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THE NEWS AND IRALD.
WIN N&JORO, S. C.
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TUESDAY. Mareh 9. 1 1 1880.
J. NNAff D.Ars, IIrrOn.
dNe. MJ8.M T X OLD5. Aasocau Ent.
T1I8 IS TiH. WKK FOR IIF*CkIVIN0
positive announce.nents that Sammy
Tilden% will certaltily bo a candidat hI'
befwor tie Cintiliatl Convntion. I
T11,Atuews alid Courier rightly o
holds Ilat thore eo crtainl crilm h
icIllelh the law (loon not reIlich, anld (hait
when01 at beasIt 11n human111 1Irm1 ilight,
IOd-han111ded in Ohe per1-per aI'lltio (to at
ialneles" outrage, Rhe 8, ould be strilig
to the nearest, 11111). Tie ollice Is
V,srrlble, anei thelpIshI111inet ShkOuld11not
bo les Iragle.
Tim, NtW YORK 811 OVU reOvOst a Very
tolehing War mtor'y of how at dilugi
ter ofruovernior Packens was mortally
wounlded by a mihell dlIring her mar- 1
riIngo cerelionly willt a young ofileer
iI Charles(on. The only thinig to m1r e
the pathos anld h1retorol o' Ole ilcldeit
is tialt not at Word o It I triue. ThIs
does Iollano e110 away iI (1he bright.
light of trultth1.
The rIr11oad Iunninig n'omn Cherawy
to Wadeshoro, North Carollina, Imven
ty-six milus, will be completed the
611tire distance in a Fow days. Thlic
Opeins a route ilom the North to
Charlestmo, by way of the Northeast.
ern Itallroad. Tie work 11im beie
Progressing Itiletly bu surely, anld
now anlodher important link is m ade 0
it ourt 111 ritlods. The .vs al u
('ouriOr Iesjusliled, AlsO, l Fill' gI
tht a iilber of capfIialsts are prpar
i g to restirrect. (1he Sout Cmllo;ina
Ititimiroal, Ra buld the11 l1tie lidg
11ond tit 11s to eutaih anl unlbroken'll
line between Ciarlesonl fad I ie West.
This is good Imws.
hs sitovk of (tie Chariotte, colum- it
bia and Atigusta ltallroad( omlpajjny !s 1
low sCliitg it thtlety-sevent dollars a
share, with a p)rosptect of'sill titrt her
rime. is is gooti iiews for the
mlinloritI stotkholderA Ito have seesl
their Investment sink to nothing. and
ft. sh1ows What we have 1Ialw s said,
that with te prospe. of ialving 3 the
RoadI-ti ru liberally tie prol'ery wits
bound to lppeviate.
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Slaying the states.
The Uniled Slates Supremic Coutrt
hat; just, dei'de a batch of polithcal
Cases, and strikes it heavy blow at tie
rigits of Stateq. It-deles that while
the mllere thilure to plut at colored manik31
onl thejury ink at ilndividual iisice, ti
is 13o causve for- gIraliig a evlored nmn
a iew trial, st111, It' the exvItsionl is
systemtie, either by State Iaw, as In
West. Vir-ginia, or by net of pat-ies
drawing tile renire, ats inl Vir'gilnia, it
i, a violation of the fourteenth amend
-mont. it. ailso holds that. ai colored
man11 enn3 bet tried1 in the 'ulIted Stat, a
Court 1n mtakling atlklavit thait hio be
liev'es he will n1ot 1have justie int the
state Coturt, anid it (t'rther0 deelde4s ~
tha14t ere at rteenu fle13lleal mkes (
4)ath1 thatt the otitee cottiitted by
ane..e of is duties0 as8 such, hte mayi be P
r'emtoved tV'omi the Statte Couts,'
though 4the otl'biee ite aginst tihe State it
lawvs. These die..isionts heav'e the- State
Courtts thte merel' appana1tage of' the Fed- n1
(lt' Judiciary, ovetrtide Statte laws, I'
and3( juetty geneorally knock theotom001
out o1f States' r'ighits. We are get4tg 9j
01n pre'tty we'll towartds an3 emlpire.
"Ye Cannot Servo Two Masters.,, (
iiThe earts of' thle listenitg pulic antd b
the eyes of' the r'eadig pici haver
ihr' s0om1 timne beeni regaled wi'th~ ar'gu- si
11uents by the apostles of 4the Green0I- a
bac1k part'y-the stew "hleav'en bor'n" n
parIty thtat is to) smash81 thte ol ma- 1
chine3s into. smilleitheen, anid to imak"
everybody happtjy a111d eveirybody richt.
We haive att itierenot 4times beent re
prloved for' tring a deatf ear to. the'
chtatimer. chtarmt he neover so wisch.. hi
and.. esp)eially wiith dointg i1stiustice to I"
aI tl'mitd and3( humbitug of' the dirst waltr.
4As hlng as$ tRhe Greenback shleep were0 4t
all in 011e tohl, under 031e sheophlen, e'
we htsd lIttle dihileultyin mar1131king (
themtl out3 and. inl watchintg the0 paiths ~
they were mallkinlg towairds greent j.
pastuires. Wle thughtt thtat by carefuil V
obervatin we had la'ived at suchl at i
l)oint of e xperineoss as to idettity themtt
all by thie strawberrsy mtark or' some1
othecr sucht symtbol. Blut it seems1 that1
we are miistaken. Tlhte eventts of the
past week have east a great doubt on
ottr mind as to whtat Casar we shalli
ouder tribute to in the comlintg mi1- p
lonnium. Theo telegraph informsIl1 us n'
that int St. Louis1, 1n Thtursday, the ~
4th of March, there was heldi a cotn
Ventlti 044the "Naltionai Uniotn Green-t
baIck Labor' Par'ty"-othterwise knownt i
as the lIrlek 'oatneroy fhet ion. Dole- ..
gates were prieent irotm twenty-two 1
SWtes-8othi Carolina not beinig rep
resentted, liesohutiotts of thantks
wvere oilbred to lBrick P'omtery, Dennids
Ke,ny 11lugo Pryor, Contgressmani 1
Weaver anid othters. A mIotionl to ad. o
journi and( tunte with the "National ti
Gr'eenback Labor" onventiont int
Chicago ont the 9th of Juntie w~as tabled
by a two-thirds vote, and tho folowltng I
tioket was ntomlinated:
1or PresIdent: '
of New Ilamtpshire.
B3. J. Cu'.ut..us,
The onventlin then adjourwnedy re- '
Ateing to have anytigg to do with the,
SNational Greenback La1?r Conen.
tion, andi doolaring Its PurPose to run
4 its cantdidates separate ad inadepend.
lit of all other I)artiCeS. Their cain
>a111in 14on1g Is to bo the ftio old hymn,
ImIlay not., mlty not, Olt, imamer Itraw near.''
Who the uischliof Mr. Difllay and
Ir. Chambors inity bo,.nobody knows
lid wo premumne Very few care-. Whalt
m want. to know, however, is whieth
r It IN the "Natlonal Greeilk Labor
ity" or the Natiomi Union Urnon
ack Lubor Party, flhat Is to take the
at. of Mose ~ Ivi ilig I plo 1opilc
ut of tin land of Egypt andit the I 1ouse~
I Iloinlage, or, whether wo amre to
ave at kind of Slaiinese TwIlAi Mose.
'here atoillot be 1wo Prel;cidnts it. oneo
llt ori at 4lst two mt at the samt1e
111. 1U1nlder whoso banunei shall tho
1reminack convert onroll himn;elf?'
hall It, be i der fit at of Mr. 1)illay,
mitt nkni mkiown, or tho antionymosttio;
I-011, unknilownt 11tha 1s to bo prodtnemd
1 C110ago lin Juutie? How Canl people
'lve tho Dieiocratic or the lepubli
imu parly to join tho Orootibackers,
lien these thimselvesi ire divided
ito Iwo IhMiostil ciuipis aid1 dnounce
itch other? IN llrick Poneroy the
and, or IN it thi other rellow ?
''hlm inducllemiet to join the Green
liek party has been imth it I1s going to
weep the etiro couniitry. Now,
oth litols cautiot swoop it at the
111110 1ine. They would only cut
110h otfher's fitits. So whit. use Is
livro to leave either of the old plarties
SJoini a t iw oln (hat splits in Iallf
etort It ftirly inakes a be-ginninig?
4loid lnot (Ihis 0XI4t0nce of two fae
1oas. w hon on1e had not. a ghost. of a
hatice bttore, coivince ovory oneo Of
hie rolly of tyllig onl to an orgaiizat.lon
fthis kind? It. is a dtvivo of the
tienty. Anid It will be foinl thatt
ther lrick Poiiieroy's fhitIon oll tle
ther ole is Sveretily Workitig in behalt'
f (lhe Himpblicanl party--he party
hat broullght. 11111utmu1bered woes uponl
lit' Soith. Brick Pomneroy Says (lie
ther wing Is a friand, and the other
vinig says Blrivik's crowd are frauds.
nd whaiitiare people to beloeve? As
outh Carolinlia wias lot represen ited In
t. Louim, wve presuinlthe the South1 Caro
i Greenbackers belong to the Na
itwinll (Ireetiback Labor Part y and not
) the National Union Greenback
llbor Pairt-tv, andil that they will not
issent 11 tley formletrly did roi our.
pinilol (hat lrick Pomieroy, however
atr-iti hit allity have beeniIn times
list, ik now noting buit a -rauid amnd
i ileiuls on anly paily that h' may
hoost, (4 ally himself wIth
Whet it ig showii to uts how two
eenbiaek partivs ean sweep tile coui
r In oppositionl to each other, aid to
WoIh the Riepublican anld Demociraitic
arties, we will colisider (he proposi
oll to Join tinle or both Wings. We
elit've this latetst phaso of the ques
on will openl the eyes of aill who live
vvin deceived by spleciouls urg'-inents
nd fair w eords.
heetii'Masn with oraizedntiie
-- i' n tias it ihursd be ngt,ett DrtF
.tiGary ne'ling a stiigrs ot' the ac
rand tiogeaei of llte State.igtli l
-'lTh te yagrs arei oi i n 10 fori~t
LunnSl' o gi. aniidte he atmos-'
heroe melsiankwit its p'uertt.
----A ntwi ept t't isi'i (li be eXreia
01tlt'ges.Th t lie, ofth plac
-olir thre years ithata newol Ious tis
.'tllssarye' to aciontnodate the theaviy
vits o t'toihi et oad. COit'yt
-'everas~ l four mieat ree-g
'eiid complin and ictifrg the
hotst ChamberI io tommeceo,
Is~it hat et uigth eateiclaxsurs ion
I'll thetO tst tn the th.t las h
~--Tree tetart oads ofndrd rondhav
en shipedt fom Othis place tolthe
usllin milsd dur the larst e, andh
roefvt a enugh et' any te countreafo
ar t iai oriuiry. Ther buver iaver
ien .busy alltS8t' the tie reeiving,ti
eighAn elasstion and at.hiig th
n- lat iSatdvde nto etri wh lses,
roughad astoli anathilas is an
trunl ratedtistnisecondcs. The
tveragoi picei pa(id bibtit market iis
ivet. -tiecs oer hundred1b pouds
-As rad ofbeoe hlunet dwltar
as bheeinoord foth arreist,o wth
rof8 tonie,o n ero eef
T nttig ore' mn Ther wayc' in
Ig tihe crishstis nithe bG reenitl and
-- thn leton w'astheld amteiliams
m lat eigtuy to deerinewhth
-Tet that t hiprshoul voe wnt y
osandI d(latote A tts antia Bai
raitiono was vted byi aboruyt iOltiti ma
rit y.rhis roadcui wvidernc by tha the
eat abnd Abiile on onineti with
05 Gn Aivenw o and stal Road at
Andersit~IiWli )o.o eetin
i-Iny tgeer: iiThe towscri otion
rltedadtw irisseres ae by atg ir
-e ofnh town connic sqare,untdto
-The factd thatrpai theanw on e-e
sitt fn liendsncationatle Bank
ar(ly one hundreadil anrythousand
an or audance ofmoneying tis co
-here isno a co acaoidng a dwlig
couse iilAneron Thd coeloresii-.
.ery toemn the town i iarvs cu
il edadt neew oneiis arebng tem
ie n h piiubcsqe askn d'nd are
nd in advae. o opein
tatt fortheetic astonf athea con
Iie work Apon heudis plr I.o
remsn a orr weon, ya nas
actoy annr pThetl wounded citi
'hot om ah pton and vnthae haalo
lake neceiasalred. mn hm
kiedvea nwhoutneha afdbo the ea
mir esHeP palae, Tir. .an s
obtinomr plto n the handtsid oe
>f the Catawba- to bena used ..oistc
the road thonco to the town of Laicas
-Advetrier: Upon 4ut10oillng a
half hundred 11her1I on Alond1tv last
we fonild that all of themu Were buying
conlsiderably 1n1re guano tla ever be
lore, and that thIofr neighbors 1 were
doing likewise. It is sald that the fer
(Ilizer companies of Charleston aro re
fusig to itke oil any mnore orders at
pIe(Ielit, Us the dtiean1td Cannot bo sip
-Jlntor: Thle (iellig-iouso,
Imloke-hotiso and corn-crib of Mr.
Ar(tut Still, I )oai Towmhip, were
nltirely destroyed by Ilre onio night
last. week. Tho co r--erib and mt k
hIoul.0 were robbed IId then set on 11 -.,
tho flames cotniuuieating with tho
dhelling, fi-om wilich very little was
- Adrerlier,: We saw four bales of
cotton yosterdav that wero brought to
market I)v Mr. liows Abererombie, Of
ilubblown, haviiig been raised in 1875
and heih Woli year to year III hope.q of
1)etr priem. III Weights the bIales
had11 shIrunk11 76 or 80 pounlds each since
Ilrst. picked, atid though it. was original
ly first-class 1ottoil it sold t'or l0 (e)nlts,
prime cotton now being worth 12.j.
-Journal: There was only o
death ill Colden during the llonthll of
F0ebruary, anld-thalt was at tramil who
had imbibed to freely of the 1Ightling
wliskeyi dealt out in somke of I.th bars.
-It Im fiss8erted tihat one bar-roon inl
CImludent, s4ince tie first of November,
has sold thirty barrels of whiskey. At
-10 gallons to the blarrel, this one bar
has sold 1,20) gallons. Multiply this
by the nunber of bar-rooms (12) in,
towil, amd Wo have thle elloriou
atounit o 1.1,i00 gallonsof whiskey
sold here in tour montlis. This does
not. incelude what is sold by the whole
--'Tlie guallo blisilless is of trllieml
dotis dhnIons his year. One dealer
in Cainden says he sold 175 tons in a
singlo day receltlIy.
-(afrelle: )urlng the past, mllonlth
there were isued a(t tile C, 1mden post
otlice 320 mney orders, amIoulntilg to
$5,70s,25, the tees on which were $45.
-Led'ger: 'lhe acreage that. will be
plated in% cottol by oiur firIm'ers will
ie C01.Siderably more than it was ast
-A 111mbher of our llerchillants anld
huiss t en have received invitations
to visit Charlotte tiloll the 1st to the
I.Nt ist., and have beenl ffirilished
wit i free passes tVom Chester to Char
-Dulr-ing the two moiths of Janu
ary aiid Februillry the postotlice,at this
pliae issued 132 money% orders, aggr-e
yat iug t he sum of $6,877.8-1. anld dur
III; tihe smilne period only $3H.3 wias
paid out upon orders iSSUed oi this
-Iferald: The large cdwelling
hise, on mr. i.. nl. Dominick's rib
ble plaIce was buriled do1wn Tlesda%y,
2-1th tillimo. It was ocenpied hv thrl-e
famlilies of negrovs, wh.Io lost 'neariy
everytiig the had. A negro womilail
is suspected ot havi'g set it. oi tire.
-A corn erib belonging to Edmund
Satterwhiite, colored, n Mr. W. .,
Waldrop's pleet, wiaus burnled Wedn1eS
daiv night, witih oui(t iteen bushels
of 'or'n anId s01110 other small11 ariticles.
-S$parlan: Last Sunday night
sever'al l'ounhg ment v isited the shianty
Iin whielt some1 sectionl hiands of th'e
Spartanbm111g and11 Ashev ille Rload -,vere
sta.vmlg ait iLandru's'. They0 eniticed
olly' beat1 anld br'uised one0 (t the0 hands.
llis condcitionl is tr'uly pitiable. It is
sa11d that these0 same1 young r'owAdies
t'requlently' dis8turb the pe~ople of thlat
conninunity' at nlight.
--lcI'eald: TVhe ne0w Opera 1I0ouse
is raidly' a1proachinlg coIuleltion1,
andc we iearnl that1 aplplientions have
heeln received from several parties o1
teing big plrices for the tirst nlight.
-Kinlgstree Slar: Trial Justice
Iilutsoni, ait G rlaam's Cross-roads, hald
a younig color'ed womlan, alppalrenltly
not mlore than11 nlineteen years of age,
conniIt ted to jail last Saiturhdaty on1 the
chlarge of inf'anticide, to await the ac
tion of' the grand jury.
Enaquirer: Messrs. W. A. Moore,
W. P. Good, J. B. Lindsav anld J1. 1).
Coicock, pr'opritor01s of the1 l)'propet
known~ as tile Westmoereland Barv tes
mlineO, situae 1)11six teeni miles no'thi
west of towni, anld about six miles0
tV'omi Black's Station, on the Air Line
Riailroad, have leased tihe pr'oper'ty for
a tern) of years to Mr'. John S. Mor'ris,
of' Lynchlbureg, Vai., a pi'actic.al miner.
lie wiilIllmmenlce milling tile mineral
about thle 15thl inst.
-Rock 11111JHer'al: A meeting was
held on Saturday for the purpose of
hrlgamzm.iIg a1 comlpany) to build a cot
tonl fi)etory at tis place. Twenty
eight thlousauld dollars was subscribed
-First mortgage bonds of the Ches
ter anld Chleraw Ra'ilroad Company areO
no0w at par. This is tile resulIt of the
good mhanagement of1its presIdent and
LIFEi Is A PLE~AsUR.-Only when
we are Inl tihe enjoymenCt of all our
faculties anld in perf'ect health. This
canil on1ly be whlen all tile fiportanlt
organs of the boiy are performing
their Amections properly. Tile liver
is more liable to get 0out of order than
any othier oi'g n, and pr'oduces mlore
unpleasant effeets. A dose of Dr.
Glilduer'sIl CLe P11ls occasionally, will
keep it all right, or set it rigit if it
has gone wronig. Sold by' all drug
gists. For sale by D)r. W. E. Aiken.*
-The bridegroom was not present at
the time ap loited for a wedding at
IHarmlony, a. Th biride, who knew
his bashhilness, said his courage had
Probably failed him. Somebody sug
gested that a horn be blown'to call
him, andt this was done. A responsive
whoop was heard from the woods near
by, but1 the~ young mlan did not appear1
until a scouting party brought him In
by force. It was not unltil 11e becameO
fearfnil of losing the girl~, whose
patienIce gave way to au ', that he
mustered courage to faco eremio
-The boy who will shiver and shako
and nearly freze to death If he has to
shov-el in a half-ton of coal or do an
errand fur his mother will stand half
a da ona the-iee, looking at the cutters,
IwIt nomorediscomtr thua polar
I -Pay yor-bernln
SOUTHERN RAIL WrA Yf.
What Northern Trunk Line May Expect
Froin the Itecont Combniatione.
New York Comnereal n1uItin.
'I'h New York trunk railway lines
ere long1 will have to face more or less
Competition for Wes(eln and South
Westurn trade with other railway
routes of more or 1088 iMportacee
further South, which are tle outcomlie
ofrrecem combinationis. The competi
tion at the start my not be verv for
midable, but If tile South Athantie
porill clin provide themiiselves With
adequate ocean stetlimship facilities, it
is by io mentis improbable that in the
course er tliiu it. will t::ake an iimport
int. impression upont the Northerii rail
Of course, in calcvulations of this
kind mutli dopeids u >n the amount
of etapital tht. niat lei thrown into
these 110w enlterprises, anld clith
upon the htellgenice and daring thalt
aire reiuisile to iake itt eapitul tell
tW the most advaintage. At present
0110's iforatitaon lin regard to both
these pollints Is nitlf her 1 full nor So
detinite ats to onablo oneo to aurrivo ait a
slit .41actory judgiiietal fin the Iretmiises.
'rthe Tenneseve anld G"eorgriat journas10,
it is tie, are beginninig to H'peak of
their railroad "kings'' ist ats we do
att the North; and, crediting what they
have to say of the presenlt - aind pros
pective coimbiniat-ioiis of thes(3 gentle
j nei, It might be Huspecte'd that a new
r(oi of Vailderbilts and 6oulds and
Scotts ire Ili course of slccessful die
velopment in that quarter. Thero is
imlore or less extuberanIce in wh'liat is
written on the subject by the Loulis
Ville, A lt Iai(n, Sn a'aiuilind Chirles
toijouril,ils; yet it Is worth while to
try aind Ace Whit it till amn1ounts to.
'ile recent acquisition by the Louls
ville aid Nashville Compimv of lite
Gleorgia anld Ge' orgia Colntral itysteml,
ilong with various and previous pur
chalses, leases ianid Colmbinaittions, it is
asserted, Is the last, link that is neces
sary- to bring the Southi forward ats ia
compvtitor witi the Norivtrhie trunk
liies for W1restern11 anld E111ropeanl tralde.
It is althoritiatively asserteml tat this
('01mpanly, underl its niewarngmns
expets to conlrol the firaisporItion
iiterests of the South, at the'saime timte
that It will div'ert- I tirge porion of
the businless of the West. and Sonth
west which alit preseit. fitds its w1y to
iCastern seaports th rouigh St. Lolis
anid Chlicgo. It. is designed to iiiake
Savanna11t11h the seaport. for tle new
trunk line; it which end we are told
at lie of oceniti sviteiers is to be forth
with sc e'ired, by which means, unider
a syst vin of siit stpervisionl, wise
economy11%, ind a railwa systei not
deluged with Witered* soc(k, lower
through rates to 111rope will be o1'er
ed tlanii tihe Nor hern lines Caln possi
bly tfford. Ani Englolishl companly
stands; ready to furnish4 the Ve'ssel.
With tle co-opleraltion of the so-called
cross lines, tle pr.o.jectors of the South
ein ri'uk have io doubt that in due
titue they will be able to till) tihe grail
an11d provisioni trude, and inl this wayN.
Lollisville, Nashville, Atlanfa, Savali
nali and Cuirleston lre to be built. lp
at. the expense of St. Louis anid
Direct trade with Europe has long
been the dreian of ambitions SoutherEn
statesmen, with rel' anth1vlinl- bit
political capital to back the'm; aid in
order to retlize that dream ini past
years thqY did not. scruple from time
to tie tki fcmIit themselvts to ny
visionary projects, the result of' whieli,
as might. have been1 tforeseen, was
niothing but. disappoiintmeint. TVhe
lapse of time, aiid hard experience,
possily hiivte su perseded t hese dmreamns
ndw wtith aspirationis of' a moi'e praicti
calechar'acter'; and as these app)ieari to
me'an business and not politics, there
is iio reason why they should1( not meet
at least with a measuirable dIegr'ee of'
success5. If' it butt eiiable t hat par't of'
lie country to catch something of' the
live business spir'it which hias done
aiid is still doling so much to develop
the wonderfuli resources of' the West
and Nor'thwest during the pas decade,
it wd'il bie a national, not a sectional
advantage: aind in so far' one miay'
heart ily wish fliat it may realize th'e
uitmuost that is expected 'from it. As
to the dhiveri'Son of trade from Chicago,
St. Louis and ofther points, the point is
searicely woirthI considering. These
ettes must necept the new condition
aind seek to adapt themselves to it as
best they can.
All parts of the country have an
interest in the r'estor'ation of' Southern
p)rosperity'; and if' these new r'ailway'
comibinat ions are destined to be, as it
is to be hiopedi they will be, an effect
ive agency to that end, the result in
deed mayi~ be0 to change the channels of
tr'ade at paricular places:8 but wtho
wtill say that tirade itself' will not bie
imimensely enhanced, or' lt.t ltimtate.
ly the whole country~ will not get tbe
benefit of it?
-"You pr'omiised to pay flint bill
yesteirday," said an angry cr'editor' to a
debtor. "Yes," calmily replied the
other', "bunt to err is human, to forget
divine; and I forgot it."
IHEjan 0N E '0VI 800-' SE
Layes, Cfrgnen, Phsttas
Editors., Banrkes, 2Wys hern
and all wh redbos
* Iokis more looks ia los space than any, othea
device-Xotates at, a flu vr'sc tou.h-Shelves ad
justable atheilgifa1-)i--'wh shelf Is IBonhol
square, hohling a set of Appleons Cyc)op,la
31ade of lron, i aunot warp or wear ouLt.ultl
f.ully omamentied, makhiug a handenome and nlote
Piece oft funture. Slt'es for table bold 1 or
uers ofhnoks wizesfo doorhold A r 4 tirso
books, as de,dted. E..-nd for de,sriptive pueo list
Sendt *tcetiatoroor Nuw IursTRAvan CarAtoors
tt'h ove'r 3 0 lilcstrations of Educational an.
BARR, PR ATt' & CO,,
8eh.oo Paratshegu, and Dlealera Ia eerrtblag Ia thb
thook and Stattenery lIsn',
.lMoQuaiuRs FOR AU. SCHOO0L SUPPUES,
14,& 1*8 CIrnd st,..Nw Yaras
IN 260TS. AND $1 BOTTLES4
Its properties are Demuloent, Nutri
Uve Dalamic,_Soothing andHeiling.
.bombining_an those qualitiest it in the
most effective LUNG BAX A ever
offered to nudtrers ""fr p onary
DR. J. F. HAYWOOD,
of Now York, voluntarily indorses it. q
-READ WHAT HE SAYS:
Dr. T'l'T: New o'k. opLI 19.18Im.
%ear 1i-During this y!:r1v'. edn eu hundred
cases of lung J msess. Iu the 14wer w -rda of the
Wiy the OlatoIvor* of a very *@Vol 0 tjEpe. It Was
there ally tAStentivu W:'GQvJledtoTutt*sKxpectorank,
and I conlesoy surprise at ita wond.riul power.
Durig a practice oa twenty years. I h&ve never
kngown a inesdicine to at as proniptiy and with auch
htmppy offtot s. Iti neWatly subdued t'fe tuost violept
Steel coushing. ad invariably cured the diseaoe irk
afew da-,. I cheerflly indorse it as the best lung
medicint? I aver used.
J. FRANO1 IKAYWOOD, I. ID.
A NEWSPAPER PUB. WRITES.
ope s'vV,nj News. Agusta oa.
Dr. TUTT: DirthI by Itp so w was attacke
wth pneugoni last, winter Noht eft, hn with a
lent cough that lasted thl- thia a mouth ince,
for &nuo cure. o)Which I am Indebted toyour valuable
Zxpectarant. I ha tried an"s everr thin rftomn.
mended, but none did any1 untli I UAe0your B.
pectorat one botte of ich removed h couga
opiuely. With many thanks, I yaour h
Had terrible N1QHTrwEATs.
Memphis. Feb., 111 1571.
r.tua Sir-I have been suffering for nearly two
Fears with a vere cougli. When I commence a
ong our Tpectornt was r9dft to one hindre
lad'lateen pounds In weiht Ii tried almoset
eythlg h ad terrible ni ght swea have rpeav
half dozen ttles. The night sweats have left me,
the cough has disappeared. and I hate ained fintee
pounds a lelt 1 roounin 4jit toInries"d
coug h glnsrkife;ea sy bepc.0A Reath
ecador, have you caught a cold ? Are you un.
able to raise the phlovgin? iav you an rrn.
En nuthxo throat? A sense of oppres~inon
the I i tge, wih -esiort breath? Do you have a
oil lying down ? A sharp~I
now and then In th region of the heart, shol.
GdesandGack? If a, our Advite 11ai-sti
onc a oso o(Tutt's Expectorant; yon evl soon
Og o ai ToM plgu . In a a hour repeat
the lCipectoratit, pliace a hot Iron to the feet,take
two of Tutt's T'lls. YcP wil L suun faL I"nto a
OURE411i sltPep alid wakD Ein thEmorn.
cotagh gone, lung& workinig_fiv-ly; easy breath.
ii., aidi bowes moinIn nturlinanor.
To prevenat a return of thesec symptomsg usie th
lacjjct5rAmmit several days.
Offloo, 35 Murray Street, N. Y.
CURE FEVERt AND AtAUE.
CUR E DLmKOWS OILAT
]PURFr TIRE BLOOD.
TUTT'S HAIR HYE
LAY HIIAI OR WR usqac.ohanged to a (ILO"Tw
.PLYOi a sa p ication of this DTIt ti.
parts a Natural tlor, ets Ins seous an is
As Ilarnmless as spring water. odby D e,W
sent by express on receipt of 01.
Office. 35 Murray St., New York,
Pianos and Organs
LIKE EVERYTHING ELSE.
A WORD TO THE WISE.
The prevailing boom has struck
tho Piato and Organ trade. All
creation and their relatives aire buy
inig instruments this year. Anmerica's
countless factories can't half supply
the demand. Manufacturers have
to day unfilled orders enough to
keep them busy for the next six
months. Material and labor cost
twenty five to fifty per cent more
than a few months since. Manufac
turers have raised prices and must
continue to advance. The lowv prices
of the past won't come again for
As yet wve still sell at old prices,
but we MUST ADVANCE SOON.
Give us your order NOW, for deliv
ery of instruments at once or within
THREE MONTHS, and we will
guarantee OLD PRICES, even if the
advance conmes. To do this we must
have immediate orders SO THA T
WE CA N CONTRACT AHEAD.
Don't hesitate. Don't delay. We
state the case precisely as it is.
Prices will advance VERY SOON
and LARGELY, and those,.who wait
will pay for ths privilege. Take our
business advice and
Ord.er at Once I
LUJDDEN & ,BATES'
Wholesale Piano and Organ Dealers,
'BUY THE BEST!I
LADIES,' Mieses' and Infants' n
Shoes, made by Ziegler Brothers, of
Philadelphia. Celebrated "Standard
S'orewed" Shoes, made by the Bay
State Shoe and Leaither Co., spe.
elailies at the Corner Store,
J. 3. BEATY & 00.
W E hays now open, and will sell as low as any reliable house- in town
our second supply of Fall and Winter Goods.
1 case Fruit of the Loom Long Cloth..
25 pieces other brands of Long Cloth.
1 case Bessbrook Jeans.
pieces assorted Jeans and Cassimores.
pieces new style Prints.
Dress Goods, Alpacas, Mohairs, Cashmeros.
Blankets, white and colored, Flannels, Linsays, Ginghams, Bron
Homespuns, Plaid Homespuns, Drillings, Osnaburgs, Bed Ticking, Hick
ory Shirting, Cotton Flannels.
Comforts, Shawls, Cloaks, Boulevard Skirts.
A full supply of white and colored Dress Shirts, Undershirts and
Drawers, Bleached, Brown and Colored Half Hose.
Clothing and Hats.
Overcoats I Overcoats ! I Overcoats I I I
For the ladies we have a nice stock of Undervests, Hosiery, Gloves,
Ruffling, Collars and Cuffs, Edgings ank Insertions, Ribbons, &c.
The "Pinafore," "Juna," "Pride" and "Beatrice" Corsets.
White Goods, such as Nainsooks, Jaconets, Cambrics and Lawns.
For house.keepers, we bavo a full line of Table Damask, Doylies,
Towels, Bleached and Brown Sheetings.
Notions in great variety.
Ladies' Misses' and Children's Shoes.
Men's, Youths' .nd Boys' Boots and Shoes.
Trunks, Valises, Sataohels, and Umbrellas.
In our Grocery Department can be found everything needful at low
We cordially invite an inspection of our stoek, feeling assured that we
n please. F. ELDER & CO.
UNTIL YOU H.. RA E
Seen my stock of furniture, which is one of the arget, handsomest
newest, and cheapest, according to quality, to be found in Winnsboro. A
new supply. of Chromos, Picture Frames, Wall Pockets, Brackets, Window
Shades, Mirrors, &p. Purniture neatly repaired at moderate prices.
Lumber and Laths for sale. I am agent for a Door, Sash and Bliw
Factory. All order promptly attended to. Also, agent for the WhelE
Wilson New Improved Sewing Machine, and two others.
oct 18 R. W. PHILLIPS.
THE ELEPHANT HAS COME,
-WITH A FRESH STOCK OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
WINNSBORO DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, AND MILLINERY
We take pleasure in announcing to our friends and the public generally
that we are now opening the finest and most complete assortment of Fall
and Winttr Goods, including Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, all the latest
styles of Millinery, Ladie' Dress Goods, Fancy Goods and Trimmings
GROCEIES, CONFECTIONERIES, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING,
CROCKERY, TIN and WOODENWARE, LUMBEB, ETC., 0
which will be offered at very low prices; as we are determined to sell heap
er than the cheapest, and cordially invite all to call and see for.themselves
I am also agent for the well-known DAVIS, WEED and AMERIWAN
SEWING MACHINES. J. 0. ) OAG.
RARE OPPORTUNITY 1
WILL offer offer my entire stock for the next fifteen days, as you will
see by my price,list, at quotations worth attention.
Five Handsome Cloaks at $8.00 and $4.00-former price $5.00 and $6.00.
Ten Pairs Ribbon-Bound Blankets $1.90-former prico $2,50.
Fifteen Overcoats at $2 50-former prico $4.50
Twent.-five Pieces Red and White Flannels at and below cost.
Big Drive in Cassimeros, Jeans &c.
One hundred pieces Dark Calico at 7, 7j and 8 ets.
Domestic Goods at a small margin above factory prices.
Good Chocked Homespun at 10 cents-old price-no advance.
NOTIONS I NOTIONS I I OTIONS I I I
Coats' Spool Cotton 55 cents per dozen.
Got d Spool Cotton 85 and 40 cents per do
Eagle and Phonix Ball Thread 20 to the I at 87J cente
A good Corset at 40 cents-former price . nts.
Look at our Men's Undorshirts at 2 cnts,
Sterling Soap at 85 cents per dozen,
A great variety of Buttons, Gloves Handk &c.
Pifty untrimmed Felt Hats to olbee out a cnts, worth 50 and 75 CtS
Also an odd lot of Trimmed H ts at 40 p $1.0
We lead the van also in Glass and Crook
Look at my Glass and Preserve Dishes at it,o'h25cnsery
Twentv..ive dozen Goblets at 50O, (30, an&d et erdzn
Something very desirable in Table Sets at' 5ad$.0-l rc
90, .1 00 and $1.25.
Crocker in great variety at prices beyond oiJn
A lot of L ps just arrived, varying fromt oetignc
at 60 and 75 ents and a spec1at $2.0 v1,yher,
Three cases of Tinware just arrived, whi benoghfrblwIt
Something handsome in Chamber Setts ,pa,.a*.0
Compare prioee carefully before p
3~I wll 1y Il.raly fo sohcclnts,1, wp rthd 50 an t7 e et.
fomr rc $.0