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THE NEWS AND HERALD.
WINNISORO, a. C,
THU1tSD,Y. blardh s. : l ogo
It. M7..4N 1 D AVIS, ftita.
a0. A. ftA?YXoLP8. AsocMIAM IRtOR.
TnE 3E.Ai!Folm, .'u's says that the
p loihatq huilhies Is iiprovllng, and
the mines are inlerensing their yield.
Ex-AvrotrnNv OCNE1A L 8an1 W.
ilayNe died 1-eccnitly in CharIlesitoi at
'the age of seventy-one years. General
I lyne was a noble type of Caroliniian,
aid although ihe had reached the
allotted litit his death will be geier
W. I1. VANDEInIIT IS SAID TO 1I1
the mysterioits person Who will de
fray the expenses of bringing the
Eiryptianl Obelisk to New Yo-k, while
P1'irre Lorillard, another- millionaire,
pol)po.q(s to the Fiench goveriniment to
I'aise it joilt expeditoin to gain in
formatiotn about the pire-historic races
of, Mexico. Good for the millionaires.
DF-Nms KI-AitNEY HAS COME TO
grief. lie was arrested onl a charge
of I wetting a riot, and taken before the
1,olien judge of Sa4n Frneifso. On
Tuesday morniim lie Was sentenced to
pay a tine of olne thousaid dollars and
to be imprioned for six montil in the
houme of corectionl. The severitv of
ith sentenTe Wis a Poiplete surprise
to Reariev. who had expected to get
oil' with a ;ionilil punishineiit. It is
probable that lie will take the ease to
the Supreme Coulet.
Ti'-: Tim sTIt Led(ger, while pay
itur Tn. NFews AND HERALI ia Compli
fleitnt Cor wlich it is pirobilidly grate
futl. remarks lint ."Tine N.ws AND
.lJiALD lifs riot yet anoitticed its
ielieee Ar governolr. ol-" Tu Ni.ws
^% I i.i, supposing ilti. the.
1Omimatioln would not be made until
the fa1l. saw no reOon in "plugging
Its m1eh1ln" pireftulrely. If Brother.
Carter has rad the editorials of'
Tin. NJEwS ADx TIEALD, how-ever, h
las seen who is not the pr-eflerecee ot
Tri.: Nr.:s ANJ. 11Et .:na.r
The State Convention.
As before annoiunced, tie State Conl
I entionl hIts beenl called to meet. inl Co
lumbaii onl the first ot Julne. The first
dluty is to send dlegates to the Na
l iol;:t DemoeratC Convention, and
we had thoug't. this would be the
ouly bines. lilt te comimit.tee lias
r'es*olvvd to o!dr' tho ioninuatiol also
of' .Stte t i-rs at tile iie tte. We
do not. utlerstaniid the reason of thius
prei ptatiig the lomiination of a
Statu tiket. Doubtless econlotl was
the controlling lmotive. Whether tlis
Is a wise movQ we. are unable at pre.s
Cu.1t ts) Say, but it Seemns to be unneces
sarily soonl. Publio opinion ini the
State hats been waiitg until the suu
iner to c.rystaliz,e,.aind although people0
mayi lvive alreaidy miade up teir minds
* on the governtor's offilce there are other
plaIces to bo fUlled.
The objection to an ealrly n.omina
tion Is thatdit leads to ain intterm'inaible
camnpignt. Ini 187G the 15th of Au.
guist was found to he plenty carly.
We are not. disp)osedl, however, to
grupmibie, as we do not, see anty very
gr'ave objections, though we should ('Or
tainly' have pref'erred to keep Feder'al
and1( State issules ent ire ly separate.
Bly the contstituttion.i oil the Demo
c ratic p)arty, Contgressional and juidi
elial convcetis are to held in their
respective districts anrd circu'lits. These
nominrations ill not, be made, as htere
tofore, int ('ounbia. V Ihen or where
* they illh take place is not armiioiunced,
nior do we know who is to call them.
We p)resumei this will lie satisfactorily
arrianiged at the p)roper time.
Th'le Executive Commiittees of .hec
several couties ill call Counity COn)
veintlions to senud delegates to thre State
Conventioni. T wo mnoniths fo a half'
will elapre befone t be frst of Juine, so
thme counity commIele*tCs ntee n.ot be $ni
any great hurtry. Still- the Demio
era'its should begin to awake and to
look about. Thney muist send diele
gates who will- reflect their sentinents
so t:hat there cani be no excuse for
grumini g. Thte 'ont y'nominations
we presum acwiji.not be mnade until
,--Ono muay p)ossibly lbe so veryi shr'p
that lie becomes dull1, anrd so feiarfully
shrewd att a b)argai that hre succeed's
ontly ini cheatinig hilmself. A young
mant belong'itg to the Tentouji race
fell In love, or' at. leaist thought he. did.,
with ths-.daughter of' a bainker. When,
b)owever, lie seriously thought of the
subject of matimiony lie concluded
that love, thoughi very beautl t'l In its
way, nieedhs al ittle m~oniey behlid It to
make it permnannt--a conclusion to
*whl) other than Teuctoi youths
someies arrive. Hie wanted to
marry' the beautifulgirl, but lie wuant
ed also to hitve the maurriago certificate
cov( r at least a simall portion of the
01(d gentleman's substancie. A pn'opea
coum bination of affection and (mash make
a decllghtthi house. J.ie went, there
foire,.tIo the pafteri4al-parent to talk the
i.1tet ovei:, and, as though lie were
bestowilng an everlast igfavor' on the
fam,ily by' bestoing his ionceitled self,
.lhe said,."Is CQu't posbly' marry yomr
(daughiter, my j.ear sir unless she hia
- a (dowry of .lO0#40 gukden." Trho old
genitle.ian,. with gr'eat dIgnity, re
like"'i ,sit', yeni can't. rnstry lieu
itt nI,. 1.' sha hnpen -))13 to, h)ave. ti
* fQQ( 90;ling.."gn(ti,I 'lr.Ql
* * Luuoy ji A P'EgAszci.--.Only wvhe:
'4. 4110 .j..thlp. etujpylpet of' all 0111
- tlJ$(s 11nd.h ii,perfect heialth. Thih
-r~ eonly he whoen all the imlpor'tqti
thl fbnmttione lii;perly. Thme lIzei
Is 9fQ Ijabje to get Out of order that
her) oto rg4ni,.an. prod(uIces maorn
pffects. A dose -of. 1pr
~ ii F~sI rii cfmg
L u IAh ArV-ArrON ARMY
One Captain and SIX L10atenaits, all Li
d', at Cact.o GOrdI-Tite m4 s and rtai
pos or the Organizatlon.
(New York Star.)
- The "Salvation Army," a purel
En lish institution, for tfio purposo C
r Ie a n the thouunds who are no
n Twith aly . regular -- churell
made Its entre yesterday with a squa
of Seven Pema)Cles of un1ceirtain a
everv one'of whom is i otilcer. T ri
bnd1(of 0 ioneers aidItle t~It0 rm'lmy pas
sage Ie088 the sea in the steerageofth
steamhipAustra/il, and heldl tle firs
public exereises vesterdav Aft'drbobn at
Calsile G8Prdwi. 'Thy sing seeral o
their Engish1 street byIn Its which Ia
been set to popular American times
onle of th.em 11 running, "1 Way Dowl
Along the Storimys Jrdlli,I. hcil
adapted to the ietor of "Way Dowi
Upon thle suanice Uiver."1 T10foulan
well without aly .Iatte:::pt at 'iflbctt
tion, their voices ringiig ont in .eli
tone's tlint could easINly make the Wel
kin ring along the docks or in crowd
ed halls. ThI only manitt ill the partl
Is George Raillonl, who is called "Coni
llissionaire.", The women are all ofil
Cors, 0110 beilg a cap(ainl an)d the other
lientenaits. They are dressed it
dark-blue clothI 1is1retten, trlimmel
with orallge binding. Oil ,their "die
Cr". hats Is a brosd scarlet ribbon, oi
which is emblitzoned iII gold letters
"1Salvation Armv." They carry a ban
ner to be used fin all pu'>lic ServiceL
It is mllade of' red and blue cloth with I
gold sunburst in- the celiter, ovei
which in orInge Colored letters is 1.i1
pliamie title wIleli is spread over tieii
Thie history of this religious body a
narruted by VotitIssiolltire Raillonl
is that ill 1865 Rev. Willin1 Bootfi, I
dissminter rot tle Chureb of e'nlglam
a d af erw. r a a 'Melhodist, was -itn
pressed with tle necessity for adilinis
terillg to the spirituail * walts of thil
great flottlbig mias iwho at-tended n<(
church, atid lie startedi a bitud of's.rce
preachers. Ia i10878 t-he present ni
of Saivatiotn Army wvas adopted, aml(
open-air and warehonse sivics wern
uialgnrated, consisting ol' singing
pr ayvrs and exhortations. The bam
had increased itn Sopteiler, 1879, ft
122corps, 1111der tle command ot' 19.
officers using for weckly services 14
tleatres, varellouses and1111 halls, iviti
atu averige rate of 145,000 open air ati
60,000 in-door services. They preach
cd to 74,000 people every Stiiiay evu
ning and to 2,000,000. on the street!
each week. During the fourteen ear
this religious band has boeen ill 'exis
tence 267 vonverts have been madi
officers, and th e1re are now, ill (e arIIl
3,256 ready to speak out-doors in an'1
place to which thev%, may besent.
The Sa1lviatiol Arm1y1N is naintainetc
solely by basket collect iols takel il
at, the services. The van-guard' non%
here were aided over by (he 11llie So
ciety with the iinder.stliidillg t lit thej
would refun1 d thle passage0 mlonvy. Th(
income of tIe aImly last yeari flmi'al
sores was $82,700, of which $22,70(
wais a general fund and all raised b)
finted paper, giving the objiecus. of' th<
olranizaionl, states that "Tho Sativa
tionii Army," is not compose(d of wil
aid ;hioughit less ftiaties. It is not i
mIockenr r .a buirlesque-the devoteel
having borne with ltlekes4 pliitic re
proach - and reprobation. It is not i
nlew religion, t nelw sect or it 1ow
church, but inl Irmy or1ganiz'eud fo' fi
bzenetit of' the w rkiing classes, huni
dreds(11 of' whom have been saved,- froit
drunkenness and are no0w activ'ejv (n
gaged1 ill wor1king for (lhe Alaster.
The 1 miem'ber's oi'the Grandl Ariny' o
Salvation bear11 with themi cert.itleite
f'iVom thle Archblishop1j of Canterbury
Earl i Shafttesbury, tw'enity-thiree Mta yo'r
anld MagistratesI, Seventen Superin.
tenidents of Police and one bti:I.rst
and3( twenlty-nb1i0eclergymen of thtl
Church of 1Anglanid and other' denioi
nations11, who say: "' While we 1arIe nol
willing to enidorse all that theo arnm'
do, we ohieeribly tte thant they havu~
not. labored iln.vain1,.and11 that they gathl
er' conlgr'egaton tha8lit niever' aIttein
church, and we hlave seenl at mar1iket
imlprov'emienit j tbe morauls even of' th
woirst people in some11 of thte townus ii
whlichi they hauve labored."
Tihe ladies dlesire it to be diistinicthl
unider'st ood t.hat thle colors of. thelir bai
neir are' typical of'religioussa~bJects aan1
(lhat the yellow ciolor's have no ref'ei
eneeC whatever' to thie Orangemien's as
sorliationis, with whjeh thle.y have n'
afIliition.. The ladiles are stronug atn
robust andt are the perfect p)ictur'e e
soundi( health. They' aro ab)out thirt
years old. and-well, they are far' froi:
Btefore ,eav~iing Eniglandic they wrot
a lettey to James Goriloii Benn'ett, wh
thgey were led to belIeve, on accounit c
his sinigular' mnlnificence foir Irish rtO
lief, wasll the gr'eat Ainerican Georg
P.eabody(I, requesting thnit lie woul
hire a theatre for' them and attend t
their bill posting, wich lie didn't dc
T1hie first execises will be giveun I
some theatr'e on Sunday night.
A LAND WITHOUT ELOP1ozlENTs.
Eho >emenCits. 0re nIot believed in in Lal
lami I, for' i fi a tunn miaXries a miaid withi
out her' parlents' consenit th e iinalty' I
death. Wthena a young mail Ins f'orn
edl an attachmnent to a femiiale, (lie fasl
Ion Is tto appoinit their friends to meet~
to behold the young parties r'un a rac
togetheri. TIhie maliis allowed
startig thie ad(vaintage of a third 1pa1
of' the race, so that It IS impjossible, ce
cept wllinig of herself, that she coni
be over'taken. .If a maid, overruns1 hc(
suit.or (lie ma*t.ter Is enidedl; he mnu
never have her, it being pehial foi. L11
man to renew thie miotioni for niarriagi
BILt,I ithe virgini hals atll atibeCttni 'fc
hhn, though at first she ra11ns hard I
try the truIth Of' his love,, she wi
(wilthout A tlanta's goldeni balls to r4
tardl her speed) p)retend to meet son1
cnsual ties, and vohmuitarilhy halt befoi
she comes to tihe miark or end of' th
race. Thius, 11011 are compelled,
marry against their wishes, and this
the cause in thiSs poor county t.hatlma
ried people ar'e 'cher in their conlten
menOit than in aniy other lands, whei
so mnany for'ced matches make g'ine
love sud cause real ulnhappinless.
--It is said. that (lhe plot to blow 11
(lie Winiteit-Palace was discovered 1
tl)Q ijrli police, and information |i
iigg-matly details of thie..deslgna& of I
q(3lspir.ators was f'or warddt St. P
tar'sburg undter Pince Blsmai-ok's Il
sti'ujtionis by special.couiers tesn a
p'vious to the e Astrophe wthhihi
tartled (lie QVIrI.; no 3n0
that of the twoofithiaI - who had ohar'
of the palac-on6 haifbo's tot irtn
aind'the othpa:has hadAi; para$ L arictr
--if atnythlni,et t
the ashen - the.
;at4 ou .tho finger.
AN NXPOSroN o rNVI &Mr
Iomarks of -judge Mackey In ConcIO
W1h Threats Aguipqt aC9uvIet0dM4xr4W
pr Ip Chester.
. 'roin the ofkester uletio. -
' Last Satusday night After the ju*-y
had roturned # verdlct ofguilty guinlt
t Scott. 1opkins for the murder of Mr.
Jas. Stroud, and Just betre the sheriff,
left tie Court house With the prisoler
1.1 Jt1dgc Mlackey expressed himself from
s-Ttlic lelichials follows: .
"I have received several cotinuni
catins in.which it is stated that a nin
ber'otpirAns have organized In t'is.
CoulntT., for thle ' put-pose of "Ivynching"I
Suott. lopldllS, tle prisoner at the bir,
charged With nmrder. I am unwilting
to believe these stilteineits. This com
intmity has alwiay's evinced a profound
Sregard for law and order, even uindar
lthe greatest provocation, dlurbig a pe
riod whon, owing to the prostittition
ofll the .pridolinlg power, the courts
Couild fulislt 10redress For grilVe pub
lie aind privttoN wrongs. I must, there
fore, repel the charge that any consid
erable portion of ottr citizens * have en
tered into a criniinal confederacy for
- the purpose of violating the laws of
"Lvnching, is orgailzed murder.
Those Who engagei it seek to give
sanctity to crime by tile strengtHof
numbers. It is the crime of many to
punish the assumed guilt of one. It
..tinamples the majesty of the law under
tIe feet of the imob, and sibstit.utes the
iovbreatJrot'-revenge ald the clamor
of an unreasoning throng for the calm
atmosphere of tile civil courts. The
citizen who eng-ages in it thereby fiml
peaches the judcial tribullals of Ills
coulntry aItid proclaims to the world the
Itor iciapcity of the collunonlwealth
of South Carolina to firnish- adequate
*protection to the pesons and property
'.its 4itizensh.ip. - He announces by,
h tf ! 'lthat orgali.ed governlient
moving through legal forms is a fail
liro, and that society has resolved itself
int(o Its original - barbaric -olement-s, in
W-iieh all wrongs, real or assumed. are
rediressed bvbrut.t. eorc, and miht
mnaikes right. Evei r e-sol accused of
crime is proksumcd Im JaW to be inno
cent, until his guilt Is proved under
established rtiles of evidene'b. bevond a
reasonable doubt. lie is entitleti, *a a
sacri and invIolable right,.to a public
trial by, al iipartial jury, aild to meet
the witnesses against. hi face to face,
and to be ieard by counsel iI his do
tblce. III . llsertIng that defteice, he
h 1s the right to exhaust all the resourc
es of the Ii%w, and to invoke the judw
ment of the court of last resort on a
Aihal appeal against any verdict Which
lie may deem assailable uponl legal
e.raunls. The legal presumptioin of
illocence salctifles tile grave ofevery
man who dies by the hands of a mobl.
His pretetded colfessioin caiot over
throw tie presumillptiol, for the hol-r.or
of his situat.ion and tle terror excreis
ed to cntore such confession, render it
'"At sucih a ghastly spectacle, civiliza
tion shtudders througliout its ciltire
frame, and all good citizons mourn the
'!xistmnce~ In the breast ofa civilized
c'mlnitillity of a jaterit savagery that
inay be aroused .to tile collilli4oll of
shlt lppillimig crime.
It eanli.ot be.comillitted inl this cir
cuit. The colisell%vatisn of organized
society . here condemus it. Any at
telipt to (10 violenlce to the prisotter.
will recoil Oisastrously oil all wilo b
gu,e ill it, if any tihcre heo in this coma
nity who would thus dare to violate
tile, laws. The Biheriff' wll place a
I'proper guard inl -the jiIl to enIsure tl'e
.safp cumstodly of the prni.Sonler, than as a
prtcinagiit pr6mcneditated vio
lec ohis personl. Assured of the
aid oftall good citizens of this entire ji;
(diciali oircilt, I gnlaranltee thlat the safe
guard whIch t1:e law~ th.o. vs aroum dt
the risnershall itot be violated. Hie
wlbeulily proteeted bothl against ini
uryW a nid 1ilt."
THlE DEFICIEXCY 2.T
D.opte:An#iJse.m,Oer the Pay of Specl
r ASn1NGTON, March 14.--Mr.- HIg.
cock, t)ye 1tivuublcan memlber of the
sub-cominitted h'av'ing chlarge of the
DenlciencyAppropraiationl bill now be
fore the House,5 wvill, wihen) the bill is
considered uder the five-muim ite rule,
-move to amlfend( by insertilig a pIrovis
ion to pay tile special elect ion mnarshlals
empIlloyed .in Sanu 'Francisco at the
-Conlgressionial election -.last. Septelmber.
The dleticey a ppropr1iatIin, as
agreed upon01 by the Democra:le inem
bers of the Appropriation Committee,
i prlovidesi oly~ for tile pay of tile United
SStates Marshals and their -genleral
dep1utieR, amiouiting to $600,.000.' This
as thle estimate ot' the Department of
SJustice. The pay of thle special elec
tion01 mars)Itas la est lnated at $7,200.
Before tis amndtilent is reached tile
C bill avlll be dIscussed in the Cornmittee
of the Whbe, and durl'ing tile debate
Sit is understood thke .Republican mnem
h ers of tile committee, Messrs.. Baker,
Hawley, Iliscock, Cannocn anld Hub
bell~ will refer to tile recent decisiOln
of t .e United States SupIremel Court as
sulstainiIng tile position1 taken
by theJRepublicanls durning tile
extra session, andl in1 tis way to try
Sto p)rovoke a political debate. Thle
D~ieocrtic nmemibers of the committee,
especially Mr.. MJcMz'hon, wvho has
' chlarge of tile bIll, wvill contenId
0 that thlat thlere Is no law or precedent
" whIch requlires th1e mnajority -to .lmluug
an aproriaton,save as .thle.-l.e
csiesof government would seemu to
r lequire ;tihat special marshals appoint
1ed uinder tihe Electionl law arQ nIOt ne
tcessaury for the good of elections, anld
(9 thlat it'Js therefore whllyll unnecessary
- thlat tiley shIould b. appointed.
I has Its moral, happened i. 187Lt.e
Oberamerg,r'u duulng the mepresenta
e tiomn of tihe celebrated "Passioni Piay."
'0 A Gernmn soldier wvas, walkin1g.
0 through thle streets of (1he littalia village
0 weariig on hIs left breast tile . iron
Is Cross, -.A~ friend accosted himm and
~said - with -Astonis~htleOt, "Why,
t- Johann, wbgae dI'd'-on . get
~e thiat cross?" 'lhe Empei gave it
d to me," replied tile soldier proudly.
"'All h icogratulate yen ; and, pmxan
what.did you do to deserve lt,-foit hle.
P never gets that without ' earning It.?"
'"Oh," said the soldler, "it's a very.
-simple. story. . TYot see there was -f
9 hattery whichl our .reg(nemut was or
B- tered,to. talkb. . 'Jbe ofieers, all except
le .li)s'8dfWaid,it4 was Impossible. I tokd
f th Gotteigairthat it.he wvotid givo .a ni
15aLh' usandtaled( men~ I would-take''it,'
Wi and I dk1..s ~ites all, except ttbst
somehiow lIRnmareck hieard of It, anmd
afe aWieI tr;eceived this.ocross,"
9iIm putt bully,
t1 t aJhQet agem 6
The ;anmadoionj. orp Proainqnt niqlt
non4'Edt4t+-I:Makes& raudulont; 1a.
Per to t1ap ; renie Thdubatide or
CHMla.. ..' Mac.-1.T
Comini' ry11Vie startled this 'inorning
by the, pblid aindunceient that Dr.
Luther, Dik1nso1,.editor and pro
prietor of thliPlate, n? Famer
and a.prominlnent citizen of lillmond,
g for two -years plWt
m.lthe sy9tomilatle'L m-. ono IIAoR 0 d
endorseeinite of Messrs.Jetr & Dk
insoni th iroi>rletors of the 'gRdigiolg
Herald.-to Iegotiato MACts of his own
wvhich he oIired for discounlt at varil
ots banking institutions in this city or
sold to note brokers. 11e has also for
some time past. fored the eidorse
Ilent.s of ReV. 'Dr. com'j:'e B. Taylor,
Boptist mi'ssionary to t0 e, Italy
aliI Rev. Charles b. 'Taylr, -prollessoi
In Wake-'rorest College, N. C., both
of whon a:e hisbrothers-iu-law. The
faict that he was the, 4rotherl of the
Rev. Dr,--A. E. Dickinson, the Junior
member of the firm of eter & Dickin
son, and was otherwise so highly con
nected, dispelled all suspicions of the
geitnensies of' t1e .'sliviltures forged,
and' h.e mliht'have"contnled his cr mil
nal 01e)(atfuns for a long time to coic
but.fbi: tho-recent death -of Rev. Dr.
J. B. Jter, the senior nmemnboi of the
firm of Jetor & Dickinson. Tihe pet
tlink op of the- afftirs of Dr. Jeter,
deceased, led to the discovery of the
for ries. .,he forger flndi.g that a
disClosdr0e of his li.-Iy crimes was
about to bo:made, left Che city last
Thursday, -ostensibly on business,
since whon. lhe las not been heard
from. Ite left the fo!lowing letter:
"MAIon 11.-I desire to make to my
friends and creditors a. frank confes
sion of my folly in frauduiently using
the nam.oayd credit of others * in the
Iopq of extrliating myself from en
birrfssmnits cause( by the bad man
agemont ofrIy afiri.s. - (ompelled to
flee frow-my home utterly penniless. I
solemnl declare miy purpose to de
vote the bance o piny life to the pav
ment of' mn "indebtedness, and I invoko
a charitabld Juigmencit aild treatment
on the pit'of al concernied.
R. 11. Dorasox"
Investi4tion into the - forgeries
ho1-4that they will aggregate $28,000
-Yes, pie is the great destroyer.
Whenovelw w are confronted by 1 we
it once cry.fbr' a quarter. . -
-We:have known some young la
dies to take five or six years to get
over being sixteen ybars old.--x.
-An exchange softly says of a de
raulter: " Fle admits a gap of $2.000
between himself and his creditors."
-ArI Jonson, an Icelandic vouth,
has written It five-act tragedy with the
,icl title of " igiridur E yyjafjordar
-Blue eyes are said to be true. We
don't know how this is, but certaini
eLicre are many lies told about black
-A philosopher- Fays: "You roquire
In 111miage precisely the same quality
that you-l:, woul(d in eating sausage-al
- Quee Victoria mnaiages to. rub
.lolig andikeep: house on $6,300 a day.
RovAltV,nM -high, but soie people
wii lhve it.
Ox.pt csio1 worn
ber~ shop ch:iihot be cou nterfeitedaen
by an Qh4 .J.id wvith her first love let
-The,rgyQ and ngly, the good andi
Fly up..thbrough the roof when they
-''We old nmaids," said Miss Ficks,
''love eats because wve have no huis
bantds, ai.d. c t- are almost as treacher'.
Ems as rnm.
l'he difier'ence bet ween a lnau wiho
chigs in the groundl anmd one who digs in
books is that the former digs for hire
and the latter for lore.
-It is v'&Iy much the same.withm pop
ping corn. as with popping the ques
tion, it is usually ateompaniedc 1)y
igitation and a good deal of' warmth.
-Pat rick having been toldl tha. Dr.I
Peters.had'fond( an asteroid, 'renimrk
d:"Bedad, lhe may have his aster'oid.
but as forildselfo i'efer31 a horse ter
-Put oayylii's craclk-brain puzzle,
* le h as elibed the asylum stais
-Numbers 13, 15,. 14
Tiurne.d-his head and sent him
' th e .
--"Sally," said a fellowy to a gb'l
who had t'ed hair, "keep away f'rm
me, or - you'Il- set me on fire." "No
dang~er of' that," replied the girl ; "you
are too gr'een to bu'n."
- e-A:i.'mbhe wspaper points out
hotVthe ' sion for gambling is sho.wn
ln..Englti , so that 9venl in- wedding
noti.ees ..i~ is necssar'y to state that
there were *io cards."
--The United States annually pays to
foreign countties 1.1o less than $23,000.
(100 for' sllk,'all of -which it is claimed,
may in due time b)0 saved to our peo
ple by pr'oper encouragement of sIlk
--The male hornet does not stln .
He-is the pimp that waits umtil the fe
male has got ini heri work, amid then
chiesas 'eu 'tbrough -a swvamp, over
brier's, and into-a- ild whlere there is a
-T1alk ah,out Rob)inson Crusoe's 1.
lamld bitg- un)inhlabited!I Didn't --h'e
fihid a swell oli shore and a little cove.
r'unninmg inland? Avast there'.-Bos,
-ton -'i'anscr'ipt. -
-When a man reAects that by gig
back a few -ener'a('ons lie can. ctin
seveiral hiun 'ed ancestors, and reflects
how little they have left him- for an in
heriftance; Ii.nakes him hel- abiteed.
-"Who*ili write the music of the
fut:07?is- a *Now Yor'k payer.
-"Wl1attioib16s --tis;" replies the
t1i;&tfree Pr'ess, "is to know whto wvill
hhve patience to listemn to it." ~
-i.enet t Siiuire after the hecalthi
of.thle vptg'-,amuseL who hias chare
'I-i .r1.%.dairy,. and whten he
aske " Jjw.t.onmil k maid?". the~
slammend the door in his face anmd tol
htinmto god titd asif the cows who-mnanur
fecturedd e-atleo. -
.-vAt linroshoe.iad.a dotitor at eitht,.
or hiarde omio-whon. remarked tht
th WestJ~ wIllsolveddineM e they I al
a bkMbtweeh,- them.. "Yes," she
bnok inm-hbr WWtit of, the sort that
e 'Itlashed--"anid I amt.. between
t.wo q k " Then silenesp fbll..
* &# tih.in thorono~ t
&v ~~pt~d - hoterf on
Ato r~fb s. Ltitr.I3.
It ~i~ ,not blm&!o)..2s
t i greabenytys
1880. SPRKQs 1880s
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
Announce the receipt of a large ax,
mortment of Spring Goods in the
very latqpt deoigi m a1n Nov.
clties. i nd they offer ie
following goods tm
low as aniy
in the 'Boro.
Wool jiunting In %l dosirable sades,
French .1unting in Black and Navy Blue
the handsc.met ever brought.to this mar*
kot. A beautiil luq of
In entirely new designs, with Insert.
ings to mlatch.
Just opened and ready for inspection.
Call and see.
Of all kinds and of the best qualify
at the lowest 1-ossiblo figures. Call early.
A largo Ftock of Gents' FurniAing
(oods for th- i4pring trade. Call and be
We would caU the attention of the pub.
lie to our large atock of Ladies', Gents',
MH8es' and Children's Shoes, which we
are now disposing of at a remarkably low
price. Give us a call 14fore you pur
cl.nme elsewhere, as we feel satisfled we
ean suit you in quality, style and price.
TRUNKS AND VALISES.
We will sell our large stock of Trunks,
Valises, Railroad Bags and Satchelm at old
prices, although they have advanced ful
ly 26 per cant.
AN EARLY CALL
Will repay ladies. We ask you only to
come to see. our stock and to hear the
prcev. and it' you do not find it to your
advaut.ge to buy, wo will not ask you to
P.LADEREM & D11.
aenos and Organs
LIKE EVERYTHING ELSE.
A WORtD TO THE WISE.
The prevailing boom has struck
the. Piaxio nnd Orgain trade. All
creation and their relatives are buy.
ing instruments this year. America's
countless factories can't half supply
the 'demnd. Manufacturers bhAve
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 fewv months since. Manufac
turers have raised prices. and must*
continue to advance. The low p.4ces
of the past won't come again for
As yet wve still' sell at old' prices,
but we MUST A DVANCE SOON..
Give us your order NOW, for delin
ery of instrumetits at once-or within
THREE MONTHS, and we will
guer'antee OLD PRICES, even if the~
advance comes, To do this we must
haveo immediate orders SO THA T
WE CAN CONTRACT AHEAD..
Done hesitate. Don't delay. We.
state the, case presely as it is..
Prices will advace VERY SOON
and LARGELY; and thiose who wait
will pay for ths privileges Take our
business advice and.
Or&er a,t Once!i
LUDDEN & BATES'
Wholesale .Piano and! Organ Dealers,
BUY TIHE BESTi!
ADE,Mieses' an ifants'Ae
Shoes, madeb3 bZiegler Blrothoes,.o
Ph ladelphia.' OCMbratedl "Standard.
84rowoe e ~nd by the y
i Weeah the er~e Store. -
ELDER & O0
R ESPEOTVULLY bei leavo to inform the aitiaen of Wippaboro un(k
. surrounding country that they aVp now in receipt of their Spring a4
DRY GOODS IN ABUYNDANCE.
QLOTHING FOR EVERYBODY.
STRAW AND FELT HATS.
SHOES FOR MEN, LADIES AND CHIDEEN,
NOTIONS IN RFVSION,
AND LINEN DUCKS.
All our Goods are fresh, new and pretty. We will take pleasure iS
exhibiting our stock to ay and every one. Geve us an early cal).
OUR GROCERY STORE
Is full and complete as it always is. Prices and Goods giranteed. Be
sure to come to see us, and you, will certainy get your money's worth.
UNTIL YOU A
Seen my stock of furniture, which is one of the arget, 1andsomest.
newest, and cheapest, according to quality, to be found in Winnaboro. A
new supply of Chromos, Fietur6 Frames, Wall Pockets, Brackets, Winldow
Shades, Mirrors, &e. Furniture neatly repaired at moderate prices.
Lumber and Laths forpale. I am agent for a Door, Sash and Bin
Factory. All order promptly attended to. Also, agent for the Wbeel
Wilson New Improved Sewing Machine, and two others.
oct 18 R. W. PHILLI.P,%,
TUE ELEPHANT HAS COME,
WITH A FRESH. STOCK OF
FALL- .AND W11NVTER GLDDS
WINNSAORO DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, AND MILLINERY
We take pleasure in announcingto onr friends ard the publlo generally,
that we are now opening tHe finest and morit comp)lete assortment of Falk
and Wit r Goods, including Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,, all the latest,
styles of Millinery, Ladies' Dress Goods, Fancy Goods and Trimmings.
GROCERIES. CONFECTIONERIES, SHOES,. HATS, CLOTHING,,
CROCKERY, TIN and WOODEN WARE, .LUMBEB, ETC.,
which will be offered at very low prices; as we are deermined to sell heap.
er thart the cheapest, abd cordially invite all to call and see for themselves.
I am also agent for the well-known MAVIS, WEED fnc AU RICAN,
SEWING MACJ. 0. 20.O'AG.
WILL offer oftr my entire stock for the next Efteen d'ays, ae you wI
see bj* my priee4list, at quota-tions wotth attention.
Five. - andsorne Cloaks at $8.00 and SC00O-former prit~e $5I.06sand $6'.00X
Ten Pairs RibBon,-Bound Blankets $1.90-former price $2,50.
Fifteen Overcoats at $250- former rice $4.50
'wentykfive Pieces Red and White Rlannellrat and below cost.
Big Drive in Cassimeres, Jeans &c.
One hundred pieees Dark Caliao at 7, 7j and 8, ts
Domestic GoodVj at a small margin above factory prices.
Good Checked Homespun at 10 cents-old price-no. advancel.
IoTIONSC NOTION8 1 * NOTIONS ' t
Coats' Spool Cotton 55 cents pr dozen.
Qb( d Spool Cotton 85 and 40 cents per doze..
Eagle and' Phenix Ball Thread 20 to the lb. at 87J eantw
A good Corset at 40- cents-former rice 60 cents..
Look at our Men% Undershirtis at 2 cents.
Sfterling Soap at 85 cents per dozen,
A 9at variety of Buttons,. Gloves Handker'cliefs, &c., Ue &0.
Also an odd lot of Trimmed ft at Ou%e t 10Acentsrmerph OI0 7
We lead the van also in Glass and Oroocerntw mer re$0
Look at my Glass- and Preserve Di0hes at 1i5cen,ts, worth-211cents every'1
9 o0 tLng$ ver ebe Tab Sets at 60 la1 prio
. C roe jn e. . varro at j ees beyo & e iM .
at 60 and 75 eents anda e coat t1.0ewitb$1(~
Three cases4otTInware at era ho