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THE NEWS AN) HERALD$
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GARtFIELD HAS IU1MRED TO 111 HOME
in Ohio to inenbato upon his letter
C.xcisNVATI HAS ALa0:ADT BEUN 'XT0
tabuiLie h(r census i-eturw;. and , she
claimis a ipoptilation of tlreC hundred
thousand, includim her suburbs.
PREsIDENT II.YEs AND iIIs wIFE ARE
preparing foi a raid oil he California
State Fair. lIe pro >se's to compete
with the m1aimmoth beets of the Paciflo
Twixrri MioIST CUc1H, IN Jer
sey City, Wit nessed i scene oil Sunday
evening. The pastor, lRev. Mr. Har
court, was, lecturing on the recent
steamboat collision in tle Sound, and
in the course of ie remarks said: "The
crow of the Narragansett, fiom the
captain down, were perhaps the big
g(6 wr. set of cowards that were over on a
boat." Thereupon a tall, Intiscular
n.-m in t he rea. of the church exclaim
ed. ' ou're liar," and in an installit
all was T'ofusion. The offedlier was
a t;d(1 prov'd to be the c:ptiln
of' theoi'irragen.:fIlhimself, one? W.
. o11g. U- colitinued to vocileit.
ianI gobticiltile until Car-rit'd of to
pr;Sol. His son who wa4 lesenlt,
alko assIlilefd the mniiAler, withl the
moist isuiltinig epidhets. The proceed
1lnjS wV4re* sumu)ila)riy ad%wj,turnied.
1r. Tilden's letvter of w-ithdrawa,1l
wvhiiet was.9 made piublic by the New
York deltgation in inicinilati on Sun
day, is a lengliry aid anl astute docu
mont. In it. lie reviews his past career.
He0 says lie was edneated to believe
that every citizen shouhl take his
8share -of catro and froulIe inl publ),ic
afhr.For Feyynsh ulfilb'.d
his duy sa private ci.an, never
accepting offieial Position ei:cept For
brief periods and for a special purpose
and only whenl occasioln seeiled to
require a sacrillc ot privi prefer
ences to public interests. lie next
referred to the destruction of the
Tamiany-Ring, and his aeceptance
of' the governorship as an answer to
his enemies and as proof that it man
can discharge his dity as a citizen
without impairing his nsetilness as a
public servant. Next, the reforms in
augurated in New 'York occasioned
his nomination and election as Presi
dent of the United States. le was
nefariously counted out after rei\ising
to ransom certain documentary evi
dence, whose suppresion by the Ie
turning Boards made a false count
possible. Subsequenitly, an Electoral
3orminission, for which ho was not re
sponsible, was enabled by the concur
ren iclif.te toeibicasiniktee
fetthe wi~Vl' of ai majority o t pie
pThis sulrion ofipii te electin cre
* ~ idiian issu'iei ftrncedet impotne a
ivoivig o'the vias inipl do --
arnmajr t throg election, thepeo
pfle Tuhe obmmcese groeen ovthe
me and of c orty infuene )oe thei
balot-box,o hnchei adthe ispiatoa of'
theirm averngt thsesscion othle
eceul siprocuninrenio fsal reml.fond
beco ai i rs etievian a prtgro ouetdar
ger, ltening toiwhc tok eleeton asre
sponsib toi i pubCSlic inin, hife'allot
ing te po 'titt4wer e ople to hang
rulers, an enabling theit inenhoing b
thIed 'ache ofi govertnint tol e
iu ad erpetoatn hr pwer.cliei
PIvt asmoin ion(lb i 87 tation,
atbniitistratin eedisa tasoclde ti
ope ningle fo thenvas ns oe an ad
tain aiimti rityi atbi'ginvi theeto utif,
ilesu istostace a be.vr
come 'anhd a masjorit of th0 peopl had
voted top.change1the ad3iinistation tof
their government,nthe menmin odle
cou Ildi stil prbe a faoe mcunt,found
2 lid oln ofrnd foeuan frgeries,
eiee non hich to upe hold fale
coetlc, cmd if such lan rnstiioi we
gret o:.y wicsln, tiafer' alod
4 ca e ffs beelly eie.wer onaetio its
,bving f bentiy oflthf inn ue
fll a .re o noned byare ptio plb
a~ prens,al desretiong elsos byuw
ashe hwonole diuldhare beens tco'
plibdw The falure i toi cial e
qindidate adhsby the pope---a
rose;111 of ialie, and ieonciny
a',onl-a in fort )w fr' he Itd
t~ h yer adut in myw whend a thle
l>otwerade ; tarty,h ifo dYeat, orno
moinentous. iu , .suc.d. ied. h
the United States, but I40 n
110ve it iia ro oxitlog"No"
. . 0Ose IV .nt . cannot
ro.omif r lepignance to 0nter into aut
A Ilew eiggonient which involves four the
yrs of ceaseless toil.' hea
The dignity of the Presidential office ab<
is above ia nuerely personal amIllbition, w
but it creates in m6 ino illusioni. Its tov
v"alue is as a great power for good to ,ib
tdw eounlt ry. I :ZaI'd Ithi Four y, ears ag, y it
in 1Ac!epltinig the 110110i1atiOnl.' Know %- W
ing4as I do, therefore from fresh ex
perience how great tile differeneo is 11
etween gIlidinlg through an official We
outine aid working out a reform of re
systems and policies, it is timpossible vil
for tme to contemplato what needs to to t
be donje in the Federal administration ill,(
without an a1nxious selnse of the diti- l't
culties of' tihe undelrtakingr. If Sum1- t
moied by the suttl1rages of my couiitry- h
meon to Itltempt this work I shall el- Our
deavor, with God's help, to be the
efficlit instruniout. of their will.
Such a work of renovation after Spl
many years of muisrule, such a retoimli
of systems 1tad policies to whicl 1 IVel
wouild cheerfily have saerifleed all j
that romtined to te of health and ile tor
is itow, I flear, beyond my stretngth. thi
With t'iligied thinks for' the honlors 11a
bestowed upont ine, with at heart, tl
swelling with enotiois of gratituidt to Spe
the Democratic masses for the s1pport ll
which they have given to the cause I
represeited ani1d their colt ilden1le in I
avery emergencv, I relmain your. fe1- p4
low citizen, S,%mt-:j.J. Timxv. -1d
Mr'. Tildet, despite his tge and ill tire
health, is still iL tower of streigit. lie hav,
is, possibly, wit-hout, 1111 equal ill Co- per
luctintig ia calivass 1111d payinlg at.tei- hica
Lion to those do'tils, apparetIly in
4igurtiticant, which t.ip t.he wtaverinlg batl
uwl. itn (lio end. If he will lenld 11is 1',
mnergies for the,- success of t.~c Demo- 4)r
ratie ticket his weiglt vill be felf, IN
kid he will inl his retirement wviel tin En
iint n selle-0 conRd only to thalt of, the
lrat-D Seiour. It is ia geat. pi(y Cor.]
Ahmt Tilden wts not availible this to 2
yeair. A repetition of tile cna-ss of Upm
76 would have pt. him ill the While evo
House bcyond all possibility of Radi- fair
sal bulldozinlg and clicaltery. wh
A X UNTE RPHST II I 'l PIT,
Ilow to 11uid n Nurrow autig Railroad fil
from Winnsboro, vla While Oak, 'Wood
wariPs, la-104-si(jut, to ChkerAtr.
JMssrs . Edilors:-il oldl to in
Also nlow ]l*.' ald vigor ilt'o the old
uteries ai lltld siews of Will boro aldPoo
>f 1,a1irt-iehd, ve itist ltave a railrlOad liell
rom Wi1lsboro to Chester, conineet- NII
ng here with other roads leading to tot
western North Carolila, to vesteri [
South Catrolina, to Atlati, and otliet
ointsi north and vest, all of which ire
30111pottig poiits for 0111 pIoducts
byhealt, oats and cotton. Two i,ar t
igo i distiliguished civil eliner urg
)d the building of this line, anid it was
ln his opinliou that it, cou'd be builtl
tud equipped for seven thousand dol
ars per mile, and wo believe that sum
is suffleient no0w to complete the enter- gl
plise'. The mnounttain thlel inl theC way
was how to ralise the amttountt niecessI1-a
pleop)le dIwarf's the mtounitatiu into a 'i
nole-hill. There are'4 genttlemnen i lO
WyIiusboro anid ailotng the prloposed
'0oute, wh'lo could buikd the road fro
helir pivaI( te ms, and1( not be emi- -i'n
L)ltarrased. We prlopose', hiowever',
(taikinig it. for' grantted that. to grad1(e, the
mperC1st ru.ct andu e3qu1i the( road thle total bui
mm11 reqfuiredl will be $220..000) the ibi- thel
Mokt os~ be takdeni by c(tzens ($2,000 per cotn
by t,izn y* 6-'e a r initl) mitll rest. e'dl
.) lyd.iC MIe'i-tti annily............. 0,00c herCI
'Iwt1 ity-S 10rs t)r :er eeLC. bonttls tasu
et by tile Mu lnicipaulty of wttnnsb.. t ing
1o. Initeres. palya ble quam tfely.....10,000 pre'1
First tfnorgage bomla' of tile winnsboro .
11n11 Chetet-t Narrowi ongtlail road Lhli'titt
twe'nty'-yeals, sIx 1)er cenit, interes4t, t lie
pafyable semi-atnnunny................90),Oi0 ly i
1t' thtis scemtte can bue ctarried out, let
anU itmpetus will be giv'en to tradtce and1( -i
priopety iniI Wiiisor'o, that tw ill'i
fwyears$ leturn'i to tihe people ofhr
Fairfield ani huntdr'ed tfold for' thir iln
vi It nent11. See f'or extamphelie in-'pro- -l
perlity of (Chester v'illge andti Chesterot
coun ty, and the compar~ lat ive Iiifeless
ness5 of' Wintnsbor'o and1 Fir'iehl. li u l
twventy years the first nmor'tga~ge themds
willl haive becen paid, and the stock
wi'ill beC wiorth fouri hundred iper' cet.
The w~rlter will guar'antee the takinig tha
of tlvec hundred (dollat's in stock and 1
five thlousand( dOliar1S inl first llnortgatge tt
01' counity bonds. LI
ON TIHlE W.LxG. -.
A Sutccessfl Se'lti-A suIggesIien to Tr'u14- ((hi
teeLs nhud Patt rons--Geneni' Goi iiip. tilt
...Mesrs. E.dtos:--hlavingw negleted I it
ouri little cr'op, we (coneLlnded1 we wvonhd lt
r'est. fromi 0our labors for' a shot time(,t''
A ftee' gett ing it. ready~ for' tIhe long in
looked-for' and1( nmehCl-needed( mni., 1
which, by the( by, hais not1 as yet1 vi sitedl "
tis sectiont ot' thle coilntry', wye COil- ft
eluded, as5 it wias eotit't week, antd we er1
had1( somte nuttinished ofice btusiniess to tln<
alttend( to, we woulhd kill two btirdsl (I
wyi it otto stone, aittendl to this and1( hear '
the p)oints of' law1 dli5scse whlich b,
night come beofore the coutttt. We, BI
like manliy otheris, Were aniiiXous to hear thli
the evidencee, amnd effor'ts of th leane'd l4
eouiiselh,itt te case' o'the State0 vs tI
\ ot e. Bttt he(arinlg thait h le int ag
Mrs. E. d1. l'oivell, wotuld close ont t".i 1)
(lay, thle 13;thI, we( mloutied otur steed, Itt
and( tier' a ver'y disagreenmble ride, r.en- J)
ded( so by the oppresc.aive heat and ll
the dtsty r'oad(, we rea3Iched the schiool tic
house in (du1 timei. We were0 mucith
p)leasedi to flnd present, Frienids It., Me.
anid I., paltrons of ime schtool, Wld~lt seI
thaitt weO cotid pre'vat il nthme trustitees nit
and1( paOtr'ots to visit the schools in
their respective nhefithorhtoods oftiner'. l
It wold give the c3htidrenJ luioro self'- tt
confidence, and hatvel a tenidency to CC)
stiRluIlte theml and elleoulrag'e tIhe 'W
four' htours' ver.y plealsanitly, listenihng to ch
the rccltations of theo pjahs, an'd were W
1#114,04I ith the proimptoss and en
vve WILth widu tho questions W
y0untledgre aiswOerad-811owi0 g -h
-ltibhtd.bean well drilled, at4d
4rsid.perfectly the branches they
l'gone ove'. IainUg satisfied our., esu
with the profleiency of the pupils
I competency of the teacher, we bid of
in good-day, and being aliXious to i
r the Speeches ofthe counsel in the
ve mentioned'ease, which ve kne%w
ald bo,t line, we directed1 our courso
1arlds (thle Bioro. Fimling it iipos
e to witlstild ite verv pressinl",g in.
Ltimi of Fiend I., to udie with hm,
concludedtocomeltoa halt. Woe li
lit i very pleasant time, eiijoying tu
onlly the couipany aid file ieal
paretd by his "bettcr half," but yj
ing at thIe nico little orchard and n
L-yard,i which Friend I. apperiis tol
itke a great deal ot' interest. WeI
0 exatiilled i 1i11u1ber of lives-pat
Id, wo believe, and tiade bv im
--froln which we laid some deliciouls
ey, which wive enljoyed hugely. ()n
retit we flinta d l Mielid Alc. at his .
I., waitiig ol us. Of cour-se We
Id Iot, pass without callinig, and
it Some tieic very pleasiitly, talk-1
over mattI(ers which tranispired
s o, whell w were pupils of our foi
fri'ild and inulelh est ceied ilnstrue- P1o
J. \Y. Iiidsonl. We tilrried lonl0ger CO
I we had intended, anld Ilad to ride
idly to r Ieach B.he Roro by dark, ill im
3, however, to htear[ two of the Ml
lches, vith vlich wve werc ile much 1to
tsed-OlyN sorry ve iiIsS( licarincr -
others, which, wve ive Iliderstoo(, kn
' excellent effi-1or.
or rear, Messrs. Edi(ors, tiht- yout
Your readers have alVread":' *)(Com1e Ch,
J of these unlilterestir, G 81ts, we
a concClutded to stop, -ronising that
il lps at S11i0 ftiti i tll(! VOU 1I1IINI
2 agaiu 9'Olui TIIAlEi4 o,
A SKTC1'1i OP HE P1.AST. be
limpoe at Newlerry--A Trivin-g and
o.grei'ive To4wnI-l I 14raphical Sk(Ot(elte
Sonme i'roanii-tt M.!i,I
ew1i8imiiY, S. C., 'Jtie 19, 1.30.- bi'
P)olle tronito lice to Ast-il oil wc
.1111 inst. I regade4d (te Crop of-'
I an11d COR1 to mbCkMfward. PrIn1 t.henDCe T
ewborry, thle prospect. wvas better,
n (the whole, phullters st.ate OWhei r%
)S inl good co(lit i0li anlld Iospt.4CLS (
. 'te oats crop, a full yield, but -
a..t nIot iuch ov,-r at 1m110yiteld. Thle COI
i of Newherry, sin1c tite ltie, fire"s, '
ipnts qulite :an improved anld ta,te
appetaraivc. Two largeoC hotels
e of' lae been built, which, fIor .
inodiousnle.s.4s anld archilectilural J i
C, Cannot be s'.frpaf.ssed inl the up ('It
.try. The one owied y MIes.irs. .h
le and Schtimpert. on tihe corner
r tile Court I louueo, and kept by qO
Simmons, is qpite all-adorii1nment ho
lie town1, as vell as the Coterell ish
eI. Under both hotels large iad (I
Antsore-roonlls have beenl crected. .il
One oil tile corner of tlie former
been taken by rI-. S. F. Fant 11 a th
lstore, constructed Cespecially for wa
pllrpose, and Can vie with any a:
,v es(Iabl ish Ill nt inl thIat line of,
iels in our State, in legalece and
'Oprian 'ss. N1any large and
anllt br'ick mnercan tile houisi have
e uip since th la4 kte tires. 'lTe Court rot
1se also has of' lae beeni remiode2led, We
>n the whole, the town of iNewber- st
s unisulrpasised iii taste'fal anid com1
lious b)uildings, for the size of it, it' of
superior to aniy towin in thet State. t
saidl by perioins visit inag it. from brc
, that it enni coinpete with or' oat- a
p, f'or its size, any othier towin ini
Southern States', ini po11 int of 1in
dings. T1his is saying muitch for roE
eniterprVise iaini aiste of its populla- wvl
1. 1 cointa ins six hin ilstnne and1( dii
anod(41ions chuirchaes, besides t wo sei
>redl one4S, with Ipar1 Soniiages ap~penid- er's
Tihiis iounehi foir the t wnl (It New-u lini
ry. I eoubit s'ay iinnhl iinore of its
I standathrd of1 society,~ aLshlions, I .
t.y woinen and14 good looking inen, Iev
iunierous :a ad Ia1lnt ed members oft s
h:a r, an14 dlhysician is, and1( e'pec4ial- \,
Is (i tiented and1( Pious In~ ttlrs o f Itej'
ious5 religious~ deniolininalit ions, but l
Is sui': for v'' ne y . 1k
wvill 11>w rtstuie myI tas~k on
gniphicdal iket cheics o1f ve 'olden ti fite
leke'd up~ 'il. thea hiouse' of ai frienid
w- n t I read hln 5 sice-1Judge(i
J'eall's "'A mu:ils of'Ne'wherrv."' I
I lie st ates t haI .Johnii .\eans was
of the t rial inst ites of thie comiiity~ I
et olrNewhei'rry, wh'iIch Int at Col. t
Ilerfoird's, lirchi (criin, I S7, abl-o m
telinbert terin, 787 , w0 iihih court
cred4 the counity lines run and to
Ite (lie C'ourit 1Iouise. UutI it sceis 5
1. the Ctt flouse wai1s nlot built "
il the coiiiity courEts wV.i4 ereaolishedl
S799). ilohin leansii andt his brother thi
11mas1, 1 heard my'li (it'ersay, openeid au
tIle store not long aifter th!er caimie
icds, where .\ zjor. liii usket a 1ft er- "
s.Ti Dl1k r. liu 1tl'ofewbI erryv.mnv so- "'I
r'1 crrobiorattes, as his ltther (4'11ld limi. .it)
uve often heard myl3 fit her sayv lthatlhe I aui
te brot hers, Johnl i, Thloinias and El
in lloston. I dlo not ' know~ what lihe
ir oh A cha ns'Z and11( 1' 4)I Thms settle i('OI
hFa irtieblI. but suppq o.( it wIas before i7
1t0. UlI(bert went. to Chinrleston)1, am114
s ter.e (igaiged in ai menile' l in
*Eness for manyll y'eai.s. I hIar oil ' ru
her' mientioni thie tiirm. I thiik Alen- la
was his parit ner. lIe afterwards 'e
do t hi(e.e,Johna \le*ans set Iil nlear I' vt
hifordI's Fery--thlen lois', I thliink.|ih
sed to -hear that hie built (lhe (lrst i k
ek house.ii_ l"airIlehl. ir . W.'
uri twenpiea II. now. It, was the
ekest brick wall 1 ever saw in ai sI
v'ate dwellinig. This wvas about II
18. llis remitas lie~Ci(Ol( enom en ner lIe
dwelling, with an IinscipI t ion oC hi i"
andiE thite oft dhent bi-1810t or 'II I.
was a w~ealthy' lphmter, and lhe and
mnore' slave4s. so) sUad '.I e I was 1 ~' a I-'
y , than anyi ' Iwo phlmiiters abovIe Co.
iiiht. A tliis death lie left. 1 wo soni--,
iv'id anad Illbert, and tour daugher's Ii
of w hom riieceiv~ed a Iibe'raiIl dnea- e
ii, and were'( niolted for their initelli
are' iand mioranl worith. .11is elde'st fi
Lighteri, 31r is. d1udge, imarried D r.
41nd( the R1ev. llohei't Means, I 4~
L'd not mnention 1(t) others, on1l y that1 4'2
beland14 .Miary', thie two youhtigest,
odedl the samet4 school wI l ith tm
alut 1818, at tIhl .llock Creek Church,
dIer the supin'Ptenduence of thie miost
Inpettent. I utor in (lhe tip-country. VM
hl e wreitig. I cannot r'efraini fr'oim
mitloning Alr.. lary' 1%lcans1, 'onlsort(
.Johii .(aleas. She oBen aitteiided
ilrc4h tld 11 oc4)k (Creek. Dr. Win.
nyd war d. (tho niat n,1'..-e t..~
led on hor to lead lin prayer, and it
ts said by the hearers present. 1t.hat. -
e oTer-ed. it nir6 toivid and eiioieit
tivor *than the old Doulir hiliself
uld. She was ioted foe her strict
3ty and all the virtues that adoru her
[ itist close. There Is a great want
raiIII here now, and elsewhere, so 't
as I hear froli visitors to this town
th the exception of a few localitiesi
)re alnol. W. JE. I -
M1 I - 1-110. i
-Iish buttor-littlhe pals.
-Phi, says n od Kurgo), is the (
of aising he pattieit, while Na
'0 cutres Ih(,e disease.
-"Vitiue cominnds respect." But
rte doesn't stand on tthe street cor
rs and libricato the sidowalk with j o
CCO juice. I
-"What is thi worst thing about
hes?" asked the iilay school sit
rintelndent, and tile liew boN said: 0
-The colilutvy will breathe easier J
ive Crant hlas exprevsed hilnself sat- S
vd. 'ad he been diI-satis4led, what t
>uld have becoie of uts Ill? 1)
-Theierih nian's body Illay tra-vel -
his hevailth, and never thu.l( it. Th el
3r 1uan'1S S0on canil Saw Wood and be- .3.
nl a respeciabc citizen.
- Love laughs at locksn'.ihs with
l!uniity, but wlen lole ordinary I 0
lite mnan ties it hI- gets his jaw
iII Leadville i gin sling is
wnas a "boy-snatcler," but it
e8in't give it nlii Riln a Iore Capacity
kicking dn(1011-11 doors than tie II arti
yOut get in these parts.
-Nothinu so vygravates i New
1ikeri as to have a chIa inberinaid flirt c
hI himn I'olit a sixti--tory Ivindow 1
a hot el whiih Ie dares not to enter
laise of, an old board bill.
-A vivii 11an who is troubled to N
ow whal to do withi his iioneye
>nld tI the d experilinellf, of' leaving s
to a mo inan who lis beeI e
>ight up1) to think le is too good to
-Love eters tile Chinese stories. 1
C her!Io is always . ebhap lio Inadc
dicals inl America bI) 111ilodry
rk, teer o ile tie ilii i girl who
nA revelge. oin him becaus Ilehe kill
- tere was a litme when a e t*i \f
ored flImhograph w1ifih a plainl'l
IlW 'ItS conlsidnered vk!ry prety. but I
hrest enera otio sigeh fnd tt to 0
paill"ed onl a Shinlle.
-The last new use fo tile phoo
Iph Siu.'rted is to fire the F'ouritb of
y cannonl inlto oliv, and reproducec, I-1
i Near, witrout ier an ter to
Cannn1M Ilr WalSte of plowder. This.
Vorthy1 of*a g-reat Inind.
--Thle m-lobra-ted ati0t who crowed
nalturally that the suin rose three I-1
11.s bef'ore its, time, has recently fin.. 0
od at piclturie of' the Inloonl that's piilt- -it
wilh) %uh.oiderfl1 fidelity to na.- pi
e that it.can't be seen in the day
-An rikh dtmniner, who now and ,
it indul.vvd inl a noprgin of potec-n. f
S 11eo,sted bv tle reviewing genr' c:
W What nItkes your 11(we so red ?"
laze yol honor," replied Pat. "I
',y- bluh when I spakc to a gineiral
-"I neverCi did 'see such a wind and E
h ai storm,." saCid 1 a1 nitn int a1 cltree-'
i. ''And pral'Iy, sirI,"' iiqu ired a --
uldl-he wit, ''since v'ot. saw the witnd
I th si trm, w ha t iiiight be) he I a.'
riii iose," was thle r'eadyv rejoindr'.
-A Deniver cler'gymiani, on r'eceip)t
hie'uistial hailft-far pass1, wr iote to)
superiinutendent : "C( an ou~ nit enii
lroad ma said lhe hid ntH kniow, but
WCou Id Ii ke IC) see thle clergynout
e' lirst, as' lie wats rat her fa.t idioui P'
-oyou be'liieve in I he utec of the,
to atll the gttes,ts iin thte hotel. ''la
wC etaes~ nliadin;i h bu ter' are oth-i
lieen olit of' towni, Fit z?"'
as;took a r'un to lostoin f'or a
l.y I ice ii Iy ;grea tifieind of' lhe
iev'e they' are in 'partneiirshiip.
k& Bleans."' "Aw' '
-A ( K) iiuded Curtte.--Alick-- a
'eli, Pat, an' whait ar'e ye staniding ti
uingt at nowv ?"' Pl'u--"Th'e legs ,of; a
shiintletnn itas ju st r>:ssed, .ie'k.
wouldh it be for hi! i n ti ck up his~
iuser's anid let thheon ti2]ht it ou1."
Phiw sin tle(11an ails jut paissed"' was
- AntI iindetat igaible anitoa raph ltutir
01int a par'oxysini of joy oin securi
Lii an utogra'Cph of' loMonet.
'n au I1togr'aphl of' llossuiet. J1ust
uk ot' it," lhe says to a friend. "'An
lographiliic letltr of' four' piages."
~'hat arte its contents?.''
'Oh ! I don't know. I haven't r'eadl
-"'Yes,'? said a frleshi girl ail a shiowi,
know ny. beau goes out. beltweeni
s, hut het's nilce and1( never' dinks c
v'thintg litt ia eupi of c'oilhe, becantso I'
i alwayts smell it as plain as day,
d I know ithi ie simell of) ejtree lr'i \
LI' ori whis~key,' if' I amii a liitthe hit
shmla il, "w ne l ust hiave t hinmgsa-.
igt'd ini this house so Iliat we shattll
*ow~ .i~ vlucwhre (eery Iing is kept ."
'ith l mIty heart,"' swee'tly' answer
his wife;,"'aind let uts begin with
urii hate houris, my love. I shiould
ar'ly like to know wheie ther' are
Pt."' lIe let tiuigs run1 011as5'usual.
-lKhidniess, if nothing stronger',
Cuild nineeitc any'. on1e to1 use Dr'. Unilt's
iby Syr'up~ for1 thei reliefi of the dis
N's of' baby'hood. Picee 25 cents.~ *
)Y~ v,'irtue of' an1 Oxcenion 2 to moe di.
) reel'eda I wi'ill offer' fort siale, bfot'f
nOt i-house door1 inl innrsboro, Oin
e tirst Montday tn July next, bii ietee
elto ous of' sale, to tho highest
dd.-r, tot caush, thie following-dlescribed
0 o'rty, to wit;
All that picco of land, lying in Fair
'Ia County. conitaining (INE HtUNDRED .'
1) 5 arry-1"'Iwo (182) ACur.s8. more 0or (ss,
dl boundCed oni the niorth btIy lantdu of'
.E. Yonue, sounth by Gibson pIhIeo,
st by Jaames (Oa5on, we'cst by HI. L.
Iott. Sold as (ho prei'Ol'.y of John C.
Fester,~ A'iministrautor', at the sit of
JOtIN U. DAVIS,
Shei's' Ot1100, 8 . y.g
itiSUn,ro, S C.,
-bsileio to THEJ~ NEWS A?'D lICR
00TA E T aIt
- , g HNBON, LARK&9o
0_30 UNION SQUARE
MA._ __PNEW-YORK CITY.
FroSh Arr va13 Every Week
-AT THE NEW STORE.
PDII'IONA L supplies of Pactflc, iPerthshtra, Lattice. Lace and Vlotorla Iwis, Cliecked atift
10ac: 11111c, ie itan Cloth and ire Li1mos. Lilco 11111ll1tngs, Pilts, all inl n1W styles, Lonz2
C1001,4.1411vo.t11" 111110lw cme cot.tolm, etc.. itep s th11% chn.:les.-I 0
AigI.I1 SILKInioNs, at TEN and TwENTY-1I'E CEN'S, WOnTH Ti11ltXp,
O1 Purchases have been mode BELOltE TIE TIDAL WAVF, IN I'tICES ANM AFTEIt ITS
SUr IENCE, ond In ColmCqUenet, call give good valite t owr custoiners for thuir patronage.
Thoebtisortuienbt LACROLOV ES AND5,vr[Is in tho city~.
WE SELL STRICTLY FOR CASH!
may11 DESPORTES & EDN jNDS.
F. ELDER & CO.
R ESPECTFULLY beg Ilave to inform the citizens of Winnsboro an(
surroun(ling country that they are now in receipt of their Spring anld
DRY GOODS IN ABUNDANCE.
CLOTHING FOR EVERYLODY.
STRAW AND FELT HATS.
SHOES FOR MEN, LADIES AND CHILDREN
NOTIONS IN PROFUSION,
AND LINEN DUCKS.
All our Goods are fresh, new and pretty. We will take pleasure iux
exhibiting our stock to any and every one. G-ve us an early call.
OUR GROCERY STORE
Is full and complete as it always is. Prices and Goods guaranteed. Be
sure to come to see us, and' you will certainiy got yodr money's wor h,.
WINNSBORIO DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, AND MILLINER~Y
pOODS arc now open and ready for in.pection, and lad~ies will do wol
~T to call anid see the best selected and lirgest stock of Millinery e ver
brought to this market.
Domestics, Straw and Chip Goods. French Phottern Hats,
Calicoes. Feathers, Laces, Nets. Lawns, Muslins.
WVhito and Colored Piques, Dress Goods in variety, Illusion, Silks, Satins,
Ribbons, Corsets. Gloves, Notions, Hosiery, Lacee Bonnets RnchIing
Bolts, Linen and Lace Collars, Fichius. TIies aLnd ever ythmig gdernbJy
found im a first-class Dry Goods, Faney Goods and Miilinery Establish'
mont. You can get all you watnt as ieasonably as same goods can bo bought
anywhere. Always on hand a
of Shoes for Men, Ladies and Children. Men's and Boys' Hats. All kinds
of Family and Plantation Groceries, Cigars, Tobacco, &c., &c.
Another large lot of the popular new Davis Sowing Machines. Eivery
family should have one. No one should be without it. Call and see the
range of work it will do. I soll it on i,ts own merits.
apia J. 0. BOAG,
T HE latest news my mail and cable bring is the tidings of depreciationi
.~ i. all the loading lines of merchandise. And as I purpose keeping
up with the times, I will oiffer' my entire stock far below last wveekc's quota
tions. 'This is a rare opportunity to parties wishing to buy goods for cash.
25 pieces Calico at (if cents, reduced from 8 cents.
103 pieces Calico at 7 cents, reduced from 9 cents.
500 pieces Calico at 8h cents, reduced from 10 cents.
100 pieces Printed Jaconets at 9 cents, reduced from 12} cents.
20 pieces Pique at 9 cents, r'educedI from 10 cents.
10 pieces Pique at 15 cents, reduced from 20 cents.
50 pueces Cottonades at 15 cents, 20 cents and twenty-five cents-far
below their present value.
50 pieces checked Homnespuns at Factory Prices.
5 Bales Domestic Shirtings and Shootings cheaper than over.
15 pieces New York Mills } Shirtings at 8 cents.
300 dozen Fans at 3 cents, 4 cents, 5 cents and 10 cents.
A Few Handsome Canopy Parasols to be Sold' at Cost.
An Elegant.Assortment of Dress Goods in All the Nowv Designs.
S hpxes Spring Flowers at Half their Actual Value.
To close out, Five dozen Ladies' Untrimmed Hats,
Another Lot Glass WVire Just Received.
As space (lees not permit, I will only mention r. few of the many decided
bargains wvhich I have to offer to the trade. This is one of the opprt
nities which rarely present-themselves. You can save from teo ffeo
per cent. by givimg my stock an imspe'tion~ before buying elsewhere.
. N THNATEOWN.
The friends of.S. WHOIR'IEt YONGuh.
omrinate him a 0andidate for the ofilo
f filheriff at tho onsuing eleotion--Abject
the netion of the Democratic primaries.
1e1srs. ifors: Pleeso announco BIr
E.. EL [ION. JR.. am a candidate for
heriff of Fairfield County, at the ensu
Ig eleotion.-8bject to the action of the
"Imoratic primary. & MlANY FatENDS.
The iunan friends of Mr. JNO. Di. c
A RLEY, recognizing his peculiar fitness
>r tie offio,a. rospoettully nominato hin
>r :Sherift of Fairfield County--Rubject, to
to actio of teWeinocratic primary.
Xessrs. E-dilorx: As ncmiuations are in
rder. perllit us to present the name of
.3J. JNO. B. D.AVI8 --s a cindidato for
iortif at the ecnuing election, subjoet,
I courme, to the action of the Democratio
ruariea. MANY FaluE ND.4.
3/essrs. IVito-s: Pleauo announce Mr.
N. L RIH.;ON as a condidate for
herift at the eruuing CIO-'ti, Rublcet to
ie actiol oIl the Dvinmocrlto tla at the
rilaries, and 0L.IIQ MANY FurNDs.
easrs 'difors: kkase announco Mr.
Prestonl ,.ooper nsa candidate for the
oeocratic nomination for slieriff at the
>ming election (subject to the decision
tho pinimry election) and oblige many
iends in the
SourruwtsIrun PonTEON OF THE COUNTY.
ORt COU.NTY COMMISSIONER.
,je(ssrs. wlIors: Ilease announce Mr.
. OWELL as a candidate for the ofilce
f County Cominissiofier at the ensuing
teelion--subjeot to lie action oftho pri
airy election of the Democratic elubs.
MA Y FAUENDS.
The friends of Capt. JOHN A. HIN
ANT respec'fully nominato him for ro
ection to the ofMie of Count y Coimis.
oter- subject to the rc.mlt of the Do-o
,Ikssrs. EtWors: Tho friends of WIL
-kNI AIKEN. Esq , respecttfully announoe
im a candi(Iate for (County Com1in a.
oner at (ie ensuing election, miiject to
to result of (tIe D, iocratic primaries.
Mese. ritos:Ploeaso Jnou 8,..
'HA sVY. Esn., as a , canilI]h:t for tno
Me of untyo:('oit-inner at the en -
i : v elect ion sI wjv-ct to the tic'.ion of
e D-1en1erati in h at the prinuiry clec
On--and( oblige his
JEs. r, litors: Please announco Mr.
.M. ZEAL - as a cndidate for the ofice
County (otmmissioner at the elimting
action ---subJect t. the action of the
enocrattic . MANY FRIENPs.
.I,ressrs. m!ri: P'la-e announce MR.
O6CAt DtK E, as a candidate For County
.mimissioner at the ersuinp election,
ibject to the it'ion of' the Devineratic
:inwry. MANY FRIEND8,
Tlhe friends cf Mr. JAMES W. COLE
A- resil'ell ully nominiat h im for the
hee cf Co;unty ('oimmissioner of Fair
hl--+ul'jvet to the action of the Demo
ur7-s. hlaor.z: PIaea anfiountio MR.
D DEttT D. EOLI'K t-s a ennlidate io
tuty Comits-<ionr f V:'irtield at the
suin-: eleet ion -Sublj!ct to the action of
e Der.ducratic limiary.
The f-i.no or .lv Jamnes 0 Hferen, of
Llm, resj ectfr.lly no;. note himt for the
ic: of C-otyt Co iissioner at the eni
ng el--eth sudenI t, to the acf.ion of
jan l'7 i'
OR SCHlOOL CO(3!iMSS10NER.
The. fr'en a j:') J3ON I OYD, ap
'''i"i' . '- :. ze/ al ami fileli,y
~th whie.i ... Ihis di -elarged .he duties
Sc 'a ' ( 'n m:nhiou' r, respM)ect fnlly
ii:.ueI olim tor re cte,tioni- nubject t'o
e action11 otf the Dem!ocratic p1 imsaries.
The friends- of the REV. J.\MESDiOUG
I.*: r-spectfully' nxo~mate himi for the
.-iti(on ot School Comiss~~ioner ot Fair.
11 Counity at the eniwnnfl tl.ctioj
ihject to the act ion of' the D)emocratic
trty at the pri;amrins.
FOlt JUDG E OF P>ROIBATIE.
.lhessrs. .iitors~.' :' Please amli.ounfce the
resenJt intcumitbent, J. 11. ]ovlres, Judge
'"r>>ae s a candidate for' ro-electiton
the enisuing election, subject to the ac
rm oltthe Democnitic partty at thie pri.
aries. iiy so doing you1 will oblige his
1.1 MANY FamtNNs).
I~ NE L1 Q U R S.
ATIIANS 11RO0.' Old Cabinet Rye,
.I1803, C'id Rloanoke Whliskey, 18tin.
iso, hot terdami Brandy. (old Ham for
inch fromi 11 to 1 o'clock every day.
[HA t'E recently made extensive addi
tions to my .itock of Wines and
quors, which consi-ti, of a full ani,ort
ent of Ryo Whiskey, t'orn Whiskey
rench Ur'andy, Apple)1 lirandy, Peach
randy, Sherry~ W'ine, scappornong Wine,
h,amp~agne, etc , etc.
O' I (claimt to a '11 the FINEST AND
UlltgSTi IIYE WH1ISKEY to ho0 had in
I also also11 k Cp on hand1( a fnil suppily3 of
SEGARI S..-ND TOILWCCO,
ra C1t variety, and adapted to-the tastes
(Call at the P'AL''ETTO' HOUSE, in the
Vinnsboro .hotel building.
'0 Persons1 Acentstonlled to Mending
M[oney'~ by- Reg'istered letter'.
THIER E'S NO SECURItITY IN TH EM,
TI your money is lost or stolen, you may
atch thei thief, but not the money-and11(
ho monley is what you wanlt. Thel Go0v
rlnent, don't reptay such Iosses.
BUV A CHIECKC
Fronm the WVINNSUORO NATIONAL
lANK, which we will sell you at ton
enIs for amtountts not exceeding fifteon
ollars, fifteen enits t'or amounts not cx.
coding twenty-five dollars, twenty-fivo
cnts for amounts not exceeding seventy.
ivo dollars, and at not1 -ibove three
ghthis per cent. for any. amount above
hat .You nre thus made
I BSOLUJTELY SE CURE A(4AINST LOSS.
We guar.intee t hat. If* . our original
'tchk is lost or stolen, we gjive you a du-.
COME AND) DEP'OSIT WI'Tfl US.
We liav', just purchased a now tlimo
ackc, costing $350, and i.he President hdm
elf' can't open the-safet when the lock is
unning,. . T. K ELLIOTT,
may 13- iinmox3mett'