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THE NEWS AND HERALD.
WINMIro1to, S. o.
SATMDAT. sme 2. 1 : IS
eIYo. &. &Jfl!OLIIt. Asb00tNr Enuron.
WINFIELD S. hANCOCK,
WILLIAM If. ENGLISH,
Hancock and English.
General Winield Scot 1ilancock, the
Pre.idential noniiiee of the iDemo
cratic party, is a native of Pcisyl
vanlia, in which State he was born
Feet,,ary 24. 1824. lIe graduated at
W est P:n in 18., and served in tho
Mexican and 6eniinlolo vars. Inl Sep
ttilber, IX61, hie Was made."-n1dier
General ini the Fderali army, and dis
tinglishI him uself at Williatusburg,
Sitth Mouilain and Antietan, and at.
Fredericksburg and Chancellorsvillo
wIelfre he Coill'tuidid a division. -e0
As promoted 1'. tle comilitanld of the
Second A 1.m1Vy Corps inl dune, 181,
was soverol- xAtil:led at et tyshurg
anld highly di"tigihed inl the Wil
dernlcss caipuignl. ie Colm)and 11111 led
Inl Wsh8linigtot in 186, unild was made
Milihiary Governor11 Of Lou1i-4iana anld
Texas at the closu of the war with
headqualrers a No orlefus. lusead
ofuanoppre.sor, thle people or those
sla(es 1o1n ll 10i 1 it a-goernor inlspir-:
ed by 11tctes *heI purvst pltriotism
1111a4 I e th j1 . ee .
huil ItstIdlAil'.. WovI. e mb-1.rsse
Ouna andionias sre(lnai e ibir
29, 187i, he iinl hiswell ior
"Geiieral Order No. 40," ;in which hio
laid down his pro-ralmme us ( Ivernor.
of the district. This doeiuien! was a
hevelation to t oppres*eso, robbed and
humiliated people. .il ti ihe expressed
is conivictiohs that tle people of L1o.
Islana and Texas desired peace, and;
hie declared hils purpose () tInsure it by
allowing the civil andhorities tocarry
out tie civil lia S. low hoeipstly9,
how, Impartially and how prudlently
lie conducted th e afifieirs of those two
states Is shownil in the ncse of his conk
t'roversy wvith thle Carpet-baggeOr (.%o
called) G4overnor Pease, ol' Texas.
ThIs idivinual had arbit-rarily re
moved titj nidges and couay otlleers
'whoi ofe Could iln ofieh 'aid hadl ap
pointed his own creatures to filli their
places. eneral IIan1coCCS first act'
onl assumling Comman111d wvas to redrlless
thle linjuistive that hand L:een dlone'to the
Order No. 40" he repai-red p the wrong
that Pease had committed, Hie de
clar ied that t hie right of' trial by jury,
the habewas 'or'pusx, the liberty of' the
press, the freecdomn of' speeh, the
namtiural rights of' persons, anid the
rights of pr'operty, should be respect
ed-naoble se~ ntns that hzav never
beelli forlott by'l lP the A merican peoi
pIe. Agahn ini a let ter to Pe:ac, lhe
said1 that ou the laws of' Texasq andu
Laouisianla. as5 on' ai foundatio of02 r oek.
reposes the entire structure of social
In these tw~o States power may de
stroy tile forms but11 not the prlincipies
ofjnstice. TLhes~e will live in spite
even of' the sword. The just, course
of' Generual 1Iancoc~k ini the Sonth
oflended the carpet-baggers anld their
Riadical frietids in Congress, w~ho en
dea vored by hostile legIslation di reet
ed against him either to have him11
retired from the military service or' to
naake his position as commander of' the
Fift h Militacry (listrict irksomeo and
(-embarr'awin3g. Finallyi the issueo of'
obeying a wr'ong or r'esignuing his
Governuorshmip w-as presenltedI to hiimi.
.1He choce I b lau ater c'ourse, tid inl a
letter' t a fr iet 113 'in hchlhe spoke of'
his dhicieiaes he. liab06: "N4thim--f ennt
in1ti ui.a:e me1 (P1ro(m1242 doi'wha; I he..
I ievej to bei homle.t. niud ight,.'' ile
nae a pplica Ii on to be relijevedl f rom
hist 'onind1( onl FeCbru1ary 27, 18S68, a
victim11 of' .ladic.ahl)Lpartisanship, wh'iose
immtie 4mal become a tower of' str'ength
in the land(. General Haneock w~as
brongbl oni ini 1863 as candldate for
the DIemocr' ~Ud noIlimaIOnl f'or the
tion of' th:u yena' he ren.-i ed 144I4
votes. Ag.~ain, ini 1876, lhe re('cived at
tile St. ILni.s CDonviention 75 votes for
the same nominiat ion. It will be seen,
thuerefore, thait het hats ai recor)ld w hichl
dioes not lack tihe illimprtat element
, of tile confidence of' huntdreds of' thon
sandsli of' 1 h isellow ei i'tzensm ini is
avafilihili!y ai the 1num'. to lead~ the
.Armuy, andt is ini t'oi,uniand of the i-las-t
ernl dlivision, with be('kjurter lt(is ini
in .Now York, Jie is over six feet tuall,
weighs over' two hunidred c poend cand11
is wvorth over t wo milliona dollarus. Th'le
Wallace wIing in Pennlsylvania, hacke<i
by the solid1 vote oif Loulisiana13, Mainie,
-Minnesota anld Vermiont, and a sea'ltler'
ing contingent fraoml other States, gave
him the lead on3 the first ballot, and(
the tide vapidly set in hais favor.
It might noB well 1)e said her'e that
the only chuarge brought against IUn
cock Is that 1h0 was in commnand( in
'Washington at the hanLtging of' Mrs,
Sur'ratt, Attemp)ts have been made to
hold hlinI 1)sponsie for this mnurder',
buit as he0 was meriely acting unider
*orders in executing the sentence of tIle
court, it will bo impossible to make any
capuital ont of ti s. Mr's. Snriratt was
a native of Irelaund anid a Catholic,
andc an attempt wAll be madheto alien
a'e the Ifish Cathol.Ic vote. J1anc ek
is a strtig. etcidatfe. The day before
th 4aiat)bln the Now York 1erald
PR~o~) pth6 mQ86 hopefut sign o
21iooiatio"'liso yot- voucihsated at
boiiatiIsein III 4 vIdqut vigor
Pf the iHateock M0019ment. ' The
nomiIimtion of this gallant soldier
would at once end all the mouse-trap
policy of Mr. Tilden tud give augury
of Demylocratic success.
William 11. English, of 1nliana, is
not well knownl to the rising genera
tioni, )ut, in dlays past h wa II tower
of uitrngth in the Hoosier State. Born
in Indiana in 1822, he receivedi a col
legiate education and practised law.
He was at one time Speaker of - -the
Indiana House, and served in Coi.
gr-ess fr1 1853 to 1861, since which
tine he has d'bvotcd his attenlion to
'private allairs. Ho is said to be a
miilliolnaire, and he has an 1iliiited
stock of sand 'in his craw. .lecently
bie kadd that God has not breatled
the breath- of life into anly man
or set * of Iln wh1o Canl by force
or f'aud agiti 1event fihe duly
elected President. from taking his seat.
Enlglish is said to he as strong in his
State as Hendricks, and lie was nomi
nated for the purposo of 1arr1-ying II
diana. This combiination of I lancock
aid English has evidently been made
as Ani evidence that the 1eIocrav
niot propose to be bulldozed. Betienth
this banner the Democrats can at once
wage an aggressive camanpugii, and
carry the wai rigit into the heart of
Can Gayfleld Escape Conviction?
We call attellionl to the Oiliial
proof's ol Galrtih's onipliety inl the
Cr'edit. Mobilier. TheyI are conlvinc
ing. The Riy/scer publishes a lter
fr-omi Jere 11hck giving Ga-rield i
cla bill or health, and on this au,
thority acquits Gar-field. The 11eegis
tir isa preitu re, to say the least. If w1e
inktake nol , Black's letter is butilie ex
pre.si on of' aI opinlion. :Now JTere
B -ac a (Ilield ive Iumembe:rs; of
lie samlle chu and 1l were olle I
1ers in ilaw. 'hev are firIil frii(s.
Shall Aich a let tear, rinOii anou ian 1pillsive
1riind, outwvigl tile soleiinl tesilitlooty
of a I Ipubl ica Colgress, I lie (el 1-4ul
evidence of i Ilmmorlai id hI e111 vIloek,
and tihe reOpoIt of a IN-publican C;,n
gressiioial Com mit teo? 'The Regis/cr
is right' in holding tihat n1o enlellv
should bo maliciously slanlelred. But
with snuh touni1dation as is given For.
the chIIrge it Cann111ot be clled a slan
der. Blainie's Complicity with the
Mulliganl job cost him the- nomu in11at ion
anld yet!( it wa-is never pr-oven onv-hali
so clearly as this piece of corruptiol
has booln showiln up ag nainlt G arfiehl.
We advise tw J'vi.ve:' to d1o no amorwe
than tuspwd jldgimillt tor' the liml at
lIIst. it. Ilighlt 1ind1 befol.e (lhe cloSe
of' the vaplipa-igl that- its confidence Imd
eath of Bowen.
C. C. Rowen, the notorious Radical
of Chiaarlestoin. died1 ill New York City
on TluesdaIy aight. Heo had been ina
bad heailt bi tor somue ime, buit his death I
wats unIex pected 1and caused some ex
ei temniat. Ina(Charlestoun, esp ec ill
amongoa hi.. baeneinnein amiisriker's. 1lie
wans a imative of IHhohl' slishd biut camae
Southi befor'e the warI as a5i mecic i
andi~ gambiler. Settlinig ill G.eor'gia he
(ent.Cred' then armyt iln 18112 ats third
ser'vice by couret- anartial. (and is be
Ilieved to have rocure0l d t he aIs.asinal
t ion of h is super'ior otlieer, ( ol. Wmi.
ParIkerl WIhite. Hie wasf ini jatil onl this
charge wvhen the~ Fede ral armiy releas
ed himn. A man iiamed Grimels coil
fessedI that BowenI had hired lhim to do
thec deced. T1hae famouas libel suit of
B3owuen algainst C2aptalini Daw Vson. of
the .Nees andu Courier, thr callinig himit
a muirderer is fresh in thle memnory otf
our readlers. A istriaIl resulltedl by a
Vote of' 11 to 1 for aIcquli ill. Iioweni
was kinag of. Charleston IXor years', Iandl
at thle timen of his death I was prepuaing
for aLCi cavass tir shieriff. 111i, death,i
eially with the defeat of (rant at
(Chicago, w ill seiously' crii ppClieh
lI dical camign inl Cha.leslton coilmi
ty. G3o vernor Simpson will appoint01 a
shuerifi to 1ill Boweun's uniexpired termn.
Bo wen) was conlvicted of' bigamy, but
w~as p)ardloned by Grant. I le ma)irriedl
Mrs. King, of' Charleston, the diaugh'
ter of' James L~. Petigru. She dlied in
1876, and aibout. a year ago be ulairriedl
the (laughter of V. JT. 310ses. JTr.
'ilL E CINCILY N A1T1 CVx UfjXTIOg.,
Seekinmg the Good of' the P'arty--Ana Absence'i
ofC S1 riI'e--H ant'cck thie W1'inin iig if 'ir'e.
Thela D)emuocraie Couavenatio an.) 1 Ia
Clincininati onl Tuesdacliy the 22d of'. iJuae
an id wafs (called to order by 8enaltor
I armunui, Chairmana of' the Nt atiol
ExcuLt ive4 (Commni t tee, who( noiaiit
ed Judger Tioidly., of' Cincinnati, for
temorryprsidlent . Judge 1loadiy
iade an address oni taking hits seat, ini
wvhihs lhe alluded to the gr'eat, fraud ol
IG am ex pIINre.asd ai (1eteriaion n iiot
fI a' ''hi.led iut of tthe elect ion~ aa~in.
But. thouagh \ve1 tailed to inanlugtl-at
Our) (canididales, 0111 (.use waIs niot
evenI fori the m)omt.ii) wholly lost.
ReOtribultivec justice visited ithouf de111..
lay-, thle immiiediate atuthors ot this in
famy. The uc (ourts of' Flor'ida hmad
Ilhwairted thle conispairator whS *lo pro
l)osed the theft. ofi its State goverti
mnenit, anad thle steirn refu'Isal of the
D)emocr'atic I louise of Re *.resemntiyes
to atppropriato Ia mant or' ai dollar1 to
contmIie the silujugation3 of' South
Carolhina and Lou1is$1ina soon forcd
tile Oppr'essor to relaix Is grasp.
REL~JICs OF asiute
No tr'ace now remains of' the carpet
bag gvernaiment 01'(hla South e'xcepJt
thle $170,000,000 of' aineesed puic
deb1ts they conltrive~d in sev'en yeaars of'
milsgovern)met, to 1heap1 upon 'its ima
l)overisb)ed >cople- Yes, anIothera tr'ace
reinuagins. 'omisiana, enltit led by lhe
contiutonto two Soinator's, Is r'Ier
senited ~' but, one. The scat, of' thle
ot.hor i~ filhld by) a t o 0egate f''rm a1
,band of outlaws nOeer recogized as a1
gol'vrn)nent, long since dJispersed,
soime to ttton upon to odal (.tre s
ury and sorie to clti t,o bread of exilo
We have been sprited onic great diai
gor. Sh.co the 8th day of Juie 1880
t(lhas beeni ertain that the usurpei
will not be ilmediately followed b3
the moiurch. But the third term i
postponied, not averted. And the ren
daliger is not in the third term so mue1
as inl the 1i1puiblicanl party, vhiel
tiakes (.ho third ternti possiblil. Bonla.
pai-to 4 did not. erow ii Empero
uitil Bonapartism had corrupted
Frantco. When 1inoret ih:1an tihrce-fifth"
of alny political pnity invoke a "saviot
of, so4Jciety " that porty is atrea( dy se
poisoled A wIth iiperilislIln that. it 'has
becoei itself 1l ci c to the Ropub.
lie ta mloro formitiable thain any mis.
elief it prolesses to flearl or aly 'dan.ge
it, was organlized to repel. lie closedl
with a I)o)icy co victory, and wai
The rules of* the la1. Convention
were adopted1. The r-oil was thel callH.
ed tfor thel, presenlkationl of' credonidals.
When lNew York 1as called, Join
Kelly Ilhe lealder oC tIe Tan1111nan11111 Con.
to.tan1ts to tri..d spvak bilut. was' sni.
Inarily disposed of aInlid cries of <<Plit
him out " '"Give hit a show !" and
"Shamiel shante!"Tho (Amirman re
flsed to recogniz. hiin And he reenmi
ed his seat. The voiti.tees were
nlext. appointfe(l, onejelpirate tromn ,teh
Stato. Capt. F. W. DalwSon represt
ed South Caroliti on Ile colmittee
on) o1ranizatioll. 1lai. T. Ba Urker, onl
resolutionls 1110 Ali'. . Dibble oil
credetias. Tie Convent-ion thien a
joiurited till n e O'clock Wed.nesdAy.
TIM" C'0M [I31i"1'P ON CHiEDENTI.l.S.
met Tulezzdav Ilitit. to consider. tIm
coltestled salts t fron1 'New York, ias
IsIachusev t ts anII( t a PemlIIs% VIIina d i.strict..
Tl Illievies anl RegI' Iul DI)etnoerab;
1)of a,1L8hsac tIset Is co l prolIised On I 11lf
It VOIo eaCII an1d (he OIni a cceIpt
ml ite a-reelent. The debhate be
I weenl te Reiglar Newv York dele-a
lionl 1nd0the Taintlaany d1!ee-atioll was
11AI I A11( 1 1 ' 11011-i ' ll.1 t 1-4111101101;',111
head (<1. A fler' hearii ti artunent14)1s f'or
Il hour and a hallf onl eaelh Side fihe
QOlittee resolved by a vote of 32 to
I to exellle Talmiian'l. The tillnoi
y proposed to give tll! Iteglilars tillv
voe and TIimany t wen iv. A de
otln of( wvoienl sumrvigiss voted ott
he vonimiltice oil resolutions itild eln
leavor-ed to seciren plank in the
Th'le CovnIII meto Wednlesdar
nI( organlized by theIappoilnmnt o,
11d tti vn.s of Kell ti ey n.; per
1i1cint. presi(d' lil. :'11 0 aIi uIt 1. set of
riCe-PrePSidvenI Jmdun secrlariv.s. Sona
:1, Btillvr wa-; vive..pn.sidell'. aild Cof.
1. 11. Ahniey svvretary,. fr-omi .Solllh
.: 'rolna. Sen:1 a* r liutler was alI so ap)
)ointfed onl thv coinniiutce ot, ilhree to
o1luinet the pirvsiilt, to tho chair.
Pl'h report of' fhe ev-dvnilzz- commil.
AT C1W tip trit ncsioi, Iald TauilMM
Was vxcelkd h a votv ol' 1.77 to 20)X,
Xmw York not oin.SuhCar1oli
1.1 voted 5 ) to allow T.t11:nInmn tw.elty
rolwi, aa oecuehr nied
rlhe T:llnianv11.dellegationl were thenl
livitil t4 tlodw' sealt8 onl the floor of tile
1111 withitoum it voi-e or. 1 voe.
After. moi littl sihiratishin the
li0o11illtionl ofrcandl(idaU. esFor Prc'sidenlt.
.1g:e Fied l Im w 0:,olnwlv
rl> m ghit out[ by 'MeIn .11 (,I Citlilo;..
An1, ind Attn1111 (;1%, r2- (iav, of
I )elawavre, itn a ilnishet! and( coget' ail-.
.1ir' 8 14111111 n n i !e< 1 11atvar<I . llis <lela0
in tlf,h 1 <l that his' Il o 1202 ination14)11
wou111hlill like It bentlic(1to otn Ithe
Senator01 V'ltlobee.s fll below his uisu.
ii ar inikIt101 non1inatina ItendrIickl(s.
Thuiant;t in a1 streeh abounlldino- inl
31.r. D)aniel D)oughlert , ot' Pennil,
vatna edIno loo:-: the 11an11 aiti n' ui..
Latet8 I lioek the1:121 tetion'ita of hse
I brow, a1w'\- th'eir shiolil and1( wage an
)tlCtsive ti;gbt all atlomtr the line.
Ever'y, alli8onI to Iltncock's New Or
leans11 oler(i and1 htis 4ervIies 1as a sol
dlier broughI t loth iore011 cheerIing1.
S'ougith i'arolina was now,', 'alled. 1and4
w,,h''n HametIpt.on rose4. to say te Stt
'hteer'ed, and( 8 VoC voiferPouly ('21led tfor,
('4 as a happy 0111en to the fact tlnit.
M24sachuse:tsi :ani Sonth11 ('ar'olinau
give hler whole4 4-l.ctoral) volte to any1~
canIch11111toe whol( (241 r tpresented thobst
tlinnti-its of i 1h11 part. The South11 asks81(
Ito o'tli'e', and14 the Southern'I delega'1tesI.
ca211n1 to CIintcinnlati shalplr as8 loval
D)euinoas to) 81ustain the 11omIintiton
oh' any one w10~orth liv b )ear' thel hanner101.
IniI the h1:1 is of' llaek hoole said, the
Sou th w,'ouihl bet sai)fe,ihr it was8 safle
int11 h iandS bet'ore. 141ttI J2i1ad we
prefer01, because15 we be'lieve) him to be
the strongiest c'andiidafte.
AltI. Salt .4)nstall, 4)f M[assa heltlt t s,
secondedO ( II1011 the noinintion ofi favard itn
11 l .i o .l ' lo Sj C l. i i h o i g n a
dlel ivere evenlith t',dt . ielgy upoit the
i.)hlier1-sttesmanit, Ilumeo'nek , whtom he4
styledithe hir ut us of t1111 i unaloed1 ii
fitrst hallot wvas taken w,,ithi the foillow
Wih(1 ol v0t eas...................7353
11inco(k..(..17 Dil llvard' ...... 1 (;.3
tlrison1....... t2 Ifllndicks8. . ..-19 2
1Payn'e10... .............. Tlihleni.......8
liing ll......... a Ieymour....... 8
i~li-ht ........ 1 1..athrop'i'.......1
As I he v,ote0 of' (eh Stat was2', 08 n.1
h Weld'wasInt Iresed Whiiittl', lh<
hierks waee I iXIh ling ythir t u ll th)
to their1 fiel, withI (cheers' redouled0( a1
Ynkee Dood(1e folIloe.
hai',g rec'dteivedl Iwo-thlird there I1ICwit
no4 choice0. 31rI. JIrtec'kenrtidige, (of l(en
I uc(ky, m1oved(l(4 to ad1inr until II
liT tnsiun I's l'1IOCEI*:mNos.
On1 IThursdIay, mtorinltg Sdecoit bal
T1otal tnumbter of voto ('st. 738.
Ilncook.....70) 1Iayard .....
I tCndriceks. '1. 0 Tiklen.. . ..-. .|
TFhen In..11. ET ngliush, indil
Uana, w as thelt kiniiimous'l Ioillilate
Ti'he -pait'tycS 'it now . . a
atffills the plillfrmol adopted lit. 8
Louls. and is i'I its mAin featirds o
'the line of the late Pennsylvaita res<
1 utions adopted at the Conventioi i
t tle party a few months since, aln
18 fronit Ihe pen of .Jerc Black.
There is also I ta siroTng aniti-Chiines
I lank, and a resollitionl Ain prilso <
-Tildet and Hondricks and an arriaigi
m montof the Republican party for ti
fitds of 1876.
Tho fitucial plink declares for !ol
and silver coin And a constitutoil
1curr*ncy colivoertibe. into coli.
GAu?,FYE&D's R ECORD.
Ofliclal Proof of lm Comexpltelty In the Cre(
It Mobilier .Job).
In the filet ot denials that Garflel
was a participalft il t.e Credit Mob
ier. the foIllowil, takenl firot the ofil
cial rveord, show s a1111 I was onelCO
edI with his Swindle Iald hat 1.c siul.
seu(jultly perjured litilsvit iI ddhvinl
it. When1 tho inivestigaGuon be'ga1f,
Cart14hl appeareI beFire fho coimi
tee, and after swearing to speaik ih
truti. tle whole truth, and notlhin
but tle truth he testilled as Vollows:
"Mr. Ames never gave nor oflero
to.give mile aly stock ori other vialuabi
thing as a gift. I once askod anl ol,,
t1medl from him, and afterward rpep
to himi), it loall of$300; that iiount, i
the only vailuable thin- 1 ever receive
hm or 'eliveredM to him. I neve
owned, received, or. agreed to reeceiv
any stock ot' the Credit Mobilier or o
the Union Pacific lbilload, nor ar
<ivitlends or prolt.s ariing from eiL
er of (hpi.
Q.-ere an dividends over tender.
1ed to oiu on the stock of the Credi
.Mobilier uponi tie stlppo-ilioln tha
You iwere to be ai subscriber? A.-No
Q.-The loan vou have repaid. if
nl(ler.'tajd you correctly? A.-Yes
ubsegnnttly Oakes Ames appeare(
wirlI his meioraIlum(II book which conl
tainled Ole Collowin nilt-r':
"Garfivihl, tenl shr 'redit 'Mobi
ier, $1,000; seven mii iihIis anid to]
(lays interesf, i43.3--$1,0-13.3(;; 81
per cenL. bond dividend al. 97, i 776
8207.36: interest, June 10. 8:1.6 ; bal
an1ce, $271. Tenl shu'res Cr('dit _[ohi
] :I stock, tenl shares Union Pacili
And inl atother place agcneral state
1868.-'l'o ten shares cr.e(lit u)biliel
of 1A . .. ....... ...... 10 00
I terest .......... ....... . 7.0(
June 19.- To e.Ish,.............. .29.01
liy dividend bonds. Union i Pa
cite Pal Iroad, '1,010, at 80
per vent.., IeAs 3 per ce(nt ...... 776.0(
junle 17.-IIN dividend collected
- ot' your y ccount...100.0(
Oakes Aies (C.ified as rollows:
"Q.-Vyotu may! st:dv whethiler, it
emller.;41toln with yout. 'Mr. Gar11field
clains, as he cailied heihre us, hli1i
tIhe oily tnraIteiionl between you -wa.
IT ow ing : - A .--No. sit'; lie di(
oi chti Itlit witht tile.
"Q.-Sta how he does claim it w itl
yon:' what was said? Staite all that
occurrei d ini COntversation1 bCt.ween yi ou
hiave l:md too or Ihtre initertviews wvi1
aI r. Gartilihl. I it wants to put it 01
the basis of' a loani
"Q(.--Wha:t (lilt you say to himi ii
rethren' lce that stalc of thie'ense? A.
I st a tedl to him tiiat. lhe never askedl m<t
to lend hii ainy inontey ; I hat I nieve:
kniew he wvanted to borrow any. .1 dih
not- know tie was shiort. I' matde a
statemt'i to him shiowinig the tranisac.
t it nl that, there wo dVite (11'Oil it:
thei cashi dividentd there wats 8829 dim
him,n t'r wh ichi I ha'i givyen him:0
(1cek that lie had nevet' aisked tie t1
ha an him:n~ iy moneyv, 1 itever loanet
" 'Q.--AI'ter you made' that statemien
what did h le state ini rely'? A
wIianitled to have it go as a loan.
" 'Q.---D)id he c:atiim that it. was ii
fact ai loan11? A .-No, sit; 1 do no
think Ite did(. ~No, he did not.
" 'Q.--State all you know in refert
enee0 to it. A .-1 0( to lahimi he khiev
veiry well it was ai dividendl. I math1
out a staiteiimnt andl showed if to hin
admtiiil it, andiu said, ats near1 ats I (01
irememberiii, I her'e was i$2,4l0 du11le h
stock anid bond(s. I li made a Ii tth1
mem'iorm'lidit of $1 ,00( anid $1I,4t00
ande, as I recol lct, said thr wa'ioiifs 1,
stoc(k 01' boitids, 1 (do not recollIec
"Q9.-I Jave you the tmemoranidun
bhat Mr . Garfield inadle? A.-] hav'
the tignrttes Ihl lie made.''
Paper ini Mi'. (Garfield's It handwr'itin'
was shtowni to tIhe comtitttee conataii:
ing~ tigures follow's 1as fllow's:
IQ.-"Yotu say that these figure
were nuale by Mr. Garfield? A.
" 'Q.-Thiat was his idea) or what. wat
cominilg to himii? A.- -Yes, sir'.''
I All I his, he it rem iembern'ed. occurlrei
I afteor thle in vest igati oll hail beguni-al
t'r .Ttameis A . G ;arfieh('l had1( sworni thla
lie "never~ owin'd, receiv'ed, or1 agr'ee<
to ir'ceive anyi stock of thie ( 'reditMNc
bilIier' or (of ( lie 1 Uioni Patill tiailIroadl
tior anly dlividendils (or pirolits artisini
Theli investigating commtit tee, con
posed chIietly of .Ilepublicains, bpolitier
ats charimant, imadle at r'eport ini whtic
the tollowing appiiearis.
'lie (Caitichil) agreed with Mi
A ties to Itake4 ten shiares ot ('redlit. M<
h liliiei stoc k, butt dlid not. p)r f'or th
per' e'na. div idendil ini bonds, and sol
ltheor ii'niet v-soven per cen' tt., aln
also received the sixNt 3 per' cenit. ('as
unice of thle stock anid inttest , left'
a balance of $829. Th'ist sitmi was pai
ov'eir to Mi'. Garf t'ield by a cec'k on (I1
Th''lese arie ('aet i gleamied from 11
hetuselves. Tlho mniotrandumnt boo1
litits iregnlair couriiSe oft entrties, em1
tlmted a1 staitOmen't in which thte ens
Im lance ot' $:129 exactly squares a,
cotOl s. ThIiis inomiey Garield a
kniowledgedt havinig r'eceivIed. 1
sw'oire Ite ha/, never agr'oeed to Itake an
stock iinl divulenids, amIt a lepublioca
('ounntiitlee (ind that Ihe dId tako then
La,stly3 his own haindwivt tig be0trave
hdn. No wotnder his mnajni'ityv it 'h
distitt foIl off sig.t.Wo'usand at the ne:
d 1I( o'sO V .rk.
P v.paroin. for Fine 1 ProgR4mmvn for thc
'C1AsXomtLr, N. O., June 22.-The
1. Centennial Commissioners from North
o' Carolina, South Carolina and Tonnes.
L see and the Executive Committee ol
1(ig's Moutilai met 1Iero to-day,
e 'Tho1plitl for. the centennial Wiak agreed
of upn011, coverig at week fromn Octobet
.. 4th to the 9th, icludilig a reuiion of
k States on Tlesditi. Thn plain of the
battle 1ilistradlon on Wediesdav un
det' Gen. Joe Johnson, dedic atiol of
t monuiment, contennini ode by Paul H1.
Jlaiie and contennialioration by Maj.
J. W. Daniel oil Thtirsdav ; competi
tive prizedrill o Fritday and oxhibi
tionl ofragricultural an111 Inincral r
sources of tho Piedmont belt during
,thecentireOweek. The voltutoeer cont
1'p>anies of North Carolina and South
Carolina are expecte<d to rendezvous
on tihe ground, and sonic two thousand
Imlilitarv from thu East, who visit At
lanta, have been invited to patiOcipate.
Tho Conmitte oil traimsporlation,
through MANjor W. J. Iloustonl, fA (lie
Atlanta atld Chairlotto Air-Line, have
Ssoeured a rito of ono and one-fourti
cents per Mile, each way, for visitors
from Baltimore to Texas.
's I-r A HoAx-A dispatch from
JIalithx, N. S.. dated Juno 22, says:
i "While soile childrell was playing'on
s lile beach tat Cow Bav yesterday, they
picked up1 a piece 01 barrel stuv'e abou't
h lur inches by I wo and a ll' inches
13 ill sizo, on) which the followiige was
written wt hvi at lead pencil: I'The Ata
ltait is goilg down, April 12, 1880.
- o hop. "Seli this to Mrs. Mary
White, Piers. Sussex. (Signed) JAs.
- \I\,r.' rr.The piece ol wood appeared
1. y its looks to have beenl inl the water
t about two months. The placo where
it wAis picked 111) is albout twelve lifflos
east of this city, and opens directly
[ into (te Atlanic ocean.
-A well-ppriir of' pleasure is a
I healilhy baby ; keep your I)Iby in- ood
- heal i by using I)r. Bull s Baby Srup
--the friend of inf'ancy. Price only 2.5
- FOlR S1ElitIlivr.
The frionds of S. WITORTER YONGUE
- 11niIo hii a ca(dlclidato for tho 01(1co
of heri 1' at (he enliting elect iol--.lljcct
to tih action of the Dentocratin priiaries.
Mesfr. ssEflors: Plecso annotince Ar
It. E. EjLIls-,N. JR. nas a candidate for
Sierfl of Fairlield Cony, at the ensn
Ag electm-subjeCt to the action of the
- Deo.-rat m primary. M.Y P. F ns.
Thwm.y frienids of \!r . .1,NO. D. Mc
CA TLE y rceognizing his peniliar fitness
for tho be-iwe1, epectf.y 11)iinate hill)
for Shierif of Fairi'ild Cou)1)ntv--subject to
illh aclion of the D,inocratic primary.
) Airses.. &IfIors: As n)omfinatlionq are in
- ordor. pelimit 1,; to pre-Cin the 1111mc of
'-. JNO. .1. iAVIA- x a e- 1iato- for
SherlTat t n -ninig lc tc ion, nhioct,
of consw, to the ation Of Ilh" D1ocratic
primariva. MANy F'.i-s
.lfe.ssr-s. J:'I(.rs: P1- rae an'nnCno M~r
JAS. J. "11* .\:ON as a endidato for
Sh1.rf tf ich ing ole-io,H h ,let to
t0 e action 1f the 1D M r11aertic Cilnz s at the
3h'..sr. EdiIlors: P]hase l'n noo.nco \ 'r.
Pre. 1'ston 'plu 1s cat11alldidaite for the
Democra,; l m,mima i'on foIr ale-id' at the
coing 1-.lection (sublj.ct uo th decision
&.h prma)1Ii:ry electioni) and obligo maniy
itends inl tihe
Sournmwv5spn P0oTroN or Tur. COUNTv.
t FORl COUNTY C'OMMISSI ONER.
- 1e'.ssr.I;bitor: Pecase announce Mr.
jClIA RLES DOUOL,AF-8 as a candlidato for
County C.ommiswsionier of' Fairfield, sub
ject tho result of tihe D)lem toi pimfar"
Messr.p. J-.;ilors: Plea'e annlouince Mr.
.J. E. l'OW ELL ats a canidat,' for the ofilce
of Counlity Commtoissioner at thle enlsning
e lechtion--subject to 'he netioni of the pri
mfary' c'leeion of' the Democratic 'luib.
Tb" M.\NY Fnn.:ENPs.
Tefriends of Capt. JOHIN A. IN
NA~NTI repecfulily uinminalte hlim for re
- elction to th" otlce of Count y Commis
sineor- suabjecti to the resnu of the D)o.no
1/. ars. JMtes The' friends of W~IL
IA~ M .\JKEN. Esq. , -:(sjji5cifully annlhounco
him11) a (andidate 'or C2ounty C'ommis
stoe'r at tbe enHunig election, subject to
the0 resulit of thic D)emocrat.ic p)rimlarios.
f JksPrs bI;/ors: Please annifounnd JAS.
SR. JiAIIVEY. E'sqi., as a candidate for the
I Ornien of County Conlhnissioner at. the en
suing elfection--*subjct1 to the action of
Ihe DemChocr,t ie clubs lit thie primary (sle
tion-and oblige his
Mess-rs. Jb!iors: PlIease announce Mr.
- IL. M. ZEA L\ as a candidate for the oflico
of County Commuuisioner at (.he enisning
(lOot iOn.--bject to, the act(tion of thit
D)einocrat ic primary. MANY FRiIENDS.
MT.essrs'. 1l;Iors: Please announce MR.
IH. OSCAI R) DUKE as a candidate tor County
a Coninmissioner at tile ensninu election,
- sublject to the action of tho D)emocratie
pimIary. MANY FR1INDS,
Tfho fiends of Mr. JTAMEN W.ACOLE
MAN respect.tully nominate hini for the0
ofbeco of Connty CommIlissioner of Fair
ield---ub jet to tho action of the Demo
Meriar. .Ali/ors:q P-leaso ainnounco MR.
ROlEIR D). BOLICK:1 a a cantidite tot
County Cominsasioner of Fairtield at the
ensum (lcCtion--Hubjoet to the action of
the Democratic primary.
Mi .ANY FniiNnsp.
T,'ho fien o: or. Jaes G4 ITeon
I,Salem, respetfully' n)ominfato him for th(
h ofllco of' County Commlfis.sioner at the en
soung election. -stibject to the action o1
janh Democratie p)rim)ary.
y FOR SCilOOL COMM ISSIONElI
TI'hie frienids of D)1. JOhN BOY],0
ipireiatinIg th1e akill, zeal anid fidelity
.e withi whic-h he h' diisc( ihargetd sho duntie
a1 of School ( Cnmm Ilissionr.r, respoec tl
di nominate him 1for re-eleC.tion -i 1ubjct t'<
e thIe action ofthe o) Dmnocrat ic p-imnariosi.
. The tri en d. of the UEV. J.\MES- DOU11..
. AS rsecfully notninato him11 for tin
poshtion of School C'omissioner110 of Fair~
Ii cid Co unty at theo lnsn 0ind etioa
subject to the action of thei Democnorat
It prty at thle primaries(.
FOR JTUDlG I OF PRIOILAr
present in.-umb. r.. .I IR. lionbs, Jiid
~.of Pronate, 'is a candidlato for re-eiletiori
tIat the ensuting dlootion, suibjoet to tihe a0
stion of the Demlrocratio party at the pri
C maries. By s.o doing you wili-ohblige his
1-1 MaNr FauxaDs.
lei V. SyrD 0
,Hl RA ON LARtKao
--- 3 3 UNION SQUR
-AT TIME NEWj STORE.
'aiuie 111(jile, lerni cloth and 0 C.-H Lnen,i. I.1v . liuting.., rints, ill it new styles, Long
U1001". Sihtgs'. 11illow Cmtie cotton.4, etc., elltip1 tim thei vlwfapest.
A MIN'R. IN Al-Sl.( 1IHnMONS, at. TEN ntid TWENTY-FIVE CENTs, wORTII TitBH
TI M Tl ONEY.I
Our prtrIIli ltive beeL mado BEFORE TiE TIDAL WAVE IN PRICES AND AFRIt ITS
SI1) tNCR. a md it conuqetince en 1, give good vohe I our customers for their patronage.
Tfhubest ahsortment or LACRUCLOVES AND.Nirrs tit tite city.
WVE SELL STRICTLY FOR CASH!
DESPORTES & EDN .NDS'
F. ELDER& CO.
P ESPECTFULLY beg leave to inform the citizens of Winnsboro an(
1 surrounding country that they are now in receipt of their Spring an
DRY GOODS IN ABUNDANCE
CLOTHING FOR EVERYBODY.
STRAW AND FELT HATS.
SHOES FOR MEN, LADIES AND CHILDREN
NOTIONS IN PROFUSION,
AND L1NEN DUCKS.
All our Ooodp arc fresh, now and pretty. We vill take pleasure in
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 youl will certainiy get your money's wor ti.
WINNSBORO DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, AND MILLINERY
- 0 -
G OGODS are now open and ready for inapection, and ladies will do wel
'Jto c*all and sec the bost selected and largest stock of Millinery over
brought to this market.
Domestics, Straw and Chip Goods, French Patt.ern Hats,
ai coes. Feathers, Laces, Nets, L:awns, Muslins.
Whit an ColredPiques, Dress Goods in variety, lluision, Silks, Satins,
Ribbons, Corsets, Gloves, Notions, Hosiery, Lace Bonnets Rnuhing,
IBelts, Linen and Lace Collars, Fich us, Ties and everything generally
found im a first-class Dry Goods, Faney Goods and Millinery Establish-.
ment. You can get all you want as 1easonably as stun goods can be bought
anyhee.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 Sewing Machines. Every
family should have one. No one should be without it. Call and see the
range of work it will do. I sell it on its own merits.
april 1J. 0. BOAG,
IrPHE lates't news my mail and cable bring is the tidings of depreciation
.L ir. all the leading lines of merchandise. Andi as I purpose keeping
up~ with the times, I will offer my entire stock far below last week's quota.
tions. TLhis is a rare opportunity to parties wishing to buy goods for cash.
25'pieces Calico at 6+ cents, reduced from 8 cents.
103 pieces Calico at 7 eents, reduced from 9 cents.
5100 pieces Calico at 8A cents, reduced from 10 cents.
100 pieces Printed Jaconots at 9 aents, reduced from 124- cents.
20 pieces Pique at 9 cents, reduced from .10 cents.
10) pieces Pique at 15 cents, reduced from 20 cents.
50 puicos Cottonades at 15 cents, 20 cents and twventy-five cents.-~ar
below their present value.
50 pieces checked HomcspunP at Factory Prices.
5 Bales Domestic Shirtings and Shootings cheap'er than ever.
15 pieces New York Mills } Shirtings at 8 cents.
800 dozen Fans at 8 cents, 4 cents, 5 cents and 10 cents.
A Few Handsome Canopy Parasols to be Sold at Cost.
An Elegant A ssortment of Dress Goods in All the Nowv Designs.
5 boxes Spring Flowers at Hlalf their Actual Value.
To close.out, Five dozen Ladies' Untrimmed Hats.
Another Lot Glass Ware Just Received.
bAs space does not permit, I will only mention i,few of the many decided
bar:gains which I have to offer to tho trade. This is one of the oppgti
mities which rarely p)resent themselves. You can save from. ten to fitoo
p)or cent., by giving my stock an inspetion before buying elsewhore.
447 LeadeErof Low Prit,.