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TJlE NEWS AND HERALD.
VINSolo, 'S. 0.
TflU18DAY, Oetober 14, : 1880
1W- MM.4NS YAA YIS EITOR.
N. J. ItRFNOLDS, AP-t0I0ATH EImT0on.
g'ME I) ENOCRA ATIC TICKET.
WxiNFIELD SCOTT 11.\NCOCKc.
J. D. KENx.DYr.
J. C. COIT.
For Secretary of State.
- t. M. Sums.
LiROY F. YOCaMANS.
For Supiverintondent of Education.
iuui S. TIIOMisoN.
For Adjutant and Tlnpector-Gleneral.
AtTIlUlt IM. MANEGAUI,.
For State Treasturer.
JOHN PE.:TNu .RICIAnoSON.
For Congren..-Fourth Iist.rict.
JOllN 11. lIeys.
For Solletor-Sixth Circult.
T. C. GAs-roX.
DEMOCRA TIC COUNTY TICKET.
For Stato Senator.
F.or It epresena tIves.
JoltN W. L~vi:s,
C(~u~lisi 1. T.i AsEl.u
JOHN 1). McC.I. .
Filr 1r00m110 n1tige.
.J. I. 3ov'I.I.:s.
For School CoililImmiionter,
JollN BoY I.
For County Comiuionerls,
11. Oscmlt Duluc,
Jon% A. JIhNNAN-r,
JAM.s R. IARtVEY.
C -onal:: S. IlIxNAN'I'.
NO TiINWIs HAVE IIEENl.CEIVi Voio
a year from01 Ile J1/ra/d ste'inne.,
Jeanmette, sent by Bennett to explore
the Arctic Regionis. Several vessels
hiave gono out in search of her, but, in
vain, aind it is fbaealed that she may
have been lost. With complete up
pllices, how11ever, and aibundant Suip.
plies, her crew can exist. IL )ong t imie
embedded in (lie ice. Stil'y took ia
lon'g (line to ret thiouglh Afrie, but,
succetleed at last. May the Jeainiette
be as fortunate.
. OItANT llAS (lOTTIN 111.iisl.:LF INTO AN
uinpleasant predlicamnt, by his~ un
seemuly attack upon IHancock. Not
-only 0on1his slightinig remarks as to
llnicock's vanity anid wveaknces, re
garded as emlanaionis f'romi a defteated
and disappoinited candnidate, but his
alleged1 fhets areC disproved i a n1u
bar of' inistanices. lie says that Sheri
dan dleposed the Louisiania Board of
Levee Conimnissjiners because they
swIidled te Stale, anid that il1ancock
re-app1ointod themi. Oni thie othier
hand, hiistlury shows that they were re
appintaied beforo t ho ex pi ration of
Shersidan's term), and t hat H anicock
hand nothiing to (10 with thtem. As to
Hanicock's never havig been thiought
of hii connlecttin withI the commitandi of
the Army of the Potoiinic, a brot her
oflicer atirmis in the Newv York 1Her
alti(liat afler (lie Mino ]Iiin disaster,
the removal of Meade was conitempla tedl
anid JIaicock, theni sufliering' friom a
wvound, wvas kept. ini W~ashinigton somec
timo by Staluton ihr the purpose oi
receiving the appo)1 itmient , but thant
hancock himself urged that further
time be given to Miede.
Grant also says that ini 186-1 t he
D~emocrat ic Nat ional Commiit.too east a
few votes for llancock for President
aind this ruined him and p~ut a Presi
dentialin bee In his bonint. It is now
said( thit 1llaincock receive'd no votes in
186.1, and not until 1808 did he receive
1.1 votes for thie Presidency. Ag~iain
they say that Ilanicock was relieved by
G rant in Louisiana bca~use leadlin
liep~ublicalns sad that G rantI could not
be nioiminatedl as I ur s his~ suibordi
nate, I lancock, was autagoiiizinig Ihadi
cai schiemies ini LuOhisiania.
.Andy Johnisoni alwvays swvore that
Girant had1 lied to himii. 18 t his~ a
chronic weakniess, or ha~d thle old mnaii
been takiing too inmehl (cea?
TIhe TLhree States.
West Vii riia, Ohio and13 Iidiamf
Voted oni Tuestbsdiy. West Virginia halin
obr Peverail dclcions been Deimocratit
by increcasing mnajoriies. Last Itin e ii
Ohio is normially liepublican. Jr
off years, and with a light vote, tha<
D~ieiocats have curried it. In P rei
dentlial conitests it hias beeni 1epulhica,'
wit h steadi ly decreasing~ lulajorities
Hayies beat Tileni oiily about five~ o1
six thousan1 ini a vote of over six hun
dred t housaiid. Ini 1878 the D)eino
craits iredisi ricted thie State anid electet
eleveni outI of twventy Coingressmnen
Last year the 1Itepublcans re-elnacteL
tl'e old gerryniaider. and1 expect t
elcet fouti ieen Congressmieni.
-Indiana was llepublican up t~o 187-2
wheiin lendricks wl'as elected goveriio1
by 01n0 thousand miajority, thiouagh ii
November it wont for Grant as agains
Greeley. Since then, it hias beet
Demiocratic by a plurality vote. Il
11 ie precsen1t Conagiess tunee are sl)
D)emocras, six Rtepublic ans and1 on
Greeianacr. Thei Demiociats expee
to gain I wo C'ongresclmen. 'The coil
otIn, (his Stato hats beent uuualb
htenied .At jholbyVIle, on aturday,
I Ite two P1artes got to fighting and the
Democrao shori'ir nas kiledI by a
Re0publican. Each party charged the
other witi the importation of' repeat
or. into the Slate, and with using' vast
sums of ioltey to corrpipt voters.
A YRIC BY rN18. CJAnA DAGI'AN MCTEAN,
BUNO AT THE URCENT UENTENNIALA CELE.
Here, upon utita lotNely ltelit,
nrn it storm andi bred it strifo.
Nursei by Na' ure's 8eret iniglit,
Frccdoin wolu tile bncm or ilfe.
Hongs of bird and ca it of kine,
Ffliriag lfon v oil ('ery trco,
Every mrtiitiltr of (.110 wind,
Impulse gave to Liberty I
Tihent nhe blew a bugle blast,
tStiinnloned till lIt yeont lent -
"Fre1111(14 lthe des~pot,'s hour, 14 pauit
I.t. 111 OW OUr veitsreance feelh "
Reoq theiy inl lierofe mnight,
1on(iimnen It'ed to be I ree,
Drew i it- sword of Jus Ic brliglt,
Struck for (Got and Liberty I
Come, ve gons of pn t riot. sires,
Who the Uyrlnki.'a power o'erthrew,
Htere. where hturyed t l'Itr betteoz. fires,
Light, yoir torches all tno w I
Till tils mountai's glowing crest.,
Hignalinh froin ,ea to sea,
15i1i pa'rtiiaT troin 1Est, to west"
Uio, Pence, and Liberty I
MElMOR rs OF .lm)oUNTv Z iON
A SlInting Appent that iho Old Olorts of
1loseltool i riot luried in Oblivion)--Ani
.Inte'rcting Letter' from tho Dnighter of
One of the Graiumites of Nearly a Century
The principal of Monet Zion has re
ceived ,the following lefter from i nat
live of Wimisboro, a former student of
Mouit. Zion, aiid a gentlemni highly
esteemed .troug'hout tle State. It is
a privtte lef te, but it is so full of'
finlcrest, hreatih es sutch a spiri. of' pa
triolism And oflers sitehi admiible Sug
gestioins, that we take the libertly of'
piblishing' it, as well as the letter
wic1 it accomiplinied. Monit Zion
was incorporated it 1773, 111d has al
r'e(yIV pasHse:1 her centelitial. The 8o
ciety ill in ctive existence, and it
should hived Col. Aiken's suggerstisons
inl co-opeIatling with the plincipal to
gather all thie traditions of tle college
anmd school and all events of intercket
connimected with it. The uggestion of'
a Lyeceumi should not pass unhetlceded.
Ilenty of abilify etit be Found inl
Willnsbolo to m1iake it a sutcess. We
commtuetId the letter tle catref'ul Con
siderationi ofal the members of the
society'. Itis as follows:
Cniml-swox, S. C., Oct. 8, 1."0.
J11R. It. 31eaUns Davis, Pri .cipat -3t.
Zion, Winnsbor'o, AS. C.:
For,111N man yars I have been ImI
pressed wvifth the tvast importance of'
r''Seliing fromt utter oblivioni the verv
inlteresting but unritteti history' of
Milounitt. Zioi, file venerable Ilistililioni
ovel' whose dl(inic. you nlow so ie
eeplatly preside; Anld have lisitned
w%-ilh liliall r-everencve to any recital
o' falets or inei'orabili, 'r'oit ifs
aium i or friends for years ba'k,
but haive fiiled to piwes-erve them. A
Aw weeks back ac'cident threw me intto
thei comipanyu1' of' a v'enertable tanl intel
ligent tnafti'o of' this city who spoke
kindly and f'hmuiliarlv of' my f/m
Ma/ter?, antd I Ithtoughit I lhat lit t 1'i ties
so full of' interest to mie would noi
dhoubt equally intere'st, hutntdreods of
othlers, antidtmp0 in op tr hnd s t'otuld be
tmade, vaiitluale ma: trial i illu1st raln 1
the histor'y and honoin g thle miemor )'v
of' one' of' 1hle oldest and tuost (dist in
guishied literar~ iy his? ittions in the
State. Mountt Ziont is inow apprtoach..
ing heri ('entenitals. Who ca n esti
miate thle iini tluee (i' hier labor1s toir
the patst, hundredi('( yearUs in tihe pulpit.
ate of the 1. nit ed States? 3Many still
liv'ing look hack with sat isftact ion to
the itachin~gs of' a Stattibrd, an 100n
mtondos, a II udsoni, and time will
dioutitless reC'ord( thle viities anid erutdi1
tion of' a long line of' lit erary succees
sot's. It it. wise or1 ptot ie 'r grt'it
t'ul ini tihe liresenit gentertion0 to6 ignioreO
all Itt has beent doine tor' them, and1(
let the dead past. bury the dead1, or
shiotil the livintg pre'senit endevori' to
keel) abrieatst wiLth thle ittellectal pro
gr'ess of' the titme? Why has hats theree
niot been thouish~uil1in ulethe 'shadel oIf
Motolt Ziont for' y'ears' a I.veenma like
thaitt ini Cher'iawv, whlie th Ie eutu tred
tin md of' the town has given atud'ence
to thle briigtest. intellects oft the SI ate?
'lThese' t hioughts, so hurr'iiely thi'owni
t ogefther1, s6) chu'y1151 e (xpre'sed~ , havi e
r'e'ceipht of' the e in'losedtl. '1 conf ess t hat
II th a ld ohehele that the t ime, ihe
nutmi and1( thle duity had1( consp~i'ehd to
make this appeal to yout to 'ommtiI'ee
aten iirry on t this loving work. You
onkti find inanv' liviing wh'o could aid
y''ar's more)1 will have ipassedl to tha ot
boturie w hencie nto It'raveler' re(turn's. All
this mutst f'nrnisht iny apioloply for this
cinmun~ iltionw~ich I rstadle
~l'ie wiol. reei t'ou reipect l conl
.leliev'e me1, miy dear' sir,
Your I obed dint se''~rant,
61. 1). Antnix.
The following Ilter will recall tihe
fac0t, not ~trenerally 011 reinem eed, that, at.
the be'gininig of' its hiistoryv, M\outit
Zion wa's a r'eguilar'ly chartered college,
that it gave' dhiplomas of' gi'aduttition,
andit wa's itt ftedd lar ge'ly by stuidet'fs
friom thle low-coiunt ry. I ndeed, atmng
time inlcorphortortms of thme Society were
lhe leadoinig meni of' the day in thie
State, and at least half' of' thte members
lived int (Chiar'lest on andh on the coat.
We would he mnnehm pleasedl to receive
the personal inocidlent s alluded to in
te let'. I t is as f'ollows:
lautr Srun-Agr'eeably' to y'our re
cett rettest, I ntow cheer'f'tlIly turntisht
yout tcrh noteS ini 'onntectfion w ith
ou.Ziln I ollege, Winnsbploro. Fatir
fIehd couty,~' 8. C ., as my abdii v en-.
ablles me to do. My ft hiher' Col.
W.'illiami Coteswortht in ckney, 'was at
rciadiuate of' t hat tottittin , cithler ini
the year A. 1). 1791) or 1791. Alv
mtemory' does not recall with cer'tahimt'v
lie exacet datc-whether in t he autumb111
of' '9O01or sprlinig of' '91--and( motst till
f otunoatel V my ppers r'elat ing to h
ohllegiate ecour'se, mlu~tding his ''Vale'
other literary treaCusuries duriing the
latte so-called'eivil war. Accordinig to
C 'hcock, his life-long fi'end as well as
re'lat ive, wa~s a membewr 01' his ches.
The prIesident, of' theo College ei, that
peiohd w~as --- McCall, of01 whose
ch'aater andl( attinimenits tmy fatthei
Ioflen 'pol o in termns of' warmniest com
meno datlin, regarding himii as a n
oinmitentif tdl for thte postion hc(
Pk*L!I'28 ,N 7 ai. H ii IL1. IWOM.
"Well, say," said (nie of our be
young mon at a North. 11111 iop ti
othe'r ovoning "you know 'bout ti
fellah Hancoofc? Well, say-ho ail
sameo one() that's pl(eielt of an insu
ance company, is ie? Writes aw fl
ly coarsoliatd, yott kInow ?"
"Naw," replied the best youn' 111
address, lie s 1111111 that signed "consi
tutionl of United States; great polili
clan, I reckon. Had a row with Go
Waishilngtoni at battle t' Mont mouth
"UInw, noP" interposedi a tillrd be
,man, "'tain c that fIlal. Gad, h
dead, mn; 'pon mlly soul Ito is."
"Well, say," exlaitimed the first be
young man, ''whelt'd lie did?"
."Ca't 61aY, 'i sure," replied il
toird best yoing man, who apear<
to bena young man of broad inforim
in On1 geeICral topics, "but I kno
he's dead. This I ltancock's a minlitar
man ; Colonel in -the army, and Go
(11101r of 80110 istld near1 New York
The other best young meni gallther
iroid hini with it conmon expre
sion of the liveliest interest. Finall
ono of them asked:
"'Well, say, what's ie want to rt
for President for, i' ie's Governori
"Don't know,"said ote well-infiorii
Od best Young m1ani, "but g uess he0 I1
to. B'Iieve after a fFeltal's been Go
urnor of an island for 'bout so long i
he, has to retire, ni' if le can't get 1
Ile i'esideit, lie hats to-hasn't g(
nothing to do, you know. I doll
know just how it Is."
"Welljj sav, who's this lr1eachler ft
lah, Garfield, that's rut'iiii the Dei
trats for Presidenlt ?" asked the fir
best young lntu, after an intelligel
"Don't kinow 1 much 'bouit him," sai
the well-ilformed young mn; "he
beenl President onc, I knlow."1
"Talkinit' 1man or dlamcini' man ?" as]
2d tle third bust voung man11m.
"Ohio matl, I f)'lieve they call him
4aid (te 'well-in ztmed best yotin
"What's that?" asked the other b
VotuIg m an in intalligent choris.
" i'ol iy sohl, 'ldoni't know," r
1)(ied the well-inforimed best Voun
man, frankly. "Some kind of a--c
Lh - -r--kind of a t mani-[ don
know 'im sue."
And1 just then tie hand stiruc'k ul
tind e thve best waltzers in (tie roo
acased talkiig politics and ahanldomt(
h1O .prof'ounld stut l ' s tatecrtil I
in ill tle qiddv azes of the danc
the glory 01 thie lani(d of f'rcedoi at
the Pride of society is its young mec
Sulnusr:n Tio n.vrT.-Old Jol
Morris. a Lit tl lIot-k iegro, hit it~p
lth eai. of Ta i imer aiti-bilious pill
.iOlipoun(dcd, a1s tie declared, accor
mug to a recipe obtained ol'the lm
livtfer. lie sold some t-) a wonn
who died soon aler taking them. Jol
was arre-Aed and laken lo tie coin
where the following dittloguo tot
" Where did you get the mnedicit
yolu p'ave I hie woim a?"
"I l1nde hilt firm t'rections sent t
inle by Dr. Tanner."
"What are its component parts?"
"llit's mtatde Outen roots fronm 0
revotit' an1d leaves finn de tree(. Do
V(er waliter buy a bottle. Jelhee?"
"No, sir, I doni'(. The cllart
agaitt yout is at seious onme. W1t
"Whyt, Jcdlge, do nmedicine didi
kill th i' oimn.'"
"Why, Jethgd(," 'ant died obh
sur'prise. Yer i'see shte hadu beeni tki
tit didnt't do her nto good. Site (did1
hab) inieb conid~ience in inv michin
itndi lien shte tuck it an' ithun' that ( Ii
went rigt ter wiirk tearin' att the c
11ers ob (It blIiiusss, hi it i-prise
lor' sitprisini' anybvlody to deathI. El'
momie an1' (eIlIs you a good pioec <
IIQws, anl' you tatlls deadl~, do Ilaw cat
ibil ine 'sponisibtle. Ani'''rdiii (er
lea'th I, de law (all't put~ d1eclaumps<
T'he .Just ice is conisideriing thle po0in
)l'.lhn's ar'gilinent, bt Johna is st
A ssoc'iA'lTION or Omn MA J)s.--TI
Did .laidts' Assocliation1, of' (;eln
30amity, Ohio, had atP(h p Oil on the lalt
'(centt Iy ad mu1t~lsteredC( eighty-Xsix ou
'his~ soietd wa fli outtgrowv(th of' 11
10our, and was or'g'anizedl ini 18i2 bv
>Wv of' younhg ldies whiose brt'e
lid Sweetheats wer'e fIihtg fot' the
-oun11t'y anmd left them witiot tihe Ir
<Ouirces oft'male~ eiscorts. except Itie la
.rai'ds whotI rnemtained at home. U.
w'illiing to necep1t the gailatryt of thte
b'oun g mten, the yoitog laddies pre'fe
edl to) depen~d 111on themselvecs, mi
9ut. oft revenlge I the gailliant s dlluli
hose mideendentt damt~sels "O)
nen01 andc mtatde it. thteir'own. A humior'oi
30onstitution1 and by~-laws were draft<
b~y Ml's. C. I. Henrlty, then a slng
roung lady, and onte of the fouinde
>f' thle inst i iutin. Man w'as dleclar'(
the "uommlfon enemtyv" and 0one of (.1
~hief' objects of' the society was a co
tmuedO( warit agatinst his advantes. I
was _religioiusly excluded frlomt 41
mieetmtis, and1( a special clause Of ti
by'-laws stid thbat any member wvJ
shtould m Iiarry should be fined one hit
iired big coer~~i cetits and shlould I
brantided withI tar' ont theo soles of ht
dione it ." The beauitifutl coniststeni
of' wVoman's niaturo wIll be ap)preciat4
whean it, is knowni that every one
thle chrtei' memiber's and unearly all
wish our1 reader's to underOtstand~ thi
we' r'egalrd lmndiaina as hopelessly Dem
oceratic, or that we conside' thlje ek
Ilon (of the Deumocragtic G~overnaor'
October as an asermtained fact.; on11
contrarny, we have str1ong hopeos th
Itte 1 eputblicns will be able to ok
thir Stat e ticket; but11 at the sailme lii
wO it.'e aware that the D~etinoerats haii
been mi thle majoi'ity for' years-thi
Ithey renhize how lttpor'tant thte rest;
5 14o them~l. Theyw~ haive atll the 1m10n1
thoen (' se1 1 for1)1 lorru'Ipt ion mrlil)5
and from lng andl( succssful practi
tthey kntow hocw and by what means11
perpetuante I th' politl conit rol InI i
State. Shtould t hey carrt' the State
Octob~e' it will 1)e mter'ehltoldintg th<
(own. It will be no 'gaimn' to them ai
no 'loss' to the Reputhllcans."
.TMPrnANT---..Do not let, your di't
gist. palmt of'oni yo any newv, et
remedy for co1(1s wheni von intqul
for' Dr'. ull's Cough Svi-up, ory
will be disappolited. Price 25 cCntU
-ray ycur su bscription -
7= -'~.*. 1 V
ccup)IedI, behag both learqed and
de0voutly plotis7.' think Mr. McCall
was a Olergymnilk. I ami1 niot; deIiling
W11rsona0 history, or I coutld add sunldry,
Items comected w-ith ny revered
father's life while a student of "Old"
MIountl Zion College, which might be
Interesting toyou, and which aire so
dear to me. hoping, hzowover, that
the few (ited may be satisfaetory, I
rcItlan, vOry r'esphCI l ly,
Your obedient sorvant.
SUSAN 8. P. MAOwOOD.
Charleston, 6th Oct., 1880.
A Qsiet Election nid un Unprecedentedly
L.irgo Vote Polled-No) Dollnito I nforna
tion In to (1 Result.
INDIANAPOIs18, IND., October 12
2.20 P. M.-Tho election in this city
and throuiglhout tihe State, so far as
Ivard from, is passiig oil very quietly.
There are no indicatiOns of 'any ti'
turbance froi ily quarter. Bisiness
is generally sispended, and a very full
voto will be polled. Only tw'> or
thre arrests have becn inale lhore by
7.40 P. M.-The election passed of'
quietly anid no disturbaneco had beeu
reported from 1Iany quarter when ile
polls closed it 6 o'clock. The Vote
polled is very Ja'rge, but there is noth
in" to indicate the result as yet. In
th1s city (here was Colsiderable
Scratchin. on the calldidates for (1oV
Pr1r101' ani Coigressmen. Comparisons
oil reurnis will ho made with tleh volo
for Governor 1876. The ticket has
twenltyv-nine names. and no Counting is
to be donc1 until after Ihe close of the
polls. It will necessarily be lte before
Inuch reliable news can he had.
INDIANA.\oL.Is, October 12.-Sixteeri
Iidiaia precincts show a Denocratic
gai of 22.
WASINGTON. Ocober 12.-A dis
patch from Imliana polis to ile corre
sponldenit of the Cincinnati ElqluirerM)
(cliliq I lie election of, Landers aind the
whole Democratie Stie ticket.
]NiANA.\os, October 12.-Thirty
tive Indiana precinicts show a lRepub
licam guin of 76. Returns come in
10.40 1. M.-ietituris fromt fort v-five
Imliana precincts give a Epulblican
gait of 161).
Cmemc.mo, October 12.-9-10 P. M.-I
Schuylerki Colthix telegraphs from South
lleid, Indiana, that. Pemim, Warden,
Clay, larris, ,ion ad German
townships, in . Joseph's colluty, give
I1 mNIlajlrity For ileter, llepubfican1
t gai smi e the last Governor's elec
lion ot 67, and 1G4 iln th1e State election
two vears ago. Two wards of South
lenmi( give 101) RIpublican gain suice
I he last city election. This is the first
Vte of the State electiona by wards.
^t 7RALLY 1.; cowxutfr a.
Loig Torch-Linist.' n
by Sena1turm lhan11picati 11nd1 1t,114-ner.
ail Mlolau aind Others -Goenwrnil Enthusi
(Sptre'l to tihe Nws and CottriH.)
Cotit'.%l.\, October 12.---The i)emo
erats of, .lieblanid county, who werle
Iliiithgh to ie asleep, have proved
th lenbiselv thle grrand deionstIra
titins to-Iight it) be widte awale aid
fu11 o entihusiusin. The Ieol~e ot'Co
hunbia call lit longerv be charge-psd wi tn
indifference and lialih. The torchl
light, w'oces.in forneti inl fr'ionat of' (fihe
po~stoilice att 8 o'clo('k.a and, headed by~
ihe Colutinbiua Cor'net i hinid, nin-chiel
down~~ Aiilaini street. t) I lhe Statc-I louse
yard, w here a stand wa':s 0reted. TUho
hunmd red perisonIs, all of' whocim ('arrlied
(orces.~la I lhe rianks werei se vera'l
buliiredi't negroe. When the coluiiin
begi to miove the Columabia Flying
Artitllery' begantiinga"*(l enonon, andl
'onlt inueod iunt iIlie stand waus reaclch.
31any ladies were at the State II oise,
uand by the time the spaking~i begani
the criowdt 1had swollen to larg~e propor'
A t, 9 o'clock Jutd'eJ.Q Maha,
onty~ ch iaia, cal led thie ameet iin'
to order an li'odluced( thle Iiris~.t speak
er'i, Senator fliuler', whio wags .riece't l
with wild chieeriing by wvhiies and
bilacks. lie miade a furict',~ rign
Senlator' limpton was the nlext
8pealker- Wh'lenm he1 s.tepped utpon the
atsli and prml aoloinged (cheein1g. Ilanp
lou spo1k13 for aout ten mnies with
greas':t ('li'et. lie was frequentIIly iinteir
ruted0( witlthhplause. 1j(e was f'ol
Iowed( hy (Gen E. W. Aloise, who was
(3loqutenit, anid eleganmtit in his short
whlo heads thle t icket. as catndidatte ficr
the I .egisliaure, was loudly' ctaled for
and reson'~wded ini ai iorcibl'e aind beau..
'ii'l addr'ess, wa'hich el icitid wilId
bur msts ofapplause'. C'ol . .1lhn C. II as
kell tollowed in a speech replete with
!.goodlB mlice!11( andtloient senltiimlenis.
Mir. Johnm C. Seegeris', one0 (ot ouri most
est imablde Germana Oil izenis, who lis one111
of' thle D eamocrlalic niine forC thie111
Legislaiturle, in r'esplonse It) thle turgent
demandllos ot the c'rowdy caime foi'wardl
uamh del~iered one0 of his~ unlliiic and
teliiitN offl-handl( spe(ches, which was
hertl e~oyed Iand1 especially hy the
colored( part1t of the( assemblly. ' . C.
0. Mlarshall, also a c3iadidate for the
iA'gislatu, fo( Illowed ini a very power
fuil speech'i, pr1ov ing)'I himself' to be a
speaker'i of' ne mean ailitv'. Malor
,1 aies ( . (iibbes. being lomiihly, called
t<,>r, madte ('ne oft his alinilsaing ind~ coni
vmemycita shpIerbes. fullI of' a ppriopriate
an Iecdotes, w ich wenit homae to his
Th'le mteeting was closed1 at a late
liourn the crowd rem aning atllie lime
ando givmiag close at telt ioni to the speak
em's., Everythling passed clfi uietly.
N unbei's of ihepubicans were on
time outskir'ts of' the crowd. Thme maeet
ing wits by fari the Imost spir'ited bel
duing this canvass in Richlamnd countv.
WN'rm i-:n io nx A Com.;v.--Youmg
3i'. La'ehours was .sit tiing oni the porch
time other mighit watching a sevenlteen
v'ear'-old girl try i ng Ito keep awake
long enoutgh to see . lie mcrm inig slam
wa'ish I was a star," lie said, s'milintg at
his own1 Poetic lhiey. "I1 woul rath
em' you werie a comnet ," she said drieaim
ly. 1ihs arait beat mtilnl tiously.
"'Amnd wh'y ?" lie asked Ienmdemly, at ie
samie tim I tncakinag hem' unaresist ig Ilittlec
hands(13 in. his ownii? "antmd 'whv? lie re
peatedl impertiously. "'Oh,'" ' she said
w ih a i.r'oodtingr earnelstnmess t hat, ell
Impon Is soul like a bar'e thot. on ia coldI
oilelth, "because theim vou would omnly'
comme iirnttiid ofi(o ermy I ,400 yearis 1''
1( ledi't. say anythming uintihlibe w~as half
wayv to the friont. gate, when lie turaned
ar'ounid amid shook his fist at the house
anmd multtleredl between his teeth that
'by the dads, It would be a thndi~er
mua' sight longer' than Ithat befor'e lhe
(..imme arioundn again." But. by (hint.
thne the Poem' girl was in bed andu
-Sbsrin o u NEWS AN ])[I gn
TIM LlPrLE MEPICIE CHEST--May Appic
0 iUver Pls tire the most j (liable in thq world,
and ientirely vege blo. Prie l5 cents for large
boes., Sol y a Druggi sttsIn00cunty.
r- AIACON, GA., July 1, 1879.
I have tsed ihooniold's Stock Feed on in)
horses with the beat results. I hld one horht
turned over to tilo for which the owner would
have taken $25,and after treating him with thle
Stock Feed for two weeks, I consider lam worth
$15". My Wife has tried it, alco: on her chickens
- which Wei re dying rapidly with choleta. and shit
dId dot lose one after giving the ilrstdose.
Proprietor Livery Stable.
Sold by all Druggists In this count.y.
CoLMBUs, on., Aug 24 1877.
DR. J. . MoFFETT-Dear Doctor--4e 1aV
you "Tecthlinn" (Teetinig Powders) to ou
litt11e grandchild withi the eapplIest results. The
to effcts were aliost magieal and certainly inor
alfactory aIt-hant from mything tre ever iteed.
Yours Very truly,
JOSEPl '8. KEY,
Pastor of St. Paul Church.
ly A UGUSTA, GA., Feb. 0, 18is.
I take plensure in saying that I have used Dr
,, Moffettls TEETIIINA for my infant wifh entirc
satisfaction, It flly 1ndIM piensantly nccorn
Slislies the purposes for which it Is recommend
ed. .CIIAS H. STAPLES.
Y DO YOU WANT IiEALTl?
W11hy wil ye die? Deoti, or what is worse
is tl inevitable result of contintuo: suspenslor
)f of the menstrual low. It is a coidition wici
shouli not be trifled with. 1inmediato rolle
Is tie only sareglard against, constitutiiona
1- ruinI. In all CaHC (if siuppressoin, Suspension
L or other irregularity of tile "courses, Brad
tleld':i Fcnal-. iiegttlator li the only sure remo
dy. It acti by giving tone to the nervous call
ts tre, uinproviig the Glood and determining di.
1 ri-cy to tle organsof menstruation. It is P
legitimat~e proecription, and (lhe most inteill.
genltphysiitis ite it. Prepared by Dr. J
i11'tihe'l, Atlanta, 0aa. $1.60 per bottle. Sohl
by aIl druggists.
NOTABULOA, ALA., Jilly T, 1877.
- Drndiel's Femnle IRegulator has been thor
oughly tested by tile i at great variet-y of cases
alld I 1u111 fully convilneed that It, is 1unlrivalec
ft for all that class of diseases which it claims t<
It cure. J. C. II US1 , 11. 1).
Mestrs. LMar, Rankin & Laina'; Gentlemen
d A inemht'r of my family whoin I feared ha
Consuimption is been entirely cured by th-2
use of Brewer's Lung Restorer. His condiltio
was very nlarming to all of us, antid we (ti
every tillig ive couli tlilnk of to tenelit, litin,
wIt 0hot success, until I got hi111 a battle of you
Lung nestorer. Ile began to improve after the
firat dore au(1 before lie had taken two bott le
was entirely eured, where I feared no cure wn
possi ble, anti I Inost cer.uily reconimmend it, t<
ll who Ilave any), 1i-fectionls of the lungs. IHe
t was coughing and spitting all the thne, so in
cessanty Mit It, prevented his sleeping al
ilght. and 11hat little sle p he got did not, ro
fresh h1im in tite least. Iind but, litt le aippetitl,
o. and sInce he began the tse of Brewer's Li
Itestorer has slept well a1nd his appetito Is vera
iatteh better. I have never seen anythnlig nc
So promiitly an(1 effeet. at eltre in ssort, nt 31time1
Wishing yott gieakt, sUcces and ic(ping th11
above Inly influence Inally to try Y1-6wer':
Lung lRestorer where they need a imiediei tc
strengtlen and restore tie Luugs toa healthy
coudit-1lon. I amn very respectfuly.
d1 c u3ntS. E. J. WILLIAMS,
o 2 Washington Av. near WVesleyan .FeinalR
'IConek e. -
S d o015 by the Druggists of this County.
- T 4F A M.3E
Iv. a is. .
Y 'E itIY, ltSTON COTNTY, 0A.
We hnve known it'IS'.s S3yhlillitic
I, itdin I nliedi..of obstI.tlle casof Syphilla
.3Iercutrial hinatism, Serofla, ete. It mnadc
tie tost pe)rfeMt and permanent cures in ceIi
l tlugh L. Drennard, El Wnrren
Sin 1). Killen. .J. W. Whlnhieilv
Jvlg(e(f Co. Court, J. 0. lilbert., Drug't.
r J L. WIarii, of J. W. .1ann,
J. W. LaMtiriop & Co.. tComtey I-t'ensurer
8:lV.11a1 Wa. Wil. 1). Pierce Seriff,
Ed. Jacksion, U. (". I)tancain
DC ~)"l't Ci'k Sttp'r Ct. Day & Gordon
We are ncquiahinted with ihe gentlemen whos
Siginat 111r4s a p'liar to the tyb'vi' cert itleat te. They
I nI'l -itzensof said (otinty, of Mie ighest re.
Itplctakbligy and t'haraucter. A. S. O i LES,
ordinary Hloustoni Co. .
Clot k Sutperior Court. llotston countly. Gn,.
tors, lin' li many of the ge~thteenl ;uhose sig a1
a tres !;pear'i tile(n foursing Ctlcinete's. T.lhe,
nl.te men1 of hIgh chafrneter and3( stand~l ig. '
A. I1. Coll.QUITTi,
'I'l E W! T SPCIFC Governior 03 GeorgIn.
THilaSWa, (PIFI. CoMPANY, P'roprietorn
Sold by na D~rngglsts in~ tils county.
n ll forl at copy of "Young Meni's Fi~end."
A NEW4- KIND) OF WATCH CASE.
rt Neweas it,1Is only within the Iast, 1ev
I yea~nrs that1 it.in habeeni improv'01ed and brough
b ithlin tile reach of every one: old In principla
't bencu3'. ile arst tinvenition wias made and L,
Ie first Ilatent takenl out nearly twenty years ago
ice n n'(lt CaseS mlilde ait that1 time11 and1 WOrna OVeL
rsince, 3nre nOn ily as good as nowy. nend1( th1e fol
nl howinig wicisi~ onl 0 on1 e 00of the many 1hun(
diecdi; your jeweler's can tell of slinilar oneOs:
s 3i ANSFISL.D, PA., May '28, 1878.
II I lhave a enlst'omer wrho caried one of Ilos)
P'atent, east-s Etfteen years and1( I kneiw It 1,w
years befoicelie got, it, and it now appears gooi
I for ten years longer. 11. E. OLNEiY.
R ttemebe tha t, Jas. Rloss' Is the only paten
e.ense madie of two p'.tes of solid geld (one 031t
lsIde and1( one iniside) coverin~g every part (iX
10 posed to wear' or sight. The great, ndvanltang
aof these plates is appairent to every one. flose
?sIs 1.h1 only paicent CalsO with wich1 there I
.iven a writ ton Warranit, of which the followin:
is a fad-simile;
d e htyu gea. tileuranute wUhNacER as
a. Ask your jeweler for iliustrated catnaiogue.
Ie eO -lyfmnchl
rif A RIE now ol'iering for' thle iluspecti1
f:.of thle citizeiis of' Faitleld thcol
w FALLS ANID INTER~ STOCK. Eaci
departmntt of Dress Goods, Dr'
Goods, Clothing, Genits Goods an'~
atHats, is full til with goods that hI
lt been CAltEI'ULLYN SELECTED~I
I The quality of' our Goods is FJRS'J
.CLASS, andA they wvill be sold as lov~
1a8as anyb)ody can or Will sell them, '10
ociann to be
HE AD)QUAIRTI ERS
ccFor all goods1 in ollri lie. In Slhoe;
Wf we1 aresecondt to inone. Inl qualitj
It t hey are ats good as are shiownl in thi
ssell theo following brands, and thia
c ver'y pair' ai'o wu aantd:
We havie sold those branlids for TI'EI
IYEA RS, and they have alWays glyci
enltir'e satisfaction. As foir prices, ito
body shallt undersaell us.
ro) We havo a nico line of Carpets of
hand, and are still selling the celebrat,
ed1 'EARL4 SHIRT, as we can find nt
IMcMABTrER, BIRICE & KETCINN
I 4112 -' I
- D Co 00 W.~OO WO1T
Dry Gods, Boots, Shoes a, ,ts
DESPORTES & EDIMIUNDS9
(WRIGHT'S HOTEL BLOCK, COLUMBIA, S. C.)
ALWAYS RELIABLE 1
N O B OA S T IN G!
TT IS well known throughout Fairfield county that the old established
ihouse of F. ELDER & CC. is always on the square. We sell our cus
tomers goods once, and they come back. Why'? Because we are reliable
and sell only goods that give satisfaction. Our
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
Of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Gents' Furnishing
Goods and Notions, is complete.
Our Grocery, Crockery and Woodenware Department is fully up to the
PRICES AS LOW
as anywhere elso. We invite yonr attention and inspection. We can
suit the tastes of every one.
F. ELDER & (0.
THE GREAT ARCADE
W INN S B 0 R10
JS now being filled up with one of the finest stocks of Dry Goods. No
L tions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Clothiig, Glasswaro and Crockery, Tinware,
Woodenware, Willowwarre, etc., etc., etc., ever brought to the upper part
of the State, every departicut being rcplete.
I am preparing for a campaign which the people of South Carolina havo
not witnessed sinco the days of Washington.
Pleads at the bar of public common sonse, and right ,here we advance
Onr unfatilinig argoincnt~s
B3LACK AND MO~l'[NING DRESS GOODS.
Nun Cliothi, English Crapes)C,
CasroI 1'V, VOelvot.inois,
M\IMNA&U G Ui
6,000 Yards Standard Prints 6 cents.
4,000) Yards Standard Priints (ij cents.
8,000 Yardsu Stamndard Prints 7 cents.
200 Pieces D)uess Goods at 811and 10 cents,
8 0 Pieces Wool Flannels 12c. up to $1.00.
40 Pieces Cotton Flannel 9c. up to 22c
-60 Pieces Kentncky Jens at 10, 15, 20, 26, 35, 40, 45 and S0c.
MIMNAUGH'S SHIRiTS 1 500 Unlaundriedl Shirts at 25 cents, worth
60 and 75 cents everywhere. JUST THINK OF ITP I
FROM THE HUB.
10 Pieces Fruit Loom at 10ie. by the piceo 100 Pieces Standard 4-4
at 9c., sold everywhere at 11 and 12&c.
1,888 Yards Embroideries from Auction at half price-4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 15,
20 and 26 cents. TO THE LARGE BUYERS SPEIAL PIItCES.
TILE LEADER EVER I
30hn L. Mirnnaugh.
TH-E DAVIS VERTICAL FEED
CH ALLEKGEjs Ti1fJE WOR fLD TO PROWDUCE~ .1TH VQUA I
ET Onue thuousand( dollars rew~aid oic('o a nypro haw1 10a ra
a an'eo ok, anid (10 1t as wello re~ otoh an persojn at a w:ilb do e ogra
hei "h>A VIS VTEllTICA L lFEE[) $~ na ne(a aAsI~ Acan ene for
lhe conutest will be made withu -1) ~( h I tgt - o Atfrragemoents for
reward, within a reasonaable timei. ui teu p-ca~o 15 rtheI ve-name
D)AV.18 8IWING MACH INE CJO,
cnetheri large lot of the above Machncs and i o Improved Weed just -ro.
I cel e(1.J. 0. Bo.a o, Agent.
1hitenan Coored Piqlios, Dess Goods ,in variety, Illusion, Silks, Satins~
Belts, Linen and Lace Collars, 1FcHo r, ao Bvonytlits, Rnchinl
found na fist-class Dy Good1s, Fancy Goods and cvigor e .Els
mn t.yowher e t l 'on want aait eonably as saine goods. cajt bobboughb