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T11E NEWS AND H ERALD.
WJNN8liolto, S. C.
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-49. .. ENOLD8. Assoc:.m ED
72FE DQMOCR ATIC ricKEM'
WINFILD1 SOOTT INOK
WILLI~AMr It. Exo rL[Sa.
For Governor. .
For 4eet-nry otf futr.
-.. M. Slm.
IAnor F. YoxMANS.
For Superintenra cf of .arion.
JIilli S. TuoMP's.N.
For Adjutant and Inspecto.r-Gene rail.
AitriwUt Al. MANI0AIl'-r.
For State TrenArer.
JonN1- PET.l1 ICilAltSON.
For Congress--Fourth District.
JoiIN II. EvuNS.
For SeIlettor-Sixth Circuit.
T. C. GASTON.
For State Senator.
IiNiY A. G.1ruA RD.
Joii x W. LI.-:s,
CTI.\Rcs, E. Io1311AI,
Gt-:ouH. I. MCMASTER.
Jov 1). MCCAnI.B:T.
For Probate Judge.
.J. R. BOLFS.
For School Commissioner.
For County Commissioners,
It. Os.A DUKE.
Jouxs A. IJIN-ANT,
J.~nEs IL. IIAuIvEY.
Gl-:ono; S. lIXXxI-T.
OLE Bui.I's REMAINS w Eln: followed
t the grave by twenty thousandl of his
countrymen, and his funeral oration
was delivered by the celebrated poet,
Bjorustjerne Bjornse,n who made the
gralestoeftort of his life. Was it Ole
Bull or his fiddle that achieved this
JOHN SHERFMAN, IM A IIECENT SPEcI,
said: "And now you are asked to sur
render all vou have done into the
inds of Wade Hampton and the
ku-klux and the little seginent ot' the
North that is called the Demiocratic
party." Thereupon General ilaipton
wrote and asked Sherman whether lie
nit to say that he was ku-klux.
Sherman ldenied this charge hut as
serted that the methods by which tile
Boith was made solid were virtually
the kui-klux policy, and that by tlieit
Hlampton's boasts are made good.
Senator Hampton realfed that in miak
ing the remarks Sherman uttered what
was false and what he knew to be
faise, and gave his address. Sherinan
now~ saysi that the charges he made ini
his ettr h beievs t betrue, not
withistanidinig Sentilor Ihlmp1ton's deC
niail, andi gives the corresponideince to
the press. John is not spoiling for a
fight, by no ineans, but he insists on
lyintg about the South neverthieless.
Tm:l RAnicI('~.s, Ir IS sAID, wu1..L No-r
put np a State ticket, but will work
f'or Garfld and fir three Con~gress
men31. The Gireenback State t icket
will supply' their deliciencyv, we pie
sumne. They aire radlly inig the Ih ithfu l
with the greoate.t deCspeniain an' I
arousing feelings morie hi uer ee
thian those existinig in 1.Et. T11'
will be beaten, but theyv will de
great deal of hiarm by Mirin u: I
Democratsi be awake. Not i .a
are left for solid and itub;:n ia iu Ir .
Let it be put ini livly. 11:1 live~wr
better. If the 1';irit. I maneei:
utot wrought up to th oi'lim iw Iial by
elect ion (day, we w ill be holy ni -
taiken . Not only thle Statei ando i munty
tickets, but linicock and E~vins w il
receive a vote ini Fairfield that will
show where this county at hea-t he
longs. Nothinig less t han a thousand
mlajority for 1 1ancock and Evins will
Mlessrs. .Editors: BRelievinig that
our community feels i nterestedP in the~
Virginia Military Inustitte, alt Lexing
toni, Va., which gave the Mount Zi
School of our towni three scholarships
one of which still remains open1 t<
competition, I make the following ex
tract on the subject of hazing fromI
letter to mec by Cadet J. K. Aiston, o
the Institute: ''Knowing that al
graduates and cadets of the Virginii
'alilitary Institute feei ani interest ini bei
welfare, I have darcd to trespass on
your time andi to solicit your aissistainc<
in her behalf. Gecn. Smith, the Su
p~erinitendent, add ressed thle corps oi
the subject of haezing, and priovei
conclusively to us, that It, was doingt
the school a great deal of harm, anm
unsked all cadets who had the interes
of the Institute at heart to aid in sup
pressing all disorder arising fromt thi
eause. Very neady every one ini th~
e >rps agreed to lend their aid In thi
wyork, and It was resolvedl that th~
ecrps would discouintenanuce aN formna
of hazing." A N Om, GnADUAnI.
A correction.-A prominent candi
date, lvinug not far' fr'om (Galvesioi
avennue, came home the other nighi
from~ the ward meeting in a rather (Ie
Ills wife remarked, among~ oths:
things: "Juat see how you solled you,
clean shist bosom drinking beer.. Oh
"M ishtaken, my dearesht dar'llngsh
fliat's beer I *didn't drink. Do yer un
der-under-uindrstanud whazzer shay?'
-'The bathing suit woi-n by th
boys along the nIeer n'onts Is very
sun jleav sukIQxpesible. It conista
of a wada ottonin ea,.iemu..
17T M' It USIAN1.~ 1.vQviSJI10M. I
Why the Caas Sahjects Rjatog at the Die
peaance of the rhird BeetIes. al
a8.?T Esr30oR, Sep4t. 3.--Om in
~zt last mynthgth~xooI of 83~
te urg the jA' rihk
sonls arrested by thme dlreadful emnisea
ries of the political inquistioni knownm
in lluesia uder thme name of thme Third
.eiion of* his Majety's Own Chancel-1
h ry.. I e that day thme Czar, by his
n:e.ha abolished It.
h~.tl e mmis ot Russia, Au0g. 201
( n;t s. 0. S.),theo dlay of the abol1i
'.L'l w i it.the days of the emanei
'it. the serfs, (he expulsion of
I a anny~ under Napoleonm 1.,
! hie liberation ofthe country from
Tar yoke. 'The deeds of the
'T'hial Schou fortnt the darkest pages
' f u-sian iisitory. The bloody tor
tm n h unn tk are wnt
inbttim ee nme fvic
thus, Ilhe horrors of thle undergrounid
dtugeons, andt the awe inIspiredt by thme
ingi~Sitioni of the holy Cz7ar can be
comp jared omuly with the record of the
inaquisitiomn of the Kigs of Spain.
Virtually the power of the Chief of,
the Third Section over the liberty of
the Rtussinms was even more absolute
than thamt of the Czar, for the ilatter
could not do harm to anybody but
thriugh the Third Section,'which used
to caryouol those of the wishes
ofits supemme master which were ap
prov'ed by its chief. The main duty
of the Third Section was to look afte'r
the safety of the Czar amid his govern
ment.Thereerethe loss of the prop
only amnswered the aim of the Third
Section. Armed with such extraordi
mary powers, what did the Russian
Here is an Illustration, a scene I
myself wvitnessed: At midnight the
riniging of a bell startled the 1P
fatnmily. The father trembled, the
mother grew deathly pale, the sons,
anid daughter were alarmed. Soilly I
the genudarmoes entered siniling; po
litcly they asked permission to search
thme hous~e; all the trunks. drawers,
nmooks anmd corners were carefully in- I
vestigated ; the letters and umannscriuts
were collected and put imto a portfolio.
T1hen, begginmg pardon for the trouble,
thmey asked the two soins amnd the
(daughter to dress and follow them.
The unhappy parents never saw their
children again. And so thousands
uponl thiousands of faimilies have de
plored their relatives, lost forever be
hind thme gates of the dreadful building
near the Chain Bridtge. What has be
come of them? In the majority of
cases omnly the genidarames and 'their
As a rule, the Czar's gemndarmies did
not putt thmeir victims to anmy grave bodi
ly tortures; no, even tihe genmdarmes
are civilized to that extent; butt they
indecMribable humiliations. They al
ways aimed to exact some avowai or
a issiom impllicat ing some promninett
personis. For inistancme, ini order to
iduce a pisoner to conmply with their
wvishmes, his mnother anid fathier, or lisk
wvife amid children woul be brought in
an adjacenmt room so that he could hear
the beloved voice, and1( then the
gendarmes would lromnise him an in
terviewv oni condition that lhe would
admit what was demanded of im.
The risoner might. not have seen hmis
family or e~venm heard of them for
years. *What. a torture for himn-to
choose bet w cn seeing( and emtbracing
thmem and macking a statement, pierhiaps
tfalse, that will ru himself and his
A mnong the indigiieis imposed oni
ilhe prisonmers, especially wiomien, wasI
tiogging. 'This dated lhack to thme time
ot (Ozar Nicla~is 1. It wasit repiorted
to hmiim that a voting lady had made imi
pubhliic .oime disresp~ectfuil remarks
abo, ut hi im. lIe at once omdered that
y. tn*g ladly be brought, before him,
- i tr~ iiathert, whlo hatppenmed
a eeal of thme armv. Th'le
a ~ r rebu~kedl the fat' her. say
Ii )on cannm~ot teach 'vour
-h'mr to behave hmerselft, I will."'
Iladt her flogged undi~er her
V(bAye. T'he Third Section
n' u'l anniel a free use of the whip.
., Lvegm-r, did not ostmacizie
S -e u ha hm~l beeni submitted to
- r~mc r, wer aas kept inm
ir. mrimamit. Inm thme cells
iw- 'a nio lgt, no somind ot au
ai..n \l d- d passed inomnths and
. r- .\any~ of thme victims becanme
mn:ue;:imm coimmittedl suicide, amid
abno mut all1 cont racted some fatal dis
mea'., otenm time iialloing consumption.
'Tie (Jolos says: "'The Third Sec
ion, Ibeinmg an aritrmary mnstitntiomn,
lacedU~ oustside of amnd above thle laws,
was nott compmlatibile withm thme liberal
reformms of lie present. Czar. hBeIng
all-powerfuil it was unmale to prevent
anymi of thIose nmn mmeruus crimnes thmatI
haive tilled our pol iticaml life inm time last
teni veais. It hats always been hated
by all thle educated clamsses. its aboll
tiomm manms thle abolitiomi of ambltrary
Iadminiust ration mandt thme estab~lishmen't
of personmal liberty'. The Tird Sec
~ tion was otf ain anti-namtionmal chamracter;
it meaimt a lack of con fidecec to time
whmole [limssiamn p~eople. Thie Czar amnd
the people werme sepalralted bv mim initer
v'eninmg an d illegal insatituitiomm, thme in
terest of which was to keep them as
fh aiims poss.ible omne flom the other.
Now thme Czar ammd thme people are re
The 310oscow Ga zette goes even
futhier: "Th~e Third Sect Ion not only
(did not sitIpress thme revolutionar'v
elemenits in thme counmtry, but, on time
contrary, it comitributed to their
growthm. It senit inito cevr part ot
.lnsisia tihe voning men amid wvomenm
arrested antf for years kept in dtun
geons, oitlen without anmy fanlt of
theirs, anid thmese irritated peo plc nmat
nirally spread hatred anti( iscontett
thmroighout tihe country."
It was the Third Section that origi
nated anarebmy, demnoralzationm amid
terrorisnm in Rntssia. T1hat insttutioni,
by its disregard of'the laws, taumght thme
people to hate thme govrnmenmt. Thie
w~holesale arrests, otteni withmout suifi
cienit~ pro vocation, brouight ahout that
- eckhessnmess of life whmichm resulted in
the shmootinmg, stabbing, p)olsonming and~
explodinmg thmait were resorted to
againmst time self-styled saviours of the
counmtmy. 'The facet that It was niot thme
amnoeenit, worthmy, anid.nmprighmt people
who enjoyed the confidenico of- the
minmor Czars, but rather thme venal and
servile, begot a frighttda demoraliza
*Tme Rusmsian inquistiona is at last
abolished by a simngle stroke of the
Czar's pen ; but the evil producd by
It will last for a genmeration at least.
-ubscribe to TEIE NFMS AND I~it
-Stirring times-Morning hours.
-- b-tonedafir-A fif' th
t center of the eart . a
T lae rag-sorter does a r n bus
y not oall a hangh -4;afP
cuti ? I
-M5Yonkers statesman ialts fan- et
Ing a1own stairs an extended trip.
-A man who opens oysters does is
things by halves. of
-A Brooklfn girt speaks of one of an
her fellows as her night bloonsg ee- ag
rious beau. t
-The Police who arrests a young
: Ieta dMakes aproal-ns
-Daring the prevalence of the opt- 011
rCootic fever Sic t--asit wouldhe agood 9
legend for some of our horso cars. . th
-ias It ever occurred to base-ball i
Rnen that a milk-pitcher is generally a 1
rood fly-catcher. th
-The Elmira Advertiser save that thi
poets no longer die young. They live an
to grow up withi the country. of
-No matter what it is You have to co
lo, always take your time. Never so
look for a needle in a haste act. ly
-It was a voung housekeeper who ve
et the cake sile had baked for 4 party ar
out of doors one cold night to be frost- tic
-They have at last fotihd a way to e
prevent sca-sickness. Any passenger ai
wrbo is sick will be charged double a,
-The Buffalo Express says the rea- fu
son men succeed who "mina their own I
business" is because there is so little Fs
.ompetition in that line. co
-A confined prisoner is apt to be an Pi
Ingrate; and it isn't to be wondered at,
.onsidering the many bars to his pleas
-Do you love this girl better than
YoU do hier sister?" was what a Kan.
gas clergyman asked a manl, who stood
uipl before him to be made a husband.
-"Don't speak all at one, girls. His B
rerene highness, Prince .llerialh En- ix(
rene Adolph Bernhard Franz Ferdi
nand August Von Saynevittenstein
[lohenstein is loooking for a wife. Ti
-A Gbrnman life insuirance company
Dompany, called Der Lebensversicher
ungsgesellschaft complains of the ir
regularity of the malls. Yet one would
suppose it got. aill of its letters.
'-ls your house a warm one, land- R
lord?" asked a ladv in search of a
dwelling. "It ought .to be; the paint- 1
er has just given It two coats," was
the re)ly. in
-Alluding to Beecher's estimate, i
that one feiale housefy will lay 20.- an
0O eggs ill a seo011n, the ('urchl be
Uniion thinks "it's a pity a liv couldn't .v
be gratled On a heln. in<
-Said Jones- "Smith won't have s"
so soft a thing as lie has had." "[ rd
dion't know," replied Robinson, "he'll *
have a soft thing so long as lie don't i.
lose his head."
-"Are we extravagant?" asks a "o
Bosion paper. "itf you pay five cents M
for a cigar whln yoi canl beg one, vol th,
are." says the economist of tle Nolris- aP
-It was a 111an of colsidelrable
means who said, when thrown from
Ihis horse, that although not ill a very -
coltforta ble position yet he consider- s
ed himuself pretty well off.
-A young lady ate half a wedding
cauke an~d then tried to dream of our
future husband. Now she says silo r
wvould rather die than miarry th'e manli
that sheo saw ill that dream. i
-'Everything good in man leans
upon somethling higher." So does at
everything bad iln im for thlat inatter', ai
as witness is relianmce on a lamp-post cu
whlen his legs prlove faithless.
Jones is small; is wife is tall,
But both arc full ot' grittle.
Save lhe to her: "You ureps too much !"
Says she ; "You dress too little !" '1D
-W~omen~ hlave cheetk enon~gh to tri
w~ear menl's hats on thieir' headls, bit
there is one thing they dare nlot do:
Not 01ne of thenm dare remove her _
hat inl public an~d dlust off' the bald~
--~.Crutelty to any living creatunre
shuows a bad heart.. Tihe boy who (1e- ce
lighlts in torturing a wasp withl a pill
n ill surely COIneO to some1 bad end if the
wasp has a fair show in its business -
-A youing wire demtonstratiner' wi'.n,
hecr husb4and( on his dissipated Ilakis, S.
was ainswered: "I am like the inrodi
gal son, my dear; I will reformi by anld
by"" ill be like him too," she W
said ; "'I will arise and( go to my fath
--A St. Thomas (Ont.) man we'l
comed tile G03vernlor-Genleral withm a al;
r'ow of hollow lighted !)umpllklin eachib
puImnpkinl havinig a letter carved an it, bc
anld the whole spelliing out tihe an<,ient b<
joke, '"All for-Lornle." sa
-Thle maddest performance recor'd- bi
ed iln Mr. WV. T. Dobson's history ofl er
'"Literary Frivolities" is that of' the
mani~ who dliscovered there was 3:3,535 lia
ways of' spelling tile word scissors, or1
anld who accord Ingly eat dowii and ik
wrote themif out ini a volume conitauin. fr
inlg 3J00 pafges of' thlree coiumnms eac.h. K
-A wife who had been lectuii bG
her hiusband~ for comning home intoxi-G
cated became incensed lat his inldiffe'r- l
en1ce, and exclaimed: "Oh, thlat i
could wring teamrs of aniguisih fromA
your eyes 1" To which thle hardenmed
wretchl hiccomighedi : " 'Tai-tain't 11o
usc, 0-1(1 woman to bo-bore for w ater pJ
-Theyic were in the wood. Said he. w
looking tings unutterabie: '' wish I b<
wvere a ferni, Gustie." "Why ?" she im
asked. "'Why-p'haps-ou-would th
-press me, too." She evidently hated in
to do it, but it is best to miip tliings iln er
ilhe bud, so she replied: "'I'm a frand
yo0u ar'e too green, C'harlev."Th
p)oor bov alnost blulbber'ed. ' ie~
-A young lady wias speaking to a
friend, who bad called upon01 heri, re
garding a trait chlaracteristie of her
mother, who always had a good wordB
to say to everyone; "Why " said she
"'I believe If Satan were tm'cier discus
sion, mnothev would have a good word
to say for him." Jnst then the miothm
er entereOd, and was informved whlatJ
time daughter had( said, whereuplIont she
qiletly said, "Well, my dear', I tinik
we might all imitate Satan's plersever
-It is never too late to acqufire a tb
bad hlabit. Solomon Eversull, who Is so
100 years ol, and who hals 'lived sinuce RI
1809' a few miles south- of Cincininati, 01
has got li'he habit very recenly of M
sieeing fori thlree dlays at a tinue and *
w akinig up1 very hlungryv. As lie is anN
orphanm. lisa fatiter a'n motheor both be- of
lng dead, thereols no one to reprove h~im 01s
properly, anid time chances are thlat lie
will go oni annloyig his relatives with M
tis most uncomtortable habit for thle et
rest of his nlatmrnl Pife.
Two"FNibni.:s "o Clurv.-Our
ide, a rather venersble person with
suffling gnit, then conducted us
rough the trim and yet luxuriant
rden up the steeps to Calvary-a
lit ned by a cruclfix-ioon
Ch t counterfeit of our Lord ati4
is ppignait spectacle Is set
n a . rocks, and the .criss
tch ove the monastery roof:
its t ickly ooded domesn. The 1
Mug wit:1 which one approaches it
a strange one of' religious swe and
the solemnity inseparable fron such
intimate reproduction of the Divine
ny. We stood op the steop rocks
alcoskjcrable height and enjoyed
) fair view of the spreading country
unalea-arouid, but-with it all-was a
ing of such as one experiences on
teri ng tie chamber of death. The
ide then offered to conduct us down
! rocks to the sepulchre, assuring us
it there was nothing revolting
the spectacle. We descended a
nding path to an open space, like
) entrance to a vault, and there lay I
) dead Christ in effigy, HIs breast
di hands and feet bearing the marks
the cruet - spikes. The figure is a
lored one of plaster of Paris, and
ne desecrating vaidals have actual
chipped off bits of one hand as soit
nirs. Tie manner in which the
rn is disposed conceals this inutila
n, however. Tle sepulchre is fur
thed with iron bars and set in a rock.
0 stnod before it with tincovered
ads for a time, and then turned
'ay..-Cor. Pittsbury Telegraph.
-The opinion of the people has beeni
Ily confirmed by wide spread ex
rience that Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
the best and cheipest remedy for
ughs, colds, sore throat, asthna, ec.
ice 25 cents.
DR. W. E. AII(EN,
rugs, Medicines, Toilet Goods, etc.
vINNSMORO, S. C.
Dress Goods, Laces, Collars, Cuffs,
>ota, Shoes, Neckties. Hats, Caps,
)tions and oceans of New Goods.
-ices Low, First, Last and All the
me. SuOiNiMER & GROESCHEL.
THE PE1 PLE'S
ELIEF ASSOC IATION.
'1IS is an assuciation of business men,
- who, for their mutual protection,
itribute tovards a fund, so as
caise of death, their families may re
ve from $2,oOO to $5,0', accorditlg to
ount of certificate. This is one of the
;t plans of life insurance. You pay as
r go. just li:e fire insurance, and with
ire conveniene, evr-n, as you pay by
all instalments during 'the year. We
er to those best acquainted with us,
: members in Fairtield: G. H. Mc
oster, Jas. A. Brien, Jno B. Davis, D.
Flenniken, 11. Sugenheitmer, J. W.
Creight. Jno. .J. Neil, Tjor.ia L. John
. J. Clendininz. It. B flanahan, I.
ana Davis, Jas. Q. Davis. Any one
it should like to bet rce a nember will
ply to G. C, BACOT,
>ct 2 Agent.
If you want to rave moley go to
SUGENUIIMER & GROESCHEL.
'UE undersigned begs leave to say
to the public that lhe is now run
ig a first-class Shaving Saloon in
eryv respect. None biit conmpetent
d expert workmen are employed.
d those who will favor us with t'heif
stomt are guaranteed1 satisfaction.
Done in the latest and neatest stvle.
m't forget to call and give me a
ali, and I will please you.
J1. M1. McCA LL,
Opposite Dr. Aiken's Drug Store.
.FRIESII suppl'y of Cheese just re
ved and for' sale at
J. M1. BEA TY & Ce's,
scot 1 On the Corner.
ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
coUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
.R. Dotiv & Co., Plaintiffs, vs. Jeff
N pursnance of an order of the Conrt
of Cornmiton Pleas. made in the
ove-stated ease, I will offer for sale,
fore the court-house dloor in Winns
ro, on the first Monday in Novemn
r' next, within- the legal hours of
le, at p~ublic outcry, to the highest
lIder', thle fol lo wintg-described prop
tiv, to wit:
All that piece, parcel or tract of
'd, containing fot ty-five acres, more
le.: lying in the county of Fair
Id, on the Ieft of the road Jeadlin
i the ho.!se of Adna Johnstont to
neaid's Blride on Little River, and
tunded on the soutth by lands of J.
Oneal, on the niorth' and east, by
11ds of' Adna Johnston and Tr. F.
urman, and on the west by lands of
'rE.:R MS OF SA LE :
One-half' of' the purchase-money to
p~aidI in cash, thle balance on fa credit
twelve mionths f'romn the daiy of pale,
ith interest from the (lay of' sale, to
sedcre by bond of' purchaser and
ortgage of the premises sold, with
e irivilege to the purchiaser' of' pay
ig als en tire bid in cash ; the purcha's
to pa~y f'or' all necessary papiers.
Clerk's Office, W. Ii. KER R,
innsboro, S. C., C. C. C. P.1F. C.
Oct. 8, 1880.
[SANK BOOK MANUFACTURER
GENER AL BOOKBINDER,
TIAS moved opposite thme city Hall,
.L where be is fully prepared, with
stclass workmen, to do all kinds of
>rk in hia line.
BLA NK BOOKS RULED to any pattern
d bound in any style desired.
Myfdlte and long acquaintance with
e uiesenable rueL to guarantee
eilroad Blookg, andl Rooks' for the use of
erksa of Court, Shoriffa Probate Judges,,
isters in Equity,. and other county, 'ot1
ils. P'amphilets, Mfagazines, Music,
3wspapera and Periodicals and all kinds
publications bound on the most roea.
acable terms and 1r4 the boat manner. All
ders promptly atte'nded to.
E'. R. STOKES,
lmin sreet,&0:Pot new City Hall, Ce
THRE LITTLE IE'ICl.VIN IEsfwhApple
Liver Pills are the most k , the world,
d entirely table. Price S ts for large
bo ldes. . Druggsts i thlscounty.
oht a id's eed on my
rseeWltb. e bess Tesults. had one horbe
Dro'e me for whltC . would
ave takee s, and after tt 1=3 0 th the
Stock Feed for two weeks, Iconsider him worth J
Isto. My wife has tried it, alco: on her chickens,
which were dying rapidly with cholera, and she
:ld dot lose one after giving the firstdose.
Proprietor Livery Stable.
gold by all Druggists in this countf.
CoLrxscs, ea., Aug S, T.
DR. J. c. MoFFETr-Dear Doctor-We gave
or"Teethina" (Teething roweu)A
htte grandchild wit the tQptests 10
effects were almbst magical and certainly or
iatigfamtory than from anything we ee used.
Yours very ru
Pastor of St. Paul Church.
AUGUSTA, GA., eb. 9, ISTS.
I take pleasure In saying that I have used Dr. I
3toffett's TBETHIN A for iny Infant with entire
sattisfaction. It tuily and leasantly accom
plishes the purposes for which it is recommend
ed. CHAS E. STAPLES.
:t the maile portion of the American people 45 t
years of age suffer more or less with dlseasesof
the kidneys and blndder. There are various
a uses I or this, but over work is the chief cause.
N4othLng in the whole Materia Medica Is so well
ealculated to inv.igorate and restore healthy
tune to these organs as ankin's Compound
Extract of Buchu and Juniper. A few does
taken occaslo'inly will greatly benefit all
those who are afflicted with any disease of the
kiduey or Bladder.
Prepared only by Himn Rankin A Lamar,
Druginsts, Atlanta, and or sale by all Drug
gists in this county.
ANTiocu, Tsour Co.. GA., July 4, 18?9.
I am one ot the unfortunate sufferers from
Gravel or disease of.the Kidneys and find more
and speedier relief from Rankin's Buchu and
Juniper than anything I have ever tried. I es
teem it so highly were there but one bottle Ira
the world I would willingly give $100, or any
amount for it. I recommend it above .ll other
similar preparations. E.T. WINE.
Messrs. Lamar. Rankin & Lamar; Gentltmen:
A member of my family whom I feared had
Consuinption has been entirely cured by the.
use of Brewer's Lung Restorer. His condition
was very alarming to all of us, and we did
every thing we could think of to tenefit him,
without success, until I got him a bottle of your:
Lung Restorer. Ile began to improve after the
first dose and before he had taken two bottles'
was entirely cured, where I feared no cure was l
possible and I most cheer ully recommend it to.
all who have any a ffections of the lungs. Ho'
was coughing and spitting all the time, so in- I
cessantly that it, prevented his sleeping at.
night. and what little sleep he got, did not re-i
fresh him in the least. Had but little appetite, I
and sine lie began the use of Brewer's Lung
liestorer has slipt well and his appetit las very
nasuch better. I have never seen anything act
so promptly and effect a mire in so short a time.
WlIhing you great. sucCess and hoping the
a bove may inluence malny to try Brower's
Lung ltrstorer where they need a medicine to
strengthen and restore the Lungs to a healthy
conidlUon. I am very respecvuly.
MRS. E. J. WILLIAMS,
72 .ashington Av. near Wesleyan Female
Sold by the Druggists of this county.
PEUltY, HOUSTON COTNTY, GA.
We have known "Swift's Syphilitic Specifle''
tested in hundreds of obstinate cases of Syphilis,
Mercurial Rheumatism, Scrofula, etc. It made
the most perfect and permaanentt curve in every
Hugh L Drennard, Ell Warren,
Sirs 1) Kitten J. NV. Wimberly,
JeI-o'k Co. Eouit, J. C. 011bert, Drugt
J L. \Warren, of J. W. Mann,
J W. Lai tIrop & Co.. County Treasurer,
savannal an. Wm D. Pierce _:herifi
Ed. Jackson, C. C. Iunean,
Dep't CI'k Sup'r Ct. Day & Gordon,
We are acquainted with the gentlemen whose
signatures aI p reaur to the above certi*l..l . They
tare citizents of said county, of the highest re-.
spectatbility and Charaer. A. 8. GILES
Ordinary Houston Co. da.
D. H. CULLERI
Cler k Sutperior Court. Hloust on county. da.
I nam pcraotnlly acquainted with the proprie
tors, and many of the gentliemen whose sigan
tures appear to tne foregoing certificates. They
a.ae men of high character atnd st~anding.
A. HI. COLQUI,
T HlE SWIFT SP'ECIFIC CO$l'A0$, Proprietrs,
Soldl by all D~rupgists in this county,
all for a copy of "Young Mon's Friend."
aug 24-2 nmos
JUST IN STORE
NEW SEED RYE AND BARLEY.
A LOT OF RED RUST-PRlOOF
OATS TO ARlRIVtE IN
A FEW DAYS .
BAGGING AND TIES.
A full and complete stock of Family
andi Plaintatlin Groceiesc will always
be foun11d at my catablihmeuit, and
they will be saold at pu-Ices to altit the
tiniwa. Give mie a call andt yon shall be
I). El. F L ENWNIgEW.
T A KE NOT I CE.1
FIVE~ T HOUS4AND
FIVE CENT CIGARS
IF. W. If AlBEN IT'S
AILL persona holding claimR agafnat I
.As heounty of Fairtleld will prceet
1880. J. A. IINNANT,
aoct& .tt. n. Dnc C.'
TilE GREA IIA UARTER.
nRY GOODS OTION#, BOOTS, SHOES HATS, CLOTMINZG,
GLASS AD CROCK Y WARE, WOODEN WARE,
WILLOW WABE, COFFEES, TEAS, ETC., ETC.
Ih aZmb ms y motto sine. T openedbushessIn- Winnsboro' to brlng -al
L articles in my line to a living profi$ and do away with 'those long
rofits which are ruinoup to the interests of any town or city. I do not
ilw or boast as some of my fogy competitors term i. No doubt goods
t these prices surprise them. But you can got anything in my store at
riees advertised. I sell goods at a small profit, and am determined to
LEAD THE VAN!
My buyer is shipping goods by every freight at twent per cent.less
han I could buy them when in New York myself four weel ago.
Caiooos Still Loiwer I
2,000 Yards to arrive, 4f cents. Best istandard brands at 6j and 7 cents,
-worth 8J everywhere.
IMWNAUI'S 'RICES A1E BElND TO TELL !
Nlack Goods a specialty. I handle Lubin's Cashmeres--the best manu
facturdr of Black Cashmere in the World.
English Crapes, Nun Cloth, Velvetines, Mohairs,
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!
Twenty Cases Boots and Shoes just received from the best manufactur,
rs. No old trash carried over for the last three years, every pair new and
SOAP, SOAP, SOAP.
Twenty-five Boxes of the best 1 lb. bar ever in Winnsboro, for 5 cents.
TEAS. TEAS, TEAS.
Fi.e Half Chests of Tea, bonght far below its value. Good English
Breakfast Tea at 40c. A good Hyson Tea at 65c. Gunpowder 75. Every
person using Tea should see these goods before buying
TO A R R I V E.
3,000 Pieces Tinware, 5 Pieces Carpeting at 50, 65, 85 cents and $1.00
Wait and see these goods and save at least twenty per cent.
THE LEADER EVER I
John L. Mimnaugh.
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes end Rats
DESPORTES .& EDMVUNDS.
(WRIGHT'S IIOTEL BLOCK, COLUMBIA, S. C.)
IT 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. Whiy 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 else. We invite yonr attention and inspection. We can
Bmi the tastes of every one.
c2F. ELDER a CO.
THlE DAVIS VERTICAL FEED
-S WING M tCHIN
CHALLENGES THlE WVOBLD TO PR1OD (JcE ITS EQUAL I
a Onetouotand deflara. rewar-d of~orod to any person that till do as gread
ah gooCArV nd I s ywelTICAoL 11v1o1tseryaacline xa as can be done oni
he contest will be made with ab ne desrn to. e 1 i ' h Arageents for
re yard, wkin~i a reasonable time after ywlite alicatio sreceive me
DAViS s3EWING MACHINE COq
Aoher large lot of' the above Machines and the Improved Weed u ist re
vd.J. O, Blo~., Aget.
it and Colored Piqnes, Dress Goo<s in variety Tlione Silks~ Eatins,
fo nfr-ciess Dry Gods laty Goods and Mlier Eelsh
mnt.herot can got all you. want asteasonably as same goods can be bought