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ja ".VaM m Jieen Accow91 inhed 13y aon
of an Eicetrio liittery, iHeat and Artieloul
14espiration--Almost Too Strango For
so "Do the medical men over resusol
tate people who are apparentif dead?"
This question was asked by a repqr.
ter for the Star of Di. John 0. Ben
nett at the Bellevue Hospital Medical
College one day last week.
"Yes, sir; such instances have takon
Place, but they are exceedingly rare,"
was the reply.
"Will you tell me whether anything
of the kind has been done in this col
"Yes; I will give you all the in for
mation in my power. I do not sup
pose a single really dend person wias
ever made to live, but when there is
tio smallest vital spark remaining it
can sometimes be fanned into a
"Please relate a few instances."
"Ahont five years a:;o I waR called
to nlemi a sick man in Astoria. When
I rah.eI''d Ii-; bedside lie was sinking
very rapidly, and had become so weak
i tht tht ler wilas scarcely a perceptible
AIl vtr of' .i* hai. la't, 111d his res)irItioln
was so lin!. 1 hat it ist moved the
diwno a fet ather ti that was all.
Well, the 1111111, toi all appearances,
died. The uiidertaker was notified to
come and lay him it, 11.2 and 1 started
for my lodgimg in Now York. I had
not, walked twent.y rods from the
mani's house wheni a little boy came
r1n11ning after mite with ia ilessaige that
he urtaker waited mle .to return f
Forthivith. I made all haste back, and
the undertaker met at, the door, ex
claiming, 'My God I Do you wiant me I
to preptre a livinig an for the grave?' 0
1 aisked what Ie meant, and lae told
1m1e that the supposed corpse wats
warm, an3(d tlaat in his opinion tie mn u
was not (ea(]. I wias inclined to be- I
lieve 0ha. the undertaker had lost his
senses; but I immediately examinied '
mN. late patielt. Sure L. eniough lithe body
was sligxht iwarm1."''
"Wha11t Course did A-oul purlsule?"
Y 1'' senit, ihr Dr. Williamil I1alsey, who
at that tlie resided in Astoria, andl (
was the owner o1a small but power
' filt elect rie battery. lic canme, bring
k ing his battery with him. Wo applied
the electricity' to thle corpse. It was
in the winter time, and there was a 8
u hot fire in the parlor stove in the
:s house. We called for somlie voolenm
0 blaikets, which were brought, and,
afler heaitinig theml tuon (he sMove, weI
Wrapped thenm about tle patini .. We b
also chiafed the patient.'s hands and
feet. After a thew minutes we bieki a
Smirror betore the sipposed dead m1a n's
1 face, when, to our great surprise and
0 Joy, there appeared uponl its Surface 1
j de'v moisttre, which was caaused by
the sligpat resiraltion fromn1 the palient.
s ell, sir, to make a long story short, !
I will tell you t hatt we worked all of
y that day and night, uad the next mor1- -
s ing the undertaker' was inf'oiruied that,
i there would be no fun neral, and conase
(i1etly no need for his services."
"DIid the patieit enjoy good health
"Not. very good health. He was
weakly For about 11 year', whiten he died,
1 and t his I itne lie was so verv dead I hat.
- we thonght it womlil be a hopeless
task to ru'lscitate him ia sec0ond tiime."
"iNow, Doctor, its you have giveni a
me a history of a Case where a 1111111
wats supp~losed to have diedl a naturah t]
1deiath anad was imade t) live again, wvill
t you tell meW abont crniinals who have
bween hanged anid then restored to
"I have rea of such cases, but never
hiad 011e como( unlder1 myii own personal11
"D id the pr'ofessors or studenmts of'
ethe lh'llevueo liospital MedicalI Col
l"e ever bring a hangcd murderer to
"Not. within the last twenty-fiye
yev(ars at least. I hatve heard one of
lte old priofessors say that the ~
Sbody of a 11uan nmed Jlacksonm, ~
who 1wa is hanaged at 'lTentoni, N. J1., in ~
is 18u, was brouightl to N~ew York amnd ~
a)cr i to (lie meicazl stuidenits for ex-- tI
e perIlimenitimte upon. Tbcl body was 4l
put1 into a box andl takeni to n' r.oom
ove a stable on Secondc Aveniue, 0
where it. was subjected to all the imeth- ~
I m known t1o1 miedical sc'iene' for' in- "
ittd 'ii htito a suppos(1ed cor'pse." I
"Wal .s thle -.nai br'ought to lifc~?'"
WelI, ye., and nto."r
"1 low w aus that. ?"s
"' ' w'll ex plain :When the electrici- C
Vty~ was5 anpilied iteauitsedl the mtuscles "
ii h o 1 ~ e t t o ta t, a t i
hubs' e inov~ehei doctor tiedu adre- 1
:u rt spiain, iuc lasisabrougte
~- maw nAlor edionl wolee nerl
h'5 I . Thney hai'td anliea 'ltat.fo the'
uma bhtu' w ~ her weoa or' thres tmedial
iS g'wy lei ctual brsing the an wer '
dif Ia1 . al. LI did ain ih t away. a '
hel(e)aie t h e gen elene of tho murere in
S th A'lbIecasy 3ical I Col.. aleo, ai '1
itt . eItl nnea to iv 11ite t rieo'e fl II :
iiis-the /arto o it hiv ie tohen ie
a ls, wh'. Ilerei st~ev'~ea'o is medid 1(1
li fred wer had (take d'inner'i. The
tnten'i'lv menicmoi un the a weret.
38 wouldihg imossiofbte paor 'ot the
di of Dr. lessmit. cold be ptiartt-v
thed. t he rer a'tan qut thei. I
O')Sforma)ion a board damd p eopla baind
a abougt tm lie so'te('i~C5
') 'nem o was senjleme who bas
ts, tr0dneed as r 1 ( D.iiil Sciall, sat oup
(t. an teloue thow tadertakr gh lmy
nis "Wqantac awase of 1'rightdai
rid moNotexatfy histiv sesethe nthe
lie thought he have beenghora crpsheneo
alife. Ta ho unj~erataae as con todlupon"
xt' tr. prearet satthe bohafanod g'ente im
a maneworadbied afor buin Thei 4
esliotreh Etgtlan, who wa kicked om
a- tehably aomrhemais, was bont0
mm-m tre tfomt In atlrZ Oifed coure I
us- wtpold eipsil t h body wa1'e lt
c)1 opse upon au 11 ipm a board i dabnd 1
lirnom thenic thee was timo th reethI
k wathe omwat svarytcod. Thevden-al
'o. 'oamaguct01wmn, who wavpoe olbeasi
yeeead to at dornis vatctua flie sap
d.adloe h netkrrgti h
UATUDAYOtober so a
Ie MRANS DA718. EDtTOn.
4MO. S. 1KEINOLDS, AsOcIAT3 ErDITo
2'7E DXMOOR ATIO FIOKEr.
WINFIELD SCOTT IIAINCOCK.
WILLIAM H. ENGLISII.
J. C. COIT.
For Secretary of State.
R. M1. Sills.
LEaY F. YouMANs.
For Superintendent of Eduucation.
Vor Adjutunt an Inspectot'Gnr.n(
ARTHUR M. MANA..
For Sate Treasurer.
JOHN PETE .l C11 AllDSN.
For Congrems--Votirtli istrict..
JOhiN 11. EvINs.
For Solleitar-Sixih Circulit..
T. C,. GASroN.
For Sotae Senator.
IIExitY A. GAILI.ARD,.
JOHN IV. LYI,.Es,
0IKAI.Es E. TOXAS,
GEOioE H. MCMr[ASTER.
JOHN D. MCCARILI.RY.
For Probate J udge.
J. I. BOYLES.
For School Comnissionlor.
For County Commnisioneri,
H. OSCAtR DUKi.
JOHN A. TIINNANT,
JAMES It. IIA-t~vEY.
GEORGE S. IINNANr.
JU>GE MACKEY SPEAKS ON MONIA
SEE THAT THE TICK-IETS ARE STRAOGl
Democratic all the way fnom .lanco
Tn CoOI.OurED MAN WHo vOTrEs Fc
Garfield says by that vote that ie as!
nO favors froin the Democrats. .
hoes his own row.
DEFORE TIlE CO.ORCD vOTERS c
Winnsboro go for Garfield let thei
remember that the white Democrats <
Winnsboro levy a voluntary tax f
keep the colored school open for to
months inl the year, anld ask themselvt
whether it is likely that the thing wi
be done again for them, after the
have persistently arrayed themsclvc
agallist the interest of the business inc
of the town.
TimE REPUBLICANS ARK TERiI,
alarmed about the effect of Garfield'
Chinese letter in California. Thei
National Committee on Tuesday mon
ing started a special train from NON
York for San Francisco, bearing copic
of Gartield's lithographic fie-simlil
denial of the Chinese letter. It wi
be r'un like chain-lightnuing to be gc
there in time for use in California b<
fore the election.
Once More to the Blreach !
Nothing that we could say woul
give f'orce to the last address of th
)emnocratic Exoeutivye Comnmi ttee. S
Thlly does it state the situnation, an~
so eloquently does it call upon ever
citizen of the State to (10 his fuill duat
on the second of November that wv
give it inl full, anda comnmenid it to thi
enreful consideration of eery one wh
is interestedl iln the welthre of' the Sht
and of the Union. It is as folows:
Rooms 01' Tl rlS- -'&r ie
CoJmuml.L, S. C., Oct. 27, wso$..
To the People of the Saute :
The State Executive C.omnmittee
the Democratic IfPtyv (earnestly r
qulest that'there be a 'genii ol 1lypl
s101n of businiess throuho~ut tihe s$o
of Son'th Carolina on! Tiuesday it..: .
is a sacri tlee to 31nal:e'. but. il'm peop
of South Carolina malserst an1 d the p1ar.
mount implortalnce ol the election,
the connnit tee are satistied that
coetrationi of everyv IenrV~ an
every thlonghlt. 111on1 a commiionl pu
po0s0 011 thei evtf l day1~ wiill croiw
1hte labLOrs (If the D emlo'raev with suL
cess an~d bring the (campajign"1 to
Our 01)pponents are vigilanit indul
trious and1( unhscrupulous. TIh'ir 1)1u
are wecll conceived and ingenlion
They will be uniable, however,
harass v'oters an~d prlov'oke si le if r
Democracy of' the State go to the pol
enl la(sse onl election dayv and1 reai
- until1 nighlt as the pr'omo1ters 01' go1
order and1( conser1vators of 11eace.
Already thle Deocracy hlave giv<
wveeks and mlonth~s 1o the'ad(vanlceme
of' the cause of' good governmlent. Thi
can~lnot afflord , brighit. as the pr1ospec
are, to leave anythiing 1'mdone lih
p)romilses to remlove damll&er a
strenlgthenl tile 1hope of v'ictorv'. TI
comm nittee therefore uirge the' Demic
racy, inl everly palrt of' South Carolini
to devote the whole of Tu'1esdaly no
to securing thle election of' 0our gahla
* ~~standarhiid-bearers, t he represenltativ
of Constitu tionlal rule, honest gov'er
menit, conicord and1( uion throuhghlO
Bly order of the Comnmittee,
JOnN BIA TTON,
FIRE IN ROCK 1IIL..-Ahout 0
o'clock last Sunday morn~ling, thie ba
of Mr'. David A. Gordon, of Rb
11i1l, was discover'ed to be on thi
The building, with its contents-u
- odder', &c.--wats entirely conlsumnt
Trher'e seems to be no doubt but~ I
fire waIs thle work of an inlcendiary3
when the fire comnpany went for' ti
truck, they fouid that thle nuts1 b
been removed from tihe axles, and I
ladders lad been rendered usele
There is no clew, however', to the pi
petrator of the deed.
--The Norristown 11erah says ti
unless a man can thoroughly n'nd(i
telligantly describe the efflect of chena
co-phyisical inlfinences ini the evoluuti
of branchinod crustacoanls, or- expli
the siubelytral air passages Inl colet
tors, it is useless for' bhu to app~ly I
a Dosition on the Roston polien fm-no
kI114 the ItAAkglt-I'u~e Oil
ed.dorso ha'd been placed. < s
their duty to see that a wet cloth
laed on the face of tho man, -was
cIatiged once oach hour and kept wet,
saturated wIth a solution of saltpotre.
Nothing unusual took place. unti
along toward morning, when ono of
the young women, who had; 6ntored
the apartment where the body Was
placed to chango the cloth, was' heard
to scream. Hler associates ran In, to
see what was the matter. She was as
Lalo asa gnhti and terribly fil hton'd.
"Whatdis the niatter?" ingtired one
)f the gentlemen.
"Tho dead aintu has como to life," Ox
-laimed sho, pointing to the supposed
Suro enough, the man who -was
bought to be (lead was alivo. His
imbs were all in a tremble. Doctors
vore at otaco sent for. The patient
vas removed to a warm room and
ubjected to proper medical and Air..
all treatment. Within ao, fortnight10
vas able to leave his bed.
"Hlow do you account for the sup
)osett dead man coming to life I" in
juircd the reporter of Dr. Bennett.
"Well, in the first place, the man
vas not really dea51," was the reply.
'lie was in a comatoso condition.
io blow upon his head froim the
torses foot had deadened all action of
1s brain iand nerves. The fact that
to wats placed in a (.old room undoubt
dly saved his life. The freezing at
nosphiere, in his case, had a revivify
ng(- effect. Ills brain recovered fr-om
is unbness and he received a new
case of life."
Another case of resuscitation that
Utracted considerable attention from
lie medical fraternity was that of a
ailor in the United Ntates naivy who
all overboard, and, singularly enough
or a seafring imian, vas unable to swim,
nd was, to till appeatrances, drowned.
le was fisled out of the water and his
omrades, believing that lie was a
orpse, irapped hin in a blanket pre
aratory to the last rites for the dead
t sea. The su1 rgeon of the vessel had
i electric battery on board, and with
lhe gave tie suipposed deadt I man
cvcral such severe shocks that the
corpse" came to life, and tihe chaplain
a'ls saved the trouble of readitng the
SiOVINo TimiR S'roCmINs.--Ladies
lo voit to have their feet always
,0eSs( inl the latest-and most expon
ive style of stock ings payi as high as
ne hundred and twenty-five follars
or dozen for themt. The embroidered
nes, which are, of course, the most
xpensive, are obviously meant to be
en, as a lady wearing-) such may often
e observed sitting inl at crowded pitz
t with one leg (1lhe use of the Word
limb" voull(d be siperitlous inl the
:so of so obvious an extremity)
trown over the other, and the upper
lost foot Stuck out asif Cor inspection.
,gain, a wearer of diaiit-y slippers
lid hose extends both feet far beyond
te cover of her skirts as she sits
here he who passes may notice. Nor
i this peculiar vanit y conffined to one
ix. A man Who has had tor several
eats abundant opporiW ties for ob
'rvinag such demonstrations hats, inI
iling amy attentiona to the fiet that
talay Imeni Pity ext ravagant prices for
mncy stockimrs, told ine to watch
ow, wien sitt.ing, they invariably give
icir pantaloons . at hitch below tho
nee so as to expose as nunch of their
et. as possible, protrulding the latter
1 the same time. OfCourse all this is
one whena the ladies are ptreset ;
acy dlon't wvaste such poses oat each
Lther. I remtarked to a genatlemian
tat I thought, judgring fromt te
[blectedl p)ost~tlut in ittinag and fre
uent,11 displays of thme mnnanly form in
roatmnadingr, that there wereo me
en ont exhititiont at Saratoga as pro
ssional beauties, "'pintks of fashaion
ad molds(1 of form," thtan woament, antd
tatephtically agreed with mte.
rew .York Paper.
Damn FROM OvER-IXERlTON.--Oat
hurisdaty 1last, Tialt Justice Lewis, as
>ronier, wits summiionted to 1ho1( ana
aquest ovecr Andersonm Watson, color
n1 hose (dealth wits brought about it
to following tttannter: On the day itt
tiestiota, Thomnas Hi. Glenand11( .. E.
arrollI, depuiities of the sheriff, wer
hr. dolhn M. Tihtotiaassou's residenice,
>me seven mniles fromn town, oat the
ing's Mounttaini road, they espied
nidersotn Wamtsont, colored, who was
2cogntized ats a manli fo~r whioma the
lIteriff' had1 a watrranit ona thme charge of
lien lie stated.I to runi through a
el. lie was puirsuied by both the
epuities, andi, as the evidlence states,
iclenn fared htis pistol at him three
imes, but without clehct. le con
ianed to run ini thedircet ion of a
ticket , and wh'a lhe reached tile ed(ge
f it, lie fell from exhaustion. iMr.
'haoimtassoin, hearing the report of the
istol, cameti ill fronm his ld, anid wvas
heo first to reachl (lie purostrate negro.
'erreivinag his c3ondiI ion, he scuat *ifor
ampjhior, and cudehavored to restore
iam to consciousntess, butt it was soon1
iscoveredl that he wits dead. A jury
' inaquest was imntied, of which
ir. Z. D). Smith was foreman. Tihe
v'idenco clicited was suibstanatially as
b)ove given. 3
])r. II. G. .Jackson, sumimonted in the
tpatcit.y of a p~hysiciani, ahlso cerif.iiled1
"1'Tis is to certify that. I htave care
tally examinlled Antderson Watson,
ow lyinmg deiad, and 11lnd no0 external
vounds1(1, iand, thierefore, I. ant of thie
lpinioni he( camei to his decath from
1I. (1. JACKSON, M. D."
lin accordance with the testimony,
le jury rend~eredl a verdict that the
heceatsed camne to his (death by over
xertioi.- Yorkveille .inquirer.
A Lovuan's lh.:v uoE.- When Jamnes
sick, thte Calhiforiat mnillioinalre, was
young mnan Ito fell ini love with a mtil
et's daughter in P'emisvhvanaia. Young
'ick theedh the stern od1 aniller ad
Lsked( for thet hanid of his (datughater.
Now, Jamtes was a poor' younat amana
ti hontest, aid indutstrilous, andl withaai
'till otf pride. The ani refused to
riant tJames' request, and1( advisedh him
tot to maarry untiil hie had a comipelen)
y to supplort a wvife. These reartks
veire- mather huii iat inag to young
sick's prtide3, antid witht emphtasis he
epliedl: "Sir, I shall see the (lay
vhten yeur hoasted ndll would not
ntake a respectable wheat blat for onto
shulall own." Years p)assed andl James
icek erected In Santa Clara county,
Jalifornila, a mill, the woodwork of
vhticht Is solid mahogany. Shortly
Lfter' its creet.ioii he htad p~hotographs
aken of' the liside amid outsidle of his
nil, andh sent them to the mailler who
11nd refuised him the hand~ of his
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From the New York Grapble.
Thore is no sub ect on whioh women
ar4 iore helpless y afloat thap on mnat- I
t rs relating to' marilne architecture. t
Suchknowledge don't stiock In her lk
brain. The captain who attempted IR
teaching nauticalisi to a party of wi
ladles on a yacht, not long since, fared did
Lady No. 1.-Now, captain, what is
Cptalhi-A sloop has but one znast.
I . (pointing to, 4 schioonr).-Is that I
a 1 1? me
.--No, that is a schooner. A sloop til
has but one imast, a schoonor has two, eul
as you seo.- Now remember, sloop 0o R
maiust, schooier two. Ve
L.-Cortainly. H1ow many masts
has a Ship?
L.-[How many masts did you say a ski
C.-One1. Sloop one 1mast, schooner_
two, ship three.
L. (pointing to a sloop)-Is that a
C.--No; that's a sloop. Sloop 0110 n
mast, schooner two, ship three. wh
L -0, yes, I rememnber. (Pointing na
to a ship.) Isn't that a protty schoon- 'ir
C.--That's not a schooner. That's to
a ship. DoU" vou see it has three Dri
L.-O, ye ' that a big schoonl- I
or ly,n at tl. , here? tel
C.-Schoons Now, how manly rat
masts has that vessel?
C.--Well, what has three masts?
L.-A sloop. A i
C.-Sloop I Sloop has one mast, I Cot
tell you; 'chooner two, ship three. w
Lady No. 2.-Why Jane, how stupid eve
you are. A schooner always has one Wit
L.-(Chattv and quite oblivious of Wal
stupidity)-Whet is a brig? Po
U.-A& brig Lai; two masts and is ua
rigged like a ship wyithi square sails, Ce
-Lnady No. 2.-Jane, look at this r
sloop coming along, anld
C.-That's a schooner; don't you "('E
see the two masts? Sloop one mast, ao
schooner two iasts, ship t1hree masts. Wi
L.-Arc those schooners there with Lut
three 1masts? stri
L.-I thought you said a schooner 7
had but one mafist? col
C.-Two! two masts! Sloop 0110
mast, schooner two, ship three.
L.-ut that schooner has three'
C.-Wrell, it is a three-masted ,
L.-' 'hen a schooner can have any
number of masts?
C.-No. Sloop one mast, schooner.
two and sometimes three masts, ship
L.- 'i sure I can't itiake it out.
t's awfilly puzzlilm. What is a bark? s s
C.-(uiable any Yonger to popular- ref
izo nautical science, falls back on ("'y
technical exp)ressionis)- Vessel with ry,
two masts ship-rigged and one mast its
iloop-rigged, square sails on fore and anti
nninmast, antid lore and aft sails on the lau
L.-AMizzen I What's a nizzon?
C.-Last Ilast aft, miadaim.
L.-Aft,! What's the aft? ims,
C.-The steln, Imladal. tire
L.-Oh, 'i sure I can't make it ""
>ut.. Is that a 1001) there? (pointing '
igamll to a schooller.) tOr
C.-No! it's a schooner! Sloop ono I
unsftt schiooner two, shiip three. --
L.-1owv many~l masts has a man-o'
L.-Well, whait's thme dlineence be
twec' a muan-o'-war anmd aL smack?
(.-(Groans and1( is silenlt.) ~
L.-What are thmose sticks across5
thme mlasts of thalt schooner. capItain ?
0.-That's nlot a schooner. Schooner
two malsts, ship thmree, s1001) 0110.
Thlat's a shlip. Those are the yards N
which hold( the sails.
C.- (encouraged)-Now, thle first
yalrd 011 thle forema~lst is tile fore yard,
the second is thle fore topIl1 yard, the
thmird is the foro gallant yardi.
Lj.-WVhat is that yard sticiing
straighlt up1 ont of that little schooner?
C.-Great Scott I that's nIotfaschoon-.
ar. It's a 81001). Sloop 0110 mast,
schoonier t wo, shlip three. What you
call her yard is her imast.
Lady No. 2.-Certainly, Jan~e,. how
stuplidl you are. Captain, what are the
names10 of thel. other~ lmasts on1 that
schoonler's yad o eepitn
out to uts? *ad o eepitn
(.-(llnterlallv)- - ___
Lady No. 2.-Captain, where are the
C.--(captain wishes lie could tell)- am
Up there 01n that ship's miasts, near the be
L.- (Looking atten tively at a schoon- tin
cr)-Neaur tile top of the masts of that 811i
0.--No, no!i Fulriher down. Whlere
thle luttuck shiroudcs are fastened. No.
u1o, not that vessel. A schloonerl hasa
no lubbers (mentally), except,thmis one, .
1a1n( thley're 0on deck.
L.-(Whlose interest ill thle locality nlic
otf lubbers suiddenly ceases)-Isn't that Sb
a pretty shlip sailinig along? lea
C.--Ship, I TIhat's anf 01(d tubl of a
schiooner(, ml'a'aml. Schloonler two _
mallsts, shlip three masts, sloop on11~
lmast, I tell y'ou.
Li.-Can a 61001) have two masts?
C.-Sloop 01on ast, schoonier two,
Lady No. 2.-How manlymastshas a
sh ip, captain?
(.-Shiipth roe masts, schooner two,
L.-Yes, I know. Schooner 0one
110, I~wo mnasts, sloop two-no, three,
ship onie. Thelire I
PRIUCE'S BAKING POWDERS,
PRiCE'S FLAVORiNG EXTRACTS,,
PRICE'S COLOGNE OND1RAUGHlT..
Anlother su pply of the FOREST
FLOWER COL~OGNE, and a variety
of Preparations for Conghs an~d Colds,
by .W. E. A IKEN,
J. E. iYODONAL4D,
ATTORNEY AT LA W,
WO. 3 LAW 1RANGE1
wiNNI3BORO, 5. 0.
0 R* I Ber of Court House~
Dry Goods and Notions for every- fri
body andi prices low at jab,
SVOz2uWinE & GmtOEBoHEL, 00so
DRYi GOODS *QN rX, BO00 lAW028 RAM LrO2)T fiVu
GLASS A7VN 00AKE4Ry BE, INO 1POD Y AIRA,
ILLOW WVARE, 00OFFEES, TBAS, ITV,, ET,06
IT has been my motto since iopend business in Wininsboro to bring all
articles in my lineeto a livingr profit and do away with those long
rofits which are ruinous to the interests of -any town or city. I do not
Elow or boast as some of my fogy competitors term it. No doubt goods
6st these prices surprise them. But you can get anything in my store at
prices advertised. I sell goods at a small .profit, .and -am determined to
LEAD THE VA.N
My buyer is shipping goods by every .freight at twenty per cent. less
than I could buy them when in New York myself four, weeks ago.
calioes still XV*o-wrer '
2,000 Yards to arrive, 41 cents. Best titandard brands at Si and 7 centis
worth 8 everywhere, .
MIM I f8 PRINS IRU BIM TO fELL I
1'ilack Goods a specialty. I handle Lubin's Cashmeres--the best manu
facturar of Black C3ashmere in the World.
English Crapes, Nun Cloth, Velvetines, Mohairs,
SHOES! S OTS SHOES HO !
Twenty Cases Boots and Shoes just received from the best manufaotar-.
ere. No old trash carried over for the last three years, every pair new and
SOAP, S A EP, SOAP
'ILOT~VED , CO]EES, TEAS fT.,E .
Twaseny ottsof the bet open.da sieer in Winnsboro, tor bcintsal
Fip e Half Chests of Tea, bought fr below it 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
T O ARR I VE
3.000 Pieces Tinware, 5 Pieces Carpeting at 50, 65, 85 dent. and $1.00
Wait and see these goods and save at least twenty per cent.
THE LEADIR EVER I
C~dioos Stil I90woi
John L.- Mimnlaugh.
Dry Goods, 'Boots, shoes ans .ats
DSOS! SHESSHEED S
I e Healf Chetnown Throughout Frfielownt halte. od Ealishd
Brekfst e a F0. DERo& HC sayson The ure. GupWer 7e5. oury
poers using Tne anoud seeytome gsbefore bhyinBcasg e relal
Vtand see od the gode satisacetin Our tetypret
F LE ANDITEER C
OfDry Goods, ig oot an Shoes a Hats t'Frihn
GosadENStions, is complete
PWRIC OE ASCK CLOWIA .
oat 7 ' L
iT SPe knw thouanroughout Fearfierd couantypr that eloldo esabshred
Ihous ofVI JELD$C E E CC. i tmeos alwysnth qae Wa e e ocs
toer oos olle, mad wthay oe dscrkn Why caset wo te are-nelabe
readl onlyi aod hatal gie saiftwin apOcaunrsrcevd
FALV ITE STONGMCHIEC.
WhtO ndCfrd ius Drs Goods, ltig ot anSos vat, Gelusion, nishaing
Gibodnd ostos, colt.s oirae ontNoi
BOltr Groeryrk and Lao odFcuenand epate inul pt enl
sout the tafstas ofevry oodFnynodend. nd als
v ~o cn otal yu Fan asenalDsER god CO.
I3M LITTLH ME)'EoIEEClS'TMay Apple
~er PilaretIe mot relitble In the world.
1untiIVyd by tbl0. ric 1 6 oa r o1rge
to. olby4pru IIIts unty.
MACON, GA, Jly 1, 1819.
havedised Shoonteld's stockC Fewd on my
r608 with the beat results. I had one horse
zed over to me for which the owner would
Ve taken $25, and after treating him with the
Iok Feed for two weeks, I consider him worth
D. My wife has tried it, alco on her chickens,
ich wore dying rapidly witfi cholera, and she
dot lose one after giving the first dose.
old by all Druggist- in this county.
Colusu, GA., Jan. 11, 1978.
OR. J. 0. MOFFETT-Dmer Dotor-LAt sum.
!r, when our little girl was teething, we tried
re~t number of prescription%, but none of
%m relieved her. We finally had brought to
notice your Teethina (Tething Powders),
I used titen with the happiest results. They
ve her a speedy and permanent relief. I
*y heartily recommend them to others.
Yours very truly
President Columbus Female College.
(4 speedy cespee 0/asres and eruptions upon the
a have bet& remawrkable.
OOLDTH WAITE & SON
Druggists, Troy, Ala.
I other allections of the kidneys and bladder
sometimes brought on and often aggravat.
by the negloct of the syraptoms,
ll, if taken in time would no doubtin a
jority of easos yield to treatment. No nedi
o Is so well suited for this as Rankin's om
Ind Extract Buchu and Juniper. It Is a re
ble healing tonlo to the parts, allays iirita
l, and restores healthy action.
'repared only by Hunt, Rankin A Lamar.
1ggists, Atlanta, Ga., and for sale by all
FonsYTn, GA., Dec. 1, 187T.
havo sold Ilankin's Buchu and Juniper for
years, and it. has always given univOIers'
Ifaction, proilng the most vaiuable propa
ion of the kind on the market.
[essrs. Lamar. Rankin & Lamar* Gentlemen:
sember of my family whom i feared bad
isuniption has been entirely cured by the
of Brewer's Lung Restorer. His condition
5 very alarmigg to all of us, and we did
ry thing we coul( think of to benefit him,
houtgiuccess, until I got him a bottle of your
ig I1eltorer. le began to improve after the
done and beforo he had taken two bottles
3 entirely cured where I feared no cure was
sible and I most cheer ully recommend it to
who have any affections of the lungs. le
i coughing and spitting all the time, so in
tantly that It revented his sleeping at
hit, and what little sleep he got did not re.
ih him in the least. fad but little appetite,
l since lie began the use of Brewer's Lung
itorer has alert well and his appetite is very
cil better. I have never seen anything act
)roiptly and effect.a euro in so short a time.
thing you great, success and hoping the
ive may intlinence many to try Brewer's
Ig Restorer where they need a medicine to
'ugthen and restore the Lungs to a healthy
dillon. I in very respectruly,
e Washokgcon Av. near Wesleyan Female
15 by the Druggists of this county.
lood Reasons for the Doctor's Fait.h.
ATtuN HOH, G A, Matnrch 213. 1940.
'e have for twelve months been precribing
8. ("Swirt,'' SVphilitic Specific") in tie
tment or Syphillis and nany other diseases
which it is recommended, an, are frank to
that the resulta have been most. satisfacto
not having been disappointed in a single
ance. We think. for all diseases for whkeh
recomnitided, It stands without a peer,
that the medical profession will, sooner or
r, be forced to acknowledit, it in the treat
it of the Syphilis, in all sta e eAs a #ine qna
N. L. GALLF)WAY. M. D.
J. T. ROBINSON, M. D.
ATLANTA GA. May 22 1879
10 of our workmen had a bad case of Syp'h
of live years' standing, and was cured en -
ly with "Swift's Syphitlc Specific." lie is
- to all apnearances. and In his own bellef
id and well. WM. i. & T. W. lilOPEt.
14WIFT SPECIFiC COMPANY, Proprio
sld by all iruggists,
ill for a copy of "Young Men's Friend."
We are bound to pleaso and think
can interest you if yon need any
ng in 0our hne.
SUGElNHEIMER & OlROEscHEL.
JUST IN STORE.
:W SEED RYE AND BARLEY.
A LOT OF RED RUST-PROOF
OATS TO ARRIVE IN
A FEW DAYSj
BAGGING AND TIES.
i full and complete stock of Famnily
1 Plantation Groceries wvill always
found att mty estatblishmnent, and
y wvilI be sold at prices to suit the
tes. Give mie a call and you shall be
B. I. FIE NNI KEN.
[aadies' furnishing goods, newv and
o Stockings, Corsets, Cloakf-,
awls, eto See the New Goods iad
rn the prices.
SUGENHEINElf & GoXIE8CIDEL.
A KE N OT I CEs
S i'' I( l I TB
IVE CENT CiGARS
A ME RIC A
F. Wt. H ABEXNICIT'8
3lothing for Men, Youths and'
*ys--A meaning sign, yet our
onds say there's nothing moan
out us. Come and suit youru
ves. SUozRNhx~nt & Er..Onvamen.