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THE NEWS D [ lii u
WINNSIuORo, 8. C.
TUBSPAY, November a, : 1630.
JR. rMIANX DA11 S. EtToa.
4XO. 5. S-i'NOLD8. Ausooi TE RoITV.
'a2a IfEMOO A*TIC T10XMET.
ITIELD SCOTT HANCOCIC.
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH.
J. D. KENEv.'Dy.
J. C. CoIT.
Wore ecretary of State.
ft. 31. Si11s.
LERioy F. YOUMANS.
FIer Superiotendent of Education.
IUoii S. THOM3isoN.
For Adjutant and Inspector-Generai.
ARTHIUl M. AIANIGAULT.
For State Treasurer.
JOIN PETER RICHARDsON.
For Congress--Fourth District.
JOHN If. EVINS.
For Soleitor-Sixth Circuit.
T. C. GASTON.
For State Menator.
9h8t1Y A. GAILLARD.
JOiN W. LYLES,
CHAR.ES E. TuOMAS,
GEOU1E 1. MCMASTEIR.
JOHN D. MCCAULEY.
For Probate Judge.
J. R. BoyrLus.
For School CoRnnniosoner.
Wor County (o1mmissionaer'a,
H. OsCAu inr.
J011K A. lIINNA NT,
JAMES R. 11A ItyE,.
GEO100tn S. HINNANT.
IT IS RE1tPORTED THAT IN CASH, TIi
Radicals carry a majority of the votes
of the Electoral Coliege their electors
will vote for Grant and Garfleld instead
ofGarfield and Arthur. This Is not,
credited, but if the ant i-Grant and
mnoral-idea Republicans could sta(l it
we suppose we could.
ABOUT TlEN MILI.ION CITIZ.NS AlE ex
pected to have it siy at (114- pls t
day. It* no coercing in li - wer.
used HLancock would a n'i
majority of a qularte ol a ilim i,
least. Corporatioi and ing ri
the day, however, and, ..l t -, a
very large numwber of 1 he -'l'eri'
can be bought uIp like sheep. The re
sult will be knowi in a (ay 1' ,so.
A Northern View of the Southern
The Springfield. Rept/b/jran, owe (if
the fairest of Northern jourIIalt, n1d
this is not saying much fior it. atoult.
this time, has a long art'icle on the
Political status of' the blac'k mfan in the
South. After depcllCat ing theC11 tiLure
of the Radical Nationul C'ommnittee to
institute a thou anghl ennvass iln the
Southerni Stat e';.r i ihe very begin
ning, It intimates thaut the ellbrts now
making will accomplish niothinig. We
give a long extract, as we deem it
wvorthy of perusal. It says:
The national committee should re
cognize now that they are entering
Iuto the il, that they not only have
to face the disreputalte re(or'(of ear
pet-bog governiiments, with all their
squanidei lng r'ecklessniess and1( ser'ious
scandals, butt also a chainged attitude in
a larg'e par~lt of' the colorett vote, which
they) ha~ve3 been accuelstomned to lump
into the Repu)lbiilcan colun, as8 entirec
Iv their~ ow'n, if untiinildated. P'resi
dent H aves' Southern p~olicy, nioble as
it was I its inception and benecficial in
its operation has been one of the uni
recognized Influaences which have
weakened the hold of~ the party upon
the Southern negro anid p~rep~ared him n
to vote. the D)emocratic ticket in in
creasing numbers. TVho colored broth
er was coddled and petted until lhe
acquired an exaggerated1 ideca of the
impjortanice of' his iuneduicated man
hood( anid dared to go to all ienoithsq, ini
South Carolinma especially, iln <frainhorg
tihe State treasurmy, ats if it was not stea
ill his c'ase, but. mer'eiy t aking an uin
paidl~ balance acculmuhlated( by the long
b)ondalge of' shavery. Thle 8'olid NorthI
hardly realizes the indigtiiioni w hich
doiniatlin aroused among Southern
whites. It burned itself' into their
hearts with a fiery heat wthich swep~t
the negro ont of power in everv
Southern State, and largely out of' thi's
Intense passion sprang the white
leaguer and kukhiux k lan. Bu~t thougjh
overthrown, the negro still ret rin'ed
his conitldence iln the aility of the iRe
pubbani part y to re istate him ini pow
er1, in spite of tihe hullhdozinug and~ bal.1
Jot-box frands by wich l his inmjorit ies
were supprel'sse'Ld. Thel( negro talkes5
niaturally to the piatertnal ideca, anld i<
eonfidlence was shiaterei' anhd his h ope
blasted whn the I layes administrionlhi
Cdevlop~ed its policy of lea vin the Ia
Southern States to g'overn' t hemiselveis
wvithmout .1Ihe aid of' Fed~eral h~ayon)ets.
a by-word andl repr'oach throulghout
thme'South, anid rather than fhee the
work of his owni hands~i alone1, the
black manl abniost wenti. out ofi p~olitics
altogether. lIIis gradua rIiIme-ulaar
anice finds himi mlore disp~osed to yield
to the Inducements of' oune sort and
another tendtered by the whites to
wvhom lhe waIs fo~'rmely aucnstomed, as
a slave, to look lfor dIiiret'tion, avc
andt help. Th~e old niao er is less
br'utal now that thei Il!o"o own weak
him in~to aL seine of' ii- 'inri in
dealing wiithi ednaealed brain na i.
tail, andit the lepubI l ica jellr . - h -
thing mfore to do thbaa I i I ..
ter salt and1( call ii'n ...
them back Into the' otl fontd. 'The ,
000~ of theum whlo voet'd in. Ie n lea t
Ge~or'gla elect 14)n1were' di v i~lda bi w% leen
RIegu lar and( 1independen t l )l'mIlcraflt,
adthey are hnling thatt their 4,1l
mnaster's are' not such aiwfuil politic'al
mlonbters as the st ialt'1 wai deliight t o
picture', Tro be sure it is the llepui.~I
canm part-y and1( not President I il'e
who has deserted thoem, halt thiey ;ire
not acustomiedl to lne dlist in'tionls
amnd do not reopdze/ the di thlronce.
JIn the words of 1. D. Shadld, a leadling
colored man in Mississippi, and torm
crliy speaker of' theo louse of lenre-'
elieving now tlIat there la no.hlm1
In the national political programilai
designed to better their 3onditdoi
anny colored 1u0n have determiied t
plan their own mode 6f coUnejlatiorl
by burving the past, Uniting In coir
nssionl fellowehip with brains mid capi
tal il tine election of Inen who wil
restore lost confldence, cultivate fit
f re friendship and obliterate old an
deep-Reated feelings of political prej:
Mr. Shadd Issues a very candid adl
dress to the colored peopl*e of th
Stato, urging union witi thie Democ
racy as their wisest policy, and hi
great argument is that thei nations
administiation has flrst deserted th
colored man to his fate, so that I
must perforce make the best terms I
canl With hispolitical op)Onentts.
The PI'ident of the United States
whtler Gen. Grant or Mr. Hayes
iad a constitutional duty to perfor:
In, which he could not regard the nceoS
sities of the Reiblican party. But tl
party orgaidzation itset was under n
need of abandonIng the South whoi
the troops were withdrawn. Unfor
tunately the Republican theory of tl
14th amentnent was that it imutist per
petuato Republicaln majorities at thn
South. It did nothing of the kind
but by the excesses of negro miisgov
ernment put the Republicans out o
power and made imperative, the nee
of great effort on the part of the lic
publicans locally to retain place an
being. The party in the nation shoull
have continued tflat elrort. What th
President could not do, the nationi
committee of the Republican part
coul. But it has done nothing of th
kind. i has antagonized the Soll
South with the Solid North, instead c
with the disinteigrationi of its own Cet
ments. The sooner the party advance
its pickets and outposts into the Southl
recovering here and there districts
counselinhg tihe independents of bot
races to join issue in harmony agains
tle intolerance of Soulthern Conservn
tisum, the sooner will it recover i hiol
ink that sectioni of the count ry.
The Republican shows Its wisdor
iln a great deal of what it says, but i
need never expect ladicalisi to reviv
down here. The stench It created stil
lingers in the attimosphere; and th
South will be solid-more especially 1
Garfield should be counted in.
W ILL1AM Al (I-A)SN2'ONE.
A Pen Plcture of the Great Brtish Prernitei
lr. Gladstone and his family ar
thus plelaS11 santl described iln solile re
cent works of the Rev. )r. T. .1. Cuv
lir: "The toremost. Saxonl-speakii'
man oil tle globe to-diay is Willial
Sw ar. Ghlionie. No other livini
Inm l , uniiless it he lismarck, is so lm.
pressiI.g h1inn4el, on the afleirs of tl
i'iwd worli. With ia great braii
i a b. 1 otly (: nild i great heart t
'1 Wii' u illNOA.1-chopper of HawardeI
is iii mdyiy 'liting up his- axe 0upo1
.Wu 1 eI hut is Fe ling to the carti
' p rial piu-ly aid the ileader win
u.:- porl.d on1 its top-most, bough
...... -- iirstheard Mr. Gladstone ii
i 1wou meIr of' 1857. Ile was then sit
I; n'" 4on 11 '111iisterial beuches' of th<
!:ow4v 1 ot (oiinInons, in the rear o
e24n11iql (Old Paellirstoni, and not fial
'roin Ohe diiimillutive figure of Ear
(thenl Lord ,John) .Russell. Glad.
ston's spcqli was short, but, polisie(
and griaceful. Coming away I said t<
a tfriomi, 'Hle remnitds mie of 1 1en1i'
Clay ini liguro and11 in fascination o
specechl.' in those times hie used Li
speak for livo hours on the Budge
with sneh rare chaurms of oratory tha
the diest statistics 1had( the flavor o)
p)oetry. ......In 1872, 1. sawv Glad
stone for tihe second time; lie was theri
Premijer of Enigland, andu conducting
tihe troublesome ntegotiations with ouw
country on the 'Alabama atihir.' 10i
had growna broader and stouter in
those fifteen years. JIis s'pacious fore
hiead, broad shioulder's, majestic wval
andI~ .s~Oorous voice remuinnded me1 then
of WebIslter'. Slening al p~isanit
hour wvith himn at his breaikfast-taible,
was immeni~lsely imprei'ssedi wuith ii
dlownriight. hionesty andl( his devoun
conscientions mani hans not1 llgured in
l'nish~i public lif'e s'iice Jolm lHamlp
deni....... Mr. (3huhdtonie is ai devout
ear'nest chhmian, withI vervy cordiia
reolationms towarnds 'dlissenter's.'' I Duri
ing the lt elect ion camlpaig'n th<
P'resbyter'ians and1( Non-conform'iistn
hanve suppor'tedi11 himwithi inmmense eni
thiusiasii. TIhey helieve in him11. ]
have lately repubilishned thle incident (
Mr'..Gilstonie's imiissing thle poet
strieet-sweepecr from beforle his5 (1oor
le wient to visit himu, and said tin
sweeper', 'Mir.G0lad tone knee00( led dowI
bly miy bed~ and1( maide ia prayer'C for mec.
(God send ins such statesinen as thatU
Mr's. Gladstone, (a datughteri of ti<
late Sir Stephen Glynin of 11awairdei
Castle) is a noble and1( gifted wi omaan
Site talked to mec about her eterpris
of' Christian charity with miuch enthm
siasm. One of' their sons, Rev. Steph
en Gladstone, is thme r'ector of' ianward
eni and1 t wo others are in Pariliamnent.'
NINETY Mi I.s A N Ilou n.-T1her'e wai
turnied out fr'om the Girant Locomo
live Works in Paterson, N. J1., r'ect
ya neCw locomiot ive of' pecuiariii conl
str'nuction, initended foi' the Pit tabur'gh
tiugenie Fiotinei, thei inven't Ioir, ela ini
thgat this locomnot iv can heii mm'liiie to gi
miin'ty miles an hour, while the ma
chlinery' is runi ilo faster' lhiant that, o
lihe rate of1 sixtyV miles ani hoiur. TIhn
miachiinery' is sill (on toip of' Ilh boile1
misteaid of uminer it. Th'ie diviiin<
wheel i'ests oti aniothecr wheel, whlicI
it turi'n rests otn the track. This lowu
wvheel has two rims, onio a foot smnallel
thanm thle other. TIhie oiiter triim touhe
the tirack, and the inner or smaller in
sutpports the drivinig wvheei. rThe muo
tiin of' the driving wi'heel thus comn
mluic(ated1 Is maltgnilled by this ai'
rangement so thait the lower wvheo
tuirns onie-thirtd lfaster' lhan tihe driivim
wheel, anld so lihe slpeed is incrieaised
Tine stalleri imi of thie lower wh'iee
bearns to t he luarger rima a r'ela titi Simli
hia' to thait of' a verys largre hub to am~
wihee. Oft course'5 anyl raste of1 miotiot
'onnun ic~ated to such' a hubi is greathI
itigin i lied ani tihe l('r'iphr ofnv ) th'
un h'. ini ihe sinmei wanr the nmotion
he wheelii'c in' thnis ca~so in
I ihe iu,,'nhiari arrnangcenmnl
-1 i re'stS ulponi. ir. Von
bts nhnhar his toconmot ive, it' ii
n' 10 i o the~ n(casedi r'egijgnmg(
be 4':V '.011oul e run at. the rate o
u'. cles an ho'nrm. lie expects it to
wi uilnely nniles an hnour' casily. Thie
mI hi atr of I lie new locon'notive
ui hb-4)ood propped up on blocks
wa pa! ii nmotion on Saturdadiy wvith
iat i(actory iresults. Many r'ailm'oat
nuilimhave isited it.
--Twvo of' the best steel etnravers ii
tis country are 'vomen, (one livinmg in
New York and1( the othier ini Columbus
A AlYRlJI S DAIS IXO.
"If I Don't Conio Book In Fifteen sinutes,
Shnt 1he Ska ft Forever.0.
Gold II I1 (Nev.) News.
There are no braver men 1li
world than enn be found among the
miners of the Constock. Accustom16
i to thee dangers every daV 6f their
- lives, they never shrii nk fromi the call
3 of duty. An instance of personal
. bravery occurred recently at Ithe Hale
and Norcross which is worthy of re
. cord, as showing what men will do
a and dare. -When theQ pump column inl
- the mine burst, the flow of watndr,
s which is usually pumped at the Jale
i and Norcross, a large portion of which
3 comes from the well known north
3 drift on the 2200-level of the Savage,
3 and is very hot, Was sent throUgh con
necetions to the C. N. S. shaft to be
raised to the Sutro tunnel level. One
day this flow of water was unusually
strong. The pumps labored assidri
- ously to keep it down, but labored in
vain. Bailing tanks wore added, but
y still the accumlulation could not be
kept down. When the 2400 station at
- the shaft was soine thrc0 feet inder
3 water, informationt was sent to the
- Hale and Norcross of the Ihet, and a
3 desire was expressed to know the
, cause of the increased flow. The
- necessity of an investigation thus be
' caine iperative. Superinitendent
1 Deldesheimer, not knowing what
- might have happened lin conilned lo
I cahty to threaten, the safety of the mten
I on the lower levels, and not wishing
to send men where lie was unwillin,,g
I to go himself, sent for Foreman Kol
r logg, who was working on the broken
) pump11 column, intbrmed him of the
I situation of allairs, and asked lit to
f go with himself aid see what was
- wrong. Mr. Kellogg would not alloW
3 Mr. ljeldesleImer to incur the risk of
the exploration, and set about prepar
, mg to go aloie. lie saturated a wool
i len shirt with ice water and bound it
t oi and over iis head, leaving but a
- single eye exposed. lie then muilled
I both hands, and thus prepared entered
the drift, leaving witi the superintend
Sent i request that, It he did not return
t in fifteen minutes, the drift should be
closed behind him, to be opened no
more. This could well bo done, as
I the Savage had bulkheaded that level,
3 the air had been shut out, and the
fwo kings there practically abandoned.
After euluriig that terrible heat for
twelve minutes Mr. Kellogg catte back
N10 reported nothing amiss. Tbc ex
tri water was but an unusually large
iutermittent flow froim the oh norith
drift in Savage. When stripped of his
mul11ings Mr. Kellow' toiuld that in
som11 Way (ne of his Tands had become
bared while in the (drift, and the back
of it had been burned to a solid blister
by tle dry. hot air to which lie had
been exposed. Water boils inl the
Comstock at 198 degrees, and he had
sustained for twelve minuites a tem
peratur-e only 40 degrees below that of
boiling water and sulficient to lave
roasted him in at very short time.
FIRST-CLA SS SNAMKI STORIES.
"Do vou want some items about
snakes?" asked an aogricultural-ru ral
looking gentleian o1 tihe .Eagl's city
editor the other day.
"If they are fre.sh and true," re
sponl0ded (lhe editor.
"Exactly," replied the farmer.
"These items are both. Nobody knows
'em but mie. I got a 1arm down on
the island a piece, and there's lots of
snakes oni to it. Near the house is a
1)ond( about six feet (lee). A week
aomlittle girl juniped into the
pond, anmd would have drowned if it
had notl been tor' a snaike. Tme snake
sceen her anmd went for lher and brought
her ashore. The parliticular poinit
about this item is the way that lbe did
"Hwwas it?'' asked tihe city edi
"It was a black snake thirty feet
long, and ho just coiled the umidlle of
hiimself'aromid lier nick so she couldn't
swvallow any water', anud swumn ashoire
with his head and tail. Is that, a good
"You can spread it otut, you know.
After they got ashiore thme girl patted
the snake'on Ih ho.olcad, aund It went oir'
as pleased as Piich. Ever siince lie
coumes to thme house regular' at meal
times, and sho feeds hmim on pie.
Think yon can nmake anything out of
"Uer'taiinly. Know any moic?"
"Lemmne see. You ha've heard of
"J.ust so. Not long ago we heard a'
feairful row ini th~ cellhar on10 night. It
soiunded Ii ke a rock-blast. andI then
thieire was a hiss and~ thiings was quiet.
When 1. looked ini the morning the
cideri ha rel had busted. But we
-didn't lose muclh eider'."
"Ilow dlid you save it?"
"Jt seems that the staves had busted
out, but before t hey could get awaw
four' hoo p-snakes coiledl arounmd the
barrel and11 tightened up andl hold it
toegetheir uintial we driew it oil' ini bot.
tles. T1hait's thie way we found 'eum,
andl we've kept 'cm ai'oumd the house
-ever since. We'r'e training 'em f'or
shawl str'aps now. D~oes that strike
you1 faviorabhly for' ani item ?"
"Enir'mously," resp~ondled the city
"Y''ou can fix it iup so as to show
Imtow qu aick t hay w'ere to get t here be
for'e lie stav'es were blo0wni off. You
'cani wor'k in the dletailIs."
"Of' course. ' l'1l auttend( to all that.
Doe you thinik of' any thing more?''
"'I dion't call anv' to mind Just at
p~resenit. My witfo knows a lot of
snake items, but I forget 'em. Bv the
' way, though, I've got11a regular living
'curiosity down on1 may place. One dlay
mamy eldest boy wats sittingi" on the baick
I stoop doing fils sums, and~ti hecouildnu't
get 'emn right. ie felt something
against his~ fauce, and there was a little
snako coiled at) on his shoulder amid
looking at the slate. In four minutes
lie had done all the sunis. We've
I amedl himi so lhe keeps all 0our ac
colis, and ho is the light ningist cuss
at. iguires you ever seen. HoI can run up
a column eight 1eet long in three see
I nds1. I wouldn't taike a reaper f'or
"Wh7Iat kind of a snake is lie?" in
q (ulred the city editor, curiously.
''The neighb~ors all call him an ad
"Oh, ves, ye," said the city edlitor,
a little disconcerted. "'v'e heard of
t he Slpecies."-BP'ooklyn~ Ea1,lc.
--Thme Paria police lately arrested an
English womian niamied Bird, a most
accoumpisdihed shoep-lif'ter, who has been
in te ha0t1o patyinig anmnual visits to
P'aris, arriving wvith several trunks
Iemptyv, and returning after soe
monlths~ with tihe truniks full. Every
maorning she left her hotel In Rune de
R icheliecu inm carriage, ont . a foraging
(eur'sion, in thle cona'se of whiceh .ghae
P lipped1 whr t pleased her into an . umn
- FACT08 FOlt FiMLNINES.
-Tho president of the board of ii
ndgiations.f.Wyotning is birs. A. 11.
Sp.wr6, vh holds her 'hniminsIon
fi~i the Governor.
.Thore ir mori than three mil
lions of wonen In Efigland and Walos
trying to earn a living in. the various
trades ad Industries.
--The leiders of the classes at Vassar
College is a Japantese girl. She Is f1om
the elite of Japanese society, and is
both-stylish and popular,
-The official repoi'terof the Codrts
of IWasinlgton county, Ohio, is a wo
inan. This is thle first case of a lady's
being appointed to-such an offlice in
-The Priicess Of'Wales will, this
month,. lay the fottndiation stone of a
hospital for gentlewomen in reduced
circumstances, Irrespective of their
social posittons or work.
-At the school election at Saratoga,
N. Y., three women wereelected men
bers of the board of education. Three
men ran against I hem, but the women
wero chuosen by fifty majority out of a
vote of nearly,900.
--They have soie enterprising old
women over in Kentucky. The other
day an old lady of that State, although
ninetv-nine years of age, not only
walked five iiles to a circus, but sav
edfilly cents by crawling uider the
-We are not very observing, but
we have noticed thiat the first thing
any .woinan does on alighting from a
carrmige is to carefully put her right
hand in conjuinction with her back
lair, just to see if it's all right.
--A lady traveler remarks that the
cleanliness and order ol board 81.1:),
where all work is done by men, In
cilding Ihat of tihe kitchen and the
care of the cabins, almost convinces
her that woman has Inistaken her vo
cation in attempting to grapple with
-There's a girl in Kamsas only
nineteei years old who can knock a
squirrel out of the tallest tree with
her rifle, ride a kicking mustang, help
"round up'" a herd of cattle, and ride
down a jack rabbit, and yet, the local
paper states in a tone of surprise and
a little inxiety, "'sheis not married."
-The widow of the late novelist,
Lord Lytton, is a termagant, and since
their separation, which occurred more
than a generation ago, she has neglect
ed no opportunity to vilify h1im1. In a
book sh has recently pu'blished, she
writes him down as anl ass and a
"loathsome brute," and retbrred to
their omily liviig child, the late Gover
nor-General of India, as "a miserable
An Ordinance to Prevent the Carrying
of Deadly Weapons.
1 E IT ENACTED AND ORDAINED by
I the Intendant and Wardens of the
Town of Windsboro, S. 0., in Council
1. That hereafter it shall not be lawful
for any person to carry concealed about
his person, within the corporate limits of
the smid Town, any pistol, dirk, dirk
knife, bowie-kni fo, razor, sling-shot,
brass knuckles, sand-bag, sword-cano or
other deadly weapon.
It. Tlat any one violating this Ordi
nane-, ihall be arrested by the police and
connitt ed to the guard-heuse, unless
good bail, in the sum of fifty dlollars, be
given to seeuro his app~earanee before the
th Town Council for trial when sum
III That any one0 violating this Ordi
nance, shall, unon conviction thereof, I e
finfed not exceeding fifty dollair, or be iii
prisonied in the county jail for a term n mt
exceeding ten days.
D~ono in Council, this the 7th day
May, eighteen hundred and eighty, wi
the corporate seal of said Town affixed.
JAS. A. BRICE,
E. S. CHANDLER,
DR.1 W. E. AIIREN,
Drugs, Alediciues, Toilet Goods, etc.
A Lprosholding claims atgenst
th onyof F~airlield will prement
them to thme Clurk of the Board of C ounty
Commissioners by the let of Novemaber,
1880. J. A. IIINNANT,
Oc t 5-txta C. B. C. C.
(Al EESE I CIIEESE li
A FRIESII sup~ply of' Cneeso just re
acived amnd for saile at
J. M. BEA TY % Co's,
sent 1 On thei Corner.
E. R, STOKES.
IBLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERI
T~ ~AS mo ved opposite uhe city Hall,
- ..L where ho is fully prepared, with
first-class workmen, to (10 all kinds of
work in his line.
BLANK BOOKS RULED to any pattern
and bou11( nd any style desired.
My facilities and long acquaint ance with
thme 'business enable inc to guarantee
samtisi action oni orders for Blank Books,
RailroadI Books, and Books for the use of
Clerks of Court, Sheriffs. Probate Judges,
Masters in Equity, and other county offi
ials. Pamph~llets, Magazines, Miiusic,
Newspapers and Periodicals and all kinds
of publications bound oa the most rca
sonablo terms and in the best manner, All
orders prompitly attended to.
E. R. STORES,
Main streeL, opposite now City Ilall, Ce
etluambia, 8. C.
PRi ICE'S BAKING POWDERS,
PR ICE'S FLAVORING EXTRACTS,
PRICE F'S CQLOGNE ON DRAUGHlT.
Another suplly of the FOREsTr
FLOWER COLOGNE, and a variety
of P'reparations for Coughs and Colds,
b~y W. E. AIKEN.
J. E.' MCDONALD,
ATTORINEY AT LA WV,
NO. 8 LAW .VRANGE,
1" In Rear of Court Iouse.
Dry Goods and Notions for every.
body and pricts .Iow at
SuoF.uurIEn3E & n~IOm.CmETm
TH1 9 LITTLIE. M190IND W1i 'r-Alay Apleo
iUver P1ills ore tile ihost roilalji in the wor d,j
vegot lb ere t1hu5 cents for large
'MACON, GA., July 1, 16T9.
I have used -8boorteld's Stock Feed on my
horses with the beat results. I had one horse
turned over to me for which the owner would
have t-ken $25, and after treating him with the
Stock Feed for two weeks, I consider him worth
$t6O. My wife has tried it., alco: on her chickens,
which we:e dying rapidly with cholera, and she
did dot loso one after giving the first doso.
J. I. PboRTER,
Proprietor Livery Stable.
Sold by all Druggists in this county.
Coixu&IBV, GA., Jan. 1T, 1878.
DR. J. C. MOFFBTT-D r Docto-Last eutm
men when our little girl was teething, we tried
a greit number of prescriptions, but none of
them relieved her. Ve finally had brought to
our notice your Teethina. (Tetthing Powders),
and used them with the happiest results. They
gave her a speedy and permanent relief. I
very heartily recommend them to others.
Yours very truly,
0. T1. GLENN,
President Columbus Female College.
Its opeedy curen of sores and erupdtona upon the
skin have been remaarkable.
GOLDTHWAITE & SON,
Druggists, Troy, Ala.
HiI/rfH AND BEAUTY COMBINED.
Woman's fughts.-Ono who has long studied
this subject now presents the result of him in
vebtigations. lie Is happy to fav that he has
discovered "Woman's Best Friend." It is
adapted especially to those cases where the
wonb is disordered, and will cure any irregu.
larity of the "menses." Bradileld's Fetmale
Regulator acts like a charm in "whites " or a
su:iden check of the "monthly courses,' from
cold, trouble of mind or like causes, by restor.
lng the charge in every instance. In chronic
cases its action is prompt and decisive, and
saves the constitution from countless evils and
pretnature decay. Prepared by Dr. J. Brad
flold. Atlanta, Ga. For sale at $1 60 per bottle
by all druggists.
Mlltown, Chambers Co Ala., July 18, 18TT.
I have used your Femaie Regulator exten
ilvely in my practice for a long time, and with
entire success where there was no complication
of disease. If It is not a specitle, it is. in my
opinion, tei best known remedy for he dis
eases for which it Is recommended.
J. H1. DAVIS, M. D.
Messrs. Lamar, Rankin & Lamar; Gentlemen:
A member -of my family whom I feared bad
Consumption has been entirely cured by the
use of Brewer's Lung Restorer. Ills condition
was very alarming to all of us, and we did
every tlung we could think of to tenofit him,
without success, until I got him a bottle of your
Lung Restorer. lie began to improve after the
first done an before he had taken two bottles
was entirely cured where I feared no cure was,
possible and I most cheer ully recommend it to l
all who have any affections of the lungs. Ho
was coughing and spitting all the time, so in
cessantly that it prevented his sleeping at
night, and what little sleep lie got did not re
fresh him in the least. Had but little appetite,
and since le began the use of Brewer's Lung
Restorer has slopt, well and his appetite is very
tauch better. I have never seen anything act
so promptly and effect a enre in so short a time.
Wishing you grat success and hoping the
above may influence many to try Brewer's
Lung Restorer where they need a medicine to
strengthen and restore the Lungs to a healthy
condition. I am very resnectful
M 11. E. -J. WILLI AS,
C2 Washington Av. near Wesleyan Female
ol by the Druggists of this county.
Good Reasons for the Doctor's Faith.
Al UNuoEC, G A, March 23, 1S8.
We have for twelve months been prescribing
8. 8 ("Swift's 8yphilitic Specific") in the
treatment of Syph~fil and many other diseases
for which it is recommended, an-1 are frank to
say that the resuts have been most satisfacto
ry, nlot havingbeen disappointed in a single
Instance. We think. for all diseases for which
It is recommended, It stands without a peer,
land that thei medical profession will, sooner or
later, be forced to acknowledge it in the treat
Dient of thle syphi, in all stages as a &ine qua
N. L. GALLoWAY, M. D.
J. T. ROINSON, M. D.
ATLANTA, GA., bay 22, IST9.
One of our Workmen had a bad case of Syph
ils ffv ers' tadnand was cured en.
tieywt SitsBpiltic Specic." lie is
nwtalaperneand in his own bnllef,
Iontndwl. M . & T. WV. HOoPER.
TESiF SP IFCCOMPANY, Proprie
Calfor a copy of "Young Men's Friend."
We are bound to please and think
ecan interest you if you need any
thing in our hine.
SUGEINHEIMER & GROE80HEL.
JUST IN STORE.
NEW SEED RYE AND BARLEY.
A LOT OF RE~D RUST-PROOF
OATS TO ARRIVE IN
A FEW DAYS
BAGGING AND TIES.
A fullian~d complete stock of Family
and Planitat ion Groceries will alway's
he fonudmr at my establislulnenlt, an~d
they Will be solt I at prlices to stilt thic
tinmes. Give 1me ai call andit you shall be
Ladies' furnishing goods, new and
nice Stockings, Corsets, Cloakf.,
Shawls, etc. See the New Goods an~d
learn the prices.
SUGENHEIMERI & GIIOES0BEL.
T A KE NO0T I CE.
lIANCOMK AND ENOLI,\II
FIVE CENT CIGARS
F. W. HIABENICHIT'S
Clothing for Men, Youths and
Boys-A moaning sign, yet our
frionds say there's nothing moan
ibout us. Come and suit your
Belve8. SffRiIMEU &r OmtFnlru.
DRY GOODS NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING,
GLASS AYD CROCKER.Y WARE, WOODEN WARE,
WILLOV WARE, COFFEES, TEAS, ETC., ETC.
T has been my motto since I opened business in Winnsboro to bring all
. articles in'my line to a living profit and do away with those long
profits which are ruinous to the interests of any town or city. I do not
blow or boast as some of my fogy competitors term it. No do.ubt goods
at 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 VAN I
My buyer is shipping goods by every freight at twenty per cent. lese
than I could buy t1em when in New Y.wk myself four weeks ago.
Callcr u- .t 'AT c ,
2,000 Yards to arrive, 41 cents. Best hfitndard brands at 6j and 7 cents
worth 8} everywhere.
RtIM1N&Uf8 PREIa AREBlU801 Th EllL !
]Mack Goods a specialty. I handle Lubin's Cashmeres. -the best manu
facturer 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 malnufactur.
era. 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. T.AS, TEAS.
Fi e Half Chests of Tea, bought 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- -
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 and Hats
DESPORTES & EDIMUNDS.
(WRIGHT'S HOTEL BLOCK, COLUMBIA, S. C.)
ALWAYS RELIABLE I
1T IS well known throughout Fairfield county that the old estabbished
Ihouse of F. ELDER & CO. is alwaiys on the squalre. We me outcus
tomers goods once, andl they come bh..:k. W .v ? Bee -use o rnw
and sell only goods tha.t gA- sef.<'' a. idr
Of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots anld anes iatL, Uent.& .I'urnishing
Goods and Notions, is completo.
.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
suit the tastes of every one.
THE DAY VERTICAL FEED
SE WNQ MA0CHINE
CH ALLENGES THE WORLD TO -PRODUC !O g2 EQUAL:I
IW One thousand dollars reward off'ered to any person that wl oa ra
a ran gof wvorke and do it as well1 oP a.m other mihoasca h o il doe ogra
the "DAVIS VI RTICA L l'EE'D 1A WIG MAChINE."'a Arrcangeedns or
he contest will be made with any One desiritig to Compete for te rabments for
reward, within a reasonable time after wvritten applhIcationI la receivedienae
DAVIS SMWING MA(UIE 'CO.,
Another large lot of the above Machines and the Imp~roved Weed Just rc
ceive..._J. 0. BOA , Agent.
Wbiteand Colored Piques, Dress Goods invariety, Illusion, Silks, Satins,
Belts, Linen and Lace Collars, Fichus, Ties andceeverythngs Renl,
found in a first-class Dry Goods, Fancy Goods and Milliner Estblisa
ment. You can get all you want asi easonably as same goods can be boughs