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11JiNBOllO, S. C.
XATURDAT Noveubrne 6. : is
. 1. M RE'.NA 1>.1 'I , Rm'oiI.
Fuller rettaris d) not ehmn:.c the
suit of I the Pei 1(den1 tial elect(ion. :
diented ink Tite-sAlay nighItt's dispatcl
It scens Ilint ColHlinj, was corrt
sa'iig that tindifi a A4d Ohio - v0i
nlot decide the cleciioni, atd that t
battle must be fouglit in the S(ate
New York. Aclting upoi this t
Irllpublicans masmeI all tler fojrces
that State, andt thri'ough the aid
Oranits sectional harangitos, tle Fin
of manMufacti rers in regard to cla
ing the tariff, the unseritilous bit
dozitig of employes by corporatic
and of naturalized voter.s by Jo
- Davenport, together with the machh
ry of the State governinent, throv
nto Republican hands by John K
ly's defection last year, and the 1
tor's supposed treachery in the presc
crisis, they have carried that State f
Garfield, thus ensurIng his electic
New York City which should ia
given 50,000 majority for Ilanco
gave but 40,000, owing to the disi
pu tablo city nominations made
Tammany, and repudiated by 30,0
or 40,000 Democrats. This loss ga
the State to Garfleld. New J'rs
sustained her reputation by voting I
Hancock, and In addition Califori
and Nevada, to the surprise of eve
one, arrayed themselves beicath I
banner of the soldier statesman. Co
iecticut, Indiana and Maine went 1I
publican. Had the Democracy i
placed all their hopes .upon tle
States, they might possibly not lia
been defebated. But havinr staked f
on Indiana in October, they lost a
They foolishly gavo up the Paci
Coast in advance and it vas this Vol
which induced the floating voto to nI
over to Garfield, when Indiana wl
We are glad that Oir defeat was
worse, and indeed that there is ii
after all a "Solid North" against
"Solid South." The electoral vo
will-stand, 213 for Garfield and 1
for 'Hancock, almost an exact revers
of the what the vote should have be(
in 1876. The Democrats have survi
ed many severer defeats Ithia this ia
it is idle to talk of' abanidoning the on
party that has lived tlroughi evil r
port and through good rieport sin
the foiidation of tle Iepublic. 1
still rctaina the Senate and Iossibly 1I
House, and therefore hold the key
the sitit tio I.
While the )oeioerats have not su
ceeded in controlling Ih1 governme
they have nieverfheles )een stroi
enough in the last six years to ite
pose a very formidable barrier to 1I
publican aggressions. Ini 1872 thi
teen States were ruled by the bayone
polling' phrees were einvir'oned wi'
cordontis of F'ede'ral soldiers, antd dep
ty marshals inivaded rariial precjituwas
plain violation of thie htuw. Tbe a
sencoe of' troops, thie enring ofi (t(he'
marshale, the abholitioni of' Ithe te
oath, by mean s of' whh-h~ jui we
packed fir coict ionai,nr it.1 ikh l
iroofs of' whait the l ('i'inrov le
dlone~ in thie cee o ch~. il libert v.
stronig minity'i exertk, :a ne;::ative i1
fluenuce abnio.st as grea1 :2 I he' positia
influeneoic of th(le quajuit yv tid for thI
reas5on, Ji' for' nto owr ite' h e D emoci'a
of the United Staites should Mi
shoulder to shoulder prelepred to hio
thelr oppontents to a StirCie accounit
D)emocrats wvouldl inieviialy lead
Iladical aggruessionts. Let us fli<
stand firmuly by Our principles. Ii
an intconitrov'ersible faict. (hat if thie ui
tramnmelled voice of' the people1 cou1
1)0 heard and if overy citizen cou
cast lis vote without tear of his el
ployer, a lairge ntejoity woutld1
10ound( In the ranks of' tIn Demnocrac
it is the pe1ople's panty, atid so so<
- as elections in all the Stlates arc lie
en the sante (day, so as to pr'event t
whole weight of the1 Federal admuin
tration fromt being thrownt into t
scale, it must necessarily wvin. T
partisan decisioni of thie Indiana S
preime Court which remanided th1
State to thie October column af'tcr
majority of' its citizens had1( voted
change the time~ of its ekeet ion to IE
vemnber. was the fataol blunder wh'li
caused! the defeat of' ilancock. It
elaimed that this decision wa-s reniti
ed in order to force the nomination
llendr'icks 1upon1 l'q Democr'at pai
if this be trute Ulenic'iks I
destroyed himsel5, '1s his DenT
cr'atic comp~ietitors. .lled to:
ceivo tho nomnatiot . now lie I
the melancholy satilsf'ation of' seci
the man wvho counted him c-ut in 16
bimseif eounted in in 1880.
Though hai'd ont the Democr'ats
may be well for the country that I
gover.nmet is divided. Each pal
wvill. watch the otheri, and no sweepi
change will uinseltle thie prosper
no0w witnessed on eveiry hand.
couslasion, let us all hope for the se1
ofthimself'and of the Union, that (1
dd Is not the rascal that we hi
been taught, to consider him. Let us
tuirnisou thoughts awvay from po0l1t
.or' a wvhle and r'etuirn with r'eneui
asidulty to' our' private occuplatih
anid affairs. We can breathe fra~
for another t wo years. After' tha
biut sufficient unto thie day Is the c
-Conkhiug was allowed: to dr'
Maud 82. for a little spurt at Cine
niati, atnd, whenu lie felt h imuselIf behi
a na that coildd take htimi away at
2.11 place, somte leole thiought tI
. eard ibrgay, '.' ow,. Spr-ague, co
on wigh yui 01(1 shotga I"
.Ameriean socialism will neveor
tehId beovond the umann ll-om.*r~,
3fbw Mfouxthram Wo'en blanaged During I
the War-Roseso 3 ntnwest.,gh Rsnalulsecnet g.
of tho Years of the Blockade.
80, tFrom liarpqr's iasaar.
- A part of the story of tile seif-6%cri
floe with which the Southeri': IWople I
chlu to their hopeless cliuse lflqgfex1
cit111010 surprise 1n --the outside ,1
world than that which tells of the k
1 0 difi-uh ies of dre& uider the block- i
I tt. iltnaer antd cold, ruinied homes t
an~d hearlthstones madeo desolate- s
- thse were0 to be expected as the logiti- a
ill 1i1ne ils of war; but that women, r
I urture!d .ll luxury, should willinig- t
hly submilt to wear old clothes c
of* anIld ,rentaIn itl .iglorallce of the fIshion v
-t his, it appears, wits h10olsti boyond li
1in A riding-dress, which was among I
of. tle sens-1ation1 of Richmond durinig ti
the last, tdays of the war, and wihich 0
. cost a smiall brtuno lin Confederate tj
S11101y, wits worn next summer In y
I1- Contral Park-only once, for it made s)
118 its wearer tllpl(pitsantly conispicuous. 1
m It was of 1ue gray Coifederato army V
e- cloth, with the bottice trimmed like tj
the coat of a Contfederate brigadier, ti
Vn1 and fastened with Virginia military n
it- The manufacture of homepun al- i
nt though pursued under many isadvan- sl
r tages, was carried to great perfection.
Tle women of the South wore as a ;
n- class by no means the selfish, self-in- a
ve dulgent creatures which the are rep- a
ek resenlted to be In modern fleition, The T
'e- mistress 'of a plantation, with a large n
family of slaves to care for, hld no tI
sinccure. Among such there were h1
00 many notable house-wives and good si
ve managers, renowned atmong their ac- o,
3v quahitinces not only as good cooks g
r but for their home-made linens an 1
flannels, the blankets and bcd-spreads d,
la of' their owi mfllamlicture which gain- ti
Iy ed rizes at industrial fairs. It
Io OI overy planltatilon there was a bj
. greater or less mbor of Womien t
slaves unable From physical disability ol
to work in the fleli. it was necessary if
Ot to provide employment for those, and ti
Se they were trahied as seamstresses, as a
re Sillumers and as weavers. Such wo
10 2nen took tuch pride in their trades, si
and often became experts. Besides el
* these there was usually ill eyery neigh- tl
borhood some fhmily of poor whites T
1y with t local repItation as weavers, 1
)p who etried a ivtig by doing fine i
as wvork for the wives of Clio neighbor.
m orpfoters, either by the day or the
10 With these persons as leaders) all
ot other women were glad to follow, and "
a h1om1espn) garments cale rapidly into ".
teu. The blockade runners learicd to i
make dye-stufis part of their regular bi
cargoes. The wood and weods of the s
al South furnishied many respectable 0
mt dyes, none of them brilliant, it is true,
V- but by no means to be despised where s
Idye-stuffis were scarce. l
Necessarily the most was made of S(
1Y whatever materials were already on o
a- hanid. )resses were tuirned and re- f
.o tuired, pic(ed and twisted, dyed, an(d oh
e 1111d over lgail iid agaitin as they (1t
U could be mde 1o hold together. They -s
were lenigthenedt uider .flounces or ti
'0 pullings, and black waists ill winter by
tnd white onles ill suimier -was 'a
. iivorite tfish1ion, which made the
t skirts of old dresses still available sI
when the original bodies w 1ere hope- 1
ig lessly worn out. LiteralIlV lothilg b
- was thrown awav. Galrrets were ratll e
sacked, old chests yielded their for- "
- go tit hoards, aid 'eveni the rage-bat s
was turnted over again so that scrais -
iwhich~ had been1 scornted in (lays ofT
11 plenity ight he made(1 use of. Mlelon "
I- waists became populhar becausole th
ai manyii seams iln them renidered the1)
- nalrrowvest strips oft mal~terial available, i?
and01II whent the tashiioni ol' go)red skirts T
was br'outhl through the lines, it was S
edtiit~ wihlh (1elight. as retirintg less 1)
''t iWI tan t hose withIisitraigh"it breadthls.s
n~l~g silk soild for $110 a 81spoo1 be- ~
rti ihe atr was~ 41nded,and14 emblroide
4y : ilk v e re eace a t~)~$ al~nyn pife. 9
I Ill Iiece.sot'clbroerv wern volle, fi
II 1eecld ith elk travelled it from oird A
s nnel y, haoldve, di wonde a r Mol~st Pi
0l1u'ohe self-hrimin itmlgs, asdrc-mkes
ym-reda on Cof'drt sil resses,(10 prethr bI
ene bcleing colveyt sch gastered ~iai
t- I teast. titial. Pltgs1 twerelttre at
braidnee11, uttn, hetigmigs,&c., ii
i gowere nOe or e ipopular. Nar-0 h
rhw beia forLips rof~ sil pinkedons bot
dge, aid ver scantorI ily llgathere wi t
I he fint s o.titrstrug theI~ setrew
br0 were avried Witv lacfo laime o
todicleos ond heaedig flucsill re rwht
ebridend button, 02beng milithr s
"r- goeods, 01were~l1l of aouse imeor e ai o
1.10 imtbelhad Were oanc prtltbics. 11"e1l
ye. oThtnesverae boultndsoe flor e
as it' a.mn sp a olcws, thIerefrces11 a
hI4 benigfo sinye roundo seive butons set oc
7 n ain a oubl wh ow down 'te irnt adbc
c ando te cdfes., theilrng of hirti b1
s-bri were used forh trsudnd craenth a
Yc einerdo blauebto n boack eings I
allh aloitere on. Fatnpctraw- bo
bids wet re used wih outck raow of' w
ea wer she n led with ollar of cta
a11 and badsot butongng stoh iii- s(
)ytoicalos woni the dgesW itard or0 wite 0)
o-embr)1'oIdeycott, r acerhapso ieth- a
blc silk.)1 tBautton mos coveredgloves p
.te madrialn eremost linvaials ft
swon 1Iexcep13'(~t5hnithe ere al-25c' netu
-red t on hand--riloes fof aimo~ befo o
of the bok--and no l~tltemue'nl n
1)1 he mrouvsee of atbord seadu it,
12. -"tto boy," rsabyod atwneetol-s ':
pcachtve, "(0)heap. v11( 'es.t
caionivi o n whichg to dwmip-yoilettes" Itc
missibple. timew hon befing" cposhitved I
ot han1som d~resbse than drse them-" Ci
W ironir xor s.
Iho Arrival of Mil lernhardi--Her ge
Coitioon and now gh Look--The Won.
[oorrespondence Detroit yreO Press.)
JE Y tOR, October 29.-We should
e0 very happy now. Bernlhara is.
sre. A brass 'an)d Welcomed her
it "The Belie are Riuging for .
larab.l She doesn't spell her front
1ane that way, but she appreciated
lie intentions of the brass band all the
ftae. Mainger Abbey took the band I
id several fi'iends down the .ba to
eceive her. The moment slo lanied,
lie manager whisked hxelt off- III hie I
wn coup6 to the Albemarle hetell-t
dhere rooms had been Ongaged for i
or. The Albemarle faces Madison t
quare, and is'only two blocks froi t
lootl's. She visited the theatre In I
te afternoon and went into raptures a
ver it. It was one of the most beau- 9
fil theatres she had ever seen. She t
'ould he delighted to play in it, and i
to was quite sure she would play as li
,oli in it as she ever had played any- ]
here. One reasonl why she went to I
to theatre so soon was because her s
uiks were there. The cistom house e1
ion had kindly allowed then to bo e
nioved from the ships without ox- Ii
ninationa, on condition that they ;
lould not be opened exCept iI the a
reseice of an inspector, who would 11
Cep an eye on them till a regular ex- a
mittation could be made. She wanted
feiv of the trunks-privato o11s,
'itlh nothing i) them but- dresses and 1
iscellaneous things to be worn off a
C stage--taken to the hotel, and on c
r assurance that it was all right, that r
to had Ito fraudiuit. desigis what-: 1
rer on the revenue department of the'l
reatAmericai republic, she was al- 1u
wed to take them. It is. a coinci-' y
anco worth mentioning, ally way, Ia
lat Just hofOire the arrivai o;f tih41 a
itable actress and her prodigious' I
iggage, Collector Merritt received o
om Secretary Sherman a defliitio ili
the law as to theatrical properties. I m
Is to the effect that all such lproper- t
as owned and controlled by the man- n
rer importing thesi, and to be used o
r.ti actors under ills management, yi
till be liable to duty. This 'refers e
tiefly to Maplesoni a1ui tho scelerv h:
at lie brought over from Englaud. in
lie questioi whether Bernhardt must A
ky duty oil her onormous wardrobe y
not yet tilly disposed of. 0
TIIE wARDtOllE. 1
In tibe eyes of some folks the ward- b
be is more important thanm the wo
an who wears it. It- certainly is the
ost complete and mlagnmificenit collec
)m eer brought across the Atlantic
Sanl actress. The cash value of it is
mewhere botween $30,000 and $40
0. The trunks containing it would c
old tie whole stock of a protty good- v
ed dry goods store. There arie said t
be over fort) brand new dresses
nie of which cost as much as $2,000
ch. Sie its from tiour to six dresses V
r- each play, and all are of the imost 0
lborate kind. They were made un- P
x lir owni sup1)ervision in Paris, nmid
C is as proud of them as she is of c
0 painltings and statuary exoctted p
heor owl hand, aid several speci- I
is of which silo has bronght with
r across the seat. Then, 1as to the i
IaIll thligs-slhe has no less thani 300 1
Lrs of gloves, Seveity-five pairs of
autiful shos and slippers, and So- t
III score of* pairs of tile most mag- a
ticent stockings that anybody ever d
w. In the wav of milili'ery sih i has 1
but we won't go into the Ilillinery. B,
iere's so mucih of it that a followt
ight get lost if lhe v'enturned beyond El
I) bord(er; anid as I donl't knowv a C
amed thing about millinery, anyway,
seeams best to let it alone altogether. l
'10 paintomgs and1( sculpture which -
ira has bronght with heCr will be ~
aiced Wn exhlibit ion. She lumesiC her- C
I a good deal onl her accomp[lish- ~
ents as anl artist, and has1 a high ~
amnon of these examples of her skill. ~
10 has already announced her In ten
1l to make a mnarle bust of Long- ~
llow when she goes to Blostonl, aind
mec other~ eminent Americans miay
>ssibly be honored the sanme way.
niother tiling Rihe inteiids to do is to
ke notes, withI a view to malikinig a
ok out of themi whien sihe returns
II foreigners have somnethiing of thlat
it ml their heads when therV arriveo
re, butt tile idea isni't alwvay lwork~ed
it. Biernhiardt isnl't likely to give up
r idea, though. She 'generally goes
rough with. whlat she undeirtatkes, '
id it Isn't quite safte to otut her,
several persons already now She
ill have plenlty of time to rest, and
ok aroundl~, too, before her mfonith of t
ird work at Booth's begins. She
til play twen~ty-foulr nights-cvery!
giht excep~t Sunday' for four weeks.
1i the goodI seats ai the theatre ar'e
ready ini tile 11ands1 of speculators for
C wh'iole enlgagelmnt. TJhmey werClo
>ught at $2.>0 each, anud many~ have
~en resold at from $5 to $10. Thle
to0 speculators~whmo boughlt upi aill tile
>od seats expet, to reap) a hiarv'est,
it there is just a possibilaty that thley
11OW sim L.oxs.
The versaItile artiste, ats I sulppose
ae calls hecrself, is not q uit so sh ad
wvy as she hats someltimles b~een replre
aited. She woldi hardly3 take a
rIzo at a sho(w for piunmp girls, buti
'r all that there may be tinneri~ wo
ten Iln the wVorld thana she is. Some
SOUr actresses, inl fact, have not 4
much more to boast of ill tihe way ofi i
ash. 'rho remark of Dumnas, apro- I
s of a picture of Beiilrnhart antd heCr
ag, that it was the hiceturle of a dog
oking at a bone, was malicious and~
(aggerative. This talcinted womnan
a g~ood (1ea lmore than imor'e bone1.
hoe is not ovenl angular, as5 scimo 1)er
m arc who still have a fair shmare of
>verinig for thleir framtes. 0t' course,
io (1008 niot look very yormg,. as a
atter of faict she isn't very' younlg,
oughi it, may not bo just tioe colrect.
img to say so. Neitheor is she exact
hlandcsomne. She probably never
aai. 11cr faice is ratheri mfore lin
tan otherwise, but It lighats up wvell,
i almost glows whein sheo becomes
torested. It is tin, but hhae lhnes are
irves rather thatn angles, andl thae
Irect hlas 1n0 harshnloss whatever'. In
Siht she is little above time average'
her sex, but not enough so to be
ticeable on that account. Uer
ovecentS are gracor'ui amid easy, andmi
IC has the airm of a womana so accus
med~o to homlage that1 SulO can~ Dever beC
nblarrassed by ii . Whe~(ther' ihe wr ill
cee it. socially to t he. samle extent in
ow York that th~ (did ill L~ond~on re
alims to bnE $Ceeni. lIn the~ Fiiglish ]
Ilital- she abnost. dlividled tile hoors
11th Mrs. Langiry. New York (lees
at go into social spasms quite so easi
as Londonm does, butit can warm up
retty' well on' occasion. It is dloubt- 1
l, haowever, If the doors of the upper (
ni will be thrownm open1 to Biernhiaudt. I
lie faict that they have beena openmed
peOrsons hess worthy of. the honor01, -
honor It be, has nothinug to (10 with
10 maItter'. Ue~rnhardt'(Is distincetion 1
unes0 fr'om thec stae,. an(d thai amon
r P aps it shbuld not b
ut certiily it. an( we have.to loc
at things as tiy are, nlot as wo 11111
pliuk thy vjht to be, But oc
Ii1i; quitelure. lf society stamn
t'dt, Bernhardt W1
to 'valip o, ociety. Her sense4
ef tee - utas strong as that
le lost os atic social leader o
pifth Avon te.. I
-'fI. iU4 OP 2'HI WHIP.
A .Beate NEakgitg, as a Terror to EV
On the 15th iltimo one of the mo
traznfaced rufflons who over stoo
In British courtpstK1denly Wilte
,ud uttered a scream on hearing ti
btiftbrfthe 3itdige's sentonce, and wE
iken away in a .fainting conditio:
se had no 'difence. Thle evidenc
gainst him-was conclusivo. He wa
ur' of ohjviction and of a severe set
once, 4bd lie knew it. But ' li wE
lot prepared for 0110 part of the put
Inuont prescribedi by Justice Stephei
10 screamed and almost fainted, n<
It view of the twenty years of pen
ervitude,.but because the Judge o
cred, as 4 fitting prelude, thirty Iasi
a from a cat-o'-nine-tails. This ma
ad robbed and attempted- to murdi
y drugging, and then throwing fret
railway carriage, a traveling con
nion, i whose confidence he ha
'ttulv ingratiated himself. It was
'remnelli tated crime of the most htell
us kind, ~ It would have ended I
murdor but for the inabililty of th
ssassihl to eject his victim from ti
tir before the train stopped. Tl
ifflan then caped with his boot
ut was followed by the half stupefie
nid badly injured man, who staggere
.on the platform and gave an alart
n'iich led to the capture of ils assal
nt.. This strange.affiair took place i
car (of the London undergrouni
ne) of which the two men were ti
ily occupants. Mr. Justice Stepho
A passing sentence, said it was "th
8ost cowardly and brutal outrag
hat had ever been brought under 1i
otice." le marked his sense of hot
r, as well as made the sentence
iholesome caution to all other iin
t desperadoes, by prefixing the thirt
1snes to the tvenity years' imprisoi
eInt. The prisoner vould not hav
inlched from the Incarceration, but h
mced terribly under the judgme:
f the cat, as if 11e already felt l
Ine title raising Walos 9i4 his bar
It is the uniform experience :
ritiah judges that corporal punisl
oit is the most certain known dete
But of cowardly an'd brutal offence:
V hen anly peiiarly shocking crim:
rainst the person begin to becon
,milmoll ill E, nglanud, thie Judges it
mys clleck it by ordering a dose
1o cat well laid on in addition to
ng term of imprisonmilent with har
tbor. This is the best known pr(
entive for outirages Oil women anll1
illdren., It is the only thing that hr
it a stop to garroting. Its success is a
iarked in the declinng frequency :
-uel and malicious assaults upon tlh
erson ill England that the British pul
a almost unanimously approve of i
Only a little minority of those philm
iropists wlhose sympathies for crim!
ftls rise in exact proportion to ti:
iabolism of their proteg6s, contiii
) protest against the lash as a remed
I agent of society. While that ager
0es so manifestfy good a work i
Iuglaud, it will be judiciously co
.rved there. The theoretical oppos
.01 to it inl tile United States Is widi
LweaMd andi intense, as anly lfnani hiu.
itL to his cost whoe proposes to reit
odumce it ill OUr Judlicili system. E
ow and then thinking Anmericans wi
'ave tile conseqjuences and ask then
rilves and their nleighlbors if corpora
Imatisernent, so common anmong 01r
ucestors as a penalty for minor vih
itionis of hlaw, mlighit not be revive<
iith sigtnal adlvamntage to society, fc
le~ puml~shmen~ht of certain special!
.DIED AT THlE POST OF DUTY.-Sa~m
lcMan~us, a respectable old colore
an, aged about sixty years, a Jife
ng Demnocr'at, died suaden ly on hi
'ay to the polls1 0on Tuesday~ last
'lat. Creek township. Ile had Ie
ick for t wo or thlree weeks, and wr
ot able to walk to tihe po011. IF
owever, expressed a desire to votE
ud Alr. Snipe.s, the gentlemnan wit.
hiom lie wals living, carried him
~axahawu~ precinct, a distanlce of 0111
vo miles, inl his wagon. H~avin
eacheod thle iplace, thme 0old darkey g(
.t 0of the~ wa1gonl and walked to withi
ilrt~y yards or tile polls whnl lhe con
laimed of teeling sick anld sat dows
)r. Bitikeney, whlo wvas on the ground
'as imimedmately sum monedi, hi
Iledical aid proved unvil)ing, and I
Lied m1 a fewy iminiutes. it is suppose
ec died of' heart disease, lie was a
oncst and1( ind(ustrious old mani an
vas well thought of by tile white pe<
ile. Hiis wvhite frienids bonght, hiin
00od burini suit, and ordered a ni(
otiin .lfade, and1( qulito a niumbler
ein11 attendled his romains homece
-Onl examining, some time since,
3 py, talkenl hlaphazard, of a Lonmde
lally, it was found that five column
ml large typo, were absorbed by' r
borts of' horse-raucinmg, attletics, 'boa
ng and1( foot-bali. Th'le journal
ulestion is repntedly~ conducted mful
n the intrest of the Evangelic
Dress Goods, Laces, Collars, Cuni
soots, Shoes, Neckties. Hats, Cap
Tofions5 and oceans of New Good
Prices Low, First, Last and AllitI
'imoe. SUoENHJEIMEn & GnIOEscIIEL.
DR. WV. E1. AIKEN,
Drngs, AMedicines, Toilet Goods, et
CUIEESEI CHIEESEI I
AFRIESIU supply of Cheese justr
3ived andl for sale at
J. M. BEA TY & Co's,
seot 1 - On the Corner.
PR ICE'S BAKING 1'OWDERIS.
"RICE'S FLAVORING EXTR ACT;
Anotheor sup~ply of' theO FORES
'LOWER COCOE and a v'aricl
C P'reparatins for Coughs and Cold
Dry Goods and Notions for ever'
aody and price.s low at
vi THIiraTTIrM MEtPtCINE CRiST-Nd
ver P1 are the met in larbleg
IS botes. Sold by all Druggists in 0 unty.
nMACON, GA.t JUI1 1, ROT9.
I havo use4 shoon d's to. eed on my
' horses with the best results. I had one horse
a turied over to in for which the, Otfet would
have taken $96, and after troalivt him with the
Stock Feed for two weeks, I oos tir-bIMworth
$t50. my wife has tried-it aloe on her chickens,
wioh were dyin rapidly wtsi cholera, and she
did dot lose one after givin the firstdose.
J. H. ORTZ%
Proprietor Livery Stabi9.
sold by au Druggists in this county.
d. ~ COLUMBUS, GA., Jan1. 17, 1878.
1- DIL J. C. MOFFETT-Dear Doctor-Last sum
.0 mer, when our little girl was teething, we tried
a gret number of reserptiond, but none of
is them relieved her. Wve finally had brought.. to
. our notice your Teethina (Tecthing Powders),
and used them with the happiest results, The
0 gave her a speedy and permanent relief.
IS very heartily recommend them to others.
Yours very trulE
G. H, GLENN,'
S President Columbus Female College.
1s epeedy cures of eores and erupftons tpon the
it skin heave been remarkable.
GQLDTHWAITE & SON
Druggists, Troy, Ala.
k- and other affections of the kidneys aid bladder
n arc sometimes brought on and often aggravat.
Ii by the neglect of the symptoms,
which, if taken in time would no doubt in a
n majority ofcases yield to treatment, No medi
- CIn Is so well suited for this as Rankin's Com
pound Extract Buchu and Juniper. It is a re
Sliable helin tonic to the parts, allays irrita
U ton, and restores hibalthy action.
Prepared only by Hunt, Rankin & Lamar.
Dr gis Atlanta, Ga., and for sale by all
.0 FoRSYTH, GA., Dec, 1, 1511.
I have sold Rankin's Buchu and Juniper for
0 ton years, and it hat always given universel
0 sa tlsfacion, proving the most v.iuable prepa
r9ration of the kind on the market.
F. 0. MAYS,
Messrs. Lamar, Rankin & Lamar; Gentlemen:
n A member of Iy family whom I feared had
I- Consumption has been entirely cured by the
use of Brewer's Lung Restorer. Ills condition
wa y~ 0 Lamig-o all of its, and we did
e gry t O oud think or to tenefit him,
e 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
.0 was entirely cured whore I feared no cure was
p ossible and I tnosL cheer ul1Y recommend it to
all who iave any a fections of the lungs. He
. was coughing and spitting all the time, so in
I. cehisatLly' tiant it prevented his sleeping at
uilght% and what little sleep Ile got did uot. ro
a fresh im in tie least. Had but little appetite,
I and since lie began the use of Brewer Lung
Restorer has slc well and his appetita is Very
yluch hOt ter. I 1lave never seen anything act
- so Promptly and effect a mnre in so short a time.
WiShing you great success and hoping the
nbove miny ence many to try Brewer's
Lung Restorer where they need a medicine to
t strengthen and restorothe Lugs to a healthy
, coW 101 , I am very resectful,
IMRS. A. J. NILLI S
0 Co Washington AY, near Wesleyan Female
Sold by the Druggists of this county.
d Good Reasons for the Doctor'. Faith.
MUM R, GA, March 28, 1880.
[l We have for twelve onoas been prescribing
8 s. . H. ("8wift's Syphilitic Specific") in the
treatment of Syphilis and many other diseases
0 for which it is recommended, anil are frank to
if say that the results have been most satisfacto
e ry no haingbeen disappointed In a single
Iynotac think, for all diseases for which
I- it Is recommended, it stands without a peer,
and that the medical profession will, sooner or
later, be forced to acknowle3 it in the treat
ment of the Syphilis, in all s e as a aine que
1on. N L. GALL wAY. M. D.
e J. T. ROBINSON, M. D.
ATLANTA, GA Mlay 29 1819
0 One of our workmen had a bad cas ol syph
Ills, of five years' standing, and was cured en.
l tirely with "Swift's Syplui1o Specific." He is
now to all apnearances, and in his own belief,
i sound and well. WM. R. & T. W. HOOPER.
j- Til Sawi' SPECIFIC COMPANY, Proprie
- ~ olanruggists,
Call for a copy of "Young Men's Friend-."
-We are bound to please and think
Lwe can interest you if you need any
Ithing in our line.
ISUoENHEIMER & GROESOHEL.
JUST IN STORBs
-NEW SEED RYE AND BARLEY.
B --A Lso
s A LOT 0OF RED RUST-PROOF
OATS TO ARRiVE IN
0 A FEW DAYS.
I BAGGING AND TIES.
G O ~D I.Es
A full and complete stock of FamIli
mand Plantation Groceriles will alWay's
be found at my establishmilent, and
.they wvilI be sold at pie osi h
a tmed. Give me1 a call and you shaU be
'S . 31. F LE NNI KE N.
a Ladies' furnishing goods, new and
~nice Stockings, Corsets, Cloakt.,
'Shawls, ete See the New Goods and
t.. learn the prices.
n SUoENHIEIER & GROEsOIDEL.
T A KEN OT I CEs
FIVE CENT CiGARS
A ME RIC A
Y ~ F. W, HIABENMT'S
Clothing for Men, Youths and
Boys--A meaning sign, yet our
-. friends say there's nothing mean
about us. Come and~ suit your.
selven. A(m--EME &. n.ECUL
! A 0 i.
FOA* THE GOOZp, THpE Tx tr, AND THt VA
-ZLL BE DISTRIBUTED --Y
(UNDER WIIGHT'S ROTEk,)
IN Merohandise during PAIR WEEK, at most attractive prioe . - res
Goods in all the latest stvles,Trimmifg Silks and Satins, Hosiery, M6i ibefs
and Notions In newest novelties. Gents' and Youths' Hats in large stook, u4ies'
Gents' and Children's Boots and Shoes, Ladies' Cloaks, new and tlish, at NewYork
prioes; Blankets, Carpets, Comfortables and Lap Robes, at the Now Stote of
DPOR~4'F8J EDJ VYS
nov Unde Vi hgtel Coltunbla, S. 0.
THE GRATIEAD QUARTERS
DRY GOODS NOTIONS, BOOTS SHOES HA TS, CLOT INIGo,
GLASS AkD CROCKERY WARE, WIOODEN WARE,
WilLLOW WARE, COFFEES, TEAS, ETVC, ETC.
TT has been rpy motto since I opened business in Winnsboro to bring all*
articles in my line to a living profit and do away with those. long
rofits which are ruinous to the interests of any town or city. I do not
low or boast as some of my fogy competitors term it. No doubt 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!
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.
Calicoes Still LoUer
2,000 Yards to arrive, 41 cents. Best. htandard brands at6* and 7 cents
worth 8* everywhere.
.lack Goods a specialty. I bandle Lubin's Cishimeres. -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 manufactur..
ers. No old trash carried over for the last three years, every pair new and
SOAP, SOAP, SOAP.
Twenty-fivo Boxes of the best 1 lb. bar ever in Winnsboro, for 5 cents.
TDAhS, TEJA.S, TEJAMS.
Fi e Half Chests of Tea, bought far below its value. Good English
Breakfast Tea at 40c. A good Hyson Tea at 65o. Gunpowder 75. Every
person using Tea shouldsee these goods before buying.
8,000 Pieces Tinware, 5 Pieces Carpeting at 50, 6q, 85 cents and $1.00
Wait and see these goods and save at least twenty per cent.
THE LEADER EVER I
Joka L. Mimnaugh.
CONGRESS .STRE ET.
. ALWAYS RELIABLE
NO BOA ST ING!
TT IS well known throughout Fairfi1d county that the old established
Ihouse of F. ELD)ER & CC. is always on the square. We sell our cus
tomers goods once, and they come back, Why?7 Because we are reliable
and sell only goods that give satisfaction. Our
FA LL AND WINTER STO0E
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
s anywhere else. We invite yonr attention and inspection, We can
suit the tastes ol every one,
oct2 F. ELDER .& Co.
TH E [) A. GiL FEED~:
S;i WNG MACHiNE4
CHALLENGES THLE WORLD TO -PRODU(CE ZTS EQUAL!
a. On lrisaand dolar rar d offered to any persoir t'iut w~do as great
atane o" AVIkS VRAL do E Ua wo all other machine as as can be done on
he contest will be made with any on desrig HINomEte Aorra h e nts for
reward, within a reasonable time' afte-drl tte alcaomet fs reolved.eae
DAISWING MACHINE CD.
eAnother large lot of the above Machines and the Improved Weed ust re
ceived.. J. 0. Bo0A,. Agnt.
We onc rColored Piqlues, Dress Godds in vamioy, Illusion, Silks, Satins,
Belts,. Linen and Lae Collars, Fichtg Toiesy adevBert,. gecner,.l
found in a first-class Dry Goods, FancyGTods and Mileryin Enaih.
mont. You can get all yo wa , ancy Gaonab n iliey stbih
nywhere. y* an seaoaly as saine goods can be boughft