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TUESDAY, Novisnber 10, a - 1880.
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S *XO. si. 7,E-.n) Ass9s.iM Epos. -
ARKAXNA' HAS A S1.ID D.E'.IOCRATIC
conglesional represontation, inI spite
vf Radical claintips to the contrary.
. W. M. ACVEY is 18atAkrx A des
verate -1ght ,for the Second- District.
Theis tw4tity -thousand dbllare Ii'it.
MIWf SEoTTm EXCois SOUTH Caro
lin.. She has a surpus 'of sixty four
-thotsanld females. Is it their "culehah"
3orthei. 1t0lin8ess that iIakes the Inca
'sce dtltir ctimes '?
MtNUINNATE ,AVEC TWO TIOUsAND
T0ajtoIty for Giricld, atl". .now Its
ngrcliaits are 00protesting vehenoutly
that.they love the ( Solid South. They
meant they love the shekels of the Solid
TIuE Dz.MOCHA-Ts 1O' 1lOuRIY JIr
the InidepondeIt ticket badly at the
recont 6001oin. Daggett, presott In
-deli0oTdont Sllator, was defeated, by
'1hird6n hundreti majoritly, nal t
candidtles for tho Iloii by about
.eight hun1Cdred a piecc.
,im '1 l.'Es 0i Dl0ioen.%Tva HAIVy A
maj ority of live on*joiit, ballot in l tle
Leg-9i1htlrc. 01' ( heo Nix are rp oli
'ionisto, by 1Le aid of' whiom tin 1. HUdi
eils hope to Olect a Uited 1,0
tor. We ventiure to proil.c.
hopo 18 vaink.
Tin,. Putt-:sun.:xT OrFn
la'i'k Batk, of New Yn-b.,
those, they say, who mem.
soluite necessity% to rh,.
bellionis and 80olth
stitin iton ha1s a'l - *
tronized by) thev 8-Al
Garfiefld,.an , f.r -
We1aivor got no vo, .
Grtenbabickers east abot I. -
for StatleV.0liees. A.laryd.. -v, I I.
VJck 93,706, GIrleh 7's,, I.. A
With foutr coul.iem to la r 1rom, I lI
cock 88,809, (artflid 5,794, . .Veavor
4,1051. The other. counies wvill it
ceaso TLancock's majority. T! e
'im vews and (,ourier is after 'mr.
Solotmoni l1a1s, of the Green ville m1aul
Coltumabia ltRailiroad , with a sharp Stiek.
Mr. Ilatis issuied or(ers preveitiuig tht
shipping of any through freight. over
his road via the South Carolina Rail
road. Mr. Clyde and Ieneral Logan,
ropresouting the owners of ith road1,
havo reseitided the order ol' Alr. llans,
which wis tmade, thevy st.y, withouit
their knowledge. Mr. 1la&s is one g
the geltleien who gave Wiusboro
so much trouble about freights last
yea(, ad it behooves the A'tvs and
Cou)icr to be on the alert.
Too Xiuch Independence.
Ke~cws two letter~ on (lie situtationi, onie
ft'ni Senaitor lininptoan tht le other'
t~'omt Colonel Aikeni. Soniator Ilampi-.
tont st rikes thle t rue koy. We can at.
pr'esenit see no reatson wha)lo ver f'or
Wlo have alrea'tdy expre'ssed dhisset (o
Colonel Aikeni's v'iews. We muiist say
lhat hto is consistent at. any rato, and( in
this hte has somnew hat the ady~antage
of the NAews and C'ourier' on this issno.
No true patriot believes ini followinag
the dictates of' blind partisanshiip; but1
there are issues of' prtinciple on which
par)ty lines shioul he1 str'ictly dra'lwn.
-.The trouble is that, a few of thle D~emio
er'ats have been too inudep~endent in
s011uo of these very vital issues. it'
there be any D~emocratic priniiol atZ
all, it cortahinly IS that th Nationaitl
adhilisration oulghltmdot to ernsht out1
local sent imiet. by imans of assess
ments wvrnng from part isan clerks,
who live oni salaries paid not by a
party but by the who people. Yet
D~emocratice Conigressmnen defeated a
bill introduced'to pr'eventt thi~s. And
Indiana tol the result. Wheni overy
manu is heft to decide for himself' what
trickery, thu Naitiontal Countcils w ill
niot always 1)0 guiide'd by isdoma.
Th'lis very intdependcene, so-called,1 ha~s
14d to dividedt Dlemtocraitie conni:1-. in
Congres; aid to co~l~nsegeml
Repubillicanis act as one' mt:m'. t;2
some D~emoxcrats follow that y:a .
Vorhoces, other's Betn Iiil . v:!
Hlamptoun, otheris Rhantda I
lhaekburni; wuihleimost oC .
lowu their own sweet wilk.
an e1(1(xpentd all thteir stren a:6
lIpopj their ownal
cachi others' thrts, w i *
sit by 'chucklinig behiund
then 80001) thetm itn,~
much independence, I i:.
back to -Conagross ne:a .c-ae .
algree to pull togethet ai little heuer,.1
and1( abuIso each othier a little less. rand
see if' vou caninot g~et some1 s'olid and
patriotic issue before thle coun ltry.
Whtat is teeded ia that you stick t'o
gether solidly and( cordhially thr ~ i e
~rSL titpe. This would be a radicadL
change of policy, indeed. T ry i:.
SouTu ~Ai(oK.1NA CE*sL'.-A Waih
igtn dlispatch, dated November 1,
says: The Cenisus Buireaui has1 issued( a
hiilletitn showing the results of' thte
*lrst (countt of' to poputlationl of the
Sta to of South Calrolinat, accordtg to
thecheduiea returtned by the enuimter'
ntirs . 'I'Te to)tt l popuationl of the
* State is 9b95,h30th of wichl 400.W27 nre
maltes, and 504,9~79 females; 987,66h
me tntives, ia 7,642 f'oreign born;
the whites nmbeur 891,071 and the
colored people 094,235.
R uibscribe to TilE NEWS AD iItau
Soauqt Na i In I.' tory of III Vongulit With
"thil" mad "Alt r".-Hnw ile 34afise
I tmai S,ig1 to 11,0o, but "A113
Lt'springi reived 'a letter froni
th dit lof* dWe chief London amaga.
21n t ski ' mnto writo him nil artileo
t9 4,. lideod, "A' Week in Wall
I knew nothing whatever of Wall
Streettlien. I rosolved, however, to
oblige my riend. I wont Into Wall
St cot at ono to get the desired infor
Ination and expertence.
This was six months ago. I hav
Just got back. I have not yet w-rltten
a lne of that artile. JIut I hive ma
torial enough to write a book bigger
than Macaulay's History of England.
I know all I want to know about Wall
Street. And, if you will pardon the
digression, I may add that I am got
The first thing that I did was to
elimb Into tho gallery, of the Stodk
Exchange, and look down into the don
of 2,000 "bulls" -and "bears" that
WEltE iOWLIN, IOWLNo, IOARINU
there. I have boon in bedlam, and
have presided at a Democratic State
Coivoit ion. it1. I never saw or hoard
anthlylig like this. I said to myself,
this tihing can tot go on 'long. This
thing IIIst stop before light.. These
lan will kill themselves. This thing
,will bitii', explodO of' its own interanal
fuiry. But. I, looked lp and read the
e.getld above tle President "Founded
ii 17 U," and ( thou 0011C1lued that it
4 1(hi 811l go on.
:,it I wen(t to a broker whom I hand
:I th- Union Club, and told him
n wilted to learn. ie kindly
d of the tap)0o whldeha continual
ns oit froin the ticker, as the
hm'eel of' fortun1 Is called which
1111veI( icord 111 rise uand declino
S aId t ried to ex plain all about
imipossible to get inter
"re bout 200 dillbrent.
* i'm I t list. Tihecse
o'e, two or three
- 8 i1e MI't of' ab
4 a uernevlouts an~d
a -. 'Tv, ui 'toen oi twenty
' In! chith ait the tape, its
' tron- out with its cdless hes
of' 1o.1tliatio nts, atid muttor to thein
s'lves, jlabber at each otlir, swear like
pirate', drop (lhe tate and dash away.
the)aars: woii hi dart in, clIutch the tape,
ade:. r 0a'lltkle, as their fortiilaes
went, w heel about, give orders to their
bru')km r to hurt rc' sell, as tlacy pro t --
SoL 11W -'tilhiaNe otf the 1marke't, anud so
it. wmnl. on all day\ from 10 till 1, when
he Iille u as on ded by the ('hill of the
hiannnuaer inl the Stock Exchange.
Whmetl y I thel rOU Chtl. ei'o, are More
than ilve thousatld of, these "tickers"
or indticaltors, youla cnill form soie idel
of I he Iaaganit tide of, the businless. I f
w e give It'll mllei to itch "liker." vou
1n1vo the spoctacle of fifty thou aml
stalwit m1aent stnsp~ mi ' OL iioldiii
1ip 11actle dotted string, wiiting, hol
low-eyed anIudla nxious, on the stiles
of' tickle I'ort ine. To this .50.,000 you
may aild '2,000 broke's. You muist
give eacl broker' it least live clerks.
olltce-boys anad meosse ngers, w hicla
swella t ho list 10I,i0i00. T1o Ihis ti0,000i
youi canl sa'oly addh 20)0,00)0 speculators
ont the outside. SI) yott haivo i total
ecigeged in this g'aanbli ng ot' maor'e thani
T1he stockbroker is nuot neccessar'ily a
rich nian. lie mutst., of course, hav'e a
seait ini the Bioard, w hieh costs -about.
$20,000. Uint, oter thant that, lhe ret
glitre little miorO dtan ant ofile, and
an intdientor or' "tiehker." I Je takes
the stock which he buys for you to his
banik, anid borr'ows theo mtone~y which
hI palys for' it, ltit thecy do not long
reain poor~i it' they htavo a fir pattront
age, for their commitissions are enlormi
havie no4 risks whIatever. They' rarelh
deali int stocks IteinselvesQ, hii the'v
ar ie ca ret'ill to have IplntyI t'arin i
tor their ownt prt'ect ion.
Otf thle broker toam bounid to say
th:at I believe hintt hoet and ntotvoli
ot' all conasciencee. JDesides, I fountd
hhn, as' a ruleI, a well-r'eadi weLlh-tave~'l
oil gettlemai . Tihey elfronticeo th.wer
cotitercial tlhures by falr thani doe the
Yoruk, ando thecy rarely figu're ini the
Rint to r'eturna to my sucject. Find
ig biut little intter'est. in t his great
maeulst rom of' excitement withonit taik
inig ipart, l, unider the advice of my
brtoker, hont "ht ai little Wabash,
I bought Vabaush, becauso it was the
firs.t stock on the list wichl I couthi
dtisitinish frotm the mass of two hun
driedl nlamets. An ti caime (a'totemem
het' it beentuse 1 had b1 eent botrn on its
brutiks, as it wero. indeed, ott theo very'
h~aitks ot' the Wahash lii vet' I have sceoh
myu lil furttrow the tield for Cornt int
theo spingt while mty mother followed
atl'ee . 'opintg the cornt ini thte t'r
xv' wI iltree little boy's toddled
44 ' 'It ofl the numitber, and cov'
- ain Ithat lay itt the little
S hte mtellow earlith. And so
ha touch of tenderntess that
V.ahashl. and bec'amto one of
- ' iatholin g ont to the tape
iit bI etay tme. My stock
a.a. llowi~ inter
Im:lhed thte click ot
*.' wias threat
dul. tmL I wais like a
tP' 4 ,... I ww an intere'tst in t.he
pr h laund b~eyontd a s.enti.
1et waa a part ownler in the 100),
4'4n auile'. f r.' 'ailways lht Amier'ien,
lt.'ttm thal day~ fth(I I stundied thc
*.eograp~hty of' lmy country as8 neverCl be.
tare'. My lit tle up-townt r'oom In tht
nah.'.I hery'it was lined with mapsl) of
Ameraia'ct'an atias. Itn less thant 11
ut eek l conl (pnmte thte openaing Ot
o'losintg prlices of' hali the stock ona tho
liow' patctently I hld ott to the tap~e
alomi wvitha the othetr ltnl and1( hopie
taih lit tle~ laitbs ! We would exciantgo
opiions, encour'ago eacht othetr ai
hay' gr eat phu inkato t he tlature. WVo be
camo'ievola ondent.ial, ciur little knto
taround that "'ticker';'' and, n hen omi
of our set lost montey, hie htad hotnes
symat hytil. TJ.hey' wor'e pleasant days
these titrst, f'or stcks wet uip sten'dl
ly, ando it seemted at last. wheni amt
whieret I hodl least expoectedl it, I was ti
maake a t'ortunec withtont either car'e oi
toil. I am per'fectly etini thamt h
ihiase few we'ks I. gew to bn a belie
Al ist I-cloedout. had 'in lily - I
had auole than $10,000. 1 had not <
i nvosted so muany hundred. What
soribe had ever beon so fortunlAto e
StoOks still adVanced. It seemed as'Ifv
they Vould nover stop golag. up. . V
. sat: down and tried for dave to de
e whatto (10 Coolly, dollberatejy,
4and after as much and as mature0
thoughts as I am capable of, I went g
back to Wall Street with any money.
I had no use for $10,000. I liad great
use for $0,000. I hug myself iI sat- a
faction now to remember that I thought Id
nlot so maauch of m"yself as of my friends b
at this time. I could get opt-witl tet 01
small sui well. But, away out olf
the great gold shore of the vast w.cst
sea, I wanted to buill( a homne-a 016. 't4
I wou d gather aboutm thle dlear sirfts 1)
of ol. In some1 sweet spot where1 d
thero were woods a*nd cool waters, a tj
warn suit and prolific soil, wo would b
meet and build a city-fa. city of. re- I
fuge-where every Bo hemian might i1
come and have a 'hone, rest, peace,
plenty, so long as ho or she should
ive or care to stay. .I oven drew up a 1.
plan of amy city, and frained a few s
brief laws for Itsgovorueut. I iaatned
Onl returning to Wall Street I chose
threo different brokers-ono a "bull"
house, one a "bear" houso,-and on a 1
"conservative" houso. By this I
hoped to get all sorts of opiilons. I
With any "bears" I sold St. Paul I
short. There was talk of rust, grass- t<
hoppors, rains, floods. St. Paul would
tuniblo to the centre. It had already q
advanced from 18 to 69. I sold at 09, 0
70 and 71.
With tle "bulls" I bought Pacific s(
Mail. No danger of grasshoppers on
Pacifle Mail. No drought, no, floods t
or rust I Pacific Mail had falleal from C
62, and would surelv go back up . to
80. 1 bought .Pacific Mail, and sat
dowl to wailt for it to go up and St. q
Paul to go down. ii
Things begaan to move mny way. I I
begaa to work vigorously on the plis! t
for my city. I had arranged to bring 0
lly (lear old arelats away from tho t
Flar1 West wids of Oregoni, wheo they f
haud dwell for a quarter of a contury. tI
Thley hd never sean the great city. d
Now they should sec it, hear the
Iighty preachaors. and sail on (.10 9
How lifb widened outl I had an g1
it erest now iII every ship that
siailed. hllo flow of mnonaey to or
from the land wats to me of vital con
corn. All commerce was as rich with
litlerest to am now as the poetrV of
Ilomer. At, 10 o'clock sharp i fua fie
Iself' holding on to tho tape, waiting
to see if I laud grown richer or pooror
through the night. All day, till the
hamier fIl, 1 stood with *aiy finger fi
oii tlie pulse of comnerce. V1
I ought sooner to havo mentioned r(
1hat. f'roma the first day threo, I round
that the stock-dealers did naut so amuch
iinquire after tle weather', the probablo Y
ill or geod foirtuild of Ships, the
growith or tailure of crops, floods or
Tires, as after the movemnoats of "one
ciertain mai"-a samiall. dark, silont
trima; modest, iobtritisive, even1 a
timid anlid shy maa, to all appearaice:
vet a man who held their w hole world
lm his singo'le rright. hamnd.
trembled, mid stocks tell two, three,
(t'1 poinlts in an lhoia a. "G0ould is
buimng!" The street started up, and 0
st ocks roso iccordingly. Eve-cry ru- I
mIor, good or lad, caie coupled w 1ithZ
the nmem olf,Jay Gotuld, and ho was -(
held responulsible tfor all thatd. was domne; al
while, in truth and in fact, thia main,a
nine ('ea1s out of. ten, neither knoew
noria cared how thle amarket wasi1 goinmg.
Never wats a mana so bilterly abused.a
I sceek ini vain foar minion of' onie word a
of' praise, or evena resp~ect, tfor .Jnv
Gouild dlitriam my hallf year imn Wail
Str'eet. P'erlaaps 1 am11 too mucla givena
to shout ang' for the bottom (1o' ini thlt .cI
light ; but this peri'astent anm$ bitterc
abuse begot ini 1uo an in toeset in this eI
singular anid silont little muan, andI I .
be'rian(n t studv hisa lif'e anid look ito
his mighaty enterprises, 1 founad thema.
so vaist, so gr'and, so tiii-reachiang and
splenudid, ais to be alnmost incompr'e
hen lsaible. Ctertainly mno .Na poleomn ever
land half11 sneh a brain. A m yet, for'
all this, I nieveri hieard a word of ad
mir'ationa. luveryi mnan in WVall Sircet. tl
se'eed so bound 'up in his own petty
losses or' gains that GouldI wias looke l
upon01 as ai kind of1 thlermiometer' that,
miarked the irise and fall of' stocks.
"'An imnspirecd fiend," is the highe'st t
priaise I hecard for' himn. Day~ after dav
yucudconstantmly licai' such ex a
praessionis as these: "'Somie one wiilla
shoot thain-- bef'or'e lhe is a year old
er' ;" ''Well, he ill aiever liveo to eai
Jtoy it;'' "Let himn look out what lie is
about;"'''Thaey fixed Fisk, and lhe was
a stronger mani that Gould ;'' yet vecry b
tranaquilly (lie (lark littJe Napoleona
passed oni thrioughi it all, as It' utter'ly
uniconIscious of' these mutterlings, andt
uitter'ly camreless of whaat mcon thought
01' ditd. 0O' coui'se such coolness said
couirage as this appleals to a mani friom
the P'acitie, and imy inter'est in this malh'i
I amay 'nentioni hero that. I did not
thuiil thle average stock-speculat or am uch
ot' a mian. Quite unlike thme ganmd oldg
Californija gamublem's of mar first cdays, I
lonind them a sobera, cold-Lloodedl,'cal
cubatimng lot,. A mud heri' let me call at
'lentiona to thie gulf that lies betweoon
the stock-speculator iad the legitimate
r'ailm'oad mina. Let thae limne. betweeni
thieii be nmot f'orgottoni. Thme one i~s to
.he shnmed, dr'eaded, despised. Tho
ipathaized with. Thme one, with a force
ot a qlaurteir otf a mailliomi stronag mean,
lives in luxury, andl gives to thc wvor'ld
naot so munch as one gmraimn of' wheat.
T(his quarter' of a million br'oker's
amad prmofeissiocnal stock-speculators live
on thme fat oif the land, and yet, alto
gethear, (lhcy neera giv'e to the world
so mucha as omne luifier amatchm. 'Thley'
arie ec amp- follotwem's wvho pinluner' the'
lUnt time great. buiiler's of railways
art' quite anothaear quality of men.
W~all Street? llow did I coame out?
Oh I Well, I was shaort of St. Paul amid
lon g of' Pacltle Mall. I expaetedl
Paciftie Mail to go tip and St. Paul to
go dlownt. Thaey did amid I hadt $21,
000. But that w as not enough to build
a city w ith. I held onm.
Onoe day it wais r'umored1 that the
ruist wias not so) bad in St. Paul after'
mall. It began to) star't up! Pacitle! Maiil
bean to sh~oot down. it was said theI
Chianese land established anm opposition
lhue. 1 tell you IL takes a bift manm to
sit oni tuwo benches at a timle. Teni to
one1 he will spil1lahimnseltf hatet the
two just as suaroas he attempts It.
1 sold some St. Paul and bought
mioi'e Paeille Mal; but all to no puamr
pose. TIhey' kept righlt on. Then I
got out of Pacitic Mail at the lowest
fIgure it touched, aand bought WVabaush.
1 baegani to ilonuader, amnd got frighten
edl. .1 soltd andic bought, 'and boumghat
an sold 81(. '1 ft'oquently sawv ina the
papers that I was geni'l ech in Wall
Oe r ve ile oid 1ai oit. que1Ilo
One dav my brokdr took Ihe by th
leeve, and 1-1me, like a ausb as
ras ide. y wit was over. An
sto I ecd Utoida.
No o~~th so little money ee
nte ii Street uhder better ad
anaes. 11 mAn we re kind an
ood. I tink no man there over at
3mpted to mislead me. But it Is sim
1y impossible to make money there
nd keep it. Let me mention heretha
uring iysix months there I paid n
rokers InI commissions $11 425 I Thes
il I 0 alonle will 4evour -al
0 * Am41 ae not a pleasant tin
> Oinit ourselftbeatel:1. But If thle
rief istory of my adventure in thi
angerous land. will dimihish at al
ant tired and anxious army of tape
oldors who waste tlioir shekls, thei
ays and their st'rengt.h In vain ' wait
igt why, .1 willigly bear the re
And, atler all I lost but little, hav
Ig but little to lose. And I learnei
> much, havig so mnuch to learn.
WHA2' IAMP2'QN BAM8.
eep the Organhation Intact, and Abid
the Reault Loyalty.
From the Greenville News.
The following to the editor of th
aily News was received from Sona
or Hampton yesterday in reply to en
airies addressed to him, as to li;
Whether the South should romaa
Vhlether Je would support the at
tmpt to couit New York for Iani
COWaMntA, November 13, 1880.
My DEAR SiR: liI reply to youl
ieostiois, I nswer that I tilink it very
nportant, especially to the South
sat the Democratic party should re
lin its organisabion. Tile fact tha
ar.riends of the North were not able
give us as large a vote as they hoped
r is -no reason that we should deser
iema. -The poliey of the party will be
lotated by future events.
I rep ard the Presidential election ae
ttle , and I should oppose any actio
okiig to a contest oi mere technica
-ou(81 as re'volutionary.
Col. Aiken Favors at Solid Ncutrallty.
In response to shnilar questions dif
iently put-whether he thought th
>uth should adhere sol:dly to th
omocratie party, and whether he
vored the Counting in of Hancocik
a New York, Congressman Aiken
COKESBiiY, S. C., Nov. 12, 1880.
To the Xditor /' he Daily NXews:
ours of the 10tlihinstatnt awaited ni
I my return from ily )plantation to
ty. You propounad to ie two ques.
Lns, to both of which I unhilesitating.
answer "No" loudly, qua lify i ng m3
ply to the first by saying not in a
irtisaln seilse. It you desire to knon
y political opiniois read tihe letter ]
rote the K.1e's and Courier almost a
Ma ng . Aid if you wait som
adingr that is more Pickwickian that)
ickw ick hiimsel fi roa tihe edtori0h
that blustering sheet. from that da)
this and see how easily they hiiv<
mped tronu one sidle to the -othe'r o:
(ielpoliticwal ifence. I know mioro
>outL the ranik and1( file of the North.
-n DemioerneyC chau3 aill t ho Editors ii
>uithI Caroliaia and never hand am
ithi in themi. Theyi aire a pairty witi
nme, but withmout a princviple. W<
uthernercis, Democoratic to the cort
vonf priniciple, have pinnmed our faitha
u hiat namne or miere shadow, and o:
mnrse have lost. hy it. 1 have long~
mntended that the South should be
uine more nationalized and lay lesm
ress uponi ''the princ(i ples for which
ee and Jacksonm touti." Supp)1os<
>ui a nd [ believe ini State a'ii hts. suces
oni strict conistruct ion, "' loodi anc
under"' anid all e'lsp up~on which wm
templlted to tfomal a Southern Con
derne~y, what sense is there in '"kick
g- againist the pricks?" I necver~ hma
e tainttist hope of I Iauneoek'seleetion
it had 1 said so. the wiseacres of (h<
taite would hanve sworni I wats not fen
a the palrtv. IndeeQ(d, wihaen ini a r'etir
1, sclusive localit v in may ow Oisn
iet I v'enturedl to counsecl wvith somni
l my frienids, and predoict futuirt
r-ents, it was her'aldecd to the wvorld
1(1 by no paper with imore zest thmi
our ownm, that I was a renegadle aim
ion11(d le r'mun out of thme " party.'
ow that their hind-sights are iln troi
'hat do some of these sanme wisecre
y? Nothing of any consequence
ut they are all ready to watch "whiel
any the eait jump1s."
1 iiced not worry y'ou with a loni
pistle, but will simiply- say, 1 believa
te South in., Conigrest should haav4
(othingK to do with piartisanl entanide
aents, but stand akotf until the tim
vote, ahdic then upon03 all questions o
ationial importance cast a solid vot
>r what they believed to be0 rigIht re
ardless of' the fact whether the issu
'as D~emnocratie or Republican ini
ar'tisan sense. In this war' we wovlm
Old a balance of' power that woui
esult, ini our being courted by botl
aries North, and enable us frequent
to dictat~e tevms 1upon1 imnportan
asues. lBut mnany Southerners i
~ongress wvould tollow thie Demomcrati
arty as Gover'nor Perry said hie woul
llow time State in 1861, and "yoi
jory how this wias yourself."
D. WYA-Tr A'KENq.
T'IVE CENT CIGAR:
A ME RIC A
1? W. n mA rrENumIT
TOiE ITTLE MEPICN1 E (IHIEST-Miay Apple
Liver Plia are the most reliable in the we d,
and entirel getable. Price 16 cents for largo
Iboe. old by all Druggists in thiscoUnty.
MIACON, 9. u~ ,~9
I haveti d hoonteld's 8,oct Feed on ny
,e the t results. had one horse I
turned over to me ~or which o owner would
have taken 25, d tfter treatn hIm with the
Stoeirjeed for tw4o weeks, I conb del! ham worth
$t 0. y wife has tried it, alce on hot chickens,
which we e dying rapidly with cholera. and she
did dot lose one after giviag the first dose.
Yours trul R ,
J. H. PRTSR,
Sold by allrug tPropietor LIvry Stable.
SlbyalDruggists lan this. county.
COLUMBUS, OA., J111. IT, 1818.
DR. J. 0. M4OFFETT ear ooer -La t sum.
P: lier, when our little girl was teething, we tried
a jre,t number of prescriptions but none of
thom rtleved her. e finally hkd bh'ought to
rur notice your Teethina (Tetthin Powders),
and used thom with the happiest rsults. The
gave her a speedy and permanent relief.
very heartUy recommend 4hem to others,.
Yours very trul
G. . GLENN,
President Columbus Femalo College.
Iot speedy curen of *ore and eruptlone upon the
skin hawiv been rentarkable.
GOLDTHWAITE & SON
Druggists, Troy, Ala.
HEALTH AND BEAUTY COMBINED.
Wonman's Right.-One who has !ong studied
this sub ect now presents the result of his in
vestigations. lie 8 happy to Pay that he has
discovered "Woman's Bat Friend." It is
adapted especially to those cases where the
womb is disordered, and will cure any irregu
larity of the "menses." Bradflold's Female
Regulator acts like a charm in "whites " or a
su den check (if the "monthly courses," from
cold, trouble of mind or like causes, by restor
ing the charge in every instance. In chronic
cases its action is prompt and deciblve, and
saves the constitution from countless evils nd
premature decay. Prepared by Dr. J. Brad.
beld At anta, Ga. For sale at $k60 per bottle
by all druggists.
bliiltown, Chambers Co. Ala., July 18, 18''.
I have used your Female Regulator exten
sively in my practice for a long time, and with
entire success where there was no complication
of disease. If it is not a specifac, it is in ny
opinion, the best known remedy for the dis
enses for which it is recommended.
J. H. DAVIS, M. D.
Messrs. Lamar, Rankin & Lamar; Gentlemen:
A member of my family whom I feared had
Consumption has boon entirely cured by the
usq of Brower's Lung Restorer. Hils condition
was very alarming to nl of us, and we did
every thing we could think of to tenefit him,
without success, until I got hh' a bottle of yoir
Lung Restorer. le began to improve after the
jiat dose and beforQ he had taken two bottles
was entirely cured whe I feared no cure was
possible and I most. cheer.ully recommend it to
alt who have any a ffections of the lungs. He
was coughing and spitting all the time, so in
cessantly that. it prevented his sleeping at
night. and what little sleep he got (lid not re
I resh him In the least. Had but little a potitet
and since he began the use of Brower n Lung
Res terer has slept well and his appotit is very
mnuch better. I have never soon anythin act
so promptly and effect a etre in so short a lime.
Wishing you reat success and hoping the
nbove may in uenco many to try rower's
Lung Restorer where they need a medicine to
strengthen and restore the Lungs to a healthy
condition. I am very reaaectfruly.
MR1. 1. J. pLIAB
79 Washington Av. near Wesleyan Female
Sold by the Druggists of this county.
Good Itasons for the Doctor's Faith.
MusNoN, March 23. 1880.
We have for twelve nionthsben prescribing
8.8. S. ("Swilt's Syphilit-ic Specifi") in the
treatment of Syphilli and many other disease$
for which it is recommended, an ' are frank to
say that the results have been most. satisfacto
ry, not having heen disappointed in a single
instance. We think, for all diseases for which
it 1. recommended, it stands without a peer,
and that the medical profession will, sooner or
lat er, be forced to acknowledilt it in the treat
mnenat of the Syp111is, in all stages as a sine qua
N. L. GALIoW AY. M. D.
J. T. ROBINSON, 1. D.
ATLANTA, GA., Afay 29 179.
One of our workme' had a bad case oi 8yph
Ils, of iv years' standing, and was cured en
Itirely wvitha "SwiftMt Syp'hi itic Specince." lie is
anow to ail apocarance~s, and in his own bnlief,
sound( and well. WMi. R1. & T. W. HUOOPEtR.
TnilE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, P'roprie
tors. Allanata. Ga.
Sold by all D)ruggists.
(.all "ira an 'onv of Young Mien's Friend."
NEW SEED 1AYE AND BARLEY.
A LOT 01F RED RUST-PROOF
OATS TO ARRIVE IN
A FEW D)AYS
B 1AGGING AND TIES.
A full and complete stock of' Family
and Pianitation Groceries wvill alway's
be found at~ my establishmnent, and
Sthey will be sol dat prices to suitL the
times. Give mie a call and you shall be
D. R. F.LENNIKEN.
3 aug 31
~FIN E L IQ UOR S.
TASBROS.' Old Cabinet Rye,
83, Old Rloanoko Whiskey, 1860.
I Also, Rlotterdlam Brandy. Cold hIam for
I lunch from 11 to 1 o'clock every day,
I Virecently made extensivo addi
Ions to my stock of Wines and
liquors, which consists of a full assort
mnent of Rye Whiskey, Corn Whiskey.
French Brandy, Apple Brandy, Peach
Brandy, Sherry Wino, Souppornong Wino,
Champagne, etc , etc.
.j' lolalim to sell the FINEST AND
PUREST RYE WHISKEY to be had in
I Winnsboro. Give It a trial.
I also also.k op on hand a fu'd supply of
.'in gra vai22,aaape o Dte ase
Call at the PAT?'ETTO HOUSE, In the
WVansboro Hotel building.
PRIOTOORA PUS I
will operate ina my Old Gallery in tho
.Thespian Hall until lst December.
If you want
c.me at once, that I may the better servo
f conxvenient, mnake your ongemients
the da before, A. A. MOD S
nov O.t4s1 1.
.FOR THE GOOD, THE T' 1tt ND THr BEA tt2 UZ' l
WILL BE DISTRIBJTED BY
(UNDER WBIGflT'S HOTEL,)
N Merchandise, during PAIR WEEK, at suost attraetivo mces. See our bred"
Goods in all the latest stles,Trimming Silks and Satins, siery, Handkerohiefs
and Notions in newest n les. Gents' and Youths' Hats in largo stock, Ladies',
Gents' and Children's Boots and Shoes, Ladies' Cloaks, new and stylish, at Now York
prices; Blankets, Carpets, Comfortables and )ap lqbes, at the New Store Qf
nov 6 Undbr Wright's Ho 4, Clumbia, 8. 0.
THE GREAT HEADQUARTERS.
DRY GAODS OTIONS OOT 9HOES HATS LOTHIG,
GRY SSOODS VROGKCERY JAR.E, h'OE AE
WILLOW WARE, COFFES, TEAS,, VoTC, 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
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 donbt goods
at these prices surprise them. But you can get anyth.ng in my store t
prices advertised. I sell goo4s 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.
callooes Still ZLower I
2,000 Yards to arrive, 41 cents. 'Best btandard brands at 6J and 7 cents
worth 8k everywhere.
MIM1N IV8 PRICES AR BOND TO TELL I
Bflack Goods a specialty. I handle Lubin's Cashmeres--the beat 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 tlie best manufactur..
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.
TEJA.S. TELA.S, T.A.S.
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.
THlE LEADER EVER!I
Johzn L. ,inaughz.
CONGRESS STRRET.. .
ALWAYS RELIABLE !
N O BOA ST IN G!
I T IS well kno'wn throughout Fairfield county that the old established
.1 honse of F. ELDER~ & CC. is always on the square. We sell our cus..
tomners goods once, and they come bac . Why 7 Because we are reliable
and soll only goods that give satisfaction. Our
FALL AND~ WNTER AVTh.K
Of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hatq, 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
suit te tastes of every one.
oct 2 3"M E
The Best Ever Produced!
THE DAVIS VERTICAL FEED
. SEWING MACHINE
CHALLENGES THlE WORLD TO 1PRODUCE 12W EQUTAL 2
a r Ang ofLr n o i s e ~ o n t e ac hine as as ca n be done on
liewar ts wl be made w a iy e desiring to comniote orthe above-named
DAVIs 8IW N ACILNE CO.,
cenoher large lot of the above Machines and the Improved Weed ujst re.
ceived. J. 0. Bo&o, A nt.
White and Colored Piovnes, Dress Goods in variety, Illusion, Silks, Satins,
bbos, Cornens ndloes Cotions, Hosiery, Lace Bonnets, Ruehing,
fon d i a first-class Dry Good, Fancy G oods a d nUIhin ery t bish
nt.er Yu can got all you want aereasonably. as game goods can be bonght