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'THE NEW8 AND) HER~ALD
WINXS130RO S. C.
tHURSDAY, January 97, 81
ON Q. a VI'U zuLsN. AMaAAra Eolto.
EDwIN BooM bas scored another
great triumapha In London as lago in
the play of Othollo..
GiEECE has her .t.weanty thousand
e2110n inl arns, and threatens to thrasl'
410 vh1ole of Eur'o0p If Turkey does
not givo up Duleigno. And the Pow
ers are to halve a cof1e1rence aboutil.
A inuox- axle Oil the Erle Railroad
<ditched an entire passenger train of
thirteei cars on Suaday at Tioga, New
York. Several coaches were burned
.and flie employ-;s it the nmil car were
r'oasted alive. This has been an unl
-usually disastrous winter for the rail
Apropos of the iilatentionl of the gov
eranenit to declare martial law in cer
- ain1 part8 of Ireland, it is said tlat
very generationl of Engblmen, since
the Ilabeas Corpus Act was first pass
ed in 1679, has seen its temporary sus
pension in some portion ofi the British
Isles. It has not beeii suspended in
England sinee 1818; but In Ireland
apartial law prevailed from July, 1848,
to March, 1849, and from 1866 to 1860.
Chili and Pern.
Chill has1 givenj thle Coup de grace to
Peru in the recent capture of Lima and
Calino, and peace may be expected at
any limo. Tile war which has beenl
Waged without Intermission Since the
early part of 1879, has been marked by
anll almost uninterruptedseries of vicet
tories for the Chflian arms. Dispute
originally arose between Chill and
Bolivia concerning the disputed terri.
tory known as thie Desert of Atacama.
This territory has recently developed
ulnexpected resollroes in nitrates and
minerals, and its exports are of great
value. Several years ago the two
nationas agreed to share the profits
joinitly, although most of the wealth
lay in Bolivian Territory. A tax of
tell per cent. on exports levied by
Bolivia was the pretext for war, and
before she knew It Chill had occupied
the port of Autofogasta, and sent her
an insulting alternative. Bolivia pre
pared for war, and President Daza
marched fron La Paz with great poanp
and circumstance, and swor'e he would
drive tle Chilians out of Atacama
headlong or perish in theatteipt. The
Chilians chased hill out of Atacama
and revolutionists at home chased him
out of Bolivia. In the mcan time
Peru offered to mediate, but Chili
threw iaato her teeth a secret treaty'
made several years ago betweeni Perna
and Bolivia7 and declared war agalinst
and bomnbardinag several of her ports.
President, Prado prepared for war', but
was unasuccessibul in several batt les,
iand found( that lae had prlessing~ busi
ness enigagem'aents in New York, ian
wvhich city he now resides, feeling it
to be much safer thman Limna. G.eneral
Pierola assumied the diictatorship ot'
Peru andt organized a vig~or'ous resist
iance, but the Ch~lilians were too amuch
for himi and steadily advan~cedl, taiking
towna after' ton in detail. Th'le last
stanld was made at Choarillos, a suburb
ofLima, but agaian the l'eruv'ianas were
-disastrously detieated, with a loss of'
seven thousanad anen, aand the Chilian
army miarched iat~o Liuma without re
sistanace. Piero)la, folloiwinag the ex
amlel of his p~redecessor, has flied to
parts unknaown. TheI a'ichiest prmovinlces
of P'er'u lie on the eastern sidle of' the
.Andes, and( thec war' maly be0 prolonged
but it Is doubtful. Th'le correspondti't
of thae New York 11eralM savs that
Chili will demand territory ft'om Peru
andl make her pay theo expenases of' thme
wvar, dismantie her seacoast dlefenees
131n. surnde'r heri fleet. Jiolivia has
beeni whipped loaag ago, so that Chaili
is tihe leading power of Westera SouthI
America. Sihe hans always manaifested
gre'at Superiority over' thec othaer' repub
lies anad hasU miade raidi~ str'ides in
wvealth andl pow~er, whaile they hanve
been enlgagedl ill the pleasanat task of
writing bormbastic pronunimentos
anad cutting oach othecr's throats.
Chili's suIccess will possibly' emb1old
enl her into pickinig a quarr'el withi her
neighbor over the way, the Argentine
Conafedleration. It would be munch bet ter
to have 0one conasolidlatedI governenat
than a host of petty, jealous anid ban33k
rufpt States, such as now tharow a
stigma on the good aname of Southa
'THE QUI'.N~ oF' THE Loainy.- The
Queen of the Lobby this whinr, savs
Chicamgo 'ib~iune, ''is a laiscinatinag
little br1l1utte friomi the Sunny South
the wiow of' a Confeder'ato coloneci
whio fell before Rlichmaond. Shao has
been ab~road, anid knaows the mtost
clebarated men of France, Englandn~
ad this country, although hea' circle
of female acqu Laintuances is evidenatly
cirnfser'ibet. Th'le charm of hien con
v'ersationu is irraeslstlie, especially to
genatlemen whiose hailr is t hin 031 thle
top of their' heada. Ther'e is a sweet,I
su1bdiued gaioty in 1her speech, accenat
and3( gesture's, wihich maakes a v'enerable
Jistoen happy, andi thaere is a vIvacity
tbout her1 conversationu which is espe
cIallye attractive. She al ways dre'sses
in black, ini which magnifice'nce of' ap
parei canI be allied with purity of'
taste. Inm the daytime a Ionag-skirted
iihster' has a most dhecorous look, anad
ait uilght, in her pleasant rooms, she al.
ways wenars a r'ich black satin dress,
with a scarft of' rare lace, in wvhicli
gleams a diamond cross which maighat
have been the tfansoml of thae Stan~i.
Such unstudIed grae anad eleganace
I-u wgst sweet Anied Page, 'on her'
bm'hlt face one glance might traco a'
picture of'the brain,' and If she~ (doe
niot reiim' grent aid to those whon
haave retabme a her services to aid theirI
schemtes I am istakenm. More tihan'
neongressanani is suabmissive to haer
1'Il 1 JITF TA N hL ,
Tihe obelisk was placed on Its pedes
tal in the Centigl Park, New York, on
Saturday, inl the Preseneo of five thou
aand spectators. Its history Is ap Io
Thotynes III. erected the obelisk at
the entrance to the Temple of the Sun,
in 1leliopolis, muore than three thou
vand five hundred years ago. Two
centuries later lHamiecs 11. employed
the reporters of his times to carve 'his
greatness oil the stolle, and twenit%
three years before Christ August us
tesair moved it. to Alexandria and set
it tip at the Cxsarimn, a palace flat.
hais gonie to ruin, an1d inl our timles Is
merely onte of the walls of a inarble
yard. Ii that vard, near the station
of the railroad to Cai'o, Mr. IV. 11.
Iurlburt found it wheni the Suez Canal
Was opened. lie persuaded the
Khiedive of Egypt to present it to the
city ol' New York, through ihe govern
ment of the United States, andl a con
tract was nearly perfected with John
Dixon, who had (tratisported the mate
of this obelisk to 1,on1don, to b)rini it
to New York for $75,000, but the ie
gotiations reil through, and Lieutenant
C...ouniiauler Gorringe, theni command
ing the Gett ysburg., havinam taken cure
fll observatjons ill tle Mediterranean,
expressed his willingness to do the
work. Thereupon the Secretary of
the Navy assigned him to the 8tate
Departmuen t. Secretary varts per
mitted him to take the contract, and
detailed him to go to Egypt. The cost
of tranmsferriig tle stone from hemils
phere to hemisphere has been much in
excess of $75,000. The Commander
shipped the trunnions on which the
obelisk swutig Satutrdaa y from Tren
ton, N. J., to Egypt, and took the
stole down. lie sailed with it for'
New York on the 121h of June last
and arrived on the 20th of Julv, the
length of passage Ibeilg due to it brokeni
shaft. His steainer, the Dessou,', was
drawn ip on the Marine Railway on
Staten Island, and the obelisk was run
out of her forecastle and placed on
pontoons, which were towcd up New
York IHarbor on the afternoon or the
16th of :Septcmber last. The stone was
c'arried across the Iindson Itiver Tail
road track at Ninety-sixth street with
outstoppiig a train. It was at a per
pendietilar over its pedestal on file
niniety-eiglith day after its landiniig on
The following figures were given to
thle press for the first time Saturdav:
Height of the obelisk from base to tip,
69 feet 2 inches; base of the obelisk,
square through its axis, 7 fect 8j
iiclhes: at. (lie top, 5 feet 3 inches
squarc; weight, 219.j tons; main body
of the obelisk, 61 feet 7 incies ini
length; pYramidon, 7 feet 7 inclhes in
length. No two sides of time obelisk
are equal in widthi. 1' % ou cut it
through in sections you will find it a
The height of (lie pedestal 6 feet 11
inches; at. tle base it is 9 feet 3 inches
square, mid at the top 9 feet 1 inch
square. The weight of (e pedestal is
The height of file foundation is .1
feet, 10 inches ; height of t he bott om
step, I Foot 5.1 inchies; widtih 1 foot 6
inches. lleight of, (lie middle step, I
foot. 7 iiches; widh, 1 foot 2 i icies
J height of' top) sftep, 1 foot tid inches.
The base is 17 feet, 8 inches square at.
R$bot2msaid ,1,2 frecj &inchea at the
,Total hecight of' Ihle tilp of' the obelisk
from the ionticle on whbichi the base
stanlds, 80 feet II iniches, Ilejghittroia
the easterni drtive to Ithe foun idat ion, 12
feet 1 i. Elevation of' the site of
thie obelisk above iineanm high water,
101 f'eet 6 inichies ; to theo topi oh' the
obelisk, 194 feet 6 inicheis. Weight. of'
lie obelisk and its pedestal and founmda
tion. 712,000 poun ids.
Under' the Eiiglishi Jaw n10 p~ersons can
be mnarriedl exepht withinm the caiioni
cal houris of' eight o'clock in thle miorni
mi amid twelve at noon uniless (lie mar
i'iagie is per~tformetd by3 special l icenseS
friomi thle Archibishiop of' Canteirburv.
As the cost of a special license is olie
hundred anid fift-y~ dollaris, andit in
volves, to obtaini it, ai good deal of
(ronblhIo, such marri'iiages ar'e tusually
confimedl to (lie wealthy , and onaly ihi
resc5Wt to .thiem ini comiipar'atively'rar'e
iiistan'es. U.p to 18-1-1 lie presenciie of
at 'h-i,-ymani wats niecessarvy to maitke a
iiarimimge valid. Sinmcaleu hen las have
beent passed wh i ch peiit. mnarriagi~es
to lie solen ized w ith or wvithount a
ireligious eereino~ny. Thle Imarriage
mu Lst. either lhe comid not ed by a cleirgvy
man of' the Establ ished Chulii chl, oir ini
oir iii the0 registriar's uililce, afteri obl
tainimig a, certhiate anid giv'ing notice
of' intion I10. 14ut in echl of' these
hat tteases thle mar'riaige miust lhe coni
dlucted by (lie registrarmu. In Scotlandt
a mieire <teclart'ion~ of' muariage in thle
Iiesenc(e of witnesses is v'alidl. T1hie
ohhigat ion to be niarried wit hin thle
canionical hour is apiplies in Englandl to
all marrtiages. The syniod of' thie Iriish
br'anch (now dlisestablished) of' thle
Chur'ch otf Eingland has ah-'eady alter'ed
thle e.u nonm f'oirIl tha i sland by' extendo
ing thle lhouris t wo o'clock in'flue afteri
noon; and nowv t hiere is a illI bef'ore
P~arhamenit which propoeses to permnit
the mairriage ceriemny to be lawfumilly
peirfoirmed at. any hiour' between eight
o'clock in thle mnomninig and live o'clock
in thle afItern'ioon TJhiis apparenitly
siuple and desirtable inn iovat ion uipon' a
customi strenigt hiened b~y triadit ion and~
confirhmed by' st at utes, seemis deostied
to mueet wt ith! seionis oposit ioni, al
though, it is hiredict ed tat thle piroposi
fiti wiill, ii all probablility, end ini a
comnpromise by' the adopt ion of' lie
Anglo-I rish synod for all miarr'iages ini
Englandt amid WaleQ, It is eni'ons to
niote with whait forms anud c~eemon ies
such an alter'natilon of thle carnaonic'al
hour's witin i which umarriauge amay be
(clebr'ated is hedged allou ; f'or 'even
mf'ter' the bill now befor'e PIarliamenut
becomes a law, its v'alidit y will have
to be sanctionedl by r'oy~al'license fronm
the Qumeen, as hmead of' (lie Estalhishedl
Churchi, and by bothI houses oil thle Caui
terbur'y andi Yoik Convocations.
EAIILY iR141IN(.--A Germuan phtysi
eiana of <celebrit y has latelv' beeni inves
I igatimng the subject. of' early iIsing, anid
has come to thle conclusion that, far'
friom nmakinag a imi 'ihealthyii, wealthy
aint( wise,"~ it, has~ qutite thle conitriarv
effect and shotens lifeo instend of prmo
lonigimig It. Inm the mtajor'ity of cases0
which 'he has investigated, t he lomng
liveirs have Indulged in hate houmrs, andi
at. least eight. out. of ever'y ten per'soiis
who atin ied the age of eIghty amid
tlupward wer'e In the habit of' not'retir
ig to rest imutiI the small houris, and
r'emiing it 110d unitil the daiy wuas
f'am advaniced. le has nto doubt wvhat..
over that eairly rising is a mtost por'ni
eleus habit of' these wh'lo go to bedl
late, and, like Char'les Lamb, thiks it
better'im forver'ybody to debitv getting
tip untIl themtor'nlng huas hado a chmanc'e
to hto'nne wrell nimemI.
TIIR T REUAN T EPECJ ie()UT E.
Proposed Ship Railroad Beitween to Two
From the San Franiesco Call.
Captain Janies B. Ends has come to
the front again with his prolect of a
ship rallivay across Tclalitepec. The
concession ho has obtained from the
Mexican governient places his pro
ject in a lin with tie other inter
occanic routes, so far as rIht of way
is conceiied. Mexico, lRe Panama
11(I Nicaragua, desire8 to have the
roi(te froii oceia to ocean establ)ishied
across her territory. Tehutantepec is
about sixteen degrees north of the
equator, and about eight degrees
north of Pittania. Nicaraigua lies be
tweei, but, nearer TehuantepctI than
to Panaina. One great point of ad
vantage in favor of Tehiiantepec is (lie
fAt (lint its westerii terminius is ill the
Gultf of Mexico. The sume body of
water whicho will reCeive the freihIit
transported ov1er1 the 8)t11 iierii Pacific
Railroad iIll also receive the ships
carried acros tlie Tchaintepec. routie.
'Tle railroad colnects with the nort h
lrlit extrelility of tie "' 1I, anid tle shi )
railway vith the su I. Tihe acl
vantage of' this coni r. caso of
war would be grea. would be
itich easier to close ti. .i1 of Mex
ico to hostile fleets than to protect Ves
sels crossing from Painuma into the
waters of the Caribbean Sea. Captainl
Eads' mnelod is now, but nto doubts
are eut ert ai tied among experienced enl
giueers of its entire practicability.
Ships n1ay be transported in stays, to
pr(vent strainin1g, or they may be
raised in a bed of w ater and trans
ported across in that elemient, literally
mingling the Waters of one oceani1 with
those of aiother oil each trip. Cap
aii. Ends offers to demonistrate the
eitre practicability of his inethod at
has OWII eXpenIse. The feature of his
propisition to which objetion iimay be
ir"ed is that which looks to a govern
inent guarantee of interest, oil $50,
(00,000 of bonds. What lie asks of
tie govermenlli t is 1much less t.an was
given the first Pacitic llalroa1d, but
the governemient's policy has sin1ce
been -soniewhat chianged. IRailroads
tire iow built withoit Itny sneh guar
antee, or not built at all. Even Col
oneh Scott, with his trained lobbyists,
(idl not sneceed in ret tilg a bill
through,garantecing tlie bonds of his
Pacif ic road; bt., while lie has been
trying, t(e Southern 'acific has been
cotpleted overi nearly the stne route,
without other aid from goverinnent
than tlie right. of way. It is possib)e,
however, that means will be found
which will prove such a guarantee to
capitalists as to indie theni to fur
nish tie incans for the construction of
Captain Eads' proposed ship railroad.
-1 lere is a very striking example of
how Ireland could be made pealeful.
Sir Cavendish Foster is one of t1e few
1rish landlords who have no trouble
with tile tenants. le is a clergymian
ill Essex anid owns lands in County
Louth. Ireland. Not lg ago lie iii
structed his aigeit to reduce rents
twenity per cent., but Ills tenants re
)1ied w ith a u nilious refusal to ac
cept tle reduction. They (lid not
wish for inore consideritiOi--they
asked 1or. none at all. Being able, the'
were wilungw to pay their just rent in
full. They told thle agenClt to informti
the lanidlord thant such habit ual just ice
lie ..OlV?.O nli!!!iie it...uh neces sagr'
honiest and4 graitel'( to ab~use, his gen
erosity;. lIe explaints w'4halt happened104
byv sayinig that the renits wer'e r'edued
at, the~ tim of104 the last tfinine in 1847,
anld they have never sinlce 1been raised.
Th'le result, of a gentle use of thle land
lord's power is proved by3 two remnark
aibie cI .tirmtance0(s. Wh len thle land
lord (lied, the teniants spent 2,000) in
lntttitng ill a1 muolutnent. to himn. TPhe
aigent--thie usually hatedl agenit-died,
A siiniluar mninnuient wals Put uip ft
h11tn. At a. time when laindlordtismi is
heinug dloeried all over I reland, Sli
(Cavenidishm Foster is recei vi nr (con
stant11ly from his tnanits declaintions
that it' all landlords weire hike him (hc
Land League would be ipossible.
A Hloosuiri jn IN A TuANCFi~.-Al
tile Untited IBrethireni church at. Bec
(Camp, this cotity, says a Madison,
Inidiatna, speciail, a revi'val hasi been1 it
pr'ogr'es for'521 som timei past . Amtontg
the 'onlverts has b(een a beaut ifut
younig g'irl, a gedl fifteeni, nlamed Flor'
('lee Nealll, whlo is niow tile wonderci a nd
Senisat ion (if the neighibor'hood. F~ot
the paist siX dayi s Misus Neal has heel
that1 tim exce('i p t so11ue f.od that hi
fleen 'C foribly 1 dinin istered1I I 't e. Sh
chuiireb, an id was2l carr'tied1 home1, w.Vher'
she has hain ueveir since. Ocasionially
site seemUS to (come to for ia momen0t
ani mutrmiurst ttrange thing;s of' wha
she htas seen in iii eacven, aId1 thten re
lapses againi inito ai deatth-like sw)oon
Thela otheir day', wvhile here foirmier schioo
teac(her' was 1 ihere, she been(l tie fori'
motne nt coniscious aind sa id she hla(
seen Is mother1(11 ini1[ I ee, and1( slic
had tol heri that she had asked biet
soin to pray. antd she asked 11he vonlt
lady if lhe obeyed her' wish~es. *M.
Neal, at last. accouts, wasfl still inii
deauthl-like tranitce, an td the nieighbor,
hood in a fever-heat of' excitenment.
IFar.iomiT DiseuunmNA'riox.-Th.'Ile agi
tationl aigainlst discrimtninta ting freigi
('harges otn the irailways is eei'ain iti
ca use ati oarnest deba~ite4, antd , very l)o.5
sibly, mayi r'esuilt in pr'otct ive legisla
t1)1 it) New Yotrk. The positiono 0.
those interest051ed in t he lmatter' is, thal
t he low ra1t e of thiroughI fr'eighlt shook
be imade the bas.is f'or' locail traille
withi the dhiff'erentce it cost, it ainv, add
dem Itand pro( tectiott, andl isist thaot t ic
lar mge shippers' shoul not 1be favotred
at lheu' expen411e, nor shiouldi citizens 01
t he State thatt granilts Ithe ral waly fran
clises lie made4 to payii thle dhelilt (caus1
ed b~y 0011npet ing for 'thle th routgh butsi..
nmess. TIher'e is, 1no doIubt, reasotn for
son)1m of' these c'omphliinuts, but it is
dilheiut, 14) see whiy the rule of' bui..
leSs, whiceh enaibles a inani to buy~
$5,0001 wort h oft g0oods chea~per (1han1 lie
cani $5i wiorth, shoutld not ahply to
Sien.-:ss.-A Newv York letteri says:
"'Malarmi is b.ecomning thle ter'ror' of
New Yourk imid all the surl'omein~igs
In the ci1t the poisomi comes from (10
festive Sewverage, whileu tile couuntry
sul'er-s fr-om railway crybamnknmnt's
and other iunpedChnlments to frlee ovecr
flow." T1hiis Is thie first time we' have
seeni such a chiai'ge brougrht against
INew York and1( its enirons. It has
lately been discov-er'ed thait. malam'ia is
very destr'uctive of healh in Washing
toin Citi', also. A coi'responidenit, wvrlt
lng to t'he Psess of New York frotm
Washington. declares t hat the diseaise,
so far' as it exists, is inbibed from the
mouth of a denmijohn.
Pa v verfl' 81)1'ierintion.
-H on. fienry rattersoni writes a
rosy letter to t iCour'ier-jolnal
alter tits Chicago 'ress banquet. 1He
cheerfully coiclu s: "Aid the South
Is very pa-osker is. People rarely
quarret who ate king money. Thev
all out when the don't make'it. Ali
this talk about. w at Garfield is going
to do for a So ern policy is Pure
drivel. If Ie b :.man of sense, as I
take him to be; I Will have no South
er'n policy any in 'e than he will have
a Nother'n polio. : All- of us fire get
ting on pretty -1 1; and, if we con
tinue to do So,. government must
let prettv well lone. It was med
dhing and muddli g that bet ween 1863
and 1875 lost ti - Republicans their
grip, They hav it back through no
merit of theirs, t through the f'aults
anld follies of' the emocrats. It' they
would retaini i they must behav'
themselves. If t ey don't do this the
Democrats will mie in again. That
is the long an1d it ' short of it ; an1d, as
WC irle conicerne In the South, we are
oficially 1adifre nt. WO have put
Our house inl ord iand we propose to
keep it. in order. 'We are busy, doing
well and defy ectiomail partisans
either the fools a 4 bigots among our
selves or the fo 8 and bigots of the
North-to hurt r hinder us. The
boutl is as ilu ipenldt. as a Wood
sawier. As ti e passes this will
appear in many praotical shapes; fin
substantial and ;solid improvelmelts;
in larger intercoirse with the world;
in a better unde f tanding of home in
terests, materia and spiritual ; in
mlioral emancip ta n, wherein the spel
hng book and rithmetic will make
geography a sigit to see.
A WoNDiRUi SWAM.OWEn.-Geo.
Wilson, more faniliarly known as the
'"frog man," died in Strail'ord a few
days ago. Last uly he caught a frog
aniti swallowed it alive. This IwIas in
the forenoon, and in the afternoon he
coiplaiilied of a severe pail in his
stomach. lie was sick several weeks
under the care of a physician, and got
better. The first of last month lie
catne bac-k to Strafl'ord, but had work
ed but a few dayA when lie was taken
sick with inflayiminatiou of the stomach
amt howels. There is no doubt but
his death resulted from the swallow
ing of that frog. W ilson seemed to
have a mania for swallowing living
things. On one-occasioni he caught a
green snake more thmai a foot long, ant
swallowed it alive. At another timiie
he caught a black snake, about five
feet long, cut It open, took out its
heart, and swallowed it while pulsat
ing. At the time lie swallowed the
frogthe first timte, his frogship, not
liking his quarters, turned around and
came back. It was not until the see
Ond or third time he swallowed it that
lie Succeeded imprisoninmg him inl his
stomach.- Dorer e)mocrat.
-It is reported in Washington that
the liveliest opposition that the advo
cates of a positiot for Bruce in Gar
field's cabi let have vet met wvit I comes
from the officors iml the navy, on the
cireulation of the report that lie wis
to be tendered the position of secre
tary of that deipartment. The officlers
of the deparbent, are tie most, aristo
(rattic and exclusive of any inl tle pub
lic service, and the iden' of hiavinig a
n.egro as ruler' of Uncle Sam's "N avoec
is more than they can stand. Ini fact,
tlhis Bruce business has gone home to
a rea. mnan..of th at very class who
-Wi. U.~ Pulleni, F~owlerile,
Michi., says:* I have not rested better
for monlt hs thath I did laist. night. Thef
"Onlv Lunig Pad" has helped mec won
derftlly.-Ece Adr. *
-Chas. L. Rlossiter', 19.5 Summnli
St., Toledo, Ohio, says: I wouki not
take one thousand dol lairs for mny Ex
celsiomr Kidiney Pad, if I could nof. gel
another'. I have gainied in thre'<
months thirty p)ounlds.-Sec Ado. *
Fresh Drugs 1and Mediines,
( 1AST~OR OIL, Bluestone, IBorax, Cay
\. en Pepper, Laetopeptino, Bat.1
Sp~onges, douigh Syr'ups. 8oothilnf Syrups
I3pty Rtumn, Pert'runecry, Cinchionidia, Qui
nino, T1uttds. (Gilder's an 1 Strong's Pills
Essence Ginger, Capsine Plasters.
Onion Sets. Pr'epared Cocoa, (Canary
Seed. Gun P.,wder TPea, lyson TIea, Pow
dored Black Popper, Machine Oil, &c. Jus
McMASTER. BICE & KETCHIIN.
CLERES'S SA LE,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF FAInIFIELD.
E. W. Taylocr anmd Wife', Plaint iITs, vs
G. C. IBacot an1O1 hrs1Dfed
N pursnance of an order of th<
.LCourt of' Commionu Pleas, maude ii
the above stated case, I w'ill o)ffer f'oi
sal(e, bef'ore thle Court. Ilouse (loor' ii
Winnmmsbor'o, oni the first Moniday ii
lFebruar'y next. within the legal h'our'i
of sale, at public oiitery, to thle high
est, bidder, thle following describet
All tha1t. iec, parcel or' tract oj
land, lyinig, bingmi and situate In th<
County of' Fai'rtield(, in the St ate afore.
said, on thme head waters oif Jackson'i
Cr'eek, on the wvestei'n sidle of' the r'oad
leading fr'om the townm of Winnmsborc
to Ash f'ord's? ferr'y, contiing thurec
hun idr'ed antd twenity'-twoV( acres, morm'
or less, nmd btoundeld by 'tforesid road
and1( by the lands of' Di'. Wiliam E
Aiken, of Apr'il lInarrison, of Thomnas
Joranan lanids foi'merly bclongin
to Robert S1d"n.
TInaisM OF SA L!,:
One-thiird1 of' thme p~urchlasc-moniey to
be paid ini cash, f'or flhe ba:lammce a cr'edit
of' one mand two y'ear s, pay'able in t wo
equal annuaml. instailmients, withI in tot'
est on said balamico fr'oml thle dayi~ of
sale, pay'able annutally, unmt il thle w'hlice
d (ebit anid interest be paid(1; lie mr-"
chaisetr to give his bond1( securmedl >v a
mnor'tgamge of' the premiises, amid to pay
for all necessar'y .pa >ers.1K~H
Cler'k's Ofice, C. C. C. P. 1". C.
Winiisboi'o, S. (.,
Jauarimy 1. , 1880.
SUIBSCIllE F'OR TrIlE
WEEKLY PALMETTO YEOMAN,
COLU1MJIA, S. C.
It is an eight-pago parer, decsigrcmd for
the people, tilled imth mteresting miatter
-Fatmly Reading. News, Markets, &c.
Subsi4l'ptionl:'One year, $1 .50; S'even
Alonthus, $l.00; Three Mionths, 60 conta
payable ia adfaince. For -six Natuca, and
N inc Dollars an Extra Copy for one year.
Spcimens~ furumshied. 'Ihe D~AILY YEO.
MAN, an a fternoon paper. Is $4 a year.
12th Editor nid Putblisherm.
11MWAnI OF AiuncrRY.-One th6usand dollars
In gold will Le paid for every raln of mercury
or other mineral substance und 1n 11ny Ap
Ie Liver P11l. Piece 16 cent' for large boxes.
gold by All Druggists in this county.
F j AJA. ALA.,March 0, 1878.
Mr. L. Shoenfeld-Dear Sir--I take pleasure in
stating that I have used your Medicated Stook
Feed hot It on horses and cat tIe, and with great
success, especially on a very poor cow, which
I boughtat auetion. She gives flow over two
gallons of milk. with a good pros o Of in
-crenslug. Not.withstanding tho pr udice I en
tertained for other powders that had tried,
and which proved wortnicss, I do Piot. healtate
to endorse your inventlon as being all you
claim for it. 1%. T. 811ENAN. O1
(Jentlemen--We have given Shoenfeld's Stock
F el: to your horses. and ilnti that it Is all you U
can claim for It. yoburs truly,
CH1APM'AN & DAVIS,
Propr's Livery and Salo Stables, 4d St.., Macon,
(Ia. Sold by the Drugglsth of this county.
I ean nasure yot hIa t in no single instance has
the Tecthina ever prored a failure. We huve tried
the soothing mnetdieines, and everything known
to us, and "Old Women," and Teethilna, Is re
eminently at success, and a blessing to notners
and children. J. M. DsLACY
llatchechutbbce, Ala. i
After trying Soothing Itemedies without
avail, and physicians without rollof, I gave
your Tethina and t acted like mnagic. I occa
siftnalty giv a poteder to keep m child'. nxmas
softened. 8. It. I ALDWI
WILL YOU BELIEVE IT?
WOMAN's BRS4T FRIlN.-To relieve t-he aching
heart of woanai, ali br'ng joy where sorrow
reigned supreme. is a inission before which tho
smiles of kings dwindle Into utter insiguil
cancO. This is the peculia! province of Brad- o
leld's Feriale legulator, which, from Ita nun.
berless citres, is appiropriately styled "Wo- P
man's Best Friend." The distressing complait
known Its IWhites," nnd various irre(gulItrJties
ef I-lie womb, to which woman is subject, dis
appear like mallic beforet a single botlIe of this
wonderful conpound. Physicians prc!;cribe it.
Prepared b) Dr. J. Bradfileld, Atlanta Ga.
For sale at. $1 50 per bottle by all druggists.
NOW IN PERFECT HtEAITI.
Near Marietta. Ga., March 21. 1870.
Some montls ago I bought a bottle of Brad- &
field's Fenalo Itegulator, and used it in ny *
fatllty with ithe utnsost. satisfiactionl, have re. V
comineided 1it to three other fanilles, and they
have found it, just what It is reconmended.
The females who have used the Regulator are
now In perfect, health, and ablo t.o attend to
their household dutles. We cordinn1y recon
end It. to te public. ItEV. 11. B. JOHNSON.
Metssrs. Lainar. Ranlkin & Lanar; Gentlemen:
My Wife land been troubled for ;(everal months
with Bronchitis. and during that, time t led
nearly cvery thing inaginable without thn G
811ttest bfii t. A friend of Ier to whom I
I- nt ioned it, told me to get a bottle of Brewer's
Lung Restorer, which I died. and les than one
bottic cured her eItirely. I w It recommend it
to all whto are simIlarly affected.
Yours very truly,
NATHAN C. MUNIOE
MACON, WA., March ), 1880. C
Alessrs. Lamar. Rankin & Lamaa, Dear Sirs
I had frequent hemorrhnage before using your
Consumlpt lve Cure, and had been treated by
Dr. Crowell Johnson and other Fkilled physt
etans without being relievedt, and after using
three bottles of your Brewer's Litung Restorer,
the henorrhage was stopped, and I hve never
had one since. I at now in better health than
before, and feel It mly duty to state to the pub
lic the effects of your wonderful Consumptive
cure on ine. Yours truly,
Mrs. R- 0 AVANT.
This Is to certify that I have h'id Asthma
for thirty-ive years and used a great many
difiercut kinds of medicines Was treated by
Dr. lloltonfire years without flnolng relief. I
then used your Brewer's Lung Restorer nnd
fotnd in It a permanent, cure.
Very tru ly yours Z. J' PARKS.
Sol( by all Dru.gsts in this county.
PtFH Y HIouM;TON COUNTY. GA., J T . '8Zn
In Ithe' i9731 tne wereo ner iisnr
COntfined ini 1 h tall of this counaty, whto were
very bailly ailited wvithi that, lonthsome dis
ease Sy phills. itn my ofieial enapacity an Ordi
nary, I empfloye~d Ca pt. C. T1. Swi1ft. then01 a resl
donat of thlis place, to cuere them,, under a con
tract, "ino cure. nao pay." 110 aclininistered to0
lthflil iggjgiju&nr e 'utuGe-iln in
pa y haim ot of ito oet Stir ensu, as he
effectedl ai complelte anad radichl cutra'
ina testimony~ I he'reutnto set liy ofietal signa
IL. u.j ture anda seat. A. S. 011138
Ordinary hiotuston (Cotanty, Ga.
CJIA-ANOOOA, TE'NNS., Feb. 141, lsio.
WVe take plensuare In Naying a hat the 8. 8.'s,
is glving giood statisfaction. WVe hanve had ex.
cE~ Irnt results frornt '1 numbert of cases. One
genstiemant woo hada been'u cotnanedl to his bed
m'x areekac wit hs Syphilit ic ithoutanat im has beeni r
treti etlirely, tanad spen tks in tihe hsighest praise
of It. It. a lso acts as well In primary as In nec
ondary andi teriiary cases.
(ILESTh & RiERRY.
'lHE SWIFi SPECIFIC COMi'ANY, Prsop'ric-C
torn. Atlanata, (ia.
Sold by all iirugglsts,
Call for~ a copy of' * ottnif Men's Friund1."
EDITORSI AN 1)NW AIEIpgMEN
of tile cotantry endorse James lBoss' Patent(
Gold Watch Cases. As a proof, read the fol- I
Balt imore, MId., March 8. 1980.
It gives me pleasutre to inform you1 that t'he
James Boss W~ith Case 1 have carried has1
ytven perfc~t, satisfzaction. It, wears henuiti
.' . T1. llJN(UlLD ,
Ed. a nd1 Propa't Telegra'm.
I tke F aye cie, Ind., 31 reh 8t, 1880,
I aepleasure ha coizltnendin~g tihe James 5
hoas M atchs Case as highly Slat isfaictory and
equtal in wear to tane or .solid lgold. They arc
t he "JBoss" in facet as well as l il nI me.
W. 8. LINGLE;
Ed. and P'rop't Couricr.
Des Molars, In., Fe b. 23. 18.
,Otur manalgerl las carried a James Itoss
i'atenat Wuatcha (nsa', atnd chleerfully says thnt it
cannoat, be beaten in rhy waty.
STATE LEAD)EII CO.
P ub'rs bamra Stiate I,catder.
WVaasekn, Ill.. Marcih 8, 1890.
I am pleased 1.0 sayv thIat thec Jamtes Iuss
Watchla e ( I5 halve Is enatirely sanisfactory,
being int every respect just. ats reprelsiented. it,
Is a Perfect bleauty. 31. nI. P'lEld
Ed. (nnd Pa Op't Irorgeoia Co. TJimn.
,.Wultsna, Wis., talarch 1a. 18,1.
'Vht Wanicha Case I haave of youtr mnako is 'In J
Ceey waty saltisfactory : 10 is)tist spaleandkl.
MIA R h II. IIAi(IT U
Ed. andt P'rOi't Torch of /,iberty.
Thto above are cotncurredl in by hunta:irdls of
01ther edlihors ais well as maerchatt~n, muechanics
attad jewlersn, in all parts of thei couantry.
'lhIais the la ontlv patent Case madei of Two
1'Iaates otf solid Gold. Itis wvarrantedl by spe
(1,1chII eritln. Ask your jeweler for illhIstra.
teat catailogue conitauining [full description,
W~INNSIRORO, S. C
S 1880 has passed awaV, I afn
Etowved On) m11 by may cusm-tomers' of'
ties, andt mutst say that I halve col
lected exeedinagly well, no0twithstand-(
mug thle drvy 8eason andt shor1t crOj>s. I
now invite theml to comeC and1( 1 will
MULESg. AND IHOluiS .
Onl Itie 1until falla11)1 upo lieir malkinlg
me) goodl p~apersi. I ialso inviteC ('1181
buyers, ias I cani sell to thotrnl as lOW as8
thle lowest for Cash.c
I DEFY COMPETITION.
A. WVILL IFORDIj.
REHGarden Seed und'Ohiora Sera',
Af~cMASTR, BICE - EC11N --
WET OR DRY TICKET
Is the question which agitates the mind of the public, not only in
linnsboro, but all over the State ; yet Mimnaugh thunders forth in lines
living truth, bearing the impress of Minnaugh's genius and wearing
e majestic form of his ,
Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Carpeting, Glass
id Crockeryware, etc., etc.
RIBBCN*TS I RIBBOJ2S 1!
Here, my buyer, in the strong, torso language of the West, has "struck
. I name a mighty sacrifice to the power of ready cash. 2,000 yards
Grosgrain Ribbon, worth fifteon and twenty cents, which I name at
pular figures-ten cents.
OCA LI O O IS.
My buyer on the floor of the great auction house of Field, Morrison
Co. has just brought down the liaimer on a big drive in Standard
rints, worth eight cents, at the surprising figures of 6j.
B L- A M T S.
The very small, dilapidated stock of these goods which the recent
>ld slap left on my hands, .L have determined to offer as a holocaust to
ky "fetish," the god of bargains.
Jeans, Cassimeres, Flannels and Dress Goods are the leaders of the
Fifty dozen Linen Huck Towels, a drive fearlessly offered as the best
'owol in Carolina, at t.enty-five cents.
TI N W A * E.
To close out an odd lot at loss than the material cost. Examnine it.
I still reiterate the words so often expressed-polite and courteous
ttention given every visitor, whether buyer or not.
J. L. MIMNAUGH,
Jian 20 T1HE L7E AD E R OF LOVPRIGE,".
A I''Fl E CURN ER S 1 OmE
FALL AND WINTER GV00DS.
W E BEG leave to inform our customers and the public generally, that we havy
Vo lately disposed of our Grocery Department for the purpose of making mor
o for our 0 r o S,
Which are now in store, and have been marked at prices to induce quick salep. wO
annot onumcrato thd wrious kinds and styles. wut cordially invile all to call fnd x.
mine our stock, and we sball endeavor to make it the intercet. of all to purchase.
CLOTIIING, IiATS AND GENTS' FURNISINYG GOOD,5.
Thii department has been extended, and we garantee prices as low as thelow at.
)ur Troy City Perfect Pitting Crown Shirt cannot beosurpassed. Laundrietl or Un.
amiadri~d made toi order if desired.
BAY STATE STANDARD SCREWED SHOES
Are our specialty, and to thoso who have tried thom we need not Add words. To
hose who are yet strangers to the durability of this honestly nade Sho, we Ask yo
o call and buy your winter supply, oria single pair on tly, i dyo prefer trying hem.
on will not have to come often-they are acknowled (ed by many to outwear any
ZEIGLER aROTHERS' Cents', Ladles', Mies, and Infants' Fine Shoes, heduce
our 83 oc bill and save money by buying tho bert. ionber the place
J. M. BEATY & CO,,
oct 7 ON THE COUNER.
OR TILE GOOD, THE TRUE, AND THE JEUAtTTIPULI
WILL BE DISTRIBUTED BY
DESPORTA4S M EDMUNDS,
(UNDER WIRIGIIT'S IIOTEL,)
L X ferchandise, during FAIR WEEK, at most attractive prices. See our Dress
n oads in all the latest vyles ,rimming Silks and Satins, HIositry, Hlandkerchi a
ad Notions in newest noveltie. Gimt' and Youths' Hats in lar ge stock, LAdies',
rents' and( Childrenl's IlootH and Slmocs, 1.adiem' Cloidim, now Itnd otylish, at Now York
)rices; Blankets, Carpets, Comfortables and Lpo sbe,, Pt the New Store of
nov 6DiE N.PO TI E N IEDM UNDJ9
nov 6 Under Wright's Hotel, Columbia, S. C.
1IE DAVIS I11TICAL FEED
H1ALLENGES THE WORLD TO PRODUCE ITS EQUAL
W~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~ -n huaddlaarwr ft
Man Oe 10 kand do1it, Iasweall onl'ored to any person that 1ill do as gew
mu oe of work, 1111AV (10 it V T L IC) wll, oil oier es al 1 0 ftas as can bo done on
je '' wAVIVlPl'e a with m I I. . Arrangeinojts for
le collfest, will b111 lde. wI id li 11oed40(liilg to (!omIPct 110- the lbovecianioc
(iward, w ithill a reasonable time aiclter writIli applical 1ol18 recelved.
DAVIS 8 W NO MACil1NE CO.,
Anoither large lot of (he above Machince and tle Improved Weed Just re.
31yCl. J 0 OAO, Agent.
hto and Colored 1'i9 ~l, DrN< t>Goot s in variety, ilnsion, Silks, Satins,
olts, Linen and Lace Collars, i"ci mTjy, ad BVonnel , ghi ,rll
mund in a first-class'Dry Gioods, Fanony, Tods and Mvlli.thing e erfa
ywher Yo.a o i yo n want afsaeasvnably as samno gooda dab boughi