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I hE NEWS AND IREIIALD.
W'NNSI3o1tO, S. C.
THUR SDAT. April 41, : : : 1881
4N. M. AUNLI AW.4TV FlBEtalol
.'G% a. n.Sl'XQLL*8. As6e00iTS Eutvir.
Titr Democrats In Ohio are much
pleased with the result of' the spring
mun11icipal electionls, and( they haveo
rome hiope of carrying thle State inl
BENJAmiN DIsRA E LI, Lord Beaconis
field, la6te lirimne minister of England,
died on Ttiebday, at the age ofseventy
six. A wonderful . man has passed
WE call specil attention to the ex
tract fiom thle speech of' Senator Vest
of Misiour, made i tie Snate hm.
ber- the other day. Senator Vesit wvas
a Confederate Senator, and wasti dis
ranchise1118d several y'ears1 after01 the Warl
in Missouri. Ile is a rattler % hem ie
gets started, ats the extrvact, will show.
Tm Richniond Dispatch, a debt
paying paper, tolls the Northern bond
holders very plinly that If the Repub
licans enable the Readjusters to carry
Virginia, thore will be no earthly
chance in future of having the bonds
paid. Thle Funders, even if disposed,
could never hope to turn the tide.
This should inake Radical bondholders
stop a while and think.
Tiuc Corresl)olent of the Richiond
Despatch, one of (he best of his tribe
at WAshiigton, says: "You at. a dis
talnce Who su)ppose t lie opposing Sena
tors are all personilly hostile would
discover your mistake by looking into
the Senate anyv afternoon wifle the
debato is proceeding, for' yo wt Nould
likely find Doit Cameron sitting by M.
C. Butler, Dawes talking to Johnston,
' IConkling to Cockrell, oi: Burnside to
Hampton, and apparently as fir from
fighting as the cat and mouse in Bar
num's happy family." Since Thurminani
and Eaton retired, Edmunds and Conk
ing have had no chums to pop peainuts
with, or Piir off wit-h in the Senatorial
A woRY wailtare is waging between
Wlitelaw iteiu, of the Tribune, and
SGenerals G rant. anad Sherman anientI tle
battle of Shiloh. Reid was a corre
. .oi(lellt it the time, and accused
the-s generals of mtislanageient, and
they retort that Reid was never within
a hundred miles of the battlefleld. lie
demands satisfaction for this alleged
slander, but it has not, been accorded
to him. The Philadelphia Times says
the battle of Shiloh was such a blun
der and butchery that it would have
Cost Grant and Sherman their heads in
any' other country than the United
States. - Thus is. History vindlienting
her'self. Soie of these days Southter
pro111en1 wAill 1,e fully aicknowl~edged.
I' C ar'e 5 .Ine wlhat gui'i'ised~t e
the Abbevilhle J1ress and Banner. in
dulge in sucirgloomy' forbodings about
' 'Ithe aut ure of the Deimocr'atic par'ty in
t he South -and in- Souith Carolina.
W lih the exception of a felw agitators,
'~~ the p)eople tof the State, in ouropinion,
are as true as ever', and we cannot
safely set it down that there will be
two candidates for State oflices and
that there will be two canididati~s for
each of the County offices," unless, in
deed, the Press and Banner meains
that there wiill be a straight par'ty fIght
between lRadicals and Democrats. We
have miuch more faith In not only the
patriotism, but the hard, piractical.
common sense of' the white people
than to believe that a division is imn
'K minent. Break the party lines and a
horde of dlebased voters are intr'odue
l'~ ed to hold the balance of power', and
to elect the one that will pander most
to their appetites. Whoeveri makes
the first break, for' the sake of' otlice,
will find himself nuderbid by sonie
still mor'e unscrupulous oficee-seeker
the next time; and tlieere wilt be a
repetition of' Itadical days, wheni the
- pai'ty sunk lower and lower, and I\-oze
after the otheri until not a semblance
of' deceney was left. Our people see(
t his, and we cannlot believe that any
11nan1 of1 prtominenlce wiill be found will.
I' ~ ing to "'Mahmonize"' the State. We
believe furIther'lmor'e thait Mahlonie,him
U' ~' Iself', will be repudIated so utter'ly hv
Virginia in Novemnbeir as to be a
warning and example to atlI restless
sliri's who would rule or ruin.
We cannot aree thut thle country' is
disgusted with 111l1 and Voorheces.
Over our' wayv they' have been atwardled
the prize charomo, aund t heir demn uncia
tion of Mahone nieets witht warmi ap
pr'obat ion. 1t0 is not that ~Mahione
(differs wi'th them, it. is that lie htung~
ov~er ats sooni as Garlild was inaugti
would have donie aught else than cling
to the skirts of the Dhneoracy had the
result been differeint. 1t is for this
that he has been lashed, and he (de
seirves every worh of abuse that can
be heaped uponi him. As wvell say
t'~ ';that Jtudas lscar'iot was subject to cr'iti
clim, yet he should be let alone.
There was a slight dhiff'erence of opin1
Ion b'etweeni George Washington and
Be*nednict Arn'iold, yet poor' Ilenedict
was 1i'rstned miore~ i'elentleessy thatn
Mahotine, iad lie didt no worse. Each
~ 'let had his pr'ice anti was bought. The
Democrats are tt acting the part of
the C.ont iinetals, w ho litercepted
Anr and1 11( prIevenited the cotunsuma-.
tion of treachery.
Wheni thme world becomes 80 tolerant
~~ ias to suf'et' such as Mahone to pursue
their paths unmolested thme millennittm
''I ~wihl not be far' ofl'-suelt a millenlujn
b ii as will not only suff'er the lIon and the
lanmb to lie down toget her, but will
even stake oil a niee lit tle reservatioi
Mu gotne sha1d-1Y conler for the devil
hilme' lfto rest.-in and cool eol' after bl
arduous and heated labors for the past
six thousand years.
We do not tmean to oritiuisoezntfavor.
ably the Press and Banner'. So -true
and staunci a journal would most
deeply deplore aiy such condition of
things as it, pictures. We believe It
has been misled. In the lainguage of
Conkling, taken from some one cse,
-'The siallows mutrmr, while ,ie deeps are
and tile masses, who sany nothing, will
see to it (hat. tho State suttifGsno Jdetr-i
ment. We do not yet anticipato the
2E SOUT HEltN DEIMOUt AVY.
A South Carolun .Journal Conidors .a D1.
(Frota th Abbovl;te l'rese tuni Banner.]
Oin tile whole we feel that the out
look for the Dem!iocraev is indeed blue.
Mahonie's action, and tie abuse which
is heaped upon himl, together With a
pi rit oft irest inl the ranks of' the
Demiocratic pirlty, indiente that, witi
out some utiooked For event to solidi
fy anld tuntify us inl 01ur oppositionl to
Republicll ru1le, there will be trouble
ill Democratic (Iirters. We may
saftel set it down that there will b'e
two candidiates Ior State otlices and
I hatt here iwil I be two enatidaites for
('eh ol the couttv otlices. AS matters
11ow staind we believe i livisioni ImOno
the while people is inmminent, and in-.
iess tie arrests which are to Ib mi1ade
for1 alleged violations of the clec'tion
law, or' sotne iwie net. oftle Repibii
Call leaders, shotil have ile eil'eet ot
unitinrg us, the divisi iinav be set.
down as on11 of (the probabilities, and
whent the divisiol does Come it will
have te effet of purifying the ballot
box an11d its at mituril resllt we will be
Co1e more tiolerat t o political adver
slries, and this m1ost disgraceful abuse
of'a citizeln w1o Iv not act ill a1cord
with ourt1 owin wishet, will be stopped.
' icountry, it seem., to 114, nutist be
tlior'oughly disgu sted with tle coinduct
of I [ill 1111d voorhltees, who lave no
doubt been instrumental in giving solid
strength to 3Ialone atid any who may
have sy i pat lized with hil'n. It c'ii
not be (0nied that N a h 1on1e's conduct
is subject to criticism, but as two or
three wrongs Call never snai1ke a riglt,
we submit iat it is tiile to let Mahole
alone1. The Count11ry inutst nlow be 1au
seai(ted, afAd by tle tine ealcl ol Ithe
Senators get thr1ouigh with thleir abuise
oftitim we will be Sick indveed. We
think tile &ente t hit Ile Uite id States
has beeii in exceeditigly small busine'ss
G E 0 t G I-|' Vj:;S r,.
Tito H1orrora of Hteonstruefia--No Baot
Thrown OuW to M1ahone-- lIttplMenia MIy
pocr'i9y--The' Rwai of 'arty Trenson
A Splemnlid 1riite to vir'ginia.
[( otgresotta1-.l Revordl.)
Sir. tlie Seiators ott the oth1er1 side
staid here an1d assail the Soulthvrn
States, ihey call them lie solid D m1o
crotic Soilh and the repudia i i. S ouith,
and aissutulni.; that we alre SO ignoran11t
that we ktiow not ithe Itill oi r1. daire not.
statle it, they <det'y its to poinit to at Re
publicali conuutity that has enigaged
lit repudiation. I point the Sean 11r to
tive 111Idred. 'IT'e r t s of t h1 Fed..l
erl'l courits tare full1 all over te NorthI
cOngu 41l~tts. I speaik 4of tl t1he iniire
tfrecelyv because m10 y ownt State has 630,
1)110,iI00 or tuore'I (It such botid's 4)111
stan~dinig. Ci' just as 1thiey are, u 011u1.
a1s the bonids thle thiieing car 01pet-bbag
gov'er'nmenits put1 upon01 the ple1h of
the South1: unjiust , iniiqui tous, u1nholy,
brantided w'ith fra'tud and cor'ruption all
over(l' 's is th is itory~ ofl this bonided in
deb)terhtiess in the State (It Mlissourii, it
and1( dlistrancI(h~iiseent wnen01 Ithe initell i
genice and( thle property o' f th4)1le St ate
stood( by the side of the ballot-box aund
Ti PAUPliCIsM, 'Titta IGNOIIANCE, THE
the v'ice, the intigity of the State tak
inlg possession of her' revenues and
stiuandeing them11 for thieir owna part y
uwligspectatr and1 saw my~ priopI
er'iy votedt Iaay by irre4sponlsible vag~a
bonds. 1 saw iisters of' the Gosp)el
drivein trot the puli and11)1( foirbiddent
to pr1eachi the ireligiont oft Chriist ; teachl
er's expelled fr'omi thle schools ; event
Chartity, who knowv11 no na toalit y or'
color1 01r elim or0 1 sex in the adini tr~a
tiona of' relief', wer'e forbidden 1to go4 to)
tihe bedside of' the dvintg. For tive
lng' year's this waIs doiie iii the tname
1 saw11 men1 Wvho had carr'tied their
iniuske'ts in the war of' 1812, who had
nlever' even1 symnpathlized with tiIhe
South in heri revolt agalinst the Uniioni,
w*ho came10Oi n teir t'otterin ig limbs1) to
the pollsto 1p111 in their btallofs ill re
gard( to 1110 destitty of' the land tor Ithe
agtu~lst- the lIndianis and the wild
beasts1, when0 with r'ifle it one4 hiandc plow1
int the other1 they had blazed the path1
way of 41 ciiizationt
I SAW rtoSE MEN 1nIvisN AwAYr
in the nalie of' RepubIi1lin. All
this was done11 under thle .llrake Cont
slit ution, the authorii otf whIichi hit ely
tigur'ed in thle papers' of (th is eit' y 1 as '
who propose to15'l driv at 1 cler'gyman41
a Cailholic watoan. In M issouri' th~e
(c01uniy cour ts inl ths days wereIl
b~outght and sold like shleell ill thle
shinnbles. We who own'ied thle prop.
erty in thle Stte were41 forced( to be
thbrough thle bo(rders 01' thle IMissoni,
deehired hi isel 'a1 Demiocrat he wvas
(disloyal to4 theU:tioin anid distrancihised1
at1 once. Whyi, sir', ini a county11 adjai
cenIt to the otto itt wIch I li ve<Itree
tha4 t'iutitiand hainItg thle plower to
1issue bonids, issued
$ l00,000 or1 I'ul11m-i'N r niONts
atl thle deadl( oft idnllight, antd thev~ were
thro4wn upo Wa)41 ~zll st reet and' there
sold1 1toI in(oent pu11rchaser'ts f'or a vahiit
able consideration! O ne) othle coun I
ty COurit juidges, a shiinitg and~ leading
attacked by thait drieadl dis'ease, typjhold
fever, ais his 1feet touch01ed thle col'd wa
ter's oft thle Jordant ot death I his ('on
science awaVIkened'(, ando It senit for thle
muintister1 of his chiurch. WithI his rela
lives aroumnd hh1n, weecping children,
and s'orriowmlg trientds, lie confeossed
that mi a cer'ttinii stable at a certain
hour lhe got $5i,000( frIom~ a cetIainl lead
lng 11ltiebli for Issuthig those
'bonids. Thanl t cessionl was1 miadle ait
11 o'cloc'k at iilght . At. 3 o'clock in
the moingitl. the crisis of the disease
camie andc to tile wonlderneO tha 1111)l
nity Ie recovered. He Inimmedlatoly
swore that hils confession wta the raw
ing of delirium i lie was rb-elected by
,0the Republican party and vindicateil
at the polls. Tile dis-atihised Do
ljuoCracy proceeded to pay lie bonds
nider the mandate of tie Foderal trib.
iald. MY friend from North Carolina
(Mr. Vance) suggested tliat be could
not be received with iddleborger.
lie would have been received by tle
Republican party of this Senate with
(avidity am gulped down without a
single word of protest or question. *
We arej..ld by the Senator from
Ohio.and 'other Senators that we have
grovelled at the feet of the Senator
from Virgin[ia. I (Icily it emipliatically
and distinctly. The Senator from
Virginia said'in lis opeining address
here at the collmencoment of th8 ses
sion that he had been invited to our
little ten party. If invited, it 'as un
ofilcially ; if invited, It. was not by the
Democrat ic caucus. I state here, with
out divulging any secrets of tle party,
that I for one, with certain other gen
tlemen that 1 600 Iaround ile, Iersis
tently opposcd any invitation to the
Senator from Virginia, and I denounc
ed it from the beginning; I denoiiced
it in caucus and out of caucus. I say
if that Senator was invited to a Demo
cratic caucus, it was (10110 by an in
dividual, and not by the official action
of the caucus to which I belong. No,
HI WAS NEVER INVITED TIIEICI
by the auth.1oritative action of the
iN1r. Presidentt, we have witinessed
remarkable sceies in this Chamber.
Eiglleen .nonthlis Vgo the Presileit of
tihe (Inited States declared in a speech
in tie Stite of Ohio that lie Wolld nev
er, Io help him (od, extend his hand
ill rieiids h i cross the bloody chasm
to an11y 111111 who hadli been engaged in
lie rebellion who did not openly cx
priess his repenitame for it ; 'never
would he gran-lospi in fiiendship the hand
of aiy mla- that. stnick at the life of
the nation untiii lie piblicly an11d opel
ly declaied his repentance of hat great
crime. The Senator from Ainssachui
sells has rung chianiges oi it here over
and over Iga in -the junior Senator. I
When did tle Senator from Virginia l'
repent? The other day we saw the
Seniator from Virgriniat staml in the '
midst of the Iepulican Senators, and
in emphatic accents declare that for his
part in that sttruggle lie 1had 110 repemnt- I
anice to express, 110 apology to Iiiake.
I have nto apology, he said, to make
anly maIn inl (hat strnggle, and then
after this heroic declaration lie fell1
back into the amorous embrace of the
junior Senator from MassacIIsetts, 1
and they billed and cooed together d
while the air was heavy with tie fra-t
grance of flowers sent' here from ihe
executive conservatory to grace the c
Two ycears ngo almost I said on this
floor that there was not a Confederate
brigadier, reeking as thmy called it
with loyal blood, spotled al slaiied
with treason, that tle llegnblican par
ty would not take in its embrace if lie
would onily agree to vote the Ra dical
ticket and give power to tle Radical
party. Sir-, tihe aters of the Jordan,
all tile Imiedicinal sprin8gs fr-omii tle days
of ilil)l)0c1'ates dOwl to this, have not
the healing virtue ot one single lRepub
lican ballot : it covers aill sill, hides all
iniiulity. The chief recommendation 1
the Seiator from Vi rgi nia1 gives your
candidate fori Sergeantit-tArms is that r
before he wias eighteen years old, anid
comtnaniiided a company~ in the Confed
crate army. Thalnt is his chief re~com
inenudat ion ; yet to-day till is forg'ot
ten ; you take him into full fellowshmip
and( comimunioni Wit hout anly exatnina- e
tion by' the church or session. Hie is
readIy for the new Jerusalem, the temn- 0
ple not munade with hands, '"eternal in ~
the hieavenis." . C
M r- President, where is the con)sis- (1
teniey of this party that controls the
Governmnt? Gentlemen, you have
te-day. by ani aiccidenit, control of the
organization of this Senate; you have
lanimted the flag of D~emocratic Vir
g inia in the midst of its heridetarv
foes. Sir, there is a legend armo' th'e
Nort hmnen of' the oldeni time of a 1)an
ish ling whose banner had wavedt ini
triurnph ovetr a hundred stricken fields, e
till at last lie fell1 in defense of it., with Ii
his tierce wariors around him. Hisi
hereditary foemien seized that battle- ni
flag and bore it off' in triumph, and~ at p
niight, with winie and( wassail, his fees I:
celebrated their unmexpected victory.
The wiinc tiowed red tand the song roseg
high around (lie flag that hung mourn-e
fully and sullenily in their midst. Sumd- r 1
dlenly a hush caine over that band of e
res elers. Ini thteir midsbt stood1 the form pi
ofthei dead king, and is spirit harnd
seized that flag and tor'e it awvay fi-om o
his hereditar'y f'oes forever.' Sir, if.p
the gallaiit living~of Virgnia (and1( she a
has thiousandsh as brave as any that 1
ever rode thbroughi shot and shell and1( p
saber stroke) do not in the comingt
IFall redeem this flag, dear' to mec as e'
my own honor, bectause in Virginmia
rest. the ashes of' my fhthers-if hemr iral- p
Ilit Iliv'ing redee~iminot this thag from
where it stanids to-day', polluted be e
the grasp of thoase who have alwav'as e
ttraduced and slatndered it, 1 would e'x-.
pert, under G;od. t hat the awfuh nmajes
Ity of'. dethirsoni himitsel f, ft iber of 'theie
D emocra tic party3, wou111 ldark~eni this
bannier from t hose who have talway.s
POlluted it, and1( give it to loving hands. e
[Applause in the galleriles.]
Efrect of' the Speech.
[COrrespondence PhiiIilatlhi Times.]
Wh len Mr. Ve(st had( ,oninlided, a
nttuer of Senators crowde(d ablouit to
congratuliate himn. Amon01g these was
Senator lout', of' Ma~ssnehustettis, who
dlechared loud etmonh to be heard hvy
all in the vicimmit y that it was the bies't
sphi(l oin thle D~emiocraitic sidIe miade
.A RCADICAL HOWrL.
A eni'onis incidenit of the late ele
lion was thle active amid ostenital ions opi
posit ion of a large noumbler of colored
voters to the Republican ticket. The
niiinber of' negiroes who peddledi tick
ets and how led for' liarr'ison and~ Jinm
A pphletonI, the doggery-keepaer in the
Second Wiard was aL subjlect of v'ery
genieral remiar'k. The fact was a re
t(tiin 111on1 thle chiaracteir and1 sin
(erity ofti e coloired brotheir in mi 011ics,
it enn only hin ti onal ly acounlted foir
on the thieor'y that, thme many negroes
whoe are emnploy'ed as serants iandt
wvaiters imn gambiilngii-hionses amid othier it
places of' ill-repute followed the dIire'e- I
tionis of t~heir employers and exercised'
every kind of inilltence they couhld
bring to bear uiponi tie voters oif their
color. The 'chief impor1tanice of thme
circumsiitanice now is the injdication
that in the f'uturei thle negoed illt have
their political free-lances and~ soldiers.
of-for'tunme, and1( that there mtav be still
ItSIlADI.i AND CHRlt'.-In order to place I
reliablo Liver Pill within the retten of all, th,
price of MaRY Aio Plis hts beent reduced tI
150. pnr tot Bolu by ail Druggists in thi
* WhOn you notleo cholera in your hogs atn
chickens, give them Shoenfelal's Stock Fee<
fruely, and they will recover. It is best, how
Over, to colomence the utso.of the Stock Fwe<
it little ahead of the cholera s-onito which wvil
prevent themn from taking tho disetase.
Q) lt'mAN, A., A pril 18, 1978.
ror I ho bene of aill-those who are intlci
estei in raising fowls I take pletsure in rcom
mCndintg Shornfeld 's bledicated Stock Feed.
had several (iictins witt cliolert, nld by th
uso of this wonderful- article, given accordin
to directoins all of them got well, and are noA
in a healthy condition. WM. TENNILLI,.
I fully concur in the above.
S. T. PitICE.
Sold by the druggists of this county.
Messrs. Lamat', Thankin & L.ainar, Dear Sirs
I anl been tmrOhbled Lor a long time before usini
pour Consumiptive prepnratlon, with soletlhilni
like Asthmat, ant a fter using only two bottle
if your lirowar's Lutig lestorer I breathed per
rectly free, and hiave felt no symptoma of thl
1isease since. I am conlide.nt your medicim
utred mae, and I cheerfully reccommend it to at
who tar sufferlag from Asthma.
JOHlN D). 11058.
MACON, OA., March 20, 1880.
Messrs. Lamar. Itlinkin & lanmar, Pear Sirs
I havo used your Brewer's Lung Restorer foi
erigo, iand have never been troubtel with 1
ice using UIo mediteine. I (ailtot say to
nuch for it, and cheerfully reccomiend it t(
t1I who need relto froin Vertigo. - -1
Yours truly, J. 11. At 1oP11.
MACON, GA., March 20, 1680.
Messrs. Lamar, Rlankin & Lamtiar, Dea, Sirs
suifferet two years witht CoaSuiuption, am11
1,nring ho thne was tntated by Drs. Iead
L'hoans, Chalton and others of this city, tia
also by it prominent physlciai of Maeon, (a.
vithout, linding any relief. My htsband bolighl
ne six hottles of your lirewer's Lung lestorer
sIh I begamn to take tat once, and fouid mia.
uediAte lef. I have. used the six bottlos ail
tave never felt at symptom of tle diseatso sInc,
lad miv general health is bettor thatn it hai,
eln in yeaars. I therefore recolmimiend it to atl
i'bo have Coisumption as a Pearl beyont1
rice. Very respectfau!!y
31iH. l. 000L13Y
Sold by the Drugglts of this county.
TIIOUSANDS USE 'IT, WIlY IMESITATE?
JoY TO TUN' WoRLD I WOMAN 19 F111 I
toiong ihe many discoveries looking to th(e
Itappliess mad aiellorat.Ion of I he human race
ono isentitled to highercoiAderationl thall
)r. J. Bradfleld's le'naaale iegulato, "Womtan'.
3est lriend.'" iy it wonnan a,4 entanilpated
rom numberless ils poulllar to hlr sax. Ie.
or(t its 1nagle power all Irreguilailtles of the
votob vanish. It cures "whil is." supplression
if the mllnses," ad remaoves itterine obstrue
Ilns. It Ctres conistipat iota anal strengthen.
ie system, braces the nerves anl plmriles tle
olood. It. never fails, its thousamands of women
Prepared by Dr. J.1. Bradtteld, Atilita, a.,
irice $1 50 lr bottle. Sold by all druggists.
THIOMA'vtI Ii:. On., -Junae 28, 1878.
I have beei setling lr:iadilled's Female ]legl
ator for years. and it still contlnues4 popllar
It evidenee of its being taIl (Ilimnet f'l. it. I enI
4!C0eleniltanices in whl1a It afforded rellef after
II the usual renatles ladia( fa led.
S. J. CXsSELS, Druggist.
MACoN. GA., Nov. 1, 1879.
DI'. C. J. Aloffett-Dear Sir-We have been
nidliIIgr 'eatiIla for several yen's. land i-tho
emand inreases as the allirtl beaotmes tnt ro
ated and 9is k'own. Ottir sales nverage from
wO to three g9 oss per mont h. We believe that
oti'r Teet litna (Teething l'owevr's) will eveitit
11y beote a tan(ia-Id ind lilispenisiblo nit I
le. for in no single inttani' hias it failed to fire
tiguNetion. No comtplaint has ever been made
a ts, henmee we conclude that it, dopes all .011
lalim for it. Merit fi hound to Reeneerl.
' IIUNT. IANEKIN & LAMIA It. Iltiagglsts.
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IACOs, (;n., AMarch .1, 180.
Fromi having been i latate a number of
earsw'vitlh tle proprietors Of 'SIlfi's Syphil
Ic speelli" I tave known 1itle1 of Its mau ll.
e4tiny andu. litThere atro Ilion In this cont
'h'o htave tnakon -he . 8. 5ated~llue, anal atre
ow, to nil aappearaaces i and ip thirt twnt ho
of, ats free n'omn tatint nr disease as the first
tan, fresh from the 11 na of his Maker. Iell
Icy, of COurse5, fodi .''theair ptublc r'ecum
tenattns oif thils in lletne, bit. I amn ailowei
a efer the se nir p utey t o thtoso whio ' ili
ndaorse everydttng -that can be isaad In Its
ivor. lHeing pardfesslonally mutch opposeui 10
tidor sing or recommrrending nost rius or se:'ret
emedaies, it Is wIthI hesitattIona thtt I attachl moy
tanme1 t his artliale h ut, I kowt whereof I .ge'ak
'h i I say that ouar setence huas ntot muad' pith..
c a com~bination e(lilal 10 "'Swift's 8.vpilt Ie
Ieelile" for the paaipose liles' ted. Theaa gretal.
at boon thle governmaaent could bestow on huna
reals of thaousar.la of Its ct izens woul be to
trchtase alibi receipt of Its ptrop~rli(ors. annd
take Iaitpubtle fotr at e nell of the presen'it
miallt Coing genaerat Ions.
TI. La. MASSENil~itf1, Pu. (4
'ItEP SWIF 'rsltPlFC COM PAN Y, l'ropri-l
ars. Alat~i, tot.
Sold byv ail Dratggist a,
Call for ai copy of ' Young Min's Frientd."
MAuI NG WATCHES,
DefectiEve Watchl ('.ases are one of th lochief
tuses of so mtaniy watches not being good
tmle plees. 'The cas'a beIng thin and ntot l1t
Ing well. tamit dut ia ndiart,1 ato t ove
teaut., which sooni interferes wyitha thle rtinning
arts of the watch atecssltating cleanting, rc
aIrIng, &c., an:i thc nmnounrt thusi paId out if
Ppllietl towardl buaying a geood case tn the be
innting, would have saved all thais tr'ouble iand
.1pense. We have recently seen a case titait
iets all these requliremen~tts, It havittg been
atrried for over twenty years andI still rmtains
errfect.. We refer to ihle JAS. tIOSS' Paitent
t iffened Gaold C'ase, whleh ha:ts becomei one
fthe statple artliles of the Jewelry traade,
ossessing as It does5 so many itadataiges over
I1 other watch eases, being mtlade of I iao
a'n'y plates of solid goldi over a hilte of iotln
osilion. Andl we aduise tall our renaders to ask
lieu' Jeweler for a cardl at' at al~ogue t hat wIll
Xpinln te imanner' it Whieh they tare imade,
11 is the only~ Stiffeqned Caso mttai with Iwo
hles of gold, seamleiss pendliant% a tad acenitre,
Alid joiti Crowni pIees, &c., all of which are
C' a ered by la'tters ha tent. Theretfore buty nto
a.'e refore 'onsut inmg a Jewelera who keeps Ithe
AS. ItOSS' Piaient Shtiflened Gold (:ase', tihat
Oil may5 Iearnt tie diffeirencae betwavein it andt
hI lmtaatilons that altaimt to be aegnaliy goodl.
Fom sole by till resplonsle Je-welris. Ask to
ca thle warrant. that aiccopanies each case,
nd diomn't lbe persunded that, aany other amake of
ase is as gooad. op lI,
3)H, YES! OH, YES!
JHIEH'F ONE MOUNTAIN CO1RN WillS.
. KEYlhas ctmead is still coining.
Iyou wvant good Whiskey tand gooad
ogars, call at
aoext dYoor to WV. RI. holy & Co. Hes keepa
ho best of overythming. 'The best Niathan
)ld ('sinett Wiiskecy. Thoi behst (Gibsont
Yh iske y. Tc best 'Tetn Ccits Segair,
L'ho bes't Five Contls Segar. Andl, tabovc
11I tinug, to best Dinneir for 40 cents,
tndt if y'on acomot into town btwee~'n 1I
ndt 1.o'cloek, andl iro hungry, call al
-lendining's for a drink, end heo will set
Ip a free lnch for y< qu. Clondinting
Loops ai noral anal a quietl house,
.SnhaC'ibg -to 'Phin NI W . A . 11....
jM. L KINARD'T
COLUMIBIA, S. C.
JUST received the largosj and moa
completo stock of SPRING CLOTHIN(
that has ever boon in thp State, and a
prices to suit the timcs.
SUITS OF MIDDLESEX FLANNEL
Warranted, at $12.50.
MEN'S ALL WOOL CHEVIOT SUITS
Warranted, at $10.50.
YOUThIS' SUITS F1ROM $3.0 to $15.00
BOYS' SUITS $1.50, $2 00, $2.50, ANI
AL(O a fine stock of Taylor's col brato<
Mackinaw Straw Hats and Manillas,
in shades of Silvcr, Tau, Chocolate
I HAVE added to my stock fine shoes fo
gotlemeni, to complote an outfit, guaran
teed not to rip or break; if they do, wil
give another pair,
NEW AND DESIRABLE SPRINC
CHEAP AND PRETTY SPRINC
DLACK and colored Cashicres, Al.
paeas, lohatirs, Moie loths, Grena.
dines, Buntiigs, I lernani Cloths.
LAWINS, Muslins, Linens, Suitings
Pique, Gingliams, Calicoes, Nainsooks
ASK to see "Renfreu" Gingliams
Cassimeres, Jeans, Cottonades and
iLEACIhED, Brown and Plai
TAiLE, Linen, Doylies, Towels
Sheet-in," Pillow Casing.
IF ANY BODY WANTS A GOOr
H1AT 1or a little money, let then
call on ie. .Nobby line of Straw Ilati
III ANY MAN OR BOY WANTS A
. SIT f godprett y, niObbly, charm
11P ANY MAN, WOMAN OR CLILD
WANTS a pair of' Shoes, r'heap, let
t hem call on mie and get them.
TIIOSE SH ETL AND SIIAWLS ARE
A BEAUTIIFUL Line of Laces.
H amtbu rg Edgings and Insertions, Coti
(.:lEN T' s~ilk and1( Linecn Hanidker
L A DI ES' Linen 11em-stitched IHand.
G EN TS'. Ladies', Misses' and Ci
GENTS' AND LADIE'S' SCARFS
COL LA RS and Cuffs, Ruftling, Etc.
BUT WiiATr IS TIlE USE TRYING
TO mention everyt thing in the Store'c
Just. come anid see meo, that is all, anci
1 will miake iL pay you.
MJY GRIOCERtY STORE,
AS usual, is well stocked with al]
the neccessai irs', and a few of' the luxu
ries, of life, Ilhat is, ini the eatiing line
, But if yousold need11( anC~ ly hiardwaire
crockery, ghisswiare or woodenware
SO DON'T F"OflGET TO CALL 03
WyE hae now in store the larges
stock ever purchased by US
and which will be disposed of at lov
Shoes, Grocories, Bridles.
Saddles, Harness, Red Leather,
Harness Leathor &c.
We are not given to "BLOWING,'
but can truthfully say we are offer
ing solid bargains, and will be glad
to sao you.
ENLARGE AND DEVELOP THE FORM,
k~.e.Avtie i'e Decib caa an d d s.~m
to -el. o. A lt 1. No humbugg1(igb
OUR newspapers are constantly hol
vertiseenetts calculated to mislead the
unheard-of fabrics are set forth inglo
t inducements to spend your money aw
of us all should prove a wholesome wa:
peals. Spend your money at home, and
men whom you know and to whom yot
not satisfied with purchases. The OL
SUGENHEIMER is still alive at tho
and stands ever ready to duplicate all
WE call special attention to our C
PARTMENT. A fine line of M'et
in all styles and colors, will be added j
Laundried and Unlaundried, and Che
i best bleached muslin in the maiket foi
worth $1 00. Call and be convinced t
Enterpriso, and that ours is still the C
ap 14 33, =3TJ c
The Earliest Flo'
HAVE RECEIVED Beautiful Cambrics at
Beautiful Calicoes at 6.f cents. Large Linen
at 10 cents. Gents' Silk Han dkerchiefs (ben
kerchiefs at 10 cents. Ladies' Linen Handh
BEAUTIFUL LINE OF SHC
ADDITIONS to our large and select stoel
TO T'Hl/ L A.DIES 0.t PAR L
I hAVE just opened and have now rea
largest anl best selected stocks of MIL
NOTIONS ever brought to this place.
MlS. BOAG, with the assistance of lie
Blaltimore, iiiten(1s ilmrino' lit) nahis in tli
Kep tUcj1iu uuruag'lt season.n
A FULL LINE OF DRESS GOODS,
best and cheapest line of~ CORSETS. A]
D A VIS V E l
- TH best in th aktfor plain or 1
it-both as a machine and the range of w
with any of the first-class machine on the
chines in use in Fairfild County.
.A.LSC I T
A fine lot of Planting Potatoes. Oni
Crackers, Cakes, Candies, Baconi, 1Flour,
Tobacco, Cigars, Docdsteads, Mattt resses.
To arrive, 15,000 feet of' Good1 Assortet
Dry Goods, of all kinds, Millinery, etc
lot of Spring Goods.
j Y TOC of F'urnitunre, which will1
Setaccordlintg to quailit y, and for d
Remembiier that. all mny gods arc war'rant
Furnitur'e else where,'then comec to the Ilh
brpst selection and can buv checa >er. fDeal
way. Blythe wood, WVhite' Oak, VWoodwar
and York. This is a recommuendation of
A newv suply~ of' Winudowv Shades, Wl
Frames, Chromos, lHat Racks, and Book
The largest. suppl ' of Tini Chamber Sets
bor Suits. Cal) and see them. A newv 81
any. Doni't Buy' a Machine merely becan
it and likes it. ereinmber that most of I
puffed have but little merit. The one yo
time and vexation is nioiseless, runs
it. Remembe1))r the U0o(d Medl was awar
over cight y competitors. I can refer you
alwvays giveni entire sat isfaction. Rtemell
Sash Factoryv. 'All ordlers enitruted to mn
the lowest prices. F'urniture neatly repal
>repaired to make to order. Liumiber anii
)ng Mauchino Needles anld attachmnents altic
me,. ,Don't fail to call before purchasing
SEEDS THAT' SURPRISE!
THE FARM3]1RS' "BONANZA."
frm anyihiti aver growvn hor~ dil'd:um aw o
oofJ ane mat hf~ enai e0ta.a faper. Soy
fder pant, also e h6 net. A kpapvr. (usno
Qern Wratermelon l ntIportd. I ret variet
tkepoship, a cta p.of y0
Muskmlon, lar est, known 2 to s fee Tn -fns
oq al In ever wiay ir ea ay ppr, bni n.
an Corn (fo oth e Nie, vI els it~enE
oi th Heth whore other corn dfls 1Jo neule
Tentone ptalit todsot0 1
A ddress C. R.0 LBE RifT A CO. Atlanta, Ea.
fefo ere Hion. W. L. Calhoun .Mayor of
ding out attractive and fasby ad..
public: a long array of prices and
wing colors, an attractive array, at
xy from home. The past 'experience
rning against all such flimsy ap.
help to build upyour own business
can go for redress in case you are
D CHEAP CASH STORE OF B.
)LD STAND in Gerig's Building -
bills bought away from HOME.
OTHING AND MAT DE
's, Youths' and Boys' Straw Goods,
in a few days. Our line of shirts in
iots is full at prices to suit all. Tho
10 cents. Corsets at 50 cents,
hat we are the friends of Homts
heap Store of WINNSBOR).
Wers of sprillg
8, cents. Beautiful Lawns at 61 cents.
Towels at 25 cents. Large Linen Towels
uties) at I:0 cents Ladies' Lawn Hand
orchiefs (Marvels) at 26-cents.
)ES IN ALL QUALITIES
nide every week. Samples sent on
RTES & EDMUNDS,
COLUMiIA, 8. 0.
LD 6OUNTY ;
lv for your Inspection one of the
1lNERtl, FAN'Y GOODS AND
r new milliner, MISS BLACK, cf
Bunttons and trimmings to match. The
so a lot of Linen Ulsters and Under
'IC AL FEED
ieavy and fine family sowing. ONE
D) to any 0one who can compete w'th
ork it turns out. Warranted to wear
market. Two hiundrcd of those Ma
oni Sets, Sceds, Corn, Oats, Cheese,
Alcal, Hams, Smoking anid Chewing
['pble, Safes, Chairs, etc.
,low downm to make room for a new
J. 0. BOAG.
>c the largest, handsomest and cheap.
esi gni and1 workmianship unequjialed,
ed1 to be0 as represenited. Prico your
-st-c'lass store where you wvill have the
in mind that I ship) goods to Ridge.
dl's, Bilackstock, and as far as Chester
the quality and p~rice of my goods.
1 Pocket, Brackets, Mirrors, Picture
shelves, tache than the cheapest,
I, mdtomthCottage and Chamn.
Ilpply of Sewving Machines as good as
so your mnother' or your neighbor has
ho machines that are most largely
u wvant is the one that will save you
light and will laist a long time. I have
cled to one of the Machines 1 represent
to many that arc usin g It, and it has
aiber thail am agent for a Door and
a will have promipt attention and at
rod at moderate priices. I am also
Shinigles for sale at small profits. Seaw
1 parts of Machines can he had through
nlswhere. RL. WV. PHJILLIP8.
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