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TilE' NEWS AND "iRALD.
WINNSDOR1O 8 0.
DAT UnCDA, septnber 24, 1 6.
We MRA NA DA VIN, HIlTm.
ON9 A. A'YN0hD. ASOrva ESmO,
Two huide'ed thousand words were
sent from the improvised telegraph
office at Long Branch on the day that
WHEN the President was shot he
weiihed over two hindred pounds.
Aftor his death his thigh could be
clasped by anl ordinary man's hand.
THrEic can be no special object!on
urgcd against Presidont Arthur for
takiig General Grait along with him
to Wiashington; but to an outsider it
-would appear that Grant is taking a
hand ine the adminiletration at a very
AT A campaign meeting at Danville,
Virginia, a few days ago, Cameron,
tile Readjuster candidate, alluded to
Hampton's utterance in his Staunton
speech as "a recorded lie." Col. Wel.
E. Sims, a rolativeof the Senator, jump
ad on the stand and dared Cameron to
repeat the remark. A row was imminent,
but It was quelled by the law officers,
all(n mntual explanations were made.
Cameron,, in his speech, said 1he would
as 5oon have a carpet-bagger from Ver
mont as fron South Carolina. The
campaign is evidently red hot. (en.
Wise, a Democrat, fought a bloodless
duel on Monday with Lewis, the
United States Distict Attorney, and a
few weeks blefre another duel was
f m(git at the sane place bet.ween a R,
adjuster naned Campbell, and a Demo
crat named Scott. Cameron will get a
p-e'ty solid bla -k vote; but it Is claim
ed that few whites will support hlin.
DI1sTUCT ArroHNEY BLISS, of NOW
Yor-k, told Mr. Parker, of Mauch
Ch1n1k, Pennsylvania, that President
Artlur had told himin that he had filul
repaid Conkling all tliat he owed him,
and that he did not intend to let Conk
hag come about him. If this be titne,
thent President. Arthur is not a whit
1etter thanl the uImlltigated rascals In
the New York Legislature, who fawn
ed on Cnkliing like Whipped spaniels
uiil iR itar declined, aild then spat
upon hhn. All that Arthur is he owes
to Conkling, and wile no one wishes
to see Conkling have the least voice Ii
tile government. still It would be con
temptible in Arthur to speak in thUt
contemptutious way of his former bene
factor. Coukling Is a malignant,
hanghty devil, but he is a much higher
and purer man t1H Grant.; and to
spurn him uad cling to Grant would
be a manifestation of toadyism, pure
and simple. We believe better things
of President Arthur. District Attorney
B!lss is evidently' a wvorse faud thanii
his namnesauke, the Doctor.
Honors to the Dead.
Imimedliately upon receipt of tihe in
telligence of tile deathe of the President
at Elberonl,. Governor ilagood Issued
the follbwing proclamation:
STATrE oF SouTH CAnIOLIA,)
CommmIa, Seiptemnber_20, 1881.)
James A. Gartield, -th~e~President of
the United States, isa(lead. Thela peole
of SouthI Cairolinai recognIze thle fearful
entamtity which las befllen: them, in
commlIoni w,ithI thel people of' thme whiole
Union, ini thie deaIth, at the hand1( of' an
assassinl, of their Chief Executive
Now, therefore, 1, Johnson Hlagood,
Governor of South Carolina, do r*e
co,mmlend to alh tIle good people of the
State that upon01 the dlay on wich the
funeral ceremonies of tile President
shall bo observed thev do lay aside all
secular businiess anid, assembling iln
theCir resp)ective houses of worship,
reu erenitly bow to the affietive decree
of God and inplore Is mercy up~on
our stricken country.
In testimony wvher.eof I hereunto sel
my hand and1( cause the seal of the State
to be affixed, at Columbia, this 20U1
day of September, A. D). 1881, an:d I:1
the one hundred and sixth year of thew
Indepoledece of the United States o:
eJO INsON JIAGOOD, Governor.
By the Gorernor: IR. M. Sins, Sec.
retary of State.
Secretary' Blahme has announced that
tihe remins of tile President were to lie
in1 state ini Washbigton until Fridas
evenling, and thlence be taken to Cleve
land, Ohio, where they would bc
initerred in Lake View Cemetery or
Monday at two o'clock. It is to bc
lpresumedl that Monday will be selected
as8 theO day ter tihe (observance of th<
(overnor's Proolamation:. It isaineed,
10ss for' us to say that the People of thlh
sectioni of thme country have been pro
foundiy moved by the evenit that hai
caulsed stich sorrow in two hlemis,
pheres, and that the citizens of Winns.
horo0 will heartily unite in paying thu
last tribute to the doad.
The exp,ressions of symipath:y hav<
heen unplrecedehnted. From all thi
Natlijons of Enrope have come messages
of' condolence, wivle the 011h1rch aln
mnlllaui pal blls5 ln all sections of F"ranc
andc Greait lritalin Were tolled for th4
dlead. Thlroughout the United States
theo grief has beeni prof'ound, and I:
many places meCetinIgs have alread'
been held-1 In our own~ State Charles
tonl, Columanbla, Camden, Orangebu r
Cher'aw, Chester and Beaufb,rt, hav<
expressed thle sympathy and sorrow
TPhei rest of' the State Will assemble 01
M~onlday for thie samne purhpose. W
suiggest that some understa~ndhimg shouh
h)e had to-day of the way in whIel
Monday. wvillbe observed. The Towi
Connellj woutld be the pmwper body' fa
take th'e matter inl hand anud determnine
unon a pm-pam.0tnmefo..e
iwnts for the Funeral- Flnding the Dead.,
LOotK PHANCn, September 20.
Judge Advocate-Genera Swam wiho'
hats bon with President Gartlid eol
timuusly sice lie ws Phot, aid who
was the Oily 01ne with the President
when lie commenced sinking last night,
made the rfolwing statemieit it a e
resestativ8 of the Associated Pres,: it
was my night to watch the President. I
I had been with him a good deal of the
time fron three o'clock In the after
noon. A few minutes before tenl:
1o'clock I left Colonel Hockwell, with
whom I haud been talking for some
minutes in the large hall, and proceed
oid up stairs to the President's room.
On vitering, I foutid Mrs. Garfield by
his bedside. There were iso other per.
sonis iu (lie room. I said to her:
"How Is everything going?" She re
plied: "lie is'sleeping nicely." I then
oatd, "I think you had better go to bed
and rest." I asked her wiet had been
prescribed for hin to take dturing the
night. She replied she did not kno% ;
that she had given him a milk punch
at eight o'clock. I then said: "If you
will wait a mnomenit I will go to the
Doctor's roon and see what is to be
given during the night." She then
said: "There Is beef tea down stairs.
Daniel kiowb where to get it." I then
went to the I)octor's room. I found
Dr. Bliss there and asked him what
was to be given duriur the night. He
answered: "I think I had better fix up
a list, and will bring it Into you pre.
sently." I tho wenit back into the
surgeon's room and had some little con
versation with Mrs. Garfield. She felt
for the President's hand and laid her
hand on his forehead and said: "le
seents to be in a good condition," and
ased out of the room. I immalediate
felt his hands, feet and knees. I
thought that his knees seemed a little
cool, and got i flaniel cloth, heated it
at the fire, and laid it over hIls limbs.
1, also, heated another cloth and laid it
over his right baud, and then sat down
In a chair beside his bed. I was hard
lv seated when )r. Boynton came in
and felt the Premident's pulse. I asked
him how it scemed to him. Ie re
plied: "It is nt as strong as it was
this afternoon, but very good." I
said: "ie seems to be dohing well."
"Yes," lie apswered. and passed out.
He was not in the room more than two
minutes. Shortly alt:r this the Presi
dent awoke. As he turined his head,
on awakening, I arose and took hold
of his band. I was on the left hand
side of the bed, ats lie lay. I remark
ed: "You have had a nice. comfortable
sleep." lie then said "Oh I Swaim,
this terrible pain,'" placing his right
hand oil IS hI)reast about 4)VCr the i.e
gionl of hnis heart. I asked him if I
could do anything for him. lic said:
"Somie water." I went to tl( other '
aide of the 10om and polured about. all
ounce and a half of Poland water into
a glass and gave him to drink. lie
took the glass in his hand, I raising his
head, as usual, aid (Iraik the water
very naturally. I thel huiladed the
glass to the colored nai, Dauiel, who
caie inl during the Lime I was getting
the water. Afterwards I took a nap
kin ard wiped his forelhad, as lie usit
ally perspired on wnkinig. He then
said: "Oh I Swaim, this terrible pain;
press your hand on It." I laid my
hand on his chest. lie then thireiv
both hands utp to his side, and about on
a tine with his head, and exclaimed:
''Oh!I Swaim, can von slop this?" and
agauin: "Oh I Swai'm." I then saw him'
lookinag at me with a staring expres
sin. I asked haim if lie was Suffering
much paini. Receiving ino answer I r'e
p eated the question, with like result.
Ithenm concildedl that lhe was either dv
ing or was having a severe spasml aand
cal led to D)aniel, who was at the door,'
to tell Dr. Bliss and Mi's. Garfield to
come in Innediately, and( glanced1 at
the small clock haingintg on the chaande
lier, natrly over the foot of his bed,
aand saw that it was ten uninutes past
tean o'clock. Dr. Bliss came in within
two or three miinutes. I told Danaiel
to bring the light, a little candle which
habitually sat behlid the screent nar
the door01. W~hena the lighat shone fbaIl in
his face, I sawv that lhe was dlying.
Whent Dr. Ulies caime in. a moament
after, I said: "Doctor, have you any'
stimulants? lie seaems to be' drin .h'
H le took hold ouf his wrist, as if feelng
hais pulse, and said: ''Yes; lie is dy
inhg." I then said to Dautiel : "Run
and arouse the house." At that mo
ment Col. Ihock well came iu, when Dr.
Bliss said: "I.et ns rubth his limbs,"
which wve did. In a very few mo
menits Ma's. Garfield came in and said:
"What does this maean?i" ad in a mo
menat after exclaimed: "Oh!I why am
I matde to suffer this cruel wrong?"
At 10.36, p. m., the sacr'ifice was com
plete. HIe breathied his last calmly and
peacefully. At thte finial moment the
following persons were prlesenat: Mr's.
Garfld ad Mohle, Drts. JBliss, Ag
new ad IHoyntoin, Gena. Swaima, Col.
and( Mi's. Rockwvell, J. Stanaley Browna,
C. 0. Rtock well and Daniel Sprigs.
ANOTHER DlEsCuIiPTioN OF THE DEATH
NEW YOnK, September 21.-The
Eeening .Post's Elberona s pecial says
Dir. Bliss, speaking of the Praesident's
last momnents, said: "le wvas 110t COin
scions afier I arruived. The attendants
did not. fully realize his conditiona. Ho
had spoken to Gen. Swaim onaly a mo
m ent before, and the latter could naot
believe the end was comning. As soon
as I enter'ed the room I saw that it
would soona be over, and I exclaimied:
'My Go. Swam, hei ding, send for
Mi's. Garfld.' lie was nlever' coin
scious after that,. and did naot speak.
When I got to the sick rooam I found
the P'residenat power'less. lis her
was slightly flnuttering. The applar'ent
cause of death was neuralgia of the
heart, of' which lae lad had symphtomns
befor'e in the hisbor'y of the 'ense. Ii
was ntot, probably, embolism, lie suf
fei'ed acute pain for a mnoment; after
that his death was p)alnless. lie was
awvakenied by the attack. Thme autopsy,
will prlob)ably biegin about 4 o'c(lck
this af'ternooni, and wvill Occupy firom
an hiour and a halfto two hours. Penad
lug that we cannot, of comirse, say wvith
ertainty what wvas time innedhiate
cause of his death."
EXTIREME EMACIATION 01F THlE PREst
The extreme emaciationi of the Presi.
deont was a surpise to ifhe undertaker
amid embalmer. It is possible to clasp
the leg above the knee withu onme hami.
'her'e ar'e somae douhts whether, If' the
Pr'esidlent lies in stale at Washmingtona
it will be deemed wise to show the ro
OFFICIAL. ARRANOEME.NTs FOR TIHE FIU
The following arraingements for the
Amheaa ser'vices have beena ordered by
the (Cabliet: The monahia of the lat'e
| IPresident of time YUited States wvill be
train on We da $ptemibot 21st,
leaving Elberoni at 10 o'clock, a. 0n,
and reachink Washingtoil at 4 o'clock
.. Im. Detachments of the United
States army and 11om the teiarines of
the navy, will be in attetdaudo, on the
arrival at Washinton, to perforn 'e8
c=rt duty, The remains will lie its
state, in the rotunda of the Capitol, on
Thursday and Friday, and will be
guarded'by depitations f-om the Ex
contive Departmenits, and by officers
of the Senate and House of Repreosen
tatives. The religious ceremonies will
be observed in the rotunda at 8 o'loeck
on Friday afternoon. At 6 o'opek, p.
I., the remains will be transftrred to
the fnneral car, and be removed to
Cleveland, Ohio, via the Pennsvlvana.
Italiroad, arriviing there on'Saturday,
at 2 o'clock, p. In. In Cleveland the
remains will lie lin state until Monday,
at 2 o'clock, p. im., and bo then luter
red in Lake View Cemetery. No core
moni,s are expected in cities and town s
along the route of the funeral train, be
yond the tolling of bells. Detailed ar
rangements, for the sepulture are com
mitted to the mnunicipal authorities of
Cleveland, under the direction of the
Executive of the State of Ohio.
(Signed] &AME. G. BLAINE.
"MY SON DEAD I"
C1EVELAND September 20.-Affer
a1d speeial From Solon oays: "The
news was broken to Grandma Gartield
about 9 o'clock this morning. At first
she was very much shockedt, but soon
came to and talked calmly and said,
'it was probably all for the best if the
people wero ready to receive it.' She
then said, 'It is not posait,le that mv
son James is dead. Y do not wish to
live any longer. I will soon be with
WHEN TIE MURDERER WILL IRE TRIED.
LoNo DICANCH, September 20, 8.80
p. i.-District. Attorney Lauring sai
to an Associated Press reporter:
"There is no doubt but that tho State
of New Jersey has the legal right to
try Guitteau for the murderof PrileInt
GarfLIeld, but he is no United States
prisoner. If the United States authori
ties demand the right to try Guitteau
and Insist on holdiig hiin at Washing
ton to await 1Il trial, the New Jervey
State authorities will not ask to havl
him sent here. We have iot come to
any conielusionl on the matter. United
States Attorney Keasley is now with
the Cabinet, at Get. MacVengh's cot
tage, and the coronter and I will see
him before we can tell what we will
THE PEsIDENT NOTIFIES THE CABINET.
The following telegram was received
by the Cabluet this morning:
NKw Yomu, September 20.-I have
your miessage announcing the death of
President Garfield. Permit ine to re
new, through you, the expression of
sorrow and sympathy which I have al
ready telegraphed to Attorney-General
MacVengh. i accordance with your
suggeston, I have taken the oath of
office as President, before Ion. John
It. Brady, Justice of tihe Supreme
Court of the State of New York. I
will soon further advise vou in regard
to the other suggestions In your tele
[Signed] C. A. ARTutt.
HEADQUARTERS OF THiE ARMY
W ASrHIN-roN, September 20th.
The following order has been receiv
ed from the War Department: "'iye
Secretary of War announces to tti'
army that upon the death of James A.
Garild, P residenit of the United
StatoQ, Chooter~ A.. A -thner, Vir.-ProeL
dont, on the 20th day of September,
1881, at his residence, in the cit y of
New York, took the oath of offi'ce as
President of thme United States, 'T
which oflice he acceded by virtue of
the Constitution. Presidlent Arthur
has entered upon the discharge of his
[Signed) ROUT. T. LINCOLN,
Secretary of War.
By command of Geni. Sherman.
RI. C. URiuu,
WHuERE TIHE BALL WAS FOUND.
The autop)sy showved that time ball,
after fracturing the right eleventh rib,
had passed thurough time spinal columni,
ini fronit of the spumal canal, fracturing
the body of thme first hum bar vertebrae,
driving a numiber of small fVagments of
bone into the adjacent soft parts and
lodging b)elowv the pancreas, abont two
inenes and a half to the left of the spine
and behinmd the peritoneumn, whmere it
becoimo completelv encystecd. Thie im
mediate cause of death was secondarv
hemorrhage from one of the mesenteri'c
arteries adjoinin.g the track of the ball
the blood rupturmn the peritoneum and
nearly a pluit escaping lmto the abdomi
nal cavity. This hemorrhage is he
lieved to have been the cause of the
severe p)ainm in the lower p)art of the
chest, complained of Just before death.
An abscess cavity, six iniches by four
imi dimiemnsionus, was found in the vicinil
tv of the gall bladder, between the
liver and the transverse colon, wvhichu
were strongly adherenit, It did not
inmvohve the substance of the liver, and
no comnnmnieation was found between
It and the woumnd; also the suppurating~
chanmnel extended from thme external
wound, between the loll) muscles and
the right kidney, almost to the right
groin. This chanunel, wvhichm is now
knowvn to lbe due to the burrowinig of
pus from the wvound, was supposed
during life to have been the track of
the ball. Oni examination of time or
gans1) of the chest., evidences of sev'em
bronchiltis were found ini both1 sides,
with bronchmial pneuimmnia of time low
er portions of the right lung-- thouth
to a much less extemit on time leoft. Time
lungs contain no abeesses and I le heart
no0 clots. Thme liver was emiharged amid
latty, but free fronm aih)cesses. Nor
were there ammy foutnd in anmy other or
gant except the leth, kidney, which con
tainied near its surfauce, a small abscess,
about onie-thiird otf an inch in dlianmeter.
lIn reviewing time hIstory of the case, in
connection wIth the autopsy, it is quito
evidenit that tIme difi'erent suppuiratinmg
surfaces, and1( espechmelly time fracturmed
Rpomngy Iissue ot vertebrae, turnmishmed a
suffim'Ient explanmationi of the septic coni
dition wvhich existed.
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GINGER ALE IN BOTTiLES.
BARREL BEST CIDER PUT ON
DRAUGH T TO--DAY.
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b. IV P'llLIIl'8, Age'nt, \Vm
I AM NOW RECEIVING daily-v
Dry Goods, consisting -in part of. D,
great variety, Corsets, Hosiery, Glo
of all kinds, which will be sold as lo
AND FANCY GOODS in all the i
our Millinerfrom Baltimore. has s
care, and no painf; will be spared to
the above DEPARTMENTS. Miss
IF YOU WANT A SEWING MA
and the best Family Machine on the
them being in use in this County, ar
any other ,without basting. you can:
JUST IN A ISUPPLY OF GROC
Lard, Cheese, Crackers, Cakes, C
Kerosene Oily Bagging, Iron Ties ar
be found at J. 0. BOAG'S, on the C
where. Don't forget to call, as thos
AN ASSORTMENT OF BEDE
HAS JUST RECEIVED A FREJIT I
. GREEN PEAS,
FINE FRESH CID
NUTMIEGS, ESSENCE AND EXTIR
FINE TABLE SALT, I
GENERALLY SOLD I
-P jm .A.1 m (a-T
'The "QUEEN BESm" Corset and Skirt
ever introduced. It is a perfect littin f4C(
straps, easily arljusted to) any deRired eI D
PATENT CLOT I STEEL P'ROTEC TOlt,
rusting, but also rende'rs it impossible to
ticular. FOIR SA LE ONLY by
AND FEED STABLES
WIHOO 8. C., Sept, 1, 1881,
TH OSE I ND)EWTED TO TIlE UN
D)ElS8GINED, RNOWVING TI IIlli
NOTE8SFALL D)UEONT ilE~ liis'1
OF OCTOBEIII, WILL PREFPARI
Tro MEETi THEM, AS FULL 'PAY.
MENT WILL BE REQUIREDg. UN.
ARE MADE,S THOSE IHAVING
FRO)M LASTI YEAR W1ILL MEET1
TTHEM PIIOMPTfLY, AS I ILL
FOIICE COLLEA~CTIONS ON IiEFM,
A. WI LLItFORDI.
3y Fall. Stock of Staple and- Fancy
5meaticr, Calicoes, I)ress Goods in
ves, Notions, li'rng08, Laces, tutton.
w as the lowest.
/veltics of the season. Miss BLA"a,
lected the above goods %%ith great
please our friends and customors in
BLACK will be with us the coming
CHINE, one that bs stood, the test,
market, three hundred and ~fifty of
d will do a greater range of work than
ind it at J. O.:'BOAG'.
IERIES, Flour, Meal, Grist, Bacon,
landies, Mackerel, Tobacco, Oigarv,
id any and ei ery thing you want is t(
orner, as cheap as can be bought any..
B are facts and wortby of your atten,
TEADS, CHAIRS, LUMBER, ETC.,
JNE OF CANNED GOODS, CONSIST
ER AND VINEGAR.
ACTS OF LEMON AND VANILLA,
'ERY FINE MOLASSES,
SOAP, AND ALL
N A G ROCERY STOItE.
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whc no onl prvet th stelfon
y pplingyperronallyont theoreare
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hic) noy )/ prean t itell befro
reake th la. beatifl iuery copy
ATR oEUTfu h OOKEING'th MACHINE
contaiping hanomo ad cohel J2E'nr'
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oebookwich canifIl ill uobtained oy
oy appiNo.r aoo et.bebnchadsuod.
TOY ofINGENACTURIN O
Pn rincial Ofie, 34s.' Uninl quro,.
Arat now1( preparegod to gr~ive thehiges.
No are alior narfor t . hand
ll paties wil fh inger Mtaitheir advant
Pr t incial 011c,.. Uno Sune