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TH E NEWS AND HERALD. fo
WINNS1ORO, B. C.
THURSDAY MORNING, Juno 10, 18st. tra
rr. MJVAR Da .I)8, EDITon. t
JNO. . R&ENOLD8. AssOOtAU: ErTon.
PEOPLE are complaining about the ]
Railroads all over the State. The fin,
Railroad Commissioner ought soon to I
have his hands full. ed
HuE ZULUS are not raising as much h"a
of a stir now as they did a while back. Mi
The Soith American Republics are Ou
also taking an' awfully long time to 1)0
eat each other up.
CONGRESS has unanimously appro- Orl
priated three thousand dollars for a tlt
monument to mark the birth-place of hel
Washington. They manifest more gi
zeal in honoring his memory than in Ra
following his example. the
EVERY Greenback Congressman in ci
Washington was sent there by coali- bit
tion with one party or the other, most
of them by combining with Demo- ad
crats. These men evidently don't want Stt
to go back to Washington, when they to
plant themselves against coalition. We n
are aftald John Sherman has bought t
some of them up. ai
BEN HILI.I said the other day that gt
Blaine know no more about what ie hi
was speaking about than a jaybird did ba
of music, and that the truth was the sw
last thing the Maine Senator ever gli
wanted to hear. 'rhe presiding officer Gr
remarked that 11111 was getting per- Dc
sonal, whereupon the fiery Georgian pa
said he was simply stating facts, noth- am
Ing more. ani
THE IMPRESSION prevails that Ewing (is
will gain over most of the Greenback
ers to his support., as General Sam
Cary and other leading tembers of to
the third party have called another I)
convention for Juno 24th to support O
him. The New York Sun says the h
same thitng, and remarks further that da'
the other convention was led to de- r
clare against coalition by emissaries at
sent from Washington by John Sher- Ra
THE NEw YORK Times, in opposing
the proposed judicial bill, says: "It A
will be remembered that under the '
present system a jury equally divided 1
in politics can be obtained for purely
political cases, where that may be t
deemed necessery, though it must al
ways be ol:en to objections." So it. tli
could be, but the trouble is that It to
isn't. The result of tl e jIew 1 ill will .M
be that the jury must be equally divid- ou
ed, whether the Radical attorney deems la
it "necessary" or not. This is where wt
the shoe pinches. ha
VEnY 1)AMAGING charges have been int
brought against Senator Ingnalls, of trn
Itunene, inx aelution to i. conxtoet, for het
t.-ix.nnn Kno~no l.co boon. btloone.l
with as graceless a set of rascals ats aie
ever sat In the Senate ; but Ingnalls, it tat
is said1, surpasses them all. Last in- hih
ter lie was re-elected by a majority of ints
only one vote over a combinat.ion can
didate. The Sentate committee has Jn
postponed the hearitg of his case until cot
ntext session. Ini the meantime, it Is wvl
said, certain damaging telegratms attd bi
other evidence will have been destroy- JEi
edl. Senators Hill1 and Vance voted p
with thme fladicals for postponement, cit
and thteir action is receivintg much un- o
favorable crIticIsm. No reason Is as- W(
slgnmed for fteir vote,.d
The Sheriff's Offiee,It
Wee presume that the commuttication ani
of Capt. RI. C. Clowney, tl.a chairman t
of our delegation, will allay tile ap- th(
prehensions of those who were so hil
much startled by thte reported appoint
nmnt to the shmerlft's office. As we
said before, we see no cause for un-in
due excitement. The Representatives
were merely In commsultation, atnd had
not, and we prestume from Captain Cit
Clowney's comlmutlication have not. tw
come to any decision. Th'iey have nton
desire to defeat any good end, or to e
mnuzzte the people, and they certainly fom
do not seek any responsibility. They vel
are endeav'oring to discover what wvill lim
best help the paarty, not wvhat will ad1- of
vitce the claims of any one mn.t.
-When they have done thtat, we pre
sumne they will act, but they will do Cui
nothing prematurely, so there is no thc
need for alarm. It seems thiat thme best wV
course now would be to consult the i
recognmzed offieials of tIme party. If we
the matter is broitght ofifelally to the oir
Countty Chtairtman we feel sure he will aba
submit it to the Executive Committee, Q
and 4Iey canm either determine them- go:
selves, or leave it with tIme clubs to wi
say what shall be done. The governor die
knows nobody but the delegatioin; but "I
If they recommend the person chosen
by the primary, we have no doubt lie ai
will appoint htim. ite1
Radicl Hopes ini Ohio. tin
All parties agree that the Greenback Cu
element is to form an importanit part sal
in the comIng Ohio electin. We pu
pointed out last week what the true off
course of thme .Greentbackers was If they
wanted to accomplish anything. This lofl
opinion has been fortified by all the se
paperegpn both Bides that have die- a ti
cussed the matter. And pow comes a c
clineher from the New York Tines, O
the leading Radical paper in the Unit- wi
ed States. 'In an editorial found itn the tin
wholly issue of the 11th of June it tei
Iis necessary.constantly to remema gra
ber that the ' toratio and: Green- on
back rtieu ounumber thego
eplilen, te chmances ofli
th trto ail7 te depen on
hemaintote' ~ tihe Greenback Cu
orgaiza1on, Mte as a third party,
Or on Ithe aba louent of the Demo
oratic ticket byr a niutber of hard- m
money Democrat. large. enough to ye
bounter-balance the Democratic gain do
in the accesslou of Greenback voters.
itingencies so obvious render ab
dI the exultation In which some Re
blicans have indulged. There Is no
asion for desponidoncy ; on the con
ry, there is a solid foundation for
)e. But Mr. Foster says truly, "the
,to can only be carried by hard an'
sistent fighting." It must be skill
fighting, too, or the field will be
i another place, speaking of the
ical question, it says:
hit the financial question has reach
a stage at which high-sounding
rds are useless. Mr. - Ewing is
uk and specific on the wrong side.
Foster and his friends must be as
spoken in opposition to the silver
icy as to the greenback heresy, or
odds will ho against then.
qow here is the leading Radical
,anl stigmatizing the principles of
Greenbackers as the "greenback
eosy," and yet in the same breath
ing as one of only two chances of
dical victory the probability that
Greibackers will scorn coalition.
I the Greenback Convention adopt
the very policy prayed for by its
terest opponents. Iustead of hearti
stupporting Ewing, the best known
r'ocate of its measures in the Uniled
les, it Iominates a separate ticket
draw oil votes from hiin, and to
tble Charlie Foster, the candidate of
bloody-shirters, the bond rings
I the devil generally, to walk in tihe
bernatorlal mansion, knowing that
success will kill out the "green
ek heresy" and make Sherman or
no other Radical President. It be
is to look very much as if the
eenbackers have nobody but the
nocrats to fight. And can this
rty have any followers in the South
onlg Democrats? No one objects to
' Democrat holding any views lie
ases about the currency or any other
estionts, or, as for that matter, to his
ssin,g them for recognition. But
ought to see that the only avenue
sudess, if any exists, is through the
Inocratic party. It would be not
.y suicidal for them to play into the
ds of John Sherman, but hoinici
, for they would pull others into
n besides themselves. Let them
least avoid taking advice from such
dical sheets as the New York Timcs.
LYNCHING IN SPA RT ANBURG.
Man Charged with Rape and Murder
aken to the Scene of ils Crimes and
lung toia Tree.
telegram fIrom Spartanblrr says
JI about twelve o'clock on AFondaly
ht, the 16th inst., a body of one
udred and fifty armed men entered
it towin on horseback and proceeded
the jail, where they demanded John
>ore, a prisoner committed for the
trage and murt or of Miss Woodward
the 6th Inst. SherifF Thompson,
ving beenwarned that aln attempt
uki be made to lynch the prisoner,
I removed him to the Air Line
ilroad, about a mile from the town
ending to board the northern bound
In and reach Columbia, but he had
m, watched, and, before the tr'aini
I took him to the scene of the mur
*', lnear' Welf'ord, twelve miles dis
it, where they said they would hang
a at ten o'clock on Tuesday morn
. Moore and his victim were both
i. dispatch from Augusta. G a., dated
no 17, gives the follo.iving ac
mnt of the lynching: John J. Moore,
0o has been conflued in the Spartan
rg jail for the suhpposed rape and
irder of Miss Francis Ileatoni, of
:kens county', was .ibrcibly taken
isession of by a party oif inlfuriated
izens last night and hlangred at eight
lock onI Tuesaday) mornling ini tihe
'ods where the remains of the mur
ed lady' were fonnd. Moore assert
his innocence to the veryr last.
daJ. TI. W. Woodward,' of Winus
.o, applieared oni the scenie and miade
earnest speech adlvisinig all to wait
action of the law, lie was listened
quietly, but as soon1 as he concluded
,cry again arose: Hang himl IHang
u1! String m Up!i
HOMICIDE INS UMTRCR.
Unarmed Manl Shots to Death with a
[Froni the News and Courier.
;rUMTERI, Junme 16.-Mr. W. . Mc
tchen a young white mian about
ent.y-ono years of age, (died this
irnig from tihe etrects of flve
>uds inflicted with a p)istol by Jack
dgers, also whit e, and about twenty
P years of' age. Both menci are of
-y'rspuertable families, and became
-ovt nsomte dililcuilty, the nature
bvhilCh is not staited, about a year
. The story of the shootin g is as
)n Saturday last Rodgers sent Mc
tenu word that lhe was coming to
base ball club, of which McCu tchen
s a member, on Saturday, to whip
kill him. Afler playing the game,
Cutchen started for some water, the
11 being 01n0 hundred antd fifty yards
When lhe was returning, and was
)ut half way betwveon the well and
base ball1 ground, accomplanied by
.Tom Hatcher, lie was met by Rtod
's, who said that lie wanted a word
th him. Hatcher walked on a short
tanco. McCutchon said to Rodgers:
amn informed that you .intend to
11) or kill me to-day, and that you
that you backed me out a year ago,
I have given it the lie, and now re
*ate it, and, as these threats haveo
in made by you, there is no better
to than this to fight it out." Rod
s said: "1 wo,nrt fight yon." Mc
tohon having started oft, Rodgers
LI: "I wvill fight you," and started to
II off his coat. McCutehen pulled
his coat, and while in the act of lay
it on thme ground was fired upon b'y
digere, the shiot taking effect In the
arm. McCutchen advanced and
ied the barrel of the p_istol and had
issol with Rodgers. iRodgers, sue
dIng in wvresting the pistoi from Mc
tohen's grasp, shot him in the thigh.
Cutchen fell over, and catching.
th his hands, on his knees, at whieh
ie Rodgers fired again, the shiot en
lng the lowver portion of his stom
me. McCutchen .dropped to the
mud, and two shots more were fired,
ly oneo of which took effect. Rod
's was then arrested and plIaced in
irge of three gentlemen, but, quito
'steriously, is 110et to be founmd. This
lomn an eye witness, a cousin of Mc
--Twenty women are pursuing the
d11381 course of studies at the Unis
'sity of Borne, afnd will graduate as
stora of mnedioinn.
(JLIM1 8L8 OP TjxA.
rho Texas Cow-Boy--1'rogross of Farming
A Gool 1'laco For Cooks to Bottle In
Northern Ss andore.
From a Fort worth Lotter.
The Texas cowboy is a rare bird..
He is a sort of happy Jack of the wild+,
erness, a dry land sailor, who takes 4
his fun in hrgo doses whenever he
gets to porte-port being to hint the
nearest town with a dance house-his
ffuin pure deviltry. iIe can yell louder
in an unearthly key, swagger inore i
and swear harder than any man of
his inches on the continent. Iis dross
is evidently intended to ape the Mexi
can counterfeit of the Spanish cavalier,
with a sneaking regard for home con
ventionalities thrown in. Imagine the
the conglomeration I Having no fixity
of form it is wholly.indescribable and
varies with the whim of the individual.
Yet. he is proud of his "make up," and
pays particular attention to the style
of his hat, boots and spurs. The hat
is an elaborate afliir. Broad leafed,
tasselled and tinselled, it spreads its
far reaching shadow over the forml of
its festive owner a few acres beyond.
his only pet is his horse; his only
toy his pistol; but he would prefer
losing his horse for a day to being I
severed from his six-siwoter for a
imoimtiet. All his strength is in this i
toy. Like the savage indian, when 4
deprived of his weapon (of oflence al-"
.vays, never needed for defence), his i
"heart is on the ground." A small I
boy could thrash hin then. Give him 1
the pistol and "the drop" on a man i
and lie will rejoice in his ability to ]
"bore a hole in him big enough for a
good sized dog to crawl through," as if
the boring process were sonetlintg to
be excee(ingly proud of. This is be
cause cowboy are not hung often
enough in Texas, and the reason they
have not been is because they have
been employed and protected by the
cowman who steals, just like the nur- j
lerous ward politician might some
times be protected by the dishonest., i
corrupt district attorney in some 1
Northern cities. We have had some
very distinguished cowboys in this
part of the world. Bill Longley, who I
killed thirty-seven men in the course i
of his brief experience, was a cowboy
most of his time, as was also John
Wesley Ilardin, better kitwn as Wes. I
Hardin, who has been known to kill a I
man for snoring in his sleep. These
miscreants have had no such word as
tirplay in their lexicon. If they in- 4
tenIed to get a quarrel up they first I
"got the drop" on their victim, then 1
bullied him into active resistence, then
shot him ''in self-defence." This sort o
of cowboy has beent more frequently I
seen heretofore than at present, but we
have still a few left. 1
Until quite recently the farming done
here had been to a great extent of a
very primitive sort. Tihe poorer set
tiers have had so little to start with
that their struggle against disadvant
ages was rather protracted, and still,
in the face of very many discourage
ments at the start, nine-tenths of them
have made money. They would suc
ceed better if they had to deal with 1
a more inhospitable climate; but it
ReInsll r.O II ti iii lmru'l'U i lU UUtUAAbL L
to imarke men careless and easy going.
They have never ploughed dleeply nor]
seeded abundant ly, convincedi that
they ned only ticlkle the surface of the
earth with a hoe to see it laugh with
an abundant harvest. In one for- 1
tunate season such methods have sue
ceeded, the three succeeding ones in
which they have failed have been at
tributed to bad luck. Gradually these
things are ch'enginig, though the aver
age old time Texas planter is hard to
change. A few years ago these would
htave t.hought a man crazy who should
undertake to raise as good crops on1
thme hIgh prairie as can be raised in;
thme timber or nlong the rie bottoms,
but now that they see men raise better
wheat, and nearly if not quite as good
crops of co ttoni and( corn, they are
b uinlg to change their notions in
th rspcttoo. Texas is a great
pla1ce for farm machinery, and the
prices paid, coupled with the neglect- I
flul manner ini which machines are
kept, are enough to keep many farm
emrs poor. Barns, granaries and out
offices have been tie exception here,
the climate being consklecred mild
enough to kdep everything out of
doors; but the cost of sheds is sooni
lost in thme destruction of machinery, as
the cost of stables are often lost in the
loss of stock through the same system
Since the end of January and up to
the earlier p)art of this month we have
had the same placid, dremy, delight
ful weather one experiences in thme
early3 spring about Nice and further
south on the shores of the Mediterran
enn, bat varied at intervals by brisk
breezes from the north. It is nowv
harvest time hereabouts, and the sun
is getting a trifle hotter; but we have
all through summer here a steady
south wilnd that dissipates much of the
effect of the heat. The winters are
seldom severe, and never, I ani told,
is -there experienced more than a
month's cold wveather.
The late venerable Horace Greeley,
while oni a visit to the State, is r'e
p)orted to have said that what Texas4
needed most was 20,000 cooks, and
the wilsdom of that observation is as
apparent to-day as it was in his busy
lifetime. Thme style of cooking here Is
simply abominable. It is no pleasant
duty to have to censure In sweeping
terms thme women of any commutnity,
but after nO inconsiderable travel
through the country thme experience of
the writer compels him in all candor
to sa-y that for the future happiness of
the agricultural population at least, a
new sot of women Is needed here.
They must be women who will not
combine absurd notions of the pro-1
prieties of life with some of the most
vulgar and filthy of all smnall ices
viz., snauff dippig. 'They must not
languidly sit in rocking chairs in <
prlimnitive log kitchens through which
tihe blasts of winter may howl at will, I
and with gloves on their hands and
"swab sticks" in their mouths prepare I
a meal for' themselves -and their hus
bands that would revolt the senses and
wvorr'y the digestion of a robust corn 1
field negro. There is a rumor current <
here that a girl has been raised in this
Immediate neighborhood who doesi
know howv to cook right well, and who
does not dip snuff, but I have hoard
thme statement fiatly contradicted. Of
course, I am speaking of the country
now. In the cities it is dIfferent.1
For instanc6, o may live In FortJ
Worth as comfbatably..-Inna a-i .
love, more con fortably-4han In imoi
ites of its size in the North. 1t
broughout the country I- have toun
t all bad. Half baked corn bread an
at bacon fried in oceans of gree
onstitu the general diet. Wii
mujtdred Of thousaids of flIne cov
oamning te prairies It has been utte
Y Impose le. for the traveler to get
Irink of itilk br a bit of butter whi
i spots the. niost remote and inacce
;ible he could always 11nd a sms
tore of bad whiskey, a six-shoot<
aid ammunition enough to bore hol<
hrough all his fbes, though they wei
ts.numg@rous as the hairs on his head.
GRANT AND THE NAu-rCt DANCE.
['hero is a quiet smile going aroum
tient General Grant in India. Ti
;mile began in Calcutta, came to Loi
lon via Paris, 'md it is only fiir
houki be passed on to Anerie
3peaking of the Nauteh dance Je
)ore, attended by General Grant, ti
fIerald's report says: "The Nautc
41m1co is meaningless. It is not evc
mproper." The fict is the dance wt
unade (dull and respectable for the sak
)f the Grant par'ty. When the Prin
>f Wales was out thei'e and went I
ce the dance it was not considere
iccessary to be so careful, and ti
Vautch girls entered on their ballet 1
heir usual costume, which above tI
vaist consi,ts only of Jewels. The
lanced, too, for the Prince like mac
l'ho Prince of WYales was "highly d
ighted" by the Nautclh rirls, and di
tot, like our ex-President weari a
xpression of "resignation tinted wit
lespair," nor did he, like John Russe
foung, suppose it a religious cerem<
iy. 'The feeling which the IIindo
hus exhibited of the dif2erences to 1
-ecogniied between what is proper fi
Prince and what for an America
?resident may, after the smile hi
)assed, suggest a thought to the polit
al philosopher.-Loudon Letter i
he Baltimore Gazette.
A WESTERN ROMANCE.-Elevc
-ears ago the daughter of W. I
Yallace-a little school girl of sove
'ears-was abducted from her ow
iather's house, in Poi tland, Oremoi
Wallace searched high and low for'ie
id though he felt certain that hi
nother, from whom he was separatec
ias taken her, there was no clue to it
vhereabouts. One (lay last month tli
ather was surprised to receive a daini
nissive, addressed in a neat hanm
le was still more surprised when ti
vords 'My dearest, deareSt father' mlc
lis eye. lie read through- his teal
hat Lilian was living with her moth
ir at Yakima, and that she had di
erinined either to reconcile her pai
mts, or to live first with the one an
hen with the other. She said that hc
nother put her in the Sister's school t
ancouver, and that she had been edi
.ated there. Wallace remembere
hat he had been a policeman at Vai
ouver during a part of the time met
ioned by his daughter, and ha
)assed a thousand times under tli
ihadow of the school building, nev(
lreaming of her presence. He hastei
d to Yakima, ond it was agreed tht
here should be a reconciliation. Mi.
[ilian is a handsome young lady <
uiglteen now, and the part she playe
i the romance makes her the heroir
f Portland and of the far Northwes
IiER WIStr GRATIFIED.-A correi
)oudent o4'thle Boston Journal, Whi1
it Vinita, Indiani Territory, was i
feseribes as fo'llows: While waitir
iore tor' tiljetrain to take ang leave pa
mengers, there occurred a littleeiso(
which caused consIderable amusemni
l'or the writer and the others wI
ieard it. There was a fashioniab
founlg lady in thme cars, who mig)
iave beeni journleinu to Texas1
ipend the season at tic well-knmoi
vatering-places of San Anmtonio ai
3alvestonl. Since the train left Chet<
>a she had been eagerly Oil tIle 1oo1
)ut to get sight of an Inidian. So soc
ts thme train stopped she leaned out.
~he winidow and accosted a your
naun, who was busly wih some' ba
rage omn tile platform1 withl: "Sil
hiey say thlat this is an Indilan tow:
ure there,any- Indians in sight? I.
please, point,.out one for me, sir." I
ooked ump and, hardly pausing fro
uis work to reply, said: "'I have tI
10onor to be onme. You can look at n
i you wish." The young lady cami
ack to her seat looking yery muchl di
conicerted, saying, ini an undcertonie,
ier~ friends, "Well, I never I I thong
[ndians wore blanikcts anid pain ted, ai
mad b)ows and arr'ows, moccasinis ai
--They have a wvomen's priinth
3ompanly ini St. Louis, Mo.
-Wedding bouquets are no0w cai
'led in bags nanging at tIle side.
-A New York bride recently r
3eived a set of solid gold hairplns'for
-Mrs. Anti Simpson has been a
pointed surveyor of roads for a pari
-A daughter of Theodore Hook
keeping an obscure lodging house
-Buwer Lytton said: ''Thme seer<
f fashion is to surprise, anid never1
-Dr. Mary Safford-Blake is now oi
f the faculty of the Boston Universi1
Mr's. Anine PerkIns and Mr
Bar'ah Osborne have beoen appointa
>verseer's of the poor of the parish
-The admission of women to tl
lepartments of arts amid laws in Umi
versity College, London, has developa
ao d1fliculties, as was anticipated.
-A lady ofifashlion lias a fan, eat
itick of which was painted by celebrr
ad Americani artists. It is a curious bl
Iarnmioums mosaic of pretty picture
-Miss Dodos, the Phil adelphia coo:
ung teacher, wear's a black gown am
vlyhto apr'on whmile lecturing, and dec
Eates herself with a gold necklace am
a locket as big and bright as a pie plat
-It is said thlere are 100,000 wonm
n New York city who support them
;elves, 50,000 of whom receive le
~han $3.6 a week. Many girls wom
n stores for $2 a week and boam
-Miss Virginla Hicks, a young haf
>f Wyandotte, Indian Tierritor'y, wa
.hrownm from her hlorse. She struck <
ieo' head, and a high tor'toise-shmell conr
vhich was in her hmaimr was dr'iven inm
mer brain, causing almost instant deat
A GOOD LivER.-Is alwvays knoii
>y his appearance. A man who liv
omfortably at home, has good di1
iers, etc., will always show it In hi
inrson. Bunt there is another l'ver mo.
mpotanitommiit s-the BAD) Im!
hoefte fthtis out-of f:
nan is good for' tfthing-can eric
iothing-to resto' it to health, um
)r. Gilider's Liver Pills. A few dose
vill reliev6 you. ti1g*
a INTRODUCED, 1668.
A TORPID LIVER
l is the fruitful source of many diseases, promi.
inent among which are
DYSP.EPSIA, SICK-IIEADACHE, COSTIVENESS
DYSENTERY, BILIOUS FEVER, AGUE AND FEVER,
JAUNDICE, PSLES, RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY COM
ul PLAINT, COLIC, ETC.
SYMPTOMS OF A
R TORPID LIVER.
Loss of Appetite and Nausea, the bowels
uro costive, but sometimes alternate with
to looseness,~Pain in the Head, accompanied
l with a Dullsensation in the back part,Ptin
t in the right sido and under the shoulder
Is blade, fullness after eating, with a disiin
0 olinationtoexertion of body ormind, _Irr.
tO tability of temper, Low spirits, Loas of
o memory, with a feeling of having negl:,nted
dl somo~dutyt 9eneralwoarinossi Diznet
10 Fluttering at the Heart. Dote before the
It eyes, Yellow_Skin, Headache generally
0 over tho right eye, _ eutlessnesas at night
v with fitful dreams, highly colored Urine.
! IF THESE WARNINGS ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
are especially adapted to such
cases, a single dose effects
such a change of feeling as to
8 astonish tho sufferer.
are comnpouuded from stibatanoes that nre
free frem any properties that can inaure
- the most delicate organization. They
o bearch tleanse, Parify, and Invigorate
the entire System. By relieving the en=
gorged l.iver, they cleanse the blood
fre tt pelsonous hnamors, and thus Impart
health andi vitality to the body, causing
the bowels to act naturally, without
;. which no one ean feel ivell.
A Noted Divirne says:
Dr. TUTTh-Dear frr e For te years I havo been
mar tyr to DTpepela, donetip:.t ion and Piles. Last
Spring your Pills were recoturo.,ded to mue; I used
t sbut with little faith)e. I To now a well me,
h poo r tie, digestien orlect, regular stools,
, aeodJ ,HY OD
plea gone. anmd t have gained forty pound.ssolid flesh.
r Wh e y a r e w o r h t . L I . , L u s i l , K .
Th Ilir PILLS,
Toir ist effect is to Increase the Appetite,
t and cause the body to Take on Flesh, thus the
sltm ii nourihed, and by their Tonle Ace
8 on on the Dgestive organs, Regular
St 8ools are produced.
DRTJ. F HAY WOOD,
OF NEW YORK, SAY82
"Few diseass exist that cannot be relieved by e.
1'storing the Limver to its normal functions, and for
thi.s purposo no remedy has ever been inventod that
It has as happy an effect as TUTT'S PILLLS."
t- SOLD EVERYWHERE, PRICE 25 CENTS.
(j Office 35 Murray Stre., New York.
i Dr. TUTT'S MANUAL of Valuable Infr
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i on application.
ATUT'S HAIR DYE
GRAT HIR on Wuiaxr.na changed to a Goney
It BLACK b ya ingle application of this DYu:. It ino.
parts a Nmatural Color, acts instantanoously, and is
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W.. nea. Th thehgestimonyoasto th o es u
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othecil rduhti,ongvenrw helrches,n
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pays for the. roum oe pay tregh years
S. ways if not satisfactory.
,f SOUTHERN WH.OLESALE DEPOT.
0 For the mere convenient supIply of
SSouthern trade a Southern WVhol esale
idDepot has been established at $avannah,
Ga., from which Dealers, Churches,
hTeachers, and the retail trade can be
supplied at N. Y. and Boston factory
rt.For Illustrated Catalogues, price
tt lists and full informnation, address
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is brands of Cigars, Chewing and
'u Blackwells celebrated Smoking
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o0 Palo Table Sherry, at F. W. HABE
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: PUJIE WVIKITE OIL.
---150 DEGRtEE8 FIRE TEST.
sErecommuend the VESTAL
'W -OiL as a safe illuminator. It is
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o gives a brilliant light, with very little
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0 NICE lot of Hamnbirg2 g
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YELLOW FEVER--BLACK VOMIT
It Is too soon to forget the r' ages of this
teri ib.e :Ilsease u hielh will no doubt return Ilt
a imore imaliiit '. and virnlent foriml In the f.ail
tiiottht of 186,1.
MEllItELL'8 IIEPAT''IN1'E, a remedy di,eov
ett(1 in 8oulitr Nubi>a ittu 1:''d witlh scith
wodteruili resiltS in South Auteriva where the
most tggravntei casus of lever are found,
causes fron one to two ounces of bile to e
liltered or strained from the blood eatch time It
passes through the liver, as long as an excess
of bile exists. By its wonderful action on the
Liver anti Stomach the Ii'ATlx not only pre
vents to a certainty any kind of Fever and
Black Vomit, but also cures lleadacho. Consti
pation of the Bowels. Dyspepsla and all
No one need fear Yellow Fever who will
expel t ho 'alarlal Poison and excess of tl1
from the blood by using MnRate;l,'s iisr.ATINK,
which Is sold by all Druggists lit 25 cent tl
f-0.00 bottles, or will be sent by ex pres by he
A. F. M Elt iELL & CO., Phla., i.
Dr. Pelbertoll's Stillliiia or Queen's
1W Tho reports of wonrluful cures of lIheuma,
ttutm, Serofula, Salt liheum, Syphilis, Cancer,
Ulcers [tlid tores. that cone from all p:trts of
the country, atre not only remirkable but so
itlracutlous Its to be dtoubtet was it not for the
abundance of proof.
Remarkable Cure of Scrofula, &o.
CASE OF COL. J. C. BIANSON.
KisosToN, GA., September 15, 1871.
OENTS :-For sixteen years I have been a great
sufferer from Scrofula in its most distressing
forms. I have been conflned to my room anI
bed for fifteen years with scrofulous ulcera
tions. The most approved remetlies for such
cases had been used, andi the most emflent
physleln consulted, without a1y 1deci(ded
benelit. T1hUS prostrateI, dI1steesseti, diesponud
lug, I was nd'ated by )r. Ayer, of Floyd Coluin
ty, Ga., 1.^ cotet'nce the tse of your colpound
Extract Stillingl.,. Langtage is as listtlicint
to d(esribe the h relief I o tiilnetdt from the use or
the S1iiingla as It is to convey an aduatitlte
itlca of the intensity of my suffering before
using your medicine ; sullicient to Say. I aban
dloted all other remetties andi continued the use
of your Extract of Stillingla, until 1 can say
truly "I am cured of all palin," of all disease,
with nothing to obstruct, the active pirsuit of
my profession. More titan eight. months have
elapsed slice this remarkable cute, without
any return of the disease.
For the truth of the above statement, I refer
to anty gentleman in Bartow County, Ga., and
to tho meInbo: 8 of the bar of Cherokee Circull,
who tre actitaintel with me. I shall ever
remain, wit l the (leeplest gra t itutde,
Your obedient serva nt.,
J. C. BItANSON, Att'y. at Law.
WFsT PolNT, GA., Sept. 10 1810.
GErsTs:-My daughter was taken on tile 5th
day of Jiune, 1863, with what was supposed to be
Acute Rheutnatism, and was treated for the
same with ito sUCcess. in March, following,
pieces of bone egan to work out of the rigil
arm1, and conttttido a Iliaer till all the bone
tron. thit t'lbiiw to the shouldier Jolint, came out,.
Many pliees of bote cnte out. of right, foot antl
lh'r. 'l he enae wits then pronou+dcc (loe of
W tite Swellii'g. After having been contined
about six years to her bed, and the case con
sidered hopeless, 1 was itdtced to try D1r. l'ct
bertons's Conpound Extract of Stlllingia, and
waniu o well satislittd with Its effects that I have
continued the use of it until the present.
My daugh,'lter was confined to her beti about
six years before she sat up or even turned over
without help. She now sits up all (lay, and
sews most of her time-has waf ied across the
room. Her general health is now good, and I
believe she will, as her limbs gain strength.
walk well. I attribute her recovery, wit i t.he
blessing of God, to the use of your invaluable
With gratitude, I am, yours truly,
W. 11. BLANTON,
WxST POINT, Ga., Sept.. 16, lsio.
C:ENTS :--The above cortilicato o Mr. W. B.
11lnton we know and certify to as being true.
't he thing is so ; hundtreds of h11e tost rtespect
edt citizens will certifv to it,. As much reference
can be given as maily 'be rtiuired.
CRAWLOlf)D & VALK Eli, Druggists.
I1ON. H1. D. WI I.I.IAMS.
IM- DR. PEMBE'li'ON'S STILLINGIA Is pre
pared by A F. F. FI-:IItEl.l & CO., PIhila., l'a.
Solhlby alt Lruggssta in $.1.0D bottles, or sont
by expeess. Agents wanted to canvass every
Send for Book-"Curtoral Story"-free to all.
Medicines sont to poor people payable in instal
THE FRIEND OF ALL !
HOLLO WAY'S PILLS!!
"I had no appetite; Hlollowvay's I is
yo e a0f hearty oneo."
''Your Pillis are marvielous."
"I send( for another box, anid koep them
in the house."
"D)r. Holloway has cured my headache
that was chronic.
"I gave one of your'Pills to my babo
for cholera morbtus. The dear little
thing got well in a day."
"\My nausea of a morning is now~
"Yotur bIox of Holloway's Ointment
cured mec of noises in tile hlead.I
rubbed some of your Oinnmnt beihindc
the ears and theO noise has loft."
"Bend me two boxes; I want one for a
"I enclose a dollar; your plrice is 25
cents, but the '-nedicine to me is worth a
"Send me five boxes of your Pills,"
"Let men have threc boxes (of your
Pills ,by return matil, for chills and
I hlave over 200 such testimonials as
these, blut wvant of space compols tme te
FOR CUTANEOUS DIBORDEln8,
And all-eru ptions of tho skin, this Oint
mtent is most invaluable. It does not
heal externally alone, but penetrates
with the most searching effects to the
ver'y rcot of evil.
RIOLLO WA Y'S OINTMENT.
Possessed of this remedy, every men
may be own doctor. It may be rubbed
into the system, so as to reach any in.
ternal complaint; by these means, eures
s,ores or ulcers in the throat stomach,
liver, spine or other parts. It is an in-.
fallible remedy for bad legs, bad breasts
contracted or stiffjoints, gout, rhoumai
tism.and all skin diseases.
i3ironTANTr CAUTION.--NOnO are geninlo Um.
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an( Cintment. Boxes at 23 contf, 02 cents, ant
W& There is considerable savin by taking
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B"ST Philado-ilnia Lager floors
JJ fresh every day at F. WV. HADE.
mNGT'8, Roar of Town Hall.
AND PLEASUR E
PATTERSON'S OELEnnATED SPRINGS,
Tihese springs are situated four milet
south of Bhelby and six miles nlortht of
Whxitakor's, on thle Air-Line IR. Rt. The
mineral wvaters are sullphur and ohaly
beate. The properties of the; sulphur arc
ron, sulphur and magnesia, Propertiot
combined are bonoficial to all diseases,
and never fall to cure the most obstinate
cases, as many will testify. The ohaly..
beate waters cannot be surpassed, havin~
wrought many almost miraculous cltres.
These celebrated Springs are now open
and the prices are in reach of all--having
been greatly reduced this season,
l.th dngho0uses, croquet grounds, ton
pin alley, and other amtusoeents and
attractions free for visitors, IIncks run-l
nn n from this plae wvillI meet visitors at
Shelby or at Whitaker's, on tihe Air-Lino
It. i. uponf short notice to theoProprietor,
IIATES OF' BOARID.
Per day . - - -
Per week ., . - - ' 7. $1.
Per month - - ' ' 0'O(
Per month for2 or more months, 18.'(
Children andi servants half price.
For further partioulars, addoress
W. G. PATTERSON, Prp'r.
.may 17-Ix8mo Shelby, N. 0
"OR the celebrf-ted MatthewsE
1868 Old Cabinet Rye, call at I"
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Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For all the purposes of a Family Physac,
and ft.ouri Costtvotyoa.. J atnlico,
I11liontol, out Ototach, 131'eath,
.[ottdache. ErysIplas, Rhouma:tiSm1,
'ruptonls nd Skinl Diseases, Bi1.
iouscas. D)rop4y,Tumors. Worms,
for .nYurifying tho Blood,
Are the most ef
Sfictive and Conle
- J'. '.t, vial pulrgativeever..
are mild, but ei'
fectual in their
the howels surely
r "?t ~ and without palili. ?
s Alth1ougl gentle
world-'01'wid t ation , rtir
they are still the
a. ani lt ~ most thorogh and
t-- .. + - seartchling* enthar
tic medicine that can be emnployedl: cleans.
lng tho stomach and bowels and even thde
blood. s vall doses of one pill a dav,
they stimulate the digestive organs abd f i
promote vigorous health.
AYEIn's I'l.r.s have been known for
more than a quarter of a century, and have :
obtained a world-wido reputation fbr their
virtues. They correct diesed action in
the several assimilative organs of the
body, and are so composed that obstrue
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cure the every-day complaints of every
body, but also formidable and dangerous
diseases that have bailed the best of
human skill. While they produce Power
f l cl'ects, they are, at the suine time, the
safest and best ,hysic for children. By
their aperient action they gripe much les:;
than the comon purgataves, and never
fiv pain when the bowels are not inlarmed.
They reach the vital fountains of the bloodi,
and strengthen the system by freeing it
from the elemnents of' weaakness.
Adapted to all ages and conditions in
all climates, containing neither calomel
nor any deleterious drug, these Pills may
sugar-coating preserves them ever fresh,
and makes them pleasant to take; while
being purely vegetable, no harms can arise
from their use any quantity.
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'Dr, J. C, AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass,,
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