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ITIMh NEWS AND HERALD.
WINNSBORO, 13. 0.
TlIUXSDAY, November go, t : 1870,
R. fNANS DA VI, EDITOR.
ONO-e 8. RPYNOLDS, AssoIATV EDITOR.
JrnuE KUEnSHIA w declines to be
colie a candidate for governor. 1ie
prefers the bench. The State would
be fortunate inl having Judge Ker
shaw inl any position.
11ON. FERNANDO IEAMAN Was ap
poifted to succecd Zach Chandler in
tho Senate, pending the meeting of the
Legislature ; but he declined the honor,
ad ex-Governior Baldwin was ap
pointed and he accepted. Who over
heard of a Senatorship going begging
lion Toonns immortalized himself a
few days ag) )y seldilig a telegram
to the nianagers of the (rant receptiol
in Clicago, in which lie said: "le
fought for his government. I fought
for mine. lie won and I lost. I am
ready to flIght again. Death to the
Union," and lie still sticks to it. Most
people thought 1h0 mal1de anll ass of
himliself, al(I the comments of the
newspapers, North and South, are not
calculated to make the old man happy.
lie has the political jim-jams badly.
Ar PiSnr the Congressional dele
gations of nineteen Slates are 1inilb
lican, eighteen Denmocratic, and in
Indiana 1)e la Matyr, the U reenback
er, hs the controlling vote. liut, a
tadical Congremman, Voorhlis, of New
Jersey, has conie to grief, inl conse
quenco of a bank defhication. Shouhl
he resigi, is plae wonhl 1beyoi
doubt. be filled bv a Democat, aund
the delegatit of New Jersey would
be thrown ilito the )emocratic col
unin. This circmnstaice will b of
imporitance only in case three Presi
d(utial candidates run and the elee
tion be thrown in the lHouse. Iadicals
ought to be more careful in their se
Burying the Hatchet.
ludications hare tat the New York
Democrats have beenl taught i lesson
by tiheir recent. disgraceful defieat, and
that. a desire for conciliatioin is spring
ing up on all sides. Prominent lead
e1's are- eldeavoring to get up a mil!eet
ing and have Some satisihetory ad
just ment. The .Act (hat Cornell was
elected by a milnorit.y vote, and t hat
the eollbined Democratic oppositioll
has a majority of over twenty thon
sand, frlniAlIes food for thought.
Kelley's vote was a terrible shock to
the Tilden mien, who did not concede
him more than twent y-five tlousanl
votes, and it showed the necessity of
conciliating his frieids. The lroposi
tion is to constitute loratio Seymour
sole arbiter, andl([ let hii. proliose a
* plant of reorganization and adjustmuent
of reOpresentat ion, so as to give each
faction a fair showinug. G ovenor
Seymour hass not yet feen requested to
undertake the task, but it is thought
he will not refuse, lie could easily
carry Ni~w York, himself, for the
Presidency, but he absolutely refuses
to reetratiepltcs 0sm
comipromnise be not efleted, New
York will have a contesting delega
tioni in the P'residentini Convention otf
next year, anud dlefeat will be assured.
* Democrats everywhere will rejoice to
* ~ see the people of Newv York comling to
Last week a correspondent, of thie
.lleg1ister' ,inminated Jiudgo J. 3I.
Kershawv for governor ; and on (lie
18th~ another correspondlent repdled,
giving high praise to Judnoge Kershaw,
but nominating him for Chief .Justice
and asserting the peculiar litness of
General Gary for the governorship.
The llegistecr replies to the latter
correspondent in a long but, well
written article. Afteri holding, as we
have done, that no one man saved (lie
State, repelling what it conceived to
mnents, anid these elements have ditller
enit leaders. Organization is kept up
by fair play among tho leaders anid
justice to their followers, and it will
not do to ignore the just claims for
recognition and considerationi on the
part of these elements or thelir leadIers
to) please any man or set of mien."
Very' true, if it holds all around. We
see this whole matter, however, from
an utterly diffeent standp1oint thani
that of our respected corresponduentt.
We do not recognize the Democr'atic
party of Sonth Carolinm as an aggre
gationi of personal factions, whose
ldors must be coaxved and appeased
in order that the people of (ho State
may be permitted to imake a choice of
rulers. We recognize no man. fromi
Wade llampton down, w~ho has any
"claims," save such as the people, of'
their own free will, choose to accord
them. We do not feel that we ar~e
any mani's zmanm. We (10 not feel that
the Democracy of South Carolina, or
aniy nart of it., can be carriedI ini anly
mian ? breeches-pocket, or that it 18
any such hahlharted thing as to be
swvapped about amongst thme politcal
aspirants of (lhe State. lfit lbe such,
the sooner' It goes by the board the
bettor, and we for onme shall not shed a
tealr over its speedy demIse.
* -We heartily agree wvith our corrme
abondont- in his advocacy "of fair
play." But what Is fair play? Is it
a pack of hungry po~lticaans in close
4 nelave sh1taig out thme offices be
t 'een themselves and expecting thle
rest of th e ople to foot th e bill? yIs
It fir'play for a parcel of polIticIans
'~ who inay happeni to be en rapport to
sIt down and put up their Individual
? ~~ "claiuma" btween thenu1)tives and~ shut
ont almost, by rote and rule, many
7 ftdr alost and best' citizens f-omn
t~ het earthly chance of profoermeint?
*14v- f ,0 t. h'r plav to stif, V01u must let us
~''i~ 1 $.ir't*c *~ wel pi you
sistilg that all should como befoto a
coivetliol of t peoplo aliko and
1hat 111 tho people shotild insist Onl tiitr
(11leteS selecting tho best iani for
thg situatiol, wit. hout reference to this
or thatl man1,1'S clatims. This is fair
pa, and it is thi( only rhirt pliav wo
canil colceive which is fair to tho' poo
ple0 o South Carolina. Wo bel cCVO
our correSI ioldenl, to he a good am11
r uCar inlifui ; that, ho loves hi;
8talto fid her peoplo above all things8,
and (hat ill t-h0 ma2in he will atgIe'
withi these views ats ilonie conisistiit
with free ilstiitutionis 111d ia truly
proud people, iibuied wit high se11
\'e do not. think it right, just or
pro r 1the people, it this junctutre,
to be worried w ith (lie elmiliclti
claiins or political a-spirnts. 1'et
tIe come1 belore Ole People, 4luu-o
and .share 'alike, aind we arve lwelyN
willinlg to itie 1 te people's choice,
whoe-ver. 0tat might be, and dlmand
that the politiciatns Shall1 keep their
hands ofl. Thle people cana settle this
thling wvditot at muitrmuri it' they aire
The legis/cr 11as hit the nail squarc
ly oil the li'ld. The public olliees are
not puiblic spoils, to be divided out.
They are sacred trusts and 111m1ust he
filled with a view to th1e good of (lie
-"A T11111."jl 01.' TILE 11( US El.
Tho Oldest Members ot'the, Britisht I1rlia
mntC. Men4-1 1f Fetw wods41-4.
The ]last Ilew years have, phyed hav
oc amon1011g very old mem bers ofi'harlia
mentf anld fihe deat~h ol' Mr. lilury
Corry, in the April of 1:73, mad'e
m00111 For his successor as 1lather of
(the house in the ptison or (Cieral
Cecil Forester, who was- hd imeIf re
Imloved to the Upper llouse v O.
dat It of hislder brof her, aord For
e~stvr, inl Oei'oher, 1871. '11'he place,
vaclted by enera I Forester was
filled by its pesi l otepant 31r.
C-la'istop~her. lue Mauisel Talbot, who>
lias bel his seat, l'or he couil y of
(shonlorgius by unlwbokl tenufre sinice(
18:3", and l i whot Sir 'hilip de
AMallms. Grey E~gert-onl-now memberwi
for West Ch.sLiire, bti first elt'ied for
Chester inl It-sIIares (he di'n inctioli
f having bmelingd to 11w .1 llse of
Coiiois inl tlie days whel Ii'iiinio
haun11 and1 Leeds, he' il unrepresentedI,
were of less a1c1oun i in (It, bodv poli
ti'ehl (lutGatonl anld Old Sal-11in'.
It is emliblelimatiI of i'it ish loIgev'i
fy 1hiat, as a iule, the Fat her of' tihle
.118se of' (CiIolins, upon retiiiig
romii that holmor, ellieir into thlie gra'ttve
or* inito 11he ,VVure anld trauniil heavNT&
of' I house of 1ils, has b'en in
Par11lialmnt 1for mlore--- an I somet iline,
C.,msidieably. mnore-thtui hall'a cenltu
ry. TI'ints. lit addition to 'Mr. (queorget
lynug, who sat Vor i f't -eiglit years, (the
late Coloniel LowihIer, gra1.111(1,t'1. to
the present Ilarli of aoistbile. a' 1iri'st
eleteti 1 r (lie oility of t ''lmore
luid inl 181:2. aid c'tinuedliii to rep
resent it. until liis dt h, in Ih'7-ia.
IS to sayt%, for' anl unbrok1 tomrej or'
tf'tyfive yent's, .ic succeedell to (t
l''athlershipl upon the deth1 (if Lordl
1 it llt' rst til) inl Octo0ber, I 163. Sir
Challrles liiurr1ell ageinI saf for Shore
hamil fr-ont 1806 11uniil hie expired inl
18112, and( (enleral C( .ecif Forester for
MlNli Wenlock fromi 1828 11111il tle
deati of' his ider brothr iralli'i-'i'ed
him to lhe 1lhouse of Lords inl (871.
S ice Ite passaig-e"'n of the first ret'oi'm
bill in 18:12 I he I louse has kniown seveii
suiccessivye la.h ers. 'L'o ret''.pitlate11
wilh inlei'est, thalt. 31hr. ( ~i'&orte Iiviig,
4o1 Aid tI lesex, ; SIi' ( 'harl'es I iu'rell1, 01'
Shor'chtn ; Colonel I~) lauw ihe, (l' West
imoreluiald; Lord Pazliiei'stoni, ot'T'1iveir
toin antd of'othler in-ior seats ; Alr. I len
ry C.orv,o Tyrton;( Genierl I''oresteri,
oif Muefh Wenulock, andl M'. Tailbot, oif'
G laniioriosuihireP, hav ~e in t urn oc'cu
lietd lthial. lmli'irieahlihir. It 1has
(1f1e1 been i'emiarke~l, that1, as8 a rule,
Ilie Flather'l of' thle 1101ouse1 i silent
miembei'. Thus the ctolleelivye wois
sl itkeni in Puarilin uiit hv Sir (Ch arles
I Inuirell, Colonel L owthI ie'r and( (Genier
al1 Forester and Mtr. iTalbhot uiighit he0
pr'inI ed w itin i one of' 0our elhnnuits,
and( to1 fthis list uuight, be added0( the
nameli of' Lord Earnest ii'nce, niow
Marttuis 01f Ailt'sbury, wh li)althloughi
niei'r Feat hei' 01' the h'louse, r'aiiked 1as
ai primel aI'cces'i't, see'(ing that1 he sat.
ter' Marlbioi'ough t'riom 1832 uiifil the
deathI of' his elder1 brother202 iln thie Janu
ary ol' 11a8t yeari. ILord I'rnest Ih-nuee
w~'ls, it is true, ani iii Ittbfigabile askeri
of' quest ions dur11 ing t hat ''muurla is
<uur't d'heur'e de li'abriUl%'' It hliehl
Mini1ster areSi 1' subjet'tedI at1 thle a2f'ter
iiooinimeelinhg of the .leoust'; hbul the
set 8Int't'thies de'i~Cttlivd fite late mem'~
ber for Marilboroughl iinighit all 4)1' them
-to borrow a2 fav~oirite e'xpriessioni of'
Willihmn Cobbett-"he priniled upon
the t wo si(ies of'a hlfl-cr'own."
Trox.-We hiave long beeni impressed8t'(
with the flliness of' lion. ltli S.
Thiomipsoni, State Suptmrintendent of
IEducation, for I lie ofliec which be so
a1ceptably fills. Comninulg adiriiiably
the tIwo quai~lities-tact and1( falenit-so
ing, ho is eimphailtically tihe man f'or the
place. Whiiloothiersui' irebm'ing'thiem
selv'o propo)(si ng th11 is man fo' tho oicee
of' Proskthent , t his mian the' Governior,
aind so oni, lootkinig to thie fuiturto goodh
of' our olti, State0, we herewithI present
theo name of' the prIesenit Suiperiinteind
out of' Educait IOn to be0 his own asucces
sot's for' ten yeatrs, and do(8 so the mioire
r'eatdily because we (eel we present the
name ot' that2 inani whto, more Ithan all
of her's, lhas woriiked iniiao mulS l idout.-of'
season to resuscitate thie wrek ot' our
comm~ioni schoo01 sys5tem shtaftered by
Majoir homiipson is a pol11ishied and cuil
I lured scholar--a genuine typo of' lie
fo wvork for' aI unmef, al whot keeps it
after' hi has won it.-Oraungeiur'g
F()Un P~lU~oan.I'ns.-T..'.he food noni
sumnedl by the worthless diogs in 1(oi..
81haw counlty in 01n0 year', would fatten
0110 thousand hogs.-CamenUl ~Jour-~
nut, Oct. 1.Z.
TheI~ food consumed by tho worthless
(dogs In Maion counity in 0on0 year,
wouild fatten a thiousant1 iogs.-.Mar'ion
Star', Oct. 21.
The ftod consumeflId by the worthless
(logs In Hampton count'f in one year,
would fatteni 0one thousand hogs.
Hiampton G uar'dia n-Oct. 20.
The food consumed by theo wortless
dogs in Kershiaw eounty In one yeari,
would fatten 0on0 thousatnd hogs.
Kershaiw Gazeotte, Nov. 6.
-As COTTON JS KINGa In commoerco
so the liver 18- khuig hi the humnan syi'8
tem. 'Wo cannot live in anyt peace
wIth this groat or'gaun diseased. T.o
)Ce It In conditIon 'to pi'rorm, Its
f'tnois, use Dr GIlder, Le i~oPills
The Aiglas aI
-honesty is tle best policy, b)ltjust
now there is but, littlo boom Inl it.
-A delicate item tells of a man who
"emigrated rather than explain certain
-"This is the rock of ages," said the
ilither iIler rockiig two houtrs and the
baby still iwake.
-All I Ild lia writer calls for a dell
ofit mince pi. It is a sort, of macada
Every stalwart is provided withi a
utlr's on'fit flor the purpose of quell
ing (i he neow rebellionl.
-A man who siokes anything but
iv-eent, ents( cig'ars at the present
I Ilie, is looked o1)011 its at slspicious
-"A tail that is tolled," reiarked
tlegate keeber whlIeni he caught a horse
by the conlu'1lsion, wlilehe intade the
rider pay tIe itre.
-When i 'ho corn is waving, Annie,
tAS k out witliout ear ;
Wih a hu1sky voice I'll wIhisper
Sweet. wNords inl your car.
-M. Spuegeon will not come to
this coinitryv ter all. Yet if* lie did
COMP, we Sulppose lie woulk como11o
'"after ill" lit colld get.
--1'rof. Tice,' says an excliamge,
"predies (liat the hot'tet.4 by hir is yet.
to come." That is what otir preacher
sa.N S, too.
It was an Ohio man who discover
ed tInat 1no iewsJAper proprietor ever
died froini swallowing a twenty
dollar gold pieve.
-1he hardt thiig in tie world for
a youig womaln to do is to look uuncon
Cerined the first time she 4ome11 out in a
handsoinm engageiielt. ringi.
-Sin yt Ihkiniis, whose wife frequently
sin tgS, (), l'or a lioualid tongu1',esi'
4.11in 1 i niiuple wht at she Wanlts with
I lluinn, as le canl lear her now ILIl over i
--:A good nam11e is rather. to li elhos
ell 1 lu,11 grea t. riches, its til hbo.k-k :ep
m. rentiarked, when lie adopted 1:. 111
ployer's auto tgrapl.
-Boy Wit2) donikey: "Co for a ride,
sire"' dJones: "Nice lgger I'd look on
tt doikey !" 1ov " Yes, sir; cut
botl. For I lonkey, I Should say, sir."
-A young lady's liat blow oll'onc
illorninrg alid wlv'as run over by a broad
wliV'Illeied artl. The ribbons wero
soile walilt. soiled, but (lie hat is now
the very lat est, f1'tll slipe.
-The sol of cltl'cl 1( and spiec deal
er' was ased ait. school w11hlere colee
('i2i1e lioini, -nd (Ile reply was: ''FalIth
e.r said I mntI tell, andl( he'll lick me
it' I do."
-First lad (spilefully); "Your
mnot her's got. red hair.'* -Second lad
(argtnent alt i vely) : "1 Well, IINv Iloth
er's hair is her owi and your mother
-A yoing lady up in lerkshire
counyi, Alass., wvas SItung on the lip
bv it bee, Ile ot her' day. We comariraL
u late aI lt. bev oin knowing just where
ithe hoiney was.
-A nil enbrtssed actor bounded on
(lie St age of' a Sait Ftraiicisco theatre,
ill scenie depietinig' i robbery in i hotel
oflice, fid Shotilel, "'(ag the sfte,
while I blow open tlie night clerk."
-A 1Iissouri druggist has been sent
to thie inislan 1syN.lam. .lis nam11e is
Sliss, and lie boys drove him crazy by
appearaling I went y-nline thnles at(11 dav'ail,
askinhg, ' How is Gliss. serene ?"
r'ic.s too longL atl every sltation ; not so
(lie with onie whis~ a~* block atway tand
continig rapIidlyv towards it whent the
--Old genitlemlan: "I shaill repjor't
you, young uii. Why didn't you
stop1 thle cari before? . lere 1 haive b~een
rinnunii g after' y'our carI morei thant a
block.'' oniduetor: '"All r'ighlt, guy
titter, eyes all1 over."
--I lashier, having had his portrait
('lim!t'td, iasks the opitnioin of' his frtienid
I Umbbs. ai retired hiouse-painter.
1 hahbs: ".Well, it's like you; but, if
youi'vo pid twenty-lIve piounids for it,
y'ou''ve been done. Why, there ain~'t
hialf a pounid of' paint o'n the whole
-ie iraell far, with huiirried air,
As. thlouigh biereft, ot' timie;
.And (ol all anmd cverywhtoro
- lIeI songht a sunny'climac.
lIe t' ravelled till, by' or'char'd fence,
W'll1 Iill w ith fruiit-trees prime,
Il Ied a111 youth, andl looking hence
.lie sawlI the sonniy climb..
-A tlmshionable g'arment enn now
lihiitd ma )c by takinig your1 hulsbanid's ul
ste'. dlreing it brlownI, cuitting oil' the
anid sew'iig ten cent~s wvorth of black
rutchinig aruoutnd t he neck. With
one of' these on a miiddle-sized wvomnnt
cant a1il int a live-cenit store withl the
air' ot' a Duchess.-.Mcqreor .News.
-It may be eminenly all ikht
downi by thle sea cost, bu't Oult s
here whlen aL young1 man vohtinteer's to
eniter'tin anl croling par'ty by) singing
"ai-gond(olied which he learned whien
abr)ioad," amd thent sings somiethiini
that all theo parlty learnied twenty years
bef'ore at, the prlhinar'y school, thev
don't kill him, but they say things
abioult him thtt niob)ody will over toll
him, and that lhe doesn't really to hear'.
-Th'le p~er'son who travels witht a
variiietyV troupe) amnd hiolds( anl apple onl
hib hiead for the ''stars" to shoot off'
witbhia ifle, sooner' or later goes to
the grave with a bullet, in lisa skull.
lien Btler' being out of politics now,
phapslt) hie couk(t1) beiesuaded to be anl
applhe-htolder' for a "'crack-shot." Thle
varietv tr'oupe might not 1)0 able to
paty air. Blutler as largo a ealary as he0
wld demandii~ but the amnounit could
be qiCkly made~i up by outside con
- A tathuer never' thinks huis teni-year
01(d son is stronger than a horse until
lih mploys himii to turn'i thle gindstonoe
to shiarpone an old axe that is about as
sharp at one end its the other. 'lThe
old mana bear's on until the lad's eves
hiang out and his trowsers' buckle files
off, and1( julst beforeo ho bursts a blood
vessel hi s fiathier encourages him with
the remark, "'Dos--it--turn.-very-.
hard ?" Thousands of boys have run
away fr'om home and become pirates
and greenbackers' in order to oscape a
second selge at the grindstone.- ro.
-Ini this moist anti variable ellmato
colds are the rutle rather thani 'the .eox
celption. Dr'. Blull's Cough Syrup Is
jtust thte remedy for every Qno -to take
wh~eni suflbr'ing f-otn a cough, cold or
any3 thr oat trouble.
Govot nor Ct-osswell of' Michigan,
hadapp~ointed 1FernanN 0, Ieamnan
U tetStates<Lonator . to J1 the
uiohd teum df'thp ilo al Can.
"OLD Si" CONsnDlas Till FALLING
STAIS AND JIAS DMOCurATIC IOPEs.
Ohi Si cano into the offico an(d laid a
small y tMow pamlphlet before our
"Now, dar's dis yeah'salminack wid
do boss an' d1 dragoon on de outlib
do IIAn in do menagery on (o inshie,
ill' do maize-face sun tin' oborytIng'all
reg'ilar, 'celinii' be proglostskashul
ditl'so humntin, fur?"
"6And what is that ?'1
"1Bout de shootin' stars--do nite ob
'forimanco i' do'our o do l'umina
"It is billed to coic ofy to-riorrom
night, at one o'clock In tho morning.
"'DOnl w'y didim't dey pt hit in di
niminaks? , But hit's till rite now dat I
kno's (10 prograimime."
"Do you intend to sit up and see the
"Dat I does! I I haint miss naryv will
sense 1833 onless hit war durin' ob d(
Wal ia' 'skiusiveless got ulp firde fotkes
oil do norf side of Alason and Dixuin'i
'(" These displays inust interest voil
"So I does; I gits nioughty Interest.
ed in 'oim,fur, yer sees, I fihis by d(
seezens, 1 plaits by do mtIoonl, I goes 0
fishin' wid (it) tide til' I maikei up Ilny
min' 'bout whar's gwine ter happin by
do waiy dt do stai's imoves I"l
"Then .you are a sort of a astrolo
ger Ill youi wl ays?"
"'Well, t don't kno' 'blout dat; I ruid
der. tiuk I'se on1 te fence joss at-dis time.
But Pso gwinlo ter watch demH Stars to.
Inctrow nite, 'halso cz dev timllble
darls gwinlo joss Scht1 or Illighty cIlIgc
in dis gub'nont, yer heith ine Dakr'
politics for (10 Iniliynn in den fatlint
stars now 1",
".llow do vou make out that start
"W'y,1I'sd watched 'en anl' ebery
tioi d1 stars lhez fell wid anything likt
gin0erality dar's foller'd er cihallgo h
(o gubment, sho'l De las' show'i
wiiz in 1866 till' Aidv Johnson was
President, hit. den conic 'long e(1 'puh
licamns wid ('ratnt aln' jess fI'rly Cleanie(
d deck I De tim iez com'11 fer (It
nex' show'r, an' de chming ar' jess be
hin', hit, lemme tell yeor I"
"And what sort of change will il
"1 Dar now I I gib it i), fell do show'i
paisses. All' (lol I won't kio'I Kiatsi
d dimocrats hez got kongress, d pub
licals got de President, (e- greenback
ers got do goose, anti' darfo' dar's nc
tellina' which Wtav d change ire om1
im' I )o bes' co lShun I kin gi
now ir-' ter I ink de bigger do fall ob stalr
(e bigg "er'l he dedimocratItijority iex
yeah if Ain't(dat yo' han'?"
We agreed that j'as I le size of tlc
A STMING S-ronty.-"Not long ago,'
says the London Daily Telegraph, ''a
well knownt collectori of curiositiew
in Paris, who0 lald devoted eoisider
able sum1s of money to th) gathering
together of' banmk notes ofill conllltrie
andl([ all valutes, became the possessor ol
a Bank of England five pouind note tc
which anll nuisully strange story was
attached. This not was paid into a
Liverpool moelatit's 61f1c in the or
dinary way (if business sixtv-ono year's
ago, and its receip!entf, the cashkr o'
tIe ,lem, while holding it uip to the
light to test its gelluineless, noticed
some faint ret marks upon it which, oi
closer examiiation, proved to be semi
efieed words, scrawled in blood be
tween tile p.rintod lines. an! d upjIoni tile
blan~k mnargini o' thle note. Extraor'di
nar'y pains were to decipher' theOse p~art
ly oblitera'mted characters, and eventui
ally tile fooinllg senltence was miade
out:-"It1'th"e note sh~ould fall inito tihe
hanilds ofJohn~ Dean, of' Long 1lill near
Calisle, he wvill learn here'by thiat hisi
brother is lanlguishling at pr'isoner3 in
Algiers." Mr'. Dean11 wa~s pr'omptly
communliiicaited withI by theO h ~ole of
the 1101e, and1 i! i h e an'ed to the gov'ernl
menC~t of theO day for aissistanceL ini his
ende~lav'or to obtin.l his broter's re
whoe, it, subsequenltly t1apeared, hlad
traced the aibove senitenlce with a splinl
ter' oft wood dipped in his own blood,
had1( beenl a slaive to tile 1)ey of Algiers
for-eleven years, when~ his5 strlainge 11i1
siv'e first aittraicted attenitionl inl a Liver-~
1p0toollcoutinlg house. Ilis faml~ily' and1
f'rienlds ha~d 10ong believed htim 'aad
Evellnally his bmro: er, with the aid1 o1
thle liritishi authlorities ill the Mediter
1rneanl, sulcceded ill ranminlllg hlim
from thme D)0y and br'oughit hlim homel
to En~gland, where, however, ho did
not sur'vive his reolease, his conIsti ult ion
havimig 1been irre'para'mbly inijuredO by ex
poQsure, privationls an~d forced labol' in
the Decy's galleys.
B Y v'irtue of sundry executions to nm
directed, I will oflfer for sale, bet' ,r
the court- honse door in Winnsboro, on
the fist Monday in December next, with.
in thle legal hlours of sale,- to the higheost
bidde~r, the following-described property,
All that plantation lying in Fairfll
county, contain'ing oNE niUNDRtED AND
5EvEN AChES, more or less, and bounded
on the north by lands of the Estato of
Wm J. Shllon, south by lands of Wmii.
Kerr, west by tands of Elizabeth Daw.
kinis;containing dlwelling house and out
buiildingsi. Levied on as the property of
Wam. J. Sholton, at the suit of Sarah
'I. I oid an d others.
Terms of sale--CASH.
JOHN B3. DAVIS,
Sheriff,s OfficeS. F. C.
Winnsboro, 8. (O ,
nov. 16. 1879.
At the late residence of Wmn. J. Shelton,
on the first Tuesday alter sale-day In De
cember next, between the legal hours of
saile, the following-described property, to
The household and kitchen farniture
consisting of beds, bedding, chairs, ta
bles, wvardrobes, one wagon, one crossent
saw, and othler articles Lsvied upon at
the propeorty of Wm. J. Shelton, at-the suit
of ara E.1bid.
JOHN B. DAVIS,
Sheriff's Office, 8. F. Cl.
Winnsboro,- 5. 0.,
Nov. 16, 1870.
T lE following section of an Ordl
nlance passed on the 1st of March,
1878, Is- published by order of' Cotnneil1
SECTIzON VI. Be It thirther or'dained
.That ally person 0)or ronls who shal.
rull, ride or drive any horse or hlo're
at a rapid r'ate throngh any of the
streets, or shall r'Idoor drive upon any3
of tile side walks of sald .streets, os
shall hli n horse or mule to anfl
fence or poat in such tt way as to, ob
str uct said side walks, shall be fined
fkom one dol~to twenty dollars. It1
eaoh case, addording to the dIserdfti
of the Xtinlt nt. '
The Pollce haid odere to arrest &ll
tlolator's of his O'inam--o
combining in thoril inho udrtio I_*r
A oplo, whichis recognized by physiciane
r.s a hubtituto for caloniol, possodsing all
tno virtuos of thItt mineral, without Its
AS AN ANTI-BILIOUS
they are incomparable. 'They_.stimulate
the_ TOLt'.r LIVEt,_ invigorate tho
IVTLV TE~,and giVe tones to
thioi.1O15L.J11 OA~0 &,oroatiig per
foot digoatIonandi thorough assaitnilation
of food. 'Thoy exert a powerful influenc
on tho IINEYS and LInVR, ani
throuah thosieoroians I lmovo ali inipuri.
tiea;, thus vitiz iing tho ticsof the body
and onusiug a loalthy eon Lion of tho
fS AN- AWTI-MLARIAL
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as a provvitivo and cure for MIlions,Re
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lolly, 14 ltii 1 the humn race,
IS THE BANSME
of the presont generation. It is for the
Cur of this disease and its attelnants,
M. 6lAA0 qE-- --7iV0 USAN.ES-E_8
1ON DEUN Y, CON T1ATION PLGE6 &c.,
liavo gained such a wido spreadreputa-.
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redtha retso spoeily nd tesityon
thedia-estiv or;;auis givin tihoi n tone
andvit-rtoasm mn-ito food. 1i'his being
alccomnliehed, of course the
NERVOUS SYSTEM IS BRACED,
THE BRAIN IS NOURISHED,
AND THE CODY ROBUST.
B:einn compoe:od of the juices of plants
extraoted)byj'worui chemical agen
oies,rtu proparcd in a concontrated
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sold by Druggists througiout the world.
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BL.ACK b~y a vinglo npllention of t iis DYE. it. m.
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asi Ilsn s sspring water. Sold by Druggists, or
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CLERK'S SAL E.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUflTY OF FAIRFIELD,
Lucy Caldiwoll, Plaintiff, vs. Mary L.. Nel
son and Others, Defendants.
TN pursuance of an order of the Court
.1of Common Pleas, made in the above
stated case, I will offer for sale before
the court-house doer in Winnetoro, on
the first M~onday in December next, with
in the legal hours of sale, at public out
cry, to the highest. bidder, the following
ing described property, to wit:
All that 1)iece, parcel or tract of land,
lying being and situate in the county
of Fairfld, in the State of South Caroli
na, containitig rIVM nUNDnED AND TITVT
AOn~s, more or iless, and bounded as fol
lows: on the north by lands lately of
Thomas Anderson, on the east by lands
of John Harrison and Israel lByrd, en the
south by the publio road leading from
Winnsboro to Kipocaid's Bridge, and on
the West by said p~ublio road and by
lands lately belonging to the said Thoa
This land has been divided into two
tracts, of which a plat will be exhibited
en the daycofsale, and the tracts will be
sol spartey. heplat may be 42
TERMS OF SALE:
One-third of the purohase.money be.
paid in cash, the balance in two equal
annual instalmnentefromi defy'bhl4, with
ihterest from the, day of Sale, patable an.
rnally', the purchbser to give for the said
balance q bend seoured b smgaeof
th% palises, al ~tpa ya~l
Y SPLA OF NEW GOODS!
ECOND new arrival this season in Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes,
Clothing, Crockery, Glassware, &W. 1 &c., wbch ho bought cheaper thau
Dress Goods in all the now and desirable shados, Cashioners, Crepe Cloths
and a big ('iv in Basket Dress goods at 12jc.
An elegant line of Cassimores, Jeans, lIed -antd White Flannels, Blankets,
94 and 10-4 Shootings, and P. C. Cotton.
I ani.still selling the Peidniont Factory Goods at the old price, iotwith
standing the recent advance.
CAIVCOES I CALICOES II CALICOES Il! CALICOESI!!!
Best brands in fancies at 7o.
A very nico line of Cloaks, Shawls, Sacques, &c.
Ued Tickings conpnencing as low as 'c. up to A. C. A. at 20 to 25c.
NOTIONSI NOTIONS! I NOTIONS!!! NOTIONS I!!
An elegant line at prices beyond oonietition.
My Shoe Departnent is complete, and purchased at rock bottom prices, and
will be (sold very low for Cash.
Something very clheap) In Glassware and Lamps.
I rcspectfully invite the, ladies to inspect my stock befbro purchasing else
where, and coimpa1r- prices.
Sonhething new in Vases-a bl drive.
I invite an inspection of the a ove goods, which I will sell at live and jet
live prices. -
Js Zz. IIVNlAUH,
LEADER OF LO I PR ICES,
WUE havs now open, and will soll as low as any reliable house in town
our second supply of Fall and Winter Goods.
1 case Fruit of the Loom Long Cloth..
25 pieced other brands of Long Cloth.
1 case Bessbrook Jeans.
75 pieces assorted Jeans and Cassineros.
50 pieces new style Prints.
Dress Goods, Alpacas, Mohairs, Cashmeres.
Blankets, white and colored, Flannels, Linsays, Ginghams,'Brontj
Homespuns, Plaid Homespuns, Drillings, Osnaburgs, Bad Ticking, Hick
ory Shirting, Cotton Flannels.
Comforts, Shawls, Cloaks, Boulevard Skirta.
A full supply of white and colored Dress Shirts, Undershirts and
Drawers, Bleached, Brown and Colored Half Hose.
Clothing and Hats.
Overcoats I Overcoats ! ! Overcoats !
For the ladies we have a nice stock of Undervests, Hosiery, Gloves,
Ruffling, Collars and Cuffs, Edgings ank Insertions, Ribbons, &c.
The "Pinafore," "Juna," "Pride" and "Beatrice" Corsets.
White Goods, such as Nainsooks, Jaconets, Cambrics and Lawns.
For houso-keepers, we have a full line of Table Damask, Doylies,
Towels, Bleached and Brown Sheetings.
Notions in great variety.
Ladies' Misses' and Children's Shoes.
Men's, Youths' rtnd Boys' Boots and Shoos.
Trunks, Valises, Satachels, and Umbrellas.
In our Grocery Department can be found everything needful at low
We cordially invite an inspection of our stoek, feeling assured that we
can please. F. ELDER & CO.
OUR NEW DRY GOODS AUYERTISENENT
VYE have just received a new and large supply of DRY
GOODS, consisting of all kinds of Cloaks, from the very cheap..
est to the very finest.
Ladies' Sacks and Skirts, in great var ety.
25 dozen very fine imported Children's and Misses' Hose.
All kinds of Ladies' and Misses' Merino and Woolen Vests
Boys' and Children's Merino Skirts--sometbing new.
Ladies' Scarfs, from the finest to some at five nonts each.
25 picces Black and Brown Worsted at ten cents per yard.
10 dozen children's Gloves at five cents a pair.
Ladies' Shoes-a great variety.
Ladies' Felt Hats-latest styles.
Blankets in great variety.
SUGENHEIMER & GROESCHEL.
THE ELEPHANT HAS COME,
-WITH A FRESH STOCK OF
FALL AND WINTER G0DDS,
WINNSDORO DAY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, AND MILLINERY
We take pleasu e in antonnelrg to our friends afd the pubio generall
that we are now opesing the finest and M, ost' om Pete assortment of Far,
and Winter Goods, inoluding Fawoy and Staple C 0oods, 4ll the latest
stylke of Millinery, Ladies' Dress godA .-)Wncy obdh and CTfiamIng *
1% QONE 02X 11 ,
'PRODa ER9Tx A LEdl