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WNO.. A. AT.Y ./L1. .mfl.'idTs nrwron.
Ta. ,Pennivinlua Radiricaloi pIate
worn each other out n the r 'onatori
al tilt, and both sides Are anxious fur
a compromise. Still-nobody has been
'oWxLixo's visait to.Mentor, at the
special lnvitation of Garfield, has
created a very amusing flurry Isi Radi
. cal circles, and whilo the stalwarts
lave pluuked up fresh hopes the refor
mers, so-cialled, who expected to have
a monopoly of the flesh pots, are cor
respondinaly depressed. Outsiders
care nothing about it, except ina8nueh
as they believe that a remanding to the
reair of Conkling and his gang is essen
tial to the welfare of the country.
The Funding Bill.
The Funding Bill has pIassed the
Senate by a majority of twenty votes
substantially as it came over from the
House. The rate remainsat three per
cent., and the time is not lengthened.
Efforts are makingto.procure a veto,
but the majority in *a'lh branch was
so large that the President will not
comply with the request. Great dli
Versity of ophliin -appears to exist
among so-eilled fnanolers -as to the
success of the attempt to place these
bonds at par. itufus Hatch, one of the
Wall Street wolves, roundly charges
Congress with having laid the basis ol
a fearful panie through the withdraw
al of bills by the National Banks rath
er than buy these bonds to secure cir.
cntation- On the other hand, "the
good Mr. Hatch," of the solid firm of
Fisk & Hatch, believes there will be
no trouble whatever. His firu will
take as many millions as they can get.
These views pretty fairly show the
difference In views of the wild-cai
speculators and the solid business men
Great Britain Is much interested 1i
this experiment of floating a three pei
cent. loan at par, as consuls of that
nation haiie never reached that poi
but twice. One of the leading journ
als says that America I making a bol
leap for the financial mastery, and i:
succeeds, none can contenid againsi
her; if she falls, great mortituiatioi
ust. be the result. The funidinig bil
IS virtu1lyV R Democratie 1masure, 11m1
itssuccess will be fleatheri ili h ca.
of [he party. Its faiikire would b<
equally bad for the Democrats and th<
country at large. Let us see.
Drought and Yrot.
A well known Bitish ccitist. Mr.
E. J. Lowe, ha; recenfly ptibiehed v
-comnpilationl of all recodedC~ glreat
freezes and~c drought s of history, from
the second century after Chi-t to tihe
as baes of a general la w, lie in-a
do wntlhecrulpecat hrea glofougs l.
ually ben rceedb gr frosts
of greater or les oveity. Ths
phenoin~ena generally. occri eee
of eleven yea rs. Th 'furth ll dh and
sixth years of~ these cycles5 are as a ruie
not marked by any eyxtreme ot' dr.
It will be remuembere~d that (he spots
on1 tihe sun, inicrease ami diilii ish inl
cyces of the same11 d urain nal tl hat
years, and if Mr'. Lowe's theorv lbe
correct, it goes a good way toward;
F establishi ug a relhd ion bet weenm great
mfeteorological phieinmena onl tile
earith and tis period of sull activitv.
Whatever be the truth as to the ilngthI
of the cycle Or uniormity in the re
currence of drought, Mr. Lowu lhas
pretty clearly shown connelctionl be
tween freezes and dIroughlts. In our
Own experiencee the winter of 1879 w as
* exceedingly dry, and the past winter
* excessively cold. If'Mr. Low~e's theory
* ~ be correct thmere is cause to apprehei
* a dry summer tis year, and1( here
again, hl thle floods of thle past two
mloniths, is found corruborationl of the
England suffered f-onm a fearful
drought in 1870. The past winter has
beeni marked with cold almost unpre
cedonted, and thIs year Is the eleventh
usice 1870. Mr. Lowe believes, then,
that England may expect a severe
-d We are toldlalso by astronomers thlat
the sun hlas just entered a period of
"I unusual activity, and that great nmag
netic fluctuations have occurred onjthe
earth's surface. The man11 in tile moon
has not yet begiun to cut any didos,
and the comet has niot yet fallen upjoni
tile earth. For thes~e mercies we are
Iitankful. Still it Is well to be dubl)
one5, anid not put too mfuchl reliance in
the apparent ey!dences of prosp~erity.
Care exercisedi at plresent may~l avert
Iluanlcial disaster ill the wvinter if' the
- . predilctedI drought shouild come ; and1(
* it will do no hatrm if Mr. Lowvo amid
liother Shlipton alike prove to be false
1'1J T2ENN E jsjE L YNVVIIING.
Detaits of the Crimo hieh Was go Fear.
Termefor wvhich the five negroes
werie lynched inm Spring liehl, TJonnles..
see, by a mob t hat Invadel~id thle courit
* - ~ house, was thme bmrutal multrder oft a
bachelor farmer mnmed Lapradehi, whow
lived alone on is farm near Sadi.ms.
$ i'ville, Ilobinson county, about a mlilec
away.from any lleighloor. ile led a
nu. ghmbors Iinfer-red thatme hadw 1monev.()l
The leport waseC icurrent th1:1linhe o n'l
is two brthr hadie Calen hei1 r.
$9,000 a fe~w daysim eo
A party of' ill1c negroes wentI to hi
hince on the night of Septmber 8, e
188t). Gohg in: the roar of his ClWelt- t
Ing, o1m of threntknocked at the dtot 1
6.'4d, fiiitatlnf Ih Voice of L4nprad.s .I
brother, aik i.g" adutission, - Luprae4o
opioeod th& doop' vitltoiut thought of I
-~arr TUR WORi OP DEMONS,
The ninte black fiekide ruslhed in upon t
him, knocked him down and then de
man1111ded all his money. He gave them
86, saying tlat was all he had. This
but enraged ll-i assailants. Throwin I
it ropeaaround his. neck thoy dragge
him around Ihis grounds, hanged him I
to tihe linih of a tree repeatedly until a
lhe was almost unconscious, singed his I
body with torches and lacerated and 1
uiililated hin with knives in the en- I
deavor to compel him to admit that he
had concealed noney, but always with c
the same result. I
Finally, made desperate by their re- I
peated failures to extort from him the 1
place ofconmceahlieint of his supposed t
wealth, Itho demons proceeded to still s
ipore Inulmnan tortures. With the t
rope ha was dragged about the yard, 1
mid nmireless outrages were committed v
upol his person. Finally, his legs C
were cut and backed, and th tendons I
torn from their places from the knee c
down. Their his skull was crushed i
with anr axe, after which the body was r
hidden uder some bushes In a neigh- v
THE CRtMP. DISCOVERED. t
Two nights later two of them car- I
ried the body to a sink hole twenty t
feet deep, whero it was found two
weeks afterward through the agency
of air alleged "fortnre teller." S1.e told
a ua named David Allen how the
crimeo was comnitted, and that the
body had been thrown into the sink
hole where it was found. This woiaur,
who was considered a sort of witch in
the neighborhood, had evidently been
told by some of the negroes what they
TtIltE TS OP LYMMnx.
The discovery of tie murder caused I
intense exciteirent throughout the ad
joining neighborhood, and threats of t
lyrnchinrg were freely made againt the
murderers so soon as they ,nould he
a pprnenreinded. Suspicion Cell upon Jim i
Higgins, and atfter being imprisoned I
some days lie made a cont'esslon in- I
plicatirig his associates, who were ar- I
rested. Iliggins, who nas an old nre
gro, was taken out and his feet burn
ed until, in his agony, ie is said to
have given the details of the Laprade
inurrder. The prisoners, including I
Iliggirs, were brought to the Nash- I
ville jail. Higgins had oine of ihis feet I
anuiputated and subsequently died in
THE FIRST LYNCHING.
Four' nlights after extorting the con
fessionr fromli iggins, namnely-on tire
irght. of Se pteber 15-two of the
mur'derers Bell and Jarnieson, were
taken from the Springled jail anrd
lyneled. Oin the samire rnight a white
m111n nramned tamrrsev was shot to death
in his cell. le hadl been confined for
shooting a Miss Iolt, whom he began
to perseicute onr iecouint of her ngCrage
rmrent with aniotler person.
Anr altempt to lynch the nmrderers
was made a few davs beforo court I
Ine, bt on the pr'omise that they
would he prosected immediately tire
!ncher. disbanded. No further trou
ble was apprehelnded, anrd Ihe Irrob had
n1, tr ou)mble ill 0verpowerinirg the sheriflf
an hi an ginrg the ciminrals from tine
piza shas alreadybeenr detaIled.
Ago--.Thre Not Resau to tho LosIig Dc
Fromn the News and Courier.
Tis inisti tutiorn Ihas f1nally been 1
wound up by the dischrarge or the
Trustees and Commruir tee of' Cr'editors,
undr~er an or'der' of thne Unrite l States
C.our't, on the 4Ith of' Februar'y, 1881.
T1he B~ank hrad been conducted withr
great suc'es~s and beneit to tihe coin
rimunity, chritly by fthat able financire',
C.JhnB. Palmtuer', whenci, in 1873.
tainrdvntage of i-he gernerarl tinanr-i
cialI(H dtr'ess oft the counrtry,. a runr wvas
prI'eipitated by JT. L. WVat son, and~ ini-t
s.olvirecy proceedirgs wvere hand, in tire
itieblrand. Circuit Court, fu'r thre pur
jpose of placinrg tire B~ank ini the hranrds I
of' J. L. Neagle, as R~eceiv'er, a lai Bankc
of' thme State.
'To dfeantti rekn scheme e
1oim iand Mc.~Jaster & LeConrte
were employed, aird threy at once took i
steps to pnlace thme cor'poration in smirk- t
mruptcy. Judge Ca rpenrter adjudged (
listo be in corntemipt. of' hris Court, aind
ussnmirg ani attachrinenrt disbarred threse I
attornreys. Thelreuporn C'olonrel Rion r
wans eimp~loyed, who, appearinimg foir a i
New York elient antd as anr attornmev in d
theo United Stales (Court only,' was'be
yornd tire ireach of' thIe State Corrt. He i
applied to JugeBra, whro promnpr- y
ly grant ed anr injunictiorn against thre a
plarrntitl' and all executive oflicers of't
the State Court. From this irnunctionr i
arn appeal was taken to Judge Bound, a
andi a hnear'ing had ini Charleston
Judge Magrath, C. D). M1elton anrd \. in
H.T Trescoit appearinmg foer the i'nrisdic
tioni of the State Cour't, and Col. Rion, e
Jos. D). Pope and Col. McMaster' for' v
the Bankrunptcv jurisdiction. Judge o
Bomnd, in air able dlecisionr, sustained b
Judge Bryant's actionr arid vinrdicated m,
the course taken by the attoneys whio v
had been disbar'red. Tire Surpreme e
Court of tire State subsequently r'ever's- di
ed tire dhnbarmnact, of tire emnrinernt
counsel, ith whom all the good citi- A
zenus of the Stato lhad been deeply sym- hi
Th'le corp~oration beinrg thurs safely
out of the Slate Court, thre pmroceedings e
in Bannkimuptcy' were Superseded by tire ti
appoiitinent of' the followinrg gentle- A
mren of' hrigh stanrdinig as a cormmnittee 'i
of cr'editors: Sam. M c~owm'n, Jos. B. ~
Kershraw, L. J1. Joines, 1. 1). W'the'- a
Spoon, Isamac M. Bryvan, Roht. E. t
John Meihraii, Louis D). DeSanssure, y
Th'los. B. ih'aser, Samr. Dibblo, Jas. II. [
Th'ie last fiveo of thmese wvere cornstitutt- r
ed an Execurtivo Boiard. D~r. Jlohni a
Fishner .was selected ans Trustee, arnd, e
nupon his dleath, he was succeeded by
Col. Louis LeConte.
The administration of the committee c
has developed tire fact that the Banrk e
w'ams irn a sol vent conrditjin whlen tire
attack was mnarde. For, notwithstand. E
irng tire forced sacri liee of .good assets, t
the. great expense of Bnkru ptcy and a
lit igationr, aind tire large amrournt. of (
debts tiat hand to be paid in full, being 3
secure'd by collaterals pledged, three a
Ihia beei n id in all $370,543 to dep~os. 1a
itons, bhlig fiftny-six per ceint. of thecir
chaime. Beside.s this, a sutm $2,533 was
paid into fire United Slates Court, as 1
dmvdends inot oiled for, anud $299 were a
p~aidl in as a surplus to pay fInal Court c
'The Commrnittee of Creditors ma -,6
pcrhlar , eu imtha thewee ra... .- ..
d upon by the Legistature, three 'of
hto eim or having been made 4udgeq
1 ig th'r admit stratiou, but! ibgy
0 'to w W o otler mishap.
lie .is of the Citizens' Savings
3hmk cado V ents 4 bright oxceptiol
othe usua result of wiuding up Sav
ngs Pavsk*,lni speaks volumecs for'
hie Rat,ad Integrity of the Trtistees
nud the Committeee.
THE arico2aa oAPOoTH.
Inbounded Pralse Froa Engab *Ennale
--"A Triumph Over all Obstaoies.o
LONDON, February 19.-Booth has
ch1oved aniother marked success in.
(Ing Lear. Tho critics, who at tirst
vere cold and sovero, are now almost
Inmparing in their praise. Great cur[
sity is aroused as to his acting in
very new character In Iwhich 1he ap
iears. The Pall Mall Gazettd last,
light said: "No En glisl-spoakI)g
los is master of a niethod so fine as
hat of Booth. This fact was never
hown more clearly and Indisputably
han in the later scenes of King Lear.
Phese were exquisitely touching. By
dmirably subtle tralits the Influence of
id associations upon the brain were
ndicated. The light of thought and
ibservation was fi tfully revealed by
neans of faculties too weak to trais
it a consecutive message and wild
.Ad inco hereit fancies Interrupted the
ecords of past experience. III pathos
ho scenie was herrowing. Fromi this
woint the art of the actor tritimpled
ver all obstacles. In the delivery of
he lines commoncing, 'Pray do not
nock mc,' the culminating point of
he Derioranllce was reached, and the
ludieclco was thiriy carried away by
nithusiasml.." T'ilBaturday Jteviewv
ayua "Booth's King Lear thus far
urpasses any performance which he
ias given to a London audience. It is
rue is Io single quality diq)layed in
t of the pOssession of WIv)ich he has
tot before given evidenne, b4tt on no
ormer oicasion has so much been de
danded of Nib at once. On no former
ecasion has his genius been so anflag.
ing. The word 'genius' is one against
he too bounteous use of which we
iave often protested. There aie few
vords whici lose their value inore by
ieing scattered broadcast. If we hail
iesitated to apply it to Booth's acting
>efore Ie had appeared as Othello and
ling Lear we .should have hesitated
lt loeftcr after hie had done so. In his
'endermg of both characters there was
tpparent that native sense of grait
leur and poetry which not even the
uighest talent can achi ye, but a coml
>inatioln of which with all that the
lighest talent can acquire iI the direc
Ion of art and artifice may certainly
)e said to deserve the name of genius.'
low Spoopendyke Ate Sardinos Undor Dif
[From tho Brooklyn Eagle.]
"Look here, my dear," said Mr.
3poopendyke, tossing over the laces
Uld ribbons in his wit's bureau draw
w, "what's become of the can opener?
L don't see it anywhere."
'What do you want of it?" asked
Mrs. Spoolpendyke, fluttering II) to
)rotect- her trinkets., and trying to gain
t lit tle timei..
"I want to open some sardines with
t," retorted Mr. Spoopendyke, aban
loning the drawer and hunting
Jirough the work basket. "Thik I
svanited to comb my hair withl it? Im
Iginle I wanlted to write a letter with
t ? WIell I donl't, I wanit sonme sar
"Th'le Jarge blade isjulst the ting for
Mr. Spoopendy'ke seized tile knife
11n( bored away at oneC corneir of tile
ox.5 while his wife looked on wvithi
"Iindni't you bettecr put a paper un1
ier tihe box ? You'll get the oil all
>ver the table cloth," sulggestedI Mrs.
''No, I woni't either," said Mr. Spoe.
)endylke, as5 the kniife lunllged throuigh
11nd the oil spalttered. '"Serve you
ighit it I did," lhe conitinued, plough
tig anway at the tiln, while the grealse
hew i ll diireci ionis. "'It wvold
eiachi you to putL the can openCler wvhere
-n1 coul~d find It. What kind of
iouse-keeping dto you call thids, any
ow ?" lie yeiled, as the blade slipped
eut and1( closed upl onl his fingers.
"'l)id yout hulrt yourself; dlear?" ask
(d Mlrs. Spoodendyke, antxioulsly.
Jr. Spoopendvke. "Th~e ciod 1(asted
aife struck the bone, or I wonld haLve
'een deaid wvith agonyv all hiour ago'.
~ive mec some ether!I" 1he howled.
Fet ch .meC some1( Chloroformni I 'p)ose
mi goling to sawv at this box any
lore without all anaxsthtetie? 0ot an
kit I'mi goin~g to chip oftf at couple
(Izen fingers without, something to
cadenl tile pain)? Where's the langht
ig gas? Give mec some lanighling gas
hlileI I extract t hese measly old fish,"
nid Mr. Spoopendyke praliced aroun'id
ic room, and1( thlen jolbbed tile knife
Ito thet b)ox again, itil ripped away
5 though lie w1 as run by steam. "'No
se to hid1e away from 'me," he veiled,
'lekilg at the box with all hlis 'mighit.
I know youl are in ther'e, and there
can't. any dod gasted sardine that ever
ras built get away from me. Come
utt, I tell yell!" and lie seized a fish
y the tail and slung 1111m across the
30ml. "You art) transacting businless
rill Spoopendyke now!I" and he
Illawed out a hlandful of mashled sear
ines and1( shlpped them on a plate.
"W'onl't you. sp)oil 'emi, dlear?" asked
Ir's. Spoopenidyke, dodging the flying
cads and1( tails. "'They won't be vrery
00(d if yonopenCl 'emn thait way."
''Oh, wvon't they ?" hlowled Mr.
l)oPendyke. "If you doni't like 'cm
lint, way, wvhat'd you ask then for?
Inlyhe you wvant mei to take 'em out,
I a baby carriagea P'raips vOll hlave
ot anl ideat I ought. to climb 11inder 'emi
nd( lift 'ern out. MalybeO you i alnt mec
)get inito that box with a beat and
Ike 'em out with a seinie. Well, I
~on't3 I tell y e. Give meo lie tongs.
wan't that fishliat tihe biottom;
here's the tOngs? Gone to get, mar
iCed to 1( heCall openler, haven't ,thevy?"
1n( Mr. Spoloen~dyke grabbed' andtha
r' flsh anid fired him into tile grate.
"Blatet mly dlear," Sid -Mrs.
'Poopendlyke, soothlingly. "Make the
pemnlig a little wider, and. they'll
"Ain't [ patient ?" shouted Mi'.
~poopendyvke. "I'raps y'ou waiit inc
I) sig to 'em1, 'I wish I wvas anl anigel
.nd-. withl the--' dlod gast the fish I
.onme 0ot1. of that !" and with a wrench
Ir. Spookenmdvko hlalled of1f tile top
nd disce sed tile amanid ed remainls of'
is enemies. "Nw 'v me alemon -
niek, no0w," "og~
"Upon my word, my deair, I don't
ellieve there's a lemon in the house,"
tamnmered Mrs.;8poopendyke. I hind
"0,,you had one!I" proclaimed Mrf.
Poopendvke, "onlyr yout'r'e j st ouit.
fyou'd been bronght up r'iight, you'd'
only need as nitg and a fimly oi
the top f11o be a grocery sholi
S'pose I'n1 1h0 to oat these eardinles
raw? Thuin I na going to Awallow
these fish al ve? G1Um) something to
p u t o n 'e l i e I ! ' .e_
"What w y&.~ou like, my dear?"
qiteried-Mrs. 0 ' ir4vke.
"Ink, dod gt It" .0itch mo sono
measly inki N oV anly-nails? Can't
YO [id sominti nuin 59ewhee ?"
anTi Mr. Spy0 ykip projceqi.
self Into th91 - -And - pesneed out
with a bottoA o- arnica. "There," - ho
liowled,: as '-- dashed.. the contents
over the tardinis) "there's your fish all
ready for yot, and the neat time yon
want me to open.the things, you have
a leinon, V'ill ye? Find a can opener,
won't ye?" and Mr, Spoopeud yke flop
ped into his easy chair and picked kp
a papel'. -
"Don't vou mIit .some of the fish?'
asked Mrs. .poopendyke, after a long
"No, I don't," gro.wle4 Mr. Spoop
"l3ut tisis a 6.esh box," said lrs.
Spoopendyke', displaying the sardines
in neat layero.
"HIow'd you get it open?" denand
ed Mr. Spoopendyke.'
- "With the call ppener," replied his
vwie--"I fornd it in . your tool box-,
where you put it to sharpen it.! .
"Maybe.1 puit the lemon -in there to
sharpen that, too," grunted Mr. Spoo
pOend yko, pegging away at the box and
looking up wFth has muonth 11111, but
recognizing the taste of vinegar. he
inade some t'enrks about sone )eo
ple only needing a handle and a cork
to be a'Fortbilitus jug, and haviiig
finished the lot, he demanded why his
wife hadn't asked for 'em if she want
ed some, and went to bed with some
incoherent observations on the ab
surdity of folks sitting around liko
martyrs with fish within reach.
STORY OF A MERaID.
The mermaid whichserved to help
Barnun on to fame and fortun ais a
showman, about forty years ago,
caused a great deal of talk at the time.
Barnuin now tells the story, according
to the correspondent of the t ifldianapo
lis Journal: . Moses Kimball cate
1lVomn Bostoan with what ho declared
was a genuine nermaid. The lower
)art was the tail of1a shark or some
argo fisi, but the upper part, was not
of wonian's foran by any manier of
meanis. It was a hideoins head and
shoulders- apparently otsone sort of
ape. Pretty soon a letter was written
fiann Mobile to the Herald with the
announmcetnent that, a m11an had landed
there frotn the Sandwich islands,
bringing a genuine inermaild. It. had
not been seen and would not be ex
hibited, for it wasont its way to the
Lon don zoological gardens. This was
copied All over the country. In anmoth
or week a letter front Cha'lestonI an
nounced that the wonder had arrived
there oil its way to New York, wheiee
it would sail to London. A inore de
tailed account of the wonderful crea
ture was given.: This served to swell
the cuiAositv. EIrom1 Baitimore came
still other letters ; and then I sent any
manl to Philadelphia. carrying .the
mermaid in a close box. lie put up
at tile best hotel, and enitivated the
landlord. To hini, just as lie was pay
ing his bill and leavilg, lie Conlfided
the Secret that he was the Englishimiau
who had caught the merinaid. "Now,
see here," said the landlord, '"you
mulast let mue see it.'' A tfler mauch per
jJ~rinaid hunter yielded.
er*s.' A fter imneih impJortunilityV the
weak Uritisher* yielde d, and a limuited
exhibition was pernmittcd. Thme Phiha
delphia papers blazed with it next
mnorni ng. Tfhe' next (dav it was
brouight to New York, andl the same
per'formance was gone through with
at time Astor house. The pape~rs were
full of it and the eit was all agog..
Thousands floeked to see it, buLt no0 ex
hibitiona was allowed, except -to re
lPorters. 1 was hot kniowni in conneeC
tionl with it until the proper time.
--J. R. Cairns. Sherifl' of' Lenawee
Co., Mich., says: I have worn) an
"'Onlyv Luing Pad" for Bronchial dif.
fienl'ies, andt have not, been) trouibled
with a cough nights since wena imng it.
-See AdV' .
E 3HEJ~ firm of Desportes~ & Monts i.s this
., (day IInfally dissolved by limitation,
T he accounts against the cojncern must
be presented immediately and those in
debted are requestod to make prompt se.
tleament. Mr. U. G. Desportes is author
ized to receipt for the same.
U. G;. DESPOtREs,
Jamuary 1, 1881.
INSURE .YOUi P'ROPERTY.
HE olowig-anmed good comp; an i s
are represewnted b'y the Inlersigned:
Ihe Liverpool. London & Glob'. thea Um.
derwi iters', the Germiania. the' Manhar, tan,
the Watlertown. the Potersburg tavings
Company, the Niagara.
The rates on dwellings are unrcs
dently low. Office at Messrs. J 1' Mc
Master & Co.'s 0. R. THIOMPSON.
Jan 29-2aw vlm
13Yv'r''i"o'a -v--r--t n lien tom-e
iJ directed, I will ci'orr for sale, before
the Coua't Honmdo door in Winnsboro,
8. C., on the. first Monday in Marcha
next within the legal hours of msale, for
cash, the following described property,
One bale of cotton, levied upon as the
ro mrt f H, W. Owens and Peter
hec-y, aitjho suit of Jno. 0. Swvgert &
Co., Agens. JNO. D). McCARLIEY,
Sheritff'sa 001ce, 8. 1". C.
Winsbhoro, 8. C., Februay1,1t
feb 22 -ay1,1t
B Y virtnmo of an exceut ion to rme di
rectoed, I will offor for nato, before
the Court Hlouso door ina Winnisboro,
S.. ., oni the first Moniday in March
next, within the legal hours of sale, to
the highest biddler, for cash, the follow
Ing deseribeal property, to wzt:
All that tract of l and, lying in Fairuiold
County, containing five hundred aanat
thirty-Avo (fl85) acres of Iland, moro or
less, knolvn as the "David Feastor TCruet."
anad bouanded by lands of James Tuarnor,
(I. W. C'olemnan, estate of 11- J. Coleman,
JIr., and Wim. Yonguo.
All that tract of land, lying in Fairfield
Couanty, contaning five hundred (500)
acores, more oi'e less, known as tihe "Home
P lace." anad boundedl by lands o~f Etliza
beth Feaster, Isaae Means, Mrs. Ua. ~Ldd
and Maylneld. All thae above levied uponl
as the spro~perty of Jacob .Feastor, at (he
uiofDavid Milling, Sarah illing and
Robert 11. Milling.
. D). McCARILFY, S. F. C.
Sheriff 's On)1ce,
Wlnnsmborr,, 8. C'., Februa,1,381
ich 16 . ..:.... ... ..
I DLn AND) CtiEAP.-;n order to V a
rol ald Li Lior Pitt within tie reaen of b .
iMcO 10 AjpjIe 1P111 hasR beon reducepo
150. perbt Sold by all Druggists In a
When you niclco cholerk in your hors and
chickens, give them Shoeufeld'is Stock feed
tvOlY and they will recover. It Is best, how
Seyer.Lo coniento the use of the took Feed
aUttie ahead of tLe cholera season, which will
proye*4 tteln fromitaking the dIsease.
QViTMAX, GA., ril I8, 1ATS.
- For the benefit of (tl thoso *ho are inter.
ested in raising fowls I take ploasure in re..om
-ineptling Shoenfeld 's Medicated Stock Feed. I
hua sevral chickens wjta choleta, 4%ad by the
Use of this wonderful aticito, given itcording
I to directions, all of them got well and are now
in a heatithy condition. WM.'I'ENILLI.
I fully concur in the above.
S. T. PRtICE.
Sold by the druggists of this county.
Messrs. Lamar, Rankin & laaen, Dear Sirs
I had been troubled for a long time beforo using
our ponsumptive preparation, with something
like Asthma, and after using only two bottles
of your grewor's kung liestorer I breathed per
fectly free, abd hov'o felt no symptom of the
dibeake since. I am- confident your "Inedliino
cured me, apd I cheerfully reccouunead it to all
who are sufforltig froni Asthma.
JOhN D. 11088.
MACON, GA., March' 20, 1880.
Messrs. .amar. Rankin & Lamar, Pear Sira
I have used your Brewei's. Lung Restorer for
Vertigo, and have never been troubod n Ith It
U1Ln0 using the medicine. I cannot say too
much for It, and cheerfully reecommend It to
all who need relief front Vertigo.
Yogrs truly, J. B. A&TOPE.
M..oN, GA., March -0, IbO.
MJessrs. Lamar, Rankin a Lamar, Deal- Sirs
I suffered two yeais with Vinsumnption. and
during the iline waa tieated Dy prs Read
Thomas, liaiton and others of tia city, ant
also by a prominent physician of Maacon. Ga.,
IVi ho1u. iding any reler My hlusbamind bought
me six b ttles of your B rower's Lung Restorer,
which I began to take at onec, and ioiqud im.
madiato relief. I have use4 thlt six botties and
.have never felt, a symptom of the di seaso since,
and my general helith is better than it has
been in years. I therefore recommend it, to all
who have Consumption as a Pearl beyond
Price. Very respectu!lv,
Sold by ie Druggists of this county.
"FOiiQEmi AZIRoW," RUSSELL Co., ALA.,
August, 1 1876.
Dr. U, J. Moihctt-Dear Sir-I. for years, used
your Tecet hina (Teething Powders) with my own
children and o i my plantiatlun, when I owned
nescroes. They relieved and prevented much
suffering andsickness nmrong tIhe Children, anid
bobides saving miny live.i, svted me much anx
iety, and many hundred dollars hi doctor's bills.
I a,, with confidence, recomniend then as the
surent uInd bet medici I ever used for Tecthing
Chi'dren and th. lButgei Disorders of otr Solthern
Country. Yours truly, Iet
CHIEAPER TIAN PHIYSICIANS' BILLS,
"A Thing of Beauty Is a Joy Forever."
What Is itf Sonwmthing prepared for woman
only, tid used by them exclusively. It. is
adapted especially to cascs where the womb Is
dl.-oidered, ai.d will cure all I regularities of
the "nenses" or -monthly courses," by restor
Ing the .ischarge, whether acute or chronic, in
Bradfield's Fenale Regulator "Woman's B'st
Fri< nd." is prepared by Dr. .d. Bradfleld. At.
1.1inia, Ga., ptceo $1 5o per bottle. Sold ty all
11101-M A .)
)'sumai-.~~ r..rON I S
FURnY. 10lUTON COUNTY, GA., .rI. 29, I88o.
lin tile 15T there were two negro prisoners
conlined In the jail of this county, who were
very badly nfllilted with that, loathsome dis
ease Syphills. lia y oficial capacity as Ordi
nary, I employed Capt. C. T. Swift. then a rest
dent. of this place, to eure the-t, uinder a con
tract, "no cure, no pay." Ite administered to
them his celebrated Svphilitilo Speciilo, and in
a few weeks I felt bound, tnde-r iy contract. to
pay him out, of tie county I.reasury, as he had
elTeelt" at conplete and radiefa cure.
In testiiony I h'reunto srt lay oflcial signa
[i,. s.j ture andi seal. A. .. GILES,
Ordinary Iouston Cotmiy, Ga.
CnA'rrA Nono.t, TE N ., Feb. 14, 18i9.
We take pleasure in saying that the H. S -8.
is giving goori satisfactlion. We have had ox
I reilent results iromi ' nmber- of cases. One
Igentie'm:an writ lhnd been conilned to) his bed
ondary and tertilary cases.
TUhE SWIFT 8lPELIFIeCO iANY Proprie
tors. A lanunta, G..
Sold bu' all Druggista,
Call for a .copy o01* Young Men's Friend."
OFNow Crop NEW ORLEANS
MOLASSES, best in thme market, anti
syr'ups of all grades.
A finec assert menit of
PEACESGRATED ( OCOANUT1
Also, a gootd quality of OAT MlEAL,
it five pounild I l~kge
GIVE ME A CA LL
'Ollllf & cliolle1r's
J7 E havet bong-ht largely thnis sca
v son andtt must have money to
settle our bills. W~e therefore of'i'
toashpurhasrs.ThIose who como
We respectfutlly request those who'
owe un to come forward and tia up.
We helped them in their need anm< ex
pect~I thom to htelp) llin ouris. 'lThe old
i-ear has closed and all accounts should
-A G-AI Jr .
All who have jobs in ot shop of
.Wabtche, Clocks and Jeweiry, should1( t
galand .et thorn, and save the same
fro fo entre,
FO.E THE GOOD, THE TRUE, AND THE. BEAUTIFULI
DESPORT AS &m EDMUNDS,
(UNDER WRIGHT'S HOTEL,)
N trchandise, durig FAIR 'V.EK, at. most attractive priceR. See our Dro
a d in Ain e etwest styles,rrinming Silks and Satins. los1(ry. Iiudkcrcl
n Notins in lewest novelties. ents' and Youthis hats in large stock, Ladio
Gentts' and Children's Boots and Shoes, Ladies, Cljojkui, loew land Rtyluis, At New Yo
prices; Blankets, Carpels, ComfortnaLs and ,p polies, st the New Store of
nov L- DESPOI'T0 ES ,EDMUNDS,
Ulider Vright's hotel, Columbia, S. 0.
The Best Ever Prodiice!
THE DAVIS VERTICAL FEED
ICHALLENGES THE WORLD TO PRODUCE ITS EQUALIL
VV Onte thoutsand dollais rewvard oflrid to a % eo
1 tinge of work, and do it as well, oil an, otier notne i as cat be ge on
:he "1.)AVIS VEItTICAL FEED SEWJOGot MA iNe." Arattgeients for
he conttest will be made with nitv on- desiring ' 0 COMpc0 for the above-nted
reward, within a rensonable tine after Vit t ktloiis rreceived.
DAVIS SEWING MACH INE CO.,
Aither large lot of the above Machines and the Imp1roved Weed just re
ci ved. J. 0. BoAU, Agent.
White nnd ColrN. Piqne r G - s in
ihbons, Co sa. !ORv rs p , o srO , iSatins,
felts toill tiI : Bolitets, Retohing,
1110 ill a fil st-6-:F. c ,, 6,~ . d Aliij(n..$ P'- 5tll)ji jBl
ment. You can get all yoU NVI-n i.r Ci MM.Lly E1.i11 gomin .e cn in e bought
lywhere negod a ebuh
- - t oJe0. B O A G .
EDIrORS AND NEW-'SPAPER MEN 1ISSOLUTION OF COPAIRTNEIiSIfIp.
of tae country endorse James Doss' Patent r H'lIE unparlnersh.ip heretofore existing
Ulol Watcng Case. As a proof. read the ot. .----, between the undersigned and car
-owing: rid oh n the town of Winnsboro, -oun.
mBaltImore. Md March 8 Iss. ty of Fairtield, Stato of South -Carolina,
v ei 'oe Veasure to hntotm : ou that the under tho naino and st jo of SUGi.N.
Iven perfect, satsfaolifoi. It. warse atil IticMIle & Gli0EOS E, has been this
tl-. J. T UIGOOLt(i day lissolved hy mutual consent, by the
Hd. and P1 op't, Telegram, withdrawal of H. Su1gonheimor. The busi.
Lalyette, Ind , Mlarch isso ness will be continued by Joseph Groes.
I a .o pleasure i commending th' 1880., sche, who assumes all liabilities and col
ijeSS Watch Case il 1119111Yly ilt Usfae(ot'yan
iual In wear to one of sotid gold. Thy ts All debts <tile the late firm,
'he "Boss" in fact Us Well as in nime.
W. H LINGLE, -GtGES0HEL.
Ed. and Prop't, Courier. January 24, 1881.
Des MoIncs, ia., Feb. 2a. 188.
Ottr mnanngtr has crri'-ied . 2a8. Iso,
ent woc)CSasnd cheerfuil.) sayb ttiNOTICE,
:anaot, be betnnr M ]NOTICE.
STA Z LEADICR co.
Pub'rs Iowa State Leader. I respectfully inform the - publio that -I
Wateka il..Mach , sso will continue business at the Old stands
dto say that, the James oI At the ex Ira.
S r se I a )'ie s ntire ly sisf tor n of that ti e I wil"be found a he
Ed.perfect beauty. M. . Co, n1 '- debtod to the late firm of Sngonheimer
asa ' Wi. aos rh e. 1roeschol are requested to come forwart
ThesWatWis., a ha rch 'u imko. and settle at once, as the business of the
The Watch case I have of Your make 1f, in frm mI
very way satIsfactory:It i ust splendid. imut be ojosed up.
V11. BARN UM, Ilespootfully,
Ed. and Frop't 2broh f Liberty. J- GROBSOHEL,
Th a r ae concurred. in by hun-rJ.E
ihretrsas well as Merchants, miechaics
mdjwlrin all parts ot the country.
This Is te on Pten ca made of Two NOTICE.
'i9kte8so8631Id~q. Itawranebyspe. h
alcereate. Ask lu Jeler us' Ihereby inform my friends and cus
ed cataIt1. ogn~f n& thatl I-a
Jan a D~t~g~l dO0ttIOn. tor~r tha IWill hereafter be found at
_________________the old stand int Gerig's .buildin wher
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