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1| -TEE NEWS AN Li IIYAIMI). j
V.T,DX"SDAY, February ! ". : : : 1SS1.
7?. HR.lXg J) A Y IS, kt.ttok.
. -vo. s. ItEYXOLl>S. Assoc:.?te e^rroR.
| irreverwit (slitor 11:::'.
I?ininc be i-:ir<lo !*iv>idenr. of il;e Sou.!
ft?-- American it^pur>IIc-s. 1 i:t~ would irivr
Iri?n :i wide field for diplomacy and
P-hten up the pre?>ure on the United
i>-. r<{E?ii>:.NT Arthur has iMennined
put :i number of army officers on
tjJiC retired li^t. It is to be hoped that '
he will :if>t follow hi> predece>>or>" <?
wb ' ample in rctiriiiLT the ohi war hoisc. j
GeneralOrd.* wlio voted for Hancock:
while a number of .s;iperai:t:a;ed
ufiicers wiio voted t!;e Kepublican tick- :
f ct were retained op. tli^ !:-t.
k. It is charged thai two Mormon nils-1
sionjiries arc at work i:i the neighbor- 1
hood of liliii'k*"* Station, in York county.
If ^o t!iey -ijoiiUl be made to >ki->
in shoi't order by a vigilance comniii:
tee. Their poly^snnous doctrines are 1
f a disgrace to the United .State?, and
yet they have successfully resisted all
fc attempts to destroy them.
As far back as l.'S'io, when the United
r Elates was comparatively in its infan'
cy. one hundred and tr;o ships bearing
Wk one flag entered the port* of Amster- j
dam in one year. In l.SSO only ten j
E/-. American vessels entered the same!
||fe: port, and in 1^>S1 only two. At the !
Hrc> fcatne time five hundred and sixty-six :
British vessels touched there. This is !
<i deplorable instance of the .decline of;
?11 American shipping.
Skxator lit*.tier takes 320 stock in j
the proposed movement . to adopt:
Blaine as a candidate against the 5>tal-1
warts in 1SS4. He believes the Demo
rats can win with earnest effort. and j
he is said to favor McDonald, of In-j
diana, as good Presidential timber, i
Senator Butler is at work endeavoring \
to secure pensions for the Moxican I
Ev*~*x^,veterans. Uongicss is in a liberal!
mood just now, and he may succeed, j
The Arciic ship Jeannettc was |
rcrushed in the ice on the 12th of June j
i:i iauiuao /o 10 .\ortn, ana iantucle
15G 20 East. She had drifted in j
the ice twenty-one months, during j
eighteen of which the crew had been:
?-i~- constantly at the pumps. Lieutenant |
Danenhauer has nearly lost his eye
sight, while Captain DeLonir and his |
ji;irty are stlli missing, having been at;
last accounts on the verge of starva-1
tittll.
?<r?? ?Cto*
M?. AV. L. IioY.vLL, a prominent
writer and lawyer of Virginia, has
circulated a review of Gen. Mahone's
character in the most uncomplimentary
**vle. He adds that the new superintendent
of education is an ignoramus
that ttJinot spell the commonest English
words: and that one of the new
Supreme Judges has never read a law
book, and has proved so habitual a
>: cheat in card gambling: that no respectable
or fair-minded faro dealer would
touch him with a pair of tongs. Mr.
p?- - lioyall is evidently not without prejudice,
but much that he says is true.
The Legislature has about closed its
- with several vkal issues, and to- solve
L, .. . .
prooiems mat nave 110 precedents in
rhjsfory. Thence has arisen what, at a
casual glance, would appear to be
some amount of vocillation and weakness
iu reconsidering', votes and making
' sudden changes of policy. The true
explanation of this is -tl^t none but an
inspired person would have been able
to know exactly what to do, and the
members, earnest in their efforts to do
the best, have been willing and anxious
, to retrace am* step that has been prov"
en to be wrong. It is so fashionable
to abuse the administration and the
Legislature that with difficulty goodmen
are found willing to subject themselves
fai nulnnruiv rsf all bfmls'in
. J _ "
~v- to secure positions of honor and trust.
: The people should be more considerate
and more charitable, and not suffer
' personal prejudices to bias their judgment.
Only by the greatest wisdom
; \ and forbearance can the party be saved
from wreck, and the wholesale abuse
of the powers that be is not the kind of
U - wisdom that will save. The motto
must be '-bear and forbear."
? *
..Tiik year just ended is said to have
developed more extravagance on the
part of the people of the United Slates
frith respect to luxuries and ornaments
than was ever seen before. The j
E?~.'~ ao v^j/vl j
though the severe drought la>t year
greatly injured the South and portions
<tf the West, it does not seein to have j
?1 succeeded in warning tire country oi'.
impending danger. All sortsoi'spscu-!
laHons arc indulged 1*11, and stocks and
shares of all kinds are in demand at
?o?>d prices. Those who hold that a ]
panic comes everv^eieven vears. are
of disaster j
next, if not before that time. J
Oold that has poured so plentifully into
America from England in the past two
yokrs is now beginning to recross the
gp " water?a million and a half dollars j
leaving Xc-w York for London a week i
or so ago. Another season of drought j
would be a rerrible blow 0:1 the agri- j
cultural interests of the country, and j
ft- wmild reduce many sections to want. ]
It behooves ns all to li\e closely and
economically during the coming seasons,
so that in any event no heavy
- ...? <iebt> may be incurred; while, in case
of prosperous seasons, our pro tits will
only be so much the more. A penny j
saved is a penny gained.
The "Washington Republican, edited j
by Mahone's friend, Gorham, is inov- j
Uig heaven and earth in the interest of;
Mahoneism in the South, endeavoring |
f to induce Republicans to cuter the:
unholy alliance, by pretending that all j
that is not Bourbon is Republican. It j
warns the jxirty tliat they cannot re-1
tain control of the government without I
the aid of Southern votes, ami to secure j
W~ the?*e thcv must enter into hearty <
affiliation with the so-called "Literal" |
element, whatever be the impelling j
cause of liberalism. The Republican j
* ?" # %!! wall tK.if tKnr?o niftnv I
KI1U? ? 11(11 WCH LC.U?1 Mi*?i v V ? . .
Ijt^ honest, conscientious members of its |
ss; >^4rarty North who loathe and detest the |
n alliance with Mahone and his repudia-j
tors, and who feel that the Confoder|v
-- afe I readier has dragged Republicanp?v.:
ism into the mire after him. Never \
before has the Republican party, as a j
Egr - whole, dallied with repudiation. And j
J|| it is the fear that the better class of !
iBSfi; voters will repudiate this coalition i
r:rrr^3gsc3ggs^u-^- ?.? v.? .-jj zm
which i:i:i!;iv5 liio Hij-HOuwa jn>ur on; j
ii- broad-ide- of spceious soj>hi?tn\ ;
day alter day. in the hope of b:itlcrii:?r
down conscience and honor. The
t!,;ii i-jjii tin- ItCmt Iffit'fl n :ir?'
mere machine-politicians. caring notlij'i.i
for principle. bent only on retaining
puti*.>!They ::n; n-pudiaii<
:::>( > iii Virginia lilifli rrcdit
ni"!! in *1 "<*:>: i ->i < : (Irvi'iibucker.- in.
M!s>i>*ippi ami iianl money men in
Maine; apo-i'e- of temperancein Kan ai
a:i<i unlimited v in-key men in
X<>ni. Carolina. All i- tish that como
to tiicii' nct=. 'I'!)'- head of thii
Chester A. Arthur, and In.- intend*
to make u=e every ><-rap of ofacial
patronage he has to induce divisions
in the South and thus retain power at
Washington.
In thi< crisis it behooves the Demo
crats to be on t?ie;r jjuaru. 'i i:e next
election will !?c momentous. Tiio |
Stntc will bo safe. wo tirnily believe. |
but many counties will tremble in tlie I
balance. Six years <>i power have
made .us ovcr-co::J;'Ie:;t. Some Demo
crats seem to think they have the State !
i;: a slinu* ami can aliord to take anv ;
step without danger. Their mistakeis
grievous. The sooner they wake up l
to the fact that every Democrat in the.!;
State is needed in the tinal result the;/
better it will be tor them. Otherwise"!
they wii! be subjected to mortification j
an a the State will in: lost.
Silee#Kaislng,.
A writer in' the Southern Cultivator
urges the adoption-of sheep raising in ;
the South, and especially in the cotton j
growing: belt. For this purpose he j
recommends a division of the farm ;
into four parte, one of which <hould
be planted i;i grass, cither Bermuda, i
Japan clover, white clover, orchard j
grass or any kind that animals will!
eat, and the other sections in peas, [
corn and cotton respectively. For a j
four hundred acre f:;rm, a hundred i
acres in each division, he recommends ;
four hundred sheep, to be pastured on |
the grass till peas are ripe, then on the I
[)UU*. UJSU Vll CUllUIl SUL'U HI UiU
winter, the sheep enriching the ground
and then being sold as good mutton,
"nicer for the table than a slice of
pork that, may be, died of h<*r cholera." j
Sheep raisin# in some ' sections is j
attended with handsome profit; but in j
the South it cannot be successful to
any great extent as long as the Legis- j
laturo refuses to pass laws exterminat-j
ing worthless curs. It is a peculiar
circumstance that dogs in all States
are more highly favored than any j
l other species of property. In Georgia |
j it is as much as a member's official life j
: :s worth to propose a dog law in the
! Legislature; and in our own Log:>la|
turea bill introduced by Mr. Thomas,
| of this county, providing for a heavier I
! tax on dogs'was remorselessly killed j
; in committee. Wool and mutton both ;
j bring a good price; but the sheep I
| product will never drive out cotton or |
j supplement it, until a radical change j
is secured in some way.
The Abbeville 3fo<limn suggests the I
raising of goats as a profitable industry.
It holds that goats will, bring in |
more money for a given outlay than j
anything else, while the presence of a |
few goats in a flock of sheep is a pre- j
ventive of the ravages of sheep-killing
dogs. This may be, but goats are not j
fastidious beasts. As long as pine-tops
and oyster cans and circus posters are
within bounds. But when this regular
supply of food is exhausted, he resorts
to predatory- excursions and
forays into neighboring fields, running !
a muck among growing crops of all |
kinds in a way to make the Kansas j
orrPAn tv-iHi pnv.v !
also have a tendency to agility rather
than obesity. Josh Billings says a
-"phatt gote is a litterary fenommenon,"
and experience bears him out to a certain
extent. But tender mutton is capital
food; and right here in this"State and
iu this county it can be raised of the
finest quality. If our farmers will
luive sheep killing dojrs weeded out,
and then procure sheep and pay attention
to them, they will find the investment
a paying one. We do not raise
enough food of any kind at home.
CHE ICRS FO R COXKLISG.
X Remarkable Instance of the Revel of the !
Stalwarts?Reform Ridiculed.
The annual feast of the Albany G'*ant
Club, which took place at the Delavan
house a short time ago, is generally
looked upon as of more than ordinary
significance. There were special efj
forts made in the toasts, speeches and
j demonstrations to glorify Koseoe
| Conkling. His name was brought in
in all conceivable ways, giving the
feast the appearance of a pre-arranged
| plan to bring him forward for some
I position in the immediate future. He
! was alluded to as Senator, the ablest
! man in the country, the leader of the
: Old Guard of :>0G at Chicago, in laudation
of the twenty-nine voters who
! stood by him in the last Legislature,
j The crowd responded to each allusion
I him me wmicsi ucuiuhmiuuuii*. j;iv- <
! ing unmistakable evidence that the
Old Guard were rc:tdy to march under
I his load again. It was Conkling. not
Grant, that they were there to honor.
The most significant feature was the
boid attack made by two of the regularly
selected speakers on civil service
reform. Martin I. Towusencl. in reply
to one of the regular toasts, opened
this attack and characterized all wlio
advocated it as Miss Nancys in politics,
and he then took the ground that theoffices
be held as rewards to i he workers.
This line of talk was applauded
to the echo. Anson S. Wood took up
the same line at sonic length. The impression
was given that the gathering
was held for the purpose of placing MrConk
ling at the front and to rally th(.
Old Guard on an anti-civil service reform
platform.
The Electoral Fi:ali>.?Since Mr.
Tilden was cheated out of the Presiw
>:?/- ! I>o wita ft i
ihany of I lie men wlio assisted in the
infamous fraud have gone in an i?riM?- j
ble way to their long home. Zack ;
Chandler died miserably in a Chicairo !
hotel; Senator Morgan shuHicd oil" his i
uufragrant coil before he could de-j
rive any benefit from the fraud; Gen. j
Garfield, who was pretty deep in the I
Electoral swindle, died from the blow j
of an assassin, and the other day Mr. I
Stoughton?"Clerical Error'' Stough- |
ton?passed away almost without a j
sigh. And yet the feeble old man at ;
Gramrnerov I'ark. who doesn't look as !
though he had a day's life in him, is!
still as bright and chipper to an extent j
indeed, that some of the gossips say he ;
has his eye firmly fixed on f.he term <
which begins in '84 and ends in 'SS^aiid |
which won id leave him, eren if he j
slnmld live to see the end of it, almost j
a nonagenarian: while as for Hayes? I
but then he's too dead to speak it. 1
1 t
? m?
Quick and sckk.?M.'ixi.v miserable people '
drac ilu-ro-elves about with fu'lllnjr strength, '
reeling that they are stead.ly sicking Into tuelr i
graves, when by using Parker's Ginger Tor.lc
they would tlnd a cure commencing with the j
rirst dose, and vitality strength Quickly and j
surely coming bars; to them. *
Tsk Highest Ka.sk.?Made from harmless !
materials, and adopted to the needs or fading t
and falling hair, Parker's Hair Balsam has t
taken the highest rank as an elegant and rella- i
hair restorative. * j
?Gray hairs are honorable, but few j
them. Clothe them with the hues J
youth by uting Ayer's Hair Vigor.* ;
?rr-? < - . --' ..vvt
JEW-IiAlilXC. IS Ji ('SSI A.
HorriJile a:nJ Jim-bar:*us Treatment of an
IVopIr.
NY TrioUiV-.
Tli^ lr.ir.t'.tr*. jurcmuits it:
Lotniwii oi*rlie of the IIc!?i"C\Vn
in IJ c;t::!i0t lail Jo fXciiu
sii" ::.nl iinii^jialiou of ti;e
K!?lf!!s!:-sj?.?:ii;iji-r v/ui'iil. The 1'tll
.'.' /// (t'tz ::(/c h;is ?;ivc*ii sturllhtir (.III-,
-i~ i<- i!ii* t:ic;i^f!-c rciV.*rctn:iv? nri<!o :
1:; li:t; oliicl;;Hy rcvi-od <ti>pstic!ies i'imui
S;. i'et* to the riuioiis ui-Jurbaaees
t>;' ?he la~t 11:110 Months, a;ul its !
scathing" invectives art: ji;-tisie<i
by tin: lurni-iici! by a c?v.*re~pojiiii-iir
of t!i.: 7 imcii (LojkIo:;.) Ii is
;i iii?ico:i~ reeonl oi' r:;;>;ne. hist
iiinl inl:i;. ii' the Tur!:i.-h butcher
in ! Juliana jnon: bio:>i!'h:j>ty
:imi barbarous. the !Iu>>!an mob* :tr?r
ever v wiiii asm-el a:;:i tU;Uase?l. sway
eti as they have l;av?' hem by a
>i<?iia!'.: iiatmi is distineliveiy j
n?e?iievai in spirit. Moreover tin; authorities
have imtoniy been wholly su-i
; ii:c a.- the Turkisj.' uoveniment. but j
they !;ave oi>citio?bei!e<! :uui oiih-iaiiy \
j'isiiiicu these nftioi'ul and l'rcnzied out-i
breaks of savliirory ami fanaticism. j
The: >i^"!i:u for these atrocities was jriv- |
en a lew weeks alter t-ie a.-sassination !
iiiMj/.rrr.r' At Kiizabeth^an!. a in :
bou'.h ilitsfia. where the .Jewish community
formed at least a third of the j
pomilation. a mob. having .-ached a |
w:ie m.o:? and oeeoine jnr.imed wuti j.
:Iif|nor, and attacked the >ynago?!ie.!
Fur forty-eight h;mrs the rioters re- j
liiuiiit.-*! in possession of the Jewish j
.quarter, the -oldiers who were calieil ;
out t?> suppre-s the revoltjoininpf heart- i
i!y in the work of destruction, pilia^e
and lust. As many us one hundred j
shops and warehouse1 and five him- i
dred houses were demolished, the loss- j
es of the victims beingr estimated at SI.- '
500,000. This was the first outbreak.!
It was follrwed in a week by riots in j
Smielo ami Kiefs', where the troops and [
police aptiis supported the mob, par- }
rieipati'.ijr fully in this double assault j
nn property and uirtue. At KieiT the
attack was* deliberately announced in
advance, and when the governor was
called upon to protect twenty thousand
Hebrew residents of the city, he refused
to *rive his soldiers any' troti! "1 "tor i
a pack of Jews." The consequence
was that two thousand of the haled
race were left without shelter, and in
the piirhi of husband* and fathers mar
ried women and young girls were made j
the/victims of the most brutal assaults, i
From this time until the end of the j
year there was scarcely a town in
southern and southwestern Kttssia'
where simiiar scenes were not enacted. I
As many as one hundred and sixty;
villages and towns were at different, j
time-; during eight mouths at the mcr- i
cy of a besotted rabble. The frenzy '
spread from town to country until it
1'uachcd t'nc pettiest hamiet where
there was a single .Jew with a little
ready money to lend. It tlnally lhuned i
.out in thi' ancient capital during}
Christmas week, when an alarm ol'
lire was raised simultaneously in two
synagogue5, and a thousand houses
and shops were plundered and do- j
stroved. Space will not permit, us to j
illustrate adenauiely the cruelties and i
indignities to which these wretched :
virtiins of persecution were e>:i>osed. i
much less to catalogue tiic horrors by i
... tli/k J
itUlIlJIJi; llii; u;m i uu.
losses in "life ami property ti;;it were j
sustained. Many of the incidents are;
heartrending and revolting. Vv'e read!
of a heartless mob breaking into a i
house, and finding neither Jewesses j
itor treasure in the empty rooms, sul-!
leniy wreaking its disappointment on
a baby, which is hurled out of a window
and falls drtul at the feet of a
platoon ot Cossacks. Then follows a
recital of an attack upon a Jewish congregation,
the women who escaped a
, worse fate in the synagogue being
driven into the river and forced to
drown themselves. A mob admitted
to a IIebr? w inn-keeper's wine cellars
ends by cniung the throats of his wife
and six daughters; a child crouching
in ditch sees a band of ruffians murder
its mother and set tire to the house;
an inn-keeper is cooped in one of his
Dneiper; men, women and children |
are roasted alive: a father defending
his daughter from stairway to roof is
hurled to the pavement; and women
I who have lieen envious of the silks and
satins which wealthy Jewesses have
flaunted before their eyes outrival the
hags of the Paris commune in malevj
olence and shameful ness. In a thoui
sand ways the vengeance of an ignoj
rant peasantry and a debased populace
; has been wreaked without regard to
! age or sex, until thousands on thousand?,
of households* have been reduced
to shame and beggary. -The Russian
authorities have, in almost every inI
stance, openly encouraged the rioters,
| and have only intervened with any
| energy when "the riot was three days
I old aiid the mob had exhausted its re|
sources of wanton cruelty and barbarj
ous atrocity. The attacks have in|
variably been planned in advance,
! Splints' days and Sundays being gener:
erallv chosen, and wooden crosses be?
* flw. '
jug MJiJicuiiies urcuieu uciuic tin; uums
i of Christians as a sign that they could
i he spared. The Jews have known
when they were to be persecuted, ami
have begged for military aid, but it
was never granted. Many of the mobs
have believed that the government had
handed over the property of the Jews
to the impoverished classes, and the
movement had received the sanction
of an imperial ukase. This shameless
apathy of the local and imperial authorities
is the most disheartening feature
of this relapse into medieval Jewbaiting.
SE>ATOli FISHVUJtXE.
Ec Is Released from Custody, and Hakes an !
Apology to the Senate.
Special to rhe News and Courier.
Columbia, February 6.?Senator
Fishburne was released from jail today
upon entering into a bond to keep i
the peace, before Trial Justice Marshall.
in the sum of Si'.OOO, the amount
of the howl having been reduced by
the trial justice? Major ]>. F. Grifiiu.
ol'this city. and Mr. F. 0. Fishburne. j
the brother of the Senator, becoming j
hir sureties.
After gi vitig bond Mr. Fishburne;
came to the State ilouse and took liis |
seat in the Senate Chamber about haifpast
1 o'clock. After remaining quietly
for some tii??e at his desk lie arose 1
and said: "Mr. President, I rise to a
question of privilege."
The President (Mr. Jeter in the chair
during the absence of Lieutenant-Govern
Kennedy:) "The Senator from
Colleton will state his question of privilege."
Mr. Fishburne: "Mr. President, if I
have done anything derogatory to the
dignit y of this honorable body I desire
to make ample apology for the same."
\Ti- VichJ.m-ui. th?n took his so:if.
and remained in the Senate chamber
during the day. lie was in the Senate
to night attending faithfully to his
duties. The apologv made by Mr.
Fishbume this afternoon being considered
by some of the members as
rather ambiguous, Mr. Lartigue said
to-night: "Ldesire to state that the;
apology tendered by Mr. Fishbume j
this morning was designed by him to ;
be full and ample. And that i aiu an- !
thorized to make this statement." And j
here the matter rests for the present.
What further action will be taken is
not known.
Columbia, February 7.?After the
adjournment of the Senate this afternoon
the Senators met in secret session
on the Fishburnc matter, (jen. FTarlle?
in the chair. The committee appointed
to investigate the ca?e rej>orted that
tl?*?v hswl done nothing. On motion ot!
Mr. McQueen the action of the com-!
mittce \va? approved.
?Tlie Dublin 7x?ze7Te contains a list [
of all the persons confined in Irish jails
under the provisions of the act for the j
protection of person and propeity.
Four hundred and sixtv-three persons !
a?*c now confined, being an increase of j
one hundred and nine during last
month. Several prisoners have been ;
recentlv released. j
?Australia ficczes meat and ships it j
to England. {
g i. c ossii'.
?ricnovievi; W'unl, Tlie nr-'.ress. j
nolliiug' of a leu :.;ilc Witlk.
?I'. T. I'.-iriiu;)!. the s!iov. ina:i. has a j
hair.?a !>;ii>y which upbear- ;
Oil a few (Says ago.
?There r.re iriiiiiSics in Hancock
county. who a" c entire)}" des- i
1 -1 ii" u <-'1 foot i.
? There was f.j:c ba'd man
on Cuiteau's jury. Kul he ivcai's '
mou-lathe as an otl?e!.
?Since the Vienna disasterscat? near ;
rise d.;or have been ai a premium in j
Karopean theatre-. v i
?Northern trains as far pomli as !
Ilichmond. .Virginia. were delayed Ia>t
Saturday am] Sunday i?y heavy miow. ,
? I Jet ween small-pox and swrlot lever
the undertakers in New York are ;
uoiiiir a satisfactory business.
?The Hassan government has made
a declaration jiivinir a.-siiraiice thai the i
Jews will be protected.
?Daniel We?is. ol' Milwaukee, one i
d.iv last week received ^i^o.OOvi as the j
!
i'ftUlSI* ?ij iUMH-JIIUi MJiUU ill tt I'UI u
corner" in ci;!< ago.
?(Jeneral Ab.r Buford. of Kentucky,
has joined the church and abandoned
the turf, of which he was a bright :ind
shining member.
?It costs the clry of I"*]iiliidclj>11i:i
sl.\iy-six thousand d >Uars to publish j
'in the papersijs -mercantile. appraise-;
mcnilist. Some fat for the printers. ;
?There was a prisoner in the |
Tombs, in Xew York, who was to be
hanged on the ]<>th inst., ami was glad
of it. as he says hanging would be a relief
from the vexations of lite.
? Marvin, the polygamist, leads the j
choir in the Virginia penitentiary, j
When not leading- the choir he is en-1
paired in trying to saw his way out;
through the bars of his cell.
? General Lowry, the newly elected i
governor of Ms>sissippi, has. seven !
daughters, live of whom arc married.
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^\ii wure prouiu ui uji; govi-i~nui~ ? waii
the other evening.
?The dead body of Win. nice ha? I
been found in a small swamp hi Gwin-j
net county, (ia. lie is supposed to!
have been kiiled by illicit distillers, as :
his life had been threatened.
?Mr. II. liedmond, brother of Mr.
Jno. Kedtnojid, Iloinc-Uuic member of
Parliament for Xew IJo-s. was arrested
at iJatlyrairjret. cuuitv lviikenny, Ireland,
the other day, under the Cocr-:
eion act.
?Oil has been found at a depth of
1057 feet on the Mehoopany Creek.
Bradford county, Pa., near the line of
Sullivan and Wyoming counties. The i
strike has caused great excitement in I
that vicinity.
?After a recent fire in Mobile, Ala., j
r? nin'l.t ill..In.^ in li'.ll.'rfil W?IC I
found in the J mi nips of a steam lire en- i
nine. The engine received its water |
from a hydrant, and the fivh mast have
come six miles ihron?rh the pipes.
?Mr. T. M. Hraly, who. with
Messrs. O'Connor and S^ehy. has been
lecturing in the United States for the
benetiiofihe Irish Land League, reports
that the amount of funds raised ;
i>y their efforts will reach the sum of;
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- If .Judge Cox lias the discretion '
which it is said he has. to dispose of j
(iuiteau's body lie should so dispose of |
it as to prevent it from failing into the j
hands of brutal showmen <o i?c lugged j
around the country and exhibited for
money.
?lienrv A. Wise, venrs old, son j
01 ??01UI i,. V> isv, (II L ilCM-CI IICIU. -u:u X land,
a IVv.* clays ago committed suicide
by shooting. A letter was found in
his doilies stating lie was tired of living
and that he blamed no one for his
I act.
?Mr. Blaine is urged by the Boston
i Advertiser to again enter the House of
j Representatives. It does not admire
the record he made as Secretary of.
State, but says lie would at once be!
come the leader of his party iu the
House.
.-4,' .WRMforSSoir'Frede'r'iok
Menser, of Ellville, shot himself in the
presence of a young lady named Orvella
David because she refused to marry
him, and died shortly afterward.
?A curious undertaking is on the
carpet at Batavia, New York. A
monument to Win. Morgan, supposed
to have been murdersd by the Masons,
is to be erected then;, and over two
thousand persons hive already contributed
to its cost.
r&?John Wilson, of Taunton, Mass..
has been in the fashion of tying a rope
around the neck of his grown-up
daughter, and then dragging her about
! until she yielded entire submission to
him.' He was fined ten dollars, and
! the girl paid it with her own money,
i ?The Pueblo Indian chicfs who are
visiting their children at the Carlisle
school are greatly pleased at the progress
which they have made, and the
agent who was then in charge expects
I to forward a large number of new puI
pils when he returns to New Mexico.
?James B. Edwards, threw himself
' from the ihird-stpry window of Ids'
residence, in South Brooklyn, New
York, to the pavement, and will probably
die. lie had been out of work
for four months, and his family was
starving. It is thought that he had
Jost ins reason lor the tnue being.
?General "\Y*. $. Hancock is visiting
his son liussell at Friar's Point, Miss.
' Daring a .salute in his honor at the
United Stares Arsenal, Little Rock,
Arkansas, a premature discharge of a
cannon blew ell'the arm of a Fourth
Artilleryman named Mutz.
?The Nashville American is rather
severe upon Jcffersonian Democrats-.
It says: "Dr. Felton. the Georgia Independent,
says he is a Jeflersonian
Democrat. There are a great many of
them: but Jefierson would not recognize
himself in any of them. They are
the motliest and mongrelist ofohl patch
work political garments."
?Atlanta UoiisfUttlion: "\Ve recently
hat1, a paragraph about cookoliue.a
new combination ot cotton seed
oil for cooking purposes. Since then
v/e have had an opportunity of testing
the genuine article of that name, and
it appears to be all that is claimed for
it.
?The Georgia papers arc illustrated
this week. The leading ones have a
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unci sister. the lawyers on both sides,
judge. crunk Sergeant Mason and crank
Jones, the jury and even the prison
van. The van sets oil'the picture and
and gives it a cheerful look.
?Renewed reports come from the j
southern tier of counties in Illinois that j
the deplorable condition of the inhabi- j
tauts produced by the scanty crops of
last year continues, and that, despite
the relief measures and the aid extended
by the public at large, there is still
?reut need of help to "prevent starvation.
?Atlanta Constitution: "There
seems to be a movement going on
among the colored people?a serious,
quiet movement?that will pat the coalition
to tts trumps. The movement
is not is not an organized one, but it is
a part of the evolution of events. The
white Republican officeholders in
Georgia would do well to paste this in
their hats.
?Oscar Wilde lectured in Brooklyn
Saturday night. The esthetic and unaisthetic
went to hoar him to the number
of about one thousand eight hundred.
There was a disposition to rowdyism
when the lecture was about half
over, but he quit reading -Hud looked
dignified until quiet was restored and
he concluded without further disturbance.
?Wm. Armstrong, an ex-councilman
of William Penirs town, tired of
operating in tlmt limited field, went
over to New York and got fooling
around Wall street, and now reports
Sl^iO.OOO to 3200.0O0 less than he went j
in with. Dead broke, house, bank-;
stock, horses, etc., sold to meet the tie- I
mauds of creditors. He bears the |
reputation of being honest, too honest
for Wall street. |
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unanimously clccted pre<-kflent pro Ion.
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?TIic bill to incorporate tlio South- i
ori! Land Loan Association was killed j
on its second rending in thd House. j
?In the Supply JJill the penalty for [
the non-payment of the poii iax lias |
br-cn fixed :tt a line of live dollar;}, ami
impri-ommnt not exeecilhiir live clays.
?'The hill to prohibit the stle of in - i
ioxicririnir liquors within the corporate j
limits of the town of ('hosier has passed
its second reading i:i the Senate.
?The bill requiring convicts under
scnrcin c in the comity jails for certain
oil'e.nces to be worked on the public
roads and streets, passed a third reacli?uf
in the House.
?The bill to incorporate the South-}
Hound ra.lroad has passed its second j
reading. Itistorun fro n Columbia \
t<? Savannah, striking1 (he South Cam- [
lina Hail road at I5Iackvjl!e, anil men
crowing Barnweil to the Savannah
Iiiver?thus making three routes from
Columbia to Florida. The bill was
warmly opposed by the members from
Charleston, as being inimical to the interests
of the city.
F;:i:lixciil'yskn"s Timidity.?The
advent of Fielinghuysen as the head
of Arthur's cabinet, judging by the re- J
suits, can hardly seem otherwise than (
unfortunate both for the country and !
the acting President. lie is hardly the
man suitable to advise a President of
this llepublic upon any question outside
ot the slow formula of routine.
The old whig party tried to make a
leader and a statesman of the elder
Frelinghuysen by tving him to the
brilliant, dashing, warm-blooded, and
patriotic Clay. The.&j.unger Frelinghuysen
seems to have wirTieritcd ali the
stolid siupidii.y of his ancestor. To
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litilKi; ^U'w?l ?l lll?l?l rtUWWH ? Vi S.-LU4V V2
a liepublic like this hi an age like ours,
was an anachronism lie sIiouKl have
lived i:i the day when the Dutch governed
in 2\e\v Amsterdam (afterwards
called 2s'e\v York.) though he would
have been slow even then. It is inconceivable
how President Arthur could
have selected such an adviser, who lias
placed the executive in the humiliating
position of revoking his own policy,
stultifying himself."and belittling the
government "111 the eyes of the world.
There is not a third class government
on earth which.will not smile at the
\ve:;d, timorous, fickle judgment of the
executive of the United States, and
which will not he surprised at the remarkable
revocation of an invitation
of the American nations to a conferonce
lest some European power may
he offended. Arthur's dread lest the
British government might be displeas'
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( !* oecausc uoi inviivju u> iiiLLim
of the family of American States,
to consult upon purely American subjects,
will tend to bring this country
into public contempt.?Chicago Tribune.
?? gyj? The
Ukv. II. I'. Pkatt commenced >.
work ar Winnsboro four years asro. j
He is known throughout liie Church !
as one of the most laborious and painstaking
ministers. Ii;s people iiave appreciated
bis labors, and have shown it
by increasing his salary (and paying
it), extinguishing a debt of a thousand
j dollars, and raising eiirht hundred
| more for improvements on the church
property. Hard work has impaired
his health, and he has iriven notice to
his congregatiou that he will, in the
spring, seek a charge where the use of
his present pulpit preparations may be
available, so as to let him take needed
rest. But his congregation does not
consent; An elder and a deacon soon
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can en on mm, iu ?,i> lh.il titbi <uui mb
people wish him to feel no concern
about the pulpit and salary, but to go
or come, preach or refrain from
preaching, as he thinks, best, and that
they would be bettor pleased if he
should rest than preach. This they
said with a vigw to relieve his mind
from care feeling that it was not so
^tfavor dfeuc. as tb*? ae
knowledgement ot tjiofc appreciation
his past services:? Christian Observer.
The CaxaL Ektkr^hises.?Among
the canal projects to which, the attention
of Congress has been directed is
one for a ship canal across the .State of
. Michigan from Saugatuck to Detroit.
It is estimated that the cost of construction
would be $5,554,860; It is
proposed that the canal shall follow the
course of the Kalamazoo river through
Allegan and Kalamazoo counties,
thence through Calhoun' county, . Jackson
county, and other "counties on a
line eastward to the Detroit Harbor.
The length of the eanaj would be 178
miles. The Kalamazoo river would be
a useful feeder, ana it is saw mat mere
are 110 less than 335 lakes from which
.water can be obtained. The number
oi'locks would be 22.
Another project is that of building a
canal from Rock Island, on the MissisI
sippi river, eastward Go miles, to Hennepin,
on the Illinois river. The Illi;
nois and Michigan canal extends from
Chicago westward to Pern, which is
only a few miles from Ileunepin, and
the connecting link between the old
and the new canal would be formed by
the navigable waters of the Illinois;i
river. It was estimated in 1870 by the
War Department that the Hennepin
canal cost $3,900,000. A glance at
the map shows that this canal would
establish communication between the
Mississippi river and the great lakes.
It also appears that the proposed canal
across the base of the Michigan Peninsula
would open water communication |
on almost a straight line from Chicago,
through Lake Erie and the Erie canaj
to _\e\v ioi'k. jllie com'iieuuii ui me
two canals would open direct communication
from the Mississippi River to
Xew York.
A Determined Suicide.?Yesterday
afternoon, about 4 o'clock, the coroner
was notified that a while woman had
died suddenly at Ho Cannon street. On
repairing to the house the body of one
Sadie liichardson was found dead with
an empty phial labelled "sulphate of
morphine" near the bed. Dr. 0. L.
Meyer accompanied the coroner to the
house, and stated that he had been
sent for about 1 o'clock. On his arrival
the unfortunate woman was quite
dead, but the body wtis still warm.
Dr. Meyer attended the woman about
three week? since, when she had attempted
Uer lite with a dose of laudanum.
She was saved from death at
that time only by the prompt services
of the physician. This is the third
time this woman had apparently dctnrtriinftil
Mil cnlwlotf nifl i:sll. till! first
attempt by drowning off the Battery,
when she was rescued by a policeman.
This is but another instance of the
ending of a misspent life. Owing to
the lateness of the hour the empaneling
of a jury of inquest was deferred
to this morning.?Afcics a:ul Courier.
The Citadel.?The Citadel building's
in this city, the old home of the
South Carolina Military Academy,
and used after the war as barracks for
the troops, stationed here, were abandoned
a short time ago by the Government.
On Monday Uen. C. Ii*vine
Walker, in accordance with instructions
from Governor Ilagood, took!
formal possession on behalf of the |
State. The Legislature having made |
the necessary appropriations, steps;
will be taken at an early day to put
the buildings in order and re-open the
Academy. This will be the beginning
of a period of renewed usefulness for
an irstitutiou which was of incalculable
benefit to th? State, and which can
be made even more valuable than it
ever was before.?2feies and Courier.
? Sonic lawver has discovered (hat
the old Maryland law, requiring criminals
to be hanged with a chain instead
ofa rope, applies to the District of Columbia,
and that to conform to this law
(iuinatt must swing from a chain.
But for seventy years they have been
using tire ropo which answers the purpose
so well that everybody but the
lawyers forgot all about the chain.
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Genuine Imported Jamaica Rum.'
Genuine Imported Scotch Whiskey.
Genuine Imported Sherry Wine,
Genuine Imported Piper Heidsick
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Genuine Imported Ilcl'and Gin i
Fine 0L1 Bye Whiskeys,
Fine Old Coin \Yeiskcys,
French's New England Rurj,
Old Virginia Apple Brandy,
Old North Carolina Peach Brandy,
Old Stone Mountain Corn Y/hiskey.
Blackberry Brandy,
Ginger Brandy,
Cherry Brandy,
Hostetter's Bitters,
Oeeola Bitters.
?Vl /VAV A To
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Siniih's Indian Ale,
Bavarian Export Beer.
1,000 Best 5 cents Cigars,
2.000 Best 10 cents Cigars.
Durham (Bkckwell's) Smoking Tobacco,
Good Grades Chewing Tobacco
IIILWAUIOE LAGER BEER
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SWEET CPvAB APPLE CIDER
on draught at
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Dec 20
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TTE cordially invite our friencte
arid the public generally to an inspection
of the attractions displayrtrtTcfi/'lQnfltr
occertinflf +.V>n+.
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will bo found in every respect up to (
the standard. In submitting this
we would call special attention to
; +l?o ?4jl? c*n<l low priteo of cvnr
handsome, stylish, perfect fitting and
economical ready-made
CLOTHING.
Xiar?.re variety of men's working and
business snits at ?5, $7, SS, $10, <
$12 and ?15.
For boys and children we have a
complate and elegant line of suits
from $2.50 np.
titttiittfitttitn rinrirm
mmm itim
Consisting in partof shirts, under.
shirts. drawers, collars, cuffs, half
hose, handkerchiefs, gloves, jewelrj,
etc , offered at bottom pi ices.
- CLOAKS-CLOAKS. TCe have
cloaks as low as $1.50 apiece and
higher.
CUKSSTJIAS P21ESSXTS.
"We have just received a fine lot
of
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS,
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winch we will sell very cheap, and
many other little articles suitable
for
PRESENTS FOR CHILDREN.
Make 20 mistake, but come direct
to
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b A ,5*7,1 Jy-c ?r /?* */*?? /?T?
MfMMtffl,
A ?*oM or ?orc throat may T10t orprn to
amount to much, and lr promptly atwadci
l) caa easily bo eur-.d; but ap?icct is often
followed by c9??nmptlon or diptiUirrla.
No mediclae lias ever been discovered wlilcii
rxfi? S"1 quickly and surely la SUcil COSCS ;:S
PlCRXiir' DAVIS' PAIN KIM,KR. The
prompt as? of tills invaluable remedy lias
bared thousands r.( lives.
p??:r?' ?>av;s' **ain killer. 13
not nn experiment. It lias been before tlio
public for iorty y?arn, and. Is most valued
wn<>re it Is best, known.
A few oxtracls from voluntary testimonials
read as follow*:
Pa ix Ktt.t.bh ha* Ivxmi my houwholil remedy for
cold* for the ;<st twt<ufy-aevou >v.r.?, and Lira
tcver kucxa it to fsJi la cit'eciiuj a cure.?
L. 3. Cr^c.-tf.k. Wilti?in.<?vil!e. X. Y.
For thirty yvrs I Jisvo n.-ivi P.i:* Kilixr, srd
found i: 3 nover-fdllaK renitdy for colcto anil soro
tlirosL?Ijahtok s>:\x.\r.
Have reoiwl j:un?t<lv.?o relief from oolds and
Fore- ifcrotit. ar.il eon>-:<Vr yc:;r r.ws Krr.r.xu aa
InTAiuablo xnoZy.?iizo. 3. ETXiiEiT, Dickinson,
* 1 h.?re ju.at recovered from a very wvpre cold,
which I htvp. for nojno chue. I cotiM no
rrliW until I tried your J'ain K:li.kh, which
rolii'rcd ir.e iinrrjooiaWj-. I will never ag?in be
n-iis.vt it _<! o Voa^sL Tyvtr*rt?K. tJu.
Ka*-e a.?ed Pain Ki&lkh in my lariily fnr fo^7
vears RD'l luve nevor kuorrn it to I*iL? iUSsOS
Lewi*. Vaynoxboro. Go.
I be<an uisiiin- P*T!? Kn.nr? la my family twentvflvo
yearj siro and have n.^ed iteverwuctviBd have
fouad no luodiriE* so tafcc t> plum.?B. w. Dvea,
Druwist, Oneicla. 3J. Y.
For -who-jpiiiif-<?uw;h dad eronp it in fie bMt
prepnretlon and*, v. e would act ha vrithemt it?
A. P. Uout*, li\"it*f >1 ills Vs.
iv>r twojitv-ilve y<-a*< I V.v* iwt Pain Kaw
for old* aa3 efcapjwd ilrs, atnl ecnn1dw it the bwi
median# #vej o* cr*i?tfmwifflrU dBrintfteet
I wis >ufferii!(r severely with smA icy
throat wi-ji inflamed t ecu-a i?-jirwily mrallo^
my food. I wm tdvixed to try your Pain Xii.lsA,
3tJ n;t*? taking ? few 4mm wa eoapleWy
cur?4?T. Wikeixhox.
Dr. VTamo* write" ?*>?] CVwSoefc-n: Yaw Paw
Kliuui ouren diuktharia ?s(J esoto feroat. to alarmingly
iT?T*lcjt kor*. aud *n>? not l>>?n t?own t?
fail m a iCnjrle iustarc* Tfcta fact you efaocid
ica^ft known fci the world.
Mrs. K&fciuf B. Ma#on writra- My arc ?cst?ko
Violntly Kick with dil^thoris, hi eh fever, and cold
chili*. So mxiy children iave died here, I wsa
afra'.d to ci.ru physician, ai:d tried yonr Pais
KiLi.a:t. He vms ttkeu on Sunday, t?d oa
%V*dnor?day his thront vraa elear. II was ft vrov*
dcrful euro. and I wish it could be lhaown to the
poor mothers who arc lo?ic? so many chiklam.
For ChllLs and Fever i'AIX KILLER has
noequii. it euro* when everything else fails
ixuays ar> orren dangerous. a utnu>- <-a i
D.viwKn.LJ!K4n tlia lionsc la a safeguard that 1
no family should be without.
A11 drogrgiais bell It at JiOc., 30c., aiul S1.00 .
per bottle.
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STOCK OF CEPvJSTjXAS GOOD? j
AND BUSINESS IS YERY DULL. |
I TvILL SELL DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING. BOOTS and SHOES.,
NTIONS; ETC., AND ALSO
avnrv.mvs.
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CONSISTING OF FINE HAMS,
FINE SUGAR, FINE ELOTJR,
FINE NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES,
AND ALL ARTICLES BE "
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GROCERY STORE AND DRY I
GOODS STOIiE, AT VERY SMALL !
PROFIT.
IT WILL RE TO YOUR INTEREST
TO COME AND EXAMINE
THESE GOODS AND TIIE PRICES.
Respectfully,
B. ?> UGEA'li JilM Eli. |
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my customers I Lave added to m
STOCK
ATMOBE S MINCE MEAT,
ATM03ES PLUM PUDDING.
APPLE BUTTER.
VERY FINE RAISINS in BOXES, |
VERY FINE R AISINS in QUARTEIiBOSES.
CITRON, LEMONS, ORANGES,
LEA & PERRIN'S Worcestershire
Sauce.
FRESII IMPORTED MACCARONI,
FRESH BUCKWHEAT,
FRESH CHEESE,
TRY MY SUGAR-CURED HAMS,
Tt-nrr "D i T>r*TXT"T? r<r>T7?r?T?Tr<
J.XyX ilLJ. JL -a-Lii\j i i i tj~r wo; f.-uu*
BORDENS EAGLE BKAND CONDENSED
MILK, 20 cents per can
?warranted genuineCHOW-CHOW
PICKLES BY the
quart or pint.
"LOTS" OF EVERYTHING.
R. M. HUEY.
Dec 20
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Ayor's
MairVigor,'
FGH nEGTCO?:-;G GSAY HA.3 73 173
NATURAL VITALITY AieD CG1G5.
It is a most agreeable dressing, which
is at once l:ar:rJrss a:;:l cfteotual, for
preserving the hair. It restores, with
the gloss and freshness of youth, failed
or gray, light, and red hair, to a rich
brown, or deep blac':, ns way he desired.
By its use thin hair is thickened, nnd
baldness often though not a!ways cured.
Il checks failing of the hair ininiedi- i
ately, and causes a new growth in all
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white to brashy, v.*eal;, or otherwise
diseased hair, it imparts vitality and
strength, and renders it pliable.
The Vigor clear;ses the scalp, cures
and prevents the formation of dandruff;
and, by its cooling, stimulating, and
soothing prSpertio*, i* heals most if not
all of the humors and diseases peculiar
to the scaip, keeping it cool, clean, and
mfi, undar Thieh conditions diseases
of th? scalp and hair are impossible.
As a Dr?eekig for Ladies' Hair
The Vigor is incomparable. It iscolorless,
contains neither oil nov dye, and
will not soil white cambric. It imparts
an agreeable and lattim; perfume, and
ae an article fur the toilet it is economical
and unsurpassed iu its excellence.
PBtPARtU BT UK. J. U. ATtK a BU.,
PractioaJ iu><l Aualytlcal CkeurUta,
Lowell, Mass.
ftOiD BT ALL DUL'GCISTS EV.CSTWHEEZ.
jos pbintimt"
A11 kinds of JOB HUNTING, such
as Letter Heads Bill HeadsKnvclopes,
<fcc.. ?fcc., done in neat style and verr
meatj at TlIK NtW* am) Ueuai.d
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PRICES AN 10 TERMS EXACTLY j
SAME.
Ordor from iTc^illTH. at Charlotte, N. j
oml save Time. Money and Freight, j
la^(.--5 Pianos r.nu 50 Organs) Stock.
CIIICKEFIXO,
MATIIUSMEK, I
ORIOX,
SOUTHERN GEM PIANOS, f
MASON ic IIAMLIN,
S1IOXIGER.
PELOL'BET & CO. ORGANS. |
Send for one of my Pianos or Organsi
and test it in yocr own house is ail I *sk. !
If yon contemplate buying, write to me, j
von "criil save money and I '.nil
Give yon and thrown in everything r.n j
honest nu;E can ask. Send for price?, cto. j
Address,
F. JicSillTH. !
Doc 20
f
OLTIi STOCK
IS NOW COMPLETE IN EACH
?AND?
EVERY PARTICULAR.
I
.
INQUIEE OF US FOPt EVEPtY
AKTITLE YOU DESISE TO
PUPcCHASE, and "SATISFACTION
WE WILL GUARANTEE ALWAYS.
In addition to our usual stock of
Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hats
Mir! ShoAs. wft offer SDecial induce
ments in
GROCERIES and PROVISIONS.
?ALSO?
Rugging and Ties at Lowest prices.
ULYSSE G. BESPORTES.
oefc 1?)
SALE
AND FEED STABLES.
"VYnrcsBORO. S. C., Dec. 14,1881.
. XOOK OUT!
Everybody bring in yonr old,
broken down stock and exchange
them for young ones, as the undersigned
lias just arrived with Thirty
fat Virginia horses and inules,
among them some good saddle and
harness horses, which he will sell
CHEAP for CASH, or on time, by
making him a good bankable note.
| He will also pay the highest CASH j
' PJRICE for old fat PLUG mules and j
I horses.
A. WIIXIFORD.
'
i Dec 15
. NEW j
1
JUST RECEIVED,
Fifteen Barrels Choice Now Crop!
New Orlean? Molasses, the best that
' could be bought in the New Orleans J
market.
FRESH BUCKWHEAT FLOXJB;
?AND?
0 T MSA Tj.
1 ?ALSO? 4
FOUR HUNDRED BUSHELS OF
PTTRF ilFD RUST
i " PROOF OATS.
ALL CHEAP FOR THE CAS^J
B. B. FliEXXSIiEX. j
Juu 10 I
I JUHT
RECEIVED,!
|
FR ESI I BUCK WII EAT,
FRESII OAT MEAL,
EVAPORATED APPLES,
POTTED HAM.
POTTED TURKEY,
POTTED TONGUE,
POTTED CIIICKEX.
CORNED BEEF
and
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE.
MACARONI and CHEESE.
ASSORTED PICKLES
and
CHOW-CHOW,
And a full supply of
STAPLE GBOCEKIiSS.1
I
"Which wc arc offering very LOW j
for tlio CASH.
J. F. McMASTED & CO- !
Nov 24
.1
qp; qaangegaga?aeg?nagaecsttaeaB?Br
GEFJSTS?S m
GOODS j
We have just received a
:
NICE ASSORTMENT
of Christmas Gocd?. to which we * ;
would call riio attention of the public.
Our assortment of Christmas Books is
ENTIRELY NEW,
and lias been carefully selected. Also,
an elegant line of '
FANCY BOXES ,)F PAPER,
PufF Boxes, Shaving Mngs, TVrifinjr
Desks, Etc., and a large variety of other
Christmas Goods too numerous to
mention.
We have* just opened our second
supply of
CHRISTMAS and
NEW YEAR CARDS,
and they are decidedly the handsomest
.\rnr wonilWI 111 tlllS nlrtrO. All VVG
a>k is that you call ami inspect our i
stock before buying your Christmas
rrescuts.
McMASTEP.,BRIC? & KETCUrS*.
Dec 22
is /fritz Zii *1
1 /?* if 1
Jskm i
?SJlSI?ii! !
,'4i> *1i. ca ?T2 3
P ' Si j
The Latest lbs Best - J
riii p:st ;s the cheapest.
The handsomest and cost con:::!cio
LARGE ASJf MASH1SE . |
Yet produced. ......
ILLUST2.ITS!) ClSCULASS SEIvT
ON APPLICATION. |
j Victor Sewing Machine Co*, I
iliddlotcwn, Conn. j >
{Socihsrn OT.ce, f.'o. 2 ~L Charles St, Bal'usore, Md.1
?* qcMwucai m xr>Hi?utt^i #*
FiliEfsSiy! I
/ <^sSS
; -..'i
| A BEAUTIFUL BOOK fcr the ASKING .
. y
15v applying personally at the nearest
office of THE SlNOEIi TURING
CO. (or by postal card if at a di?- . A
tr.nce) any ADULT person v>ill bo prex^nt^ri
with .1 beautifully illustrated copy
of a New Book entitled
GEXfCS REWARDED,
?<?E THE?
STORY of the SEWING KACHES'E
. -ys
containing a hand some and costly kfrel
engraving frontispiece, also. 28 finely engraved
wood cms, and bound in an elaborate
bine and gold lithographed cover.
No charge whatever is made for this handsome
book, which can be obtained only
by application at the branch and subordinate
offices ofThe Singer Manufacturing-'
THE SINGER MANTJPACTTJBING CO. *"
Principal Office, 34 Union Square,
may 17-ly New York.
ICS^CER TOftiiC
I As lavigorat'.R) H?diciRe tat Rmr Intestate*
3 This delicious combination of Ginger. Buchu,
M.mdraka. Scllingia. and many other of the best
| vegetable remedies known, euros all disorders of
H the bowels, stomach, liver, kiiocys andlungs. &is
| Use Best asd 8arsst Soagb Care Ever Used.
3 If you are suffering from Femak Gxr.phir.ts,
Q Nervousness, Wakefulness, Rhexmvatjsm Dyspejv
S sia, age or any disease or infirmity, tahe P-rker's
8 Ginger Tonic. It will *rea?!tfcca btaia and body
8 and give you sew life and vigor.
| lOO DOLLARS . _ 1
g Paid ior anythinginjuriotx found in Oinger Ton2"
S or for a failure to help or cure. . "...
E 4"*. ?i'l 4! at dralen ia arcs*.- I^r? >?? iughg^r:ng'*B
3 $1 Sii*. S<=>i fo.-tircBJarwHiscoiiCo., Iw Vio^jV.N.T. a
BaWBEagBBMMaWB? iJ
1629 ACRES Q?f'
VALUABLE
| LAND FOB SALE. " J
T OFFER, privately, for sale. on e:ipy
terms, and at a moderate price, a'l
| that tract of land. lcno\rn as the Lr.rapk:n
j Place, ivin^ on the waters of Dry Fork of
w:ij<rree v.resK, i'.uu uouauea uv n-.uw m
T. 0. Caldwell. James Jones and the Dr.
J. C. Moblcy lands. There is about 30'J
acr*s ot original woods on the place, with
some very fine pine timber. Would suit any
one in the lumber business, it being sitnih,ted
in a section where lumber is in de^unnd,
and saw mills scarce.
For particulars, price, terms, etc., apply
| to the undersigned, agent lor Mrs. M. J.
ilobley, at Cornwall's, P. 0., South Gu*?iina
Ji. T. HCOSBSJi.
Jan ll-x4t
LAW FAB^EESHIPT
-'
rpHE undersigned have formed a psrt.L
nership under the firm name of
Li'LES & BUCHANAN, tor the practice
of law in ull of its branches, for theCour.|
ty of Fairlieiu and wherever they may b*
| employed as a firm. Will practice in ail
of the State Courts and theFede.al Court*
for this State.
W}T. H. LYLES.
OSMUND W. BUCHANAN.
Jan 5 |x3m
1
| SOXE1 WASTED.
ALL PERSONS indebted to ns frr
goods bought in 1?^1 and all former g
years, are earnestly requested to pay up m
as soon as possible. We must \ ave the
rnonev to pay those whom we owe.
I MellASTER, BKICE & KFJJGJUN. V
1 sept 24
?
| FERTILIZERS.
German Krvinit (direct importation"*,
Peruvian Guano (direct from the agent of {
! the Peruvian Government). Fish Gnano
v6 and 8 per cent. Ammonia). Nova Scotia
Land Piaster South Carolina Ground
Phosphate (fine ground and high grade.)
For ShI* bv
HERMANN P.ULWINKLB,
K git's Wharf,
Dw 1 S-fxfha CfcarUaton, 8. C.
SlOO REWARD.
[WILL <rive one hundred dollars
reward for infonnation sufficient
to convict any party or parties who
were concerned in the burning of the
store-house of Mrs. Moses Mackoreli,
near Blackstock.
R. J. McCARLEY.
Janl9-tx3

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