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THE NEWS AND HERALD.
wixSSBORO, S. C
wednesday. august 5. : : : 1885.
jyO. S. REYNOLDS, )
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The pall-bearers for General Grant's
funeral will be equally divided between
Federal and Confederate officers.
President Cleveland a iu his enfire
( noinet will attend the funeral of
Genera! Grant, after which he will
spend a few week3 in the mountains.
Hox. S. S. Cox, the new United
States minister to Turkey, has arrived
at Constantinople, and will be pre
sented to the Sultan this weok.
The latest removal of an "offensive
partisan" in this State is thaf of Alunzo
"Webster, postmaster at Orangeburg.
This doubtless is a good arrangement
and shonld have been done years ago.
The first bale of new cotton for the
season was sold in uonsion, iexas,
and brought in round numbers one
hundred dollars. Who will bring in
the first bale in Fairfield this year and
get a big round sum?
The Virginia Democratic platform
contains the usual tariff plank, insist- J
iug on a tariff for revenue only, for
the administration economical administered.
It endorses the action of
President Cleveland since lie took the
reius of government in his bands.
Gex. Joseph E. Johxstox was in
Portland, Oregon, when he received a
telegram announcing that he had been
appointed by the President one of the
pall-bearers at the- funeral of Gen.
Grant. He telegraphed that he would
accept, and at once started for New
Louis Kiel, the rebel leader, has
been convicted before a jury of his
countrymen and lias been sentenced to
be hanged. When the foreman brought
in the verdict he was in tears, and
stated chat he was found guilty with a
distinct recommendation to mercy, and
he hoped that it would be recognized.
July has been a fatal month with
Presidents and ex-Presidents. The
death of Gen. Grant made the fifth iu
this- month. Among the others we
find the name of Garfield, who received
his death wound on the 2nd of
this fatal month, but did not die until
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some ume aicer.
The latest English sensation is that
Lord Coleridge, when on his American
toar a few years ago, met an American
lady on the steamer as he went over to
England and is about to marry her.
It is stated that she threatened to bring
an action for breach of contract, and it
is now announced that he is now about
to marry her. A London dispatch of
the 2nd inst. states that his family are
very angry at the prospect of the early
marriage ot" the chief justice.
The first coffee raised in the United
States was in ISSOby Mme. Atzerdth,
of Manotee, Fla. There are on her
place at present twenty-five trees in
.i?- , . uiMLuoir.? iui* ucuiuireu ijcctr
the fact that by proper care and attention
coffee can be raised successfully
in Florida. It is a prosperous State,
and if this important industry can be
developed it would certainiv add greatly
to the value of the country, as it
could snpply the whole country with
this wholesome stimulant.
For several weeks the State papers
have been fall of news, editorial matter
and squibs about coons. This
animid having greatness so suddenly
thrust upon him, could not staud the
strain and so has been again assignned
his regular place in the family of animals.
The New York man it seems,
didn't want coons but quails, audit
will be quite gratifying to sportsmen,
if they should discover that qnaiis infest
South Carolina to the large extent
that coons recently did.
Sexatoe Mahcxe is again showing
his hand. He has addressed a circular
letter to the postmasters of Virginia
vrho have gained their positions
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inrougn nis innuence. ?oe oujeci 01
his circular is to find out if they have
been removed, and if so, what charges
were preferred against them? who
preferred them? if they asked of the
department what reasons were there
for their discharge? Undoubtedly his
object is to use the replies as campaign
docaments, but it is not probable that
thej* will have much effect in the in
telligent voters of Virginia.
The Albany (N. Y.) Typographical
Union has issued a circular to other
Unions complaining that the State
printing has been persistently awarded
by a Republican board to a Republican
firm. Thcv also want a share of the
printing patronage and propose to
insist upon having a .chance or else to
severely rebuke the Republican officers
at the State election. All other expedi
ents tailing tney propose 10 maKe it an
issue in the campaign. It seems that
the ctii^r competing officers are Democratic,
and it is only a question of
politics and not the lowest bidder that
secures the place. Thus the printers
throw the first shot into the Republican
"We clip the following from a leading
exchange relative to the formation of
an association which will probably
play and important part in the future
There has recently been formed in
Ireland a political association which is
destined to play, an important part in
the immediate future of the country.
It is called the Irish Loya! and Patri
otic Union, and its headquarters are,
of course, in London. Its object is to
unifce tbe loyalists of all creeds and
politics in an effort to mould and determine,
to some extent at least, the
future government of tbe country.
The promoters, who include in their
ranks many noblemen with large
estates in Ireland, amply supplied
with funds, and their ambition is to
leave their mark on the future legislative
record of that island.
It seems that in the failure of John
Roach the Government will probably
loose a considerable sum of money.
He had contracted With tkfc Govern*
ment to build several ships?among1
them the Dolphin, over which there
has been so much dispute between ?.he
builder and the Secretary of the Navy.
Four others remain unfinished, which
are liable to be damaged by neglect,
and nnless completed within a short
time, the Government will be the
looser. Secretary "Whitney has written
to the assignees of John Roach asking
them to meet the Attorney General and
himself at some early day to have a
conference and attempt to make some
adjustment of the matter satisfactory
to all parties. The Secretary is determined
to make the best out of a bad
?r?K onH cfico i~Jr>rpvnmpiif .05 mnr.h
money as can possibly be done under
Among the first to desert the Republican
fold after the nomination of
James G. Blaine for President was
Ilenry Ward Beechcr. He said that
the "grand old party" was about to
drop to pieces on account of its rottenness,
and he promptly enlisted under |
the Democratic banner. The follow- j
ing sentiment expressed by him a few I
days ago shows that he does not regret
his step, in regard to appointments
They say some of his appointments
have been mistakes. Perhaps they
have; but his whole deportment shows
that if they were mistakes they were
mistakes with no malice in them. They
can be culled nothing more than mere
specks, specks that can be brushed oft',
too. In everything essential all of his
acts have been admirable. And, mark
my work, he is going to continue in
this same straightforward, patriotic
way to the end. If he does, not oue
President siuce Washington will have
passed into history with greater honors
on his head than belong to Grover
Cleveland, it me jueraocrauc puny
manages to rise to the level of Grover
Cleveland I will be content to go with
it. If it does not, then 1 go with
Grover Cleveland. There is no disappointment
in that man.
Death of 3Ir. B. W. Bettiw.
AVe are pained to announce tho death
of Mr. JBettis, of Edgefield, on July
29, after a protracted and painful spell
of sickness. Mr. Bettis, although a
young man had occupied positions of
honor and trust, and at the time of
his death was the Democratic County
Chairman. H'e had a promising future
before him, and already 1 e was one of
the leading young men of the State.
Kis death will not only be a loss to his
own county but the entire State.
General Fitzhngh Lee dominated.
The Democratic State Convention of
Virginia met in Richmond on Friday
last for the purpose of nominating a
candidate for Governor. After a permanent
organization a motion to nominate
candidates for Governor was
carried, and several nominations were
made before the convention. Among
the number was the name of General
Fitzhugh Lee. After nominations
were closed and the balloting began it
was apparent that General Lee would
gain the nomination, and before it was
concluded his nomination was made
unanimous amid the wildest enthusiasm.
He was informed of his nomination
and presented himself before the
Convention to thank them ior the "
honor conferred upon him. He spoke
of the time when he was a United
States army officer, and when his
State seceded that he answered her
call in person. We all know how gallantly
he fought upon her battlefields
for the success of tie now "Lost
Cause". General Lee is just such a
manias was needed by the Democrats
of Virginia to carry the State against
Wise and Mahone.
In his nomination our Virginia
friends have honored a worthy sonone
who will enter the campaign to
win, and we feel satisfied that we shall
have the pleasure this fall of tendering
our congratulations upon the victory
won by "Lee and his friends for homerule
and honest government.
The exposures of the vices of London
made by the Pull Mall Gazette, and
over which there has been so much
said by the press of England and our
country, seems to be substantial}- correct.
The committee appointed to
inouire into the statements made bv
the Gazette and to report the result of
their investigation, after inquiring
fully into the proof offered to substantiate
the exposures, have made the following
Having been requested to inquire as
to the truth oi* the statements printed
in the Pall Mall Gazette, and having
from the first determined to exclude
inquiry into charges against parcicular
men or classes of men or against the
police, we have strictly confined our- 1
selves to an inquiry into the system of
criminal vice described. After carefully
sifting the evidence of the wit- j
noccnc onrl fho matoriala 110 !
without guaranteeing the accuracy of
every particular, we are satisfied that
on the whole the statements of the
Pall Mall Gazette are substantially
The Gazette charges that some of
the greatest of the crimes can be traced
to the door of some of the most influential
families of the country. The
exposures made by the Gazette and its
untiring efforts to place the social life
of London before the country in its
proper light is worthy of the greatest
commendation. It has been fearless
in its denunciation of the horrible
crimes committed, and tne bold stand
which it has taken for the promotion
of morality and to root out this terrible
vice in London, should meet with
the hearty approval of every good
citizen of England. An effort will be
made by Parliament to remedy in some
way, oy me passage 01 a judicious iaw,
the present system of vice practised by
many of the people of London. In
this action we doubt not but that they
will have the undivided support of the
whole people. The morals of some of
our own cities might be improved by
exposing some of the vices carried on
within their limits.
?Ayer's Sarsaparilla is designed for
those who need a medicine to purify
their blood, build them up, increase :
their appetite, and rejuvenate their
whole system. No other preparation
so well meets this want. It touches :
the exact spot. Its record of forty :
years is one of constant triumph over i
Mnnthern I'otton Mills.
A meeting of representatives of the '
Southern cotton mills w&s held in ;
Augusta on the 27th uH.; for the pur- j
pose of devising some method by
which thev could be made more profit- j
able and compete successfully , 5th:
Northern mills. The attendance was!
very small, and apparently very little j
enthusiasm prevailed among the reprc-1
sentatives. For soine time past the j
Southern mills have been considerably !
depressed and busiudss has been almost!
at a standstill. The managers realiz- j
ing this state of affairs thought it ad- j
visable to adopt some plan by which I
they could make Southern manufacturing
more remunerative. In unity
there is strenth, and we see no reason
why by uniting upon some course of
action and working together in harmony
the Southern mills cannot be j
made as progressive ana as protitaoie :
as those of the North. One great
trouble, and one which can be easily
remedied, was suggested by W. II.
Hill, of Virginia. lie says:
The groundwork of our present
troubles lies in the tact that Southern
cotton mills have been trying to sell
their own goods. This can never be
done successfully. In going on the
markets to sell our own "goods we not
onlv comDete with each other to a
greater extent than if goods were sold
through regular channels, but we positively
compete with ourselves.
It is undoubtedly true that by selling
their goods themselves they cannot
realize as good profit as could be done
through other channels. At no time
since the war has as much been' said of
the South and the advantages aud resources
which it presents as has been
said within the last twelve months.
Capitalists arc beginning to see these
advantages, and are willing to invest
in Southern industries, but so long as
Ihe Southern mills cannot work together
themselves they will withhold
their capital. It behooves them then
to unite upon some coarse of action
and make the field as inviting as possible.
Such a course will result beneficially,
not only to the mills themselves
will- IV I WO U UV1V S^VUIU
Northern capitalists lack confidence in
the Southern people, and consequently
it behooves them to guarantee to
Northern capital every right which
tliey enjoy themselves. "With plenty
of "capital there is ho reason made
world why the South cannot bein the
the most * prosperous section of onr
A Sensation in Colombia.
Quite a sensation was created in
^ ? ? _ m j U,
uoiumuia lliSl JLllurduav uiicmuuii v>
a white man horsewhipping a colored
man. Col. Tilman Watson, who is a
alderman from Ward 4, borrowed a
horsewhip from a teamster in the
vicinity of the market, and, accompanied
by Mr. Samuel Green, proceeded
to the front of a colored barber shop,
kept by Wm. Thomas, 011 Washington
street, where they met George Shrewsq
irmlntfn Alrform'sn Watson
strnck Shrewsberry with the horsewhip,
when the latter rose from the
bench on which he sitting on the
sidewalk and seizing the whip jerked
it from Mr.-"Watson's grasp. The bystanders
interferred, when a policeman
came up and arrested Mr. Green,
whom Alderman Watson ordered to
be released and it was done. George
Shrewsberry states that the assault
upon him was not uuexpected, as Mr.
in the same vicinity, cursed him and
threatened him with serious bodily
harm if he ever heard of Shrewsberry
again visiting a mulatto woman named
Mamie Wiley. This womau, and
jealousy of her, seems to be at the
bottom of the difficulty. The next day
Col. Watson was fined $20 by the
An Answer Wanted.
Can auv one bring us a case of Kid
ney or Liver Complaint that Electric
Bitters will not speedily cure? We
say they cannot, as thousands of cases
already permanently cured and who
are daily recommending Electric Bitters,
will prove. Bright's Disease,
Diabetes, Weak Back, or any urinary
complaint quickly cured. They purify
the blood, regulate the bowels, and
act directly on the diseased parts.
Every bottle guaranteed. For sale at
50 cents a bottle by McMaster, Brice
Grant at "Hard Scrabble."
The death of General Grant has
revived anecdotes of his experience.
Scores of the "oldest inhabitants"
were personally acquainted with him
and several arc now here who.helped
Grant to build the log house which he
called "Harb Scrabble" on account of
the trouble which he experienced in
providing for his family. To illustrate
one trait in the character of the man,
the following story of him is told:
Living- near Hard Scrabble was a
widow with three children. One day
after disposing of a load of wood in
the city, Grant heard that the widow's
cabin had burned down. lie sold the
wood for $5, aud though sadly iu need
of the money himself, started a subscription
with the five dollars and
going among his friends he soon had a
fund of one hundred dollars collected, i
which he turned over to the widow.
One of the General's children is buried
in St. Louis.
An Enterprising:, Reliable Firm,
McMaster, Brice & Ketchin can always
be relied npon, not only to carry
in stock the best of everything, but to
secure the agency for such articles as
have well-known merit, and are popular
with the people, thereby sustaining
the reputation of being always enterprising,
and ever reliable. Having
secured the agency for the celebrated
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consnmntion.
will sell it on a positive
guarantee. It will surely curc any
and every affection of the Throat,
Lungs, and Chest, and to show our
confidence, we invite you to call and
get a trial bottle free. *
?Twenty years ago a promiucnt
citizen of ilaleigh, N. C., purchased
an old desk. He after awhile ceased
to use it and a few days ago broke it
up. To his surprise he discovered a
secret drawer. Out of this fell piles
of money. Some of the bills were
moth eaten and dingy, while others
were fresh and clear. There were
thousands 01 aonars 01 me currency.
It was in many casf>s issued under the
authority of Congress,'in session at
Halifax, N. C. The denominations of
the bills were from -S2 to $50. In
some the value was expressed in
pounds, shillings and pence. It was
all what is known as "Continental
currency " and must have been placed
in the secret repository during or just
after the Revolutionary ,var.
?T5Y?r ifjs sonlhino- rind cratefnl in
fluencc on the scalp, and for the re-!
raoval aud prevention of dandruff,
Avers Hair Vigor has no equal. It
res teres faded or gray hair to its original
dark color, stimulates the growth
of the hair, and gives it a beautiful,
soft, glossy aud silken appearance. *
Tat action of Lord ltandolph
Cburchiilj as leader of the Conservative
party, has subjected him to severe
criticism bv some ofthe London papers.
The Standard attacks him in a bold
way, and does not mince words in
telling the people what kind of man
they believe him to be, and what will
be the consequence to the Conservative
party. That if he persists in dragging
the English Cabinet into the.
clique which he has entered into with
the Parnellits, that opposition need
have no fear as to the result at the
approaching general election. The
Standardj the recognized Tory organ,
"To speak plainly Lord Randolph
f!hm*nhili has been miffed in the nress
with admirable assiduity by a well
organized clique, which is always
ready to cry 'prodigious' whenever be
opens his mouth. But it is all in vain.
The Liverpool incident shows the
extent of the alarm which Churchill's
blundering and blustering have inspir- _
ed within the bosom.of his party. It
were a thousand times better that the
Conservatives should be again in
opposition than that they should be
exposed to the humiliation of such
ihino-s as ("!hnrch!ll's attacks on Earl
Spencer's government of Ireland.
Unless the Government disavows these
attacks it will feed the bad effects in
the future more seriocslv than ifhas
yet contemplated. The "troth istl&t
Lord Randolph Churchill has 1*feen
overrated. If his pranks be eudured
longer he will smash the Government
and the Conservative party. We x?ll
follow the Marquis of Salisbury, out
wc will not follow this overgrown
schoolboy without knowledge sufficient
to fathom his own ignorance of
statesmanship. It is a common saying
that Lord Randolph Churchill is equally
radical with Joseph Chamberlain,
and the popular estimate is not far
?At the August meeting of the
Edgefield County Agricultural Society,
to be held on the 12th, the subjects for
discussion are as follows: "The Advantages
of Small Farms and Intensive
Farming/' W. T. Walton and R.
Ponfolrvn "WhnJ: Amnnnf. nf
mercial Fertilizers is Used in Edgefield
County and What is Their Cost, and,
Do We Use Them Extravagantly?*
0. Shepp&rd andF. H. Wardlaw.
?A small son of a Raleigh man,,
when asked if he was not very much
frightened when the lightning struck,
his fathers house, on July 34,-replied:
"No, de Lord wasn't gwine to hnrt
me, it was daddy He was after."
I keep the well Known EXCELSIOR
COOKS in several sizes, viz: Nos. 7,17, t
27, 37, 8,18, 28, 38, etc, Wltll ana WltllOUS
Also, Emerald, Virginia, Patron, Fanner
Girl and the COTTON OPTION, No. 7,
which I run with full equipment at $16.
REPAIRS for Stoves in stock or obtained .
at short notice.
PIPE made to order. Black and Gal
vanized Sheet Iron, Koonng ana isngni
Tin, Wire, Solder, etc.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODSof every
description. Wooden-ware, Willow-ware,
Tin-ware. Yellow and Rockingham Ware. nvuB.
SHAFTS, and' >j
The best and handsomest Wire Fence is
The LEADER PLOWS give good satisfaction.
Sizes, one-horse, Nos. 20, 21,22,
$4.50, $3.00 and $5.50
J. H. CUMMINGS.
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WILMINGTON, N. C, JUNE 22, 1885.
FAST LI^TIE '
Charleston and Colnmbia and Upper
Leave Charleston 7.25 a. m.
Leave Lanes 8.46 a. m.
Leave Sumter 9.47 a. m.
Arrive Columbia 10.55 a. m.
Arrive Winnsboro. 3.02 p. m.
Arrive Chester. 4.15 p. m.
Arrive Yorkville 5.38 p. m.
Arrive Lancaster 7.01 p. m.
Arrive Rock Hill 4.56 p. m.
Arrive Charlotte 6 00 p. m.
Leave Charlotte 1.00 p. in.
Leave Rock Hill 2.02 p. m.
Leave Lancaster 7.00 a. m.
Leave Yorkville 1.07 p. m.
Leave Chester 2.44 p. m.
Leave "tVinnsboro 3.48 p. m.
Leave Columbia 5.27 p. m.
Arrive Sumter 6.41 p. m.
Arrive Lanes 7.45 p. m.
Arrive Charleston 9.15 p. m.
Solid trains between Charleston and Columbia.
Special Parlor Cars attached to this train
between Charleston and Golumbia. No
extra charge for seat in these cars to passengers
holding First-Clasji tickets.
J. F. riVINE, T. M. EMERSON,
Gen'l Sup't. Gen'l Pass. Agent
T X^TlJT\T/irrA\T TT>
The young Horse, LEMDfGTON, Jr.,
will stand the ensuing spring season at his
stable i n Winnsboro. Scrvice, Ten Bolla
paid in advance. Every care will be taken
to prevent accidents, but no liability will
be assumed for any that may occur. (
PEDIGREE OF LEMTNGTON.
Was bred by Col. Thos. G. Bacon from
his celebrated race horse Lynchburg, he ,
by imported' Lenrington, (see Bruce's
American Stud Book, Gray Norma, page
499,) the dam of Lemington, Jr., was Lost
Cause, by i*icvenue, out of Seat rase, she
by imported Albion, out of Gray Norma,
she by imported Leviathian, out of
Morgianna, she by Pacalet. out of Black
Sophia and she "by Topgallant The
celebrity of the stock mentioned renders
further tracing of the pedigree unnecessa
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WE ABE STILL SELLING OUT OUR
entire stock of
HOSIERY, GLOVES, ETC.
THE GREATEST BARGAINS
Now is the time to buy CORSETS. Our
entire stock of ONE ITJNDRED CORSETS
'"" PEN AUG,
Af A V nTTTPP.V
and NURSING CORSETS.
All to be CLOSED OUT.
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S.
We propose "CLEARING OUT" our
entire stock of Hosiery. You can get some
GBEAT BARGAINS in tliese goods.
CASI1MERES, NUN'S VEILING and
other Dress Goods yet to be sold.
PERCALES, FOULARDS, Ftc., at 8X
cents, well worth 1234 cents.
HAMBURG EDGINGS apd LACES are
selling rapidly. Call early and see the
bargains in these jjoods.
An elegant lot of MARSEILLES
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fresh hudnut grits.
whole and broken rice.
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Semi-Annnal Drawings of The Louisana .
State Lottery Company. and in person manage
and control the Drawings themselves,
and thfit. ths. are conducted with hon
esty, fairneSsahd in good faith toward all
parties, and ice- authorize" the Compamr-*to ]
use thin certificate, with the facsimile* of <mr
signature* attached, in vU "advertisements." ^
Commissioners. I ->
Incorporated in 1 SOX for 25 years by the
Legislature for Educational and Charitable *
purposes?with a capital of ?1,000,000?to
which a reserve fund of over ?550,000 has
since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote its j
franchise was made a part of the present
State Constitution adopted December 2nd, (
A. D. 1879.
The only Lottery ever noted on and en.
dorsed by the people of any State.
It never scales or postpones. (
Its Grand Single Xumber Drawings
take place monthly.
A 81'LEXpiP OPPOOTOITY TO
? 1 A A JT UKl'L.TIW twn i n Uham/ i ?
DRAWING. CLASS H. IN THE ACADEMY OF
MUSIC. NEW ORLEANS, TUESDAY. AUGUST
11, 3885?183d .Monthly Drawing
CAPITAL PRIZE, $75,000.
100.000 Tickets at Fire Dollars Each.
Fractions, In Fifths, in Proportion.
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE $75,000
1 do do 25,ooo
1 do do lo.ooo ,
2 PRIZES OF $6000 12,000 I
5 .do 2O0O 10,000 I
10 do low 10,000 j
20 do 500 10,000 I
100 do 200 2<>,000 1
300 do loo 30.000 I I
500 go ou ;j.uw |
1000 do V5 25,000
9 Approximation Prizes ot $75o c,T5o i
9 do do 5<k) ' 4.300 (
9 do do 2o<> 2.250
1967 Prizes, amounting to J'JCJ.soo
Application for rates to clubs sliould be made J
ooly to the office of tne Cmpany la New
For further information write clearly, giving
full address. POSTAL NOTKS, Express
Money Oraers. orXew Yo* k Exchange in ordl- !
narx letter. Currency by Express (Ml sums or
J5 and upwards at our expense) addressed
M. A. DAUPHIN*,
New Orleans, La.,
or M. A. DAUPHIN*.
Cavonth fi# . WflfihJnfton. D. C.
Make P. 0. Money Orders payable and address
Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
New Orleans, La. ]
SPUING- OPENING. 1
Call and inspect the Spriug
Stock just received by
We guarantee at all times
the very LOWEST Prices
in Dress Good?, WI?*te
Goods, Notions, Embroideries,
Laces, Ribbons. Veilings,
Lawns and Piques,
Fancy (jringuauts. i n e 1
largest, best assorted ami
FINEST STOCK OF !
8PBIXG A5D Sl'KXES CLOTHIXG.
Consisting of Dress and
Business Suits, for Men,
Youths and Boys, with a
full and complete line of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
TO CONVINCE YOU OF
THAT FACT CALL ON
P. LAN DECK Eft & BRO
"9NIJKM0 ONlHdS |
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InSUHE your life in the EQUITABLE
LIFE of New York, one of the strongest
and most reliable Companies in the world.
Try a J
SEMI- TONTINE POLICY, <
non-forfeitable after three annual pay- *
your Property against damage
from fire and lightning.
Policies written in reliable, prompt-paying
companies at the lowest rates allowed
by Southeastern Tariff Association.
J. C. CALDWELL, c
3Iayl0fxly Insurance Agent. I
OILS! OILS ! .
?: . ,J
LUBRICATING OIL-Thrce Qualities50,
GO and 75 conts per gallon.
At 25 cents per pint, good for any kind
of Machinery, but designed particularly _
for Buggies and Wagons.
For sale by a
W. E. AIKEN. o
Ague Cure ;
IS WAB2ANTED to cure all cases of ma*
l&rial disease, such as Ferer and Ague, Into
mittent or Chill Ferer, Bemittent FeTer,
Dumb Agna, Bilious Ferer, a&d Lirer Com* ! n
plam*, an case ox BHwn^ uuo i a
dealers are authorized, by oar circular of
July lit, 1282, to refund the money.
Dr.J.C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold
&y all Dreswtt. !3
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F. ff. HABEWCHT,
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC WINES,
LIQUORS, CIGARS, CIGARETTES,
TOBACCO, &C., ;
IAS IN STOCK AND OFFERS TO I
SELL LO VT FOR CASH ONLY, THE
FOLLOWING SUPERIOR ARTIi
ienuinc Imported Dnpuy, Otard & ,
jrenuiue JventncKy wnisKev, rne ?
Senuine Imperial Cabinet Whiskey.
Genuine Golden Grain Whiskey.
Genuine Silver Brook Whiskey.
Genuine Our Option Whiskey.
Genuine David Jones Whiskey.
Genuine .Nortn Carolina sweet aiasn
Genuine Domestic Gin.
Genuine Ginger Biandv.
Genuine Blackberry Brandy.
Imported Sherry Wine,
imported Port Wine.
Fine Old Apple Brandy.
Mumm's. Champagne (Genuine Imported.)
Dtmuv. Otard & Co. Braudv ("Genuine
Fine Holland Gin (Genuine Imported.)
Old Kentucky Whiskeys.
[)ceola Indian Bitters.
Bass's Pale Ale.
Tennaut's Staut Porter.
Vienna Export Beer.
Lager Beer, in bottles.
Iioss's Itoyal Ginger Ale.
ON DRAUGHT (COOL.)
rivoli Brewing Co.% Luther Ilecf.
Mott's Sweet Cider.
Mott's Crab Apple Cider.
THE ICE HOU.SE
Will open ag'ain for the season of 1885,
iml I will be pleased to serve the pnbic
and my former custom at reasona)le
prices and with dispatch.
THE ONLY POOL and BILLIARD
PARLOR IN TOWN-ON WHICH
Viends n:ay enjoy themselves at small
ind living rates.
F. W. HABESICHT.
LCJiU. IGJ?. _LCJ?U.
I liave received lately 40,000 pounds of
Lake, Kennebec River and Manufactured
[from pure spring water) ICE. I will
)?fer the same to the public of Winnsboro
md the surrounding country at reasonable
Thrpe 20-wmnd tickets for Si.00.
Eleven lo-pouud tickets for ?2-00.
Eleven 5-Dound tickets for ?1.00.
Twenty-one 2)4-poun(l tickets for $1.00,
Over fifty pounds and under one hun- .
Ired pounds at one and one-half cents a
To those wishing more than a hundred 5
>ound's at a time special prices will be
jiven by applying at the WINNSBORO
F. W. 1IABENICHT,
1UU11 ltV/VJUl?.l.JJ'' -FROM
PROPST BRO?, '
THEY WILL SELL TUEil TO YOU
5 low as they can be bought froui any
ther housein town.
w e nave in stocs; me oest oranas 01
JATENT FLOUR, also cheaper grades. 1
Jreen and Roasted Coffoc, Teas, Pure r<
Vhite Wine and Apple Vinegar, Molasses i
nd Syrups, at i
7&IFORM.LY LOW PRICES, s
J3T" All persons indebted to us on last
month's account will please come forward
nd settle, as we are needing money.
PROPST BROS. J
flUTQ "O A "T5TVTJ mar bo f?rad cm file at Geo.
LILLO r?kXZJSt p. BoweU ft Co'? newspaper
drertlritg Bureau (10 Sprnoe 8t.lwhere advertising
uaoacu aay bo aada Ux WI3T >SW YOS&a
FRESH GKuCERlES! <
f k. % ; ? |
"~/t ^ H
FRESH GROCERIES ! ! j
J./ ..v ^
FLOURS?I. iXvn-, Patent Cream.
310LASSES-New Orleans, Muscovado
and Sucar Drip. ^C
CHEESE AND MACARONI.
COFFEES-The Celebrated Moma ja, Old **
Government Java and Graded Rios.
TEAS?Green and Black. '
MOIR'S CHOW-CHOW, Mixed Pickle,
and a fresh and well assorted lotof Canned
FOE THE LAUXDRY?French Starch, ^
enameled. Try it.
Call and examine before buying else
D. B. FLEXMKEX. j
YOUNG MEN WANT
Are those handsome Four-Button Cutaways
in white cord, in all colors; Sack
Suits, Suits of Cheviot, Cassiuieres, Worst- +>
ed. Seersucker in fancy and plain patterns.
The custom-like appearance ana elegant
style of KINARD'S TAILOR-MADE
CLOTHIJNOr is.so wen ana wiaeiy Known
that for me to state it is far superior?
especially in quality and fit^-to any offered
for sale elsewhere in the city, is quite admissable,
for it is a confirmed trutli. The
class of merchandise which I have for sale "V
Is not kept by small dealers in small cities
and towns; therefore, in soliciting "mail
orders I do not conflict with the numerous
country merchants. My establishment
being the most complete emporinm for the
c,f Aran's and Bovs' Fine Clothing,
there is 110 clothing house in the State that "
is better prepared to meet the wants of the W
public than this Fashionable CJothing Emporium;
and persons residing at a distance
who may wish to purchase Clothing 01 Furnishing
Goods, and Gents' Fine Shoes in
Gaiters, Low-quarters, Slippers and Dancing
Pumps, and Gents' Neckwear, Hats,
Satchels and Fine Trunks at foment price*,
should send their orders direct to 1L L.
E3NARD, where they will receive prompt
attention. " _
ML. L. KFVARD. X
Colombia, S. i .
Xonntaln Tiev Hotel
HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORTH^^^
The All Healing Mineral Springs^
Gaston County, Xorth Carolina.
WE TAKE PLEASURE EST AN
nouncing to our friends and the
public that the XEW HOTEL buildings
are now open for the accommodation of
<moctc rrh/? 'hmlHinms nvf? 1 arcrpr mnrp
substantial, better arranged aifd located
(THAN THOSE DESTROYED BY FIRE
LAST SEASON,) where a good dry atmosphere
can be had, overlooking the springs
and valley, which will prove a benefit to
the invalid and pleasure seeker. The accommodations
and comforts will be found
superior to those offered heretofore and
will compare favorably with other firstclass
resorts. The waters of the All Heal- *
ing Mineral Springs are well known to ?
cure Dyspepsia and all diseases of the
^ - - 1 2
digestive organs, vyiavei, .uiauewrs anu
Kidney affections, Scrofulous ami Syphilitic
complaints, White Swelling and"skin
All persons afflicted with Lung troubles,
find great relief here from the
Climate and the Use of the Waters. i
Te Springs are beautifully located, on A
the Richmond and Danville ?r Uroud i a the
Pi edmot Belt of mountains, and at the J:
base of Crowder's Mountain, bein four
miles east of King's Mountain, six miles
West of Gastonia, and two miles -south of ~
the Atlanta and Charlotte Railroad known
as the Richmond and Danville Line. All
persons wishing to find a pleasant and
comfortable place, in which to pass a few
weeks for health or pleasure, can do no
better than to give the climate and waters
of All Healing Mineral Springs a trial.
For testimonials, Circulars, terms, etc.,
COZZENS & TEOMAS,
All Healing P. O.
Gaston County, Xortli Carolina.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
E. T. GAILLARD, - - Proprietor.
OTIS' PASSENGER ELEVATOR,
Rates, $2.00 to ?3.00. ^
Mar 18x1 y jc
wacu ad td Anc vnr>
iioii uiv i ivnivij x wiv
APPROVED COUNTY 4f
PAPER, AT %?fl
rHE CORNER STORE.
J. M BEATY & BRO.
OF THE PRODCCT OF I. W. IIAK- "
PER, Distiller, Nelson County, Kentucky,
ire hereby in formed^ that his Whiskey "is
jui sum pruuuscuuusiy over me country,
)ut is placed only into the hands of one
espectable dealer in each place, whose
lame is a guarantee that the Whiskev is
iold pure as it comes from the Distillerv. $
T. T. LUMPKIN is the only authorized 9
^pent for Winnsboro, S. 0.
LESSONS IN TELEGRAPHY.
VI IIS. S. K. McDONALD desires to
LTX form a class ol young ladies and
:entlemen as students nf 'TViAcrrinin
iither as a pastime or a profession. " *
For terms, etc., apply at her residence.