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Sl NEWS ANDM-HERALD
WINNSBORO. S. C.
- U3tSDAY. January 4. * : .
NO. 5. R.KYNOT, I. n.rro
. MANS DA VZ8, Vowmustr~o )t'rra
TOE Comss lglonor of agricult ure hia
pepama a rovised table, showing the
grain pIouction for the year enmded
Uecombor 1. It is as foellows: Corn,
1 ,085,000,000 bush1els; wheat, 610,000.
000; oats, 470,000,000; barley, 46,000,
(00; rvC 20,000,000; b*ckwheat. 12,
000,000; total, 2,692,000,000.
Tlit imingration society of Sa;
Francisco repqrts that of the 43,000,00)
neres of land in California still belong
ing to the FederalG:vernment 30.00,
00 are suitable for generl atUrICtiltrllfuI
purposes. The socet .
inqirles fKom E
United Sta t. -
Thompson, oi -
shown thlemselves to b, ir:1 e.1 C
service Reformers. I>isr- lii
claims for a ncw deal,. and fo- reco
nIition for services rendered duing the
recent campaign, they have re-appoint
ed newly all the ofietrl wloe terms
WIDELY separate religions hve
touched eaeh other in Philadelphia. A
11'1ptist clerymlan pIwncIed in a syna
gogue. The rtbbi, in i otim eingr him
t the congny i", said h:i. hw the
Christian's accep'n 4of' 111he invita
tioni to a(ldrs dei 's here wa- no si-.
relidering of opiniion aaml 1i1 V>IIImpWO
mise of, hll .f on1 eiheVi, , '
agree fo disan on cirtaini points,"
Che Said, "btI tine arw nian mu Iore oh
vhuich we agree m> nr 'or all Itime to
Coi011, nlild chielf allionl-J5 thse is out
love of Couiter% anld btnmmmanitA."
A NiEW Yonc stalislicam mentions
the following foitimes: Vanderbilt,
$260,000,000; (3ould, $100,000,000;
Stanford, $100,000,000; Jiumtington,
$100,000,000; Crocker, $60,000,000;
Mrs. Hopkins, $50,000,000; Sage,
$40,000,000; Flood, $40,000,000; Fair,
$40,000,000; Mackey, $30,000,000;
Field, $25,000,000; Keene, $20,000,000;
estate of Thomaw Scott, $20,000,000;
Garrett, $20,000,000. As much of this
has been saved by withholding a part
of the fees demanded by slceping-car
porters, it is easy to see how the accu
mulation took place.
THE lynching inl Abbeville, of which
an account is publishcd in another part
of this morning's paper, Is certainly a
startling occurrence. The negro who
$ was hunig was charged with two of
fences- aggravated assault and battery,
and stealing cotton. Neither of these
is bcyond the reach of thte law as regu
should be establishted, would have been
sure and speedy. There is no sort of
excuse for lynchi-laxy in such a caise,
and the hanging of Dave Roberts at
Abbeville will meet, as it deserves, the
emp~hat ic condecmnationi of every right
thinking man in South Carolina.
TuHE Greenville .Ne6s payvs the fol
lowing tribute to the moral chmaracter
of the State Legislaturme, and, in the
same connection, of the white people
T1he Columbia Register* prints an ar ticle
commhlenting favorably on the high indoi
vidutal character of our* legislators, and the
Ne'ws takes leasure In endorsing it. in
the three legishitive b~oies elected sintce
the white people of the State gadaid con
trol of it in 1876 thtere has not been a hint
or sustpliion of corrtiton. itn private
morals the Southi Carolina i'~"lua bs
usually utnexceptionsi h'.
say that no s~; :.*
where has a......
addictedl to di ' '-.a
the grosser v":. :
of thse Legi... .
Reinarks'l' In to s . a t
ed fumrther. l'se ofJ na nae w/A i -..
('eptionally3 leh the mom!t sta rdli~ iis
among our while l'Th 0. Of at wiia laba'
lations ii f ' 39,000i tli-sei Lt I: are les t or~
huntidred mai liity ."nviets- in the jpnitenI
tiary, tand ii onlty whsite People lived ini the
State thteft wVon~ld be at practicalIly utnknownm
erhne. With the largest percenttage of
Illiitey ini thei Union, we have about the
smalttlest numher of bar-roomts anid one of
thme leaist percentages of crhninals. VTis
ctertainly ste not prove that illiteracy pro
mote. s atmlity. it oes~ prove ltat the
blood of the. peiple is purte and honest and
thme principles thuey~ take In with their
thettr's milk high emi rIght. Timnken,
reck less andh danugeroms South Carol inlans
are comparati vely very rare, althmough seen
far too often.; bumt a thievishi or treacherouts
-0on ishd lto tOndt~ anywhmere.
In Gmrenville county, if It were not for
the~ negroes andl moonshiners, our jail
would be empty two-tirds of the time, andl
the sherify's ofu1cc would be a sincure.
A MONSTER IN hUMA N F'onM.-Mrs.
Slillwell, witho of Jay V. Stiliwell, em
ployed on thme Chicago, BurlIngton and
Quin.,y Railroad, hats made a conifes
sion on her death-bed of three .mnur
ders. Shte Is at the house of relatives
iii Knox county, Ohio. Her first miur
der waIs tht, of Beunjamnin Swygar't,
htemr fihst usband, wvhom, she says, she
killed in Mamvllle, Mo., in March 1877,
-with the aid of her mnothemr and Lroth
-- ~ -r. 11cr secondl was at stranger whom
.the same parties killed for his monecy
while stoppihag at their boarding
htouse. HeIr thlmrd was herm own daugh
tor', agedl foumrteenm years, whom shte
strangled In tihe preCsenmce of lier moth
er at Rnuo, Nebraska. In May, 1880.
She also confessed that she attem pled
to killed her husband thrmee times to
obtain hlif i'*n-sn onenq These eon
1esi$ v . . 0 -- -> .)de -. s i' humud5mii
anid since to others, ,Jhe is d 01g o
3D.1ATH O. GA~kBDT&'A
A SeIous Loss to the Republic of Frassee
The Fatal Termination of the Case Caused
by &Clot of' Blood on the Heart.
PAlus, January 1.-M. Gambetta
died at his residence at the Ville d'Av
atv at midnight. Ie was quite con
selous to the last. The death agony
lasted two, hours. M. 8pullor, M.
Etlenie aid Dr Fienzal were present
at lie last m1omnent.
The physicians .who attended M.
gialheItta *bito that his death was due
to pvauiitia,; caused by sIppressed ery
sipelis. A clot of blood which hlid
fotrmed in the heart suflluited the
A pha tor cast of the -fieo was takin
i. There will be an autop
ro A . A state funeral, it Is
x r I1 ,' v ill 1e giveI the to deceased.
[On November 21, last, M. Gum
betlla, While hiuidhlig a pistol at Ville
d'Avrav, aecidentally shot hinself I!
the han'id. but the ball oliy traversed
th hli and It was ann'onnileed that
h . 1 dniger. Two or three
.......3-. staitd that hi wollid
!, 1iiiid frotu the aci.
io t114) (he lrinc I ot(
h1I p he3 1 l i ( l tot in
I( ; w In d the reply waS
e lmd n'it i relv te aled
, Ia Itbe pa-tht a ioi o'- m1.( ti (? Nw: ats g-od
- cno h e xeetd.. Sinie 1mhen (le
cak:ueconcern'ling1 the I r e at t
Fieman.ti's vcomdiition1 h:1ve iincreased
aliku in frequncI and a'irm, so that
for smle Iays tle fit al termination
heas net, been'i unexpteted.]
LON), Jainuary 1.-A Paris dis
piich iul the secold edition ot tle
Times sa-s' the death agoiv of (uam
b ta hegai before umjid night after
great sultlering. which cetsed when the
igolly liein. The Repul>hque Fran
cisRe(4, f which he iwas proprietor. ap
pea118 inl bhiek, but gives it, de ails of
tvh filmial scene. Ilessrs. Ariaiud, Pro!t
a11 hlelit iwere , also Iweselt. at. the
deatl-bed. It iS Stated that le left1 no
pobliical testanienit.. i1e made a pri
vate will on Saturday. A deip im
pressioni is producel fere 1ind I per
reporiitg( his deith are selling- ill ear
ly every sitreet, and crowils :r"' tirn
glin11 to p oIctre them. 1 r: "S
werex senit to Presiden.l G 0,%
other aui homities imimediatiel, r ti i
death. (Uumbetti died ill a st:1le of
1t1le eSOciousniess, bull inl the cl ese -O
the anferioon Ie excai imed: "Je oik
perdu; it est inutile de dissiiier. ns
j'ai tant soulert quo cc sera 1iii dliv
erance." [[ tin lost ; it is useless ti
dissemble. But I have suffered so
much that death will be a deliverance.]
Ilis death is like a thunder strioke
amidst a bewildered nation.
LONDON, January 1.-The 1ll 3fa/)
GTzette of this evening says it is
thought that tle dealt I of Gamtibetta
will not break up the Repn/ique. It
will have minor eflects of very obiiox
Ious iinportance, though IM too saga
cious to be other than1i a conivi need
partisan of the Republic. Gainbetlta
iis always - ben siceptible of the
force of French tradition, lie thought
himself a new mazarin of Michielieu,
Liberalism all over Europe will deplore
the loss of a great aid remarkable
statesman, who .tised his truly virile
mind for noble causes, aid wiho will
live in French history among (te most
courageous and effectivye tound~e rs (ii
the Republic. Thme measure of his loss
is secret or avowved satisfactioni with
which it will be hailed bv reactionists
and enenlies of frce goveranment all
AOvne Fit ennnt
Some Evidences that the South Strongly
Op~poseA Protectionm--Opinions of Expert
enced Merchants and Manu mfactuhrers.
[Froim the Baltimore Sun.]
A correspondeont of the New York
Ilerald, who has been visitinig the
chief indu lstrial centres of the Sotur h , is
suriprised to fluid -whait the S'en long
ago assertedl--that Southbern capiitai
Iots, in becominig nanuit atittrers, r~e
hunaii too cleaIr-htead~ed to becomte lpro
tectionists. TheIi fallacies of plrotect iont
are exposed in every text book uised
in the universitics and colleges (of the
counitry, and the possessors of large
wvealihI in the South arc still in thie
mhain well acquainted with economic
oices, and little likely to wish to im..
pose0 onl themselves the suicidal policy
of high tariff rates for the purpose o1
muiscalled "'protect in." Senators
Brown i, of Georgia, and Butlecr, of
South Carolinma, ~did, it is true, last
winter, express themselves in faivor ot
hat plolicy. These gentliemn were
naturally sup)posed to reflect. the wishies
< ieir constituents antd to inidicaite a
not 1i Ihange of sentiment as regards
Ii.'I. ii'ulT ihrouighouit the SouthI. That,
hwmr-, lie true sen ti menit of (hat
.:i I avors a large reduct in in
:tai ofI Ihe minttenianice oIf thle pres
ciiii tai ' raites is abuntdanitly p rovedl
hrV the testiimoniy brought' by the
//n/' corripo in lent. Souh lCarn o
liier lei col lo'numlls couti ng abjout
GInilev ~ ille Vancme al mni lo t.
;eoim in Sonth Carolina and1( Gehoria.
\l i. 11. II. I Iickmiani, presidlent of t.he
cunjii i,, owing the mills at Vainluis
anid (irnuiteville, onI being (hues3tionied,
dleclared himselft "'inif i'vor ofI an abso
I utec abolition (of the tarif1 on cottoni
goods, were thiat possible." llis reia
son wias simple)1 and conclusive: " We
successfully compete with the Entglish
imiatn ueturers in their own manrkets
in Clinalii andl Brazil. One-thlird iof our
p~rodluct is exported. Could we lbuv
oar imachiinery at less cost-w'hich we
could of course (10 under1 a lower (ari
-anid secure for the wages paid1( to our
emnployes the higher purachasinig poiwer
that would follow the abolit ion or
eveni a considerable mod Ifleal ion of lihe
entire list of' tariff ditties, our' goods
might force the Eniglish maniutuares
out of their own mar'kets. As it is,
we make a better ctlass of goods at a
not greater cost than the Enmglish
mills.'' Mr. HIckmani's statement is
borne out by the ict that the last me
port of (lie niet profits of the Grantite
ville mills pitt them at nearly thirty
Per centt. of the capital Invested. Mr.
(C. 11. Phinlzy, preslident of' the Genr
gia RaIlroad, and also of the Augusta
Cotton MillIs, the largest, factory of the
kinid In the South, agrees with Mr.,
Hickman that the .cotton factories of
the South, ais wvell as the prodlucers of
cottont, wvoutld b)e greatly benefited by
(lie total abolitioni of all tariff dlutles.
Mr, Chiai'les Estes,'precsident of a coni
patty which is niow buildinig at Au
gutstia a cotton mttill at a cost of $1,000,
000 tiot only favors ''the abolition (If
all ditties on cottoti goods," bitt pro0
tests that but for "the addItional cost
of' $100,000. entailed by the tariff on
the purchase 'of our machIttery' we
r ould have had that amount to piay
Inmo additional looms, or to add to our
working capital." The same gentle
mnan declares the tariff "a positive
elog upon the developmeitt of ouur
iottont maniacturinug iindustries."
Mayor Cour'tenay, of Charlostou, S. C.,
who is largely uterested In cottoi
mantifactre as well as irott, flavors tlit
largest modifleation possible in thi
tariff, and thinks the vote of his E'tan,
would be "overwhelminglV Agaills
protection." 0,enera4 Pillip .I, o i
building a railroad in Northeast Geor
gia, -leading to Iron and coal minies
though himself inl fitvo of p'ote'itlot
t 1ars: "The fact Is, the cotton a roiw
era of the Soutr nleed protortio
a11slit protecton, our, protectonl 1181
icy having led to the fos elrintr of' 1.1
East liidiain cotlon crop by Eniglai
The cotton, corn and grria iieress o
0O6 1ia so-vasty outweigh in ipup
trice its mineral aixI rice initereSt
thitt our State must alwa3 sbe in ihvo
of the1 titmoost freedcomi -of' trade.,
Otheira LUihR Georgia 11.4n imen Are 4)
oliitlioll 11that a rdictionl of, thle tWrit
on iron would minertilly lielp' tliei
its collipoitors6 of Penniis1sylvikiiit irol
men. Mrl. .H1*liI tllai, presidellt of o)11
the1 largeatr, pig-iron manititrink
establishieitt at Itirmingham, Alia
biint, tates that the aiverage cost ye
to I his, l urIacee last year, including
.0d - b'.rvs; .% u1 a8 1:.. . eT he l'ennl
%ylenni ir tise declare thalt Ohel
Ii.-I bI,)%% out. tIheir 1iiarnaces if fil
pwice iflis he low $21.60 per (oil.'' 1,11
Cost (,C its. 4:notliflhtre ben'lig estimaite(
at flroi $18 to $19 per loln. ll'inee fil
easy arguitil j made that, th Ala
bla i illon, wilh an added freiii
charre of' $4 or $5 per ton, cal to-dia
untderl~-Pennsyvlvania iron; inI1
more would it do so if Ite l'en1ym-lva1
nlia n uiurr wer nooger'prO
tected. S.ttimming up, fhe coiclteio
is thait South Carol i, Georgia iam
Alutiabatm will ,inini freo .tiadu it
Tuir 11.. To PtonIuIIrT PoLIterM
ASsESSMiNs.-'l'huis bill as it, ha
passed lthe Senle and ntow goes to ti
I Howse of itepresentatives, substan
tially provides that no4 persnl in (ih
service ol' the Goverliient sihall solici
or reeive or hie inl any nmaner con
Crned in Soliciting or eceiviig ai.,
subription or contribut.ion for. polii
enll purposes i".ou anly etnpllloro ot' lth<
Unlieid l t ; thati'l;1 no person siall il
d~i-ch toe ofa tUlic~Shy an
-fli- . & a: tta t.:. Ii l'eUit ed 1151 1 Sane
il; P .inteli1.o p pose whaltever; that ml
such Olror 01mplo1l otl' tle Unitel
Stats salldi.,eharge or proinlole o
devraple, or ill-ill 111 imanier han1ge thua
11:11rnuik or colwilensationl of. an11
ilothli',1cler or em)iplove, or proml'S .i o
threaitenl so to do, by reasonl of anll
Voce such ofticel ortci'ploya has give
o11 withhlid at any political se'eel(ioun
(or for giigor wvithhloling or Ill-g
lectog to mtake till\ any coniution io
ciaiy poliical putrpose; (i i' d and tiat m
otlicer, clerk or- oilher per-son inl thu
service of the Uited8acshl gv
to any other pierson inl thle service o
dhe Unlitedl States or to anyl% mletaber.1 o
eilbier house of Congrress'any tuone:
o01 other valiable thillg to be lppliet
to i he promotioni of aily pol ifica I ohijec
whatever. Conaviclion of' tile viohtio1
Of anyl% proviSiOn 01*'.h0 ac0t is Inad<l
plllisIhlable by at filne not exceedinir livi
thoulsatild dollars or by impr-kiitinenl
for at term not exceeding tlreve years
The bill also repeals section 6 i of Ji
act. of' August, 15, 1876, with Ohe pro
viso,l owevor, tlint "this rep-al sha
uiot afl'ct the pro'lsdbutioni andi pun ish1
menclt of anty ofl'enlses commiaitted aglans
the said section."
THE Di. - - T~x ACT.-A -W~ash
says: "TheIa ..a comptr~olle.r 1)1' Iha
tr'easuary has 'iven ani elabtor'ae in i
1011 to) the sedr-etary' of the tr'euasure' il
recgard( to thie tweIfith sectioni (thIi
Ad. of' .Tlue 7, 1882, kn~own i as IhI
"i '11rect Taix Act." Th~Ie ilqiry icon011
fr'om South Cairoliiia, aind wars inl suba
stantce whtelier t his Act maikes aii
IIappiation underIC which1 any of II,
ISlates of' the Uiiioni can caiml iti men
of 1the mloney~ thiereini spec iied 'it abh
paid to hie severCal Staites re1spectii v'l
proctalaime('t inilii inurectin, tal thle con)1
awr t 'ec holls t hat it is (elt ir'lv cleni
that this~ seclionl does not inauke at
appriopri'aion01 Of' any i mon10ev, or' ii
0.hrwor'ds, it does not, wit'haout tlt
aid of' a separa'ite alwriation11)1 Act
auth lor'ize anyv mloney to be paidl .0 amu'
SItate 01' to t he Governior of' anyat. Un
if' .: this iliulty wer rtc'cieinoved, ao i
thle Itwel IIth sect ioni of' Ithe Act refer'ire 1
I ( :ould be1) conastri'ued as anl i apropria
tiln Act, ntO laymiuent cold bet mmauh
by1 tlhe secraiary to anyv Stale undteir it:
priiionis, fort lie r'easoni tt the can
d :~ition preeden therini required t<
iln ainy parlticlular complied tvith.
-Baen Ih ill-hcalth, ntervousnests, v'exa
tionl, fretfutlness, etc., by usinag Brownu'
Irotm Bitters. -
Christmas has comie and gonte; the h~oll
day13 setLao hans p~iased auwaysand still we
have a full stock of goodls left. Moast of thea
liest ad prttlest atac still (an handI, whieh
we offl: to sell at mlorec mtoaderate prliCo
still. iay bought bauitfu hiniLiigs ('f
anid gave thlemi awaly as Chr'istmiaas j)Ireseta
It is nlow otur tiime to matke pr('eents, aIl
w.e jpi'poste to prlesent a111 (alihia cup amt
saneer to every one0 who btuys ats mueh mt
ten dollars' woirth fronm its at 0ne thne, eani
down. Call (ourt attenution to this whena yout
make your puirchase. Although you a
not helari fr'om us for several mn~althsi t
come11, rP~eembler we keep ai gtood stock oi
thet vatrlonus articles in our' lIne, sneh at
waitecs and1( chainst, goldl, sllveri aln niekel
clocks-eualendnar, (lne walnuit, etc.; Caroak
cry-finec gr'aulte and1( maljollena. .Jewelry
of every descipltionl-latdies' sets, plailn attn
stonae rlings, bracttelets5, nlecklaces, cutlf but
tonst and pius, lockets, charmts, batgles,
Silver and lhatedl ware, comiprising most~4
of the articles nleeded' in mankig up mi
eleganut honsehold. Flune glaisswareu suiteil
for tale ando toilet decor'ation.
Gold pents, penlf-staffs and1( penltlsi. Spec
taces and eye-glasses, in gold, sIlver ami
Lamps and lanterns, flaue and common,
Violhis and violIn trimmings.
Watches, clocks and jewelry neatly re
lpaired1 and warranted1.
CONNOR & CHIANDLERI.
(JROSBIY MiLIT ARY INSTITUTE.
D. B. BUSBY, A. M., PRINOIPAL
F EAS8T ER I L LE, 3. C,
?W7 SE1~D im Clurrra
That's a common expres
slon and has a world of
meaning. How much suf
fering is surmcd up in it.
The singular thing about
r it is, that pain in the back
r is bccasioned by so many
things. May be caused by
kidney disease, liver com
plaint, consumption, cold,
Work, nervous debility, &c.
Whateer the cause, don't
neglect it. Something is
wrong and needs prompt
attention. No medicine has
yet ;been discovered that
will so quickly and surely
cure such diseases as
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS, and
it does this by commencing
at thb foundation, and mak
inig Me blood pure and rich.
Logansport, Ind. Dec. i, SSo.
For a long time I have been a
sufTerer from stomach and kidney
4jsease; My appetite wIs very poor
and the very small amount I did eat
disagreed with me. I was annoyed
very much from non-retention of
urine. I tried many temedies with
no success, until I used Brown's
Iron Bitters. since I used that my
stomach does not bother me any.
tay ppetite Is simply Immense. M
kidney trouble is no more, and M
general health is such, that I feel
like a new man. After the use of
lPrown's Iron Bitters for one month,
I have gained twenty pounds i*
weight. 0. . SARGNT.
Leading physicians and
clergymen use and recom
mend BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS. It has cured others
suffering as you are, and it
will cure you.
ICE. fV YORX
ONE 1)OLLAR A TEAR.
.ansalteem ing ews of the14 Dui/
/oru an is arrainged in handly dleparI
EnihracfPes special disp atchtes f.tom all qui
- tars of the globe. Undler the head of
I I ~ Alner'Iienn~ News'~
:i are given the Telegraphic Dispatchecs ri
Sthe week friom all paits of the Uion. Thbi
-lThe W'eekly3 HIerald(
the' most .' v able elu-iEle( in the wold
its It ilaI he checa pest. Every weekc is givei
a faitlhiul te port of
,iii enibaing~ (oimplte andlit comiiprehens vi
dlisathes froma Waishinegton, inelmwlaiii
rt'lports oft thte speeche(s (ot tiniinent Ipoliti
C~tans oni the citutstionis of the hour.
Thiie Farmn Departmnenit
- of the Wt .:lInA' I I J:itawi gives the lates
as willI as the ituost pracllhnl sulgge4stion:1
ain dikem-er1es relatinig to thet d ties opf tun
faiater, hin its for raisinig (attle, potultay
grats, trets, v'egetables, etc., etc., wi~l
sliggestl.'i's for keep in g bu iin g's ama
itiinu iuteiisils in repiri. Tihijs is Sitjml.
mtlt b iy a wel~l-euht''d depasrtmaent, wide
copjied, uder the heatd of
:giv'ing rciphes for prlactical dishes, hints foi
. iiiakini (lo~hthn anod for keeping up ill 't
.13he latest fashions att thet lowvest pri1ce
gestae ii ; this depar3titeiit is hpractleal
tested by expIerts biefoie mbtihhcationi. Let
ters froni our l'arils andi i do 4)11)3correspon1
(hnts Oin the v'er - laitst. fashions. Th<1
1(11m0 liepatinent ,f te Wii'iiy IiInAg
wvill save t he bonsewi fe more0( than (P3m hitun
di ed1 timesa the price~ of the paper. T1he ini
Ski lled Labor
are looke.d after, and everythini relat~Ing 14
miechaies c and labo4r-svighi carelnll
iecordedi. Thlere3 -it apage dhevoted to ai
the httest, phases of the business miarkets
(3r4ops, merchadise311, (SIe., etc. A valua~l<l
leature is founid in the( specIally reportt
prlices and1( onititonis of
Thie 1ill'ruc Mtarket.
S porting~ News, at hiome andt abroad, to
get hier wit Ih a Story (very week, a Sermnoi
1,' 51)31n ni inen t (1 ivine1, Literariy, Musical
Iit) no paper In the woriIl whieh conitains 5
mn3teh ne4ws maltiter (very week as th(
W iEaoivY. liA 3,1, whileh Is sent, masta <~
free, for On olt3Ilari. Yo Otcant siu >setilix
iN A WI(E0(iY FORM,
ON1E DOLLAR A YEAR.
NEWV YORK IJEILALD,
I Broiadiay and Ann st , New Yoric.
HORSE AND CATTh.E POWDERO
No Hiist will die of Cotta, flora or LUNO Fm.
,xn, If lntia*s Powrderm nro ulsed In time.
Fontz'7s PowdersWieure andi provent lion Corixar.
Fonit,'s Powders will proent (IAPPx INFwrs
Fonitz 'owders will increnen thie quantity of miilk
r a motr twenty per cent., anti imak tihe butter flrm
Fotz'rs i'owders will enre or prevent almost nanma
DiaxAAm to vhtich iiolsc and 4 atile are sub3ject,
I ehT7's ion~R nWiLt lyx SATI5VAOioN
DAVID 3. WOUTS, ?roprietov,
10 1)OEC. DESPORTFA.
The INublio 'n reguested carefully to notic the &eCt
and nlarged Schente to be drawtn Monthht.
- OCAPITAL P ICZE, f6,000.g.
Tickets only 65 1bpres In Preporilon,
Lollihum Ntate Lottery Colipany.
",INo dp ferchby c frt that 196 he creat
the arrung.sment ifor a -ti the Month and
timi-A-nvwal a irrings of The Lounsava
Staeto Lot-t.t7/ CompainU, and in per.Yos~wn.f
<tti 41aduevcontrol the Dr% i-/ themselorse
an d 111,01 the V11n11 are conditeel -tith hon-.
em'y, f'airoe', and in good fah towar-I ali
parthks, and -ne authorizev the (!ampany to
Iuse this cer-tate, teith fac-snimies of "al.
ignatire ,in its adcertismuits."
Incorporated In 185 for 25 years by the Leis
inure for Edtczttlonal anti uharitablo purposes
-with a capital of $I,0'0,000-to which a reservc
fisuli of tie,0 0 has since been adten.
By vn overwtelming popular voto its fran
chise was made a part of the present, State Con.
stit t Ion adopted lceinho 2d, A. D. 1819.
The tonly Lottery ever vuled on and endorsed by the
people of <P Mtate.
t never sacles or poslpones.
Its Orand Single Nuibor Drawings take
A SPiLENI)ID OPPIOILTUNITY TO WIN
A FOlRTUNEH. FIR8r GlAND MltAWING,
CL\MS A, AT NEW ORCLEANS TI'3DAY,
January 0. 11883-152d Monthly lrawing.
CAPITAL PRIZE. $75,000.
100,000 Tickets at Idve Dollars Each,
Fractions, In Ififtis, In Proportion.
LINT oF PRiu.
I CAPITAL PRIZE ..............$TS,ooc
I do d. .................. 2,onc
i (In 1o..................I0o0
2 d'IZINot $000................. 12.oor
1 d 2"0.................... 20.00C
In 0o 1000.................. so.0or
20 do Goo.................... 12 ,00C
Ion do mo........20,00C
goo (to 100.................. 80,00
100) (10 25.....................25,ooc
9 Approximation Pl7.es of $15o........ 0,75c
9 do do 5o........ 4,5o0
9 do <to 200........ 2,25C
196T PrIzes, amuounting to................$205,50c
Applicaiton for rates to clulti should be madc
oil. to W,110 01cu of the Company in New
For furi.her infoi inalion write clearly, giving
futll atddress4. Send ordi-rs by Expres Rtegister
ed Letter or lomny Ortir, addres''d only to
Mi. A. DAUPIMN,
Nw Orleans, La.,
Or 'AT. A. DAITIN,
007 Seventh St., Washington, ). C
SPE CI FI C.
THTS TRULrY W1'ONDERrUJ
11E ED Y HA AS NE, Vft
FA I L E TO CUtI
Its speedy action upon all Brenchial acnd
Vu1'imonic Afetio'ns is beyond belief
to those who have nevor tried it
or on it. usod.
It speedily allavs Bronchial and Pui
monic Fevers. It i4 a wonderful
EXPECTORANT AND 11 E A L E R.
it keoqa the digestive andl urinary or
gans in a natural anid healthy condition.
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
Instantly relieves4 night sweats, -gonenlesi
-been known only four years anud
I AS NECVERI FAILICD-ro PERFE1C'l
Any one afflicted with1 what is generally
iofnsidre dtCi(eathI's avantI comier. COns umpI
ltoxn, can bo eutrcd for S2.50), $5.0(0 or
$10.00 according to the stage which thi
disease has reached. No patieunt has ,ye
taken SinJ worth before acure wtasaffected.
The iSPECIFIR is recom o endled only for
Spubntionary affections, antd thoso dlesirmng
to use it canl do so by sending their orders
to the prloprietors of'this paper or direct
to meO, statolg thatt you saw this ad vertise
menit, in the Y itnnsboro NEwa AND hEREALD
Cures ltheumiatjim, either acuto or chr..n.
1C, in from eight to ton (days.
Price by Expr'eas, $5 pe Botile
DiR. ,J. W. WA LKlCR,.
FRANKLINTrON, N. C.
CH RISTMAS GUODS! !
IAEWi YEARf GOODS!.!
VE have just receIved the followling
Fresh and Choice Goods.
at retail. Minee Meat, some1thilng nie
Now Crop Now Orleans Molasses.
. J. F. McM./IMSTER 4'- CO7.
NOTf ICE OF PATE8JP
NOTICE In hereby given) that a parl1tner
.L si for the prlactlee of law itn all the
'ouirts of this State has b~eeni thIs da~y formed
betweena the~ under~lsignepd undler the firm
name of McD)ONALD) & )OUO~fA5S. All
busiess entrusted to theim willl receive
prompi11t and~ faith ful attentlonl.
Offlce: No. 3, Law R ange.
J. E. McDONA LD,
C. A. D)OUGILA8S.
Winnshioro, S. C., Janulary 2, 1883.
D)ISSOLUTION 0O" PA RTNERS III P.
INOTICE Is hereby given that the firm of
DoGLA~S & IAGADALJE Is this clay
dl solved by mutulal consent.
C. A. DOUOLASS,
(anu 2, 883. E. B. RIAOSDALE.
OVEN JIU(J IEs A T $37 and $45, AT
--ULYS~SE 0. DESP'ORTES.
93 A E
WIII LST all aronnd .I hear the familiar n
vYear," I im prolllmpl)ted to contribute a
cessfully accomplish that deshed wish.
Fo h etTHEIRE
For the next few weeks I hurl11 the prices of i
value-throwlig lily great closilng sal8e In the(
the vortex of a cyclone of bargains.
Wma r . Um
Whilst being considerably reduced by the uir
selection, which will be sohl at prices to colillil
rush my name throughout the county as a fore
N. B.-This sale lasts for a few weoks, an
your own prices.
WE will during the present week move ou
l're"t Stand, ito the room n1ow occu]
keep a 1ItST-CLASS stock of
BOOTS AND SH OES,
And will c'ontinue to sell them at the lowe
In order to reduce stock.
COME AND HEX
IN addition to the above, we will add, aft
Of all kinds-Sti-ple and Fancy. We can
getting anything you want, and may also be s
We return tianks to oi friends and the I
nild solicit a colitiullance. If Volt wish 2a in1ti
fil i more certain way of hliving it tiai by
C._r-7)C LD TV.
I TIAVE never had any liking forva
dIepended rather 1upon2 selling goods at s Ich p)2
draw many 2 new ones,
I still itend to aldoplt thet samie 1phm, and(
every assertion 1 nmatke. It is impilossible to gi
in st re. BI qoe
PIED)MONTj llOMESPUN, the best in
CAl IJCOICS at 5, fi and 7 eents-t.he last
SI IOIS, in great varliety Vand at piers t.
CLTHIIING of all1 syle's and1( at aill pice
My stock of
STAPLE AND) FAN
W~ines, Liquors, etc., will he sold1 at 'orresponl
p)lealsed to show my goods.
Giive me1 ai call a~t BEATY & BRO. 'S 01
Wi Remembier the~ p)Iace-O)ld Stand of
chromos, as cheap as tihe ch~eapes8t. A no'
good as anyW in the imatrket, and2( 1 canl't. be
re paired, and( any~ ~ui part or attachmen~it fi '
.101and at tachmnents for fill Seingi~ Machi
wvill lbe a great relie'f to thc manl~y 11adies u
treadies, and to thlose whlose stal'e of healIt
mullscles. Gentlemeniiei can1 aid( inthe13 soir
hands(1 to rest their feet. Learneors can1 um
te mot in. Itemtember, you catn use bo0t1
as~ desire~d, wiithout11 chianginig the attachm<0
011e. LOW IN PRICE, at
THE WINNSBORO FIRS T-CL
Gral Opellill Of!
A T M. L. 1E
OVERCOATS TN A LL STYLES. MEE
OEVNTS' FUNIINO G~OC
GENTS' FINE 8110ES, SOFT'i and STIFF'
rW When youl are in the civ t onl' arei
OfCLOTIIING. All orders alidP'essed to
*" M.L. KIT
Ef JOB WORK OF ALL ,KINDS
NEWS AND 1IIERALD O~iFICE, .a:
nd nerry greeting of "A Happy New
IWOle mnore hn an empty sound tsue
r entire stock down to a moiefy of Its
Ii (listallice, and engulf every visitol in
recedented rush, yet contailus a very nice
etely ginom all miy former efforts, and
ails the last opportunity to.buy goods at
Stock of goods one door south of out
>ied by Mr. Wolfe. We will continue to
HA TS, ETC.,
st possible prices. We tire now offering
R OUR PRICES,
er removal, a full and complete stock of
RP1 I EW B
'iot eniumerate, but you may he sure of
ore of getting it at tie I0 O\ ES1' PR tCE.
ubllie for the patronage we huav~e reeied
iy and prosperous New Year, you enl
spending your money witit us. COME
aL7L & L/1UD E ? D.LE.
EFEkS PRIC B
TCE LOWN ER.f
"biowinag 'r iiind tadv neriet, baut have
aees as~ to satisfy my old1 custaoers aimi
feel sure that I cnn come fully - p to
tihe market, at 'i cents per yadI~.
liguae for thie best.
, sit anay body.
uingly lowv prices, and I shall alwvays be
enty & Bro.
Unt il von have seen my sfocts
wvhich is t he larwcrst, hand
to qjuiality, a111d for designs1 anii
worknuanshaip it n e q uo I o (d,
Everythiing warrantedI to be0 as
represenited. You li getjs
.what you hby. F"uruniture
netl epaired( at mtodermato
prices. Mautt resses of my~ ow n
mnuanufactunre. Sprinlg lieus al
wire malttresses that ean't be
beat in Quality or Prics. A
new supply' of pictuire frames,
wvall pockets, brackets, mirrors,
slypl of Sewing Maeines ag
UNDIERtSOLD. ew in~ .Machines
uished. Needles and oil for sale,.
necS. Tis~ mnuch-neededl impri~ovemnen
ho wearyw of thie constanut use of thei
bi forbids a ulidue use of 0110 set or
rt, and de icate femalesIC use their
the hianda to hielp) the feet acq nire
haIndns and leet todgethier, or cut her
uit. Comec one, comno all, and get
ASS FURNITUJR STOZR.
8S YOUTTIS' and1( BOYs, SUIT.
'Db AND Ni1( KWEARII
1IATh of all 8lA D108t and Cor~ons
ivlted to call and1( examine my sboc -.
my enre-ill receivo prompt atten
-'' Il ) COLUMBIA, S. C
GRAND CE~NTR'AL IIOTEL.
NEiATLY E~XE~CU1TED AT TI