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TRE NEWS AND IRALD. I
t%, LN, IS, B 0 T >4 . .
U. MW RANS I>AVY1,. Cohm1i0m.o Et To .
br reviewing the business of thepast
year, the Now York Journal of Con
rce says: "'f' specilative ventures
-re limitedl, Or even allogethier Abn-!
donCd, and if the at tention of bAsiIess
men is confluaed to legitimate trading,!
the threatened crisis1 may be averked
or deferred t1il i) Wise le'gielitioni
tile finaneus of the country can be
laltced upon a bais 90 solInd its to
iilbstand even those periodtail shocks
which all nations experie1nce."'
Tax Rev, Dr. Hoyt, made a lilt In
the Tennossee Legislature whien he
played: "Aid and direct, thein in their
d4eliberiatiols, anid especially do we
prIIay from sc(i iion, riy conispiracy
and rebellion, from briby tund cor
ruptioi, froin ropndiation1, andl(] from
all forms of dishonesty, good Lord de
liver us." Dr. Hoyt, it we mistake
not, was for some years the pastor of
the Presbyterian church at Abbeville,
aid left (lie uinistry for the presidency
of the New York Gold Board.
Tim Greenville N'ews, in referonce
to our reminder thalt it had employed
a form of expression not saietioned by
good authority, asks:
Does our esteemed cotemporary refer to
the use of the word "and' at the begin
ning of clauses, or speelficatiois, of a sen
tetice ? If so, we respeeetfully refer to a
volume commonly known as the liible (of
which there is doubtless a copy inl some of
the Wisboro libraries) for precedeit.
We must answer the inquiry of the
News iII the negative, and it must try
Tim Bon. Williaim ). Porter, of
Cbarlestoi, (lied on Tiirliday last.
Mr. Porter had held a high lpositionl in
South Carolina for any yea's before
Reconstruiction remaided our best and
pullrest Inen to private life. lie served
in tle Legislature from Charleston for
some years befor the war, and was, in
1857, elected President of hlie State
Senlabe. In 1865 he was elected lieu
temant-governor, thus also retainiig
the presidency of the Senaite, but was
s')oon ousted by the military govern
ment created by Congress. Of late
years lie luid held the oflice of Master
for Charleston County. Mr. Porter
was one of the purest, greate8t and
hcst, meon of Soulth Carolina, amid his
memory will lie universatll revered.
IT Is said that a number of conviets
recen thy returned from tihe lhiosphAte
mines show evidence of great suf'ering
if not of nmaltrecatmnent. T1heir feet ar'e
- sore, and it was at tirst believed that
these w~er'e fr'ost-bitten. owimr to ex
leet were burnt by beli placed on
the stoves in t ho sleepuiing quairter~s.
Th'eu pris'oners' are said to be in rat her
a filthy condition, and5( to be generally
used uip. T1wo lots wer'e r'eturn~ed at
then same time--onie by AMr. Pringle
anld thme othier by Messrs. Cahiill &
Wise. The formier seemkto have been
well tr'eated, but the samne cannot be
said -oi' the latt er. T1hme directors of' the
penitentiarys have had the matter uin
der' investigationi. Thley find the
etharIges of mualtreamuent to lie untue.
We are glad to know it. There was nmneh
j mist i ndigniation at ie I 'tra met. of' the~
conlviets emrployed ini thle bu11iding o1'
the Greenwyood & A nguista itailroamd,
mind we trust thle sa nce slate of' ings
mayIi never' ex ist aigaini. Conviiets,
whatever' t heir (1 ies, are imman be
ings, aint t hey shonkt( at least be trieat
ed with commoni humniity.
NATORu BsowN, of' Geoigia, re
cently o'fferied a giti ot'filiv thousand
dllar1s to the University' of Georgia, for
thle p~urp'ose ofit aidinig Iindlgeiit young
men01 to pirocur'e a college educationi.
It was held, however, t hat the conisti
.it loa (it the State pireyoented the ac
('('ptanmce oft thle gift, an 111It has siice
been saidi that Senator Brown would
probabiIly give the sum of imonoev statedl
to the South Carolina College. 'Withinm
.the past few days lie has writ ten ai let
teir to show that his 1plan1 would not
involve 01n inease of the debt of the
State of Gbeourgia, aind hence would not
be in violation of her' constittionj. ils
scheme is to doinate to the Staite fiftv
- . ~thouscand( dollars, to meet the pr'inciple
of 1matuing 'our' per1 cent. bonds
the State to issumein return, sevenu
per cenit. bonds, the intcerest
on which should be applied to
*1 ~the sulpportL ot' Indigent young men01 in
.tihe Uniiver'sity. Ile presents his views
with great ear'nestniess and niot without
for'ce. It roumahua to be seen what
eil'ect the Senator's statemenit. of his
views will have on those having au
thority to act.
A Ro0w AT A FxsTIVAr..---At a f'esti
vail in Yor'k c'ounuty, near11 the Gastonu
hine (111 night last week, JamiesGlenni
Colored, was attacked1 and disem'.
howelled byhis liabrothier-inlaw, Pet
Glenni. Tlhe'veaponu ulsed wasai razor.
For some time an old1 grudlge had
existed between Jim Glenin and aniothI
er' negr'o, John11 Itay. On this occasioin
Jin had ebarge of the tables amil Johnm
Ray wanitedl credit, which Jim refbsed, I
whieeuponi Johnh enrlsedi Jim. They I
came to bilows anid Pet Glenne espoums- I
ed the caulse ot' Itay, and attacked1 Jim I
withi the razor, infllictl ig two hiorrile I
gashies on the head, one seveinig th li
usicles~ of ie ,i ht arsm and( ainothier'
across thle aubdi 'mn.i through wi: ich I
his boiwels protrIaud~ed. It is said thatt
Johnu Ray assisted bii the enttig. Pet
Glenn has disappeared. IRay clahnas I
to be innocent. Jim Glenn, the victim, j
will d io--Rock ill Hor'rdd.'
2'Iir WxNK or, PDA ran.
rite OrigIl of the Annual Season of Stated
Pret- -Theo Topics Suggested for the
Mknsg Wt ELk.
For many kears It has been custom
try for Christians of all denominations
to spend the first week of every year
in prayer to God that He would pour
Lint ills spirit upon all flesh, so that
the ends of the curthi might see Ills
The first. germ from which the Week
rf Prayer sprang is found in the min
lites of the - General Assembly of the
Presbyterlan (Church in the United
States, Jn 1832. An overture was
presented, requesting the appolutment
of a day for special prayer and fasting
for the blessing of God on Missions
throughout the world; and all God's
people were Invited to join with them
in the observance of the irst MloIndav
in January, 1838, for that purpose.
Oher days were sct apart and ob
served, with results so remarkable
that the Christian world has been led
to observe a whole week, with difer
ent sulbjects allotted to the ditferetit
days of the week.
Last year tie week was observed by
the different denominations of our
town, and -though the weather was
very unfavorable, the attendance was
encouraging, and it is to be hoped that
the meetings were not without good
results. It is proposed to observe the
week gagain, and all the clergymen and
Christian brethren of the town are
most cordially invited to join in earn
est prayer and effort to render the
meetings pleasant and profitable. The
neetings will be conducled by the
pastors of the various chuirches, and
will be held from the first Sabbath
until Wednesday in the Associate Re
tortimied chulirch and fron Thursday
until the following Sabbat'l in the
Presbyterian church, at 7, p. ti., each
The following is the list of' subjects
snggest-ed by the Committee of the
TOPIC VOlt THKE WEEK OF PRAYER.
JANUAnY 7-14, 1883.
Sabbath, January 7. "For there is
one God and one Mediator between
God anad men, the manl Christ Jesius;
who gave IlimelIf a raM10i for all."
1 Tim. ii. 0, 6.
PRAIsE AND THANKol1viN-o.
MAondayi, 'January 8. Por the lonj
skmin'ering love aid faitlht'niness of God.
3ad for His continued merey and
goodness; ir the progress of the Gos
l)i, the Coltiuied preselnce of the
1oly Spirit; for the large measure of
peace among the nations; and for all
temporal blessings. Ps. cili.; Isa.
xxv.; Ps. evii.; 1 Thes. i. chap.; Ps.
xxxvi., froi 6th verse.
IIUMILIATION AND CONFESsION.
Tues'day, January 9. In view of
ufaithftulness to Chr'ist.* divisions
amonr the Lord's peo ile, and wa:nt of
lv lintemperOianIce and licentioulsness, thie
desecrat ion of thea Lord's Davms, the
spreadlii of skepticism and1( inifidelity,
anid t he pr'evalenmce or dlisorer~ anid
violent, crime. Ps. Ii- aund cxxx.; Jer.
xiv. 7 to 10 and 20 to 23; Luke xv.;
.Lam. lii. 22 to 41; ilosea xiv.; James
iv.; 2 Con*. vi.
Wednie.sday, .January 10. For
parenits, chiiren'jl, and~ the househol
that all coinnected with (lhe traiining
and education otf the yonag may be
dIleply imprei'sUed with thme vital imnor..
tatace oft Scr'iptur'e instruction, and "that
thme absolute Ineedl of the power of' the
liolv Spiirit in1 all deprtumenits of this
great work may be0 realized; for' tihe
clivat ion of every mriaial virmtue, f'or
Sitegrity, pumrity and piety In thle hotme
lif'e; anid tor' a special b'lessing upon
Sabbathi schiools. Deut. vi. 1 to 16
INs. exxvi.; Ephes. vi. 1 to 18; D~eut.
x~xni. 12 to 16 and 241 to 29; Pr'ov.
vmi.; 1 Johnm xiv. 12 to 17.
iAYElR FOR TilE. 011UUCi1 UNIVERSA L.
Tie-sday, .Januar'y 11. For the
onitpourinag of thme 1Ioly Spirit--that
all .ministers of' Christ and those pr'e
pari~ng for thle nministrav may deeply
realize their r'espons.iblities and the
nueed of the Spir'it's teaching imad pow
er; that their' testimourI bethre the
wor'ld may be open1 and "faitht'ul ; that
sounmd doctine anid holiness of' heart
and~ life may prevail In the c1hurmchies,
amid famlso teaching and superstition be
co)uteracted ; I hat all th'e chiildlren of*
God may be tilled with earneI(stnaess
and1( zeal ini 5eking to galther ini tihe
lost ; for' a rich blessing upon01 efforts to,
l'or afilieted Chrmistiamns ever'ywheire.
Joel ii. 23 to 31; Acts ii. 32 to 41; Isa.
IV ; lEph. iii. 14 to 21; 1 Cor'. xii. 1 to
13; John1 xv. 12to 27; Phil. 11. 1 tow1;
PItA YERl FOR THE NATIONS.
Piday, Jlan uary~ 12. For' Sov-*
reigns, Ruilers and blagIstrates ; that
1ll laws favorable to cruelty and vice,
lie opium trafil and1( inteumperance,
nayi be0 abiohlihedi; forI the better ob
ermvanice of the Lord's D~ay, f'or peace
imd good will amiong meni, that aill may
yield obedience to the Powers that be,
md that the spir'it of lawlessness may
se snhdued; for the cessation of war;
hat the pursuit of liter'aturec, science
mud art may be influencedi by time leamr
>t God ; that all people may be tur'ned
'romn their sins, saved from unbelief,
md,( brought to know f.hrist ise thieir
aviounr; that God1's ancient 1)eop)1e,
lhe Jews, may be declivered fr'om their
>ppressionms, and all persecuted Chr'is
lane be relieved. it. v. 1 to 16;
Praov. xvi. 1 to 13; Roin. xlii.; Ps.
mxhv.; 1 Peter II. 13 to 26' 2 Tim. it.
to 21; Acts x. 34 to 48; iom. xlv. 1
.o 19; Jer1. xxx.; Mark x. 28 to 46.
PRIAYERI FOR MISSIONS.
Saturday, January 13. T1hat all
nissionariles and1( others engaged inI
nission work and in. the circulation of
hie Script ures at home and abroadI
nay be filled with the Iholy Spirit, anid
hat great success may crown their
flbrts; thant all converts may be kept
teadfamst in the faith, and mad1e earnest
nmd ef~elent lan seeking to bing souls
o the Saviour'; that many more faith.
ii laborers may be called Into the;
..ril's vineyard; that the Mahom
aedanms and the heathen may be won
o Christ, and that the Jews may be
onmstrainecd to receive Himn as their
%e'.e'(ieotedl Messiah. That the bless
+ oum and time power' of' the Spirit
nay abundantlyiv'rste upon thm ennao
0ne of Christians of variot nations
proposed to be held this year Ip 6tock.
holn. Luke xxiv. 86 to 68; Luke T.
I to 16; John xvi. 1 to 16; Aets xi.1
21; Ps.-ex. and Pa. c.: Rom. xI.; Ezes.
xxxvil. 21 to 28;.Isa. iii.7 to l.
Sabbath, Januatry 14. "Looking
for that blessed hope, and the glorious
appearing of the great God und our
Savivur Jesus Christ. "-Titus 11. 18.
A DOCvLa SUZCIDN.
Twin Xrotbers Drowe Themselves in a
Oabal at Trenton, New Jersey.
(Frota the Philadelphia Times.)
The twin brother desperadoes, Jacob
ail % Illiam Rusk, finding that the
Ofilcers of the law were upon their
trail and had pursued them to Trentonl,
New Jersey, to arrest them for the
murderous stabbing of Policelaln
Jacob Jarvis on Christmas night, pmi a
tragic end to their career of misdeeds
by drowniig themselves in the water
power. near the State Capitol, at Tren
ton. The police authorities of this city,
who were aware that the Itusks took
refuge at tie house of a relative in
Trentoii lin February, 1879, when Rihey
were being hutled on the charge of
stabbing David MeCool to death, tele
graphed to Chief of 'olice McChesey,
of Trenton, to keep a close lookout tr
the twitns. The rfilans, aware thet
their victim, Jarvis, was iII a critical
coidition, were accompaniled by their
elder brother, John, in their flight to
the Jersey capital. The waiered
through tile streets from two until four
O'clock on Tuesday morning, not lar.
in to go to taverns or lodginig hanses,
les[ the police might be on the alert to
Befiro daylight they went to the
house of their relative, James Mills, at
166 North Willow street, and it is as
serted told him they were in trouible.
John Rusk departed for Phihulelphia
early oil Tuesday mornsing. Durinig
the ilay his wife, who had not seen him
and was not atlre of his departunre
for home, went up to Trenton, where
she learied he had gone. The twit
brothers kept secludey in Mills's h41W sot
Oil 'Tuesday anild . yesterdal mornn;lag.
According to the statemeits of Mills
and Mrs. John Rusk, fJacob and Wil
liamu, who seemed to be vryI nervons,
probably with Apprehension's thalt.Jar
vis wias dying, got out of bed and left
he house iII company. As they left
Williani said to Isis brother John's
"Sadie, we are going to drown our
selves. We milt as well as to hiang
for it. You w fiind our bodies iear
where our clothes will be found. Good
Soon after their departure it wats dis
covered that they had taken a cloithes
line froi the back yard. The Trentoi
p olice, it is said, were at Mr. Mills's
1ouse a few minutes after the vonng
mena were gone, and followed in close
When the bodies were recovered
each had his feet, tied with a piece of
rope. William's hands i were tied he
hind his back with a silk handkerchief.
The fists were doubled un, and one
rested within the other. 'The knot
was lied so tightly aR to produce a
swelling of the Ilesi about, the wrists.
Jacob's hunds were merely crossed,
but the kniot was tied tight'enough to
-revet a man under the water from
loosening it. The~ knots oni both umen
were next to their person.
When tihe remnaiins were taken to
manist (U' .acdO wat' iOOAenedl withnout
dliflicultyv. It is, therefore, presumsed
that Ja ob) tied Wiliam's hand, ated
atterwards, by some mranonvtlre, ar
rang~ed is ownVl hanld. A n cx p anation)1
othsis found in the tact that, the
brothers were gymnasts of nao lit tle
repnatation, and frequently gaIve exlhi
bitions fbr the bedefit of some of the
uptown club~s. In a word, thsey weree
able to turn themnselves insidlo (nt
almost, and onec of thle brother's
Charles, demaonst rated to Coroner D en
hmami the methods by which his relat
tives land ol'tenatimes tied and uint ied
thiemlselves when upon01 the stuage. This
exp~lalins ini a mneasiure tile somewh~yat
mylsteious mtethlod of their bel i so
tightly bounud at, the time they were
T1hie brothers seldom hoad i mch
mfonley, but as they did not drinlk they~
were hot compelledt to spend~ ext rava'
gajatly. They always dIressed alike,
even to the smallest details.
THREK PARIAouA PIs.-NowV that the
questionl of sustaining thec South Caro
huia College -and the Citadel Academy~
hlas beens set at rest for a year at least,
it is devoutly hoped that tihe papers
will "let uip" on the subject.-Tuxi.
NEws ANn) liIuAL..
T1hais is only a poor little public
school organ far reimoved from the
centr~es of alleged ciil izatlon and1( the
rwefing ifluences of thle State Pierianl
mud~-pudldle, but we very rarelv niye
sneh terms as "lot up."-Gtreenville
'iThe first q11estion is, can Green
ville aford to hatve organs in her pub
lhe schools ; thei second, would it not
have bcul smore grammsatical for tile
'"organ" to say, "blut it rarel v uses
snehl ternis as 'let up' "?-Newterry
FRESH GROCJERISS OF T~iR
JUST REGEIVED, C0NSISTING 0O'
Flour-made by patent procesa,
H~amns-,canvassed and unclanvassed.
Sugars-of all grade
00oNes-Green and Roasted, Old Govern-J
snent Java and Rio, Thurber's Celebsated
34 anld 41.
Choice New Orleans Molasses.
Fresh Buckwheat Flour, Oat Meal, Raisins,
Currants, Cit ron. and a fall line of'
Piekles-Chow Chow and Mixed.
Vlnegar-White Wine and Cide~r.
Macaroni and Cheese.
3auoee-Worcestersire, Bird Pepper and.
hilnce Meat, Pluma Pudding and Ginger
Peach and Apple Butter, and everything
nice for C hristmnas or any other time.
tI' A supply of Red Rust Proof Oats
ilways on hand.
D. R. FLENNIKKNW.
ENGLUsH SADDLRs Fonl $5, $6, $7 AND!
llO. Enitk en aS aden o
That's a common expres.
ion and has a wdrid of
meaning. How much suf
faing is summed up ia it.
'Ie singular thing about
it is, that pain in the back
is occasioned by 4o many
things. May be caused by
kidney disease, liver com.
plaint, consumption, cold,
work, nervous debility, &.
Whatever the cause, don't
seglect it. Something Is
wrong and needs prompt
attention. No medicine has
yet been discovered that
will so quickly and surely
cure such diseases- as
BRtoWN's IRON BITTERS, and
It does this by commencing
P the foundation, and mak.
g the blood pure and rich,
.Lages#e. lad. Dee. a, ese
For aos ee I have beese
ferw res eremask and kidney
sinesse. My appeite w we Poe
ad the very smaz amount I dIas
AeNssed with me. Iw a annoy
weersuck soaa 6oa.retenion of
mstae. I tried may remedies with
ase sese., nte I seed Browa's
Zeon Bittes. Sinee I used that mr
Stomach does not bother me an
My ppeitela simply Im'ease.
k Iny trouble is no more, and mr
neral health Is sush ,ha I
ke a new man. After the wae of
Brown's Iron Bitters for one month,
I have oa . e po -ds
Leading physicians and
clergymen use and recom.
.maend BROWN'S IRoN Bra.
TtRs. It has cured othere
suffering as you are and 1
*i cure you.
NE %V YORE
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ters of the globe. Uinder the head of
are given the Trelegraphile Dispatches of
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feature alone tuakes
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WCAPITAL PRIZE, 078,000.&1
TIckets only *a lhaves to Proportion.
Lov1Ipana State Lottery Company. 0
"1 We do hereby e.rt(fy that toe tpervue
the arrangenon ts for adl the Manthly and
8emi-A-n-ntud Drawings of The Louiana
State Lottery Conpan, anid in permi man
stge and eontrol Ae Dratwinge themselve4,
ad that the sae ere conducted tith hon-.
retyfairness, and in good fith toward all
partmee, and toe aithoritze h Company to
e this certilcate, toth fe-similes of ietr
iignatres a tached, in its advertament."
Incorporated in 188 for 25 Years by the Legis
lature for Educational and Charitable purposes
-with a capital of S,000,000--to which a reserve
fund of $550,110O has since been adoed.
By -an overwhelming popular vote its fran
chise was made a part of the present State Con
atitution Adopted Docembe: 2d, A. D. 1879.
The only Lottery ever voted on and endorsed by the
people of any Stdte.
It never scales or postpone.
Its Grand Single Number Drawings take
A SI'iC.PNDlID OPPOUTUNITY ro WIN
A FOitTUNE. FilRS' ORAND L)iAWIN,
E'LAt8 A, AT NEW ORILEANS. TUESDAY,
January 0. 1883-152d Monthly Drawing.
CAPITAL PHIZE. 875,000.
100,000 Tickets at Five Dollars Each.
Fractions, In Fifths, in Proportion.
LIST OF PaRZS.
I CAPITAL PtIZE.....................$T5,ooo
I do do .................... 9 5,000 1
1 do do ................... lo .ooo
I PRIZES of $W00.................... 19.000
5 do 2000................... oooo
to do 1000.................... 1oooo
20 db 600................... 10,000
lob do too................... 20,000
Boo do 100.................... bo,ooo
500 do 50...............25,000
1000 do 25...............25,000
9 Approximation Prizes of $750........ 6,750
9 do do 5oo....... 4,600
9 do do 250........ 2,250
1987 Prizes, amounting to................$25,600
Application for rates to clubs should be made
only to thc OfMee of the Company in New
For further informatlon write clearly, giing
fill adiress. Seni orders by Express, Register
ed Letter or Money Ord.-r, addressed only to
M. A. DAUPEIN,
or M. A. DAUPHIN, 1 New Orleans, La.,
607 Seventh St., Washington, D. C.
SPEC IF IC.
TRI TRULY W0N"DRFUL
RAEMEJDY HAS NEVER f
F"AILIRD 10 CURE
Its speedy action upon all Bronchial and
Pulihonic Affections is beyond belief
to those who have never tried it
or aeon it used.
It speedily allavy Bronchial and il
monic Fevers. It is a wonderful
EXPECTORANT AND H E A L E R.
It keopt the digentive and urin'ary or
gans in a natural and healthy condition
PURIIES THE BLOOD,
Instantly relieves night sweata, gononens
beeni 'known onlj four years and
IIA8S NEiVER F"ATLED TO P1ERFECT
Any one afflicted with what is generally C
con11side1 red dIeath 'a avqnl courier. colnnutofp
tion, enn he curedl for $2.50, $5.00 or
$10.00 accordling to the stago which the
diseaise haa reached. No patient has yet
taken $10 worth before acuro was affected.
The SP'ECIFIC is recomaaended only for
pulmonary affections, andl those desiiring~
to use it can do so by sending their orders
to tho p~roprietors of this paper or direct
to me, stating that you saw this advertiae
ment in the W innsboro Nnws AND liF.ERALD
Cures Rheumatism, either acuto or chron.
ic, in from eight to ten days,
Price by Express, $5 per Bottle
DR. J. WV. WALKER,
Juno l I"RANKLINTON, N. C.
CHIRISTMAS GOIODS! !
WE W~ YEAR~ GOODS /I
Ehaive just received the following
'resh and Chlolee Goods:
t rtal.Mince Meat, somneting nil0e
Buck wheat, and
~ew Crop N(ew Orleans Molasses.
.. F. McM. MST E R CO. I
NOTICE~ OF PARTNERS8HIP.
OTICE is hereby given that a partner.
s hili for the practice of law in all tihe
ourts of this State has bxeen this dlay formed
etweeCn the unde~lrsigndl tnder tho firm
amle of McDONAISD & i)OoLuAHs. All
ninelss enatruste'd to themu wvi receive
romipt andi faithlful attenation.
Office: No. 3, Law ltrage.
J- E.~McDONA LI)
C. A. D)OUGILASS' .J~
Wfnnsboro, 8. C., January 2, 1883.'
)ISSOLUTION O IPA RTNE IIII o
JOTICE is hlereby given that the firm of
i OUJAes & IAOSDALE is this day
I solved by mutual consent. 0
C. A. DOUGLASS, t1
E. B. RAGSDALE
Oz'ENt BUocioEs AT $37 and $i, A'T
ULYa n nemen...,.
TIIST 4l1 aronnd I hear the familiar and
Year," I am prompted to contribute a lit
essfully accomplish that desired wish.
'or the next few weeks I hurl the prices 6f my ei
alue-throwing my great closing sale in the dim
lie vortex of a cyclone of bargains.
Vhilst being considerably reduced by the unpree
election, which will be sold at prices to complet'
ush my name throughout the county as a forest
N. B.-This sale lasts for a few weeks, -and le
our oivn prices.
E will during the present week move our st
e present stnd, into the room now occupied
:eep a FIRST-CLASS stock of
!00TS AND SHOES,
And will continue to sell them at the lowest I
In order to reduce stock.
COME AND HEAR
IN addition to the above, we will add, after i
Of all kInds-Staple and Fancy. We cannot
,ettinI anythIng you want, and may also be sure
We return thanks to our friends and the pub
nd solicit a continuance. If you wish a happy i
md no more certain way of having it than by spe
- ALD TWEI
ARE VERY MUI
I IHAVE never had any liking for great "hi
aepydc'& ratiter upon selling goods at such pmrice:
1 still i1tendl to adopt the same plan, and I te
str ato I qtake . It ha impossible to give I
PIEDMONTI IIOMESPUN, thme best in the
CA LICOES at 5~, 6 andl 7 cenat--thec last fig
SIhOES, in great variety and at prices to smi
.CLO'rIliNG of all syies and at all prices.
My stock of
STAPL~E AND FANC
"ne, Lqiuors, etc., wvl~l be sold at correspondin
Give me a call at BEATY & BRIO.'S OLD
EM" Remember the place-Old Stand of Bea
ARRIVED AND 'I
iromos, as cheap as the cheapest. A new
od na an)' In the market, and I can't be UI
)i>ared, and any part or attachmnt furnish
.I and attachments for all Sewinag Machinaev
ill be a great reletf to the many ladlies who
eadles, and to those whose state of health f<
nsles. Genatiemen canm aid in the sewnag,
mids to rest their feet. Learners can use th
e maoion. Remembmet, von can use both he
desired, without changling the attachmenmt
e. LOW IN PRICE, at'
JIE WVINNSBORO FIR~STsdOLAn
___ R. W
Mrld Opelllg on
VERICOAT8 IN ALL STYLES. MiEN'S
GENT8' FiURINI811ING GOOD,
EN~s' FINE 8110ES, 80FT anid 8TIFF' Hi
rE' When you are In the city o r ni
CLOTHING. All orders aidressed to y
*) M. L. KIIN,
iBv JOB WORK( OF AL IND8N
EWS ANn IinnAL caIrIn r..-8N
merry greting of "A Happy New
e more than an empty sound to sue.
tire stock down 'to a moiety of its
distance, and engulf ever. vialtot i
edented rush, yet contains a very nice
ly ignore all my former efforts, and
I the last opportunity to buy goods at
>ck of goods one door south of our
by Mr. Wolfe. We will continue to
HATS, ETC., '
iossible prices. We are now offering
emoval, a full and complete stock of
enumerate, but you may be sure of
of getting it at tie LOWEST PiCi.
lie for the patronatge we have refeived,
Ind prosperous NeW Ye", You call
nding your money with . COME
L & LAUDERDALE.
owing" in advertisemiente, but iRa'e
as to satisfy my old1 customers and
el sure that I can conme fully p to
he prices of the n umerous goods lavo 4
mnarket t7 beents pcr yard.
gly low prices, and I shall always be
by & Biro.
DON'T BU? :
Until you have seen my stoca,
which' is the largecst, hand-~
somaest, and cheapest~ accordini
to quality, and for designs and
workma~nsip U n e q u a i e 4.
E~verythmitg wvarranted to hn na
rep~resented. You will get js
what yon buy. Fnriniturie
nea~Otly rep~airedl at muoderate
pneces. Maittresses of my own ~
lmnufactuire. Sprinig Beds1 anid
wire mnattresses that can't bo
beat in Quality or Pr'ices. A
new sily of picture frames,
wvall pockets, brackets, mirrors,
supply of Sewing MachineR as
DID41RSOL~D. Sewing Machines
ed1. Needles and oil for sale.
.Thuis mfuch-needed implrovemen& *
weary of the constat use of the
>rbidls an undn1e use of 011 set of
and delicate females use their
e hand to help the feet neq niro
>ndsn and feet together, 0or e ither
Come onie, come all, and get
S FUITURE STORE. 4.
YOUTHS~' and BOYS' SUIT5,
AND) NECi W EA R.
T8 of all H A DES and Cor.onw,
ed to call and examine my stock
care will receive prompt atten
ATL~Y .EXEoU~1n AT TImI