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THE NEWS AND HERALD.
WmNNSBORO, 8. L.
BU8SDAY. ,lsnuary 11, t i n 1s88
4KO. . RETNOL.DS, 8IoaTn.
U. MEANS DA VfB. CovaThis'"w EIbITon
h4AWAIUs.TTS has iuch 'to say
-about disft'anchisement in the South,
and yet Governor Butler sa le bie
message that 164,571 voters are dis
fi-anchised in that State.
STATISTICs divitde the English-speak.
ingl people of the earth as follows:
Episcopalians, 18,500,000; Miethodists,
14,500,000; Romnan Catholics, 1,600,.
000; Presbyterians, 10,260,000; Bap.
tists, 8,000,009; Congregationalists,
6,000,000; Unitarians, 1,000,000; minor
sects, 1,500,000; no religious profe.
Tuft telegram fi-om Washington,
showing the -statement made by Mr.
John A. Walsh, give a claracter to
the star-route prosecutions which the
lme long been thought to Possess.
The .general feeling has been oUo o1
distrust of the siaruoIty of those in
charge of the prosecution, andl of ap)
prehension that justice would not be
done. The Walsh letters, it. would
seem, hold up Air. Arthur and Air.
Brewster In no enviable light. The
latter was most espcially chiarge( with,
'the vigorous conduct of the prosecu.
tions, and lie seems to have flleni 1i
short of the proper performance of his
duties. When It is remembered .ait
the President of the United Staktes wat
but recently the boon companion o
Brady aind Do.rsey, the two eldet
villains, there may easily be foui
some reason for Air. Arthur's attilnd
as indicated by Mr. Walsh. 11hc truti
Is, the whole atmoslphcre of Washing
ton is corrupt, and it seens now thn
Air. Arthur and Mr. Brewster ar<
about as bad as the rest.
THE GROWTH OF TIl Bt .
TimeC Columbhi a corre~il(ls'ut of II
Augusta Chr'/oniek/C ha,1- been gelttin
upllgures to eihow ihe j.ai'gre,-s nmhl
in this State inh o th a hre yearh.c
The last ceistuz slveda pw i i
'population wlich rathe , kaoulhi he Iit
public, an. 11d it aer ih the progree
of the state in o1beL j:u-0iculars aim
beenl alnostas aiii;. The corre
Sponden t 'shows t he in1cre:a' ill pro
ducts')-b the followig , sittaunentf:
In 1871 the uaun ier wi ha1ies of cotton
raised in the State was 522,548; in 1?2,
630,768. In 1871) 11,761,3411 husie Is of Corn
were produced; in i8$2, 17,460,0o0 husiels.
TheR amomit. %hf wea. -harvestetd in 1871f
WAs 912,33) lushets; in P12, %07:3,4A.
Oats in 1879, 2,715,415 ihels: i 188
8694,1100 bushels. Eailey in 187-, Ii_,J.
bushels; in .1$82, 42:,o000 bushels. Rlye in
1879, 26,987 bushels; int 1$82, 136,100 hush
1l5. Sorghuta--.ga Illons producedI in 187ht
2(61,708; 'in 1882, 50)7,197 gl!ins. InI 1879
the fariers sold 257,195 gallens of-nltl; iii
18.82, 430,933a; an~d in. 1879 znady. 31, 19;,757
pounds otf butter on tihn farnt, aid hI 1882,
These results, however surejw g
are~not much mUore so thani thaose of the
past ten y'ears, which the cornespond
.ent. states as follows:
In 1870 the State produced 22-1,500) hales
of cotton and 9,735,465 bushels of grain.
Trhere were 88 acres of improved ilad to:
the square mile, and 6 bales of cotton and
287 bushels of ,grnan were made to) thet
square mIle. In 1880 there was p~rodueed
522,548 bales of cotton and 17,010,593 hush
ehs of grain; there were 111 acres of tilled
land to the square mile and 15 hales of cot,
ton and 501 bushels of grain were made to
Tihe squuye inlle. In 1870 147 ponnds of
lit dotton and 13 hushels of grain, per
capita of p)opulation, were produced. In
1880, 245 pounds of etitton anud 17 bushels
of grain. T1hie value of the( dif'erene he
tween the yield of corn, wheat and oats int
1881 and 1882 is more than the value of the
whole amount of farmi supplies purchased
oultsideC of the state.
Nor has the people of South Carolb
una lost sight of the great impllortanIce
of manufaictures. As ihr as their
means havo permitted, Ihey have
erected factories, and the nmher of
these has of late ycars increased ini a
manner that is at onice remarkable and
enicouraging, as the following statistics
In 1870 there were 745 looms and 34,68:1
spIndles in the cotton mills in thie State,
and the capital investedl was y1: :'s,000. Theu
millis paid in wvages, t hat, ya rr. $700
and employed 1,123 hands. Th becoam
ed 4,750,823 poundis (I'~of enito an e
value of all the p'roditet~ of the n -V ,
$1,529,937. In 1s% there were i ,- ne
92,788 hpidles, capital inavested, c.; ti
500;. wages paid, *MeO, 16h hands emuplayed,
2,195; pounds of cotton con)sumhed, 14,869,.
500, and the value of till the products was
All of which leads the ('hronicle te
With such a rcecor, no0 Mar, ace e hten
of the future ot ai !o:t su 5u' m ' t n
p~rospeorty of a1 natd' r"pl 11-2-u ha
secured a .Zoverm1 naa,' ~: ;,? .,id..
Conservative' ;' ;:. 4, t!e I ao, . 1 t~ ;,
hmave gone (3 . ~1i~ thel..'v- toprv
that theirs is a i*a te he :soughlt by othen'
cominig into this e ''ann y. m'n~uth (A trohnem
during the r'e.ent wm w~c ife':ed hear ily, hun
in her recui:al i. n 'im I lese' wrong~ she
haus shown: moreae l..raisma thana the cn
querer of a haudred batItes. lier best pr'o
ple are in the ithb.: at woik; her moats
Skilful lands'1 .m re :at the loom isad het
readiest wm .- n i mihe wheelis of gov'ern.
mnent or are des. ling means for the moei
complete deveel en.vt of heir res('urFee
Miany 11hjee*t onuie features o thle ohl
Neg/'m heave pan'edl aws'y an d have bee:
reple~.l 1 d by a n*w-., n.ronger andl healthi,
er civiilao. iiphmeld by the dignity of
labor and hu ghtenecd by the hoepe of he:
people. Ian ante'-betum dlays It used to Ie
the bmelief oif many politlehans that Sonth
Carolina longed to he the head and centre
of a new Rlepublie of this section. Time
has ehnged all thnt, but it would be ne
loweringi of heur h*- Minay were her people to
resh.vv to rum e her- one of the lende'rs of
thae Neow Soum i n tla re.to.ed Ui.-t(a
Letter Showing the Want of Xnergy
the GovernInent's Umaagement-The Tr"
anwawsie of the oncet Proceet , of.
WA41INGTOmp January 8.-John d
Walsh has givesi to the phblic a lette
writtea by him t0 PpsIdent Arthu
dateds 0oember 1 *,4A3rding eta
route makets and which w .as e4t at
swoerid. 'in a cad'W the prrbli Wa
saysfl 4"As a cit' of the Unaitc
Stategoln tho exerefso of. my rischts I
such I have ddressed respectul coil
municatioas to the attornoy-general 4
the United States and to tWe Presidet
thereof. IHaving rccelved no reply I
either communication I deshe to 01
li-hten the peoplq of the coumtry b
placing before them the contenis <
my unanswered- letter to the Pros
dent." Walsh beginsl his letter to tiL
President by sayhaig that he had wrl
ten to Attorney-Genoral Brewst
November 23, but had received m
reply. lie expresses dissatifctio
with tie position in Which lie wE
placed by the conisel for the proeot
flon when he was called as a witnet
it tle star.route conspiriacy trial. 11
rehearses his story abolt, ils sullt wit
Brady aid his damaging testimon
against Senator Kellogg, and chargc
that. there was a fadlire to lidict tlh
latter on1ly beauso of the collusion <
George Bliss ad a large number <
government officials, clerks and police
men01 with Kellog aid his frienTds. 11
alleges that it was found necessary t
discredit his word as the only met'ho
of secilaing tlis result, anld hence
wNas ttilnt in expliiuing the nethot,
by which this discredit wias throw
111(111 hils testimony, Walsh r'cfers t
the fata, Which was published at Ilh
I tie, that i copi' of the testiiony I
the Spofford-Kellogg senlatorial Coltev
(inl which Walsh hld boln witness
b 4i bei brought into the grand jur
r'oon, and was read and referred to b
the .iur - ht,1r0 whon Walsh ws
t if\ htIg'. ll regard to thils circun
I'v Walsh says: "Indeed. Mlr
'esmidenit, It I. saild that a Ielber C
Yomr Cabinet. gave to a Certail gran
jner, inl violation of the statule, th
aieremitionied tostimoiav. Tht i
was hat tle orgaiis of p pooled issr-e:
viz.: Brady C1 al. inl court alan( Rellog
et (4. not yet, there, her'alded to til
world that it granl jiry co nposed C
c0iti1ns1 f sei t respectability i1
l"".wd4 believe Walsh onl 01ath1.' 'Ti
%%I. 'aI~pienlenlted by the most 1n1i
W'OW- sh i a me in the" co(lumnlls C
itt! or*0 gm I1. and that too while I w'
un1h-rl bhptn t~t te cort, if 5 o
desire it I will tike grea t plea sure I
!4howing you the inspers4 inl Ihe Cast,
It ifi erl ilspectioni of the letters, tek
cars'.' , liink checks aiat postal draft
on Say ther is n5o1 a prim 1-t fa'cie eas
Of t;e strngest kid :tseaaIpt-, thes
meu, I wl-fiph-ad ' , u 1 *ilts to riminafil
libel iln ihvei.'' Walsh olchides wit
tho ,teiomit that he knows no ima
wh elieves (1tt the prI'osentioni as
whole waus in Carniest. Its acts hav
been. of siih at character as to preclud
1hi possibility of iitelligent Men1 N
lievilig in its holesty of purpose, anil
for the proo f O1 this lie refers the Pire
ident to the press.
A Ciarre that S1.20o0.oo of Pinassyvant
Money Waw Stolen by Two Men.,
The WVilIkesbarte (Pai.) Unio ' Lea
ger' publishes the follon~ iag no u. alii
letter sent1 to) Editor Bogeirt, ex-c -ait
muan of the0 Democratic State Coi
maittee, by one of the oldest aid bet
.known b~emocrats in P nnasvivanim
The author headsl the lettr n'- r
for Governo 110'aittisona's Attoriney-Geil
eral." It rnnis as thllows: i.Mn
(Ohnnk a few wceeks ago, General Wil
11am Lley cailed at the hotel wherca
your11 correspondoenit sojurn'aed. Ini
conversationi which rela'ed to pultil
athtirs and the dlegleeracy of meni wha
maniiagedi to obtain Cective iad retpre'
sentative ofliece ini Pennisylvanaia ana.
wh'lo hmve beld swayi for' some (wents
years past, inistiancs of' a wvant o
maor'al chaaicter' and l commo11 hionesi,
wvere rehated andi assignled as the cans
of' last Noveamber's el(ecton ver'dic
aigainist bossism, General Liliev as.ke'
mc It' I did not remaemnber th lhulie na
ety agaiist a Mr. Ev'ana, whlo was ap
p)oimted agent for' Pennasylvaniia to set
tle wvith (lie United States governsimen
for advancees mnadte durainsg the war
Public attentfion wats dire'ctedi to th'
outrageone charge imade by Ageni
Evanas ti'r a very tr'ifling service. Ti
sum retained f'or lhis seri'Lcs aggre
gated somie $3I00,000 for collect inj
about $3,000),000. Tihe instance cainla
to mind, and so I stated. 'Now,' ail
General Lilley, 'not one dollar11 of thses
millions was ever covered into th
treatsury 0of Pennsytlvaniia, andh th
evidence is ini existence to prove thi
statemnat.' The (Genieral namaed tw.
men01 who had each $600,000 of' the suir
collected by Evans. Trhis astonindin
r'evelationa ot' the venaaality of pulbli
meni, comhlig fromt a man of (lie lig
chara'cter Genercial Lilley lasa acquire
bya life of business entpis~')ie -mi
sociail lpinen~ilcu'e, deter' ' . 'ne
tharow it broadcast for' isi a -1I ei
amiatriont. I have purl . .s el
lie ia na of (lie two mei., lit.
hemseiclves to $1,200,000) o. ..."'.. ob
hlnaginig to the people of' Pcnnsylvanaia.
I ,tams rx A BA r.E or COTTrON.-j
o algro) boy, sixteen yeuars ol, was
kidlled last WVednesdiay, wvhile p)ackinil
cottons on the pulantations of Mr. L. E
jieby, about t wo miles froma this place
un adet- the follrowinig circuimsitanices, ai
was founid abont the mbkilelt oaf th
bal. Iit eems that the par*kinsg hand
had stopped for diinner', excepJ)insg thi
- sai hoy, withs about twot hindre'
jiounsds oif cotton iai the press, antd it i
uppcd tIhat he lay down~'i on lie ail
u0'i.) andIii went to slceep. Whent th
ham re41 iurned' ~i frioma I diner ensong|
u'utaio was tia'owns ini to finish th
bale,0 anid the 'ere'w of' the press'5 rul
dotwna, therebyhi ci'ushinaig thse unsru
IPct'ing~ bu ill-fated sleeper, whom
condaitions wi as ageidetallay dliscovere
yi a smal~il piece of' his coat pr'otruo
ntg. This is theo first occuirenee (
this kind we ever heard of ins thi
Icont y, thsough we saw maentions inad
naot long a ro of a simsiluar case elst
w'here. 'ha namse of the uinf(ortuitnat
ieti was Johnt Ehnore.- Laur'en
A Cain.n SSnorHERED.-O1 last Sm
dari imoirnig (lie infant of Sam WVrIghl
a colored mtan ,who lives nsear towi
was fonnd1( dead ins bed, having bee
acc'identally smothered by Its mothe
durnlag (lie aight. Coroner Bele
Iwas notified and impaneled a jury an
Iheld an iquest over the body. Afne
h~lear'Ing the testimony of the child'
fathera and mother the jurv rendered
verdict that the deceased came to it
(leath by being accidenstally smuothered
A RAuMsOAD Towr.-Everv twenty.
fter hours 15 Paeige trains and
about 1201 freht trains ppm throiggh
Newrk N. ., on thle puylvi
1ii1road. Th fe fre j trhins -Ire Inalo
-, on *A average o tWenty-fuur .e.rs,
rn that In a day over 4,000 cars go over
the ulie. The total wiunber of lissaan.
cars run In the srame tim is 740.
Ith a view to4*tingf better proteotiou
ito IE at the twent street croesingo
along its route in ewark, the com.
allmuy reculatly detailed men'to Coult
h~e W Onsaid pedestrians thatn ahould
Cross the tracks in twenty-four 'tours.
I The returns for the hours froln 3 a. n.
D to 10 p. n., gives 67 428 pedestrians
an(] 3 l vwngons, anm fron) 10 . p.
to 6 a. in. 3.204 pedoatrians antv 264
wagons. The tofta) for twont-y-floi
hourA hro b0,682 pedoatious and 4,77
r -111 health generally comes from lakk of
D the proper life forces In the blood. To
1 restore the blood to a healthy stato use
B Brown's Iron Bittern. I
Ilonger from yspp. .
,la44gestion, want Ot
A P, eUte,loseofStrongat
lack of Energy, Malarie,
Int..mittent Fevere, Ae.
BROW'S flRON BIT
TERS ne9er fails to eure
GeIase -Fee eale I have
I Ad~cJte q tefthavingr
89*q7athg which was regi0*e0*04
S4) Usiii acti ga Ob e advice* ea
ead. wie bme benestIed b
soww's Iow Ba-ras, I 1ried 4
bele. wIAh most surrisltig reuIw,
rrvleus to takint BowN's. laon
sDorns, i ate distressed
U mc .mI .1 m e .e4ly fresa
ebuming o."a.ise het smat
Which was eenbeareMI. Mito tak
-w aow'sl imon Bavuinm, all wy
&"eblesS at as end. Ca. oat
0&0. wit'e a.r Wealsea.l.
sew. a a acti y another
I gSs. W . J. ftaW,
BEtOWN'S ZION BIT
TERS aote like a eharim
e " ' edig'estive organ%
- remo ring all 1tspeptle
ymptoms, 'uch as tast
Ing the ibod, Be'leh4ng,
Mnat in% the Stomach.,
Heartburn. et. The
only I. oi Preparation
that will not blacket ek
ftetk "A* a'Ve hesaftek.
sld b# &.!I D"uggesb..
B.'OWA ChOAliCal C .
r elI&WWEmAOO. cd.
bow. ( s)emI ., Mue.was
- hae* iresse sedJc ad s.
BMWAAM OW ZNftATUO.
HONE DOLLAR A LEAR.
;:IlE eireulation of thcis popuhar newspa
talns ail the leadhillg neCws of the Dnily
lieraMd and is tarranlged in handly depart
embtiraces speeial dispantches f~tom all qutar
ters of the globe. Under the head of
3are given the T1elegraphk Ispratches of
the week fromt all parts of the Uniion. This
) feature alone makes
TIhe Weeky 13Herald
the most valuable chronicle in the world,
its It is the eheapest. Every week Li giveni
a faithful report of
embhraelnff comT1ple'teand111 f copreheensive
- diispatc'hes frotm Washinigton, lachItidig full
j re-ports of the seee'ees of emninenrt potliti
ethu onithe einestionJs of the heour.
Thle Farm De'par'tment
of the Wmri:uxy IIALD1 gives the latest
as we'll ias the tmst prae(tleal !;uggesetiones
:' id discoveri's re'lathiiu to the dutties of the
Lrmer, hints5 for raIislog cattle, poultr--,
sui.ges.ti'ons ior keeping bhidings. and
fatrmin u tenslis ini reha r. Th'iis su'4ipale
menute< hy a wet'l--editedl department., wade
coepied, tunder the head of
3 giving relipes for practical dhishes, hintsber
Ii taanking clothiing and for keeping up with
the late'st fashions at the iestt -price.
1Ever item of cooking or elonomly su ..
* ested i this departmeent is4' >)racticaelty
tested iby exp~ertai before u~bigati lo. Le' c
ters from our l'aris tamu .,oadon correa n.ii
3 dents ont the very latest fashiotes. l'ho
I iloie Detpatment of the WaxxI(y (I 1nAJ.I
wil save the holet~wife miore than o~ne hunt
eldred times the pri1ce of the paper. Thes~ it.
II illed Labomr
i are lookecd aftor, and everything relathmig'a
-mechianics and~ labor-saxlng Is en ofiil
f rIcorded't. TIhere is a piage dievoMA Ito all
a th~e ettest p~hases of- the biuiniess maritkets,
cro isnmerchandis~e, etc., etc. A v'alutable
fraurela oun inthe specially reported
prices and etditions of
- The Produce Market.
Sportinir News, at home and atroiid, to
etheor with a Str' eve rvweek, a 8ermont
>cy some0 emlinen't <lvi ne, dierary, Musical,
.llramattie, l'ersonual ande Sea, N(otes. There
-is no4 paperC' inilii thewrhld which contais so)
,~t muc news matter ever week. as the
e EEEl:)LY IIEnIALD, whIch is sent, usta 0
1 free, for One D~ollar. You can subscrIbe
r at any time.
STHI NKW YORK HimALD,
IN A 'ERLY FORE,
ONR DOLLAR A YEAR.
NRW VYOmK Iln AT)n
X Sare prepared to fill all orders fo%
Lumber, and we rempectfully *.
btaae of Ithe pn ie patronage. Alt
ori, re ill be proupltly met. AddreA
T. W. it,'YLE & ]RO.,
Uidgeway, 8. 0.,
tOt -a. 1K. nO. LEH,
Winneboro, s. 0,
.V ANTEDT e buyer for my onti1re stoek
of Statple en1d Panty 'Grocedek., L
V10r7 Wines, Tobavco. Cigars, etc., situat
d4 in at business Iart 4'f town. Store
room well adapted to the businei anid
rented for next 'yrr. I intenl to lovo tho
County and request all parties indebted to
iu t come up and set4le their ae-ounts
promptly, and s.v thie selves troubole. I
mean busim:,s, and will boll to a cash buy
er. Very respectugg .
%Dce 30-t- im.
OPENr JiuGonis AT $3 and 415, AT
ULYSSE G. D'ORTIE.
OROSBY MILNTARY INSTITUT14.
- B. 1T3 , A. K, PRINCIPAL.
FC A8 r P .8r ILTLE, a. C.
tar-g'Wl) VON JInat,A'i.
IN the division of the tertory between
the ounty Conilssiv ers, milade e"n the 4th
of January, 1883
J. L. RICHMOND takes Feasterville,
Irice, Uladden's Grove, Jackson's Cteok
AIn lIbek Creek Townships.
I A. H NNANT takes Jefferson, Jenkins
ville, lHoreb. Greenbrier and lIblgeway.
J. It. h1An v-Y takes Mount Zion, Oak
land, WAiteree, Simpson's and Bear Creek.
Superintendents of the jiblie highways
will take. cherge of the roads in the re
sp-ective townships until further notice.
J. . II. iAltVEY,
Jahm -txt ChtAirman Board.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUN'TY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Thomas W. Woodward Plaintiff, againsd
Willin T. Woodwar, J. L. Carter and
Mary 1W. Carte~r, his wife, and Iharriet
S. \Voodward, Defendants.-Cpy sul.
tuons.-or RIelef.-Coliplaint not
ITo T11 DEFENDANTS:
YOU are hereby sminioned and required
to answer the coImplaint in this action,
whleh I lied in the office of the Clerk of
Common Pleas, for the said County, and to
serve a copy of your answer to the said
complaint on the sibscriber at his ofive,
Noi. 7 and 9 East Washington Street,
Winnsboiv, South Carolina, withi twenty
days after the service hereof, exciusive of
thel day of such serviee; anti if you fail to
ap'swer the complaint within the time
aforesaid, the phlitif in this action wvill
apply to the Court for the relief demaniided
la the comainllt.
D~ateudls8ih Dcem1-ner, 1852.
. JAS. 1I. RJON,
To TuTz DidNDANTs:
T 'A3 E notlee that the sunmnons in thuis
action, of which the foregoing is a copy,
was flied in the. omlee of thet( (Cerk of the
Cout of Comnmon Picas, at Winnsboro, in
the County of Faifib, in jime State of
South Carolna, ona the 27th day of Decem
December 27, 1382.
JAS. HT. RION,
Dec 28-t T~w Plaintiff's Attorney.
S UiE R IFF'S S A LE.
P iru of an execution to me directed,
S1will offer for sale he fore the court
house door in Winnsbhoro, S. C., on the
Pli~IRSl MONDAY IN FEnRtUAllY NEXT,
within the iegtal hours of sale, to the highest
hidduer for CA SII, the following-descrIbed
property, tO wit:
All theoxrght, title ar~d interest of .Jacob
A. Caldwell in all that piece, itarcel or tract
of lend, lyhig, beIng and situate in the
State of Southm Carolina, in tihe County of
Fairliih, on the head waters of -Iog I'ork,
ONEC HUND)RED ACRES,
tmore or less, and hounded by iands given
or devisedl by .James E. Caldwell, now deC
ceased(, to Catheirino E. Moblev a nd by
lands(1 given or devised by the said James
E. Caldwell to Jacob A Caldweli.
SAll that piece, parcel or plantation of
land, lying, bingu~ and isi tuate in the County
of Fairlieki, in the State of Sonth Carolina,
called "Fairview," containing'
FOUR lIUNDIIP.D ACIIEM,
mnore -or less, and bounded onl the north by
lands of Catherine E. Mohley, on the east
iby lands of Strdlther Ford, on the south b~y
landis of the saidt Jacoib A. Cald well, andi
onl the wvest by lands of Catherine E. Mob
iey and George II. McMaster--hevied upon
as the propetty of .Jacob A. Caldweli, at
tihe slut of Jame11s G. McCants against
Jacob A. Caldwell and Othiers.
.JNO. D). McCARLEY,
Sheriffs Offiee, S. F. C,
VWinnsboro,, S. C.,
D~ecernber 15, 1882.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FA IRFIELrD.
COUJIT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Franieh C. Young and Jantes M. Young,
rna Executors of the L~ast Will of .Jaines
WV. lonnr , D~eccased, Plainitiffs, against
Chiarity I . Yountg, D~efendant. Summnons
-for ltelief.-Complaint Served.
TO TiE DEFPRNDANT Charles B. Young:
YOU AiBE TERtEI3Y suaionted and
requiredl to answer the complaint
in this ac'tion of which a copy is
herewlth served up)on you, and to serve ai
e'tpy of youir answe~r to the said1 compilaint
on1 fhe suibsertbers, at their enice, No.:?,
La-a~ liange, Winnsboro, S. C., within~
twenby~ (lays after the service flereof, en
elusive of the day of such service- antd .f
you full to anlswer the complailnt w~ thuin tie
tihre atrorsahIl, the plainti ff in ti acthcin.
*1l1 apply to the Court for the relief die
manded in he conmplaint.
Dated Januar - 2, 1883.
TO T HE DFMKDANTr:
TJA KE notice that the summons In this
action, of which the foregoin.g is a eo py,
was fled in the of1ice of the Clerk of the
Cnurt of Cimnonm Pleas, at Winnsboro, in
the County of Fairfiehd, in the State of
South Carolina, on tihe 2nd (lay of January,
A. D). 1883.
JacDONALD & DOUGLASS,
Jan 9-ftO Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
(NE CARL~OAD BUGGIES, which will
~be sold low dlown. Also, twenty-five
sets harness cheap for cash. Call early and
get your choice.
LaAUIRDAL T& AGOmiNG.
Ie Ntblft (*A*Lte(d earohely to noits the nowe
and enlarged & to be drawn eouthiy
W-OAPITAL VItIZ, 11O'O.0004
Tickets Vony So . t-haresIn Proporto-.
Lenisiaia State Lottery Company.
" We do hercby rertify that o7e oervi8d
the a'rangcmentsfor aW2 tho Monthly and
Pe'miAnntwd Draings of 7ho Lcussiana
Sate Lottery Cinj11 at in, person einan,
ago and control e ratoings the'selves,
and that the aame are contvceld witft hon.
eaty, fairness, (nl in ypo fuith too-re all
partes, and tce authom.e the Conpaity to
se I certoe cate, toith -stniles f r
signttres attahed, in its avertiennen i."
Uticorpotaled in Ios for 25 years by the Legls
iature for Educational and Charitable purposes
--wt h a capital of I .000,000-to which a reserve
tuind of $550,00 has since been adted.
By an overwhelming popular vote its fran
thIse was made a part at the present State Con
8ttiittion adopted Decembe- 2d. A. D. 18T9.
'he only Loter ever votjd an and endorsed by the
#Ople of a y' StWd
it never scales or prnp es.
Its brand Single Number rawings take
A SPLENDID OP]PORTYINITY TO W-lt
A FO1TUNE. 4ECONi)tiANDURAWING,
ULANS VB AT NEW OI(LEANS. TUESi)AV,
Febrtuary 13, 1883-18d Monthly Drawing.
CAPITAL PRIZE. 67b,000
100.000 Tickets at Five Dollars Rath.
Ftactions, In Fifths, in Proportlion.
.ST OF PRaI.ES.
I CAPITAL PliZ .....................$T5,ooo
I do do ................... 25.ooo
I d do (10.................o.ooo
2 It ; of $GOO ................... 12.000
6 2t WOO.................... 10,000
1 do 1000 .............,...... 10,000o
20 qo iob.m m.% ..... 10.000
oo no %... ............,. 20,004
8 do '100.................... 8OOo
500 00 50..................... S,0oO
1000 do 25..................... i ,ooo
9 Approximation Prizes of $T5o........ 8,750
9 (o do 600........ 4,00
9 do do 250........ 2,250
190T Prizes, 4tmounting to...%...........$265,500
Applilcotn for rates to clubs should be made
only to tihe otlice of the Company in New
e or flhrth1er iterinallon write clearly, giving
full address. Hend orders by Express, Iegister
ed Letter or Money Ord:-r, addriessed only to
M. A. DAUPIHIN,
or H. A. ]DATi'H1IN, Now Orleans, La.,
607 Seventh St, Washington, D. 0.
Jan 9-5w 900
1'9TS TRULY WONYDEIRFUL
REMEDY HAS NE VE t
FAILED TO CURIC
Its speedy action upon all Brenchial rand
Pulimonic Affections is beyond belief
to those who have never tried it
or sein it used.
It apeedily allavR Bronchial and I
mcni Fevets. It is a wonderfil
EXPECT RANTr AND H E A L E R.
It keopi the digestivQ and urinary' or
hans in a natural and healthy condition
PUIRIfBIES THE BLOOD,
Instantly relieves night sweats, gonienesa
of appetito and general debility. It has
been known only four years and
HAS NEVER FAILED -rO PERFECT
Any "ne 1!"1ted ,it whrit is genrally
considered dearth)'s avantI conrier. consump-.
tion, can be tured for $2.50, $5.00 or
$10.00 according to tho stage which the
disease has reached. No patient has yet
taken $10 worth before acure was affected.
Trho SPECIFIC is recomm tended only for
pulmonary affections, and those (1esiring
to use it cans do so Dy sendin1g their orders
to the proprietors of this paper or direct
to me, stating that you saw this adlvert.ise-.
ument in the Winnsboro N Ews AND iiERCALD
Cures Rheumatism, either acute or chro~n
ic, in from eight to ton days.
Price by Express, $5 per Bottle
Juno 13 IFRANKLINTON, N. C.
Atmuore's Mince MeatL
CItron, Raisins, Currants.
Al monds, Pecans, English Wa~le.
MacaronI and Cheese.
Lea & Perrin's Sauces.
Crosse & Blackwell's Pickles.
A Fresh Barrel of Fuiton Market Beet.
Sulgar-eulred U~ncanlvasedl Hamns.
And a great many othler goods wIcha
purchasers will have to call and see flor
____ R. M. IIUEY.
T HIE sithseriher wouldl in for m his fri ends
and patrons that he has removed linto the
store one dloor north of his old standi, ocen,
pled formerly by Caldweli & Lauderdale,
wvhere he wvill be glad to wait uiponl his
culstomners andl theO p1mb)11 generally.
Thankful for past favors, ho hopes to merit
a continuance of the same.
WUI give thme best goods, Shelf Girocerles
andl Cianned Goods at greatly rednlleed
Come one, come all; you will find it to
your advantage to buy of
R. S. WOLF.
100 DOZEN EGGS.DPOTg
IILST all aronAd I hear the famill -r Mh
Year," I an p-ompted'to contributo a I
cessfully accomplish tigt desired wish.
For the next few wmk I hurl Oie prices of my
value-throwing my grcal clo. ing sale in thed
the vortex of a cyclone of bhrgalus,
W141st being considerably reduced by the unpi
selection, V9itch will be sold at prices to coipkl
rush my name throughout the county as a force
N. B.--T1ls ale lasts for a few weeks, ami
your own prices.
W E will during the present week move out
present stind, into the room now occup!
keep a FIIRST-CLASS stock of
BOOTS AND SIOES,
And will continue to sell them it the lowes
In order to reduce stock,
COME AND HEAl
IN addition to the above, we will add, afte
Of all kinds-Staple and Fancy. We cann
gettilng anlything you want, and may also be su
\\ e ret urn thiniks to our friends and the pt
and solicit a continiuance. If you visi a happ,
findo ia more certain way of having it tIan by d
CA LD T1'9
ARE VERY 1MU
T IIAVE nev'er had (mnV liking for great"
de~pendeid rather uipont seillng goods at such prit
I still intend~ to adopt the samte plan, and I
every assertioni I make. it is imposslible to giv'
In store. But I quote:
PIEDMONT IIOMESPUTN, the best in tl
CAILIColtS at 5,1 6 ndl 7 eenits-thie last I
SO10CIn grent vaiety. and at prices to l
CLOTIllN 1ofa al syies and at all prices.
My stock -f
ST APLE AND) FAN(
Wirnes, Liquors, etc., will be sold1 at correspond
pleasedl to shiow my g(oods.
(Give ume a call at BE ATIY & BR~O.'S O1
f-/ Reimembe r the place--Old Stanid of B
NE0W F UR
wi beagetrlef l h ai. le -
mclems. etijme cana i the s o Anw
handsi~ toret theifef. the mu aries n is
the imiltin. Itemnember, y'ou 'ann 11se both
as deosi red, w i Ihout chiaiginug the attlachineli
one. LOW IN P'itICE, at
THIE WINNSROROR FIRlS T-CL.A
A TM.L. K
O'VElnCOATS IN A LL STYLES. IEN'
* GIKNTlS' l'1UNISIi lNG (;00
GENrrs' FINE 8S10ES, SOFT and STiFFj
W When you are in the citv von are in,
ofCLOTIllNG,. All orders addressed to
"*"' M . L. K11
fr Jon WORK OW AI.LL KINDS
NE~WS AND nERAn OFrnIno.
ad morry greeting of "A ftppy ew
ittle more tiun an empty SOunL to sue.
entiro stock down to u lholtetgr of It
m distance, add chg4~(if every VIsitoI lit
ecedentedI rwi.lh, Yet contains a very nied
te1ly ignore ali iy former effort , tnt
is the last opportunilty to buy goods t
stock of goqd ono door south of our
led by r..N'01fo. We will continue M
t possible prices. We are now offering
I OUR PRICES.
r removal, a full and completo stock of
ThI E S
ot enimerate, but you aIfRV bo sure of
re of getting it at the LOW EST1 PltlCi I.
blic for the patronage we have recivl,
and prosperous New Year, you Ce
pending your money with us. COMf
LEL & LAU.DI1?DALEg.
bown" in advertisements, but hav n
cs as to satisfy my 01(1 customiers andm
feel sure that I can come fully uip to
the prices of the n umerous good I ha ru
me market, at 7 cents peryad
igure for' the best.
ingly low priices, anid I shall alwvays bc
'aly & urn.
Unlil yon have seen my sto~
which is Ilhe lare'i,' haniid- ~
someIP.t, and1( ch 01eaet aIccorin 2
to (jialhity, andl- beo des'ign!is andic
WyorkmasipI~l ni i e q mm a 1 e d.
re preen to.Yo will gel ,jun1
whi o u buy.lfml C1 Funiil-i
neaty reaire at moderaito
pr'ices. Mat tresses of ni ~ own
wire maiittresses that cain't be ~
flew su1pply of picoture frames,
wvall poc kets, brackets, mirrors1,
Supply-v of' Sewingii Machines as
JNINDEliSOIl1. Sewving Alainesiio
shedn. NeodeIis and1( o)il for sale.
P.S. TJhis mnehid-nieeded imi-ovemenfti
20 weary of tihe constaniit 1se of the
forbids anm 11ndno1 use of one setL of
', anmd (ldli cate feima les im~eo thir t
thme handl to he11 lpie fe'et eirei
hmand~s and1( feetI together', Or eithler
t. Come one, como all, and1( get
INN FURNITURE ?'TORI .
8 VouTTIS' and rioys' suIT'r .
)b AND NECKW~EA R.
lAT8 of aill 8IIA DES aind Cocoa6.
~ited to call and examine my stock
ny careo ill receive prompt aitton-1
' \~. )~'COLUMTB1A, S. (I
(IUAND CENL'UA1 lIIOTELT.
M.EATLY 1VXIUTEIm AT TLis