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THE NEWS AND HERALD.
WINNSBORO, S. 0.
TUESDAT. January 18. j: a 188 .
WNvo. S. IE) NOar)nn. EmhTQo
P'. . D)1 .As, CDst.gTinsu1T.o I 'lNU'.
A Nw YOUK sliop-keeper says (hot
lots of' woia i are eaght Stealing, but
Toare it arrested. They are generially
respectable women whto have runinig
aclcotnlts at the' stores. The articles
they steal are oharged inl the bill at au
extra price, which is always paid with
out a ma u'nemur.
TimE recorid$ of the Bureau of Vital
Statistics of Now York for the year
1882, show a terrible death rate for
children, and of the inhabitants of
tenement houises. Of the total num
ber of deaths 64 per coilt. were In the
tenement houses, and over 48 per cent.
Were of children undr' 5 years of age.
THE New York courts have discov
ered a method of evading tihe law
punislhig attempts to comiit suicide.
Tie person caught making such an
attempt Is charged with being intoxi
cated, and tihe case Is (lie distm'sed.
Such, at least, was the course pursued
in the case of the woman.who recently
Iried to throw herself from the platfurm
of the elevated railway.
Ni:w YORK Sun: Tie Congression
'al Recor( is a cloak for indecency, a
tall feat her for vanity, a stalking horse
for dishotesty, a salve for wouadled
self-love, a crutch for lame dignity, a
step-ladder for persoala ambition, a
conveniemce for the sharks, a waste
paper basket for unappreciated orate
ry. In short, it is anythinag and every
tIing except what it pretends to be.
The official journal of' Congress should
either be reformed and run on square
principles or abolished altogether.
IUSSIA is on the brink of bankrunt
y. Thle State debt, both foreign and
lntternal, amnounmts to tle enaormoums
sum of 3,142,000,000 roubles, and the
anmmnal interest amonils to 136,500,000
rotubles. Ilis debt, instead of fle
cr'eaing, is annmually increasilg, for
the government, being umable to pay
the iitierest as it fills; duie, issues niew
obligtatiomN. An anmal deficit of some
100,ouo,000 roubles has become at mat
ter of facut inl thle Czar's financial ad
MISS SUSAN 11. AiRiIONY.Says1 that 80
farl- from being "old maids," the chan
pionls of woman's sull'rage are mlaraied
wOmen) with childrenl, anld defenlds her
sttlement with statistics. Tihae absene
of idows in the wonaaa 's sulfrage
movement, however, is both marked
anmd sig'nifica.:t. It woabt sceen thiat
itf anuy woman needed thme pr'otection
wich lie ballot gives, It would be a
widIow with a flunily. Therue is scarce
:naaa a vote that w~ould~ not appmly to
giving it. to at widowv, especially with
a ihmily. If she has propert1ly , she
needs thle ballot to protect it. If she
has to wvork to support her family, she
limeels it to protect her rights, lnt
fbw, if anly, wiadows have ever bteeni
formdt conspicuous in tid agitatimon.
Of' all of' the sex, they wh'o, logical ly,
wvould lmost seek it, seem to care thme
least abouL it.
Om theo twventy-six neow or re-elected
Senmator's wVhose terms begin ona thie 4th I
of Marcha next, ten have already been
chuosena. These arc Mor'gan, of Ala
bamak; Beck, of [Kentucky ; Lamar, ot'
IMississippi)j; Anmthony, of' Ilhode Island,
and Buatier, of' South Carolina,. have
been re-elected. Rlail L. Gibsonm
has been ehiosen to succeed Kellogg, of
Louisianat; James F. Wilson to suc
ceed Mclill, of Iowa; James N. Dolph
to succeed Grover, of Oregon; Ridle
ber'gcr to succeed Johnson, of Vir
glnia, amnd ex-Governor Colquitt to
succeed Barroiv, now serving~ the crag
maent of Ilill's term farom Georgia.
the Demnocr'atic caucua. nohmbattioni
Two Mayors of New York have re
futsed a license for thme pr'oduictioni of
the "PIassioni Play" ina that city be
cause it wvonid aiolate (lie helings: anad
sentimnats of thea laarge umajor'ity of'
citizens. They both ieuead it without
seeing It,. without so nmuch ats lookinig
at the manuscr'ipt, without allowing-it
even one paerfornamce. They~ (did not
ieedi to inaformn thiemselves upon the
subhject. They knaew wvhats a Passion
Play is,. wit h what it. conern'as itselfI
and how It afleicts the olpinlins, and(
feelings of- the- catmmunity.. 'T.hey
knaei it just, as any intelligenmt person
K ~knows the purp'hor't a-nd appearaace ot'
a play cal led "'Jesse Jlaes,"' or- t-he
"%Jatmes Bro-(theras." The' deIcaal o1'
license to tihe "Passion Play" w.as niot
founded: on its lhnmor'al or' law-defy'ing
influence. No one claimed that it> was
immoromal ini any other- sonse than that
its treatment of subjects hallowved by
the muost r'evceetlal'ad Attered senati
muenits of Christiaty wouhil outra.~ge
these feelinags and bring them iato dis
respect. About the direct, dleaumra liz
hng influenice of a "Jesse .Jatmes
drama nupou vicious or' cmrimnally' dis
whIatever'; andm~ any~ aurgumentm wivch
allowvs t he sumamaray restr'aint. of thme
"Passion Play" will permiat an equally
positive amnd arbirary prohibitionm. of
the "Jesse Jtaes" dramja.
..-Punm wvesk andl~ sickly e c een are
w 0a ao MM'rfra hN1B -0? 000KB.4
Some Faete Constituting the Causes of Dys.
pepsia and Many Other Evils--Educaton
(Corrliponidence of the Nashville Aamerican.)
I have had occasion to ttavol consid
erabily duling time past year, and at
har thie houimss I stopped the biscuiti.
Were raw at tie botttomi, and elther ts
heavy as lead or as yellow is a pummp
kil, wiin soda, while the meIat wal
Swiluminig iI grease. Whv, it Is
enlough11 to give a razor-back hog, ai
sleep-kiling dog or a Heugia tigot
dyspepsia. Amid then the cohe, Iow
delectitile I What it is miade of I have
not the slightest idea; but, Whatever It
Is, It. has nslot tihe remotest. kiniship to
genuine Rio or the deliciously flavored
Java. Ilorace (reCeley visitd ti
South sool afler the war, anld tihe oily
criticismI his kind heart made was lit
these memorable words: "The Soutil
ileeds 20,000 cookal" It would not
have been prudent for 'Mr. Grecley to
have masde a visit to time South beilrt
the war, but if Ie had, and141 been emter.
tallied by 20,000 farmiers mimuni planters
he woki have said: "The -South ha
20,000 of th best cooks Iin tihe world '
Soutiheerrie's always edumated thebi
daughters, amid wheii Iiese daughliters
mnarmied thev iade their home atirac.
tive Iim varIous ways, an1d especuilly In:
the cookini departmnent. They educa
ted iegro women in tIe art of cook
ing, antd ailowed them to do nothiiy
else, colimeque(tly time cookigix wlai
excellemt. But time abolil lon of slavery
also abolished good cooking, except m'
to the Iegro vomien who w%?re e(dum
Cated by their mistresses inl time cmli
Imarv art, and the mmmmstresses thmeim
selves. I heard a gemlemma make a
very sensiblei remuirk recemnily. "Vanm
derbilt, Peabod, ammd Slat(er have given
miilliom of dolliris to time caluse of
education In the boith, aid I holor
themi Is great beniefactors of oi' sec
tion; but if I had several millions to
give amway, I would estabhlish all ove
lihe Souths schools inl which the art of,
cooking woui bo taumght. In doilnmm
this I woutld be subservinmg tim cause of
Imiorality and religion , as well ais of
civilizaition ti1d humanity. Properly
Cooked t'od causes hemlth, aid peic'V't
health is comdi -Ave to good tomper,
clmeemiiliess, ki( feelimgs, ellicient
anid capuble work, memmal amid physi
ca. hlm aldly' cooked Food Iprodind cees
Iniligesionm; indige t m causes bad
heallt in every part of' time hmlia s
tem, freluI'llness, Iatefilnmess, diselmIm
teit, poor mmental an1id phy,-ical lahor,
anl(] rendlers life a ctimse to himselt anmd
all those airomid him. A mai ean ot
be a true Chrisian, i all that. imens,
it' lie is Fed mpomnl badly cooked' flood all
his days. The great mcled of' lte coim
try is good cooks Aid plenit, - of' themmm.
Youmg ladies should be i mmnicl il inl
lime art, bothi at scmool anmd al boine. It
is lime the couit ry was awikemiir to
tis great, mnced. A well-ro-do parent
spen'mds $500 to give his hullcghi emr ma
Iumiical edicalioli, ammnd allter $5O0 to
bity her a piamo, and ni.ae chance.s to
on she never phYs o n it. i year aftier
ler marriage. It' tIle $1,00 were
spment inm givinmar ler a ipmcicai mml mml
tleoricmmal kiniowledge (of (' cookiiig, if
wouli lie far better foi he' aid imntm
itely better for her tummime husbaid
amnmd children." The 1inim1m who manIe
these reimmarks is imaried , amil has
I iwee beauit itfil (htughters-"hIenice
JIEEUE~i 's ThiEo LOGy.
no. rrea'mwteA Evoim(I~n, AibolisheN Helm,
and Latigh a riiiginaml Sinm.
FN ouK\mmt, .Jaciitlm'v /. --im. liemrv
Wri'mmc Beeincher' 13i metued last eveinmg n't
Coopiger Unimu bcfore mmmi auicce of
2 ,5c00, oim "Ev~ohit iom andii R~evolu ct ionmi
imm whichm lhe ehthoramiel on hmiis speechm
mit the I ierbemt Spieer dinnemmmr, andmc
demailedi ati lengthm his bmelhi imi a Chrmis
tianm evc.Iinionm. l ie-mini wit hi a state
niientI cf Ithe doctr'inle o' cvohm,tIionm mas a
b,'acri ptm of i time deOvelininentmm of thlie.
di vin mmc mmtihod ipur suedc ini 4cat ion.m
Thie world, mas we see, it, wals time pro
(iie. and gromwthi of nImura Ili hiws. This
is held imn a generamel war hvi scienitis'ts
of, lime lwesenit dayi mup time limit of thei
omrig in of mamn i. iieme fhere is aicl tde'
inie mis tom wh'ether lime hinnmamn scimmi wams
lime imwodneuct ot' thme jiwcgresms deIscmi bed,
or of spmecial 1 innmum'nces mnot broumghmt lo
bear omn mmnferior' binmgs. Wim hm regardo
Ico time reitio ommcf evolui li on 1 t lie cexi s
teince cof a div i ine Cremafor, lie thionm-ht
ev'oluf ion left time cque'stionm wherwm it
stmied.9. Thmere ar~e t hree shil o~~cf evo
tutiionists, aithieistiIc, agnomstic andml mhe
istic. Thie laiiter is Clrianiimm. Thie
existenice cit God maim niot be estabbi shmci I
b~y physicaul prot'. lBut thmere is immnall
idmghier'mm nacrs thaimt wh icimhfee time
exismemice cof Gcod- lie would notm say
thiht iminam dlescendcedl from tihe anmimii
cmreamtionm by uin miiterruimpied mmmturamal lawv
buct if' it bie true, it throws light com
mmamny qumestionis, amid e'xpinsm maniy
diflicltles not previoumsly cxpilamiied bi
any~ otheimr hyphiiesils. Ilimiw cdoes thi's
viewv iflct lime word of Gomd ? Ii will
rescue thaim, word I roum lime ause thail
lins beeni madeci o1f iitia by elieverms inm a
iplenary'~ dmr verbii al s iationm ofI the
iblle. Tme Bi ble is ia historyi of time
develmnmimn t' maminiaomng a'miatiommal
andc spjeciaml iiline. It Is itselfC ani exlmO
ie, of evcolution. Th'ie woirdl of' (ild
inm its strumcturmem is comfiruutjtomw cmi' can
luion 0m. If evolmtiomn is the dlivitoe
munelhod of erentaion it- is to be seemi imm
thlie househohm(,tl inmm thie deOvelopimment of ai
chilcd. P'ecople haviie flmrown'm the liblhc
at aisironmomyu amid geology, and~ yet
Agaimn almr. Beechmer said: "''ou don't
believie inm hell. Tme mnem waho preachi
it dion't. They thimk tlhev do, hbul thev'~
(don't. D~o you be'lieve nai manm coiuill
believe inm eternal pmunuishimenimImut irve
in pmeace? CoiuldI I look cout omm mya fe
lowt-mmnm anmd blie lve thieim domomm'md ton
lind ilunmemmmi.tforev'emr? TIheoc~lgy i dces
innot. tell wnhetmhemr comiuenhices~m tfollomw
imn lime cthe lifei.", Ie beieved ihev
dlii,,bumt thiat Is a differ'ent tiim.t frorni
lihe ii mmmnal dloctrinme of etcrnl puniush
mentm m. Mm. heecher riminld thec Biblem
accounimt of Adamim andm Eve im thec Gar
dtem oft Edeni, anmd dlenounim'cd time theoriy
of oiriginaiml simm andm tocl deprlmavity,
anid thamt swarms of' hlmmumn beimngs mare
datuned mmblieeniuse Adanim mule of thue aipple.
It' thmic he time God lie wams called up~onm
to) woriship lao ccould mmot love min r'ever'
manme much ai blinmg... TIhe wt'hole Ithieory'
of imi'mals is to, be adlvatatgedl hy evio.
luiiiionm. 'Thle- essential tirulthms of' ( God
all mmmn down.a minm their'mliim Iot bi) mul u
r'ma imiht'-. E.V~or y great imm'rec lit simtis,
nmoit nm lime amuthomiiity3 of priests, buit
stamcds roetod mm inhe aiuhoriy f vinamiturme
itse'lf . r.. Becechmer saaid thaimt evoion111
woulmm d ciompijel. mmen to mhange thmeirI
thecoloigy, aund thmt. wipminlc hie ma goomd
iddanmeo. He c'losedt by3 thlaimking God
for' Chri'stianm evoltionm.
-Johnm B. Maninimmg, D~emrocrat,.was
elected mayor' of Brookyn, N. Y., r'e
m'eivinmg 11,036 vomtes to 71,321 fori Rhob~ert
R. I Lel'ord, Reublican. Them v'ote
is as soime 8,000 hess thanu in 1881, wh len
bl~yon' ClnelanAd nwao alcatcna
-There was an increased number of
cases of smiall-pox reported in Balti
-The father of the late Gambotta
$tll Inlsists that the renains ofr his son
shall be bui-led at Nice.
-John Scuff, a Brooklyn (N. Y.)
saloon keeper, was stabbed 'Iluesday
aull wobalbly faitili wounleiid by .John
i~lt ing, with whom he was fighting.
-A well dressedt young man, sup
posed to be f'romo Ch11ic'ago, wm, foiand
dead in a Philadelphia Ptation house
Tueslav. A bottle, half filled with
inawphlia, was ftound lin hif pocket.
-The offieial canvass Inade by the
Delaware LC- islature Tuesday show, d
lihe vote for iovernor to be : Clits. G.
Stockley, Deiocrait, 16,558; Albert
Curry, Republican, 14.,620.
-A man naimed Braunnyale, of Ilar
ilshirg, l't., received fa'tal injuiiries
iTuesday while attenipthing to stie tle
lives of' a womain and ctill who were
Crossinlg the ratilroad rack. Ile him
self was crusheml. The woman and the
child were unini1jured.
--The Supreme Cotirt of Ohio-overi
ruled the iotion of' Jaimes .. Camip
bell, for a writ of miiailamus to eotilg
tle vote in i lie Seventh Coigressional
distriet gf that State for II. L. Morey
and ieliry L. Morey for idifFerent per
sonsP, so that Morey, lipblcn houitd
-Mayor LoTim, of Salem, VII.,
writes tlit the relorts of' siial l-poX ini
that regiolnare greatly exiagi'ueratled.
lIe says there are but two cas's of* that
iseaseo and three of var'iolold inl tile
town iilimits, and only five or six cases
in the otfsliirts.
-Most of the Nilsson concert tickets
In (lhica';o were gobbled iu) it $3 each
by speeci nators, am I Ie'sol at friomii $6
to $15 each. Tie primtia dolina i was
sick ane dlid lot siing, anl the theatre
proprietor call he held toil only $3 ab
ent. Those who oluighit fromi spec
tor1s will iave to whisitle fo' the extrca
-T:he British cosuil at Plihiadelphia
has receivel ite flecriptIll ion iof a m1ian
wlo is wanited inl Ediibiurgh (( ttinswer
at chiire of <h'fraudiiiir a ciib cor
porat ion out of $22,000 by iinean s of'
forgerv. The tiiive was iyv'eseteud
tob sev'eny-ftour y ears of lge. An
(Xtli inatiol ol' tle crooer's r'10ni't
showed that ia tial wti eig ithe de
scriptio ol' ithe Ediibugti f cg' died
in P'liilchi.ihia two monillths ago, lul
was buried in Potter's field.
-A riot oceurred itt Aspinwall on
Det'ber 24 on the arrival of' flit
EgI IIish Ste:niei' Me(iway. Somie
Jainiicliilans aiittempitjued to go on he
whar' to meet their coul nitryinenl arI'rivi
ing to go to work oin the canl. bit
werec retused amission. The d&aek
gIiariIds Were th'n attacked the- imih
antlll oneo of' their number killed andl
aniothet' Volideld. The police shot
right alld lef at the .Janmican it lt the
sreet, anid several Were wotiided and
two were killed. The tuilitar di -
arnied the police aid restored orler.
Dat. Onwerrn1s11 Aer Mxu
0. . Grilliths, thle new,\ pastor of, the4
MethIodist churchi'di inl this plac.e, arrivl
hi ere laet Fridiy, anti'lwa met at the
parsoniage by a niiher of kitl friend,
wh o had buie~d fthemiselvies ini irefmi'
mishinmg (lie house withI suich articles ats
if, stoiod motust ini iieedt otf. At inight
t~hiey begani goi ns to thie p~arsoinag e ini
liftle )a' mries, eachi Txer'on car'r .'in a
table iln the diing r'ootn until it. was
full of' all kiinds of goodl' tlhings-hbi oe.
coiln'fectineries, tnoiier', an iiaI lot of'
o1their thuigs thriough the covers' of
whbich ye local conhll not1 se". Dr.
.(riifltlts inis bteen w~ell i'eceived bv' thme
pe~ olid we ex tendi to him ai tnil his
'auinily a corial wveleoan to out' towni.
A iiero or rare, -ratue.
Mr'. WV. T1. Clark. ai reslidlentpf Phil
aidelphia, has in thie pasl~t eight y'earis
coii inito thei p)oseiont otf lthree foir
Itlunes withloult anyi~ efthrt. ile irelnariked
to at rep'lort er'' XIYou see I have~ k nowni
ia gr'eat many peopile who have d rawni
large aimountts fr'om The .Loisi'ianua
Sat Lott ery4) (''', an id k now inig t hat its
deahnl lgs were( alwayit~s fai', I conludiled
to) fry my hiandi. in the Cenitenniiatl
year' I purchalnsed Ia. ticke't, and that
dr'ew $5,000), which 'vaEs paid( to me~ ill
d te sceson- I I abl gh tickets in the
dIrainIigs after' thiis, and ini one year'
tr'omi myi first, stike 1 (1re45w $ifi0.I
seint $2 to M. A. D~auphin, New Or
leanis. Lii.. for thie t wo-Ilfths of' a wholed
icket. ini the h'ist. Nov'emibeiru i: drain 1,
it being No. 33.7 19. andt~ driew $'t.t'00,
wlmlich wias two-litths of' (he caplili
Ach~tus Ex Iuress C2omny 1 ~ pidiIi thifll
mnilitt. TIhiis imake's $i9.300 fromi my
Lotl('ry, itad I shall conltinue4 ini intve'en
- It'rom the~ P~ihimdciph/ia Timesc., l)1'c.
AND FFlD STABLE
'HORSES, MATES AND MULES.
One hundrl ed he(ad rot' sale,. either' for'
c'ash or ont timew until fatlt. by maintl~~ g nwl.
good papers. I also havie eighteen tor
t'wi'nty good young mares thait [ wanut to~
e'xchainge for (Shl fat pintg mntl's ior horse's.
All persons hiavi old imuilis or horses ion
hand and iIshingti to puirchIase yoiung oneas,
canii putt in the'irol stock in part pay.
also havtie someit e'xtrat fine' sathile and1(
hiarne'ss horses comblied, antd a tew lInec
hoieks. I invite ityer'ybodiy in want of'
stock to call anid see' mue as l'y coipelati
WVINNsnOno, S. C, J[an, I, 1i$gs,
lEfrmof D): A. H1V1)Tmsi & Co. Is
ths a issolve'd by lIitttion. Par
one, and thI ose in~debhtedl ilI please settle
hiiumedhaily. Mr'. D). A. Ilenidrix Is an
thiorlzed to gIve renc~~t ipi i hinidation.
D)AVID A. 1IEN l)HIX,
U l3Y8E G. D)ESP'GltTI'8.
SJanuary 1, iss;3.
That is what a great
many people are doing.
They don't know just what
is the matter, but they have
a combination of pains and
aches, and each month they
The only sure remedy
yet found is BROWN'S IRON
BITTERS, and this by rapid
and thorough assimilation
with the blood purifies and
enriches it, and rich, strong
blood flowing to every part
of the system repairs the
wasted tissues, drives out
disease and gives health and
This is why BROWN'S
IRoN BiTm s will cure
kidney and liver diseases,
neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala
ria, interm'ttent fevers,, &c.
'03 S. Paca St., Bahimor.
-Sa UV. 28, SMd .
I was a irat sufferer trorn
Dyspes ad for several
weeks couhd eat nothing and
Was growing wt.aker every
day. I tried Brown's Iron
'Bitters, and am happy to say
I now have a good appetite,
and am g.ting stronger.
TROWN'S IRON 13ITTERS
is not a drink and does not
contain whiskey. It is the
only preparation of Iron
that causes no injurious ef.
fects. Get the gtnuine.
Don't be imposed on with
Niew Year Carl!
VE have just reevived largc and beau
VtiuasrmntfChita an Ne
C A R.DS.
Aiso, a handshomet( lot of other goods suit
BOO(.KS ! BOOKS !
A 11. inds of Books sutitatble for Presents..
Tue lar gesit ui and mot (coin1plele stock of
we have ever oflered.
WVe woul resipeeffulily call the attention
of tlibe Pubi! to liih's. g'ods, and retiucst
an1 ispee't-ion before purchasing.
Mc(MASTER. I lICE~& T(ETCHIIN.
D)N'T IWY A WAOON UNTIL YOU sEE US.
It will pauy you.
U LYSSE C. DES~PORTE'FS.
If, E arc p'reparedl to fill all orderR for
lici a-alhire o'f 'he pubilic patrona~tge. All
orders wili be prompi tly mtet AddIres
Ti. W. Ii 'LE & I1RO.,
or J. 1(. JROY, EM.
Oet 28fx~tm Winnsbtoro, iS. G.
M ''A "NTED) a buyeir for my enitire stock
4 f sthph~'' a ,i Fanei"r 'Oracei1s, I-.
(ju. ra. W i .. Tlobav'.o, C ga rs, etc., sittuat
reniti',! fori ne'xt year'. r ihtend to laive the
('p1 tty and regnest. all patieos inidebhted~ to
meh' to '.ime up anduu sith-. thir aceounh~ts
promp t!y. an tiiztve themselove's trueai&. L
mea it IineiI'', ai: 01l1 sell to ai cash buy~
er*. V ery re..pect f uiy~,
D~ec 30-txlm . )mL
OPEN: IHcooi.:s Al T1 OUiI amV95, AT
CROSBY MiLITA RY INSTITUTE.
FI AsTER TTLLE,.8. C|,
/~ SmImD FOR (CrRcU.AusE.
NOT! ICE OF PAIITNEllSIIIP.
T(TC )lis herebty given thait ai pairtner
i.ip for thei p~ netic.e of law li nial the
Conrits of t.his Stat e has beent this dayv foinied
between t he u nde'rsigned, undler'thie firnt
nameiii of Mc('1ONAr &.)i I)OUiAssi. All
buines enrteitd to them'i~ will receive
O)lhee: No. 3, Law IRange.
J1. E. MeDON A LD1,
C. A. DOUO ~LASS.
WInns9boro, S. C., Junnaruy 2, 1883..
1)ISSOLUTION OlF PARTNEllsilrP.
TOT CE a heebygiven that tho' firm of
DO~ L ss& 1AOuAJ. .18 thIs dlay
diIssolved by mI uta.ennsent'.
1. B. R AGSDAL1E.
.Jannry 2, 188%;
SA DDLft, iu RI.E'8 AND) II A RN E88--"WVAY.
ULYS(E G. D1EO'TR
The Pubile to reqtedUM MrtW8y to notide ths wm
and erilarged Scheine to be drawn Monthiy.
I'OAPITAL irzIzE, 7,0ooo.,
Tickets only O bhares in Proportion.
Loisigana State Lottery Company.
SWIe do hereaf cerf that we Setpervee
tho arrangemenes for a I the Monthly and
siemi- Annuia Drawings of The1' LaJUWi na
AState Lottery (on/mfjy and in person man
age aund coitrol the Drauin thenelves,
and that the saine are couiducf toith hcn!
esty, fiairness, and in gov faith toonard al
partie, <and we usthorte -the yompafi to
Us this cort 0*cate, with fac-cinile ofar
aignaturer a hed, in itiadvertisemeat."
Incerporated in 1908 for s years by the Leistla
iature fur Edicational and 0haviIable purpises
-with a capital of St.00.000-to which a reserve
fund or s550),m) haia since been adtted.
By an overwholining popular vote its fran
chise was made a part. of te present taite Von
still i on adopled Deceibe 2d, A. D. 189.
TAe only Iopttery ever voted on and endorsed by the
people f a py State.
It never Scales or postpone..
Its drand Mingle Ntniber Drawings takd
A S11JNUID OPPORT014ITY TO WJit
A F4OliTilNE. SHCUND OltAND LDAWING,
Cl. \sss, AT NEW OiLEANS TUESDAY,
February 13, 1883-153(1 Monthly Urawing.
OAPITAL PRIZE. 875,000.
100,000 Tickets at Five Dollars Each.
Fractlos, In Fifinaigin Proportion.
lisT OF Ps'lMus.
I (JAPITAL PiIIZE................$TSoo
I do do .................... 25,000
1 rIo do ......... 10.000
2 P1IMZES of $1000..... .., 12.O00
5 (o 00(..., ............ 10,000
l6 do loc"............. 10,000
20 do 500.............. 10,000
100 do 200.................... 20,000
Boo (10 100................... 80 .00o
600 (10 50..................... 25,000
1000 do 23,06t
9 Approx lination P-izes of $150. 6,7~o
9 (10 do 5r,. 4,5oc
9 do do 260:,,,..... 2,95c
190 PrIZes9, amnourting to..........$2,6oE
Apolieation for rates to clubs should be made
o0v11 to tWu oflo of the Conpany in New
'll iturther Inforination write clearly, giving
full .iddrvss. 8Ltul or(i.rs by Exprcs, lteglstor.
ed Leuer or Money Ordr, addressed only to
M. A. DAUPlIN,*
New Orleans, Lr.*,
or M. A. DAUPHIN,
007 Soventh St., Washington, D. 0.
Jan 9-.w go
THIS TRULY 1'ONDIFUL
REMIEDY HAS NIEVER
FA ILED TO CURE
Its speedy action upon all Brenchial nud
Palmonic AffecotionR is beyond belief
to those who have never tried it
or soon it used.
It speedily allays Bronchial and I
uonic Fovers. It is a wonderful
EXPECTORANT AND H E A L E R.
It keeps the digestive and urinary or
gants in a natural anld heslthy eondition
PUTRIFIES TE BLOOD,
Instanrtly relieves nlight sw.*eats, gon onests
olflnnjite nna.( gene.ral dnehility. It hay
been known. only four years and
H AS N 'EE RFA I L)E TOP IIR~EC'I
considet.rd death's ail coucrier, coUnsump 1
tion, can. ha~ etired for $2.50, $5.00 or
$10.00 acebtding to bhe stuige which the
disease hars reached.. N6 patient has- yet
taRen $11) worth boforeacuro wasaffected.
The SP'ECIFIC is reconnmended only for
pulnonary aiffections, and thos'e desirmng
to uise it cani dio so b~y sendliing ?hei~r ordera
to the piroprietors of this jeaper er' dircect
to mno, stating that you saw this advert-ise
ment in, the Winnsboro Nuws AlmFIiERMaD'
Cures Rheumuatismn, either acute or chr.,n
ic. in from eight to ten days,
Pricei b~y Express, $i per Bottle
DR. J. W. WA LK ERr
,Tune 13 IFRA.NKLINTrON, N. C.
Atmnore's Mince MentV.
Citron, Raisins, Currrant's.
Almonds, Pecans, English WalnuMs.
Macaroni and Cheese.
L~ea & Perrli'frSauces.
C'rosse & iah kwll's lIiokles.
A Fresh Barrel of Futliton MarkcttfBenf.
Sugar-cured Uncanvadserf H~ams&
And a great many other goods" whfch
pulrchase'rs will have to- onll and see for
___R. K HUtEY.
TH E subscriber wouil~fim lile fheifi
and patrons that he hats removed into the
storeonellt (door northl of liis olkU stnd'.1. net
pled formerly:by Caldwvell & La~tiderdale,
wheare lhe wvill be gladi to wait uplon lhl
cuistomlers and the public gen1erally.
Thankfull for panst, favors, lhe hlopes to melrit
at !ontinuani~ce of the same.
Will give the best goods, Shelf G)roceries
and Canned Goods art greatly reduced
Comte one, come all; you will find it to
your adlvanitage to buy of
S. S. WOLFE..
W IIJILST all ilronhd I heat the anillar
Year," I am i romlted to contribute a
cessfully accomplish that dosited wish,
For the next few weeks I hurl the prices of in
value-throwing my great closing sale in the
the vortex of a cyclone of bargains,
Whilst being considerably reduced by the uni
selection, wilch will be hold at prices to com1p
rush my nsame throughoit the county as a forn
N, B,--This sae lasts for a few weeks, at
your qWn prices.
.TVE Will during the present week move ou
.present stand, Into the room now occu
keep a FIRST-GLASS stock of
DOOTS AND SHORS,
And will continue to sell then at the low(
G ,D.A.T 'B.
In order to reduce stock.
COME AND HEA
IN addition to the abote, we will add,. afl
OY aff krnds-Sfa)le and Fancy. We can
getting anything you want, and may also he
We rVt'Tf thanks to our friends and thei
and solicit- a eontl.nuince. If yon wish a hap
find no nmre certain way of having it than by
CA D LDT
ARE VERY IV
1 Il'AVE never liad any liking for great
depended rathter upo)nisclling goodIs at suach pa
I still [Itend to aidopt the same plan, and'
ever y asserion I make, It is impossible to gi
inl store&. Ihut I quote:
PI EDMO'N'T IrOMESPUN,- the best ini
C'ArTCOES at 5, 6i and 7 ents-thxe hui
SIIOES, in great variety andi at price's t
CLOTIIING of all syles and at all price
My stock f
STAPLE .AND FAK
Wfea Liquors, etc.,- wvill be sold at correspor
pleased to sho~w miy goods.
hive mec a call at JEATY & BRO.'S 01I
ti/" Remiemnber the place--Old Stand of
c'li'omioa, as cheap as the cheapest. A ne
good as any in the moarket, and I can't. hc
repaiired, and any part or attachment fur'
I land attachmetnts for all Sewvintg Mach:
will be0 a groat relief' to the many11 laieU
treale-, and-to those whose 'slat'e ot'heal
mu tscles. G;entlemen, cana aid in the sewi
hanuds to rest their fe'et. Learnters cant i
the tmotiotn. Retmembiei..von catn use bult
as desired, wvithout chaaghng the attachm~
ono - LOW iN PRICE, at
HEWINNSB ORO. 'iRS T-GI
A TM. LE
OVERCOATS IN ALL STYLES. 14E]
O ENTrS' FURINIS1I iNG- GO(
GENTO' FINE 811OES, SOFT antd 8TIF1
gW When you are In the city von are I
ofCLOTJ.ING.. All order's a(Irssed t<
""'NI. L. Kn
rr JOB WVORK OF AL (ID8
NEWS N Im mm rLn Onemm .
did merry greeting 6f "A iaMp$ NeW.
little more than an enpty Bon1wl du1
y enitire stoc do6wn to tj titolety f Jid
lii distance, ali engulf every visitoi i!
ofecedented rush, yet contains Af Very iied
letly Ignore all my former efforts, and
id is the last opportunity to buy go6ds a$
r stock of goods onO door goutl of our'
pied by Mr. Wolfe. We will continue W
lAATS, ETCs,- n
at pogsible prices. We' are now offering
R OUR PRICES.
,r removal, ' full and domplete stock of!
not enumerate, but you may be sure of*
tire of getting it at the LOW 1ST Plt lCI
ublie'for the patrona re we have recived,.
py and prosperoie *ew Year, you ene -
spending your money with us. COME'
1LL & L.1UDERDTLt.F
JtCH LO0W ER.
"blowing" in rNlvtlsemnits, but have
ices as to satisfy miy old1 customiers anisi
I feel sure that I can come fully up t'
ve tihe prices of the numlerous goods1 lhave
the market, at 7 cents por yard.
,ligure for the best.
,suit any body.
dingly low prices, andl I shall always be.
Ilenty & 1hro.
Unitil you have seenmy stoc~
Which is thle lawrest, hiand
somiest, and chenplost nocordin4
to gnaility, andi for dlesignis iiid
w'orkmnahipi1 n n e q u a I eod.
Everythinig warranted. to be asi
rereened You will get just
S what' yon' hay.. F~urniure W
neatly r'epair'ed at mioderate ,
Sprices. Mattresses of my own
m~iiaufacturec. Spring H isci and
~,~fwire miattresses that. cani't be
bea inQalt or Prclie. A
wallkpo Bt, brackets,irirors '
W Ply1 of Sewing Machines noi
UND i)FlSOLD. Sewinag iMacinies ;
miahod. Needloeand- oil for sale,.
imes. Thits-much-nieededj imprlovementiL
vh 11)wearyP oft the constant iuse of' the
Iih forid9ht an undtiue use of 0110 cet o
(' the han d to lhl t he- feet- gegUlireP
hi hands anid feet togeter, or itihiera
wnt. Come onie, comoc all, and1( got
,ASS- .FURtNITU1TRE STO1W.
8' VOYTTHS' aind' BOYS' SUITS -
)Db AM) NECKWEAIt.
IIATjS of aill SIIA DEiSand Cotons.
nvited-toicail tl anoxamnine miy stock:
my care will receivo prompjt atten
. \*~ ) COLUMBTA, S. C
GROfAND CENTRAL~ HOTEL.
NEATLY 1EUTEDP A T TUWllk