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TilE AEIWS AND IMRALD.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
THURSDAY. February 8, t : t 18",
dZNO. .I REYNOLD8.
Tm:i bill requiring voters to remove
their hats wh1en1 approat.hing the polls
to vote, has been reported advorsely in
the Connicticut House.
WATvE for dolestio uses Is so sarlCO
in Atigusta, Me., that miny families
are having ice in hurge blocks hauled
froin the river to their doors and molt
ing the ice for drinking, washitig' atid
A MICUxGAN legislator has rellorted
an clastic usury bill, which fixes farm.
ers' interest at toveh por cent., judg
1inenits Oil Opel accotits at cight per
cellt., and commercial paper at teir p0r
cent. It Is distinetively a granger bill,
lIOxible in its operations, and is do
sigived to be popular in rural regions.
TwENTY-1IGHiT COiltestants and con.
testeos of Congressional seats are tc
be paid $63,625 for "expenses," and
two others-Sessinghnus and Frost o1
Missouri-will share $27,456, this last
sum haring been for son reason put
into a separate bill. Fifteon c9ntests
havoe cost the United States ear six
thousand dollars each.
Tim Protectionists are represented
as riding rough-shod over revelu(
reforiers in the House. The latter
are not wvell organized in the House
anid at large number of Democrats arc
frequIlet ly uabseit whell votes are taken.
There appears to be a strong lobby onl
the floor of the Honso composed of
members interet ed personally in val
Ons maunufatuotring illterests.
Mna. G uA ANi,'s bill to encou'ago the
holding of a Cotton Exposition ill
1884, provides that the expositioi be
held, the time- and place to be desig
nated by the. Executive Commiltee of
the National Cotton G rowers' Associa
tion, under (lie management of a board
of thireen persons to be appointed by
the-Presideit. on the recolimieidatioii
tion of tho association and subscribers
to thie expellses of the exposition, who
are to co-operate with the- Board of
Commissioners, consisting of one from
(ach State and, Torritory, to be ap
Pointed by tCe President on the recon
Illendatioln of the Governor of the
State or Territory. The title of (he
exposi(ion is "The World's Indubtrial
and Conitinental Exposition."
TIi United Slates Suapremo Court
is certainly a tribunal c'rowded1 with
work. The .Amerieun J'ogister says
that "anl average of firo vears elapses
between (ie time whien a suit 's- coim
tcourts aind the ihnc oi its Y bf %9"oy
1.ion, provided it is taken to the tribunlal
stancees, a denial of justice, an~d in aill,
a serious abIulse. This wron~g it- is no0t
ill the power of' the1 judiciary to re
m1ove. The remledy is in the hands of
Congress alone. ButL, unfortunatelv,
it (does not sem to hlave occuirreide to
Congress tha~t the improvinig of the
judiciary system will have any effect
whatever upon01 the result of t.he next
presidential electionI, or upon1 tho part y
status ill general. If reform ini' the
civil service were a thing which our
legislators hlave really3 at heart., here is
a place where- they can~ put iln their
wvork with the assuirance thiat tihe ruiles
whlich they establish will be observed,.
anud that the result w~il1 be a benefit
substantial and long. desh'ed. Tbcll
jud~ges of the Supremo Gourt hlave
wrought faithfully to dispose of tihe
cumulut~ts of bjusihess With which their.
calendaru is encumbered ; but thle sitaua,
tionl, I hey find1, is hopeless. Each termi
closes with oftenler more thatm less of
the old alrrearage."
0Wll GEOllIA COUS13,.
-There wereo eighteen deaths ill
Augusta last week%
---There are forty-fonr nationts no0w
in the Augusta City Ios pital..
--There wore sixty-two inltermyents
in th10 city cemuetery of Augusta last
--A noew telegraph line bettveen
Savann~ah and1( Batnbridge iiill be in
operaition~ by the 12th 13nst.
--A. nepheliw Of Col. Marshall J:
Clarkey of' Atlanta,.tepdtocm
.mug sII nhiSr~ay byshoot
-Savmmnah was excited about a
threatented llhir of' honior last week.
'1'he second~ .was airrested and1( (hr Jaw.
ilvoked to stop the -duel.
.-Sister Mary*3 P'ius died( of conlsump-)
tionti 8t. Mary's ConvIt, in A::,s.
b'oeshe -took tho veil, was Miss
Ellen Looney, of Augusta.
-Anctric light will be templhora
riyercted~ onl wIo cupola of teEx
chanlhge buiblinII" alt Savannahfl, to linlht
Ray street anl theoriver, unit-il tho
arrival of the iron towers.
-The city assessors. oi- Columnbue
hlave compilleted their.-work, and1( tho
returns of taxable real estate show five
I ilo (ldollars, an~ intcrease in the
valuaton over last year of six hundred
and f lifty thousand dollars.
-ke St arne, tile younzg bokkeeper
whos~e defalcationl caused the fiailure'of
J - J. lxaufmian & Co., of Columbus,
and who has since been connueting a
brokerage business in that cit~v, has
dlecamp led, after swindling various
N'ortheni lirms for whom lie acted as
-The no0w programmne of the sesqui
Centeninial cebration at Savzlanna is
its follows: *First; day--Arrival of
fleet; landing of Oglothorpe; recep.
tioni by TomochilcaI ; grand mIIlilitary
display; address of Govenor~tephjens
impo(sng pyrotechinic exhijbition. Se'
o,.d daLy-Parado of civic and trado
t'tr dad prof)lesslin, also many11 ohher
WAY1MIING N rfWPrAPBAS.
The tontodt of a capital Daily With Ph
Abe ielo Woehly--A Flerco Onslaught of
TWssaP,.rase~s and Sentendsg.
[From tho Greentill Neos.]
BWgrimed with the dust of battle,
exhausted with its heat and panting
from its fd'y, the New stopped asido
awhile, leailtig on a copy of the Unit
ed States coisis of 1860 still drippilng
with the blood of an alleged giant iII
Cinrlestoi, who had just beel knocked
out lin three rounds and twent.y-four
squares. With listless CytU searclilng
the field of tai'nago, we were attrted
by a cloud of mud partly concealing
the figures of two inf'uriated coteipo
raries pron etogether on the trembling
earth with hantis interlocked lin each
Calling the faithlful Egyptian ncecro
inancer, who by the potont speil of
several dollairs a week is hold in the
Ser-vice of this establisliniont, and VIo
ptirchases cordwood and misplaces ex
.chuliges wheni not actively engaged in
ieCromanciniiei0ig, we bade him chastiso
the uninmnnerly hireling who dared to
obstride their base quarrels oft the
field devoted to the doughty deeds of
valiant and stalinless Kniillis. Our
shame at11d grief may be imnagined when
we discovered, as the two were pluck
ed apart wihh rude. h1ani1ds, the coun
tenances of the good journalistic
Knights whose respective cres(s (a
statistical table couchant on an azuiro
flde,and a paten-t outside rampaut)
had so often towered in thie thickest of
brave affray--the Register, of Colum
bia, and tihe Press and Banner, of Ab
beville. With once silvery armor bat
tered and stained with uncongenial
dirt, with plumes torn away and re
duced to unsightly quills. the tWo
erring nnd erratic crrant-knighits were
brought to answer for their unkuightly
We can imagine how it happened.
'lie Abbeville Press and Banner was
busily forming a ligdthing like shf I of
essay on the evoluition of' the ready
print or- treatise on the existence of i li'e
m1licroceplhatlolus editor inl thecre ac-ois
period, when ie was smithlenily stun mi
to forgetfitliess by a blow fi'omii th e
Register-, stricken below tlie bell, amd
galthcriig venom from the torpidity (
ar eccentric liver, in his blind i-Iee
tle good Kiniglt hurled the followitlr
"The readers of the Regis/er we are
convinced must believe Mhat the indM
of its most, estiiabIe editor hats been
unlderinimed an(1 that hIe is flow in a
hopeless state of' lunacv. We have
thought fliht we noticed he periodic
sigis of* this fearful disease for mi-ore
than a year,-but on 0!he principle (h1.
we si'ould tiot refer t> a Ianl's physi
cal ori mment al infirmities we havoe here
tofcore refraine( frim( aill Invitiol of1
a circimstanlice which Initu'.t. be p1at1entI
to every reader of' the Regjx/er. as wel I
as Imlost palinful to the per.on al friend
of' Ilit ,geit lemianl. Being. an iicessalt
worke, iaid exceedinmgly latr i f-. he
has grivenl whatfeer (111nf he coub1l
-pa(re from tihe Coltilbia Cm:al (o
efforts to coiviniee the public thatt lie
was a borni gent leman, inld Uintt otiels
w~ere not,. and thant, his hiigh breedii:
exonera~itetd him froim the n'ce'simr e o
obs'eirvig the ordiniairy rules of deceui
cy whI ich goveirn gent leimen in theair
intercourse with the-ir fellow imeni. All
this secimed too much for a w~eak mind,
and1( we teiar thant his reason has giveni
- away an41 I hat sot'teninig of tjPg,l~rg~his
ti (W10ltar: llot'r ou r coiidoehince t o
the R~e/is/cr at thle s-ad ifortutne
whIichd, i t seemis, ha s bfibIlin tha ch---(
hlitifi wh'o conitroils its editorial col
An atlack on thle head of thle Reqi
iCr' is anmil ank on1a tendter' point. 'An
acstin.l,'ilon of insanit~y is brutal. it is
wiorse. 1t. is, a1s 0our esteemed c'oftemlpo
mniy points ouit, ac'tionmable. It is no:
su1rpr'isinhg, t herefoire, th at the ColI u
bila 10night rushled onward aid downu
wrard to) mmeot his assailant on his own
gr'ounid, and1( responidedl thus:
"'To this We have to say that, if our!
iaviler believes wvhat, lhe hiere spamwns
upon the pitblic, hie attests his own
eowardice b~y his own ut teirance; if lie
does iiot., lie stampls haiselfC as hanviwri
lierp1otratedI a willf'ul and aictionialia
''This joiiirnalist in Daniiiei ni ndetook
to( deniounaee ts, in lis. last wee('k's
Isue, as a'111 co uuist , because we ad
v'ocatedl a pro'(gressiv'e school sy-stem,.
*ima t he locaul tax neCcessary' to r'eatch
thie wants of' all (lie chihllIi-e of our1
hoinunlliiityV ; antd ini thI' ('Oconnect.ion lhe
tsa w fit 14) insult us ad 011r nieighbor's
writhi the suggestiom ln t. we hind bet
teir be funmishmed with "frece beef" than
free schools. Thiis priov'oked from nS
(lie retort. under- which lie now sinar'ts.
"'We, onl onle part., canni ot chiag~e
this stahwar't. stuid with beimnt a 'culi
t ured i natie,' for' lie is only an uni
adutlter'ated ass; nor, for thle best of
reasIons, cani we aittr'ibuite softenuing of
lhe br-aini to him.
"'What this sapient- says about. our
elfdeavoring. to convince' the public of
our 'being born a gentleman and oth
ers-not,' the 01)en columns of' the lley-"
satcr show to be worthless mnalev'o
hence. We must be candid enough,
however, to say that ouri eager- reviler
hbs-nott had the3 indiscretion to at tempt
to convincee the pitblic of' his being a
gentlemani, either by lnheritaiten 01' by
that individual worth t hat beamrs the
genuie stampil. 11 leIs too well known
as ani ofihlious uptar't, who would aim
der1tke to advise Christ if lie wcmre on
Tihiis is simply aw ful. TIo accen a
man of' luacye Is bad. tu to chmar'ge
him with usrpinig the funictions~ of' a
fenmalec fish , and14 withI bein an mi
"'otlliin uphstarmt" i a i llogical una horIt
ri ble. T1hie change that (411! est eneed
Al bevi lie cotemorary 'vi ii n "unshd
teratedC~ ass" is not41 no had, inisoamuch ai
it is au virtuamml alcquiittaul o- himit on the
char-ge of beinig an aduiilterat ed ass- or,
mi time lhoguage of thie connoonlt hmer'd- -a
1mu1le. Nevemrtheless it is all d1real,~ 'i
horii1be, awvf'u aid too ltterly uitter'
We cannot foresee thle conisequionees
of all this. It Is not miI ulkel v thaf.t the
R~egister wvill ho summiar'ily strickem
from the exchngo list oft' eP''rsa nd
Buanmer. in lie face of' a eanunity
like thait shulddering iiumginatioi n m.u
wvell turn away in hor'ror'.
Our duty is plain. It is to rubih salt
into tihe wvoumnds of these umnknightly
warturior's anid hold ip (heir offenmce to
the gazo of the conidemnued, (ide Van
derbilt,) commdenmningf. publie. Wo wiUl
iproceed to the execution of' this pinm
fulh task with what speed1 we may, unid
to what eXtent leaded - Long .Primeri
--The First .Haptist Church in Macon
was very badi~y damaged by fire onu
Satur day mormmig.
---Why l'4 wtbd? Whiy no4t 1,. healthy,
DROWN'S IRON BITI'ERS
is one of the very few tonic
Medicines that are not com
posed mostly of alcohol or
whiskey, thus becoming a
fruitful source of intemper
ance by promoting a desire
BROWN'S IRON BrrI=RS
Is guaranteed to be a non
intoxicating stimulant, and
it will, in nearly every case,
take the place of all liquor,
and at the same time abso
lutely kill the desire for
whiskey and other intoxi
Rev. G.W. RicE, editor of
the American Christian Ri
view, says of Brown's Iron
Cin., 0., Nov. s6, %18.
Gents:-The foolish wast
Ing of vital force in business,
pleasure, and vicious indul
gence of our people, makes
your preparntion a necessity;
And if applied, will save hun.
dreds who resort to saloons
for temporary recuperation.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
has been thoroughly tested
for dyspepsia, indigestion,
biliousness, wcakness, debil
ity, overwork, rheumatism,
liver conplaints, kidney
troubles, &c., and it never
fails to render speedy.and
ACHIG EiVES CA USE
PERRY DAVIS'S PAIN KiLLER
And tho wlhole noxious family of
nervo diseasea aro cured by
ALL RESPECTABLE DRUGGISTS
KEEP "FAIN KILLER."
STAT1E Ol' SOUTil ICAlROLINA,
CO)URT Ole' COMMON PiLEAH.
Alaryi W.. (Caiter, his wvife, andcl liarrit
Y(I 31 ire helrebyv snltltimonledl and rec1inired'I
.24lo:iswerl tn he 'ntup'in in uthis :-tliei.
v11hich'i tIih-d i"n t th ffice f e ii itrk of
1)e ' 1ttm h I)leni.fr he id Contv aalt
1ompin t I)o ;n he sbcie: t i t
NOs. iO nnI ~lie9 tilst Wash~jingto 15 treet~i
Wo insboro, outh Caolna ithino IwenlIl
hly er, th1erie eeoexlsi.o
Datued 18t D27,h1r,182.
lh-~'2$-f OW Plaint iI1's AttoIrney.
-O TifE- -EF-NDANT.:. -
was lii 'in e'I the 1 t hegit, 1 l e of the
the.~ Cout- ' isrt ebl. disle yin tao
Dec ll28- Tvl1Pew n tIPhil Y's A, 111 torne~fy
l1)31t. nd~t all n Pl th is i ns~tittitbutI ill
llnnlIndjee PlYn I th o h y .fFhn -
MRS. MA NS11 M A S,
ONtE DOLLA .I~t A rA
..perls co~io taly jlwla4ioiii. It volU
talis Ill theo 1l*A'.it ews of (it' Daily
and Is arriaiiged in hanidy dep.1h1
emllnces specl~i ItIj..~i' fjiobi nil quar
te.rs of tile globke. Undi(er thei hiead of
alto givenl the ToPe-i.-aplei I)spatw'hvq oif
the week froiii allp~r of' Ow~ h is i
featunre aloii a iike
(lie iost v'altlalo chironicle in 11w world,
as P~ is tlhe ecip,'st. 1Every wveek h; giVenl
it faitlif iii repo~rt 01'
P'ilbraelig vollileto n ijiil liIiellie "
d i(l t(he54- from NViashi gbo~li, ho tI joig hll
rIliorls Of tlhe S1101I4:hS t'01 eIl~it. JiOliti
Claus 4)1 thiu quest iois (if III.- holir.
of til e I'i Ii I~i .m 1.) mives ft(e latest
as5 wel as f iiil~ J111oA 14.w~ :k1 soux ,ow
and(14 dise4veries whitinlty to "h Ow ivs i4 4, 1l.1c
formier, 11111(Is Col ir in ki hg cii tile, joilr1iy,
Carilt.lees This4' I ie~ . t., ;It p lii
mni-Tet b a evl 'ited dejntnilcil., wvole
copiedl, i(er thei hzai of
gllnrrvirecipes for Iiiavtiivl dishies, hinits for
tit, (akc I Ii,. loov4 ;-1 1111. .o vo. si r I ii
d~4It'ii(ti 'i ic, ( 44 1 ,li 01111i11N. i , -
(11:1ts 1 (11, e 1 I tla1
atlcd ftheI, aiel of'V (lii~ P4'11r. Teil
T1Th2ic 1;1-; Y 4vilig Uis L
Theiiu 1'I'diuig. Ll et
&f10 14timvsi 'th.iis
flo ~. ill, Nav o.cll c~d e Im
T11E IT BW1Y r i X t V4E'iAt' i
IN A~ .\ IN ii
ON ai L.WI-J~.'.~il; A itNi -'' A
uN T AYOE HEALD$
Th/u I'edblie is rcepw,?cd reare'feett to lautice the0 ulci
(tit ' Ia .a.tiil HchIcute to) be dr'awt Ati..eatl.
Cy"(IAPlITAL P'U ZE, 0715,OOO..ge
Ticlwtt.o 614Y 05 Nilaus Ilka 1Fropoa'ttol.
I1U11allt State Locitery (Jomtpanly.
the fill th e an e'tfl 11(
c %/4)flsrurm, i,d in qood ]fidIA vmlfl
fll-qwit fCore iies of ur
I i 0i'poila~1184"SRS fori '25 vi-anrs bsy thle I.E '112
11V nil Ovi.%NiIlwlataag poplar~ai voto It" frau.
Chitf; mt m24S a)5.. pI~art. 411 til. l)1'eeilt Stnte Coll
hI ii (ii ltI'pA'e lttut lt' 11da, A. 1). lsi.
Thej( -ly loD/ r I.IeverJ (vute VI4tw in d 'aaaclrase. by' the
Peoplde fVit off/ *shia.
IT SO~, %(drs.% or* poasipue.q.
'A SPLEJtNDID) OPPOUTSJNI1'Y TO' WEN
Cl L%4 11. ATI'NIF'eV OlfllANKi. I 'D~~,
100,0(11) 'icvts aatFv ~alb EawhI.
Factilnv, III i 'is, ilk 1'rupok-061a.
M. rT Oil' PkttZS.
1 CAPITAL 1 II 1 . .. ~..T~o
I (P') (10 . . .. m01
I fill Of.V 10.oo ,
2 PRI1.!i of 2$4a1oo ........... 12ooo
6i 41%) 2.Rio ...... . .. .... 00o
1.) (t0 5lloo.....................1
I uo (do '21 at) ... ... .. ... ..
111e (10 lana . . . . .. .. . te4too
isran W)i 0 25,ooo
1Ia~o (1o *24,0110o
A I'iaO 0 4 IMTION PIial/.a.
9AppriOXuitaioll Ie:,Iz(.S(I tol ...
d io (to i5a o ....:4.%00,
(10 (o d o2 ...
1 1; silrll4. loat f'' 1 f t o V. ....... :'ra i . 5dido
v , i 1Ct 41 4.711 (if Iii. compia pny III Nem
For2 'a 1itei %l'orat oo. %%*II. e'.1:I-,Y. OrvIaieo,
I, d ut tua or .Monka3 0:41 .%:4101"4 %d ',i t,
Nvw ()vivtue,, I'll.,
.0 ) s..%jatii it, 'nI;*1.g tOn, 1). 0j.
II~ 11, F .T I C
hiAII I ls NI '
to t Ii ... h Lai~ v l a ' it ...... r tvi(tl it
O 4) 1 $I l1 it. i124"1.
DRI OOODS AND NO'ON
T111E MUSiC OF O(It
3p00 yards of Carolina plaids at 7A
2090 yards Piediout :1 shirting at
10)0 yardR Piedimont. shitinIi" at
1000 yards lPiedi ioiit 4-4 sbil-I ii
1000 vards Piedinont lrfiliiigs at
3000 yards good calico at 4 cents
My entire stock of standard calibc
included, at 6;1 cents.
850 yni-dp; plid Jivos Goods redii
my 20 cents Drsess Unde reduced to 1
18 dozol uiliundried shirts at 49
cots bod tickikig reduced to 7 ednts.
18 cents. 2200 bleached shliig at 7,
Shirting at 10 con1s. 300 yards vhitq
1000 dozoll Calico Dress utitons at. 4
g:aters, size 6, 7, 8 aind 9, at $1.00, v(
I have a I' busineoss Suits anId'so
overco(S it prices to suit the uvoe;,
1 an determnined to indk6 d a
Over, is tlo imo to got decided bargai
P. 8.--'eso prices Are oily- 1or s
2 vVill during the preselit wek Iovt
eseit Atuid, ilto the 100111 now 0
keep a F11tST-CLASS stock of
C LO S
100TS AND SHOES,
And will continue to sell them at the 1.
Ii order to reduce stock.
COME AND HE
IN addition to the above, we. will add,
Of rm kinds-Sthiple and Weaa. Xte
gettiig anytling you want, aml may also 1
We ret irn thanlik to our friemds and 11
mid solicit. a contilniuanw. If yNi wish a 1
ltid no m1re certailn way of lmvinig it thaln
IT STA1TDS A
1S ,S~iT1L LSHINIJYUc W~I2
WINES, B3RANDIES,* E
OF TI'HTE C1101
F~RLSHf 0OYSTINRS .iLAV
M'EALS IIAD I
EZ7 tm.D :iRiai Joe. .ait1%a
.4UST ]3]E SOLD,' AsLVD 1
At prices unheard of in Winr
CLOAKS AND) DOLlMAN
Comec and seec how LOW ]
wviil be sure to invest somec of
The~ Largest TmplOrtdr8 of Foreignt; Fri
selcted~ stock of
APIPLMt. ORtANW, IIANANAC;
and occrythling elso that afirst-class
COV~sYIZRY ORDER F~s i.
TI1LL TAO V1. L1ISTEV( TO
cents, by tho ied rd
tt 7 conts.
s iII solde and fancles; Simpson's pritits
1 from 25 cents to 18 bonts. All of
I conts. -
cents, rcduced frotn" 76 cotits.. My 10,
Amoskeag A. U. A. tickji ~ieduced to
8 and t 1outs. 4. bleallot
p141u6 at 6.1 cents, rlu'( frOIn 10 cents..
Lmts; 200 pair Urogiiis,' j it s, Olastic
i) ;It least lifty por cent Iloe.
lit odds and nds in pants id a foW
wcop in e ci'y departinent. NoW i,
oir stock of goods One door south11 of oui
culpied by Mr. Wolfe. Wo will continue to
'est possble pricei." Wc aro now offering
UR' OUR PRICES.
after removal, a f'l niid complete stock of
E JETsI JB S
nmot enmerato,.but you may be sur-e oif
te sure of gettin;. ititi the LOWES I ICE.
le public for the patronage we have r eeive.d
app ad roserusN*(w eM:, enri'
by Speulling your 11101ey with us. COME
T1 & L AUDREDAL1.
.T THE READ.
That11 it is thet acknowletdged I~mLtadr in
the Tlraide is a fact, that cannot be dis5-.
.MANY Iflhi-en. Omv MoMz 3JQU I'rt
Theil lilghtest luningii,
TheIi motst 119auiful WolVOwok.
ANY) IT' is WA'RtRANTED)
'ot be comzuplele iln eve'ry r(epct.
J'.M. BEATY & CO.,
-.Wininsboro, S. C.
S wihted ini un~ocupited terriito
110I SEWINGI MACHlINE CO.,
'H ./IN E ASS6OR T JfiDCT
IQUORS AND CG ~
D FrsI E tiniRY DA Y,
LT A LL HIOUR S.
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