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THE IN EWS AND 1ERAL.
WINNSB3O1O, S. U.
TVESDAY, February 13, : i t 188.
ONO. a. REYNOLDS.
caEtS. A. DOUcLASJ
Tim Rev. DeWitt Talnage,of'lroook
lyn Tabernaclo, has been preaching of
iate oi the doctrine of Evolution, as
promulgated by Darwin, Huxley, Tyn
-dall and Heockel. Ule adopted the signifl
'ranit hepadinig: "Sonls of 4.lrit or
.Bons of God."
MIt. RANDA.L 'it the -Chroniele and
Constitutionalist says: Mr. Arthur
as tto most popular and gentlemanly
P~es~ient this country has known
since the days of Franklin Pieace. Ho
Ias all of that gentleman'e well-re
membered suavity, with a thousand
times more discretion."
Tme anti-mnonopolists of the West
ire taking steps towards the formation
of a new party. A conference will be
held in Chicago on the Fourth of July
iext, on the basis of four represonta,
lives from eaich Congressional district,
flur from each territory and four from
the District of Columbia. Antagonism
to monopolies will doubtless be the
grincipal plank in its platform.
SF.NAToIt LAIAR delivered a niag
nificent speech In the Sonato a few
days ago on (lie tarif. The following
is bis cloquent peroration I1, sir," lie
added impressively, "have seen some
thing ofthis in iy own experience. I
saw a great institution, which was
tnore firmly itrenched Iln statutes alid
organic law thflan the nannufacturers
are in this tariff, law becomo an ob
ject of popular uprising. I was among
those, sir, who shared in the attempt
to resist it, aid I saw that institution
go down with all its vast capital, with
ill the political privil eges which it
conferred, withi all the constitutional
rights by which it was guaranteed-go
down beneath the irreversible flat of
tle American people. Sir, I warn the
maniniteturers of this country. The
handwriting is upon the wall of this
protective system, and I trust the%
will have the intelligence to decipher
JUYDoRE WALLACEs's eloquent charge
to the grand jury recently at Abbe
ville C. II., on the subject of lynching
is one of the encouraging signs of the
times, and should be the occasion of
conigratulationi inl every section of tihe
State. lie said: I'Lynching is anl act
of violone outside the limits of law.
Welive un1der, a governiment of law,
and or cntures tere as)con one
human will from governmiental func
tionis. Ini free governments we ad
miiister, or should adiistcr, the law
11ion or p)rejudnice. .in regard to this
proper If yu andotluihea parcs
preset thm in our ruten to
at bbvile wll ot tenresuch conu
I an thouhtfulavince Abeillea
shoud sctoittat te oter Sae,
ferrete out ad spee ilrogty amo
toi iun Cissi eiv cotton thivi adscon
duct ner thel on stane
htavindpon the oiliaing ofllioe State
anOIdt cotaton ilnesto througiot, the
dinit of he ov ernmb e. ler
Vigtor ours aioave Legiaue tof
cotinut thirqo to cv oward te s
fromli tha~el bunom e-p uerations ofrth..
prtirfvelavi,a tiln ind thito
reducetha the ut on's1it. mywal
8rea ll isoriah, that dAretony
bhave pailod and the Itilgllis o if
iSouefth e nmycilsd. bythe simic-a
edi. ofckeur oftion aoLisaur hao
donetribute ei buot towardostheosup
pompredat ufacresat (lhe North.
Wil citto tieas tie. thuis-?' Musor the
lwi r ivouxuy,.lae and'omflot~.? Onhe
gora Eishna borand,io Anh
,' li~~Fonde oncaoer sai: "YCTem eurano
by mth loo of the . hequlitnfies of lige
i one otei tied-o thman. sce
Mrui. toMckeya of tSotarlina, asd
don hmefo credut. byx th illitonhe
ha taken inot mn er Il-avoed
ther redmcied of. theuy, Wlani orh
n'otm., butlievleie that ain hedus
onstatton liemes he prherty wofIthe
contry woud pebe p~rootod. O the
dtction ofl~ctiy ofTh anni uin
of overyh ctA)tonah t'Is thae ais neededa
inths cteermy woldi nag uiomploy
mntare tooth thas tw olen hnredhwha
liy mienfo anboliusixnts on the ''
howl." AnWte o t' s adrnhavl the
t'olitiche l, but'!' wehey th au on hi
tingance he doet he~ hemaveld
ofal od epo houhu. h
State,!I doepetv of pty.ele Fec
T heal ofiihiy Fale eetho
lo tet a msis a in te a li in a le t wy.
But a lre toot M'l te slenm ruthla wh
Itsnd tsmssgs fmh hruh l
ih evsanuce "tefc."
-fnin has advancod Considorably
1a th B altinoro market.
-Tho Rev. 1em' W1V d WIN ec4 rr
will lecture on the Paclile coast next
-Warran'ts have been granted at
Dublin 'for the arrest of Messrs. Davitt,
Iealy and Qiiuin.
-A valbseription has been started iII
WickiOw, bioiaid, to clear the mort
gage off M. Parnell's estate.
-The Naval Academy cadets 'claim
that their mutinol8 coniduct lHts silmply
consisted In cheering, and that In dobag
so they followed a outstom novor before
-It Is estimated that a quarter of a
million gallona of whliskev go out of
bond In the foutrth Louisville, Ky.,
disti'ict U1111er taxes. A large amoint,
of taxes has been paid, and the collec
tor will regauge the stocks of others,
preparatory to the collection of taxes.
-Tile committee on finance of the
New York Seniate Tuesday agreed to
report a resolution instructing the
attorney-genoral to proceed by proper
legal process to collect tho tax of
$121,000 and penalty of ten per cont.
thereon of the Western Union Tele
-John I. iaggess, a well known
citrzen of Clarksburg, West Virginia,
attended the musical festival at Cini
cinnati last week, and foll into the
hands of well knownim bunco meni.
They had worked the mutter iearly up
to the polint of fleecing Air. Batiggess
prnety badly, wheni tihe police fortit
natoly stepped in and arrested two of
-In the Uouse, Tuesday, Represen
tative Blis, of New York, presented
a petition off Ox-Union soldiers and
sailors, praying for the passage of a
bill to pension soldiers and sailors ot
tile late war who were confined inl so
called Con federate prisons. The )eti
tion was reftrred to the committee on
-James Livingston, ofBerlin, Mass.,
killed ils wife with a hatchet on Moi
(aly, an1d then n otilled tle neighbors.
110 said that, both lad been drinuk ing',
and tile killing was tile result of ai
quarrel over something wiciih hap
polned several Weeks ag. Jealonsr is
said to be the cause of tle trobiie.
Livingston, who is uider arrest, is
Slxty years old, lld his wio was fort1.y
SOUTH CARlOLINA .NE WS.
'-Willouglhby Reado and Prescot t
E1lridge are rivaling eail ofIier' ill their
huimmorous recitatiolS at (Greelnvilie.
-Chester is nlow what it has not
beeii since Janiary, 185-a (iry towin.
Tihe Inst license "for th etling of
whiskev ,by the sali" expired on
Tuesday nighlt , the 6thi insiit2.
-Dr. Ca'irlisle, tIhe pro.eideniCt of' WItof.
110rd College, has li-cepted ill in vitl ion
to devliver thle annuital address before
the South Carolina m edieal 'ollee in
Charles I on o0 8ho 'st of lar.ol.
-Darlingtoni couity boasts of tlie
registratioil of tIwo ha adii :11111 (well
ty:-five agricllimuural lieins y1) to date.
She also bear11s thle d ist hagnished Ih~ oo
of i1I haig r'egi steredi the first colored
physician inl ihe Stalte.
--Phic~~eians frotn1 differenit porltions1
of Abbevi lie (cotuity retport morel' siek
iness at tis season1 of' thei yearl thn
usual. Ini t he neis~ihborh'dm~4 I of )on
aldsi5~lie andmrl of11 her 8ee lon ', men~i
inlg it is Is preilOtinZg withi dliStressing
-Tbcli Ciarend (oll /En/cr'pri aws
"A yotinig mtan by the 1211 nam ol'Cook,
im this counuty, wh'lo was bittenl ab~out
two weeks ago by' a mlad do00, died
last Sat urday~ of' hydrophoi~i, a ('ter
twvo neCgroes iinmg iln I~2Lancaster Ci cou
tv, hatd ai dispu~lte last weeIk about11
coittoni pleking. JoneCs wvent. to Wi'te's
hou)llse with a shiotgtu I for' thle purp'iose
of shooting him. White ini turn1 mtac
its colntenuts in the bac0k of his heiad.
Th'Ie w~otund is not conisidetred' fatal, but
D~oN'T ICNOWr T1'lEIRt INC'0)IE.-Dr.
Louis Nap~oleon arirested a conhlntial11
(lhe coutt 1)r'. Ev'ans adm111itted t hat overl
a iion01 franc had 11( )0 bee abstraclteud
t'roti Is banikinhg accounlt w ithout. his
personal121 knlowledlge. TheO robIbinio
mlight have gone oni for years', acOcor'i'
inhg to bi1a conlfesion, wi thoui 1any one11
knaowiug anlythIinig about. it., so hii'e is
his itl'ice. Th'lis rOcalIs the0 endo of
.iay' lould, wh'lo 01n a wi neCss standc inl
New' Yor'k, confe'ssed' hie conl not1
rccall whiethler a 'er'tainm tcek 1he drew
was for $5y,00,0'o $7,000,000.. It .
dloubtle'ss tr'ue thmat manym pe(opleC go
thrioutgh lif'e with a v'ery 'diini idea ot
theil anm111a1 exNpen1ses, or howi mutch
t hey are really worthI. It is said( t hat
neither1 01( Go l or VanmderhiIt. can1 tell
w ithini $ l5,000,000 the amoni t hir
i'proerty wvould' brinmg it' converted into
cash .-Dcm orest 's .Mon thly.
D)EATHOF Miss CuIARi.o'rrn M. Iloy
auA--On Monduay mor'ninmg Iast univerI
sirglootnwats thrlownl over tils ent ire
commiutmity, WhlOn time sad news of' the
dea1th or thi 11mnost estimalibe iadv was
annunticed.. lMw several mnonths her
ilnss w~as knownV~ to us all, and1( d(eep
solicitudh was felt for'her' whol was s(o
bel1oved' ini everv cli'cle. The~ gFentle
ness8, purity aiid loveiniess- (If thle (d0
ceased is too 212ed'for' us- to allude to.
A long retite of' friends tfollowed her'
to heri last rest in1g p la(ce, and( (lhe silent,
deep1 sobl of.iailioted hear1' 8 ga1ve tsti
monly to thie solenity' of the occalsion.
Tho sweet loo001 mg flowers of' 3j >in1
covered tihe hier, and1( the .sacrec< 81p(1
wh'ich wals allotted to her Ilast r'est.inmo
place'( galve (tes1imour1~ of tihe deepQh an11
abidingI( love tfeit. for' her'. Theli struickena
and1( ber'eavedit~i fai~'ly hae the deepestQ
sympa.1thyi of' our1 wh'lole Iuople.---Caw
mleet ing of thle corpl oraitors was5 behi
'in (lie OIIIC of G. 8. ~Mower', lei., on
Tuesd5(ay niight. 1Dr. damnies Mcilitosh1
wa's callad to- flhe chirll and ( . 8.
Mowver, Fsq., reqiuestedl to act aIs seere
tury. A comiumittee consisting of It. L.
M.Atanghr'in, (leo. 8. Mower. Jnio. 0.
openl and1( condneit subscrl ption1 lists,
and& to call the stolckhiohlers together'l
f'or or'ganiization as8 soonl as thies sub
scriptionas- amnount to $150,000. It in
believed thatt that anmount "lul be rai1sed
wit hout dilien ity.- Ilerald.
-*an a1 htealthiy a1Ppe't it. prev'ent
mal'llariial dlina2seS, by u~sing~ Ilrown's 5 111
-Go to 11. J. McCatrlov' & Co. and
but thie Ani re~h Guams1(. TLhey aul
Timi.: 1us-r O:.-'-Tlie lIrst oil Iitado
at the Gireenville cottonI-seed oil "liit
rait out Thutrs~ty morning, and the
in lryct-V is now workiiig sploidldly.
The heater, a tachine which cooks and
stirs tir ntitshlei kernels, and the press
which extracts the oil, will botI be
run ui ht and day in order that tke
mtteri iproduced by the other iam
clilles may be disposed of.-Neym
FAWAt, 11UlNINN IN NIMEwIxtuvY.-A
horrible case of death by fire occurred
on Mr. Georre Johnstone's plantalion
last week. VhIle a little negro girly
about sdyeii years old, was ifanning the
fire, her diesA caight firo. As soon as
she saw her langor, she i an for help
towares her snot her, who was at somne
distanlce fron the louse, 11efore she
reachod hoe mothe her clothes wore
almostenitirely burntoff; and when the
t1Ir was pIt out, not one-lburt.h of tihe
skin was left on her porson. She lived
about thirty houi's aftor the acel(lents
A WoAXI)E AT I0oi>xwS.-Oni the
13th inst., thern will be ol exilibitioi
a genuino living curiosity. It is a
heatlty child with fo1r legs and tintr
arms. IMany persoms in Abbeville
have sctl thiq f'reak of nature and of
one) acortd they prolounce it the
greatest wonder of the ago. There is
no deceit or humbug About it, aml t'
any one is anxious to sen a regular
sport of nature they can be gratitled in
the fullest sense of the wor(t. We can
endilorse it as a goitinli curiosity Und
the namnagcrs of' the show i as tit'ltet
worthy aitt honorable ien0 who woulti
not deceive the public.--Medium.
-Inl feve's, malaria, billonsne.s, beart
burn, ole., nothing is so benchelal as
Brown's Iron Hitters. *
A great many people are asking
what particular troubles BRoWN's
IRON UITTERS is good for.
It will cure Heart Disease, Paral
ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Con
sumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, and all similar diseases.
Its wonderful cnrative power is
simply because it purifies and en
riches the blood, thus beginning at
the foundation, and by building up
the systemi, dtives out all disease,
A Lady Cured of Rheumatism.
Baltimore, bid., May 7, 2880.
My health was much shattered by
Rhemnatism when I commenced
Laking Brown's Iron Bitters, and I
scaicely hadt strength enough to at.
tend to my dail household duties.
I amn now uing tr~e third lbt tie and I
nm regaining strength daily, and I
checi tiluy recommend it to all.
I cannliot say tLo muiich in praiso
of it. Mirs. Aany F. IhtAstE'Ant,
Kidney Disease Cured,
Chiristiansburg, Va., 1s91.
Suffering fromi kidney disease
fromi wshich I could ,et no relief, I
tried Ilro~wn's J ron litters, which
cured men completely. A child of
m'mie, rceoverinmg from scarlet feverr
had ng atppetite and (lid not seem to
be able to eat at all. I gave him lroa
fliitters with the happiest results.
Vi St., Ilarrlsburg, Pa.
D)ec. 2, ,88z.
After trying different physicians
ar.d many remedies for pelpitation
of the heart without receiving any
benefit, I was adlvised to try lBrown's
Iron litters. I have used two bot
lies and noycr fomiud anything that
gave me so mutch relief.
Mirs. JzNsrz IIztss
For the peculiar troubles to wfidek
ladies are subjeai, flttown's IRON
BITTERS is invaluable. Try it.
Be sure and get the Genuines
ACHING NERVES CAUSE
PERRY DAVIS'S PAIN KILLER
And' the whole noxious family of
nerve disasaes-are cured by
ALL RESPECTABLE DRUGGISTS
KEEP "PAIN KILLER.".
STATIE OF 80UJTH CAROLINA,
ai10ct os oftt ll' tihe L att Will oft ,bunesiv.
harls ih:i Yof Denat Snnnon
hterewithi served upon,1 yon, iand to~ si'rve It
"opy of yourit anttsvt'r-to the' sahll comlnuamt
telit y datvs aft(er thme seric~le hereiof', ex..
eluisive~ of1 the dany-of ainehlt vIice; and14 if
vonu hul to answver th~ecomplit withtin thet
wil ampy to the Court for thu relief de
non) tded fin t.e(' coinp'la Iitt
D~ated J1annuar - 2, 1883~:.
~Mc)O'Al L )D &DOUG J,\SS,
action. of whicth thet fohrego'ing . is a colpy,
(Court of, Cmur'isn P~ at \\. lianshor'o, in
the ( o'unt v of l'>isihlId, in the. Stte of
Sou: hi t'arolina, on the 2ndt tday of .Janeuary,
NEXT THIRTY DAYS
NOT W ITiiSTA NDING
Our custonirm may rest assured tha
we will not be undersold by Rhy othei
holSe t town. Our motto has boon
and still is, "QUICK SALES ANL
SMA LI' PROFITS."
We o11r, fo' th NE;XT TMi1RT1
DAYS, great bargais in
DREss ( s001),
LA DIEU-' ('.LOA R 6,
Latest Styles of 'i(LMM ING BiAfD,
NOTIONS Ol ALL KINDS.
Owing to the extremely warm wenthlA
er, we will sell all ot' 001'
GENTS' and YOU'T'HS' CLOTHiNO
at the most. astonishingly low p-ihces.
We do not wish you to buy unuiless
fully suited, and will rel'und the money
for any unksatisfactor- pureitestl.
P. LII)ECKA(f R e)V- B RO.
IM UV T11 E. PA 1..N r t'rO O tP.
IS LYISE. EI'ATS.
cornmenceon the.It day Februar, Va
whc tie re-oranbs izaiofisses willc
tak hen . I T hjoo h i n r uc t i.I 1n 'all
,h. artmn# uit hi andbadas.wa
rjnni he )btine1 i anyllj luirrela . cinstin ution
W e) lf,' 'i)(rluc Ipal I,y t eine, Va.I
CMrs. 3 ,''as thie8 bay pels io ntb l1-la ex.
GtvedI uslegu od't irnPrf 1il. M.o siatl.
by% 14).l ion Winnshoto. wh sicc
ra llt pa'ri tnershto hreveatfon-exit tng hl
k.d tween~ the one'rsign MI utnIier hewiI
suatyjle f~ili~ "Tux Wiuon i.ms
Coa 3A xitidadisvebynna
by ir. Ano S. ic'b, w ho1 is;r hYreby
aghored g fo rev and4 rei~o t. ~for al
hauedig laen to omcht. Ia )e
paedt fu-ush 110R. tt ENuSUAlisa
JEMN O. M N1,1.
Winsboo, . CIanary , 18OA3.
' s AHvac'O wa8S IEr.rg yu
t~own.U L YSSE G. DESPIWli.TIES.
UNDERT A KAER !
heg leav h-inannonnee ht I mpr.
paeto. f11 urnih upon))le the ot ' i liberalii
ATLANIUAi ~PSIAT, N.
hand, and fo aepcfiaka share ofth Irt1ge
J'. M. .7TEWAT h.
Febal a-t x10oileo im 1 ~on
dowll) yonder,"v yu udu tn
havueh (n han aful ine ofl' un 'u
Etc., thnd meare Ld t do~ e athingCLs in
The 140(lo is requested barqfully to notice the ti
aneL'eilarged1 Scheinu to be driaen Monthly.
trICAPITAL PktiZE, 0'4,000..
Tlvhoto enly 01Y 5 Fhiares In Proportloi
Louisiait $tbb Lottery Contpntiq
"We o ?erery -emqif'y that we supiorVI
the arrangementsfor all the Montihy ail
S'ni-Avrnital Drioingls of Th iotisial
Stafe Latlecr| C oinp011y, and bln poeol ima
(1.t1a and contr.ol The J)raiinnqt; 'theittelve
und /wt the katu ortre coit foilited filhle 7tM
esty, fetienes(, anti in goad fttit toicard (
-pirlw, an1 fro, it-lthorize 'tho Cnitjpirn
lIt/ii rerflilerate, trif fstr-simieP( f
us'itna a rev-akatew, in i/s'adoorlicewete I."
Jncorpornt4tal 18118 for 25 years by the Legl
lature for Ed n Uintl and Charitablo purposi
-with a t M1tl of $1,0flO,000-to which a res' eri
[unti of $16N,1100 has Oinco bet'i ldged.
By ai overwIeolming populai tote Its fii'
chiNe wt 1auuie o part or the present, State Co
8i1 u110on adopted Decoeabe 2d. A. D. 1819.
The naly Lottery ever voted on ud emdorecd by to
)eople of mop tette.
11 never scaleS or pospones..
It0 Granl Singie Nutber Drawings tal
A SpLENDI1D OPI-d'iT1NITY TO WI
A FOIRTUNE. 'TilDlU (IIAND DIHiAWINI
CL. V* C, .\T NEw ORILIEANS. TUES3DA)
.Mlarch 13, 1 8-154th Montily Drawing.
CAI'iAL PR'tIZE. 85,000.
100,000 TieketA at Five Dollars Eabi
1F"ie-lone, in FIftihs, iI Prolirtloi.
i.ear op raulzs.
I CAPITAL PITZ .....................$75,0
1 (4) (to ................. . 25,,
I d1) do ... .., .......... 1o0bi
2 i10ZES of $60on.................... 14.
3 do 2oo.................... lde
Io do 1o0o................ 10.0
20 () do .................... 10.0(
IOU Cdo 20 ....................2 ,o(
800 dd 100................... 80,0(
Goo (10 0..................250(
1000 d1 25..................25,0
9 ApproximatIon Prizes of 756..
9 do do 600. 4,5(
9 (10 d 260........ 2,2.
19N7 Prizes, niounting to.............$25,51
ApplIcation for rates to eliibs sitould h na
ohaly to1 te 0111"0 of lthe CoIpanIy in ANV
For further ii1formation write eOearly, givir
full alires. Send ord--rs by ax;1fess Heaiste
CoI hetALr or lOncy OrtI:-r. ed1'] 1ti' only to
M. A. DA(IPIllN,
Nutw Orlennans, 14.,
Or M. A. )AI'PIIIN,
6n7 St-venth St., WashiNgton, D-.oU,
SPER C I C
TiS T1 L Y 1 0 D7) I? r U
R1MEDE.ME I. .AN l,, 'Lu
t-'; speedty actilltk up1on aill Br-unchial nom
l'nhutnik A f-..t-CetIs is bey3odil be0lief
to those who ha-e ne'v'.r tried t
Or seeni it .se,..
I peedily a11h1ys ]Bronchial n d !
[loiIc1 it vers. It is :a wond'terifntl
IiXI'PKCT]ORANTI AND) 1 E A L E RI
1t helrep the digestiv'e and urinary or
g.ans ini art naural andu healthy coiadition
PURII.FTES TILE BLTOOD),
Inistanth- riefesn night sweats, gonenes
of ap'ptate ahld geun,'nd debhility. It ha:
heen ktteown onily tour yeatri n
'IlAS NEVFlP PA t!:ED Tro PElFEC'l
Ancy one( aili ited with what, is gecrall;
eonisideredl th'ath 's amt'v corr'ier, consum 111
Lien, (aiM he "u red for $A. 50, $13.00i o
810.0 acc teording to the stage which th,
disatee hass reached. No patient. hats ve
taken $11n worth b~eforoa curec wassrfect'el
CTe 7MPM'I~'F'C i's recommodnsisseod only 1'o
p'uhdaonaroy atfttdt ions, and those de inni
I o utse it cant doe so by sending their order
toth pro rt ersof to tapr dr dire
to e. taig'tatNyou awthis N.vetis
Cures Yhuat .eithr O as rlsa
i~e iis from eiht to teng db
Juneo 13 l'(n~lNKl T o Nh N.od C.i
abl hav jusItlreivedS a areW Yn eal
Allo a(01 handsoevlt ofthe fr >ods slrg
able fores 11(1iiiMAs and1 NiE! t YtE Ao
BOOKS ! .EN~BOOKtS
wev hiave evser off'ered,
would seethi respjuect fiIty c'all t he atfentk
of' iIle l'ttlic. to thtese 'gliods,. aind rethlue:
NE WV TIfN-SIlOP
I fT AVE' re(1cenatJ'. comn111nefl'd bus
Shiop, wVhere' w ill be t-oni( Cookini
ant1( He~atinig Stoves an11( inw~vare ol'a
1soolinig amti( Gutte rinig ((IonC in
good anii substIai n i manner, as chen
ats tihe ch~Oape)st.
Signs P'ainiterl in the best sty <
Aler'chnts~ will (hal it to their lntel
(sI to ceatse nelIinhg lighit Yaniikeo 'T
wa'eree, poorl~y sold'c, ami( 51ell mn
IIN W A IW, as it is ibon I as C IIEA44\I
t:idl is nians arof O 1I \f ATE'1?f A T .
DR 1OG'00. ANI) NOTIONS
THtE MUS10 0.F OUR 2R
''. '00O yardR %f Carolina plaida Wt 76 d(
'2000 yards Piedmont A sIxirjting at 5 4
d 1000 yards Piedmont I shirting at 6 <
1000 yards Piedmont 4-4 shlrtiug at,
1000 ya1s 'ledtnout Drill li& iA % i
"CO' ids gdod dabito qt , -oents.
4 . My entire stock or stda'd cltog I
oinlcluded,'at 64 contii.'
80 yards plaid Dros' (do-n 'edWeeI
my 20 cents Dress Goods i'educed to 14 c
1-8 d16oi Mtnianmdried shirts at 49 coi
cents bed ticking reduced to 7 ceoits. A1
18 cents. 2200 bica-evle sirt)g at 7, 8 1
ahirting at 10 cents-. 100 yalia whito pk
1000 doien calico )ilsh WIttons at 4 cent
guiutrs, Alto 6, 7, 8 and , at $1.00, wo'rt!
I hiav a few basiness suits and somm
oVercoats at prices 'o suit tho buyev.
I ain determined to mam a clean 4i
over is the tiho to gut deuidtd hb'gans;
: tP. S.-These Orjices afe only for spot
Eill dhM 1bg the ilid week movo oi
V imnvit Mamnd, Ot the room now ocet
b keep a FERST-OLASS slok of
1100 B O iT b Airb
And vill continue to sell them at the low
b Ift tfddr 1o reduce stocl:
i COME ANI) HlEA
- IN addition to the hihove, we will add, af
Of Ail Winds-:4aple and Fafity. We ei
getting anything you want, and ainy also bb j
.Wi retiumir tUinks to our friends and thec
and solicit a con inan'ce. If you wlishi a lip
i1111H I ltre Ceritifi way of hawing it than by
uIT STANDS Ar
- THE EVEN
L5 ST AL L SHLIING~ W'ITJ
WINES, BRAN)ISr~ LF
0OF TIIE CHOICJ
.PR Esjf OYST ERS ./4dV2
MEALS HAD Al
KDEqiuuN 2 .A e
IMUST BE SOLD, ./4ND W
THE NEXT I
At prices unheard of in inns1
CLOAKS AN y DOLMANS
n Comecad'ise how LOW I
wv1 ill'Cr to inivest some oif
Thme fiarabt tinportrs' of Foreigni Fru'iit
,.selected stock ol'
Ns OJ~lidias '1 ANiANro
y du over'ythiug dilsc thaW t first-claiss
COATJ R OLnDE;>?n m> a9.
kiT&L T'OWER. LISE T42
mts, b'y tho jeo Od'r -.ryd.
nfl boI~ds N %Is, hnun Irhits
I &m 2o con't's to 18 onts'. All of
entO. . .
Its, .iced fi-dhi 7~ Monts.. My ,'3
ntoskoAg A. U. A; t fi reduod t
md 9 ceits. Longei 4 blenchet
(u at, 6 coite, r'ec .ted i'oh 10 CetN.
60 pair Brogan% -lough8, Olasti4
16 t 0''t lity per co t iuc o
iW is cuid oids Iii .paltg Aid a few
'Op in tei'y debat-tmnoitt Nowir
1intock of Abda olLtljW soih i o bi(.
Lpied by M'r. Wolf'. W6 Will eontinuo tk$
e poesiblo prieek We are dow ofetinf,
]a OUR PRICES.
ter trnovhl; a fuili ind completo staik
6not fiilineirae, hat 'oeia' he sure of
tire of gettiigitat nio O'ISTP PR IC E:
public for the patronage We hato re(*,cive(;
py anld prosperous New Ycdt, fou ca
spending your money with us. CO3diD
EL.L & LA UDEJIDALE.
' THE READ 4
That it 1. the acknowledged Leader in
tl<( i'rd iai fact that cannot be dis- ~:
MIANY IMITATE IT.-N(NE EQUAL. IT?
Tflip ightest RUnnhg,
-most Beautiful Woodwork.
A'Nb IT IS WARRLANTEDi
For Sal~o by
.UM; B.PA TY & CO;
Wliiushoo, A. Oi,
Agents wanted In unoccuipied torrito-n
DO30MESTIC SEWING MA(UINiE CO.,
iVA FINQ IC SSOR TMEf~K -
LJORS AND GIGARSy
FISH EVERY DAIB
'ILL BE O1FENZD FOR
AT LEESS TIIAN COST>
am offering goods,. anid yoi'
ON)INCHI EI, Agent.
in theo S00th, oflfer foc' 8Ale rai~I
CAUJiAdEN8, ONIONS, PERANUJTV
hIolesale 'it li onso should haveot
RE1- W17RY1.) lA Tcf ar'