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THE NEWS AND HERALD.
W.NN8BUORO, 8. O.
I'ZURSDAT. February 1o. s : .188,
JNO, So REYNOlDB,
Of.18. A. DOUGL ABS, DrIORS.
Tnwimfloods in tle West have assumed
vast and unprecedented proportions.
'The Ohio carries consternationi into the
cities of CincinnatI, Newport and
Covipglon, destroyling according to
latest accounts million1s of dollars
worth of property.
GENERALs GRANT, 6"Sherman and
(amron have resolved that General
Joseph E.,Joluston shall be Commnis
sloner of the District of Columbia.
"This once at least," says the Amcri
can Register, (tlhcy wild place anl
incorruptible man In cilco." In this
connectioi it may be said that the
Register is partioularly correct, Au1 it
is to be hoped that tle resolution of
the Generals will pass.
VAN 1H. MANNINGM will contest the
seat of Genera] James I. Chalmers, as
the Representative of the Second Mis
1s.isippI1 District in the Forty-eighth
C0ongress. lie proposes to tako the
depositions of Secretary William E.
Chandler, Representative Jay Ilubbell,
1. B. Henderson and others. We
wonder what Mr. tanning can ren
sonably expeot to extort from .these
gentlenen favorable to the prosecution
O' his case. We shall wait and sec.
IovToNri COnnTT. the man- who
killed John Wilkes Booth, is said to
living In Kansas, engaged in rcaring
aid herding cattle. Ilport says that
he hits become a religious enthusiast.
Mr. Corbett in a lettor to a friend says
tlit. he has been directed by God to
inflict (aily pullishmilient upon himself
sas a penance. for having takenl huii.an
life. We are glad to learn that our ro
Jigious friend is at last .feihuie the
pangs of reiork(I for the part he0 took
in the inurder of Booth.
Tii committee app1ointed by the
Senate of North C(arolima has reported
favorably oi the Rtilroad Commiission
lill. Thi(e provisions of tho propose(l
bill, with relereice to the power's andal
dities of the comisIlisioicrs, are inl the
manin siiflar to those Coliferrid upou
our own by the revci.Act of' the --Leg
Islature. The measuro wilt piobaly
pass both honnes of the Leislature,
and will eventually become a law. The
most that can bo sail is that it will he
fan experienitt, and if it become a law
we sincerely lope it will accompihlish
the objects of the enactmtenit.
rj'I; New York 11er'ht says: "What
by thie government wh'len it is admnin
sound and1( sensible, anid thie people1 are
f'ully justilled ini donmainrg that their
wvants shuld be at.tendecd to in these
important p~articulars. Let them~ but
exalct this miuch~ of their r'epresenita
tives, and civil seryice refoi'rm will b~e
comoi possible. Many ofices will dis..
appear' along- with the omiecrs for
whose benefit they were created and
mlaintatined, and inideed all things
mnight reasonably lbe expeted to prtos
Tme Iown Btate Riders~, thinks (lhat
if' Demnocr'atic stealing in thie Southern
States kceps on, tho peope of thcee
States will ask for carpe-bag ruile
aga'fin. But in this that very reCspecta..
ble0 journal think s amiss. If thbieves
mnust be supp~io1'(Od we~ esn" ee nc rea
sont why pr'eferencee shonl(d not
be given to the natives. Besides, we
ha~ve tried the impilorted stock and are
satisfied that their aptitude in this~ line
can in no event be surpassed, and so
merely as a choice hetween evils we
shouild in this, as in other things, en
couriage home enterprise. 3it would
niot be neccess.ary to point ont to one
accustomed to finir discnssion that in
the eases of D~emocratic thieft (lie de.
faulting officials alone arc at fault,
wvhiilc.in theo days of Radical adininls
thon a number of carpet-bags wvere
usually filled at one time at the sanilf
I' steal. In other words tho diflference
is, In the one ease that an oficial robs
the government, in the other the gov
cnment rostepeople admakes
larceny a legitimate business. Of
couritso stealing' anywhere adbyan
bod i amenabl)e, buit wio see no red
son why3 the facts should be dlistor'ted
or unljust compi ios emade.
-Senator Vance tells of afllwn
- ~Nor'thI Cariolina, nonmed Wilson, who
drlaggedh through life awf'ully olongated
fecet.. WVhen going with o)thers Oto a
barbece .in "lUnnkitun" counaty, Wi1.
Sonl, findnhiig 1no otheri meanils oft coin
10oyance, prlop)osed to r'ido a aiuule. 1 Ic
was:i told "'Ihat. no mani ever~ (lid or'
con1(1 ride flhat nmnle." They said:
''le will work to ma bntggy or- plow,
but1 1no mani can stay on his back."'
"'I'll try him, an~y way ;" andI' the (de
terunnted mian instructed sevor'al nie
gFrOes to Clclih thle mu11 li andiolad himu.
'C'he ahnaal phttied and1( kicked,- bit
.finally W ilsont seenred a seat, ini the
saddle1. Evety 01ne expecteda to see
hittu dashed aginst (lie gr'ound, buit
lie mule looked alro)und, saw thie man's
foot, and waulked peacef'ully away. lie
thought 1he was betwieen a pair. of
The Tale or *1mw Jhaiu Teoth.
False teeath inuy t ell Iiies in a qieltt wa'yi
But a r'eal tothli el~lste s;okumt truat h when
it sen~ds its mnessage's of paintl nuh al
the nertve's anid ninsdes ot the. frua.. '
have tho toot hinehu.!" is thceh a nst a udlem
howl. Antd tho echo is, ''yes, and Ih
toothiae hais meil"' W~hen thie 1 ahns or
iw nirahia set ie inii (la deend timot I sOomi1.
tI~ing miust he~ delac. (je liuyyiwi
--In fev'ers, maharha biliousness, heanrt
lumin, 'te., iietRhi1t is si) beauticial. as
Tun1 OHIO BTILL RISING,
An Unyorecodented Floo 'at Cineinnati and
the Worat not Yet.
CVNCmNNATI. Februa-rv j2.--The river'
at e1invenl o'clock til$ Morning11 hmd
reached sixty-three feet five 1hnches,
atui hint risen two Ininches .durinig the
past three hlonr. Diarges are being
run alous Second street to relieve the
wants of the people livig there. The
current along Front street Is so- ravid
that navigation Is dangerons. The
suspension bridge cannot be reached at
all eXcept by boats. Newport bridge
is also lnaccesslble except by boats or
Suffering among the people hi the
flooded part of the city Is unavoidable,
as no organized efforts have bon made
to relieve them, but 8omethinigmuss
te doo soon, or loss of life is Wievita
A special to the Times-Star from
points above indicate that the rise will
continue here probLbIy till to-morrow.
The river is falling at Marlotta, but is
risig above there. At Maysville it is
rising anl Inch every hour. There are
large quantities of whiskey, flour and
other property overflowed there.
There is 1o change' in the situation
of the railroads. The Cin'cinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton railroad tracks
are under water near Brighton, bit
trains Ibft and arrived this morning.
Tihe Little Miami road Is virtually
blocked at Botavia Junction, a few
miles out, by the tracks being inuu
No news has been received this
morning from Lawronceinqg, TIdi
amt anad tho worat is feared there. It
Is so isolated.
HRNIK WARD BERCIIHER.
[Now York Cor. hSan Fridsco Cau.]
Tht icmmense arn chair back of the
puliit-llowers waIs lilled with a huge,
overcoaited figure, almost as broad as
it was long. The overcoat thrown
back overhung the chnir oi all sides,
so that it was q Itite concealed with the
rich dark cloth id claborate Irim
ming ot Astrachan fllr. Quite thicly,
yet 111)011 the velvet of the collar and
cnshioii, fell tihe long, careless mansses
of gray hair, and there was the smile
Ilorgressive featuring with which two
conti nents have been so long aa fiuiiar;
lie 111110 siioot.hi-shavenf, priest-like
Co, re(-11Ced an(] 8011ssons-lip iid,
IIIt every eim1otoil 11ad pasiol of it
phlily(llaainli iated by the intellectial
Power1s expressged by the great, broad
forehead and clear shining eyes, whose
look Iever lowered fromia the laces of
tile vast. coligrengat ion. The last Iime
I saw hilta here wvas ini l'i, and( hie ~
looked not imuich voun ger lih. The
expressiot of tlie a:ma ha:i.s op ined
since, however, a bold and ((lielit
cliharacter-a certa1 inl blravalo, as if' he
-ibaredt anid cared the verr little now.
It. is lin possibIale to r Isi ,t this n n.
From file timne wiei le bgan to Iead
file not ices to Ile hIst linec, str e
Seintecle thatM viled his titm1l pravm',
Io galtbored and colintnleci IIF alt itl hs
11111d. There is SI0111c lintin ,;o hlarge
and inan, evel costIlic aou. him, I.
kept tihiking ol'Terrenice's line il the
comedl of '"'The h-other:"
1omo SUm, et hil t ma na pront i amr:
"I ami a man, anid liothing human is
far front Ce.'3
No anltip~athyv-not mine at least
coul live ainuid the wise, genial at
1iuoslipher thait swiept all over the peco
1p1e frotin that pilpit. The man is ani
unfailing anld bt)elouis wel1-'-pri ng of'
liagination, wit, podetry and1( a-ouand
carrols everyv sytopathyi. H e gentily
reprimiamiledl a deao beca use a patr
ticualair notice he wantied to read did
not aklpear ini thle pile on his des8:.
IFifteen inliutes alfter, whken lie dlid
find it. he akpoligizedi ini suckh a half
humIaorous, hal f sad wvar.
"'Why, here' is this not ico. It was
under myn hanad all the t ime. Ah "'
,shaking his long haiir, '"it is old aigo."
The aiudienice Iiughied all over thle -
room, but it was a lhughter very nigh ]
toIfon:. RlobrtToombs,0of Georgia.,
it is annkhonnheed, hais disinhleited his i
grand:lanighter, bMiss liohso, fore miar-.
rying~ akgaist his will, lie bhad willed
her.. 0u00/., alnd oifereti to ma)ke~t it
$90,000 if shte wouild canlcel her en.-*
gatieint, blat love was strot -thhni
gold(, an the youog lady we'. aih (
the main of lier choice. TPh - whao
knkow Gieneral TVoombs be8Ist saiv he is 5
not lieyto relcuit, anhd that t'hie cut.
off fromi ana inaheritlance in his estate is
I ial anid comuphele. Alr. ToomlyWs ob
jectionI to Air. Colley is statted to be
thiat lie cannltot trace a long linet of
blooded0( ancectstriy. If' this is his only h
reasom, and1( the yotug mian is "imaselt'' p
all right, weI glory ini the girl's spnk.
LaYNCHING A ])EA1) MfAN.-A Paoli,.
Kansas, dlisp~atch says thiat on Satukrday
akbout onie o'clock a crowdl of whites
and blacks collected ini froant ot' the jiil
aind waited for the cityv mlarshal to t'alk
Skmithk before a. jnstice'for ovatniniationi.
The- d51puty, sheriff' decliined to m1ove 11
the' prisoner, owing to the thireats of.
tihe mob. The crowdl made an avsaul t
on the jaili and drove the sheriff into
the inlterior of the building, but could
not get his keys. Then, after an hour'3 ti
haird'vork, they battered their way to P
Smnith's cell, where they found him n
stretched deaud on the floor, hatving cut
his throat wvithi a pocket knife. TPhey
put a r'ope ariotuull the neck of h'
corpse, diraigedl it to a tree ini thto park
adstrunag it up.
Cold' Weather,. - !
T1his t 8thisson wvhein exninur wvill
pritlutce cold on lhe stoach~il ea'ma,ing1 gripa
h torne al~iui thietiubl. 1iallar in'~C5io
hiowers to 1.hemitnrnl'l coinIH iin,
Mtore hleaiin~Ches. arlise fromC a d1iordered il
stomlachi thean an ther ik c'ank. Ise N or- -i
man11's Neut ratlizin aCor 'litha to (correcCt voukr
this 'ainfulfk maiUlady which hats he'ta ome the
hanke of your existencee. Tray ak smlIl hottih'.
A hart' opor'unity.
Oni F'ebrimry13' , 188.1, I sohl ti 1my initer
test inl thet firmai of inmanat los., (Che--ter,
S. C., to) F. P'. iMhnnlaughi: alsoi on the s: ke
& Gnini, .Lancater, S. (., to Wmit. (On
son1. TIhe buiyer' ini each plakce assume11Cs aill
liabilities anud will i'olleet a11 lltndebtednes'.s.
At this point, I will sell miy stock in hlk
to a easihbuyer'. Th'le binedatss is well i's
tablIit'Iedln l'ays ham llsoi~ ly, as an ini
Il furither' noti(ce my stocik wiill bie rohll at a
will pleaseCI'*C" 11 for~weard atcl sit t' their
- dc&. L . MINA-GII
A great many people are asking
what particular troubles BROWN'S
IRON BITTERxstssgood for.
It will cure Heart Diseaso, Pard.
ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Con,
-suiuption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,,
Neuralgia, and all similar diseases,
Its wonderful curative power is
simply because it purifies and en.
riches the blQod, thus beginning at.
the foundation, and by building up
the system, drives out all disease.
A Lady Cured of Rheumatism.
Baltimore, Md., May 7, u88o.
My health was much shattered by
Rheumatism when I commenced
taking Brown's Iron Bitter and I
-scarcely had strength enouM to ar4
tend to my daily househol duties.
I am now using the third bottle and I
am regaining strength daily, and I
cheerfully recommend it to all.
I cannot say too much in praise
of it. Mrs. May .E. JitAsHEAR,
Kidney Disease Cured.
Christiansburg, Va., 288r.
from whiciA I could get no re'lef, I
tried Brown's Iron Bitters, which
cured me completely. A child of
inine, recovering from scarlet fever,
bad no appetite and did not seem to
be able to cat at all. I gave him Iron
Bitters with the happiest results,
J. Kvu MONTAGU&.
Vine St., Harrisburg, Pa
Dec. 2, A88.
After trying different physicians
and many remedies for palpitation
of the hcart withont receiving any
benefit. I was advised totry Brown's
Iron Bitters. I have used two hot.
ties and never found anything that
gave mo so much relief.
Mrs. JENims HEs.
For the peculiar troubles to which
ladies are subje&, BROWN'S IRO9
BITTERS is- invaluable. Try it.
Be sure and get the Genuine,'
ACHING NERVES CAUSE
PERRY DAVIS'S PAIN KILLER
And the whole noxious family of
nerve diseases are cured by
ALL RESPECTABLE DRUGGISTS
KEEP "PAIN KILLER."
LGHESF~T GRIADES I
I htug leasvt t annilonneo thait I amT p
edl ti) turish, uon thU mtost libe
A full timrply wIll be ke >t alwatys
and, andi I respet-fnily a- c a shiare
SA TiSFACTION~ ASSURED.
Thlso iindebltvel to us- are re~ques~td
.tLe' at oncte. We have been patlent., I
irueaate soniet i ti~t e ses to bte a virt1
McMTI,~eii.,it, iBitit & KE'CnlsN
14 TI7 FEBRf A RY.
Wie have a lot. of ne'w and pretty' Vah
naes, to whiceh thle attentIon of lnterest
uesv,, without regardi to agt, s9ex t orp
WeVt have on hand a large Itekc of (i
~f ' e'ds; alsho somei F'ieldl iled a
hh-y,. i'erry s. rio nn andi iteed: Sso
s:iometunv hea' Ip leas't!d.
Mcv.\sTiilt, P'urtcTC & Kr1Lven:N
hois 'oour Ibirge stockh of wraping 4
t lht, t iray Wratsppinug and taw Pa;tpi
W'. Wea.t''. that: if ma~rvh'at's v31n b
Was altels Israin us as lt\V as fronsi 1 hro,
vighlslteadde, it wvill bet anti advantage
tin W in the st town the tsmall conuzsssi
McM .T~'iit, litic0g & K~~inis r
I TI A V , rrecentl commllenedt lii
hop where n. ill be found (:ooki
in.k. llaa tvsand Tlinwatre ot'
Rloofinsg andt( Gnltteinug done1 in
o It echeapsest.
Sins l'ainted in theo best sty
Merebansts will find it to their Iit
9' to cese sellIi ng light Yainkee TI
vore,~ n i ioryslediat aso Iji
Fresh Groceries J
R1MESI GOSEN BoUTmm it
NEW BUCKWIIEAT FLOUl
London Lae 6, Loose Museatels and Fines
Golden tar sin, whole and q'.uarter boxe.
CIT.ON, CURRANTS :ald 8PlJUD
New Magnolias, Bintliswcks and th
- Tongu8s, Soused Pig'q Feet, Mackerel, i
....al ize amiquatit, al Juhtringsr
.Pride of the Sea, in 1lb tis, the
fiest 11811 put up.
af all. kbuls.
Gallon Apples. T ho -ely genuine JOE
Hlume Phto. sahnn110,
Platn and Fancy
CAKES AND iRACKERS,
COFFEES, SUGAICS anil FLOUR3 var
very low-get my prices.
SPOKES, itIMS AND IIUIS.
in lamireas of all kinds.
Single Buggy Hlarness C.O up, worth Oi1
The Losiaville Turning Plows are equal t
any, and much cheaper. I iave all siw
RED RUST PROOP OATS1 SIXT1
Box'r ;Y A \YA(ON UNTIL Yoo exv.
It will pay you.
U LYSSE G. DESPOR'TES.
A anduI'ei~tte ad dsorem of the Stom
achqi Ro-1q, whoti r Ini ldr, r adu ts
It tofeccptablo it) tu Stouilwh without, being
-ofronsive to the lasde.
Promptly reloving Dysentpry. Diarrhma, Chol
Flux, oiripin Pains, Fiatulency,
cia Moie~s, Cholera Infanitum,
Nausen. Acidity of the Stnmvb.
n cartburn, hick atnd Nervous
110machelo and yI)y.psa. May
be use In al i 'rnguments of
th Stonach l iv.i el rom svaxation of the
intestines oi achanc- of ftxod or water
Is as pleasant aud- harmless as Black
borry Wino. Does not contain Opium
and vll, not constipate. Specially recom.
mended for Soaaickness and Teething
.. 'Price 5c. and $.oo per bottle.
Bold by aIl Drugiate and Dealers in Modke6s,
EXOLSIOR OHEMIOAL 00,
M Wanlbala,& C. V. 16. A
IT IS A FACT, WE WILL 1 .L YOU
Wagon or Buggy for less than iyoie h
town U S3E . D ESPOlRTFES.
ONR 001: LAR A YE AR.'
T Hj E ireti'~tIin of this popt~ilalr newspr
tai. all the ling. mws ofth 1-t ail
Iiwr-and is11 1 arraig~td inl handy depari
embraces spciltT dl~ispate fRami all qued
ters of the globe. Under tihe hlead uf
are given the Telegraphie Dispatches' o
the week from all parts-of the Union. Tii
feature alone makes
The Weekly Ire~ald
the most valuiable chr~onicle hii the world
as it is thle cheapest. Every week is give]
a faithful report of
Srn mbracinlg comiplete. amnd coni prehenisivi
ral dlispatchies fromi Washlington, I~ iinling fi
rieports of thle almechles oIf emllineIilt politi
clans 01) the (jIue tkms of the hour1.
TJhe Farmi -Departmnti
as8 well as the miost praelienli suigg'sti on
and diisco.veries relating to theii dies or thll
farmier, hin rts for raisin rg (*attle, ponl!try'
of stlggestionis for keeinrg bulildhings am11
farling tensils In repair. 'This is supple
cop~ied(, undeItr the head of
givIng rcipes for practical dishes, hints fo'
-. miakinig clothing at11i for kceeping up~ will
the laitest fashions at the l owest p~ric~e
Every item of cookinlg or econlomy siu
to) gested in tis depairtmaenat is:pra'.'ctical
m~t tested bhy experts before jublication. Let
ue. ters fromi ou~r Paris anid London cor-respon
.(dents 01n the very latest fashions. Th<
llomie D~epartmient of the EVnicxI 1Ri14th
wvill save the housewife miore thian one( hun
diedcu timies the prie of the paper. T1he in
re- . Skilled Labor
nrn-looked after, and (overy lng relating ti
miechianies anditiabr-savling Is carefiulb~
recordled. There is Ia page devotedl to af
U ilhe laithats pihases of the biness1C5 malrkts'
eropsl, mierblanudlise, etc., (le. A valuahl
feature is fountd in thle sp.eially repsortet
r:. prices and conditIons of
'pori he Nws, at home andl abroad, to
get her' wit 4 a Story every week, a Sernl~r
la ilm:I 1 Iembit divine, flIterry, Musleald
I ramiathi-, i'ersoinr and Sea Noutes. Th'ier<
is noe paper iln the worl wleh conitalns se
mmi-hi netws 1.aitte'r everyv 11eekt as thle
nd WllEurAN lix.nA LDr, which' is senit, piost'a
-free, for One Dollar. You Cilan subscrif(
r, t, aniy time.
THE NT E W Y 0 R 1K HERALD,
',IN A wEL ~y
i oxNI 1)oIJ1A1 A YiEAR.
NEWV YORK- IlTkltA LD,
BiJroadwny nd Anms St., New York,
Y il u(of an (e:fecu iionl to me11 dhireted
- Iwill odevr for :ia h, befoC're theu cour~t
1- house door51 ill WVinnIsboro 'V),. C., oni the
I'ilIST MONDAY IN MAlt1(!l NEXT1
iiwithhii te legal hours1 of sal', toI [the hligh
est hhhfor, for ASlI , -tin- followIng
A hat' -pdece, parcel oir tIract of landi
aP lyigVi Fahlild 'oluty, South Ctrollua
aeres, more or iess, and1( botunded by3 land:
Cl'- Iof .Jllm Ilaygood, Thlos. Jordan and other:
inl- --vIed upon01 as theO proe11rtv. of IRan
Iy Enltzinlger at, the ut'of Th'1os.'Jordan.
I 1 JNO. D). McCAltL EY,
hieriff's Offec, 8. F. C.
Februaliry. t2, 1883..
The P'4bl( at reqWe.d ear4ftlly to notiet the nce
anl enlarged Schee 5.o be drem Monthl.
CV1'APITAL P)MIEU, 05,000.,gg
Tickets eAnly 85 Sbw s In kiropurtiom
o1018Iati State Lotti-ly ddhipaikit
" 1 W6 do hereby certt 'fy *" Oe -upoome
the 4rrangementsfor an I e Monthly and
SemiuAnnuatl Drawitja of The Louilnd
State Lottery Cornpny vznd in person mnan
o age and central -the Jrtoiv themileloi;
and that the amfle je edntduicr 4eith om
esty, faessl'O) dnad fn godl fait/h totoard aU
partws, and sie uitthorize the Company to
'u.e this cert rte, with p.wesimiles of gr
eignaturesa apched, in its adteoHisefen .
B incorporate1 in 1858 for 25 years by the Legis
lature tor Educattonail and Charitable purposes
-'whit a capital of $1,O000,-to vhiti a reserve
fund of $550,0ioo has sn.ui been addoelt
By an overwhmitlng popular v9to its fyAn
chise was tlnto a, part of Me presg't State oti.
st,it ution adopted December 2d A D. 1679.
The aonly Leittery ever voted on Nd endoreed by thi
people qf anysp Stale.
It never scales or postpones.
Its d. m ejkle1iinbur Urawings take
A'SPILNDID OPPORTUNITY TO WIN
.A FOItTUNIC. TillD GtAND Plt w I),
CLASS C, AT NEW .M1tLEANS, TU JAY,
March -1, 1883-154 Monthly lrawin-g;
IDAPITAL IRIZE. 675,000:
100;000 Tickets at Five Dollars EXa'.
IVratUou, In Fifthir in Proportlon.
LIsT OF PaiZIS.
I CAP'AL PRIZE.....................Sin,omo
do ................... 25.00
1 0 0 ... ............ 10.00
2 P E of M................... 11.040
5 do' -:........... 10,000
10 dL' '",o................... o,o6
20 do boo0.................... 10,000
100 do 2 ........-;.. 229tg
300 do 1o0....................... a o
k0o do 50........... 25,000
1000 do . 2..................... 26,ooo
9 Approxiia(ton Prize1s of $T50...
9 do do 00......... 4,oo
9 do do 250.. ..... 2,250
1967 Prizes, amounting' to..............265,500
Applealont for rates to clubs shouldei to mse'.ei
nluY () thee 0lfle of the Company In New
For further informatIon wrl'te cirarly, givtinm
Pill ailres.- .-enI ordi-rs IV preau, Iegister
el L.etter or Money Or dillr, nflrlssed 0only to
o. A. DA.1'1IN,
or M11. A. DI)A U1T N, Nesw Orleans, La.,
0,07 C.even'th St., WaSh1eIntgtn,.l. O,
Feb 1 :t w 700
SPE C I F I C.
THIS TH.ULV iWONDEfi~l UL
1*'j EIDY H AS NV E VE.1C
FA I IED TO.1 CUREi
itst speedy aetion upon all Bronchial and
PunlonTic A ffecntiona is beyond ljelief
to those who have nev-r tried it
or seon it nsd.
It speedily allays lDronclil. nha
manic Fevers. Iti-i a wondleirni
EXPE"TIORPANT AND I E A L E R'.
It keepes the digestive and nrinnry or
ganis in a nInf~ ral anid healthy condition.
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
Intitant~ly roliovcs night; sweAts, goneness
of apifetite and genoral debility. It has
been known only four years and
I NEVER FAITLED TO P.ERFECT
A- CURtE. gnred'
Any one ofiietod wilth what'isgera!
- considerod deaith's aeued earier, consump
tion, can be enred for $2.50, $5.00 c:
$10. 001 according to the stage which the
diseas'e has reached. No patient has yet
taken $10 worth befornecure waar'reted.
TVhe SPEC!IFIC is reomrtinendedl only for
Ipulm ronary-naftecctions;- and those desiring
to nse it can~ do so by semuling their orders
tthe proprietora of this peaper or direct
to mb, stating that you saw this advertise.
mcent in the Winensboro NEys A~ Lina.
Curee Rhevnatism, either acute oi chro~n.
Pri, in from eight to ten days,
Pceby Express, $5i per Bathlo
DLR. J. W. WA LKR.R,
PRt~ANK(LINTLON, N. C.
AND. FEED) STABLESr.
HOSS MARE$. AN ULS
hindrses, weM a e and MUL riErS.
andi' st gordr me an ddio ta lotofk plug
mttules whichk an will ei'oheapte fo r /See,
treo e to iyrl(ex falsob lpersonsmak
ing mec satisfelory paeres, eAicr by whole..
salie or' reail. Greact inducemeients olfered~
to cash bueyers. I defy coipleti'tion.
WrNNsnolto, S. C., Feb. 6, 18831.
tI liE subscribter itenling to make a
...eeange In hIs presenet bueslness wIll
sell fromt t his out, until dispoesede of, tfee
etirt~e stock o f grocerie. tlot o aho
. Sgar ofallGrades.
GoffeesGreen an Phrehed.
iFlours of all Gradles.
Machket'el In kits, quarter and half barrels.
.l('aeon aend Lerdh."
Green, Blacek aend Gun powd~er Teas.
Caedc (oodsu and S1ices.
New Orleans Molasses and Syrup..
Rlice, Meal and GrIst.
Onlon Sets andc Grdeen Seeds.
Irish Potiutoes, Onions Peas ande~ Beans.
Our' stoc~k of (Grocerles Is comipulete. Nowv
iS the I te for hoee(epers tol come ancd
heay ine their suepplies, at L ow Fl'ummsc~.
/'. S. W'OLiIFE.
. ..... .....
bi i bo 0O *b NOTIONS
TRE Kfb J1 OF OUR .'N
8000 -yavds of Ctidthia plaids at 74 i%,
2000 yhrds )ledmont I shirting at A t
1000 yards P'hlDdtbt ' shirting at 6 t
1000 yards Pledmoist 4-4 stirting at 1
1000 valds Piediidit Dillings at *14
5bU( 'yAi16 good ca icd tt 46 cents.
Mv Oiitio' stock of standail cVAIds I
lntiudled, at 6 cents.
850 vards plaid Diess Gd66d rbdided
any 20 ednts Dross klodli redubod to. 14 c
18 dozen unktundried shirts at 49 6mt
enti bed ticking redued ,to 7 cents. A1
18 cents. 2200 bleached stilifing 4t 7, 11
sthirting at 10 cents. 300 yards wh ite pi
1000 dozen calico Dros Buttons at 4 cwit
kalters, iz., 7) 8 and V, at $1.00, wortl
I have a fewV business suits and sonib
overpoats at priceA to suit the buyer.
I am detertninbi to irniko a cleain Rw
ever, is the thne to got aciddd burgains.
P.S.'--:-These irIcis are only for spot
IS StIL SltIkI AING WITL
WINES9 BRANDIES, LI(
6- THE CIIoICl
FR ESH OrSTERS .dNl
MEALS H AD A'l
-.HIUST hE SOLDDi AND W
At prices unheard of in' Win'st
CLOAKS AND DOLMANS'
Come and see ho~v LOGW I :
will bc sure to invest some of y
iE will dmfng ile- p,,c'sent week move' oC
keel'>|a $$. (I T-C ut s tioo oe
Azid w~'il conitinue to sell them at the low
In nriter it'd u~lce st~ck.
COME AND IIEA
*IN -addition to tho above, we will arid, afi
Of all kinc1A-Stiple and Fancy' We cs
gettinig anyliit'ig you wvant, andl may also be
We ret urn thainks t.o 01 urljfrinds and the~ 1
and solilts continuiance. If you wish a hap
hulIit im c'edttain way of having it thani by
IT STAED$l At
The Largest Tmpaor o'f Foreignj Fruit
selectedl stock of
APPTRa, ORtANOKS, BlANANAS - (f
alld everything else that a first-class M,
CO7)M RAz'i Y )7 O yDE Sr> PI r
tr1lt,ow ni xssi
JIVES TiLS MORZNfO1R
nti; by the pl'edo di' trd.
n sol1de and fancles, 8ijnns prvin
dfWi.25 ceits to 18 ddfite: All ofi
Its, rcddqd from 75 estits. MY 10
noskeag A. C A. ticking redtued (W
md .9 Magn. bongsdIo 4 4 1l~eched
uc. at o:cente, reduod .(rn 10 conts.
s. 200 pir Brogans, pidfighs, elastid
i at least fifty per cent muore;
odtds tnd eoids Ini paitd ind a tev
ep v ecvy departidbdit. Now; if
F A.FINT A4SOR TMIM"T
LUOkS AND CIGARS'
FIS I ETBERY DAY
TLL .BE OFFEPRED FOR
AT ESS TI-AN COST.' \
Ltu offering' goods, arld you
our spare changer
i toc~k of oods one door .soutii of ourr ~
[We yM'- oti'- will continue to
.f iTS, ETSC.,
.st possible prices. We 'rr' now- offering
R OUR PRILCES
er' romovail, n~ fuil amti comiplte stock of
not enirtN, but.~O ut u m .bd suire of
ure1 of gettinre itafZ LOI PltlE.
111)lIc fol the patroniaigd w6 hav.'reittivied,
py and1( prosperoudi- Nbw Yeafi, ydul' can A
spendjig your money- with- us COME
TDL.L 4 A ADl2
2 THE EEAA
TnlE 'LIGH T-RUNNING
Tlht iis the alcknowlege Lernddr Irn
the TIrade'is'a fact that cannot bo dli.
MANY IMITATh Il'--NONE EQUAL ITt
Trho Largest Armdd
Thek Lightest ktumnin
Trhe muos Beaiutiful Woodwork.
AND IT IS WARRUA'NT'Jy'
TPo be made(1 of the bes~t ma1tAurli;l
To (10 any and al nl kinds of sirk
'To be comupiete Ia oivery respect.
For Sale by:
J. M. BEATY' & CO.,
Wilnnboro, 8. 0.
Aits ~vanfted inI unuOCCupied( territo
,OMES8TIO S)FWVNQ.MA~IlNE CO,
R n i ciohd Vigi-d
inte South, oilbr for said a iil
KX)ANtJTR, LEitTONS ?4UTS,
CAIJBAuORS; ON~ol4u, PEANUT*,
holchale fruit House8 s101houdave.
RD~ JTIIT 1)ITcl'rrY