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THE NEWS AND HERALD,
ATURDAY. "HAW 2, 'a r I f8,3.
ci.O. . 1>0 YOLDS. AS
ClV S. .. DONJLAS,EDITOWB.
TIiM 1lon. 'Goorge '. Tillm'an, on
being asked what ho thouoht, 6e 'th-e
mental calibre of a certain ex-Con
gressmani, replied: "lic is like a pincy
woodspwii, stretching over a,1l creft
tionl and only a half inch deep." The
Edgei d lhIl lIosoplier Wits certainily
poilted inl his rcsponsC, ai exceedingur
Iy happy in his Choice of a home-beld
'Tiui Camden Journwul tells a graphic
story about a wil, woolly black
woman who is at large in tho wilder
nless of Lynches' Creek. Ou1r neigh
bQr charges her with having atiked
several persons, biting anl 'leifting
'them in a fearful maier. A party of
inci has been organized to capture her.
At-aid of ta woman, ch? Well, we are
no-uprised, foir they are. dang-evonls
AND ex-Governor Spragteia also
received the Democratic nomination
1or. (Iovern.ior of Rhlodo Island. Thc
Charlotte Journal says: "The <ues
tionl that now harasses the plubliv
inld is, will Conkliig take the stuilp
agrainstlhiml. 1ihle has what Fealstafl,
Called a 'revercind rev!-ard for Is
heaith,' we doni't,thiik he will." The
hanghty ex-Sciator had better steer
clear of' Rhode Island.
TuI I-:, Ailaconl Telcyniph says: "We
believe in ipraver, but not inl 1miakilg
.stumip soeechecs to thev Ahnfighlty, or- inl
electionleering flo politinls inlder tihe.
covor of d.rotioial exercises. Whei
at pwencsher alssumles inl at prayer 1that1
1he Lord has18 decided ia given (tuestioln
inl favor of a given polit.iciain, anld sllg
gests 0lhaC (he people onght to ratify
tlhe Loi's decsioin, we call ;hat stunip
speaking not prayiln."
Ti-: Washiiigtoi correspomieit of
lIhe clveland Ler v.vites rather
141an1derotils)y of a South Carolina Con
giressiain. lIe says: "We have sonc
ciriouls drinkers ami1olig tile memiilbers
of the I-eset'i I lolue. A m11eimbr fromi
'South Carolina takes an Iaveiago of
liboutlor(t drinlks a day. JU 1els his
glass to the brim every time, and tells
ile har1ender his sight. is o bad f
he cn't ell owy nmmich there. is i t
nntil it gets too full. Like aull the
SoutherCiini m ieber, lie -dlways driis ;
wvhikey~ antd lie takes it straiighmt."'
."aiIn var I h U iAmmocrat. W hio
4 is lhe? Mackey or Stualls? Commituii
cations byL wayI of deniial ar.e ini oirdeir.
11.1.1oISrs haiusl 'it nercessary to
resort to the whippiing-post as the
pr'oper* and1( oily etlictual puinishmenit
fort wife'-heaters. The law pri''des
that anym~ lhuand who assautlts his
n it'e shall be whipped upon his bare
back in sone pulhic plamce, designmatcd
by law, and in athdition t her'ta. shall
sbe req]uired to pay all the costs of the
prmosecumtion. This is rather sevee
but i t.'i.s iitended to meet the dimainds
of'a veiry extraordi nary class of' cri mi..
iial, and( oni that ground it may be
diemied jiusti tiabl e. ItI woulIdit't be
atniks f'or the Legislature of' South
Carolinaif to take lie matter udeir con
sideiration1, and( P perhap Is it .miayi fhul1(
I ~~> thiat some siluch iode of' pishnent
would( furniishi more's adequ:a t e pro tec
tioni to a. certalin c'lass of' our womieni
aga Inst the er'uel anid 'ua.th.wous tre.at
mnncut of' thteir husbanids.
AN IMPORITANT ISSUE.
The only oje~ction flhat can be urged
againist pi'ogress Is that it is too show.
Ev'er Sinlce thei day's of' Solon min have
been trin~ilg to impriov'e on thle laws
of' trade, and thme impilossibilit y of' doing
this does noit ap)pear' even niow~ to be
clearly unider'stoodl by all. lint It is a
ait teir for conigr'atulmat ion with Iils t hat
t his convict ion us at l ast forcinlg itself'
uon thme general mlind. Bet er' hat e
thanii inever'. The pr'otectiv'e taifYl is
iairaignied beif'ore thle 'outr itiy, and1( weV
thinik its careerCI will soon1 beO ende:1. It
is fast losing ad(herenCits ini thle v'ery
localjiis in which it has hit herto been
looked upon as au unimix'ed blessing.
The causes operting' to pr'odnee this
benieflicint result are mcver'al. In the
first place the SouthI, nponi which this
inwlighmteoums assessmnent 'has :al wIays
fallen most heavily, is cominiig to see
h.ow~ in m uima be madn(e by nmanih'e
tuigi~ lier' (owu'l pr'ioucs, and thus thme
unniatuiral iIadvanae which New Enhg
ihmd( has so long enjoyed is bing iin a
great measuro nieut radlized. A nd
ini the second laco thle not ioni
thmat one sect ion should contruihbute
1 ' ~~gratiniousl y to the suippiort of' anlotheri,
is falling out of' hiah'nony~ with thle
amoral chiar'acter of the: AmlW'eanl peCo
ple. Thle pitiaible pilea of' the priotee
tionist is becoiming a very iusutilieienit
apology for' a gross inft'i'tgemient of'
nia(aral right. The D)emocrat ic par'ty
hats the ad vantagc of thie situationi, and
'I will it use it.
A WIJSE (CHOICE.
taken a sand uponte'ubectofth
01rous5editor'ial. It says:
Tihe Fairfld Nmaws AND) IIERALD In
speak ig of the coinlg election fot' Sp)eaker
K of the next House of lIcp)reslentatives, says:
"The Doemocratic, party canet alppreeatem
too keenly the consequencees that will fol
low fr'oim their chmolce of the Speaker' of the
.~ '~ tnext Houqe. The whole couuntry Is lookinmg
on with anxious amid breathln itere,
"Ohl It seems a.s If the fate of tho party lle
trOPi1Ing in the balaiceq. The st-ite o
Tol,ies I this country has jmtreached th(
'crisa whenl free trade or jirotedtloi or musl
recohelv a mo'tal wouuld The 1)cn0erat<
party mtist Inflict tho blow, -ad the elee
tion of .Spmkor linust decido 'on wl!cli i
Inist fall. Carllsi6 and Freo Trede o
Randall and Protedtion. ChoosO ye who"
ye will se've."
For our part, we say Carile and Frt
Trade. If the Issue must be squarely met
and we belleve t best it should be, we ar
willing to take the chanees and tho conse
(Ilelces on this platforml. 'fie peopl0 0
the whole country, as a 'people, we bellm<
4are wAl us on the side of Free Traiac, I
the (Utiestion Is to e 'sharply met and de
elded one way or the other.
A fair and moderate tariff, giving sue)
priteetion only as will not oppress thi
niasse-i of the people for the benefit of thi
few, will never, in our Jtldgient, be adopt
ed by .onigiess, hence, if -the -light i Io b
laude bethvevi a1 high Protective 'Tariff am
Frec Trade, we are strongly in favor of thv
latter, as we are firntly convinecdi that Fre
Ti'ale rather than high Proeel ion, will givi
to the mnass of tho people more real tni
A SHAM 111FUL itOWvaY cOL r;rm ft.A
V. Ii. Cash Ins1ults ani then hatm nn O
11nd1 Fie<ble Manl--F%wo P1imtolA vounkd Oj
ph--Ht in lo.kedll uP in t SLtion
3o1003 fur the Night.
FSp'rial tohe les aw il cullr'er.]
CoLUmIA. Aiareh 21.-W. 11. Cas
the soi of, the (11elist and lafe ctandi
tnte flor Congress, was in (ohltaimbl
(o-day inl consiultatioll wihi Syler i
is believed, ill regard (o mi prosec
lion of IPem0ocirtts ill tle til1t district!
It is vaid th1at, le was u-olilg to Cheslel
to look afltr ile caSs there. ('ash wit
att the GnIlind Ce ralil-I IIlotel to-ltrigl
finil"lg joudly and boatini-g!yN, and de
cliaiuimg about fraud at eleet ios. A
1111n)er of, people inl the lobivl of t<l
hotel Were observin". his lwiols will
curiosity. Accordin' to 0(ese wit
nesses (Cahsi after eighit W'lock, go
into a <hscinssionl with 31r. Jamnes I le
I-oil. one of, tIh Monlivello prisonler-s
who, Awith ot)lherls of Ot persvelle(t!
Dclocitt ', sat about Ilie stove inl thi<
lobly. Mr. herron is filIv---eve vIea
Old ald quite 1feeble. Tlev sie thal
Caich wvas bllisterinl.: abou(4t "un1fit
voniit" in Sotn - ("oilit, aild that
IIerron lasketd n imt' le iatt to sIN
t!hat there ha1td not been a "air coutml. ii
l''air-fivId. The di.assiom waxed hof,
tear, :Init ('a'hal to thr1'eatena tIme ok
Avotld retl, hi, asserltions lie wvotlltl
stuand lo liaa at. te imaes. I Irr'o
Id flut lie lid ncift ask monisileralioa
,ir his ag, anl 01ash then struck hitn
a terribe blow Iwith his 11-, whiel
.,vat ithe ol 11 I-celilil. (ti. Calh I.
phy: ivally it ghliat. liv'rrIIn is iII
r11sheld ill to selniate thei, bit Casi
t1tu11a41"( to striku. lirronl 1\04 wi4 Biot
bet'ore h1vY wvero sem paalt-4I. A I -
that Ilieri't (1( d idtnt entse( or strike
Ilit, wza. caririedt ilY ith lila otod hloinya
Thislt is tiuy beat intmal'li~ition ova'
r'emtlaieti ian the Ilbby, ailtat'ae:1lv dzar.
ing zany y'otming inam to aike ai p I Ica''rona
(1iltI'T't, amnti luptstin;g thati helbre
Gorlhe ao 111 4 no temlaal to hataat Oha
ohl man11. Ilie zan di( lihe i nespaper'm
bt kni xc(e the .u-o, s
toame I a. f'a'ana lai anatha leai:ta,
A' j)ollieniian wiI' ieat for' bay thn
propr'iilorts of' the~ hotelc, atil 'atti
uan hilte arrivc<l aat took ( 'ash zand liet.
a-oa iato culsltody. Serg'eanat Weir 1, 0i
lig f'orce, ~joined' t' tailit-er anid thlu
houset,,. llTere thaey vi w .steaem. (Cs
win-h haztt been seenI s'tickinag out. oft i
imt aloonl s pOl )o'iket bef ore' lie fraencis on.
cuirred't. Ile ha<tl ab~.o i.aa nited1 iaid
onet ollarims abtout. Ilei'oin lah in n
wietapon atuui but a fewt diolbiars. lIn thi(
giatan.ihouase Cash apolaongize<ld to Ill'rron
tior his qssault, sayinag lhe respecited~ iW
L.ray3 hiros. Th'le Pr'ison er's wer'e phe1
in cells. Pr'esently iI li'em ins fraienet
(Cme up~ ando upon0 the reprea'tsenatationst
ain:ale as5 1o his jinocenace of thle assautl
('4)1 atIent I secur'it y. C'a lahis as"ault
beOing (zagr'ani, o)ccupis~ it cell to-aight
l'I|CmjILI.1Il I Jim w' .'Ti I:| Cm! NVEsIC,
litow the Caet'stia IIMl)-ltr tfrom Eairthi'
[1. .4 /!w .'in) /'h-'ra.iWo /P-Atin n.]
We slutke handacs as a saltatiton;a
Ile~ s tantls at at distanact', andh. (hisino
both to0.ether', hie shakes t hema til an
doawn att yout. We uncover' fh.O lat
ats a innirkl oft r'e.pect t they keep lheit
I!eada cvr'ed, but1 take oaff teir shaot
ttor piolitentess. We shavet th lao uce;
they'~ shave the headt( iandI ey'br'ows,
.We t oir tinageri inails;I lhey conalide'
it. aislocmratic to have nmils t''oan llwee
to fve inichets lonag, wiach 1hev areti
(tbh gted tt pa'trotet. ini siv ear c'ases. 'I'he
Chinitiuniau's na ilstroat is out side his
coat, itad his drltaes otlshi hi1
tro11sers. We laciikten otil- shoes - Ie
whlii eas ( tin. We haiv'4e -~~i~ o u as
flh'st ouarse ait dlinnerC, iad deaet. tat
laist thaey havei' detsst at first a mi
M1 y a3II4t last. We waan tilu' wineis ice.
cotldl; the Ch'inese drla"tl< their scialdinlg
i t. W e buriy in the ear'tha; they on
WaVith iiis blat'k clothlin g is a badtge ol
!nioing;hi' withi Ihem whilie itaaenats
liialete ih'e loass (at' 'ri'eamis, ~aI tlihai
landl ofl opplosit ies it is thle ohtI maen
whotn fly kites. wvaik otn stilts, and plav
th lashuotttek , ami to k(eep a p ta thr
oudd way ott doinag thligs flter phiav the
lat ter' wiilh fthi fee', inistemia of' 'their
hm:ands. Ini ( 'hin women~taa'u do mn''
woramk, ath main are tl miaiiiaer-s, draess..
the ighlt handu is I le ltI't (of hioor
'w t ht thaemi it is tihe left aanitd. JIm datin<
let tea's we lacet't t' yeart latst ; I the
write thea year' irst. hevo' ilwv's
spenak ofi the,marlinmer's co'mmfcss (hoir
own a inven'1 oaa) tas 0 titng to thme
somht. ,We paiy (turl p)hmyic'ias wihen
wve ar'e sick ; they' pay w'hile' thev' atr'
well,but as sooni its thei' :ret sick thec
Pa,y stop s. Iilere anon l ill thlaei' eneo
nues41 '; a Chlinamanai gets r'eve'nge by
kilin g himaself'. We use' a sottltpillttw'
thmey a Itlock of' wood0(. Theyao lita ich
shipls sieways, rinag hie)lIs front the
(tutside4 uad actutally turn't thmeir' screw
bii tile opplosite d irectioni friom ourts.
Coukin't. Speatk Aibove ia Wh'ifper.
'Thhd wais (Unplin lma1 ardl ings e'xpterie(nc
atfter e'xposurel) In a violt'it stormt ofI' Lt
(Cu pte of (Good I bite. fflhunaitiona set tlied
at his tharoat, and for h while it seeinmed as
It lie wvoutld die of diphithieria. As thae
Capt(alit never goes to sea wvithouit a supptily
of I'inuv m)Ay tm's PAIN Ki LLTEn, hto knmew
just what to do. A dose of it gavo hnmte
ditue relief. *
-lThe Kewv York J1/eraMdr f\nd fot
time r'elief' of' the sulYe'rers by theo W'ot'
n floods hals r'eit,ud the sumn of $4,
TlE Fil8 2' Mit3e IFtJ G UB.
A 012nipso of (ie Lady In the Private Ga,
Iery of thle lenato.
a Ch. CAor. Spriletd Republican-.
Aimg .the 11adim i) tihe privatoal
lry ot the Senlato on 1riday ovni ng
before the adjourtinnt was MIs.
Sprague) who Is now With ler three
(lnghters at Edgewood, the old coun
try hobn of her father, the lato Chiof
Jus'tico Chase. Alld ex-Ijator 8prague
was married vesterday.. Mrs. Spraguo
sat inl the gallery with Representativo
- and Miss Crowlyc-, 'of New York, but
I think feW about, knew her or per
haPS had over seen her beflore. They
r Were all now faces, beloiging to the
prosent, but she sened to belong to
the past. a brilliant. past it Aras, wihe
she was in acknowledged leader in
Washington to-ie v and one of the
most beit-fitl -Woneh her. She is a
3 prefty wohilan even now and will
- ahNvay 'retaini much of her beuty. It
is tr1le that her face looks faded and
r.hout tI.e lovely dark eyes therm are
Worn), tired lies. But the .pro(id *pOe
of the small, tillely-fortined' head is as
marked as ever, andl, the mouth as
hanyhty, but vet b-OaUti.fil as In the
old days, when the li'ps vure parted in
siles thut were so fascinatinf. I saw
her soon afler the dtath of har father)
and then her flace, Tramed In Aho little
t black bonnet, had a touch of Madonna
i Sweetness that softenled all the proud
bearng. She hits eesuiiN colors, and
dresses wilh thz Sane exquisite taste
For whili she \vas quite noted in her
best days -those lays "h'llen sihe eln
(ered this gallelry by'her right as the
-%ife. of* at Sena1tr, andl her hushanld sat
below, a Senaitolr from R1hode Islaid.
And now she takes her seat 'as a
stranger, and as linch a straniger as
Ote of thie visitors sittili there.
Aiong a nunber oF n1oltable por
traits in 3on of the first photographic
estabslishtnent on. the Avenuti is one
of Kate Chase. It inust havo beenl
mailted nearly Ihweity years ago, as
t(t' dress is the fhito ot that day;
hiving a plaitn full skirt without'la
I' l ol, t 3r (otn h of trimill3n g. It hais a
phaiin rounld waist and IOw% Ileck, Show
ig, the shotilders .and lom, slender
heek. lirriet Lane's porthit 'used to
1111g by fthe Side of this one of Kate
Chise, ati, thoutgh sihe was t hand
sd womani, t here con1(hlbe no coml
parmisn, For the prelly head and eyes
of (it Ohio girl were too beiatiftuil to
be rivaled by the oiler. eir hair wals
wvithout a1 "1-ilp or cul1 1111d combf-d
low over lie ear1's4issiooth alo glossv
as shtill and put. up in a siinall coil at
the bak of he head. With all this
'ever. silm!plIiNiy of dress a1d hair, It
is a beautiful womuanl looking Out from
SO UT11 0,111OL11YA NEWIDS.
- aogs are reported iln marioin
coaittv. ei or twelve Wtru killed
--MIeiingetis is ra1ging in Edgefield
colultv. A liegroI boy died With the
disease ten1 hoiurs atler he was taken.
-Mr.. W. 8. Wills, of Edgetielul
e011nty,V had a Iirt't-class rat kill ingu ini
h3 linarn1 'i un last M 0onday1. lResult--onet
hundr(IIed and1( niinely. lHe has ade a
'ointj)3 heap11 otf rats, l4titir. and acid
(helCester Biulin saIvs that
Ella I Iicklit,-.colored, who lives on3
I 1ichburg,3'' heated aI 12ho13vel red hot otne
day' hist, week and1( sp)ankedl her five
en~ r'0( (ohl 11h1hiw thi it benatire the clhild
wlo'ul no4t say its prayers. ''h,e shtovel
was applied to) the ntaked skini and3 the
child's flesh was hurr3ijbly scred, A
ph.vsiciant is uttendt(ing5 thie'childl, and it
I prl)obable (that. it Wvill get well.
-Mr. Wi. C. Paritker, a intiv'e of
a tssacueIisetts, died at the Mierchan It's
lotel, ini Spar'tainburg, 03ol'lTtmrsday,
I ear 1815,, and3( lived ait the Nor't.h unt il
I 1bout twelvel -' 'nt's ago, when(1 he e-attn
b oar ih natl so,tIed at Ne'wbei'rv. lie
was a tnimber (if the tiri ol'Webb!)
Jonies & P aroker, that, did ft large buisi
It('-S tfor Severali years at thalt place,
11(e then kept a hotel for aiwhile, anid
and' theno carne to Unlioni where Ihe kept
the hotel for two year's. -lie was11 2i
so:luited withI Colonel Sp)ehlts ill the
Merchiant's jIlotl. lie Ilaves a wileg
one( .SOn and1 one0 daiughater' the otnly
sur3'vivig 1iom)bers of his famnily).
-Mr. Johni Kearner, of Landsbford(1
wile walkitng on3 Ite track ohf tIhe
Clhera v & (hester 112airoad, at 'hie.
(cer, onl Wed II(sday1 aterni'Iooni hearing
11: ut ip-trin of the Charulotte. Coilii
thie tracek of' thatu road, stepped fr'om
huis lace' of saftety te C2hartlotte tralck;
and wa'ts tahitost unmIteditely'S siruck byv
thle pilot of' the enigin~e, lie was
thrown a consider'able dhi.4tan0, his
sku 131was (3rujshled, and3( (one leg and21
ohne airi wats br'okent, causing' death11
ahite' mtat*ily. VTe de00cse wa~s
ii a ..(1 of' sevenIty, year3' old, 311 Irtish
I .by b)irth, and( ridei(td at Litds
sa.vs: "'Neer befoire sinlce Ai ken has
baeen kniown* as a favoije healhth resor1t,
hav'e We l3nd at anyti Onc timte so) many31
v'isiIors amIottg.st its as ai' re r 11, )'-r'
euit in towna. Net only are the Iligh
lanid Par1k and( Paritk Avenue ho0t.(l.r
t'ul , hut every~ boar'din1g-ho01nel Is (3v(h.
1lfi wmg, and3( manyl)~ par1ties .have beent
telegra'lphzed to thrit there is ''31 more)3
rooti'" 123 towni just. now. IIf sue.h
anot01heri seas1on is to, over'1take hus as ini
IMI -5, 0131 3rinids of thle Ji Ighland3
P'ark 1f(Ie 01t3ompany wouldo (1weull to
ex lendi their pre'(senIt aiilrad Iiarge and3(
ele(ganIt, acconnuiiodlations l>v addin h
annIothier' tg to the P'a'i Aveuu
A r:1A r(NF.l) 0 l4.:r.N...W.---Ai At'
kansaw 1non1 arr'iign2ed bef'ore ai ju3stice
(3f the0 peace, be'camte intdignant ,'and3( in
rep1ly~ to a1 stattm'etnt rnaiide by' the mahig
sistrat,- r01nutr'ked: "'Yon ai-3' 31 lim-3'
sire~ you a-.ro a1 lia." '"'ll fine v'ou i fa'v
(lh.zIls,"' aid thei .justieer "and1( itf von
don3'i Paly the aintolt, inutnediat ely,'['ii
send( yout to jalil.'"
".htdge, I do not possess flfty do(l
bl 'Then take hhnti to jaf~f, Mi'. Coitsta
"'10(1oid n jiidge/'' said the 13nan1,
thou hw'ihy, .'why~ aitn I to geOto jail.''
'i"or calhu I g me3 a liaur."
"I mean3t.t tha-t y'ou was~ not a liar.
sa1id I wt'ec t hat you~ were a l!art. and it'
two ne(%.atifven fuake atn aflrmiative,
I wuo alflimatives ought to inake one
I"Tha t's a fact.," replIed the Jutdge.
''"IRed to be good-ia aa'ithnetic', blit f
have largotteni a gr'eat donrI..' Give. me
your hand, sir. Mr. Cter'k,- Ane the
State teat dllarts, andt give the money01
to thisleth3edgn(o1'. rsna
- lsIoff11 shemiceal coirmnid that
5'I~~ ht113 a id tz '31thl Ji WR'8 '
% . Ogorously push a businest,
%trength to study a professidiq
?trength to rigulate a household,
istrength to do a day's labor with
out physical pain. All this repre
sents what is wanted, in the often
eard expretsion, "Ohl I wish I
had the strength!" if 'you ar .
brbkdn down, have not energy, ot
feel as if life was hardly worth liv
ing, you can be relieved and re.
ttored to robust health'Ad strength
by taking BROWN'S IRON BIT
TkfRS, wh16 is a true tonic-a
for alIatiig diseases.
' 5oz N. Freuxont Er' haltimore
During the war I was in,
(ured in the stomach by a iece
of a shell, and have suffered
from It ever since. About foui
- easago it brought on aral.
ins, which kept me in bed six
hionths, tnd the best doctors
in the city said I could not
live. I l'stffered fearfully from
indigestion, and for over two
years could not eat solid food
and for a large portion of the
time was unable to retain eved
)iquid nourishment. I tried
Brown's Iron Bitters and no*
after taking two bottles I am
able to get up and go around
andi a japidly improvingk
WliWN'S IRON BITTERS Ii
h complete and sure remedy for
indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria,
Weakness and all diseases requir
ing a true, reliab!e, non-alcoholit
tonic. it enriches the blood, giVs
inew life to the muscles and tonb
to the nerves&
II WHEN TREATED WITH
Penyv Davis's Pain Killer
This g~onderful kemiedy has saved tho
*lives of* many, many children
who were almost dead with
" The sirna pronounced n y ao ii.
. ac 'itanPrry Davia' aan Kilersved my
DRUGGISTS ALL KEEP IT.
One [iudred .larrelIs F"lour, all Grades.
TIwo Cairloads Rled liuit Prouof Oat..
L,ard in Hlarrebs, Btu'kets anid Catns, aid a
suppy o Baon,Mea, ParlGrits and1(
StiI1l haVu a ?4Mw barre'ls' Chiie' er
l(eans MIOlasses, Golden Syrups, also
.Sgals-i'aluiItlaed, Ot foaf, Nulverized
Coffees-Old GIove'rnment .Java and( threb
'ra.-G reen anid Bllack.
V,inegaIr--W~hite WVinei anid Cider.
Ioivs atnd I4lo't Stocks, T1rac'es, H amet's
a)('Indhme:Strings, Plow-Lines and
K. Back Binds.
f R. Flenniiken
UNDIERT1A KER' S
T A M[ pAased1 to ltnformn the pubhlic that I
have otn handi a fall line of
Etc., antd ami profphr t d aytin i
the ~t oatyllt i
We ask for ai shIar of te paZt5onage.
JY. M. ELiOTTi", SiR,
o N March lst in 4t., 1 hougcht the etiro'
* stock of goods of .F- M. BCA'lTY
CO., and1( expet to e4hthntte the bus~linei. I
as het4'fjore alt. the old4 stantd, "'T'lit l
OI? ;1911 fSTl'( JC."' 'lThanks to' all for
'ast4 patrontage, antd byv close appilentlin tol
manistess, fair dealig a11Ind hlitng goodi.
of standarid khids at cIlose proft,- f shali
feel confitentt or the conatued patronage
of Alanty thrtoutghot our town and county.
J. M. IEA''bt.
All pe sY Iidebted to the old flrnt of
J: M. JIEATrY & CO. are 1'eques'ted (o
Comc iat on1ce and tmake sett lemient to the
lliderslgned.. All accounts to Match tt
Intt. ni,ttst be pid t.
SPE C IF I CI,
TI T I. r UY WONDO? '
REMEDi HAS NE
LA~~, VZ~ '1OfUR
Its opeedy action upon all Bronohial OiA
Pul'A' onio Aleotions'is boy'?nd belief
to'those Who have 'neverbried it
or. se&l. It uad.
It spddily allays Bronchial and
monic 'evers. It is a wonderful
N4X[PEOTORANT AND H E A L E I.
It keopE -the dk6st-ito i)nd \ifnary or
plans fn a natural and healthy co'ndition
ftRIFIES THE BLOOD,
In'stantly rolieves niAht sweats, gon6Webs
of appetito and general debility. It has
been known oMy f6ur'years and
HAS NEVE leAILED TO PERI&E CT
Any one Afilhtetd with what is genoially
considered death's aVi coider. cojnilip
tion, can be cured for $2.50, $5.00 or
S10.00.acording to the staigo which th4
diswso has reached. No ltient hits yet
tken $10 worth boforoacuro waA fitWted.
ro SPECIFI is r'b6'ommended only ?or
pulmonary aftedti66s, and those deioin
to use it can do so by sending their ordeii
to the Proprietors of this paper or direel
to me, stating that you saw this advertin
ment in tio Winnsboro Nuws mD iEnLD.
Chf-es Rlaeumatimin gqther acuto or ohron
io, in frdhi ight to ten days.
irice by Expr%1ss, $5 per IYVo
DR. J. W. WALKER,
hhe Bd FRANKLINT61q, Ni C%
AN) FEED STA1E3
IfHORSES, MARES AND mV18
TWNTY.r-Trw head of fat Kentuck3
mir11-s just arrived in addition to .t-ck oI
haninl. ltrroke aund unbroke mules froii
thr.p t o six years(olat I also hai sevecraI
WMdiisof boi s4fles 0 IUd s tid th edhI:
binedI horses, well gaited and( findE drlivers,
and suoe trood mafrt-n ild ai lot ofI >hIit
mubl's, whieb 1 wfi sell cheap for CS Si,
or oin timen until next fatll, hy. rsons nuik.
ing me1& sa tisfactory ipa >ers, either by whole
sale or retanil. Orhedt Indu'ceinents offered
to eiin1 buyors. 1 dkofry compe.i,Ina,
BUY THE P.AlaMETT'O WAG'ON OFl
-- -ULYSSE~ G. D)ESPORTES.
TIhose Indebted to us are requested to
settle al once. We have been patlent but
forbearance sometimes cease's to lbe a yvrite.o
MC.MASTEn1, UnriE & K i'lLlitN.
. ekeep on hand a large stock of ic ~i
5f ik, Pens, Pencils, Blank
M riiing TIahiets, Blibles, I I.fat Books;
also the popular literature of the day, as
the Seaside Library; Franklin Square
MCMASTEnI, BRiICE & KEiTCJ[JNr
FENS% QARDEN 52.DS AND
We have on hand a hirge stocke of' ad
d1en1 Sbeds: also some Fiei Seeds aml
Flower Seeds, from Bulst, Landreth,
Sibley, Ferry, Crosma:n and Reed. So all
customers nliay be p)iense.
MCMAsEn ,B muicE & KEiTOIIIN.
W RnAI'PPI NGiA1Pitk.
We call the attention of merchants and
others to our large stock of wrapping pa
per, ( onsisting of Whie w per,
.3lam lh, (Graiy Wrap It ind ewaha
amd Pa per I ags.
W'o sugtgest that If merchants can hu?
these articles fro)m us as low as from abroao
freight added, it Will lie an adlvsnts ge to
retaim withbin the town the sminll (co1iin11 sasol?
charged rather than pay It to strangers.
McMAsTn,iucjex & KETCIIaN.
JUST R ECEIVEP
W ii fave jst rebive'1 0 folIoWIag[
af rcaill lIInee Mea, somnething' 9'es
Buck wheat. and?
e e Oiop Neow Orleans Molasses.
JT. F~. McMAAST ER 4& CO.4
N jbofOUTSIDE PAIN'fING, toJ'
bedrbeand prop,erJf donie cana'
.J be so hyui tebs fliaterfai ofA
,INSIiEI) OILan Ure; arl E arIFDo
lower than usiutaly iAnd FURE AT1LA NTrI
and LO)UI8VILLET LEAD, RAW an
iOIL,ED LINSEED O.[L, can be had at
the D)rug Store of
Also, one b.;rrcler COA 'LAf9 ae
I Xy no* heto hiltoVe 'pirIe.
GOODS I have eVet 'fro6ght %o this mWrket,
Iealgim i1 every dephrtmelt, and at Pies 4
'a mo% etensive elibliShhWiA't in (dAimi
tion'with Vi or i, I $111 ddh6bd&the
ITaving lYo% Ml'tsto add for bad db
thal hereofore. I on%faoter feiit'cMw
pies for the blltott (owD, as N%fo is 0 no m1
iian ho i 1ay' It Is simply a dehlusimn
WINE-, BRANbiS, LI
'OF tHB ao
MEtALS HAD A'
ffUTAT BZ SOLD; AND IT
At prices iihitidfd1 dP iii WIiBB
QIJOAKS AND DOLMANE
Coiiiid see hiow LOW I
Will be sure to in'vecst soind of'
. E~i WIII ditring the ifibent week move oa
.present s.tand, inito the room now oc
keep a F11tST-CLASS stock di
nOT S AK! N. tO.E0S,
Andi will continii io #6i1 them k i libot
Til order to reduce stock.
COME ANb HEA
IN addition to the above9 1Ed N#1i add, af
Of all kf(fd-Stayle ''* *aney. We cai
getting anything gron 'g7ii, and may also be
We return thannks to our friendsI andi the
di solcit a continu'iiee. If you wish a' hd(
li no o.r certini way of havrfg it-than b:
T STiAtie A
'be YA~go tel~fttrs of Foreign Frui
tnd 0fe6Ithing 0180 that a first-1lses V
e pubbis of ti16bost isi RING
consl8tifbi all 'ewd eftbrlcs annA
hat defy conpetition. Ab I 01;'t to ope'A
NA IUM11re'rat of 'fi' i onnec'
oining season f&
t0, I will dbll goods at evM i -6aller profit
Af trade that Ilket 1'Uy gods at boiton.
%n *W boys goods dh 'tie as cheap as th4
tO MV0at' 'WtI. 1111 quoto prices
rr4 FI.k A" $.?.v
QUORS All- CIGARS
3 -ISt krER DA.
i' ALL HOURS.
"1LL l.N Of#E-nED FOR
Af LkEss TiiAN COS'T .
auti offering goods; and goti
tour spare change.
led by Mr. cIUi6 6i' wil ot1. 1 4
H ATS, .E T.; M
69 j'oiibl6i f$fl&6 Wo IM6 Now offering'
.R OIUlf PRICES.
ber removal; K ftll and 6npleie stok
sue ofti u Iea ~
pu)i fr tepatrn a we hav ereivd4
JL1 4# LA&tDERDALE1.,.
Tat it is thle ackfnowledg I a lertn
th Ade is a fac IF b ci-ot be di
The Largest Armed
'~ft most lcuit I Woodwor
AN i is1 *AUA?4rnn
To be0 made of tihe best material.
T . e~ co'ple ' L ever resi ec
For Sale by
Agens wnte noccuie t 'rI
v1 OMsI SII G MCIINE' CO.
h In 81 oiutl offer for sale a
ED WI.TI DIkW.?4T