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cOmpletely, aiwerked, and for that
reason his hyoel aa04 say that his Im
provement id40 thgerent stroko of
paralysis must be very slow. The
uttending pbyslidan sas -that there
has been vary little chaigo in his con
dition for the past few days.
THs , Federal quthorlties at San
Franeisco bave directed a communica
tion to the head of the Government
denying the report that the Chinese
Embassy which recently landed at that
port were treated discourteously by
Amerleans. The collector says- that
no complaints have been made on
account of a failure to extend due
Mn. O'NEIL, of Mi8ssouri introduced
a resolution In the House of Repre,
sentatives on Friday, sympathizing
with the English Premirr in his effort
to secure a free government for Ire
land, and congratulhting the Irish
people upon the encouraging pros.
pects of securing for themselves self
government at no distant day. It was
objected to by 31r. Cox, of North Car
olina, and thereby its considetation by
the House at that time was defeated.
Oun country has hardly witnessed a
more determined effort upon the part
of any class of people to secure their
rights than is now in progress in the
West. The strikers in their demand
for justice have asked for nothing but
what they should havo, and in fact
their demands have been exceedingly
reasonable. Failing to scoure an ad.
justmeat of t'eir grievances they have
asked for an arbitration which has
been persistently i'efhsed by the tyrant
Jay Gould, who still attempts to show
that his millions are superior to labor,
and that it must bow the knee in hum
ble submission. As a direct- result of
this effort much blood has been shed,
and the probabilities are that much
more will be shed. While we are op
posed to violence in any form where
there is law, there Is still a period
where forbearance ceases to bo a vir
ON o18o0T OP ALL THrE VrrL.
Vapt, Bayne D~eIeekin Locates It in the
Power Enjoyed by a Oligarchy of Law
yer.---Some Novl Suggeuttons.
' .Mes. Editors: Several commnnuni.
eations on the subject of the one in
closed, have at various times, lately,
been sent to me, and I WaIs preparinlg
anl article for your pap)er whenl Capt.
McMeekin's letter camne. After a care
faul perusal of this letter, I have con
eluded to ,Aend it to you for publieatioti,
although, as you see, it was inttentded
as a p~riv'ato communication. Should
miy friend Capt. AM. feel aggrieved at
the liberty I have taken with lis letter,
I hope that lhe will be mollified wvhen I
say thlat I considered it so muchl better
than the article iln course of' prlepara
tiona by me, that I concluded to sub
stituite and endorse It at once.
T. W. W~oonwann.
OAPTAJN McMEE1IIN's LIET.
MAJ. T. W. W oonwAnnD - Dear
Priend: Is thlere any good cause for the
complaints made by tlfrmers froml every
quarter of' the State? I feel asbsurett
the question has received due and intol
ligenltconsidterat ion from1 you,anid byen.
tui'e to assumne youir conenrlrenlce in1
the answver. Thlere is cause for the
complinlts. Are these corn plalint u wvell
directed? [t is mnanifest, tile cause or'
causes of' grievances musitt be undersi
stood beforo rational efforts cani be
made to remove -them. Thle plthl of
the compilints, I thinkh is thalt tile
governmenlt is oligarchicail. Thlat we
are governed by an oligarchy of law
yers, to the exclusion of all otiher
classes, is too plain1 to be denied. This
must constitute tile great gr'ounld ot
complaint; for I am unable to percve
that charges of criuption or mnalad
ministrations can be justly made. Tis
then being a correct statement of the
ease who is censurable? Assuredly,
.the0 Armers themselves. Thley are Sob
nearly all, thlat they may appropriatelv
be called "the State", anld as they are
by nio means destitute of inltelligenee,
Inlformnation and becoming pride, it Is
singular thoy have permitted this state
of affairs to supervene. The explana
tion seems clear, and brief tpoverty,
apathy and want .of or'ganlisation),
wblie per qontra, the lawyers, from
thae chiaracter and business of thleir
prof'ession, are oi'ganized, pre'par'ed
and Watshtl. TheQ claim that they are
able ad honuest, I believe, is true; lbut
this attgments the danger, sInce con
tinuned etabm ission by the people, iis, for
thia very reason, to be apprehen~tded,
and no people cn .long submit to a
oligarchy and retailn patrilotlsm and a
proper standar'd of ef-respet and
virtue. Thle whole people of South
Carollup, tile lawyers us Well as others,
ar'e interested therefore, in arr'estintg
the cour'se of-afraire.
U~pon investigaitionl, wvhat do we dia
cover? lbt. Thle Satnate composed
almost entIrely of lawyers. 2nd. Th'ie
Speaker of the House, a lawyer. 3d.
.The judiciary committee comp11osed
of lawyers, and the chair'man of ntearly
all the committees, lawvyers. T1hev
hlaye clearly the control of tile legisla
tive machiner. . lan
Th renaedy for thIss bpa nbt
perhaitps not in easy reach: 1st. WVe
shottid see to it that a muajority of the
Senatora are farmers. 2nd. That tile
Spa r of ftshe ouse is a fhrmer.
I.. T a&~~ i an and a majority
oe.a 1 aM4Ii e mntieps in both
Hotds6' i re. Q course this
t~gt~ir. ~ ~fthe Ibrmers,
as d he meqmboy's
o "ta' w" b~fo' the convening
--.t b Ofa Snic
o rpro "floa'll
u he o00 ts
It') ooan"the -
y e t re. to.o it p
ntnes n:ecessary, in order tp be 'in
fornied as to any law, not 'oily :to
eonsult the Act, but also the h4terpre
tation thereof by thie bench. Obsdtfr
ity and confuhion are the consequences
to all except the lawyers. There is,
besides, this grave objection: the
bench Is tie grbat legislative power of
the State. Now, however pure and
able and patriotic ouriJudges-aro and
nothing can be urged againt them in
reference to these qualities-this is too
much power to be placcd in their
hands. A constlitutional amendment
may be needed to remedy this evil, but
it should be cured. No interpretation
by the bench thap modifles, in the
slihtest degree, a law, should have
authority until such modification shall
be confirmed by the Legislature.
Ropectfully, vour itend
P. 8.-By the foregoing I do not
wish to be understood as being in
favor of oaganizing the farmers agalum-t
the lawyers or any other class of people,
but simpily for the purpose of securing
a people's government.. If the law vers
had only one-tenth of the number they
now have In the Legislature, they
would have no right to complain.
They would in that case have a large
representation thqn their numbers
entitle them to.
Referring to tie deprivation of the
bench of the legislation fuections now
en.foyed by-it, Ido not mean that their
duty of expounding lite constitutional
aspect of laws should be infringed.
Monticello, 8. C., March 30, 1886.
HOME IRULE FOit IRELAND.
Gladstone Outlines his Proposed Measures
for tho Itolief aid Protection of the
Irish Peole...A General nud Profound
Thursday was the day set apart for
the submission by Mr. Gladstone, of
his home rule >ill to the House of
Commons. From the moment of his
appearance on his way to Parliament,
the enthusiasm of the people know no
bounds, and after he entered the
t1ouso cheer after cheer greeted the
Premier, while the demonstration on
iho pait of the Liberals and Parnellites
was such as was never before wit
nessed in England. In presenting hise
bill G:ndstone said' "the tine has ar
rived when both honor and duty re
quire Parliament to come to a decisive
resolution, and liberato itself from the
restraints under which it has for late
years ineffectually struggled, and roe
store legislation to its unimpeded
course." le calls for a harmonlous
relation between Great Britain, and
Ireland, such as Englishmen, trishnen
and Scotchinen will have a like inter
est in. le referred to the coercive
measures which have been in force
from time to time, and deprecated any
further resort to such measures, clai
Ing that tho flirt condition of civilized
life In Ireland demande thist the ).Qple
nave confidenco in and sympathy withm
the laws governing thenm. The solui
tioni of tihe problem 1108 in the estab
lishmient of a Parliament at Dublin
.m'o. the co~nduct 'of legislative anid
admninistrative busuiness, with an ('<juLt
abhle distibutioni of impllerlal Ifunds.
The Intent ion of the bill is lint. the
Parliament at Dublini shall be dr'al ini
character, and composed of two orders,
eaceh of which shall have power to
veto thie acts of thie ether, the first to
be comphosedi of 103 and the seconad of
206 mfemblers. Twenity-ighti of the
Irish peers will conltieluoi to sit In tihe
ilouiso of Lords, and~ they will be
grantied thie op~tIon of having life seats
ini the first order of the prhoosedi Par
liamnent. T1hme office of' vipeor, is to
remain, but to be nion-p~olitioi horie
aifier (lie Ir'ish constabmulary will also
remai nundcr the same nutiorit y as at
ipresenlt.. The proposedl Pariliament
will be empowered to deal with mat
I ers affecting~ trade anld navigation,
eolimage, Wce ihs and measures, and
postal afflairs. 'IlT entire proceeds
arising from cusiomas andi exciso duties
in Ireland wil be held for the benefit
oft that country, the fun ads to be used
for thle d1ischlarge of Just olbligati.>ns,
and the excess, if alamy, to be pi aced In
the Irish exenecquer. Powver of un
posinig taies Ia also ganuted, but.1it
shall not interfecrp with the preroga
tive of thie crown, in army, nmiyal or
Gladstone's mntroduction of this bill
has produced a p~rofound~ sensation, as
wvell lin ireland as in England. D~oubtsn
are exp~ressedi of thme practicailiy of
the scheme. 'he Parniellites object to
the~ feature which gives the hereditary
nobility, in the prnoposed Irish Parlia
ment, the right to defeat or, at all
events, to stave off legislation lookIng
to the extension of popula~r rilghts in
Irelh id. TIhme progress of the nmeasurie
will e wvatchmed with wvidespread in
Ike Denmandedi the Proof.
Judge Montgomery had a queer case
before him at Dayie Court last week.
Agray-lbeaded man was arraIgned for
disurbmrreligions Worship). When
tihe Roy.. Ar. Round was preaciling in
the most interesting part of tne die
course,. the brother jumpled uip frorry
the audience and Raid: ''You are
wrong ini your statement; I demnand
scrnitural proof." ile was asked to
sit down, and Mr. Ilouund proceeded
with his sernmn. IHe had not gone fair
wvhen the brothmer ipopped up asrain and
said: "I demand scrIpt ural proof for
thatl state nent, sir." lie wvas again
asked to sit downm and be quiet. i~e
refused to do so, anid persisted In his
demanud for thie "Scrip~tural proof."
WVhereupohn Lhp preacher got down
from his pulpit and le him out. lHe
wasn indIcted for disturmblng th, sner
v'ices, and~ the onaly plea his lawyer
made was that lhe had. lived in Texas
lffeen years; but thatt was a clincher.
-Concor d ( . C.) 2ame.
What a Mississippi Pilot Says.
Capt. Di. M. Riggs, who Ia well
known at New Orlans and along (lie
Mississippi river, says, "I have been
sufiferinig from Dyspepsia for the past
five years, and from brokon rest, by
severe pais In .the beweh amnd id
neys. 1 .tried every niedicietn recom
mended for these diseases, wlthott
sucese, -At last I used a bottle of
Drown's iron. ltters, whli proied a
per'feet success In may osso." it cures
all live', kldney'and m rIsnah disoases.*
-Secrtaryw Mani n~ continues to
improve. 0948 Ni tted to get
onut of lied alid sit np ~ ort time on
Thnendayvfenit,.aM siance h.is
titt to 46
bnlsin .0 r i?
glow 0 Q ua around the 4
similjr appOuranoe of ninh less 'intotise
ity . has been oppaipilY noticed
arounit the full. thoo o1ery bear'
The most exporlnced- obsoriers of
sky-colors are aeed that this Oeren:
was not visibl., ifore the latter. nionfhlu
of 1888. Von iazold, of Muhich, :who
was cousidero the mo16st coi Ptent
meteorologist to, prejparo a so'ede for
observations on the colors of tho fly 1tt
the reont Goehian Arctic- edpoition,
says that, inuapito of the close attention
hq had previously glvtoi to tltu', appe
anco of the usual whitish glow around
tho sun, he had neVer tI. regontly soon
the dusky ring. Thollon,' of 1ice who
had made a speoOiIl study-..ofi the sky
around the sun for a sories of yeitrs, de
olares coafidently that a ch " occur.
red in November, 1888. Bat) ieso; of
Sunderland, who has a careful record of'
parholla for twenty-live yearq, confirm$'
this opinion. We may, therore, safely
accept the conclusion that the change of
color from the blue of the opon sky to
the intenso glaro of %hltislh light oloso:
aroun} th4 ,un, was untl latelyff4
.without' the appearanooof any t68dish
tingo in the transitional area.
The now corona,'to 'which the name
of "Bisholps ring" has beon given after'
its first observer has tever been a very
conspicuous affair, and therefore has not
attained the popular attention that It
deserves; but It could etsily be scen
every clear day last vinter, and has re
poatedly been noticed since then 'in the
latter - months of 1885.-,-Wfliam. X.
Davis, it ;Ppolar Science ) nthly for
An Antiseptic Climate.
One of the most curious results of my
observations is that the climate of Da..
maraland possesses what we might call
an antiseptic character for soveral
months of every year. The quality is
an attendant of the lon annual drought.
Every living thing suffers during that
period for the excessive heat, and much
comfort is impossible, even In theshade,
while, in places exposed to the warm
winds, the thernionieter hias risen to
129 degroes; and the sand, unmoistoned
for six months, becomes so hot that I
have seen eggs hardened in it. This
arid heat is opposed to the propagation
of ferment, for it dries up everything
that is exposed to the wind before it has
timo to sour. No manifestations of ta
berculosis are known. Wounds of overy
kind heal remarkably quickly and well,
without enough suppuration taking
place to mako the handages stiok, The
manner in which largo, neglected
wounds heal of thelselves wold form
an interesting study for a professional I
surgeon. I observed a vase of a Herero
wo 103right lower arm lid been shat
tored in battle by a misket-ball. The
healing process had worked itself out in
such a way that the wliolo lower arm
with all its nmuseles had iecome wither
ui and useless, while the upper-arm
bonio wvas whole aind covered tit its lower
end onily with giio tey skin 411 tihe
usces and la~igements pf ip dbow
joint hmad vaiheid, wvhile the sh)Ialder
muheles rominedl'(, so0 that the unipleas
zant spectace was pres9ented of the man
aIpearig to gesticulate with his bones.
A womum hived at our station whose
teet had been harharously vut off' in
somle war several years bekore, so that
her captors might moure easily get oil'the
iron ornament whlich the hlerero womeni
wear on their anikles. Although thle
woman hlad to lie helplt'ss for a long
time, her wvounds evenltually healed up,
and now she lhas been hlopping around~
on hdr knees for thirty year&.-C. G.
iuttner, in Popular .Science Monthly
Thle Childhsoodl ogt'lijap4 penglf
It 18 plensanmt to icturo' tile childhood
of tha man wyho was afterward to bo the
founder of Pennsylv'ania. It was spent
chiefly ha WVanstead. He wvent to Arch-.
b.ishop IHairsniott'si schoo00, at tihe neigh
boring villago of Chigwell.
IBefore he4 left. school. lie believed him
self to have beeni the subject of a spirit
uial viusitationi. It was his twelfth year,
wvhen lhe was alonea in his room, lhe tells
us. "lie was suddenly surpri.sed with an
inwardl comfort; aiti , as lie thought, an
external glory in the room, whiichI gavo
rise to religious emotions. dluring wvhich
hle had the strongest convictions of the
lyph)g of G~od, and thlat thme soul of man
was ditah al OiJn'i 94foli 99mmpnlation
with m." Io seems to have( Jooked
uipon tis as ai first onhi to a holy life.
But his conviotions can not bo dated
from tils event. whieh was probably
nothing more than tile waki dreaum of
a boy whose consciousness of 11gh and~
hlyl thinlgs was springing Into life.
Iis education was carefully looked
after by Is p~arents, who probably dos
tined hinm for the pulble service. For
some yogra ijo studiead umder a private
tutor at ilife father posidopcoe on Tower
H i. It was not urnt il after tile restora
tio thaat lhe was eintoredl as a gentle-.
mani-commoner at Chmrist Church, Ox
ford. Yet, soon1 after h10 commlenced
residence at time University, ho came
tunder tile Puritan influence. 'Perhaps
of all sects, none were at that time more.
discrodite/ tiuln tile Society of Friends,
Bu oa Q d ,.olyp vies Wr aught
by a notab~ preachler, \'hoa or, a
ditscle~l of George Fox, who was destin
cml to exorcise the greatest lutluene over
William P~enn, Tihomas Lee was i
prisoned for his faith, but nt~beforo his
teachinugs had tatkon loot, and- William
Penn headed a little band of uder
gradiuates in resisting fthe new mandlatos
against Non-conformity I With' the
walls of Christ Chiurdh, Penn orgAhized
a little congregation of his8 own, just as
in the next centuary Wesley' formed an
other inaide tihe p~reeincts of Lincoln
College.-'f/e Quiver /or February.
A poylyo on Second strees plled
the 'boll of a house at )Q g'lok the
other evening afud sid, to the lad who
came to the door: "Madame, a man
whose actions are very suspilous jus
just entered the yard by the alley-gate.
Wouldn't it be wvell for tnoe to scareh the
promnises?" "0, -no, sir," she' sweetly
replied. "th~lat suspicious person is my
husband. Whlen lie edplos home sober
he enters at the front door. -When he is
tighut h10 szeaks in ei the bAek gate,
YIon noeod never raise t larni over
him1. "-Detroii Free Press.
A studlenit at tile University of Texas,
whose home is at Brtrnhiaut was 'kbout
to start home to enjoy th thistmas
holids'ys,, rbd ekkd "You
haveig t got ytnur wvateh on. -You& ouah
not to go hiopi witlWut your etinfo
"What do I want A watch for at ou
hamnP There ibn'- akwnbroker shop
In' the tnwn,." r 'Wmaga
A it there #0e
'*A10,\ tng 1htimo 'when Its little
eory shtdbotld. 'Te ark4anila
rtt aMfho ap"w~ dedaged, but
he (nearys tl0 ,wholept
ed , t. was abbpt two ft
tilo for s fo ethi ag like.forty foot from
the roottho )eth of the otion re
ovd. The n" caused a good deal
.0 Int'oet In imfbg theo1ha4bitanth of that
neighbotiood, and a number of baso.
ball bats were made from the log, oneo.
count of the crious manner Jn whlch It
Akhq~ p.O . .II'll. l
had erved , hah of the
hshot of Lake
NOo 'orence, and
"Ofo I, re than the proaent
A the lke. The
it come from,and
4i wha ianner,
was iM Jtis groat 4epthiP" is
01n which migh1 engage the attetion
of'so9.?r9fa or of geology..
I III persist in 'burning for a
long t a krosene oil lahip, or fAlling
your bed-roonI with. heated gas, you
Med h -prepare t retlr6 with very
strong Jibes of getting a good night'a
rest. It iou will allow a vase of flowers
to remain there over .one .day without
changing the water, or, If you will have
pny plunbor's work in your rooln, li
stead ushg a portkple washstand,
-basin and 1 pcer, It Isll1 to no patpose
that yoU, insist that you are - very pra.
dont in regard to your health. As to
the question, "How much outside air
shall I lot into my roQnIP" we lve
notlhing to say. If you iaro an invalid,
your tootor must tell you; if you are
well, and enjoy-n souit imind. yoA can
judge for yourself. You know, or
ought to kiow, how mllucl you cani
bear. Only SeO to it that, th'4 air is
fresh; that wlit you nw'i3 I. an!i
provueont on %ytat you .end out. --.mr
qaret S.i:. ou. in Idmnut lions'. . '.i.
obd I&sults in Evpry Cae.
D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper
dealer of Chattanoogo, Tenn., writes,
that he was seriously afflicted with a
severe cold that settled on his lungs;
had tried many remedies without ben
efit. Being induced to try Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, did
so find was entirely pared by uIse of a
few bottles. Since vhich time he has
used it in his family for all Coughs and
Colds with best results. This is the
experience of thousands whose lives
have been saved by this Wonderful
Trial Bottles- Free at McMaster,
Brie & Ketchin's Drug Store.
An End to Bone scraping.
Edward Shepherd, qf Harriaburg,
Ill., says "Having received soi much
benefit from Electric Bitters, I fol It
nay. dty to Jet sufibring humianity
know it. Have had a runming sore oln
my leg fo'i' eight years; my doctors
told lpe I *ould have to the bone
scraped 'or leg' aptat~d. I nsee,
instead,'three bott-les of Electrie Bit
ters and seven boxes of Biucklena's
Arnica Salve, and mny leg ib now
sound and well,"
Electi kMitters arp sold at fifty
cents a bottle, ansd Bucklen's Arnica
Salve at twenty-five cents per box by
McMas ter,. Drie & Ketchin. *
Biucklen's Arnica Malve.
THE BEsT 8ALVE in the world for
Cuts, Bruises,' Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rlheum, Fever Sores, Totter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cares riles
or no pay requh'ed. It is guaranteedl
to give perfect, satisfaction, or m~oney
refu nded. Prica 25 cents per box.
For sale by McMaster, Br'ice & Ket chin.
ADVICE TO MoTHNHCI.
RS. WNLO' SOTn4G YR U P shoul al
oureswind c'oIc,'andii, ti.e best edfor
fliarrhal. Twenty-fve cents a bottle.
COLJUM BJA, f4. 0.
RF N 1 TO BSINfEBS PA R T OF
0W' Hot and Cold Biaths free to guests.
The only First--Class Hotel in
Columbia run at $1.50 per Day.
W. M. 1WELSON,
.-OwnR AND) EPn!E'RToR.
Otard, Duey& Co.'s Cognac
Brandy, Tible Flavor Holland
Gin , G.H. Mumm & Co.'s .Chamn..
pagne, -Itdes's Royal1 Belfast Gin
ger Ale,a Fure Jamaica Rum,
Genuine Port' and Sherry Wine,
at F. W. Habonichat's Salbon.
- J$ ETS,
* . IDLE
,4ea~i~l HA 8
3(ention~ t~T S p(0
NKRV SPFROST "I
CHILLS AND YEVERS,
PAINq I T=x -BACKG 4SIDA$
IMP UBLOOD>'- 2,
R *I. V
r M 'SALA BYIA LL DRUGGIS
TA A i ND OTHER.
W WE AYE RECEIVED OUR
and requestA an inspection by our custom
er and th trade generally, both In and
out or Town,
We have a fine assortment of
wicalcos at 5 cents.
IiTDress Goods from 8 cents up.
WBlack and Colored Satins.
WVelvet Brocades in different color
- WHITE GOODS. -
We have INDIA L AWNS A T - F'iVE
CENTS' per yardi.
WFurnishing Goods and
WHats, for men and boys.
fWce are agenits for the
THlE BEST AND OIHEAPEST SHIRTS
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
DueDurham Oigarettes, js
received at F. W. Hfabenichit's.
ONE THOUSAND POUNDS TINTED,'
COLORS OF KA LSOMINE.
A full and new supply of Gold and
Bronze Paint and Diamond Dye's, just re
received at the Drug Store of.
W. E.- AI(N.
NORMAN PERCH10RION SITATLlO10d
May be found as follows, until further
Winnsboro, Mlarch 29.-31.
Blackstook, AhrIl 1-3.
Beli'a Jridge. April 5--10.
Bell's B~o Arli 19-24..
Winnsborco, Api 28-28.
Blackstock, Apri29, 30o, May 1.
Beli's B3idg -8.
Beli'a Bridge 1a17-22 |
Winnsboro, Slay. i 2,
Bilacketock, My27-29. i i
he arppoinmonnts will bp aInnoneed I
"Majoy is a beautlini' red bay, blacic a
mnane hnd tail, nine years old, a good
walker, and works we llai harness. He tl
was bred and raised by E. Dillon & Co.
Bloomingtoni, Ills.; waslred by celebrated B
St. Laurent, a horse whose reputation and
record as -a breerrate not oexcelled b~ 1
those of any draft otailien on-the Centlj'
nent. St. Laurent id also theiarat liqa
lest-boned and m oW oQfn 'rmai
possesses inrny fne pants seidoin totUd (W~
me large calih esuchi broad, flat log,
maasiei uarrs wonderful shouldt
isnyeioso,. ohegant areh4
Wc ~ l~r lnauranoceo
I~M~urotn a 400Wl le li exastrd h
eethe BAR . tGe~
WE~ IAVi JUSTI R CVED tUR
STOCK OF LADIES', GENTS'
AND Ci DIN~N'S
WE DESIlt TO CALL "SPEOIAL
TTENTION" TO THI8 DEPART
dENT, AND REQUEST AN IN
5PECTION BY THE
WE HAVE, A SPLENDID ASSORT
[FENT.%' WAND AND MA
CI KNE-HADE NIKOES,
iLL4 OF W~'ilCIt -AlE GUJARAN
T 'EEl TO.( GJiVE
CALL AND SEE OUR
riADIES' BUTTON RID GAI..
TB, A T$2.25.
. I'li.CAN"' BE BE~AT.
~IMAST'ER, BRICE & KETIIIN.
. LFZ EVERUYTHflNG
hey Wvish in tb Stove andKiltoben F~ur
iishingllinelin my storo. Call and exam.
1e the folknw pg nioveities:
IvnEne oe ills,.
Siaw Cut tr
G rariitelron Preserving Ketttlces
liighter, nicer, safer tihan brass or enanti
toePpShveeled, and cheaper.)
Jlaskets, Wob. And (eilarwaro r~duced
o close out..
The ONE-IORISE LEADER PLOW is
be plow to bed up cotton and corn gronud
and woric it. You wish a STOVE~ to bake
veil and- not smoke, therefore get one
'rem mue and rtin no risks. I hav e thtetn
rom $11 up.
.3 HI. (IUIYXRINos.
ItHE UNDERSGNED TAKES LTEAS
,L inlinformhtng the p1pl of Fairfiold
,ounty and the, tlrayeltg public tat hte
astaknolhrgp attf .WINNI3BORO
IO dit ow prepareud to receive
ath porinti uent 4d trattsient boa.rders.
ito buitt n tas just be6n repainted
nd put it frtitrate conditiont throughout.
7Tpo table w4 atupl~u with the best
fford and~un pf~yill be spared to in,
A.Sampie roviedt conivenient.
' rrankecd fateuse of 'Coifunbtreial
Asha ' oftd )ul patronage a re.
n~e ~k4 e ~r cyste.sg
VRy- FE tf ov NO.Okip
CA10sS,~ i O h6N BON29an
PU T B LOTOntJ (l'te
ion supplies. And liast,Abutt n r1.t . or
Something ."w in esi gn and as hiieoul as
'tis now. All at prices to suit the times
McCARLOMY & CO.
Pure Old Mountan Apple Bran
dy, jgst in. F. W. Nebenicht.
(LENER AL 6
INSURE your life ii the E QUiTABLE
LIFE of New York, one-of the strongest
and most reliable Companiee li-the world.
SE MI-T ONT1NE POLIcr.
hon-forfelt-able after three annual pay
Insure your Prqpert-y against dainago
from fire and lightning
-Plielos written in reIlable, prompt-pay
ing et mpanies at the lowest rates allowedt
by Sutheastern T rift' Association.
Maylftxly lisuinance Agent.
Just received 5,000 of the Oelei
brated Kangaroo Cigar. War
ranted all Hlvauia Filler, at F. W.
FREliSH GAJEDEN SEE1DS 1
NIMON SET1S AND GARDEN SEEDAS
/ Ju..t rect-ivet'ti Aliso, best (Gunpo der
-T.ea, Potsxsh'*mdl Concentrated -Lye (kla
tine sind~ lJakingj Poiwdlers, (iniger, pices
andi alt petro. 'Also; irb-dwn's Iron itrs,
Porous* Plastei s, Ca psinci Piasto~rs, Tooth
nehe Driops, Corui Killer, Sotthing~ Syrup
LaictopiepltineQ, Ynsatlno, varIous kinds o~
Pills, TJollet Soap)s, &,-., &c.
McMA3ThiL , 11I110E & K ETC1IN,
Of tuy -large itssortmecnt of Spring and
Suimer Stodk( of Clothing -.for- men
youths an.'l boys. This is the best aspre
stoek of Clothing you wvili find 'anywhecro
in tio State. Ihnving purchasedi frrmn ther
leadinlg and tuost rellab le manutfhetures ot
the countrf; enables mec to show tihe mnost
coniplete assortnment in stylea, ilosigna in
patterns andi first clasa in workmiatshhp
hlmat hass ever been showvn bofore' Tjmes
garmenmts are p~laced on the counters an
tedfryour critical in~spectin..
vari ty of timise garments are so groat
I wi IIonly attempt to give you an I
a few leading articles. ~I lie Onie
Cuaa ilb h ene in
Corkserew,~ Whiplcord, Chayj m.
wal. in all thme pregfiliig hds
the Sacks reQQR.i(narerg and gn5,
Or pe e of'teh. same gbodd f h
above Catawaye incllhjg iy patra
ihi Worsted gnd bassimneres.
eMy -Ilat stook is flted ibclr ie Ivel
ties ini the' i~i eght . Sti I hats ini
Pearl, Granuite, MixtW-s, "J3On. au(
BlaectC See my Pearl CassiWAerehi~avers at
uuts'Ja sit iou and S1O) o
partmnent are coijlte with ' all the novel~.
Lies of the season. When in. the city call
and look through this eminenit stoce, It
will be a puleasure to, show you through,
whether you purchase or no~t.
uOQLUMBIA, . 0.
,t~inny Bros' Ntraight-Ont, in -
ny Bros' F3uU Dress, Kinny B3ros'
S$weet Oapora, Duke of Durham
Ciga~rettes, $itting Bull--Durham
algretesat .V. Habenicht's.
but i iapat E eyl r
~alt bth felei.~