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TRE EWS I AND RERALD.
W1INNSBOR0, S. ti.
ISA.UIDAY..-MAIWR'10. 3 ' 1883
* rN'O. A. lI IYNO E DR.
'U H.18. A.. )9CUGLASB 1D3, 1S
-SPEAKi .IFIRn -says'ho "doni'I
-care -0 4damnill for the pre8s." .Like
begets like, and the press return e tb
xolul e nelt.
Tn. t-wo-cent postage law'will go iI
ell'cet on the Ar.t of October next
'This, iltholigh apparitly hidignifi
clint, is really an iiportant item to al
busincss. Tihe law -should .hiawo been
Tiin Charlotto -ObSer.mr of the 80
inwt. conta.in1bd quito .an -intev:est,b1A
-sketch of the life and public soiicos o
GCorgia's -actiig governor. IIe IE
among tle candidates for oloction e
the 24th of April.
[T Is sid by those who claim thi
ight to spetik, Ithat Den Butler cia
run down to Wa'shington and imik
nior 1110o110y i ole day arguing 1 eas
before (he courts than lia whole year'
salary.as h'lfiof Execltive of tle grea
Stato of MAssachusetts amounts to
One (ay last. week .he received a Sce o
$18,000 ill a snuidl Cenm Case. Wha
clastic conscienecs some lawycrs ar(
Tm+:ml, 'is a bill pnding before ,tih
Judiciary Committee of the Seinabto
tihe pro.wibtionl of polygamly -in -tlh
.ter'itorie. Judge Bak appeared bx
fore the commit-tee a1s conisel fcor tll
AMor10mons, aid.arguod with great abili
ty thie un1cons1Il iionality of the bill
lie maintained that the territories ha
tle right of local self-gvorument, anm
if so Congress has no right to intefer
with t:he plygniny of Utab-th
Utah anlid Utah 111010 1a1% thle Tight t
nake it a crite, and it' it, be mliade()
Crime it will be punished an1d ought t
be ptmished. It is hard to fell whi
decisioi vill be arrived at by the coni
ii(tec. 1nt we think we cal predhic
with Some degree of Con1ildelIce tha
very lit.tle regard will be paId to tl
nice and hnM i.cat o .1le0iolns of la1%
raied by (le 01m3ient .Coullsl fGoI th
31orm11on1s. when the C011111 y demamll
with sucI C1earnesMiness aid h'CmICjIaC
the Sip presion8 1 of their grs08sly 1innor
Tim. Waushingtou Corresildeit 0
the New York Welrald whiles awai
the dill houits'at the ciiial comment
Inhg uponi tihe comledxioni of the nex
Congrecss, and1( calculating the chantce
of' te i dil'rent cand1(idatIes for' thl
Speaiker'ship). In thla, body thme D)omn
crait.a illh hiave 192 iember's and1( th
entIs andc two G'eenbackers. It wil
be1 seen from thec above statemenCtit (ha
(lhe D emocr'ats i'Ihiavc a malujority o'
fit-ieover all ol)position1. Ti
correi'sponldenlt saiys w'iI h 'reerenc t<
If t.he nowil Conigin1sa nl meet to-mor
row Mr'. Carlisle wouldh be chosen Speiake
alumost wit hout opposl illn. Thell 'ouIrse o
hats lost hiliin a grealt many1I utppiorters, amu
the adiu!rah!c and .flfei'.ive iumuner' b
wvhleh Mi'. Caullsle bore-himself as the leadh
er' Of the Delmnocrats lu t.he~ talri1t debahte hai:
mai~de him11 'onispienously anld deser'vedli:
the mlost promliinet man11 for I le Spea1ker
ship. Mr. Carlisle' is anman whlo has growi
llntellectuallyI 41ludig his whom'ali r i' sur
vice Ill the 1liouse of slix years. le Is s,
biroadc and1( firl-m1indIed a man that at thi
elose of t.he loung hail If c~ dbte he lad w'i
tthe 'onftidence' anld esteemL of the best lie
putbl(ian as well as of his own sidv
Ists, said of hunit that whIle they dlitfere<
httally froim hn In helief, they respecte<
his sinceerity, good tenllwer anid evidenelt.u(
right,ness.. Ini thei wvhole courseiS of the hon
debahite 1no one0 of' either side gained so mue
ini the good opinlon1 (of the llouse anId c
those iinte'este'd in thie 'lnestionls and hatc1
('5ts aIt stake as he.
founded. The D)emocri'sc par11 y canntiu
appr)ieCiatC too keenlly- lie conise(gnence
that wvill tollow ti'om thelit! choice c
the Spcaker ot' thle n)ext .llouao. Tb
whlole coutryi' ik looking oni wit
aunxions a:11( brea3thleCss intei'est, and1 i
seems5 na$if the fate o1' (ho patrty lie
tremanbli ng ill thie balance. The stat
of' politics ini this coutryti Eas jils
reac.hed (lie crisis whlen fiee- trade1 01
WOlin11d. The Democrai c party mIus
infIlict, the blow, and thle election o
Speaker' must decide on whlich it mus1
fhll. Car'lisle andt F"ree ralde or' Ranl
dal11 and1( pr1otectionl. Choose y'e whon
y'ou will serve'.
A GROU NDLEccS COMTrLA1,'T;..
T1he JfLncaster Le0df/er' recen'tly pub11
lishied, wvithi evidlent alppriovai,.the roi
lowing, wich'l 1( hadipreviously appearll
edt ini thei 'Southsern Chrtiistian. A(ldr
calc, over the siganturc of "Tra'3v.eIor"
I 'PThe hoast of the old South Carola.~ Col
loge used to be0, It was enltirehy unIdenlOoj
nlationlal and1( wholly for the State, and
show of faith was hadl, In n1ow and1 thien
pridenil(lt (or prlofeszsor. from1 the dllferenl
'hutrlces beinig found amlong Its faculty
with manny from thme wide, wide worbhi; bul
3)ettons must have been iIlfully blind wlu
could not discover that 0one deniomition
scrhgthalt term, and calig itself "'thn
(;hurlch"--the leoast, too, inl nlubers, atua
IllnUilee and wvealthi-exercIsed a1 contr'oll
igfrcover It. And during the inter
a- Strai IIOn denominatloal eNn,&, that it J
l .tqd lin may iake something giv6 way I
"Trav4dor" writes very Aloose Eng
dipwid itIsi.mit-oasy togatherhii pre
01s m1oaning. 'It 80011ts, tholigh; that t
ho criticises (he m1anage et of 'the A
zSouth Carolina Collego onl the ground I
Ithat church ffilliation, rather flan fit
noss,' Is Mkado tie ground of the se'lo
ilon of professors. If the charge Is
true, the Trutees have cotmitted a
wrong for whicl they should at once
be relieved from any further connec
tibn with the institution. Lot us look
a little hito the facts.
-11rofessor John M. McBride, -lhe
chairman of the faculty, Is an Episco
'The Rev. ODr.QTames Woodrow Is a
prominent minister of tle Presbyterian
church, and the editor t' fhose most
excllient Jolrials, the souhern Pres
byte.rian and the Sothern Presbyte
Professor Bonjamin Sloan Is a Pres
Professor William Burney Is a grad
unte of Davidson College, and is, we
are itformed, ti Presbyterian.
The lev. Dr. E. L. Patton is a lead
3 ing clergyman of tho Associate Re
for:uied Presbyterian church, and was
formerly a professor in Erskiie Col
Of the religious preforncecs of Pro
fessor B. S. Joynes, we Iro not in
'The Rlev. W. J. Alexander is a E
prominent. and talented clergyiian of 1
3 the .laptist church.
r Pro0essor it. Melials Davis is a Pres
- It will this appear that ''Triaeler"
3 halts Wilfully mIlisrepreseited the facts
- of the case, or is entirely ign11orait. of
that about vbich lie writes ill suilh
I emplhtic terms. In eithier case his
I statemaents and insinuallions n11st be
a repudiateid by every just and iitelli-'
t gent nmal in South C0arolinai. We be-i
j lieve that he hits no "ollowit 11g among
i the Methodists of the State, iad that
Sthey), muost especially, will repidiate
t, the silly notions to which he gives
- vent. We can only regret lhat SucI
t stull' shoiuld 1111d a piac in that milost
ad Im i rable journal, the Souhern Chris
'here are er-Oail thosp who op
pose the Sothl[ Caro!ina Colleg'e. That
i oplpositionl is no Iw thing. It has
shown itself, inl dill'ent. 1orms and at,
difirent times, ceCI Sice ile esilab- I
-lislineiit of the ilstitution over
ci"ht.y years a1ego. But those who wish
to sec the Col lege closed are greally
mistaken if they in gine that they cani
-acco lish their pi-pose, i at all, by
resortintg to iniisrepresenitaion, 111ksar
casmi, abuse8, or the venatinhg of someic
piettIy sild.~ "T.lraveler"' has trieda
-these meth lodIs, aiid we fear not thatt
anyvthinig h-st good eauna comle to lhe
I nst itLutiona troam whait lie lhas been tool
ish eniough to wite.
I TII. AVELINJ IN" T I|X.*AS.
The Notes anid Obseorvni Ions of a Formeor
(f( tr.oa or Fnflleu--D)isolviig v*iewst of
the Lounw. Star stauto.
[ Coirrpondence oef Th'/e Aen anel l; ral:1?.]j
II 1m'rsv.1.1-:, TI'-:xAs, l"ehruary 28.
Our last letter ao you was fromn l>el hilo,
-whenice our travels were conitinuead nm
til we arc passed over fit, thousand
mijles of Texas territory. From
U)cl io we go f:thter west, uint i, be
-comning tired of seeinig ratllesniakes,
Inidianis and Mexicans, we ret race our I
Isteps to Sanu An lonio, and e''joy very
much one visits to t he (o1( Cal thlic
mision, curces, etc. Wie in the
(l Aamno church, we could see the
bullet *ma.rks otf the bloody' st ruggle of
183d, whecre so mnany true and brave
- Texans were so cruelly puit to dealth.
I Leaving lhere we go soth to the great
I sugamr reg.ion of Texas, where cain be
- founjd mnagnif?eent lanlhtationis, with
Ssoil of unsurpassed fertility, yielding a
flue icomte to thle ownerls, buit rirli1
ing a larego capital to runi them. We
now go to easterna Temis or the great
I timber section, wVhere millions ('f dol
t lars are Invested ini saw 11i1ls, saw ing'
s lumlber' for' the Wxest. Th'ere is a great
I' variety of Soils ini this sectioni, and(
a some1 fismc farming land l that eli lbe
a b,oughit cheapii---t from one to two dlol
t h's peu.acreOI.. Fronm hcre we go to
a north Texas. This sect ion is thie mostq
h eaul ifiul country timt we have ever'
seen. I he of the dliliapidated
-Ccabin1s10comm.0 (o our Southernm
land, we see neat white cottages (lotted
Iover the greeni priries, ith thle best
r illed anid most prodluctive farnis we
have everseen01, making fraomi twen;ty to
forty busholtof wheat, slxty to one~
huirled buslslS o1' oats,. lforty to
eighty bushels of corn1, and fromt eighit;
hiundr'ed to twio thlonsiandi( p)ounds 0o:
cot toni 1101 acre'O; all without anyi feri
tilizers. Fruits of all kinds-acuem- -o
grow to perftect ion and14 ae uiiated
on a lamre scale andh are shipped to all
perts. lleingi. a very) healthy region,
withI goodi water' ai eanough iher\
for' ortdinaryi' use, with pretty flourish- ~
ing cit ies andii t owns, dclenly of amun-he.s 'I
and Te cultivation of i what is
4Konsidered0t more 1'Ioftable11 thanii D co
J tin,,.as it canm be p [inted aund harvested
| with imprnoved mnaclhinery at a iii ich
I less- cost. The great drIawhack( in
r iowitig cot ton in this St ate Is getting-',
jitgatheo'd, one-half often being given,
and w.haen.spr'ing conmes the hlds areM
still whitlo.iund thie cotton is knocked I e
dlownand11( pioghied unader.
W.e niow go to the nor'th-west, to the
great Pim- Hianidle, the~ great cattle
section.' hlere is one vast ocean of
lving-green, wIth its beautiful prairlos. c
stretched'f out as far' as- tihe eyo can see,
covored wit,h t!iousands of cattle en
Joyng what the God of' Nat urn hasI ~
gieC thm. Th ate sines Iiu1
codute <ra gianicscleim' s
very' profth a ,1 '1 he calt lo ar' shippedr
c (a^4 and4 naor'h, F-!fayr41x traius, all.-' t
loaded wi th cattle. Ilassed thrionigh .J
ort WOrtliIl vlo week lat fitil, go
We o v'return to cenitfal Texne,
Vhihul conttaina till valieties of s, ,I
lomi tile iult, black waxv, to the light
andyl'-Inmoethi-a groat diversity in
hrini4looviA and rolling prairie,
Voodland, and rivalr' bottoms aill capa
dlo of sinaking fine orqps. & returi
o4Iqntwvillo after -boing si months
mi tis jouricv., atii Iow 'realize that
'The Lonie StarP".is a pirct.v big-star.
'lluntsvillo 4A about fl'h .,Size of
Ninnmboro. t and though .it -caimot be
uiled a protty place, it %can got the
Osolationl that-'ugly pooplo'got somo
imios-thev are of (et the bast. This
lacuist noted for its 'ruflnemont and
aspitality. Theve-oro-uht ohiclies,
.fluii.hing - 'Masonl lodge, a 'line
Order of the Knights of iOn0r and tlo
.Cights mid Ladiles dt' "Plonor, -and
ther soial sooloridos. The State Nor
nial luistituto is 1oated h(wre -id is
Ibly conducted by a moet OXM411nt
-orps o' teohers, among 'htn 'our
ittle State lins thelhonor of beitr most
weditalyly% rapresoiltexi,by Niss tlliott
)f youI tWwn. This Iistituto Is at
entIed by scome of' Texas's fairest
laighters and brightest sons, who add
erey much to the so'icty of the town.
I'lle' are also othier:good schools.
After seeing so mil .of this vast
loitain, the thought arises, What is
he future of this great State? That
noxas is anity avanitnges every
,andid min will-concedo; that it ha's
its disadvaitages'Oxt lonqaest ne tvill
iliait. Poor Imman nature has becin
about the -same at till tages ot 414h
vorl, cer looking Yoi what cmndt
)c round-a thet so well illustriated it
he lives of' Poice de Leon, Vor-tez,
1iulboldt and others. If a Imait coImes
ee with reasoinable expectations he
vill inot be disappointed. TIt who
htoidd come to Texas? First, the
knolloyed mtan, who will filtd.flilo fields
'r iItme;llnIt-buIt as 'lie -is able to
omc and see, let him do it. To his
ess iorliimte bIrotherI thItt has a com1
or-lable little binat111 ald will h1avc to
;ell it, sevcring lhe links of'early asso
iiations, I would -oav -he had 'better
lot io it., esJecially if lie 'has passed
bte Iieridiain of' lit. In nino cases out
>, tein lie will iever ago'ain be satisfied.
I'hle love tol. the old Foine aminot he
Iblitrat-nd byv I It sight of riclh lands
Ind goldeln ifelds of grain. But the
'oun ag mat that has to depend on his
>wIt labI)Or for a liviig will be greait.y
>niefiled bY coMin, and if' at all in
hlstrions be can soon be able to linve
t plice of his owi, on which hlie can
sXpect to 1ti11ke a good living- -fo'r the
est of his dtays-.
We have n'rilleni this letter partly in&
uilswer. to inquiries, -also hpinAg it may
literest siome of, yonte reaiers, toar
flwe have taxed your patience we
vill clos, pomlising Itt Some fiflro
ilie -to give ain accoint of sone of' (I.e .
'reaks of' I lie weather, etc. We wish i
a sayt to onr younlg frietid over the
'iver' in Arkansas, E. J. C., that. he
,ust tot tell itiles out of school-he
vill have people really holiovilni that
ve have ticks and mosquitoes in 'I'exas.
6. W. J.wKeON. r
-A etintkv boy ot' iiteliigeice,
Oit, tialks Its well as other childron,
iglt. years ol , has nevR 11kea to
uis ither. All 'innmer of *lngeion~sb
itevices htave been used to get the chil1 di
o'do eo, -but lie is jIust as inigeiousil'n e
Liitriin the trA'4st set for liirn le
ma great resp'e,t for his fatther, amic d
ollows himiu about over the fitrm tall
lzay. Onace it was dletermainted to give
in n no shoes until ho shonul ask his
oither l'or tem. Thec bov went, bare
'NtedJ tlwioj.t' -thle sudW until the "
wn11(3 wenty Years Ago,
11 r,Mir. WVilson, now of Lawiirencet,
hI ass., wits ini thle (Conumissary D)epmrtme.nt
n Washinigcon. Moin(how or' thier he w.as
brtot a nod det'cded t hat It was a catse of
li phtheriaa, and that it was hlecakss. After f
hey hadc giveni himt tiy, hei trtie'd P'nny
) i l'.u N K11..ii. Te niex t (lay thle s5
('ahi's becgin i to e'itnte otf oft his thr'oat, neid e
it two or' thiree dlays lie was w"eIl e dI
-'rona int a (colress state and Pen'tilWa&
ia rk, cominedtt' with well Imownt aromtaties,
itnae liwn's Ironi Bitters the best medli
DIPH T HERIA
NO CH ANCE
WHEN TREATED ITAl
Perry Davis's Pain iller
This wonderfutl remedy baa saved the
lives- of' many, many children
who were almost dead wki'
DIPH T HERIA.
5. Hecnry witson, Iawmeneo. Mass., says:
rah IL P. ery Dayis's Padslew p avd'n
Jihoonas TRonoh, Nashua, N. HT., s$" yha
uieverely. Pain Kinor drove bons away."
DRUGGISTS ALL KEEP IT.
'I?lhise' indebted, to us are rocja-'stt' d to
oearitanece mn-timtjies cea'lsest to hie a irit ne.
M('MAsLT.sa, lUniicus & wcu.
We keepi on htandc a large stooleot &Behool 11
Itinois,.Inks,. I'ens, P'enitI s, lhanik lhooks, L.
V rititng - Table'ts, . Bibles, I lymn liooks; ii
1k0 t het popu!ara lteraturtie tar the daty, as I'
h.te Sasi<1c- Libraryt'~, F"raniklin . Squcate
McMAH'T'.:l, Bit iex' & KEIeix,N
52~Sf GARDEN 03DS' AND rn
We htave otn hiand a larg ao toc'k of Gar-.
cei Seeds also somtte 'lei'd See'ds amnd
'i0owert Seedhi, frim ant i lst, Landicreth
ile'~, Ferry, Cr'otnaian aond. Reed.. so. ali,
uistotmers mtay ieahetised..
McMfAWFT ln, BurcE &:KETel1nN..
We call the attentlti of' merchantts and 01
thtrs to our large stock of wrappig pa- a
er, conmsisthmig of' Whtite Newspaper
FanIlls Gray Wrtaping andi Stf'aw Paiper,
uid Paper' Iags,
We sutgcesf.: Unat' if mnerchantsa cn- rt..
hiese articles fr'omi us asiowsasfromnahroad,
re'Ighit added, It will lbe an advantaire to
eh'in withdin thae townt the smic all mmssion g
h:rarge r'atherr than paV 4' to str'angeris, g
MICM ASTer:Id,..hrs-, A fKa.--r-r.ar -
litfte :and avoid sicknens.
Instead of feling tired and
worn out, instead of aches
and pains, wouldn't you
Aatha6feilsh and strong?
'ou can continue feeling
1miserable and good for no
thing, and no one but your
*elf can find fault, but if you
<are tired of- that kind of ifa,
you can change it if you
'Howl By getting one gc
lottle of BRawn' IRON BIT- pr
TRs,and taking it regularly "
acording to directions. . IN
%faINAAS0.io Nov.ft, 191 go
iGentleen-Ike flre wih pr
nva in my Stle any
laormnes o cu' rat, tvvSM*
aed w tn rweak, deprs.
2slon of splita .ad tosb of ap.
t% Ivel enseverjdiffa
Aedicdne, andwAstreatedby prow
Vent phyicla for mny liver,k
4RT, npe. but I-o s f
Itought Iwud tr Brw a
Utter I hvnow taken on*botlb
and a half and am about well-pailL riv
*dide and back &U gono--soreaces
Waotiofm breast and I hav. a
rgopeite, ad an ginng in
strnghandUsItcan u h
Jox K. AANass
3RoWNs I1oN BITTERs Is
composed of Iron in soluble
form; Cinchona the greltt
tonic, together with other '
-standard remedies, making 1!
a -remarkable non-alcoholic
Itonic, which will cure Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria,
Weakness, and relieve all
Lung and Xdneyv disease
PHE eeonild tern of thills httutn Will
L)1-b1hn(tj94,q r eg nzto ofclssli
Ike Idace. Thorough instruction in Lltl
L'pflr'tmen,ts. Tluitionm anid board as low ats
o lbe oMinedl in anty first-class lstittionm
fthe kind. For further I nformnation, itt
MRS. MARY HL MB~AN8, It
Principal, Wymheville, Va1.
Mi'. Means refera, b~y perimdslon, to ex
vnfr nor Ittgfood and 'Piof, R. M. Davis,
olumbhlia, Gent. Johrn Uratitn and Cohe J,
k ilon, Winshoro .
li E subserIher intendhh io ritake a In
Lechange In lis premsent I)WsinemsA will of
all from this out, inntil diia oa of, thmeb
lutire stock of g?(imics a's e , fourcashi on
eliver y. vhc.: , 1
S.trr. ht all Grade's.
Coffees, Gr~eeni anid 1t&lited.
FlIouars of all Grades.
[ackerel lin kits, (iuarter and half barrels. t
(heelrr, Iflack atid ttn powdlIli T.i
Cannedin G.oods amni Spiees. di
New Orlesmna Mos um's a'hd Syne a
Rice', Meal Muld Grist. I
On!on Sets anmd G ardenv Sids. P
rish Potatoes, Onions PeMA a-nd Iie9ns.,t
Outr stock of Groermie% I compleEe. Now-i to
the t.imtu-for ho.usetkepers to couvne and to
ty im hue'r'anupplies at L Io rIlu.:s. mi
. S. WO L F!
Ov'n Dvaimn A-r 537 anid $tin, a1 11
OLY8S'I G. DESPIOtRTES. Cv
M~osAnoni (uA .'-All parlies liv- P.
rig neai' Bmr's Ci'ossl ig or Sitrothler's
)epot wtishinmg t.o usc~theo Monarch
inanmo, can get i6 l'rom i tIher of ti
'monts by aipplying toe ",- K. lIuabb or
1k0.- l;ir ..
* 1v..,.l1. McCA m.LRY & Co.
leasonable Hints !
Wowis thme tine to huv Gardeni Tools,
teht as E)mg Hantmdiu i Spdo- Forks;. Dig
*FARR tiiN0. TooL
Y'ies 'I drorbte Siiet.-and IriYui1ows,
lree si les oif sinigle Iron Voot Stocks,
anid le and- BIdutes Hlues, Sldgie Trrees
aip liiy Efe9vises Grass 1 Uds, Heel
ainei 8ti-ings, .Plow Bkulba.s
I stIll kee > the Magnolia 11anis lIreak
ist'Stii>s, J3eef, liog iwatIal;, Daconm,
ard,.(Iiits, GOslm . I n- t er.
1 hatve recently pt' ira' lot of.
Aud -Iuvitev attenAnd-,b.my "Lee," "Cif. sl
ni Phoqt," "'so,. Friend'' anmd "'IIil- At-i" -'a
.Sfroml $1000O uii >
A-f 11it-f Kltolionfl (4Godtt aldI' '.ebh
1 have three fine Side Bar Runggles aiM E0
1o Canmoisy TEolPasket Phatbn, wvhlch. l< itS
'Iii blptow for thve money,
J. IL. 0IiYlNOss
--Buy the best--.'nudo IS- the bes' T
ilano; Wando Acid is the hthetit a,
rado. For sale by Caldwell & Lauder..
Diting the remainder of Iiho Ieason Me
1l1ell uur*--t#r*ioek A -- -
kEAIV %fEDUUCRD TRMMSI
TP VOU WVAIN'T
RV", 'GOODS AD.-iIifNS
We exhibited a -nice iVlection of thesi
ods thi, season andhairwy; -stiia few
itity styles left, .whIch'WihOV151 to sbi .at
:Wr price. Come and see.
40AKS, :DOLMAN1AS, AMS.
A few of -ath kind and real pretty
odi-1l1-so.llthebb to elode without .a
UNR lAVEA I.
These goods we bought'at low fleestop
mnufaeturers. The remnant of stock
hoW be offered at hlargo -redution.
havil1s, BlaDkets ang
Now Is the season to wrap well and 'p
nt colds and pnniinla. We are s6
nerous as to prefer oor customms to have
ese goods ratlier that keseo themi ourselves.
,ve no anxiety about th price.
1oth ond H1ats
A re amongthe stock wyhh niiist.Wi Vri,
ved bi-fime eprilg. DtI't buy Inktil our
ods, are suti fid pmieed.
011ILST Ouit crocRoryb,
We doi't exmect to landh It longer, anA
1i give genuine ba1rgf4 unil the stock
Wve invite a Al'tn *idl and ekamline.
. M. BEA TY & CO.
I a1peedy action up)on :'li k.gb onad
to those whlr have nev"r tried it
or soorn it used,
re ny'edlily allav.' Bronchial and
fnle 14eveta. It is awndri
WIECCTORAN'l' AN1) iH E A L E RL.
It kee.rps the digestive and urinary or
sn in a natural and hetalthy conditio-ff
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
stantly irelieves night sweats, gonenesk
ap.pel:f and general diif. it has
eri known only four years and
AS NA'V.EI FA1 ICD~l -ro PERFEsCTL
ADyo aillicted with what is generally
an, erAn bo cured for $9r.-50,- $.00 or
IJ.00 adeosdiW1g to the stage which tim
ease hasH reached. No pantient has yeOt
ten $lf(f wWth V,rafe a enure was a-0'etd.
ito SPECIFfU is recomnsa.endled only~ for
timonairy affections, and ths deosirip g
use it-ean do so by sending their orders
the pr~ prie tars of thiN p1aps'r or direct
me, xtbt.ing that you saw this ad v'ertiso
xnt in the WinnsboarO NEwa AND IIERIALD.
ares- Rhennsatism, either acute or ho
i'd' iar f'rom eight to tent ds'ys.
* X)'ic y xrss, $5 per Bottle
I)R. .J. W. WVALKElt,
June 13 1'rAN N i4NiOS, N. C.
1' R ALIZ.N
eti ucotarlo tote dtoac i tho utg beng
ofesv t th te eo..s w**o
Poptly revna nSt6a. Diarrhaesa, Chol
lu,(tpng Pain. Flatuleonk
E au,Aiit eot io 8a o -
theiomc anl lwel ftrorotrr*waxon of the
psa leasadt anid' harthiess as Black
berry WVine. Ddes not contain Opium
mndewl nort cestp 6e Speisl, recoin
*4S Price 23C-and~ $:-oo per bottle.
Bod banl)ugglsfsand .Deter. rn Meira
ll20OELSIOR OHEMTOAL 00,
'EW TIN-SHOP !
I H AVE receitly coliilienced bust5
58 opposilto Mr. , . M. Elliott'a- Glit
i01p, whlern w.1ill be foun,Id' COt>khing
di I lcaiting.:Stoves and TVivwaro of ll
Rloofling atnd Gu ttering dtto in a
d'nsbstatial nianner, as chsefl
the cheat >est.
Sis a inted iln the best style,
Merchati Wit afind-it to' their httr
t to'ceaso sellfaig light Yankoe Tini
Wre, poorly soIdered, and( sell my
NWAIRE, as it is about as CHEFAI ,
d is made oftGOOD~ MATE1IUAL.
RMA Y.L. D. 3WA M-t.
As JE WILt CLOSEA
GREATLY RE D i
is str1th synxm4a w1rI1
WINF, BkANDIES i(
OF TH E CHIOA
PR E-Sm 'OYST E1?S ./A'1L
IEA Ls II A'i
eclsam w-.. .aw ivrv.
'STr PE SDL, AX 'b T
THE NEXT $
At pTha uineai d of i WVilIs1
CLOAI<S .AND UDOLMANS
Come andl see how LOW I
wvill be sure to invest som-if )
f will duariFg t4e pren%~ rMk mov e o1
ker.p a~ l9iUs'T-C L A~S stock of
A nad will conltinlue to sell theim at thei low'
Ift ordler Fo redade stocl.
COME AND) HEA
!N add(Itlit-o to the abiove, we wi'l add, al
Of all kh#1N-$a ple and r 'e. V en
gettling any t'hlh'yopa want, anUI . ,6.n be
We returun tnani4a to our frIinds and the
and olle(IIIt al conhtnetl(. iH you wiah a ht
id no mioairttaina way of lhahg.I# ttu b;
IT $T1@ A2
'ln T l'rgeAt Tmporterso oein ia
selected'stock o f
APPI S.. ORlANGE~S. IIANANAR C
RAI INS, DIED~1 FlGS, P'OTAodE&s,
antd otorydtung olse that a first-ehdsg I
COVNTRY OR.DERS FJL,
)rT AXIf'TM-XG IN
<) ID D.
A FINE .A M3 4N
)UORS -AND -CIGARS,
FISH! EVR .4.1Y
cD wasvi--- J -0 40fm m.
1 13-E irD FOp
AT LESS TI1IAN COST;
m -offering goods, anid yoR
btfri spa're chantge
ir stock of #6& one door AiifoI .f onYif
pied by Mr. WVol o: We will conthm'i6 d
es'l possile prices. We are now off6i*
Ii OUR PRItR
ter renoal# it'l thir eoidiplet-e wnell -6f
mno e umnerte, b t ?'u i rtro
public for the p'atr6ngge we hiavd ateid
py and~ 3 'pu N9 fddVi~,- jou cain
n pendidig your monjey with us~ - OME
RUA 4 L.40'IDA>7LE.
'liat It'is tNti aecnowled(ged1 Leader in
th1 'lade ista fact, thait caninot be disc
The Largest Armlu
Th ttht letiiftiWoodwork.
A'ND IT IS WVAIRAWflgW
Top bh made of ti.m beAt:materiaI.
' Oiti'aii ad all kids oif Work.
'i 'OIle)cmlte ini'cel resIiedt'
lor Baile by.
1 Age1tswnted In usndted*ii territ4eL
DOMESl 's 'rw iClIaiC
in the SoutUfy ofibr- for mnte a eg
'liolesalo Pfr ftnouse shdfidd.jjeyd
E.D~J WITH )D.MP4TC)W
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