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THE NEWS AViD 1ERALD.
WINNSBORO, S. O.
SATURDAY. MAROH 30. : .: 1888,
.-NO. 5. RJCI7NOLD)R.
VI 1ZAS. A. DOUGLASS,
A SSOCIATE JUSTICONER ofU 01
Wana, who hav.s been siukpemuded by the
PIresident on charges O' drukll 113
und gambling, is a brother of Senator
Congor, of Iichican.
Woic will soon be resumed on the
Iudson River Tlmiel between Jersey
City and New York. One million dol
Inas have already been expended on it,
and it will take throo milliois more to
complete the work.
JUDGE JACliSO, of . LouisVille, Icy.,
does not believe in shutting out intelli
gcuco from tihe jury box by excludilig
In who read the newspapers and
form opinions. Ile recently dooided
that the fate that a juror has read
newspaper accounts of a erime are not
on that ground chargeable with bias.
This is colmioll senso. If the fact of
reading a niewspaper's story of a crille
is to (iqtlify a num from serving as
a juror on the trial of tIhe criminal, we
shall soon have juries composcd wholly
of mwn too ignoramit to ecomprelieid
even the simplest questions submitted
Au<xS'rA 3000Ch IC: Le011ad Stall
l.ord has left his $1,000,000 hoe in
sanl raneisco without a tennli Or pur
chaser. Gath says hle did so becaise
he wia lonisolin. Ile wvag inl the
habit of meetin wii imenl like hii
sel, rich and nCga"ed icn lage Con
structive anld business enterprises, ani
he looked around ail they vere hall
gole. .ialston was drowled, Mills
wats inl New York, 111lulntonl wats inl
New York and Washingto, one of lho
C.,rockers wats dead, so shtiaord luad
no0body to talk to as formcrly , anud
wherever he look onl Ibat. coast h e
folli hosility, personal flim l political,
to hiiself. 110 is a man1111 of colsiden-It
bn brainls and gravily ofrcare
and probably wvith at sicere desire to
be well esteemed by tie people, who
olle elected himl (4verinor. Ilc finall
Iy bet-ame blue iand o started flor New
York, where e 1o1 is a residen t.uII is
care er shows how1 pooly menvi mako
tho exchiang te oiiversal good opiniion
a'lld p11,oillXilspoe,(OI 11 0'Q (
qanr pop l lesp ot for inecessary
wealth and overloaded richies.
Tim lion. John 4, Wilrl11 says htin
where wi tbe haeonlands eriltCh ina
hasil a score, vand wI.hew boa us ola
Ilmied ll iiro Chn has a1) iihon
siii~and lThe iningd States am broft
~iats inse Western erms bu et Ithov
phasiedaw. Tn to n t r cahi(hdsco _;(gg,
.ay al min,o or1( a in~tir lln and a o:tf
oft' aCof Io~'ntiinircta sing1leette
ithe hafl'ids1 locn ower.ms There are
1ilunytsucet ae ciin Mico,. i thre
](enughto hide awainan n Eie' uo
prie1)or (in te Paciion Coast Statof
the UnIiQlm.' These are~I1 tSo beCound0 in
with ofi the centisralk, an'<l nothern
lrlnch,CltIii f l apl, coulauins oer in
square0 t mJ(4is~ oflad 1)It,lies 1w partlsi
. 11theiatsof bNue'evoa.i tLeoni oah tiia,
Zacate110ca and San L~is ot , n h
hrigha tios it x icouo h ieo
. 1contralewi tol landsiofn Meico l , an)Il
averageo eeain hi.f 1,000feet. Cinst
lin minera i weaI)lt. The a 'outndiest ofl
from northe tol~i sth,and polih ,urisig
-Jis and wrte ining6 town i s tare int
(T10 I, gubimorial enn assht inio Geor--'
ginuas assumed raeten aexcin
phaseong tho WIthe ndhuidacyofi Uol.
Govil.Ilero S'tes 1( eesio forat. i
1hios ol.i friyn.don wro somed ua letters
to G vr or lok,rq esig a
Tuo he resoao of Gorgia toh1*ie
t'I'h Unt.I'',Lii and titromise co-operaion
- . J~it hid s f ad )mainr at . The tirdl'
proo to~ ibcome,g ar ptca. For il thse
.o ta e nd thrfobiv that li the mAn na
tieio when Gcorgia and the South
stood mol(sl ii nleed of fthe counsels and I
tho presne of their best mepn, he was
rendy to desert hem, nild to abandon
hid principles for porsollal gain. It will
bo safer for tihe Democriacv and for the
buato to pIt in the goverior's chair a
man whoso political career is ontirely
without spot or blemtish.
The Ex-Senator from Uvorgin, ining 1ne.
come Rich by Spectilailon, Likely to Ue
como at Renator fromt Fiorla-IIS Mail
road History in i00f.
[Spect to tho (ourier-Jo,nal.
JAiSONVImL,, FLA., March 22.-It
will be rememIbered that Gen. John B.
(ordonl resigned his sent iI thle Senate
ill order to cter Into railroad specu
lations. At the time his act gave riso
to much oflicial scaiditl Iin Georgla, It
being alleged thait a bairgaiin existed by
which Gordon was paid to resign, so
that Colqtit t might appoinit. Joe Brown
to the Senate so ats to be re-eler,ted
(Govern10or. himisl'f, anid to furtlher. cor
tain interes(s of' (lie Louisvillo and
Ntshville syndieate, (lhen mnillillilted
by Newcomb. This wts indigtiyill(IN,
denlied by (qol-don anild the otlier plar
ties i tleesbed, but eveItS pj)rogIesetd
as indicated. Brown went to the 8en
ate alld ichieved his life-Ion. desire to
reahell tle top oft 0ho hilder, anld now
has18 aspiralit ions to tihe Vic-Peidener
on a d.eket wii M met Butler (;'
Maine. Colqiiit secured anote turm
in the Governor's chih', 111d 110w rocs
to the 6vienite. From buin.l poolr 11i-ce
years flgo, 110 is no%w worl-th anilywhere
ovei' $200,000, havinlg been ng11aited in
no businiess Ilit the publio wats atweii
S'TMRUCK O."r FOut R.. STIMET.
It wns said il first (lIal lie wits alor
11ey flor 'Newcomlib's syN.1dintt t a la1re
yaly salarv, with it live yeairs' enl
g-11(f ntill. Lamter it wa-Its Out
thatt Ie look i bontus anld Ileised tle
Companly froil the five-ve.m. coitlict.
Al t t:tt tilino th(re wai s projected a
I'olld fimll A11ith1a west, kitowin a6 is
(Georgill Weskern, ivliihmild atd D.1ni
ville liailr-olld. ''lhe pioplo were ain
ta-onliziilg the Louisville anid1 Nash
ville comlbinat-Iion uamd were desir-ous
of(1' 11 senrg this chrlI.er. The New
C011b people imle a laink iovemenit
anid (Ilielly purlchamsed it. for. a trifle,
it r(qiniig to ompte Ihe road to 'o
humbuls, Miss. Silbstupilnt develop
molits lunude it con venliilnt. 1,w New
oimb (o fidtill this coniriel. A bout
(his limle iR was 111111milived with ia
1olirish of" ttI tsilill t .1t. Louisville
parties hadl !old (lie torrla Wesh%ern1
chai:r1itoni to (I'ienrl Gord'n, anld that
the la'Mer, backed by Imlililed capLli
1.u1, wonld a1 once cmetilte road.
(Cieral (or-donl was
TENDERtED AnNQ T
ill the Millball lHouqe at Atintifai, a(
whiel le Georgia mnmiates were all
prest, a tld he Opart-y looked leep inl
thn ghvz,. Siubs'elpuend ne1tliations
bughlt (ordon)I anud thle kichmlomld
n!"! P:Ilnvillo people Ooeie he r-e
st. of wich was that th-L . a wa.1 s
or't'1aniz/ed1 undetlr Ilhe inme of thie Ger
gia Patiie. Woirk huas so fair pr'o
A I lanuta anid Aniton, ai disztnce of'
101 miles, andh will be1 rI'umaing to
C Ohtilnbuis, j3liss.~, over't -10l' miiles. hv'
':x't .'zitembieir. It. is neeriless, to sav
wichjti his intitienc is not b)eginingL to)
beC felt. A coiuplte oh' wieeks sincie lhe
seenred'4(l fr'omn lio F"loidal: railra a 011
S 1.11', andu befiore lonig G ordoin's name14
wAill be( ias it)ent inll 0 Slale as in (lie
one4 lhe hats left. lit'hii all Gi'oio's
snleez;scs inl specAulation thero still
A I1-SilIE F'OR P'OLuITIC \T Liti..
ire long~s to re-enif er thie Senafe and1(
have aL life termii there. P'oiit ies inl
( eorigiatI i a'31 tolpoite ar icle aml' (1( but
to~w men'i cani r'eniin i ni ollicen longf,
owing! to the grea'lu rivalrv o-f local
ilees and4 .jeatlsics ofi waI'rrinig sec
ItiO. Th'lis Gor~idona was ntol slowt ini
pecI(eivinlg, liig visit. (t) "it'lid wats
a r'evelal ion. IIer'e was a Slate fari
outside wVorldi iand kniowtingi biul iltIe
of' what. wasii goingc on. Tlio'- aill kntewt
Giordonu as a dasinig Conn-'driite leadi
It. ~ ts wellitnown that 4ivilizedC( pe'oplt
reigartu lih tiary prtowt'e:s as thle hiighest
ar't of' Inalil. There wias
Till ': EX AM P'I.1 4JF JON ES,
who enmuie to the Slate a few yearsc ngo
ai st ianger', and( wh 1soon10 reliebIed ihe
Veder'al Seitafe ad is likelv to r'eminiii
thecre ats ong as he( lives. Why shlould
Gord<m n1 ot becomtue .Jonies's eolleaigute?
u ilkinszoin Call ha:s 1no g're'al hohl( upon01
t114he people, and1( it' the trlht hand( (of
Lec, as GoraFhs likes to hearIi huimsuelf'
calfed.t shld14 opupose himiu, M-. Ciall
imighi as wvell save u h i'lecti ex.
pen ses. Accorid ingly Gene'ral Gordlon
is maw .no loiiger' ai citizenu of1 Geor)gia,.
lie is, without dlonht, itn fte 114 14).
Suessor' 4of Wilkinisoni (':a11, and( will
he elected(. Whten lie Ireturn'ls to life. ini
Washiingtoni lhe wtill not be( under4' thew
necssty f esigniiigi,breanse his sail
GeerltGordon 1)en 1es I.hue Story.
(01' G ordlonhlais iddriessed~ lo (he edilors
(ot var1i(ous juurti:atls (lie loHoina I lee
(concernIiiinga Iiwidely ptubi heid ara..
gaphi ennunling from'I''ei ,Jhsonvti lIe:
1 h'ar Sir': T(1hlele Of' tour corti Cs
Woien'It daIted ,hicksoiville, FIoida,i
.Iu'ch :2:2. as liiled ithi isrereis''ena.
ionIs, bt wouihl be' 11 uwothe of nlohec
dliii i r no0 involv VI hea iniI'ct eres' o others.
(aijed in1 aI hortionl of' his letler htave
h<en so tttoroughtly dlisIproved andi~ so
signailly rebluIked by' the peop)l;o of'
Ui.-ria that I needoti r)1iefer' to hiem.
ill.s sba((''nen,t, that 1 aml 110 ldIng4er a
tti(zen1 of (Geo)ltgia is false,' 1 haviie
Weer c4ontemlat(ed for'01 one omen'it a
emuol ge of' i'esidlence. 11is stat'eent
that1 I hiad i'egi stere(d at hotels a1s ot'
fiAlIrida1 1 ialse and1 withot (lhe semIl
bbm< c of anu excuse. llis stalement
(hat I onia itcand1idate for Selnator' Catll's
seat or1 11he s('mt of1 any onue else is fialse.
O.n thle con1trIary', 1 am2 dhevot ing~ mhy
whole tin.e as a pri vate cit izen to m'y
persom0ii(1 :.nter'est atnd ihe dleeopmnen't I
1by lec'ith.nat meiuans of the r'esoturces~
of thuis sect ion.
---Inivali 141Itheri ls, weakl1 ('hiI4lren, ner'
using ilh fr'; (o Iaz1%-rs. li I itt(-s but.
tII('thtu-l . .*
A TE LL-T4A , L'2'2'ER.
F. Hendrix WeLano Throwit Light on the
Greetiback Votsepiravy-Willard' Dirty
0orrvipondonce of the Netos and ourter.3
CoLUIll A, Mv rch 29.- The Anderson
ntelligencer of to-day contains a let.
tor dated Grahan's 0ropsroad - Feb
ruarr 16th. from J. Hendrix icLano
Lo A V. itussoll, of' which the follow
Ing is the essential part:
"I wroto you a letter a few days ago
in reference to our State conmittee
meetiig on the 27th but as I havo a
little leisure time this morning I will
write you again. Of course I know
there Is 110 use for ie to urge tho
ecessity of a full meeting of the coim
Imittee, for you are a ian of too much
good piracticable sense to think for a
nionent thlt if It was not of the great
ust necessitY to have the nceting now,
thit Judge Willard and I would not
isist on it. I have invited soveral
others who are proilinentl il the work
whosc na1lnes have not been added to
tle committee till now to met with u
in con'erncice. Now I hopo you will
write to as many of the State commit
tc or any others Wi') you wish tc
inect, us on the 27th as you can con
veiently do, to be sure to attend the
Inctling. as it. is all-important to have
as muct I good couticil as possible al
The mysterious Greenback nicetint
of February 27ti, ioted in the New.
and Coptricr, turis out to ha1vc bowl
this. It is 80011 that Willard, whlk
acting for the iGovernent, insisti
npoin the forwardig of the Greonbaol,
coisphiacy on which the political per.
scuitions are based. N. u. G.
T1B STATE C7OLLEGE.
The Inorestt of the bouith Carolina Colirl
and the D4moninational Colleges Identi
[From. the Anerson In tellqencer.]
The Greenville News says that 1
predlieted whon the Ulniversity of Sonl
Cirollina Ais est -.blishied tlat it woult
occasion tI.e deatthi of tlie denoina.
tionial colleges inl this State, and poilt
to the preeavions condition of Adgel
College as i verification of its predic.
tioln. Th'i1e ulfortunate conldition ol
Adger College does not arise tilom Ih
COMIpiti lon ot other cul.eges, but from
initernal dissenio!s, which are fis1
veriiving tile trith1 of the scripturt
lare that, a ihouse divided aigtiisl
itself cainot stand. Previous to tiest
diillenities the college flourished, am1
we trust that ere long the breach mia%
be healed, and this youN g college re
stored (to its just inflilicee 1111d usefi-l
n1 "AA 1a11011' t.he Mduc-tHl inal inst itlitioml
of the state. There is, in our- opinion
110 lintlirollisn between the Untiversi N
InId the denloiinat aiolnl institiutons o
the State, but. if there is to be any in
:r inllicted by the South Caroliliv
L'invisity upoii them, it ulist colm
lroi the Ulniversity Iecoinig superioi
to these institltion1s. We like th(
(leiomiiltioinall instit utions. They alt(
wortilh of patronage and of success
We wit, to see all of them prosper
bu,t it' (lhe Stato can establish a highci
IUIiversity which will do more for th
Midnendion of, Ohe young mienl in Soutd
Carolinta than11 these institutionis can (1(
we ar10 not willinig to forego this ad.
vaineent of eduationt 01 (down here f'oi
lie sake of' hlingi~i our denoinational
colleges. itf they do not progress witI
the civilization anid educationlal ad.
v'ancemnent of this dlay, we submil
este: to wit'nticict 'tinA j,rogrs i'riid
lher' sons, inl or'der to let thle old :oh.
leges live. We believe the South Car.
oinat University will stir up the de
niomiit ionial colleges in greater' en:er
gy and1( use~fulnless. It wiII compel
themli to) raise t heir standards and ?rive
to their students a better education,
I uslead of' inijuring them we belicyc
5t estallishm uenit will eventuate in thchu
permainlenlt endI owmenti, tad raise t heim
to thin d11'ig'nity Ound i!!eee o
ad(vaniced colleges of' this day'. It' so,
iit will be of' iniest imable benellt to t he
whole State it' it gives nio other' atdvan
tag'es to onri pecopic.
.rThey Bani for the Doctor.
Sniui' peoleh arei aliways r'unilinig for the
l4u(or) whena' the least til'iing is t.he mat.ter
wVithi thiemiselves ori thirl cli htdren. O1
:'ourse', th doit'(or1 likes this, f'or lie get*
a' 'l .;id ifor it. 11 ther'ie arc mnn- ocea
sildns whenii the'J i jmi'ious use of 'itiy
i)Av'is's l'A IN 1l iuu will do all the dioe
rll enn, Mr. I'-. V. Miller' of .'yvaeuse, N.
V., says~ lie has for' twe.nty years used( P'AJN
ki l.L-: for~ U.i.4:! ellhntis family) siek
lesses; an:d that is so valuable that it ought
LO be kept ini ever'y houise. *
DIPH T HERIA
NO CH ANCE
WHEN TREATED WITH
Perry Davis 's Pain Killer
This wonderful remedy has saved the
lives of many, many children
who were almost dead with
DIPH T HERIA.
lOAul Oflprnouno p a h.
thterli.anedcohethat no remedies could
re,c it. Porry Davis's Pain Elliecr saved my
Libos TAuaob, Washua N. IT., sas "I had
AOveroy. P'ain Kile drOvo both away."
DRUGGISTS ALL KEEP IT.
W OOD'S ODUiN'TINE
WITLENN AND) PRESEMLI NG
iEEPS THiE lBllEA'T'[ P'UREi AND
O)lULrA OF D)I. TV. TI. MOOIIE.
WV. C. FISHIER,
IIOJ.ESA i . A EN T, Co1.1 iLiA, 8. C.
LFor Sale in Winnsboro by
ieM ASTE'R, lIlIICE & KET1CIUN..
[ U VE just received one earload of flne
KETCK Y MULES, wvell broke anid
ocung, whllehi will be soldi as CilEAP as
hoy ean be bought inl this l'ae.I
Meh20(xw . W'. ' UAWOR.
L:LY.vo (I nn:E>InOlt''E
T1*t'era comon expre.'
elon and has a world of
meaning, How much sUf
fering .Is summed up in* It
The singular thing about
It Is, that pain in the back
Is occasioned by so many
things May be caused by
kidney ;disease, liver com
plaint, consumption, cold,
work, nervous debility, &d.
' Whatever the cause, don't
iegleci it. Something is
wrong and needs prompt
attentin. No medicine has
yet been discovered -that
will so quickly and surely
cure 1such diseases as
BROW' IRON'BITTERS, and
It do.'e is by commencing
at undation, and mak
ing the blood pure and rich.
Lganspovt Tn& Dee. w, s0a
. or a long tie I bave been a
Au'erer iroxi,stonsch and kidney
6dise. My appetite was very poo
Sand the very small amount I di
disagreed with me. I was aan=
much firom non-retenton a
tridmn remedies with
uess I trsed B rowns
rn tters. Since I used that my
stomach does not bother me any.
kine trouble is no more, and m
I ene health, Is such, that 10
ke a new man. Alter the use of
- Brown's Iron Bitters for one month.
I -havegained twenty pounds
Leading physicians and
clergymen use and recom
mend BROWN'S IRON BrIr
TERS. It has cured others
suffering as you are, and It
will cure you.
OPENING fHilS DAY.
Uinms, Shoul(lers and Breakfast Strips.
Dried Beef and Smoked Beef Tongues.
Pickled Cod Fish and Snow Drift Cod FiN.h.
ChoCe Iyson Tea and very Fine English
- Breakfast Tens.
Cream Cheese and Macaroni.
Parched and Green Coffees.
With a good many other nice goods, all
R. S. WOLFEx
N ac1st Inst., I boughut the entire
stoMacho goods of JT. M. BEATY &
CO., and expect to contiue the business
as heretofo,re at thet old stand, "TIlE
UOLtNEli STOICE." Thanks to' all for
past ptatroniage, end by close application to
InJlsiness, fair1 dealing and hand ling goods
of standaird kinds at close p)rofits, I shall
feel conien(it of the conIthiiued patronatge
of many throughout our town and county.
J. M. BEA TY.
All persons Indebted to the old firm of
J. M. BEATY & CO. are requesteid to
comeit at onlce and ma-ke settlemenlt to the
.untdersignedi. All accoutnts to March 1st
mast. must be paid.
Mehi 15 J. M. BE ATY.
IV UNICIPAL EL ECTION.
4OTICE Is hereby given that the annual
VEfction, for Inten<btnt and four Wardens
for the T1owni of Wisboro, S. C., wvill be
held In the Trown llall on Memday, April
2d, 185:3, between the hoturs of seven, a.
mi., and lIve, p. mn.
The boo~k.will he open for RegIstration
onTurdy Frlay adSaturday next
p.rcedng fm<ht <, eection, opeinmg at
six, a. mu., and ciosmag at six, p. mi., eacth
S''he followIng cItizens are ap pointed
Miaagrs of said Regitrtionm and Eleic
tionm, viz: .J. W. Se.igler, E. S. Chandler and
By order of Council:
J. N. CJEITIl, Clerk.
I IIAVE recnt'y comnmened~ busI
nessR opposite Mr. .'. M. 'Elliott's Gin
Shop, wvhere will be founmd Cooking
an.d IIcatinig Stoves and Tiuiwave of nll
Rtoofing and1( Guttering done in a
good amnd stibstanitiual imnner, as ebenp
as the cheapest.
Signis Pain4ed in tIhe best style,
MeIrchants will 111nd it to thir inter
est to cease suellinig light Ynnikee Tin
w re pool.ysoldered, andt sef'l my
Tl W A0 a i.t Is about ns (2IIEAP,.
and 18 made ofOOOD) MATERIAL.
SA MLJ. D. FANT.
IEseedndl ternm of ti lnstitutonm ,wlU
(coImmnce oin thie 5th daiy of Februiary, at
Iwleh time re-organlzation of classes wvIll
take place. Thorough iustruction In. all
(departmnt. 'I'tuitionx and hoard as low as
can he obtainedl in any firsb-clau#eesitutoin
of the kind. F'or further Information, ad
MR$. MA RY HT. MEAN S,
.Principat, Wytthoville, Va.
Mrs. Means.refors, by permission, to ex
Governor Hagood and Prof. iR. M. Davis,
Cohimbhia, Gen. John Brattoni and Col. J.
Ii. iloir, Winnsboro.
AlL, kids of J7OB PRINTING, such
as Leotber H[eads Bill heads Envelopes,
kc., &c., done in neat style and ve
at n 'Pur Nsw Am n,..
THE DAVIS SEWING MA011NE.
Mn. J. 0. BoAo-Dear Sir: It gives me
much pleasure to. testify to the merits ol
the Davis Vertical Feed Sewing Machine.
The nachine I got of you about Ave year
ago, las been almost In constant use
.ever since that time. I cannot see that it
is worn any, and has not cost me one ceul
for repairs since we have had It. Am well
pleased- and don't wlish for any bettor.
Granito Quarry, near Winnsboro, 8. C.
We have used the Davis Vertical Feed
Sewing Machine for the last five years,
We would not have any other make at an)
price. The machine has given us un.
Mns. W. K. TuiNn and Daughters.
Fairfield county, S. C., Jan. 27, 1883.
IHaving bought a' Davis Vertical Feed
Sewing Machine from Mr. J. 0. Boag somn(
three years ago, and it having given int
perfect satisfaction in every respect as v
family machine, both for heavy and ligh,
sewing, and never needed the least re
pair in any way, I can cheerfully reconi
mend It to any one as a first-class machim
in every particular, and think It second t(
none. It is one of the simplest machine:
made; my children use it with all case
The attachments are more easily adjuster
and ltdoesa greater range of work by mean
of ItU Vertical Feed than any other ma
chine I have OVe4 seen or used.
Mus. THoMAs OwINos.
Winnaboro, Fairfield county, S. C.
We have had one of the Davis Machine
about four years and have always found I
ready to do all kinds of work we have ha<
occasion to do. Can't see that tie machini
is worin any, and works as well as whei
new. Mus. W. J. CnAwFonU.
Jackson's Creek, Fairfield county, S. C
My wife is highly pleased with the Davi
Machine bought of you. She would no
take double what she gave for it. Thi
machine has .not been out of order sine,
she had it, and she can do any kind o
work on it. Very respectfully,
JAH. F. FREE.
Monticello, Fairfield county, S. C.
The Davis Sewing Machine Is simply i
freasure. Mits. J. A. GooDwrN.
Ridgeway, N. C., Jan. 10, 1883.
J. 0. BOAG, Esq., Agent-Dear Sir: M,
wife has been u"lug a Davis Sewing MA
chine constantly for the past four years
and it has never needed any repairs am
works just as well as when first hought
She says it will do a greater range of prac
tical work and do it easier and better thai
any machine she has ever used. We cheer
fully recoinmend it as a No. 1 famil:
machlie. Yours truly,
JAs. Q. DAVIS.
Winnsboro, S. C., Jan. 3, 1883.
FA ITJ&L TO CURIE
Its speedy action upon all Bronchial an<
Puinronie A ffeotions is beyond belief
to those who; have never tried it
It speedily allays lirehial and
monic Fvr.Iisa wondierful
cons inu anatral an healthy conition
In,tan beredie nfght'$weat, goneneso
$1.0 accrditeand heraehity Itha
Tie knCFI eownede only fouyeran
pulmonr affieteio andtose eeraln
conuscitced dah' so sondithorer,cu
tion tian prpretrors t $2.p5pe $5.00r01
to10.00 satcring ttouth sage thich ete
meisse srched. Nw panD hIALy
taken I10ewortihi beitreacut war acred
to u icn from eiht tenin thei d rder
torthe byro presos pa per ottiec
toestinthtyr 13awAN LIthis N.veti.
mentinTe WinbooNDw ANIELD
ars Rhieumatism Cole ueorie chrin
R ed 1, in fromeigh toa t nnays.
Vrnsei ic i y Er ess, $5per, Bttc e
June T 131110 &KETIIN
onere and a ale,arg stoo eh o
Alatic lua Ketky o W he~ Lad, a
tholoresh l' Libraryi, eranksne Sam
Vibarih, Widw hs, ty,Ec
MCMAsTEIR, UIICE & KETCHINr.
We hae on hnd a large stock of 8cor
de d;also s ela ieur of( thed'a, a
thoer Ses,Lbrary Franklin Suanre.l
MOM ASTER, BRI1CE & KETCHIN.
ote have on anr large stock of pigpa
MFlwe rayeds fromn adStraw Ladr.
anie, Faerry Cosma. n ee.S l
Weutomer t tmaty ie pleased. ai b
McMA8TR, IiRIICE &. KETCHKIN.
othstoonea Lag e. 2, wrangspa
Wr osaingSoRWOt NS. aper
Spiani, Gay Wraping aind toa Coper,~
SPRI N -
I AM now ready to show to the appreciaty
GOODS I have ever brought to this market,
designs in every department, and at prices t1i
a more extensive establishment in COLUMB
tion with my store here, I will sell goods the c
Having no extra profits to add for bad debt
than heretofore. I only cater for that class o
prices for the bullion down, as there Is no ma
man who pays cash. It Is aImply a delusion
IS STILL SHINING WIT]
WINES, BRAND.'S, LI1
OF THE CHOIC
FRESH OYSTERS .AN1
MEALS HAD A.
C o~3lmUUU\.: .iM.I3T]
GRE AT B.
-MUST BE SOLD, ./4ND T
THE NEXT 1
At prices unheard of in Winns
CLOAKS AND DOLMANS
Conme and see how LOW I
will be sure to invest some of
IT STANDS~ A
W 11 dwinTg the present week move o
etep stand,E int the room now ec
BOOT5 AND SHOES,
And will continue to sell them at the lov
-In order to reduce stock..
COME AND HEA
IN add(ition3 to the above,. we will ad'd,, ai
. Of all kinds---Jwple and' Firmey.. We en
ertng th nk's to our friends a ndl the
and solieit a continuance. if you wish a hal
i( no moe certain way;eot flaving it than b;
____ ___ CALDW
The Largest Tmporters of Foreign; Fi'uf
selected stock of
APPL.ES. OIIANGES BANANAS,
1lAIoINS, D1RIED *IG, P'OTATOE8,
and everything else that a first-class 1
CO!JNMTRY ORDERiS .FIL.
- ,, -
)P E NlIN C-19
e public one of the best stocks of SPRING
oonslsting of all the newest fabrics ani
at defy competition. As I expect to open
[A about tho first of September, in connec
oming season for
s, I will sell goods at even a smaller proAt
ftrado that likes to buy goods at bottom
n who buys goods on time as cheap as the
to advocate otherwise. I will quoto prices,.
TA FINE ASSORTM1INT
QLUORS AND CIGARS,
Fisir ErERY DAY.
r ALL HOURS.
"ILL BE OFFERED FOR
AT LESS THAN COST.
am offering goods, and you
your spare change.
E' THE HEADe
That it is the acknowvledlged Leader in
thle Trude la a fact. ti e arrot be dis
MZANY IMITATE IT-NONE EQUAL IT?
The Largest Armed.
The Lighite.sf fIrunni-ng,
AND IT IS WARRANTED
To be made of the best material.
To do any andi all.kinds of work.
To be complete ki every respect.
For Sale by
J. M.. DEATY & CO.,.
W~iinsboro, S. C..
Agentr vanted in unoccupied terrio:
y 1 OMESTIC SEWING MAQHIINE CO.,
ur stock of goods one door south of our
ispLed by Mr. Wolfe. We wilt continue to
rest possible pricea. We are now offering -
~R OUR PRICES..
:er removal, a full and complete stock of
otenumerate, butt you~ma~ uno
public11 for the patronage we have received.
py and prospeRous rewYar
' & CO.~DLJ
fn the South, oft'er for sale a woni.
O00ANy'3N. LEMONS NU'rs,
CADBAGE8, ON1Oi,s*, PEANUTS,
Y'holosale Fruit House should have.
C.ED WI TIH nrASr>n Tm