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B. S. DINEINS- F- z
Judge Walace h:al 1;) ad e-nahv'
the matter of granitnig 1:1 to to
the slaver of the three Pretsley, Ith
er and two sons. The law rcqui:
the circuit Tdge to grant b i
cases appc aied to the- Suprem r
except in cases of capita! cmeIv n
Jones was convicted of nan sluh
which is not an offence of tls ch*r.e
ter, and hence, the duty of iL i1.:
required him to admit Jo'nes to.ht
The bail recuired is to s e Io :
tendance of tho aceusl i at s;e ' t
courts, any greater bail thn t', or
bail purposely placedh beyon:1 the ri. cih
of the party intereste is imrcaser'a
and violates the spirit of f b
The annexed rematrks oi tho
Medium are sensible ant to .
Many of our contompor:-ri , b
granting bail t0'anly re w110 h '*V-I
committed bomici 'e
a misapprehiesion. W~e no o
of the kind where bail Las been e
As long as this is th cas- there ;: no.
ground of complaint. The attenanceof
the prisoner is genel 'ma-le sur., i.0
tried and the law v. .O-z
are compelledl to gran:i i,.C1 : l Ie
have exercised a proper : A
is not to be puni-hed until en.
til his trial he shonld j--< ' i I
as in jail. A morat: ..'s.
convince anv one of tins. e I P
must regard an appledation ",ir a wrtc
habeas corpus. The-,v have tiseri t
the amount and have heretofire e.isvd it
We trust our cont enpo-riac s v o
on this question until some on-- a -A
his bail and they have lost onev 1. y .
As long as parties ur der bond
trial there is no ground for coip
The farmers of Anderson .cre ac i
dressed on Tuesday, the 2:3rd, by sr
eral distinguished speakers. AmiI
them was Hon. Jas. E. Tind:a, of t.i s'
county. The Anderson Jrnal thus n
reports Mr. Tindal's speech
The Hon. J. E. Tindal. of C3re
he came f m the level pins of the e t
conferwiththe people unl.r th-e
of the mountains about the interests of t
farmers of the State. His object w .s '- c -
plain the farmers' movcmcnt and
manner in which the agrultur-'
ests are to be advancea by n
somewhat as is done by boaris r. tr.t.,
medical associations, &c. The Gratntg, Lei .,i
=stid was the grandest conception fro-a a, sc- tr.
eial stAdnoint that was ever presemeao t' at
41w farmrs of America, but it was a t0'9 P
,order and limited in its ;o.;.m i! lt
.Stalte Agricu-tural and Mechane' Sc
is a~ggd institutiou, but it i., 1 C -
-. ,m like a ba'k or ar.votir i
ion. Ejth these com bined compr 1.
.moiety of.the total nvunber of i.rmrs in;
4e State. The farmers' Movemert, .n o -:
dor to &ccomplish aviytbing, neefssany
.contemnplateszerepreseCU~tive or' amnz .t.' . p -
Its prper-head would be the Sat Agricu- IL
,tural pepztmont. which should be purl"
-zve6. e,,siace the farul rs alonle : ave;1,
tto pa.v or its manenanee. - -
argued ably in ditail in suprt'
:scheme he favored. and his addr e ..
. ly made decided irmpresion cn tne .
By the Censas jus complete a
-Town of Sumter contaijus 2,7L" pop:u
alation, of which 1,250 are whites .t.u
1459 are colored. There are 60 vo
ers, which, strange to say are exa'ct!.
equally divided, 302 of whites and'a
colored, each. There are 48S9 streCet
workers, of which~ 1d9 are Entitle.t
exemption, leaving 340 Idbie to guty..
There are 495 lots and SSS butmn;z
-exclusive of public bailings, churen
es, engine houses, &c.,-l4d Lorse~
~and mules, 137 cattle, and .bi sgs;1o
52 ce-horse, and 163 two-ho:'se r
ons, 23 carriages and $5 bcug -~I
-Watchman and Saul Won
The Sumter-Carendon~f Teacher'g li. 1 -
Teachers' associatioens, teachers' -nsli u
and other similar crgaaisL are~ y y*
becoming more popular, anu~ rae teac&er w.o
fails to take advanta~ge of all such p ps *.
other things being equal, tar ohia~ o '~
does. The teacher 'to whom i; intrut.:. t..
mental and not infreque'ntly te moral tra*-'r
ing of the futulre men and wome~n of' eW Ln
-should not continue in the saue em
supinelv trusting to his own .
knowledlge and methods, but a: ece' -~"~'c
tunity he should seek to gatin
knowledge and better methods. i i
progressive age, end school teach
least keeping pace in the imc o pr
New and beautifully printed andult
.text books have takcen th place of ~to
.and stiff books of our grar.ianher...a
of school now being a torture' to .. n
fellows, in compelling then to *o.rn
ABC, to spell ab, and slotwiy and to .a
to climb thme ladder of leaLruhig, com h
to memory long rules an d hra n:.cs b
they understand any thing. about te '
re now easily led along. learno rmpn--.
ture around them, and undlersta~ndigw
they learn. A little fellow five or si~ year'
'old now goes to school with no iok, oi Zi
probably a first reader, a slate anu Qlt. jen
ci, and a sheet of paper and pened, '"' s
at once put to work. The iirst dayr' he
be taughitreading, writing, gy~oj'~'
tory, grammar', and "rith..uetic, :3t
unerstand all he is taught,, too.
days he will be learning -t c .a
and physics, and geolog. an. .:' n
and other sciences. Hie w .l. be i
think and recson ftor ha se. -s
sond and does soud tang' to -
were taught by the AB w.....
just what the advancdsa 03e a
ent day are doing. TL.eachimg is a M
profession, andt whenever, a 'acr a.
and improvement on an old pm, . .
new and valuable idea~', he lo ana ato 4
part- the same his to feil7;t -
At teachers Institutes tne i estuer
*selected to show their i-4ezhous a
and thus the best plans and. rah
The Institute held in 8umter '~t
was among the be-st ever held A
and School Commissioners
bow may feel procnd of thir'
one present spoke loin tA
The Institute was c1e t
morning, August 22n d, by 1- LV
School Coummuissione of Sui 'e
After singmng, led by" '.I' .am
d ieau. and a prye by1. s.a e
l'rank Wilson, ES., ofv UM
address of weictee Dr. - . -
ece, then took chareft
made some intereting lr. a.
work, and the objr~o
this the Instmtute wa~s r
R~egulr work was then to .- n
sisted of lectures on t - o
teaching. Dr. S. A-t.c
nethods of teaching e
classes, map draiwing
school maagemenit, and .ou a.o. -
ie is one of the 'best itseners V n
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Wulbern & Peper
.ANI nnYA.:ss s
]rX-i(ons, Liquors, Tobacco, I
G79 & 16 Glast Ba , Charleston, 8
LIRENSED DYER AND SOURER,
G:~ta Cts Yests, Cbaks, and Par
Nie,:. Cleanea, Dyedi, and Pressed.
F ade ad l de Cl.,thing. I-nev
withi the Greatest Dihsratfh.
(Reaof Art:sian Well.)
CTHIA1RL E ST ON, S. C .
D. O'Nei& Son
33 IA : S-r w. .... .Cur.sToX , S. C
Whole.de Deal-.:rs in
Boots and 'Sh.-es.
Triulks1. Stehel, s
Gosr.-cei ved' 1,y every steamner suita
. t t . A'i the latest sty
.-ongamir ~ ~ v in -t-h ateloet prcs
anan:n kat: te ri
Jan. 12, 87 1
157 anTI 1G9. East Bay,
CI IIRLESTON, S. C.
an. 12. L7 17
Brown'S Furnitue St0
DAN'L BR OWN, PropriCt
F TURE SOLd
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
222 King Street,
Charlestol, S. C.
Wm. Shepherd & C
23)2 M4ETING ST..
ST 0 V ES,
Tinwares, House Furnishi
Goods, Potware, Kitchen and Stc
zgjSend for Price List and Cir<
Dr H BAER,
Whlolesal3 D)ro.ist, \o. 1:.11 & 1
Mleetingo sr'eet. Charleston. S. C
Dealier in Drugs.'c Merii Ies Forei
and Do~mestic Cheiuticl, Gl(asswa
Sloices. Brushecs, Essential Oils. Si
Gooda ls 11 SHOW 1~iE, o'fall si
anid a'l articles usually fournd in
First-cl ass Drug House. Prices lI
Quick sales and small protits.
George W. Steffens,
Auctien and Commis~sion Merebant an<
-LIQ UFOi DE-AL EI.
ni & 0: . i ay, Cha:rleston, S C.
.\gent for the ('a-:ton Ru .: :
er, . i the celebratedl r el eac:rt.
CHIARLESTON, S. C.
Fi's C (iass in~ cil it A!p'~ifjto '
Cunie wit all Moder*n TIprovemer
Oti-- Pase Elevtor. E LCe
RP TE,~ 1.0, 6250, AL .. 00.
Reg istration Notice.
*I ~il e at the. C.ourt House (Clerk's
setefrst M~~ondayV in every maontah
r~l r 'A p ersncming of age since the I
,i.ao to R : .-:r and to attecnd to ot:
S. P. HtOLLADAY,
CluL*v. P. U. adiir;,ss.Luoia. .s. C.
(XY11 VI TRJVY'T AMil
Th (Vn:u kehol ilil tL
-i 10oia Vetinbe the ptn
\ Xn 'iet' Plt.ru i le j0Lt.1'.I
-hol I rpatul
te The Fall Sesio of the SoM:irrON Ir1n ScHooL opens
c1. August 28thi, 188'7.
Instruct ion Thorouh-Tuition from 1.50 to $4.00 per Month.
:Board .800 to . per Month.-Location HealthIful
.hur~h FacilitieN, ELcellen*t.
For further.1 pathTlrs mpl to JN .LANHM
TN iE EWALOON!I
ice-Lemnonade. Ice-Soda Water,
TDI~S , COME UP,
FANCY DRINKS, DEiESIG DRINKs.
nSAMUEL J. CLARK,
Fresh and Choicest WINES, LIQUORS, BRAN
DIES etc. .
LAGER BEER DIR ECT FROM THE BREWERY.
Benedictine and Medicated Nectar Whiskies,
the uinest grade ofl hiskies on the Jarket. kept in stock.
Charleston ron Works,
Me anufacturers and Dealers in
Marine Stationiry :ard Portable Engines and Boilers, Saw
Mill Machinery. Cotton Presses. Gins, Railroad, Steam
boat, Machinists', Engineer ' and Mi]. Supplies.
1|pairs excen cd with promin ess and Di.-pafch. Sendfor price lists.
East Bay, o, Pritchard St.,
Charleston, S. C.
rTf yon need any Clothimng. Furnishing Goods, or Hats,
send your orders to
F A L K& CO.
Klio STr. 'r OPPOSITE HAsEL,
Charieston, S. C.,
as ther have reduced the prices of their entire stock to cost.
on account of change of firm.
OTTO F. WIETERS,
WHOLESALE derder in Wines, Liquors and Segars.
No. 181 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
F. J. P1 rzin.1, President. F. S. RODGERS, Treasurer
Atlantic Phosphate Company,
of Clarleston, S. C.
ag D ta rCi .Fert-izers and Importers- of
Pelzer, JIZodgers & 0o.,
zBro'NS W nIMu, - - - CHARLESTON, S. C..
N3* iMi. M. L.:va of Manning. wviil be pleased to supply 1ise
friends and the tiblic geCrally. with an of the abcvc brands
,r of Fertilizers.
Tobacco and Oigars.
Wholesale Liquor Dealers.
t GROCERIES! GRCCERIES GROCERIES!
Candies and Corfectioneries.
i, Ladies' aud Misses' MILLINERY GOOD in.
Everything Sohl at the Cheapest Prices.
Of Golden Grain Whiskey !
to = TE PI PIODUCT OF THE CHOICEST GRAIN, CAREFULLY
selected fresh from the hIrvest, and distilled by an improved process.
Rich anLd Natural Grain Flavor, Bright Color, and Smooth, Relisbsome Taste*
preserved in perfection. Whoksomnue as a beverage, effectual as a tonic, in
fallible as a Restorative, and peerless for Family use; alvays uniform at the
standard of excellence.
No. 103 EAST 78TH S-ir,
NEW YORK, O'onnor 8-TH, 1886.
W. A. SINCL AIR, Es.-Dear Sir-In answer to your note of this date,
asking me what liquor is be4 for your ise, I vould say that I now recom
:mendthe "GOLDEN GRAIN WHISKEY," to all of my patients. I have
fully tested it, and know it to be perfiectly pure. of fine flavor, and altogether
sup'erior to any other brand that I have met with.
Your trlyJ. R. LANE, M. D.
FO R SALE ONLY BY
. WOLKOVISKIE, Agt.
- -yMANNING, 8.0C.
The Finest Liquors, Seas and Tobacco, Dispensed at
TU RET .NN IN G SA LOON, at Charleston Prices.