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B1?NNBTTSVILLB, 80. OA.
Wednesday, February 26 1885.
Offioe in Everett's Briok Building
- UP BT AIRS. -~
Von THU ?BMO0KAT.
A Simple MistaJi'o.
Two Irishmen mot
In on olloy, droar.
Tho day waa foggy;
And night won near.
Thoy saw eaoh othor,
Whou apart ntxby foot;
Ami oaoh thought tho othor,
Was a Mond ho would moot.
Tho eouplo to oaoh othor,
Quickly ueoror drew.
Hut upward looked,
Noithor of tho two.
"Hollo Pat'' judd ono;
Ditto aeooatod tho othor,
Thoy talked for toa eoooudfi moro,
Llko brothor mid brothor.
Hut seeing tboir mistake,
Thoy both stood aghast;
Whou tho witt lor of tho two,
Rpoko at last.
"You thought it waa mo
And I thought lt waa you,
nut in'ijumi tt ??
Noithor of us for truo/'
0. D. G.
nonnottBvlllo 8. C., Fob. loth 1885.
"CharleBton, S. C. in 1885."
Is tho (Ula of a tasty little book just roeoivod
from tho well known publishinghomo of Moss.
Milker, Kvuns <t Cogs voil.
Tho historical d?eoi'ipllon is written by Col
Arthur Ma/.yck, andi portrays in pleasing stylo,
tho ninny attractions lind advantages of
Charleston both u? 11 pit usuro timi bouilli re
Rort. It contains Also II valuable sketch of tho
history origin unit development of tho ?South
Carolina Phosphates, bj A. H. (luornrd, A. lt.
S, M., with a ehapter on tho Trado ?nd Ohara
moree of Charleston, furnishod by n coinmittoo
appointed by Governor Thou.son iroM.? months
Tho attractive form in willoh "Charleston in
18Sf>" is prepared, cnn not. fall to soouro tho
atfention of ?'nose, seoking pion ?uro us web us
well i\s tho*o who, attracted by her resources,
nuiy become permanent settlers in our slulo.
Thc publishers havo oontributotl c largo edi
tion to tho Routh Carolina Department of tho
World'? Imposition nt Now Orleans at thoir 1
own oKponse. I
A copy of till? valuublo contribution to tho j
general good of tho Stato, oan bo obtuinod from i
Mcears. Wnlkor, ISvnns A Cogswell, at 30 conto
each, postpaid; it ls hoped that our roedora
will avail thomsolves for tbll opportunity for
procuring tho history of tho grand (dd "City
by tho Fea" ot snob n modorato )>rioo.
A Goorgia Town in Trouble
BUFORD, GA., February 16.-Tho
quiet little town of Lula, Hull County
is disturbed to the very centre. Mr.
J. P. Kohols having discovered that'
no State granta had ever been issued
for some 800 acres of land, embracing
the very heart of the town, has taken
l?g?l step to possess himself (d' the j
paine. Both sides have employed
council, and excitement is at fever
Frank Mosos Again in Prison.
BOSTON*, February 18.-In the su
perior Criminal Court at East Cam
bridge yesterday afternoon, ex Gov
ernor Moses of South Carolina, charg
ed with obtaining $34 under falso pre
tenses from Colonel T. W. Higginson
of Cambridge, came up for sentence,
tho defendant having pleaded guilty.
Mr. Moses made an eloquent appeal
for mercy, reviewing his past career,
and stated that his mind had given
way under his troubles, inftaneing
the paltriness of the crime in proof
thereof. Ile was sentenced to six
months in the House of Correction.
A Philadelphia Uorror.
A special dispatch from Philadelphia
dated February 12 says: Fire broke
out in the insane department ol' the
almshouse in West Philadelphia about
niuo oclocic. Tho flames spread rap
idly, and bofore the three hundred
inmates could bc released nineteen ol'
them were JU rited tn death O t?) e?'H
wero left to roam about, tho grounds
at will and many of them were picked,
up hythe po!icq throughout the eily.
-Tho*peoplo of Washington evi
dently understand that an inaugura
tion occurs only once in every four
yearn, A glance nt the advertising
columns of Hie daily newspapers indi
cates thal, almost everybody who has
a room or window on the line of march
from the Capitol to the White Houso
is willing to rent it. Out of a score
of advertisements the lowost price for
singlo windows is 810 or two tor $16.
Tho .condition of tho agricultu
ral laborers in Malboro* County
is 26 per cont, bettor than it was
at this time last year. Tho supply
of laborers is suflioiont. It has
not been affected by emigration.
Two thirds of tho agricultural la
borers in this county aro colored
and one-third white. Tho
laborers aro generally making
contracts for the now yoar for
wages .'aud shares of tho orop
they aro not disposed to rent
land*. Tho rato of wages ie $10
por month and ration?. "When
they work on tho sh aro system
thoy furnish all tho labor, bear
one-half tho oxponces, aud roceivo
one-half of proceeds of tho crop.
Tho laborers aro neither diligont
nor trustworthy. They J! ave not
economical and have made no
perceptible improvement in (heir
way of living. Tho condition end
prospects of tho farmers, as far as
they depend upon tho labor ques
tion, aro about tho samo as in
previous yours. With fair soufrons
and other favorable conditions
dependent upon tho weather,
there is no reason why the plan?
tors should not regain their won
tod prosperity. Thoro is a thrifty,
energetic farming CIURB in this
county that can turn tho, pressed
imporfect systom of labor to good
account by diligently attending,
in porson, to tho many details of
tho farm, and no fears need bo
entertained ns to th oil* success, if
they have propitious HORHOOS.
The lack of this for tho last two
yeo ra luis affected tho planters in
In consequence of discoveries us to
the practice of selling damaged canned
goodtto innocent consumers, abill has
been introduced in the New York Leg
islature to require that all cans of veg
etables, &o.j shall bear a stamp show
ing tho dato of their preparation.
Thc penally for selling a can of goods
not bearing this date-mark is to be
The most lamentable result of the
recent dynamite explosions in London
is tho discharge of Irishmen employed
in numerous mills and factories, and
the posting of notices "no Irish em
ployed." Unjustifiable as such retal i
ation is, it is but natural. One of the
peculiarities of dynamite as an explo
sivo is that its force expends itself
equally in all direction.
Several Northern and Western
newspapers, among their "society
notes," havo published recently an
item stating that Rhea, the actress,
is engaged to he married to Senator
Wade Hampton. The Senator's inti
mate friends regard the rumor as
Mrs. Garfield expects to pay a
visit South in a few weeks. Ono
of her objective points will bo to
her gold mino in Stanly County,
.? <o> ? -
As au article for tho toilet, Ayers
Hair Vigor stands unrivalled. lt
oleabscs thc scalp, and preserves it
from scurf and dandruff, cures itching
and humors, restores faded or gray
hair to its original dark color, and
promotes its growth.
Every event iii this world is a syl
lable breaking from thc lips (d' Clod.
Every epoch in affairs is a completed
sentence of His thought; and thc
great stream of human history is God's
endless revelation of Himself.
The disfiguring eruptions on thc
face, tho sunken eye, the pallid com
plexa n. i lid?ente thal lhere is .some
thing wrong going on Within. Expel
I he lurking foe to health. Aycr's
Sarsaparilla was devised for that pur
pose; and does it.
Maj. Martin R. Delany, colored
died at Wilberforce, Ohio, recently.
He will bc remembered in South Car
olina as a candidate for Lieutenant
Governor on the ticket with Judge
(Jreen in 1871.
The President, sent a message lo tho
House of Repr?sent?t ives Tuesday, re
commending ihe acceptance of the
swords, military and civil testimonials
etc., formerly belonging to Goncral
Grant, which were purchased by Van
derbilt and presented to Mrs. Grant
with a reversion to the Gt) vcr ment at
ber death. The President, also suggests
to Congres.-^'(he propriety el taking
proper action to enable bim io place
Grant on the retired list with the rank
The President-elect hus received an
application for oilico from an Ohio
who address his letter to "Tho Hon.
Mr. Gov. Grover Cleveland, Esq."
Tim Weft SHn !
1. lt is tho simplest structure for raising water on the American market.
2. It is easily adjusted to any well or cistern. Any person can nut it up in 15 min*
Utes, ns it has no attachments lo any part of the well below tho platform.
3. It is tho most durable fixture for the purpose in use- Tt is substantially construe*
ted, nnd the buckets never come in contact with each other, or thc sides of the well,
ond the groove provided in the polly is so arranged as lo produce but little friction on
tho rope und none on the pulley,
4th. it works onsily. Tho bucifals balance each oilier, jo tho only resista nco lu overcome ia
tho weight of tho water In ono httokot] heneo tt is tho only strm* turv that will raiso wator from
deop wolla without H corresponding Increase of friction, ami that requires no moto pVwcr to opo
rate in a well of Ititi foot than i ti ono of 20 feet depth.
5th It is nhvtlys reaily for usi uni always nt its best. After years ol' service lito sumo number
of turns of tho crunk brings li.o -ante amount of willer ns when now.
6th. lt hu.? nono ol' the objections so common to pinups, lt will never frreze, hu? ho wondon
tubing to wear oui, decay und )>. Ilute lite water; no iron lubing to rust, never hus to bc primed
puck cl or thu wed oui, und you do not hu vc to pump nut a pail full to get n fresh cool drink.
7th. Iiis entirely free from dunder. ISeing provided with a self .neting hrake, governed by
au cccontrif, it ts linpoaslblo, should tho hand (icolilenttdly slip from the crank tor thc bucket to
run down. Hence any child can In.mlle it with perfect safety.
THU entire structure e.insists Ol' one pulley with crank, our tope, live buckets anti one spout
for euch blicket. . These spouts tire attached to inside I ettrb or frame, ! il ' ;,n; operated by rod
pressirre iront the otltsid*!, brining them tt|t under ita tai in g tho I'tilvo in tho liotlum ol' (lie
bucket und conveying tho water o> ptopor receptado; ii .icc r will . scon thill the unph'u-.mt
handling cf ropes anil buckets ls iloneuwny with, un 1 Itu anclen td in i i r.beiitli?gSnob operation
TI?OEXJ'LTGl? SATISFACTIOJM GfTT.A.rf?^IISrTIElEJID
l'or further pArtiouInrs apply to
W. 0?URL?NGTOK & CO., jJoimottsville, S. C.
Patented August Stil 1SS2.
Baxsters Tinted Wall Paints,
SUBSTITUT? FOU K ALSO MINK.
Kondy for U8e by tho addition of hot watur.
Tho hont urtielo inado for vminluiK ceilings
and wulla. KIOIIT KLBUAST TINT?. White. Sots
pur pound. Tints lOcts. per pound. A Liberal
discount to dotilors. To apply it me ? knlso
mino or wall brush. Send for Snmplu oard of
tlnU to tho manufacturers. A saving of 8ti
por cont. WM. M. Il A XT KU A i/o.
Manufaoturors of Paints,
Doo 3 Uh 1884 Now York .
TO LEASE FOR 5 YEARS.
THE largo nod valuable Estate colled
MAN DE RV I LL Ki Monking to the
Into Samuel Sparks, Esq-, of Marlboro1
County. Tbe said Estate contains 6Q0
acres of finest arable land, and 750 in
aplaudid forest ?nd cane pasturo land
and never failing waler sprit)tis Kn*
terms apply to iloir Knox Livingston
Heunettsvillc, who bas plat showing ad
vantages of the same.
The above property can bc treated for
at Private salo on easy terms.
SUSAN Ki KKITT,
ALSO, AT PRIVAT:-: SALE,
IN Orangeburg Co, and forming part
of tho "Keitt Estate" alarm of Goo
acres of thc richest red clay lands, in
which have hoon this year erected six
commodious frame tenant houses, barns
KKPBRRNOK: lion. Knox. Livingston,
Or t? Messrs Jamed 1'ertcrkin, William
Mane, Estp, Col. A. T. Goodwyn, Korie
Motto, Orangeburg county S. C.
SUSAN Ki KEl'lT,
Nov. 6th 1884. if
'lt YJOTS READrRG FREE I
FOR SIX GOOD FAMILIES.
temi yo.irnnntoand the nanto andnddrcssof AV od
yuin nolichiiora or fri? mts on a postal card
nod trot tree for yonrsoJi and caoh .
I ot them a specimen ropy of
THE GREAT SOUTHERN WEEKLY,
i i "AMa Mioii."
0UP / "UNCIE REMUS'S" world-famoul
I Sketches of ?ho old Plantation Darkey/
THREE 1 "BILL ARP'S" H?mor?tii Loiters foi
IIUMOKOOS ) tho Homo and Htarlli Stono,
WBitFnti ( "BETSY HAMILTON'S" adventure)
wm I u,& \ lo)d |n the HCratk<fii oia|ccfi
If VII? Sturt ti, ftUitch** of Tratet, JWtr#,
J'oori?, /'un, iliU'tnturtt, "The 1'arm,*'
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AUdrias "Tim CONSTITUTION," Atlanta, On. I
"-NOT IC K ~
IjlUItNITUltK ropnirod, olontiotl nnd vnrni>li
. od. Old mnttin.i.-'O? mudo over and mw
ones mad% l>y J. T. STONK. Shops for tho
present n t my roHlttpiie? ^tli?'drolling forihorly
ocottplcd i>y J, H. Sampson.
Mrs. STOM;, who Is ti flrst.olnss Oros.-- Maker
nnd Tall?te?;?, will out and moko f>>r Lndlcs nnd
(loni lcm i II . donning nnd repairing Clothing
a spooiftUy. Prices lo>v and satisfaction gttnr
nntecd. Your patronado sollollcd.
popular Wook ly neirr wr
w ilovutod to eolenc?, roeooanics, enpintiiriiij;, <;?i
covcries, Intentions and patontsevor published. Ky.?tt
numbor illustrated with iplendld nngravimiH. I nt.?
publication, furnlshos ft nioatvaluablo onoyolopf Ui j of
information which no person should ho without. I lu'
?iopnlnrltr of th? SCTRNTIFIO AMKMCAN in such that
ts eiroulation nearly ooualsthntof all other papers <>(
ts ciaos combined. Trico, ?S.20 n yoar. Discount 16
Clubs. Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN A CO., Pub
lishers, No. 361 ?roadway. N. y _
Munn ?fc Co. hnvo also
, had Thlrty-Sovon
0 Vonra* practico bo
T foro tho ratont Olllco.
"Jand havo prepared moro than Ono Hun
SH Oreti Thousand aDplicstlonw fer pat
HenU in ?ho United Ht aloa ?nd foreign,
SB countries. CsToats. Trade-Marks, Oopy
r rights. Assinnmonts, and all other pap?n
for eocnrins; to Invontorb tholr rhihla tn tho
United Stales, Osnsda, Knaland, Franco.
(Jormany ?nd othor forsten countries, propsred
at short nollco ?nd o? reaaonablo tornis.
Information ?a toohtsinine patents cheer fu.ly
alvon without criarse. Hand-books of lnforins
tion 6ont froo. Patont* obtai?od through Munn
- ,t Co. aro noticod in tho Solsutillo Amoman frno.
Tho ndvantBKO of such nolie? ls well nndor*tood hy all
titrions ?bo wish to diuposo of their putouts.
Add'oss MUNN A CO., Olllco BciilicmiC Ay.hKV.v.;,
Sil l?roadx.ny, Non- York.
2B YEARS IN USE.
Tho Greatost Modical Triumph of the) Ag?!
SYMPTOMS OF A
Lona of appetite. Bowel? costive? Pain In
tho heul, with ti dull flonantlon in tho
(mole parr, l'nln undor tho shoulder
ti lu dc, I''H ll ii cn;? after en ting, with a dis
inclination to exci tion of body or mind,
Irritability of tonipor, Low upi vi tn, with
n fool in? ot" lui villi: iiOBlootod soDio duty?
Weariness, Dizziness, Fluttering at tho
Houri, Dots boforotho oyes, Ilondnoho
ovor tho right oyo, Roatloasnoan, vrlth
fitful dronms, Highly colorod Urine, and
TliTT'N I'lIiTifl) aroespooinlly ntlnpUsa
to auoli cnsoM, ono dono offcota such a
clm-iR" of fouling UM to astonish thu sufToror.
Thoy l?crense thc Appetite,nnd cnuso tho
body to Tnlio oik E?Uesh, thus tho system ls
nourished, rO?l hy th'-ir Tonio Action on
Um Oltre.UlvoOrimtiSiItcuulnr Utool*oro
l)|<)d>lffJ. l*fjCOVttji?i <> I Murrny NtiiSiXl
"?9 H ti ama nu i?j u aaa
Gu4V ll ADI or WutsKKUS ohanged to a
Grossr IM.ACK by n v?nolo application of
this Dr?. lt impart* ii natural color, aols
lliatantanoouKly sold hy r)rui;giBt<i, or
pent by oxonian on I'OCOiptOf 01.
Offico, 44 Murray St., Now York.
Too Old, Woli TriocJ, Wondorftil
Moa Uh Ronowlng Romodloo.
?Ml?lWS SANATIVE PILLS A^??
I.IVOI ColniHfllnl llogulnthif/ tho llnwols, Purifying
thc lllprxl, Uli .uisiiii! from Malarial Taint. A por.
iwi cure r?r .so-ti llondncho,Constipation
tittil all illlliuiN Ulnordcrs,
STRUM'S PECTORAL PILLS s??'U;
ifon, ii>iinlttrity ol Ilia bowots A precious boon
lo ridiculo l'ctuoli'H. Moothing and bracing thc
ncrvotmKystom and ftiyihft vigor and hoaltli togvory,
?ilirocf Ibo body Sold hy 1 ): iit;i:i;;t ?. For Pamphlets,
Hi iihhosiO li- Hou,ACo ,180od(irSv,,KvVvCiU
A youiig root n.^s. '?whfttis lim omi of
nunc?" Tito ^o," uiy boy, if you
douvl i' WhinV* Givu w nnollior
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY!
Tho undersigned is now prepared to lill all order for Doors of any
kind and stylo at prices that ?ill astonish you-competition defied.
Am also prepared to take orders for any kind of furniture for tho
parlor or tho kitcho?, and satisfaction guaranteed.
OLD FURNITURE made to look now, and Chairs furnished with
NEW BOTTOMS at reasonable ch at cos,
made and trimmed to order on tho best terms.
CALL AND .S'A'/-; rj& On tho Corner south of Baptist Ohuroh, And on
the Street running West Kroui tho Presbyterian Church.
.Ianmirv IO, 1884
Sa m PO WE sis.
IT STANDS AT THE HEAD.
.TUM LIGHT RUNNING
?3 A\/K1 TTS ?SgT?O
This out show tho New Stylo of Wood Work that tho Company is now Introducing
The new lino of AIN
tachtnonts thal ure
now b o i n J? placed
with each DOMKSTIU
are specialties. ?No
other Machine has
them. These Atlticli
incuts and tho Mew
Wood Work Intake
the 'Domestic! more
limn over, without
S TAN IIA RD
H rf T>d>
- IN I.TS -
FOR SALK AT 77/? BAZAAR,
?HAS. ?. ionpAKT, PKo,,1,'iSrJNETTSV ILLE- s- C
O??f" Agonis wanted in unoccupied Territory.
Add ross DOMESTIC SE WING MACHINE CO.,
march 19 1884_ ?' _KtomtOM). V\.
k MARVELOUS STORY
TOLD IN TWO LETTERS.
FROM THE WU: "SS8S&8S
" Gentlemen: My fathor rosidos at Glovor,
Vt. lio has boon a grout BUfforor from Scrof
ula, and tholnoloscd lotter will toll you what
. marvelous Oifoct
hu bad bl bis ooso. I think bin blood must
hare contained tho humor for at least ton
yoara ; but it did not show, oxoopt in tho form
of a iorof UIOUB aoro on tho wrist, until about
flvo year? ago. From a fow spots which ap
poarod at that timo, it gradually spread ao aa
to covor his ontlro body. I assure you bo waa
torribly afflicted, and an objootof pity, whon
ho bogan using your medicino. Now, thoro aro
fow mon of his ago who enjoy ns good health
aa ho has. I could easily namo fifty persons
who would testify to tho Tacts in his caso.
Yourstruly, \V. M. PHILLIPS."
FROM THE FATHER:
v duty for mo to state to you tho bonoflt 1
havo dorivod from tho UKO of
Six months ago I was completely covorod with
a torrlblo humor and strofulous sores. Tho
humor caused an incessant and lntolorablo
itching, and tho skin craoked so ns to causo
tho blood to flow in many plnccB whenovor
I movod. My sufferings woro groat, and my
lifo a burdon. I commenced tho uso of tho
SAHSAPARIIXA in April last, and hnvo used
lt regularly sinco that timo. My oonditlon
bogan to improve at once. Tho sores havo
all boated, and I fool porfootly woll in ovory
ros poet-being now auto to do a good day's
work, although 73 years of ago. Many In nu l ro
what has wrought suoh a euro In my ease, and
I toll them, as I havo boro tried to tell yon,
AYKR'/I SABSAPARILLA. Glover, Vt,, Oot.
21,1882. Yours gratefully,
UIBAM PHILLIPS." \
AYBU'S SABSAPABitiiA euros Scrofula
and all Scrofulous Complaints, Kt.'Dlp
olas, JCczoina, Ringworm, Mote, os,
Sores, Bolls, Tumo?, and Kraptlona of
Uko Skin. It clears tho blood of all hripn
rltloo, aids digestion, stimulates tho action of
tho bowols, and thus restores vitality aud
strengthens tho wholo system,
Sold by all Druggists) $1, als bottles for |&
LUMBER FOR All \
rilUK undorsigi<od respectfully inform.' the
I. iU'reii' ot' lier notlsylllc nu ; ruiroilnditi^
e.ouuny that ho In* locate'! hi"
Mew Steam Saw Mill
about Two and hair miks east oj'bonnells viii'
nc av Old HourVty Snot Oliijr'eli und. on (he Che
la v road, a short distance frbitii thc .Sl;<iiSonrd.
I'rleo fvun &(l to $1.0 ?il thu Mill, and titirt?oc
oan rely <>n getting llrst-elnss lumber. Oivc
moa trial ordOi*. Address mo al thu mill <>
brough tho nostoffico.
H. H. WILLIAMSON.
July '29, '84.
i HAIE BENEWER
was tito first, preparation perfectly adapted to
I cui'o diseases of tho for.li>,;n"^ tho first suc
cessful restorer of failed or gray hair to lia
j natural color, growth, and youthful boauty.
Iit hus had manyImitators,but nonobavo?o
tully met all tho requirements ncodful far
tho proper treatment of the hair and sonlp.
HALL'S HAW HBNEWEH has steadily growu
i in favor, and spread Its fame and uso?ulnoss
to every quarter of tho globo. Its unparaV
Mod success can bo attributed to but on<
1 cause: thc entire fulfilment of its promises.
Tho proprietors havo often boon surprised
r,t tho rccolpt of orders from remoto coun
tries, whoro they had ncvermadeau clfortfor
Thc uso for a short time of HALL'S IlAirt
lti:>:t:w*:it wonderfully Improves tho por
j ??irnl appearance, lt .cleanses tho scalp from
: all impurities, euro.) all humors, fovor, and
i dryness, and thus prevents baldness. It
Stimulates tho weakened glands, and euablCB
i thom to push forward a new and vigoro/!
I growth. Tho ofl'eots of thia article e?i ;?v?
tran r.ont; Uko those <vi jveparo
tiona,but remain a long time, whioh makes
lt? ase a matter of economy.
Will chango tho beard to a natural brown,
or black, nu desired. It proilnccs a permanent
color that will not wash away. Consletlngof
a singlo preparation, lt is applied without
R. P. HALL & 00,1*8,11.1
Sold by all Doalors in Medicines.
POR ALL THE FORMS
Scrofulous, Mo .'curial, and
, tho heat remedy, hecauso tho
J-,?r;-''.>\ unH,tN6onrehitia and thorough
; ?'.\ l>!ooil-puiinor.'!8
gold by id) Druggists} ?1,BIX bottloB.??,
.*T? XKATIiY and PROMPTLY DONK^
J)vnwe.,d |ol) 0lfiof.
Kast sido Puldio S?pituo.
Transient or ?'rivato ?iontding
Oil reasonable tenus.
Mrs. S. J. ADAMS,