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ContInued from first page.
soon one gets weary of her, her
acting is so monotonous. Amiable,
intelligent, energ6tic, financial, she
koeps half an eye on her family, and
the remaining eye and a half on the
Has come to the front latterly, won
golden opinions with many and
golden rewards from tho multitude.
He was a pupil and frierd of, as well
as fellow-actor with, Edwin Forrost,
to whose school he belongs. He is
more refined than Forrest was, but
he has a good deal of tho same
phypical, robust olemont. He has
a good person, fine presence, rich,
sonorous voice, a keen, vigorous un
derstanding ; but he is not strictly a
Shakspearean artist. He is apt to
be too mindful of himself, his strong
individuality colors his conceptions
and shapes his methods; ho Wannts
a cegi%a scholarly tone. But ho is
kteadily improving; he is yet young
-not more than forty-and both
studious and ambitious.
He is soon at his best in auch
parts as his master mado famous,
"Spartacus," "Jack Cado," "Mota
mora ;" but recently he has dis
dained these, aspiring to "Hamlet,"
"Lear," and "Cthello." His lato en
gagement hero was so euccessful
that it has helped his reputation
vastly, and elevated his self-lovo
conspicuously. It has not spoilod
him, however. Ho is a good soul,
and his vanity never renders him
selfish or inconsiderate of others.
He shares after expenses, and often
clears $1,500 to $1,800 a week ;
but he is so free with his purse that
it is more frequently empty than
full. He keeps out of dobt, how.,
ever, and has, of late, bogni, I un
derstand, to put aside something
for a rainy day. The example of
poor Ned Adams, whose warm friend
he was, has shown him tho folly of
extravagance, and instructed him in
somo degree of pecuniary prudonco.
NE WJS OF THER DAY.
The government has commenced
a suit against the Erie Ilailroad for
$67,000 back taxes.
At Hunting, West Virginia, last
week, nine boys in a small beat
were swept over the dam, in Symes
Crock, and four were drowvned1.
F. B. James, manufacturer of
boilers and copper work, commritted
suicide in Louisville, Ky., on Satur
day. Supposed cause, financial
William Henry Hurlburt, editor
of the New York 'World, has been
serionsly ill of pneumonia, compli.,
cated with a bronchial trouble.
Two school--boys, Frank Aldridge
and John Smith, each aged thirteen,
engaged in a fight at Now Harmony.
Indiana,. on Friday. Smith stabbed
Aldridgo five times, instantly killing
James Gordon Bennett has sold
his yacht "Dauntless" to some
prommnent yachtman. It is thoughti
that Commodore Kane is tme pur
chaser4. The price paid waM
The Mississippi Legislature con
tains one hundred and fifty-seven
members. They include two Roe
publican Senators, one being color-,
ed, and in the House, one white
Republican, two Independent cob
ored Republicans, two Fusion col
ored Republicans, and three colored
An Italian saloon keeper in Rich
mond, Va., has been fined '$20 and
costs, in all amounting to $50, for
failing to register one drink of
whiskey sold to W. M. Walker, the
delegate from Westmoroland. Al-'
though the Legislature pa.ssed the
Moftbt law, yet the register is a
novelty to them, and when they
wait to see the barkeeper ring the
bell, and he does not, there is
apt to be a row.
The State Grange of the Order
of Patrons of 'Husbandry, recently
in ses sion at Peoria, I., passed the
followving resolution : ''.Resolved
h 64the State Grange recommenA
thelii Grangers and For'mers of
Illiois, to hold pork for thirty
ays, nnless they can oba f..e
dollars for dressed hogs, and four
dollars and twenty-fivo cents for
The Now York Post's spocial
from Washington says tho Repub
licans intend hastoni)g a decision in
the Senato of the rosolution to in
vestigato tho allegod bargain be..
twoon Pattorson and Senator But
lor, whereby the former was to voto
for the latter's admission to
the Sonate, and Butler was
to use hig influeneo to have
tho indietments against Pattorson
suspondod. Ex.-Colloctor Worth
ington, of Charloston, asserts that
he wias a witness of the bargain, and
he will be the important witnessi.
E could find no other ap
propriaio heading to indicato the
large Stock of DRY GOODS,
SHOES, HATS, &c. &c., that we
ario now daily receiving. W
thought of Headquarters, Empo
riun and Bazaar. All too tame.
Come One ! Come All
Wo are dotormined not to be un
dorsold by any houso in South
The Bost Prints in Town at 61 cts.
The very best made at 8a cts.
Coats' Cotton, all colors, at 75 ets.
We intend to try to please you in
prices, goods and p)olito attention.
CALL AND SEE.
OTTO F. WEITERS,
Nos. 110,112 and 181,
CHARLESTON, S. C
Silent Sewinc, Machine,
[.atest Inlvention, Producing Marvelous
1te surpalssing merit rmaces it beyond all com
tA ni te larg indlteenen (t~ offertd -
selrs t osy, ralir-rning, trolIbleisme, two
Onl1y Machine in the World with
Automatic F'eatures, and
with n10 Tension to
Write byPostal Card for P?rice List, LIsI
of Offiees, &o.
VIIcor& 01111ns s. M. co
( Cor. Bona 8t,f '68 Broadway; N. Y4
Ayer's Ague Cure,
ou", itirwn, or lisa.upios
Thi:-t 1s n enmlpottncd renlieldl, preparod with
rcieniiflno skil fromvee.( leig1111tswhc
rarviy V6i4 to) (,tre fihe v -rel Wae . Chills
anlFever and the conc01nit:lnt di4frorer. Slieh
a itnd c 1: ' ecevss;ifics (if the0 pcolll in ll .
rious distrit-ts dellalnd. Its gre:*.tsii periority
over an.y wther nmedlicine yel dikcovered Vor thie
citre ofItr itt I.i, mlat, it c-ontainis no qui
nine or niineral, and those %%ho take it are frce
front danger of quinism (ir ainy injuriousa 611'ects,
and tire its healthy af'ter uising It .1. bef'ore. It
hans been extensively emnployed duiring thie at
thirty years lin the trenlintent of these distressing
disorder.,and so uinvaryhng hiat; becti Its success
that ' it hiasi gainted the repuittation of being infad
fiblo. Recan, theref'ore, be -afely reconnenided
aq a sure remnedy and specille for th Feevre anud
Agne of the W'eitt, and the Chililm anid Foreer of
the Son(th. It counteracts thie ninumnatic poison
In the blood, and frees (the systemnI'rom its influ
ence, Fto thalt fever and ague, sh:akes or chills,
once broken upl by It, do not return until thie
diserase is again contracted.
The great variety of disorders whielh arise froin
[lhe irritation of this poison, suich as Neuralgia,
Rthumnnttlam. Goldt, HIendnchle, 1111ndniemm,
Toothachoe, Uanehin, Cat arrhl, Athitmn, Pna..
1witatimn, Splenie AMTettions, 111yKterles, Palin
lin the 111im-Nl, Colle, Pueirslysis, tind derange.
of the 81.0mach0, all of1 which hecoline jintermlit
tenit or periodical, hrive no -peedier remedly th:an
AVr:n'S AWcE Cui.r. w':vch cures them all aliko,
tind protects the sys,tem Frontiutre att:acks. A s
at preventive, it I., of* inimense hervice fin those
com inntin ities where Fever and Ague prevnils, as
it sl:ays the developini-nt i-f the disease If l:aken
onl thu flirst approacht tlie prenionitory syinp
(ollis. Travellersmai-tmoI r esdnt r
thnts onabledI to del'y th1ediorilers, and few
will ever snffer If they akv.:l themls.elves of thle
protection this reii oidy affirds,
l1,or Livor Comuplasintt s, aris ing fromt forpidity,
it Is; an excellmnt.remedy ; itstimniates this organ
into he:althyv activity, and pr-ofinces many remark
able cure.; *Wheria othier mncdicies fail.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
1ractica and Analytlcal Clhenicsts,
GOLD BY ALL DIMUGGISTS UVERYWIrT.ME,
PaI . J tLV 15. Ib1l.
WE CLAIM FOR TH. Y\iPROveD
The following specifil poits of supe
I-Great sialiH ily In Cont
tit res hiteteon. I' hs hitesn
2--DI ree nl oiy.
Ere moinetl i l frat Ramn
i5-Peroo, t!f'rnin tn ytoli its jo
01-C broealt y Iti otetr F nil thd
' igle Mneieso soer on i orse firet
litcth .\lolch in e. irihss itlietaie
of then ftor cireur a nd~IiiithC'Iit partilrs.
feb 17CLltie itiPatlllilS ersort, hi Jh
WA0l1lTERS'tt~ OREST he ON aial gl tnORAi,a
IL tay th dcchois 'the (senueIfta'ken
Ottthu lus iIlIoalistyl an petorec infto
touts 'I'tVCIIO S 1( il eItve eneit I tra
-)1Onalt atitionronchr lluOinan
--t tatt zviiv n Vtoice aty rwo a dkn
ableOlltalwhoe o h nieal Octvs fhel
Prepaed byD uned in Ayerf& e ar
Scnny w ith ees
ERCETNN CH I ~l Il MER, IAE,)n
res ollobing R eiY it of VOCNO itpen
Worksanipand Durhillt y UnuCnne.
WarrnnedormI YELigh R.
t IE X atEYLg.renh3o
th6 -ntauety reeied Instr~meanst
tte rae.h llitrat Catleti jiitd
WAiNM PAY ACE WATES!& M
.WA TEISOUNISl SECURIT OGl,
THEBET HUSHo1D01 ((IN USrE.' 1to
W ratd15 Degrees1 Flirde-Test.li
WAERWIIE, IN1 CONuiuLOR.
For ExelHenct of Manufheture
AND III l IIli'R TEST.1 11g
TTowannt Fine TN.tinANc (ICo. hF B ALn,
(hT'a(une De)J. ,Wf, Iii-Messrs.iO West1lCh C an
- I'.uSn 4'illit :It usedo evrIous 11 oil ol
inltbil eitl0 ltIl for bhontepuros I (take ins
u1'rk ttrecnunclu ingy Aad dUinSiurlity
Air"iasthe sfesr Man YesIoerusin u huo
fI'l. Yourihiit'is trlyete.ltiti'ts,
l[t 1ned] p11 Ait (h tR EWltuit RES ,ret.
CA. WEShTA(I SOAl I1S, aR mor.
PUIl a'yurs(fI subsitionto T
Arrived and to arrive, con
sisting of Walnut Chambox
Suites, Painted Cottage Suites
Wardrobes, Sideboards, Safes,
Book Cases, Bureaus, Tables
Chairs, Bedsteads, Cribs
. Desks, Towel-racks, Wash
s standa, Lounges, Sofas, Hall
Stands, H-at Racks, Coat
Hooks, Corner Stands-for
G Design and Workmnanship Un..
- ^ equaled.
1 . lSave,hig bills by purchasing AT HOME.
A NEW SUPPLY OF
RUS-RIWINWaw Su1M:s., Low in Prico, Durablo and Conventie nt. 0
wNill never get out of order, and will last longer than any other Shade.
MVEATi tRE S SES
Spring Beds, Picture Frames, Pictures, Brackets, Mirrors, Children's
And Shinglos at Prices to Suit the Times.
Neatly done at modorate Prices. Furniture inade to order.
I kcoop on hand a full supply of Metalic and Rosowood Burial Cases
and Cluffins of the finest finish. Also, a cheap stock of Coffins.
_ . W. Phillips.
,a Zia _
PEO PL .
'WE HAVE INAUGURATED
A Great Popular Holida y Sale
1Y 303DS, CLOTHING,
3'-Z LLa , 4=-,.wi'. s,"t no Sr C:X>1.*,
GROCERIES, ETC., ETC.
WE PROPOSE TO CLEAR OUT OUR STOCK AT REMARKABLY
And we are offering unparalleled bargains in all dopartments. We are
determined to carry none of our prese)t stock to the next season.
WE GUARANTEE TO SELL GOODS, OF WHATEVER KIND,
Lower Than Before the War.
gOW, LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS.
I. S1UGENEIMERF& CO.
December 20, 1877.
T E LATEST ARIVALS!
AT LOWEST PRICES!
I LLAVE just returnod from the market, having selected one of the hand
somest, 1argest, and best assorted stocks ever brought to this place, for
the e)pecial benefit of the citizens'of Fairfield, to which I respectfully
invito their attention.
To the Ladies who would havo the pretiest styles of DRESSES,,
GLOVES, LINGERIE, and the very daintiest SHOES
Call on SOL. WOLFE.
To the Gontlemen who would got the very latest and nobbiost suits of
CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES, BOOTS, and furnishing GOODS
Call on SOL. WOLFE.
To those who are in neod of goods of 11 kinds, Notions in great
TABLE LINEN, HOMESPUNS, HOSIERY,
DOYLIES, CHECKS, BUTTONS,
TOWELS, TICKING, HAMBURG EDGING
BLANKETS, BLEACHING, VALISES and TRUNKS:
-THESE MAY BE FOUND AT