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. D. XKENNDY.
.J, C. Corr.
k'or Sve:rtary of' Sat.,
L-or 1 . Y0o31aNS.
For Sterintenlelt t, (f diatijo.
Moll S. TllwMsll-.
For' Adjttant nsinsrt o-laer
Arilun A.L .NI.Ir
For Wiato Trea18urer1.
- Tm-l. 00-1'-t A dver/iver says thlat
Scluator ]IhI Ovhr has., recently.joined the
JpiAlsopall CharIu-ebl, in which faith he
-was; bmplised ill inlfan1cy.
Evlvun Cl N(;Unis 'l'I.A Aliriw's
let-te of ecHpAIWIlnehts (AarIiId's 1l1
hollow, and vet no0body hals remlenli-I
ber-md Ih.-I Al-1h11n' was hlobnlobbingc at
week wt hw1( Cmiklin"g just before his:
letter appenarvd. Tibuihad is Esaui's'
butil, ti voit-f! isi cob's.
Wu.1. 'run x1:I~':Wo ims ix 'iwiq.:
collfoies inl whch he ( ll ns rC
turishamve 1of beenu publislod, --vt
themll and pnblish lwm- at omcet! So tI h.t
the poplailt.ionI (WI he S1:a4 4n11 be ag
gregated? Li'teen coullies show a
populaioll of' 1. (, 2 a09 ant6 296,.800
in 1870--a gain of 1:,1,26.
-A krLA-ST ACCOUNrS GiOVE.MNOnt Col..
quiRt, of Georgia, was inl at firt waty
to scure at two-thirds vote ror re
11oml inat(ionl onl (lhe first bakllot. bell
Hill thinks the pnrty is in a bad way
and likely to get worse. le will be
convinced of it if Colquitt sweeps tho
field. Ben aid Alfred do not adore
The Presidential Canvass.
The ttroptblicla havo partilly re
Covered fion the flirst klock occasion
ed by a ventilation of Garfleld's
record and the nomination of Haln
cock, and tile)' are beginning a desper
ate camnpaign. Evoe sacrifico hafs
been made to propitiat tie Grant,
eleent. What iitt e l tho way of
1'eforni wasI secured 'at Chicago, was
throwni away in tGilfld's letter, and
his surrender of the civil service and
lis flaunt of the bloody shirt, brought
Gr'ant out of' his retirement, arrested
the pr'emature decline iuto which Don
Camneron prlof'esed to have f'allen, and
indueed John Logan to set out on a
whIolesaO le massacr'e of' thle King's
liiaglish. JI en Shae'aninf ~and lilaine,
tdesp i the 1('ir b elijet tha21t they we're sold1
& lit in1(te conven('ioni, IiOw J''cfgni;.
mlg the deksperin of u he s 1( itiuationa,
haOve prt''i ieda to (Io uI hat t.(hey cani to.
e'laracflter isl ic .:pa'.t'ia 's in i l hinaIzpo)lis.
iiujt ngp bat. the l~lpu)lcan1 party
d'es niot ( li'r any~ cause for enthusi
listm onl Ihe part of1 ar idenit reCformiers,
but prophelItSy ingl" that iDemlocratic suce
eess will opent a whole Pandora's bo
of1 ev1ils. Ie ! Iimpresses 01n1his hearersi'
that. it is bel ter' to henar the ills we hanve
thtan Jiy to ot hier.4 ilit we know~ unot of.
Shrlewd pol it icail prophets bel ieve
that this miode of' argumen)(1t will be
used I I by liepblican11 spakerIs to thle
s ai I to thi.4 i-: a 'onlfe"sionl of' we'v.
erI si their mau-rt' ofi coluetingo
the camii)Ij n and in the tne of' thei' -
sp'akers, fully' assurec te pe(ople of
the abseniceof 01any1, reap1~on to fear a
chnange, t he voter's of' the doubtful
States mayn thlink twvice before enirol
11ng thiemselves 11nder1 hancock's ban.
edi inl JIndianaI. and1( in a fe'w edma' the
Demlocrats will f'ollow suitI. 'iac best
ji . HlWspekers and1( I he ablest manager's
-shldtl be senit to reoinfor'ce Hendricks
am?F Vorhees and1( MIe)onald anud
Engls i~ th ight. the'y are' making.
it.ohs iiue its l teile ice(b.ob' he
whotio buitteo bim' il b'ure
cals an theianempoiltl~ w itl ll beae.
fought and won. Thle triumph 0o' old
Blue Jeans in October', 1876, bronght
not only Is own State, hut Newv York,
New Jersey and( Counneticut ovev ill
November, just as Rtepulblican suCCess)
in North Cairolina, 01110 anId Penlnsyl..
vaia,~ in 1872, knocked t,he bottom)
eIQaB out of the Grieoley mlovement,
which up' to October possessed great
1D3emoer'afi dccanger' lies In over-con
fIdence.. Hancock's nomibatIon hmas
inspir'ed' euch: enthusiasm t;hat his fol
lowers are tlgul'ing Out 11s8 majolities
on paper', Wile is enemies ar'e OF
gankI2ing wily schemes and desperate
3end8ures. TIheo ecIItin wvi1l hOt be
-keicded. by' pyr'otechlnles or the noise
of tom40ini aid h1urdy-gurdies. The
help along, and are of icpaliuble a<
VaUtag6 to the pa4y that has a laro
stook-of.thil fi store; But woJ
disclpli dril ant otail.. ari, af
,all) the W44pons that Colt. If 't
Democrati bring all these forces t
bear, In addition to the spotless rept
tation and sounI coustititional P11ic
PIcs of their candidates, we do not me
how ihey can lose Indiana or stife
defeat in November.
Dootor Tanner's Fast.
While Dr. Tanner Is pro-oinilenil:
the sensation of tho period, throwin
Into the shade Garfield and I1ancoc.
and the Threo-Grecian war and Tam
many and Ant 1-Tanmany contest, anm
Whittaker's oars and the state of Gov
ornor Tilden's iealtil ho is in dange
nevortlheless of iaviig his laurel
stoleit from him by proofs that whn
he is doing has been done before
Wenli he began this task his falur(
was confIdentially predicted, because
everybody had )roviously failed at it
Now ia dozel orit 1istanes of still great
cr endurence than his have been resur
reelcd. We are told that a Marylam'
boy fasted forty days and then die
from inability to resume the task o
eating. A young man in Albany, i
1829, became religiously Insane an
abstained from everything but %vfate
for fifty-three days, at the Pindj o
Which time he gave up the ghost. Ii
1840 Thoinns Ford, of Washiigtol
County, Pennsylvania, lived thirty-nim
days without food, owing to a closinl
ul of the oriflce of the Stoiach. 114
died on (le ihrlieth day. A Mr. ''O.'
of' Cneictit, itt 1789, lived on waei
and a little beev 1or forty days withou
sustaining any bad effiects. Otet Cal
vin Mo'rgan, of NeV London, Coinec
tictit, became converted dturinjg a re
vival ill 1840, and fasted forty days at
nighs, at the end of wlihel titme 114
Wits fearfully haggard ailnd C11ma1ciated
but, lie recovered and was kiov
leiceforth as "Fortv I)ay Morgan.'
A P414-1i 1 Count, reduced to peniry
n111d (mo prloud to beg, mado ia wage:
of 0hr-e huindIred dollars f hat lie cou]h
live lilly days without etatilng or- drinlk
ing. The first, t*our days his agoilie
from thirst were terrible. sulb,.C
(1un.0t1Y hi-s hearirg' and eyesight be
C11t Unu11-Sually tCII(e. Oii the tweni
ty-first day he died. In 1872 ia <esper
ate Case of dyspepsia was Ired a
Wilminimgton, Delaware, by starvation
Inl tweity-one days the paiient wia
allowed to drink a little rice watei
which renlewed her appetite and effect
1d a enre. A. story is told of ati ok
'nnsylvanain, IL veterant of tie wai
of 1812, who in 1870 became paRtlill%
insane aid for lifty-three days lived oi
ia spoonfl oft 'brandy and an ontiee ol
guin-arabic a y a. In no way Could
he be iiidiiced to loucih anythiig else
Otn the fifty-third day lie forgot him.
self and devotred a glass of ctrpaill
jelly, alld from that thie his ntoritma
appetite returned. le lived four days
A still mlore Wvoridet'ful story waa
told a few years ago of a Ilindoo faLkii
who had the~ power, as was believed
of' suspending the f'unclitis of life foi
several months at a timte. iIe allowel
himtself to be colnined andl buried ani
not taken out atgain un itil a crop (of bair.
1ey hadl beent ripened aml1( was reape(
on his grave. At te endl of eigt
months lhe w'as takeni up1 and r'estoreC(
to conscousness. P'reviouis to going
io thle tranlce he curved his tongutii
banck wardq into his mouth ; ont being re
stored( t he tongue was unt rolled ai nd fresl:
milk enrefully pour'ed down his throat,
This stor'y, as wvell as othters told, htad
(lhe element of toughness very ftully
developed. None of them were filly
athlenticated, With the vigilan'i
watch kept over' Tanner, his success
or failure wiill do much to p)ut dloubts
It muist be observed that total ab
st.inenee from water as well as food
int every case caused a failure or' death,
Hut. with water, it is claimed, a mair
cant abstaini fromn lfood. Tanner tools
nto water f'or a niumbher o1f day's tand his
sintrerinigs wer'e itfense. Bit. as5 soot
ats lhe begani to use It his reCstlessnesi
adsfl 01eiTring dIsappeared, lie dr'an1
hort y-thrted onnees of wvater the f1rs
daiy and gained a p0ound( and aL haIlf hi
weight. This means that his tissnei
had become dr'y, and that they ab
sorbed the water Just as a spongi
The contr'oversy betwieen T'annei
andl D)r. Hammond may be reconciled
llmmlond m)1antainis that total aih
stenience fromi everything causes (leaf I
oni the twelfih or lIfteeth daiy. Tan
nier proposes to liv'e oni water forta
dlays, iIe tried to aLbstain froum wvate
and caime near dlyinig, as Ilamtmomn
saidl be would. Ilesnmtugtn its use hi
is ini a fair way to do Whiat lie says bi
-11$ how lt a jutdge decidei IIi Hinn
ruII 1. and thoutgh hie di(d not, leauvo hi
wVidow~ ni single' pienny, heo bequtenth'e<
lher a ve ry large' un paid bill aIt ai Joca
pulithi bon;l.. !lis cred(itor (1id honto
to hs miemtoryv by b)riniging atn actioi
agoinst his widow tor thle pafymient, o
her huisb,and's drinking occoutt. Si
proved (hat, shte wvas abs)o lutelvr penitt
less, butt (lie jiulge condemnieif her 14
pity thle bill withI costs,ont the grount
that by her evideiitly cap)rliius ami
htnpriact icable temlpe'r shte had dIrivel
her late hutsbandl to (lie publie house
in ordler to finid thiere the comfbrt anm
peace which wereo dentied1 him at. hiomc
-Parfa hus 315 muiles of pave'
stteets. Stofte blocks are' utsed ott 2
mtiles; Macadam on eighty-twvo milet
anid asp1halit Oin ninieteen miles.. Tlh
Macadam has been ab)andonied otn at
cout of the expense of minttin iy
itn good oirder and( the~ impossib)ility (
keopinig It free from mud1( or du1st.
-Some one asked a had how It ws
hie was so short of huis age. lie rt
plied: "Father keeps -mwe so busy
ain't time togurow."
0 V.89 T 1irY .n.rriyT 1 r,I n U.R ;! 4.
Sconeon bv qnaha -
0 .ayfng 00ood-byo --Tho ro i)m rtt'vestw
sinste and Ca(q Noir at the WbiUe.
' [COURESPONDENOR HM':AND HJERALD,
PRLS, July 11.- have Arosed
a the blue ocean, am amo g
st'ange faces and - iiovel sooles,
with observant eyes and a mind eager
- for earnest research; still, I believe no
r .Diatter where a person may hO, and
What the circumstances which sur
round him, ie should never forgot the
(ear )e1)10 Of the )IIICO of his nativily,
nor fll to add his mite to all thiigs
that have a tendency to interest and
c please. .o with tills Idea I at In
duced to draw a focus upon a few
I blank pages and briefly tell of ny trip
- and my atderings in this older world.
r On a bright, clear day, about a month
I ago, five hundred and thirty-five of us
t sailed from Now York for Liverpool
.tupon the Sythia, a mnwfifleent steam
3 or of the Cunard Line. As we glided
down the harbor the air was bracing,
the river smoot0 and caIn, and - the
receding city, seated proudly onl the
waters, looked well worthy to be the
commercial representativ% of a great
Ination. For two successive days the
r Atlantic was as unruflied as a summer
klake, anld aill w-cit dellahtfukrll Y. But
on the ovening of the second day as we
struck tho Gulf stream,
THE CLOUDS GATUmREDTIlCK AND FAST,
the air becamno icy cold, the wind
whistled among the canva-old Ocean
as treacherous as ever, oxcllnging his
sniles for wrinklese and frowns, lashed
the ship with a frightful fury, till sie
groaned and heaved, anld 1, for ono
at least, was thorouhly convinced
that eveni Crusoe's lo eiy'hut. onl the
Cannibal Isle was i ftr preferable spot
to it gorgeous lifle upon the ocean wave.
- 1 bright eyes and 1-Sithiy laces Illat
ha11 Shone full brillianev just t while
before Were now in it <limi ecli pse, the
decks were cleared, anlt(d one by one
receded to their berths, unwilling bit
helpless victims to inevitable sea-sick
ness. Now, I believe ill imany cases
this sickness is the result of tle imagi
nation. Still, when I went below and
heiard aroind and about me ) grunts
and groamis tl '-Oh r Lordio;,'' when I
noticed contorted countenances and
111.Njous expressious felling too plainly
1111d deplor1ig'ly titt there was a dis
.tressing- sensatiott iout. the epigas
tritii-that there was iicessent 11.au
Sea and colnst:ilt lp als-of course
I was inclined to "1draw over the dis
inal scene soft. pit.y's veil ;" but when I
would see a fellow start with t peenl
liar dZIermiat"ion f1or ia givenl spot to
dislodge his cago, tliowc(l by it halt
dozenl eager fr'ieids withl simlilar un
coinlt1.b Ie sentimlenfts and( feeling;xo,
anid jst as they wolid meet, the ves
sel would surge 111(1 over thew would
go in o pr-oliscuous heap, 'anld too
disgusted to rise, laY as it' byl mutual
vollselt to join inl one liniversil "erulp.
fion,'' I could but. place my kerchief to
nIly Cice anIldN wish for SoIme of the boys
to share with me the I lidierous sight
1111d wipf? away the fears o Anighite' as
flhey triekled down imly cheeks.- Well,
thanks. inl two days
'miu.:sE SCE.NES PASED AWM.',
and we had a cleanlier ship. One
by, one the ablsentees eturned fro
their retreats, aund att thle tables gave
the clearest signs of a di positiont to
make up for lost timmie. r temembler
dtist.itctly three C voracious epic'ilres
wo- had on board whtom na'.ure had
bountifunlly suppiled( with lhuge in
cisors, mnolar's and wvonderful abdomi
nat viscer'th whicb enginies of' destrue
lion they' senmed to) take a leaSuro in
exercisinig. I wioniie htave been de
tlited to see thtemt fteing some of the
bar, It wvould have been pull1 Dicky,
ll Devil. ft ourt friiend .U. of Ti.
NE.ws N a in liA .1, could1( have seen?
thet halulleIc the vian ds, he woulId
have ,said, '"By golly; that's good;
The voyage for the last five (lays
was11 devohi of anyttin g worth relatin'
V c cycn1 fihiledl to see an ty ice-bergs
wiit thir broad bases amli gli tterinig
pmnitacles that, htave so frequently of'
late floatedI downt fronm 'the polar re
''Pale suns ai t,dstanWe pa~ss tifelt away
And on the trmpassivye Ice the ifght,n igs play."
Early' Sundayii morning, eleven days
aftter leaving liewv York, wve anchored
in thte Alersey, at 10, a. in., the mighth'
'annly of' the iScythIa landed upon th'e
Quceen's (lock alt Liverpool. Each has
tottnng to his respective destination,
thley ba~de each 0other a hurried bit
allectionate adieu. Personts who have
never crossed an1 ocean have no idea of'
the itiimacy that canI be formed in a
Icw~ hour's among those upjoni board( a
ship. iNearily all otf the phenomena
p)rescitted at seaf impr'ess every one
,with their uitter lit tleness, c.onse(luen1te
ly all the passengers are mnore or less
miserable, and1( as mTiser'y loves com
pany, each soot finds a friend svitht
whom there may b,e a mutual initer
change of seintits anid sympathies.
Tlhiis fondness grows stronger tand
triter', andi w'hen thle comny33 are
atbouit to separate, thle part ings. ii as
sure v'on, are' rea'illy sad, for' each re
.imsnbers that niOany will n iever meet.
again till they hauve crossed thme eternal
, sea which cannot be reC-crossed' ; till
, hey have been wa fted dlown the crys
tial tide that flows by the throne of
.I have visitedi the most implortanit
eitoes of' the [h'ifish Isles, in which
muany objects of initerest and of won
-der' have met my gaze. Tihe magnifl
cent and,(1wastingly spacious bulilintgs,
the nmssv alls, the timne--worn and1(
- ivy-covered- cast.les, the endlless bri dues
- of solid granite, the glitt ering steepf'es,
s whose spir'es pierce the clouds, the
1 (domes and1( , towers of rock, toll of' a
1 mnost noble perseverance, of the most
heroic energy, and1( of' a gloriouq an
I' 1at'ndeid service in the gra-ndest
ohl bniil-ling oif E'gh~ld, Westminitster
Abbey C.athe'da. ~As I eteredC( the
i oor' the por deronts bell chinied a few
i times, and then w ith a solemn montoto
I nyv soundued Ithe honr, twv'e, for
I worshtip to begin. A's its echo was
,(dying away, the uiighfy osrgan pealedl
I its thunduer ntotes, and these commig
-I ing w'it h t he voices of' thte manty
choiristers swelled in at rahins almost
anglictoosweet to forg;et the beau
tiful athem, ''o Deum Laudamus."
As vou meekly stanad within andiC listen
to thme minIster, look up to the frescoed
ceiilig tand colossal walls, andC thte'
windolws hearig the paintings atnd
SfIgures of Pat riarchs and1 Ap)ost les, as
Cyou see ar'ound( about you carved
anmgels, sculptulred godls antd goddesses
htoverhtig over' the thte mar'ble resting
s places of'the emienit tad and1( aniclentI
deadl, anid hear t helhollowv soun~d of' the
I gr'anite sarcophagi which hol Il
earthly faraeni s of' mlusIi(.. e
8,11uage.; of IollOl AtyIld wol-II, .Nvll()g
' lIiingl sougls hiitve .lunk' ihee y
All plied 11 .1 lithe N hallf! n knIlt ,
ahlide htho celestial Abby 'you ar
ifilssO with awe and alirAtIol
ItO ig0ips 8enitieits and felligs c
gdnes iT-reslstibly creep - upon YOI
*14d all but :nove to tears.
Now, ilPal-is, where I am having
delightful tine, 110110 are solemnl.
ALL AtE GAY, IIAPPY AND FRIEE.
It is a vast 11Iyrlinti of parks,
Ilowers, of ilonllenllts, of toels, 0
restulnts, filled with voluIptuouts an
dashung 1vonen and a people wholl3
devoted to pleasure. U i worth
trip auroass [he Ailantic to visit for
fety ights the most m1agliflcent CIaf
the Jardin'.Mob/C-lexcuse furtlie
reference to it. The repasts an
amusemnents of this modern CoHitl
are graduitted to every varl'ety o
pntrse and stilted to every diVet'sity c
taste, Twenty thousand attend it
theatres every night, and twice a
much Ioney is paid Ot of its munil
olpal stroig bo- fo' its public enter
talmmentis as fur all of its roliglon
Tho grandest fete of the year take
)lace.here on the 14th ist.-tho storm
ng oC the Bastille-which was ti
first blow struck for French Liberty
I shilil remain to witness the display
I know it will be perfectly gorgeons.
I would like to tell you of Versaille
andol Fontainebleu, the palaces of th
kings, the queens ad the emperors e
France, but I canl not impose upoi
your kindness any longer, and I fear
too, tltLt Avere I to ry, my descriptivi
powers would prove fhe inadequate t<
pe'oporly pictur(S their beauty, lovell
10$, splendor, and grtindeuri.
E. W. A.
.AlPT IST1 MIS %103AR tf WORK.
A Letter from the Rev. It. I. Vann;Miisidon
ary of the Fairfliold AsSociation.
From the haiffl., Courier.
1IJ.Y'rnvwool, July 2, 1880.
Dero Iro. Sricklamd: Yours o
the 29th ult. to hand. Trtly glid t(
hear from yoil, aind lulicit obliged to
the -peS. .1 )riZe tIetaI highly, fol
after I ti1lld my fauyily have reaIld them
I will giv IIhen to others Who will U-p
precilt lhenl 1 11 neting constait
lv oi ily Ilissionl, With peeple Who sel
dom see ia religious paper, inany o
thet able to pay flor pilpolS, and Ilix
ions to read I hem but living so remot(
from any post ofice. thtt they coul
blutSeldoll fet tie papers. I find i
impossible to induce them to take o11
State pilper on that account; for mnam
of thei live fron fifteoln to twenty-firv
miles from any ollice. Brother La
11111 his Slpplied nie with a good mn1111y
old Stindaiy school papers tilit the peo
pIe ar', ee to get, and which they
read willh ,mucth interest. I have Cof
lectedi smull sums otf mlonev it seceI
churches, to get. tracts anmd le1flets fto
grauitus (list ri bution. I think gooi
hilts been macomlplished in this way
The Sutndiv Schools ovor lily Iniissim
are gcienially better atteilded, ni
more interes in' this vear' thanti thes
have previously been. But their use
Iln11ess is much retarded for want ot
suitabl.e books tind] paiper.s. .f, it your
Iravels ymu can inIlid books and pal)ers
that lae been laid aside, and Senld
thei to ts. they will be gra.1tef'ully re
cei'd.lnd atccomnplish iiuc good.
The .prv-evt.s of* accomillishinfg good
Onl'm 1113' 4eld of lablol, I think, are en
Wil.-iging. I have been preatching i:l
to this tiie, generally, IromII four t
hve'~ tines a week.
The bnsy' season is nearly over, anld
on thme tird Sunday inl this tmonith.
ill 'ommlIentce to hold( pr'otracted
fmeetinugs. Prav' foru u.s that God's leIss
mig maiy aittenid 0111 humbnleJ efYorts, tand
thmat sou215ls may be savtedl.
I hope you will find the work 111o01
whlichI y'ou ar'e enterinhg ill everyv re
spect pleatsant, andtt that G~od 'will
abll(undmly bless your efforts fori the
p)romotion of' his glory. Going forth
to (lie work, as you~ are, with the earn
es5t sy'limlthy antd pIrayers of' a host of
c'arnest Christians fllo hwing you ini
your airdluouis toils, you cannlot .fail of
suiccess. The Lord will hear thmeir
prayvers and1( bless yoitr etloorts.
11. Rt. VANN.
Whnatever tends to diminish .st r'engtlh
should1( be r'~eoed ''omn the Wstem,
Fori I hlose weakening diseases of baby
hood-colic, diairheai, etc., use 1'r,
Uuill's Baby Syrnp which ulhvavi
curles. For sale by aill dr1uggists. 1'rict
ON aW iN'aono, 8. C ,July 10. 1860'.
eenses nid after this date. Jno. Joh nston
longerto be onr agent, and wo are no
ed aft responsible for his debts eontract
macnter this datoe unle.hS by special agree
F. ELDER & CO.
r teSur' vr of Cos. 0 and F, 12tlj
,. C. V.: 01ur third quarterly ineet.
ing will b.e hold in the Court hlouse or
8aiurdlay, July 24, at 12 o'clock, In. It it
desirable that we have a full attendance.
Our annual reunion takoes place at Yeork
vitlle on the third Thursday in Augus1
(the 19th) and we wish to aseertain thu
numhYber wfio expect to an(end it. The
c'ommflitteo on statistics aresi expected t<
report thoir f rogress also on the 2inth.
Jf. R. BIOYLES,
,Cor. Sec. 12th Rlegt. Surv. Assn.
'VINNInon1O, S. C., July 8, ]188,,
WE have thlis dlay sold1 to Roebert Mc.
Car'ley all our interest in the groctry ani
liquor business heretofore conducte.d ii
Wimnsboro by John .Johnston as 0111
agent. fp. ELDER & CO.
HAVING pilrchased tho above bulsines:a
from F. Eldor & Co,, I solicit a continu
anc (f the public patronage. The busi
ness wtill be conducted' Ats herefofore b1
Jo.hn Johnston as shy~ agent.
uuly 5-4xm ObERT MCCARILEY
COUNTY CON VENTIl0g
COUNTY CONVENTION of th
ADemiocratic party of' Fairnield i
hiereb'y called4 to' meet, in the Court Houis
tat M m1nsb)oro at 11 O'clock, a1 m., 01
Matulrday, August 7, 1880, for the 'pur
pose0 of electing a Oounty Chairman, ant
f'or the tranmsaction of nuch other busi.
ness as may conme up for conlsiderntion
By crder of thie (County Executive COmn
mittee. T. WV. WO ODWARD,
.County Chairimn pro 1em.
.luly 20 txId
For' using trdeliblo Ink. Prico
15 cents. For Sale at, Drugti Store o.
-. E. -ILEN.
A N~ew Sitp ly f'or sale by
. . - A N
A =.. ..
f TIE MUSIC HOUSE OF THU SOUT1[I
UEMOVAL TO WUl
Now Doublo Store
3 An Immense l4sic Templet
Two largestoros, each 30 feet front nd
four stories high, fronting on threo sreotm
and filHed from collar to loft with musical
supplies. Nothing to coinpae with it in
the Southern States.
A BIG STORE,
. A BIG STOCK,
A BIG TRAD.
AND MOnn TO OOMe,
During the ten years since our estab
lishmont of our houso we havo developed
the music trado of tho South to a won.
derful degree, but as yet we have only be.
un. WGseo, not many years ahead, a
business of a million a year, and to take
earo of this enormous trade we have pro
vided our present mammoth warorooms.
Fall trado 181r will be immenso. We are
ready for it. For months our senior part
nor has been at the North contracting
with Piano and Organ nitimufacturers for
- ius,rumeNts. He ha1s concluded most
. advantageous contractl, aiad the Pianos
and Organs aro "coming, comuing" 100,000
t- moro, by every stean.or. Non Styles, Now
Prices New Ternis, Ne Store, 'Now Do
SPECIAL O1FER, FALL 1880.
Cash piides with three Months credit.
During months of Aug. Sept. and Oct.
we will sell Pianos and Organg at LoWEsT
CAs! PUCEs, piyable $25 Cash on a Pi
ano or $10 Cash on an Organ, with the
balance in three months, WITHOUT INTEIt
WHAT DO YOU SAY TO TIIIS O)FR?
W1rito for Illustriated Catalogues and
New Price I.i1s for.Fi i, anMd pre
pare to be asioniihed.
LUDDE4N & BATES'
SAVA NN. .
Wholesal Pir -.
Trofore0f1 we tai<e pleasure in ani
flouncing to our friends and cus
tomners that we have made a great
reduction in prices of our stock.- We
are determined never to bo
We n ill give otir customers a sps..
cial benefit by offering great and
(Calicos, Muslins, Swiss, anid all
kinds of White Goods for summner
GREATLY RNDUCND PI?ICES.
Suitings. Linen Bunntings a. great
ly reduced Prices.
Cottonades. Jeans and Cnassimeres
at greatly reduced prices.
Just received a now~ lot of Ladies'
Misses' avid Children's Slippers.'
A new invoice of Gents' Scarfs
Neckties and Summer Underwear
which wvill be sold cheap.
WHITE AND COLORED SHIRTS~
MOSQUITO NETTING I
MOSQUITO NETTING 14!
Than EVr in Emliroideries,- Ho
siery, Notione, etc..
We now have on band a full stock
of Clothing, Boots, 8lhoes, Hats and
Gonts' Fur:nising Good ivolus
convinco you) ROIC.
D. RL .R
* *-DNA ll IN
r.rugs, Medlicines, Toilet Goods, etc.
. . Wwwwwanam, 5.0.
GRBA-1 2DR1trOI0R XY bAPSS GOODS AM kA.ontoNs Y,'
S ORDE R T O MAKE OOM AfOR FA LJ 8 TO.
TIN or'der to inaco room for our V3'all 8tocl, we off0r tfio ibMiaid.ai of or
Spring and Summer Goods at 0OSV to UASIX BUYERSIM
Perthshire Lawfis at 71 .ehta.
Pacific Lawns at 12 cent.
Lace 'untings at 22J cents
Linen Suitings of differotit gradhs.
Dress Goods of yariotis st3 les and prioeA
Cypress Oloths t 17J eiits.
White Piques, all prices
Centennial Stripes frore t cents tl.
A Lot of Edgings froin 2j corits n.
A tot of Ribbon to be iold for what they will briu ' j,QAbira d
close out this tart of our stock.
Best Unlaundried Shirt in the World at 87J cents each.
Another grade at 72i cents, arid nii oth6k goods in proportioi.
.Rem"?ember the above Prices are for eash on the spot. They will not bd
charged to any one without an advance. 'No exceptiotis made,
jdly 1 lVi E100ER &
GR AT BARGAINS 1M SHOES AT
IJAVINO purohased a nice line during the recen decline, I will oker
.L groat inducements to the trade for the next thirty days before taking
A good 12 Thread Serge daiter at $1.0d
Something nice in a Half Cloth at $1.25.
103 pairs Giain Shoes at $1.45
Something nice in Half Cloth and Kid Btittoucd, very lo-w for 6ash.
1 Case Brogans at $1.26.
1 Case Plough Shoes at $1.26i
THE BEST GO.DS -1V hjVNNSmRO .or, 'pH f P ICE.
P Cases Woman's Polkas at 85-, ql5c, and $1.05-far below their actual
value. 100 Pairs Ladies Cloth Gaitorf at 95c; $1.1) and $1.25, to reduce
stock. 100 Pairs Pebble Grain Shoes at $1.45, $1.65 and $1.88. 150
Buff and Calf Shoes at $1 45, $1.65 antd $2.00. The best Misses Grain
Buttoned Shoe in the State for $1.25
Tin, Glass and Crockery Ware. These Goods I hate inarked down to'
such prices that will defy competition.
Just reioived fifty Patent FlyTraps. Give me a 0a1 before buying,
jly 1 Leader of LoN Prices.
The Best Evelr_ Produceci
THlE DAVIS VERTICAL FEED
SEWING~ M ACI INE
t&iALLENGES THlE WORLD 'k'O PRh01bU&E IT% EQUAL /
6i,0o0 REWARD !
- Or One thousanid dofiars i'ciard offered to nny pers~on tilat Nill do as renct
a range of work, and (10 it as well, on any -ote'niaclm ntcai be(t i
the "DAVIS VERTICA L FEED) SE"WlIG MACIH E'as Aaii canci done
the contest will be rtiudc with,anty 01ne desirinig to comipet'e for the ahy-ied.
rewardl, wit,hin a reasonable time aifter writtenl applicaiion is reL.eived1.
DAVI8 SEWING ACIl INE CO.
cenother large lot of the above Machincs and the Imnprovedl Wered just re.'
ccicJ. o. Boa, A gent..
White and Colored Piques, Dress Goods iti variety, Illusion, hillis,- sati'ns
Ribbons, Corsets. Gloves, Notions, Hosiery, Lace Bonnets,- Ru6hing,.
Belts, Linen and Late Collars, Fichus. Tics iand everythimg generally
found in a first-class Dry Goods, Fancy Goods and MIillinery Eistablish
metit. You can ge't all you wvant aereasonably as same goods can be bo'nght
anywhee JO0 BOAG.
-AI' TH1E NEW STORE. -
I P ITI NAI st n d " tPaiicn e thshlro ~ a(tce, Lce amt Victoria Lawns checkedf and~
Cloths, 5.hee.tfl(. n l' P ow Case cottons, etc. cheap'atthe cheiap 't Iina l nh tye,Ln
A'IV I ALSLK EIIBJONs, att T.kN anti TwENTrY YEv CENTS, WORTH TIHRtEEl
surpucasa~ifV I c'*imle BFORE TIlE TIDAL WAVE IN PI'HCEs AND AFTER'g ITs'
The best assortment of LA CE G LovEs N Si th Cicty mr o erptrng,
W E 1LL STRICTLy FOh C.AH 1
tnay ff OEESPOR TES & EDN ADS
BARAIN! ARGAmI Notice !
IL A D I II S hEG LEA* to inforu' diuY
diustomers and the public gen'erelly,
BL ACK CO LOR El) thawe hue purchased fdi~ Messrs.
McM~ASTETh IRIOE &CO.'ter
KID GLOVES entire stock of
-AT-- yAD A E
And that we will always keep oni'
~7 0 E ~ ' han a FOfLL ADSELECTED'
- FOR MER RItCE $1.6>0.. S'ifOK,- All we ask is a trial, andc
.M US T B J 3 L ) /yoa will find our stock an~d-prices to'
MOMA'STEIL;, .BRICJF-& CO.. '.IoA8 0'
. ' McASTma0'.