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THE NEWS AND HERALb
-MDAT. Aueat, 31. : 1580,
+:--X pa I,'i.u rx.ut
NFN. COTT MAOCK.
WiIAK 1I. ENouI8n.
J1. (. COIT.
For Sec?(ary otsiate.
LROY 1 . YOUSIANS,
For Saperintoident of Edu'ition.
Humu11 3. ThbOmsoN.
For Adjutant amid Inspetor-Goneral.
ARTIlUlk M. MANIOAULT.
For State Treasuror.
J61IlN PI'it 1t&11*AnltDi
OvIERNOn S 3 wIi. CLA01i Ils
scat on the Sr-Wini c bn' tch s6ru day
Tnin (JoVinNolt HAs APPOINTED TIE
6cli niissioners of election for
.airtlild cointy: Thomas W. Wood
ward. Francis Gerig and David Ash
NT)r.% SNuL *mrx.3'ANAP1i4AiAAs
al 4cfiblical 'kel6datc or spectator to*
the Hadical C&nvinti'li, on Monday
und we know o n6 whitO TdIcAl iin
,14N Birut PUBi.c.Y . ANNOUNCED
11imsl a1-Iris lin symllpathty.1wih thle Demlo
cr'.1 . ww sedh lin Fanctiii Itallihe
savs lie taks this coniie' fdr the sake
9f the negro. The lepublicans have
been', biscly Icreanit to their trust,
halv- roic back upon OicW' word aind
bave doiie 11otlinlg for the b flael nii.
Tfie Demogat, can 'do s"iet6jing
fm, hii fund lie helie'ves they will.
i 4er i:iot a1 cindYditte for aIny p6si
K TAKE OCCASION, JIjI.IN(I THE
feinlporiay absence of MIr. Jio. S. Rey
unold-, and withou (ds 'knowledge, to
call 6 liv ttnti;on' 'ttivoews o' the
ixthI 61r-it. (t his eaididacv t'm the
solicito1-ship. 11A2TIevnolds is a g1n
Oelonian of high character anld ability.
III his coitrse of seve ral yCal's piac6ce
t (Ihbr'Ie bis beu constantly Vis
ing inl his ruk:-tssion, and has, given
abiihanllt Cvilene0 of fiitiess fori the
p6)si(iolk to which lie aspircs. Up jias
beren a *ihhful and su,rnest, worker in
the l)emnocratic rank.s fromt the begin
- lin.. i.ai.-.u*u t AL . a
is the.only ht,ing Lthat as prevente~'
thro'(liugh mtters of delicacy, from
straoagly advocatinug him befobre.
Whlile heis awany it feels bountd to slip
ini a word in his~ behlif, aniyhaow,
IN A I., PAwrTS vi'; Tig STArs 'rit
lical sho ifntEstIl signs or ai
ties report- the negroes as mnovingr
(1111it olidhly in t) line, It: is idle for
tle 'I)cmocrats to befidvc hth.'ley wvill
havoeir willkover~t hfyena'. Whuile weC
have' it (lhe least dottbt of' Success, it
li.s ielca t,yiie' lilit' mutch hard
wvork has to be0 dlone, and all diff'eren
ce's ini onur o1wn raniks heale4. .It' will
te~ every I)eiciscrat in thA, part~y,,
iintevei- be his racee, class or calling,
to .itluhiough nll .right. That. no
P.elPsonalitieas aI~ s yetI enter'ed into
our1 own part'y canivass is a matter of
conigratu,la.io'n. We hope this cour'te
sy.wijl cotu ine, and''that all those
wh'lo may fui'l to r'eceivec the nongihnitioni
%:li step up sol iilly to the support of
the ticket. We waiit a recgular 'old
Jcly' "Ii (caiivass agini.
TilE NOtM.-ils INET IT UT20.
Pub,li c Lect'-e am! Hout.ine Work--ExhI
it4on by D)ef MuIte.s--Tho Language of
f C Urivaontien~ce of 'I\he News ang.Heorakti.]
SPAJRANBIUlt, Ai'ugtst 26,-.-A puib.
li..ecture wats dtivercin h th. ,Opera
*Ilouse last evening biy'lIon.' ieoup
.tIe,,i'resident of the Universit.y of
North Carolina, bforei' a good house.
Th'Ie tlieime ws Education and espo.
lial ly its -adlvantages to the farmer. It
-ib11)1itle in comn 0)sense and was
interspers'ed wih' WuWioron1 anid witt
renmf'*ke, Svhich evoked frequent ap-.
plause. A know ledge of agillultural
chiemiisl ry is of' spOciail benefit, in show.
-ing whuat plants nmeed and WIhat the soili
ladks. Iii olT'timues thrnIraitook thou
mnanures as they took their whiskey
stratight, ihnt no0w a l)iphphte todd3
is much more acceplable. S'ieon(tit
aythere is usiidhi niutr'iment in twc
* aird a half pot'da of haa in a quar'
ol'mef,b ii obody Is gi-oir to
gat fait on iay-, 'Yet this would be na
* si~~~~Hesible as puttinIg litg 91 ad vo
it neeCdldotash. .11e thou rEferred t'c
thle old tIne schools5 wi?emi tlle manster
swit.ch in the oft.h"i.. atl'i comar'e
lib.n with the institiuons of tito ' -s
out. day., Th'Iey f'oJowed a plezefor'ot.
* ~tdr edulcatijounal thei!)ties than we have
w,t~ and1 for Nornial Institutes. M.
.acUn took cha11rge oft the Niorth Caro
wli UJnifersity after the j.var when 11
wtL5peieahl load hTmd has made it
a tl6I .. gInstitution. ie j s cou
dutedCl geo-c~ - '1mal Inistituims in
SNorth Caui'bliinw\ir-Igreat suiccess.
On WVednh :.aveniing Pi'o$essor
Soln delIvered I)e last of thie series
- ~ oft public lectures, Deor ( he1 .ages
hiouse thalt hats yet asseni ACed. T'he
ladles of (lie Institut'e anid 61' the town
In testhanonial of their high esteept for
the lecturer,, placed at stanid cdvered(
with flowersa oni the stage, and at thet
col uslin..f flle lecture throwv him a
ability and he apibjrod quito Qvor- :
wholed with this outburst of friend- i
ship, vot ho returnod .thanks quite ,
graceffilly and touchingly. .1li. is a
capital f6llow in evory waIy. ''ho sub-I
ject of his talk was "Small Causes and
Great Efebbt4;" and he handird It with
4i4tifying frsli'lness. Ile made in
conclutiOon a special plea for pliblic
schopls and efMectually disposed of the
argument that a man should not be
taxed 1o the support o' other peoplo's I
children by demonstrating the close
coniectionl existing between all .the
members of society, and siowhig -how
every one lives on1 (te wVorI4 aknd bene
factions of othbre: It it a matter or
refro tpit a ili report cannot be a
t lfb eIure. Mr. Soldan
triutfifOlly said that he camle to the
StatS t stratinger and loavos it a frion l.
, Mo -teachers ar iuaniinous in the t
4j)in1o that the In1stituto iext year (
will not be an Institute without 'Mr. t
6oldan. "How did you find him?" t
asked at gentleman of'llajor t'il'
son. "I wrote out a full les6rition
9f the inan I wanted ani F61 it all
over tile United Statl ti 1 got fiin," i
replied lie. 'To show what -kind of I
iani he did g I ilst Jake Jhe lil>e"
tV, at the.r. of betraying .onifldence,
of ropeitiig A private conversation b'e
tween myself an1d Mr. Soldan. I
'Yhat 1duced vou to leave home mnd 1
coM0 all the wLy doi' here?" - "It
WRs Ilst this. I have plersisteitly r
tisea for several year to do any in
ktitute work, but 'when I got, 1fajor
Thomuon's lotte; I (1i't hiesitat, a r
secon. It all caIlime front that book of t
PikQt, 'The ProRtrate St ate'.. flis de
scription of your. colidition1 dowli here
produced the strongeqbpnpr*ission o
lap; and whon I got this ofilr I felt
flat I miustucolL odowii' and see if I f
could doi 1anytlnil t;h6lp you." lIe I
hats helped us.
Whens th Spartans sent to tile
Athenians for aid in the Messeman
var, they receivel, not an ormy nor
eY1n a general, but a school-m'ast.er.
Yet the eloqunce nd the songm of
lN)rtLb'1s so 1inimatedl the Spartans
tha'lt thoy tritimiplied iln the conflict and
sub?cq'eitly bleca'i natsters of
Grecc. South carolin1a !inst now C
e8ds instruction in ">eillugogics" <
much nore than drill in tacties, and
th ecioes of trie inst.ituto will be '
he6ard in dvery neighborhood, inspi rili
aid sfrengtlening the people. AI la tN'
r. Soldtn prove at second Tyrttus t
to out' once "Prostrate State." 1
On Wednesday morning Bishop P.
1". Stqeens, School Coimissioner of
Charleston coitity; delivered an ad
dresq Oil our plbli .Cllo.ol' S'ysteln, ill
hiich he advocited a number of"
amendments to tli school law, in or- 1
der to secure a high grade of teachers.
A discussioi of these will bo reserved
for alothel% place.
,Yho regiLhir course of the Instit.ute l
ended to-day, io-m101o'.ow being'* (,vot- C
ed to the closing exce.is0. .The spe
cial feature t-11ay was an exhibiLion
ofte met,hods of insiructiig the dealf V
ani ddi l Ad bflind, by 1'rof. Walker) I
of Ce.dar Sprifig.i. A.lhe.,ptipils are A
all at hoin0 clifoying vlcation, Air. t
Walker wais assisted by two of the
11instru-1tors ov the 1usiFtitile, Messr-.
Uouston and Rog64ers, both deaf mntes.
The sin language was veiy interest- 1
ing ancami.4emg. Mir. Walker spelled
the .word,.Os flngers .to Alr.. 1.ou1s- I
ton, wjjQ ga~ve tlia pgn to Mr. liogers,
and he Vrote the word on tIe black
bord. A cat was denoted by Mr. C
H out.isto's twilrling his lo:g mioustachob, I
plled an imaginar'y. hidf\bl of'
thoughts out of his h.end, 'whiio ,at I
"'learn" lhe put a bidt'LII fil. A. "love'' ~
lhe appanttly clasped somne fthi' ~ir neto 1
lisa bosom1, and1( at "hate,"' with aL looli t
of' disgust, pmshed heri away. At.
"howrse,' t'wo fiingers were put t11p toI
deniote ear's, while "colt'? wvas the
samne, followed by a wave of the hand I
to show a less height. A young lady. I
gradnate, a. mut'e, then r'ecited "Ncr'
my God to Thee," in 1sirn languaigo,
a4niost:a r'aphdl.y asMr; iV,k'er,could
r'eeat it. Th'lis was oine of the most,
pagecful, and a-t the sQ mo timhe, touch- ~
ing p erformaih.ces' I have ever,. seen. -
Mrt. Rlogers theni dlelivered a shot, ad- j
dr1ess on the historyv of the edncation
of' mntos, Mr'. Walker t.rans!itting' the
signs into "'English.", . Proper natunes
an~l dates were spelled out on the <
figers. The align lanignage is ittur- I
al. Mr'. Walker could conv'erse with
educated mutes in liussia, forinsace'
though unable to -speak- a- word at' -
ltussian. it Is said thant the Ind1(ians~ at:
Ilamipton School ill Vraguina, though
utter'ly ignor'ant of encit others' lanm- -
guage, can vet conver'Ro y means of
signs, and 'their signs are in many
enees idecnti.malswithi.those used by the'
mutes. At Cedar Spitiis' the inntes
have each a sign namie, &enoting~ often
some poularity, .. A finger dr'awn
acose.tthcbrow dfenotes Altr. Walker'
hmnlseCkan djae langhingly explhinied
thiis-by saying that., whien ho was a
little boy his hiair wa.s not alvavs
brushepd back carfuil.ly fronm his f'orc
head. Tihie signt thus a.cquirecd whtile
his fathoer was principal still adhe,rs
tl.opigh all reoason for' it has disappear'
The Conmissioners of (lie Institute
have emuploy'ed a lady to teach the
mutes to speak. Priofengg .iell, ...g
'telephabuclamie,Mholr.has a munte .wlfq,
d1ev ised (lie method, which consistse
simply it showing how the mnoutht anid
tongue should1( be plaed( to form each
sonud' In timoe, it.Is bcligvell thuis
method will be br'ougIifto a g'rt.yng
degree of per'fection. Mr. Wam. Nor't hi
wvho is blind, theni gave some dlelight
-f imusle,. assisted by Messrs. Johnson
and *IpndlCrson. XIr. North is in
chiarg6of the entire musical dlep)art
mtent of th.e'Iinstituitd, besides conduct
ing aL tIrst c,iass bAnd.
Money alone is neecded'to make this
Inisti(tle one of' tho'bes.t it' the United
States. The Comm,is'"oi.iers hope1 to0
secure an icreatsed appIropl)lon. at
the comingi legisltiive sosslin, I).
T HE c'O5Ie5glsJQd9~, (ONgyS .,
A Letter F'nn M,ajor 3voodward1, in lieply
to,,the I,nati Article in (the Spartireiburg
Col. Farrow's last epIist1lit behalf
of Col. Evhns bri Og8 310 W m4ttor to
light, and reofutes no chiarges madue by
me against the frleends of Col. Ivins.
It la a m.or'o rehash of his formter coin
mul a,wih ver y little of salt and
no pelper aga.lj., Ibegani this con
trovcersy by .alleging that Col. Evlina
owed his noaninatioixTK1876.to "luck,"
that the thig 'was "gaimbled" for,
"diawn like a pr'Ize in a lottery," "won
like ''Jiartdr of beef at a. shooting
m)atoh.". NoW, I am freo 'to confdss
.Atr' with a strict lnter'pretationi :.'
Eiglish I hafo not made good ,these
chargos, but at te commecncemnent, I
as Ignorant of the true natur1e 'of the
-'cas,e, 4Yijlid njot know of thie frau td
1148 ot*Col. Evins who had pilt i:1
he jo I therefore apologize to Col,
arrow and withdraw all such ex.
ressiois as "luck," "gamnbljig," etc.
tc., and suggest to him tlia he a1sc
nake a bow polite for Col. Evins (at
ac Insists oi running 119 machine. Ioi
tim), and ask the, p.ublic t6 overiooli
IIIs littlo pecadillo 6pol the, part. 01
is friends, ihich I havo to doubt i1
Vill do, for it has been ekeeedingly
,ocrous to him on a Porner occasjon,
vllch 81111 b lie nameless lhcre, thonugrl
t is a matter or record. This I think
vould be a happy disposition of the
Iatter, and would relieve the public
Aind from an.y fm'ther . agitatioll by
hie facile en and glit-ing gentius o
jo1. ar'r:w, and allov us all to re
t,u .to those strenuous diltiCS %i*.li
lie conUIltry Jow (illands from1 eVery
.Col. Farrow insists that. lie lats only
uth feted in this conltroversv to vin.
icate a coIVenItion, Of whiichII he wa
meinbr, froin my "uljust charges,'
I I(i t "n commencement of two (ill
act flis letters) deprocates the
lecci 4o doing. Well, Colonel,
pt.ier .RvC any 1impleasanlt fare,
vell in this imatter, Ind as you, alon
>f all the inetubers liave had yom
i;lteous indignut ion stirred, allow tm
0 .withdra. alluIIsionas tQ untifll
tses in the hat matler, &c., &c., n'ni
o say . that , the honest indignatioi
vhich,,.as so spontancously gushc(I
'rgm you, conyinces Im. that you alo
ad nothing to do with it. You sec
herefore that pr-jOmipt denials and dis.
nterested statenients often carry. con.
iction with them, and I would bc
lad if you would authorize tme tu
orre6t a r1t1uor .which .w
old to.m11c a few days -ao lIy a fillIoA
vho I think is trying to ako up anil
xclse for not being a good Demo.
rai. lIe saidl, c0n11plainiJig of tlin;i
enerally, "Did you know that Col. T.
tobo Farrow had run ats a caiflklatv
L)r uavor of Atlanta on the Radiia
icket, anld yet we find him in te State
,xecutive Ionmittec?" I Said no, I
Imn pCsonal// aware of no such thinlg,
ut, lie would accept nto deni. of mine,
lid clallentged mno to write to 3ou.
LoU IIeC( not, alppear it print any
r10111%, SiiceC mny apoloU to the C!6n
ention leaves you without excuse,
ut. y,ol caln answer privalcly if you
relr, and I will put, you right inl this
wcorgia at ter.
In alhludig to some statemnuts,
ich0 I had made, you say that
have produced "no witnesses,"
.c. Now, why not say at once
hat you' think my slatement;
ced bolstering, or that you don't
cliov ie. This' would be more
innly, aid yoi P"d. not ivest a pen
y itn a till whistle to pipe your cour
go lup to the sticking point, for I aml
ecidedly serene at these presents, anl
onitemuplate htarmi to tio 011e. Bes5ideC
am nowv ongi\gcd in the p)reparationl
fa~ Sunc'ay-schoo. licflue wmi..
ave.be.eu requt.ed t o get up, andcipro
ose after its delivery tojdin the />anc
'C cheap Christian statesmen, ant.
niealyV11) mothed Sunday&i~-sch ool poli
icians whlo niow intfest our land as t h
>rIusts swaarmecd iin'yd~ olderi-time, ani
ike t heir aappropriale insye(t lprototypeI
01ounce uponi the tat oflices and sofi
'laces even as the loensis alightci
pon the green fields Qf fertile Egypt
)r it nitay be, Colonel, that you belontg
o that'cla.es of' neCwspaper mten--illus
ro()usly repr'esentted in) Southii Caroli nt
-w~ho lh'e off their loaded1 jawv at gen
lemnt and (log-bito decent peoph)1
brouigh their papler's andi( fhen runt inIt<
he rat. holes of the Cathedral, wvhc
ailled to accouhat. In any evenut, there
orc, are you safe.
But "there was a ballot. bot.wcei
aVoodw~ard anid Kemid6dy, and Wood
v'ardt beat Kenntedy'"; "theni thera
vas a ballot bet.weeni :Evins amtl
WVoodw'rardr ,and Evins beat Wood
yard. Col. Farrow thaereforo pro
litunces Col. Evins theo chioice of thi
i3onvenitioni. 2Now, 1 have never no
,iced this ini any of my~ former coin
nunticeationts biecausce I tiid not thalin
hat tihere was aten-year'-old boy' in th
Sout.h so thoroughly at ass that hi.
~ould not detect the sophJisIry .int it
upp))0o that after Col.' EvIns'.Ita
icaten me), lhe had1 been ruin againis
oan. Kennedy, (and this shoul hazv.
Jean (donte to show Ils tr'ue strength)
in't it plain11 to ant orinaryiL'3 fool . tha
nm,y frienads, inicensedh at my (defeat
would htave gone for Kennetdy just a
Kennedy's fr'iends wvent for Evin
after!I had defeated him. If Doe
cracy.~ean' slod~ suchl as that,
shall gain andl bear it, solely becaus,
the talterniative of resistaniec might en
hail greater oitirages uponi t.he eillizau
tiona of our countrty, and, for the reasoi
that I see the time necar in the futtur
wihen straiglitout Democracy wil
lagalin be0 called ulpon to come1 to thl
frotnt. as it (1id in 18'T6, and rescuc on
go.vernmnt from the hands and( infin
onces of' the mnilksops and1( wealk-kntec
undlt-schiooi poliicians wh1o hay
accientaall,/ gol ten hold upon plosition
of itmportance, and( there by3 exercisinu
thud inlunec of' tho ollRc, are (lest inec
soon to wreck us amaidst thme .sam
breaker's which, from the satne cauases
had well-nigh engulphued us then. Yes
flhe time is near' vt hand, let us htope
when C'ongressnni will be selected b
othera iIIeauI. thlatn drawintg lots fromin
hant, amd ill be ,mad e to go to tli
people1 who alotne should decide tiuc1
issuaes- God speed( the time whoi
con)Ventilons cannot be mianlpulated it
thec interest of any13 one man or set. 0
umen, andl u hean,the frietnds of the luck)j
aspir'ant will not. chuckle over a1t
boast itn public1 of the Itgennityv of the
frauidby which Ito wats put in'. Aim
most devoutly do I suppllcate such
ehantge In the mitds and (I had ahanos
saidl pockets bt I mnean)liearts of oiti
ao-calledl Christian stattesmuan as Avil
nake them too "modeSt' to mnopo
14%posit.iois to which they could not
. ftIly lCIOed, aid causq th1em1 to
Practice, as well as prec 11 th
wholeso.ie doctrilles of sel f-dejoial and
hui45t, shqt4 we the outside barbn
'Ins utay look upo.i tem not. as
glights:llider IL bushol, but as cities
upon a hill to be scep afar oil, and
tlerel)y be colstiailued to admit the
advaitages of r0ligion otherwise than
as a stolTing stoie to worldly offl1o.
T. W. WooDw tn>..
P.S.--Upon rellection, Cold , ,
think thai. i"vill be b0ter -16 twiwor
through your papor, 1ad.not pivately,
as I.b\d sugigested.. Fr there is con
sidorable fintst, maifesiea here be
cause ot_youi' pos'itionl on tihe Stato
Commit le , liand oil accolit, of your aspi
rations tor the clerksi11 of the Soitex'
and we would all like to kno.w it Yon
have you D1enociratic legq,NwcIl itnder
you for the coining race. It may also
injui'e Col. Evis. to haye I)oople think
that he is reduced to tihe strait of
having nicn of doubtful political posi
tion 11ianago his caippaign fbr liimi
Iloping, therefbre, to. hoar froin you
Soon, I tui yours in the bonds of
belvoencce and general philanibropy.
T. W. WOODWARD.
-Tf your bY-1in sick, sufllring in((
crying with paii of cit(im,r teetlh
soothe it wihll Dr. B1ll',s Baby Syr.vp
I.lich.does not conltainl opim or, anry
thime injurious. Price 25 cents per
DISSOLUTION 01F COPARTNERSUIP.
THE copartner.4hip heretofore xisting
, , under the firm uno f Desp6rtes &
Montli iK thi:dAny dissolved by lilitation.
Tho style of the liirm will reni4in the saio
and busilns. will ho con(inued litil
January 1st. 188i, when the concern will
go intu hiquidiation.
U. (. DERPORTES,
aug 14 J. It. MONTS.
For using I. dcliblo Ink. Price,
15 cents. For Sale at Diug Stor. of
W E. AILEN.
A New Sapply for sale by
W. 1. AIKEN
Gray Fox Skinn
i''Th~e highest cash pr1ices w
L ADJIE S'
BLACK i~ COLORNED
. KTD GLOVES
7/5 C~ED TTS.
VO.RiER PRICE $1.50.
McMASTELR, .BRICE & CO.
~vcd MAGH INEOO WCD.i
I M.T IM0 RE, MD,
DR)1. W. E~. AIJR EN,
D 1I-3A1.1R IN-.
Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Goods, etc.
WINan8mou S.c -
''l1Hl LITTLI bIRP1ICri-0IRST-May Apjle
'iver Pills a.re tuost roliable in the word,
and-entirel vtgotablle. 1rice 13 conta f6r large
boves. SJol by all Druggist? in.thlicounty.
. AACON, 0 A Jufit,.1870
I have' usel Shoonteld'd Stex .Fee on yiny
horses with tie best results. I had one horse
tturnd over to ie for wlilelk thi owier would
n -ve U.lkena M.and after treatg him twit the
siock Fyed fOr two weekst I colwdor him worth
$It'm. Miy wife has t ried it, jo ot liar chIckens,
whileb wore dying rkpilyit elholera, and she
(id dot lose one after givit t4e irstdoSQ.
. Yjurs tru.
. .. J. I- E
Proi)rlotQr MyterY. Stable.
Sold by all Diuggintnthis couty b
UaANIsIRVbI', on.. Aug. 26, ISM.
I't. J-c. V'OFPHIPP evir Sir-1 cannot rM
train lonker troi rendering to you iny gratorul
acknowl igments for the priceless boon you
have givon tie baby world 1n your "Tte hil
na." "or seral months past I have been giv
iug it to otr little girl now teething, and it,h
t iout, -htappy. results.
.lcr litt once One o droolidn and dying t6ile
dtfe little dariin sfat and n lewritl. I recommlend
it to all with Whom I come in contact. -
Yours very t.ruly,
A. 13. 8TROUD2
-.OYER ONE-11ALF .
of the mfilb portion of the American 1*plo 45
years or ago suffer more or loss Wilh disets of
t.ho kidneys and bladder. There are various
oause.s ior-thIt, but over work is the chief cause.
Ndthink lit tho whole Materla.Atedica 18 so well
calculate(I to. inligorate qtnd restoro healthy
tuno to this A' as - ahkin's Com pouni.
1xt.raet of it0m - and Juntpr. - 9feW docV:
taken -occaslo.nally will greatly benefit all
those who are aiflicted with any discaso of (4o
kidney or* ladder.
P1repred only by Ijunt Iankin &'Lafiar,'
Dru ts, A ji,, and for sale 1yall,Drug'
"'sn this " nty,4
ANrIocit, Tnoup Co., GA., July 4, 1879.
1 am ono of the unfortunate suffore's from
Gravel or disease of the KIdney. and l1nd more
antispeedler relief from"Itinkln's itt.and
Ju,niper than anything I have ver t.riod. 'I es.
te"m it so highly woro thero butone bottle in
the world I )o ld willingly give $100, or any
amo1nt for it. Irecoimiond t above' Of other
sinIlar preparations. , E.T. WINN.
Messrs.' Lamar, tpnltln & Lamar Gentlomen-2
A nmnber of iny Vatily whom f feared hadl
Conutuptioi has been entirely culed by the
ise of irewer's Lulng Restorert .IsN condition
was - very alarming to all of jus, and we did
every thing we coirl think or to Lonelit h1in,
without sicess, until I got him a bottle of your
Lung Restorer. Ile began to improve after the
i.4 +,T,se and before lie had ttiken two bottles
wts Ant.irely cred wuh'ere I feared ho curo Was
po.sIIe, aid I Ino.s cheer.ully recommend it to
nl who have any nlToietipns of thie' lungs.. IN,
i as couglilig and spitting all the (tie, so in
ces-santly that ir. prevented Ills sleoping at
night. and winciltic sleep lie got, (lid not re
lItilis in t,ho least. had but, little appotite,
inI shieli he began tile use of Brewer's Lung
lw4torer has slept well a n'd- hjs appotit I. very
wiuch better. I have never se0rean.yt fg act
so proniptly and effect- n euro lit so short .Nitot.
WIShing yol groan, success and hoping t,h4
above may.'In uence many to try rewers
Lung IRe3tore: Vtere they need a inedlicnint to
st-rengthen and restore the Luigs to a healthy
condtihon. Iam very res ectRuly,
MRS. E. J. VILLIAMS,
72 Washington Av. near Wesleyan Female
Sold by the Drugglits of this county.
PER'ty, IHOUSTON COTNTY, GA.
we, lien known "Swift's Syphilitic spo-,lC11'
te 0' : n hundreds of obstinate cases of '1,philis,
MercurIal Rheumatism, Scrofula, etc. ft mado
the most poerfect and permanat cures in every
lugh L. Drennard, Eli.Warren,
5m 1). Killen .:. WV. Wimtberly,
Je g Co. 'ourt, J. C. Gilbert, Drug',
J. I. ,arron, of J. W. an,
J. %V. Lathrop & Co.. C Mnty Treasurer,
savlti,ali Gil. Wm. D. PIlerce. SheriliT,
1~t.hah.~n,C. C. D111C111,
eVl'. PIC siup'r Ct. Day & Uordon,
We are acquainted with the gentlemen whose
signatures appea to t,he above certliate. They
a.e Citiv.cns or said county, of the hi hest re
sl)ectab)iity' and chuaracter. -A. 8. LE,
Ordinaff Houston Co. Ga.
Clon k Superior d'd t liotItQ county (a,
1anm -trsonally acquinted with tho prp).
.ors ad many of the gent,lemen whose a '
10.10 pear to ine foregoing certificates,. o
of high character and stnduing./
.A. Hi. CiOLQUIT,
TI'H E SWVIFT Hl1.. Oc,verntor or Georgin.
Atl~ lt, Gan. 'TIC COMPANY, Proprietors,
50ld1by all Drug .
(Call ror at copy of y i t,his c.ounty,
-aug 2--2 mos "n's Friend."
FO 0YON LADES
REV R B RE L
JOI B UR EL Prncp l
THE new sin omne
onWdedy i,he 1s Cepem
al rnhsuuly~tuh nGa-ls
seiare frougla1, .
Adanag i intuto i''msc
(vcladmtuetl n ldr
Fo crulrsad 10e addres
llE. . BUW L &SO
jul 17-2m - ~.I aeghN.,
8tbcrb O H ESAI.lg
T OUR FRIENDS
0UR Mr.. Grooseliol has just returnod from Europe, where h wont to
see his "pooples," and is now in New York lying in-a olegtit - alid
complo.st-ok of Dry Goods. Notions, &c., &. Wo oxpect in a.sit UMO
to roopen our -
at WtI-f's old sotand Witi a full lino of clothing, and guaran o sa tisfto
o llwh omy favor us with thoir patronaao. Wo - do, -ot promise
now hat WO' will do, but our goods will show for themsolv66.
- RE M EM.M B E R".
That We charge- to all alike, and do not naki a big profl on one custom-.
er,'and loso it on another, just to induce the public to buy from us. Look
out for "Joe."
SUGENf1 ElM ER &.G ROESCEL
TO TIJE PEOPLE.
iQ a yAu for the libora'l patonago bestoiMtd on-,ieno during the past
two years, and hope that by givng a strict attention to businchs 'and the
wavts of the people at large, to . merit a continuanco of the same.
I tako pleasure in stating that I expect to show. to : the .peopl6, a more
varied and finar stoci of goods fham I have hoitoforo birried, and at
prices which will deurvo the attention of the public.
..Iy inotto,is politeno'"l an1d. attoition to all, whether visitor or purcha
or. I will pay expre9 on all orders
OVER TEN DOLAS TO ANY
PARV OF TE STATE4
Mr. D J*. Macaulay will bo found at my omporium after he first of
Septomber, where he will pay the highest markot price for cotton.
antg 26 -
AT COST FOil T RR DAYS.
BROKEN lots .Gent' Cloth Top Imitntion Button 11nd Sewed PRINCE ALBElTS,
Broken lots ( ents Cloth Tol) Button I land BoWed Princo Alberts.
Woken lots Gent..' Eninied Lace Hand Sewod Prince Alberts.
Brakcn lota Gents' Calf Ties, to closo at $.25.
Broken lots Ladies' Nowport ies, at t0c, $1, $1.25, $1.50.
Broken lot Children's Sippers, to close, at 500.
Blrokeni lot Children's Sandals for 81. reduced from S160 50
Buitteronp l'i< ies reduced from 12e.' to 8 o -
Whito Figurod andi and Striped Iiques~ re n'ced from 25 to, 160.
WI3t iroegdo)Piques redutcedl Irom 30 to 20c.
TWENT'Y PIE CES FIGUhJfED LAWJVES A T FIVE CENVTS
flrokeh Jots Lewd Gloves at cost. Remainder of Straw Hatis wvil be sold without ref.
encc to cost or vaulue, to make iroom for our large stock of Fail erhise.d
WE H AVE J UST R ECElVED) 300 Corsets, "S3uperb," at 50o., worh 75.
aug11 DESP'OR T Eis & EDMrUNDs;
COILUMUJJA, a. o. -
CLOSINGr OUT !
CIRAT EDUCTb~IN DRESS GOODS9 AND NO2TONS IN
OIUDER To MAkse B00M FOB J"ALL STOCK
TN order to ufhko room for our Fall Stock, we t4l1 Ierolidro u
ISpring and Summo))r Goods at COST to OASR 'Lenainer o ou
Porthshir'o Lawvns at 72 .donts. LS
Pacific Lawns at 12 cents.
Lac.e ?,uutings at 22j cents.
Linpn Suitings of (UfToront grades. -
Dress Goods of various styles, and prices.
(Cypress Oldths at 17} cents.
White Piques, all pices,
Centennial Stripes from 7} cents -up.
A -o . Abon-t bots o f y lddings from 2cents up. .
e .close out this-part of ou- stock . asw dsio o
Rest inlaundried Shirt in the World at 87}- cents each.
Another grade' at 72} cents, and all other goods in -)oorin
R?ememnber the above pricca areO for) cash. onf the lrot T1 ilnotb
chargod- to any one without an advance. No excep>tio1s made. ilno
jul 10 . ,.
THlE DAVI SVETIOAL FEED)~
CH L . GNCES T' H 7E 61uD T O .Ib'f.Sy 1JR TO' E5QUA L !'
#1,000 RE WARD !
tT One thIousand3 dollars re 'ard OWerdoay )rntlt vlious'et
a range..of work, nd do it.as uwell, on rem,y perni' tat callb doe grna
t.he"JAVIS VElITICA L, FEEI]) ESyN 1'ohmachino'a" Aa cne ons for
the-contest wvill be maude with an'on eltg MA coIlNE."Araemot for teaoeiant
reward, within a reasonable Lthum afto - lrirtte in iato rFre Civ1o--nme
DAVIJS SJlAWING MACllNE~ CO,
Anot her large lot of tho above Machines andi the Iniproved Weed lust re
c e i v... - 0 . 1 1 o , w , Ag e n t ,
Whtnand Ooloed#rques, Dross Goods in variety, Illusion, Sils, Satins,
Biols, Linrnend,Lacovesllars,t1ono, Iosiery, taco Bonnts, 1Ruhiig
found in ,a first-class Dry 0oods, Fany Goods and -ve i~ng enerahls
mont. M oan got all o ant a rasncy oos 8and. .oMil nory a bli
# yWher-0; , osnby ss*euaaa s,