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TR EW8 AND HERALD.
NN1SBOit0; s. c. I
fA'f.RIMV. eptembr V IA, : 188r.
. . .MYNoLUN. ASSOCIATIC EDITOR.
A IMANs\ ANYE101ON'T IlE,>& ri
electiuns oil Tesday. The former
elected the Democratic State ticket
over I lie Greenbackers by forty thou- I
sand majority. In tI, latter thie Rte
piilictlnq *n by t majority of 26,000
- kaiitst,70U in 1876. Maine elects
ii tho 13th, and then politics will have
a r< 4 until the October States open the
Tum: Burrs1. P.\ltPA AMENT HAS IIEMMN
prorogued atei a long aud partly in.
harmonious sossion. It will bl remehi
bered that the Liberals, bnilb- Glad
stone, overthrew Disraeli ald tie Con
servatives in the last clection. This
change of parties required a considera
bi-- Ioss' f thiie in secklriig organiza
tion-. Mai!y kniotty problcins have
Wemi Iit beforb Parliainent-the
Tirco-Clrecian quarrel, the Eastern
tlestion, i il.nh supremacy in Africa
aid A fghanistan, the troubles inl Jrc
aud, anud the lamor of huigry peop1b
tA. hipme.' Some progress has Dedi
huidif in every matter save that affect
Jl1 Ireland, which sems ts brain
i16I)hant on the hands of t&e g6iin
i1eIt jitst now. The result of the
igitationl cillnot be fo(i-etold. Glad
g'tklne hasil made'10 s01n0 blIunders8, anld
his serious iHhiess during the latter
part of he ses-;ionl wais a loss to his
Iart.. Il the fnian, however, he 1111s
doie as iMli as could be expected.
sext. yen tIJn fiachiiery w ill novc
i 'ioi- Ahlooth y.
No Tifne For Fault Finding:
We are ahvays Joth to find fault with
any of our leanders or olicials, for1
carpilig criticism is a fruittil source of
disru-lptionl and dlisorganlization.; Yet
i e Iust express our disseit froiml the I
course pursued by the Ilon. I). Wyatt
Alken Ii his recent speech In Ander
Aon.; It ltported colrrectly, Colonel
Aiken arraliled tile Northern Denimoc
racy for lisincerity aid prejudice and
illib,eralilty in granting appropriations,
itlidadded, that the better Chiss of*
INor1thern1 peoplo are Riepuiblidanls, Hie
ditiic w ihi (ie Sothernt Deilooracy
.u ho6"K i(d by tho Norfiernl wing.
1i1', it' iilty' ii hutu the Nor(hei'n
)emocrats ire Hil.V ift granting
subsidies anld pipropr,11tfis liuand it is
true that the lepublieanls are the
doIlinlut j)l%Vtv North. Yet, this is
not the time lb stir up aily ill-'elings
.i,l the jarty. It will take every Norti
6rn1 Deimocrat, whtatever he be, to
elect'.Ihamiock, ad the electioni of
isado imnh'iniotle liipoifid, dian
a harbor 1apprAriatlon) or a Mtexica
ponshon. T.Ihls sinel ainginiess is thle
trongf card of' the D emorats before
the I ndeipendent vote r of t ho Nort h,
fiticP.' Anid as8 thmechieif cry of' the stall
wa'irts is that, the South iih r:out t.he
t.reasury if it, gets ihito power, how can
Nort,hcrni D)utntls, beig in" thme
iamoinity in the liorth; do an'ythiing
else than sit .dowiinio any approprh)i':
tions. A.nd the Sohtth by eoihpliinit
of tbis so-called st.ingindas gives jdt
gr'ounids for the charge of greetiness
ade agaflinst her.
Again, some of thec noblest maen of'
tii North are enirolled in the De)mo
dratid hiarty. Their skirts are clean,.
while k'aidinig shidicals, with but few
tx cejptionst; a1renot w ithout r'eproach.
11. ill bUcohnes Sont hern D)emocrats to
revile thleir Northerni allics. St ill
w1orse whien a I emaocratijc Congress
nnin who, b'y vi'tu~b of' is othlee, is1
- dhariged with the wolftre of the Na
tlona*l part.y, takes doCSii to enter a
iRedge, that, may Spdit it to pieces.
.We .htaVd npver* dibted Coliniel
Aikcei'&'ssineerlty or paitriotism. Unt
hIs jtidgmecnt. in ba dly at, Limit . TJhe
South hais lost much Jiy tihe iindiscre
tion of' her p)ubl men01. hie oamnot
Aflord to let them repeat their rhis
2'Ii lilt T G UN OF' TIECA0MP'AZIN.
Sb6nfo A'deotant or the Gant1 Iiatifleatlo,,
Mee tig in Clisinbuha&- *splend,id Gat her-I
Jng--irfle'nid thu Jianner. Coumnty In aill
Fromt the (UohIm1ja Reogiste'r.
It was k t liiil eier'v D)emocrat
Sotth~ 'An'olina wouild extend a
lienrty giticting to- thei great D)elawn
riti, wuhio,- as heo prdclaimed in his
ag'ech on Tuesday, aimidst thundiaeilinu <
ffpplagg,- was "ttgo frignd of everS
mnan ir$onlhi Carolinia," hnit the mnost.
sanguine Decmocrats, andt espeially~ 4
those abont Cohnnihia, who hiatd ju.it
ieeii eve-wvit nesses to ihe colilapse of'
the' Raibcal State Convenitioni, we're I
* l~~Inp)repared for thme enthuimsiast ic demonoi- I
st raim on whIch took plAce in this city I
<fn '1'uesday. Long~ b)eford~ dav-dawkyj I
- the sounid of the ile and drn a'nd' theC
clatutering- hoot's of the horses of the
gathering cubs of horsemen werie to I
behi'dcaf'on the streets; the armnoies
of thle various military orgranizatons t
wetlghted ny) and1( the nl lit ary coia
lih rttji c1itrhich always seem
tu hyv a''knMk oi-doiag thie handsomo e
thitnj-afthe right tifac'andl. I the right
Way,'t4oe gatheredl together for the
puri'poso df'receimg then difsihihshed
guest, who hi'd'.heeni Invited to cbee
among 11s afid' by his * presence and
voice lend cel(t t othe great ratifIcation
dtemonist rationi conteimplated. At 6
a. in.. the t hilid battalion of' Soluth
Cau t ona State t roons. consi sthie of the
COmmuitad of L ieuteimat I.lcbouirg,
t''.o Gov'ernor's Guanrds,--co.pnman d d bW
Ca'ptin Wihie Jone~s, thed Columibli
* Vl~Fvling A.rtillerv, co)ilmitided1 by Cap
,. ~ ti'n.J. Q.-Marshall, ;Wngl the lichland
S iAght Pragoons.- ude'r command of
Captip Lan Iij- the whole comn
- ntuiided y &t i't Captadin X. A. Kee
itan, of the O htnmteers, proceeded to
~ho South, Ogiblb,ia liihiroad depcis,
Swher o carrIagea- conitaininig G'eneral
John Jraath, Chair:nan of the Execni
tlve Vomilttee, Mayor O'Ncale (o01.
tillIobert M. Sims and Colonef John
9 (~h!awaIted t to1ur1'val of the
~ ~ 9At*Jfl I.ho0ilst iiut nhd Saumg
r AL 6 :30 the !traih arrived, its coml
ik 'Wfng mounced by a salute o
WiYe guls frolm the Cofumbia Flyia,
rtilldry. Mr. Bayard I wats then set
.d in one of tihe carrisges, and, at
aornpied by the Thrd Dittalloin at,
ilegations of, the W1innsboro Rte
hir Club, Colniliallded by Captid
kleanls Davis, anid the (hiddent's G rov
Atib fromn Fairfield, coutinanded 1)
aptain Charles A. Diouglas. was c.,
:orted to Wright's Hotel, where ht
relkillsted. From early morning iI
i long after the hour appointTe fu
he proce-sionl to Illove, Denocrati
lub and delegates fron clubs coil
inued to trrive and tie crowd gradi
illy swelled until iclardson stret
wVas well filled with lilen of all agc
Ind colors aid fronti all (iirectiom
At a quarter to II o'clock tihe procea
hon fbrimed on Gervais strcet, wit
ei"it resting on llichardsoll street, all
)roceeded in the followini order u
Richardsonl street.: Chief larsimIs 11
D). StIarling dtild J. Q. "Nal-shall all
hcir assistants, NW. 1. Bookter, J
Killianl, W. 11. DOnt, Alldrew P'attel
4o1, Henry Adams, Hitiad .'inglelot
rhjoinas J. lIjarper, I aturenve Ta'lvIc
Ind M. C. Robe-rtson1, (wio.ER. W righ1
John Mobley), Dr. .J. K. I'lilpot, Jolt
J. joy, Jaies 3.l. craw(brd, )avid A
P'cssley. I lainp1ion (1 ilbbws, Jr.
Carritges contailninig 8enator Ial
ird14 Genlenal lrat-ton, Uovernor. Jeteli
Selinfor. Mi. U. Biutler, Generall Johll
4onllag:1ood, R-oll. Mr. WhIitely,
Delaware, Colonlel Catd Jones andllhut
J. H1. 14Vins headeil the procession.
Clubs from Nowherrv and Ltairet
rouinties (1threec h11n1drell mnen) inl Coll
tI? lajor . L. Shumijert, an
lieaded by the New berry blriss baitn)
All tte Wand clubs f'0om1 tlt city
Iolhiti omu foot.
Marion Chlih, onte hun111dred enl , e
rying b)Itt bs-111a1ner, with "4-swllmp Cox,
tmidt' ontil of* Major J. M. Johl
Stinpler. Club11, onle hun11dred mnell
1tnder co iand of Chapliin tt . D. Lt
bearim banner "Thi Ilancock Cou
C,olumblliat Silver Coirniot 111and.
Delegaionls lI'otnl Sevenleen cill:
1o1l0 Fiichleli Coyilty, comtmanded b
NJOP' T. W.; Woodward. At th
wlnd of I-he fartiileld Chlbs hVo beault
lio Starling and Alis6 Ater Trczevat
-r'qde at the .4idaO of Major'W~ood war t
Th6n followed the It,icjhland count
notinted chibs, as IlIows:
fiopkins Club, eighty Iretml, Coln
11anded by Ciptain 'iAtidrew Patici
Cadsdein Ciub, voitiandI by Cal
tint F. AlC Chairkson, eiglit-tiv'
i ill ian's~ Club; it nmen, con
nande41id bv C!aptainl(l A. Sw%vvgrM.
(n t'l er, ( Club1, Con nuae 1.y 1;de
aini WV. 8. Sloan, scVi. tt v-ti ve i en.
Diavis -lb, bonItnanded by Catai
Williai 11. Det, 1i1tv tl.
Colored I,etnonit io v el bs, in w
1ns, froml Fa-ilield aild L-exi fino
1ONo moun1ted clbs ti-on lex ilgtonl.
A very hiI-re tlbit citizen's dvec
Ioml SparI'libuImrg, hevaded h)v thl
Simurt anbu rg Iirss ati, ad (coll
man1ded b .y Colonel 1). R. D1)ucalt.
Citizenls oil toot. anld int carriages alt
The c11INb, froml ()anmgMoeburg., i111
b1(rill- nerlbur hunldred Im-e, i
letr lhe (com10 iand111 of captain 'a himu
Wlble, did n1of rie ntnet o
thle proessionl, bunt mtarched to ' i
!;rov~e itpon ariin g.
ill till 4of theO ehltbs the "red( sIrItts,
thojit, wh1ichl nothtingL hasi bteen said<
l,ate*, seeniedtio jiwevil by a hu-lge un1
jOrit y ; andi antot her not.iceable' tfeatut
itt the Ipocessiont was thec ltage nun1
tbert of cotlored nien1, cldi in redI sh irIt
siudwen afely' say tm h u
ber1 of coilored ine in01 lth(e procssio
htis ilever beent04 stual led otn anty simaihi
''Th' process05ion Iltored iup I?taiN
sont streeNt. to II th pstolicee, and1( coint
ler'iinarced (4)I' l>ln stet , thence 0r
P lain tre Pet to( the g roitnd sele)4I(cted fc
Ith occasionl. A rteiving at theit grount
111d thte tati, wvhich had beetn bat
hte ladi es, Sentat or' htlar and111( th
d thie st ltd alInidst* th iintg of ariti
ery and1( (TIic n tsiaistic shots of th(i
iss4etambIl unitittude. 'lThere werI
tnany% dlist ingulished(' Soith Carttolinial
111( tateduon the standio dnring the d<
ivery ol the speeches, auimong whloi
bveCl' the loin d . 8. Itichardsont,
SuiterPt, Ex-(GOvernor linh:nn, an
Th'fe pt'deediigs weore I ten opene
vith pra'myei' by (the loev. Watn. Tbtrt it
mssetfbledt to) rat ify the .NaItim an
~tat e pha Ior'm of Ite Demm-urat i
tmyrty. I Cotngrtul I ate you on thie it
ices tunder' whtich ttohin ampaign is ii
va1,eet'45taIblisheod 1four year s a'go am
ihe just ice ot peaice scured by it hav1
hisarm'edl our oppontents. T(heir to
1011 11 con)vent in alssemblledl is a prnt
10cal ackntowledgettet that the men0
icr'S otthe palrty, ignioraunt't houtght the
nay be, hlavhtg taist.ed ithe lessintgs<
iood gover'lnnen,tt, ale unlwi llintg I
Plunge agailn int the. ntaelsrom <
mistrule fronm whieh' they' htavc bec
av'ed. Nv'ertheless wre arec gthde
1Cere frtont the motaqittins to the sei
>oard to renlew (lhe vows to' matinltai
>ilt gov'ertnmenlt of' law and( (ourt riglil
titler thie laws and Contithtttjion. TIhi
luttttioni to ourt wyork, te obijeti
uit of' which is the reQstoation <
tw~ atd thle aut hority of theI Const it)
ltot Oft.c Uno iited States. .lt is c.
rood ihr'tinlfo haveIli ill ourI connmet
at-day one0 f'rotm wh ose long amltI dbi
intguishted car'eer ini the public serv'Iie
over'ing thte most5 even'itfl' Iperiod
mrl history, has1 over' been't ch aractel
zted by a fearleess andit unIwavin'lg (h
'ofitt' to the C2onst.ittit of' his cot
rv. [Cheoers.] Otne, OI6ieeti onm
vi'ose tnme thrtills thle htearts ot' Sot
Iar'ollmnialis. I haive thet honor01 t it
r'odu(ce theu .Honlorable Thiomals I
vJis a nagiileent etiort. With no a
Onmpt at l'hetor'ical display be hmeld i
10ea'ets tfor an hottrand11( a quarter wit
~he mfosi. cogenit atrgounent(s and( Jh
tr'ogest pre'sentaitiont of facts. (loint
lito thidt very hleattt of hi sutbject li
liscsse te fundamaental pr'inciph
If gover,n,t,)I w'ith the sliill of a1 ma11
'.01. It is I 'ttpossile to give anthIin
>ut a bald somnaryv.' lbc' allu'ded
iho battie of Camndeni dur'ing' the rev<
ution whben a Dlawatre llegitmnt uit
ler DeKaib 11a1( downt thiitir lives a
rost to a mtani for' thte cause of'freedoni
ow, as thten, the Amernhian feelinlg
rof h)ound) by SecOttios, buit enniunto
.ies wvill enal till to a connon dee'ni
The-"topidss of dlisetiassion to- (av il
lot local. Theitam ba11 lttle for c~ontst
.utioild'libecrty is wIginig till ovetr II
Unmion. Alil D)emocris are tnmrchin
0 aceointplish theo satmlt great en<
[plg.]Aller which theo snenl
- or 'sai whilde 'thanioittlem for ioh
f eutbusIawn, he would rather h1ve their
careful attentioi, a1s tile (uestionis till.
- derconsiderattion, 1re so prave that
they cantbe decided by chleertb
We soul giv totheml thaM gravit.y
Which so great and Ithl a ai.se Cm
Ill 1876 tere wa-S a (ur,1ter aI'l liil.
lion majoritV of votes for Tildet Iwhich
vouid have prev'aied had not aiho
(34 Spirit of l'o1iJj(jI ati d de(s"lotism pos
- essed1110o il chilla of our ntiIoal
r govelrllnent, anld it mixtiure or:
U, fraud anld fRce per" eedtehnst
v3hztdiid13C )ellted tile hlices
- results it a great u election by tie peo
- pie. [Cheers.] 1'The vour anldi a <ur
t tel' millol o Votes polled for Tilden
I aid Hendricks it 1876, will grow to
fivo millions in 1880 for Ilancock and
English. This is not an idle boast.
h he honest senwlinent, will so Cxpro.3s
ti itself stroiglv at tihe polls that no 0110
will oahi dare to deft-att it. Clcerei.]
.1 ai o111 11Io. Fectiol. I ainl for. thle
P olill Ulioll, anid what. I say here I
ej would say inl Fanletill 1l1a1 or inl the
New York E axcange. The same raec
everywhere, everywherb the sm11110
1 .prinl2e3(S, lin (110 sillishilm anlid Inl thio
-d(arkness. always the same. [Cheers.]
n The l,publiclll 11lty is at scbtiollt
- parly, anild leigsl1ths iIr clsses and nlot
['fr the people. It I has 11111do fihe rib0
eriler, and the poor poorer. It establ)
lish1ed disholest money Whose vilue
call be Ilteired by 1 votes ofit ma11tjori
ty ill ColIgre.s. It lawgilil huulds to
-corporations mnsflnd orsrigthem
Ior futhre gielieration.4. It pavs its
S debts by issting new notes of iidebf.
edness. All sorts of sub1Jsidies were
graiited 1)' it and the lobh% , waxvd Pat
I until a Democratic ouse checked tle
tide or Corruption.
More es'ecially is fhe cour-se of the
lepublicall party to (ihe llegro CoIl
t(vilptble. It 1has, scrupuloulsly re
Crallmed tri-l givillg' ofilee to co'lored
ineii in thle "JOrH, and aW.Wual1Y ha.-S de
pu;ivd t1hlm or suf'rage in the' District
Again, John Sherman stiigmlatizes
tile Soulthern Denmoerats is repudial
tionists, anild yet ill Vir'gilia it is not
SMlahone, but the Pederl lidmiistra
Ytion that is responsible. Not a siigle
0 Federal offivial ill Virlin Ia iled to
lend his lid to fitste inig th i gs of'
repuiatoints ponthevitalsor that
I old cmillollinvelitih. [A1plause.]
- Senitor Dlailld thenl paid a11 uplowinl
Ytribute to llaml toil, anld deflioillecd
the ladivals wl o tre endeavorinlg to
tolt1ire his speech t Sfiunt0n into re
hllion. E G an Gafield.som fetife sows
Ith( Sv(eeds of discord. Yet anv 111nl
who has sti i coligressiolial rezOrd its
(Aarlield lhas, is wise if h3e flies.it. ainy
Ihing to avoid its explatia(oil.
1Ie coicldided w10ith a eilogy oi Han
cock, ansd Sai that f1he slpport of the
ticket. was at religious dIt.y. [Wild
(ineernl Wzlar next iltroi d 111-(I (4en
Iral lagood, who was received with
lvers. C"eller. nril Ilagood said that the
little had come wheii lie people de
s mand of their rulrs 313 acconit of
e the il -Mewardship. A t (he listelve lion
(1 111 ipllrty s *e a1bsoh 1 c 0ontrol
i o The I lil ican
Parly, however, hald retrograI1ded rfromI
jis 6wlinei Ilig --h posiion uitil ill 1871
it had to repsot to 1rau11d to rtain tle
p e' i(lete y . 'Ilhis de clin e ow es its
ori-xil to cuses 111derilving Ilhe go'V
L''Ir (ien. Two force21s, 11(3he 231. centigal
1a1In the ce(ntri1petal,1 haave al1wayis beeni
al1..work. i'or a wiv ile Rei.'millienisml
frinmphed112(, (thr'ough Don)4jlocraiti mis 13
ItaIzkes, but. nowl local1 selfI goiverInnenlt
3is 31he r'ock.ontiI whih 1 h >mocraicv
1'stanls, anld thle lseople of' the Un3ioil,
startled ait thir(3*( expeiento1 ith 1 a
% '"strlong ;government111," are* coini(31Ig 3into
the 1)vInoetOIic par' I I v. Th'le 1 >emoe
n ay fSoulth Car1iolinaii halve kept
Oievery pled3(ge, an<1( I her I wili no
go back iwalrd. A itswer 13:hack thle
b' call(of the Natina 10331I)emoor:row. See
Ih-i your13' )1 banner floa118tsitrst wi'here
1 lbincock and( Eniglish1 lead in 113e
r* shoca'k of' bat.tlec ini Novembier. (A ji
( en. lu tlerI th13en spok e at lengt(lh
witht (31feel, 3o3n h3 (1dI on14 th IIindepende31 1
Y issue m31id sa3id tha13. tere is nto hlf war1i
v gr41t13d. WhIo(everi says hSle is a 1)em1d
rat1 and34 yet. means 3 to rin11 indepen2114len3
s5 (31l.her3 deceiv ing hIiinisel 1or1 tryin tol14
2 (leceive you3. (CheIl(ers.) I l(1dep12-31lent
e' isotn1 iRadica:liin.
S It is at dehI1iin to sav tier'e is differ21
en3ee( beOtwoonC thle t.ii'ha13tinal parties12.
)It is this veory diffrenhce I ha:t unc1lertlies5
Ithe signI uifene of' II anc(ock's nom11 ia
1tionl. ilis genrl(3 order No. 4t0 is ill
siingI''101 cotraSt to the( (leeds of' 4o1her
m1lliiltary (con3utile1r,s. Gai'li is a
-. hyvpocr'ite who) chamlIpionIs every'i 13n(cas
' uire ol' hte. 31314 111en1 woII re 3tir to( 1
1 the( Whlie llouse an13( sinHg psahnstl.
e G Ieneral Ille Ir thent123 cae on thle
p'Ol.e3 to be on1 1their guarltd algainst the(
inisid 0h 8 1tt tks o1' the3 Unldica3l part'Iy
b who are' no0w int the Statle wa3iting 1'
an33 oppor0It1Imity. Thety wiill endea23vor
(' to wrest tihe distrie'lls froni' Messr's.
O-(.'Coinnor and3( Rlichartdsoni. Tio the
peopllc of' Richuld1 h le idel(l an urtgentl
a1ppeal31, houtgh ho wats satisfied 'rotin
this out pouing Ithat the c'ounlty is saite.
1 dtlulge not onily int spoech-manking,
0, b.u1 (10 the( work t hat is essenltial to
I ictory'. (Loud aplau11se.)
n (Gen. lh-attont ne(x. introdu)ced H oll.
ihug speechl, arra'fignIing- thle Radical'11
ine'gr'oes wi ith the l'eednIt's Banik.
4' l1 ie1spke3 of 1( 31 the 1 nat io0nil nest an3d of'
(3 11h still greter21 nt(eessityV of' kee >ing
't Southl (.'iI-olinla it the )e''atic 1ine0
I- 1(c hlped( thaIt the( ball1 no0w set ill mo1
1101u,m.w1l roll ot till it rea21ches2 the( hill
.4 01 ielory3. Tihte speaIker' was frequenlOIt
b y checre1td,
32 Col. James3 (G. Gib)bes' clo0ad<4 with
013onet of1 iititale 13alks, abountldinlg in
-jokes, and( senit every body' ofl it tile
-)best 01' sp)irits.
-, Thel( l?e/ister' contcludes as f'ollowvs:
1' In c'on)cluision we cal) but congr'au
ht late I enl. BrationI and( his colnimittee
- and3( the State u11pon the gra)t( nd t'out
.yslteray, 13u1der1 a buing11( SepItember)33
Sunl. .At one( 11im1 the pr3(Ioession
rea3cbhed near11ly, it quJIite, a1 mileh in -
. lenlgth, whIilst crowds upon tho01 ide1
a walks were wen21din1g thteir' way to the
bI grounids and1( cheerin'theo red '(( shtirts
a wilth' "'Raht for' lancoc(k1 'Habh for'
l'tnglsht I'' Ev'eryt htinig paissedi of wvell,
e and1( we' may3 aIllsa3y, "So lfar, so good."
s Thbe .Ne~ws a(13d (our'ier sa ys :
- ''leni1 11) mad a malhgni flecit. para'3de.
SAll (o1 her31 113en werel' lunitfodt'1 inl red
-- coloredl n( in Cl w erescttered throu1gh1 (1h0
l- haorseme.aifa3'dedI thro'4ugh t ho cityv
I. ithI ain meess83ant and( 3 enthusiastic
s yelling, whticht was remar1)3ka1bly well
33 sustaIned, conts'iderig t hant they had
c heent keevping it.up on1 their' march'Ol for
] twelve hlours 03' mlore. At t1floaMd
3 Of' theo (:ol1t1mn was th old2 01( Whinsbor'o
-Club flag of' 1876, deosignled and1( Inade
(3 byt ol c olored D)emocrat, Shnon01
i MitcheIll, wihio bor'e it.: On 4)no- 341de
-asto. ervi of' the0 01(1 (ampalil,
a "Tildent and ilcdi andMs Oh te?
reverse ,he allteratIve muotto Qj"tho.
day, "liicock atd 11agood." Under
neatl were "Fairled, 1870, 1880."
The Longtowt Club bore a crimscu
lag With a lone white star. Wagoile
i oliof Red shir s were surmounte.d
With large UiUted States flags, atid thq
natiOnal color3 embOllished, the heads
of early everyhorse.and iuitle in the
cavalca<e. Ote ot'the attraction was
a Four-1nnile wagon packed with gaim
ile red-shi11rted darkeys. The proces
sion was leaded by Col. T. W. Wood
wart, County Chairmnan, and was
directed by R. "Meaus Davis, Esq.
A fler mllrc)hiig tor- solnie timle Fairll0d
took a rest.un il the ftomation of the
Again in enau;neraating th clubb t
'Thte Fairfleld mloite0d d1otachellnt
mdrarldy described. At thb fiead rode
malor 'T. W. Woodward, in red, ac
Coluiaied by Miss IMinnic Starling,
lovely ini blue, atiul little Miss Lucy
I'ezovant in flaney attire.
Til E 'TlET DECORATIONS.
Whilb he decorations 1 on 1Naii
street Were not equal to thos6 df past
meetings, there wits suaflfient color to
enlivvii the thoroughfare atd harndn.
ize with tle geilcral criason lppear,
anice.of thintgs. Mir. Steigitz display
vd a tited( States fag frot.li his store.
Over Wright's 11otel waved ft large
National banner. Desportbi & Ed
fimunds oritiiented the frdnt of their
store with red shiits, flags anid Nation
al colors. kingslaid & 11eath's es
lablishmlent was faceed with :flal(rs.
McCreerv & Bro. made the best dis
play of all, their awning frames behiig
covered with, red 1,lane6 iliaga, caml
paii;n portraits and handkerchiefs. C.
F. Jackson's was 1*6 t6oued with red
flannliel. MTCKenlic's confectionery
hung ont banners and a 'ery largo
United States ilne wits displayed from
V. C. Fisher's tyrug store. Beside
theso there were many lesser oruarnbdi
tationls of the kind.
-Never deli intil to-morrow what
should be attended to to,day. A slight
cough ought never to be neglected
whenu a 25 cent bottle of Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup will prevent it, frdill bo
coing chronlic. *
A CAR-LOAD of the clebrated Stude.
- baker Wagons, all sizes, to arrive
by the 1st ofSoptemaher. As we luve be
fkro sold many of those wagons in the
county. please ask those using them it
they arc good. W. Lt. DOTY & CO.
GaA1AN I GRAINI
ED Rust-Proof Oats, Rye and
- 1arley f'r sale cllap. A sul)pply
of ih Tennessee 'Wragons on hand.
J. F. McMASTERI & CO.
MOUNT yZION SCXIOOL.
T IlE exercises of this School will be
gin on Monldily. the 13th of Sep
teimbtu. No iew chtssn can be formed
att present. 'ititioll ill extri branches
2 >e m )IOnth1010 IN AIWANVE.
Rt. MEANS DAVIS,
sept 7. Principal.
HIE house ai lot now beupiedt by
- W.-H. Kerr, Esq. The lot has a
h ont on1 Vladerhorst St. of' 117 feet, and
a dep'th of 2I1 fro~t. The hiouse is h&w, in
excellent repair, and on the promises are
af good well andel. al lnecessry outbitild
,was P'o.sssioni given Janu'ary 1, 1881.
'rma .ioderate. A40 ,pl to NOD
TTINi1IEIlY give notice that I havo tii
then bar andj billiard saloon known as Ou
llu, oE. L. Lumpkain) an d 1Itfert H.
Simpsona~i, who m'ill contin noe the busialosa
at tho ol stanud. I wo'ul reapactfully
as.k for thxet the patronago haeroforer ox
tenidedi to ini. . JNO. D). McCARI'EY.
A ugust 20, 1880.
We have ti day bonuht tihe 1 ar known
a4thera with the entire stock. of . wines,
luors, tobacco, cigars, billiard table, etc.
l'he bies.s wvill hiereaifter hbe conducted
by us at the ohld stand undier the firm.
rmeof Ei. L,. Lumpidn &~ Co., and woe
spietl ly I ask the paltronage hereto fore so
lib~erally' bestowe'd on Mr. McCarley.
.lO. . MKIN
August 20, 18f60.
aug 21; -t'
FOR YOUJNU LADIES'
i A LREi6fn1, N. C;
REY . JIIIURWELL, . . .ipa
T lE ned .session' conunien es
onWedneayica, the 1st Soptemi
" ~advanages for instruction in
al lbanches usalytuhti irst-class
se ilui nreH for young lad ues.
Adlvantagesa for instruto n-ui
(vocal ando ins$trumiental) and Miodern
. Tl.e only Institntion in the South hav
mgi in succeesstfil operat ion a tally squip.
iped 5chiol for' instruction in tho theory
and p.ractice of' cookirng.
F"or circulars and( catalogue, addrmess4
IAEV. 11. hJU1tWE]LT & SON,
july 17-2mi Italoigh, N. C.
A FULL ASSQRTMI NT
GKEOOcaJ I~ is
A1ways on Haed.
-. F. MaidASTERl & C0.
- Subscribe to '1Tuin NE~WS AND HE.lit.
- PECIAL MT10ES.
TH11 LITTLE.M'N kSt--3ayA
Liver Pills ate il mot to In the W4
and ent15iv ei, P 15 cents for 11
boxes. ldby a Druggiasan this county
MACON, GA., July .1, to
I have used ShOonfuld'S Stock Feed on
horses with the best reeste. I had one lb
turned over to me for Which the' owner w
have takon $25, and after treating him witU
Stock Feed for two weeks, I consider him w
s1A.. My wife has triid-it, alo0 -0 her chiok
W1hh-we e I ridl wit xTr ano
did dot loue o-' or g11h
.*91 tru' +-er..
.~ -i.. ATER
Sold ya Proprietor Livery Sta
l0( .y ali -~ugst t hits county
. -- GRANINIvr,, Ga.. Aug. 20, 18
bDR. J. C. iOlF E' T-Dear $tr-I cannot
train longer froin rondering to you my gral
aoknowledgments for too,griceless Wou
have given to tho babywo in your "T.c
na." For geveral months past I have been
Ing.it to our little girl. pow teothing, and
the most happy resulta C
Other ittle once are drool ajaj dying 1
our little darling indf 6po' 0 4 jul. recomn
it W all with w ,oi 1,co4qg In contact.
A.e r. ,TO
bViA bicul-'1 IP
of the m"qlo portion of the Amer"t"e, i
years of age suitor Inoro.less, tiea#
the kidneys and bladder. There 01p vai
causes for this, butiover work is the filet el
Not hiig in the troe )"tRr4 , Mloa.is s0
calculated to in gorat aw.rtolI he0
tune to these orga as . an n's Compi
Extract of Ijudu. .'ani Juniper. A few
taken ocpasoi . -will greatly benefli
those who aro aqtd Ath any disense ot
kidney or Bladder. a - -
Prepared only by 11its HaVo, A,La
Dru Is Atlanta, for sale y all IV
gists fn this oounby.
ANb, q!R 6.0o.. G.t., Jlly 4, 11
I am one or the unfortunate sufferers I
Gravel or disease of the Kidneys. and flnd i
and speedier relief frbm lanlin's Buchu
Juniper tha n anything I have ever tried.
teem it so highly werd there but one Dettl
the world I would willingly ve $100, or
amotuit for It. I recommend it above all c
similar preparations. E.T. WDl
Messrs. Lamar, Rankin & Lamar Geriej
A member of my family whom Y.Je
Consumption has been entirely ctZ
use of Brewer's Lung Restorer; His cond
was very slarraj)g ..all of usu and .W
every th og. catiflp IMUt -to tonoilt
Wlthotts0 Ula b0ttl4'jDt
ung*storer. He begap.to ifirove.after
firot doe and before -he lad tken two be
was entirely cured, where Mared no ei
possible and I most cheer thly rheommend
all who have any aiffectps th lungs
was coughing and spittu all the time'. j'
cessantl t i tavont(ld his sleepi
nglt, and hat.t sleep.uegot did ,nel
frs him n the least. ad but little
and since hi began the use of lrewera
It8orpr has slept *,ell and his appetita is
luch betpr.. I have never seen .,abrthing
so promptly.and effect a cure n,a shbrta I
Wishing you reat success and ho ie
abovo may intfuence hany. to try rei
Lung Restorer where they need a medlein
streagthen and rest re the Lungs to a het
coudition. ?am very resptfuly
MItS. E. J. WJLLIAk'
72 Waa gA Av. near West yan le
Sold by the Druggists of this county.
ERItY, HOUSTON TY
We have known It 4 gyplft b Ype
testrd In hunded of nAte cases of p
Mercurial lheuinat.it, Scra(m.a, etc. It
the most peicet and perinanent cured in
Hugh L. Drennard, Ali wa
Sin D. Kilien, J. W. Wim)
Judge Co. Court, J. C. Gilbert., Dr
J. L. Warren, of J. W. Mann,
J. IV. Lathrop & Co.. County T1reas
8aVannah Ga. Wm. D. Pierce Sh
Ed. -Jackson C. C.1641
Dep't Ci'k Sup'r Ct. pay & GO
We are acqupinted with the gentlenpen M
ignatures appear to the above certidat e.
are Citizents ofsaid county, of the highest
spect.ttbility and character. A. 8. (1LEm
Ordinary Houston Co. 4
Clea k Siperior Court Houstuny
I amn oal acquainted wit.h the pre
tore, ama( muai of..tie genitlemon whose sl
turca,ap)peadr- the foregoing certificates.
a.me men of high character andl tanding.
TIlE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO 1ANY, Iropri
Atlantti, Ga. ,
Sold by all Druggists in this county
all for a cep of "Younk ien'st rieri,
aug 2r4-2 mo
1HOW WACE R AE
'It will be apparent to any one, who WvIl
amino a Bor,m GoL,D WAToJ.. that aside
the necssary .thckness for engraving
polishinig, it large prop'ortlon of the pret
nieal used, is needed only (6 stiffen and
t,he engraved port,ions /n place, and suppi]
a cssdry, solidity and strength. The sum
gold is acttui.1y Ijleeidas so far IIs tiIrTy
beauty are Conicerned. In JAMES BO88']
EiNT GIOLD.WATCHI CAS58, tjifs WASTn 01
clous indf,ai is overcomeo, and ttio hA 501.1r
*AND) WTHENTHI produCc,d at. from on6.,i
one-half of the usulal cOstf pi solid case's.
prOc6iss f5 of the -(ob, 5im1plo,'atur9, ai
lowe :t aplatO d, nihkel., cor l~t i 1i
specially adapt,ed to ihe purpogg, lisw
of SOLID G0OLD soldered one onj ,e de
three are theYn paysed between poljl Id
rollers, and the re ylt Is a strip of heayj
composiin, trorn Tvhich the cases, ba'cks,
tresq, bezzles, &c...are cut and.sitWped aj..
ble dies and forplers. The gold in these A
isa sufliinat,y t.hick ti, admit of all kine
chasing, engraving and' en4meling; the
kraved cases have bpen~ 6arribai nritii worn
fect,1y arnooth by timbe aid use witli'e~ rel
lng the gold. .
TiIIS IS TIHE ONLY CA S.M.jANE W,JIH
PLATES OF SOLID hIoLD, AND WAlItil%M
f~or Bale by Colli\or & Oha.dlle 96l,C. (i)
Ask,for Illustrated Cat.albgue arnd to see
rant,. inch 1l-ta
JUSIT IN STORE
NEW SEED1 RYE' AND BARL)
A LOT $ TtREl RTJ8T..Plj0]
(YATS TO' AI11I1E INt'
A FEW DAYS'
A and1( complete stock of Fail
and1( PlanltaLtion Grocere. will alw
be foid atL my establishlmenlt'
they Will be sol at. prices to atlit
tie.(ive 111 a call anld you shlal
dlII I OHIE8E lI
-cle f ls
TiS SPACE FOR
oTdi'\OHN L. H fNAUGH'S
D.0$.x ' Wis.MY.
an TO OUR FRIENDS
N. erT U j0S,
the C UST 0 A/ E R S
AlliUIg Mr. Groesbl -bas ait iiirned from Europe, where he went to
very . ee his "peoploes," and is now in New York laying in an elegant an
aco 10;(Sook of Drf Goods. Notons, &c.; &o. We expect in a short timo
r a% eo rooon 01ih
at Wolfe's old stand, with a full line of cdthing,. aid guarantee satisfac..
tion to all who may favor us with thpir patronage. We do not promise
nov Hwhat we will do; bit ofir goods wiJl show for thenselves.
That wo charge to all alike, and do not make 4 bid profit on one custom-,
, er, and lose it on another, just to induco the public to buy from tis. Look
o4t fq3r "Joe;"1
SUGENIEIMER & GROESCHEL
,rer, AT COST'FOR THIRTW DAYS.
On,; R6X 'iantb' Cloth Top itation Button Ihn'd .Now'ed P1AiNCE A EIiT,
Bfoken lots GentsGloth Top utto1- iand So'ed Prinoo Alberta.
hose 13roken lots Gents' .niieled Lace Hand Seowed Prince Alberta.
rhey Broken lots Ges'.Calf Ties, to close at $1.25
re- k.plt4 ies' Newport'iies, at 90e, $1, $1.25, $1.60.
a. Broki itCldren's Slippers, to close, at 50e.
Broken lot Children's Sandals for $1. reduced from $1.60.
ia. Battteroup Piques redueced from 12jc. to 8Ac -
pi',e- White Figured iind, apd Striped Piques retduced froin 25 to b0.
LhyWhite (B3roeade) Piqucs reducedl from 30 to 20e,
.T WEI,NTY PIE CE S 1G tjuRi ELi .WO A T FIVE CEN'J'n.
Lors, Broken lots Lace Gloves at cost. . juainder of Straw Hlats wiill be sold without rof;
once to cost or value, to niake rooin~ for our large stack of Fall merhadie
WE HAVE JUST RECE~IV.ED 300 L'ossets, "Superb," at 50o., oth 76.
aug EROT EI & EDMUNbtD
pr' GR?1kA I2EDUCTIO29 IN DRJJSS t0008 AND NOTIONiS I
by O1DE1 TO MAKE ROOM FOR 'ALL'STOCEK.
ag.ed bi der to make robin for oir Fall Stock wve offer the reinaindkdofou
~q~~ Sj ing and Siiner oods at COST tS CASH BUYERS.
' Pdr si re Lawnse at 7Q .sonts,
Pacific Lawns at 12 cents.
en.. L'aeIe launtings at 22k cants,
per. Linen Suitingsa of difforent grade..
nov- Dress Gobda of various styjles and pricesj
tiypros Cloths at 174 cents.
hite Piqueh,'all prices;
Centennial Stripes fror.n 7} cents up.
u;'''-''-'.... A Lot of Edgings from 24 cents up
war. A Lot of 1Ribbon topa solit for what, they will bring. a' we desire to
-y .. close out this part o'f our stock.
to laundried Shirt in~ the World at 874 cents each.
An. .e'rd, at 79) cents, and all other goods in proportia .
.Rememb,er hebove riices are for cashi on the 8pot. They ilntb
dhar'ged to any one without arn ad'vico. No exception~s diado.y intb
y. .- .y 1
THE DAIS VERTICAL FEED
&L1tEKY~I'l '7IJORLD '#O PROD 7CNJ (TS EQUALf
?r One thious.and dellr.6j, oerd lr'ntatwl(1asgat
a rang of work, and do laar wo'd on rad otlin esntht'l da l
ty te "AVI VElTIA LFRE) Y anohrmachinte as as can be (one oin
ay lie contest will be madeu1 with any 0 0 dI rig .M A c OllN e." A rneie t for(h a ov na d
ay rewvard, withini a reasonabl6 thne aftr y .1tgtcm 8t o h iiv-ae
be DAV ING Mi~AIIIN CO.
be Anther' large lot of thie above Machines andi the linproved lYeed Just rp'
colved, J. 0. loAU Agent,'
Wht ab ons ri es ' m~s Go d in variety, Illusion, SikjS int
re.bbns, Linen as Lace, "0 are oe osiory, Laoo Bonnets, iuching
fe olu,nd, afist-ce. CoDry s, F nlus, Ties and' everything gner'all )
nieton tnnol a DryGo. s ranoy .Goods and Mil inOra pbanl.