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I ' ~l1-4.M 1I. NGLuslu.
IFor' Cons pf rolle r-General..
FVor S;erelary. of State.
imm. 1". Yout'%Ns.
For Su jrinmin tient of Elurnion.
IJlG11 S. 'I'1l(.1'rSON.
For A0.iut nnd I ns'ier'or-fleneral.
For Siae Transurer.
For Dal.s--Fourtle )lMtr:ct.
,.JoIN IL. EvL.N9.
Fo'r %.Uni 111or-5 xth CircuIt.
T. (C. C.\sroN.
TWO ('E:ss-S DE.-:TI-:VE-S I .IA 0E
VI-Ai'd 01reenvill- I o inve.sli. att'. thie
I'u114ru111s 1, # 1 hal city. We venl irC to
say Ilhey will (Illd thmaII rig(ht.
TIm. 1':op . (1-' A]...A.\soP VOT.:D
upon ati tmincildhlent to thle conlstitul
tion repudilti Ng -I a t or tie 6ate
dobt. A 'Ic'al vounit is niecess.ry
to4 dovido whhri received a ma11
jurity o *all the veo .S1t..
Cl.nU.W i l:1.1>, A 1 AYS AG),
creek.,l a Ilmnliv-ut, over Alaj, or
.A Id rs grave, atid the people ol,
Tarrylown," otif, of' rcvlnge, are hav
l"g v. mallm. SclptIuled ill holnor. of'
Andre'; capitors. Thuls runs thec
11No of 111 CIar tonll as called at Con
vellion to dc-cide hi (piu-stion of pri
In )' I conv(ntion. The prima1ryN.
pln proposed allows twelve ric
seitaiv. es(t t he city and live to the
(oun1ry. Th pi!1ry is the best plall
Cor :1atisfying al part lies.
. I.1: .::n,W ~\I;Avluvln is gaillivaft.
ilw arolil 1he conil"try Uke Ia verita
ble.1 J 0ht in .'aarch of* a fiiller. The
1111onim, o' brvath tha.1t he is I asi iIg
woulll run a wild 11il. Aways get
fins traz.zled, and-(1 yet Over boulyanlt,
lhe presents apecacle ilmt. ml ight. be
viewed wi h pr'ofit. bly a11 defeated
a1spiraniits for1 oflice.
Tu'i K. STA (A Nv.S s' I'I:l)(1211.SS,
with1 gr'eat vig or. All the' Nor'thernI'
portionOl of' the0 State' is alaze', anid thel
ly etji:als12 I'ho ralies of I156. The New
to Soulbh Cm'olina, and11 intimted'o~ thait
his presen2ce was' n1cessa'ry to filet,
1s0m1eunldeinleI kinid (Ulrield1 boom11
d1own' herel'. Thle 1/r/ need8( wasto no0
syn22I laiv y ol South C'arolinja. M'hien
chilhirenj are' onl tirz ex l1tr god hie
haviior t hey ar:e lwre'ed to bonbhons
and1 0)2 conec tis. So thle Demlocrants
of' SouthI C.aroli na Ii;ive (don1 so well
thalt. they~ 21re deem1ed wor'thy1 ofian in1
felkt,:.2 .da, su'h as9 "Dr.' 11ivarid
htas given them11.
Tar-- Now YoniK J/eru/d has. taken'1
t he )1 pain (4) send( a1 repor2ler to dis5cov
h1as his windows securiedl with ir'on
disgustl aIt the2 ehi:a-ge ando r'efused to
tat k abiout it, bt. he sh~owe'd his~ hiouse
m1inu1s the' notorians211 shut1ters, while
two huniidred of1 11he t8Iohrelsuresc. made(1
ill his 11an11e wereI really for~ a .Mris.
1)2nioni, and 2 hat Mrs1 112. kiigl1ish had11 no
piecimiar int eo resl in 11hem2 w1lm:tever'.
Tbch /l'i/od1 is mpled to belIieve
tiluit Mr I bi1l'Ctead, of1 the( C.iihnnati
C'omEmerceia/, who set the repor'ts ini
for' iruthfn1iness51. It is2 a 92ad (hino- f'or
11he 1h10ubli1an that8(1211 Mr'. EnIghis'. is
not a1 ghloil or' an1 ogre ; 1as thov av
aled ound hijni to be ai most1 con1
14u1nunaoto pol1itieal mana211ger, ol's.1'
Etish, 2as he, cont1emTtuiously called
- 1h' l12adical organs1, is conield. that
] ldianat will 1)111Il through all right.
11~ so, Mr . Garfield 21n!y as w2 ell reCtire
from the 1 ''esiden'Itini ra:ec andu go bacek
to his W2esterni reservVe that11 has1 votes
(enoug to~~ sen b;m(1 2. to Conigress inl
sp' Ie of' his sealIy r0cord11. 11e 11ad1 bt1
ter' have had(1 iron shlers to 2 his door's
anid wVidows when01 Oadkes Ame came 112
artounid to trla,lc f'or CredIit Mobjilier
* S'Aoek. At last ac0'0ount1s Mr'. 1'nlglish
- 01vn coux'ry .-11.'2.,
PrE'esentmen2~2t of flmo (rn,l Jry~'-oenertI.
Remarhuka--A S1peela2 Itecononenda'2(2t in as
* to blahe Salo of ranilenhIngl..io..
The follow~'ilig Is (he' pre'0sentment1 of'
-thle gr'ioul jury of' this3 coliaty, 21)1(1 lIt
the terma of' the Court of' Sessions1. jus
T/o the lonora/de JT. .I. IIndson,
('r~eidin JuU jfSixth( Judicial
T1h e Grano d Jur 1y reFtpecifully mako
hou u.lIowinlg presflninn:nt:11
Thley, hanve eYxanlhined as9 ca'eutlly' as
theira liited time2 would peri'iit, the
publ'1 filos of the county, and fliad
* . . .,tje '11.2)inl goofI or'der and1( their books
he*~* b ehIdition of (bc.. jail Iis ve
~ b~F 1 wO1Jcare
Justiles have beeii submitted to us, toi
wi, of,11. J. 1". W. Coleman, S. I.
Johnston. 0. W. linchanan and 11. A.
GlIeil, and the r'Cord0s socin comploto.
tI. S. ilinnant, the Coroner, has also
produeed his books and they also are
in good order.
The Plot)r. I louse lits beenl visited . by
it commit tee ol' our number and the'v
report it inl good conlition1 and th'e,
Ip,uper inates well provided for.
'lhey rcolmlend, however, that one
lmlei, illstead of two, be kept there.
Portions of the public roads, knowin
,is the listitutlon and tihe Bell's
Briige Road, and the road from Felts
erville lo Shieltonl- Ferry, have been
reporled to tis ill want of repair. This
iws bevin callvd to the attention of the
Dont.v Connissi!(mers, and we are
isstived by them that proper repairs
ha1111 be m1;ade..
The grand Jury are gratified to know I
if the peaceo an( good order prevaililn
mi the couity, as sholwi by the Sml<
iiunber ofi'iminail cases before - this f
Uourt for trial. This driinutioi of f
1rime is the result of a stricter ob
sCrvanec of law and temperance.
W hile t he evils of- intemperance and
ile carryin- of colnevaled deadlv
weapons stilM exist Ih orI midst, the I
id jury believe they are also dimin-]
h''lle 1rand11h jury would reomninend
hat the law "'to regulate the soile of
intoxientinlg liquors,?' approved March it
11), 187.1, (3r tic) 111 tich thoreof is relates
to le sellill') to knowi inteiprato
Ime18tm1Q. n1r1101S, linut ics, etc., (being
Svetioit 7 of said Act) be published in
otlir county. papelrs for genleral 11forma
In conclusion the grand jury rG6
speelfully temder thiri. thiilks to your
lillnor Cor aid anld assistancee rend'ered
Respeiit filly iubmitted,
J. F. V. Lioum Foreman.
Tho followi:. is the portion of the
Act of March 11.), 1874, above referred
.Willfully fuifludhiig any intoxicat
ll- diink, by sale, git (r otherwise, to
any person ofkiiown intemperate hab
its, or1 to any pursoll When drank or
ill(oxicutel, or itO a inillov, or to any
in-aite perSim, for ti-se as. a beverage,
slat I Ibe held and deemed a nisle
I e ian lor, and11, upon11 co vli ict -ion tlereof,
Ilie oll11nder shall be IId n 1ot less thllal
tel (1lh:1rs no1 more 111th1 one ltuldred
doillu-s, and imprismied not less thai
ten days (r more (han thirty days;
and it shall be lawfuil For ay member
of' the infnily, or blood relation, or
gia'dilin of sIclh iiellperate mrson
03' n111nor, and for the coinmittee of
such imlsanoe person, or for any Trial
Justice of' the t.ownIIhi) where aly or
ciliher of such per-sonls reside or have
their legal Sel-tlimenl, to give a noiie
in wrili to ally personl or personsoil
gaged in retailing, selling or having
inloxietiinglhiuors, florbidding himi or
hwIl, a Ite 'Ns maSO y be, C.om1 firinislh
il! "siluh initemperate persol, minor Or
ilasan10 person with intoxicating drillks
O,: li(itols; anld ifN withinl three months
(d iite timeo of' sneh n1otice, any Personl
to whomli the same is given shal fir.
l:sh, or cause to be furnished,--any ill
loxicaling liquors to sich intemiper-ate
pelsol, minor or insane person, to be
used as a beverage, lie 'or they shall be
held severally responsible foir anly in
jury to person or prop)erty whiclh may
E"'our ill conlsequence of' such furnish
ing, 1( and 0any on ggrievedl may reC
'ov'eir datna31g'es agantst the per'son 80
turillishing, by ani action instiAuted in
anty CJou, ,of 4)' his Stat e hav'ing ju'isdlie
ti4)3 of' civil actionls - anid in case aiiv
wie lshal111 give such1 notice, she shllI
lhe elI t it.led to r'eover' of the1 perisoni
IXurmiiish iing i,mtOxi('nting lig-nor to her
hsbsand, in an action in hici own
na111ne, such dlamages as any Court or'
.1ury may81 Iaard, for' tihe maintenance
wheun hier husbandl, by rea8son of sneh
furnisiig, is incapa'able of pr'oviding
for the pr1oper' supp)ort of her or' theni
and( inl any1 actionl b)rought in) accord
anee0 wiithi thle pr3ovisiOnIs of' tis See
tioni, tile bond( of' thle person1 fiish
IngI u it OX it ing drlinlks 0or liquors shaill
be liable forl thte dan1)1mqe recovered to
Ilhe (ex1(ent of1 (ho penal1 ty thereo04)f, inl
case54 the same11 cannlot be sati%ied( ont
of Ithe l)lropert'y of tel defend(ant iln
TunR OLI)Ex T.txIx.
Iteaver Cre-ok Tnun ers--Thef First Betoers
RociCi.:ic, August 31, 1 880--Bo
ing at, leisure, 1 thloughIt I1 would addt
somlethling iln regard to fornu or fiye
Tun1lkers8 wh'o were amongst the Ihest
set tlers onl B('aver' Oreek that I saw
wihen a boy, viz: Andrew Feaster,
Si'., Adamn Cooper', WilliamIl and( 1581iah
Mobley and1( Matt.hew IIoosh, a Iles
si:m1. Thle Iirst fouri wore long beards
and1( 1 think tIle last did also. These
woeecalled l)unkardls and1( were theO
onliy men01 seen with unshaveni faces
then1, andIt Iforty years aftterwaril1d. This
dhenominat ion is called in history Gor'
man10 laptists. Andrew Feaster, Sr'.,
waIs ai nati-ve Switzerland, andl remnov
ed hei'e f'frm Pemlsy'rvania, as I wals
inuformned by his gr'eat-gaminson3. I
r'oude behlind my13 mlother)1 about the vecar
1811 to ol Daddle Feaster's, a dlistaince
of' six mles~C, her purlpose being to g'et
him to cure one of' her armns which
was paraly'zed. 03n ridin)g upl to- the
house gate my mothier hialloed, and
the first, objecWt that attra'5cted my3 no0
t ie was the big white hogs, the next
the old( mans's long white board( the
tiral that. I had ev'en seen. We afighut
0(d and1( wiIE invyited inito the house5 by
thie goo)d oldi mim11. I kepl my13 eyes onl
him11 until we wereI* seated iln a chir
wiheni a' long hai' r'op)e attracted my at
btion1, th tir iist and3( last 1 ever' saw,
I his was uused by' tw~o negrio men1 for'
tihe purpose of driawing' lip bags of'
tloura into0 the loft. Th'le nlext novelty
was (lhe biggest. dish of beans T ever
saw~ hIeap)ed on tihe biggest. powver dish1.
DLier over, 11y3 mother w~as seated in
a home mad8(1 chiair. Fxposing her'
b)are armns to viewv, the 01(1 man11 knelt
at her side, l'ublbing her arm from the
1h81n( to- (lie shoutIler, severl'inge
blowving his breath in the mean t:ime
gualge to 1,10, all the timle. This was
enlled "'uIog,"' fori (lie p4urp'ose of einr
in1g maladies suh as felons, wvens, canl
celrs, warts, ply11sis, &c. Wihiethier
Is "'usig" enrled tIle arm1 or not, 0or
the fidth she replosedl in oldi m11'5'
mystic-art, 0or time, I knlow not6 but it
was after a while as wvell as I,aero,
IL was oni Andrew Feaster's plantationi
that Fort Walgoner' was bit.on1 the
fir'st settling of Boaver: Oreek, before
o1ur levolutionary War', for' the purl
pose of defence againist the savago Iln
dlans, and:-nsed 81so for somie mpit'ose
EJurltlKAbalt. war. Near this fbrt thje
W nt 0k Whlich had sWtai *edg
~ ; j) ~by no) Iis)
hnch was mntioned by
talistics of 6outh Carolina, and vri
led by Daniel It. Coleman, .Esq., and
a)or Thomas Means, as told-them. by.
hilips and other men of voracity.
I hud lorgotten to Illetioninl a thr
ner art1e tiit Jacob Feaster, Jr.,
o'essed to cure tlie ftbresaid mala
ies, the .art havig 1beoi conibired
[pon hini by his grandfather, Andrew
O(aster, as i know imitny. -rsortedto.I
1n for the Cure of teso ailnenI1.
is three sons, A udm-w,. .John aud
4acob, vorp respeetable citizonii, and
ood farmers, raising their own stock
if horses, mules, cattle, hogs and
heop, and no year tiled to havo corn
or sale.. The same was true of RoTb
Pert Coleman, brother of Daurel R.
md his sons. I had iorgotten.to make
espeettli mention of Joln F., Jacob,
lenry Foot and Allen, sons of Capt..
I. J. Coleman,. Allen fel in our late
var a bravo young soldier. Tihe oth
rs Aied itear. Feastorville some years
ince. Neai Lyles' Ford lived bavid
Hielton Bolen and U. 8 Wright, Dan1
61 Mabrey, Esq., Thomas Burns
Iames Webb, R. G. May o, Cleatons
Foseph McDaniel, early settlei;, anii
I died about, 1820. Near the line of
'hoster county lived and dWd Edward
deatdor and fiis soin Meredith',. Cole
nan, .l'homas. William and Stephen
rosbYs and lierrynan, U. Wright,
Weatlers (or viblers), a truly pious
ian ; lower dowii lleririyman anti Bird
Apman)1111, Boluln anid U. S. Wright"
.lbert Beam, all good aiid eaceful
itizeis. \ e
P. 8--I iad neglected in t .opel'r
Anco to- make mention of Milliam
Kerr, brother of Daniel ff., who lived
utddied at his brother's near Buck
Ilead. They both- removed from
PIhiladelphia here mniny years since. I
invo niado honorable mentitm of Danl
Ai H. in a former article. William
was a high-toned gent.loman gentle
nan, andirespected by all who know
lilm for his virtues, and was a pious I
noinlmer of Salem Church, and died not
olg before our late war. Captain
AMdrew Feaster, son of Andrew Feas
or, Si., was killed by Ilenry Jacobs
.y mistake for Ezeki6l Wooley, and
Jacobs wvas tried and hung, as many
it your rendcrs recollect, in WIlinsilo
ro not many years ago w fhie comnis
non of the deed. Jacobs killed Cap
aii Andrew Feaster, I think before
he war of 1812. 'Be this as it may,
l; was said-that lie paid the forfeit of
us lire forty year.4 aterwards. Cap
-ai A. F. was a Free Mason, as I was
o1, and a man of high respectability.
phis is atnother proofor the old adage
Muvlrder wVill -ouit."1
The planters about here are gather
(g their crops of cotton -t he late crop
uirering for want of rain, as well as
aite corn and other vegetalion. The
-rop of corn will )e quito a light one,
md it is feared the Vield of'cotton will
>it realize fornie.' expectatiuns inl t his
vicimity. W. E.
COLD TA AS A SrmraIur-x.-A story
Is- going the romids of the English pi
I-efs that a large agilmitrst has been
givmlg his havest hands cold t in
stead of ber to drink in the harvest
fIeld, and that the results were ex
treniely satisfactory, thero being none
Dr> the sllenness. excitability and.]
r'udeniess dta.a previottsly bcnu at
Iributed to beer. Becruse ica does
nioL iltoxicate its power as a stIn.ant.
is l'orgotteni or taiiilet'iated, but the fact
remamiiis thi't there is iore stimiuliint|
nii a pintof1 tea of avecr' e st rengthi
than-'in a quar'toi' comnmon- beer'. It
should o r"'nembe'ed. too, that clie
quianii.ity ottea that a harvester will
consumein daily ais a substitute for beer'
is grt-ater thain.that wich1 w 11 suflice
run entii'e famnily arounid a sup.per table.
inittlation, whict.ieir by spirits, wine
bee", tea, coffee cir opium, is simply a
mei.hod of consuming one's physicall
capital, and th!e iiaborer' wl'o replacesi
his L,wo oi' three 1uarts of'beer' with an'
eq1ual daily allowanice of t.ea,ris ex
haust ig his nei'vo and mnusclo morc
i'up~idly than lie did by guzzling beet'.
More and better' foodl is what beci'
iirw 'ki.nig labor'er's neced. The we'lI-fed
Anei'ican f'rmier', wo:'king long hioui's|
utaler a sun hoi.eri thann England ever
knew, does not dainik its mutch in al
week as aii undeir-fed laborer will in -
riay.; if wor'kin.g .mn imust <1a'in
hieavdy of soinelhing' besidieq way/er-|
somuethiiig with ia taste to it--let themi
drmi nk oat imal waie or watek' in whieh
briown icorineal hans beon thirowna. A
Iltt'e sugar WvHI giv'e such dlriink nu
l.riiouis and si rongthening properties.
llut let not t ie emIporance men schez
Emid spr)iead I lie Enmglish cotd t'en story;
the cap that cheer's but not iinebi'iates,
is as dlanigerbus, when abused, as the
bottle and gljtss..
-Reomove mifdew from linen by'
wetting the spot, i'utlbing on ,chalk~
iiid exposinig it to thle ai'. D)iluteo
iintishoi'n wiIf-take out mildew from
woolen stuIle. 4 weak solution of'
shlor'ide ot' lime can lie applied .to al
miost any fabric, but must be uised
with Icare, especially on some colors.
-The cost of Dr'. Bull's Cough Syrnp
s only 25 cents. A bottle will p'on
'nce even the most incredIulons of its
inxcel lence. *
OATS ! OATS I!
FIVEIINDRED bushels of peofcly
pthvtreIRed Rutst-Proof Oats, w"arrant
~d free from cocHlo che'at or any other
kind of grain, for salo by
sept )5- xtt' J. K. DAVIS.
lonticello, Fairfleld C., S. C.
T HEREBY give notice that I have this
.L day sold out my entire interest in
lie bar and billiard saloon known as "Our
.ouseW," to E. .T2 Luinpkin and Rtobert11I.
yniups5on, wh'lo wilH continue the business
it the old1 stanod. I- wouj~ld respetfiully
uskc for them the patronage herotoforo er'
endedi to ime. JNO. D. McCARLEY.
A ugust 20, 1880.
Wo have this day bought the bhr known
is "Our House," from .5 D. McCacy, to
'ethler with the entire stock of wnras,
iquors, tobaceco, cigars, billiard table, etc.
Fno business will hereafter be condluctedl
by uis at the 01(d stand tunder the firnm.
anamo of El. L. Lumpkin & Co., anld we re
Teel fally ask the p)at ronage h~ eretoforo so
Liberally bestowed an Mr McCariey.
I OBt'4 U. SIM1P80N.
Attgust 20, 1860.
CH EE~SE! ChEESE N !
L.FR.ESTl suppily of Cheese just re
30ived andi( for sale at
J. M. BE A TY & Co's,
sept 1 On thle Cou'nor.
A.Suppyof Wtt Plws lithg,
Hlemp amu ilubbor, Packing.
J. .McMASTER & CO
THELITTLE MO'ICINE 011ST1-May AI10
AverPills r the mot, rellable in the world,
tand OLtirely vegetable. I'lee 15 cente for large
)Dxes. Sold by till Druggists in thisounty.
MACON, GA., July 1, 1879, .
I have Uked Shoonreld's Stock Feed on iny
10rKes wit.1 the best risultH. -I had one horse
,urned over to mne for which the owner would
i iYe taken $25, and after t :-ating-hli with thQ
5tock-Feed for two weeks, I cosider hImb wortli
MO. My wife has tried it, nic(* n her chickens,
vhich we-e dying rapitly witi cholera, and bhec
lid dot lobe one after g ving the 1lrstdose.
l. Iy. RitTER,
Proprietor Livery stable.
Sold by VaDruggist4 in.th.1s county.
. GAxnvi.rGa..~Aug. 20, ISII)
Dit. J. 0. 'OpFETTiP-Dear Sir-I cannot re
rinn longer fromn ren.dorllig to you my gratorul
teknowledgrwel's 1-or the priecless boon you
tve 1iven to the bhby world In your "Teethi
in." Forst w vral montlis past I have been giv
ig it to Our little girl now toothing, and with
.hie mos Iappy resulis.
Other 1l501 ones are dtroopng and dyinf while
ur lttl arliat isf.it and cteerful. I r.-commond
t to all With whom I CUMU In contact..
- Yotrs very truly,
A. 11. STRIOUD.
)f the mcile portion of the American people 45
rears of age suffer more or less with disoaseof
ho- kidneys and bhitder.- ''here are various
,ate, otr this, butover'Workis hi e chief cause.
R(othing tit the whole Matoria Medict Is so well
Mlenlated to InviWorate and retoro healt,hy
o to theso organs as' ankin's Compound
Bxtrftet Iluchi ane Jinipor. A few does
.nken ocenstoianly n%III greatly benefit all
:iosoe wo are allteted witlh any diseaso of the
cidney or Bladder.
Prepared only by Hunt, ROnkijl & Lamar,
iuggitt, Atlanta, and for sal by all Drug.
fists in this Count.y.
ANTIOCIH, TROVP' Co.. GA., July 4,18T9.
I am One or the unfortuiate sufferers from
ravol or disease of the ildneys. and find more
ind speedier relief from Rankin's Duclhp and
!uniper than anything I have eV& tr!d. I ek.
e,n-it so highly wero there but one bottle in
the world I would willingly give $100, or any
inount for it. I recommend iL nbove 1l other
imitlar preparations. E.T. WINN.
Messrs.' amar. Ianukin & Tamtlr* GIntlemen
kimember of mity faily whom. i feoted hnd
"Olsulption has beenl entirely Cred by the
xse of Brewer's Lung Restorer. 114 condition
vas very. nlarmln to all of us, and we (lid
)v,,ry t.hing we could tliflk' A to' Loneilt. him,
vithoutiticcess, unt it I got him a bottlo of your
buyli Jtetorer. lie began to improye after the
irnt dose and before he had taken two bottles
ivas ontirely cured, where I feared no cure was
)ossiblo and I mnost, cheer tilly recommend it to
til who have any aiffections of the lungs. Ho
.vas coughing anti spitting all the time, so in
'essatlly that it, prevented his sleeping at
Ilght. and what lit,tle sleep he got (lid not re
resh him ii the least. Ind but little appetite,
tnd nhee ho began the use of l1rewer's Lung
testorer has sicept well and his nppetitto Is very
nulich better. I have n ever seenl Anytling act
;o promptly and eiTecl,a eurc in),so short, it time.
Wishing you great, SUCCess and hoping the
ibove lny inihience many to try Brewer's
ung Retorer where tley iiecct a medteine to
;trengthen lndi restre il Litngi to a healthy
,oudition. I an very respectfuly
N11. . J. WvILDai1s8
72 Washington Av. near Vesleyan Fenale
8old by the DfYuggists of th!s coiity.
Mt r ri .
PERiY, HIOUSTON COTINTY, GA.
We have known "Swift's 8yphiltic spe-Miloe'
ested Iit hundreds of obst.inate cases of Syphilis,
dercurial alletunatisn, Scrofuln, etc. It matta
het most pr/fet tnd parmanew curc3 in crery
lugh. L. Drennard, Eli Warren,
W 1). Kilen J. W. Wim1berly,
Ju'dge co. 'ourt, J. C. Gilbert,, Drug't
F. L. Warren, of J. W. Mani.
J. w. Latiroo &Co.. Ci, T1 reastirer
Savannllith tn. Wim. D. Pierce, Sheriff,
F'l. Jaekson, 4 . U. Duncan,
Dep't UI'k Siip'r Ct. Day & Gordon,
We are acquainted with the gentlemen whose
.ignaturel*.nppea10 r to the above cortlitent ec. Thelly
tie cit.ens ni said county, of the hIghest re
iipectab)it.Y andit character. A. 5. Gi LiES,'
- . Okdinary IIouston Coe., Gni.
1 -3D. H1. (JUL LEI
Clerk Superior Cotfr t. H outston county. da,
I am pc rso'nnaliy acquticed with t,he'proprie
tors, mied mIntny of the goten teen whose sig'a
LrIes alppear to tile foretgoling 'eriicaltes. Tihey
1.0teamen of hIgh character andT standing.
A. 1t. COL.QUhTTi,
Governor of Georgia.
rl'HE SWIFT SPEUIFIC COMP'ANY, Proprietors
A tlanta, Ga.
Sold by nll Dlruggists int tis county,
all'for ai coisy of "Young Menl's Friendt."
aug 24-2 mois
HOW WATCHEiS ARE~ MA DE.
IL will he apparent to any one, who will ex
Imnine Ia Sor.:a Go.n WA TCIr, thal't asIde from
Ithe necessary thicknless for etngraving and
polishing, at large propor't.lon of thle p)reciouls
ietal tused, i5-tnceded only to siffen and ihold
Lhe engraved portions iln place, anld slIpply tle
rI cessary solidit,y andI strength. Tile sulrplus
told is actual;y neetless so far as UTrr,'TY and
Jcauty atre concerned. In JAMlE8 BOSS' P'AT
tNTi (G01LD WATICHi CASES, this WASTJI of pre
elous5 metal isoevelrcome, an a Ihe SAME s oiDITYv
AND STItsNorl pr'oduced at fran one-third to
ine-hailf of1th0 usual Cost, of solidi cases. Th'is~
pr'ocess Is of the most sImple natin-e, as fdI
ows: a plato of nirkel composit.ion mtatal,
ipecially adlaptedi to the purpose, has twvo pilaties
of SOLID) GOLD soldered one 0on ealch side. TIhe
ulhree are chen--passoc' bet,ween polished steel
reliltrs, and the result, is a strip of heavy pratedl
3ompositien, from which t,le cases, backs, cen
rles, bez.zles, &c,. are cut and shtapedI by sul~ta
1)l0 dies and( formners.-- Th'e goild In thtese cases
S Suillceonlly thIck to admlit of all itads of
ihnsintg, engraving atnd enameling; the en
fravedi eases have been ca rried untli wvotn per.
'ct13y smooth by tine andi tse without remnov
ng t he gold..
T1,111 18 TlEONLY' CASE MADE Wr'i'Wo
P'LA'T'l*t OF SOLJID 00OLD, ANI) WVAIIICA NTED
BY IPECIA L CEltTihlII'Tt.
For sal' by Cennor & tJhnndller andi C. Muller'.
\~sk for'lliustrnted Catilogute an'd' to' see wvar
'ant- melh ll-tx1'y
JUST IN STORUa,
NEW SlESD R YE AND BAlr LEY'.
A LOT OF RED) RUfSI'PROOFi'
OATS TO ARIVIE IN
A FEW D)AYS
RAGG TN(G AND TIES.
A full and1( complete stock of Family
mdt P'ldunationi Grocer'les Will alWav's
30- fotitud att myl establishmnt, atl(d
htoy Will be0 sold at prlices to sut, theO
11mes. Glive 111 a call and yout ishall bo
I). I. FL E NNII E N.
& . W. E~..A N
Dr'ugs~ ed(ichies, Toilet Goods, -etc.
TO THE CITIZENS OF VAIRYUILD:
I "AV1' established a Sale Stabe t
Winnsboro, and am prepared to
soll -stock stock on very accommodat
ig terins either for cash or on time
ui.il next fail for negotiable paper.
Persons wishing to buy or swap will
do well to call on me before purchas
fW Il also pay the highest cash price
Street, located one door south of tlhe
JtrST- RECTdIVED a fresh supply
of Choice Groeeries. The follow
ing is a list of my leading articles:
Clark's Best Augusta rlour,
Clark's Bolted Meal and Pearl Grist.
Also, a Fresh lot of Wheat Bran.
Granulated, Sthidard A, Roy
stono A, Extra C, and, all the lower
Groow nrd: RIoasted--.aUrgiades
Fresh Canned Goods of all kinds,
Fresh Pickles and Sauces.
I500 Gallons Winis and Liquors
Give me a call and get a Bargain.
W.- 1 DONLY,
aug 17 On the Corner.
Coi'ner Stor's I
ALL Summer Goods marked do'wn -at
J. Md. B3EATY & 000's.
ALT, Cotton Goodls rodned id price at
J. Md. B3EATY & CO.'s
BOrTTOM prices on Clothing and Straw
HJats at the COJtNER STORE.
AN Elegant Steck of CorPetR just
cived. Somethxing uiice. Call end
LADIES wau'tingf. Shoces will please re..
member Zeigler Bros'. fine Shoes at J. M.
Until yott have' seen otwrs. Tihe
famous WVEBSTER, beautifully paint
ed, strong, durable. Don't forget the
is- the BEST TilING ON WHIEETs'
U. (4. DESPOR TEs,
Wlnnsboro, S. C.
:is. DEOPORTES & ('JO.,
Ridgeway, 8. C.
THlE SOUTH CAROLINA- COLLEGE
AGICULTUJiEi AND MECIIANiCS
VVILL~ be opened for the instruction~
of the young' men of the State, on the 5th
OCTOBER, int the burildings of thme old
South Carolhna College, with the- follow.,
ing Faculty, viz.:
WM. POfiCHEf'. MILES, LL.1...
President and Professor of English Litor.
JAM~'ES WOODROW, Pu. D., D. D.,
Professor of Geologyg Minoralogy, Botany
Profcksor of Mathematics arnd Natural
W*ILLIAM BURNEY, Pu. D.,
Professor of'Anhlytical and Agrieultural
Chemistry~ and Experimental
TifUITIOI4 INEE TO ALL. Room renft
for the year-$10. Fof:fu1rther infermnation
apply to the Secreta, at Columbia, S. 0.
By order of 'the faiou
Colubia ~. it~eqrotary of Faculty.
lumia,S. .,Auguist 13, 1880''
PEA CE INiiTITUTE,
FoIt YOUNd J,Anys'
R A L I Q , . C.
REV. R. BURWELJr L,
JOHN B.- B3URWELL, j.Principa.
TIlE next seSsion commences
on Wednesday, the 1st Septom-.
No institution offers superior
advantages for instruction in
all branches usual ty talupht by first-elAss
seminaries for young lad us,
Advantage,, for instruetion Ii' music
(vocal and instrumental) and Modern
TIme only Inxstitution in the South har
ing in sucessfol operation a fully equ.p]
pod1 school for 'inlstrtt.otion in t je t e
and p)ractica o cookin -h. -ry
For circuIAy ndi caJ ' 'adilouI:
THE. PREA 4RCAE
iS low being filled-iup with hoe of the finest'stocks of- Dry-G66ds, No.
tions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Glassware and Orockeryi.iVTinwaire,
Woodenware,,Willowware: etc., etc., oe., over brought to the upper part
of the Statei,every department being rplote.
I ai preparing for a campaign -which. the people of SouthOrolina have
not witnessed since the days of Washingtoni
READ, REiLEOT, GO TO MIMNAUG'8-AND BUY.J
5,000 Yards Standard Prints at 5 centa..
. 4,000 Yards Standard Prints at 6- cents.
2,000 Yards Standard Prints at 7 cents.
Your Special Attention.
1,003 Unlaundried Shirts at, 25 cents.
8,000 UnlaunIriod Shirts at-75, 85 and $1.00
ileans, Ju. -ns, Jeans,.
Slightly damaged by wator,.at half-pricev
20-Piecos at 10 cents, worth 16&
20 Pieces at 15 cents, w6rth 2U.
25 Pieces at 20, 25 and 30, worth 40.
10'Bilbs Domestic Goods t' arriie, at Factory PriC3s, which I wil
quote later. The Great Sensation uf tho Day.
Five Cent Counter.
Hundreds of, useful articles worth 20 end 25 cents, at 5'cents, Come
and see for yourself,.and-y.ou will find it just as I. toll you.
3:ress Goods3rDress Goods.
Just received direct from the mannfacturer,- 20 pieces Black Cr shnod
t 35, 40, 60, 75, 90c., $L1) ind $1.25. Ever3 thing new and stylish in
Dress Good frOm 71-c. up.- See and investigate.
To the wholesale trado I will send-auy goods in my stock-at TEN PEIt
CENT. OVER COST.
THE LEADER EVEif I
.MI M N AI ,
AT COST FOR THIRTx DAYs,
13ROKEN lots Gents' Cloth Top Imitation Button Hand Sevd I -RINCE ATLI i TS
J3roken -lots Gents' Cloth Top Button Hand Sowed P'rin~ce Alberts.
Bfroken lots Gents'.Enamelca Lace Hand Sowedl Prince Alberts.
Broken lots Gents' Calf"1Ties, to close at St.25~.
Broken lots Ladies' Newport Tlies, at 90c, $1, $1.25, $1.6~0.
Broken lot Ch'ildron 'i S.ippers, to close, at 50c.
Brokeni fot Children's Sandals for $I. reduced from $l...
.Buttercup Piques reduced from 12ec. to 8 c.
White Figured and and Striped Piques r.cduced from 25 to 10c.
White (Brocnde) Piq.nes reduced Iron- 30 to 20c.
TWENT'IY FIECGES FIQGURED LA WNS A T FI'E iENTS.
' Broken lots Laee Gloves at cost. Recmaindler of Straw Hats will be sold without ref4
ence to cost or value, to make.room for our large stock of Fall merchandise.
WE HAVE JUST ItECEI1VEB 300 Corsets, "Superb," at 50c., worth 75.
aOligS . tbMHtN$lS,
aifgviCoLUIM LIlA, s. C.
GRAT RED UCTIOR IN DRESS GOODS AKD NOTIOES1i%y
ORDER TO MAKE iROOM FOR FALL STOCOK..
fN order to make room for our Fall Stoce, we offer the remainder'a:ono~
ISpring and Summer Goods at COST to ClASH BUYERS.
Perthshire Lawns at 7Q .:ents.
Pacific Lawns at .12 ceoits. -
Lace iiun tings at 22k cents.
Linen Suitings of different gi'ndcs. p,
Dress Goods of various styles and pricos:- '
Cypress Cloths at 174 cents. ,
White Piques,-all pi-ices,
Centennial Stripes from 7j conts ip;
A Lot of Edgings from 24 cents np
A Lot of Rlibbons:.to be sold for what they wvill bring, as we desiro' to'
close out this part of our stock.
Best Unlaundried Shir'e in the World at 874 cents each.
Another grade at 72} cents, and all othey goods in propor'tion.
R?ememnber the ab~ove p)rices are for cask on the spot. They will no b0
charged-to- any one without an advance. No exceptions made.
Jill 1DD 0 OO.
THE DAVIS VTERTICAI FEED
U HAIL LENGN,, IHE - WOELD TO 1'RO UGy-E $!I EQ UAL L
gif One thousaand dlollrs reward( omfl( oaypiRo htWl oa
Srn of work, andl do It as we(ll, on' o any rne ta as do ) as1 i'a
l)"AVIS VERTICA L FElcD Sliyal\ other(I inahe a A.as cncii doo
lie contest wvill be made wiitIi an ie de MAnocoINIC."e Aorroaen edo
reward, within a reasonable Li io afterwvi'iri to e~II is reveive-nan
.]. AVJS l WING MACIIE (CO.,'
A ther large lot of the above Maclhines and the Inmproved Weed ,Just reC
OC.. J. 0. 110AO, A gent.
bhitnand Colored Piques,'Dress Goods in variety, Illusion, Silks,-Satins;
elbbts, Cosetsan loes ot 1B,1 .Hosiery, Lace Bonnets, Ruiehing
3etu nd r a drstclas Drllars, Fhus, Ties and everything eonorall -
bndt iota fatcals Ty Oood s, ancy Goods and Millinery ]st.ablish'
nen. Yu ca g0 all"T .o~-~t easonabiy as satn go.ods ean. ? hooisidel~j