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* XU NW 'ANn' #JRALD.
SAT.VRtT, October 9, aa1so
r M .w4AWaM bA IF ap-nrron.'
ONeO. t S-;jrNv~~Oftt i ec Eron.
1NVM51 CO0TT Cbt
*i die9 ViNf~ids
J. C.. ColT.
B4i Seeretary of Atate.S
,R.'%Af." Sir. -
FPr Superintendent of Education.
11 UG 13'. TIoMPS0N -
FurAttjitfant and Inspector-General.
AwrTimUR M. MANIGAULT.- -
For State TreasureW..
JOHN PETEit RIIAADSOW.
. F, Conaress-ourth District.
. JOHN H. EvIrsN.
T, C. 'Gso.
A ooy Noral Picture.
Grait 'anad Conkli pg have been
brpnght Into line. At Warren, Ohio,
on Tuesday, the former presided at a
nass-maeoing and (lie latter dellvered
uimself of R; diatrlbd against the
South. They then visited Uarfliel it
his "fhapt house" at , MentOr. Thej
veracIons Je)klIus, who aCcOm1punied,
the party1, says:
General Garfleld cane out to th9
carplage side and oponed the loor tQ
welcome hile distinguished visitors oc
Cp Ag the rest carripre, who were
Grant; Conkling, Logan~ and Morton.
The eallas purely informal. MrO,
Garfeld'a id th' General's mother
united in gracofil Attentions to !tbir
guests. Genoral'Garfliold was chatty
And appariftly in the best of. spieits.
GIeheraf'Grdit ' ate' heattily of colk
chicken'aind Crult, whflb' Logan and
Conkling kept'up a flire of' pleasant
rdpartee. The siecial.traiiati Mentor
statiota was be An vaitiig andN the
call was nccessarilv brief. Betore
leaving General Garh4old-joIned4Couk
Ing, ant On 1and Loganfa at qtiet chat
and sinioko in his library, from which
they emerged a very cheerful quar
tette, iVhatever may have been tho
topil of their secret converse. - Aftes
uan flour's stay the party, fifteen in all,
was drlven back to the depot. and'' the
spectia sped on its way to Cleveland.
arriving at tenp. Xn. Generals Grant.
and Logan and Aessrs. Conkling and
Morton.regjisteredaat, th 1 ,ar
It has. boen said that Napoleon lost
thae battle of Waterloo in con~sequence
of ani attack of indigestion brought on,
,by' all iunder dlolle dlnn r. IKis to be
* hoped tLiatr 'onba Grant bai4,pklinig
good night, at half-past teni he was
experienlchng a no .-qualm about, the
epigastric region, from thaat cold
* chicken and fruit or fromu John Logana's
The Danger to the State.
.Th'e .New's and. Courier forcibly
calls attenitioma to theo lethargy Into
whaich-the-Demnocrnacy of the State are
appiarently pitmlged, anid very perti
nen~ltly remarks it' tlhe peop1)1.. cannoL
spare a dkyi'roma thecir Crops to -meot
the State canvassers, the resulti No
veniber is by no m~ean1s- asstired. It
is suicidal to assert that because the
Radivals have mnade no ndmUiatiole8
for county- oticers the Demo.
orate have 110 opj~ositionf? What more
ser'ious menace can -ther'e be thlan the
presence of a full Gaarfilid letoral.
tieket ih the field, and -a Radiciil can
didate for Congress in each district?
The Radicals ar'omni a still hunt. .Theyv
know that'fuall Stato andl county tick
ets wvould alt onice farouso t-ie D~emaoc
racy' to a pitch of' Clnthusiasmn fully
equal to that displayed -ini 1876, In,
ev'itably ensuring the defeat of, the
Garfld ticket by foraly thousand ma..
Join Bt by mhakinlg no l6eal fights
i'h.Deanoeratic counties they hope tO
blieguile enough Deanocrats into stay
lug awn~y from the p~oils in Novernber
to nlake. the mnajorit-y3 ftr tile Hancocek
ticidee insi plfiaiat., Then 'In such
* .ount9ee us" Chadesionl, Benifort,
Geoorgetownp.and ideedl in: all the
lower.teas, wher'e the"' Radicals aaio
**stlh'ogsidied, thy' wvlM make a des
pprate.rally, anad by repeating, amid all
theother.dvipsknlown - to .tihe cor
rupt- leaders, endeavor to - seouro nia
jgrities.-sudcientato Caryi two three
* COltr'essibnnis districts, and - elf her'
(Wvercome3.the H~anlcoCl.. majorities of
* thau.1up.coutry' 0or eisc maketli: count
so Al.souas to give prtex t for a- ' come
*te'stejd leloeti-on. That this is" their
l$I'ey gynedean donbt.: It Is . theirl
- .uy chenace.. Anid wh,~ the- wealthy
unlSbynpu~tone Rladioal par'tyy of. the
N~irth at thelib bhck will 'gIve ti'oule
. This insidions giecaui bi' ehe k~
* mated~onaly b'y organaizing at;. onme
eanest- antd energetic. camnpaignas in
~tad1ichl 9pgesition, ora not lb uo
- these:Rtadical Eldetoral.nad- Con~gres.
- isonal tickets, -to sa'y not~in~ags of thle
Gha~ehback nomninations,. invite' the
elrod~t.'Oislamught of -the orgapmIzed
a p9edo h Feder'al Issue, then are
* iget' Indeed dead. Consider Conk
'dIid~A4it'Ib' anda Ubawa 4 harrahg 4
ng *, a glaong the whao fl'i~line, 'and
thena 1pnginae what then South will
ipfer iftGaraold be 1Nuesident and the
4qAJlp co0;r,* tog Senate and Monse
i a, "71 1A i"V Al.
s ticat candi
for bg a I the ourt*i Distr l
6e t evet , undei- the
most favorable circutnmtanceas of toin
Ing within two or three thousand of
seutinig a mjQrIty.. But he Is put
up as a flgure-Wfead,'with the under
standlng.that if the Republicans win
the House, they. will' iunseat all the
Carolhtas not only Tillmau, O'Connor
and Richardson, but Aiken and tvins N
as well A cleair sweep will be made
of tli; whole- South, and. Cengress j
will 4gain becothe a beer garden and
A den of thleves
Th49se are no idle words.. A)ingle
break will let Iii tH6 -whole flood-tide
of Radical corritption. Let South
Oarolina stand flrnias, a rock4-lbbed
lEto 'xit W0oeLAND.--+"T I
Quick 1 OIust the deadoycs'and do what 3
vo can for us 1" Thesewere the -ldst
hotnely words over. spoken by.- Yete.
Woodland (ho assistant engineer in
eharg' of th, Iiddson river tinnel- at
the imioient of yesterday's disaster.
Words cannet be, iagined of inore
sublime moral signineange. The con- 0
djct of Peter Woodland in that dread
fll emergenoy is calculated ahunost 2
to strip it of its horrors and to lift the
sol of him whoi'dads the story into
an exaLtation of plide and gladness and
ainazeoixent at. the nobility of which
Weak humian -nature i lroved capable.
In those imniense tvo-m'ninutes be
tleenl the discovery of tthe leak and.
ed aoseries ofactions that' are worthy.'
to be recordeel aftiong the illastrious
deeds of all- agos. It goes without,
saling that they ought to procure a
lilehi competence for his bereaved
faimitily, Uo ordered his -'nion to - the
leak. TheV-heroes every one-flow
at his biddhig to the seat of danger.
Uo sa it was an unequal . struggle.- -
lie ,ordered Ahemti- intO -that forlori i
hpo, the airldo-l, - 1 stood' outfsile
the: door, passing them in. He was
bent on saving his men. -Himself lie
would not save at the expense of any
one of them. The ninth was caught
and crushed. in the closing door.
"Keep 9ol, men; keel) cool," he sain
to those who ha1d partially escaped.
le, from the jaws of'death, inst ructed
thon how to stop up the crack in the
door with their clothing- Thon lie
bade tJien tatke one step that might ,
save them-that would Instantly seal
his fate.. Heroes they. They hesitat
ed. ."Do as. I tell you,?' the command- j
er of heroes cried; "bust the- deadeves
aid do wliat you can for us I" Peter
Woodland's order was oboved. The
door oteternity closed on him. The
door of innortality opened unto him. i
-New York Telegram.
A PRINTEM's ,UR EA.-A printeyr eat'
In -his ofilce chair, his boots were patch
edhlais esat threadbare, while lia face e
looked weariy and worn with care. 0
While sadly thinking of business debt,
old 4torplens slowly round him crep t
and. before he knew It. he sonly
sleptrandyoleophik, he dieanied that
ho'was-dead, from trouble and toil hi#S
soul. -As- he wandered among the e
shades, the smoke and scot'chi of lowver
Ilades, lie shortly observedl an iron
door, 'that er&akingly hting on its
hinges-ajar, but'the etrahee 'yas clos- i
ed byai'ed lItotbaY~,and Satan hinmself'
stooll peeping out, -and watching for
travelers thereabouts, and thuis to dlie
-Taeshiug pi'intrhee- spoko, and with -
growling' voic6 the'celbo4 awoket
"Com'e'in, my deW,' it Shall cost' y'te !
nothing and n~er feat'1s the
place wl erb -I cook the'611es wh1o never~
pay thefr subscription Sums tor: though
i n-life'they escape, they will fhki'when
dead it is too hate; I will- shiof the
place where I melt them thin, with red .*
hot chains and scraps of tin, and" a-Ish
where I comb their heir head' wth
broken glass and melting lead, and-ir'
of. refreshiner they. only- think there's
boiling -wvater sibr thorm to dinly
there's the redahot grind-stone to grind i
downt his ioso, and red hot rings to
wear-on his toes, and jjf they mention
they' don't like the fIre. I'll sow up i'
tbeir mouths with ned hot- wire; and
then,, dlear, sir, yem should see them
squirm ,when I roll. thema oter and i
cook. to a turn." With . these. last
wvords theo printer a*ekephiud thought
It all a practical joke ; bn6 still at tines i
so real did seem that lhe cannot believ9 i
it was all a drenn, and oflen-hethlnks
with a chuckle and grin of the faite of'
those whlo save their tin and never pay <
KruLEn nyi TImE Cus.--William Ab.- -
hott, a young man about 21 years of
ag6,.son of Mr. James Abbott, w as run y
over and killed by the westwvard ~
bounid'train on the .Air Line t oad, on
last' Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock,
abotit two miles east of Spartainburg.
He wus-lying on the track on tihe curve
near- a deep cut, where he could not
be seent by the engineer in thne to stop ~
the train. before striking hin. The '
enierlw '~hsl and put on
the brakes an soon) as hes saw pimr, but
hie d.id nt muoveor-make any effort to y
get 6of the track'. Ilis-body was terri- o
bly in angled,. killing- him instantly.
fle was supposed to hiava been intoxi
cated, as he was sooni a short time - be- t
f'o'e neai' the game place underth. in- it
fluence of liquo!. Hlewas a printerb
trade and a good workman. He war -
od several years in the Iherald- oflleep~
but hhd been emoployedl recently in the -.
Sgxiiaran oflicoe, It'is anoth'er Instance'
cnt the terrilble consequeotices resulting
fremt stuvong drik. - It was a sad end 0
for a younig-- man with-a good trade "
annd( brikhJ p)ospects; anid ahl d be a i
wining to'iill againist the evils of in- 1t
temiperances. ' oronei ' &B. Ezell su.n- 01
mnoned M..arys:and hnld. an Inquest over ii
is bodv) d-d''rotte a verdict of nc- dl
eldenfM'. killib.- g$artahaburg 11cr. bi
"Y'bu'se. ime load this itisket with- V4
i der ud- bail,?id' a $yaish jug- t(
itydalil~E ndy * . s oni
the 1ii.i'Now," s'aid the' Jggler;. ex- T
a i hiuight iarm, "whetn I cou'nti v
t . y tha i, and Ilvll ach
Aiid ithsteh Isei~s and kood ahn
thu t ht'bilIl' pasdthrought h-Spah. bi
Wr~'siig.' i lqfvn61 ran ii1
hlhng-tii'ouhth di btA adout e1
of the hall. Tila sen d (tOtile rfo~m.. L
aice. When one of his frleitis passed d
his house the other dlay his would was
dloing well, but ho said, ''I io play h
that trick any wore."
"D E. ELKIN
t2 -to I"v8 Vt WJ. W.- LYLRS
wo Cc c .4 it%% GiH. MCMASTER
8O 8 r tl T, P. MITOlELL
S3U8 t 8# 2 t.-o,, &-4 Jig. PAGAN
- 1, CO C c~ S3 2 C. E. TaOXAs
toc so o 0 41 J. B. TURNER.
0> 1- -4 -o- 'aJ. P. Coo r
J. B. DAVIs
<D~ eta , 8A..E~s~eR
-bo o n R.-. MOMASTER
-,0 oh 4m4d0N BOYD
Ob -4 0> 4v c, 4"' o C t J-s. DOUGLASs
C* 6 1. - T . R. Bor.'U
C Cc ? 00 ODW. AIKEN
CR . R. D. BOLIcK
tco2 eo w h <= Qla 3mt J. War ,-BuowN
- o iC$I.-. W m 0 JACOB BloMAN
0' coc . 0 ca' ~ Curis. DOUaGAss
8 o0 10 00, ' 00 on. E J. G. UIERON
SioEMEE~AE&J A. HIJNNAN~iT -
0 O'0o C aof cO~ --O-oo,..,. i. T. T1. EUU~L'ix
o h a # CaEla -a- .a i M.I.Mcn
OO,,...A-h 0,,.Jw e &J. E. PowJLetr
o o E'' &|$e # D. -. RonER~O
00O -0t M 0O .NP4c00 to o Ju. .TEWART
e 8 8% V O T E O F18 ;,eOTEOF 8
-Generaln Grant, in his late letter to A M4Aff E1riNT.-The Charlotte
eneral Loaa, sceems to th~ink tho Observer of Tuesday containis a long
;od: Souti,- a very bad thing and 1long and 'th~il account of the
eo'Sbutherh p'eople a hard lot. Ini ranks of a m'a~eiophant belongih to
6' whioetieeil Grant mande a tour Itbinison's Cirbus, which arrived in
'inspection'throt 1i the Sonth, and that city on Montla iulht about eight
't Johnson'; hiciaim a not so of anger mediatol on het arrival
id of those people'. -S'orne time ago, of the tralin, arouti whleff' a* larg6
i his retuh'n fi-om" Mexico.1- tb which crowd . vas stanidinig, -and'his- Reuper,
ace he had gone to. -make'as hieem John .i ng, warned those who'wvey
hon he got'b-ck for thb Cicaen 'Cous.' gazing at theo infuiated, a'nimnal that
mition, hie'nado sp~eeches at' ia.- 1they were ini dianger. I1li're~diately
n and several othev places in' the Iafter giving this varing to* tihe b
>nith' where' ho did' hot intimiate- arn .. standers, he stepped arouhd" to the
lng but'twhat was entirety conI i-elit's head, and was in thei6'ot of
ent r:- ofit~idse' pec.f. Now 'his tufrnln flghirn aron:id, wheon tit on
tt~are all 1 tu~ded.. That rag d balst turnied aainst his -ke .
+fr tha' national'- convention. ala crushtedih against a car. TA
Aht wass whew' tfowas. - ~illig fora keeper received oAere wound in th'e
>tes' north','- sottth,- eAst' and west.I head "ntvhlch 'he'died' three hours
ow he is Working fbr leptblicaw later.- Tho i~ hW;- affeer the fatal
>plause and the nominatiott ii 1884k attiack upon la* k'eeper.. stft-tod' at a
ow one of two' things-is obliged to lirsk pace up the ralhroaltr(ac'. and
true.- Grant did not tell the. trt.Was recapture(idtih reh i cl~ty.
his-speeches through the Soth last*'h. ui.. *,V~
t'ing, or he did not write the truth t -Atho h o(
un.' But since we come to thik ,the coiiumun ty ad~d 'eofiP tie fo'
twe remember that Presicnt bylaw to-invest 25 cdi'hs-]D - i
ilinson said'that Grant did not confine Cugh Syrup. I
saself to his-prayers in all he saii'.- - . - --- -
anslu(' City Timat - 'a oruboito.
AW YS RELIABLE
T O Bo.T TNG
T 11 ivell knowrYtiroughout Fairfield county tb.at the old establusheod
house of F. ELDER & 00. is always on the square. - We sell our eus
mers goods or1oe, and they coine back.-Why.? Because we -are rhlo
u'a sell onl1fgbo'as that give satisfaebion. Our
. PtL AND WINTER STOCK
0f*D6yGoods; C1othing, Boots and SI4oes, .Hte Gents'-- Furna ing
(oods d Notions, is'-complete.
Our Grocery,.Crockery and Woodeftware Department is fully. up.to the
PRICES AS LOW
s anywhere else. We invite yonr- attention and inspection e can
it the tastes ofevery.one.
FgEL6DER : 00.
THE GREAT ARCA E
[ no* beinig filed up with one of tlio finest stocks of Dry Goods, NQ
tions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Clotbing, Glssware and Crockery, Tinwar6,
Votiaward; Willowware, ot., etc., otc., ever brought to the- upper 'part
&'tlie'State, every departinent bing replete. -
I am preparing for a caipaign Whiich 'the people of South Carolina;have-:
06t witnessed since -the days of Washington.
Pleads at the bar of public cothon sense, and right here we adv~hd
Our unfailing arguments
BLACK AND MOURNING DRESS GOODS.
Nun Cloth,' Englisl Crapes,
Mohiirs, JHenriettas, ,
TilE GREAT VOICE, "VOXPOPIU,"
Now'rings out, and with no uncertain sound decelaiming for
ML1M N AU GI H
,5,000 Yards Standard Prints 5 cents.
4,000 Yarde Standard Prints 6+ cents.
3,000 Yards Standard Prints 7 centg.
200--Pi&eos Drdss Goods at 8 and '10 cents.
80 Pieces -Wool Flannels 12c: up to $1.00.
40 Pieces Cotton Flannel 9c. up to 22to.
50 Pledes Ken tucky Jeans at 10, 15, 20, 25, 35, '40,' 45 and 56c
MIMNAUGH'S SHIRTS 1 500 Unilaundried Shir-ts at 25 cont's, bWith3
0O and 75 cents everywhero. JUST THINK OF IT 1
Y'RO1M THiE HUIBL
OPiees Fruit Loom at 194e. by the piece. 100- Piccee Staindm d*4.4
~t 9c. sold everywhereflt'il and 12jc.
6~88fYasrds Embr'dideries Yfrbm Auction at half piide--4 5, G~ 1, , 10,'If
i9ind 26 nts, TO TH LAiNGE BtilRS PECOIAL P~liQES.
John L. Mimau
bOfh ils E S TRENT.-'
[HE IDAVIS VEflTICAL FEED9
CflAZ RGEjs TH E WORLD TO .PROD UCE -ITS EQUAL t
E~ One 'i~ aid doildrae eard offeread to ny'person timbill cn - gi6p
& ran ~eof wor , d do 1i well, on an, '.other machine as-a fcan be' doigo on
the "B jVIS ICAL iED SEWV1 1G~ MACH IliE." Arrangements 'for '
hmeconteet wiU b1 made -with any onme desiring to compete fdr th o abQve 34ted
reward, within a re onable -time after-wr'itten a liec ion is ireceiv&1d
DAVIS SJW11%rGMACINE O .
Aotlior large1dt of thh~ above Machines and the Inipr-eed Weed jut l te
J. 0. B~o~w, Agent..
tdo red Piqtia D~ress Goodah in variety, -Illusion, Sik0 1
Ribbons,. Orut Gloves, Notione; H osiery, Lace Bonnets,- 1 nn
B~e, tiri'and Lace Collars, Fiehnft, Ties and'- everything. generally
[ounl In ai Ilt-clad Ikg Goods, Faioy Goods and.. Millinery stablish
mnt. You can-get'ail you want as loasonably as samxe-goods pan be'bo ht.
'fy.where.- - ~Q OG
..O1EN los GadCoth op Imittion Button Hadee b~t
Broi~e lots'Gents' ClE TopButton lknd Sowell 1'rfnbie Alberts -
*WBrote'sGents' Clnarule ace H~and(- Sewedl P'rince'Alepri
Breken'IotsLdios' N'owport li~b fleO al~l2p4z5
ken~lot' Childr~n'a 81ippo, on at e [.2&o0
Iken let Children's Sandalrg fto~ oloso t 60 $l.CO
But era p Pi fes reduced g o. todfrdnc.60
hilto g~ 1a nd an S edpc I'lques rlneed. from. 25 to .1 a .
~l@ii 4c9e frop .80 tO, 20o0
HA 4 TIREGEVED 800 0or et. "8uorb? at 60oa wot 7.
--v VXA r 1 T AICES -
d ttirle. ce i te large
o'c6s. Sold Vy *ll Druggists in caOW
MAOON, GA., -. -J 18 it180
- rhaes 6d Shoonf ld's StoO on hY
roswt est rebult 1ld one hore
turned over to me for wioe InO owner would
en and after treatin him with the
4ok Feed frtwo we UI t him worth
MO. My wit h tried, 81 rohnim dkon
lobch e dyn apil wii cholera, andl sh
do Wee one ater giving the rtdese.
Proprietor Livery Stable.
Sold byall DftIglete in this county.
COffJXSUF, on., Atug24 1817,
DRf. J. Op MOF - J o 8 Yve
rour "Teethina". thing Powders) to our
efetwere w the eapieqt~ fl1v The
St WMrgicmal and e gere
satfactor t X anthing the oi' .
zurs very ru
Pdstor of St. Paul Ohurch.
AUG MT ' A., Feb.6, 1878
I take esiin' atIhave used Dt.
Moffettn TEETHI.N xr my izkant with entire
satisfaction, It? fu and p6e6antly accom
plishes the pu'po lo whid 'As recommend
e H E. STAPL .0
of the m'alO portielbith6* American pie''45' t
rsof age suffer mpro..or lean wit' e s of
he kidneys and ba er.- -T iero a I
causes tor this, but oVorkis the o o.t U.
Nothing in the whole Materia Medief 1a so wells
calculated to invigorate and reatpre healthy
tune to thOse organs as ound
Extract of Bucbu anti Jd N.e. u';n-od
taken occasionally will greatl Aneg .
those to are afflioted with any dease fthc -a
kidney or Bladder.
Prepared only by Hunt, Rankin & Lamai-,
Drug ots, Atluant4, and for sale by all Drug
ANTIoon, TnouP Co. OA., July 4, 18TO.
I am one of the ulfortunate sufferers from
Gravel or disease of the Kidneys ahd find mored
andspeedler relief from Rankin's j 1uehu and
Juniper than anything I have ever tried. I es
teein it so hIht r there but one bottle in
the world I won wi lin ly gIve .100, or any
amount for it. I recomim d t above hi1th r
similar preparations. ' Z.T. WINN.
Mdessrs. Lamdr, Rankin & Lamar Gentlemen:
A member of y family whom - feared bad
Consumption nabeen.otirely cured by tti'
use of lUrewer's Luhd Ifea rA. His condition'
was very slarming to all of Us, and we did
every thing we could think of to %CeA him,
without succss, un1 got h in a botIVi 4
Lung Restorer. le gan to impr r dt
firet dose and before he had taken tWo bottles
was entirely curetI where I feared no cure was
possible and I tri deily recommend it to
all who have n t ctions of the lungs. He
was coughig al spitting all 1.he time, so in6
cessantly that It, rove a ' his sleeping at
nh and what little-elet 'had gt did' ntre
fr5511 him in e least. 11 d- but littltrappetite,
and since ho (tgan the use of IirevB r s Lung
Restorer line slept well anutin Wietht. is vyr
inuch'better. I havo never seen anythii '
so.psbaptly and effect A cro in so short.a i.m
Wishing you reat subcess and ho ing th
above may hllierfde many to try rewer's
Lung Restorbt where they need a medicine to
8tren thqn ftiid restore the Lungs to a healthy
ceddition. I am very reApetfuly..
MRS. E. J. WLLIAMS
7C Washington Av. near Wesleyan Female
Sold by 'the-Druggists of this countr
VERItY HOUSTON COTNTY, GA.%
We have known 8wirtq Hyphil kVtipe4Iio"
tested lundrede ofo ns i h
ub ra! Iheu'aiittlsm , made
the' iout perfect - and 'per'sAwent eterce in evpy
e eh. .Drentitird,"' Nili rei,
Wria. I41lien" J. W. .Wltberly,
. Co. Uourt, . J. . Oftibert, Drug'
J. Wrren, of J. i. na r
J. W. Lathrop & Co.- Count yreasurer,
Vavannah.Ga. Win. D: e Sherif,
are rteC0Ts a j iee1A a the g etre
sectailty and linractr A. S. O e
- Ordinary Hfouston Co.: da.
Cler k Superior Cour Houstoni couny.LE
I amn prsonally acquainted with the ir ~'f
Lrs aipa t& tit foeN artfstes hey
ajeo men of high character and standinj.
A. HI. COLQU i,
TIHE SWIFT SPECIFIO COMPN, ,opieor
uIf tdr a cop oP'oung'. hs F i
atix 24-2 mnos
HOW WAT~TlES A1lI MADE.
it will be app~i'eht to any oi'e, io'wille
amino a So:.ij06O.D WATOU.' thatt aside from']
the necessary 'thiekndedd toi engraving and
polishing, a largo proportion of the' ireeious
metal used, Is needced otnly to stiffen land hold
'the engraved portions in prIN,' and'suply'tiui
a cessary solidit-y and strength. The surplus
golis uetually needless no far as UT LITY and
beauty are coneorned. in J'Al l Sg'PAt
ENT UOLD WATCfICAh8, .this WASTS of pre
ciousibel is overcome, and th9 SAM3 soLIDITY
AND srnBsa'TH produced at from ong-third to
one-halt of the ustuaIcost of solt'd cases T/418s'
proess is of the mest sIiple nature, as fol
lower a plato of nickel composition metal,
specially adapted' to thepurpose, has two ptes
of 50 ~fOtD~ofd6ed'one'b* odchLicde', The
three are then -passed betweer'poighe~d steel
ronlors, aid Va rYesu~t is a strip'dtf heavy plated
compdsitfbn, from whioli tli6ecaes, backs, cen
tres, bezzies, &e.. arO Out and soaped by sri(4y
blo dieg and formif're. The gdlti'in~ these eases
is sufiloidritly thick to <adi~t of all Ent'ds ot'
chasing, on'gravlrng anti~ enaiing~n the on
grav~ed eases have been carried tii'tii woril 'per'
YeeNy smooth by time and Use Witboggtygog.
i'ng the gold.
TiUI8 7I Thlu OWI1 CA8Ef iA-DE'WITH TWO'
,FLATE.S of' 8 fA (0LD, A~ND WAJlluddPiD'
For' sale lMy O6Coio & Chandler anC; OIuiei'
Ask fol Illustrated Okttalogtie atti to "see'''i
rant. l73 li.fx1,
ALL p'M46ns who- bhrght stool'
from me last spiring-on -time whose
notes are duw' fIlet Octoittr "kil.
please be prepared40L6%eet the/t.'
full payment 'will' et redlirpd.
Prompt payment y#1' otify enable
me to -accommodateo thonl. net
. Delivered at my Stabuk on Conlgress
8treet, located one' deoor- south of~ the~
Urturn. MarlolnandTala (eKAAe et