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IN 8AEWhND RERALD.
WINNSBO)o, S. C.
TfUIDAY, October 7, : : 18g0.
It. M.RAl X8 D.A VXS. Ets1*on.
-&NO. S. ftE7l.:.rD8,>s ASSOCrATH EIORvo.
THE1 1ArocIt A T70 TICKET.
W rYNIit.,n Sco-rT II. NeOCJC.
J. D). KJ.:xNir.
J. C. Corr.
For Secretary of State.
Liioy 1'. YOUMANS.
For Stiporintendent of Edutation.
Ilulii S. Tuiomi>SON.
For Adjit mittd ImApector-Gniera1.
AnTinjit M. MANIGAULT.
For State Treamirer.
dollN PE.TER JRICir1ARDSON.
For Congros--For(h District.
JohiN 1. EvINs.
. For Soliietor-Sixth Circult.
T, C. GsToN.
A. S. WVALLACIRe MADE, ONN' OP 111S
old-time specehes in York the other
day. They say he is goig to pay a
visit to Fairfichl.
AI-On. vovl) 1WEDNJsn.\y 1on
State onflcors and the Legislhttir e. Ro
Rejpublicani ticket was in the field, and
the contest. 1ay het ween Colquitt anid
Norwood for tle (Governitorship. Col
quiLt has served otet termi ih-ady. At
the recent State Convention Ie ttoe
within ia Few votes of receivintg two
thirds, bit tite convention fiiled to
manke a noiination and( adjoutrnle. A
resolution recoinmending the Demo
crats of Georgia to vote fri Colpqiii
passed by a heavy majority. Subse
(luelitly i comimit tee of n11ie re'preseit
inog the minoity nominated ex-Senitior'
Norwood For (overnor, a( ho accep(
ed the noninautioI. 'l'le light hits
been bitter inl the extremeiti. Ch a rge
after charge. his been hurled against.
Cohiltitt, but lie ap1 peatrs to have snc
cessf'ully vindieated hitimelf'. A tiw
days betibre the election Colqui t. Ia
pers claimed a man1jority of for'lty ho
rand fior him. It will howy be seeni
I'hethcr the- are Irue propilets.
INDIANA, Olto, loll'A AND WiS
Virginia vote on Tiesdyit next, tle
12th instamt. All interest centres on 1
.Indinai, with some anixiety' as to
Ohio. Botl parties have choseti Inl
diana as the baltie-tivld, and eath
claims the St ate by' about ten thlousatnd
mnajorIty'. i'The Gr'eeniback vote is the
uniknownt t'hetor', anid Weaver is mov~
ing heaven alnd earthI aga in st. lie
Dlemaocrats.. We hope) thait 1Indianati
wvill delareii' f'or' llncock, as8 such1 a
course will about, pu1t a finuishting touch
to the camllpaigni. Without idiana
either par'ty would Iiid it extriemnelv
dillictult to umko a Ight in Nov'embet'.
A~s yet the odds iln bettjing are' ini favor
(of Ilancock and the IDeinlo(ralt . 'IThe
RUepublicans are' wor'king like b)~eves,
and their millionaires are shiellitng ont
cr'isp greenbacks in great abudulanc'e.
It is at sad commtlentary~ oin 0our condi
1101n that the govermIinent otf the Unmited
States is practically let- ont to thle high
est bidder. In receivinig the returns;
of Indiana, one thing shonld be re
melmbeed. lIn 1876 it went D)emo
cr'atic by live thousanid. in 1878 tihe
D)emocratic plurality wasi1 fifteen thotn
'3md)(. This y'ear the D entocra:ts will bea
saitisfied wiithi a much smller' lm-ali..
ty. Bunt as the pre'ss algents inl lindlia
aroelilely Reopublicans, it is highly
probable that they will compare this
year's r'eturnis with those for' 1878,
inisteadl of those for .1876, and will
thuts claim R~epublicani gins. T(helir
repor0lt should be tatken with a con
sider'able gri'n of01 allowvance.
Again, in Ohio, the Democorats r'e
listicted tihe State in 1878 and1( gauined
sever'al C2ongr'essmnen. A Repulblican
Legishaturte' hast reC-enacted the old
gerriymnand~erinig bill, and expect in
this way to gain Congiresstmen. 'Their
gaiti will be apparcnt only3, iand Demo
crats Innst. not bo dleceived1 by tihe re
ports as they were for a whole day int
1876 atbout Indiana.
Our County Ticket.
The County )emnocr'ati tic Iket is
now~ i thle field, and the (lut y of' all
D~emocrats is to ratlly' solidly~ andi( en
thntsinst ically to its stlppiort.
Foir Senator we have Capt. I1. A.
Gahillard, whio, duin itg two terms in
the lionse, woii goldein opinions from
his fellow-memiber's and gave satisthe
tion to a large malijority of' his con
First onl the list of 11epre'sentltives
Is Mr'. Johnt W. Ly'les, wh'lo chuims to
reCpresent specially the farmer's and
wvorkingmenm, but wh'io we feel assured
will secoto the interests of his whole
,constituoincy. Mi'. Ly3les has iwas
worked carniestly for the party, mand
the veriy finttering vote he received
shio uthat his efforts havey been ap
Maj. C4har'les E. Thomas comes inex I.
ie Is iMajor otf the Faarfield .llattalioin,
and has tfor several yeatrs 'bccn prlesi
donit of' the Rlidgeway Club. ie, too,
will be an) active and1( vigIhmnt Repri'e
'. G. IT. Mc~iaster' Is widelv
kniowni as a successFnl man ot' business
and a pubhlic spiited citizen. JIco
full of' vim, anud Will mnake lihn
he slweriff's ofilen w~ill le nvetl fille
by Mr. John D.,IcCaf" w0ho Is- e.
warded (or his long and active cam
P111igl. flo is a rattling canvasser and
will mak6'a capital cOlcial.
Capt. t i. 1)oyles will remIahI inl
'hoe oflice;efjtige of probato ,which. ho
has:po w6ll filled for th1d past tvo
years. ie received the highest vote
of all of the caldida(tes w'ho ral.
Dr. John loyd will presido over
Itho interests of the schools for another
terii. lie has thorongIly acquaiited
himself with the dities of his oflice,
and Canl be still 11mre useful next tinme.
The three Couity cointnissioners are
MUessrs. Duke, Ilitnant and I fnernv.
It may well be called a shot up ticket,
all three having boon1 tIlilied during
the war. Messrs. llinnniit and Harvey
have experience inl the office. Ar.
Duke brings souid practical sense to
his work, and will sooi nimster the
routine work. These gontlein will
make a safe board.
Mr'. George S. Hlinnnt, is reniomi
iled for coroner, a position lie has
held for foiur years. lie also is a onc
armed Confederate soldier.
This is a repre-seeIntive iicket, and
all Diemocrats Call support it. Now
that the stalindard bearers a1re chosen
let the parly get il trii to lleet ill
comners. Not quite i m11oth remains,
and much I Ituust be done in that time.
Let us "rally round the flag." -
4111 - 01 -R E .1 . UC J IDI S.
Senthing Arrnignnent of Genteral Wave-r
by I Ito Assistnit Secretsiry or his Nat lonal
Co mmlitIt.e --FacMt stud Figiures to Provo
We print i .1lrious letr ( rom Mlr.
Luin, one of* (lie secrlarics ol' the N.
tianal G rceenbacnk Labor Coninni ttte,
to Mr. 31rti'eh, to chairini a of tlint
Coi nitiice. M1r. Lmn, not to put 1too
file i point1 onl it, iisri'is that General
Weaver, ihe Ceel back can tlidate or
tle Pesidenlcy, is- no Iore tian the
hired ageit of th11e Republican Nation
aIl Coimnit(tle; tlat e has received
molley From tie lepublicanms anild is
prosecut ilg his so-called camnass under'
their dirmections and for their beni11.
.1to tidds fhint tho treasurer of tle
Gr'eeimnhark Coutinit tee is in ilit-illte
political relailin with thle Secrolarp) of'
lte epuliblican ia(ional CoinnittIce
l1( withi $'entIor' Jontert-, of' Nevada;
Iha Gld (eneral Weaver has had1 hlis cam11
paignl expenses paid by the liepuibli
can col ile; that lie, -\It. Lunti, hts
teleramsfromihe liepublicanl coml
mli te e show i ng t hese and other acts
and tha it tile liepublicansq have (n1joled
Weider witi a prollmlise o1 unldeistanid
iil-n tha1t inl caie fihe October' (leeltions
shonld 'o h1eavilyv .1 Diinc'atiC tlher'
will withch'aw. thle)lepuiblicanl electo '
il liekets inl West 'irgiiai, Missouri,
Tl'exis 1t 1 Alis Aissippi in his fivor,
wilt Ihe oblje'. of* I irowilg' ie elhi
tionl io lte limnse, where Ihey, pro0
pose, says Alr.. Iuiln, to slpport W'en
vrI id its de'tis'al. Genueral llnie(ook.
lni shorIa hle assrls that GeIneral
Wat l o hle ldnieublis tor' what
mighit be enlled a r'einotelv ''oinliimrent
chanlce of' gettina- their lu'pl for' htim'seit'.
Fiinnally, 3ir. Lum iadds thadt iit lIis
si at elinent is contrai'dicted heI will pro
It is a1 .ommifon) saing thatt all is foir'
in love, wari andmo polilie.s. But in (his
case I his expo1(sure mu iist , we supposnne,
hie reckonedlinsti~t as9 hinr as tile coali
I ion 1t exposes. (Onri aidvice to the
rean Gr teenbackers is to dirop* Genei'al
ci:.'e and vote fo onei (or001 the aothei'
ot ie regutlar canmd idates. I' *Weavei'
hats a bartigain w it th(le .1 epuic anls
they arle v'eiraitl to Iir'st use lim itiiln
ten fling im'ii asidle. TJhey enintlot
allbrdito ( hlp him l aywhier'e 'herie he
htas a chante to win.
110w' TIll-i(:ii.:1:NnACK CASIPATON IS M.AN
Th'ie folilowing is thie let Icir, copies of
w~hich lave been~ sent to thle chirimant
111nd othe lii illheirs of' all the G reenibaek
Staite commiiittees thrioiuhot the couni
][iQhus. NA T. Coar. or 'rm.:
NA T. C t.:1.:Iuci L.\ no(u PA1urr'y
90)t3 l.:N;NsY t.YANIA AVl.:N' I
WAsna~i'TON, 1). (., Sept.. 29t, 1880.)
aMAN Nrr'ioNA 1. Coststr:mri.:.: Gui.:Nx
n.\CK I4Ano(11 l'AiI':--.
1-:. a Sint.-~Thle ear'ly eleetion iln
31lnine anmIllhe necessity of at t eninoi
0o your1 ownm .'eanvatss has !lir~eenle
yout fromii hanving lwrsol1 k'now ledge
conpaiigni has beei nmnaged ill your1
ailvenee(~. Idel(sire to lav bleforie you!
and1( before thie National'Colmmittee, to
ter', solne Itiets whlich it Is aliike my
dutty to) reCport( and1 yOtirs to l ake cog
inizanle of. 1 rtobably' nothing I ni
say ~will surpr~iise ous d1i'ectly o'r
ihetly many1 oft thoise thels 'hiave
cmtoyouri kniowledge witin thie
.('liat I may1 be~ unider'stood, I (is
tilteell~ mnake (ihe c'harig'e t1ha t he Gr'eein.
ed, is ii mn1ub1t1 in th Ii le intertest. (of
(lie Rlelmlitca n iiuatiy and( Genier'a
Tn'iE iiulT.:PmiCAN CA~rr'AmN; FUND.
suibsttiant ed inl ever~y detanil, and I
hehje'e that. mny dumty to thme National
Commniittee 1'e~juires thmat the facts
shmold bie hido befoire themir.
3 on willI remtember thait on the 6ith
of Juily theire w'as a meeling of a por'
tioni of (lie Ntat ional1 Exec(ut ive Coml..
Inuttee at thie St. .James I lotel, Newv
Y ork. rTher'e wiere pr'esemit on (liat
occas11ion, besides our tselv'es, Gienl
GenerCIah Weaver', Leo0 a1Cr'andall, Ed-.
wa amiI)nels, and Gehorge Jones. Wre
wer'e also assisted withI the adlvi'e and
Nevada. At t hiat mieet ing Gehinra
u enmveri siuggerst edthe.1 1 nam of' G eorge'
0. .Jones, of Newv York, f'or thie flnan,
ei age'i of at'Iho Nat ionial ('onnni ttee'
Io raise Iuinds tiJ ( (thcmpaign. Nothi
lmg wvm as (m at that timte as to thle
met01hods to be p~miursed be' 31r., Jlones,
'ihlat wasl left to his dise.ti on andl has
onlyv subh&'nenmt ly ienme knlown'.
Sinmce that mieet ing yon ii'o it h
driawn youlft 'A'om tile mnaiugemci
at' the camaign~t~ti.
im ~ediately follow'ini~ s 1pp)oint
h)0 comnmumicated to Sentor' Jones
andi' to ex-Seinitor' D')rsov, 5eretary~ oft
the, Repnhhlian Naitlonal Coiittc,
.i1liis was done, but how umucoh mioniey
was iraisedl no one will prmobbly eveir
k;now tramzn Mir. Jlote., hitt it is' pos.si
siblo fi-on'othor Sources to state solic
where near the stum he has expended
fi the national canlvass. When Geni
eral WPAver returnied from Arknsas
A took j'bcasion to romolstrA I ith
Ilk on. 11ls maitter, stating th 'I ind
ben iti1raned by a membe of mr
Execttiv Comittee that
FEOudit1O. JONES HAD MECEIVEb $f, 0
fromi the itopublican camnpaign funid.
General Weaver replied thailt it na)1do
no difl'reince low Iliuch ha1d been re
ceIved, for his tour in Alabanma and
Arkansas would hiv been simply, iin
posible without the ahld Mr[i. Jones ex,
tenlded to him. l Trither-stated thait
in Alabnai he had receivellJ~Qil' Mr.
Jo11es between $900 anld $1'000, aid
several hundred whilo-in Arctansas.
General Weaver loft that day for
Maine, and was accompanied from
New York to Boston by Mr.. Jones.
On that trip it was arranged that Gen
c1111 Weaver should denioiico fusiotn
ill MIaine on overy aviilablo occasion
and( take 81101) 111easures as;. in his judg
mont, would be most conduciv- to
ward Creating disaflet Ion betweeni the
allied fiores of Grconibackors and
Democrats. This agreement I heard
i Now York before General Weaver
had made a single slatolient to that
effect il Maino. ilow velll he tried to
ultfil lis coIrlet you know. Every
despitcl or circlar elli' (imalatigii f 1om
tese hevadquiIarters 1r froi Genoral
Weaver hams beenl drawl to injuro the
Deinocriecy alonle. Ills despatch to
Generial Phaisted, to Solon Chase, aid
his more recent circular letter con
founding Senator ]jayard with tle
Democratic party are cases in point,
and f are corroborltivo evidences of the
iruth of this statement.
In Imly Capacity asq secretarvI have
been 11der tie necessity of'visitilig
Now York to se Governor Jewell and
Assistait ecre(ary Jlooker, the first
time in responso to a written r,equest
fiOn mMarsnhall Jewell, which I still
hold. On ono of' these occasions, it
(overnor Jeivell's urgent request, I
Visited (eneria Chester A. Arllur at
his rooms at the Fifth Avemtie Hotel,
tle ibject of' discusi1011 being the
111't of, a G ree1n1back caipaigni it New
\ork and elsewher on the li'publi
can party; my object being to discour
11ago the exJ) penditIlre of their ImIonIev ill
that direction. At one of these inter
views Governior Jeo ell deiied having
pai10 to M'. Jones ainy such 811111 as I
had statted, an1d Said that Mr. Dorsey
BAlD OLY GIVEX IM $1,500
and that thoe rest probably camne from
(iencral Arthirii for Stiito purposos.
As Genleral Weav%-cr had had att thatt
time fiilly that aiount fiom M r. Jones,
upon his own idmisision, the fact that
morei hiad beeni obtailled is obvious to
any who have visited the Sumpllj)tuiols
imrlois occpied by the New York
Shtt GrI'eenback Comimittee Air head
umirters at. the Abelliarle I lotel, New
Tlese icts have coie to miy knowl
edge little by little. The 1intinr11l dc
sire to protect oum party from scandal,
and (ot, See at culise wo Jo10 sacrilleed
throullg the treacherv 01 a few. has1 inl
du1iced me to iellain silent heretofore.
lit ilow taIt it is becoil.1io In 1 maltter
()f genvieral sus'picOnl, anld~ G'eneral
WelINer's cotu)se hIlas enlled forth he
prote6st ()I such honlored leaders8 as
Judgei Inges, o Pensy.%lvaia, anld
others, I tiuk both for liy own akte
as we('11,C4ll you ireptaItion and file inl
fvgr'ity\ ol' the patly, the truth should
be0 known. Whlen our1 paritY vlbcomeis ai
portlion of the maierv 0''nIcessary' to
elect- menl to the l'residency' who (3on
I empltuonsly re0ferre1'd to ius in the (1is
('uSSji oin I li Wlieave re(sohlutions1 in
(Coigriees l's 'the spa1w11 of au dyini'.
part'y,"'and1( whloc(alled upon0 hils pariit)
asiate~ji(s ((o mieet thle "'beas,'' thel
larbe~aance ceases to he a vir'tue.
IM ieh m~ore0 when 1 am1) com1pe~lled to
sit by and see schemes centered( inito andu
bar'gaints made(1 for' thle returni of Re
puliicanI membersW' 01' Congress over
Whatmm I haive si at ed has1 comle ent.11rely
un~der' my1 own dobservationi. Further~i.
I have ill lmy posseSsionl letter's and1(
t e'legrIns II1 from t lhe Tl'-pblhcan Naltion
al C'ommuittee heaidquarters shkowing
sOL.ICTUDE FORi THE (IREENDXACK MOVE
atind wr'ittenl proof' of their appr'oprila
Lion of tuni~ds to enicouraglo' Gre'enback
General Weaver's plant of the cam
lpaign was formiied bentwei' his nomlina
tion0. llis ambihit ion has been to throw
the election into thie 1llouse. Last
3May, when~i realsoning with him on the
imprllobaibility of sulccOss in that case
he salid lie was conlidenit thatit it coul
be briought a~bout thrioutgh ani allian~ce
with the~ llepublicanis, who hohil nine
lecen States iwt(ongress. AtI thio- time
I lauighied at. the idlea Of .Itepuiblicani
sy i npa hyi . but the prlogress of' t~he Camii
paIign!1 hasi <lemons81ftratd that everyv
miove madl~e byV 0our standalfrd bearer0I
h1as been to wiin thie conlfidenlce of the
Iepubllican~ patrty. Iln case the Ocjo
ber elect ion should go heavily Demo
eratic, General 'Weaver's friends are
hopelul of' inin~~ilg the liCJpublicans
to1 withidrawy their elector'al tickets in
West Viirginia, Missouri, Texas and1(
Mississippi, and(, ~'ipas, securei
thriouigh their supp1jort eIotu'h votes to
ena~ble thie election to be tin-ownl into
lin spite of manny of these startling
f'acs 1Ilhoped on,~ It'usting that VWeaver
woldI~ visit lepuiblicani States, inl re
Spnlse to ur Igent re0(llests. Michigan,
l'ennisylvaman, Kansasii, Ohio and1( other'
Slates have begged for him, but1.no1, lie
lhis only v'isited those Sf3ates wher'e, in
aciordanc(e w ith 111e terms of' thle har
gain bet ween1 th lie eplublicans and( tile
"'spawnVI of thie dlyinig palrty ," the D~e
muocraicy conld hbe injutred. H~e hlas
been1 conistanltly inl the fld since0 thle
2thi of July. Jhas he visited a State
where hisl presence or words were not
esp0c1ially designed to) injur' thle Do
Most'of' thse facts have r'eontly
come 10 your knowledge. .1 can r'eadi
hy underC1'stanld why you should washI
your' Jiands of' ti wholeo businiess and(
withdraw1I~t youriselfI. D)rawnI in to the
scheme by degrees 1 8am now briought to
1tle point when ini honor' to mylself' anid
to thet ('onnntittee am11 compthelledl to
withdlraw. Sick and1( disgusted wvith
I lhe t reachlery~ of our leader's, knov, ing
tromn personmal knowvledhge amid corries
l)ondenmce that sev'eral of ourh State 01r
guzatlins-not ably Indiana an New ci
\York---are ilmnaged ill the inlterests of
the Ilepubhlican party, algainst whIose
robber' legIslation we or'ganiz/ed, and
the faict that the mn wthmo essauy to
lead 0111 parlty toaV
AuEl DU;PEDm AND) MADE TIlE TOOI.8
of' crafty and schieming tieerea
remders my~ connlect ion with tile COm
mitt 1ee, ats at plresenit managed, 110
F'or thie me)Cinbers of' the National
Exeti vo C~ommlit toe, ill 'WriirlIt
1 enlter1tain 110 of hm. teelin -n li~
of good wil. Tie. are stiplv carry
1114 out a policy dictate(l by Genera
Weaver aindare borne along in a cur
rent ea inst which they -iay think I
La) too truIggle. With thein
f 10 t)o btroversy at pTsoit.
, ve Aot t olhod tpon the reinlion
stig bween Genteral Weaver'
41 s0i a,, 'rb6nimitnl Republical
ofilcials in Vashington-ln the Pos
Oce and Treasury departments--noi
do I desire to unless oflort is made oi
their part to impeach tills statetwit
In that ease tho facts could be spreat
before the National Committee. Ver3
trutlv yhurs, DYERa D. Limr,
Assistant Secretary National Commit
teo Greeubauk4abor party.
-Commodore Vanderbilt's widom
Is said to have nill incone of ovei
-A London druggist line this cheer
ful invilationt ill his shop window
"Coie in and get twelve eetics foi
-Mr. Wm. E. Dodge is about t<
build a pioture gallery Radjoining hit
residence in New York, at' an expoest
-Tho engagement of Secretar1
Evarts'daughter, Miss Alin il Evarts
to Mr. Tweed, one of her fither's law
partners, is illnoutnced.
-Some o.f the visitors to Boston say
they liked the 'celebration, but wer(
pain fly surprised to find themselvei
served at the resturants with semi
-SCphCln B. Packard, the Americar
Consul at Liverpool, occupies a rentet
11011 0 In the suburbs and lives quietly
The offico is worth now only aboui
oiiht, thousand dollars a year.
--Colonel Bob Ingersoll, in closiq
a lecture in Chicago last-Sunday, said
"I have mado ut my mind that'if therc
is ia God lie will be merciful to t14
mi-ercifuil. Upon that I stanld.."
-Jolm1 1,Lay ontered I Texas saloor
and said: "'Every politicill Is not t
statesman." Deinnis Moore, the towr
constable, regarded this stateincut ia
a personal r1lection, and shot Lay or
-A goat society is tie latest Entlisl
hobby. An Earle is the ProsTeint,
an11d ccry poor 1111111, according to thc
1pn'ogillme, is to hiave a goa. The
bill-postcrs inl that vicinit v have (tit
- An Iow a man was enthusitisticallv
telling about the enormous snake lhai
has bece captured in that State, and
when he got through the waiter inno.
centlv asked: . "Sir, is he rights aIi
--Serwood, a valutable estato of 725
afces, Iea'r lilhamptoli, Va., has been
sold to INMr. Jones, of Surry countv
ter i' 8,004. A few days beflorc ('ic
hlie war the late ('eorgo Brooker, tic
owner, refused $7.5,000- for Sherwood,
-.,fr. Albert Spencer, of New York,
on his recent trip to E'urope, bought
t wenty-six paintings which cost $110,
000. Ie has ordered of Goromo "The
Snake Charmer,'' for which lie is tc
pay P-15,000. Atuiong" his purchlanEe
are ciglt, Diazes, two or three Corots
a Troyoi and a Meissonier.
-Dr. Jeremialh Spofford, an old
Masachusetts editor, died at Grove
111a)(, inl that State, recentily. 110 was
Vor mn1111y years editor and oie of the
ploprietors of the laverhill (Mass.
(Thzce//c, having associated withI hin
Johni 0-. Wittiier. lUn surrentdered1
thte editorial chair to Erastus Brooks
but. resumedc~ it in1 18410.
--Althoutgh mianiy parltties alre en
deavoring to push other similar reme
dlies inito tile miarket by3 spicy adver
tisemnts,. Dr. Dull's Cough Syrut
takes thie leadt and the druggists ar<
slhtg more than ever before. Price
20 centts. *
LUDD)EN & BATES'
THEI MUI~C HOUSE OF TlE SOUTH
REMOVAL TO OUR
New Doiuibe. Store
-An immientse Muiie Temple])I.
Trwo large storecs, each 30 feet front~ and
four~ stories high, fronting on three streeta
and'fdl!od fromt collar to loft with musica
supplies. Nothing to compare with it ir
the Soutliernt States.
A BIG STIO1R,
A BIG ST'OCK,
A BIG TRADE
-A0 MO T'O COOE
D~urinig the ten years since our estab
lishiment, of ourY house wO have deveop1et
the music tradlo of the South to a won
derful degree, but as yet we have only be
gun. Weste, not many years ahead,
business of a million a year, and to tak'
care of this enormous trade we have pro
vided our p)tesent, mammoth warorooms
Fall trade 1880 w~ill bo Immense. Wo are
ready for It. For months our senior part
neor has been at tihe North contractin1
with Piano and Organ manufacturers foi
Instruments, Il has concluded mnoa
advantageous contracts, and the Pianos
anid Organs are "coming, coaming" 100,004
more, by every' steamer. Nen~ Styles, Nov
P'rices, Now 'lerms, New Store, New Do
SPECIAL OFFER, FALLT 1880
Cash prices with three Months credit.
Durifng mnonthms of Aug. Sept. and Oct
we will soll Pianios and Organs at Lownse
Cash Pmer.:E5, payalsle $25 Unsh on a P'i
auno or $10 Cash on an Organ, with the
balanec in three monthsa, WITHOUT INTnn.
W A T 1)0 YOU SAY TO 'rHl I FE1tI
Write, for lilustrated Catalogues ani
New Price Lists for Fall 1880, and pro
pamro to be astonished.
L~UDDIEN & BATES
Wholesale Ihino and1 Organi De'aler's
- SPE0LAL lNOTICES.
TIE LITTLER EPICINE OWC8T-fMay Aple
Liver F'ls are the most relia I Ithe world,
and entirely vegetable. Price 16 t (ort large
bo 1 ygli istajn t count.
e r . iA ,GA . ty 1, 18T9.
1d41Stoe cod ot my
hor, w th t re 6. 1 1 d oils horse
have (4t et $ And af tr te 5 1 the
Stock Feed for two weeks, I cons der' hm worth
$tO. My wife has tried It, a on her chickens,
which ware dying rapidly witA cholera, and lhe
did dot lose one after giving the irst dose.
J. if. PolmTE
Proprietor Livery Sta e.
Sold'by all Druggists in this county.
COLUMBUS, an., Aug 24 1811.
DR. J. C. tOFFETT-1-Dear Doctor-we gave
your "Teethitit" ieething Powders) to our
grandchild with the eapplest results. The
e ffects were almiost magical and edrlainly mdre
satisfactory thai/rom anything e over umea.
Yours very truly
JOEP1 S. KEYi.
Pastor of St. Paul Ohurb.
AUGUSTA GA., Feb. 0, 1874.
I take pleasure in baying tit.I have used Dr.
iloffett's TEE'rHINA for my infant with entire
[latisfaction, It fully and pleasantly accom
plishes the purposes for which it Is recounmend,
cd- OHAS R. STAPLE$.
DO YOU WANT HEALTH?
Why will ye die? Death, or what is worse
Is the Laovitable resu!t-of Continuo: suspenslog
of the menstrual flow. It Is a condition which
should not be trifled with. Immediate relief
is the only safegnard against constitutional
ruin. In all cases of euppression, suspension
or other irregularity of the "courses, ' Brad
lld's-Female ieglator is the only sure reme
dy. It acts bx giving tone to the nervous con
tres Inproving tho blood and determining di
rect to the organsof menstruation. It Is a1
legit ate prescription, and the most Intelli
t ins uso it. Prepared 'by Dr. J.
Ur old, Atlanta, Ga. $1.60 per brittle. Sold
by all druggists. t
NOTASULGA, ALA., July?, ISTT.
]Bradieli's Female Regulator has been thor
oughly tested by me In a great variety of cases
and am fully convinced that it is unrivaled
for tall that crss of diseases which It claims to
cure. J. O.-BU8% M.D.
Messrs. Lamar, Rankin & Lamar' Gentlemen:
A member of my family whom i feared had
Consuumption iias been entirely cured by the (
use of Brewer's Lung Itestorer. His condition
was very alarming to all of us, and we did
every thing we could think of to teneflt lim,
Wit-hout suceess, until I got Itim a bottle of your
Lung Restorer. lie began to Improve after the
first dose and before he had taiten two bottles
was entiroly Cured. where I feared no cure was
possihlo and I tnost cheor uilly recommend it to
fill who have any liffections of the lungs. 110
was coughing and spitting all tho time, no in
cessuntly tint it prevented his sleepling at [i
night., and what little sleep he got did not re
fresh him in the least. Had but little appetite,
a'id since he began the use of Ilrewer's Lung
Restorer has slept, well and his appetita Is very
inuch better. I have never seen anything act
so promptly and effect a cure in so short it ime.
Wishing you great success and hoping the
mibovo may influence many to try Brewer's
Lung testorer whero they neet a medicine to
strengthcn and restore the Lungs to a healthy
condition. I am very res ectruly
ARMl8. H. J. WiVILLIA M,
C2 Washington Av. near Wesleyan Female
Soi1 by the Druggists of this county.
T R A 0 ]
PRI' Y, ffOUSTON COTNTY, OA.
We have known "Swift's SyphilitIc SpeAiic"'
tested in lundreds of obstinate casesof Syphilis,
Mercurial RliheumatIsin, Scrofula, etc. It made
tite most per/ect and pormanent eteres ft' every
Hugh L. Drennard, Eli Warren,
Sm i). Killen, J. W. Wimberly,
Jm'dge Co. Court, J. C. Gilbert, Drug't,
J. L. Warren, of J. W. tann,
J. W. Latirop & Co.. County Treasurer,
Savannali 0.. Wn. D. P1 crce heriff, r
Ed. ,Jackson, U. C.1 mcn
]cp'il. Cl'k'Snp'r Ct. Day & Gordon, O
Win. Ili unson,
We are acquninted with'tlh gentlemen whose
signutures appeir to the albove certificate o. Theiy Il
are citizeni osd c~inty, of the highest re
spectability and eharacte. A. S. oLE
Ordinary Iouston Co., da. i
Ciem k Superior Court. IHouston county. da,
Iamt ctrsoinlly actiniantedl wvit thO piroprie
torn, aind many of thre gentlemeun whose sga
tu~rcs appeiar 1.0 Inc foregoing certificates. They
a.io men of high character and standing.
A. II. COLQUIT.'i,
TIIICRWJFT'NPECIFI~CO PA1 Y, rpieors,
Hold biy all Druggists in this county,
all for~ a copy of "Young Men's Friend."
aug 24-2 maos
HO0W WATCHES AREG MADE.
It will be apparent to any one, who will ex
amine a Sor.in Uornn WVA Tn. that aside from
the necessary thickness for engraving and
polishing, alarge proportion of the precious
metanl usedt, is needed only to stiffen and hold
the engraved portions in place, and supply the
a essary solidity and strength. The surplus
geld1is actually needless so far as UTrrITY and
beauty are concerned. In JAhMES BOSS' PAT
ENT GOLD WATCH CA SES, tils WAsTS of pro
clousimetal is overcome, and the SAME sorirmTY
AND STntBNGTH produced at frOJa one-third to
one-half of the uisual cost of solid cases. This
process Isof tihe moat simple nature, as fol
lows: a plate of nickel composition metal,
specially adapted to the purpose, hlas two plates
of SOLID GOLD solderedi one on each side. The
three arc thlen passed between polishled steel
rollers, and tile result, is a strip of heavy liatedl
compositen, from whiich tile ca~ses, backs, con
tree, bozzics, &c,. areocut and shaped by suita
bsle dies and formers. The gold In thoeo cases
is suiliclenti3y thick to admit of all kinds of
chasing, engraving andl enameling; thle en- 1
gravedl cases have been carried until worn per.a
fectly siothl by time and us80 without remov
Ing the gold.
Till IS 8T HE ONLY CASE MADE WITH TWO
PLA T I.S 0oF SOLID GOLD, AND WVAlI1ANTED
BY SPECTA L CERTIFICATE.
For sale by Conner & Chlandler andi C. Muller.
Ask for llustrated Catalogue and to aco war'
rant. mnch 11-txly
ALL persons wvho bought stock (
from me last spring on time whose
ntsare due first October, wilj
ull a~yent will bo required.
Prilompt paymont will only enable
me,11 to accommodate themn next
CORN AND) FODDER ~
Deliver'ed at my Stable on Congiress
.Street, located one door south of thio
Ladd building. c4
ACept 23 A.WILLIFOltb.
-DR. W. E. AIiKEN, V
Drtiga, M~edleines, Ti odec
SDry4ot Shoes and
DESPORTiS a EIDMUNDS
(WRIGHT'S HIOTNLL BIwKo C8L ir 8 .)
B O A S T I NGI
T IS well known throughout Fairfield county that the old' ostablished
. house of F. ELDER & Co. is always on the square. We soll our cus
Dmers goods onco, and they come back. Why ? Because we are reliable
nd sell only goods that give satisfaction. Our
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
Of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Gents' Furnishing
foods and Notions, is complete.
Our Grocery, Crockery and Woodenware Department is fully up to the
PRICES AS LOW
; anywhere else. We invite your attention and inspection. We dan
ut the tastes of every one.
FPx ELRDEt a~ coo
THE GREAT ACADE
WI I.N.N S OR
S now being filled up with one of the finest stocks of Dry Goods, No.
tions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Glasswaro and Crockery, Tinware,
Toodenware, Willowware, etc., etc., etc., over brought to the upper part
the State, every department being replete.
I am preparing for a campaign which the people of South Carolina have
At witnessed since the days of Washington.
Pleads at the bar of public common sense, and right here we advanco
Our unfailing arguments
BLACK AND MOURNING DRESS GOODS.
Nun Cloth, English Crapes,
TIIE GR E AT VOICE, "VOX POPUL I"
Now rings out, and with no uncertain sound declaiming for
5,000 Yards Standard Prints 5 cents.
4,000 Yards Standard Prints 6+ cents.
8,000 Yards Standard Prints 7 cents.
200 Pieces Dress Goods at 8 and 10 cents.
30 Pieces Wool Flannels 12c. up to $1.00.
40 Pieces Cotton Flannel 9c. up to 22jc.
50 Pieces Kentucky yeans at 10, 15, 20, 25, 35, 40, 45 and 50e.
MIMNAU GH'S SHIRTS!I 500 Unlaundried Shirts at 25 dents, n'orthi
3 and 75 cents everywhere. JUST THINK OF IT I
YROM T HE HUB.
3 Pieces Fruit Loom at 10ic. byv the piece. 100 Pieces Standard 4--4
9c., sold everywhere at 11 and 12}c.
888 Yards Embroideries from Auction at half price-4, 6, 0, 7, 8, 10, 15,
3 and 25 cents. TO THE LARGE BUYERS SPECIAL PR1CES.
THE LEADER EVER I
John L. Mimnaugh.
The Best Ever Prodiicev.
['HE DAVIS VERTICAL FEED
SEWING~ M ACll'N .
HALLENVGES THE WORLD~ TO .PRoDvUCE ITS E'QUALz
$1,000 REWARD !
L~ O e th u a d d l as rw a fored to any person that will (10 as great.
e"1)AV.Is VERTICAL JFEEI)$ yaIN ncNJ~as as can o ne~ fonr
e comntest will be made with any -10diigt CoI)NE Aorra tlo ounor
iward, within a reasonable time aftr vrirt e plan is received
DAV~s SETWING RtACINE CO.,
Anther large lot of thme above Machines and4 the Improved Weed Just re
ie.J.'O. RoAU, Agent~
hite and Colored Piques, Dregs Goods in variety, Illusioin, Silks .Satins,
ions, Crsets ndlovs oNtions, Hosiery, -Lao Bonnets, Ruobbi g,
und in an irta lDry Goods, Fancy Good and Millinery I stab las
o whar n ge JIyou want. astoeonably.as samo gQgds 'ian bico1Sodjgbt