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TURSDAY. AprU $4, : : 1881.
ii. 4A AF.4MDiVIM, Etniofa.
.2NG. .5. bklNOJLJ3S. AMsolOIs( HDonou1.
HiGNDREDs of uticinIioyed Opera
- ives in England. A chance firo Sout
MR. NORDHOFF says it is generally
b.lieved now that the Senatorial dead
lock is really between the Republican
ractions, and that the Democrats are
merely looking on.
Tus South Carolina Railroad will
be built to the water's edge; and the
Richmond and Danville people deny
that they'intend to obstruct the or
ganization of the road.
The Senatorial Deadlock,
The deadlock in the Senate has con
tinued during the past week. As the
daily incidents are the same, vith
slight variation, a short resu-me touch
ing upon a fiew salient points, will be
sufficient. Among the notable eyents
Was tie reading of a series of dis
patches from Louisiana by Senator
Jonas, exposing the falsity of Senator
Dawes' charges of outrages in a cer
tain parish of the State. It will be
remembered that. some weeks ago
Dawes gave a heartrending account of
how a gray-haired Old11 Massachusett s
gentleman, who had staked his all in
Mississippi, had beeii rnined, his fac
tories destroyed, hiiself compelled to
iave iron shutters upon the windows
to picvent assassination, and hundreds
of his poor operatives made homeless.
Senator George pronouiced the charge
false and slanderous, and in vain en
deavored to get the nameo of the miar
tyir. Several days ago the Boston
Traveller published a stitement that
the alleged victim was Charles Heath,
of LouisianaR, not of Mississippi, that
It was a ginhouse instead of a factory
that had been burned, and that one
colored man had been shot in the arm,
all this being a year or so ago. The
dispatches from Louisiana show that
Jieath never owned a place. Big
brother had a farm, asssessed at four
thousand dollars and mortgaged, in
all, for about twelve thousand. That
in 1869 there lad been some disturb
ances in that parish, but not since
then, that Heath's township cast a
heavy Republican majority at the last
election, that his gin was burned
down in December, but that it was
insured for four thousand dollars and
appraisedt at nineteen hundred, and
lastly, that at the instieation of the
Insurance companies the grand jury of'
the parish is taking testimony to bring
crinimial action against Heath for
buiing his own property. This
effectiall:y explodes Heath's.story.
I '~~ In the-next place, *.uhen Seniator
ButlerNas speiakinga. few days ago,
Senator Burnside, of Rhode Island,
'iacf anym man char'ge.d the Republi
canis with abargain, he said what, was
false. Senator Butler coolly replied,
'the Senator is my fiind and is ex.
cited." '"I'in not excited," ejaculated
CBurnside, furiously, pounding and
thumping his desk so vigorousi4 as to
set the chamiber' in a roar. Butler
continu~ed his speech. The next day
Bursid sttedthat he had intendedl
~t mkeo reflection on Senator Bt
eror any ohrSntr u hth
was tired of hearing the char'ges.
Senator Butler necepted1 the amende'
very graciously. Old Burnside is at
blut, honest, clever old gentleman,
withI an immense beard and not much
brainis, and is quite popular' with the
Sotenmen. It is reported that
aufter the close of' the session Senator
Butler asked an explanaition of Burn
Democratic leader in the SenateC, cans
ed the clerk to read a niumnber of cx
tr'acts f'iomu Republican palpers, dec
nounceing the triadle made with Ma
hone, and Burnside retorted w ithl an
extract fr'om the C'ourie'r-1honunl,
chariging the De)mocraits with stuidii
1.y in mauitntaining t he delolck.
Some Reputblican Senmator r'ead an
extract fr'om the New (fnd ("ouric,
published shorty after' the elect ion, in
which accodingto th Sen tor'raud
mittedi that there had been somne ir'.
regularities, btut claimed that they
were due to Radical imisr'ule, and that
'I they will cease.
Frye, of Maine, w aved (ho biloodyv
shirt fr'antically3, and charged w hole
mel eviltry upon the South, assert
ing recklessly that fraud and violence
and ignorance are ramnpat. Coke, of'
speech in reply, showing the f'albity' of
t hese assert ions, and summzed up by
ltayinig that the census reports [rotu
the South stamp tho lie upon every
assertion made by the Senator frioin
Maine, who has been greviously' misled
by his lnformants.
A leading Democrat has stated the
- Democratic position in thirteen heads,
* ~ which arc thus epitomizedt. No par'ty
has a majority wheni It needs the vote
K ~of some one of thle opposit ion to make
1$ a quorum. Countig Mahono, the Re
public.umi hare only o'ne-half the Son.
4. ate, and they are enraged that the
Dc'eocats will noct comlplacent ly vote
upJonl their resiolut ion and :;o give the
Vice-President a chiance to turn cult
capable Democratic ofilcers. The
Vice-President has never' voted on the
election of Senaste officers but once and
that was to fill a "acaney. In all the
preceding extra sessions, he has piover
assumedI to cast a vote creating a va
th evntee dayocrat vte bsides
ing of the Session, when the Domo
eratshad a clear majority, tho Repub'
icans i libustered to provent (tie . or
ganization of committes. Whni they
had filled their seats and made the
trade with Mahone, the Democrats
yielded to the revision of committees,
although the vote of the Vice-Presi
dent was required to elect, thus vir- t
tually throwing the appoltinment into Ij
his hands. The Democrats ini prevent
Ing a corrupt trade are doing precisely
what the Republicans did for seven.
(ceii days.. These propositions make a
very strong case, and the Democrats
will light it out to the bitter end. In
ded, some of them say they will stand
by the present Democratic eniplov6s -
uintil the Republicans-securo a majori
ty of the Senate, if that time b6 two
-- -....Im m
WONDERFUL CilAWR .
"Tho Shifting of Commorclal Centres and
Transfer of Proitable Trades."
Atigusta Chroniicl aid Uonstittionn list.
When Liver pool was'' a m111airsh, Volice
was queenI of' the waters an11d of comli
merce. No Dogo of that day Over
dreamed that, the royally of' the
world's traflic by merchant marine
would everi be tranisierired fromu the
Adriatic to the Mersey. But such in
deed caime to pass, an1d o'er the sunken
glory of Venice there is a "loud l
mett along (he sweeping sea." A fwv
yours ago, what now colstituites the I
magnificent city of San Franciisco was
a sand-spit that, ight, have been pur- -
chased flor a chew of' tobacco or its I
equivalent. The discovery ot' gold in I
California made a miagical transforma- I
tioln, and now ia Rothscbild could not 1
purchase what vas .so valueless be
The bar-keepers and miners of '41)
are millionaire princes of 1880. A
Galcna anunl er hits beeni wice Presi
dent, in the front raik of iilitarv conl
querors, and the associate of the I
world's most royal state. There will a
be just as startliIg changes inl tile fu.
ture as in the past. Alreadv there are
signs of 'revolition in our couintry that i
will Imatch the prodigies gone be- I
NrEW OR.EANS IS FRluITENING
New York, with her increasing com
lmce (raiwn lfrom h le teing grana I
ries of the West. The canals to he
built across the isthmus will make
this comapetitioni Imlore treenildous, not
to speak of tle rapidly approaching
Pacifle Railway that is to pour its f
Oriental riches at her feet. St. Lonis (
menaces Chicago with the same rod C
that New Oileans threaItenis New C
York. The grain trade of Chicago is
being tapped and drawn to the Alis- I
souri metropolis. The Journil of' 1
Commerce, that first raised a note of' C
warnling And is now clamoring for re- t
liet, perceives it all and points it out. V
It says: "Miaking allowalee for ex
aggerationi, we can see that a drain t
upon Chicago Is been established 1
which nay have serious conisequences |
for-that city. The barge businiess on|
the Mississippi is working a revolu- I
tion in the grain trade, specially of t
Iowa anld 1 Nebrask a. It is mentiioned
as a fFact that, a Chicago inerchanit who i
had. bought six hundred and thirty
thousand bushels of corn in low'i (
found it cheaper to ship it to Europe i(
via St. Louis and the Miisipi ~ thani I
by' his own ciitv. In other wor'ds, lhe I
followed th~iel dcatio of . isg ownI in L
(hat hie hates St. Louts less, hat lie I
loves his profits the more. Th'e only tI
obstacle to the development of (lie I
Iowa shiipmentis to St. Louis by rail
is the impossibility of tinding cais
enough for thq work. But these w'ill
be supplied in due time. More bra nchi
r'ailr'oads will be nieedetd to connect .
with the St. Louis systecm. But these
will ailso be0 furnished in the form of
cheap narrow gange's. In Nebraskp
SIlP.MENTS OF ORAIN TO ST. LOUTS
are* egnally ley.It is claimed for
that State that she can lav' wheat and(
cor'n in St. Louis for t hiree cents less
peir bushel tha liai Chicago. If'- this
is t rue. and if it is also true that grain
ennl be shipped fromi St. Louis to New
Orleans fo.r six to eight cents per
bushel by barges, then Chcag must
hook to heir lanrels as thie "chaimpioni
graina haindhler of the West."
Thei magician who has waved his
wanid anud chilled New York anid
Chicago, wh'ile w~arming thie arteries C
and1( veCins of New Orleanus andl St.C
Louis, is Jay (ould. lie sits at St. ]
Louis, not ini New York, as (lie spider i
in his w'eb, iand b v rail and water -I
dIiverts t rafile from' East, and( West, i
fr'omi North to South.'
Whlat Chicago and New York can .
do to counmteraci this master-mnitiul and( 1
his pro~ti(ets, wet knowl~ not . T'iiat thev ~
wi'ill maiike ani earnest and1( powerful I
eflbrt to save their t hreatented comi- C
maerce is a miat teir of course. Cert in a
it. is, hiowevri, t hat nothing is imore
treutf101 than what (lie New Yor'k
puaper enaIls "lhe shiftinag of' commeuir
ei centires and transfer of pro'ititale 1
trades." While these stupiendlons (
ach~lieveiimnts ar gctoing on, pooir Donii
Catumio, withI his stouinachl of~ 01'I
chaiiiia~gnie anid his month full of his<
secretary's irhetotrical abuse ofth <1(
South, i'ises in (lie Senate and makesi
an ass of' himiself' tfor (ihe scond or t hirid r
(imeiC thlis session.
WVhat Jay Goul is doing' Ior NoirthI
west aiiu Sothwest, someo ot hier
ighty execuitive Iitelleet may accomn
1) li fr. (lie Soth tl lahnt ic St at es. I
W hat hams hiap1lened't to Ne~w Yor'k and1( I
I 'hiicag() maly happen'Cfl. ini a compa111rat iv V(
degrece, to Athmit a. What hams occurlired
for St. Loi and( New (Orileans mai be0 1
iitalted( hy Anilgusta. TVhe mnn'ftac
tiuliiad ral iiyceties will shif1t I
herie mandt stay here. .lfer a'ic inothe li
decade t his city mays; chitim thle G orer-- I
iiors anad Senators. 01, ot to) mnation I
o1ther' gmgnates in thle cot miecial and'
'1iouT HY op l!hMllA'TioN.-he Board'(
of' Tirnstees uof t'rski ne College, having
eta~bilih at Jleneficiar'y Schoharshi p
the liberal conitri but ions of' the friends
of' education, it. wasl
. "Resolved. 2. TJhat. in conlsidhera
tdon of' lie gift of' onie thou)lsand (doll a1
($1,000) by Mr's. C. Slower, oh' Ne w
beriry , &a id schoarship be inmedI, ~in
lt'nlmory of' lher deceased hutsbnmd.1
* TJhe .Duanc .Iower' Scholr/qp.j.
A noble bnaefation, triutly ! TJherie
cani be n1ot etei' way 10 perpehtuate
the memory(~ of' thie (lead (hanl hy as
sociatimuthiri nanies with (lie iannoir
tal1 cause of' education.---.Newberry1
---Why Tlom Hyan, of C'incinmnati,.
shoul d Ihave mttempiItced51 uiid e is
my stery. J Ie had threec hunded do l 0
hiiis onl his p)erson. One won'-d think
that. aloh 1st anyb~ody would have had'
sense enough to have lived that out at
ICAILJAJA) 4 WiNOPO~y.
ow')tr. luink rool is rssues and it.
TMrom the 'hrOntctle and OonstituUonaln't.
The outcry agaitst, the great corpor
tonls is not altogether a false alarm.
l'ey Imay 11ot. be dangerousm at pr'C.0eet,
>ut the t'endency is to oppress. Every
hing should be done, by legislatioi,
o encourage alnd foster them, In a
1st sense. .vel'ything law fuil should
)e done also to *protect the people
kgainst 'apacious enlcroachmnent. Mr.
ink, the obamplio of the consolidat
d railhay systems, may defend tho
)ool vith signal ingenuity, but he
:annot, succOssf1ully answer the charge
hat pooling extiiguislibs Competition
)etween Othe roads tChemselves. The
xew York Bulletin goes to the mar
'ow of the stibject whei it challenges
Am to show upon what grounds these
.oimpauies can claim the right to earn
I good rate of Interest upon double
he aiount of capital they have it
nto their property ; and aiso on whlat
>rinciple they can claim a right to
xempt themselves from the natural
aw ofmIutual competition that regu
ates all other interest's, and apart
roma which there can be neither jhs
ice nor safely. "There are," the
Uulletin adds, "matters about which
he public have n1o lhisconceptions
mud they are tho issues oil which this
:11troversy muiist finally turn."
To show the
(EMARIKABLE WORKINu8 OF THE POOL,
Western contemporary informs tie
mblic that "some tenl days ago there
vas some bad failhi il the pool, amid
41r. Fink reduced the rate to 25 cents
>er 100 pon uds. But a' few days
ater, naiving cooked Up the troubie,
)e. by .proclaiation, advanced (he
'ate to 30 ceits. During the few davs
>f ptnic freight was conitriaced ill
Jhicago as low as 19 ce.nts per 100
>ounds. Look at the result. Within
en d:ys the rate fell from 35 to 19
itts per 100 pounds, and is now at
0 cents, and, according to 'Mr. Fink,
orty-two railroads have submitted as
0 many slaves to his peremipto'y or
lei' to exact the highest rate. Did the
vater routes control his action, and
8 lie not by those proceedings coil
esSing that under tile despotism and,
lavery of' which lie is the dictator the
:ountry iW plundered and robbed
v'henever his bosses direct and comi
oand ? I' 20 cents per 100 pounds be
,fir and profitable compensation foi'
lic transt'er of graini from Chicago to
qew Yoi'k, then every cent exacted in
xcess of that sum is as clearly stolen
iom the public as if the ears were
pened ol the road and an .equivalent
f the merchandise taken oul and
livided among the plunderers."
These are etmphatic words, but they
tve legs to stand upon. It is this
:ind of action that rouses popilair in
ignation and brings the whole sys
Di1m into odium. The innocent aire
riellled with the gtiilty'. We do not
>lame Mr. Fink or1 any railway con
rollers for imakiig all they can for
lie interests they manage. bit neither
vould we blame the people for having
lte Commissioners. of' honesty amid
robity, who would . tand between
hen and their would-be oppressors.
Vheni fourl mlenl inl California, nlot
voith $12.5,000 t weity year's ago, canl
ivide .180.000,000 bet Iveen' the h11Nv
rovernment subsidies and defv the
hover'nment itselt' wihen demandinig
alck dues, it is tme t~o call a halt, or
t all evenits to underst and whether
3powerless to escape (lhe clutches of'
few corporati lion muiagn ates-nmade
lighity bgy its lar'gess-in 1881.
enRarx Ix solT H CAROLrNA.
-Mr'. T. L. Williams received a
tlanger'ous wvoundl fr'omi a kntife
i (lie hanids of James Railey, niear
3rushy Fork, Chester county,'on last
-A Mrt. Hall, living above Carters
'il, in Darlington coutty, on Lynch's
liveor, wias sh10t thriougii (the liungs
vith buckshot, by a Mir. Mimi, on
ueisdaiy night last. No p~articenlare.
-In an altercation between two
egr'oes near. Grieenlwood last week
)aniel Noble was savagely slashed
vith a knife by Silas Matthews, in
licting eight 01' ten ugly w~ounds, onie
Itenetra1ting& the cav~ity of the body' and
eveiral ter'ribly gashing the face.
-Trhe Williamisbui'g Ierald says:
'Oni last Saturday thlree youn~g m'en,
i their' way (o Presbyter'y, met a
r'owd of 1men1 at Anderson Br'idge, onl
2ynchl's Creek, hauvinug in charge a
oloi'ed man suspected of bi'eak;ing
itto a honse and stealing theeformu.
hle crowdl-nmore for amnutsement than
niythinig else-ecleeled one of' the
Onu g men f'romi Inidiant owni as judge,
mdto. afteri a fair' trial, thie negro was
oiuvicte'd, andi~ the jud~ge senteniced
n11 to be swvung ill a little ways in
rder' to make him conftess. The nie
ro wentt ov'er to Scranton to Trial
niatiee IlIudson and took out1 a wari
aimt for three of the( par'ty."
-A branm MatiniiWl wa hatmr~ed at Ab
eville oni last Firiday fot' the mnurder'
1' his wife. Th'le trap ('elI at 1.17 p. mn.
ot 1 .37 p. mn. lie was pronouncited dead
y 1Urs. P'arker' and Calhounm, amnd was
ut dowon at 1 .38 p. mn. The body ws
ciliv(eed to his triemnds, none of his fam
yv being~ pre'senit. lIe was poirfectly
omipose'd, and1( ascend~edl thle seaf'olt
v'ith a lirmii step. l(e spoke to the fewv
c'ho were'( pre'sent, sal inmg t hat he was
1. peace wmith God and~ ready to go;
hat he expected to meet his wife in
leavenm, t hat. lie had niotin mg against
Ier and di not101 kill lier' because o1'
nothler' womnm. lie) assigmned 110 mo1
ive for the deed, lie asked to be in
lie black ca waIs dra'uwn over' his head
io thanked thle sheifft for his kindnmess.
['le RLev. Ai r. 11lapet t, colored, ex
ol'tedi hiin to lie sienudtiisl. in keepinlg
us mind on Chrisl . I le Said, ofI will."
Phle drop fell, and lhe wenit to his
loom. Mar'tin wvas fifty years old and
ft weak mind~ The mntirdi' was comn
nitted on the 15~th of1 JIuly, 1880.
AinoR DA.-T'he Gover'nor of'
leiieh'igani has f'ollowecd the Giover'nor'
f Nehraska and a day3 is to be kept as a
estival and called the ''Arbor Dav."
Jni this dayv eveiry good citizeni is 'ex
letedl to.111 lat a tree, so that when
lie niext genlerationm comes inito (lie
~njloyment of' its own it will have
or'est gr'oves w here are niow trmeeless
mid windy la1i1.n.11f this happy coni
:eption is carriedl ont it, ivill be a gr'eat
lessing for all that conintr'y west of
lie Mississipp.i, and will nto (doumb go
ar town'.td atmelioratimng thie condlition
f thie climate of' Airizona, New Mexi
u'o anid Ithe wvar'm, ualkal i, sage brush
'uniities of the f'ar' Southwest., We
hionid be glad to see (he ''Arbor
DIay" extemteiEd to Nciw York and the
llasterni States, iWhec-e, althongh na
Iorest "growths, we have been neglect
oug amtl squanideing our' trees.-Xew
. 2PEfAL, NOTICES.
ItnlAiA0) -AND OntAl'.--in order to place a
rollate Liver Pitt witihii to reqcn of all, the
nIIIce of Mafy Appl 1o1Pil4 has been reduced to
160 'nper box. 891d by all Druggists In tWh
Wheit you notteo cholera in your hogn and
chickens, gIvo themn thoenfold's Stoe- Feed
freely, nil they will recover. It Is best, how
ever, to colunmct'e the usO of tile Stock Feed
a little altead of th1e iltolera 0eason, which will
Irevent, them from tuking the disease.
QUITMAN, GA., A tril 18, 1878.
For the benefit of all thoso who are inter
ested in rouiing fowls I Il ake plvasure in rcomi
mllondilg Shoenfeldl's Medicated Stock Fced. I
had several chiokens with cholera, and by the
use of this wonderful article, given according
to directlons, all of them got, well and are now
in a henithy coildition. WM. 'I'ENNILLE.
I fully concur in the above.
S. T. PIICE,
Sold by the druggists of ,SW county.
Messrs. Lamar, tankin & I.tar, Denr.Sirs
I had'been troubled for a long time before using
your Consumptive preparation, wIth something
itke Athna, and after using only two bottles
of your Brower's Lulig iestorer I breailhed per
f t,1y free, and have felt no sylptonm of the
disease since. I alit coniileut, your nedlieline
etred me, and I cheerfully reccomnelnd it to all
who are sufferIng from Asthma.
JOHN 1). OSS.
IMACON, GA., 'March 20, 1880.
3fessrs. Lamar, Miankin & I ninar, Pear Sirs
I have used your Brewer's Lung Restorr for
Vertigo, and have never been troubled 'ith it
sintce using the inedicino. I cannot, say too
much for It, and cheerfully reeconnend it to
all who need relief from Vert-igo.
Yours truly, J. B. ARTOPE.
MACON, GA., March 20, 1880.
Messrs. Lamar, lankin & Lamar, Dear Sir
I uffered 1,wo years with Consuniption. ;
during the time was treated by Drs. lie
Thomas, Chalton and others of this city, a
also by a prominent physician of Macot. Of,
wil hout finding ony rellof. Aly husband bought.
In six bottles of your Brewer's Lung Rtestorer,
whlch I began to take at onec, and round ii
mnellato relIef. I have used the six bottles and
have nlever felt a symptoim o tie (ilsease since,
n ndi my general health is better than It has
been in years. I therefore recommend it to all
who have Consumption as a Pearl beyond
Price. Very respectfully
ill. M. (1OOLSBY.
Sold by the Druggists of this county.
THIOUSANDS USE IT, WHY lESITATE?
JOY TO THE WOnIA I WOMAN Is F !....
Among the many discoveries looking to tho
happiness ami amelIoration of t le humeant race,
11oe Is entitled to lhigher conlsideration thanl
Dr. J. Bradfieldl's Female Regulator, "Woman's
Best, Friend." by it woman is cmancipated
front numiberless Ills peculiar to her sex. Be
fore its imagIc power all irregularities of the
womb vanish. It cures "whites," suppression
of the ''menses," and removes uterine obst ruc
tions. It cures constipation and strengthens
the system, braces the nerves and purifles the
blood. IL never falls, as thousands of women
Prepared by Dr J. JBradileld Atanta, Ga.,
price $1 G0 per boti Ic. Sold by aill druggists.
TuotuAsvn.r.p, 0A., June 28, 1878.
I have been selling lrailelId's Female itegu
In tor for years, and it still continues popular
an Ovidenlce Of Its )einl till cimed11111 for It. I Cait
recall Iinstances in which It affordedt relief after
all tie usual remedies had failed.
8. J. CASSELS, Druggist.
MAcoN. GA., Nov. 1, 1879.
Dr. C. J. Moffett-Dear Sir-We have been
handling Teethina for several years. and the
demand Increases as the article becomes Intro
duced and Is kiown. Our sales average from
two to three g' oss per montlt. We believe that,
your Teethina (Teething Powders) will eventu
ally become a standard and indispensible ar I
Ce., for mll nto single ineptanes haes i .failed to give
saltisfaction. No complaint has ever been imtille
to us, hence we conclude that It does all you
cltlin for It. Merit fi4 botnd to Asecceed.
HUNT, RANKIN & LAMAR. Druggists.
PEmuit, G A., April 14, 1879.
I have wat'!hed thi' use of tlhe inedleine now
kn o w n as .-Swif's Syphilitic 8peellic'-lnce tle
year IS::T-oever 50 yearsi--and have never heardl
of a failure to cure when properly taken. I
commlnenced the 48 1it on my slaves, be tween
1650 and 1856, nn ~ Lio did ') nutmber of my
brother-in-law, ~6~ Walkter, liought at ane
tion Ca Lv not iearr4ntedl. After the prchatse
It was dilscovered th heli' had had -S Ilia for
twelve year~ .-Is Jt' ad was withtout a htair 0on
It lie treated bl. it ith tils remedy, andc In
four~ weeks he was soundiand wvell, and In a
short time hied as flee a htead of htrir aIs was
ever owned by a liegro. l10 owned this slave
many years, and Ito never hiad any retuirn of
t-he dlisease, nor lost a day's work. Trhis is onliy
oneS amoite hundreds of intainces of remarka
bile cures mode by tils liedicino. In all mfy
past life I have ntever known a remedy thamt
would so fully accomplish what it is recomn
mended to(1o- 11. L.. D)ENNA liD.
TflE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, P'roprie
t.ors. Atlanta On.
Sold1 by all i)ruggists,
Call for a copy of '-Young Men's Friend."
Deofective Watch Cases are one of tile chtief
causes of so many watches not being good
time pieces. .The cases being tihin and not 11t
ting well. admit (lust andI dirt to the move
ment, which soon interferes wit it bte rutnning
parts of thle walchl necessItatIng cleaning, rc
lpaIring, &c., aild t~te amount.t ihuts paid out, if
applied townrdt buying a good ease, In 1-lie be
gInning, would have raved till tils troiuble and
expense. We htave recently seen a case that
meets all these requirements, It having been
carried for over twenty years and St.ill renmains
perfect. We refer to the JAS. BOSS' P'atent
Stifienedi (old Onse, which htas become 0n0
of theO staple articles of the Jewelry trade,
possessing as i t dloes so mtany adyvant ages ever
all othler watch cases, being Imade of two
heavy plates of solId goldi over a plate of comO
position. And we a'iviste all our readers to ask
their Jeweler fornacamrd or cat ahogute iat will
explain t le Ilmanner in which I hey are' mode.
It is thle ontly Stiffenedi Case matte with two
plates of gold, seamless pendiants, 11n1( cntre,
solid jonints, (frtwn pIeces, &c., ail of whilth are
coveredl by letters l'a lent. T1herefore buy nto
ease before consultng a Jeweler who keeps ihe
JAS. BOSS' P'atenit Stiffened GBold Case,, that
you mtay learn to elifferencte bt wieen it, and
all Iiibat Ions thai, clatin to be equtally good.
For' sale by all responsibbe Jewe'lerx. Ask tn
see thu warrat-. that, accomapanles each ease,
and( dion't, lie perstadeld that any (otiler make of
case is as good-. .1np12.
Huirralifor Oar Iloiso
OH, YES! OH, YES!
THE 'I NE M UNT INCORN W IuII.
rj- KEYha ome nd is still comin1g.
If yon want g'ood Wh~ishoy nad1( good
Sogaro, call at
next door to WV. RI. Doty & Co. He k eeps
fthe best of everything, TLhio best Nathatn's
Old Cabinet Whliskey. Thela best Glibsont's
Whiskey. T'ho best T1en Cents iSegar.
The best Five Cents Segar. Anid, abovo
aill th.ings, Ito best Dinner for -40 cents.
And if y'ou c~ttom into town betwen 1i
and~ I o'clock, anld aire hunatgry, call at
Clendintitng's for a drink, and1( he will set
up a tree lunch for you1. Clendining
keeps a moral atnd a qiit house.
Subscribe to TuL. yJ\ AuID linr
. La KINARD'S
COLUIBIA, S. C.
JUST received the largest alid muost
complloto stock of SPRNG CLOTHING
that has ever been in the State, and at
prices to suit the timles.
SUITS OF MIDDLE SE X FLANNEL,
Warran ted, at $12.560.
MEN'S ALL WOOL ONIEVIOT SUITS,
W1iarrantted, at $10.50.
YOU Til8'J SUITS FROM $3.60 to $15. 00.1
BOYS'SUITS $1.50, $2 00, $2.50, AND
ALSO a fine stock of Taylor's col brated
Maickinaw Straw Hats and Mlanillas,
Sshades of SilIver, TVan, Ohocolate
At riAVE added lo my stock fino shoes for
gentlemen, to complete ain outfit, guaran
teed not to rip or break; if they do, will
give another pair,
NE WAND DESIRABLE SPRING
COHMEP AND PRETTY SPRING
BLA CK and colored Cashmneres , Al
paeas,2 Mlohairs, Momlie Cloths,2 Grenia
dines, 1Brntings, lernani Cloths.
LL AWNS, 'Muslins, Linens, Suitings,
Pique, G ing~hamns, Calicoes, Nainsook..
A pK to see "tenfr u " Ginihains.
Cassimeros, Jean, Cottonades and
I3LEAC1II, Brown and Plaid
TASLE Linen, Doylies, Towels,
Sheeting, Pillow Ca asi.
IF A aY BOD'Y WANTS A GOOD:
HAT for ta little mone, let the
call on me. Nobby line of Straw Iats
IF ANXY MIAN OR BOY WANTS A
SUTlmn o odpretty anobbyt, ebartm
tino ori lorhe,; let theny doall
WANTS ante pairo hecep e
TIIOEPE AND ETTYSRN
ABA TIFUL c LordCiner es,
Ipurg Edigs andi Clsetos, Coten
dines Edgings enn lts
LENS, SIians, Linen, Handker
kerthiese "eiru igars
GENss Tos', Jais', Misses dChl
GENTS' Anen LDois ToARFS,
ShctiLL Pillown CufsiufligE..
BUIWIA ISTIIE) WANSEA GOODN
JnT or an litte mey, t islean
cawll oinake itbbpay n yofu. rw t
fl'AY MA OR BY WTSRE,
SI ofsuOl, rwell stobed cihal
the Snriegsaloes, l ew the cllxu
rWATSfe at i, oin Shes eap let
Bthe cal yo shoul aned gey thardare
Arcey BEATIFrL Lin wodenae,
wlhynb Ig ca gi supply y ustos o.
cIOi E ESfin %~.f
LADIS'vneus 11m-sityed Hand-fth
mos silfu aneepeiece
workmen, adiaes' nowsres'ad Chil
drn's ofhose cretrswr.W
COLAlS mad arrngeent wuing, Etche
Ter enion evferyti danith e Sreo
pJret coni alnds me, thaork.ll Pasnd
dIinga it ae ou.hne ep ,o
Acontemplat bilg l okd wllth get
tyliicses C1( and cuts of the luCotr-t
takeno lfe tnywher in the eutih. Aliwor
warted.O hul eday adae
JODON1 PUORL TOELL ON
innbro . E1,r
To in havue ju nst les and soenfunn the
VI' mot sillful tita :xpfrine
platedon wath~ harnoat shwrpady'sd ell.
kindt of hous dapan t's w alk W
haveo madng arraementok wmitthsik
ladin ksera mill to fersht u itunfor
l'r roo a~ ater $t.00. The w canre pro
pTo (10yall akctins oork Persoths
dbrcegeta,ousarf noll hostrieda or
Manosiot fro s P.fo dmo givngr beut eon
tat. sleev butn, glate d oton latod
aeialty rWg$fe ar- vers in al the n
14send ents of thmb atyt otay's
taue panywh it tne st.ng All work
oart t C atjlOto.e
JIX e[ at frL tfoAds,
i oroe y rl i astrsang ontrthygvfor
ELREANT JEWELRY THE FOR.
If shrunk whe ollor in p~afrom(.~ natre or as
auto. Ady fri oeet bce n stolid sik
ring reeant conean uh ns- ,.ox,E fa eck
OUR newspapers are constantly ho
vertisoments calculated to mislead th
unheard-of fabrics are set forth in gl<
inducements to spend your money av
of us all should prove a wholesome wv
peals Spend your money at home, an(
men whom you know and to whom ye
not satisfied with purchases. The 01
SUGENHEIMER is still alive at the
and stands ever ready to duplicate all
WE call special attention to our C
PAIRTMENT. A fine line of MIe
in all styles and colors, will be added
Laundried and Unlaundried, and Che
best bleached muslin in the maiket fc
worth $100. Call and be convinced
Enterprise, and that ours is still the I
ap 14 B. CT-TC
Tle Earliest. Flo
D E I]O -. T S
RAVE RECEIVED Beautiful Cambrics ai
Beautiful Unlicoes at (4 cents. Large Line
%t 10 conts. Gents' bilk Handkerchiefs (be
kerchiefs at 10 cents. Ladies' Linen Hand
--BEAUTIFUL LINE OF SH
ADDITIONS to our large aDd select stoc
TO TIE LA-DIES Of1 FAIRFl
I IIAVE just opened and have nlow rei
argest and best selected stocks of M1
NOTIONS ever brought to this place.
MRS. DIOAG, with the assistance of h
[Baltimore, intcuds spar'ing no piains in t
md keep them full during the season.
A FULL LINE OF DRESS GOODS,
>cst and cheapest liue of CORSETS.
D A VIS V EWI
TlE best in the market for plain or
THUSAND DOLLARS RIEWA
t-both as a machine anid the range of
wvithi any of the first-class machine on i
thinmes in use in Fairfield County.
.ALISCO I .9
A fine lot of Planting Potatoes, Oi
2rackers, Cakes, Candies, Bacon, Floui
fobancco, Cigrars, Do~dsteads, Mlattresses.
To arrive, l5,000 feet of Good Assort<
Dry Goods, of all kinds, Millinery', et
ot of Sping Goods.
j4Y STOCK of Furniture, whieh wvill
est acrdmg to quality, and for
R~ieiembe that all my goods'are warrar
Tunrmiture elsewhere, then come to the f
)est ~slection amnd can buy ehia n' e
way. Blythiewood, White' Oak, VWood a~
mdr York. This is a recommenidatiour
A new sultl)y of Window Shades,U
F'rames, Ch romos, Ilat Raeiks, and BoW
' lie largest suipply of Tin Chamiber* Sc
)br Suits. Call and see themi. A new s
my. Don't. Buy a Maebiii ne rely beca
t and3( likes it. Rtlenembe that. mosat of
mlfied huave' but little merit. TIhue one y
ime andl vexation, is noiseless, run
t. Remember the Gold Medal was awva
>ver eighty :omnpetitors. I can refer yo
tiways given entire satisfaction. Remen
sash Factory. All orders entrustedl to ri
he lowest prices. Furniture neatly repr
)ropared to make to order. Lumber and
nig Machine Needles and attachments al
no, Don't fall to call before purchasing
,SEEDS THAT SURPRISEI
THEl 'AnMhIas' ".BONA~?ZA."
from anyi everte own'her. eiloItiuuaw aor
ean of JTa an, bai f an hal pea. st er n
toetriceso eedun nteed kni by no
over g on.,just Impored, argealvalety
uay : beal tao .ee orer shi a co., a papr oP
qna it earl an prol ie l0 cI. Of l nex
equaledin ovetravoeary"p solid-un.
nthe Iouth Whore ther corn fais5 Unequaed
Toite, one plnt eed aco wo odes~ n02 t
Address CI. U. OgHRERT & 030. Atassta, Ga.
Rfrenco: Hion. W. L. calhoun, Mayor of
lding out attractive and flashy ad.
o public: a long array of prices and
)wing colors, an attractive array, as
ray from home. The past experience
rning against all such flimsy aV
I help to build up your own business
u can go for redress in case you are
D CHEAP CASH STORE OF B.
OLD STAND in Gerig's Building
bills bought away from HOME.
LOTI[ING AND' IfAT DE
n's, Youths' and Boys' Straw Goods,
in a few days. Our line of shirts in
viots is full at prices to suit all. The
r 10 cents. Corsets at 50 cents,
hat we are the friends of Home
Jheap Store of WINNSBORO.
(5z MJ M U Mr M S,
8A cents. Beautif-al Lawns at 61 cents,
i Towels at 25 cents. L arge' Linen Towels
auties) at rO cents Ladies' Lawn Hand
kerchiefs (Marvels) at 25 cents.
DES IN ALL QUALITIES
k made every week. Samples sent on
)RTES & EDMUNDS,
COLUMBIA, 8, 0.
EL.D GO UNT,'
idy for your Inspection one of the
'LINERY, FANCY GOODS AND
er new milliner, MISS BLACK, of
liee departments, and will replenish
Buttons and trimmings to match. The
Iso a lot of Lineni Ulsters and tJnder.
[IC CAL FEED
heavy and fine family sewing. ONE
RI) to any~ one who can compete with
vor1k it tur:ns out. Warranted to wear
e miarket. Two hundred of thcse Ma
ijon Sets, Seeds, Corn, Oats, Cheese,
, Meal, Hlams, Smoking and Chewing
Tr bles, Safe~s, Chairs, etc.
e., low down to make room for a new
J. 0. BOAG.
be the largest, handsomest and checap
lesign and worknmanmship unequaled.
tcd to be as representbed. Price your
rat-class store wvhere you will have the
ir in mind that I ship goods to Ridge.
rd's, Bilackstock, and as far as Chester
quality and price of my goods.
M~ckets, Brackets, Mirrors, Picture
Wives, cheaper than the cheapest.
:s, made to match Cottage and Cham-.
npply of Sewig Machines as good as
ise your mother or your neighbor has
the machines that are most largely
>n want is the one that illh save you
m light and will last a long time. I have
Lded to pne of the Manchlnes I represent
.l to mkhahy that are using It, and it lhas
mnber that I am agent for a Door and
me will have prompt attention and at
aired at moderate nrices. I am also
Shingles for sale af emaf posts, sow
d parts of Machines can be had through
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