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Nde MWASyS j).Aris, nanyou.
.'f(NI. . 1 hCYVXOL).S. ASsoChiAT ICMIToR.
AT Selma, Alabama, thi Demomieat!
, elected their mayor and eight out 01
ten aldermen, for the first time in eight
years. Carry the news to Mahone.
TAple jotfit ).egiePItiyo 0lission ap.
pointedl at the last session of the Gen.
era. Assembly to revise the laws of the
8tate upon ithe subject of railroads,
met in Charleston on Wednesday. The
commission is composed of Senators
A. T. Snyt'ie, of Cbarleston, and It.
,A. Gaillard, of F1iifleld, and lepre.
sentatives J. C. Haskell, of Riclland,
.Jasi. Simns, of Charlestond. a11. II.
Newton, of Mat.ril)ro. They have
power to si. t during the recess, and
-Yill be in session for severl days. Xt
Is to be hoped that they wi.l.1 auoceed
in evolving a scheme that will draw
the line equitably between the people
and (Ie corporations.
'fI, deadlotk .in t.le. Senate dissolv.
ed on Wediesday, by a motion oil flit
part of tle Republicalt, to go int
exccuIke sossloin, wbich was unani.
mously adopted. The speech ofDawes,
announcing the back down, was hu
Anorously and aptly caracterized by
Beck as. ",a futierail ort.ion." Sevrni
treaties and man% nominations will be
considered, and although the Republi.
.cep-ns profess a determined purpose tc
continue the tight for Gtorlham and Rid
dIleberger, it is.evident that these gentr%
are doomed. The -Democrats havI
won at last, and their backbone will
,be considerably stilfened thereby.
Prohibition in Charlotto.
At the recent municipal election ir
Charlotte, the prohibitionists electe
-their canitidate for mayor by twenty
five majority, and carried tw.o out o
the four wardx. Colonel Johnston rar
about sixty votes ahead of his ticket
Ao that the net prohibition majority foi
aldermen was about ninety. As th
board of aldermen was a tie, the anti,
Prohibitionists boasted that their siN
aldermen would refuse to quality, an(
thus prevent a quorum in the council
and a cause defeat of prohibition
* T hereupon, 'Mayor DeWolfe, intetatid 01
calling upon the new board to qualify.
called a mecting of the old members,
and in a few hours they passed threc
ordlin ances which close up the liquoi
.traffie in Charlotte at once, providc
for a refunding of money to tlose
holding unex)ired licenses. and pre
vents the sale of all liquors, alcohtolic
bitters or fruits by bar-rooms or drug
stores, under severe penalties. Ali
effort was made to give time for ti
liquor dealers to get rid of their stock ;
but the prohibitionists, exasperated by
.the proposed obstruction I)olicy of
their Opponentg, look the bit in their
teeth and refused to give a day.' Con
siderable excitement prevails, but as
thie Iguw allows five days for the new
councril to qualit', (luring which time
the old council holds over, the ordi
nmances of the retiring council woultd
sem to be regular* and of full force
. andciet. Tlimeo will show whether
tis prohibition wvill proibit.
(Fiox Tuw Nxws ASo HiEnRi..
utiEonUIra 8'oR FA R M EJRS.
Rioroco Greeley in the C'ountry to Hlorace
Greey in To~wn- Somo (caipital Ideau aund
Geo. 1!. McMaster, Es'q.:
!.)'~n SIR: During huours of ileijess
- -.. I have address~cl P'W several letters on1
a~~ha subjieels--uppropriately I
think addressed to vou as the city
counterpart (of my nomn de' plumei,
.lorace Girceley, for, my friend, I
opine we both are better farmers ini
theory than in practice. anid perhaeps
we can, when in the mood, rivaul
Gireeley in theorizintg. Yet, hoping
some pracltia fartmers may take a
htint occasionally', and profit by (lie
samne, I write agaiin; and the bur'den
of my soug Is
T'he very limited rainfall for several
years past., and the inicreased aridntess
of our nereage soils, should admuonishi
us that we must loo0k to some source
of supply other thatn desenmdinug rain
water for all, and especially sumnmer'
crops, to increase the productivenecss
of our soils.
Such a supply can come only from
reserve reservoirs or rutning str'eamus
byv means of' irrtigations, or in plaini
Enuglish, wateting er'ops. With a sutr
ficienit wanter supply~ all erops can be
doubled atnd evein ttripled ont the egie
This is no new humbug, no Patett
idea of the present day, andi we may
be excused int referring to what is and
has been (lone by irrigation In other
countries. The average rainfall 01
Japan Is greater' than it Is in our' owe~
State, and yet in this highly oivilized
and best of cul tivuated conuntr'ies, Irr'i
gation has been prat'ctised f'or a thou
sand or two years past.
In that countr'y the0 land Is thfprop.
erty of the Crown, so also Is I he riht
to nll water'; and while all of thC
Japanese farnmrs are tenants at will 01
the Crownt, yet they'ar'e not the serfs,
rag-tag-anid-bob-tail and to-be-lookedi
da it-oin, as in our* own enlightened
landi, but rank high in caste, aiid cotn
0110 on of the three castes which can
in English language, be styled gen,
feel. What a commaentary on our Owl
civilization, where fhearcely anvioim
will farm that can help it. 'The 'grov
ernment of Japan sees that the far'mo
does his whole duty and makes thie
most of' 1h1s lands. If energetic an'
skilled, lhe IA speedily promuoted to bet,
ter' lands. Tf slothlful and uskilledl
is promotion down~ hill to a poo
farm. lit this kingdom all watter I
utilized for the general lbenefht. Noi
dlepeniding alone on (lie dily suippl,
from running strearns, immense rose i
.o SlIpply th (inies of
4lrouglt iat lower gra(. Te water
of evory availabe sitreai i1 utilized
aIId while these streais generally
aviah Ithe sea by their. nIttstral ontleft,
yet they t ravel the greater portion of,
the way ill Itiifijial chtanniiels e4t. for.1.
the l:pose of irrigation. The Japan,
ene produee t.wo anti even three crops
inl the3. Same year on the same 11md)(,
and an estimtae .of the aniount of these
cropiS is fau111lus. Their ricou lands of
s1tinimler lproduce wieat as a wititer
crop ; anid so expert are theoy as harm1
ers that. they have sueeed(C inl dwarf- I
Ig the wheat stltk to such tin extent,
that- it never n0Ce reaches eight to
fourteen inches inl height. Tiley plant,
for grain and not for straw. 'oie
what of the Aine sys(ei is in vogue I
China. 80 muitch ftor tle progress of
griculture by Inleans of irrigation in
the East, (he cradle of nations, altd
we might add the origin of many rf
the arts anid sciences and of improved
ItA-IGATION IN OTHER LANDS.
Tihe rich valley or alluvial bottom
of the Nile has been irrigated sitnca tihe
(lays of Joseph and his brethren, and
but for suclicill)ation of water to
the soil it Could not support its in
habitanlts. Ir1riation :igpractised inl
Italy, France, Gerlmaly, and even
On our Western continent, If
Credit the historAn, the Peruviais,
the time f the conquest, had made
great progress fin irrigatilon. In(deed
if we take all lieoius as true (vide
Prescott's conquest of Peru atid M
co) they had a more advanced systein
of agriculiture in mtany respects' than
was to be seenl oil our conti ent at the
begtiiing of the preseit century.
Like Japan the noil was the )ro1prty
of the Crw9. n, bat wIs anual v divid
ed and allobtted- the one part for tle
use of the ods and (1 their oliliiat.ing
pimte ; the ec for the u th s1:,e oai
the Inea tutld his nloble kindred, and'
ile other part for thle working-bees.
the people, by whom all three parts
werq cultivated. The Inta race olaim
ed to be children of the sun, a distintct
and separate r'ce, and doubtless they,
Were at distincet racwe, 11n0"A likelv Ohw
deseondants from tomlife Japane atd
venturer who ha3d crossed thle Picitle
anl(d brouglht with hinm the pOlity of his
own governinlentand int u roduced tle
mystemn of' griculture Iroin the IEast
with such tuoditieations as adapted it
to tie difflereit. (litle Ittid thee of the
country. Water iln Peru was tite
properlt y of (he Crown, Id was eon
veyed nili condluits of Stont n iider'
ground. Thus large areas of' land, on
which rini n3e3ver fell, were Imide
fruitful. To whiat attioulnt. of' iodtct
i'enesS per aicre ilsioe hids had attti -
ed we are uiable to siV. Tley m t,
however. have beenl ex treitilv feritile.
as m atone thalt two yea r' supply %
grain was fould ill the public itore
botiteS at fle time of the. concitrst.
(The greatesit Crop ever growi in the
Unitied States would not atlhrd ovei.
foitte (o six monthsextrasu ppk--htece
the averagPel'ietuvian crop iiust have
been lifty per vent . greater, Ot~n 01urS.)
So gt'V't w:ts this resertve stot, t hat it'
took the prodigal Spaniards, who were
illI coniStimliers and not produtcers, e
eral years to dissipiate. Iln litilited i
sections raiii flell :mid less atteat ion
wias paid to irrigation. The gtuanito of'
the Pertitviaa coast, was kniowIi and
utilized. It, tou., as nlow, was the
property off the Crown, alnd cerin i
beds w ere allot ted to the use of the
farmeris of' part ictilar localities. Tlhiis
coutry'~ wats clivated by 'hantd-habor'
--havintg nio draf't aiinalIs. 1Its imi
113ense pr'oduetive p))oers werei duie to
irr'igationi, good cuiltivaitiotu antd f'ertili
Oni~ out' part, of the contintatt the
iihzed Aztecs had madtel coinsiderta..
ble prnogretss in the sceientce ot irr'iumt
tion, andi the t'uints of' their cantals iitd
dlitchaes atay be ticed ini Mtexjio
Lwr California anud Tiexas.'. Ti'...d
have been1 inIcorrtectly r'eti'trn-td to, 318
the tmtor'e moder'n work ot'thie Sesttits,
per'hamp5y t'romi the het tha31 t hev. dur
ttg I th t'rt supreimacy, eiteourauged1 the
1use o' thle dev'1elopied resources they
ittind exlsin onlterfrtetaee
titto (the coj1t4ry.
!c. liucht-aht'ul MNorinonsti, baitiish-a
refugi~e ini the aidm andt rainl'ss Satlt.
Lake va:l ley~'; andI, usinug a siinallI
amount, of enginee0rintg brainis, con
sti'tieted (catna3ls and1 ditchtes, and conui
v'erted this dleset into a fri'tfu l gardett
yieldinog 1iimentse cr'ops of' gra in and1(
covered~ with a ich sward( of' grass
tat sustains i mnients heids of thle
fInest eattlehi. W' enn bt ut look 0lo ' er
agicul tnn tilsuccess w.'ithI amailzelnetI.
I13' inelants of' irr'tigatioi n alone t hey cian
live and1( suppor't tlahirapidly' ittereas
fboe people. iof s03n0 of the adointinov
St ates have takent pat terni at'ter' the
Morminoni, and alr1 ady thoutsatnds ot'f
acres itt omte of' these States, on11ce
barrien from want of' rin tllI, hauve
tioni. (See trecent Repor'ts of' thet I)e
par1tments oft Agr'icult ure.) lIn sev'erail
ol' thle r'epor'ts i'eferrted to, are' gratphie
decitions 03of canlet for~ 11 13 the purpjoste
ot conveyC3inig water' 11ifteen (to Iwient 3
tire miles in letgthi. Somei of' thtese
conivey (1reeOks anmd nre thle propjer'ty oft
intcofp~oralted waltr comiliies, ~'ho
sell the wattetr toI te ftaer oni their
lines mit so much pci' foot 01' v'ent open,
Stt'eams of wvaler' hav~e in t hose same11
tanice ovet' hii ls and' r'avines f'or sluice
imngti p, that is to be~ used in wa'shinmo
(d0wn1 hills to obtta g'oltd. Now, were
eq11 uiet amunttts oft watei' coniveyed
and1( ised fori tht'inga.~ pur'poses, thec
priofits arlisjing thecre''romi wvould far'
exeeft lie return'ts t'romt thle goldl
waShlngs. W hien thle gold is wa'shted
out. and~ the hilt watshed downi, the
wot'k is (one. But. the stremni~i, on1ce
e-milutted for farmui purposes05, will pay
its dilvidendl till thie endl 1 oftme.
ITO n1IC CoNTINClEO.]
A Full and C'aroful Reoport of' the Muri der'
of Captain JBili Prica.tor by is~ soni
tCorrecspotnec of thie N'ews and C'otutor'.
mc r'ep~ort of .the Priesteor tragedly itn
youissu 130 of thte 30ith uif. wais no'1 al
together cor iect. j shaull1, Iterefotre,
give you a brief' review of' the whole
case. In theo firnsf plaee, it seemsiH liat
thie report, nto doubi t35 'i' ind elintly,
p1 uts some1 of the burden~t of' thIis sad atl'd
heiar'trend/nitg miisf'ortune1 to the credit
of t he w.i e of hie hearti'(less pert'et raLtor'.
Mr's. Pr'iester' is ai most. estimnable wo
mia. antd hams woni the htear'ts of' those
wh'lom she has1 bleen amiomt so short a
tlime by her'i Christ ian virtues. So fuit
as ftle repI oi't refer's to lier' hiusband not
being fable to live amilenbly with his
wife, it. coutld not, have been Intended
to coniv the1( Idea t hat, anty of (lie
Iault could be attibuiitedl to hiet'. Jtt
the converse, she has beent thte maost
long-sufflering with (he bie'rnpii ti
sho hlas had cast upon hvr, tly lit lt
worthy htus3biid. Sio had rlesolv
two or three tileis to leavo vo'un
'rlester .n(d retlrl) to I ho boi'isei
her iather, lbit Capt. Billio Priestl
preval.led tip-n her not to leave h
son, as it would tno doubt be his J.uil
She retnitined on/l ll (Ito 110p)0fiu
siho iight, by cnduring everythizbn
work some ltiprovement in the' vori
m.nan. Hlis reukjess iigratitude rnehaitc
its highest point, aid she resolved I
stand It no further, and on Thursdla
mnorntting, it (ito breakfist table, si
requested the Captain to remiin a m<
mnt; a she desired to see him. Youn
William Iitenr'y Priester, the husbam
was at the head of .the table opposil
his fhther, 111d oil b)elrilg the abol
remark saidl, "I propose to hear thai
Col versation." Captain liPriester 1-4
plied, ''Certainly, my son, I have n1
objection." Youtg 'Priester went u
stairs to his rooij and came dowit I
where the QCaptain and Mrs. Priestc.
were .stan11ding, 11nd whenl within fiv
nr tenl feet suid, "Father, I'm going I
kill yoi." 'Oh 0no, my sionil, sai
Captain Billie. "What For?" lie go
no reply fi rther than a ball which til
Captain said is the one lie thougol
paised through his stomach, enteint
tu% o iiches to the left of the Inavel all
Lollil' obtt tbout (lhe sitire distalit
blilt . e Spinal coluinit. Tho Captai
lO chosed in oin his soil liftier th
shot itid canght the pistol, I
.,)(d thit the Shock from the fin
ball was Such that he couh not col
trol tle iniatirll arm of* his son1. Th
next ball he thought was the o1: ti
Lteterd tile left side and peeu 11rate
into the region of' tihe spleent. (Tli
ball went through the splecen.) -
third ball lodged in tle left wrist, an
a tourth in tle left thigh, 1111d the Ilit
struck i buick-hiorn haiidle knifle ill i
palts poctet, tearilng itt u) an
lodging it, il the iron sides. Col
tain Pristetr said (hat hathe was sih
so rapidly that, lie could not save him
sielf, 1111 the only thilng le did was t
hold oi to t le pistol and cIlinge th
range until it had been exhiusted b
the cruel hand. and then lie thought h
itruck his soi with his stick. Petei
it twin brother, who had le't the tabl
for (lie store, hearing file shtootinig ai
Lite sc'reats of Mrs. Priester. reichei
[lie house too late to render his fatlie
illy assistance il t he strugtgle. Capt-til
11. went to his store, sonic two hun
lred yards of, and undrhessed himself
ot ii bed and selit for lDr. H. W
K eartse. I )r. Kearse, arrivintg as sooi
is possible, miade an examinatiion am
reported to Capta in P1. that he woaIuh
e f'ank vilh him anl state his pre
ilotis condition. lie told hlin thi:1
Ie had bi It a short. whAINhe to Iire, a-il(
hat ie had belter arnlige his worldl,
ilairs aid prepare to nuoet his Goi
2iaptaint 1. did not s('eelm th le lls
ilarimed, but. thantked the dhoctor lo
lis canldor', and stalted th:i t his Ow'
)pinion was (liat. ie could not live
Dis. K eai'se renained wilh him ti
ate Friday evenlin g, litter all signs o
Ie lad aliiost ebbed oil. and Captaih
Wilm. Priester di' lit II o'clock a
4,1ht, himwent ied by every heart tha
steeis ati 11tii wh ow has a heart.
It is out, of' the <iuestion f1or me t<
iiidertake to put clown inl wNords 01
ipel the gloomi and sourr.w of (i
nlcilige. No words cl conver then
md t'ife hearts ever Veit sneh snIlless
Captain Priester Imade his will, lear
lg itl i his ofbets to his soil Peter. an1
Ipolnted his faithful rieti and kins
an, Dr. II. .. Kearse, his excutor
Ele wias cool and1( compiosedl, consicionl
Ip to the (dizzy edgeis that bordor thi
lIe, and1( lie met htis death with
1oenlit-y t halt, deser1ved of the' siurround
iigs, and a fortitude I lut demnaided
Ile reOqueLsted1 that *Wmn. 11. shiouh
lot lie allow~ed to atten'ld his funileral
mdii thl he wanittedl himi hung f'or ih
etuityf3 of' his followineii. J. II. A
BluowN's - GEOnIores.--Thie iinning
o-day wyere dlecidedly on (lie side c
air'. Brown. I'Te debaite is getI in:g t<
>e kntow n as ''Brown's Geor'ies," lb
hio politics of' hi sState ~~ and(1 th
iliitationl of Massachusetts polities lir
lhe chief topies of' his frequeniO~t speoch
i. lie icrtaiily had t he best o1f th
lobatte to-day. and( woried thle floepul
icanis by causing. to be read f'or t hel
>)nfit shiairp crit icismis 11nade by la
mtblicant papers otn (lie pr'ceient conlte5t
1eeral Ihawley did a elevetr thin:
'rom1 his poi nt 0of view inl readitn ai
oilinn tinig oni Mr. Bro'O Is sp'echlt
heo Chicago Conviention 01' 18(8, bu
lie Georgila Senator irespionded ini Ith
)cst. eIlbr't lhe has yet. ina~de. 1 le shiow
dl that lie patetd compthani withI th
)eni'nrtie inart y of hlis St'ate~ becau.s
ip to 1872 it ld ii' irtuallt' refu'sed
ieceit (lie r'esulIts oftho wll', Ile m'c
ir'iedl to it whien it. huid dolle so I
rood t'aithI. lie deiine'd htimselo f as
'ntatural D~emtoerat,"' 111d nit. as
IBoutrbon," snch as TJo mbsn coith
pe'sented accepted thue niew e'oid
11as1 antd mloved( wiithi thema. It wvoul
'esist, howeveri, all attempjts to aigi
mit Soth ertn ignor'ance on top. e
tiiir lirown' made1(1 his ownI piitio
>oth etlear andil consistenit , attd Ite e'
lisihied hntiselfC still ltmore as a pml
inmbenit ary's leader.--Ilus/on G/obe C'i
esp~o nden oce, ..'lpil 2:.'?
hTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
C'OUNTY' OF FAI1 RIiEl.
CO(UllT' OF CO)MMON PLE~AS.
Ketziah Tlidwell and Mai'~ ry J. Ming<
Deotoendmn Is. Snu~nnons I'or' Relief
Comiplaittt ntot Served'(.
Co ''na Der~(EN Ars A lovE-NiMn
Y ( I itre her'eby siummoifned l a11i
lu1ire toC~ ans115wer the C1omtpIn t in thi
iietionl, which'h is tiled in (Is ollicoe
the Clherk ot' ((1nomon Phens, forii thI
lvbir a'11 nwer to Ithe said Com in' IIt o
ht h sbscri bers lit t hir (11lice, Witin,
tori), South Carolina, wit biin twenat
lys af terl t he sOrice heret'of', excilusivi
ia' thte daly ofI suhli servliice; andit if vi,
['dl to answer' thtoComtplainit wvithtin'th
one111 Storidtil the philinltiff int thi
liini wiht aply~ to the Court for1 th
'elioet' dlemlaledI ill the ('ompl~'ainlt.
( AL LAlRID & IREY'NOL1DS,
l'o tt' 1Defe'ndantts Da)n. Wi. G ladidet
h eziah Tlidwiell a 111nd lary~ J. IN tig
Thake niotice thant the Summttons (i
a'hichi the thre'g"oinig is at copy) andi th
30mliplatint in this ac(tioni were' tiledi
hie olie ot' thet Clerk of' te Court (
lhe 2nd day of Mlarch, A. I). 188K~
C AL LLAlt D) & ii EY'lNOLI )S,
mch 22 .xl',
Hi.AROE AND DEVEL.OP THE FORM,
If shrunk wholy or Int part from nature or is.
D . dlo. Af clat o . A h and rend l
chat referentce. Correapcedeco con~fd i Elai.
's.I Atma A ND Cn KAt '.-IIh Olor (0 pItico
Sliate .iver Pll within tihl! relan Of Atli, th
1ce of AMay Apple 14Pls h.s been reduced t
1.01.1.ntar box. 151d b all Drtiggists in t
I Wheln Y4t noti(o3 choiera In Xour l'.og" Ain
chickels, give themiii Shoenfel' Stoe e
freelky, and they 1il recover. It i iiest, loni
ever, to colnnenc he(11 use of the lock Fee
( a ItIle alead of Uph? cholera s NVIa. wilich WI
wevrevent thl froil taking tile diisease.
d QI'ratAN, (OA., April 18. 187.
For th10 betlellt (IF all ths Who Are Intel
ested in rolsilig folsi I take pIlenstire in recoar
)' mendIig Shoenfl's M1ediented Stock Feed.
C I 'd several llickens wi eitn cholera, and by tb
yIso of this wonderfl urticle, given accordin
10 (it reetions, oIf -mI got well, and iare no,
g in heatby condition. Wal. TENNILLE.
Attly concur in th(e aIOve,
1 tol by tie druggists of this couhty
Messrs. Lamar, IRankin & Lamar, Dea- Sirs
I had been troubled for a long hilne before usinj
our Consumptive preparation, with somicthin
p Ike Asthina. Iand lifter using only two bottle
0 of your lirewor's Lung iestorer I breathed per
fectly free, aDd hpvo felt 110 Symptom) Of til
V disease slieo. I tim conftitent your mnedlein
Cu cured 1ue, andi I Cheerfully reccomneoid it to al
who aro sufferIng from Asthnta,
JOIIN D). IROSS.
i MACON, 0A., Mareh 20, 1881.
3Nleas. I'nmar, Ilanklik & I.amiar, Pleart Sirs
I have tised your 1i(wer'si Ling lestorer foi
tVei igo, ai haevtiever been troubixt with 11
sim . snlig the Ileineu'. I cannot, My to(
1nuch f'm It. and cheer(ftilly reeoinmen(I it t(
all who nuet relief froma Vertigo.
0 Yours truly, J. 11. AitTOPE.
It MAcoN, OlA., March 20, 1880.
NMpews. Lamar, Rtankin & Lainar, Delair Sirs
i suffered two years 3vith Consumption. tnl(
1. dtuing the t111o wais t oatedl by l)rS. Itend
Thiomaiiis, Cltniltoi an1d others of this city, tla(
also by At protninent., physlelan of Macon, (Ai.
wittlot 1intding any relief. Aly hiusband boughl
e tne six hottles of your Brewer's LIaig tRestorer
t wh llht began to take tit on(ce, adia fiind lim.
,inet Ie relief. I have used thev six bottles and
I hauve' never felt, a syiptolim of the dielase since
1and my general health is better than it ha,
been i It years. I thaerofore recoInmnend it, to ill
wbo iiave Conaatituptnytia as a l'earl boyond
I lice. Very respect[ully,
ARS. M. U00L181Y.
Sold by the Druggists of this county.
THIOUSANDS USE IT, WIY llE*SITATE?
- JOY To TI WotR.n I WOMAN Is Fx .-n
t Ainotag file many disvov'ries looking to the
happiness and amellioratIlon of t he htinarace,
lion1e LI cntitlet to higti t er CO1"i attio thatl
D~r. J. Bradilld' Pe'nale lReguliator, "Womnant
Biest Friend." By it woman Is emancipated
from numberless Sil peculiar to her sex. Be
fore its inagle power all Irregularities of the
womI vanih. It eures "Whites." Stppression
of th "melses,"antid renoves utolitte obstruc
tions. It, cures Constipalton and strengthens
the system, braces the nerves and putrilles the
blood. It never falls, its thousaulus Of women
I Prepared by Dr. J. Bradlield. Atantn, Ga.,
S1rice $1 60 per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
TuoM01ASyriL, (M., JuIe 28, 1878.
I have been selling Uiradllleld's Ferniale llegu
-lto for etrs, fand it still colitiues l)o)utllr
an1 evide~nc'e of its heliag all 0lirateal fo it. I can
recall instances in whilch it alforted relief after
all the usual rem(Altes had failed.
8. J. CASSiLS, Druggist.
I --v - -. .
MAcoN. GA., Nov. 1, 1879.
Dr. C. J. Moffett-lear Sir-We have been
-h11ntlliit TthItlIn3) for 'everal yen 5. s.n1(d the
. etanti Inerteasess the artilClebcnomes intro
duced id I i k 'own. O11r sales average from
two 1ttitlEe g: 05s'i 11111oth. We helleve that,
ytr Teethina (Tleethiitag Powders) wIll eventu.
altly become a stantdilrd find in1dispensible arti.
111' or iuno singa insta nt .s ;t I aciled t 1ire
.'atis/a1ion. No eOmit.itt has ever been 11'a(1
to lsi, hetee we conclutle that, it (loes all you
chii tor it... Meriz isi bo mi )to silee a.
HUNT, IHAN KIN & LA MARlt, Druggists.
P ittav, U ., April )-1. 1879.
I have watellet the 11s of 111 tie-lc lie now
, ita as--8)f philitle 1pectille" since thle
,'year isa-over 60 years--and have never heard
Of a taillure 1o culre when proporly taken.
i entitnenced tie ts of It, ol Iniy slaves, bethvOW
sito.1 And 185hr. tlt( also Old 't number of g Wty
neighbors and in every Case that anme 'WthIn
.nmy ignowledg~it effeeted a euro. In1 1835 muV
tai (oa Jdasl' not~ l(a4ranatedl. Alte!' ie pttrchasr
- ( l::> io-.u1 !5 !:'eh 13a-1 --tm SyphiNu tot
L I (t'e'v yourN't J ila he'ad wvas w'.ithouItt. 11 haw1 onl
.. It lie t renteti him itha this remedyl3' andit in
four' Weeks hte wmli soundi atnal wiell, and1( in a
1 short. t line hald tas floe a head of hi it' as wva
evecr owned- by a regro. lie owned this silve
mnany y3ear's, tend1 he ieer had any' return'a 01
the disease, 110r lost, a (lay's wor'k. This is only~
,onae a nlonlstlundreds oif inlsti.naces of remalirka.
,ble cutres er 'to by this mnedilno In aill my1
past. life I 1..1v ne iaver kniowtn It tremetdy that1
,woutild so ity accomnplishi what, it Is rcom-~
moeaded to tio. Ii. L. DENNAltD.
8 TtfJE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, P'roprie.
j'orsi. Atlantu, Oa.
.Coil hi' all Drtuggists.
S Caill 101' a copy)3 of , Younog Meni's Frtiend.i"
Defective Watch Cases ate one of the chiel
l nul~Ss oIf o. 1many33 watthes not1 beling good'
i ime piecaes. Tfice cases beting thin and( ntL hi
Iia14': ell. adainlt, dust 11nd( dlrL to te move.
ment'tt, whIaiich 50011 inttrfer's wilh thle rutnnking
pats of thla watch neIcsit at Inag ('leanintg, 'c.
patring, kI., ant:l h tillmnount thus1 paidl out ii
aplied' teoward buyinag a gaoal case I u tite be-.
ginn 1ing~, wtouhilthave taVeal all thli trouble1 and(
e.x pense. We haave' r' eently sceln a caise t hat
ataets all thteso r'eqrinenit ts, it, havinag beel3:
carrIel for' ovi't wenlty ( yar; nit still re'tinains
perfect-. We'I rfder to thea .1S. 11OSS' P'attonl
St ifteneda Goldl ('ase, wh1'hl hats become onc
of thea stale atiehi of Itheo Jewelry tradea,
SPosessing a is It does so miany~ altivantag's oveil
-all othler' wautchela'sl, being miado of twv
heavy p~lates of sollId goldl over Ii plate of com-0
lositlona, A isd weC ad~vi. aill ('urI re aetrs to last;
t haIr J!veelarfor a Ilrd orIea 01' ll 0 tIZtha(lmt, will
exph11 a itn ilhe manner' lin whIch he3It ' larmtatie,
S It Is ihe only3 $tlfl'enead Cmase ltde wilth twc
- h 1)11 es of gokd, seamlek's pen'tlatls, alnd centre,
solid jolits, erown'a pie('es;r k., ail of whalh at
cove'ared by3 letters lenOtt. TriIefore buty a
* case bifore~ ionisult gOn Jt'wtelir wh'o keeps thte
, JAM. lHOS' 'aten Sth'iffeneda' Goldt Unsie, I isi
Iyout 113 iny 'tn the dilTerencue b't~tween it, nn(
-all imitations thai, claim to he eqttalily good)
- For sale by3 all r'esponisle .Jewele'irs. Ask (e
s'e the wtatt'ant. that, atcLoltlpanies ech 0,1st'
tattd dont't tM persuaded thai, anay othter make t
ensao Is as good- aup 12.
M. L. KINARD's
COLU;MIIA, S. O.
JUST. receiveod thae latrgest iand mos0
(1 comapleto stock of SPR IN~,; (ILOTHINC
e that hasa over beeon in thto Staite, andt a
eprices to suti, thto timesci.
SITLS OF ?AllDDLESEX FLANNEL
Wir'ranated, lat. $12.50.
-MI N' S ALL WOOL ChEVIOT SU1TS
Watrrantted, tat $10. 50.
YOU TI'I.S' SU['T8 FRO~M $3.'i0 to $15.00
Li BOY8',SUTS $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, AN1
A MO aN fino stock1 of T'aylor's cel brator
MIna'ina~w Sirlaw 1Iafs tand Alailags,
in shtades ol'Silver,. Tlan, Chocolato
I HfAVE~ atdded to lmV stock fitno ahioes fo:
gentlemon, to cotpjleto an1 ouitfit, gutaran
teed not1 to rip or break; if' they3 do, wiil
give iaothear pail'.
upI) 12 dly
I c " . -,
IN connection with the Buggy and
Spring Wagon busincss, I hayo for
sdalo Clho well-kinown
"OLD RICKORtY" .
Farm Wagon. Mly one-horse wagons are
coupled the same as a two-horse wagon,
have front bounds and rocking bolster.
Warranted for two)yo pmonths,
J. ML CURRINNS,
Opp. Dunlovy & Faut'
WE havo now oponed our STOCK
of SPRING and SUMMER DRY
GOODS, and ask an inspection of
tho saino by the PUBLIC.
Each Department is full and
Complete, and in Styles, Quality
and Prices are Second to NONE.
All we ask is that you examine
OUR STOCK, and we will convince
you that wo
"TALK SOLID FACTS."
McMASTEl, BRICE 4 KETC[IN.
Borller & Elgel'
PINT BOTTLES AT ONE DOL..C
LAR FER DOZEN.
HALF PINT BOTTLES AT SIX
TYFIVE CENTS P.10R DOZEN.
BOTTLES TO BE RETURNED
SUMMERin u~ IEVERMAES.
CLARET PUNCH ES,
llE ndersig~ned having purchased thic
I.stock in trado, rcent ly ownled b~y
A. P. Miller, prooes to soll tI.o slame at
and below orlj na cost. Ho offers Frcech
ad t th ny-five cents per p~ound
LaiB askets at cost,, Dells and Toys
J UST JECEIV.L(D,
and always on hand , Fresh JBf~analIs, Or
angos, Lemons, Apples, Cakes aJ i Dreads a
of different kinds. ,~ftN
f#' Bread, good and .fresli alwa 'on
hand . a.t a m
CLO T HING.
IN order to reduco our stock of Coats at forty cents, Men's Coats at
CLOTHING, we will offer induce- fifty cents. Black Alpaca, in
monts to cashi purchasers from this Froclis and Sacks, at very low
Liato. I have a largo and well assort. figures, and the best selection of
Dd stock of Gonts', Yotlj' and yloys' LINEN IUCK and MARSEILLES
Cassimoro suits in all styles and col- VESTS in the BORO. Call and
ars. Also Blue Flannel Suits for supply yourselves with a full outfit.
Qents, Youths and Boys, at a small Underwear in great variety and at
idyance on COST. Gents' diago- VERY LOW PRICES. In addi
al Coats and Vests, in Frocks and tion to my Clothing Department, I
3acks, and very stylish and light keep on hand a fino stock of Dress
mmer dress suits.. Children's Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
rancy kilt and linen suits. Boys' Trunks, &c., &c. Give me a call.
may ,B. SUCrENI-zDE3 l E
Tlle Earliest Flowers of Sprig !
COT..UrMIPJA, .SOUTH CAROLINA,
HAVE RECEIVED lenutiful Cambrics at 8j cents. Beautit'ul Lawns at 01 cents,
elanftiful Calicoes at 6j cents. Lar-ge Linen 'iowels at 25 conts. I.argo Linen Towels
.t 10 cents. GontA' silk lnd 1kerchlies (beauties) at 6O cents. Laies' Lawn Hand
ercihiefs at 10 cents. Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefu (Marvels) at 25 cents.
- BEAUTIFUL LINE OF SHOES IN ALL QUALITIES
ADDITIONS to our large and select stock made every week. Samples sent on
DESPORTES & EDMUNPS,
Mrcli 8 COLUMBIA, 8. 0.
'0 THE LA DIES OF PA.IRPIELD GO UNTY;
I iAVE jitst opened and ]imve now ready For vour inspection one of tho
argest and best. selected stocks of 3ILLINERV., FANCY GOODS AND
;OTIONS ever brouht to this nlae.
MI.HS. BOAG, wit h the assistance of her new milliner, MISS BLACK, of
alltilore, iitenids spain no 110 pains inl tlicse departments, and will replenish
nd keep thein full dring the season.
A FULL LINE OF DIIESS GOODS, Bluttons and trimmings to match. Tho
'est and cheapest, line of COlSETS. Also a lot of Linen Ulsters and Uider.
DAVIS TE ITICAL FEED
rIIE best in the marke to plain or heavy and fine 'family sewing. ONE
THUSANI) D.)OLLA18 ItEWARD ti> any one who can compete wIth
r-bothl as ia machine and the range of work it, turns out. Warranted to wear
4th any of the first-class niaehine on the market. Two hundred of these Ma.
hines in use in Fairfield County.
-A T--ES J I -T ST .- 3
A fine lot of Planting Potatoes, Onion Sets, Seeds, Corn, Oats. Cheese,
Arickers, Cakes. Cahtlie. 3eon, Flour, Meal, Hams, Smoking ai Chewing
.obacco, Cigars, Bedsteads, Matiresses. Tbles, Sates, Chairs, etc.
To arrive, 15,000 feet of' Good Assorted Luiber.
Dry Goods, of all kinds, Millinery, etc., low down to make room for a new
At of Spring Goods.
ina 3J. 0. BOAG,
Y STOCK of Furnituire, which will he the largest, handsomuest and Chap
est accordinlg to (qtniity, an(] for desigil 111d w'orkiaiiship uneiqualed*
temleinber that all my goods aire wairraited to be as repi resented. Price your
nllrnliture else where, then couie to the first-chiss store where you will have tiho
lest selection and Caln hutr cheaper. Bear inl m1ind that I Ship goods to idge
vn. BIlythewood, White' Oak, Woodward's, Blackstock, aid is far s Chester
.1( Yolk. ntbis is a. recomienidationi of' the quality uid price of my goods.
A 'ew supply of Window Shades, Wall Pockets, Brackets, Mirr6rs, Picture
Piines, Chiromios, 1Hat Itacks, and Illook Shelves, cheaper than tho cheapest.
'he l:argest sulpply of Ti Chamber Sets, inaade to match Cottage auld Chum
RMr Suits. Call and see I hen. A new supply of Sew ing Machines as good as
Ily. D~on't l it N~ uIiie In3 erely beOcaulse your mother or your neighbor has
t and likes it. ieeniuiiitit i ti ost of' t~to matchines that tire most largely
mitd have bit little merit. I11 oe you want is the one that will save yot
lme and vexat ion, is noiseless, rims light and will last a long the. I have
t. Rememiber the Gold Medal was awarded to one of the Machies I ropiesenE
Iver eighty competitors. I can refer you to many that are usin it, and ithas
Iwys agiven Olitire Satisfaction. Remnenber that I am agent for a Door and
;ash Factoi'v, All orders etiuste p to me will havo promnpt attention and at
hie lowest pilCe.4. Fuirniture neatly repaired at modecrate prices. I amn also
oretcred to make to order. uit er ni ad Shingles fbr sale atsmnall profits. SOW
no, Machine Needles and attachments and parts of Machlncs can be had through
ne. Don't fail to call before purchasing elsewhere. It. IV. PHILLIPS.
SEEDS THAT SURPRISE! SUBSCRIBE FOdi THEi
THx x ARMERS' i"rONANZA." WEEKLY PALMETTO YEOMAN,
Maoxlxo, a now vegetabtle from R. A., diffrng' CS.V
from anytling ever grown here. (leliclos raw or OOUMBIA, 8. 0,
cooked. Seed1 80.nt mail 20Oeta. a paper.c toyi% It is n e go pae, deaIgned for
laao 0 e an olgat- pa p o dugn
lIots tobenM rihfes han 00 kn. F1no tho people, filled wvith interesting mnatter
fodder lant, Also. Seed 15 eta. 11 pAr ~ciiti -E0anily Rteading, News, Markets, &c.
Queen &aternelon, ust imported, nargestvarioty .it no yer, Mark0;so&c
over grown In 1. J., firm, luscious, crisp an2 uts$riptio0; Ono year $1
uaryr; beat to k or shfilea et.apapo Months, $1.00; Throo Mont, 60 Conta
peeds, S papers for *1. Very searco. JLog-of-wVoodj 0i dac.FrSxNmssc
Muskatlon. largemt known 2tol3feet ong-fine aYablo in advanco. For 81 N
iiealy rlifir, 19 yt,.,rt 7per.'cnimax ine Dollars an Extra Copy for one ear.
Tonanio.~~~ year.fao ery po icnl 711
>rmo hivery va ,hl .L papr ihn ons fanisifhed. T lo D AILY EO.
I i outh where other corn falls. Unequale'
for table or ntck, 20 o aelmw. 12 .ol. M IJUN
f > fee'.aone twandas: 1i010 i tw 1I>". Editor nd Publisher
ai o * ONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADEyfu
ilfregneo: nion. W. canhsuni -taoro J UtOHASE your Engines from us, and
stta ave $100 on a 10 Hlor~e; $200 on a
- ~ 2 0 o re , a d $ 3 0 o n a p r ho o rs e -P o w e r
OTICEis heeby gven tat I i bain ig ~nos, Gins, Presses, Saw and
aY pyC io herb Judgen ftrhato Ifwil Mrit Ills, Threshprs, or any kind Of
nal scharo tae Exutdo of rbt or il nery. We areoManufaoturers' Agents
fiJoalph iLaouon, adEecord et t ur-il and guarantoo Batl'faction in quality an
aysep M ay 4 l.n,1881.,onSttr price. W4 IER &~ LUD,
sy, May. A.,K ENN1, . . N o. 135 M e ih St., W est side
op 1 -.lx3*Eecu', aar arlnto'n Hote, Charleston, & Q