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J UIN' MElS'AND HERALD.
WtIN N8OMO, S. U,
H1UU1ItDAT, Mfay 10, 131.
- *'e~ 'a.wm'rg for a Son eao
UnA is the legtiatae result
efl talenat, energy and enterprise.
Tis Philaderphia TYmes is responsi
:.ble for the ridiculous assertion that
Senators ilamipton and Butler havp
combined viththe ril'-ralf of Radical
ism ~in.2.th Carolina so as to divide
Federal patronage in tLe State. We
will next be told that the mouni is mado
of green cheese.
FRANCE has established a protector
.1 over 'Tullis, I.hus practically gob
.' Aw up that semi-baibarous state.
French government has
- . a ay de'igns pOu Tulnis
- AI thd jealousy of Ital v.
- c een ot' the protectorate
v eeienIt IaL Romlie, and
II wr(e comp.1lled to abdi
odr. aWill the new
- war agl~ainst France?
n ave recuperated very
. .eir reeent disaster in
tile r , 111(1 m0ight iake it
eceei.y Ilteaalt for tle-Itaianiuis.
A week ago the Herald correspond
ent from Washington mysteriously an
nounnced that Conlkling had a nitro
glycerine bomb in readiness for Gar
field as soon as Robintson was contirm.
ed. No one knew what was meant,
but, the explosion occurred on Mon.
day, when the Vice-President laid be
re the Senate the announcement of
the resignation of the two Senators
from New York, in consequence of
the usurpations of the President. This
caused a great sensation, and some
Democrat remarked it was a good
;.ime to go into an election of officers
of the Senate. For the first time since
Mabone's somersault, bir. Dawes
omitted his diurnal resolution to pro
ceed to this election, and was consid.
erably badgered about it.
Conkling and Platt wrote a long
letter to Governor Cornell explaining
their resignations. Briefly, they re
count the notninatlions by the Presi
dent for Federal ollicers in New York,
asserting that, competent officials were
displaced simply to give Gartield a
chance of appointinig Rtobhison as a
"reward" for having"aided in manki ng
the noinination of (iarllcd possible."
They assert that they had been told
only a few hours betorec that no
changes were to be inade soon or even
considered, and that they had better
defer all recommendations on the sub
ject until the Presidenlt gave notice
that he was ready to receive thema.
This, by the way, is the most serious
eharge brought against Garfild in the
whole letter. They add that thtey
.made no cominment, merely requested
the President to withdraw this nomi
nation, and were thereupon savagely
attacked for "attemp~ting to dictate to
the administration."' Arthur, Platt,
James and Conkling joined in this
written protest, which wasa not heed
ed. The iletr alleges that alinmost all
the mnerebants of' New York, and six
ty -eight out of' eig hty-onte Repubhlican
tfn'tmbers of thet New~ York L gislatutre
7 '! ' ' the remoano oal'c Mer
, .a> .aiaad bleen in uillee hut. tw~io
years out ot' ahe custonary touru,
Whent the fight waxed warnm, the
Presidlent withdrew eertaini ia nonitat
tions lhe laud previensly unaide, t hus
shtowinig he hadt niothaing agaainst the
fitneOss of the app~lointees., but was
using these ottlees as personal per
quisites. Tihen it was annonneed that
thle Presidett would '"reset"' anyr on
l'oaitiona to his acts. They qulote Gar
tiI .1s ina ani'al aon civil surv ice re
formn anad aallegea that lie has utterly
viOi-uI his pled!-.
La . i li i la hanes may he mnade
C' N -'w appoinitee is better thani
dw ' +om this does not apply ini
th" Ur~ tti' zawee . oinson ha
not itu tif '.1l a pe liatr ltne-.s for
jte "Sl ,e ce:ona ihitlow the New
York'T i: 1 Ea enneotionat lust year
tiule, and naowai a :r ilbisont had
tacepted a place ona these terams lie
went~ . ('i..g tuai bJohtted the G rait
ticket fr* m (the very first, antd pe~rsna
dod oth er deb'hgates to violate theira
Rin~)ison in t heref'ore unfit for thec
hih trust , and Senaators sworat to vote
accordinag to theira conaseicntce can not
bo' votet aainst hinm even at the risk
otf beintg conasidered ''disloyal to the
exent i ve.''
Undler these circumstances Platt and
Conkling beg leave to step down uad
out amnd let some one else take their
This laust is evidently intended in a
Pick wickian senase. Neither Roscoe
nor his mant Friday has any other lidea
than that the Legislature, whach hn
longs to Conkling, will Scnd lhin back
with a whoop and hurrah. T1his is to
be a ''vindication"' bitt it wiill amount
to nothaing ats the "jry is paicked.
The New York Legislature p~assedl
resolutions endorsi ng RlobintsonI's notn
iatiton, antd to endorse Conakling also
will require a good (deal of tergiversri
tion and~ leek-swallowinag. A Radical
piolitician is equal to any emergecyc,
andl this willl not, sit heavily on his
consclince. What the Robinson Re
publicans are goi ng to do about it Is
the questiona. They canntot sit in the
Legislature and have their muan abused.
Well-linformcd parties say there will
be a cyclone in the Radical field be
fore long, and some go so far as to say
that Conkling will come back and re
fuse to go linto the Reptiblican~ caucus.
Ie and Davis and Mahonq might start
UP an I ndlepoAneidt little btlatice-of.
poier-ca~tt.us of their own next De
We don't see What Conkling will
make of thuis business. Ile lo in a
ridiculous attitude now; atid can only
save himself by pulling downI the
RM.J 1 party-. Let him pill. Nobody
(owI Iths way caI'es. It is a Betsy
and Bear light, with chances favoring
Thoughts on tho Defect* of tho Proeut,
Systemn, With their osAblo Itemedy.
Messrs. Editors: During the fifty
years imm11et'iately proceeding the late
var the teachers of our schools were
generally employed foy ten amil sopie
titmes for ele.veu months in the year.
This gave opportunity for those who
could not attend regularly, to attend
at any time or tinies diring the year
when circumstances made it conven
lent ; and was especially favorable to
boys and young men who had to as
1st in makin ig and gathering the crops,
as they could attentd for a time at three
distinct periods in the year. Also
these schools, embracing the spring,
su i mome aId VIall months, gave to little
children and girls, who could not so
well attend durinig tile winter, the
most favorable school months. This
also gave employrment to our teachers
during the , ear and enabled them to
live by teaehlim alone. 'Thus each wI'as
enabled and encouruged to qualify
hhiself for and devote his time to
teaching as a profession. But now
our schools continue from two to live
months, scarcely averaging foul'
months during the last teul years, and
are taught during the most untavor
able seIsoni of tile year. The teacher,
often not knowing how long he is to
teach until a little before the time ex
pires, is instructed to discontinue the
school at a certain time, and finding
that his pitiful salary of twentty-fl'e I
dollars per month (in otr eounty) has
been well nigh exhausted ill 'servingr
the public, he is forced to seek some
other calling to support himself and
faiIi lI during the remainder of the
stcholtstic year. But what about the
'"pay school"? While wo have ny
liberal-minded and thoughtful citizenls
who really desire to give their chil
dren a iProper education, yet. wv hen the
pay school is uentioied they find
themsel echs Standing al iiost i aloie,
the majoritv of our citizens revi ng
upon the pueic school alone, and say
ing that the educatioi.ti tax is all they
all pay 1or 1 he educi-ationi of' their chilii
dIen,, anyet witil 1n11V of our11 citi
Zeus the educaltional tax would scarce
ly amount to teni cenits p'r Iontuh for
Itheir chik1ren11. Thus theaImy -choliol"
either falls to the groulld or two or
three noble itet have to bear the
ihole burden. The (tith is, though
not so designed, t he s'hool fnild. as
now applied, hIlas ill it', pra.-liral el-et
killed the "pay school." l31t let u<
look a m1om1ent a 'I tlis educationai l tIax.
The tax ol $1,000 of* p'ropert.y is two
dollars (estimatingsx at. two iIl.)
Suppo)se this is my tax had I have twol
childhreni to send i'o sooli. al I senid
themte o ntb1011 I:. the iot pay just 1ten
cent(s per' month11 for each. .11' 1 send
Suppilose' CILIeml tree chtiblren to a
pay 168 eents per' mtht. Anid to one
wiho pays ta xes oni 82,0r )0 ofprj oorte
it is 33ft cet.'Is per1 itnnh. ('nn anyi one
outside (t' t he asyhunit supp'e lhis is
all I oughlt to dto for thle edhtr'ati.:m of
1howod~l11 or t) thiouid dollard'
irize1 and ai-' 0y11m' peolel withI
schools, which, in their du~ration,. are
LOta Ily itetin t'lo0 to meet t he ntreds ot
0our Pole, or' to giv.e OUR chiildren~ the
Cdnehat jolt nceCssar~y e'ven for thle comi
mnil dulties of hlte.' Bitt the evil dloes
Iindhiff'erencte and~ neoglect hti regard' to)
'the educar 'on of' our1 children1. Many
catre but Ii ttle who treches 011r schtools
ort wi'halt th qu' jlalitienltionotf the0 teach11
er' is, so long as theRy pay 0 nothing for
it,-*but wuhena they pay the teacher thtey
are' more0 ~onlcernedLt in regard tot this.
As aI genueral pIriciple we geerally'
valuie t hinigs ini propor01tionl to n~ ha'
tthey' co-t us, Butt this iindilfctrence of'
siitI is futhr stle n 80in tthe irtregtul'i
ty ofthtendanluee ill 0our pulblic schoofls.
Whten the parenCts lpay the teacerts
thant when they do itot. It is ve'ot'
aIsy lot' parents1 fr'equenth-' to titid
Fotethd in tor111 their ichlildred to do at
htoite whett they (d0 niot pay liar thes
1timeI. Anid as feachers wellI kntow
t here is no( est imat inug thle discour'age
men11 tiu nd dt'isavn tagec to I the11( c i'he n
'on accoun11t of thmis irriegulimtv. it
tends to prevent ( teahin fro be0in
ai-tinet pot'ssioni, and Its a11 ons'l 1E
andt inellliciet t eachiers, wiV le L it iliin
ishes thle tnutuber101 of' miore etleiet
oneCs. It pays$ thle sate saihit to al1l
t'echers of' thle same1. gr'ade' withioti.
any~ reg.ar'd to t hel.ir ex peient hce, skill
or adaptationt fo'ld hei work1. 'lThis is
a check upon01 a-lvanceen~t. and1( tends
to hon er 1the sta1ndardof otduat ion.bi
10i' of teaherls tthe samle grado (ceer
and1( femal t111each er's, arue wyorth mtore~
than11 1 wice as mneh11 ill 1the scho'ol-r'oomi
than othler's. It tends(1 to diminish151 thle
salary'~ o1 ou ' taher s, hothI tfromi ad
8ire to run1 thle school s as long as pos
si ble and1( also on1 accu'11lt o' the con
stant multiplicmatijol of' new schlools
withI applienition~s, wyithI ~ whicht our
trustees aIre worraied, muort 0or less
every yealr. Nowi ine lower0t t het saa
the gr'eater iil be the numerl of' a11
1)ihants ttnd the 11tn1O inilej'int they
will be. Th~e schlool Itrulstees of 0on'r
county had a conivenitionu someiI yearst
ago, 11( and fied thle sitrv of' all hirst
gr'ade cerl~itiites ait  per mionith
'-just halft or t hat. of' some other coun.i
ties, and, shiall II say it, jutst hialft of'
wI'hat, fatr less ellleint teac'hers rived iC(
In tIs cout 'I uider' Hidical rule.
'Thle trunstees no0 doubt fi xed lie salariy
at. $25 in order' to roun thIi schools as
long its p~osible. Thev m donhale lss ~oni
sideretd isb the Wiser coursel. Pre
vioins to t he late war' thle salaries of'
ordinary gootd teachet's ranged from
$300 to $600, aIccor'ding to qual itien
tions and~ the itnmbetr of puplils.
sa1w it stated ini the - New Yotrk Ex
aminer' sonme time ago t hat the: average
salaries of0 ech' inl the sixteen
was, males $35 anid foimales $30 pier
mouth, so1 01ur count1 y is $10) per' motnth
below tho average of tese sixteen
S tates. But why shouldt 0111 Ica ..~r
receive less uovtbian befo'r the iva
Is oducation less 11111 Itant, 01 are ourW
teachers less valuable?. Or did they
then ol receive too nmuch, or are we ret,
rograding? Our present system (in
its admnin strationl I ean) pays no
niore for teaching forty or fifty schol
are than for teaching ten or fifteen.
'lhis is obVIOusI3l. unjust, for ithe salary
Is not comillensuarato with the amount.
oflabor bestowed. Should our law
yers receive the same amount of fees
regardless of the nitmaber of the niumi.
ber of cases committed to them? Or
should our Legislature pass a law that
all lawyers shonikl receive the samte
fee 'or each case regardless of' its ang
nitude, importance or expense? *
So far I have coitined in1%vself to a
class o' evils growing out o' the short
ness of the time in whieh our schools
Coitinue. Bnt how, it amay be asked,
can these evils be remedied when the
funds appropriated will not run themn
for a longer time ? I think a remedy
very simple and effective can be found
for all these evils, one, too, that woul(
secure to us all the benetit of our pres
ent educational appropriation, whi,le it
would be free front the evils referred
to. This can be seen in a manoent by
a siniplo illustration .---Oug teachers
now receive, Say $100 for Ibur mthstl ;
let them receive this same amnount in
tenl monaths--t dollars per inoth ;
an(l let this ten dollars per month be
so much per inio1th towards aiditng
the patrons ofeach school in naking
up a smlary for their teacher. Or the
time could be fixed at ninae mttonths
which would give $11 per* tmonatl.
Thus would w- have penmnnent
schools, salaries varringr according to
th1e 1 numi ber of pupils, t more general
intterest ill education would be infued i
and every ,chool would receive the
benefit of the State appropriaft ion.
There is, I suppose. no legal barrier to
prevent ourl eomi)ssione r and trus
tees trout consuimmating att arratnge
ment ot' this eltaracter.
A uother class of evils and a remedy
will be suggested noxt week.
B. F. CORLEY.
PO)l7LA Rl SCIf Nu;.
AcconIxo to Dr. Wiedehohl, fungua
growths in oellar may be combated
either by bunting sulphur or by pour
ing twc parts of concentrated sulphuric
auid over onle part of coniuon salt, and
so closing all openings as to provent any
escape of the vapors.
WATu made slightly salt, anl to
which bran to tho proportion of one
quart to oveR y gallon has been addod, is
said to inreau the yield of milk by 25
per cent. f it Is givenl to cows as thoir
ordinary drink. After a short time the
COw3 will reftr- pure wattor, unrle.35 they
are vry thirsty.
Wsu potatoes are frozon tho amount
of cugar they contain is d'oubled, the
starch undorgoing a corresponding dim
intutiont vhile part of the protoin passes
from the coagnlable into the soluble
form. iDuring the process of rotting,
the potato loses halt its nitrogenous con
stituents and the wholo of the su1gar.
I' is found that sawdust can be ou
verted into a " liquid wood," andi aftmr
ward into a solid, tiexible, and almost
indestruetible mass, wihicl, when
incorporated with animal matter, rolled
and dr-ed, can be used fr te1 o. t deli
cate imipressions, as well as for the form
ation of solid and duirale articles. To
accomnphlt thte mth od pursuedI is to
immor~se the dust of any kind of wood in
diluted suJlpric acid, sufliciently
strotg to aff'ect the fibers, for son
days, the fitner parts beinLg thent passed
throught a sieve, well stirred, anfd al
lowed to settle. The liqinid is dra:iuod
front the sedimient and t Ih. lter umixed
witht a proport ionto <qat y o f annua
matte'r, simailair to that used for glue;
the uaan ia thet rolled, packed in~
tiolds, anad allowved to dIry.
As automvatic biri -k-making machine
of great efliciecy and1( p~ower isi tamtong
the recent Englhsh inventio'ns. The
driving puleys move at a igh speed;
aud thte 11rst shaft, which is~ caried otn
an outsido b ractket, geairs lby meantts of a
piniou into two eqpual cog-whels.- thaese
driving, resapect ively, one0 the upright
pu1gging shtaft end top) reold, end tho
other the final finishitag press. Theo lat
fer is formed by an overhead t'ro.ts-hecad
carrying a stamup, and con neoted with
thte shaft below by two crankas antd con..
tteeting-rods-this crosheaid and stamp
dbee~nding into the die ini t he table be
lo~w, into which thte brick Itasc beent de
liv'ered, atnd flutally compressing tand
hardenintg it. Undernoath thte tabllo
andt~ die is anothtor revolving crantk or
cam, whtich, ats it rises, pushes the liin
ishied brick fronm the mold, ready for
THEa beauatiful and far-famed rose anti
rod shtadest of French ghlas are producedo
in the following nwnnter. A certaint
amount of aurniterous glass is prepared
beforanud anad rin itn thin plahes anud
fragmnrts of theso plates are used by
thte glatsn- blower to fuoe uplont his work,
thuis giving it a superflhial coloration.
It oftent happens that one and tho santc
compljosit ion of autrifetouts t'rystal gives
plates of very dijh.orent, abd~es---omoe
eolorlessa, others tinged more or less
deop~ly with roaso and1 red, andc somei ad
mtost, blackr ; these ditfevonces being due
to two causes, namtely, the temperature
of the mold into whtich the mlolte~d tmetali
is run, aend thte tomlperaihtro of thme fur
nlac in whmichm the fustion has beent eflfoot
edl. For light-colored pla.es, tho temi
peraturo is mado low antd the mold very
cold. Blue platos ar somtetimes pro,
duced under the same c(irumltstances,
whicht, if reboated, tako tho ntormal
WVnuN tho colobrated Gion. Wolfe
died, a preiumta was offered for thte host
writtent (pitapht on that bravo ofiler. A
nnubor of- poets of tall descriptionsa on
tered thte competItion, and among the
rest was one whto addressed btis commut
nication to the ,Sun, es follows:
nto mlareho3d wthut 'read or fears,
At the head of ble bold gronadfere
And whtat 'was fli'ro retnarkabde.--nay, very parneoa.
tio cilnbedt up rocks th i wetre qua~e perpendicu
- Substcribo i to LtTus Naws A~t
e SP91 NOTICES
ItE rMADLC AND Csbm.-tl ortel' to place A,
reliatle Liver Pil1 within the renen of all, the
prfce of May Appo Pills his been reduced to
13c. j)Pr box. .ottI by all Drugglets In this
When yoU notlio cholera in yotir ho 8s 111)(
chickents, giVe thetn bhoefeld's 410eW Fee%
frvely, and they will recover. It, is best, how
ever, to comnience the use of the Stock Feed
U little ahead of the cholera season, which will
prevent thiem from taking the disease.
qulrM.IN, GA., Aril 18, )8"8.
For the benefli of fill those who are inter
ested in raising fowls I take pleasure in reioni
Ilnending Shoelfeld 's Medicated Stock Feed. I
bad several chiclieno witn cholera, and by the
use Of this wondeyrful artirle, given according
Io directlons, all of thet got well and are now
in a healthy condition. WM. +ENILLE.
I fully Concur in the above.
8. TP. PItICEC.
Sold by the druggists of this county,
Uessrs. Lamar, Itankin & LamIkar, Pear Sirs
I had been troubletd for a long tine before using
T tir Constinptive preparation, wMhI sornething
IkI Asthaa and after using only two bottles
of your Jirewer's Lung litetorer I breathed per
fectly free, and hav e felt no synmptom of the
d(lsele Since. I am confident your medlicino
cured ie, anti I cheerfully reccomniend IL to all
who are stiffering from Asthna.
JoHN D. 1108S.
MACOW, GA., March 20, 1881).
Mesers. Lainar, Hankin & Liammr, Pear SIrs
I have used your lirewer's Lung Restorer for
Vertigo, and have never been troabind with it
sincei using the medLCine. I cannot, say too
inuch for it, ati(l eheerfully reccomnend it to
all who need relief froi Vertigo.
Yours truly, J. B. ARTOPE.
MACON, .GA., March 20, 1880.
Messrs. Lainar, Hankin & Lamar, Dear Sirs
I sfifered two years with Consutimption, and
during the time was tieated by Drs. Read
'Thorias, Chalton and Others of tirs City, Und
also lb a iprominent physician of LIlacon. Oil.,
without filding any retier. Aly husbani bought
me six bottles of your Brlewer's Lung testorer,
which I began to tike at once, al found li
indiate relIef. I h'vo asct Ihe sIx bot ies and
have never felt, a syiptoi of the (isease Aiisco,
a nd my general health is bettor than it has
been1 in years. I thenrfore reconjuiend IL to all
wlo havo Conmtintl)Ion as a Pearl beyond
II -ee. Very respoctfu!ly,
lilts. M. GOOLSBY.
Sold by (he Druggists of tiW couinty.
THOUSANDS USE IT, WIlY IiESITArEc?
JOY TO THY WORLD I WOMAN 1I FussI
Alnong the may ditooverces looking to the
happlinesi aild anilioration of the human race,
Itent Is en titled to hglr Consideration thAln
Dr. J. Bradleld'sj Fernuale ltsegslator, "Woman'ls
Best FIlenid."1 By it .woman is emancipated
fromn nuntberless ills pketillar to her sex. Be
fole Its toogle power all irrefrinlarities of the
wemb vnilsh. It cures "witett." stippressionl
of t1h 'Ineses," and remnves uterine obstruc
11011 . It cures conitipatlon and strengthens
the systilro, braces the nerves and purlilets tile
!ood. It never fails, Its thousands of wonen
Preitred by Dr. .1. Bradfleld. tanta, On.,
p1ile 41 60 pei bottle. Sold by all druggists.
TIIoM.Arv'im., 0mi., June 28, 1878.
I have been selling Urdfleid's Feiaile Regti
lIttor for years, and it still conitinites popillar
ain evidence of its being tll clntined fir it. I can
rtecall jlistailles in which it aIfortled relief after
all the usual reicdles had fulined.
8. J. CA-SELS, Druggist.
M.AcoN. G.i., Nov. 1, 1879.
Dr. C. J. Moffett- Dear Sir-We have been
Itiling Teetlilna for several yea s. and the
telniaid increases as the article becomes itro.
Juted antd is k iow n. Our sales avol -age from
:'no to three g'oss pur tinontl. We believe that
irt Teetinam 0'entin 1111rPowdlers) wtill evenitt
1ly becomte at tantard and find ii(ispent I blot arti.
lt, V91' in io sinyle intain'e has it failed to gire
atrus.No temiplint hias ever We m11111
o us, henee wi voltillde thitt it dloes all y oil
-la11 for it. Meri/ i.< lwU! to -eiO .
IIUNT, H.%tNKIN & LAMAR. Dritgghtts.
I ty, (IA.. April I-i, 1 9
I have w.atcihed til , 1;( of ilti n'elline now%
1 In ns --.swif'I bypiililtl' specfic'' .tinc the
( S'27 -6V(tr 50 yeaus--and itive never heard
4f:1 r; fi1 11 to cure when pro .perly taken. I
allumenceilie UIse of it On ily slaves, between
r0n a Id I5q5, and a lso Old et nunuber of iny
.ihollms ni lid In eve'ry ease Mhat enmrle within
ny l:inowiledge it etTeted a cure. In 1835 icy
)-other-'in-htw,. Geo'g. Wltkerf, Iour/hd at auce
'ifl a1 shnre not Uvarranted. Mlter the purlhasit
I t was <ibeo'tve're' that, he bud had .5rilia for
iwe've yeaIrtt - h1 tVt was witlioit ttir On
il lIc trted(( himn 'hl ibis remedy. itt in
fer'u' weeks be was soundi tam wt~ell, anti in a
51hort tiune hind a~s line a 1'lad of hu ir a w-as
er ouwnlmi by It ltgrot. hef ownedi thIs Slave
lianly years, anld hei uiever h41 ltiny retlirim of
Le ilt'41ea'tse. iuor lost ai dIty's Wor1k. This is o~nly
Oit lltunnut htundretta of intla1.iis of reiarka
Lilt' cetx tuttle by I thi Inedleinu i l i atny
past life I hiavie never knlown a remledy tht,
wtlOtlti so fully ni'eoinpliuit what 10. ia r'eiom
liclidetri to ido. ii. L,. DJENNAltID.
tois. At~lint. . t
i8'0i h" allI i~rnotsts.
IlM'et~ve Wati'h Caues arme one (f tile chief
'aN ot'su so litny wtichesa not belitg goodl
tin lu t iiS. The cases bt'ing Itind not fit
ing welli . aitlmit dust anld dtil to Itie ineve
inent1, wit'lh sooni interfere's with (to rituning
p.tt (s of t lhe un t eli niceissitaitintg clcaning, r'l
Iiirinig, &c., aniti the aimoulnt thus plil out if
lippliell tiowti bulying a good vase i u the be
ginntini, woutldi have si'envl aill this trouble and
L'.\pt'tse. We haive reently seen a ease that
mt'ets all these requiremtenlts, it having beent
Clariled for ever twetity ym'trs aliti still1 remiains
Iwi feet. We recfer to tht' ,IS. 110sM' Patent
Nilfienech (Sold t One, whli'h bits becoine one
ofiI the stitpie aticles 0f thte Jewelry trade,
li'eSling its it rtot's so inantiy ativainttiges lover
all t her' waitch caves, be'ing nmade ef t o
heavyy plates of solitd gohi over at ltto of eottn
posit lilt. A til we advise alt ouri retetrs to aisk
It lx liie onil: sill'emid Caono iarell ii h w
illt Ies of golid. ',emlilei pendai;t5, tttn(t cent ,r',
hoitti jolits, l'rowni piette, &'., lii of g1'ii~i lgmO
t'a.2t 5ieforet c'nslt~ling ai Je'welu' who1 keeps Ithe
you1 mIly latrn the <infl'rcece be'tween It filt
;titl ilnittiolis I hat, cihtimt to heL elitaily good.
t'eri le biy :ill responstble' Jewe'lers. Ask to
See' thle Wvi alait Ltat aclnaul leits t'te'n 1.1se,
11r111 don'1 t he persuadeel tha t anymt her0 iufike of
mis iO Is ' ort- Iap 12
MA DE of puro1 Bi-Car'bonato of
Sodr anhd not marbil'io dust, as is
genri'ally used. Only FiVo Cents
a glass*, tt tho Confect-iiory of
J. W. AIKEN.
A chcico lot of French and Stick
Calndreos to arrive in a low anys.'
ELEGANT JEWELRY CHEAP.
To int roiduice onur new hetyles anud inetnce trado
wne sniakIe'l uth fltlowiug unpiarlleldeil tre'rs ftmr a
aihtrt i me :''t "lTe Iirlin Pauckeit ontalins n gold'
plaited waitchl ('halingatle shawl pin, lagly 's le
gai i eii Ji'wi'lry, ai heiin ill hnImhntiun.(oraliineck
hae,',,e11. of agt stu ~ds, guold pililli hand11 ring, celltar
handkelarcieif, ien, pIllt, comlite enivelopes5 and
vl~sitinog carids. Almm i besoa matiliem to ytin for tIe,. in
14tamli s; i acktsO for (1.00. 'Tho lot can hbu ro.
taileduat from 9M to 5.1.0
TFhe ltoyat lisket 'onlalins, "uie eatperb amethyst
rinhg, co l it oral brnilh set ini buo, fatiiy tueck
lace., coiral sleevo bittoni, '-igraved'i goldm plate1
brai'rleta. ro-l'scarf ini, goilt pilaitd lidy 'as'el. goel
pliati' slee've' buttoin-. te-ivy gotildtetuds. tove'lv
CamiO'i startf' Pin. Ientulno Pairlishii dIamond titd
Afalem tross whsIih P. dhuinioceter, heuiutifnu
Jet ste,'vti hittlomis, plated collar buttoii, platd
link wth en c nt, pilaint gotld plate ring~,anibb~y
ecaieo riing. Matltese0 eair-rttug willh I'. riin muosit
fitlt platel iet wilth whtite atone settings. Jet nnui
m'aee sentfi lit enig. gomd plae tolejuv buitton.
'jhn whole of tii muagnitleu'ut cnlitection sent
seer'lir by maril for $1, 2 for $1.70. 4 for pi. Tis lot
can bie retalle'.t enst ly at froum 9. toi 90, Addressi
N. Y. Jn'tvlabaY (CO., Atlanta, (ii..*
Tu it ATI.A NTA Olsimisgatys "'rTh j company Is
perfectly re'lIable, andl 1 the iun6 they give for
youlr umn'y It aetountdlng.''
VE, the undersigned, respoetfully in
form the citizens of WIN NSBORO and
vioinity that we have REMOY to
And are now in receipt of a full line of
now and desirablo
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
Which wo will sell at the lowest prices
Laces and Embroideries, which we offer at
accordingly low prices.
We resuect fully ask the attention of th
Ladien to our entirely new fresh
stock of theso goods.
English Swiss, Plain and Plaided Nan
sooks, Piqucs, in great variotv.
Ladies' Lane Scarfs, Ties and Pows, at
lifteen oents, worth thirty-five cents.
BEAUTIFUL SPRING SUITS
FINE, MEDIUM and COMMON
For M EN, YOUThS and BOYS.
MADE TO ORDER.
Suits mad1o to orde r at very low prices.
SAMPLES ON EXHI1BITION.
P. Laildeckr & Bro.
. AT THE'
DRESS GOODS, IIAND)KERICHIEFS,
CAMIBRIC8, NECK WEAR.
AN 'iLEOANT' PIECE OF D)OUBLE WIDTH
ALL KiNDS O1F I)OMESTIC DRtY GOODS.
MIIWAR II)' ELIX NFEDLES, FUll HATS
WOOLI IA'rs, 8FR1AWV HATS. CLOTHING.
A BEAUTiFUL LINE OF" 8110E8 IN ALL
GLOBIE K1D GLOVES TO ARR1IVE IN A FEWV
J. ll. BEATY & CO.
We have have this depArtment in the
rear cnd of our store, anid areO Ufrering at
the low est prices
SUC4A 11.S,0 ICEES. IIESTI RANDS PARCH! El)
CUFFEE, CHII 1CE EVA P'ORATED PEA (HjES
AND A PPLES. CHOICE CANNED) TO.
M ATIOES, PEA CH EM. PIN EA PPLES,
ETUC.. (1Cl 11C I, (HIE '
TEA, ME'38 M ACK EHEL IN CANS, ETC.
ALWAYS ChLAD) TO SEE OUR FRIENDS AT
THlE CORNERl STORE.
J. M. BEATrY & CO.
G REATi ATTRACTI ON
INE W STOLE
LADIE~S' LACE FIOJHUS
TWVENTY-FIVE PAIRS LADIES
SHOES-NO. 3 and 4--AT THE
LOW PRICE OF ONE DOLLAR
"COME TO SEE MIE."
A L URGE lot of the ecapest Tnilet
. Sap Ior the price ever b~rought to
Winnsboro. Calil anid be convinced.
MoMASTER, BItlCE & KETCHIN.
U~~_i I J1r1
IN order to reduce our stock of Coats at forty cents, Mon's Coats at
CLOTHING, we'will offer induce- fifty cents. Black Alpac&, il
tnents to cash purchaser from this Frocks and Sacks, at very luw
date. I have a large and well assort- figures, and the best selection of
od stock of Gonts, Youths'and 1*oys' LINEN LUCK and MARSEILLES
Cassimore suits in all styles and col.- VESTS in the BORO. Call and
ors. Also Blue Flannel Suits' for supply yourselves with a full outfit.
Gents, Youths and Boys, at a small Underwear in great variety and at
advance on COST. Gents' dingo- VERY LOW PRICES. In addi,
nal Coats and Vests, in Frocks and tion to my Clothing Department, I
Sacks, and very stylish and light keep on hand a fine stock of Dress
summer dross suits. Children' Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
fancy kilt and linen suits. Boys' Trunks, &c., &c. Give me a call.
may 5 'E3 S
Tlle Earliest Flowers of Sprilg
S 0 JE S EDM &U )DS,
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA,
HAVE RECEIVED Beautiful Canibries at 8.4 cen's. Beautif-al Lawns at 'Cents,
Beautiful Calicoes at 04 cents. Large Linen T''owels at 25 cents. Largo Line. Towels
at 10 cents. Geants' Nik Han,1kcrobiefs (beauties) at "0 cents Ladies' Lawn HRand
kerobiefs at 10 cents. Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs (Marvels) at 25 cents.
BEAUTIFUL LINE OF SHOES IN ALL QUALITIES
ADDITIONS to our large andi select tock made every week. Samples sont on
DESPORTES & EDMUNDS,
March 8 COLUMIIA, 8, 0.
------ o 10 o --
TO T1c HE LA.,E OF - AIRIL) UOUN"'TY :
H AVE just opened ind haIve niow ready fo"r your inispection one1 of the
larget iand best selecied stocks of MlLLINblCY, FANCY GOODS AND
NOTIONS ever bronght to (his place.
MRS fBOA(, witi ti aIssistanIee ot her iew Iillinler, MISS BLACK, of
Bali olre. intals Sp i Ilug Ito painIs ill thesIe depliairments, and vill replenisli
and keep Ileiml full (inii.ing lie seat'soll.
A FULL LINE OF G(ESS G ,,DS. Uitons wind trina.nings to match. The
best and eleaupest line ( Ohd-.s. A0so i Iot W Linei Ulsters tid Under
w e a r.
DAVIS L EIiL EED
SE4WING M.ICN1 S.
TpHlElbest, in the market. fir plaiti or heavy and flue family sewing. ONE
,'1THO USAND DOLLA Its IREWAlt) to any onie who ian coiuiete with
it-both its a iachine and the rainae of work it turns out. Warranted to wear
with ainy of the first-clias inachin on the rket. Two ltiundred ot these Ma
chiies inl uso inl Fairlihid Coinv.
- -C ~I A SC.T R-ED
A fine lot of Planuting Potatoes, Onioni Sets, Seeds, Corn, Oats, Cheese,
Crackers, Cakes, Calies. itaconu, Flour, Meal, I lalts. Sinuoking an1d Chewing
1obacco, Cigars, Bedsteads, Mattresses. 'F bles, Sates, Chairs, etc. *
To arrive. 1.5,000 Feet of Good Assorted Luuimber.
Drv Golds, of' all kinds, .illiniry, etc., low down to make room for a new
lot of Sp gGoods.
J. 0. BOAG.
Y STCa of Furiiture, vhich will be the largest, handsomest atId cheap
est according to quality, atud for design an11( workmanship unieqntalel,
Rememiber Ihat all Iy goods are warraied to be as represented. Prico yor
Furniture elsewhere, then comie to the first-class store where yott viii hvivo tile
best s(ele,-ion and can bi% cheaper. Bear iml mlind that I ship goods to Ridge
waytV. Bvtthewood, White' Oak, Woodward's, Blackstock, and as far afs Chester
ftIliYOIk. 'This is a recominelndationi of' the (iunnlit an(d Price, of ily goods.
A. noF supply of Wiiiolo' shades, Wall PocketsJrackI n, Mio, Picturo
F'ruie, Ciioiio, IInChacs, nd ookSli n', Cheaper t han) th e heapest.
bhergt tply of Tini Chamber Sets, made to mhatch Cottaigo and Chaim
btal >1its. Call and ve them. A umew supply of Sewitig Machines as good a,
anyv. I)oii't iltyv at Malimile :Iieiely becauseo 3,0111' iother Or youir neighbor lils
it han likes it. Iteieiiieu 1hat. ,ost of mertTli machimes that aro most largol
nlulfed have buit. lionte Ilerit.. '1'lie ou want, is the o00 tat iill savt )ot
11e1ad vexat ionl, is iloiseless, rtis lI Ilit an llI las 11t, it long time. I have
it.Ienlielabet' I lie (~old MINedll Was award(edl t(o il of thef AllimeIs I roproon it,
over eighty conpetitors. I can reter you t meo th acis d Itrs
always giveni eni ire iat isliictin teneml thaul hat are osig It, and it ha
Sash Factory. All orders entrsted to ue %Vill have prompt attention aoo at
he lowest priucs. Fur niture, Ieat lv rep red at e lloeato Priaens I am also
prepared to mIake to order. Luin 11(1 shi iigles a t, .mle at small proits. Sa
ibg Mauchine Needles att t mparls of I 110 lsCan behadthrough
le. )on't ilil to call before purchasing elsewhere. a . es. PHILLIPSu
LAICGE ARMf, l
S TH1-READING SH-UTTU
WINDING BOBBIN. p
ZIJEGANT IN FININII,
A. & A. G. ALFORD,
NJo. 23 South Calvort Street, ~ "
1uA)~T~iom~m, ~ ~ oi~a fo DAGR IA tn