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IT U%. AN, U41A -D
wA"SNIORO, S. C.
Tam Ncw York Herald still Insists
that Roscoe is tt1c nqa. to start a thir<,1
.m.v TImIMEN would not he Senator
Of he had ia lease of life for ki hundred
EEaRf ak LeanuIA up' I roqnmi a sh e
Alrat American horse that bas won the
Derby since the races were 'Ustituted
a hwiunred years ago. Zianjdaid doesn't
.exactly know -what to say about it.
4T costs sbout as Much to CarlyI a
4bushel of corn from Coinlia to
Blackstoek as It does to take a .bushel I
from St,. Louis via Nev Orleans to
Europe. Competitlop is the life of
JEF.-FEsON DAVzs, In his book, sits
down pretty heavily oi Joe jo.biston
and Beauregrd., the former for gen
erally disregarding Instructions, and
the latter for losing the bittle of
.6hiloh after Sidney Johnston had won
It. He P.s liows conclusively by
iletters of the .members of the original
Confederate Congress that Toomba
was not the first choice for President.
11e would have appointed Hon. R. W.
Bar~nwcll Secretary of State had not
the SouthiCrol ina delegation nominat
ed Mr. Memminger for the treasury
-The book is adinirably written, and.
it stands ont for the right of secessio
totie bitter end. Mr. Davis is seven
ty-thre years old, but still has the firt
.of youth about him.
Polies of the Week.
The Readjuster Convention has mc
it Virginia, and, after two day
,wrangling, -has nominated a ma
named Cameron for Governor. Tih
contest was very bcated at. first, sevei
al candidates being in the field; and t
one time It looked as If there would b
:a split. Mahone swayed the conventio
absolutely, -Seven hundred and thirt
delegates were present, of whol
seventy-five were .olo~ed. Riddl
berger was not placed. Conkling sei
Mahone a telegram expressing symp
thy with his aims. Whether this wi
help Mahone with Garfleld Is a qtuc
tion. The Virginia Democrats w:
soon have their ticket in (he field at
the battle will begin. The Repub
,cans have not decided whether to he
ort Mahone or not..
boie i The contest In Albany is still n
to tle decided. Conkling still holds I
vtine thirty-five followers. The half-bree
OU siave about sixty votes,but they cani
ll combine on any'one nan. -The Dv
ocrats still hold aloof, while the ha
breeds profess to be jubliant; the at
warts say ,that their opponents w
never be able to combine on anybod
and that Conkling will hold the key
the situation. -Governor Corne]
turned olit of office by H~aye..- . In re
venge Conkling mnade- Cornell gover
.nor. Now Cornell refuses to take any.
definite standt;, and,. while he p~rofesse's
.triendship.and loyalty to Conkling, he
allows himself to-be voted for, and is
really the most prominent man in the
rr ce. This looks like base ingrati
-The Republican menmbers of the
New York Legislature appear to be a
pack of precious scoundrels.. While
Conkling's power was at its flood
they fawned upon him like so many
a~patulels. Now that he is down, they
all give him a kick, hoping to be re
warded by Garfld. No decent man
,cgn have any respect for such out
It is predicted that this quarrel will
defeat the IRepublicans In Ohio In
October, and Governor Foster, who
desires to succeed himself, is in soe
.alarn. Thurman is mentioned as the
Democratic c adidate for Governor In
that State. It would be glorious if he
eould be elected.
The election for Congressman to
succeed Hion. M. P. O'Conor from tihe
m,cconfd district takes place on thle 9th
instant.- Mr. Dibble, of Orangeburg,
the Democratic candidate, would make
a good representative. Mackey pro
tests there Is no vacancy, but has
shrewdly arranged that the Itepubli
cans shall vote for him anyhow, so
that he may have two chances for
get:ang theo office. It is uncertain now
whether the IRepublicans will control
the next Congress, owing to tihe lIe
pubjican split. An unslcrupunlous ie
publicani majorityv Is Mackev's chanice.
Otherwise Mr. X)ibble will got tihe
seat, unless the D~emocrats do0 not turnl
out on Thursday.
PuOJHIBITION IN CHA~u.Orr.-Pr~o.
hibitlon went practically info effect in
Charlotte on the first instant. The
liquor dealers of that city procured an
order fronm Judge Shipp requiring the
Mayor to appear before Judge Eure at
Columbus, P'olk county, ott (he 24th
* ultimjo, and show cause why an injunuc
tion should not be issued againist en
forcing the recent prohibition ordi
niancos adopted by tihe board of alder
men. Mayor Dol~olfo, and Col. Ii,
C. Jones, as attorney, went to Colum
bus on behalfof the city, and W. ii
Bailey, Esq., on be halIf of the liquor
dealers, Jludge Eure refused to grant
the InjunctIon, and, therefore, the or
dinances went Into operatIon at the
time contemplated. The defeated par
ties have appealed to the Supreme
Court, but that does not stay the effect
of the ordinance. Tihe Democrat, fl'om
which we get the above Information,
learns that thme wholesale llqunor deal
ers and the wholesale lager beer deal
ers wvill nowv contest time ordinances as
regards t hemr branch of theo business.
-In Paris many scamps when ar
rested feign ep>ileptic attacks are car'
riedi by the po1 ice into near-by drug
stores whiere tirey are left 1in th'e hands
of' a piyslceip.
-WVillimburg coullty has cotton .
ith forils and shanpes well4eve)oped.
-amlden1 h shipled 19,1-J7 bales tio
i. seasoii atgairi0t'J,627 for. the last to
-1res-haw count-y has paid $2,- ge
126.9 in May taxes, agaust $1.O49.40
ast ay. col
--'le peaiches are dropping. from .(II
vhe branlches in Unim except those on ha
lie old trees. sel
--The 1Rev.Thomas Woird White-bas :3
>een elected pl:esident of the urvnlia ali
-.--Jolm Fridav. Colored, w.s4 arrest- ft
eu in Aikent on 'Tuesday by the sheriff ci4
for cairrylig a pistol, I.
-The Plelctto Rifles of Aiken have
resolved to go to file Yorktowni Celt
teiiarl. Twenty-eigh t men lhave vol
*unlteered to go. i0
-The May Collection (if -taxeq -in
Chester couity amouited to about
$8,000. Tihe coilection11 for t-he same
time -last -year was a-bout -6,000.
-It is rumored that a colo.:ed man t
was killed at Williston, Barnwell
.county, by two white boys, One day
last week. t
-Mr. JaS. N. Poe, of .the Lower
Runs section of laruwell county, lost
his dwelllng and its entire ccntents 11
last week by accidental fire.
-W. C. Benet, Esq., of Abbeville, 0
-hasbeen chosen by the Literary 8o, 11
ciet.ies of Erskine College, an niversal'y 1
orator at the .commencemelit at Due e
West on the 29th of June. I
--rs. Anna Fleming was found
dead in her house near Rich Bill, in
Spartanbuirg county, last Satunrday. It
is supposed that she died during Fri
day night. of epilepsy.
-Salmol have reeently to i caught 1
at Gooche's Ferry, on the Catawba
River. Fih CIomnmissioner Butler had 1
thousands put in the river about two
--Mr. John Bradler, of Pickens,
father of senator Bradley of that coun
ty, died at his home, about two miles
from Ealev Station, on Monday. Ho
was eighty years old at the time of his
S-Mr. Nancy McKettrick, of Bor
1 deaux, Abbeville county, died sudden
Sly last Saturday, aged about sixty
years. Mrs. McKettrick is thle last
save one of the kindred of George Mc
t Duffle, who still lives. She was the
e daughter of Mrs. Reese, a stster of
McDufle, and of course was his niece.
-Both the Lancaster newspapers,
and the people of that County gener
n ally, f-ivor the lease of the Cheraw and
l Chester Railroad to the Richmoind and
it Danville combination. The Chelter
. newspapers and the majority of the
people of that county, are opIposed to
the proposed lease.
-G. W. M. Williams, Esq.. counsel
for the counit.y commiIissionlers inl their
d examli inati)n ot'the conuty's tlancial
1i- condition, intorims tile PeopllItat
p nrnwell county will be better y1
at least $16,000 on account of 1 ' ' ( -
vestiation. The report, of the ? 4
comitlissioi will iiot be made
is until the September Court.
ds -A man and two Women116 Welt
ot tle Crotwell Hotel, in Newberry,/~
n. ordered dinner. III somne va
i suspicious of the clerk were A- S
and on examimition he found ,ln
his guests were colored and Sed
ordered out of time hotel. that By
the propriector of the h were
tohiat lie hlad beeni impose00 biense,
p5lowed tihe p)arty and as - j, feeling tc
~as a white inan. Tht~ , pon, f
a ""' a m., z'gyil~hrTm If he
money was as good as anybody's
-whereuipon Mr. lilkoase assaulted im
with a stick, strlkinig several blon~ s.d
Blecase was arre-st ed.o
-Tho Commissioner. of Agriculture '
is sending blanmks for data in regard to u~
sheep husibanidry~ inl thle State, and ie
ques'ts for specimens of native wools
to his corr1espond~enlts, the secretaries
of granges, anld to sheep-gr-ower~s
thlroughout the State, withI thle initen
tioni of' preparing a p~amph~let on this
industry in Souith Carolina. Th'le inl
formation already received gives the
assurance that it will be complete amid
valuable. In the list of prodlucts, of
which specimens were requested by
the commissionmer for exhibition at
Atlanta, wool was left out. It Is in
tended to make a specialty of it and
conltributions are very much desired.
BaIC- A-a BR4C.
-The telephone has reached Eg'pt; G
lhpt the Sphinx canniot be induced to
---The king of Zanzibar. travel~s with a
four hlundired truniks. The kingmus'
be an American giirl. lls
--Thme last New England eairthquake
turns out to halve been1 nothlin g more10
tan tile noise produced by a big rum e
-One can get aln idea of the bound
less wealth of this counltry by looking U
atatu denior'ms stealing our 'people can s
-Gant spleaks of"my old Secretar L
of State" w 1th) much I the same famil- ani
iarity as lie would speak of "i(m
old bull dog."
-It appears that Lor'd Dufi'erin will Si
not succeced Sir Edwardl Thorniton as Li
the Enigli,-h inister' at Waishigtonl. -
'Iiis wiili let. SOmel other duuffer ini.
-"Will the coming man ulse both Ch
hanids?" asks ani exchange. If lie goes
t.o a picnic lie wvili, for lie will have to
m~uil with both hands to get thle ticks
- A section of the day of Judgment
Gabricil-"Comeo,- Roscoe, get those
bones toget heri and hur mry upl-"Yes,
yes, Gabe, in just a minute-P'im col
ecting Tomnny Piatt; go onl with your'
-A Connecticut man has invenited j
abireech-loadlinig pipe, which can be0 6;
tischarged and11 reloaded wit hou t being ed
'elighlted amid saves a vast amount of Jai
time and miatches amnd v'exationl of' of
It is domiled by time Butler family
that time muan who'is to be hiangedl out"
west is a connection of thoirs. We
11ope this dlenial w~ill reach the place
>f executioni in time to save the 1poor tre
fellow~' aineck' bo
--Pr-of. At water- has found out thmat
here1- Is 110 moire brainl tood in fish than
nl meat. is It poss5ible tilen that the
ntellect of Boston comies from beans
ftlr all Instead of cod fish?
An excited old maid in a temper
nmce lodge a few evenings sitieo r-cad .
nl or'iginial ptoem oimtit led, '"Thie lips .
~hat touch liquor shall never touch
rave her threeO cheers.
-ie caime into tile. office and said
'ou see, my brother-s are shloemak- h
n-s, and theyVjnenided liy shioe8. Nowop
v'hlv am I like Joseph, of Biblical his- o
ory?' We give It ump. "Why, be.
'ause I was 'q9QI,.y :my .br'others,"n
i,1 l0ut.o 0i him wll.1be. .heid; -to
-it was because his house was at
sed at too high a rate for local taxa.
it that Prince Bismarek threatenio
remove the seat orgovernitent fron
rlit. It is time that this testy old
itlenan should he stippressed.
-The New York news boys sel
>les.of-tfio revised New Testhmiui
the streets. That's list what iigh
ve Ie' ex)pected. Theyare a ha r
of bovs and have no more use i
[estaient than a grasshopper has fo
isto1 pocket ini his punts.
--Two gentlemen there are wih
i deeply and truly gratelul tk.r .th
mud (,Aust ra jiSed by PIIr. Coiklihn
r. i)awes is on1 .of thet And - llM
nar Is the other. They got belhi
imiediately antd are ntow Rafe 1
aiggehn useitts re-a rrapgi ig thesi~r di
dered .watLnW4I s.
-The New York flerald says tu
ur-filflt is of the bodiesi Illtat reach iI
orggue ill Ihau city are szeit there b
hiker. If the tlerald Would Lo
tile further back, it .w4,uld findi ~ t h
le bodies in ivr case attacked tJ
hiskey first. Nothing is more pea
11 or less inclined to 'slaughter tI
*-AJittlo miss has a graudfath
ho has taught -her to1)01e and sh
is crush hat. The'other day, ho
rer, h1(e cate with ani ordinary sl
ie. Suddenly lie Sees the child cot
ig with the new stove-pipe wrinki
ke an accordeon. /'Oh, grandfal
1," Rihe say, "'this one is very lat
've had to'sit on it, but I can't get
nore than half shut.''
-This man is a Philadelphi
Vhat i large hat: he wears! The li
mt is a sigt of brotherly love. T
"hiladelphian is happy, See m hat
road smile expands his fepatur
hv does the Philadelphian thus rel
tis countenance? Itis because N
work cnn't have anyi world's fi
hiere are many Philadelphialls in t
-"You look so happy that I si
pose you have been to the dentist
had tiat aching tooth pulled," said
Galveston main to a friend with asa
en jaw. "It ain't thbat that make
look happy. The tooth aches 6
than ever, but 1 don't. mind it 9
is that?" "Well, I feel so !P
caise I have been to the 4..
he was out," and the ha - star
pigeon-wing Otn the sids ta
--They wiere dtscs"e . se tales
route swindle at tibi M to - bribe
"There is no exeti. his s
listenting to mein W " respond
them,'" said thl h
"I do not kn, -- ? i otB gress
Cd (lie VOmt ;r, (vIat Brnfi-li had
e tyr have "found
mein did % e wanted to bribe
to say, o listenl to him to
ont wl', , nt business."
theme, g .....
filn - ias long sinee awarded
g V air Vigor the foi'triost
reliable Uair Iestora
Ss effectial, agreeable and
Yy harimless.. It makes the
1h and Iluxuriant, and old age
i thel unfashionable, *
fre, SOUTH CAROLINA,
cc t OF FAIRFIELD.
Esq.. Probale Judge.
htti0 E. Starnes hath
CoU M m'-lio togrant her let.
J. R. BOi Vk" of the estate and
E 1by-Fages, deceased:
m S ,'i vi and admon.
cs of admniistrn 10 h red and cre
'ects of Joseph "- and pear before
The~se are,.thorefo ,>bate, \be hold at
hi all antd anulr S. C., : ' e 21st
n.of tiio sai' ublic . ee
secased, that they' b enoor show
.e, in the Court of Pi *.why' i ad
ritlold Court Houssi' e graniIte
y of June, after his 6t of
, a.t 11 o'clock in the f<
usi5C, .if any they haveo,j*p,
imlstraion should not b'
Given under my13 hand
.me, AneojDomninj 1881.
jun 7 -ilxi .BOL
HIAVILNG determined to "CL
UT" our stock of Spring Dr~
oods, we offer you from this da~
iusual bargains in same. We has
complete line of these goods, an
Lrties will do well to call, examin
d price these before purchasin~
e would also call your attention t
r line of Fancy Muslin and Line
Lwns. In white goods we are "Ful
p." Our line of these goods con
its of Linen Lawns, Victori
iswns, Bishop Lawns, Plai, Plai<
d Striped Nainsooks, Jaconeti
Lmbrios, Piques, Plain and Plaim
r iss, &c., &c. Laces, Lacet
os. Edings, Edhgings, Edg.
LLL AND SEE FOR YOUR
[cMASTrER, BRICE & KETrCHIN
MAY 9, 1881.
'HE books of this omieo will he opei
. from Juno 1st to July 20, 1881, t
eive returns of personal prop~erty own
by each taxpayer on the 1at' (day C
no. All male liersons between the ago
twenty- one and sixty years are liable t,
Il-tax, and will rep~ort accordingly.
Por 1110 acomodin~ation of taxpayers
ii be at the following places on th
ya specified for the purpose of reeeiv
VQodward's, from the arrival of froigh
in, June 8th, to departure of south
emd passenger train Julne 9th.
Whlite Oak, June 10.
)urhamu's, Juneo 11,
lalwell's Store, June 13.
lladden's Grove, June 14.
tidgeway, Juno 16 and 16.
lear Crook, Juno 17.
hlythewood, Juine 18.
enninga' St ore, June 20.
enkmnsvillo, June 21.
tonticello, Jano 22 and 23.
Iuokbead, June 27.
'casterville, Jono 28 and 29.
'lease take notice that the ofieo ii
rinsboro will l-e elosed during my3
once at the above appointments, And
n on all other days during the ap.
I. N. WIThERs,
NO I)ANORKtl 1 TAKHto SMAY APPLi
PILLS.-ThUy are hlarmglteis to the most delicaet
pi'rson. but. so prnetrating that they cler tli:
sytem1 of all itapurities, td geitlv y excite OR
liver toJ healthy nietlion l'rice 15 eenits per box
Hold by all drtggists in tis county.
sgLtar , ALi. A pil 8.l8188
Mr. 0. '. 0oorlwin. Ageit-iear Sir: I tab
-pleau in stating that I have used your Mei
cated tock Feed ol a very pool cow, witl
great $ucs3es-. -shB looks much better 3)ow
gives a gren t, den ore jnlik, and is nucil Mi
oerlor. I therefoto recoi1mid this nedlein
r o alt who w1,4h to-improve their 9tck, cat t I
an r110st1eS, as it is titily what it is representeil
to be. Very resipeel-fullY, A. K AYSlHii.
EyAUyrA. ALA., July, 187'.
'Mr. Shoelnfeld: I us'd one ,ctek of your stoc
Feed on my cow, with very satisfactory r
suits. She had re enitly jropped her calf, all
was in orconlon,andby the ulse of You
Stock Feed she was rapidly improved in fies
and milk. Very respectfilll'.
ut.O. 11. DENT,
Sold by the druggists of this county,
n. of avnih, writest I ai
Ill 1ou it ut dili tit-a ponsure to give lily A]
it Irll ~.1.~ Pt fit IIItvol or your Liji
tes - ov lin nilt :it fn air trial in a niuo
her (if eo*es. where It murv-u.eveo; In it
'treitmient of I onll:1is vw.cl Cw'uttntto
li ve yiear ilgo in% 3Wilt- wa- 1 r sonte In 1 o
sumpt l lon, she had tli en conin, dto her bE-Ii
t ictler part of tile lime, for. -ix months Wi
ie cic Iever every day atad I lied but lit
hto rt of her re'covcry, but. by perseveran
Swili ne blessings of G(od, her Lungs are t,
i erfectly sound. I gave her no other
f edicine than yotus and a cough syrup I
I ILvC genera!ly given tdiem together w a
Di' strong faith in bota. I succee ed Wn, -1
it number of hopeless coases and regart on.
Lung Restorer as a svaluable p.. an
V- Please send .1e er express three do- remit
1k nearly out. Send bill of same an( remain,
promptly. Wishing you good sue
11 i Yours respectfully . ha. D.,
DdI A. It. NO .Savaonah,
Corner West Broad aind pfatr
GeorgIA. ON, G.
d. as. Gentlemen
it Messrs. Lamar. lia nkin liestorer cured
--One bottle of Brewer's me. I will want.
me of JIronclitIs in a w tend keeping it lin
m. a few more bottile o onsider it a valua.
m11y house anl the lime etfully,
ble mediine. Yu iN1 Y DAVIS.
ineticini. ~ Of tis county.
g 8old bty the -- - --- .
-----9 IT, WILY IIESITATE?
n RTioug /I.D1 WOMAN Is FnEi
ax Joy 0disloverkes lookliag to the
Jelloration of hp human race.
if, hlloph rto higher contldetition thntt
S81's Fe'ile lIegtilator, "Woman
uis I By it woman is mrancipate i
a.'less lis peculiar to her sex. lie.
rc power all irre(gtlalrities of the
li in. ensest cures "whites." suppression
. menssand removes uterine obstruc
It cusea .constipation and strengthens
d stem, braces the nerves and purifes- the
It ever fails, as thousands of women
Prepared by Dr. J. Bradfleld Atonta ()a.,
rice $1 50 per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
UOMARj.ts, Ga., June 28, 187.
I have been selling Iiradfleld's Female flegu.
lator for years,.And It still continues popular
Ati evidence of its being all claimed or I. I can
recall ilstances in which it afforded rel ef after
all the usual remedies had failed.
8, J,.QASELS, Druggist.
MACON. GA., Nov. 1, 1879.
Dr. C. J. Afot1tt- Dear Sir-We have been
handling Teethina for several yeals. and the
demand increases as the article becomes intro
duced and is known. Our sales average fron
two to thtree gr oss per month. We believe that
your Teethina (Teething Powders) wil eventua
ally become a standard and indispensile arti
cle, for in no RinUle intance has it failed to give
aatif'action. No complaint has ever been made
to us, hence we conclude that it does all you
ClaiRM for it.. Merit is bound to stcceed.
H UNT, lIAN KIN & LAMAIt, Drtggists.
v Prty, GA., April 14, 1979.
I have watehed the use of the medicine now
koa n as --Swif's-8yphiIitic Speclfle"* since the
year 1827-over -0 years--and have never heard
of a failure to curo when properly taken. I
commenced th(ru8d of It on my'slaves, betneen
1850 and 1845, and also (lid s number of my
neighbors and in every case that came within
my knowledge it effected a curo. In 1885 my
broher-in-law, G W eAVRi, ttot'ght at auc
lion a (3lave lint team ,II2 4 4ftor the purchase
it was discovered t' lid had Syphilia for
vml is remedy, anfl In
four weeks he was sound and welt, and in a
short time had as fiae a head of hi ir as was
ever owned by a regro. He owned this slave
nmany years, qnd he never.had any return~ of
i he disease, nor' Osady's Wvork. This Is Only
0one amnone htued lnstannces of rem arka
ble cures made by tils medicine. In all my
past life I have nevel- known a remedy that
would Ro fully aCcomplish what it is recoin
mended to do. Hi. L. DENNARD.
THlE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPAli~Y, . Iroprie
fors. Atlanta Ga. - '
Sol d'v all 4mruggtsts,
Call for a copy of 'Young Men's Friend."'
Defective Watch Cases aro one of the chief
u (ses of so mnany watches not being good
.ie pieces. The cases being thin and not fit
, well, admit ddst a'nd dirn to the move
\j , which soon interferes with the running
p - of thle watch necerssitatintg cleaning, re.
pa , &c., and the amount thus paid out If
app toward buyI-ng a good case in the be
ginn. would have inved all this trouble and
eu pen We have recently seen a case that
meets hesa requiremntsl, it having been
carried over twvellty years aind still remains
perfect, refer to the JAB. BOSS' Patent
Stifrened , (d C'ase, which 1l1as become one
of tihe staph rticles of the Jewelry trade,
POssessing a. does so matty advanltages over
all other wa cases, being made of two
heavy plates o lid gold over aplato of com
'losition. And w dtvise all our readers to ask
d er Jeweler for ard or catalogue that will
e plain thec mannt n whlich they are mado,
tis theon ly~ Std Case maide with two
S esOf gold, seaml penidanlta, and centre,
oint, cown ics, &c., all of which are
d by letters pate Thlerofore buy no
1 t fore consuliting a weler'who keeps the
soli 088' Patent sti ed Gol Case, that
covet 'learn the differe e between it and
~ ae ions that claim t equally good.
JAS. by all responsible wvelers. Ask to
yo a trait that accomi lea each case0,
all imita ePersutaded thlft a other make of
I For sal od, ap 11.
- _EMOVED TO ,E
occupied by Jol1n
AIed; one door south
Btor forerl I will continue
Johnston, doe ofSA4I n
of F. Eldeor, wvh4$ WN S
my former business -
LIQUORIS and CrI .0adifr
The 101150 hp~ >e glad to
and enlarged, and has t
ont appearance. . .I will
se0 all of my old eustrps
friends, and will strive
themn. Thanking them a
patronage, I solicit a cont
of the same. ~so
Respetfully, ~ oI
s'What as earth dearer In Pa lace Or gro"i ,
2 a% a at iI1u o U.ps e."
Al! yes, Music, Sweet Music, does
hle H Sweet Home, bapplier-id
leairer an cl the head of a family tiptin
the~ dlays of culture and rogress doe
not place ( Piano or nl Org an ih his
home, deprives I nf ands ea,r onesof
a% valst a1outntof p and aein1ifg enjoy.
wuent. OuItr Sg 1youthland.hansti~ the
meon Care a Wa wonderful dItop.
r p nu, I development and the
grand quest oiv being agitated in her
millions ot a Is not ".ihiall we bu an
instiimeD 't "How and where t all
we b ume . Id it in a perplexing ques.
we buy he papars are now flooded
tin w ' g advertisements offering won.
with rgains of 1.000 Pianos for s.97,
der Org1ns for 85. One friend ad
t is. an i another that, and so on,
v the worried buyer becomes actually
A d to buy at all. lest b be cheated,
.0 51i, .el#ys until some unscrupulous
aveling agont comes along and 'scoops
Am in" with a cheap, "snide" instru
ment. whikeh, in .the end, proves a souroo
of mortification, rather thein of enjoy
WHERE TO BUY, HOW TO BUY.
THE QUESTION SOLVED.
Ours to answer. Ours to point the place
to buy good, honest Inst runients at honest
livIces. Ours to savevkpyers from imposi.
IJton and overcharging.'- The naission of
LUDDEW &. MUS
sOUT H ERN M U S I C HOUSE,
The great. Piano and Organ House Of
the ,u.vth, to furnish Southern buy-ors
with Pianos and Organs from standard
makers, at lowest* factory wholesale
prices. Estublished in 187t, and now an
amniense Musio House, Magnificent Dou
ble Store. si,;ty feet front, three stories
above basement. Two hundred Pianos
and Organs in stock. Tio'usands of n.
strunients sold yearly. Our field the
South. Our customeis legion Our capi
tal ample. Musicians ourselves. An
army of employee. Branch Houses in
seven ei.ties. Our travelers everywhere.
Exolusi-ve contro).of the best inatruments
in the world. Direct connection with
manufacturers. Always pioneers in low
prices. Able and willing to compete with
the world. Pledged and sworn to do it.
AND NOW MARX US .WELL.
Don't waste time answering absurd and
deceptive advertisejpents. if you -want
cheap instruments, we have them, and at
less than the lowest. We compete with
Beatty, or Marchall & Smith, or any other
man, no niatter where he lives or howy
much he blows. 265 different styles and
prices to select from, and such makers as
Uhickeuing, Mathusiek, Arion, Southern
Gem, Mason & Hamihn, Pelaubet & Co.
and Sterling. Sent on test trial, Low
freight guaranteed. Stools, Covers, Music
and MUSICAL JOURNAL given free. A little
cash now, and balance in the fall, is all
we want. SpcOIal terms for midsummer
trade. It 0 second-hand Pianos and Or
gans, in good repair, to be closed out
cheap. Write for Catalogues, prices and
terms It will pay you. Address
LUDDEN & BATES, Savannah, Ga.
N. B.--Send also for C-talogueof Sheet
Music, Music Books, Violins, Guitars,
Flutes, Band Instruments, Drums,
Strings, Orguinettes, Zithors and all
small Musical Instruments. Immense
stock. Lowest prices South.
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN
ELEGANT SECOND STOCK OF
GOODS, WHICH IS READY FOR
THE HANDSOMEST LINE OF
Ladies' Neckwear in the City.
THE BEST STOCK OF WHITE
Goods in Town.
AGENT for the DALSHIEIMER
BROS., OF PHILADELPHIA,
FINE LADIES SHOES.
BARGAINS in GENTS', YOUT HS'
AND BOYS' CLOT HING.
JT. CKEEC ~ES H -FT,
FROM THE WRECK
One Tire Plate, ono Tire Bender,
one Tire Shrinker, three Screw
Plates, one Bellows, one Anvil, one
Vise. One Boxing Machine, cost
.0,will be sold for $10.
L ta of Oval, half Oval' Round,
Band, quare and Tiro Iron ; Hubs,
Spokes, Rims, Carriago Bolts, Tire
Bolts and~,all manner of castings.
r0 BE SO\D REGARDLESS OF
may 14 a . OAS
o f the cheapeat Toilet
Fhe price ever- broughittoI
,~, and ~eonvinced,
Make -.o g
'H E "QUtT NI
. ilNils lt1// / .ale
The "QUJEEN BDESS-" Corset and Shirt Sul
ever introduced. It im a porfect litting oorm
straps, easily adjusted to any desired length
IPAWI.'EN'L' CLOTH STEEL PROTECTOR1, wL
ru'sting; ut alqo rendlers it imp ossible to brc'
tioular. F OR SALE ONLY by
HAVP AECEIVED .Beautiful Cambrica at
Beautiful Cnlicoes at 6} cents. Large Linen
at 10 cents. 6on(s' Silk Han-lkerchiefs (bea
kerchiefs at 10 cents.' Ladies' Linen Han&
-BEAUTIFUL LINE OF' SHC
ADDITIONS to.onr large and select stool
TO T HJE LAB IES O-F FAIF1
HAVEjust opened ad Iave now reat
largest andlbest aelected sto.eks ,of ML
NTIcONs ever brought to this place.
MRS. BOAG, with the assistance of -hei
Baltimore, itents. saig n pains iln t
and keep themn full during11' the Season.
A FULL LIN L OF:DRESS GOODS, I
best andcheapOst le of CORSETS. Ah
GBAND R EWAR
I-bAt ast mcne( and Th e nge o w1
with anyoG t the cassitachie of the
chiine iend sFairind Copnst,. h
A kie tn ofl Plnting taessOi.
CAckers, Lake CandESS GaOO, Flnr
Tbcco idars, edstead MatOresss. AL
a est accoring t toraiy ahn-or de
Remebrthas a myin godsh ae fwara
wuritr anyeherf thenls mche o the r
chies iselecin ac buntyepe.Ba
A fne ul of PlWingotSatoes, Wall
Framkes, Cakems, Cadies, Ban, lookr,
The argest 1supply~ of Gin CAssrtetd
bry Gods. oCall inds, thm.llnew etc
any. oSrng BuGoMahnomeeys.c
t ad etion oslsrn
t emme th of d FuniMea wasawar
corihycmpetitors aity canfr you
Sahcmbetry. All mods arued tor me
prnjiepaed to mak ht ire to trerLm e r8
best Malc inNede and attchents Had
be. Do't fiocall ore em.chasing
an.DnTHEBu a ach T iceybec
iTanirEDt eebrta ns ft
puf.ed h E tltt' mri.Te"n o
tiEWan VeatonI Hnislsn.
-ve eiht competitors. g cn are yrou
Sah acor. PAs' I(oC. hldersphtrae tPa.
pre~ard o mketo orde r. L .no' 1(
uuMA. u ede n tahet n
>porter ts by far the most comfortable
t, and has now and improved shoulder
It also has the imensely p40iilar
ieh not only prevents the steelq 'fromn
A the 'Clasps. Warranted in ev y par
J. bkL BEATY & 0O.
3j cents;. Beaultifual Lawns at Gj centgq
'Towels at 25 cents. Large Lineg Towels
uties) ait. :0 cenlts La':.ies' Lawn* Ha4
)rchis (M-arvels) at 20 cents.
ES I.N ALL .QUALITIE6S--..
made .every week. Samples sent o
C OLUM I- IA, 8. 0.
ly for your fansection on1 of thle
GIXE'RY, FANCY GOODS AND
new mill1iner, M1ISS BLACK, of
se dejuriments, and .will reldenit
uttons and trimmings to m atep. The
o a lot-of Linen Ulsteis and Under
>rk t t sLuno. Warranted no ear
mark-et.Tw hunre ofAT ths C a
vsrs__ofms S prklg !Ch n
o bcens Thifes, 'j Lhairs t en
'iow~ t2 downt age oom r for ew
a thief (arest2 dsmetndhe>
dbe eereent. Prmple seour
, BacksockamLaUfa a Chest.
heve chreapr istn ncepestt.
ev minehar, ost LArgeoy
wa s ~ teones atc 'will sae yousl
i to and immiat lng to a. he
e o on of thci Machins In re sen
eto mand tha ae fsig stn. itha
prt ts outachinsenntha torough
sewre. R.o W.nre P oILLhPs.
1 sla ios Il o Smokn a ndCwi ngt i
lo o n to make oo fo a
sinra'ioJ asi eale ma
t-cis tr wMhietsra yo will .a..ath