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A-r LAT ACCOUNTS (th Legislature
pI'New York were still fighting over
e senttorships. There 8eenms to be
I dieter'pinIaio. to ill tlhef ya-lCies
beforte an adjotirlIWIt,
Mit. J, If,-MAXWEL, Of GreMntville,
is the p osyssor of aie hearilig te
t "J. 1. Colihoun, Fendloton,
8. C., I785." t was purchased- at a
sale so.uie years ago, and was ain heir- -t
loIni qf the Callount finily, paryt 'of
~Whly spelled ti.le name GUoiihoun In
ten. of Calhotui, -
Tim LEGiSIA'rUin of New York has
passCd a bill rOquiriig shopkeepers to
ul)ply set'8 for girls employed, but
&a"iy of the merchants are going .to
Oppose it as an infringenjeoit .91 J.citr
rights and as meddling with their busi
ness, whiieh tlie-y dotft think the Legis- t
lature has any right to do,.
Ir is PoEASING to know t-hat the pre- t
setnttne.t .9,f h gra.id jury is not, s i
like documents too often are, nerely
anl elpty form, but that it truly 2:ep
resents telo condit-ioni of omir public !
offices. Tihe county ofielals have all I
been faithful and zealous in% the dis- I
,charge of tiheir duties, ard they all de
ser . -4e well-doie of the people.
JuDoE BRYN, of the tUnitad States
District Court, hIs rendered faln imln
portant deeigion bearing upon the
him' relaut tig to tle appointment of a
U'ovril supl *rvisors. of election. The
,. Ir 4 'o e Ire8Cribeus that (Iet '
lu)tiviors shall be appoiited at least ,
tel days betre the election-and the I
-luPeIvNisors For tihe spcial elletion in l
tle Second District wIere appointed C
(mly six days before. In this ftate of
facts, a umotio.n was made to vagc.te all r
these appoint Ileits, and Judge Bryan C
on the 7th inst. passed all order grant- Rl
Ing the motion. c
TiE PzoirjrMgiox lOv1IMENT seems
to be taking somewhat definite shape
in this State. Petitions in favor of
Legislative action are cir'culatilg in
dife.renit Couniities, and they are said to
have alreadluly l.umerone signatires.
The letlpern lice Societies Inl Coluambia I
have takei steps foir jit o rganization g
of' general Prohiition League r
througlout the State. A convention i
of this League will be helt as soon as
practicable, wheu addresses will be
de-livered by leading temp.erainc ora- d
tyrs. Aliogfther, the movenent seems Ia
t0 brse taken quite a hold upon the i<
public mitd, and there is no telling e
what may yet Come of It. a
T WOULD BE A (D1 IDEA to estab
lish another Building nda Loan Asso
piation In Winmsboro--aus the one now q
existing has about accomiphjshed its (1
missiou and ceased op~erations. Avoid- Et
ing the mistakes commiit ted in the i
managmentof th oldconcern, and
conducnted. upon0 pinci pies pu rely
ynutual, such an insatitution may be f<
1)ioductive of much good. The prieB- b
ent one has certainly been of some u
benefit, though its usefulness was
greatly imairied by the stringency of
Its regulat 1D)i1 att(l the ruious 1l
results they were calculated to pro- g
duco. One diflicuilty in the way P
now is the usury law. Ihut it may be ti
that the Legislature could be induced il
to exempt the new associationi from b
the operations of that Jaw-which has '
been only' a d1pad letter from its pas1- s
1R1. Enw Anm:, A'iKIN'SON, of' JIoston, ~
is incl1ined to be very' severe upon01 the il
cotton wor'kors of' the south, and 0
holds1 that very' radical changes must CI
bo brought about in their habits anid a
methods before the Cottonm Stetea can
hope for' a large ruutasuire of success in 11
the spinning and we'aving of' the 0
stale. .lie says that n ginning and
balinag in the South hal t'the plower' ap- t
plied is wasted(, double the hiand(s are t
empiloyed that. need( be, an d that nIne Ii
bales out of ever'y ten are dlepr'edated n
feni per cent. after being picked in the "
field before delivery' at the finctor'v by ~
thp wagtetnM, shiftless, dirty, barbar'
('us 101anner In which the staple, is p
treated. In view~ of' this and from ti
athIer' causes, he thinks (lhat thte New a
En~Igland 11111 manut rer'shave nothing to ti
.tear f romt Soulthernt conipetit ion. And t<
yet, niotwithtst anintg all this, cot tott e
faictories in the South are payiptg hand& C
sonme dlividenids---mnuch better, inidleed,
thtan those of' Now England. It is 0,
true, we hwk exp)'eice downt here, II
but we presutmo we shtall 1)0 ablo to eC
learn, after awhile. We are being g
educated prt'tty r'apklly r'igt now, a
and1( we have little feat' that. we shall 9
not. itt dIue thne, be ablea to conduct I
I he mana1 th~etu ring b)usiUess quite as
Mineeenfully13 na thbe staid.old Newv Eng.
landers. Mt. A tkinson's opintion may'
plroceed fr'om a fear th2 to scatter r
factories over t he SouthI may' diiish
the sutpply of mstony in Northeunt
--Thei natchn mnanufuctunera of, the
L ited S'tates have given. a 'Catnadiant a
rivail $100.000 ratheri thana have hinm
sltart a mtianufactory' it this count ny.*
lis iitdicates a priospierous conditiont
of t he innteh nahnuthctur'iig inter'ests
-Somietjimes a little assistance at the I
right Litme iii entable the system t)
I hrmow ofl'a atitack which mdght. otht
eriwioe result ini serious sickness.i
Ayou's .Pills should( alvavs be kept ati
hantid,.antd promtly~3 takent for the r'o.. I
hertI~ fshight t aihntents, before they hbe- I
comeil l1or~udale diseases. *
--' appears (lhat Lord D)ufrer'in will
nit suc'eed Sir Edward( TIhiornton as
l th.igish mbdister' at WVashtingto,.
TEhuis will let some othmer duffer' in.. I
A 7'14ca FO R PRoutIIBTIO.(.
4, Titol- ro n i Former South Carolinian,
Urgloitng Ji Importance Vvpun the geopto
of the State.
W V wnoxo110 , 8, C., 34ay, 6, 1881.
To the .6ditor Of The .NeWu and
'1r11r Theenlosed letter fr-om
01. Tholmas. ajltough adfkhvused to
lie individlllIy, is uipiolla ubject 1liatt
must initerest a hirg1e portion of 1or
-eil1es. (ol. Thomsas has don iueh
o advalice the goo,< pause In North
,arolinal, anld contributed t~o (te re.
enlt prohlibitionl trim~upb inl "Char1lotte.
ou are it liberty to ppblishi the let
Very respectfully, your obedient
ervant, JAB. H. WtON.
oi. Ja8. II. Rfon, Winnsboro, S. U.:
DYAu 8,m-Under a deep sense pf
iuty to-3Ny lpstiye state, where repose
he bones ohnv ancestrV for nearly
wo conturics, I address myself to a
rreat public question that vitally con
:r118 thle Col)monl wealtlb,
I tim l ware tht th private citl
;en ientures to obtrude his views
ipon the public at.tention, lie -is ex
>osed to adverse critleiin. lie may,
ndeed SUM[er .ipeneiment of motive
nd niisrejresentittioin of purpose. Be
t so. Trusting to the integrity of
ny self-imposed service, I defy eaum
ly while .reiectfully challenging at
0iitloii hainln t
It may be snid that the great danger
hat now confronts us8 inl this land and
lint imiiperlja its elvilizations Is strong
lyink. It rages and-It i~cks us.
, 8I1sall not stop'to prove this propo
ition. It will be .admitted. The
LCxt point. I make is that strong drink
i a terrible evil, social, political, re
igious. I light Casily s110W this, 11(
o on to exhibit further its efLcts
pon body, mind Ony morals ; might
rove how it pitairlyzes the One, en
relbles the second antd debatiches the
hirsd. I miiht tell how the Jible and
cience Join hands in denuncialuti of
lie curse of lleolbolism.
hit tlits I colsider lliecessar.V. Air
Ceond proposition mlay take Its' place
it the raiks of admitt(ed titlis. If
1 w, strom3r drink, proceeding from
hll lmuivtitur anmmid sile of' intoxient
Ig ]j jnors, is the great evil of the
times ill thi couitry, imore terrible
himi war mrid pestilene, whirlwvind or
aithu(ike, a1s I could show. and if
le e -8eets personia, social, imlust rial,
eligious, are absolutely appalliig to
inn1 and to HIeaven hateful, as
lioughtful, eatulid minds will readily
dmnit, then does it follow In logical
rder that the great questioi of the
ay for South Carolina, as well as for
b10 country ats a whole, Is how shall
re moet imd destroy this giant evil.
'he disease adnitted, its desperate
haracter not deieid, the obvious
lestion, I repelt, is, How shall the
isease be removed from the body
olitiu? This is the question tht I
sk to present; this is the lroblem
mat I uaslk to golve in tw inlterest, of a
rand Sate, proud In, arts aid arms,
ich in a goodly heritage. I come
ow to Wha5t is no less pluii to aill,
mat is. what ill the remiedv--what the
let hod of statesmanship to adopt in
r der to des troy the disease of' troig
rink? Now this, I think, will be
thnitted, that all measures designed
> regiulate the evil have hitherto 'fil
1. To enire tihe disease of iltemper
lce by orgaiiziig tile license systein,
> regulate the 1mnut111fact ure and sale
inltoxicaits, hits eintirely fliiled of'
ieofpurpose in view.. All expledienlts,
l rstron~g, havre proved inade
late and have fallen far short ot the
bjtets sougaht. T1his certainaly holds1
i South Carolliwi. The condit ion of
to State no0w, and( the history of its
glslationi on the subject, proves this
W hat, thou, is the r'emledy pr'1Ood
>r Southb. Carolina? I answer it is to
a found ini the meaC~surIe of' entire antd
tier prohibit ion ini the matter of thle
anuftctture and saile of intoxciants.
I hiiive niot time now to give my
stronig reasons'' for the fauith that is
mie. Thait tim~e may comec, God
ranlt thait it mayl comeI speedIily. At
resent I must be br'ief. It is enough
say thant I have the figures, the facts,
ie argument to present at the right
me anid place0, and that I ashalhl then)
readty t9g tfy conclusions with any
lampi.on of aniti-pr'ohlibition before
to august tribnal of the peop1le of'
auth Carolina in thieir muajesty assem1-.
led for high deliberative purposes.
1lfmyjudgmient. ealnly and devoutly
inbd niyconclusions based upon
he granite mass15 of conviction,. the
iiy iremnedy for the great evil of the
13y In South Car'oliinu is >rohibition.
:onice the highest p~riucil andt the
The axe must be laid to the root ol'
e U~pas tree of Alcoholism. In 1no
hoe' way can) the evil- he eradiented.
lie knife of' sociOty mst be applied
(lhe deeph roots of the canicer of in~
m1praci'tie in order to impr)Iovei the
itient's health anid even to sav'e the
te of' civilization. I shall niot, stop)
:>w to dliscuss the r'ight to prlohiblit,
atr to debate ini high ar'gumeut till: the
'cent quesCtlons tnat. are- conneLcted
'ith the statesmranlshipl of pruohiibitionl.
is enotigh for uie to say thait I pro
>so to miatke the argumi~ent when the
111 shall comel, andit the deman~ld shall
'1se. M~y preOsent designi is to make a
Iggest ion to the friendts of' pro'hiibi
on all through tile State, and that is
organize, as8 soon as pralcticable, iln
1(eh counity, to the end( of' calling a
onven01tion1 to meet ini the Capital
Ith the view of bringinig Its inifluenice
h ear ttpriu.the~ next mleeting (ltt the
eneral Assembily of' South Carollina.
ut I wotuld be niothinig if not practi
ii. This prIoposed organization is the
ist. of' my appelI. TJhie State of' mv
loptioni.is pi-ofuly mlovedi 011 th'e.
nestion. It shakes from- cenitre to
.l(1trou ferenice, and thrills with a
It was miy fortune recently to attel
Convention of the Prohiblitioniists of
[orthI Car'olina,. iicar'hy four hiuiidred
rong. It met, ata Iltleigh. I hiave
eover* Inot a body mnore intelli genlt,
.oreo refilled, inlore sturidy3, miore hCIigh
lned, more1' zealous and1( resoltt. Voxc
'oPuli l'ox D~ei. T1hie pr1ohibitionl
ilovemen~t wals put uponI its str'oner
ogs. TIhie best elemounts of' Nortl
Iarolina hit wealth, intelleet anud ebar
eter' are'1 engalged in. the rnefor'm move
nleit. The Goveimor hats throwni his
iersonial,and1( ollicial inafluence in thme
cales o1 prlohibitioni, to his nevri
lying huonior lie It said, and( then mens1.
1ire 01 lo iif pribtoll proiOises to he en,~
bironied ini AuIgust next at lhe ballot
>ox by the sull'rdlges of' a malljority of' a
Buit, sir', loyal 1to both the Car'olnas,
lot. Ior'geftnl oft liy South. Car'olina
aitiity and cit lr.eniship, this appeal
ias been dlictated by ai direI' to extenid
o South Cartolinia the prliceless opp1)0r
unaity of a great reflormn.
To see .both the Carolinas enlisted in
his mneaisurie of highest Statecrat and
0 $ee eachl tium1111phant on1 thle mightvy
ssue would 1l1i the meiasurIe of' m1'
ful conisilmiationi of' the prohibition
Illovemtielt inl South Cairolii might
Well satlsf' my best tispirations. I
know that in tOhe eurrelts iof tle world
there are no crowns f'or the poieer's
Siweat- and d((usty bro. Ut 0is
mat tert; not. Wk l may we Spenij ti ad
be spet Il in great cause that reaches
beyoind the State and even the cotii
try Iiand embrace. humniitv. EIough
for tihe early and sell'-sacriteing Labor,.
(br" tic approylj of his on% n conscience
spjid fleaiveni's ipplatuise.
Ill regard to (lie effects of prohibi,
tio1 Its IL imieasnlre of lobi.Ost. and best
Stalestnaiship, I imigh.t writo a voluinie
of n1iitiany pires ani(d not, exihust the
IUeaven;-bornl themle. To sur nothinig
of lae nental, Imora, 'eligiious results
inl eouth Carolina, tihe eflects on wha.t
may.bo Called the economics of the
St.ate JiMe Incalculable and inestnmabe.
I understand well that prohibition
will not bring about fihe niilumihum.
1 am not living in it ''fool's paradiset."
nor do I pioposo to'coiinve you thitb
But as I coilteimplato the results of
prohibition anid (lie nprooting of the
tree of Alcoholic Evil, tmy heart is
,moved it the speetattle of solid good
for South Carolina aind her .people
whot I hold in my "heart ot' hearts."
Conciscly expressed it, will bring
large prospeto'ity tll Imlueli of peace.
E4veni at- one of votulr own poets has
expressed it woll(d I sa%, alt) thus1
close my letter on
",Oh. ponder what it means!
Oh! tun the rnyturous thought in overy
Oh givo the vision ind the fancy phly,
And shape the coming scenes.
"Peace in the qliet dales,
Made fr nkly fertile by the blood of man;
Peace in the woodland and the lonely gien,
Peac1 in the peopled vales!
'Peace in the crowded town,
Peace in % thousand fields of Niavinggrein,
Peace in the highway and the flowery
Peaco on the wind swept down!
"Peace on the furthest seas,
Peace in our sheltered bays and ample
Peace whereso'er our starry garland
And peace in every breezel
"Peace on the whirrirg marts,
Peace where tlo scholar thinks, the hun
Peace, God of peace! peace, pqco, in all d
And peace in all our hearts!"
I am truly yours,
JN(. P. TioMAR,
C. M. I., Charlotte, N. C., May 1,
-The Belnnetisville fvarvmer's
Friend of the 2nd inst. says: "The
coroier wAas notified on Moniday morli
ing of the discovery of a Set of' hurnnn
bones inl Forni'ss Swain1p. on the lands
of' Mr.- W. 1). Evanis, and of a desire
to have the matter investigated. Hle
accordingly repaired to the place amnd
tound tle clothing andl([ bones of what
was evidently ant aged human beigg.
A key and knif'h were found in the
clothing and a cloth sack withit a leath. .
eir strap ietir by. These were it once
recognized by ia nluimber of colored
per-sois as the property of' an old col
Dred woian name Nancy McQueen,(
agedi about seventy-fiv vr car's, wh'
lived in the neighbonrhool but had t
beenm nissing since March last. It is
hought fliat in crossinig thle swatup to s
r'isit some friends dinn the cold( ~
weatheir ini March that she- must have
lost heri course and perished with the n
OTII'E is hereby gir en that on the '
30hday of June, 1881, at 11
>'clock, a. mn.,. will apply to the Jadge
f Probate for Fairtleld County for a hmnal
discharge as Admninistrantrix of JAMES M.
jun 2--t3xl Adnministratrix. C
A BEAU'TIUL 1J00K for the ASKIlG
Bly Opplyin persor~nailly at the nearest
fhiceof Ti'l & SINGER MANUiFACTUR- o
[NG CO. (or by postal card if at a dlis.
Lance) any AlIUL'T person will be pre- a
ltented witht a beautifully illustratiod copy3 j
>f a New Book enbitlod
STORY of the SEWING MACHINE 0
aontainintg a handsome and costly steel e
engraving fronitispi'cc. also. 28 finely en-e
graved wood ents, and bound in an olab- .'
arato blue and gofd lithiographed cover. .3
No charge whatever is made for this land-a
some book, which can be obtained only
by applliention~ at the branch andl subordi- s
nato ofilces of Th'Ie Singer Manufacturing a
THlE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.
Princeipal Offieo, 34 Union Square,
may 17-Iy New York.
[i~I~~tst 10e S
nd MACH IN .
64- NW~ CH ARL.ES.S'.
5A(.TJNOR E M D,p
R. WV 19IIPS, Agent, Winins
boro, S. C. deoc
ELEGANT JEWEL.RY CHEAP:
ahnrk tie "'lt lie iny I 3 can a old
wtdatch chain, agate sawl pin layse
etiew aea etti c fe buttos oal neck
butn ering, pocket b okin tana k
VIitig rca rds. Al ths u sitl to y o fo ec i
n lp'at $ o 1.00. rhe lot oeun be re-]
rThe gtoa akt a cntans o'e suprb athys
can eo scarf lil gnuin arisian diamond stud
nkc slvhu tus a ted clar button, p
cameo'rnag. Maltese ear-rings with 1'. damond
stIngs, eo us' ful i ob, amethyst st. ady'g
caneo a rf pin eng.gl iae sleeve buttons.
see hy ali for i. 2 fo t.), 4 fo 6. Thirsso
N. Y. JEwVELRY 0, A tlan ta. (Ia.
rH Rw ArANTA OrAM siysi! " This company is
ouer'ntearele a l tou 4 'a m~uu, they give for.
No DANoRlt IN TAEINU MAy Arrml I.IvKIt
are halit'ucs e t) the most, delic.to
li s.,- so peluierating th.i thoy clear the
system of titl filpuri ied, and gent y exeite the
liver to hathy nellon. P1rice 13 eents per box.
bAd by all @truggiot~ ti this cotinty.
851).a, A LA.. A pril 8. 1878*
Mr. J. P. doodwin. Agente-Deir ir: I tak
plentture in t.ating that I hnve used yottr NMedi
Cntad StOI Feed ot a very poor cow, with
great. stivcess. Shte look.s mich bet.ter nocr,
ivesi a great deal more milk, and is much iu
Orlor. .1 therefore reconne4id thiN iedicino
to i I Iinho wi eh to improve their stock, cattle
lid liorses. a" it 1i truly what It Is represeitted
to be. Very rcspectfuly, 4. IjAYSElt,
'r EntntLA. A1., uy,1'8
Str. Shoenfeld : I ius.d otte sack of your Stock
Feel on ny cew. with very satisfactory to
suits. 1340 hed recently diopped her ctlf, and
bvta in or ocoId!tjon, and ythe ise of your
tock Jfe d61e was r.tpIsly improved in flesl
and mllk. Very respectfully.
OF,:. It. DINT,
Sold by the druggists of t8is county.
Dr. A. it. Norton, of Wivemish, writes: I as
ttre you It Affords we pleasuro to give my ap.
rovat and certificae lit favor of your Ling
ltetorer, having given it. a fair trial in a nin.,
ber of eases where It proved success In the
reatmoet of Bronchit is and Consumption.
Irve years ago ny wife was far gone in 'on,
stumptlion, site lndt ben confin td to her bed the
ieatierjirt. of the tie, for six months wit.h
lectic 'verevery day and I had but litle
topes of her rerovery, but. by perseverance
vith tne hlessings of God, her Ungs nro now
)irfectly.sound. I gave her no other Lung
feticlne than yours and a cough syrup I make.
have generta!y given then togother r.s I have
tirlog faith in both. I succeedid in curing a
tuinber of hopeless casets and regard JBrower's
ung Restorer as a valuable preparation.
lease scnd me per express three dozen as I am
early out. Send bill of same and I will remit
iromn .ly. WNsling you good success, I remain,
A. it. NOtTON, M. D
Jorner West Broad and Uarris Sts.. MaYainalh,
Messrs. Lamar Rankin & Lamtr, Gentlemen.
-One bottlo of JIrewer's Lung Restorer cured
ne of Bronchitis in a week's time. I will want
i few more bottles soon. I Intend keeping it In
ny house all the time, as I consider it a valua
>le medIcine. Yours rospectfuli
IIEN 'r DAVIS.
Sold by the Druggists of this county.
tave beeh tried. but, none with such heppy re
uilts as Rankin's Extract of Bucbu and junip
.. If you are suffering from uny derangemet
f the Kidneys or Bladder, nravel, Pcin or
Veakness in ihe linck or Hip, get a. bottle-one
r two will relieve you.
This article has been before the public for
early ten years. and its sale is constanjy in.
rens g--and that with very little advttis
-which roves it to be an artiele of merit. We
nye tesimoninis from some of the leadin
htysiclans of Georgia, South Carolina and
lorida, and other States: ki reg'u' to Its re
Inbility as a Diuretic, and a remedy for the dis
ases for which it is recommended.
Prepared only by Hunt, Rankin & Lamar
Iruggists, Atlanta, Ga., and for sale by all
MACON. GA., Nov. 1, 1879.
Dr. C. J. 3toffett-Der Sir-We have been
andling Teethina for several yea's. and the
eiland increases as the article becomes Intro
uced and is kiown. Our sales average from
Wo to three g: oss er month. We believe that,
our 1cethina (Teething Powders) witil eventu
11y become a standard and indlspensible arti
I(, for in no single instance has it failed to give
Itisfaction. No omplaint laa ever been made
) us, hence we conclude that it does all you
nUma for it. Merit is bound to stecceed.
IUNT, RAN KIN & LAMAR, Drnggists.
PInR, OHA., April 14, 1879.
I have watched the use of the medicine now
nouwn its "Swif's Syphilitic Specific' since the
ear 1827-over 50 years-and have never heard
f a failure to ctre when properly taken. I
nmmenced the use of It on-ny slaves, between
.6O and 1845, and also 01d , number of my
eighbors n, lit every case titat came within
IY Rnowledge It. effected a citre. In is3 my
rother-in-law, Georgc. Walker, bmUght at anc
on a s/are. not warranted. After the puretiase
,was di .Yered that he had had Syphilia for
voelvo y rn. .His-head was without a hair on
lie freated him witht this remedy, and in
mmr weeks he wva soundr and well, and fn a
btort time had as ilie a head of hair as was
ver owned by a n7egro. ie owned this slave
inny yeis, anld he never had- any reSurra of
Ite ditsease, nor' lest a day's work. This is only
nie amiqthundre4ds at instances of remarks
10 cttres mande by tis medicine. In all my
ant life I have never known a remedy that
ould so fully accomplish what it is recom-.
tended to do. U. L. DENNAIID.
ii E' SWIFT IIPECIFIC COMPANY, Proprie,
Sold by 'til iugglesa
Call for a -copy of ' Young Alen's Friend."
D~efectIve Watch Cases are one of the chief
riuses of so many watches not, being good
meC pieces. The cases being thin and net fIt
.f# well. admni4 (lust aad dirt to the- move
lent, whlch soon interferes with the running
arts of the watch niecessltating cleaning, rc
aiting, &c., and thle amount thtus paid out, If
ppiied toward buying a good case in the be
in ning, would htave toyed all this trouble and
spenne. We have recently seen a case that
teets all t.hese requirements, it having been
uarried for over twenty years at still remains
erfect. We Irefer to the .JES. BlOSS'' tatenti
tiffened (id Case, which has become one
the staple articles of the Jewieiry trade,
Dasessing as ft does so many advnntages over
Ii other watch ecses, being made of two
en vy plates of solid gold ever a plate of com.
bsition, And we advise all our readers to ask
mir Jewoler for a card or catalogue that wilt
5lplnin the maner f'n which they are made.
It is the only Stiffened Case made withi two
alaes of gold, seamless pendanta, and centre,
)1id Joits, crowvn pieces, &c., all of which are
)veredi by letters patent. Therefore buy no
1so 9efore coasuilting a Jeweler who keeps the
AS. IlOSS' Patent Stiffened Go1ld Case, that
on rosy 1learn the dIfference between it and
11 Imitations tha t claim to be equally good.
For Snle by atl responsible Jeweler.. Ash to
~e thme w'arrant, that accomnpanies' each case,
nd don't be persuaded that any Other make of
iso is as good. op 12.
IIHAVE' JUST RECEIVED ANl
ELEGANT SECOND STOCK OF
300ODS,~ WHICH IS READY FOR.
PHE ITANDSOMrEST LINE OF
Ladies' Neckwoar in the City,
[emiLBEST STOCK OF WHITE~
.Goods in Town..
VGENT for the DALSIHEIMER
BROS., OF PHILkDELRHIA,
FINB~ LADIES SHOER4.
BARGAINS in GENTS', YOUTHS'
AND BOYS' CLOTHING.
HA PPY HOM 3E3
"What lis earth denror in Il0 Oce or 1rove.
Thian mud at nightfall roimi lip* that we love."
AhM yo Musio, Sweet Music, does
mal.o Home, Sweot H1ome. happier and
deaier and the head of a family that in
these days of culture itd progress duos
not plaeo a P'iano.or in Org,-n in his
hoa.e, deprives himself and de.ar ones of
a vast amoaut of pure and roning enjoy
ment. Our Sunny ! outhiand has in the
post ten years taken a wonderful step
jorward in \i usical development aid the
gyand question now being agitated in her
anillions of homes is not ".ihall we buy anl
instrument." but ''How and where shall
we buy it." And It is a p.!rploxinig quos.
ti 1n, to. The papers a.co now %ood.:'
with Iihming advertisenouts offering wor
derful bargdins of $1,% 00 Pianos for $ 97.
17 Stop Org-ns ifor $85. Ono friend a
viseR tlis. ianad another that, and so on
until the worriol buyer becomes acti1:
afraid to buy at all. lest ao be cheatel.
and so delaf a until some unscrupulou.
traveling agent Pomes along and "1scoops
him in" with a cheap, "ilde" instru
ment, which, in the end, proves a source
of mortification, rather than of enjoy
WHERETO BUY, HOW TO BUY.
THE QUESTION SOLVED.
Ours to answer. Ours to point the place
to buy good, honest instruments ot honest
jorices. Our& to save buyers frotn frnposi.
tion and overcharging. The Mission of
LUDDN & BATES'
SOUTHERN M U 8 I C hOUSE,
The great Piano and Organ Houso of
the South, to furnish Southern btsers
with Pianos and Organs from standard
makers, at lowest factory wholesale
prices. Established in 18741, and now an
immense Music House, Magnificent Doti
ble Store, sixty feet front, three stories
abovo basement. Two hundred Pianos
and Organs in stock. Thousands of fi.
struments sold yeaily. Our field the
South. Our customers legion Our capi
tal ample. Iusliana ours Ives. An
army of employeei. Branch iloues in
seven cities. .Our travelers everywhere.
Exclusive control of the best in.Atruments
in the world. Direct connection with
manufacturers. Always pioneers in low
prices. Able and willing toceompete with
the world. Pledged and sworn to do- it.
AND. NOW XARK US WELL,
Don't waste time answering absurd and
deceptive advertisements. 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 matter where ha Mives or how
much lie blows, 266 different styles and
prices to select from, and such makers as
(hickernDg, Mathnashok, Arion, Southern
Gen, Mason & Haralin, Pelonbet & 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. Special terms for midsummer
trade. 1. 0 second-hand Pianos and Or.
gans, in good repair,. to be cosed out
cheap. Write for Catalogues, prices and
terms. It will pay you. Address
LUDDEN & BAES, Savannah, Ga.
N. B.- Send also for Caalogue of Sheet
Music, Music Books, Violins, Guitars,
Flutes, Band Instruments, Druis,
Strings, Orguinottes, Zithers nd all
sraall Musical Instruments. Immense
stock. Lowest prices South.
UUGARS, assorted. Coffees, Rio,
ih Laguavra~ and Old Gov. Java.
Rio and Oldl Gov. Java Roasted.
Teas, Blc, Imperial, Gunpowder
and Young Hysoni.
Pears, Penelhes, Pincappibs-, To
matoes, Salmnon, Corned Beef, Deviled
11am and Tlurkey, Sardines3, &c.
Maoaroni and Cheese, Ginger' Pre
serves, Pin Head Oat. Meal, Coop)el
Gelatine, Mustard, Black Pepper and
Baldwin 'Catsnp, Cross & Black
well's Chow Chow, Emph'e Chow
Chow, Assorted Plckles, Lea & Per
rin's Worestershire Snauce,
J. F. McMASTER & CJo.
M. L. KINARD'S
COL1U1RBiA, S. C.,
JUST received' thle largest andi most
complete stoek of S1?RING CLOTHMIG
that has over-Bleeni In the State, and at
prices-to suit the times.
SUITS OF MIDDLESEX FLANNEL,
Warranted, at $12.50.
MEN'S ALeL WOOL GIHEVIO'I' SUITS,
Warranted, at $10.50,
YOUTHS' SUITS FROM $3.50 to $15.00.
BOYS'SUITlW $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, ANt
ALSO a fine stocksof Taylor's eel, brated
Mackinaw Straw Hats and Manillat
in shades of Silver, Tan, Chocolate'
I.HAVE added to my stokt fine shoes for
gentlemen, to complete an outfit,auaran
teed not to rip or break; if they do,. will
give another pai
4 x ~ ', -
THE "QUEEl BESS" CORSET
Tho"QUEENIBESS" Corset and Skiit Eupporter is by far the most cerm ortabe
ever introduced.. 1t it a porfett fitting corset, and has now Ind Improved shoulder'
Btraps, ensity a'ju8 Ml to any dlesired length. It also has the nimens-gly popular
PA'ENT CLOTH EEL PlfC TEC TOiI, which not only prevents the steels froin
rnstIng, but also ren:lers it impossible to break the clasps. Warihiied iA every par
tioular. FOR S.LE ONLY by
may 26 J. M. BEATY & CO.
The Earliest Flowers of Sigl!
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA,
HAVE RE CE IVED Beautiful Cambrica ait 8h cents. Beautif-ul Lawns aIt 61 cents,.
Beautiful Calicoes at 61 cents. Large Linen 'owels at 25 cents. Large Linen Towels
at 10 cents. Gents' Silk Handkerchiefs (beauties) a6f10 cents LaAies' Lawn Hand-c
kerchiefs at 10 cents. Ladies' Linen Handkorchiefs 1arvel) at 25 cents.
-tt- BEAUTIF UL LINE OF SHOES IN ALL QUALITIES-,
ADDTIONS to our large amd select stoak iade ovcty weok. Samples sent on
DESPORTES & EDMUNPS,
March 8 COLUMhIA, B. C.
-- 0 -
TO TH1E LADIES OF FAIRFIELD G0 UNTY:
I IIAVE just opened and have now ready for your ins ection one of thu6
largest and best selected stocks of 1LLINERY, FAit.NY GOODS AND
NOTIONS ever bronght to this place.
MRS. BOAG, with the assistance of her new milliner, MISS BLACK, of
Baltimore, intends sparing no pains in these departments, and will replenisly
and keep them full during the season.
A FULL LINE OF DRESS GOODS, Buttons and trimmings to match. Tho
best and cheapest line of CORSETS. Also a lot of Linen Ulsters and Under.
DAVIS VE RTICAL FEED
T IE best. in the market for plain or heavy and fine family sewing. ONE
TIIOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD to any one who can conipete wtly
It-both as a machine and the range of work it turns out. Warranted to weate
with any of the first-class machine on the market.. Two htandred of these Ma
chines in use in Fairfield Comity..
A.IrSQ I1T STQoJM
A fine lot of Planting Potatoes, Onion Sets, Seeds, CorIlT Oats,- Cheese
Cracke-, Cakes, Candies, Bacon, Flour, Meal, llamas, Smoking and CMwing
Tobacco, Cigars, Bedsteads, Mattresses. TrIbles, Safes, Chairs, etc.
To aRrife,. 15,000 fet of Good Assorted Lumber.
Dry Goods, of all kind, Milinery,. etc., low down to make roon for a nev/
lot of Spring Goods.
mar 3 . O. BOAGO.
Y STOCK of Furniture, which will be the largest, handsomest and cleap
R est according to quality, and for design anTm workalanslii) unequaled.
Remember that all, my goods are warranted to be as relpreselted. Pr)ie youe'
Furniture eewhere, then come to the first-class store where vou wi liave ti
b~eat selection, and, canl buyv oheape0r; Be0ar in milid that I ship g~oods to Rtidge
wa. Blytiewood, While Oak, Yoodwar's, laclkstock,.and'as far as Cliester,
and Yolk. .This is a recommendtion, of the quality and price of my goods.*
A% HOW supply of Window. Shades,. Wall Pockets, Brackets, Mirrors, -,ictitiv
Frames, Chromos,. Hat Racks, andBook Shelves,.cheape. than the cheapest.
The largest suVply of Tin Chamber Sets, made to match Cottage anidi Chim
bbl' Suits. Call and see them. A new siipply of 8,ejinjg Mach~ines a19 good: asr
any. -Don't By anachino merely becauie your ohieC' 11r neighbor ha
it aind likes it.. Minomier that mnot of thme thahimlnea that are moat* largely,
puffed havoe but little merit. The one-you- wait is the one tiat will Sava yo
time and vexation is noiseless, runs light and will last a long time. I)avo!
it. Remnember tho eqold Medal wvas awau'dcd to owo ot* thle Mcie ~oreee
over eighty comlpetitor~s. fcali refer voul-to man%, that atre uffingitj. and it hasW
always given entire satisfaction. Reinembe thati I-amn ageglt ft' a4 Poor amm(I
81ah Factory. All Orders onithimste1 to mnc w~ill hmave prII)I~t attontlumi aid, fit;i
the lo~veot jpr1CC5. F'umnhiunentlyr rep~aired ait mnoderate prices. I am also:
grepalred to make to order. Lumber and Shumigles for gale ritsall paoflt. Sow
ng Machine Needles and attachments and put-t of Macl iea can be pradroug
me.- Don't fail to call lefore purchasing elsewhere. . W.PHLLITpS..
THE LATE8S *inpy,
MKsEN'yT IN FIllIt4
The OlI' Perfect Ma!illo M&e. '
f& A. G. ANrORD,
No.923 South'Calyort Street,
r.::mais'3Ammeh. 1uA = RW