Newspaper Page Text
WB AND HERALD,
WIUZSDAY. , . a a a as
Yt. MJa b P'hzan IRoR.
eo. S N HsDTU
Tim. Jesuits are having a rough
time of. it. The latest movement
'againist thMn has been their expulsoion
11om1 Nicaragua. For thepast.ten years
these priests. driven from Guatemala
-and other States, have booked to
Miearagua and Leon and established
themselves there. Recent movements
against the goyernment, and jam inisr
rection incited by them, have led to
governmental action, and the fathers
are ordcrecd to stand not upon the or,
der of their going. A number have
reache4the United States and others
are coming, and the conven.t Is totally
FRANCE says she intends to have
Tunis, and that England camiot snake
mouths at her without previously giv.
Ing up Cyprus, out of which the Porte
was beguiled by Beaconsfield at the
time of the Peace Conference. Eng.
land is fi a dilernima, and sonef the
Liberals islet on the abandonment of
Cyprus, as having been improperly
secured. Italy Is In a fever over
Tunis, and Italians and French hav'e
already had several serious street
Aghts in Marseilles and other ities.
krance Is evidently getting ready for
a.fight with somebody, inI order to
retrieve the reputation she lost 44 the
Tom Czar is a more prisoner in his
palace. fe can go -no where, and see
nro one except in the presence of core
dons of troop9, in whose fidelity he
*annot absolutely trust, and lie Is
afraid to eat a mouthful that has not
previously been examined for poison,
or to lie down at night until his bed
has been serched for nitroglyoerine
bombs. They say has assassination is
merely a matter of time, and he evi
dently believes this himself. ils wife
Is a state of chronie terror which is
rapidly undermining her health. Al
together, we would rather be Itoscoe
Conkling on the raesj edge of a
deadlock than tie present Autocrat of
all the Russias.
The Chinese Xet Come,
The letter signed llenry Le Blank
and pu;porthig to be a sort of prophe
cy of the condition of the State twelve
years hec;e, is evidently written with
a purpose and a-moral. It convoys a
hint that in the writer's opinion the
true sort of immigrants to introduce
into this State are theChinese. It calls
attention to the fact that tea thrives in
South Carolina, and lucerne l becom
Ing one of its chief forage crops, It
also hows that the Chinese havLe for
centuries raised rice, cotton, tea and
lucerne, all of which arc suited to this
State. Moreover thme almond-eved
worshipper of Joss cannot become a
citizen, and wvill not be used by de.
signing politicians on election days,
nor will his labors be disturbed about
electionr timie. The last suggestion
that the Chinamnan is a deadlier foo to
rats anid roaches thami even Dick Whit
timraton's cat, is also worth considera-.
Thre Chiinuee are patient, industrious
amnd irirty ; and the cry against them
ini Utlifornia arises from tis very
inact, since they operate as a check
n1pon thre demands of unreliable native
labor. Kept within bounds, Chinese
immiigratlon is a good thing, especially
us the need of South Carolina is labor,
niot land ; and thme conflict that. has
avisenr in California would have no
cause for existence hero.
The only object ion we know of is the
alleged inability of a Chiamnan to
manage a mule. That lordly beast
hias been, it is said, especially design
ed for the corpe d'4frigue, and the
t wo go together. But as hoe hands,
as binders in; the graina Gelds, as potato
hiairvesters, as laborers on railroads
anid canals, and as laundrvmen, cooks
and house servants, the Chinese give
enthre satisfaction. Why should they
not fratoernia with the mule, also?
We see nio reason why they should
not do well in South Carolina, and we
would be0 pleased to see the experi
ment made here evean before 1883. The
distance froma China, entailing con
sierable cost of transportation might
bo a drawback ; but the matter can be
inquiired into. We commend Mr.
L~e Blank's letter to Commissaioner
TRoykhii, with a request that he read
it careihilly between the lines,
Another Letter from a Farater,
WORtKuNG FnIE~N: It Is with much
pleasure that I take th< privilege of
exp)ressing mny opinion of the condi
thon of our people to oiie so earnestly
interested in the welfare of the conn
Our people are not generally pros
pering. There are several neighbor
hoods in my mind's eye thrat arc, and
their success is al'nost invariably at
tributablo to a light negro population,
and thne prevailing dislike and con
tempt for idleness and lazinesi, which
either promp~lts or drives the young
men to wvork and consequent success.
In other neighborhoods less prosper
ous, we rdnd a heavy negro populatlin
-white intehlgemnce depending on hir
hing and renting to them for a support,
and consequently worn-out lands, poor
mules, and rich hien moen. And allow
meo here to say, the privilege of buy
ing on credit and the power to take or
give a lien on the growing crop, are
the curses of our conutry.
June 24, 1881.
eep *ato the Puture as Qe Carollmlan
From the ?tews sad courier,
Cn tTVoN, S. C,. .July 13, 1893.
Dear Brother-I have just retuirned
from my tour of Inspection through
the stato, and thid everything as
Thorndike represented. You would
hardly recogitize this as the same
country wo left in disgustin 1879, The
Sfato 1s dotted with tea plantations,
Chinese eugar cane and lucerne fields,
fine cotton plantations, and the area
of rice exceeds tiat cultivated before
the war. Therpare now fewer negroes
tha whites, and the forner have
ceased to be a politival power. South
Carolina, of course, belongs to the
great Reform party,, which las nearly
rottled the corrupt 'Republican par
ty, except in four of the New England
What do you suppose all ~ these
ohanges are owing to? You recollect
that before we left a Departmoent of
Agriculture had been established. To
this was afterwards added a Bureau
of Immigration. li 1881 this I)epart
ment introduced numbers of Buropean
imnigrants. These were tried sud
foun unsuited to our cl.unto, the
snode of living on platations, the
crops we cultivated, and in other re
spects. In 188 the Department saw
what had long before the eyes of
everybody but not gereelved. Tea
plants haa been growng well in the
State since 1869, and lucerne hud al
ways thrived in garden borders. Now
in China the gnest Nankin ,cotton, flue
tea, lucerne and rie had been culti
vated for gaucrations. This suggested
.the idea of obtaiunig Jaborers already
skilled in producing these crops, The
result was that in 1888 the Department
bno'aght flow California some Chinese.
These gave satisfaction; more were
brought then numbers were mported
from aina, and now there are said to
be near 100,000 in the State. You can
now readily see how the change was
produced in the State. Tea, sugar
molasses and hay, as well as rice and
motion, are now exported. The labor
is not disturbed by polides, andevery
thing is lovely. Y ou ought to see
,ljayne street, the new wharves and
the quantity of shipping!
But there i one r(Iraw back which
legislation way correct. The Chinese
have found out how the poppy thrieves
here, and the consequence s 'that their
wives and children (who coitnenced
to be brought over in 1889,) besides
raising silk and fish, are cultivating
POPIpy grounds and making large crops
of opi um. Although the crop is very
remunerative, yet it makes that drug
too easy of access to the Chinese and
to some extent impairs their useful
ness.. So I think, but some say not
near to the extent to which whiskev
used to injure the labor before the
Prohibition movement extirpated that
evil in 1882.
Now what shaill I do? Our planta
tion for which we could not obtain
$2.60 per acre, is worth at least 30 per
acre, tor I have had that offered. Will
you sell our cof'ee farm, and bring our
families with you, or shall I return to
Rio Janeiro, and we both come back
together? The first course would save
expense. Telephone me by theocean
line. "Yes," means I am to await
you here ; "ano," the contrary.
Your affectionate brother,
IENnY LE BLANK.
P. S.-It would do ypu g'ood to see
the number of immense factories at
Columbia, downi by what was an old1
ditch, but now a splendid canal. Spar
taniburg has over 30,000 p~opulatlon1,
and seven railroadsq centre there. The
Chinese have taughut our peole to
raise 11i1h in coopsal B ut I have not
tine to explain this. What funny eyes
the Chinese children have I Itats and
roaches are scarce. H. LE B.
TilE rexxvzJ2BITY oF C AIFORNIA.
Dr. John LeConte !tesians the Presidency
--Aspiring Rtegents andi Intriguing Pro
fessors--What the Prwess, the Alumni and
the Students Say.
From the News and Courier.
California papers of recent date con
Lion the announcement that Dr. John
LeConte has resigned the presidenev
of the Uiiiversit.y of California, which
he haR held for the past six yeiirs. le
retains the professorship 'of physies.
It is evident, from the reports, that a
ring of regents and professors has
beena intriguing to secure control of
the institution for personal ends. It
is generally charged that one of thle
regents, a Dr. Stebbins, desired the
promaptly resigned the presidency, as
lie had only accepted it after some hes
itationi, and had for a while refused to
receive the additional salary for presi
dential services. A t the same time the
regents removed Prof. Welcker, a
West Point graduate amd an ex-Con
federate officer. No attempt was made
to oust Prof. Joseph LoConate.
The action of the regents has pro
voked the condemnation of the press,
the alumni and the students of the
The Ahta C'aiefornia (Rep.) says:
"That there are dissensions in 'the
faenlty cannot be denied. Ilas the
right remedy been p~roposed? Is it
wieto summarily dismiss th mcen
whio have given the University the
good name it holds, and whose de~par
ture will be the cause of other able
'ones leaving? Would it not be better
to remove those who, by their machi
nations of personal enals, have been
thie means of creating the trouble?
We refer to Professors Moses aind Sill.
Tiheir remioval would be no loss to the
University. Their p ositions could
casihy be filled." It adds that it would
have been better for those regents vho
desire the presidency themselves to
have remiained in thie background in
stead of instigating the attack.
The Chronicle (Ind.) says the
scheme was laid to further (lie aspira
tions of two of the regents, and adds:
"It is a hopeless task to attempt the
discovery of a candidate uniting (lie
talents of a regent with the scientific
attainments of a LeConte."
The Examiner (Deam.) savs: "The
adiministjraion of President LeConte
has beeni entirely satisfactory to the
studients and their f'iends," and initi
mates that President LeConte and Prao
fessor Walcker have raised (lie stand
ard of entrance so high that even (lie
high school graduates cannot obtain
admission. Iieonce these tears.
An "Alumnus" of 1876 says in a
communication that the Alumni be
lieve that "Prof. Johnm Le~onte is Iir
abler in his department than any other
professor in the University except,
phaisa brother, Joseph. The
osofoe would be the loss of both,
and in~ Dr. Joseph LeConto will be
lost its most beloved professor, its
most eloquent lecturer and a scholar
and scientst who cainnot be replaced
by any mant in the United States."
Lastly, the graduates of tho Class of
1881 unanimousin, adopted riltnnan
to the efroct that no on "on the Pa61C
coast Cella Opace Dr. Jolhni Lo0onte;'l
that PA Weloker is the most thor.
ough nstrucor iII the University;
that tf. Moses and Sill are n
triguiing and corrupt, and that they
endeavored to bibe the secret frater.
silties to side with them inr their
seheines, and that the regents should
hold an inrvestigation and dismiss Sill
nd Moses tor the good of the Univer
These extracts sufficiently shor the j
high appreplation In which the L#, a
Coutes are held. The verdipt of the
Press, the Alumni and the students
must be most gratifying to these gen,
tlemen and somewhat unpleasant to s
tle intriguitig regent and professors
who have caused the disturbance. a
AN XviopmE apo PitosprniT.-Aii
inspection of the establishment of
Mess r', Dauchy & Co. cannot ihil to @i
Impress one witi the vastness of the
requirements necessary to meet the b
dmands of business men of all classes ti
who have learnaed tho value of news.
paper advertising. This firm, having
outgrown the limits of the offeo they h
have occupied mapy ypars at the cor
nier of Fniltoa and Church streets -have
recently removed to 27 Park Place, y
corner of Church street, where they a
occupy an entire floor, extending
through the block to Nos, 24 and 281
Murray street., a spacp of about 60 by n
200 feet. Their ofices are complete in P'
every detail. About AO feet of the
Park Plaue ,kont iA partitioned off for C
the Counting Room alnd Private Office,
wbioh are handsomely and substantial
lv fitted up. Beyond the Counting .
loom (le walls on both sides are coY- a
ered from floor to celling with pIgeon- a
holes for fies of newspapers, and on l
one side of the roo'n are a number of
alcoves, extending 10 or 12 feet, cover
ed oil both sides with pigeon-holes,
fArnishing places for about 8,000 files.
The intermediate space is filled with E
desks and tables used by the examnin- 1s
Ing and recording clerks. The Mur- ?
ray street front Is given up to the Ship- a
Iing Department, Messrs. Dauchy & T
'o, being also manufacturers and deal
ers in priliters' supplies of every kind.
--New Yurk Tribwne.
CHINEsE VEkl~ON OF TRE PRODIGAL
SON.-"A man, who has two 011s a
Son speakee to father; father got non- re
ev; give some he; father he take it all
rightee. Ijust now givee you half; s
lie givee him half; he go long war- n
like me come China to New Yo'rk. 2
No he carefil of money; use too much; D,
ioney all gone; lie velly hungly. lie a
went to man. Hd wantee work, lie aF
say ; all right; he telle hin feedee pigs. y(
lie givee pigs beans; lie eatee with g(
Pigi hinself. lie just now talkee. D
'My father lie Hhli man-muchee mon
ey, What tbr ine stay here hungly?
I want to go back and see my fathir.
I say to him, I velly, bad. H6 knows I
bad. Emperor (God see I bad. No
be son, me be coollc. lie - go back;
longee way, father see him. He takee
im on the neck. Son say, 11 veHly
bad. I Just now no be your son; .1
coolie. Ills father talkee to- boy and
say, 'Gettee handsome coate; givee
ring; givee he shoes, bring fat cow- e
kille cow, givee him to eat.' They at
velly glad. le allee samae dead, just 's
come back livec; he lost; lie get back.
Number one son come. He hear mus
le; he tellee coolie, 'What for makee
music?' lie any, 'Your brother come la
back; youi father velly glad he no
sick ; lhe killee fat cow.' Number one c
son vecliy angly ; lie nio go inside; lie ye
velly anglv. iiat her lie comee out;
he say, 'lNo, no be anwly.' Ntumbel' e
one say, 'I stay all timie by father;
never* makec angly. AMy father never
kille 0one fat cow for mec. biy brother
lie velly bad; ho use mnoney too a
muchtee; lie have fat cow and music.' m
Father say, "You no sabee; he just ~
dead; he now comnee to lifee; he lout; 0
nowv comedo back.' They niakee
mu isic." .
XTITHIN the next week the Board of mc
HY ealth will inspect the different til
premises. Citizens are regnested to i
take dlue notice and have a thorough m'
cleaning up. Parties observing at anyE
time .anything .upon their neighbora' P~
premises that might jeopardiso the public "l
healh, are expected to report the samn
without delay to the Board. e
E. W. AIKEN, M. D.' mn
june 28 C lhm. B~d. Health. cI
E A RSfor the MILLION: I
FOO CHOO'S BA LSAM of SHARK'S OIL pc
Positively Rlestores the Ihearing. and is the only n
Absolute Cure for Deafness Kntown, hi
This oil is extract.ed from a pecaliar P
species of smiall WrTE Suina, caught in t
tho Yellow Rea, known as Orclmhaodomn *:1
Rondehtii. Every Chinese fisherman
knows it. Its virtues a a restorative of p1
hearing were discovered by a Buddhist sc
Priest about the year 1410. Its cures were ec
so numierous and many so seemingly ndi- 01
raoutona, that the reimed y was officially
proclaimed over the cntire Empire. Its
use became so universal that for over 300 ~
years no Deafness has existed among the a
Chinese people. Sent, charges prepaid.
to any adldress at $1 per bottle,
Only imported by IIAYLOOK * C0., a
Sole Agents for America. T Dey 8t., New York. -
Its virtues are unquestionable and its
curative character absolute, as the writer
can personally testify. both from experi
ence and~ observation.
Among the many readers of the Reefero
in one part and another of the country, it
is probable that numbers are afflicted with
deafneas, and to such it may be said:
"W~rite at once to Hfaylook & Co., 7 Dey
Street, New York, enclosing $1, and you
will receive by return a remedy that will
enable you to hear like anybody else, and
whose curative effects will be permanent.
You will never regret doing so."---Iitor C
qf M ercantile Review. jun 25-3m o
SPRING WAGON4S a
FARM WAGONS. I
IN connection with the Bugg andC
SLprin gWagon business, I hae fod
sale the well-known
"OLD JEICRORY i.
Farm Wagon. My one.hor.s wagons arc C
coupled the same as a trwo-horse wagon,
have front hounds anjA rocking bolster.
Warranted for twelvt, months.
*ap28 - '-pDanlevy &14ns
No DA No - .1vtr
N~ts' t dlicat4
0e clear h
0" 14 1 a.i d n Ata por box
Old by. all dt IA l 6449411101
G-;. 3.M~ ALA. - april, los.S
ure In .aI used loir iell
at 0111ce sjotq*nob better now
yves a mor , and is much su
oe rore ad this medicin
all whow eir stock, cattle
ngYorses. tt, it is re resente
De.eoseo y, A. E YSER.
%4*iAr&A., July, 1878.
Mr. Shoenfeld .us* q0 sack o your Stoel
eOd on any cow. *it very satisfactory re
talte. She had recent dro her calf, and
as napOrcondition, dAudt use or you,
LOc fe dshe was rapidly Improved in Stest
d . Very reapectfull.
Sold by the druggists Ot this county.
Dr. A. It. Norton, of savannah, writes: I a
ire you it affords me pleasure to give my ap
ro*al and certificate in savor of your Lung
estorer, having given it, a fair trial in a num.
Pr of cases Where it proved succets in tht
oatment of 74ronchitis and 'Contsumption,
lve years ago my Wife was far gone in con.
amption, she had been confined to her bed the
eater part of the time, for fix months with
ectic Fever every day and I had but lit tle
)P0 of her rcoygr * but by perseverance
I h the ble gs od, her ungs are now
brfectly sound.- I gave her no other Lung
ediciue than yours and a cough syrup I make.
have nra yen them together as I have
rong baU in4fL Juceeeiecl In curing a
&mber of hopelessas and regard Brewer's
Ing Restorer as a valuable preparation.
ease send Ine per express three dozen as I amn
arly out, Slnd bill of same and I will remit
omPltiy. Wlshingjou good success, I remain,
A. It. NOUTON, X. D.,
aner West Broad and Harris sts.. savannah,
Mess. Lamar, Rankin & Liamar, Gentlemen:
Due bottle of Brewer's ung Itestorer cured
a of Bronelhitis In a Week . Uae. I will want
few nore bottle aeon. I ntend keeping It in
Y hou all the time. as duaer it a valuap.
e mdicne. oi~~ ~ UN~ DAVIS.
Sold by ie Druggists ofth Acouty.
COLUo0is, GA., April 19, 1878.
Dr. C. J. Moffeott.Jkar 0,r-My wife and my.
If are satisfied that the life of our teething
be was saved by the use of your Teethina
eething Powders), when other remedliea had
iled to relieve him. We have been delighted
th te "e andper-ananent rel.'t/ given opts qt
hrheA ).d/nfld attack of Cholera :% orbu .
ethina fi fiadfspensble to us, and should be
pt b ul.parents having small children.
JESSE B. WRIGHT,
IT 18 A WELL KNOWN FACT
aong physicians that. Buchu Juniper and
irera rava In combinition are the best
medles In the world fotdisease of the Blad.
r or Kidneys and that not less than one-half
the human aally. both miale and female
Iter from dorangement of those organs and
glect, or fal to use proper remedies hur
any to untlukeiy graves. Numerous coinaU?
tionshave been tried for Gravel,. ]trick bDue
!rsits, Bright's Disea, Weakness in. Back
i lit , produced by derangement of Bladder
A k n t none with uch happy results
itaukkin', kxtract of Buchu and Juniper. 19
n auffer from any disease of those organs'
t a bottle-one or two wIll relieve you.
Prepared onI by Htuht., Itankin & Liamar
uggats, At anta, Ga., and for sale by all
TESTIMNy dFP DRUGGISTS.
We have been selling "swift's Syphilitic spa.
te" for years. and regard it far superior to
ything known to scieace for tho diseases it
reooahmended to cure; We have never known
a 91ngIe failure.
. J. QASINLH. Thomasville, Ga.
.. F. RRX & CO.. Forsyth. GA
IUNT. IANKIN & LAMAR. Atlanta. Ga.
MHHURTON, 1ALLS & RYNOLDS, At
ATLANTA GA., July 1, 15'4
ec In t teatando covcts fo thec las
ar, and belIevo it i .the on ly certain known
n.dy that will effect a permanent eure of dis
ses for which it is recolnendled.
GRANT, ALEXANDER & Co.
31,000 RE WA RD
Will be paid to any chemfst who will find, on
slyuis of one Aundred bottle. of S. 5. 8., one
rtlce ofmercury, iodide potassiunm, or any
EN SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, Proprie
'old by all hruggistb.
jall for at copy of ''Yeung Men's Friend."
D~efectlve Wateh Cases are one of the chief
uses of so many watches not beIng good
ae pieces. The cages being thin and not fit
ag well, admit dust and dirt to the move
ent, which soon interferes with the running
.rts of the watch necesaitating cleanIng, re
iring, &c., and the amount thUs paid out If
plied toward buying a good case in the be
nning, would have taved all this trouble and
pense. We have recently seen a case that
rets all these requirements, it having been
ried for over twent-y years and stIll remains
riect. We refer to the JAB. Doss' Patent
Ifflened Gold Case, whish has become one
the staple artIcles of the Jewelry trade,
'suessing as it does so many advantages over
I other watch essee, being made ofS two
avy plates of solla gold over a plate of com
sitlon. And We adlag. all our readers -to ask
t1r Jeweler for a card or cataogue that will
plain the manner in which they are made.
it is the only stiffened Cuse made with two
ates of gold, seamless pendants, and centre,
lId joints, crown pIeces, &c., all of which are
vered by letters patent. Therefore buy no
so Cefore consulting a Jeweler who keeps the
18. BOSS' Patent stitffened Gold Case, that
an may learn the difference between it and
l imitations that .claim to be equally good.
For sale by all responsible Jewelers. Ask to
e thes warrant that accompanies each ease,
ad don't be persuaded that any other make of
as_ is as good. ____ap 1.
HAVING determin.-~to "CLOSE
UT" our stock t(Spring Dress
oods, 'we 6fter you from this date
nup:4 bargains in same. We have
complete linb of these goods, and
arties will do well to call, exa1mine
id price these before purchasing
te would also call your attention to
ar line of Faney Muslin and Linen
awns. In white goods we are "Fn11
p." Our line of these goods con.
ets of Linen Lawns, Victoria
awns, Bishopl Lawna, Plain, Platid
id Striped Nainsooks,, Jaconets,
afAics, Piq~ues, Plain and Pla~id
wiss, &c., &o. Laces, Laces,
ices. Edgings, Edgings, Edg
ALL AND BEEC FORL YOUR
ioMASTR BRICE & 1KETCHlIN,
*sbnumwo page s fksp.msabeset,
<I,: -'C" w V
"What has earth dearer In palace or grove,
* han music at nmghtfall froml lips that we love."
"I yes, Music, Sweet Music, does
make Home, Sweet Home, happier and
dearer. and the 4edd of a family that in
these days of oulture and progress does
not place a Piano or an Organ in his
home, deprives himself and dear ones of
a vast amountof pure and refining enjoy
mont. Our Sunny Fouthland has in the
past ton years taken a wonderful step
forward in Miusisal development and the
grand question now being agitated in her
millions of homes is not "Sall we buy an
instrument," but "How and where shall
we buy it." And it is a perplexing ques.
tion, too. The papers are now flooded
with flaming advertisements offering won
derful bargains of $1,000 Pianos for $'.97,
17 Stop Organs for $85. One friend ad
Yises this, and another that, and so on,
until the worried buyer becomes notually
afraid to buy at all. lest he be cheated,
and so delays until some unscrupulous
traveling agent comes along and "sonops
him in" with a cheap, "snide" instru
ment. which, in the end, proves a sourceo
of mortiacation, rather than of enjoy
WHERE TO BUY. HOW TO BUY.
THE QUESTION SOLVED,
Ours to answer. Ours to point the pnce]
to buy good, honest Instrunients at honest
priees. Ours to save buyers from imposo.
tion and overcharging. The mission of
LUDDU & BATES'
SOUTHERN M U 8 I0 HOUSE,
The great Piano and Organ HouRA of
the'South, to furnish Southern buyers
with Pianos and Organs from standard
makers, at lowest factory wholesale
prices. Established in 1870, and now an
immense Music House, Magniflcent Dou
blo Store, sixty feot front, threo stories
above basement. Two hundred Pianos
and Organs in stock. Thousands of in.
struments sold y(arly. Our field the
South. Our customers legion Our capi
tal ample. Musicians ourselys. An
army of employ ee. Branch ilouses in
seven cities. Our travelers everywhero.
Exclusive control of the best in.tramentil
in the world. Direct connection with
manufacturers. Always pioneers in low
prices. Able and willing to competo with
the world, Pledged and sworn to do it.
AND NOW MARK US WELL.
Don't wastu time answering absurd and
deceptive advertisements. If you want
cheap instruments, we have them, and ati
less than the lowest. We compete with
Beatty, or Marchall & Smith, or any other
man, no n'atter where he lives or hew
much he blows. 266 different styles and
prices to select from, and such niakers as
hChickering, Mathush ek, Arion, Southern
Gem, M1ason & Hamlin, Peloubet 45 Co.
and Sterling. Sent on test trial, Low
freight guaranteed. Stools, Covers, Muaic
and MUsicAL JOUnNAL given free. A little
cash now, and balance in the fall, is all
we want. Special terms for midsumnier
trade. V 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. Addroes
LUDDEN & DATES, Savannah, Ga. t
N. B.- Send also for Catalogue of Sheet
Music, Music Books, Violins, Guuitis, -
Flutes, Band Instruments, Drums,
Strings, Orguinettes, Zithers and all
small Musical Instruments. Inmmenwo
stock. Lowest prices South.
WE, the undersigned, respectfully in
form the citizens of W1IN N $BORO and
vicinity that we have REMOVIED to
And are now in receipt of a full line of
new and desirable
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
Which we will sell at the lowest prices
Laces and Embroideries, which we offcr at
accordingly low prices. (
We respoetfully ask the attention of th I
Ladies to our entirely now fresh
stock of these goods.
English Swiss, Plain and Plaidled Nan
sooks, Piquea, in great variety.
Ladies' Lane Scarfs, Ties and Pews, at
fifteen cents, worth thirty-five cente.
BEAUTIF ;L SPRING SUITS
FINE, MEDIUM and COMMON
For MEN, YOUTHS and BOYS.
M AnE TO ORDER.
Suits made to order at very low prices.
SAMPLE8 ON EXIBITION.
P.Laidecier & Bro.
ALARGE lot of the cheapest Toilet
ASoap for the price ever brought to
Winnsboro. Oall and be convinced.
MeMABTER, BRICEZ & RETOHIN.
THE H OTTE FvlYZAbE .'INSTITUTE,
REV. WM, R. ATKINSON, PRINCIPAL
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
[From GEN. J. D, KVNNEDY, Lieutenant-Governor of South Carolina.)
CAMDEN, S, C,, December 17th, 1880.
As a patron of the -Charlotte Female Institute it affords me pleasure to testify to the
horough nangemcnt of every departmicnt of it. This knowledge is derived from a
1mit to and inspection of the institute. Strict attention is paid not only to the edu
lation but health and comfort of its pupils. Its honeliko air impresseod me most
avorably. The Iev. Mr. Atkinson, with the aid of his able and accomplished corps
>f assistants, presents every inducement to patents who have daughters to educate. I
ihull contin-o to 1-atronizo the school. J 1). DHENNEDY.
[From PnoF. J. F. LATIMRn, Pu. D., of Davidson College.]
I can testify to the success the Charlotte Female Institute has attained under the
lirection of Mr. Atkinson, who has in the three years that he has been principal,
'aised this school to the highest place among our edueational institutions. He has
pared neither care nor expense in securing the services of the most accomplished
Lnd experienced teachers, and in making the institute a comfortiable and pleasant
tome for its pupils. No patron hats over visited the school without being more than
ver pleased with the arrangements for the welfare of his daughters. From being
resent at some of its examinations and personally inspectang tle work of the pupils
hareon, I know that the instruction is thorouglh and of a N cry high graido. Dr.
3idez, the Professor of Music, is regaided by his pupils, many of whom are amateur
ady musicians, graduates in mupic at other institutions, as the most advanced and
ecomplishod teacher of music that has ever come South. J. F. LATIMER.
Until July 1st address the Principal to CIIAPEL HILL, N. C., as ie will teach
here at tle Normal School this summer. jun 217-3m
THE "QUEEN BESS" CORSET.
The "QUEEN BESS" Corset and Skirt. Supporter is by far the mot comfortable
ver introduced. It is a porfect fitting corset, and has new and improved shoulder
traps, easily adjusted to any desired length. It also has the immensely popular
'ATENT CLOTH STEEL PROTE( TOP, wlbioh not only prevents the stools from
usting, but also renders it impossible to break the clasps. Warranted in every par
icular. F"OR SALE~ONLY by
may 26 J. M. BEATY & CO.
-- o --
(0 THE LAJDIES 01F FAIURFELD GOUNTY ;
HAVE just opened and have now rendv for your inspection one of tle
irgest and best selected stocks of MlLIINER?, FANCY GOODS AND
TOTIONS ever brought to this place.
MRS. BOAG, with the assistance of her new milliner, MISS BLACK, of
laltimore, intends sparing no pains in these departments, and will replenish
nd keep them full during the season.
A FULL LINE OF DRESS GOODS, Buttons and trimmings to match. The
est and cheapest line of CORSETS. Also a lot of Linen Ulsters and Under
DAVIS VERTICAL FEED
TIE best in the market for plain or heavy and fine fatifly sewing. ONE
THOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD to any one who can compote with
t-both as a mnachine and the range of work it turns out. Warranted to wear
ntilh any of the first-class nmchiie on the market. Two hundred of these Ma.
hies in use in Fairfield County.
-A.LS I bT STO~E.-ED
A fine lot of Planting Potatoes. Onion Sets, Seeds, Corn, Oats, Cheese
1rackers, (CIkes. Candies. Bacon, Flour, Meal, Hams, Smoking aid Chewing
'obacco, Cigars, Bedsteads, Mattresses. Trbles, Safes, Chairs, etc.
To arrive, 15,000 feet, of Good Assorted Lumber.
Dry Goods, of all kinds, Millinery, etc., low down to make room for a new
Dt of Spring Goods.
ar 3 J. 0. BOAG.
STILL THEY COME
I do not quote my
prices in the pa
per, but give me a
call and you will
find that I sell alit
tle cheaper than
the cheapest. And
don't you forget it.