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.W .' A.ec....Neo.
OTuhla-iWS '0n d a9grag [
exercises. A e
Vrxiix,. F k. 9, ItW9 'fog.
nRing and a nklng -windtre Ar
day or.qU1J1ec ahon our the trehide.
1rUiV ,a aoW Will kdcte Grant and
THei colrd teimherg' Institute in -
-6ltwa1is.pr~mouncod 4 gratifying I
succes,.both in numbers and In the I
exercises. Fairfield Is well ropre. 4
Aewawa wiacelived over Wl~ threat- '
enuig aid warning letters hwithin a
day or bwo rfter the wounding of the
Vresidnt,and a detective was sent by i
nthe New York police along with him
w aen ho went to Washigton. Authur,
learning this, dhsaised the detecti .h
r shock.; mos t encouraging and
gratifing features of the lyea dent'e i
condition Is his enonons gill Vower, I
and his determinati n to pull throug.
,On a physician's remaking that there iR
one chance of recovery, hereplied, IWe
will take that cane.l oafiendhe
said,1dan a bad e but I am s
gedog to pris through." e Is patient
andebeer Tand has aked that all I
thr per rtheles caltten about him
4nty te ketsoethat hecan te the
whendhegets well. Physicians sayt
there were three crises n rhis camei
ist. shock; aecad, amorhge and J
tird,,bloodposeyung. obeas passd
thronlhiwo suncg aftily' and the time
for the third Is aeproachi - Da i
tenth da, whRh Re today, is prO
nouncedthe one. fraught fth -mots
nger r At et no one etopected him
to lIve,.but eaterda adds j~ely to
the en-to-ia1Zsad rak,
foeuidentmeay com and Presidents
mRygo, but thoew York enatoria t
deadlock promlses to go' on forever 1
and ever. The possMNe ace~ulon or I
Arthur to th residency calls atten
Lion to lie Pesidets of the Senate,
and r mnders the election In New York
still more itportant tb.au evar. With.
nout the Senators fron that tat the
Detnoorats have a majority, and can
elect their man unless the lepublican s
SAllibuatc, as *they dot.lBets will.
ven with e Republics sucactsors to
'Conkling n iiPlatt, th parties will be
comev Saored i less David h Davi
goes with the Repueluan partk In the
organizatio. But the inif-breeds in
New York are determined to elect
lhekrzent. Oftew- Lah wthdrwn
frow t~xe At-ngglc*; and ~a vauntie, corn
pstig a neJoiti of the Republicans,
dec nomind ilr at-id Laplim.
*Conklig. -followers still hg~ld., out,.t
andma scandalon~ey dislsue in whicho
.ba wman ftgued The~*~n revwas
-npicketiop; butlk ase saLeah rebe
to Congres, the soraea halvebdred,
ped. hi, rer lwa tfbeed thepoin
othe caenr emdes, To1 thefHous
,and onthe t altot -S he baced
only eghtors tie vtes ofaielectbon.
otllc unil the ends; nil heucced
ineepng hs phala~ n woehch cas
th eoght thea cdtonre the SPe
there. is gh witheb reuthiros a-s
hmrant as the wonectied whth the
aecmsin~e of Artu. T ho parties
*art ~st eenl balacdtt nte lieo
d---Tet r"nong iaw is sroid, tn
faor msanaser dicounity.qiwic
-Fred.n Waurde, aw colrboy was
pred i Brer' mo.iill tond, pohet
ote cuy. last e. ~ ~~
-Dr.~an .L Tmptna a~ale promi
-~ -- ment physidin of Abbeballt dhed lae
-Tlyeiho napin cogeg fan eletion.e
Coi aemig ret iffors to horl
i- eeinhiss Lpzihapan, ogehr Newbl
ro as a occetedapoiinustece
A thougahaa t emadiio Coflteesi
denta tmoay orintan Fair
liew atin ronvilbacony, thepcons
Eiisght ar tho stock aoft Nas
imorMontdas athpubecsane, with the
dcividend off.tu.Te w ate
asevenlycu baancedgrtonaed lie
oDavote fau r the salGeen leo
favor MondLany. con.
-Jrid. Mcade, a olde bof was
Wr of1812,dBedbnear mipobe, ins
ateaonburg conty n he2kt.o
-Dn. He wa. Tnehple8th yar.
-The Breenil Conegation fthbe
- hld-a emaa meeting gra es t coek
plt tert Church, at tAtbelace.
-JonathanTe hamsn, of member.o
Compe ayi.h2lh Feal Collegeti
the1 Mno wrieat horigs at iran
e rcr'lcount'ura ast. i
-Th, eq. Nwabefry-..aounyi Sbday
-Rigt h arnvento'sok ofl hthe n
Tn Mondy a)tulichdy,uy 2wt the
12d, in -the aptIet church in Newbor.
+--. L. Solinmpart, Esq., of New
terry as urchased oan N1. .
I'ish 'ette.; bAnied Batig, at 'hie prio.
of twettgene guineas.
kt.The niew Methodist church at
0 a1, crro rity .ewberry Cir
I 11ibe 4eacstd on the third;
ay of tWdsmiatth. Prof. W. W.
LAstA , of Wofford College, win
prveach the dedicatory sermon.
-Mr. R. W. Da-vis will leave New.
oerry on the 14th -to Aake ,charge as
aptin Of the French Broad Mteamer
Wich wMitl betput.on the 10tit. lit will
un from a point twelve uAles abovel
lendersonville to Brevard, a distauce
>f thirty-four miles.
-MLast week-a.fightsoccurrod on the
luns Creek, a few miles fnom Eilen.
on, Aiken county, between Henry
xorbett Mingo tes and two- others,
n whichiVothott eceived several se
ere knife wounda. All the parties
ire negroes-cause -a woman.
-Ienry Renwick was knocked in
he head with a rock by his brother
sac, on last Monday evening, on M.
L aten.wick's plantation,.in Newberry
ounty. The skull was brdken, and
lenry cannot live, if he is not alreadv
lead. The cause Of the difficulty, as
eported, is that Isaac was beating his
vife w.hen Henry interferod to pre
ent'it. Both parties colored.
--Mr . Y. Jones shot Henry ileard
m -last IFriday at Abbeville. It ap
ears that they had some difficulty
bout the rental of-a 'house, and Mr.
rones ordeled Heard to leave hId
remises, which he positively renised
o do. Thils with some other difficul.
about labor on the farm bropght
out a dispute, with the result as stat
d abocve. They met near the depot
rhere the quarrel was renewed aid
leard was shot in the thigh. The
round s9 only a flesh one and no soi.
US -results are expected.
A Cvaioos APICATION iabR Di
'0 a.--Ben. Mullett, a colored mian
rho cultivates cotton and drinks whita.
eyi came to Little Rock, and, fiding
he United States Judge, saicd:
"I'se got a piece ob busines3 for yer
"Well," replied the Judge, "pre
"I'se arter a divorce."
"I have very little to do with such
ases. But why do you wish to sever
lie ties which bind you to a coipan
)u who in all probability is much too
uod for vou?"
"Kase'l can't get along wid him,
"Yes, sah him."
"You didit marry a man, did
"No, sah; I married ez likely a cenc
d 'oman ez yer ebber seed, an? I don't
rant no divorce from her. I wants a
avorce from my son."
"From votir aon?"
"Yas; las6 dat boy is a monstrous
Ight of trouble, an' spen's ebery nick
l he can git his hani's en."
" The'e is no such thing as a divorce
Von a son."
"Dar may not be in de law, but dar
s wid me. What's de law fur e it
In't to pertect a man? Any man can
ft a divorce from his wife, but gittlin'
ne from his son is one ob de fine pints.
ay, now, Jedge, de law on do pint ob
eckncal'ty-ken do anything. C(an't
'er miako. dis a tecknica'tv, jest to ob
ego de-olesa -what driv a team en
--LGNDoN, July 4.--A Constantino
Je dispatch says'the Sultan has resolv
d to commnute all the sentences of
leath except in the cases of the actual
Liurderers of Abdul Azia.
WON'T WAs.-- A favorite game at
he seaside is trying to distinguish be
wveen city belles and their maids wheni
oth are fn the water together.-Phila
l'eiphia .iews. Should think the di -
erence would be quick ly discernible.
rho former "won't wash''-ur rather
lie color in their cheeks will wash--off.
1) Y yrhtu of an execution to me dl
I.) rected, I will offer forsahe bek,~0
he cour.-house door in Wnf r
1.. C., On thle tirst Mon~ldai 'i"iAngust
iext, within the lega ~rs of sale, to
lhe hiighest bidder, r1 cash, thes fol-.
o wing describediopert,~ to wit:
All ith ~Dland lying in Fair
field County, containing onie hundred
uid twenty-two (122) acrec, and
boun.ded by'lands of Samul. McQuiatters,
N. Marshall, C. Means, i. 8. Des
portes and B. E. Elkin. Levied upon
is the property of IB. E. Elkin at the
suit of Jno. 0. ilnh~or.
J. D. McCA RLEY,
Sherifr's Offiee, S. F. C.
Wininsboro, 8. C.,
July 11, 1881. july 11
Free to Everybody!
A BEAUTIFUL BOOK for the ASKING
By applying persionally at the nearest
afficoof TRIE b~iNCGER M.ANUFACTUR
ENG CO. (or by postal card if at a udia.
tance) any ADULT person will be pro.
mented with a beautifully illustra:,ed copy
of a Now Dock entitled
STORY of the SEWING MACHINE
containing a handsome and costly .teel
engrabving frontispiece. also. '.8 finely en.
graved wood outs, and bound in an elab
orate blue and goldl lithographied cover
No ehiargo whatever is made for this hatid.
some book, which can be obtained ornly
by application at the branch and subordi
nate offices of The Singer Manufacturing
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING Co.
Principal Offiee, 34 Union 8quare,
masy 17-ly New York.
SEEDS TH AT SURPRISE!
THE PAltME3RB' "BONANSA."
frm ie no' eer tonbae deltI'dous rw
eoed.5: senI b7 ali e0ts. a papr Sch
Wto b e I e eei huan n i nown. 71n.
eve grow n~ /.. firm, lseiou crsp an
ena: betn r f hlp. 2s etaa papro24
ee~l * n wa 3toI fe Iong-Ine
equal ao early, r u n
8sa Corn (fo *e Nil, '. Ie lmrnnsl
InI Rnt wi er. ohe er fI q. rnequald
Addrad7s. 84.3eRTAM(b AItaditw, GA.
it~ ner Jion., W* . ciheCaso, Mayor, ol
No DAtoR IN TAxA o MO AY APeL Livus
F5LZB."Tboya harmless to the etrutdelclnte
persov, bUs s netrating that they clear the
976L 6of -all impurit les. and gently escite th
o alPtcy action. Pce 1O pentserbeu
Wdogetats In thiescounty.
fuLMA, ALA. A r1l , 18'
Mr.L P. GOodAvin A en-dea$ Sir: I taI
pleasure in stating tha I have used your bied8
cated'Stock Feedbou & very poor cow, witt
6reat success. She looks much better now
givesa great deal neremnlik, and is nuch -I
erier. I therefore recommend this ediN1
Al who wish to i rovp their a -cttiI
an eas it to rly what-it is represent
to be. ery respectfully, A. KAYSER.
EUFAvULA. AgA., July, 187R.
Mr. Shotafeld: I tued iOne sack of your Stoc'
Feed on toy cow, with very satibfactory re
sultse. -Ehe had regently dropped her calf, and
wan In it poor condftlon, and by the use of your
tock Feed she was rapidply It oved in Ava
and milk. Very respeotfully.
(190. n. DA
sold by the druggists o Rt.l.s coupty. .
Dr. A. It. Norton, of avannah, writes: ' as.
Bure vou it affords me pleasuro to give my .ap.
proval and certifloato u favor of your Lun'
testorer, having given it a fair trial in a num.
ber of cases where it proved success in the
treatment of bronchitis and Consumption.
-ive years ago my wife was far gono in con.
itmption, she had been coulmd to her bed the
greater part of the time, for six months watli
lectic Fever every day and I had but little
ropes of her recovery, but lW perseverance
ath t ne blessings of God, her Lungs aro now
VrfetlY sound. I gave liar no other Lung
edicine than yours and e cough *.rup I make.
I have. generithy gTen them toget er as I have
-trong feith in both. I succeeur41 in .curing a
number of hopeless cases and pegard .Brewer's
Lung Restorer as a valuable -preparation.
Please send me per express three.iorzen as I an
iearly out. Send bill of same anti I will remit
-rompt y.r rsein ygod success, I remain,
A It. NOR ON, M. D.,
Dorner West Broad and Harris Sts.. Savannah,
-4-1 Acow. GA.
Messrs. Lamar. Rtankin & Lanwar, Gentlemen:
.-One ttle of Brewer's Lung Restorer cered
me.of nronchitis in a week's time. I will want
Jew more bottles soon. I intend keeping it in
my house all the time, as I consider 1, a valua.
ble medicine. Yours respectfully
$old-by the Druggists of.thiscounty.
CoLUince. Q a., April 12, 1876.
Pr. 0. J. Mdoiett-Dea 'Shry-X~d.wife and my.
.elt are satisfied that the life of our teethinir
babe was saved by the use of your Teetimji
Teething Powders), When other ..remediea
aIlled to relieve him. We have - bten delighte
with the 6pd and permanent relief gi'ven one 0'
ur children rom' eevere'aflqk-bf Cholera Mforbui.
reethina i idfiepemnfbe to tis, alid should be
eot by tll parents having small children.
tifspectfully, etc., Etc B WRIONT,
IT IS A WELL KNOWN FACT
among pbyslcians that Buchu Juniper and
"arer, Brava in combination rare the best
remedies in the world for disease of the Blad
der or Kidneys, pnd that not less than one-half
ON the human family. both * mal'e and female
suffer from derangementof those o ans and
neglect or thU to use proper reminles hurry
many to untimely graves. Numerous cnmb
nations have been tried for Gravel, Brick Dust
Deposits, Bright's Dl.gense, Weakness in Back
and Hips, produced by derangement of Bladder
and Kidneys but none with such happy results
as Riankin's Extract of ltuchu and Juniper. It
you suffer from any disease of those organs,
-Mt a ottle-one Or two will relieve you.
Prepared ouly by Hunt, itankin & Lamar
Druggists, Atlanta, Ga., and for sale by all
TETIM[ONT OF DIM UGGISTS.
We have been selling "switt's Syphilitie SpM
ifnc" for years, and regard it far superior. 0
anything knowi' to science for the diseases It
Is recommended to cure. o have never kown
of a single failure.
9. J. CA8S1SL. Thomasville, Ga.
L. P. ORREi & CO . Forsyth. Ga.
HUNT. RANKIN &LAMAR. Atlanta.Ga
PEMBD'I ON, SAMUBLS & REYNOLDS' At.
ArTLAN'rA. GA.. July 1, 5af4,
We h&ve bien using ."Swift's Synblite Spr
ilc" jn the treatmen'-of convicts fort the last
eal', and believe it. is tho only certain knot
remedy that will elifuet a permasent~a cure of dis
eases for -which'10 is sNcomimei nded.
GitANT. ALEXANDER & CO.
Will be paid to any chemist who will Dd, on
analysis of one hundred bottles of 8. 8. S.,' one
article of mercury, lodhio potassium, or any
TilE SWIFT I4PEVIFIC COMPANY, Proprica
torn, Atlanta. Ga.
Itold bv all bruggists.
Call for a copy of * Young Men's Friend."
EARS for the MILLION!
00O CHO0'S BALSAM of SHIARK'SO
Positively Itestores the IHearing. and is thejgl
Absolute Cure for Dearness Know/p
This oil is extracieih-fiom a pediai
WpCIOR of sinall frR cauh i n
the Yelow , know n as Carcharodo,
Rondeisii.. Every Chinese tishermat;
inf i.Its virtues aq a rostorative o;
Wa.'ring were discovered by a--Buddhisl
Priest about the year 1410). Its cnres wer<
so numerona and~ mnay so seemingly uii
raculous, thsat the remnedy was ofheinll)
piroclaimed over the entire Jy mnpiro. It:
use became so universal that for over 3t0t
years no Deafness hass existed amnonig thi
Chinese people. Sent, charges inepaid.
to any add~ress at *1 per bottle.
Only imported by IJAYLOCK & CO.,'
Sole Agents for Amierie,. 'l Dey Mt., New York
Its virtues are nauquestionable and it.
curative character absolute, ase thei writei
oan.sersonallj.testify. both from: experi
once and obseervation.
Among the many readers of ti-. Revlet,
in one part and anotherrof the country. i
is probable thaut numbeit are afflicted wits
doaf'ness, and to such it may be said
" Write-at once to Haylock & Co., 7 De:
8treet, New Yo~rk, enclosipg $1, and 301
will receive by return a remedy that wil
enable you to hear like anybody else, san
whose enrative effects will be permanent
Yon will -never regret doing so-"-1&dio
ofMercantile Review. j un 25-3mn
M hAING t*WAT[CHIES.
.Defective Watch Cases are one of the chr'e
causes of so many watches not being 'go
time pi-ces. The cases being thin and not lt
ting well, admit durst and dirt to the move
mnent, which soon interfer(es with the runninl
parts of the watch niecestating cleaning, .rc
pairing, &c., and the amount thus paid out I
applied toward buying a good case in the be
ginning, would have raved a ll this trouble ans
expense. We have recently seen a ease ths
-neets all theso rcquiremensta, it having becj
carried for over twenty years and still remain
perfrect... We refer to the 4J48. 1508S' Paten
Stiffened Gold Case, whkh has become on
of the staple articles of the Jewelry trade
possessing as it does so many advaxntages ove
all other watch eases, being made ef' tu
heavy plates of solid gold over a plate of con
position. A nd we advise all our readers to as
theiir Jeweler for a card or catalogue that wil
cx plain the manner in which they are made.
It is the only Stiffened Case made with tw
plates of gold, seamless pendlants, find centni
nolid joints, crown pieces, &c., all of whieh'al
covered by letters patent. Therefore buy si
cesso 'efore consulting a Jewelnr who k'eeps tii
JAM BOSS' P'atent Stiffened Gold Caseiti
you may learn the difference between'it an
all imitations that claim to be equtally gooe
For usaie by all responsible Jewelers.. As*
see the warrant that accompanies each'ciy
and don't be persuaded thattany other make
case is as good. ap 1,
rAM now prepared to receive returm
.... of all real estate aind personal prot
orty owned by .the citizens of Winnsabort
for the Municipal ear 18*1-2.
july 2 - . Terk of Council.
- ELARS40 0IDDW.P THE F0RE,
If abienik 'wboly Gd ii from nature or dim
vase. y e fease and send m
HAVING 4d enOindltoq "CLOSE
OUE" our aboek of Spring Dreds
GoW4a,2*O Ofer.1ou from this date
unusual bargains in sano. !Wefhave
a completo line of those goodi,: and
paloies will do well to Call, examiu
and'price fliese -before purchasing.
We would also call your attention to
our lipe of Fancy Muslin and Linen
Lawns. In white goods we are "Full
I.X 1ur line of these goods" oon:6
'iiists! of Linen Lawns, Victoria
Laes, Bishop Lawns, Plain, Plaid
ad Btr1pea-' Nain books, Jaoontts,
Cambries, Piques, Plain and lipid
Ssiais,: ., &o. Laces, Laces,
Lages. Edgings, Edgings, Edg
CALL AND SEE FOR YOUR.
- :.. 't L VES. .
McMASTER, BRICE & KETCHIN.
SUGAR8. assorted. Coffies, -Ito,
Lnavra and 4Old Gov. Java.
Rio .and --Old Gov. - Java Ronated.
Tdai Black, Imperial, Gunpowder
and geung Hyson.
Pears, Peaches, Pineiapples. To
matoes, Salinoi, Corned Beef, Deviled
Ham and Turkey., Sardines, Aq..
}lacaroni and Checeie, Ginger Pre-.
servos, Pin .Head Oat Meal, Coopel
Gelatine, Mustard, Black Pepper and
BMv9in-~Catoup, Cross & Black
well's Chow Chow, Empire C how
Chow, Assorted Pickles, Lea Per
r1n Wvrcestershire Sauce.
JAF. MoMASTER & CO.
- ept N4
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN
ELEGANT SECOND,8TOCK OF
GOOIbS, WHICiH IS READY FOR
THE' HANDSOMEST LINE OF
Ladies' Neckwear in tho City.
'THE BEST STOCK OF WHITE
Goods in Town.
AGE$T for the. DALSHIEIMER
BROS., F7 PHILADELPHIA,
FINE LADIES SHOER.
BAR&AINS in GENTS', YOUTHS'
AND BOYS' CLOTHING.
TO PRN.VENT F9RES;TALLlNG.
BE .IT ENACTED' AN~D OltDAINED
tho Town of Winnsboro, South C'arolina,
-in Coneil mest:..
fI. -That from and -after the passiage ol
this Ordinance, tao person shall engage in
I the business of a buckster withau t~h
corporate limits of the. own of Winns
boro, Aithout first obtaining a license
froni the Town Council, wich license
shali be granted upon t''e payment o1
TWVENTY-FIVE DOLLAlto per annum.
DAny person shall be deenied a bucksteu
withifn thle meaning of this Ordinance
r who, not-being a merchant having a fixed
place of business, shall engage in the
- bustiness of selling chickens, turkeys,
'1 ducks and other poultry, egge, butter,
i1 fruit, fish, game and vegetables, not of
theitown raising, catching or production.
II U ta6 frorni and after the passage o1
tIringio It shall- not be lawful fo:
1any p;oother.than a licensed huck
inter, or a mieirehat having ji fixed place
Jof bn~esin ithin:the corporate limits o1
awnt buy with intent to soil th'E
harfe witn said -corporate limits, or te
~ship thessRame for sale to places outside
- the ' ~prat0 limlits, :;any chickens, tur.
0> .i e k~Au or otiir poultry, eggs, but.
r, tr,*It-,fifh'. game or other vegetables,
,t net of their own raising, eatohing or pro
. III. Any - person violating any of the
provisions of this Ordinance shall, or
conviction thereof, be fined not excoeding
s the sum of TEN DOLLABtS, or he i.
.prisoned niot exceeding TEN DAYS in the
, conrty jaIl or tQWnl guard-house, for eacla
and every offence.
Done in Counoil this 8th 4Ay 'of-..nly
1881. and with the Corporate lUeal of said
Town affixed. JOHN .--NEIL,
Atlest:E, s. CHANDLERI,
july 7 :fonI.: - -:
ma mauao atighttar otAW1ips that love."
Ahl yes. Muslo, Sweet 'Musio ,'.. dqps
make Home, Sweet Home. happi er _ant
dearer. and the head-of a family that in
these days.-of culture and progrewb does
not places Piano or an Organ lin his
home, deprives himself and dear ones of
a vast amountef Imre and refning enjoy.
oment. O.ir Sunny Southland has in the
past-ten years taken a wonderful fs*p
torwArd in .Mosical development and the
gradd qu'dstion now being agitated in bor
millions of homes Is not "Shall we buy'an
pnrument,'Abut "How and wbte shall
6e buy it." An'd It is a perplexing ques.
tion, toq. The papers are now flooded
with flaming advertisements offering won
derful bargaina of $1,000 Pianos for $297,
17 Stop Organs foltQ0:/ One friend ad
*ines this. aid anothidr that, and so on,
until the worried buyer becomes atually,
afraid to .bAuy at all, lest I e be cheated,
and so delays until some. unscrupulous
traveling agent comes along and '"senops
him in'; with a cheap, anide" instru
ment, which, in the end,-p roves a source
of niortifieatlon, rather than ,of enjoy
WEERE TO BUY. 1OW TOBUY.
TE QUESTION SOLVED.
Ours to answer. O-a to point the place
to bqy goo,. honest tments at honest
prime. -Ours to ,a ' from Imest.
tion and everchargi nission of
LUDDW & SATES'
SOUTIERN X U S I C HOUSE,
The grdat Piano 'and -Organ Housn of
the South, to furnish Southern bus ers
.with-Pianos and Organs from' standard
makers,. at lowest factory wholesale
prices. Established in 1870, and now an
immense Music House, Magnifient Do
ble Store, sixty feet front, three atories
above basement Two hundred Pianos
and.Organs in-stock. Thousands of in.
atruments Pold yearly. Our field the
South. Our customers legion Our capi
tal ample. Musioiana oturselv.-t. An
rmy-of employee;. Branch 1ouses in
seven cities. Our travelcr - everywhere.
Exclusive control of the beat instraments
in the world. Direct connection with
manufacturera. Always pioneers in low
prices. Able and willing to compe te with
the world. Pledged and uworn to do it.
AND nOW XARE US WILL,
Don't waqte 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 & 1mith. or any other
man, no ratter where be lives or hew
much he bl.,ws. 266 different atyles and
prides to belect from, and suohn makers an
Chickering,- Mathusliek, i rion, Southern
Gem, Mason & Hamlin, Peloubet & Co.
and Sterling. Sent on test trial, Ltw
freight guaranteed. Stools, Covers, Music
and MAJsecAL JOUNAL given free A little
cash now, and balance in the fall. iq all
we want. Npecial terma for midsummer
trade. L 0 second-hand Pianos and Or
gans. in good repair, to be c ned out
cheap. Write for Catalogues, prices and
terms. It will pay you. Address
LUDDEX & BA rES, Savannah, Ga.
N. B.- kend also for Catalogue of Sheet
Music, Music Books, Violins, Guitars,
Flutes, Band In guneots, Druma,
t ' i 2ithere and .all
e all Musical -Instruments. Imamense
stock. Lowest prices South.
FROM THE WRECK
One Tire Plate, one Tire Dender,
one Tire Shrinker, three Screw
Plates, one Bellows, one Anvil, one
Vise. One Boxing Machine, cost
$18.00, will be sold for $10.
Lots of Oval, halt Oval' Round,
Band, Square and Tire Iron ; Hubs,
Spokes, Rims, Cariage Bolts, Tire
Bolts and all manner of castings.
TO1BE SOLD REG RDLESS OF
- ULYSSE G. DESP'ORTES.
'FOR THE PEOPLE !
FRESH CANNED GOODS AT[
L 00 XI!I
P'OTTED Clii CKEN,
AND POTTED GAME,
FRESH SARIDINE8, ETC.
;Fresh- Plcklei, Chlow-Chow, Wor
estershire andh Popper. Sauce, Pit
Peaches, somnethlrig ice, freshTona
toes, in two and three pond cana.
Roastod Coff'ees, in one pounad mek.
ages.' Fre~nch Mixed Msad ht
nySauce and. Sivceo icls
- CHEAPER THAN EVER.
1 W. Hs Donly.
AL RGE lot of the chearest Tolie
Soap tor the rios ever brought t<
- MoMASTR. nutt J &T,~
RE. W . ATINSON, PRINCIPAL,
[From OdnJ. b. KEk ED, Li.eutenont-Governor of 'outil Cat -na.2
Caarx S. C,, Decemiber lqth, 1880.
As a patron of the Clarktte Feu*-ile Institute it affor,1s mi p ewtsur totestiy to thO 5
thorough management of every dce'artment.of it. This knowledge is'dtrive from a
vhdt to and iispecilon of the inesliiute. tktrict attentioin is paid-not only to the edu.
eiton but health and -eniloi t of its Iupils. Its homelie - air impressed me most
favorably. The Iev. )Mr. Atkinson. with the vid of his able ind acconiplished corps
of assistanta, presents every inducenhent to parents who have daiuters.o eduonte. I
shall < ortin'ae to I atronize the J. D. RCNNEDY.
[From Pnor. J. p. .,ATIbmEn, Pn. D., of Davidson College,),
I con testify to the success the (.harlotte Female Insuitute has attained under the
dirootion of Mr. Atkinson, who hat; in the three , eava that lie has been principal,
raised this sohool to the high'ebt plac,ftamong our educational institutions He nas
s)ared neither care nnr expense in .securing tihe uerviuws of time most anpomPlished
and experienced teachers. and ia.maknA the institute a ci-mfortalie and plentant
home for its-pupils. No patron has ever visited the school without bein g more than
ever please-d with the arrnngenmnts for tihe %c)faro of his daughters. 'From being
jr. sent at some of its exaninations and c ronni1y inspect ng the work of the pa 11
thereon, I k-now that -the inmstrnction is t hororgh anld of a %ury Ligh grade.
Bides, the Prof. tc r of 3 i.. it rt pindeo. I his ppils, many of wlom are amateur
lidy masicians, gradinatesin niusic at Iter mltiti. as the uost idvanced and
accouplishid teacher of muisnic that haS ever come bouth. J. ". LATIME.
Session begina September 7, 1881. Terms-- $125.00 per half sesion, including
EVEUY EXPI- NSE to which the pupil is put, except for private leas.ons in muio.
TO THE LADIES OF FAI1?JiEJLD GOUNTY
I1lAVE inst opened and have now rendv fori your inspection one of the
large and best elec-ed stocks of LJLL.lEltY, FANCY GOODS AND
NOTIONS ever bronght to this place.
MRS. BOAG, ivith the assistanee of her new milliner, MISS BLACK, of
Baltimore. itends sparning no pains5 inl these tleplrtimeints, and will replenish
slnd keep them full during the season.
A FULL LINE OF DRESS GOODS. Buttons and trimmings to match. The
best and cheapest line of ORSETS. Also a lot of Linen Ulsters and Under.
DA VIS V E RTICAL FEED
T HE best in the market fhr pla or heavy mid fihe fatnily sewing. ONE
TIIOUSAND DOLLA1RS lEWAlID lo in onie who ce coanoete wth
It-both as a machiie and the rimue of work it tu'ri out. Warranted to wear
with any of the first-ehass inneliNe on the murket. Two hundred of these Ma
chines in use in Fairfield County.
A&I-SO'. 31 N\ SrTCI BjM
A fine lot of Planting PotatoceO,,nQiion Sets, Seeds. Corn,..Qnts. Cheese,
Crackers, Cakes. Candies. Bacon, Flomr, Nlcil, Iiirdis, Smnoking and Chewing
Tobacco. Cigarst, Bedsteaids, Mltresse--. Teble-5, Sides; Chairs) e tc.
To arrive. 15,000 feet of Good Assorted Lumber.
Dry Goods, of all kinds, Millinery, etc., low down to make room for a new
lot of Spring Goods.
mar 3 -,0. BOAG.
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