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8. Ad r5 A I '
Atnt . tOw1 sm
es:ertAmnvebeendr atlly 'hot dnr
- dthe week.
.. ,E. It I presented 'ifty
thotsand Aranes of his horse Foxhall
-SPARaANBSIOR ounty '-ag 4Oted a.
Oubscription of seveitty4ve thousand'
-Allars in aid of the proposed railroad
.to Augusta; and 'it is thought that
iLnurens will follow suit.
.Tua: Ait bamp of cotton for -this
-season -was sold In Galvekton on Mon.
.day for eight hundred..and Iwenty-Jve
-diollars. j..pavs4o4iave the'first -bale
When-eneh a- pr-ice can be obtained for!
No-rmNO more ba- faeenheard of the
vu4moed duelfbetween-Gen. -Gordonts
sion and ex-Mayor Huff, of Macon,
growing out of criticisms by the latter
of Gen..Gordone.management of the
insurance cempaii.y. The weather has
been, too warm-for fighting.
MR. SHOEMARER, of Baltimore,
learning that the -President preferred
-milk.to any oilwr diet, presented him
with .a magnificent Alderney cow,
-whereupon the PreAdent .got off the
.little piece of pleasantry that the be.
lieved lie would go out and see it
WE were never before-filled With 9o c
consuming desire to be President as t
upon the announcement that the .tem
.perature.of-thelWhite Househas been
'brought down by artificial means to
76 degrees. Giiteau's bullet is not
much worse than the attempt to woo a
the drowaygod with:the thermometer
in the nineties at midnight.
TuE Monetary Conference in Europe
has thus far accomplished no practical
results. England is the banker of the
world, and she wants nothing but 9
gold, despite the blandishments of
Mesers. Evarts and Thurman and-their L
confreres, who urge.that their should
be a double standard fixed oi the
basis of fifteen-and a half of all-vQr to
one of gold. Jt-is'believed-that the co
operation of the leading nations would u
secure a fixed relation at this ratio. a
The trouble is that the leading nations
refase to co-operate.
A-iund for the President's Wife. e
The action of the New York Stock t
Exchange in pledging themselves to t
raise two hundred and fifty thousand r
dollars for the benefit of Mrs. Garfield,
in ,Qrder that her :husband's mind
ble to the subscribers, as the President
"is-a:poor man .and his death .3jight S
embaunrass his family. Bunt .at the I
same time, if lhe recovers, his ivife '
should refuse to accept the git. As ii
the widow of a murdered man she
might accept:gifts Without suspecting 0
thes-donars of improper motives, but as il
the wife of a .living President she P
should not lay him under obligations 11
to any man or set of meni, more expe
cily the monley kiugs of Wall Street. s
The alleged gitt of twenty-five thou- e
sand -dllars to Mrs. Grant, by specu- I
lators,.-was one of tho scanda'ls of -her 3
husband's administration; while the
present gratuity is evidently promptedg
by the imost praiseworthy mnotives; t
the occasion for it will have passedp
with the President's recovery, and to1.
keep it there would be .to sopen the
door for calumny and misrepresenta
Far. better than a private subscrip- t~
tion, would be a pension from Athe go.v- f~
ernment itself, Just as veterans are
pensioned, and as .theo wife of A bra
ham Lincoln -was -pensioned. Govern- p
ment aid, at least to .the exten.t of pave 'ti
ing Mrs. GrfielW her havsban.d's safa- "
ry, wonuld be the tribute that a grate
fial republic pays to merit.
Happily thme emergency calling for -
such legislation appears'to be rapidly
passing away ; and we trust that in a
short while the President will bo in a '
condition to snpport his own family
wvithout outside assistance. The snb- f
sorplption. may go on, as the crisis is
not over; bit it should be apcepted s
only oni a contingencey not likely now
Messrs. Bditors; ill yon allow v
me the pleasure and privilege of con
gratulating myself to those whom it c
may concern. I would not take the.
responsibility on myself and boldness '
of heart to write these few lines to THEx
NEWS AND HERALD, if I did not feel c
that it was my duty. This confine. ~
ment in prison has p~roved satisfactory t
within my heart, and also has given d
-me a solid mind of convincomeont, as I E
know now that I can hereafter be
made a good, young and true-hearted a
citizen. And It has come to me as anm.
end to somie weary traveler who has
heen. worn out by a long journey and c
- has become rested and is candid C
enough to confess of his route. 1 hoe
the white citizens, of this town wil C
give these few words which I have
wvritten trune regard and sympath,
and also realize with them wlsat r'eai 1
ing over. Now fentlemen, asIam..about
tobring those ew remarks to a close,
I do pretend to say: No more con- p
cealed weapons shall .I carr?.. 'No sa
miore intoxicating drnsshall swal
low. . No more rudloss airs shall I por- n
foym, and also respond to the sheriff
great and true gratitude for the kInd .
deed s.wvhich ho inherited toward met
while in prison.
And do'ion't forget it.
if iffirwismO Ojr jaarvamxpeO
4P-h t Aband /
BrolW the Now York Berad.
b4y r 1866, when the Ame11i
q still WnOPe:r Isb * n. c
'ErltrIt of the naddeirng er.
sten itory An on
theeass~inofAbraham 7 on
, when President Sobnson
a.ly threatened "to make treason
10o1sjby hanging traitors" a Try o
notable production arrived In thisa
country frwn London, Concerning It to
an snouncement appeared tin tile
public prints to the followin .effect:
"A most itnportant argument tasbeen F
received by the President from Lon. .
dw, li which are set forth the reasons st
why Mvia cannot be-convcted~ n any
court of- the orkne of dreason," &c. I
t. wasa protest -against the trial of
the Confederate chiefs by military su
ommission on the ground that thev r
were prisoners of ivar, and protecteil'
by thejue gentiun, .followed by an tr
argument showing that they. ocaul not- -I
be.convkted,bycacourt and juary. It '
wasygenerally dmitted, at this time, 1
hat the argument thus presented had i
much to do with bringing about the e
Tual abandonment of the trial. Such *
mas the first form, or, as the author et
satis it, -"Arst. edition" ot a work nu
ahich has swelied Into encyclopwdie Lu
iarensonsand A.hich really covers ne:
every question. actual or -conceivable, Pr
te-to the relations of States to the
ederal government and vice versa. Co
'he tname of the author given on the "
tleeIsvP. C. Centr., barrister. It
[t:1 a long, labored, exhaustive -and, --
s we think, conclusive argument le i
avor of State rights. In a work of im
uch -magnitude we cannot.pretend to bet
uter into details. As a work of ref- a
irenee it Isaand must -remain invalua
Ae-exhanstive as it Is of American
earning In the different points raised. I
ls to the soundness of the reasoning "i
id the completenoss of the lwoot (Tc
hero-can leno two opinions; but it jtgj
vould still, we fear, be a dangerous 'Our
ixperiment for a any State to ttellpt 're
o socede of its ow'n will from the '"
Pederal Union on the strengrth of the
ights here advocated. Besides set
ing forth the Inalienable rights of
itates it has the additional an< abid
ig value of a learned and able protest ts
gainst Uentralization. be
-Richmond Is sufllring for water. liO
-Boys In San Diego, California, are n
prohibited from smoking vigarettes. L
-The army worm is paying his i-e- Es
pects to cotton in Arkansas. For
-The militia force of Pennsylvania P
as been reduced to three brigades. pri<
-Seven hundred and seventv.-five
formon immigrants arrived iii the
ew Tork a few days ago.
-The New York Herald does not
esitate to assert that "summer is
poll 1sagain, for the waternclon has
-John C. Fremont is Governor of
6rizona Territory, but don' do 1 much
ii a governing way as he spends most AN
f the time outside of the territorv. all)
-General Hawley is anthority for Is
he statement t-hat in the late war *.
here were only about twenty cases of I
ecovery from Intestinal wotinds. 1
-The Western Union Telegraph lai
ompany, on an actual investiienit of
85,000,00, own stock which at the
-Dopew has withdrawn -from thees
enatorhal war at Albany. Jude
apham and Warner' Miller-b<th w
tembers of Congress-are the candi- nns
ates put forth by the anti-Conkhing- par
-Russia Is abont to expend $160,- tors
30,000 in building ships of' war, If' c
ie Uited States could stop official -
ilfering for six months, she might ex
end a similar amount for the same
-Tle falling off in New England's can
rdp building industry appears froml ia
>miparilsonl betweeni 1855 and 1880.
athe former the tonn~age built svas
26,429; in the Inatter, 46,874.* Cause:pa
mseless protective tarifb'. p
~Mrs. Howe conlcludied sheO would ni0
o iiito t:he banking buiness in Bos- exp
m. She did. Now her creditors are met
recsenting clalims for $800,000 and( wvill cari
e glad to get five cents (on thle dollar. peri
-The Governor of Ohio suggests so1
me app~ointm~lent of a day of thanks- or I
lying and prayer fori the recovery' of ros
ie President. The Governor' of 'en- aln
ueky bad already appointed a day of Iiwa
isting and prayer. posi
liessrs. Williams & Runtled~e ,Green- exp
Ilfe, S. C..: D~ear Sirs-i le piano
urchased of yo.uu gives enltirle satisfac- pli
on, and I am convliced that it is well boil
'orthi thle price paid. coy,
Veryv respectfully, cas
J. W. G~iRNE. JA
Greenwood, E. C., Feb. 7, 1881. * you
TOWN ORDINANCE F
0 RlAISE sUPP.IEs FORi THE MUNICIPAI, an
LE IT ENACTED AND ORDAINED
)by the Intenidant and Wa.rdens of F
to Town of Winnsboro, 8. C., in Cou.--il
iet, and by the authlority of the same:
That,~ for the purpose of raising snpplies
ir the yar commencing April lst, 1881,
nd endIng Apil 1st, 1882, a tax for the
uma and in te manner hereinafter mon
oned shall be raised and paid into the
reasury of said town for the use and ser
ico thereof, that is to say: two and ahalf
~4) mills ad L'aloremi upon every dollar of
Lie real and personal property within the
orporate limits of the town of Winns
oro, tv'o dollars ($2) to be paiid by everv
male inhabitant of said town between th~e
ges of sixteen and fifty years (except ic
Ity t50) active members of each lire Tre,
ompany) in lieu of working upon the an(
troetit of said towa, and three (3) per
ent. upon the amount of all ales at aue
ion. All taxes assessed and payable uin
or this Ordinance shall be paid in the
>lIowin kinds of funds and no other:
loid and silver coin. United Statcr cur
eney and National Bank notes. All taxes
asessed herein, shall bo(e1 du i Ian b
otween the 1st (lay of October ant the
0th day of November, 1881, inclusive.
nd all taxes remaining due and unpaid
n the 1st day of Decmbi r 188I,ashall be
olleeted by distress or othiertw iso, as ire
oribed by law, together with all legal
oats. All persons owning 1pprty in
be corporate limits of the si< town of
finnaboro are requaired, between the 15th m11
ay of June and the 1st day. of Aulgust,
881, to make a Sworn retan of said
ropery to the Town Clerk, and the siaid se
'own Clerk is hereby re uired, wvhen Ue
roperty-holdtrs fail or 'refuse to make Nu
tid sworn return, to add fifty (60) per I
entum to the return of the previous nmu- we
Done In Conncil this the 21st day of e
nue, under the corporate seal of 'saidi
JOIIN J. NEIL,
Attst: E. S. Cuanr.ynn, ..
Jin C. lerk. -.
4ANE 1N 4'Altj *M#rAPpI.g Liva
LLs.-They are harm to the ist del0sto
t SW8 'Mfi.O l7.
Dig .Wd g et
Vt..b . oft tie9
oStock Fee U a very -"t Vitt
eftatu'oe. Shit looks .much b ew,
vesa greatdeal noremilk, and -1a =rudh iu
rior. I therefore recommend this -medicine
all who wish to improve their stl, cattle
.td orsee, as t it truly what itis represented
to. --,Ver respectfully, A. XATSER.
EUIFAULA, ALA., July, .1-878;
Mr. Shoenfeld: I tsed one sanek of your Stock
wed on my cow, with very satisfactory ar
Itt. She had recently dro-ped her .clf, and
is in a poor conditlon, and ythe use et your
oek Feed sie was rapidly inprpved in fesh
dmIlk. Very respectfully.
ORO. -H. -DENT.
Iold by the druggists of -this-county.
Dr A. H. Norton, of-Savannah; writes: .1 as-.
re you it affords.me pleasure to give my ap
oval arid certiflentC n favor of your Lung
storer, having given it a fair trial in a num
r of cases where It. pioved success in the
batment of Bronchitis and Consumption.
ve years ago my wife was far gone in Con
mp tion, she had been coniant d to her bed the
Dater part of the time, for six months with
'ctic Fever every day and I had but little
pes of her recovery. but by perseverance
1h ine blesings of.God, her Lungs are now
rfectly soud, i gave her -no other Lung
dcine than yours and a&eough syrup Imake.
In1ye genrinlhy iven them together as I have
ong faith In oth. I succeeded in curing a
mber of hopeless cases and regard Brewer's
ng Restorer as a valuable preparation.
ase send me per express three dozen as I am
krly.out. Send bill of same and I will remit
Pmptiy. Wishing you good success,.I remain
A. It. NOR TON,M. D.,
rner WestBJroad and Harris Ste.. Savannah,
Isarc. Lamar, Rankin & Lanar,Ger,tlemen:
ne. bottle of Brewer's Lung Restorer cured
ofiroiitis in a week's tinP. 1 will went
cw more bot ties soon. I intend keeping it in
house all the Iime, as I consider I, a valua
medicine. Yours rebpect fully.
SIEN ItY DAVIS.
old by the Druggists of thiscounty.
COrU.MBUS. GA., April 12, 1S7S.
r. C. J. 1ioffett-Dear . r- i wife and my
are satisfled that the life of our teething
to was snved by tIhe use of your Teethina
ething Powders), when other remedies had
ed to relieve him. IWe hare been delighted
Pa the npeedy and permnanent relief Ifiven one qf
children from. nevere attack of Cholera Morbus.
thlmina is indispnsib/e to us, and should be
ot by oll parents having small children.
JESSE B WRTIIT,
IT IS FOUND AT LAST?
DiUTHINO NIw UNDSn Tltnt SN -A new era
awning upon woman' Ilitherto she has
n called upon to suiTer the ilIN of mankidd
I her-own be'ic'l's. .The frequent and dis
Lsing trietularit es peculiar to her sex have
? been t heri the "direful spiing of woes
itmblred." In the mansion of thorteh and
el or poverty alike wonma i has been thell
qtant yer pitient victim of a tionsnnd ills
:n wn to ain-and wihithout a remedy. -"Ohi
d, how log ' in the agony of her soul, hath
cried. tBut now tlhe hour of h''r redemption
uae. She will siffer no more, for Bradfield's
linile Itegillator, "Wo-nan's Best Friend," is
sa l" by ali druggists.
repared by Dr. J. Bradfield, Atqnta, Ga.,
e $1 60 per bottle.
e have been selling "Swtit's Syphilitic Spa
1"for years, and regard it. ir isuwperior to f
thing knwnv to elence, for the disinses At c
cominte'uled to cure. We have never known
J. 'ASSIL. Thomasill eGn.
F. OuEFit & CO . Forsyth. Ga. -
INT. I AN KIN & LAMIAt. Atlanta, On.
IShlBDRTON, SAMUELS & REYNOLDS, At- I
a, (t. I
ATLANTA, GA., July1 11.74.
'e hr.,-ben using "Swift's Syphiitic Sp.
"lint he tratmentI ofcnis for thn~'hst
in for which it is Ireolmmende.i
GItANTP. AI-EXAND)ER & CO. -
21,000 RIEVAlm ,.
'il be paid to any chemist, who willifindOn'
lysis of oe~ lundred imttle-s of S. 8. S., One'
icle of tmercury, iodine pot.asluo n
erail subsanie. i'iiio n
H WIli'T S,PEi'CTFIC CO31PANY,'Propirie
A tlantn. (On.
Id by nIl Druggists,
dii for a -copy of - Young Men's Friend."
MA KIN3 W ATCHIES.
3fi'etive Watch ('amsm are one of the chief
ses of so many. watchecs tnot being good
3pieces. The cnses bieing thlin anid not lut
well. admit dtust and (lilt, to tihe move
at, which soon -lnterferes with the running
:s of tlie watch necessitating clenning, rc
'tng, &'c., rin-ti the anbount thus paId out if
lid towamd buyinlg a good case in the bo
ning, would have inved a ll this trouble and
ense. We-have rc.ently seen a case that
*ts ait these requiremnents, it, having -been
-led for over twenty years art still remains .
nc-. We refer to the JAS. 110SS' Patent
renedt Gold C'ase, which lhas hecume one
he staple articles of tihe Jewelry trade,
rsiing as it does so nmany advantages Over
0other wrath- rentes, being made ef two
vy plates of 50ol(d gold over a plate of com-.
thon. Antd wec advise all our rendera to ask
tr.Je weler fo'r a enrd or catalogue that,. wIll
lain the-manner 'n which they are made.
is the only Stiffrened Case miade with two
es of gold, seamless penats, and centre,
[l joints, crown pieces, ke., ail of which are
ered' by letters patent. Therefore buy no
' efore -consuIlig a Jeweler who keeps the
4. BOSS' Patent Stnfrened Gold Case, that
miay learn the dlifference between it, and
imitations that claim to be equtally good.
'Jr snie by all responsible Jewelers. Ask to
the warrant, that accompanies each ease, I
don't be persuaded that any other make of
i is as good. ap 19. -
UGAIRS, assoted. Coffees, Rio-,
Lagnavria and Old GoV. Java.
> and Old - Gov. Java Rloasted.
IS, Black, Imnperial, GunpoWder
I Young Ilyson.
'ear's, Peaches, Pincfspples, To
toes, Salmon)i, Cornedl Beef, Deviled
lalcaron)ij andc Chleeme, Ginarer Pre
ves, l'i nIlled Oat Meali,' Coopel
ld in - Cat sup, Cross & Black
Il's Chow Chocw, Em pire C howv
oW, Assorted Pickles, Lea & Per
'8 Worcestershtire Sauice.
J. F'. McMASTEE & COQ.
Thin In ,At U06
Ah: 4e, Muse, Sweet l doe"
tank. oae Sweet
deg er and the heado-ef y th
thesw days of culture and esa di"
-not p00 a Pioup or an n in in
hIm Pt~iprives himself and esrones ol
a vaet.amount of pure and refutig njoy.
ment...'Oar Sunny Southland has in the
past ten yearA taken a wonderful sto
forward .in :usioal development and the
grandquestion -nw being agitated in het
millions of homes is not "1hall we buy as
instrument," but '1ow and where sha
we buy it." And it -ia perplexing ques.
tion, to." The papers are now flooded
with flaming advertisements offering won.
d.rful: bargains of $1,000 Pianos for $297,
17 Otop Organs for.485. One friend ad
visas this. and another that, and so on,
until tb eworried buyer becomes actually
afraid to buy at all, lest he be ch d
and so d#lays until some :nscrupulous
traveling agent oomps along and "scoops
him ith a cheap, "ariid." instru.
ment 'icb,An the end,- proves a ouroc
of mnortncation, rather than of ROy
WHERE TO BUY. HOW TO BUT.
TEE QUESTON SOLVED.
Our nswer. ours to point the a
to b ll, honest Instruments at honlest
ryiees. Ours to save buyers from Impost,
t on askd overebarging. iho mission of
LUDDEN & BATE8'
SOUTH ERN X U S I C HOUSE,
The great Piano and Organ House of
theficoth, to furnish Southern buyers
with Pianos and Organs from standard
makers, at lowest factory wholesale
prices. 1Established in 1870, and now an
immense Musio House, Magnificent Dou
ble store, sixty feet front, three stories
bove basement Two hundred Pianos
ind Organs in stock. Thousands of in.
itruments ,sold yearly. - Our field the
South. Our Customers legion Our capi
tal amper Musicians onrselves. An
army o employees. Branch Houses in
,even cities. Our travelers everywhero.
Erolusiv bcontrol of the 'best inatruments
in the world. Direct connection with
manufacturers. Al*ays pioneers in low
prices. Able and willing to compete with
he world. Pledged.and sworn to do it.
ANOW MAr US WELL.
Don't waste timneanswering absurd And
Acceptive advertisements. if you want
3heap instraments, we have them, and at
less that the lowest. We compete with
Beatty, or Marchall & Smith, or any other
nan, no iiatter where he lives or how
nuch he bl.ws. 265 different styles and
prices -o select from, and such makers as
JlIiokering, Mathusliek, Arion, Southern
XeiiT, MNason & Hamlin, Peloubet & Co.
and Sterling. Sent on test trial. Low
r 'i guaranteed. Stools, Covers, Music
Id M Ica.JOURNAL given free. A little
ah.now, and balance in the fall. is all
ye want. $.pecial terms for midsummer
rode. It 0 second-hand Pianos and Or
,ans, in good repair, to be clesed out
heap. Write for Catalogues, prices and
erms.) It will pay you. Address
,4U )DEN & DA rES, Savannah, Ga.
W. B.-Send also for Catalogue of Sheet
lusic,. Music Books, Violins, Guitars,
'lutes, loud Instruments, Drums,
trings, Orguinettes, Zithors and all
mall ~seal - Instntmriots. 'Immnenso
TLAD~DEN HOTE L.
WE, thie undersigned, respectfully In
ormn the' citizens of WINN$BORO and
icinity that we have REMOVED to
knd are now in receipt of a full line of
new and desirable
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
Vhich we will sell at the lowest prices
aces and Embroideries, which we offer at
accordirigly low prices.
Ve respeot fully ask the attention of th
Ladies to our entirely now fresh
stock of these goods.
English Swins, Plain and Plaided Nan
seoks, Piques, in great variety.
aies' Lane Scarfp, Ties and Pews, at
fifteen ents, worth thirty-five eents.
3EAUTIFUL SPRIING SUITS
. FINE, MEDIUM and COMMON
For MEN, YOUTHS and BOYS.
MADE TO ORDER.
uits made to order at very low prices.
SAMPLES ON EXHIBITION.
P. Lndecior & ro.
A .-L .URGE lot of'-the ehoapeat Toilet
r.L.- . uBap tor the price ever brought to
Winnaboro.- Oall and be, convinced..
S-MeMASTEI, -BRICE & 'EETGBIN1~
SQR TIE PEOPLE z
L ONO 'EC If
AND POTTED GAME.
FRESH SARDINES, ETC.
Fresh Pickles, Chow-Chow, Wor
cestershire and Pepper Sauce, Pie
Peaches, something nice, fresh Tona
stoes, in two and three pound cans.
Roasted Coffees, in one pound pack
ages. French Mixed Mustard, Chut;
ney Sauce and Sweet Pickles,
CHEAPER THAN EVER.
W. H. Donly.
HAVING determined to "CLOSE
OUT" our stock of Spring Dress
Goods, we offer you from this date
unusual bargains in same. We have
a complete line of these goods, and
parties will do well to call, examine
and price these before purchasing.
We would also call your attention to
our line of Fancy Muslin and' Linen
Lawns. In white goods we are "Full
Up." -Our line of these goods con.
sists .of Linen Lawns, Victoria
Lawns, Bishop Lawns, Plain, Plaid
and Striped Nainsooks, Jaconets,
Cambries, Piques, Plain and Plaid
Sv iss, &c., &a. Laces, Laces,
Laces. Edgings, Edgings, Edg
CALL AND SEE FOR YOUR
McMASTER, BRICE & KETCHIN.
FROM TILE WRECK
One Tire Plate, one Tire Bender,
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, half Oval' Round,
Band, Square and Tire Iron ; Hubs,
Spokes, Rims, Carriage Bolts, Tire
Bolts and all manner of castings.
TO BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF
ULYSSE G. DESPORTES.
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 STOOK OF WHITE
Goods in Town.
AGENT for the DALSHEIMER
BROS., OF PH1LADELPHIA,
FINE LADIES SHIOEF4.
BARGAINS in GENTS', YOUTHS'
AND BOYS' CLOTHING.
REY. WK. R ATXINSON, PR CiPAL
. . . .A.O. . . ..
(From OnN. 3. D. EMnNEDY, Lieutenant-Govervor of South CA"01 a'.j
OAn@sN, , 0., December IYOI 180.
As a patron of the Charlotte Female Tistitute it afforas we pleasiad totestiy to th*
thorough management of every departmnent of it, This kbozwedge to deri from a
visit to and inepeotion of the institute. Strict attention is vaa not only to the edu
cation but health ami ,comlort of its pupils. Its homelike air imprtseed m2e most
favorably. The Rev. Mr. Atkinson, with the aid of his able and aftomspi)ed corps
of assistanta, presents every inducement to parents who have. daughters to educate. I
shall continue to Jatronize the schooL J. D. RENNEDY.
(F rom Por. J. F. LATman, PH. D., of Davidson CoUego.A
I can testify to the success the Charlotte Female Institute has attained under the
directiou of Mr. Atkinson, who has in the three years that be has been prinoa 7
raised this school to the highest place among our educational tndtentions. He as
spared neither care nor expense in securing the services of the most' acomplished
and experienced teachers, and in making the institute t% comfortable and pleasant
home for its pupils. No patron has ever visited the school without bWing more thal
ever pleased with the arranigements for the welfare of his -dattgters. From. being'
yresent at some of its exam niations and personally inspeeting the work of the pu li
thereon. I know that the instruction is thorough and of a -ery high grade. r.
Bidez, the Prof#ssor of blusic, is regarded by his pupils, many of whom are amateur
lady musicians, graduates in inusic at other institutions, as the most advanced and
accomplished teacher of music that has ever come South. d. F, LATIMER.
Session begins September 7, 1881. Terms-$125.00 per half session, including
EV ERY EXPENSE to which the pupil is put, except for private lessions in music.
THE "QUEEN BESS" CORSET.
The "QUEEN BESS" Corset and Skirt Supporter Is by far the most comfortable
over introduced. It iN a perfect fitting corset, and has now and improved shoulder
Atrips, easily adjusted to any desired length. It also has the immcenusly pular
PATENT CLOTH STEL POTE TOR, which not only prevents the stees from
rusting, but also renders it impossible to break the claspi. Warranted in every par.
tioular. FOR SALE ONLY by
may 26 J. M. BEATY& 00.
0 1 0
TO THE LADIES 01? FAIRFIELD GOUNTY
HAVE just opened and have now ready for your inspection one of the
ar est and best selected stocks of MILLINERr, FANCY GOODS AND
49TIONS ever brought to thisplace.
MRS. BOAG, with. the assistance of her new milliner, MISS BLACK, of
Baltimore, intends sparig n1o pains in these departments, and will replenish
wd 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
HE bet fit the maet for lai r heavy and fine family sowON
t-both as a machine and the range of work It turns out. Warranted to wear
eith any of the first-class machine on the market. Two hundred of these Ma.
--hincs in use in Fairfield County.
A fine lot of Planting Potatoes, Onion Sets, Seeds, Corn, Oats, Chees
Drackers, Cakes, Candies, Bacon, Flour, Meal, Hams, Smoking d Chewing
robacco, Cigars, Bedsteads Mattresses. Tpbles, Safes, Chairs, etc
To arrive, 15,000 fbet of 6ood Assorted Lumber.
Dry Goods, of all kinds, MIllinery, etc., low down to make room for a new
tot of Spring. Goods.
mnarS 3 J. O. BOAG.
STILL THEY COME
I do not quote my
prices in the ia
per, but give me a
call and you will
findthat I sell alit
tie cheaper than
lihe cheapest. And
don't you forget It.