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VVE .NEWS AND HERALD.
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PROFF81a5'I'R)t hasb@er'le i .ger
Ing oitcomets, 'aatI 1he 'Peekons thatit
'one of tho'mAY'destroy the earth in
bit b nillion of years. ThAt's cheer- c
Ing. We had calculated that the
catastrophe would coie in about nine
hutndred thmtsand;.or such v nMattor.
IT's an ill wiid'ihat * bldas 'nobn'dy
good. .'A 'dorrespondent makes the
statement that the 'earnings of hlle i
AVestern Union Telegrap'l Company, I
fiom dispatches hearing on the shoot
Ing of the-President, in the ten days
folldwing the occurrence, amount to
nore than enough to pay the quarter- F
Ay dividends upon the stock of the '
Tnic tea farm at Suminervillb is said 2
to be progressing fitfnly. 'Mr. W. 'G.
Sanders, a special agent of tilototpdft
metnit (;f agridulturie, has recently nnille
an extetided'visit to it, and lie -bl- t
presses liimselt'very favorabi 'i to C
-the Condition otlthe i'6p and the'mal
itidr in which it has been worked. -Not
wilthstanding the drought and ot'her I
unfivorable cirenmstances, the plants v
are thriving and have attained that I
advanced growth which insures the
safety and early maturity of the crop..
7tHrE death of I)ain Sfdidtey, Which
occurred at London d) 'tlrb 18th inst.,
ends the daieer'6a'notable man in the t
history of'hlodern England. bo~in 'in f
1815 and educa'tea rst by Yr. Arnold t
at Rugby, lie soon after entered Oxford
University, and there displayed that I
Intellect which gave him prominence s
among the great men of his itne. Hie
was equally learned in the depa'ithlnt i
of letters and of theology. In 1868 he
Was itde cDean of Westmfi'ntet, and t.
from that thile'contin'ned to .ise in 't'i t
public estimation, both as scholar and t
THE premiftm list for the State Fair
has just beeii p)'ublished. Judgiug
from t'he ninutber offered, it seems that
the Agricultural Society are deternn-- I
ed to offer all possible hrdiucements to
exhibitors, and it is hople'd that their t
efforts will result in a larger number
of exhibits from all sections o W'e
State. The annual Fairs are good
things. They serve to bring together
in a very pleasant way the people froni
different portions of the State and
'enable them to become better acquaint- I
ed. The attendance this fall will be I
as good as ever, and it is hoped there
til be a great improvement in the
variety and extent of the exhibits.
IT seems to us that it is about timIt
for the papers--notably the Greenville
.Netvs and the Columnbia Regieter--to
-*- -y-- ct.m .m LI(( u cn Uoter, I
We0 cannot see that our Charleston
con temnpora ry deserves thle strictures,
and the sarcasm so frequently heaped ~
upon it. Of course we have frequent
ly differed Svith the NeCws and Couri- 1
er, and every now atid then its en
thusiasm completely runs away with
Its good sense. This htter is a corn
mon fault nowadays. liut it cannot
be denied that in every political ori
other crisis during its existence theC
.etos and Courier has done faihaftd l
and efficient service for t he joplc of
South Carolia. Its powerflil influ
ence-.h'as alway's been wielded, as we
believe, for w~hant its publlishiers hontest
ly thought to be for the highest inter
ests of the good people of the State. It
'has exhibited a dlegree of enterprise
never before dreamledl of in Southern
tournalism, and, in spite of all draw
-backs, it has attained the rank of a
'daily scarcely equalled in all this see- I
THlE article which we publish from
the Greenville NAewa is timely and C
.jnst. Trhe Sontherni people have do
cidedly too munch "gush," and this
weakness has been well shown In
connection with the shooting of Mr.C
-Garfld. Of course, every senasiblet
man condetuns Guitean's. act as law- I
less, bruta, and danigerous to the
peaice andIC staibility of' society. So, too,
we all sympdthize \iitlh Mr. (iarfie~d, I
alike as Presidenit and as a man. But,
this mnuch staid, we-can't see the use
of all thle "'gush" that has filled the
columns oft lhe patpers for two weeks I
past. .As thme News wecli says, if what I
has been lately said about Mr. Garfld
is true, then the Southern newspaper.s
and speakers tol sme dreadful
stories in the campaign Iat, year. if I
a gunishot wound canm convert a man
such as Mr. Gartild was painted lat
year into wvhat some of the p~apet's say,
he is niow, we think it wvould be well ,
to Organiize a battalion or two of
shmarpshooters and go to woundinig liiad
people all over the country. Guiteau's
act was as we have said, a horrid and
brutal one. But it p~ales into little
ness in comparison with the sufifering
which Mr. Garfield and his Radical
confrer.es deli beratelyr entailed upon
the wvhite mer: and women of the
-healt h, the poor man's riches, and
thme rich maln's bl iss, is rnaintained by
the judicious use of A yer's Sarsaaparfl
la which strengthens amnd invigorates
the system by purifying the b)1ood. It
is so highly concentrated that It is the
most economnical miedlebne for this pur1
poseO that can be used. *
Messrs. Williamns&Thttleje, Green
ville, S. C., Gentlemen:i The piano
purchased of you fbr "The Greenwood'
HIighI School" is one of superior tone
. n workmansi p and is ini all res>ects
entirely satisfactory. Re eetflly,
[I nstrnettess in Maseio.]
Greenwood, B. C.e. 7,.. )8n 1.. *
Very SensIblo Article on tili9 s66"j
Unthasenot the SotthbenwPeople.
tFrbnm the Greenville News.)
One Itbason Ihe i ' hotben 661
aiVe ben ko'Ionginihinderatod i
he ectfions kept *so wdely ait oAe
any be found. in the Amerlan tdien
y to gush. Where'e-a,1ithd it is
nystery, but- ititbrtdii that we hav
t. We gush dv'rdi dOiy thing frori
'ach other dWu,atill in'btinctively die
rust .flidtes-add'd(n Tetloit - lin
hat'hsli's'fhe gaudy badge of ini
erity and the buoy that marks thi
langerous shallowness of treachery'
motion. The States have 8goed 'M
tier not as strong men :UibdIng inti
idh 6ther's eves with ifintual respec
ld'sk'aking hands iYfhnutual frank
l(s,iift like boa0Uiir behoo1 girl
Ifing, indffdtiifvely adoring, at quibl
itervals. Ve have gushed to a iag
illcent anti gigantic extent on severa
otable occasions, until disgust an
listrust resulted by a process of nat
iral reaction. We have only '1Mt
ompleted an elabhtate and prolongei
usli over Mr. Girle1, in which tli
ditvpapers that dondhneed him mois
dhidritetifly% few ubttxs. pgo led
hie Atlaita'0hrtututidn~fdii'ly howl
d for a deptitation of Southern inei
to be led, we suppose by those in
eterate men qf wKr -'At 'reators
diaidge, Joe. -iewn-and IIi Kimball
o 'rodeedfnrhrediately to Washingtoi
o lynch G ulteau. T ~ii Atigetta Chroni
le alluded to the President as "iine
tid "noble," and our Charleston es
eemed emulated the 't(tiderness o
di'a. GatDp. Aside f-oth the fact tha
f what thcobite~vspa er's say noW I
ippropriate aild 'true o e'*re ttl'l in
eterate and 'trialkndift Tiars durin
he last campaign, (which we do no
ielleve) this conduct is in bad taste
nd senseless, and tending to cause ou
incerity to be doubted. To the ver,
ottoi of their hearts the Southeri
cople regretted the accident to Mr
larflekt, svnatlited *t i his and hi
amilly's sufferigR, affd prayed tha
he wound might not 16 fatal.
It was right that this should be sah<
romptly and gracefilly. It was fool
ih to say more, yet much inore wa
aid on all sid "y manty people.
JudgIng by -,u past it is not im
rubable that in time and the develop
6'nt '6f gt-s'h'n t xsom1 spas'n of th,
1s6ase-we inay be fe'nipted to s,
hat'becession was wrong and wicked
hek'eby titicting our children Iha
he men who fo\\gt n'n'd died on ou
ide from '01 to '65 were traitors ain
uinatics. Something not unlike tha
as already been said by Southeri
ratorsand newspapers. It is there
:re meet that it be annouiiccd nov
Wd then that So'uther% people Mtil be
LeVe in the right of secession, aId hav
elinquished intentions of enforcinl
hat right because it is expedient Riu
mpracticable to do it. This is to
:Ir. It is coinbop sense and fact.
if We'nould abollsfl usl altoget lie
ve would l'e better and happier
11ain, ph1liatic, practical commoi
ense Is tie best thing in all circui
tandCe 't' situations. Tears an
Isses and soft einotions never acconi
lish anything for the world or a pec
le. C6ol heads, clear and tearles
yes, iron hands, st'hg arims, and ni
lelding souls have caried inankin,
ad the nations forward. Those sain
inalitles are uecded to secure respec
Aid confidence, %\'Ih constitute th
abidc or all rrfhdsh'flp.
mutig for GAar~elN' Bullet by Eie-etr
A Washington special of Wcdnen
lay to the New York Herald save:
Toe-morrow Bell, the telephone man
vi arrive from Boston, where lie ha
'een exp~erlmentinig for several day
vith an electric appiaratus dlesigned '
lo thtu wvok that a stirguon's prob
annot safely efl'ect. Thesc-erper'i
nents are tO be made wjtif thlb induc
ion balance, a mos.Ldelcate elect rica
nistruimentfor detecting the presenc,
>f mneLii!, a modifled formn of whic]
oia be easily applied, it is believecd
ni this eane with a reasonable expcctai
ion of success. This instrument conl
ists of two short glass cylinders
rolind ehull of wibh. are wound t*<
>arallel coils of flue insulated boppeW
vire. One coil of each pair is includl
d a batterv circuit, in which there I
clock microphone. TVhe other pal
s placed in a closed circuit with
ecelvinug telephoiie. Thue two glas
ylinders with their encircling coil
nay be widely separated. The mdudt
ion set up in the secondary or telt
>hone circuit is balanced by the revei
al of. oiie of the secondary coils; an
t> ildjustedl that the indiuctlin in on
f the sccondar7 coils ekact lv bnlance
r neutralitbs the inductionm in th
ther, so that when the ear is applie
o the receiv'ing telephone no soiundl I
acard. Now by placing ever sosmal
piece of metal in one Of theiglas
ylinders tihe electrical balance is (11
urbed and the clock on the micrc
>hione is heard to -tiek loudly, thn
ndienting thie beence of metal. T~h
naine is true it tha coil he p)laced I
lhe vicinilyv of a piece of metal. I
lie investigations of this mlatter b)
scorge M. hlopkins he tLame to corn
mlons wh'ich lhe explains fAs follows
v'ith suggestions as to the results thn
nay be obtained: "It occurred to mi
o try the effect of a lead bullet upo
lie instrument, placing it at differev
listances anid se parating it from th
oil by iusulating material. The r
alt exceded my anticipations,- r
vith a set of coils that were b' n
neans sensitive I wals anile to l'
lie bullet with tihe coils iniaied a
ata distance of necarly two h
With miore0 sensitive apparatus a
neo than probable that the bul,
night be located, even though distai
~everal inches." By passing a pair<
oils5 over the President's back an
ibdomen, anid by comparative tesa
lie depth of the buliet imiight be asce
alied, Professor Newconbe savs til
nxperimenits so far made go to dlemioi
utrate the truth of Mir. llop1kinus' com
3ltisions, W'hien Mr. Bell arrives,
10 will, prob~ably, to-morrowv, the
lope to be able to locaWo the bullet,
hat tile doctors can go to work wil
3ertainty of success.
-The Governor, of Ohio sugges>
the app)oiunment of a dany of thank
riving anid prayer for thm recovery
ihe President. The Governor of IKei
lucky had alrcady aplpoinited a day <
fasting and prayer..
-London Spe',/aior: "If tI
Spanuiard .is a r'ichl prouder bemn
~han the English*in is not a gre:
part of the difl'erene due to the fi<
~hat the Spanish pride has alwas
Jeu the pride of conscious and elab'
'ate se'f.-comparison withI rival nat!ona
while the 2tlgshe iride has beenm i
ride of careless' in.dllfqrence to thi
bharacter anud destiniet, if not' almoi
o thte very exiStoee, of i!i'val nations?
-Pay your silbtreript.
' ?o DANcsafl0 1 rN hcAYA .R VR
PILL.-Titey are knimiess to the most delicale
tbut so p g tha t o clear. o
3, 1 h er 1os:
r 'comn blm
Nr. P.jnt'-_ear sir; I tk
pleasure II us have used your a
cated block Fe o : a very poor h re
great Success, hle looks mnuch eIUr, il,
gives a gat deal ore milk, and Is Ch --
Serior. I therefore recommend this'mdA en
tall w o t to improve their tocki catt
rand horse it s t otruly what Iti yraresented
rto be. ery respectfully, A. KAYSERL.
I'e.tp EU1FAULa A i a Ai , 18.
f . rlenfold: I usedrorve sack of your tock
. Wed 01 my cow, with very ta sftor y -re.
sutn. She hadrecentlydro dt herqalf, sid
Wos 1o h. r reondton, d bpuseoranUr
Stock eledhewas rapidly proved in CetI
and milk. i ry respectu . i
bf 0' H. DBNT...
Fold by al dtruggists, oft UUiiy.
- Dr Orton, of Sava ca nn, riteegad ar -
r Lung ltesord s h, pifvalubl prpra. n
Pure snd tye Deasure o Y my ap
nrova a certifleato in famvrdydTr LugJ
lest eg, having given It, a fair trtldl InI a nurg
..I nses where It, proved success In the
Yemnt of Bronchitis Consumptio,
rFive years ago MYv wife wk ar 'gone In -,
sumption, shie had been nefd to her bed .
eater Part of the timo,or x onh G
L ectc Fever every day a U I bad but little
t houes of her recove b t by perseverance
with.Rte blesin pq*opter Lungs are n W
' peA sondh.vio hlor no othr Lu '
Sbledicie.tha yoursand a cotugh yruplaltle
dI have eer gy given them together as I ha've
strong faifh In both. I fucceedd in curing a
number of saveeby theand regard Brewer's
r Lung Restor r ats a, valuable preparation.
Please sond per expr re hoe Lggn as 1 am
nearly out. fnd hill of a me arsl sill gem"
peptrbfly. aing You good success, I ich a'in,
A. RS. WIIIGIIT%1,
Corner Wesktkioad and ar ts.m '6ava n,
- Gorgua. -
f - K~o, GA.
Messrs. Ling ar. Rankin r 0grtidiety
--One bot e of Brewer's ii staer cured
5 me of Bronchitis In a week'a me. I will want
a few more botties soon. jiteu dkeepIngit in
lmy house all the timb, as I cosider'It a u
ayble medeine. You-g respectfully., . .
nold by the Druggists of this county.
COLUMU. GA., April 19, 1878.
r. 0. J. Moffett-t-Dear ar-41~y*aIe au4.,Thy
self are satisfed that the lif o(. our iphIng
ubabe was srved by the use of -yoye ra
(Teething Pod~ders), wheni other redi dlea. in,.
failed bt releve im. we have beno~ delgh d
t-ith the speed n peranent relief given one of
oter childrenf. rok acuers attaok of Cholera Mforbten.
STeet,hna i ndlayense to au, and should be
kept hae parets eIhavg wift' all children.
Aqs nSS. WnrIHT,
IT I8 A 1 ELL KNO%1RN 1PkCT
among kns that B ehu 'niter and
'Parer-ra a .'n combination are tRe best
remedies nt e World for.dIsease of the Blad
der orya,. and that net~less than one-half
P of the man finily. both mule eemale
t suffer from derangement or those g And
, neglect or 01 to us proper remedLes hurry
many to untimely graves. Numerous cn.bl
Snations hnve been tried for Gravel, 'Brick Dust
De sits, Briga e. enkness In Back
an8lp, prodije Vy d orangcomt ))ladder
anid KIneys Vat, nioe wit h such y .resuIlts
eas Itankin's Extrhct of uchu and i'Jper. If
you suffer from any disease of those organs,
ge o a bottle-one or two will releve You.
Prepared only by Hunt, Rtankin Lamar
Druggstp, Atlanta, Ga., and for sale by all
TESTIMONY OF Dl11UGGISTS'.
We have r en copyling "Switt's syphilt eSy
elfle" for years, and reedrd it far sitperior to
-anything known t o science, fMr *the.. diseses It
's recomiended to cure. We one never Known
of of single failure.
tiS. J. CA 'H - cLs. Thomnsyllne, an. -
t L. F. OlUEER & CO . Forsyth. On.
- IUNT. RANKIN & LAMAR. Atlantn. Go.
aPEMBDRTON SAMUELSe & REYNOLDS, At
parts f the Avt.hesiANTl cleaniuly, rc7.
il.g- woun hve avdin "Sil's tphitotle apn
cisc. We, havgegtgel~, atgi,. a s.h ha
rmedyal ta w retranonpg iaatehav'ngf die'
carse for over itwent earsnded. stl-ean
Stife ahold toanems whol will bind, one
or nli Iof onpe htret botte of Jelr t,,ade,
pal1 o mer uy 0/q-Pisim vrn
hn,eay platne fsldgl r at - lae--,cin
C oition And Druggiss. ti edrst s
thair for a p ofr Yon cMen'su thaend."-.
DefIt i t Watch ~Sned aea onte ftehiew
nuses of go, manynl vatces anbentreo
tide nsov pieces , Th &cass b ll of whic notfi
case wfel. cadmitdus an dielr tokp themoe
myt, mayc earn titerferes cit btwhee rnitnd
palimton tath hc'aitt be equllyngorc.
Fonnrg wule baeyae all resonbl teelroub. Andt
mee ts~ arrhthele eiiemnts, aft. havi cben
c arrd for' ov0erawethyars ay other rmainso
siene god Cae hchsbcm in.
of the -tpl-ntile--f..heJwer..ao
posesigAN tfle ORDINAyNCtaitj ebe
poI~tion. nte ndt ad rdea tof
exlaion he inn oro whchth ao ade.
plaTs t ofoemi i plerdIs t nd entreo
115Olid inscownh peeson &c.,all o wch'~ inc
covereb lietrs 6?ate. -Thnrefr buy 'n$
cas -wefor t const.g ii a JewehrWhokepth
yo.ayan the differt bnce betiween it, and
- l be gmitation ttcii~n t,~ no eqallygood
F A~or se byal poble ewelers. Ausktr
se it thivarrat~n, naofntiif Or'hncase,
nnd djon't bein prade thcat aithe makxedo
1 frit byh gho ntndan~t. and ardnt of
a- thter Town rofig Wintsboro Soth aroucion,
If. That from~ und After the passageo f
thiny persoacotinorptrsn a longage itrk
the business witi ta 'corote witi the
~ awtliti rporate limits ofr o 'onofNitoi
shi ihouta forst51 obtailigca otide
thn cthoe own't~ Cu cil hichenset'
g a h l ttedi upb tler pgtnbi'of
otothir .WETY-IV DOLLAgRto pe r n rto
duAntipon salb orndahcs
p with pron.yiliin themeain of th e.ac
.. >rovisions buinfs shals erxngae shallho
e >sins of E sDliig dikes, otrkeys;t
dunty aid o-hr oguatry,-hgge, bt erb
an fruit ogae' nd tbe, nto
0- Theown raisin;tchng.r.rodctin.
-'II.Ta iton s. -fe -t naslg o
y tiOrinc tA'shant-~ belafu. o
I anCero, erka afiosensd u'ok
jutr o rl rhn'yai7gafxe lc
deteniined to 14% 'SE
O OT" stock of Sprig4 fess
xO c16 offek' ou from illfshafe
u usal bargain . i- Bant. Wo'hve
4 Odoaplete line of these god'bd and
partiek';iIl do well to call, 'dxaIiie
dndbiefe these beforo pfirchasing.
WeWohl also call your attenti6n to
bdr'ling of Fancy Muslifn aiid tine
LaVns. ![u white goods We are '"Ful
' Our line of these goods coi'
dits 'of Linen Lawns, VictdrIj6
Lawns, Bishop Lawns, Plaib, Plid
dtid Striped. Nainsook's, Jaconets,
Cambrics,: Piques, Plain dnld Plaid
Sa iss,. &c.,' &a. Lacei, L[aces,
Laes. Edgings, Edgings, ling
CALL AND SEE FOR YOUR
*IAASTER,' RICE & KETdthN.
F WUPI CANNED GOODS AT
u o o M
P OTTED CHICKEN,
AND POTTED GAME.
STANDiARD OY 'l' RS,
FRESH SARDL Eb '1 E'C.
Fresh- Pickles, -hov 1o'w', W -
costershire and Pepper Sautce, Pie
Pe'aches-, something nice, fresh Tomna
t"'Cesini two and three pound Calls.
R6Asted Coffees, in one pouId pI'ack
ag'ea. Frencli Mixed MustaVd, Chut
ney Sauce ad Sweet Pickles,
CHEAPER THAN EVE1k.
W. H. bDenly.
FR MT,7WR M
One TiWelate, one Tire Blender,
due Tire Shrinker, three Screw
P'lat , pn. BelloWvs one Antil, one
Vise. -dhe Boxing M~'achine, cost
$18.00, Will bb dol'd for'$10.
Lots of Ot~aI, ~half Oval' Round,
Band, Square and Tire Iron ; Ilubs,
Spokes,- Rims, Carriage Bolts, Tire
Bolt's'and all manner of castings.
TO B~E $OLJD REGARDLESS OF
FRESH ORO CERtIS I
ULQARIS, assoi-ted. Cofreds, Rio,
La ura and Old Gov. Java.
Rio ani .Old Gov. Java Roasted.
Teas, Black, hInperial,. Gunpowd~ir
and Young Hys'oft.
- CANNEh) GOODS.
.das;'Pe1Y s Pinaeajples, Tb;
,ham-andt. rky, Sardfnes, &c.
MIalcaroni and( Cheese,.Ging~er Pre
serves;Pii~ head. Oat .6a'l,: Coopea
Golatine, . hotard, Black Pe1per anad
Balhd I1 batstip, Crosis i; Black
welI's~ . how ehow, 'Empire C how
Chow,.As6tted-Pick Iea, Lea & Per
rI'il8 'WfOU&S.cfrsilre Sanco.
-t:; M1oliASTER & (CO.
ed~ c'nnn with th6 Thugy andI
.1 $~ik~ agon bnsitioss, I 1,Evo for
.Nrtm W n~. .Mygnehorse wagons are
cou edl tTe saine6 as a two-horso wagoin,
liayooL ids add roaking bolseor.
,-t itetoiow.elvo tonths.
-*'a . .O RM N s
- Opp. Dunle'Vy & Fant
'"What h~a 0firt4efirer li aceor Emyo..
Than music at nightfall froz ps tha we love.
Ahi yes,. *$1i, Sw Music, does
make Home, Sweet Homil, happier and
dearer and th bedd of a fazp4y that $1
Jhes days of ouluro and progress doa
?otplace a PIAnq 9.r . rkan in his
homq, deprives himself an . ear ones of
a vast amotint of pireand'eof.ing enjoy
ment.. Qu ny odthland has in the
past en-.yearis takeit 'a wonderful; step
forwird in ?li ipil'development and 'he
grridq questiqDow being agit'ased In fir
anillii.n of h4nes ii not "ShoI1 we bit a
Ipstriment,' but ."How an -iere shal
wQ.buy it.". And it is a perpexingques
tion, too, The papers stro now. flooded
wit flaming advertisements offering won
hkrful bargauis pf $1,000'Planvh.f0 $-!7,
17 Stop Orgoas for $85., One friend ad
vises his, andi another.tat, ..uid so on,
until the worried buyer becomes'not! 1ly
afraid to buy at all, -lest he be 'oh te4,
.and so delays until some tcincrupi quIs
traveling agent comes along and "scoops
hing in"- with. a cheap, "snide" inst'u
ment, whic,'in the end, proves a sureo
of mortificatioi, rather than of enjoy
W MIER' TO-BUY.. IOW P BUT.
THE 'UESTfON SOLVED.
Oturs to answer. Ours to point the place
to buy good, honest instruments at honest
prices. 0O11ra to sayq9 buyers. frqgu impost.
ton and evercargini. 'th$g n ppion of
'LUDDEN & 2ATEB'
0UWTHERN X U S I C HOUSE,
The great Piano and Organ HOUse of
the South, to furnish Southern buyers
with kianos and Organs frdf.'itindard
fakrs, ht lowest factory wholesale
prices. Established in .1870, and now an
immiense Music House, Magnificent Dou
ble Store, sixty feet front, three stories
Aboxe basement. Two hundred Pianos
and OrgihtsI4 stock., Thousiihd' of In.
struments so d..yearly.- Our field the
South. Our customers legion Our capi
tal ample. . M.fitsicians onirgelves.. , An
army of employee.. Branch Houses in
seven cities. bur travelers everywhere.
Exclusive control of the best indtr:nents
in the world. Direct connection with
ipnuf'acturers. Always pioneers in low
;pricen. Able and willing to compete with
the world. Pledged and sworn to do '.
AND NOW MARK US. WELL.
Don't waste time, azswerihfg a gurd and
deept eodyertisemuents. If you want
.ehap instruzents, we have them, and at
less than the lowest. We compete with
Bteatty, or Marchall & Sinith,.ur any other
muan, no n atter where, h' livea - low
mpcI0 o blows... fO5 ifferent styles and
prices Lo solec .from, and such makers as
Chickering, %Athlisi.ek, Arion, Southern
Gem, Mason & 1Hmlin, ?elostlPt & Co.
and Sterling. Sent on test trial, Low
freiglit guaranteed. Stools, tovers, Music
and. MUSICAL .JOURNAn given free. A little
pnsh %dw, lind b'lante in. the fall, is all
we want. 1-pocial terms tr Viidsummer
trade. 1 0 second-band Pianos and Or
gans, in good repair, to be olcsed out
cheap. Write for Catalogues, prices and
terms. It will pay you. Address
EI l N & BATES, Saln'nah, Ga.
N. l.- Seel~ also for (atalgghe o(Shet
Music,- Musio Books, Violins, dilitars,
Flutes, Band Instruments, Drums,
Stri'ngs, Orguinettns, Zjtlieas and all
staall Mtiscal Instrumnizts. Imimense
stoc8. .. Lowest prices Sdultli.,
IS called to my- fresh and well..
selected stock of
I ha se just opened a splendid as-.
of first quality and full weight.
A pples, Baked Beans, Pineapple.
Peaches, Succotash, Salmon, Toma
toes, Sardines, Mustard.
iROBINSON'S IMPORThU OAT..
COnde'h sed Milk, "Ocean Gem"
Mtacker'ol in o lb. cans.
in bulk, ats good as packages, and
A palatable beverage for ilivalids as
wvell as p esn in health, and highly
recomnlnenned by physicians as .a
diot for children.
I DO NOT clotso at six o'clock. A
share of the 1liblic patronagb is
. B. iI. niUEY.
ARF constanihly being rec'ived b.3 me,
a synopsis of *hich I give below.
NEW ORLEANS~ MOLASSES AND BYIIUPS
SUGOARS, FRiOM TIIE IHIGIEST 'td' 4HE
. L1wRET CADES.
P'ATENTr FAMIJLY"-AIMO A LL (A DES
JAOKSON'S BEST FAMILY FLOUJ1.
(eA xiED 000 hs,
CA LIFORN IA PE ARS, Someting choice.
BUCCOTASH, Beans alhd Corn Combined
SALMON, - ---SARDINES
PEPPER. ETC.. ETC
I ALSO INvPTE YO6R ATTENTION TO OUI.
(ive mue a call and examine for y~oursolf.
Atticle:, too nmimerous to mention.
JD. Rt. FLENNIRENs
.. L ARGEJ lot of the cheapest Toilet
Soa. ~up. tor thospiele ever brought to
WinhaborQ.. Call and be convinced.
McMASTER, .4fIp & EE~TOkjN.
Pil Il JTE4RALE S
vE. WM. KINN -PRINdIPTTklF
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om GEN. . 1.ElmDYLeutennt-Gveor outl na. .
CAMDEN. L. C., Deceiber 17th, 1880.
-"As a Ntion of the Chaylit .emale Institute it affords ine pleasprejo testify to.tle
thorough management of every 4epprtiment of it. , .ThisJnouledge is derived from A
visit to a6ig inspection of the insittite. '8trlctatt.ention a payid not qnly to..the . edt.
oation but health and comoit of its pupils. Ilsbiomelijce ar. in~prey.sod .-me, mosi
ratorably,. The'ev. Mr. Atkinson, with the qiA of his able and -aceoeQp)ikhed pprps
of .assistanja, Presents every ladu.coment~to-parents who'have apughtq *to educate. I
shikil contin',e to ratroniie the sch*6d1. .a. D. RINEDY.
- (rron Pnop. J,I'. LATIMEn, Pn. D.,*pfbavde'n College.] .
I can..tatify to. he su9ces. thpbnrlottq Femalo-Instittp ias attaiied under the
diredtien of Mr. Xtkison, who has in'the three years tba .,hq has been 'pijnoipal,
raised this school to the highest place among our educational inititutions. .lie hpas
spared neither care nor expense ip securing the servioce of the most accomplished
and experienced teachers, and n making the institute a,, coifortable and p1east
homp for ith pupils. No patron has ever visited the school witht t'eldg more .than
ever pleaed, iwith ti arrangements for the weffaroVIf bis, brs. 'From being
rresent at soin of its. xawitiong'id personily'inspecti g te wo'rk of the pupIla
thereon, I know that tie instrut ion is thorough and of a ,%ery high grade, lk.
Bidez, theiProfessor of'Mlusic, is regarded by his pupils, aiiany of %Yb' are amateqr
Iady'musioians, graduatps in mlsio at other institutiqns, as 'tho..m'6t ,dvanoed And
aEcomnjrlished teacher of miusio that has ever cbin $dulh. J. F. LATIMEl.
Sesdori begins September 7, 1881. Torips-$125.00 per half,. session, lncludir
V EItY I X'ENSE to which the 'pupil is puf, exept for private lessions in musio.
THE "QUEaEN BESS" CORSET.
.. ... ..
' he "(NTEEN 'MES" Coyset and Shirt supportor is by far the inost oomfortablo
over introduced. *I in;a p orfedt fitting cor.% t, and had new 'and improved shoulder
straps, easily adj isted to any desired lengh. It also has the ilwimeasely popul(%r
I'ATENT CL01 I STEEL PROTE( TOR, w hich not only prevtnts the steels from
rusting, but also rendm-8 it imyodible to bfeak the d1isps. Warranteil in every par
ticiia T. ''On bXLE oN.L\ Vy
play 26 J. M. BEATY & CO.
-- olo -
I n E LIA& YS'O' .EA'.RPfEL.D do UNT Y'
SIIAE.it OpenedI and. O no hr .von. Inspection 'one of t.)6
AthX best sel,cteo Aocks of .ML EItV IANY GOODS AND
ROTTONS dvei- bro'ug t to this place.
.MIRS. BOAQ, IvIth tesesista'ice of her inev inilliner, MSS 'AC', of
Ulnltioidre, iiitends spai,-iig 10 pains inl these departlets, 'and will replenish
and keep them full dlurilig the seasonl.
A FULL LINE OF DRESS GOODS, Buttons and triImmitgs to ma'teli. Tfio
best and cheapest lin'o of CORSETS. Also a lot'of Linien Ulste rs hiid tider
DAVIS VERTICAL FEED
HE best in the ma ket fo' ain or heavy aidl fine family ileiving. ON -
. TIOUSAND DOLLARS REWAIRD to any hu who ' n comn pete . t
ioth s a Machine and the range of work it turns out. dVarranted to wear
w1th a!y of the flyst-class mRachine 'oh the 'iarket. Two huindred 'of these Ms
chiines in use lIl Fairfield County.
A3:s 1N_ STr ,IU~':f
A fine lot . Planiting Potatoes, Onion etn,8 Qeds, Corn, Oats, Cheie'
Crackers, Cakes, Cpndies, Bacon, Flour, Meal, hain, Smoking and Chlewlig
Tobacco, Cigars Bed leads, 'estises'. Tsbles, Safes Clihirs, etc.
To arrive, 15,000 feet df Qbod Assorteii Limber.
loiy Goods, of tll kinds, Millineiy, etc., low down to make room for a ne'W -
lot of Spring Goods.
mar 3 - ;. BOAG.
STILL THEY COM
I do not quote my
pirces in the pa
per, but give nie a
call and yo~u will
find tha I sell a lit
ti eheaper thaun
the eheapest. And
don't you forget it,