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VWINSBOnO, S. C.
EUX 9DAT. July 0, t I6
n?. AmCANA 18 v'a. EDIToN.
.INQA i. A.REF NOLDS. ASseWU gaITO.
TuK purchasing conmittee of the
South Carolitps IRallroad have agreed
to let. Inl all out,-tandhig stockholdera
upon pjiaient of the assessment oftet'
dilaraj per share. The rQad will 'be
paid on the 28th.
SouTH Caroiinawis represented 4t
the EduetiI.onal Assoolation at Atlan
ta, last week, by Col. lugh S. Totomp
son, 1elv.,Dr. Grier, President 11ol,
land and Professors Cromer and
Welch, of Newberpy College; Prof.
Jutsoni, Revs, L. M. Ayer and 8,
Lander; V. C. Dibble, Esq., Prof. A,
8. Tow nes; Misses Smith , Feathers
ton and Lundor; and Messrs. Charles
Petty, L. B. Haynes, W. N. Marohant,
G. C. Hodges and It, Means Davis.
TkE deadlock at Alban camp to an
end on Friday by the election of Lap.
ham t0 fill the short term. He had
come within four votes of a majority,
upon which the Iepublicans of both
wings held a conference and combin
ed on *"aphaam, who was coisequently
elected. The Denocrats have issued
a manifesto arraigning both wings for
their obstinacy and extravagance.
Conkling thanks his friends and -inti
mates that he will be heard from
again. Special elections will be held
to fill the vacancies in Congresseaused
by the electin of Miller and Laphain.
-Their distr.cts are largely lIepublican.
WE shall not stoop to bandy epithets
with the Columbia Register. Self
respect forbids any such undignified
conduct ; and the public are heartily
tired of seeing newspapers indulging
in billingsgate and pouring whole
buckets of slush upon eaicl other.
We believe that so longas the Register
confines itielf to statistical coipila
tions. wearisome though they be to
the reading public, it is accomplishing
some good; but when it descends into
coarse epithets and wild rhodomon
tade. as it delights to do upon little
provocation or none at all, It not only
debases journalisn, but alienates from
itself all t hose whose hearty co-opera
tion is essential to its own welfare.
When the Register began its existence
it was warmly received by all its con
temporaries, but its foolish custni of
flying into tantrums on all occasions
is fast leading then to the belief that
there should be anothor and wiser
paper at the State calpitl-one espe
cially that will keep Its temper, and
obey the imaim laid down for the
guidaml e of 11ll writers: "Never use
two words whei !mp will suffice."
The Preiuita'e Condition,
Onl Friday the President got mue~h
.worse, had a chill and then a severe
fever. caused by closin1g of theQ wound
wmenci prevenite'd the escape Qt the pns1.
On L8inday Dr. Agnew, of New York,
rnade an Incisioni in the abdomen
about an Inch anad a half' deep), and
reaching the pns5 cavity permItted a
free dlischairge. Tis inicislon wvill be
*1ept open un mtil initernal graniulationi
has taken pla1ce. The patient Is much
better, hut Is still conmsidered in a
th3 National Educational Associa
The National Educational A asocla
tioni held its ( wentiethI anniual mneeti ng
in Atlantia, Ga.,'*last week. Repre
Rentativye teachiers from all Parts of the
North were present, and1( there was a
good atteniance fromi the South, our
Sitt, leaving out Georgia, leadinig
the list, with eighteen ladies and gen
tlemnen. The mleeting lasted through
four day'., during which about thirty
pap~ers and addre'sses were read or
delivered, fol lowed by extemporane
01ns dliscussionI and coilmets. Fewv
Southern umen particip~ated1 in the di1s
cuissoni, ats they hlad comei tQ Mr ne
to talk ; hut th~e listened attentiveiv
in orde"'a gather good points and
new idas to introduce into their
schools anid institutIons, The meet
ing w sa anm enmtire success, both~ in the
attendange, in the sections represent
ed, and in the abtiltv(displayed in the
deliberations, and inm the general liar
mnony pervading (lie sociaul intIe:course
of' persons fomi diitfferent sectionis. It
would be impossible to giveo at once
any adiequiiot report of the p~roe. ccd.
ings. We will endeavor to show thie
fruits of the mneetinig and give some
furthier facts about it at some future
TME hA ILIIOA L D 70 lOUsE.
Alfessras. Editors: Are the citizens ol
11 isboro to sit by snilnely and sub
mit to havintg the only fine pronienade
walk there Is in the town mande dis
guistimng wiithm (lie abominable odor 01
gtiano~ anud acid p)hosp1hates, which i
It is an1 ontrage to thme citizens 'whmo
l:ave built hiandsome residences and
madle improvements to permit the
Rlailroad authorities to erect a nuis
ance in that part of tows9 where some
of the handcsonmcst residences are situ
ed. Mrs. Bloylstonl's elegant house
-and maegnlfhcent garden is to b)e en.
tirely covered by the enormlous build.
Ing now erectin~g for storing thue vile.
Cannot the Townl Connil move in
this matter, anad p)ass aln ordinance pro
hlblting thme storin~g of' gnano and other
fertilizers within tl.c corporate llimitsi
It has beenu dlone in n.any places and 1
am sure no town mIs more ehterprilsing
than ours int other things-and whiu
- not in1 this?
SWith thousands of tons of guanc
-.. .. T
49' 9 M wlfsend44odea a ehd1
unde'r our noses, who can endure life
or what good will flower gtArdens do-.
for 30 odor of violets or rosescan rise
over the carrion heaps arottnd our,
The Counill meete to-day. Let the
citiens send Ins a protest against the
puisatnce thin diky, A CITIZIm
8WO04 TO I1.Z TOE C5A4 .
A Startling Story pf Nihillt DeternninatIon
Peported ftosn St. Petersbura.-copftessIon
Pf the Student Who Lately Committed
From the New York HeraId.
PARIS, July 20, 1881.-Our St. PC
torsburg correspondent telegraphs to
n)iglit fresh particulars conclerlninK the
recent plot laid to assassiate the
Car. 1 Baronolff, the Chief of Po
lice had received anl aionymouis letter
stathg tlat on the 18th of July the
Empt rar of Russia was to be ast4assi.
nated. The letter contlIned nothing
tiour. Baronoff nate Intiuiries ill
every dirjectoin, and ascerta ined that
a young student had eommiiitted suIl
cido under extra.rdinary circum
stanices, the mni l'.aving first run him,
self through with his sword withont
injuring a vif.ai part, and laving then
l'dgeI a hullet. with his revolver in
his left temple and finding lihnself still
alive fired again in his other temple
and in the Waping wound made by the
sword. 'is determined suicide I
awakened M. Baronofirs suspicious.
ie founid the main apparently dead,
but, in tact. still breathiig and it it I
swoon. M. Baronoff, by the aid of
the doctors, caused tie student to
come to his senses antd to speak. The
student declared that lie hatd forned
kpaIt of t secret society of t w enat
Nihilists who hald all swo'rn to kill th'e
Enperor. They had dirawn lots andot
it hald falleni to his lot to car. (lilt the
plan1 of axssasillationi ol the* 13th of
July. Nineteeni daggers were sus
Swnded over his head, aid ik brol her
2iblilists swore to kill him I it he show
ed the s ightest hiesitaltion, but naot
wit hsaiding this threat his heart
failed him, andl he resolved to die hv
his own hand. Before commilitiig
suiicide lie had written to M. B-arolott,
with tile conviction that one of hism
follow-conspirators would imnmediale.
ly take his pl-aee. The sludent lived
until the 18th of July. Belore breath
ing his last he revealed the naitne of'
his nineteen brother Nilhilists. who
have been all secured by the police.
hITTING VL L'8 S URENDXet.
St. PAUL, July 20 1881.-The Pie)
neer Press IaR tile followig slpecial
despatch fron Fort Jiuford detiliig
the sireilider of sitting Bill
"Sitting Bull and about two huni
dred Indiai people arrived -at exiae ly
twelve o'clock to-day, and surrender
ed their arms and poiles to Major
Brotherton. No Fpeeches have vet been
been as Sitthig Bull and hik orator 1110
futigued and huigry. They were
placed in compartmeiits bet ieen the
posat. and the boat landinuL, and are as
securely in Ma Ijor' Brotherton's charge
as if they were fin Irons. The Pioneer
Press' corIespoldelt visited Sitting
Bull after Id lodge was erected, aid
cheered the old 1mn up by intllriniig
him that ho had Seei onlly a short
timte before the lost daliughter, who" the
Canadians had told him was li chianii
aind that she was well and happy.
The chief expressed a desire to have a
talk after lie had rested aned had some
thaing to eat. The cavalcade, as it filed
tO the garrisonl, attracted much atten
t im . tt nnatt.Inenauiv nar emea
loncied wVih squaws nand children, fol
lowed by twventy-five 0or thlirty of
Louis Legaro's Red River carts. 'well
filled with baggage. Much credit is
given hlere to Mir. Legare for his fithI
fuil service to tihe goverunmuent ini fin~al-I
ly iniducin g Sittinlg Bull to comle withl
him, ile has use'd his ownl Ineans
freely in prlovidinig tranmsportaionl and
pro~visions, and( should be liberally re
w"arded for lisa work. Sitting' Bull
himselfi anid is chiefs and headi men
r'ode their loles and( did inot dismounmt
and shake hands until they arrived at
he place fixed upon for their camp.
('apta~in C lifibrId states that Sitting
B full has secemed moure an111en and( iniso
I ent than any~ of the chetfs lie had1( un1
hiN mlanlagemenlt, and his nletions to
day' confirmI this statemnenutt but it is
hogh tatkid tr'eatmen'lt wvili soon
mailike him1 satistied. The~ governent
las accepted his surrenider in good
faitih. A des iatchi was forwvardedi to
Stam:d ing 1101- to inform Crowv K ing
and( Lowv Dogo~f Sitting Bull's arrivalI.
and it is believed that this neOws will
remove any dlesire the Indoianse thcre
may have to leave tihe agenicy."
DA.olons OF .DEN'T1Y.-UstJally
denltal surgeonis take great care to
keep their1 imaplemnits cleanl. Sonie
tilnes- be'we'er. the patienlt is- disgust
edi wIth the sighmt (of more or' less ant
cienit blood stauins oni forceps anid other'
implements which are to go in h1is
m~outhl. A cor'responidenit ini Mainai
submilts a loini newspalper report of
an alcvidenlt to a Banigor' denitist w hh
SnULgests the1 query wvlhiete thlere may1
nt he danger of bloodi poisonaing to
the5 haizar'd of' the patient's life wvhien
the sur geon is tnt carefuli IwithI respect
to) thle cleanliness (It his impilemnents.
ill tihe case reported the accidlental
prieking of a tinger' with a sharp lan
struhmnt used by the (d1 ets while
til ling 0 too~th, resulted ini a seriouts
ease of p)ymmi. Jim this instan~ce the
dlentist was the suffeicir. S8jJ4npoe the
ploisonled tool hlad pr'icke'd the gum of*
the patienat? 1#hlether thle poison
came fromi the disrased toothm then bie
Iiig opera'lted oni, 01' was duei( to 5(ome1
wayi~. Ini eithier caise Ite iin.juarv muiibt
hie fatal. Firotm a morai post11 'of view,
hiowever', it would maiike a great difir
enee wvhether thle p~atienit furniishied the
pisoni oar the dentist. It goes without11
sayinmg that uiitidhiess ini the denmtist.'s
chiair Is dhangerous as wvell as dhisgust
ing, antd should niot be tolerated.
-lealth, thme poor' manl's iches, and(
lie rich mam's bliss,.10 miaiintineid by
tile .indicious use of A yer's Sarsamparil
la which stre'ngthens aiid imv igoraues
lie system by puralifying the blood. It
is so hlighly loncen'utrated thuat it is time
maost econoical amedicinec for thIs pur1
11080 that caii be used(. *
Messrs. Williams & Rutledge. Greemi
ville. S. C., Genutlemen: T1he pianio
purchmased (of you for "The Grceenwooud
Ilhigh Sc hoo(" Is (one of superior tone
aimd w( rk manishi p and is in all respects
entirely satisfac*tory. .11esp ecthully',
[histr'uctiress in M uasie.]
Green wood,,8. C., Feb. 7, 1881. -
' tithermnmneter registered 105
degrees inm the shaade at Richmond, Va.,
on thn 1Rth Inst
%40 D ask itt TAKING MvT aPI.
PIL . 'hy afre harmless to the nOat del
person, but so penetrating that they clearW'M -
asvstAm of all impurities, and gently evcite the
liver to healt y tion. Price 1 cents per box. -
#old by all dru ste'li this county.
SaLMA, ALA.. April 0, 1878'
M 1.-GQOdWin A Pht--Dear.Sir: I take
plebsi'e in it ating tiatI have used your liedl.
cate StOCk Feed ott a very poor cow, with
great success. 1'he looks much better no%
givesa great deal more milk, and is much st-.
erlor. I therefore- reermUlcmnd this medicine
to all who Wih to impi e'oN their stock, cattle
and horses. as it is trulv what It is represented
to bo. Very respecfully, A. XAYSREl.
EUFAULA. ALA., July, 1878.
Mr. Shoenfeld: I uMA one sack of your Stock
e~e~d on my cow. w~it very - satisfactory re.
tulte. She hod reently dropped.be. Oalf, and
was in a poor cosd'tion, and by the use of your
Stock Feed she was rapidly improved In flesh
and milk. Very respectfully.
OEO. Ill. DENT,
Sold by the druggists of this county.
Dr. A. it. Norton. of Savannah, writes: I as
sure you it affords mne pleasure to give .my ap.
proval and certlficate in favor of :your.Lung C
liestorer, having given it a fair trial lu a num.
ber of cases where it. proved succes. io the
treatment of Bronchitis and Consulnptign.
Five years ago my wife was. far gone in %on
sumption, she had been confini d to her bed the
gIeter nart of the time, for six months-with
lectic Fever every day and I had buit 'little
topes of her recovery. but. by perseverance
with ine blesings of God, her Lungs are now |
perfectly sound. I gave her no other Lung,
hiedicine than yours and a cough syrup I make. I
I have generahy given them togetirrba A hpqve
strong faith in both I succee ed n uing'a Ic
number of hopeless caies and regard Brewer's
Lung Restorer as a valunbie prepitration.
Please send m per express three dozen as I ai
nearly out. Send bill of same and I will remit'
promptly. WIjingvyou good success, I remain,
A it. NORTON 31. D.,
Corner West Broad and Harris Ste.. Savannah,
Messrs. Lamar. Itankin & L.annas. Gentlemen:
--One bottle of Brewer's Lung Restorer cured
me of Bronclitlis in i week's tilin. I will want
a few more boitles soon. I Intend keeping it in
Iny house all thr time, as I consider It. a volua
ble medicine. Yours respect f uil. v '
IENNIIY DAVIS. .
Sold by the Druggists of this county.
CoL.Un's. GA., April 12. 1818.
Dr. C. J Meffett-Dear Sir-y wie'and my
.elt ore entisfied that the tWe of our teething
bnbe was %qeved bi the use rof your Teet.hinn J
(T,* ehi lng Powders) when other. rImedfe 'liad
rilited to relieehlim - We have bben dilighted
tith the "peedpanid pemanent relief given one of.
our childrenfro.n vAMere attack of Cho.era forbun.
Telt- hiIIa s indipensibe tn us. niid should- be
kept by all parents having small children.
IT IS A WELL KNOWN F.%CT
among phyinns rv thnt Buchu Juniper and
linrat Urava In combination are the best
remedies in the world for disense of the ind
der or Kidhneys. and that not less than one-half
of the huiniti faintly beth male and female
suf7- r from lerangement of tho-e organs and
neglect or fNll to use proper reniedies hurry
mlany to untimely graves Numerous cntbi
nations I %vo bee-n tried for Grovel, Brick Dust
Dep";ItN BIght'sDi-:ense, Weakness in Bank
and IIps, produced by derangenent oi Bladder
ai-d Kidn1 eys b-ut none wiTh such happy results
as Ifukin's Extract of litchu and Juniper. It
you auffer front any disense of those organs,
get a bottle-tine or two *. ill relieve you.
Prepared only by Hunt, Iankin & Limar
DJriuggista, Atlanta, Ga., and- for sale by all
TEe, TIMRONYO3F DtRUGGISTS.
We have been selitng "wir th1- SyphillItic spA
elfle"'orntitrs. and tegard it, frr superior to
anything knnw to setence, for the. dis ases it
is recommended to cure. We have ziever known
ofri a1t1gle falne
S. J CASS1 L.4. Thomnsville. Ga.
. 14 0 IOMEui & Co. Forsyth. On.
Ilt'NT IANKIN k LAhAR. Atlnni Ga.
PEMB itTON, BAA1UiELS & REYNOLDS, At.
ATAr.NT 4. Gi., JulI. 1874.
..We have bien using 'w ' 1ypi-c- -
dile" in the treatntent 'i convicts for tihe last
year, and believe It Is the only certain knotens
remedy that wIll effect a piermnanent eture of dis
eases for which rkAEtong ANDEg & O
Will be paid to any chemist who will find, on
an.'lysis of ene htundred bottica of 8. 5. 8., one i
patrticle or mercury, iodhiae potassiumu, or any
mineral substance.' .
TilE SWI'FT SPECIFIC' COMIPANY, Proprie-]
tot's. A tlanta. Ga.
Sold by all Druggists.
Call for a copy of * Young Mien's Friend." 1
' AA~ING WATCHEII'S;
Defective Watch Cases are one of the chief
causes of so nanny watches not being good
time pieces. The cases being thin and not fit
tinig welt. admit, dust anid dlirt to the move
meat,, which soon lnterfer'es with the rttnning
parts of the watch necestatii~ig- enning,-.rc
palting, &c., nn- the amnount thus paid ontt if
applietd towna d buyit g a goot case in, tihe be
ginning, would havn M aed all tIl trotuble and]
ex pense. We have recently seen a case that
meets all these -i tquirements, it having beene
ca rried for over twenty years anti st~Ill remains
perfect. We refer to t he JAS. EOsS' Patent
Stiffened Gold Cane, whkh hiss become one
of the staple articles of the Jewelry. txade,
possessing as it does so map~y adtvnntages over
all other watch eases, Wing tnnde of two
heavy plates of soltid gold over a plat e of comn
posit ion. Ai1<d we advise all our readers to ask .
thir .Jeweler ror' ai crd or catalogue that will
explain the matrier n whidi. thtey are made.
It Is the only Sttfreet Came tnade with two
plates of gold, senmless peitdats, and centre,
solid joints, crown pit-ces, &ce., all of whit-h are
covered by letters patent Therefor-e bu:'.no
case rore consuithing a Jeweler who keepsbhe
JAS BOSS' Patetnt Stiffened dold Case, tht
you nmty learn the difference beiwi'en, it, and
till imitatjons tha t clalim to be 'qully good.
For tale by all respotsible Jety ers., .Ask to
see the watrntt that .neccompanies each ,.ase,
nnid dlon't be per-suaded that'abny Otheri ti~e of
case is as good, - yp 12.
TO P11EV ENT FOItESTA LLNG.
.) E IT ENACTED AND OlRDAINED,
J. by lthe Inti ndiint antd ~ \\rdens of
the 'Towni of n' innaboro(, bouth (Carolina,
tn Council met: -
I. That frti tnnd after the passage of'
this O)r.linantce. 1.0 p)erson shatli engage in
the buisinessu of .i lhuokster within the
corporatte lint:its of thu 'i own of Winnta
lioro. w ithout tirst obtuiininag a licenAe
fromt the 'Town (Council, wh-ich license
shaul, br- grante ul on t -a paymnent of'
Anyv peirst'n shttdl be0 'lectnd a bu tksitor
w ithin tic mieanting of this Ordlinance1
who. not being a me~re ant hauving a ixed. 4
uloco of biusinenss. shall enigtiio in,. tho
matiiness of uellintg chtickeutu, 'twtimys.
ducks and oithe lit'lutblry, eggs, blt ter,
frui. tlilh, game tand vegetables, not of:
thi-ir own raiisintg, catchinatg or ptrod uction;
11I. 'That tromn and at'er the pauango of
this O)rdintantce it shall not 1b0 1ltwfuii for
Iany' p~erson. thelr thtat 'd licensed huok.
ster. or a uherchauint having a . x'-d plcc .
Iof business within talp' corpot nto limits of
said 'r'v ni, to buy, with intent to sell tho
H it.io withtin tidt corp) orate lienits. or to
tstu) tI a tamei for' s1nl to liatte outsido
the coirlorat) himtits, .tiny .chicktena, lur
k-e. i, dlucks or othier poittltty, eggs, but-1
ter, frntit, fish. gamio or other vetgetable~s,
not of their owt raisi4.g, eatolhing ur' pro
III. .Anty ps'rson violating any of the
iprovisioons of this Ordiltannen shall,, on
conivi-ction thiereof, bep ied note~xceedlihg
the sum of TEN DOLL4Alt$.,' or 'bo im
prlisouned not exocding'TI.N DAYS In the
county jail or tount guard-hotio for each
and( every off--nce.
- Don' in Counpil thIa 5th. day. of .July,
18s1. aind with the Corporate 5 eal'tui satd
Town af~zed JOHN J1. NEIL,
- - Intendfat.
Attest: E,~8. Cn't an,-. 'e
in~jly7. (i . . .-'
AUVING determined to "CLOSE
UT" Q stock of Spring Dress
wooce 6ffer ydu from this date
'nusual bargains in same. We have
c03me6 line, of these goods, and
arties *111 do well to call, examine
pd rice these before purchasing.
Ve w.uld also call your attention to
nr line of Fancy Muslin and Linen
Aawns. .".T white goods we are "Full
Jp " Qur line of these goods con,
iste "of 'Linen Lawns, Victoria
Awnls,-rDishop Lawns,. Plain, Plaid
nd Striped Nainsooks, Jaconets,
lambrics,.Piques, Plain and Plaid
v 6s8, &c., &c. Laces, Laces,
.aces. Edging6, Edgings, Edg
'ALL AND SEE FOR YOUR
McMASTER, BRICE & KETCIIIN.
FOR TH E PEOPLE!
RESH CANNED GOODS AT
POTTED ID A-M.
1'TTE I) Cl I1CKEN,
,AND POTTED GAME.
STANI ' I) OYSTElIS,
FiRESI SAItDIN-S, E TC.
Fresh Pickles, Chow-Chow, Wor
esRershiirC Iald Pepper Slalce, Pic
leaches, soimetiiig nic, fresh Toitna
tics. inl two 1111d three pouind canls.
toated(toreepintme pounld paick
ges. .Iepleh.-Mixed. MuIistar-id, Chut
ie) Saue-aid-sweet Pickles,
CUl&lAPEl THAN EVER.
W1 H. Donly.
jun 23 -
r V. er,thee Screw
~lates, one Bel ows, one Anvil, one
tise. Oi's P xing Machine, (cost
$18.00, will b -sold for $10.
Lots of Ov . half Oval' Round,
3and, Square and Tire Iron ; Hubs,
spokes, llimai Carriage Bolts, Tire
3olts and all n~ nner of cfatings.
ro b>E SOLD G.2 RDLESS OF
ULY$8E G. DE.SPORITES.
~UG.A-RS: assorted. Coffees, Rtio,
L~aguna i a...an d Old Gov. .Ja va,
rtio anid Old: OoGov.Java Roasted,
l'ensB, -Rhgek, IIIuperial, Guniiowdoi
Liud Young 1.lyson.
Pear~e Peaches;u - Pine.pples. To.
Ilamiand T usey', SardieQ, &c.
er~ves;Phti Hivad1 u ~taMeni.Coopei
schtin, hn~a~dBlack Pepper ad
vell's Chov Choiw, Emupire C-how
ho1W. Asrled Pickkles, Lea -& Per.
in's 'Wt ertershire Saiuce.
. . k\ .McMA$1i & 'JO.
I N connection with the Buggy and
iSring \\'gon .bnainesa, I lhave for
le LI u wel-kown.
Iarmn Waugoiv ' My op.e-horse wagons are
soupled the toame asR a two-horse wagon,
have frdnt hadlndR arnd rocking ..bolster.
Warranted for tW'lvie bionths.
-Opp. Dunlevy & Faut
"What hAs eartb dearer in palace or rve
Than musio at nightfanfron lips tha we love,"
Ah! yes. Music, Sweet Music, does
make Home, Sweet Home. happier and
derer and the head of a family that in
these days of culture and progress does
not place a Piano or an Organ in his
home, deprives himself and ear ones of
a vast amount of pure and refining enjoy.
ment Our Sunny $outhland .has in the
past ten years taken a wonderful stsp
forward in \ usical dev~lopmnent and the
grand question now being agitated in her i
millions ol-hoines is not "Shall we buv an!
instrument," but *-How and where aall
we buy it." And it is a perplexing ques.
tion, too. The papers are now flooded
with flaming advertisements offering won
derful bargain- of $1,000 Pianos for $.97,
17 Stop Organs for $85. Ono friend ad
vises this. ah-1 another that, and so on,
until the worried buy r becomes actually
afriid to buy at all, lest i e be cheated,
and so delays until rome unscrupulous
traveling agent comes along and "scoops.
him in" with a cheap, "snide" instru
ment, which, in the end, proves a sourco
of mortification, rather than of enjoy
WHERE TO BUY. HOW TO BUY.
THE QUESTION SOLVED.
Ours to answer. Ours to point the place
to buy good, honest instruments at honest
prices. Ours to save buyers fromn impoel.
tion aid uverchkarging. [he mission of
L'UTDEN & BMTES'
SOUTHERN M U S I C HOUSE,
The great Piano and Organ Honsn of
the South, to furnish Southern buers
with Pianos and Organs from standlard
makers, at lowest faotory wholesale
prices. Establishod in 187s. and now an
iminense Music H-use, Magnificent Don
ble Store. aixty feet front, three stories
aboA e basement Two hundred Pinhos
and Organs in stock. Thorsands of in
strunents sold y. aily. Our field the
South. Our customers legion Our capi
tal ample. Musicians ourselve . An
armv of employee . Branch thouses in
seven cities. Our traveler, everywhero.
Exclusive contre 1 or the bost initruments
in the morld. Direct connection with
manufacturers. Always pioneers in low
prices. Able aind willing to conpc to with
the world. Ple lge I and swnrn to do it.
AND NOW MARK 'US #ELL.
lion't wa- te time* answering aibsur. aid
deceptive advertisements. If voi watit
be-ap*instr.mtent3. we 1.ave them, an 1 at
less thani the lowest. We contpete with
B'atty, or Marchall & -inith or any otior
manei, no atter where he livts or ! ow
nuch he 1bl .ws. 216 dif'erent sty le- and
prices to seleet froin, and suchi miikers as
l.iekeziiing,-Mathuek, .' ric-n, Fonithern
Gem, Mason & Hamlin, Peloubet & Co.
and Sterling. St-nt on test trial. Lew
freight guaranteed. Stools. Covers. Music
and MusicL JORNIAL given iree A little
cush1 now, andI balance in the fall. is all
we want. , pecial terms for miduini.r
tratle. 1 1) second-handIl Pianos and Or
gans. in good repair. to be ci' sed out
etwap Write oir Catalogue-, prices and
teras It will p-ty %on. A-idress
LUDDEN & DA rES, Savannah, Ga.
N. B.-!-end also for Catalogue of Sheet
Music, Music Books. Violin-4, Guitars,
Flutes, Band Instruments, Drums,
btrings, Orguinettes, Zithers "nd all
small Musical In-trumnents Immense
stock. Lowest prices South.
AT TEN TION
seced to my fresh and well
I ha.e-just opened a splendid as-.
of firset quality and full weight
A pples, Baked Beans, Pineapple.
P~eachens, Sneccoin sh, Salmon, Toma
toes, Sardines. Mustard.
ROBINSON'S IMPORTED OAT..
MEA L - FRESH.
Condensed Milk, "Ocean Gem"
Macker'el in 5 lb. cans.
in bulk, as good as packages, and
(H BAKER'S BROMIA,
A palatable heverage for invalids as
welas persotas in benlth, amd highly
recomimenned by physicimns as a
diet for children.
.I DO NOT close at six o'clock A
share' of the public patronage is
I II. M. HUEY.
FRESH GROCERI ES
ARIF constantly being received by me,
a synopsis ot which I give below.
NEWV ORLEANS MOL.ANSES AND BYIRUPS
A LL GRlA Dhs.
SUGARS, FJU)M TilE HiJIEsT TO THlE
THllR~FINE'ST FLOUJIIN THlEM~ARKEVT-"THiE
JACK(SON'S VEST F~AMILY FLOUR;:
CALIFORNIA PEARS, Someting Choice.
5UCCoTiAsH1, Deans and Coin Combino
P'INE API LEt.
8ALMON, . . ARtDIMCb
PEPER -ISAID ETC.. ETC
-1 A LSO INyITE YOUR ATTENTION TO OUI.
- . ONASTED COFFEE.
Give me a call and examine for yourself.
Articles too numerous to mention.
D. R1. FLENNIKEN.
A L \RGE lot of' the cheapest Toilet
- Bap ior the price ever b'rodght to
Winnaboro. Call and be convinced.
MoMASTER, I1CE &l EE1TQMN~.
ICE-COLD LAGER BEER I
FRESH ICE-COLD PORTNER BEER.
EVERY BOTTLE WARRANTED TO BE ICE-COLD AND .F!ESU
AS IF COMING FROM A GERMAN BREWERt CELLAR, AND
WILL BE DELIVERED EVERY DAY BETWEEN THE HOURS OF
SIX A M., AND NINE P. M. PLEASE SEND YOUR ORDERS,
WHICH SHAuL BE PROM.. TLY ATTENDED TO.
ALL KINDS OF 'P'REjaE-[ (3rOC~TET1I$EE3 AT
THE POSSIBLE LOWEST CASH PRICE. MY GROCERY STORE
IS ON E DOOR SOLUTH OF BEATY & BRO.
.'. Sugenhe meA.
THE CHARLOTTE FEMALE INSTITiTE,
REV. WM. R. ATKINSON, PRINCIPAL
C BARLOTTE, N. C.
[F-om G. J. D. KENNmy. Li( ti.ur~t-G. %crner of Fouth Cirolin(,]
( AN1J>IN. S. . 1., D eirbe r 17,i. 18-0.
As a ratror.of the- C itrlite F ',. I i - i fn e I, m# leit urt to tet ti y to the
th orough nIana.-e nt of I, crv dI.) o i t n t < f it. T; i: im t 1. gie i derived fromu a
visit to mr d inl.-eetion of .e t it ,tij itt N-ir:e aatt' it. 1, ir 1.3i. not 0r.ly to the edu
catiorn but health a-.! co -it .. ;tIA j i1 . l. Its r..ebe* iair impes CHe. me utwst
tavoably. The Rev. Air. Atkutlt n. m itL the ia ot 1 ni able 1and necomplished corps
nF ssistants, arepertse cvery induc<t nwnt ito t nizt cz who Lave dau hptera in educate. I
shall co tin.ie to I atronize t!It shejool. J. 1D. KENNEDY.
(From I'nor. J. F. LA- NnT1 I. I'. D., (f Davianson College ]
I can testify to the anjess the Charlotti- Feile I- s itiite I is at-aiei d under the
direction of Mr. Atkir'son, who 1,nF ini the thr'e' - ar tan t I.e his icen piincipal,
raised this school to the highest all.,e an, (.g oultr e.-Icaioi.al institr.ions le has
spared neither care nor expeise n secur inr the s-rvievs of1 i e n-estt ac mplished
aud expt rienced ttachers. and in naah ng ti-e intiute it ce nifortl1 le aid pleas-ant
home for its pupils. No patron has evt r visited the school without.being more 'han
ever pleased w ith the arrangements frr the uelfare of his daul ghters. From being
I r. sent at some of its examinations and p rsonally inspect ng the work of'the pupils
thereon, I know that the instrirction is t la rough and of a -(ry I igh grade. Dr.
Bidez, the Piofi sscr of A11tie, i l Pni dec. I bi, pupils, many of wI om are amateur
lady musicians, graduates in music at c.ther i;rtitutions. as the arost advenced and
accomplishod teacher of music that has ever come k outh. J. F. LALIMEit.
Resqion beginn September 7, 1881. Terms- $125.00 loer hailf seisirn. including
V EBY I X] I NZ'E to which the Iup-1 is put, except tor privitie lvw inn, in.muume.
THE "QUEEN BESS" CORSET.
The "QUE N BESS" Corset and Skht Supporter li by far the most comfortable
ever intrudiu.d. it V4 a perfect fitting corset. and has new and improved shoulder
straps, easile a justel to any desired length. It also has the imtmnsely popular
I ATENT CL -'If STEEL PROTE. TOR, wl ich not only prev, nta the steels front
rusting, but a'ro reniers it imposaible to break thu clasps. Warranted in every par
ticular. FOR SALEON.Y by
may 26 J. M. BEATY & CO.
TO T HE LADIES OF FAIRFIELD a 0 UNT
IHAVE juist opened and have now ready for 1n1r IiSPection one of the
largest mnd best selected stockb of MILL1INEt?, FANCY GOODS AND
NO'lTONS ever brought to this place.
MIRS. BOAG, with tile assistance of her new milliner, MISS BLACK, of
Ealtuinmore, I n1telds spil-ilig no PHills ill thes departelits, anid will reple'ilsh
and keep them full duiig the seasoi.
A FULL LINE OF DRESS (GOODS. Unt touls aid triminngs to match. The
best, and cheapest line of CORS11 S. Also at lot of Linen Ulsers aid Uu(cr
1)AVIS VE RTCAL FE ED
SEWING M. (UN is.
PiI t e narket for plain or 1y und tle family sewing. ONIC
I'iii SAN lti&LAR H A\ 11l) [;1 1111%. (1m it la it. )IIjt i~l
It-bth as5 a maintlie ti t he rn, iue of wvork it tinas oe.. ho an comte(toe weath
evt seuty f the fire at i tehite onl the tiu arket. ''w nt. id untet teo n a
Ar fe lo, okes lantdin Po c Onilon Sets, Seeds, Corn, Oats, Oh~se,
Tobacco. Cigars, Bedsteads, Mttti-esses. 'fe< e, Sutbe, Cais, e .
To arrive, 16,000 feet of Good Assorted Ianor.
D0ry On s, of0 ,kiuds, Milii r, t, vWt tiow toI w0 ako'r'OOuif
mar 8 '' .. .a - -.- arx