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Z W.VN HOnO, S. (.
TUESDAY.A~gust 9, .: ..: : 1aag
* ~x nAilSr, ImDTO.
A good.dij has 'becn said about th
roent, killing of lrayton, the revei
'offin.r, by Mc.Dow, an alleged "mooni
shiner". Toe preQss of tbe .6tate ha
.gvtnwaly.deiounced the not as th
AOIeat-.~umrder. The Rudical paper a
roes ime. .the 'Yew AonA,.hfts go'
40 far as to chargothe .entire mo-mptu
inity of people'liing near the scene o
the murder a1th such a degree o
-sympathy with MoDow as to mak<
tiem totally indlierent in the mattel
ot bringing him to punishment. Sena
Aor Jlampton has wrlttet -a :lettqr tc
'Cop"nissloner Ha aum, svery vehement
expo4.i4sig his condemnation of th4
At. Altogether, the general govern
ment must be by this time puot-ty we
assured that the decent .people o
:Mouth VaroIIIa,basve n1o patience at al
.for an act sich as McDow's. From al
.accounts it does seem to have boeau
cruel murder. ;or tida9, McDom
should bepuislhed as the Uaw pro
.vide.. 'If lie is what the newqpaperi
:represent him to be, he is hardly ol
titled to cousideration-much less tc
sympathy. But it is not barely possibkc
that, laying aside MoDaw's general
had ebaracter, the papers have spokeli
Just a little too fast.
There are two ides to every ques.
tion. That the "moonlshiners" fre
.gluently violate the law I@ nowhere de
nled, and it is quite as generally con.
ceded that they should be punished a
the la.w 4irecta. Illicit dietillers, as a
ilass, -are pretty rough speciineia.
But it so happens that the imen sent by
the government to look after them are,
considering the surroundings of both,
ao .whit better.
Speaking of the conduct of revenue
oicdiels in Pkkevs.county, the Senti.
As a rule, the very worst set of men
in the revenue service have been sent
to operate in this countv. First came
one Maloney and his crowd, who were
not uinch, if ally, better than fireeboot
ers. .ie rode over the country from
one end to the other, arresting inno
cent citizens when and where ie pleas
.ed, lusulted womon and theentelle to
stick fire to dwelling houses when his
outrageous demands were not com
p1le(' ".'ith. Then followed one iloff.
111an, who, if illything, Was Wors81
thanl Maloticy. IIc carried a poriable
.jUiteo1 St.ites commJilssionier with him
,whlo,:it .is said. mvau)< issue i warriatl
agidaist a citizena they might cllallee o
imeet. in1 the 111road as soo it a1 her v ascr'
talined h11is noewhe1her. lhev 11ad1
ever heard of him ur not. Thev'wuihl
terrir'v, curSe anld alunse womle'n, ran.
suek I.icsta, bXureau drawers unl o her
private iplaces ill houses. The Uniteil
.states Comumlissioner It. this plaice was
too Much of a getlemall to issue war
,rents outside of he regularly prescr-i..
ed law, henlce it; .'..A nlecessarv .1o1
themi to haive a poritdde commllIisioel
who did lnot possess .t~his gult y.v. F'o
lowing iUhffmaln caime on~e HI-bbar4
who wals-noet a wIblit better' thlan the
11uen wvho preceded him l. ThenICI am<
the notoriouis Spinlgs, who w'.as worse,
if anlythinag. 11han1 uhy1 <f ihe r'est. Ai
edert wats lmade to pnunish bouh inb.
jtad .airl a.prinugs. in onum State Courts8
but .t 5 - . .ith c h ~.u1 nl~ res~ult(
co4Lumani 0.herV '.llences. (Il the1 citizen:
)i.c 'b~eti e he abo1e( made stale
ml:.nlt' to be stict ly true. The~y ar<
re1deLred htigh ly ilobauble by the I'er'
chlauitaer of the revenneI otliciails
M~y thie )Jht of the ext ra force select
40d .ln .olbediencae to Commfljione
iilamn's *rder, as '-menh of gno~d stand
Ing .ad goo(d hlabits". Three ot' then
are ,charge4d. on1 what manily conlside
c()itelusi~vo evidence, w ithI the nmuarde
of Alnos landAd. 8tolbrand is 0one 0
the f))tby cwew of carpet-bag politician
who stl fromi tile State for eighl
years. Fine is also at l:ai~cal politi
cls .lln)d a InoiOnS black leg. Ladi
is anl itinleranlt columissionuer of tI
largely jinst fall in ;nhing the ftestlien
may of perjured Iaegro witnlesses to 1111
plicate gceneie iln crimes aigainist thl
*lection laws. These are specimens c
the "men of good standling and goo)
habits" chosen by the governmentii:
a serious emer'gency, to bring law~
breakers to justice. These are th
men who are, by their personlal chlara<
ter, to linducQ the co-operation of th
gqoo4 people of the State in enforcin
tha excise laws of Coaigress. Thiese ar
the chosen few. Tile party that wet.
to McDow's house seem to hlave b<
longed hut to the colinon~i hetrd. Wh'l
is to say that they acted strictly wit hi
the law, and honestly within the 11in
of theIr duty? Who dare say tha
they ba~l the right to arrest NeDo1
and destro his property? Wh
knoWs but thatt they unlawfully i
vaded his house, insulted the womeo
and pilfered Ils effeots? Who ca
assert that MoDowv, bad mnan as he
represented to be, was not goaded
his act by tile outrageous coniduct<
the iunderlings that went upon h
premises? These are queistiol
proper to be determined before wve g
too much into 'tgush" over tihe killiti
of Biray ton. L~et MieDow be caugh
fairly tried, and, if fondn guilty, pu t
ished as lie deserves. An~d let tihe a
leged murderers of Amos Ladd be alh
tried before a clean jury, an~d let thel
abide tihe result. Give both sides
hlearing-glve both sides a chan1c.
The remedy for all these reveni
troubles lies iln the imp~rovenmenlt<
the personnel ofC the officials an~d ti
enlistmnent of the co-oper'at ion of ti
better class of citizens. DIsplace ti
crow of political hirelings, suspecte
felons andl uniprincilpled carpecI-baggte
thatsnow "runl" 11h0 Service in Snoul
Carollpna, anid lput in 'tmenl of -goc
standing anad good- habits", and vn
bit 0he 11 1 8i 0 soon a inuh bette
slate of t lnillgs. But as 'long as til
-governilllit Coulnteiflices ,outiag
tnullii', oppression and petty thei
nuder the guise of -enorcig its ?ieg
lationis, Sap 4o1g avill it be left to tal
care of Itt4ifwheitt.gets into troubli
AVell docsahe Wilokens Sentinel sul
.gjt.4 -''ournover to the State cour
:Hugh P. Kane and the other murde
ers f Ano.Ladd.it Pickens *counti
a and iMat tlsoit, theianrderer of' Davis
3 Atiderson county, tbr rail in the Sta
Courts. 'heln McDow and everv .ot
1er person wlo.has killed (i- atssaul
3a revenue lOtleor shall be arrest
t and brtughit to trial If it takes evei
man lit the State to do 4t." In ti
;mantime let .the *iuwapapers lrav
r donowMhA-gushing" over the recci
INTM.PAItANCE & PAgo11IvITro:
Messrs. Editors: Tie subject of 6
Itemperance and prohibitioln Is rapidi
growing Into importaneo anmoig u.
It demands our attention. I hierewit
send you an -artileo on 'the subje
takenti 'om the Interior, a Norther
religious journal, and will ask you U
have it pulisied inl yOur- paper. I
does not cover tle whole field of argt
inent, but It is conviinilig as far as
goes, and we]l :cl]nlated to do goot
it should be carefully read and coi
sidered by all.
Why should we hesitate to press th
matter when even men addicted i
drunkenness are petitioning 1111d anxi
.Otis to have the temptaiol nt r'lmove
out Wf thejir .way-an d whent mothei
and wives and Alster's aid daughters
some of them almost in rags an
ioheartbroken, arc askiig for it by th
sCQI's? 8nr'cly enough bread an
ment.and clothing and the advanitage
of education, and of the other enn1
forts and blessings of life have inl tih
past. been taken from the families o
our- Iland aint turned in1to liquor ((
suffiee for all time to comie. Stirel
enough of the hard-eanted mioneV a
our people has been used to enrich (Ii
veilders of a body and soul destrovin;
drug,and after passing through theli
hands to light the lamps and iiprov
tle streetsof our towils and villauges
The aitouint of money thus vickedl;
wastled and coinsumed is indeed tin
vellous, but it IV no0 mlians present
the whole of, the evil. To that. !6n1(111h
be added the midnight tears and seere
heart-bur niI igs of niny a denl.fti
ilot ler anid wife and uighter at
sistr, who 111woahi he willing to) saci
flee almost Iheir lives if [hey conhc
but recover their loveil from thil
drunkitlard's path, tile dilrun ikard's lis
rtisce ad th drtikard's gtrive. 'M.
Onle good resulIt al-endy at ccomp)1 lish
'd l the teIiperancae m1iovemtient is Ith
accumntihilion o' de'tinite ind rel'abl
info'tion, tboth as to Ihe eviis o
duikeniess and the pernicious ifli
enee of1 the liquor trtile. This infin
fin1ation, whih isconsttiv increasi ng
"sno gien to thle plic thra ough
end nmust hiave the ell'et of' torongbl
arouisiig thle peopile at' evei'v State I
lie subject. Facts and flig'Cs torrn
the best basis of' disc'ussioni on a sut.
ject. lik~e tis, and1( wheni t her htav
beeni ful ly at testedl andit si fted'cainnIl
till SOOnerI 01' laeer to intluen'iceO pubuli
olpinion aitd the legishit ion ofI th
Thel teiiperance r'eform'it, it it s t'eh
'int eislaitive, etnac1 tient , is dli3
r'u53sed with Iitlity anud di.-etimni
tiotn by hiur Waiiv ~ de liogei's, in ai rc
cent utninher of' the Prince't/on Jecaeu,
- C'ahn, clear' ai'gituteat, restitig oni su
t1st icail faucts andu high legal au thou
. ies, is whIaut the publ)1ic tmlost needs'l 5
thle sublijecit ait preiset, a nl th tis MI
- itgers hnas given, ieo sets (out byv sa
- inlii that evei'y great. i'eformt, in pia'ssi i
I troughi its snlecessivye sinages of d (eve'
. openen'tt, is Ii kel v to re'elie fronm I11
public thriee diffei'ent modnes of tr'ea
mnit . it lie tirst., n1onotic le is take'
of it Iby the pra'ictilcal mind; in ti
e scomui, it is l(t~i de iuced ats i uworthI
t of notice ; while in lie thlirdl st agei
, expediency is coinceded, andu its~ lra
ticea) c'haaneter i'ecog'tiz7ed by all. Au
t lhe adds: "'IiTat the mo veniit itn Iim
- ofi thle le'gal pr'o~hiilin lit i le lign<
1 t rafiuhas met ~ with ' riiuhe, dleti-iu
B and contetmpt, is neithel(r suii' isirt
In im~apottitt. NI) grDea timovetmei
runinttg coun tter to aill thle culstom 1)15 i
~habits Iof bhonght of' ai people ever' hic
-a difl'erentt experieince, it it he gromoi
B eid oni a just picipille, its ult ituaite sui
eess Is aissi'red."
is papeir Is at temfpei'ate and w~el
fortifled argumttii to shtow thait ti
pincilde of' legal r'estrictioln, (eent
- the pioint of' prtohiblitionu, is aI jis
e prlacticale aind ntecessaurv (one; mui
. his lie dloes ont the seve'ral g'rouml
that a prtohiblitor'y law11 istost ituat ioi
al, that it is nteeded for' the pro'tecmtic
< or the htotme, thatt it is made(1( necesa
a by the crimes gi'owintg out o: dru'iti
t enntess, by thle pli h eaIthI aindI
.the bur'dents of' taxatiotn cauisedi Ii
B paupleismi, inisanlity mttil idhioev'.
shows how all these enormi'is evi
Sspr'ing fromn drunukenitess as thle
e prohideo r'oot, atid hiow drunliktene
t wit h its wvhole prtoliti brliood I ' 'eri m
v spr'ings friomi the f'eairfuIlly uanmett
Sliquor tr'onic. Atnd thlen'hie shiows a
cleai'ly as ari'enmenctt cant show ah
-tlhittg that it is the hegititiat e prtoviit
Ii of leglslationt to take cognizatnce
n thlese evils, and1( by thle strontg ai'tm
a law to protCt societyv aginist thle
and( aigainist the catuuses whlich priodui
S ''The writer cifes the opinion of IlIo
s Noah Dav'is, hief .Justice ot' thle 8
I8 premell C'our t of' Netw York :' "W hurt h
o a tj g from1 the dleclrd judichtl e
peietnce of' otheris or' lti mii oiwn,
f hrom carefully collect ed stat ist ics rn
i, ig thrioulgh unmytl selrs of' yearsi
I- believe it enti irv safo to say thbat on1
ti and Great Bruitaini is cdauused lby th li
Ieennperatd use of' iintoxica I tg'liquor
a ttd t hat of' thle cr'imies - involvi ng pir
a sonalil violence', l'ltin~;ly thlree-fout'
arme chtai'geable to thle saimle causei
e Thei tumttber' of aurtest s made11 by 11
eher 61,470 wr'e for' initoxicat ionl lm
to disorderly conidutt. Sixty millions
d doillar's are' atmualinlyvC expended in tl
., country' for thte alprehtenisin and~ pu
lsisheiit if' those educated . in gro
Ii shops and sltoins, aiid senit forth fra'
dI these nuurseies'of cite to uirov upt)
o the lives and property of' the 'citimc
of'the tfitte. Al Inr ithan torty
t,0' hoisl , LerI Iitinals ''tfro sltypoited at
the pni'licx penlse ill (Ihe prison houIses
oxf ItbI'l'- Count-yalone..- - Life inranco
collipilnes eitgagd 11or inWnIr .-years ill
studyllig the Intluence of' 11i'briety
e upon theIll risks, have aeortained that
. the averig ailifle of' drunkarids is only
thrty-Ajeo years six 1tinotis, w1hile the
aver-age lIfe of non-usemrs is six-tvu
8 ars. Th average oof life, ais.ap.
r- pers ft'ont statistics of, Insuranlce com
paitles, Is a -loss of twenftv-ine C1ears
m oi the life of every drintikrd. AVIie
it. ireenbered I-ha' I here are not
less thanl sixty thou . <dilldrilkailds ill
- this coutiry, at is e::;sy to calulilate the
<1 entorIinous consi8tunpuuni~ Of. lif', with
d its colisequelnt wasle of en'er.-y anld
y iidustry, thus enitiled upon, the
I Says the e1iinclit I'hysiologist. of
'0 Eiglaild, Dr. Carwiter,: "It Is per
it .fctly we(Il kniiowi to thioset who are
coiversanit itihl) inusality, tha1t, of aill
the predisposin1g tlcaises of' that dis
r order, habits of i nt(eiperanlec Oil tle
part of either or both pareitis. are
-iamong.-the In lost fre(Ient." M1r. lilry
y 1uIsley, the distingulishled Professo'rl
of Medical Jurispruilencve in the Unli
versity College of* Londlon, Says:
h"While we Inu'st admnit herkditary *inl
flueltle to be tile i1ost poverfiul fictor
it inl the causation of instity, there call
L be no doiht -tliat inl teiliperance saulds
next, to it in e list, is( of f'lleient causes,
IL acts not otily as a frjequeit exciting
Cause, where (lhere is Iereditary pre
t disposi ion1, butI as an1i origi nial ig 11-1 cause
.of cerebral tull nintl degweneraev, ats
. a proluer of ile <lisease de nuoVo. If'
till hered itary causes or ilsanlity were
Cut oil, id if1 (he <iseave were thus
S staiipeil out Air a lile, it would as
) s1iurdly soonl bc crealeci tule w by in; Cni
. perance afil other excesses.' 'Yet (he
SItte, in caring For the public lealith,
expenlds h11-1"o stums of' public iuonerv
s1 amiilr ill tlriig to Cure t lie ilsane
anil( in it % idin bFor t ie idiolic. Ihus
I Producud by -the liquor tiahlie. Large
asyl U11.n i'e ereeted at great. cx petse,
5s-killerI physiciani s all-re eiployci, itild
tIe iccessy' uses 111111a t llatteli aits
sid For. Tie expendittires inl this
- colitry For this purpose, Rit r. Uoeis
I s are eslit ed to reiach f1iy 1111
lis of' dolr:rs every venr.
Whenct is this unaliifcture of the,
i~liolic and inIsltile, with its conisequelit
biur'dens of taxatin, to cease? MIr.
r logers tells us lint, a careful invest I
ftit ion of' tlie subt ject Has been aide Iby
I)r. Iii tchock., 1reshilein t ofr thle M.\li
raii Stale ltoarlI of' Health. who de
elares that ihe uittbet' of' idios ill this
coitr, Ilmade srch by the uo of
aleoitob. is 31.000, antd flt (lie statis
ties show Ithat over "),0!00 personts are
. ntiuially itincle insan.ie by the saine
enatise. Dr. Car-p*liter Ilso calls t
telt ion to ihe clse of 3.9 itliots, o11l1
abhout a tjuarter of wholin were Founlil
I to be the chiilrent of' parients who were
known to be teinperate, wIie nittet -.
11inev of fihe iutimiber were Oie chihi'ell
of parent(s knoin to be absohi.to
Onl Ihe score of pauliperin, thle inl
dielinenit iagililist. tihie liytor IrAfloe is
-still hleavietr. lIt Iagltand iaote, thle
(noi'101o 1.1 s i of' 8,6 .000 poili1s
sterilng is ptid ol Io lhe sillot, t pan
pers, thle lar1geri proportionl of whoinl
ie created by intoxientting' dr.inks. It
our new coutryl~ the burldenl is uol.
yet so great, but, 11s tho colityl
Wt(WS ow tler and more popuilols, is
burdin tiust. increise, . tilless ihe
1ijulor bI,iness call be ditniinishet.
\r. Iltotgcrs it is t wel'l-kinown
ha1. uir centt. of'Itie vast -'enprcnaI ein
playe(l inl thle pro1 iuetion11 of these'5t
. ljiqos 1s 1'ett'e as .wage~Is to lhe
i Ahtlr lte stat 1ilie, callIee'tet frottn
V eat yearCL ini steeral i f out' Sttes
a show1' that intiica~'tiitg intks irm thie
cief '(-odcing au' oftiii~tt ilt' rapiyt
. heri e e'.1 ies. it stoiil' localilieas eigty
byc this e'nln'(.
A te tillini hii' v'. 1 h ilwt'e with
d oessUnls lil his arni'ient. ini theC4e
.words: ''Such, thent, is flhe retltion of
tie ftrtafll in intaoxieniting. liquiors to)
ern'Ine, t het pblie ttealthI aind to tpau
~. theri'n lIn tit'thle. tans 1'tIon I offcisea
ii pauei tsm. Iit ppar asl~iiii a te antim-)
. iotui tl' ithiut i .t a l o te fortes
ev chined, wans eio'1s injur)1ious el-t
uli uin thetpubli'1'healthae ai' rea it as)
t ~'hys lre hoin'le.t t'rlin t t'' is a
e tiovi~'n btuuli. thtirStaishonhtl
I he teed'fa otlt'pwr iiiiit. leiltei
h-j ..ithfe prestnion of les muid ali
r~f putithihtpwrt rdct h
deiyitslfith enom' taxa ?''tion li
Itt th spot fbheoi' t he ~eurb 1) 14 ins I'll,
wh. u'liht ti(i'keis enrmon uli c eix pent
ovrmn.is h pOUT in fhua
rihS. A L.rdrtopoEetth
igh- ra ulc udn t h
shpeoftaa io aeimpse. U1 o
hath wiFOst leihtonad h
Inoti o fo iiyt th it n
. NuET THIorY enA.- wi< NT ur
I- isteiahtu fpoeto o
. 'hemiim) SfELLton ThsMsY h
C NIR OUSIN STG U
~ C ST.FOR TIIE
2 TOu SEL'M
Not DANolCH IN J'AIINo MIl4 A'L.9 LIVl
I' tS. -'l h oy re harniles te the most elellew
person, but so pfrint.ratIngt Ihlt they clear ti
svtnrn of all tipiirittes, and gently-excite t:
liver to bea Il tielon. Price I5 cents por to
Svid by alt. Pug tsI'D tlid county.
S.L3MA, AL.A.. April 8. 1878
Mr. 1. I. Ooodwin. Agent-Dear Fir: I to)
pleasure In stating tht I have used your Met
cated Stock Feed o a very poor cow, wI
grelit stccess. lho loints much better noi
gives a great, deal inore milk, and Is intich s
perior. I therefore recommendi. this n ledieli
,0 All wljo wIlal to linpiove their stock, catt
antl horses, as It lIs ti'ly what It Is represent,
to be. Very repectfully, A. KA1E1.
EkvfaA ALA., July, 1878.
8i. hoelmfeld : 1 lvsert one vnek of y-our Stoc
Fved oi my 'emy, witl very satisfactory r
ilt.-Shethr cenatly dropflied her calf, Ais
was in a poortcondition, and by the itse of yOu
Stock Feeds1he was rapitly limproved In e'1
and ilk. Very respectfuliv.
(4l O. It. DENT.
Sold by the~irtggists of this county.
nr. A. It. Norton, of Savatii, wrIes: I a
slitm von if. Aifors ine pienqstre to give nay a
proval I ntI certifltente In favor, of your Lul
lIestorer,. hi viltg given it a fielri tria in a .ntr
hir' oIf ens whr* It- ploved suertes In iI
Irentittt, of Bronchi.is a1id Coilvsnptlo
Fly iyears iigo my wft was far goino in co
shuiniption. sbe liid ten coliiln (d to her be([ ii
Ai ent er part-r the tIlne, sror six monaihs wit
I feet ic;Fewer evwry dlay ani I f nr1 but Ili
hiope of her recovery. bul by perstveran,
wVit III Ile blessdligs of Go, her .uni o nmi)
Iretly sounud. I give her 10 ot'her 1.u11
Medliin' thian yours and a cotgh syrup I ma:
I hiave feneally given I hela togel ler tQ I haI
SI ro1' fait In I h111 i. I itecoeedti i cuing,
1num'ber of Iopeless euases ald regarei nlrewer
Lung ,Iestor'ar -as in vfIluable prelplrl I Jim
l'lase Selnti Inq, pler (xpreiss t hree dozen ns I lit
nearly out, Fend bill of same aod I will rein
proinptly. WILshiir you gooti Slecess, I remippli
A. It. NOWTON. M. D..
Cornerl West Biond and llarrIS Sis.. tinvantial
A CON. 0i.
lessrm. Ltnnr. linkin & I.n'na. Geutlenei
--One hotlie of IIwe-r's.' 1.iijig OIWs ' "
ie of BLIJrrnehuiilis III if W(k's t 111e. I will wat
a trw iore hog tIs soon. I Iieiu k'epinge It I
11'1 hla r n.e' Ill the tlime, as I c-itsfiler I, a valu
ble linelicile, Youis re pea t ually.
i ENhY nAVIS.
Solti by th0 DruggIsts of this county.
C'0i1,tM~, 4.GA., April 12. 188.
Dr. C. J inlT i-Dyr r ir-- y w'ile nd r1 y
",If are snti-fled 1h.t. lie te of our leeithin
babe wassinveil b.% lih' tise rof your TPeelhin
(11e lKng Pov'eler. when ot tier r, n1cel-l's hn
lilltid to relieve him. ire have bire de'l.te
t'lh hie Npieldy and piryauiaic nt y )f'- f 'ye C
oter chiiIren' fron xarere atthtek o~f hi,:er !en bi
Teel hina is ifidipen-dike ti i.,, a nd i houl< 1)
kept, by 'll p1 alrents havIng snalli children.
Respectfuilly, eta., 11 wI.m1i'r
IT IS A WELL CNO.wN FACT
iniong ihysleinas tint tin hu Juniper an
I'arer eirAv in innIntyinntilon '., 'he in
re'inelies in the wari for (lkt'pse of till Uim
thar 0or KhIrnh. Pnt l that not less than taliuhi
or Ilie litnii faintly. m t Ii tale ill a rifenali
sitff#r rom dorang-ment (fit I'ho...:e (origanus aill
llehet or fla.li to use pi oper reimP(At,'s irr
IlIlty to ttritltly yrzi . Nunierous- c"lm11
t-it Ions hav t ell.n t ied for'Gra vi, Brick unu
Deposits. Blight's il-vnse. Wenkness lin Mall
andt Pllis, prolne'I 1y (hv'ailgen-iipa.: 0: n1taaigdl
aiIld K Idneys, l. I ti ' no e. u i-1h 'Iilh ha.1 ply restill
as liiti ki's-Ext ri't ' B tit a ;n(1 .1116aip'r. I
yott sufTer l roim ity tlji of I iise organ
gret a bot le -.Calte (r t v- a4 %1l reitrvile yaui.
Prepared ofily bly 11tti, tinnkin & l/11mal1
nratgsts, Atlanta, Ga., an( fur sale by a
T EST131ON V O F 0 lI UGG I Wrs.
We hanve hee'l s.-l.Ing -'Swill's K yphlle " S I)
'tit " f''[or .1(" ', atia t'" larl It. tir SI pI(erior tl
a iirt hingit~ lo'ow- t i i'ltae. for the ills ase. I
's re'oinlme'ilel 1o 'itre. We have never know
of a st iigte failure.
.1e. ('A!4S L3,%. Thomasville, (1n.
1.. P ,ll li (,() . Forsy . l Ga.
111',NT. ICANHIN & L\AAR. Altla(.
PIMlliitOlI, SA31 'ELS & REYNOLns, Al
ATI.ANTA. (A.. J1Ily 1, 1S4,
We hmve bnetu using "'SwIft's sypikit le sp
etile" In Ihe rcatlletit of convicts for tilihe las
3r'l r'. n nat belie-e it is I he in/y eebin kn<.xw
i.'ia''cl ijiult W 'l ('lfe't, it permanlnti iur of dItp
cases foj' 'wvill~ ira Irtecommiiealc'il.
G It\NTl, AI,1-XANDlElI & CO.
6l&00.. EWVA RI)
WIl Iter pall to anyi etist, who will lant., o
anli 'saaf ei-- hui ~al#' baial. 01 8. S. 5., oii
Pnttli' tui:.e.ury-', Iod11de ptaisslitm, 01' tan
'I'lEi SWIlL' T 1EC'IFIC (X)MIPANY, Prtopi
I hrs. Atltanita. (la.
iioihl ihv al It)t'iggist s.
('all for1 a copy,', Of 'Yotingl Mlen's Frient."
tDefective WVatchi(:i C ito irene r.f De'c chii
i': isor (if meanPII'y'i wathe ntt heling gr
iIm inecesI. .Tlito (ers lin tg Ith itiil nt 11
PPI'.t, whichi sloin 2inter'fer's wIt a t'p ruimair
pats orf ihe w ailh neece.sitat ing ('l('aning,r
Ilatiig, &l'., ni the IIt npount. Ihltis iali nut
iapllad 1mm Ow ih 1)1in tg a giod ease it' ti hr
Jin naig, wold ha'vn aved a1 pilhIis I riptile ai
cia ln'iae. We' have cent11 ly' sa ni t ialsP Il
it'ip altl thie ireuihtiet s, itaivinig Wy
a':alit d firaov' llnt wn yvI yarsj' piml 'I ill raoaIg
V"iet Wt efert' t he Ii JA.s. l;O5:' l'agl.
St 2fr'e'ed f ild Case', whlth Ii l:S be'oNa.l ill
(if IhIle sItpll, aritIcles of thle .Jewelry t rail<
IPae~sing as It doe~s so iantiy riv': lit ag's (ii
allI ot hi'r watch (isa's, bathig tinnale' of It'o
lila 'ay llt es of solId gali aivar a pdl e of car
pilt taot. AiUdlwe' Pavis( all hltr' reiadeirs to pa
their JIwaii'r foi' a '.o rdl or e'nt laoie t h'a'awi
i'xlilpt1) Itia ih i iua'nner n u'eI they3 ate ade.
II ii I te olly stiffe'ned'al (ma tieY wi th lv
lila tea ot gaihl, i'ealess tpetats, and cent r
so)lhi jai Ise atown'I pliees, ka'., anil (of wiht it
cove red by' 14. ter's patn'lt. 'P2( 'he lr l'u-;:
ease reliiti Ci inns u11tag a Jeiwela'r whlo leeeps II
JAS 1105s' 1'ntent Stlieed (ialdt Cae,1ht
yittiuiy l'arn the dliffertence''t~t het u eln I. aU
pill Im~it at tons [hn . c'llaim 10 h)e (4tltaly goal
lta by ! 1 all reCSpJonib~tle' ,Ja w. lirs. IA.li
Ptami don,'t he~ persliitded thai aniy their iieaI e
('ase 'a as goi.' a p l'.
HTAVI NG dete'lrmined to "CLOS
OUT" our3 stoc(k (If Sprting Dr'e
Goods, wol (Ift'r yoau fromn tis dal (1
uinuslM~ bar1Ighinls iln samfe. W.o hasl
at !omlpleate Ilne of thioso goods, an1
parIt ies wvill do wel1l to catll, e'xair
Wo~m would alsao caU your at tenltionl i
Lawnvrs. Ini wile~~ goods8WE we aroLi "u
Up"Oii linle of theOse good(s co01
s ists of Linen Lauwns, Victor
ILauwns, Bishop 'Laiwns, Plaii, Pli
anld Strip'od Nins'ooks, Jaconlet
Ctamiesu, Plignels; Plaiin and Pi
Sv isf, &c. &c. Lacos, Lace
Laces. Edgings, Edgings, Edg
CALL AND $EE FOR YOUli
McMAS'TERI, BUCE & I(ETG'Im~
8'- i o to iE NEWV8 A
R FOO CN10O' IALSAM of SHAR&8 OIL
Pe ositt oly Restores the Heag; and is31he only
ie Absolute Vuro for-a .. Enown.
K. Thin oil is extraoted from a -peoulinr
succico4 of tallh W t SUAt, .au' il
the Yllow Sea, ab)*n ne .02rcAPLon
e ondeletil. Every Chinese fisherman
I- known it. Its virtues as a restorative of
If bearing. were disorwered by Buddhint
, Priest about the year 1410. Its onrep were
o no nunIeroun and :lany so seeminrly mi
10 raculums, that the Temedy was offluially
d proclaimod over the entire Enpire. its
use becamue so universin that for over 300
years no deafness has exfsted amoug -the
Chinese )ople. Sent, charges propaid,
o any ad dress at $1 per bottle.
Oily inaportedt,by HAYLOCK & CO.,
solo Agents ror Amaerlor. I Duy St., New York.
Its virties are unquestionablo and its
curativo chatracter absolute, a the writer
can l'ersonailly tesmtify). both from expedt.
genice andl obse rvation.
- . t Aong th miapy readera of tLe Revieto
in one part and 1uother of the country. it
is probable that numbers are nmicted with
0 d eafiess, and to F-uch it may be said:
11 "Write at onceo to Haylok..& Co., '7 Dey
e Street, 'Nov York, enolosing $1, and you
v will receivo by return a remedy that will
g enable yon to hbem' like anybody else, and
whose curative effeotstwill be permanent,
Yotu will nevter regret doing so "--F1ior
i; qjAMrcuntile lReview. jun 25-8m
m A NICE LOT OF NORTHERN
A FINE LOT OF NEW IRISH
A NEW SUPPLY of MACKEREL
-THIS YEAR'S CATCH.
NEW FLOUR and VRESH BOLTED
MEA L-JUST COME IN.
CALL SOON AND GET THE
W. H. Donily
IS called to my fresh and weI,
selected stock of
FA MILY GXOCERIRES.
I ha; o just oponed a splendid as
C ANNED (G#OJ)s
of first quality and full weight.
A jples, B)aked Beans, Pineampplo.
Poenchses, Succotash, Sahnon, Toma.
a LUes, Sardi ncs, Mustard.
2 ROBINSON'S IMPORTED OAT..
Condentsed Milk, "Occani Gem"
Mackerel in 5 lb. cans.
in bulk, as good as packages, and
A palatable beCvrago for invalids as
well as 1ersons in health, and highly
recot'mmennd by physicians ats a
(I EVAPORATED APPLES.
I 1)0 NOT close at six o'clock.. A
share oft the p'ublic patronage is
B. M?. MUEY.
2, AND) FEED) STABLES,
WINN8BORO), S. C.
I. TFOllET SOAPS!
a L \1tGE o o h cheapest 'Toilet
p Senp forl the rice ever brought to
'O Wininsb~oro. Call anid hn convincell.
,'McM~ASTIER, 1BRICE~ & RETr..IiIN.
SAPP'LICATIION FOR CHIARTER.
OTCE is hereby tgiven that alp iica
.N tion wvill hbe mado to lhe Legisla.
turo of the State of Sonuth .arolina, at its
next sessionl, for *a charter to'construct
-a railroad f romn some1 point on the (Char
lotto, Colu rmbhia and Augusta Ralilroad,
betwveen Columibia and Winnsboro, to
some point east of Camden1 8. 0., by way
of Camiden, S. C.
- Aug. 3, 1881. .W... A. ANCRTUM,
-- ~E. WV. PARKER,
auD o-x mJ.'S.-UAY,
nAs jusT T cEVE A ThEBf 1NE .O CAnt)( OODS,ONSIST&
GREEN PEAS, -PIKLES
LTMA BEANS,- SARDINES
FINE FRESH CIDER AND VINGAR.
NUTMEGS, ESSE19C AND =TRACTS OF LEMON ANb VAXiLLA,
FINE TABLE SALT, VERY FINE MOLASSES,
F LOUR, MEAL, SOAP, AND ALL
GE NEIRALLY SOLD IN A.GROCERY STORE,
-PLjEASE1 GIVEJ MEM A CATLL.
TilE CHARLOTTE FEMALE ,IISTITUTE,
.REV. WM. R. ATKINSON, ERINCIPAL
CHKARLOTTE, Ni C.
[From GEN. J. D. E.NND'r, LieQtenant-Governor of South Caroli'na.j
CAMDIN. I, C., Decemiber 17th, 1890.
As a patron of the Chnrlotte Fenale Intit-ue it affor.l ne p: easure to-testity to th'd
tliorough managementof nvery department of it. This k-nou ledge IR derived from a
visit to and inspection of the institute. Strict attention is paid not only to the edu
cation but health and conilart of its pupils. Its homelike air impresses. m1e most
favorably. The .Rev. Mr. Atkinson, with the aid .of his able and accomplished corps
of ussistants, presents every inducement toparentr who have daughters to educate. I
shall continue to 1 atronizei the school. J. D. KENNEDY.
Itfrom PnoP. J. F. LAliMiER. P.H. D., o DaVid1o'n Co'llege.)
I can testifv to the success the C.harlotte Femade It.stiinie lo atiaired 'tnder the
direction of Mr. Atkinson, who has in the three - ears that he hls been prilicipal
raised, this school to the highest place among our educational institutions lie ha
spared neither care nor expense in af-curing the services of the mnst aecomplislied
and expirienced teacherN. and in naakin,4 the instituto a ci enforts,ble and plesasant
home for its pupiis. No patron has e% er visited the school wvithoui beit more than
ever pleased with the ariatngenents fer the welfare of his daughters. from being
1-r sent at some of its examinations and p)nonally inspect.ng the work of the pupils
thereon, 1 know tbat tl: iitrUtiwit is thorough mid of a - ery high griade. Dr.
Lidez, the Proftssor of lusic, is rcgarded 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. Z V. LATIMERt.
Rsesion begins September 7, 1881. Terms-$125.00 per half session, including
EVERY EXP.I.NSE to which the ppil is put, except for private Ussions in music.
THE "QUEEN BESS" CORSET.
M* .. ....
The "QUEFN BESS" Corset and' Skirt Supporter Is by far the most comfortable
ever introduced. It is a porfect fitting corset, andl has new and improved shoulder
straps, easily ajusted to any desired length. It also has the imiensely popular
'ATENT CL' I H STEEL PROTE( TOR, wl;ieh not only prevonts the steel from
rusting, but al o render8 it impossible to break the claspsi. Warranted in every par
ticular. FOR SALE ONLY by
may 26 J. M. BEATY & CO.
'0 Til1R LAIJIS.OF PAI1PILID OUNT 'I*
IHAVE nust opened and have n1oiv ready fol votl inspetIo i of t110
largest. and best selected stocks of MILIlNER', FANCY. "* Ate
NOTIOLNS ever brought to this place.
MIIRS. BOAG, with the assistance of he01, new mIlliner, Anss BLACK, 0(
Italtimore, Iitelds sparing no pains inl these departmien ' ivill repl'ish
and keep them full (tlring the season, s, andw e
A FULL LINE OF DRESS GOODS. Buttons antd.
best and cheapest ilne of CORSETS. - Also a lot of Imming Undc r
wear, nei SJle adUdr
D AVIS TERTIC AL FEED
SEWING MIC IN S.
'IfiE bost in hinarket fr pamoreavv T D t and fine famly sOwi1g. ONO
It-bhoth Ias a imachin md the I'aive of work i ally one Who can con1m>t0 w1tiV
with all of the lirst-chss mainel on the mar turns out. \Varrante to wea
chines in use ini Fairfield County. ket4 Two hiundr'ed of these Ma
.ALsc. I TSOFE
A fine lot of Planting Potatoes Onlor
Crackers, Cakes, Canle~s, IIcon, Iour i I StA, Seeds, Corn, Oats, Cheese~
Tob~aceo, Cigars, lledsteads, attess r4 aHm mkn n hwn
To rrv 1,00 fetof' Good Assor toe bies, Safes, Chairs, etc.
Drh' Goode, of all kinds, Millinery et Jtumber.
.1ot, of pring Goods, . ., Ipw down to mako room .foi'a noW