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*. '#Dfr*.i D P'1a, IgneS.
. a. ItErXO1I.sasctr'EnToa.
who diedlast week 1i .ot 7th7 man
who~na- dlg'acedhls high calling by
beinga loud-mouthed politicIan. The
deceased Is thekight Rtev. Erastus 0.
haven, a ian of high attainments,
feivent piety'and. fine intellect. lie
&as altogether a difrbaaft mani t-om
Gilbert'Haven the politkii of the
northern MethodIist:Chn:ch, .,
TiE GEORiGEtOWa Eng dreyr Gf last
Tbere i a.gin-of error In the state.
monI made by the W-iniusboroN.Ew AND
IERALD, that "the -4versal verdict
North and South is that Mr.:DavIs has
made a most powerful presentaton of
his subJect; and that the book will
rank as one of the classics of historv."
It. Pnist be admitted tMat thie Is ihe
,epotxiet'ati.g (pInion, but it is nolt
.Concur'ed Iin by all o-the leadHgjour
nuls of the North. The Nation, a pa.
per of' high a bility and generally of
scrupulous ftir'ness, which representIs
the sentiment of much of the culture
and intelligence at the Nurth, dedlares
,that tbe work is disIiwiredtby a malig.
ity of spirit that robs it of all dignity
while the narrowess of vision and
weakness of intelleet which it betrays
render its constitutional arguments on
the right of secession tame and i-nesn
clusive. The Nation is probably ul
tra in Its views of this work, but while
its strictures are doubtlcss umijust, Its
Judgmient will be endorsed by a large
body of strong unionists at the North.
-In speaking of the "universal ver
diet" upon Mr. Davis' book, Tusi
NEWs AND HERALD'was perhaps a lit
inaccurate. It would have been safer
tW insrt an almost before 'funiversal".
As for the views of the Nation oin this
particular subject, It seems to us that
they are entitled to no very great con
sideration. The Nation is.iudeed "a
"per of high ability and generally of
scrupulous fairness", but It haa inore
than once resorted to niisrepresenta
tion of the Southern people, to apn
der to the "stalwart" sentiment of Its
readers. The opinion of such a paper
on Mr. Davis' book must be taken
with a grain of allowance.
The Charlotte Observer of the 9th
inst. contains an editorial on the
President's condition, which so well
expresses our own views of his case
that we reproduce it:
'We-were le4 to believe from the dis
patches.sent oter the wires for soine
dlays back thatthe.President was get
ting alonr splendidly, and that his re
covery vas only a question of tie,
his progress being .such that the at
tendant surgeons had dismissed all
uneasiness and doubts as to his case.
The conitry accepted this version,
with confidence, and some cities had
gone so dir as .tohold Ijoyful colebra
tlinsas the-eity .otf Brooklyn did a
few days ago..
But yeste.-day came the news that
another stirgical oI >eration was ,found
necessary to pernuht the -flow of pus,
'which wats being checked by the heal
ing of the wound. Ther'e may be
nothing extraordinary in this, buit to
us it does not wear a very assuring
appearance. Th1e' presumption is that
the attendant -eurgeons are :familiar"
with the case, but when they send out
such rose-colored bulletins, and at the
lapse of five weeks find further cutting
necessa ry to allow the cscape of the
matter, the stop~page of which im
~per~ls his life, It does look as if thev
WereC :groping in the dark. Thle'v
naturaiiy senda out the miost encour'ag
ing liulletins they can. but all this ti ne
the ,President lies on .his back per1fect
ly helpless, with pulse8 runnig t'om
98 to 108, as it did yeste.rthly, enough
to consume the vital forces of' a man
.even stronger thani he. lie mnay or
may notbe out of danger, but wyhen
these repeated applications of the knife
are found nlecessarv, we .can~not .help
thinking that he is'thr fromn being in
the satisihetory coindit ion the doctors'
bullet ius would muake us helieve he is.
Thle telegrams of Tuesday represent
that tihe Presidenit is doinig very well
and that there is no0 cause for aharm.
Thle wonnd is discharging .freely
through the .opening ulade by the
seconid operation, and seems -to ibe in a
satisfactory c'ondition. Th'le pat ient is
taking, without bad effect, the nour
ishmnent pre'scibed by the surgeons.
The indications are all represented as
favorable, b)ut in view of recent dis
atppoitm~~lents the hopes of the public
will not be gretatly st rengithoned.
WAJ 1)121nK AU) lSOAE 1 NT.
Som., Viewsa and Noggestions fromi a Corro
i9pondent( Who Oppedes the .Measure as
Jtesars. Editors: The I~etitioniing of
legislative bodies for the change of
laws in force, or those likely to be
proposed, does not seem~ to be conifln..
ed entirely to this "cur young repub..
lie," for i see that our mother ''Old
Enughind" is being agitatedl too by
p~et itions to her parliament. The pet i
tions to thle English law-makers are to
prevent (lie passatge of a bill which is
In favor of' admitting atheists inlto par
liamient-as membersWI' of that body, I
presumtie. Tihe numberli of petitions
for the passage of the bill is 1 ,S9:1,
signled by 630,595 persons, and( thlose
against thle prIoposedh bill -tre 673,
signe'd by 115.511 'persons. Now,
Messrs. Editors, can you tell an in.
quir'ing man11 w hich of the number's aire
the goodl and would-be rulers of' the
country, for' you muslt know in every
country there are a few soft-headed,
pretsumting persons who, if thedir sie
of a qnestion is lost, very pretmptu
oushy exclaim: "Oh!I well, it was -op
p~osed and defeated simpjly because thme
good and intelligent~ men favored it."
Well, I say that if the infclligence
with all their good qualities are fairly
beaten, why they have nlo right to
complain. Now, in our fair land there
is a. qutestionm belig advyocatedl and~
petitions being carried around obtain
ing signa tures for prmesaion a t.,.
'next tiih0lutof the. General Assemn-I
Ibly of Sottl Cai'olina. I need not
state the question for all .Imust 'know
ft Is that PPOhlbition -measure gotten I
on foot by good.meaning men ito
dottbt, but must -say 4bt somo -of 4
altle"tas" t~ikhng Vke~ine ar-ound.4
Or o,tMt doing Iht In dlicititg the '
namia-oa~olf~ jdreu. and telling themivi
advoeating t 36 .Pauso of .rolibiton
that "it is better to steal than to get
drunk.." Now, tbat.k4id of doctrine I
is iII direct contradiction .to the laws
of God,-forrif.I.mnitake not you wtll
nll InI that book o't books tie Bible
a gift fromGod to men, in Exodus,
language like this: "Thou shalt not'
steaI"-a posItive command. Again,
I old that t is an extreme ,measure,
undemocratle, 'and an inflingemont
upon the liberties of a free-born,
l1 erty-loving people, and thereby
.calculated to destrov -.a 'part of oir
frecdQm ot action uiider the govern
ment formed by ourselves--"the peo
ple." -of-course the Legishlt're will i
remand any such change er extremu i
and suicidal measure to the vote of
their constituents, as did our North
Caroli-na brothers, and like the 6>d
"tar-hcel" State went, so will it be in
South Carolina on such an absurd, un
reasonable and extreme a measure ias
that of Prohibition. We caunot be 1
too careful in our action as a party
rbeteadng upon the-political condition oi I
our government. Any attempt to
force that Prohibition move nider
the party ash will be a damnable ?
fallhwe; for just as smue as any like
attempt is made. it. will not only cause I
a division, but the Democracv o' the I
whole State will be dioorgani'zed-an d
who can tell the balance, sare that the.
Prohibition movement will be. defeated. U
I presume that it will be accredited to F
the victors by some as a victory of the r
"trash" or bad men of the State, for 0
of course to good maln will vote 1
aganinst It-so say they. Why eniact I
laws, 'Messrs. Eitor.s if they are not 1
to be carried out? We have now upon 11
the attte-book three excellent laws: '
(1.) The liquor laws passed by the
last General Assembly, which are i
only carried out, thougfh. ro far as j
licenses to sell are concerned, and jug- 1
shops instituted outside of incorpor- -
atedplaces. (2.) Another good law
is that against gainbling upol the
public roade, etc. Why, sirs, any
nights and Sundays too parties can 'e (
found in droves .pitching their cards. f
(3.) Still another against the .union
between the colored and white races
All are good laws, passed by a Demo- F
cratic lei islature too. But I might a
term them '"deadheads," they not be-,
ing carried out by the officials sworn p
to perforii their whole duty. Is it
necessary for a trial justice to await.
a report from A that B is living in r
open deflance of the law, with C a
eolored woman, when he himseclf is A
aware of it, before he commenceos suit d1
against 13 for violat ing a law which he t
has sworn to execute? I think not. P
C k1D 11 T2T KEIL,
The Verdict of the Court Martli Is thit he (
Cut Ills Own Ear. *
- WAsuIxoTQN, August 5.-The tenor 1
of the verdict in thet WhittakerM' cse e
has been the subject of a good deal of )
spoculation. It har been generally un
derstood that It Was averse to Wilitta
ker, but this was not positively known t
until now. The report of tlhe court- i
martial arrived at the oflice of the a
Judge Advocate General some tnime 1
ago, but owing to Geneoral-Swain's at
tendance upon the Patient at the I
White House it was not examnined;
It is now being revised and will be- t4
rady for submission to the PIresident j
for his final action just as soon as he is
able to give his attention to it. The
essence of the verdict is the finiding of
WV hittaker guilty of committing the al- .
leged outrage on hiimself. Thlis ver'
dict is nanimons antd is coupledl with
the untanitnons recomnmenidation that
lie be dismissed from the service. The
Judge Advocate Ganeral will a pprove
this verdict, there is not the slighteet
doubt about that, and thtus wil end
the mnost remarkable mailitarv trial o
record. It has cost the government .
nearly $25,000 to decide whto mnutia',
edi Wlhittaker's ears, and evenm now,
when it is all over amid the verdict is
that .the 'boy did the job to excite p'ub
lhe sympaithy, it will he -rcie with
some doubt by a good many people.
A REIABLE AND) loNOnAnLE~i CON- IC
eux:.--Persons who desire to purchiase
pianos and orgas are inat urally' anix
ins to know what firms are honorable
and1( resp)onsible. Aimong~ tis class
weC cordially reconnutentd the MIendells
sohn1 .Pianto~ Pianio Co., of New' York,
whose advert isemientt appears else
\Ve select froin their catalogue soi
extracts from letters received from,
their customers, in proof of' our asser
Accept my thaniks for' thme honorable
dlealinig [ have received at your hiands.
JunN I"AttiANJI, Cochtituate, Mass.
1 shall lose tno op)portuntjv to recoim- I
menid youtr inistrumnents and :tour manti
ner of dealing. Saar'L. Cusnw AN, rj
I cannmiot express my apprecitioni of'
your kinidness ini senin~ig mec so tine
ain .Instrmauent,. Allow mec to thank
youforytu honlorable ma~tinner ,of
dealing. JouN B. OQug nmxo,
Presldentt F'emale Colleg;e,
I cannliot e3xpress tiy (lianks to v'ou
for sendinig mei so tine iani ilnst ru meilt.
Mus. JoHn W. MAY,
I feel under obligation to you for'
your' punctual dealing.
Ji'no M. H At-r, boquchit to, ii iss.
.1 cana re~COltielid you1 ad your lit
TH lEnouE II ERRtL[So, Von-dit-Lac, WVis,
I amt mu ch obl iged for~ yo ~ur itegri
ty in sending mue sneh ani excellent and1(
In tuy estimation I have as good an
1mnstru ment, if no ta better one, as was
ever' senit to this citv.
W M. T.X BI.EIKu:, G;alvestont, Texas.
Accept my t hiaks for' the gent lemnan
ly detalinig I have received at. . your
JT. A. Swuv:xsoN, St. Paul. NIinn.
Iiundiireds of' ot hers oft sinmihar tenlor
canI be seent in liae test imoniials of the
Mlendelssohnt Piano Co. Send , stamip
---Why willnot0 granss gr'ow unider 1
our' trees? M. Pauml Bert has showyn
that gre'en light hinders the dlevelopi
mnit of' planats. Planats inielosed int am
gieen glass fr'ame wither iand (lie as
t bough they a ere in da rkk iess. M. I
Reg nar'd fids that plan)ts specially r'e-|
(lirme the red iravs. If sunmlight is (de- '
pr'ive~d of the ared rays the plants soon
ense to thrive.
-Tho execntor's of Loird Beneonis
field ropnnet bis .ante wor, ma nionQ
eour Men are Killed 'Outriglit and .Ten
Othere Jeartully lJuivl.
DAR.INGTO, S. C., August 0.-'N.
Ungsi havejIlet been received hore -ofa
erriblo aiutalty.that occurred -in tho
Vestern pttrt o JDariigton county ot
l'hursdar al ftotnoonl. A -paIt-v of'rad
lands, il wbite ment, were st'ek by
ightnfig. Four of the nuuaber were
stantly .killed, and ten I others seri
-CPuR.s, S. C., Aug'ust 5.-Ou
l'bursday last., the 4th Instant, the
land(s ere it work on the pibli
aighwav in Stolkes' Bridge a'ownship,
I Darlington.county, in the vicilnity
>f.Lyneh's River. Late in the after-|
o01 uisanily of then stopped under ai
pik tree to rest and shelter thenselvea;
rom the acorching-beantis of the suit
'louda were visible at a distance and
ain was falting some miles away, buti
n that iinnsediate locality the sun was
hiting, the sky was clear an1d nothing'
idticated the presence of elqctrieltv.
5ne of their iunmbe.r had stepped off ai
61V Varde for water when siddenly t l
ereif i h tartled him and reveal
a to his astonished and horrilled vis
oil tle appallbig sight of his compani
on,p somne dlead,"some comtpletelv
>arnlyized and others iwoundod. andi
truggliog In the throes of death. In
e laniguage, '"the shrieks and groans
nd struggling can only be pictured by
hose who have witnessed the bloody
nlcidents of the batt le-field."
Messs. . 1. Mazingo, Rufus Maz
'igo, Willie Wators and John B. Gat
in were killed outright. These were
II vypingr ineni, recentlv married ad
n the ilGloom of llaithood. Twelve
thers were struck and more or less
tunnued atdi mInuilated, some of then:
eriouisiyV if not, fatamyly injured. One |
f the victims bears upon the side ,Of
is body a complete picture of the tree
liotographed on his skin by the light
Ing. Three dogs vere 'apparently
illed, but one of them subsequently
There were scattered all around the
ree tile tools with which the men haz
eon working the road, and these may
ave at racted the electricitv.-N
-Ayer's pilk are ageneral favorite,
ecause of their power-ful yet gentle
perationi. Medical mien prefer theim
>r nervous or deliesto constitutions. *
VENTOR'S PREDIC'IIONS I
Dr tils Month's weather. prepared expressly
'r STODDART'S RUEvIEW. 1
Ak.mplc copy mit a aed .for 3c. Stamp.
M.o SODAaT, Pulli1IhCr, -1 NV .York,.PhtIladel
Ilia or Chicago. July 2.-xgd
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION,
iHE County Board of Equalization for
i Fairfeied County will meet at the
uditor's Office. at Winnsboro, oil Tue: -
ay the 16th of August, at 10 o'clock a. Im.,
) bcar appeals frot any taxpayer whose
ropeity has been raised.
I. N. WITIERS.
aug 4-Xt II Clerk Board.
N ]E A IMD PROPOSALS. .
"I E ALEA) proposals for1 furishing- p110-91'
') for pointerm at the dilleront, fork and
MoSsroads, in Fairlield county, afld
rectg the. s4aie. will !e received at this
tlice up to A ugust 13, 1841. The Com
Iissioners will furnish the pointers and
mtractor.q will turnish the nils. Posts
)ho 4x4 hbches, of loig-leaf heart pine,
ost or whito - sr.safras. cetlar or
lhostiut.. ini-rtnd two f-:et undir ground
ad reabing tWelr fvet above t(he ground.
ids wiltl he re'civedl by townshlips4, and
ny given town.ship will embrace all the
)ads in said township, with ~thme, roads
ading from dlividin~g r'oads into sr id
>wniships. T1owns1hip) No. 14 will bie
inbracedt in No. 4, and No. l1i in~ No. 13.
'he Cemmiiione1,rs reserv.e the right to
~ject any faid ai.!.bids8.
J AS. Rl. IIUVE Y,
july 206Iix3 Chairman,
'R.OM TIIE WRIECIK
One Tiro Flate, one Tire B~ender!,
nlo Tire Shrinker, thrveo Sciv
iso. QO Bouxing Machine. (*ast
18.00, wrill be srokl for $10.
Lots of Oval. l'alf Oval' Round,
land, Square an.14 Tiro [ron ; Hubs,
~pokes, Rims, Cmrriage Bolta, Tire
olt's and all .mannor of castings.
O0 BE S5OLD REG.\RDLErsS 0.F
UILYSSE G. DESPOTfES.
~UGA t8, assor te d. Coffees, R io,
Lgavrai and Old Gov. Java.
tiro uad Old (Gov. Java Houasted.
'ent, Black , Imiperial, Gutnpowvder
,nd l oung ilyson,
P"ears, PenehenIC, Pinetapples, To.
nators, 8salmnon, Corned Beef', De~viled
11am1 and1 Tuirkey, Sardintes, &c.
Mlaenroni anid Cheese, G inger Pr
ervest, Pin Jlcad Oat. Aen I, Coopei
elatinae, Mtustardi, Blasck Pepper and
Bald wlit Caitsup, C'ross &~ Ulack
'ell's Chow Chtow, Emnpire C howv
hlow', Assorted Pickles". Lea & Per
inl's Worcestershtire saue.
J. 1K. McMASTERI & CO.
o DAN6oR IN TlAE O MAY APPLu LivEs
ILLS.-Thuy are harmless to the nost delicate
POrson butSopenetrating that they clear tho
1sto#of urttis,: end gently oeoite the
1,4r o'h .k _ e 15 centsyor b~ox.
bold by a .g to this county.
SXLWtA,-'AArI 8, 1878.
'Mr. J. P. GoodwIn Agpnt ear tao
pleasuro in stating tfit 1 havo used your Med1.
eated Stock Feed ou a' very poor cow, with
-:reat success. She looka mulch -better now,
Ilve : a great deal more milk, and is much su.
:'erlor. .1 thertfore rf coa1nenld this medicine
o Ali - ho-w i to hnpOve tlibir stock, cattle
anl hei11Vs a0 it I's Vily whatlti-ts represented
to be. Very respcotftully, A. KAYSMII.
- EFAULA. ALA., July, 1878.
Mr. Shoeiekt : .1 uP('d'one sack ydor'tbolC
Feed on My cy, witlh veiry sati actory re
bults. She had recently dropped her calf, and
Was in a poor, cond!tion. and by the use your
stock Tceed she was rapidly Improved ?4 flesh.
and milk. Very respectfuuly,
1OEO. IL DENT.
Sold by the druggists-of lhIs couutN.
Dr. A.'R. Norton,- of Savannah, vrites: I as
Lvure you It Ptfforde me pleasure to give my ap
tOval alid'tertifleste i favor of your Lung
J(estqre'r,.having given it a fair trial in a ium.
ber o cases where it proved success in the
treatment of .Dronchitis and Consumption.
Five years ago thy Ivifo was far ono in Con
sulition. She had-been confined o her bed the
rcater part of the time, for six Veonths with
-Icetic Fever every day and I had -Ut little
[intes of her recovery., but by perseverance
wit In e blessings or tod, her Lungs are now
perfectly sound. I gsivo her no other Lung
Jedi l than youal and a cough Byrup I make.
have geieraily given thern together as I have
stimng faith in oth . I succeeded in curing a
numberof hopeless cases and regard Brewer's
Lung testorer as a valuable preparation.
Please send me per express three dozen as I am
neacly out. e lid bill of anmie and I *vIll remit
proinptiy. Wtshing you good success, I 'Onaln,
A. R. NORTON, M. D
Corner West Broad and Harris Ste.. Savanala'h,
Messrs. Lamar. lRankin &.L rar. Gentlemen:
-One bottle of Brewer's Lunk.Iiestorer cured
ine of -Bronebiis in a week's me. -aI will want
a few more botties soon. 1 intend-keeping it in
nay house all the ilme, as I considerIt, a valua
a1o medicine. Yours reipectlull
lIEN 'Y DAVIS.
Sold by the Druggists of this county.
'CoLUMBUs, GA., April 12, 1878.
Dr. C. J. McrtetI--Dear Sir--Mv wife and my
wlf are satisfied that the life of onr teething
-ane was snved by the use otf your -Teethina
rTvethl-ng Powders), when other remedles had
alled to refieve-hin. Ire hare .rean delighted
-ihe pterdaj and ermtanent relief given one of
tar cidren front nevere attack of Cho:era Morbum.
'et.lia i'a indiapcnscbi to us, and should bi
kept by till parents baving shiall children.
. EsSE B. WRIOH T,
ITIS F'VOUND AT LA.T I
SostTHINO NEW UNDEi TUB SUN -A new era
d alawnintg upon womnn litherto she has
wen calleil upcon to suffer the 1119 of imankidd
nri her ownI besides. The frecquent and dis
ressing Irre Ilarities.pecuM.r tu her sex have
Ong been toluer the "direful sprin of woes
IniaumberedJ." -'n the mansion of te rich and
iovel of povert-y alko womnai has been the
olstantyet patitent Yletim of a thousand Ills
anknwn to ninn-and without a remnedy. "Oh
"Ord, hmow long!" In the agony of her s'ul,'h
the cried. But now the hourof It' I redem tion
s cotnie. She will suffer no more, for Bradfeld's
omaaUie Regulator, "Wonann's Btest Friend," is
or sale by all druggists.
Prepared by Dr. J. Bradfield, Atinta, Ga.,
rice $1 5o peir bottle.
TESTIMONY OF DiUGGISTS.
We have'been selling "Swift's SyphilltlC qpj_
0le" for years, and regard it far stiperil to
nvthing knownt to science, for t'he dlseares'dt
4 recommended to cure. We have never know'n
f n single failure.
S. J. ASSFILS. Thomnasville, Ga.
L. V. OR EElI & CO.. Forsyth. Oa.
!HUNT. 1tANlKrN & LAMAR, Atlanta. Ga.
PTE1)itTON, 4AMUELS & REYNOLDS, At.
ATLANTA. GA., JIly 1, 1R74.
W'e have lj-en nAing "Swift's SyplhiilltlC Spe
ille" Al the tIeiatment of convicts for tIe last
~ear, andi believe Il Is the onaly certain A',own
- maedy that wvill eacet a perrnaianent cure of dis
ascs for which It-Is recommlendaedi.
.. GOitART, ALEXANDER & CO.
W1'ill ho laid to any Ccemiist who will find, on
anilysis of onae-hundaredl bottls of S. S. 8., one
article of aaecrcury, iodide potassItun, or any
iI IE SWI FT $1PECIFlIC COMPANY, Prop'rle.
Sold bay all Druggists,
Call ror a copy of '-Young M1en's Friena.''
D)etective Watch Cases are one 01 thet chief
auses of so many wlacs not being good
mne places. The cases being thin and anot lIt
*ag wvell. admit dust and dirt to the move
Ulent, which sooniaterferes withi thae running
3arts of the watch neceessitating -cieaning, rce.
palring, &c., ain: the amouant thus paid out If
Liliicd tou trd buyinag a good ease in thec be
tunning, wo'uld have raved~ ail this trouble and
.pense. We have aecently seen a caseo that
leets all these requiremienis, it having been
2arriedl for over twenl y' years lad still remains
)efect. We refer to the JAS. BOSS' Patent
'tiibonedl Gold Case, whic~h haas become one
' the staple articles of the Jewelry trade,
'(.1sessing as it does .3o maany advanages OVer~
111 othaer wer'tch case, being amade of two
-ol 'y Ida tes-of -solid gol over' a plate of comn
oili i"'n. A id we advise nil eutr readers to task
heair d!ea-'eae for~ a caurd or~ (ntalogue 'that wilt
xpkuan the anneur n which1 they are made.
it is thae ('aly Stlirened Caso made with two
-hs' tea or gohl, seamless penanaats, ,and Centra),
oulld j'oluta, crown pieces, &r.., all of Which tare
-oveared by let ters pta tent 'Therefore buy nto
-neeI "'fore COmntailng a Jeweler w'aho keeps the
JAS. BOSS' Patenat Stiffenaed oldt Caase, that
-ou~' many lear'n t'he diffeecea hietweenm it and
-ll imitations th'at claim to be equlally good.
F'or sale by till responsible Jewelers. .Ask to
et the warrant, thant accom'aptaies each case,
maal doan't he perasluded (hat anty othier m'ake~ of
:151 is as good- ap 12.
FARM WA GONS.
~N conetion w"itha the Buggy itnd
1 Spring Wagon business, I hv o
aie the well-known
Farm Wag~on. My one- horse wagonas lare
couapled the ihamol asa a two- horse waigon,
have fronat bounds and1( rockintg bolster.
W~arratettd for twelve nmonths.
- J. H. CUM~MINis,
ap 28' Opap. D~unlovy & Faunt.
1TO'TOE is' hereby given thant applica
LN lion will lbe Wanado to flue Legisla
lure of the State of South aCarol inn, at its
next session, for a chiarter to conistruct
a ratilroad trom somne point on the (Thar.
lotto, Colutimba and Autgusata Ratilroad,
lietween Columabia and Wintaboro, to
some poinat east of Camden, S. C., by way
of Camadena, 8. C.
Aug. 3, 188.1. WV. A. ANCRUM,
. ', w. PAnKEn,
J. T. UAY,
Stib801'ib0 tO TJilE NEWS AND
WHITE WITH VmTI..OR
INDS & Rims
THEE MONTHS' %RE T.
LUDDEN & BATES'
Special Siaml Oft
FOR AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER
A Little Cash New and the lValane
'WhewCotton Comes In.
During.the .months of August and Sep
teiber, we oTer Pianos and -rgans -a
Lo WEST CAsu RATES, payable
025 CASHON A PIANO,
-10 CASH ON AN ORGAN,
and the'bainuce in three months toithot
interest. This .'ffer expires October Isl
next. Buy uow, and buy as cheap as y1
can next Fall with cash in hand. Nothi
gained by waiting. Prices will be hi he
Another boom is close tt haud. u
facturers will not be able to half suppi'
the demandt .aad Instruments will b
scarce and high.
WARER00MS CROCK A BLOCE
Now, with a inagnifloent :stook-all from
old and stutdrd ihnklrs. Prices th
I ovest. Terms the easiest. Two hundre<
lustrumensts to selettfto!n. Best Maker
only. Our very Cheapestlnstrumnents ar
perfectly reliable. Pianos -and Organ
sent on fifteen days test trial. It's all w
asc. Give us the privilege and we 'vill b
happy. Send for latest piio list, an<
oblige, yours truly,
Iudden a Bates.
The Great Piano and Organ Dealers of th
South. aug 9
AT TEN TION
IS called to my fresh and well,
selected stock of
I 'ha yo jnist openiea , splenaid as,
of -first -quiality and -fnil -weight
A ples, Baked Beans, Pineatpple
Peaches, Succotash, Salmon, Toma
tqes, Sardines, Mustard.
ROBINSON'S IMPORTED OAT
Condensed Milk, "Ocean Gem
Mackerel in 6 lb. cans.
in bulk, as good as packages, an
A palatable beverage for invalids a
well as perGsonls in hoalth, and highl
reco mmenned by physicians as
diet for childlron.
I DO NOT close at six o'clock.
share of .the public patronage
IR. M. 11U1EY.
A NICE LOT OF NORTHER]
A FINE LOT OF NEW IRISi
A.NEW SUPPLY of MACRERE]
-THIS YEAR'S CATCH.
NEWV FLOUR and FRESH 13OLTEl
MEAL--JUST COME IN.
CALL SOON AND OET TH1l
W. R. Donlyr.
A ARGE lot of the cheapest Toil
.'Soap ter the price ever brought 1
Winnusboro. Call and be convinced.
McMASTER, BRI1CE & RETOHIN.
UA8 JA~g|NQ PAA FIO DLEU>C IIN 0V QNSt
.STR AWBERIES3, TOMATOESv
:FINE 1RESHO1DER AND V5IA-A.
* 'TMG8, ESSENCE AND EXTRACTS 'OF EMON A"D VAMIN A,
FINE TABLE SALT, VWR FINE MOLASS1S,
FLOUR, MEAL, SOAP.y AN AM
iGENE)RALLY SOLD IN A GROCG' STORE.
VMA Srm arV 0M .A. CALm& .
T E. ?l ITTE FEILE INSTITUTE,
REY. WM. R. ATMINSON, PIRINCIPAL
it CHAREOTTE, N. 0,
- .... .-.-0-0-.--..
S tFrom.GEN. i. b. xNNNEDY, Zieutenant.oovernor of South UArlinaj.)
OAMDEN. 8. 0,, December 17th, 1886.
* Atu YoU -dVdhe-xArlotte Female Institute it.affords me pleasutt to testify to th%
thorough -management of every deptWtnent-of it. This knowledge is ritved from i
visit to and inspection of the institute. Strict:attention Is paid not only to the edua
. cation but health and comfort of its 1.pWil. Its homeliko air impressed me i'ost
, favorably. The.Rev. Mr. .Atkian, ftoho aid -of shis able and accomplibbied corps
of assistants, presents-everyilnducement to parents-who have daughters to educate. I
2 4hlI continae to 'atronizothe school. J. D. KENNEDY.
(From Pno. T. T. TATtr=Nn. PYn. b.. -of bairianRn CfnArlA
i enn -testily to the success the Charlotte Feinale Institute has attlined under the
direction of Mr. Atkinson, who has in the three 3 ears thdt lie has been principal
raised this school to the highest plice among oor .edueational institutions He has
I pated-heitheoruoto.nor expena n seourhV in a~ae1ctes of the most accomplisheAc
and experienced teachers, and in making the tinstitute a ciomfortable and pleasaht
home for its pupils. No patron has ever visited the school *Uhout being more than
ever pleased with the arrangements for the welfare of -his -auhters. From beibig
rresent at some of its examinations and -personally inspecting :t ie work of the puplui
thereon, I know that the instruction is thorough :and -of ;a - exy high grade. Dr.
Bidez, the Professo of Music, is regarded 'by hiis )puth kney 'of whom are amatent
8 lady musician., graduates in music at other institutions,'es ihe6 most 3dvanced and
accomplished teacher-ofamusic that has ever come South. 4. F. LATIMElt.
Session begins Septem'ber 7, 1881. Terms-$125.'0 per 'half session, -including
EVERY EXPENSE to whioh the pujpl is put, except for private lessions iv music.
THE "QUEEN BESS" CORSET.
S . o- A I - -
j The QUEEN BESS" Corset ahd Skirt Supporter is by far the most Comfortable
ever introduced, It is a parfect fittiki g lctOti and bas new and improved shoulder~
Bstraipos, easily adijusted to any desired length. It also has the iibhuekaely populat
PATENT OL()I HI STEE~L POTE( TOR, w iol not only prevents the steels from
rusting, but also renders it impossible to break the claspit. Warranted in evoty par-w
ticular. FOR SALE ON'LYby
:ay2| 0 BEATY & Co.,
2O P11Z LA PLES OP FAIRFIELD (GO UTJ'Y e
II tAV1A jst. opm ed and have now ready for you 11 smetion 0 : o- t.l
ageEt and best selected stock i of MILLINERkb FANCY OODS AD
OeTIONS over brought to this plae a
MRS. BOAG, ith toe assistrlet of WIr aha t hiline it) M18 eULAC l of'
Paltlnore, Intends sPri o Pais In thesR wloparintani Iprvtsillh rtheplsh
atind kee th ren ri s il during the so bWon r
A FUL LINEOF DUhESS GOODS 11ttatid and tiintnings to mittohi The
be and cheapest lne of CORSETS. Ilo a lot of Linen Mlters ad Undrs
DAVIS VERTICAL FEED
TIIE best In the Mnarkot for plaiti or h~alvy and fluo fatiliy setvingb ON14
TOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD to any on1 who Cal cornlete wOtPI
it-both as a machine and the range of Work It tt-ns out, Wau','anted to weAET
with ajy of te a hie n rea keo Tou nded of the -% .
largest and bset inFieltd Costyso6 ILNn, A OD N
Atioe fintend ofpating notaons Oin thse Setens, Caun ts'il eeis
yeToarrd 1600 cha e et of CORSTS. A so Lotomb nnerte.an ndr
lot of Spring Toods.