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THE. NEWS.& D HEP1ALD.
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. . MWANSAVA VIA*. i9sroa.
- Tni LATE1r itews'from the PreiMgent
WiWs-stmmed up by a correspondeit-by
saying: "The situation boiled - down
has changed froni one. Of -*iaodiate
4lArm to one of doubt, perplexity and
distrist." .A 4ew .complication has
rwiven in 4ho inflanimation of the
-parotid .gland. Dr. Hamilton does
,Atug-regard this as a.oauso for alarm.
iVWhent. toh last ibulletin -was . lesued
.Tiursday evening the patient's -pulse
%was 108, temperature 100, respiration
.48. s DA .Biss says the inflammatioin
,snentionod Is not pynmic, buttiko re
- suit of otrenle debility. Dr. Ham
,Uo id..oan the-other hatd, inAlste that
the auft'rer has had pytomia for some
4ime. No still adheres to Ahe pinion
ihat Ahlo rresdent will die.
Tim DmISioN among the stockhold
ers of the Cheraw and Chester Rail
nrad still exists. The seceding stock.
hloldors..(those claimng that the -coun
ty stock is.entitld Ato votes x 3and 1l
other privileges) have elected .awboard
ofedirecters and that board has elected
bIr. John L. Agurs, of Chester, presi
dent. of the C ompany. A dematid will
at-once-be made .pon Mr. Hardi itthe
gentleinan chosei prildent-by the other
party of ha sthoekholders. for posses
- sion of AC books,, receI d, etc., be
longing to the corporation. The de
mand will of course be refused, ,and
the controversy will be determined in
*the-courts. Both the Lancaster papers
sustain the Hardin -boar.d. and stock
holders. On the other hand the senti
-inent in ChesterAeems strongly on the
side of the Agure organization. The
,question of their respective -rights
must remauit open till a judgment can
be procured it the Supreme Court.
.IT NOW appears that there was a
goodr dealter trth it the-tory told by
Judge MackUey about that dispatch
semby a Launaster man about the
iho.di ig of the President-though, it
thr reeN corspondets tell the
trutih, the Judge .did embellish the
hu-1iietl sollielvilt. 'The Chester
Bulletin says: 'tpon inquiry of 4Mr.
Brennecke its to the facts about th'is
matter, lie states that while lie was :in
Lancastergetting the new office there
in. reudiness for'business, such a tele
gramh as Judge MaCkey speaks of was
left on the table for transmission, but
.be didn't seeswho It was that left it. It
was-the1irst day- the new line between
Chester and Lancaster was-tot be Qper
.ated, and telegrams were going to be
-sent freeovere-the line that evening.
Mr. Brenneeke found the aforemen
tioned message amoing a number of
other whieb had beenleft,.and tore -it
-up instead of sendig It."
THE AThANTA EXPOStTtON is attract
ing general attention, .atl the scope
of the exhibition-will be mneh larger
,tha-inwas originally anticipated. It
will not. be puirqly a Southern enter
prise but a National one. Mr. Kim
ball has recently returned .from an ex
tended trip over the -North, to further
-its interests, and he says he0 found the
people there, even as far up as New
>England. to be very wann supporters
of the scheme. The papers as a geni
eral thing cordially co-operated with
him, comnmendhjig the enterprise in
the strongest -terms. A part of his
business was to visit Washington to
secure from the authorities the ad
mission of articles for exhibition from
Europe to our ports free of dluty, and
he received .assurances that lis re
quest -would meoet favorable consid1era
tion. All must rejoice at the success
oif tis Southiern: undertaking, which
has contiunally grownt till it attracts
attention .all over the Union.. Every
Southern Statq should be -welN repre
sented. We are glad to know that
steps are t akinig to give South Carolina
a prominent pla1ce in the picturie.
80.ME UjTr'LE exceenit has been
arouse~l in) Aiihen over the mnatiter of
teachers for the colored school ini
that place. 'Tuis school hats been con-.
ducted by one W, TI.. Undenibach and a
Miss Mart ha Schotiel, both from the
North. Recently Rlodenbach wrote to
the trustees, asstimidng the right to
nominate an assistanit from the North
to teach in the scho'ol.' The trnstees
ver~y properly dleclin~ed accedinig to his
impn~tdentt sutgges~tioni, antho li.Journaul
and Review' strongly enldorises this
actioni. It. seems that bothi these teach
ers are bitter Northeiners and that
they hiave fregnenitly maligned and
slandered then goiod people of Aikeni.
Miss Schoel palrticularly seenms to
have busied herself iln abusinmg those
froim whiose money Ahe hats earnedI her
bread~l. It sems to us it is about tume
for the S$te to be id ri- such crea
ture There is ,abundanti, material
t)aong on :1Gwnt ipeople from w hich to
mn.!e I4mA schl-:iteach~ers, and until
thmt mtia ijl is exhanisl ed we see no
dse in senIdinig to the North for parties
who dhevote imuch of their tinme In
writing base libels on our people.
We think the Aiken trustees would do
a good wo)rk to get rid of both Mr. Ro
denbach aind hMiss Mtartha Schotieid.
--The rep~ort on color-blindlness r
ently presented to the English Oph-.
thalmolIogical Society on mnore than
eighteen thonsand personms suffer'ing
from it., w ho have bieen examined, con
tans mnany enrious and suggestive
facts. For instance, color-blind mens
are nsearly five per cent. of the male
poptulationi, while the percentage
amtong womian is hardly one-haif per
centt. Another result of the investiga
tion is that there is an unusually large
*proportion of color-blinid persons
among the Society of Frienads.:
--ray your snbeerIption.
'THE 0E110 CAMPAIGa.
,What aW4dltower of the -Grant Caug
Thinks-A Vioad Iht.
Diigpatch " the PhilIdelplaaTIines.
*A4,1NGThN, Auguiet 14.-dColonel
& .CC. Caimpbellta prominent 'aIvyer
O'Cluelfinati, and only Grant dole
.gate senb6orn Ohio to (he Ohiango
'onvenltlo1 Wft in Washington yes
1erday en roffte 4o .New York, and
while here was ittevuiewed by .your.
correspondent with regard to ihe
political situation in Ohio. - Campbell
represents the at iwart -fhetion of the
Ohio tepublican party. and Is usually
outspoken ou.ublic atairs. .Ie says
the result of the 6iection 4n'Oldo tliis
fItl-*'l-be.a victory.for tho adinils.
tration, but it will be 'a close --shave,
and R1epubhcan success will only be
achieved because of the atteuipted
assassination-of the.President. :That
act, he says has united the Repubil.
canls of the State to a certain extent
and will elect Foster. Were it not for
that4he Democrats would be success..
ful. 'The'Colonel gives as his reasons C
for this belief that -the stalwart Cle t
iment of the party is dissatisged % ith e
the adminMytvation reatminit of'COfik- 1
ling and the men who stood by 'Grant I
at Chicago. lie says: "Now sympa. l
thy with Garfield will bring out the (
ftepublcani.oto, but had it not been 0
for Guiteau's crime we 'would have v
shown the administration what we t
thought of its treatment of the men
who wrested victory. from defeat last
fall." Speaking of The - manner ai i
.whieh the Ohio R C p 1 b 0 i o a urn
;are making the ilght (his fall
Campbell sold: ""Somebody has
ifluenced Hayes to his wife, erstwhile
thergreat temperance reformer, aty!'
order to prevent Republicians .from
vothwg-the temperance ticket this year
the.peofle .,are voth'gTer Garfeld or
Guau. 'This is the mot '-blatfatit
demagogism ever known. and vet such
papers as the Cincinnati Coimereial
are giving it ill the promiinence they
can." lie tIhought.if the President re
covered tffielentl-y before the close of
tle campaign to make a visit honme,
they would induce hii to colie out to
Ohio for the purpose of workiig up
'Republican followiig, Should the A
President die aid AIthur succeed him,
he believed the Sttte woubt go to the
Democrats by dethult, as the present
'Federal ofllbelolders, feeling that un
(er. the new regime they would all be
turned out, would not work in the
THE ELECTORAL COAthWISSI1N.
'Its Secret nistory Likely to be Sooner or
From the I thil linrald.
It is a current beliefthat the electoral
comlinission,, by whose 1ibini Vole the Z
Presiiene was stolen froil the people
hanat-secret historv. There exists om
pie gr(nd irlyr theibelief that at one
timei the Relimblican justices inl the
body had dccided to throw out the
vote of Florida-entirely, and that one C
of them (Bradley) reached (lie deter
minaifitioln to vote to give it to Tiltlen
1m IlendiMks. 'it has been generally
understood that Bradley assired J ui
tice Cliford of his iltentionl to do this.
Our readers, or some 01of them, m1Y re
memiber that, aftler tie arguments, and
llefore aiy-vote: had l een taken, ru
mors appeed in -Washiington corre
spondence to the effect that Bradilev
had colfessed to Cliffowd, the justice
of the Democratic position, and(] stated
that lie would vote to declare TIilen
elected. The rep~ort went so) fari as to ]
assert that Bradley had written out
his op)1inion, and wvould~ present it
when he voted With the D~emocrats.
.As soon1 asthese stories leaked out -]
lhe eminent Rhepublicanis who were J
engineering the steal v'isited Bradllev s8
en masse. The result of their pbersua
sioni we know. Bradlev tore up his
old opinion and wrot'e aniothier, in
which hie sprung his historic "'aliunde"''
upon01 the publlic. As we have said. all n
(his has been a part of understood his
tory for years, but it has never been
given the weight of authoritative state
mxent. A t last we are promised proofs
which, although posthiumious. will
generally be acceptedl as plositive.
Governor Crittenden, of' Missouri,
savrs that Justice -Clifford told him
several years -agro that he had prepaired
a comlilete and'detailed hisrory of the
proceedings of' (lie electoral 'commis
sionl, andc that it would be p~ublishied
after his death, unless his wife dlecid
ed other'wise. Thme justice further
more hinted that when the hiistory'
wah pu~blished developments wvould b'e4
maide of a startlig nature and( damaitg
Iing to replutat ions nowi good.
From another source comies the later
statemnit that the volume wiill very
soon1 be given to the public, and1( tha't
Bradley's diuplicitv ywill not onmly be
prIoved, but accouited f'or. We await
(lie aippearanice otf (lie history with itn
terest, The people4cannjo~t kniow too)
much of the inner hiistoiry of the fraud.
TRICKs WIT h TIHE TILEPHLONE.
Hlow alian Flood was Caught. and Subs.
From the San Franetsco Examiner.
Thley. wuere a party of smnartly dr'ess
ed stock gamblers, seated at the rounld
table ini thme Occidental r'estaluranlt, anid 1
all of' themi inclined to be connnilunica
"Say, have you heard that story'
about Flood's telephone?"' .said onme,
"No; let's have it."
"'Well, wait till I finish this5 fricant
deau. Now, till listeinig? You see
these telephone wires can't. be comn
neiCted with like or'diniaryv telegraph)1,
(I don't unlders5tand~ the prilnciple mu
self,) but at any i-ate, ini order- to ste'al
a messaige you've got to cut tile wirei
and commect with bothi endsk. Thiat's
wvhat they dlid wvithl Food's, ad thier
followedO~ upl his oi'ders to) his brloke'r
until they- wvere a good ways ahead."''
"'Well, neerCI nintd that1. Wait till
1l'm through with lthle sioirv. Priesent
ly old1 Flood diiscoveredC tihat when lhe
stave his brokers ord(er8 h)v tei(lpone i
to buy otheri parties got i considerani
bly' ahead of' him . ie ivest igated, I
and it wvas julst the same11 wheni lie e
order'edi a salIe. Did heo '.lit tihe!!? 1
Oh, no; lie just hired a man to look II
after (lint wirec, and the detective trac
ed It to wi'hereo it was cut ini the moidl -0
anid the t wo end(s brought down into
a certaini place, so that every imessaire
had to lie tr'ansmiittedl t wice each w av'.
''Well, what could lie do( about i't?"
Waitand( you'll see ; donm't be lin
patient. lIe just heeled thait fellowr to e
say nlothinig about it, amid, privately, e
lie gave hia broker ord(ers to rev'erse '
all istructionts. For instance, it' he
ordered thirity Mexicant bought, to sell
I"Well, of course, it wasn't long until
b le got his mioney baick."
"Of cosIe not, and all thie smart
'I s that so? Who told you?"
"tic did himself; but 'don't give it
-The camnp moeting dlit Ebenezer,'
Tewborry- county, wras held last week.
u Sinday the crowd was estiniated
xt three thousand or three thousand
ve hundred. Otlt of thi4 tiumber the
lem/dd seriousiv doubts if thoretwere
wo hu1ndred really lnte I in tho
eliglots 'eature of' the dlay. Teqthe
fre t-inass Itivas lothilug Uw0r thain a
>icnie On a big scale.
-Jkiiei Mflarei' .,6f Satnu
on of Mr. . 'D. Mil.e, Ia- lad* t'
,wclve or fotltteenl yeat- ot-age, while
arelessly hanidlint a shotgnii on last
lriday ight, accidentaly shot Eddio
iuzinner, a son of 'Mr. . - J. Sutuner,
HIttl boy of about the 6:uie age, who.
lied from Ole effects ofr the0 Wound at
bree o'clock Saiurday. An inquest.
vas held over the body, and the jurv's
!Cidict was t1hat the killing was ac'i.
-The Dorn gold mine is being
vorked with satlsfactory results. 4'-e..
vntly Improved m heliinev has beei
mnt up at this mine, and 'since then1
ver three hiidred dollars a week liI
he pre6ious ore has been realized.
udgo Cothran, anenit for tlhei owner
*tthe fniies, was t tere a few davs aro
iid bron ght back two pieces ol' gold
bout the size of brickbats. The
'reenwood and Augusta Railroadwti
stablish a depot'at tiiei ines, and this
Ill become a considerable centre for
-Aver's Pills are a genvral favorite,
Ceause ot' thm powerftl yet geitle
peration. Aledical inen p'rel'r titem
mr nieryons or"delicste colsitttions."'
NICE LOT OF NCRTHERPN
FINE LOT OF NEW IRISH
NEW SUPPLY of MACKEREL
-THIS YEAR'S CATCH.
EW FLOURI and FIES1I BOLTED
MEAL-JUST COME IN.
ALL SOON AND GET THE
W. H. Donly.
'A1RM WA GONS.
'N c'onnection withi the 'luggy andU
- pvng Wngoni busines is, I hatve for
le the well-known
turm Wangon. My one.hIoise wagons nre
mu1pled theo same121 as a two-1 orsec wonzI
ure front bonida and rocking bolster.I
'arrante~d for twelve mionths.I
Opp. Duntlevy & Fanit
a p 281 *CkiE s
TEXT THIRTY DAYS I INTEND
TO SELL MY
INTIRE SUMMER STOCK OUT
DOST, FOR CM I,
E~A ItS for the YiILLION !
00 CIiIUSi ]BAL.'AM~ of Sli1.l1K', OiL
Osit ively ltestores t he. nien rincgc a nd i li e only3
Absolute Cure' for D)(afne'ss Known.
This lii li e aed fromu a peculiar
p)ecies of 822nal1 \u nrr' SniAIIx, ennuh t4I in
be. Yellow Ben, k nowni as Care/a rod on
fondeleti. Every Chines~e fishesrmain
neows it. It1 viitues's al 1 resHtorat ive of
enring were disonvered by l'iuddlhist
'riest atbouit the yea.r 111l1. It's eur.'er
0 numeiitrouis 1an1. manty 21o'seem1inrly mi..:
aucitul, that tho remeudy was olilly
*roclaimeiid over the ent ire Emupire. Its~
8e becamoi so0 uniiversaol thtat for over 3001
ears rio deafness hius existe'd amlong the
hines stope Set, chargent prepaid,
5 an*a rs atsipr ho'tle.
onily imuporteti by H AY LOCK At CO.,
olo Agents for Americ't. 7 Dey St., New York.
Its virtues are unfquestiionlnble' and it.,
uurativo chiariactor abso4luit", ats I twriter
an rrsonI.dly testify. both1 fromn experi
nlee anid observation.
Among the mniy reiaders of ti.e Ik'ies 1
r 01n0 part iand anothier oft thc couintry, it
I probable tht~ num bers are amficted with
t'nfness, and to aueh it may be 81aid:
Write at once to finylook & Co., 7 Dvo
treet, Newv York, enolosing $1, and y on
til receive by retuarn a reonedy that will
nable you to heer like an ybody elsea, an ;
hotse curative effects wil f be permaiunent,
ou .wll never regret doing so. "-- )'.ilior
No 1)880ER IN T'AtINO hAY APP.it l.t'rn
Pitzr.s.-They are hatrmless to the most 1ei1t4 U
porsof, but so penelratilng ihat they clort ho
OVsWnt f nl iopurities, illd gently tcelte the
liver to !eJil hy nct lon. Price 15 cents per box.
Bold b! ill druggists in this county.
8tLMA, AA.. Apr1 8. 18'1
Wr.I. PNOoodwin, Agent-Dear Sir: I tWo
piensure itt slating tba I have utised your MeIt
iated Stock-1' ced oh 'Ve roor Cow. with
r rent success, lt . qks' h better tioW,i
gives a great dti mltho n\Ii . nod Is much flu.
erlor. I therefore tecenie nerd this medIlIne
to all whoNvish to 1 love thir' stock, entio
mind hort's. as It Is tiuly whatt It is repi ese ntied
to be. VVery repectfully, A. KAYSElt.
E'JFAV'LA. ALA., JuIy,44H3.
Mr. Shoenkid : I tlmd one siek of'yO:tr Stock
Feed on ey ey, withit very satiietry to
Ulti. She hiPd reetotly dropped her cal.' id
vas iln i poor ContlIot, find by the ts* of votir
iock Feed $he was rpidl; diproved in ite5h
Ind milk. Very respectfullv
upo. if. Dmk.
Sbid by the druggistsor thIs county.
)r,. A. It. Norton. of Snvannah, writes: 'I Iw
mtre you It affords uI pleIlsure to give' lly Rip
r oval mid certileAte in favor of your * Lung
0g(brer. littving glyen it a fair trial ti a num.
her of efses where it proved sut'ie4s In the
reattilent, (if Ultonelit Is anI (ItM'ianhlptioln.
[Ltve years ago rey wife wa- far gointe l Con
tuitption. sie 1had been contin< d to her bed fihe
tenter itrt of the time, for sIx mot is with
flecie Fever ever.V day andt .I hnd but little
tope's of ijer. recovery. but by perseve ran1Ce
ihl I Ie blessIngs of God, her it'ng are now
ierfectly soittid. I gave her Ito other i.ung
iedIciie thi yOttrsn ai ohtHcoyi 'lsyrup I tliake.
'nave generaly given then tetietht'r [s I hhive
trong fait in botli. -1 succeered In eurinen
utitber of hopeless casies and ritard 'BrewkrS
ing Itestorer as a valuntile pIeparation.
'lease send ine pet express tiriee dozent2 11 1in1m
iearly ottt. Send ))Il of antelt and I will remit
rotyt ty. Wishitg you good success, I remain,
A It. NORTON. M. D.,
'orner West Broad aud JiaTrrs Sts., SavnIamh,
'Messrs. I.atar. ltankin & I.nma'. G'ttlemen:
-tone botttlo or Brewer's ~lttng lteslorer eured
ne of Uroneligis it at meek's Itine. I iiIll wat:
k few tItore hot ties SCOtt. I inttli'ceing It it
nly hot]-.( a11 1 he int, as I Considtcer It, a valtt
ile Inledline. You-s rte peet' fully,
Sold by t-ho rI)gglts of tilsvotity.
CoI(3tBv;8. (., A pril 1, 148.
Dr.C. .J. Moffett--Iwrr Nir-'q-y wife tind' my
if are satilsIled 111 the life of 42u1r Iee Ithting
mbt% wIs lsaved b3 the use of yotir Tethtiq
reel hin tag Powdlers. N hen other rem1edls h11
.Ilbal tl relieve hi1in. I' hace bcei del,'fied
i' s.pee1d maie m)anent yie' o aiin oitn(pe (oif
ue chitiren froa mrere ateek ft l ('hA'ra Moritn.
t hina is inline.i'e to (13, u (and shoittdi, 1
ept by 1111 l arntts liiving snial1 childretn.
Foretant EltigllI(r-Stn .
FTIS A WEI,L KNoWN FACT
,)long Ihysiln ti that Itelt Jiuilper and
"I WIravai in comlilatill ari"! the best
'm11144's In the world for disea20 af the ill adu
'r or Kidneys. atiI ilat not less (il1.1a one-hialf
r itheliuttm'int finilly. lioth triale and felnale.
Iti r frola der'iagele 0o. Iite Irtralls and
"il'eet ort fial to .it,' proler reniedles hltrry
Ianny ti) untimE(ly raves. Nuert ous L Iamlil
altmos h:lve be-en t ied-f for (ivel, BrIek Dunst.
Wl)Ait S, Ight''a 1:8'. Weaknless In linl-k'
ud 11111, proditeed by dlratn tii of Illatidlei
fii nn614y4. ht, ti onle wIt h -,e h .011y e ut
021 ikn's Extriaet ol d!.alih'tit tlit'iper. If
oiifo rila.%- dWia , of t hose- -.Yrgans,
'1 it Utile--one (. two --% il rl'Ul-ve vati.
Prele-t'd only b 111 111t Inkin & L.Cmarl,
tirygists, Atlanta, Ga., atd for sale by il
TEsTIMOSI' OF DItUGG ISTS.
We -ave bi'etn sllag "Swilt's SIYhll li te Sil
lile" for . 1 ev.4. 21 f igatd It tart' sulaperrlol' 1o
Vt homg ke w' .' t a li-ne-'. for t lilt d-. I.tS I
're' oiion'ided if) :ure. We have never known
.1J. CAKS1 L.T tisil' G.
L.. le 0 It:I: ..01, . Forsy I h. Ga.
I l'N'T. I1ANIN x LANIA It. Atlntn. O.
PEMIDI'TON. sAM U'.S &'IETNOhDs, At.
ATI..NT.%. WA.. Jelly 1. 17-1.
We h~ve iensttaungj. '.Swvlt's -$Iyi1 hi li Spe
lile" intIlt 'elireatit oh c'onviea1t21 for' ihe last
I'lar, 01211 belieOalt.iin -thte Vn/y c'ertaint knorrnt
-m2d!/ t htat, w-ilI 'ettt ai per.naenta~ e're of dlc
(OItANT. A..-'XA ND)ER t
Wlill be' pauid to ' any' (ben:1st whio will anel, 02n
11138 lyri i n' h undeI,' Imdlla of 8. H. 8 , one
atic :leorfi inCeury,10-i1~.0 liOtaa1Sltin, oa' i ny
lneral seust an-,
IilE SIFTI $l'ECCIIC C:OMPANY,. i'rnpie
11s Atllatn10. (ta.
8o1la i ll 1tigglsts
(-aol 1(or a copy-'of 'Yuotng Men's FrIend,"
Defectivye Watch Cases are 0110 of thie Chief
aises of so llnnly Watchmes 1not, beitg gaoo
ten pieces. Th'ie cases beIng IhItn and1( not1 1t
Itg well. adtnlit'dut snd dlrt. to the pt ve
laent, wIch soon l0U31rierets w'aith tile runntting
arts of (the watcht lecestattig eleaninlg, t.
leIring, &e., aniil tile amount10 ihus pald ot if
.ppl~lid townl id buyinlg a good calea in i'. b"
intinog, woulid iago anved all tils troubhle' and
.ul)Cense. We have recently3 sceln n ('nse tilit
leetIs all theuse ririnntiOs, it Intiniig b-eet
arit' for oivtt twenty yea rs 11n21 stIll renmtin s
erfect.. We refer 10 the JAS. 11OSS' Pttent
2Iit|eed Gold1( Case, wiI'h 1h22 bieome one
I laO sitale lriles of the Jewelry trade.
ossessinig as It dtoes so0 manyl3 advata~ges over
II oither wvatch casesa- beling matide ef tw o
t'avy plaIi~tes of solid gold ove'ar a plate1 of coti
oslition. A 11d we ddv'aise 2all (ur rea~ders' to 11sk
he(ir1 JewetI't ler i or cad ori enttalge I ta, wIlt
Xlin~ t' manner inl wh ileh tey are' malie.
Itlls thte 01n13 Stlflened Clta made(1 withI two
10 tes of gold,1 SeilaSlif p intlns, andl cent le,
olId joits, crownt plleces, ae'., til (If wIch arme
tlveed by1. let-s pattent.. 'IlTtrefore bu, no
55C forei( (0on(11ul1t1 it Jeweilr wh'oi kCIelps thle
I AS. IlOSS' P~atent SIii'ieed Goldt Case, I hat
'Ott maiy learn tihe dltff'eee between It and1
ii ilittions011 tht ('laim to be ('(120113 gootd.
For salie 2by 1al1 r'espoile~ JIEweers. Ask to
IC thle warranl tt thait accoItlpaiest~' ('achi CasIe,
11d don't het ipersuadedCI that any13 tot' mnllke of
as0 Is as good.1 tap 1.
IS called to my fresh and welb.
elcted stock of
Ii hit . juist op)onCa ai splenidid as-.
or'tmen~l t of -
>f firs tiuaity and full weighlt.
O)B1NSON'S IMP'ORTED OAT..
Conde'nsed Milk, "Ocean Gemt"
Umacl:erecl in 5l lb. cans11.
n1 builk, ats- goodi as8 pac(kages, and
t pltabltllo hocveirago for invalids as
v'ell as perfSsons in) health, aind highly
-ecommellnned by physicians aIs at
iot for childr'on.
I .DO NOT closo at six o'clock. A
haro of the pulbliO paltron~ago is
Rt. lY. E(11EV4
WHT TE* IELD8
THR'E -MONTHS' CEDIT.
LUDiEN & BATES'
specia1 Summer Ofer
FOR AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER.
A Little CasI Now and 4he 'Xtlatice
When Cotton'Comies In.
During the months of August and Sep.
tember, wo offer Pianos and Organs at
LOWEST CASH IATEH, payable
625 CASH ON A P-IANO.
810 CASH ON AN OlGAN,
and the balance in three months teilhotd
inirest. This offek -expires October let,
next. Buy now, ald bWy as cheap as you
cn next. Fall with cash in hand. Nothing
gained by waiting. Prices will be higher.
Another boam is close at hand. Mann1.
Iteturers will not, be able to half supply
the denitnd. and Instruments will bo
scarce und high.
WARERCOMS CHlOU A B3LOCK
Now, with a mahificent stoek-oll from e
Ald and standard makers. Prices the
I .west. Terns the easiest. Two hundred
lustrumiemts to selet from. test \aInkers
aly. Our very Cheapest Instrulments are
perfectly reliable. Piainos an-1 Organs
wnt on fift -en days test trial. It's 1n1 we
ask. Give us the privilege and we vill be
happy. 18end for latest price list, and
>blig.e, yours truly,
audden % latets,
rhe Great Piano anid Orga' Dealers ot the
utRh.. aug 9
LAGER BEE1R IN BOT TLES.
IROBERT PORtTNE 'S
LAGER BEER IN BOTTLES.
LAGER BEER IN BOTTLES.
BERGNER~ & ENGtEL'S LAGER
BEER IN BOTTLES AND ON
ROBT. SMITH'S JNDIAN PALE s
ALE IN BOTTLES.
RO.BT. SMIT H'S INDIAN PALE
ALE IN BOTTLE~S.
LAGER BEER INBfOTTLES.
ROSS' ROYAL BELFAST
GINGER ALE IN BOTTLES
CANTDELL & COCHRANE'S
GINGER ALE IN BOTTj.ES.
flBRREL BEST CIDEtR PUT ON
A PPLICATVION FORL CHARIT'riR,
1%OTlICE Is boreby given that appliea
.N tioni will be made to the Lecgisla
ture of the Stte of South 'tarolitna, at its
next H' ssion, for a charter to cilnstruct
a railroad f romi some isoint Of! the0 Chnr.
l'ntt o, f'olumia and Augus.a ]niiroad,
between Coltuimbia arid Wilnus 1)ro, to
some p)oint eaht of OCamden, 8. C., by way
of Camdetn, S. C..(
Aug, 'A,188L. W. A. ANCIIUM, S
J. T. B AY,.
I-As JUST-. ite VED A #12l LH4 OF OANI dCoDs QONSIST
LOBS't ElS, IAOI,
'dREEN PEAS, TICULESt
FINE-FRESH CIDER A4P VINGOAkIR.
4UTM EGS, ESSENCE AND EXTRACTS OF LEMON AiD vANHNl ,
1YNE TABLT'SALT, VERY FINE MOLASSS
FLOUR, MEAL, SOAP, AND A LL
GENERALLY SOLD IN A GROOERY StOSR.
a='L~s aa-ra im Ac r
ilE CIURLOTTE FEMALE INSTITIT4
REV. WM, R. ATKINSON, PRINCIPAL
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
tFron\ GEN. J. D. KENNEDY, Lieuten it-Governor of South Carolina.]
CAMDEN. S. C., December 17th, '1880.
As a patron of the Charlotle Female Institute it affords me pleat'ure to testify to .ls
0t6oughn management of every department of it. This knowledge is derived from:
isit to and inspection of the ins(itute. Strict attention is .paid not only to the ed -
Ation but health and comfort of its pupils. Its ho'melike air impressed me moa
rvorably. The 1Rev. Mr. Atkinson, with the aid of his able a'nd accoplished corbs
r assistants, presents every inducemrent to parents who liave da ghtcri to educate. I
&tMI coutin-.u to -atronize the schooL 1). KENNEDY.
(From Pnor. J, R. LATIMEn, PH. D., pf Davidson College.]
I can teetify to the success the Charlotte Female ins19dW has atiairied #Wder the
irection of Mr. Atkinson, who has in the three -ears that he has been prineioi
used this school to the highest place anong our edueational institutions H6 -'
ared neither care nor expense in securing the services of the most acoom lishe
rid expierienced teachers, and in making the institute a ciomfortable and plesant
otue for its pupils. No patron has ever visited the school without being more thani
ver pleased with the arrangements for the N elfare of his daughters. From being
r, sent at asome of its examinations and pt rsonally inspect.ng the work of the pu lhai
1iron, I know that the instruction is thorough and of a %ery high grade.. 'r.
idez, the Proftssor ol Miu-ic, is itgardec by his pupils, many of W in aie amateur
dcly musicians, graduates in music at other institutions, as the inost .dvanced and
,complished teacher of music that ha ever nume Suth. J-. F\ LATIMEIt. -
SessIon begins September 7, 1881. ~ Terms- $125.00' per half session, Ilclding
VUItY EXPkNSE to which the pupil is put, except for private lessioris in muisic.
THE "QUEEN. BESS" CORSET.
Th "i -QUEEN BE8.6" Corset and Skht Si porter is by far the most comfortable
ver introduzed. It it arfect-litting cori+ , and hase new and Improved shoulder
traps, esily ajusted t1) nny desired leng-h It also has the immensly oplar
'ATENT CLOTH STE!'L% PRtOTE' TOIt, nI i6h not only preve ntA the stee froni
tnting, but also rehdors it intpesnible to bre.ak the clasps. WArrAnted in every par.
oular. FOR SALE ONLY by
.uay 26 J. M. BEATY & Cds
l'O THE LA DIES OF FAIR FIEL) (0 UNT .
IIAVE Juist opened and hh1V4J how ready for your ins tion ott011 of thid
irg at and best selected stocks of MILLIRRRT7, FANC GOODS AND
mriONS ever brought to. tis place.
MIRS. BOAG, with the assistance of her new nillinei, MISS BLACI of
altimnor'e, intends 811ring no pains in these departments, and Will repJ4onish
nd keep then full during the season.
A FULL LINE OF1 DRESS GOODS 1tBittons And trimmings to intth. The
est and cheapest line of CORSETS. lso a lot of Lifiti Ulsters and Undoki
D AVIS VE RTICAL FEED.
VIE bet in the mar ket for plain or heat.V and fino famly~ abwing ON42
'VIIOUSAND) DOLLA R itE WA Hb to any one who cant coim ete Wtth
t-1both as ,a mnachic and the range of wvork it turuns out. Warrantoto weaf'
vl ny of he f esos nacimon onl the mnarke6. T wo hmndred of-thes~ Maa
.At--O I Z N TOCENEJ
A efline lot of' Planting Potu.toes thri6n Sets, deeds, Cvrti Oats, Cheesed
~reera, Cakes, (andlesa, ian(,I lour1 Mona, Hlafns; Smubkh g anid Chewing'
obacc~o, Cigars, I3edst'lfad1 MaIittresses. febQs, Safies, Chatirs, etc.
To'( arrIve 16,000 eet of' 4ood Asorted Lumnbor.
o9 ' , ofall kinds, Millinery, etc., low dowu to make.fog (q$ new