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Tna Eriv rai!roal compaily will
soon !Ave a b'g,1,w suit to initerest it.
Ett ish o derm bondholdes,'
aR1 Ihbatt to sue for .$2,000,000 unac
'VntE New York Ierol pays its
?lnInnagiing editor $20.000 a year, and
o-hers -410,000. 'Whlen Ithey have
ser-vUd the pauer long and ftihtlitily,
and are incapacitated, they are retired
on a ife pensioh.
TioE phosphate businmessof thia-State I
'has become a-very importamt one. Inl
-1867 the shipment of c-ude rock
amounted to only six tonls, in 1881 to
three hundred thousand. In addition
to this there are In Charleston thirteen
factories ftor preparing the crude rock
.lbr .fertilizing.purposes which ship an
,nnally ninety thousand tons.
THE Georgia Legislal ure seems to be
a .slow-myovinig body. The Atlanta
Constitution says: "Tihe Legislatire I
has been In session forty days. The
penitentiary matter, the Capitol ques- I
tion, the temperance question, the
itsury question, the educational ques- ]
itioii, the lunatic asylum appropriation,
the fish hatching establishment, the
Cole charter, the general railroad law,;
the railroad tax law, the railroad com- 1
mission law-these aro yet unsettled
matters. The fact Is, no single meas
ure of importance has yet been coni
A NEW aspect of the President's ease
is that which shows that his mind is
seriously affected. From all accounts
his mental ftaculties have at last sue
cumbed to the combined attacks of the
wound, disease and conseqmint weak
mess. It is said that "lie is unable% to t
grasp what, is going on around him ;
his mind is wandering and lie is onle
occasonally in tie eiijovnent of Il id
intervals; he is unable to put his hand
to a pen; his nerves are all ?rone.
Under such eirenmstnecs it becomes
a serious questioi whether the "disai- p
bility" comitemplated in ille Constitu
ii m d es .P . exist. I1 it does, it is
M Ar br' atIr ill olive it) Iam l-sum
lite (rli. the coumitry is 110W without it
bENATOn B-c, of Keitticky, has
recently giveni to a reporter his viewst
as to tOhe conmse that should he purt
S ued by tle Democrats inn case of the
P-e.idemut's deatl. Ins follows: "It
wo I d he at time wheln huve of contnli-t yI
se ni-c itabove all par y quertioni
A,; to iny own course, I would be in
Flavor (f 1,lsinlelt coinserviative lepublicain ,
say l''nury U. Anilhonyv. of' ilhode Is
anmd, for iihe lbositIlin of' lresidenit pro
-. -ll l ani couelieincyi
- e a iti i a
'lTei('' nruts it omi th Pre1itsident m-ne
by no in iin em:couiraing. Tine teli'.
'raluns of m Wt iiesdlay stated thatt hei
11md s)w'ut it Im'ore re'tretshiing and1( saiti
fuerorv iiight itan at mciy timne during
the' week pamst. Earily in the nmorininig
he expressed'( a diesirei for tibod, amnd I
t.>ok. wIth imrieint. relish, about. fomr
(nne hes oft bee'f exltrazct. Th'Ie wvound at
thle morn Iing dIressinhg in-eseinted a
heialthy aippeartnce, anmd Its ctmuition
w.as in every Way sat Islactory. Thein
glandular i nflamat lin seemedci to have
un ldergone some i clha nge sinmce thle pire
vious dayv-beinig soItter to tine toucih
set in. At the nooni consultat ion it
.was decided to make an incisioun, and
soon after the inooni bulletInn was issued
Dr. Hlamilton cut into the swelline on
thne right side of' the facee, below a:ind ini
front of the ear, anid set free a small
quanitity of healthy pus. After t his
ope'rati on the paltienit's lnee rose to
11.5, but afterwards fellI to its former'
state-1041. The enin g examninintion
showed a slightly' higher putlse anid
temipe raturec than at then correspondhing
houir the previous iiight, bunt in other re
spectsthle conidition of'thle patilent wvas
Atnichanged. The feelling itt the close of
,the day was one otgeineral annxiety, and
the outloo~k wuas extremely gloon'y.
The telegr'ams o1f TIhitrsdiay (do not
give any grou nd for hnope, but are, if'
aniythin ig in tene mtore detsponident thaon
before. Thecre has been no dlii nn
tion oft Ine glamndular' swelli ngs, aiid no
gain of' strenngthI. A t thne eveniing bul..
let in tine Piresidennt's punlse wats 112,
temnpe.ratur'e 99.8 and( respira tion 19.
Altogeliher, thoughn the hbuIllltins rep
r'esent his condition as the samec as tine
dlay befor'e, hec seems to have lost some
gr'ounid, 1 r, Towinshend, thie I lealthn
Ofileer of lie inist rict. of' Colummbhia,
a1Id lon Mniiihiy, tine 22nd1( int. 'q The
Iic eal i~ l i n. aa .gn
itin e resiult oft )y(onmia atnd mao
liia~. Th'le t imoe lhe fixes for lie eind is
lhat at whIichi Ihe next relaipse Is likely
.Me-.ns. Wtil'h ins k Ruitle'due.Gr~neen
OiiE- -' '.- ina m men: Th~e iaino
111'C.OIlMA 1, N8TITtTE,
31inveof Sae -' hurd Weuk- Three tuandred
a dJ Twent y fve tudinto Enrolled -What
They are Learulng.
'0a4H PI)ND5NCR OF TaA NOWS AND HERIALD.)
G1: a, 1. . Augu t 20.-Tho con
Alusion? (. the third week's exercises
>t the Normnal Instittite .has been
ieached, and tle- pleasailtt 'aliticipa
tions of Its frienlds 66e " b "etitore
:han realized. The roll to-day Alow.
ad three hlundred atid twenty-flve
'tudenllat. while the atteAdantco av'er
iges about two-hindre ad fif'tly ex.
?Cc(linig this inmber on pleasLtnt (is.
Venllior's (ledictiol that a cold polar
Vave we uld strike the- country
>n thle 15th, was partiailly realized
a(. reenaville. A refreshing show
r cleared up the ., dust, and
he weather for the next; five da s
vas all that could be desireA
ro-day it has been sultry, ad the indi
:Ationas are that showears anld warm
veather will alternate for the rest of
)l sessioi. Work progre'ses 'satis
'actorily, and is beoming more and
anore interesting as tle lecturers got
leeper into theiesubjects. Prof. Soldan
mmn delivered ie veral lessons ot ' read
ng inl which le has utterly delmollsh
d the old "a1., 1), c" method for be
riners. 'rakihg up the bifierud.t.
nuodes of inst ruction, le recoiummeaads
or our teachers, with the text books
hey now have, tle adoption of *the
vord muethod with some inodifications.
3y the f*id of a reading chart, costing
maly a flew dolh1irs, children ean be
aught reading without tears i 0110
lird th time required by the old
net hod. lie inakes this .isually
lifficult and irksome task pleasant. an
iaiple, and any teacer Wh has been
'ortulate enloughi to alteand his lectuo'ke
an adopt Ihae Inethod without -ntch
rouble. Tle rest of thae sesslon he
Vill devote to inastruction in hiIher
radiiales of readinag.
Mr. Kyser tais completed his course
fi pnanliaaaaslip. Illis mnetlud is very
:ood. and it. is a pity that insufleient
coatinothittions preveated Iis pupils
oai puliing priniaples ito practice.
Professor Judsoa, at tie request of
Ie, FuteiltV. has delivered several
-eay inasruct ive lessos on A lgebra,
11 w licha le demaolishes a an unaber of,
Lelinaitions uponl which old teachers
.tid much1111 stress.
The course of' mathematics hans run
a4otly% alonag iaader the re .gualara
(.hrlers. Mir. Itietnaatma has (11110 a
O( dahl to naravel the touiti web of
a aellaatiOn aid percetange. The
bass has also beena taken through
aithods, ol teachiag tiae four funada
iewal ru11Le. anld will ]text discuiss
nitctio. $ and several other p.>Its.
Mu1-0 and caisthelies divide. lane,
a1ui it is harad to sa v hi is most
ojoycd. Nl iS Jtudsoa is one of the
as enlist heic tealahers in he SoitIi,
ad ably repres;ents the itir sex ill the
trulty . Sie has ai extra class in the
It e a'llt-011.
Mr. Perrii and Mr. Archer alter
male. The fioraer has I een engaged
aa itap-draiwiag dtiaaL the past week,
vhile 1t latter still give. instructive
alks oal spelliaag 1ad pIloull(lintionI.
I'lais lhatter poilt gives rise tI , on
iderable discussion oide of school,
amd( we are al bIecoaninag quite critical.
Dr a. J oyanec cma itiues hais chatainlg
huwit us t hat l~rrrlish-laumna r 's anot
he arlit It spealk inag and~a iwriinag thea
Gnl ishalaa liangug ecorrecaI v. as unu15111ra
Sher bi lanela-s of knaowle'lge aissisi in
'oa rleti a or ~ aialhag. A.~gaain lhe
Cehyt. cel t aii idliaams Ilamt gamaat
is i.iiud ( oealiei . shouwimar that "'It
ine' is arpited lby *amost tall Ihle
:atinag aitutis o' thae Eau li.,h Lana-.
a: ye.::nil at i i s .ait to bei l~io iaa
tow. Y'et a cluose .ad ob--aerver 'e
il)s t lnaa I ir. ,loviges is tIIlwl\ s iaa
a'r'alateil by the hg tI hli-e hae tells
a n hte r lhe thilaself' would say "'It
.a te.'' tie tigueastlit 011 is I'' haas
u.hian ar to dho n Iah '-lI ais ame.'" fThe
'a thr is ta aloubt ed ly 'or'rect. Th~le
at er aanny he laOtd ailso, if lan
una~g~ae hoos es, w itat excludiaag thea
Or'a~ine. Againaa, "Thec younagest of' thea
wos" is bet ter' la Ia ''1the you ager' of
heo two."' The suerlat ive is thea
legree' a o isionaa (thlis is uyv waorad],
h e ci-.anama aive otf exelutsiona. We'( enn I
lay "yoinager thau,"' bt we .shiouldh
liot say~ **tta yanager o1'' bec ase -.ot"
i'anales that boujth arae inc'hledl ina the
*i.aana eleagory. Thaereaf'ore use thle
- peralatIive. I n islh I hade timeaa to give
i tutlir arport ofI hais lacaurecs. Th'ley
tre ba autilid,z aa;I scharaly iln a baigla
.I ama praeventIed by' a clash of' classes
1(ro1ln aanding lessonas in aahea lan-i
!tuages andaalphy scalh geo)gaphylla, but
the inasl rtaeltion i athese is, of' courase,
af a higha rder'.
A leater woulmd beL iincomplete with
auit ltuenltiona of thle Ilhr'e lettweaas de
liver'ed lay I)a. Winla. T'. 1 tarr'is, thae
111latoar all thle A pplelon1 llenaders. lie
wvas with us ona Tuesay an ad Wednaes.,
ity, liand del ivered Iwo.4 talks at the
Inast itte anld oneo ina thec Opera I Iouse.
Ito dwelt oaa the thr'ee schooll viartues,
r'eguaity, ipunc atuaalityv aand si lecc'
ud shaowed t hail thea two flrst were
DQ ttall y Ilinphora'lt It iln ater li fe-i hat
110 (1ne can y'et alonag wiithao'ut thin.
I'hle lhir'd by trzainaiag wvilh-power' is a
most usefu It adjuna ct ialso in thce repa
ratio fora11 liti'. Ilie thenca showed wiuat.
ies i.arle naeceas~ ari, dlividinag thidi~
jto those unfil'iag nature Iaal thosed
anutolinlg mian. Ar'it hmaaeaic, haistory;
reogaph~dy anad graunara111a areo ot pri n'e
b~enefit , aid should all be studa~ied. TChe
even ig lecture a shaoweal thatt all lf is
educaatioaa. and14 the s'haool is hnit one (ot
aever'a I f'act or's-f aily, sclhol, societyv.
41overnm aaea. The'a sphaere ofI each wais
hetianed. 1l)a. I hia'ars is a plofounad
hainaker. We were muchrl disappi~oinatedl
h at eaagagealaentas prievenat 1)r'. Grier'
'roin lectin 'iag ats was ex pected. lie
5 4n oll' tIhae fir'.t meati ofI thla Stat a,
aaad is groIwinig every daty. iOne West
im abeen laragelv r'epreseaaled haere.
)r. (Griear. Profe't~ssoras tloaod a ad [ *(w.
uaah a a'uaaaber'4 of yo u hladies and
ontalleaaeaa haave baeen here. Theac Ian
h.itale will rtlse on l''ridayv, lad that
aigial thaere will be a generaal exodifs
- Phlnt taansy ait tile root of youra
>huna a traees. a a'r aig br'anche(s of' that
>htaa ona Ihe liaabls oft- the ftrees. andc
,'ua will aaot bea niaanoyed wilth.' Curlet
jo- All ol aaad stuccessfaul fruait growv
-r' f irm'aishaea thea above, anad satva it. Is
l~ie aaaasl snaece'ssfula etareualIio prlaeven-'
ive he has evera ried.
-.\er' Pi' llsar e a eealfa rt,
aferni lhm. Nairial aaa 1en p'ea'er them
or' noevonas o' detcnt ,.lI...,:,..a.: e
Vitc LIitN LAW.--The land ow'Hru
I 11tis -countv are by% means a unit tow
the rMl of the .fen law. We were
receilry in conversation withene wh<
has t wienty-five tnaits oil his lands
and while admittig that its ropen
would beneilt hitn, lie did not think I
wvuld be %v ie -or . ulent io -ex 1 41
the law from the booke yet awhi .
would be lbest to welt 'untIl * geot
Crop year, - 16thongtht the law was F
eune to the countrv-to both lan<
owner aid laborer-but ho wis frale
if it shtould be repealed by theL sla
.ture this yestr, such scenes As charac
terized the times just after the wai
wofuld soon be re-enacted It Is a rarc
thing now to hear of a hog or a cow
being. sto(lenm ol- smoke sossea being
broken ito. The 'easoi is the hiel
law afllbrds a way for every mai to ge
something to eat. and to 1-opeal it 1e
would tUrn1 an army of tieves upot
(lie counry who iould rob withou
mercy. In many sections of the contl
ty locks are ahnost unklioWn to th
people, but it is predicted that if th<
liit 11rw is repealed, locks nor bolti
will not render any man's property se
cure. Tihme is some food for thodgh
.In the idea here suggested.-Lsancaste
FIRELUs tOonoTv..--Thle follow
Ing is the first intelligible descriptiov
we have seen of A F -alinq's muleli
talked of tireless loCOtnotive: "Tht
cotttmictios l a mich like an ordiiar
locomotive, except that there is no fire
The boiler jq a receptacle of extra
strength, and the water is raised to V
temperatuti of about 896 degrees b1
the mijection of steam, at a preasure o
-225 pounds. The Ilreless locomotive
is thus charged with water capable o:
giviig off a quantity of steam sufficien
for a , Ioderate journey. Of cojirts
the pressure ofsteam given oft is a
tirst verf in it';and gradually lessens:
but the inconvenience which wouk
arise from - this constant. change 0:
piressure is overcome by the adoption
kt a- redutcing valve, a" means of whici
pressure ofstean rea'h Iig the cyli
ders can be niielv regulated. These
engiies were triel and worked fron
Rueil to Port Alarley, 9.51 milep, and
from Port Marley to MarIe le Htof, 2.16
miles; it is therefore evident that thlest
einmtes are quite capable of cover
myg joiyrneys of length sufficient for
tramuway work, especially as the en
gine described, draws a train of twenty
-- Th;s is the latest anonv "Are vou
fond of cheese? No, tut' inv sw'eet.
heart, Eloise, who sings like *a . breeze.
mid whom I often squeeze, is so tbmo
of cheese that her breath makes t
sneeze, till I fall on my knees a pre%
to disease. Do you seize? How are
these?" Not aiy in ours, if you
T AMf OW RlEO IY?NG L
S TOOKOF NEW
FALL AND Wi NTIER
GOODS ANp IN ORDER TO
94KE ROO~ OR -THEM,
T HEE OLD) STOCIN OE
SUMMER QOODS AT AND BI
ONE CAR LOAD OIF BAGGING
IN STOR~E, WHICH I AM OF
-FEING AT GREATLY
THE AB3OVE BAGGING IS
DISCOLORED BY FIRE ANE
WATER. I GUARANTEE IT AE
STRONG AND SOUND AS AN3
IN THE MARKET. IF NOT AF
REPRESENTED, I WILL PA3
FOR HAVING~ IT.HAULE DBACi~
TO THE~ STORE.
ang 25 -D R
bord.'8. C.. -,'a*
No DAN45 lit Thazto MIAY Ag21.
PILLs.-They are harmless to the most teav
D, but so penetrating that they clen
S f all impurities, ad g stly eott th*
[ lvr to healthy 0ton. Pri cents per bo
old1 by all gsts in this county.
*staAALA April 8, ltT8'
M Mr. J. P. Goodin A t-;jar Sir: Itak
pleasure i ati flt I ave used your MtedL.
cated StoCk eed on a Very poor cow, wtb
reat e8eea ft he o tpxfoh better no%~
gr t -,She looksr
gies Ar deal more ilk, is
eror erefore recommend this med cine
al who Wish to Improve their stock, cattl
and hlorsesea eIt Is truly what Iit er
, to be. Very resctty, AeAY .
- EFAvLA. AA., July,.1878.
hA r. Shoenfeld: I used one sack of your *%Oqk
Feed on ny cow. with very satI -Yr'
sultt She had ritcently droppea her -3 Me
was In a poor eo' ftlon, and y th'ue-of ydr
Stock Feed she Oft rapidly improved In euh
and milk. Very respectfullv.
Sold by the d&uggots of this count..
Dr. A. 1. Nfton, of Savannah, writels: I no.
sure you it aftords me pleasuro to give rmy ap
proval and tMcate n favor of your ~
Hestorer, hat'no given It a fair trial in q nuin.
I bar of cases re It. proved sliecess in the
treat-ment . ronchitis and Vo%l*tmption.
FItE Years lay wife was far g6ne in con.
sumption, ahe had been confined to her bed the
gT eaterpart of the time, for six monthas with
lectlc Fever every day and I had but little
hoes Of her recovery, but by perseverance
wiiltne blessings of God, her Lungs aWe now
erfectly sound. I gave her no otht Lung
tedicine than yours and a cough sytup I ake.
I aexnr h. I qa k e.&
have generally Iven them together as I Ave
strong falt in o. succeeoed in curing k
number of a lls fases and regard Brower%
Lung ltestfter as a Valuable preparatton.
Please s efiU m(- per 1xpress three dozn ts I ath
nearly t, send b 1of sn 0 hdI 'remtt
prorn . Wiingt Bro A 0 siN te ,Itaain
Corner West Broad and Harris Sts.. Savannah,
Mg ACON. 0A.
Mtessrs. Lamar. Itankin & Lamar. Gentlemen:
--One bottle of Brewer's Lung Itestorer cured
me of Bronchitis in a week's time. I will want
a few more bottles soon. I intend keeping it in
my house all the time, as I consider it, a valua.
Wle medicine. Yours respectfully .
Sold by the Druggists of this county.
CoLUMBUs. GA., April 1s, ISI.
Dr. C. J. )foffett--Dear Sir-Ity wife and my
self are satlaed that the life of our teething
babe Was teved by the use of your Teethina
(Teething Powders). when other remedies had
failed to relieve him. We hee. been detghfed
with the p4d and permanent relief given one qJ
our clildrenrot sevCee attack of Cho.lera 3forbw.*.
Teethina is indispenasble to us, and should be
kept by ail parents having sMuall children.
Respectfully, etc., JESSE n
ITIS FOUND AT LASTI
SoxRTHimo Nrw UNDsn -nit SUN -A new era
Is dawning upon woman- Hitherto she has
hen called upon to suffer the Ills of mankdd
and her own besides. The frequent and dis
tressing Irregularities peculiar to her sex have
long been to her the "direful spring of woes
unnumbered." In the mansion of the rich and
hovel of poverty alike woma a has been the
constant yet patient victim of a thousand Ills
uinknrpwn.toMan-atd without a reineay. "h
Lord, hov I 1vn in the agony or her st ut, hath
-she ori 101 now the hour of h. r redlemption
Is come. She will suffer no more, for Bradfield's
Female Regulator, "Wo'nan's Best Friend," Is
for sale by alt druggists.
Prepared by Dr. J. Bradfeld, Atsnta, Ga.,
price $1 60 per bottle.
TESTIMONY OF DRiUGGISTS.
eVe have been sellin 'Swift's 8yphilitic Spi.
elflp! for "cbrs. and regard It far alaperior to
fthvthI I V alni. t6 selenee, (ar the diseases It
a reo mevid to cure. Ve have never known
oaa Tinl failure.
.nA SFLH. Thomasville, Ga.
L - G R Wlt'& CO . Forsyth. Ga.
-HUN ANICIN &.LAMAlt. Atlanta. Ga.
PtaD RT/N, *A'MUELS & REYNOLDS, At.
- A'rANTrA GA., Julyl, 1874.
-We-hrea-en using "Swift's Syphilitic Spe
'flc" I ndha trea ment of convicts for the last
abileetis the only certain known
nWlbf~~ ,yer en sr of die
-- - - EtAT,ALEXAND)ER A Co.
- Will he, paidbt anty chemist who wvill find, on
1n~ tof oehatindred bottlee of 8. 8. S., one
paterl-.o Tstrcury, iodide potassium, or any
l lE 9W~TSECIFIC COMPANY, Proprie
Sold hy all Druggists..
Call' foi'd copy of ' Young Men's Fritend."
.Defeoctivo Watch Cases are one of the chief
causes oissto many watches not being good
. ine pieces,. The cases being thin and not fit
inug, wvell.:ailt, dust and dirt to the mo've
mnent,,.whIch scou1 Itterferes with the running
parts of thp watch .necessitating cleaning, rc-.
pairing, &c., and the amount thus paid out It
ap4edAtowarg guying a good case In the be
ginilbff,' wduld have raved all this trouble and
e'xpense- We have recently seen a case that
meets all these requirements, it having been
carried for over twenty years andI still remains
perfect.. We refer to the JAS. BOSS' Patent
Stiffened Gold Case, which has become one
of the sta pie articles of the Jewelry tirade,
possessing as It does so many advantages over
all other watch cases, being made ef two
heavy plates of solid gold over a plate of com
position. And we advise all our readers to ask
their Jeweler for a card or catalogue that, will
explain the manner n which they are made.
It Is the only Stiffened Case made with: two
plates of gold, seamless penadants, and centre,
solid joints, crown pieces, &c., all of which are
covered by letters patent. Thecrefore bu;' no
case sofore consulting a Jeweler who keeps the
JAS. BOSS' Patent Stiffened Gold Case, that
you may learn the difference between it and
all imitations that claim to be equally good.
For sale by all responsible Je'welers. Ask to
see the warrant that accompanies each casse,
and dlon't be persuaded that any other masks of
case is as good. ap 19.
A NICE LOT OF NORTHERN
A FINE LOT OF NEW IRISH
A NEW SUPPLY of MACKEREL
- -THIS YEAR'S CATCH.
NEW FLOUR and FRESIH BOLTED)
MEAL-JUST COME IN.
CALL SOON AND GET THE
W. He Donly.
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LUDDEN & BATES'
FOR AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER.
A Little Cash Now and the Balance
When Cotton Cotme I.
During 4he enonths of Arigustand Sep.
tember, we -6tfer Planos and Organs at
LowEsT Casu RATES, payable
428 CASH ON A PIANO,
110 CASH ON AN ORGAN,
and the balance in three months without
interest. This off'r expires October lst,
next. Buy now, and buy as cheap as you
can next Fall with cash in hand. Nothing
gained by waiting. Prices will be higher.
Another boom is close at hand. Manu
.facturers will not be able to half supply
the demand. and Instruments will be
soarre and high.
WAREROOMS CROOK A BLOCK
Now, with a mannificent stock-all front
old and standard makers. Prices the
1,west. Terms the easiest. Two hundred
luAtruments to nele,:t from. Best Makers
only. Our very Cheapest Instruments aire
perfectly reliable. Pianos and Organs
sent on fifteen (lays test trial. It's all we
ask. Give us the priviege and we -vill be
happy. Send for latest price list, and
oblhge, yours truly,
Leudden A Bates,
The Great Piano and Organ Dealers of the
South. aug 9
IS itutted tu my fresla and Well..
selected stock of
I ha e just opened a splendid as
of first quality and full weight
A pples, Baked Beansa, Pinerapple.
Peaches, S'uccotas'h, Salmon, Toma"
toes, Sardines, Mustard.
ROBINSON'S I'MPORTED OAT..
* MEAL -- FRESH.
Condensed Milk, "Ocean Gem"
Mackerel in 5 lb. cans.
in bulk, as good as packages, and
I BAKER'S BROMA,
IA palatable beverage for invalids as
well as persons in health, and highly
recomimenned by physicians as a
diet for children.
EVA PORA TED APPLES.
I DO NOT close at six o'clock A
share of the public patronage is
R. II. RE Y~.
NEXT THIRTY DAYS I INTEND
TO SELL MY
ENTIRE SUMMER STOCK OUT
COST, FOR CASh.,
THEUI time for receiving returns of
.A poerty for taxation for the present
munic~a year ha been extended to
August 8st. '1 he 60 per cent, penalty on
former returns will be added to all who
fail to atteiid to this matter.
&IAS.JUT EC*IVED A FRESH WN)E-OF-CA E r OODS, CQSIIST
XJOBSTTllS, I 'EACHRSy,
SALMON, . INEAPILE?,
(GREEN.PEAS, . ICKLES,
L1MA BEANS) -SARDINES
FINE FRESI11 COM AlFD VINEGA'It.
ITIMS, 'ESSENCE AND EXTRACTS OF LE MON AND VANILLA.,
FWE TAMLE fSAUT, VER-Y FINE IiOLASSES,
FLOU, MEAL, SOAP, AND ALL
OTIER GOODS ,
$U&NEMALLY SOLD IN A GiROC&RY STOR&
AIH '.A. 04ten ei JEJ
TilE ClAIOTTE FEN.ALE ISTITUTE,
.REV. WM. R. ATXINkSON, PRINCIPAL
4CHARLOTTE, N. C.
TIProm 0EN. 1. D. Rxi:NmwD, iieutenaht'Governor'of South Cartlinn.]
CAMDEN. b. C., December I7ti, 18P0.
As a patron -of the Charlkotte Fenwalu Institute it affor.ls me peiesure to-tutily to tire
thorough management-ot every department of it. This krow edge-is deriven from-a
visit to and Iinapection oif the iist-irnte. strietattention is paid not only to. the su
oation bit health and cotnlofl of its pupilm. Its ionelike .adr in.1 rehse . me most
tavorably. The Itev. Mr. Ati.inson. with the aid of his iUle find aecornplishedo r)s
If assistants, presents every inducement toparentr, who -have daughters to educate. I
shall contin'o to iat&'onize the school. J. 1). -KENNEDY.
[From Pnov J F, -LATTMFWh, II. D., of Davidson College.]
I oan testify to the success the cbarlorte Female Insitute hais attained under the
direotiob of Mr. Atkinson, who has in the three . ears that he has been pi-incipal
raised this school to the highest place among our educational institutlions lie has
spared neither care -%or expense in securing the serviecs of tie most accompalihed
and experienced teachers, and in naking 'the instirute a ciomf.f,rble :and pleasant
home for its pupils. No patron .has ever visitedl the school without being more than
ever pleased with the arrangernents for the welfare of his daughters. From being
present at some of its examinations and lersonally .inspect.ng the work of the puplis
thereon, I know that the instruction is thorough and of a -,ery ligh grade. Dr.
Bidez, the Professor of Music, is regardea by hs pupils, many of whjoni are itinateur
lady musicians, graduates in music it other institutions, as the most idvanced and
aeconiplished teacher of music that has ever come south. J. F. LATIMER.
esslon begins September 7, .1881. Terms-$125. 00 per half session, including
EVE RY EXPENSE to which the pupil is put, except for private lessions in music.
THE "QUEEN BESS" CORSET.
The "QUEEN BESS" Corset and Skirt 14ul porter is by far the most comfortable
ever introdu3ed. It is a perfect fltting cors.., and has new and improved shonider
straps, easily adjttsted to any desired] hngth. It also has the inmnmensely pular
'ATENT CLOlH STEEL PROTE: T01., wlleic not only preve nts the steela frnomi
rusting, but also renders it imposeible to break the clasps'. Warranted in every par
ticular. FOR SALE ONLY by
may 26 J. M. BEATY & CO.
TO T HE LADIES OP FAIRETELD GOUNTY,
IIHAVE jnst opened and have now ready for vouIr inspeetionl one of tl
largeAt 1t1 best. Selected I stocks of MILAI'1NERT, FANCY GOODS AND
NOTIONS ever brought to this place.
MRS. BOAG, with the assistance of her new milliner, MISS BLACK, of
Baltimore, intends sparing no pailns in these departinents, and will replenisli
and keep them full during the season.
A FULL LINE OF DRESS GOODS, Buttons and trimmings to imatch. The
best and cheapest line of CORSETS. Also a lot of Linen Ulsters and Under.
DAVIS VE RTrICAL FEED
TIIE best in the market for plain or heavy and fine famIly sewin. ON
. TIIOUSAND D)OLLAIts REWVARD to any one who cani compote wmth
It-both as a machine and thme range of work it turns out. WVarr'a,,te to wear
with any of the first-class machine on the market. Two hundred of these Ma
chinles in use in Fairfield Couilty.
Crackers, Cakes, Candies, Bacn 'lu, tel ls, de oA Oarad Choinr
Tobacco, Cigars, Bedsteads Mattresses. Tebles, Safes, Chaits, etwc.
To arrive 16,000 feet of 6ood Assorted Lumber,
Dry o ~, of all kinds, Millintery, etc,, low down to-'make room fgr a new