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4W~e. *e AXQLh.e eseeUIT3a ZP9Tn.
AND now they say thtt Arrthur will
make' a good President. We eifil
soonl learn that even the de.vil is.a din
inond-af tolirst water.
-GEOcerA has approiiated $170,000
for accmmodations for -skx hunrcsedl
additional-patients at the Lunatic AMy.
An, Does theLogislature propose to
As4ourn-there in a body ?
Tax Barnwell Bentinel.thinks It is
anuch better to revive the whipping
post than to burden the county with
the support of worthless xqgAbonds
abo haxe.been .convicted of eld eken
stealing .4id othei' petit.larcenlea. The
Bentinel Is about tight.
-ON AND after the first of Septemiber
the coiductors on the AssociatediLines
f the Cardlinasa.ili be compelled to
obey an order which hasi -ben Issued
to the following effect. No conductor
shall smoke or cheaw tobacco while ou
duty, or drink any spirits, or indulge
,in.couversmion with any passenger cx
-cept exthusiuiees. Itf,he accept-s -adegar
,from a passenger he must forfeit
twenty-fire cents to the con
pany. Lastly lie shaT1 wear A ntil
.form without pockets, and shall
,earry.a sachel suspended nrom the
,ahoulder in which to place all tickets
.-or moneys cullected. Uider the oper
ation of this law the efficient coniduc
tor will be able to rival the circus as
.a-"great moral exhibition".
RItESIDENT GAnIFiLn, years ago, is
said to have remarked to a friend, "It
is always the unexpected that happens
.to me". It by any chance lie should
-rally from the horrible condition iII
which hei now languishes, his remark
will be smore wonderful than ever
-before. At death's door for the past
week at least, he has been despaired
of by all save.a few sang.uine fri'.nds for
several days. Vt., on Saturday, he
partook of solid food for the first tie
in many days, and his mhind appeaned
to have gained sonie of its usual vigor.
-8'nday showed a little fiuither fi
provement. It Is but one chance in a
thousand, however, that this physical
giant now reduced by suffering to a
mere skeleton of seventy-five pounds
in weight, can recover. While there
is life there is hope; but when there is
so little life, hope is faint indeed.
While we see nothing but death staring
him in the face, we will watch with in
terest his brave battle for life. Ifsyni
pathy can avail anything, he will live,
for never before has the public heart
so turned towards any man.
Tua colored people of the South are
indeed unfortunate. The politicians
when they are elevated to ofilce have
with few exceptions outraged public
decency and provoked a clamor
against colored sum'tage, on the ground
that the colored mana is too ignorant or
too besotted to discrlininate betwveen
virtue and vice. In another r'ol- t wo
.colored men have disgracd their race.
Whiittaker, at West P'oint, mtight have
donie something for the benit of his
.r ace.; but -he set the counatry by the eat's
by his own ear clipping serape ; and
the government. uafer weeks of patient
and costly iinvestigation hasn decided,
it is said that lie is a guilty and pet'
jur'ed criminal. Fipper, who did
gr'aduate wvith .fourieh .of .trumpets
and beco no a leader of' lis race, has
.taken advantage of the ti'ust reposedl in
him, and now languishes in jail on the
charge of stealing five thou sand dol
lars in the quartermaster's depai'tment
*of the United States Army. This Is a
seveie blow to the negro lover's of the
North; and is a bad thing for' the black
4'ace. It is hardly credible that one
who will probably enjoy the reputa
ion of beig the only colored offtleer
ithie Uinited States Army' should sell
\imself for so small a price. li miust be
wvholly wanting in moral character.
And Ashe has f'allenm, afteir receiving
snch opp~ortuinities, the quest ion ai'ises
wvill any~ core~d i)ajI do better. This
ia point for the colored peoplec to
conisider'. As long as any colored
nmn who gets a posItion, proves him
self a thief or scoutndre', the chiances
for ;ti rest of lis i'ace to receive bente
fits wll ie poor inldeed1.
TigfR NOtMA L I NST ITUT E.
Closing Scenes and Closing Talke--A Test5
aiyoni to Colonel Thompson--What has
pesp Learned, axwl What Siay beo Learned
GRE ENVM.LE, August 26.-The~ oX
ercies of the State Nor'nial Inastitute
closed torday, Yesterday morning
Mr. Araber bade adieu to the memi
boe at the close of his lecture in a few
appropriiate and touchinag remai'ks,
which received heartfelt applause.
Mr. Rietnann also said goodbye at the
close qJf heis talk otn arithmetic. The
exercises this morning oppened with
prayer lhy Mr. Archer andi singing
conducted by Mr. Wither'ow. Mr'.
Davis then dlelverecd his last leot ure
on ar'ltlimotle, at the close of wlhi
lie thanked the teachers tfor' their kind
conusideration, adding that lie would
unot bid thoem goodbye but would only
say "Till next year."' Theni Mr'. WithI.
ei'ow gave, seome short exercIses in
singing, after which Mr. Perrina spoke
a few words on geogr'ap~hy, anud ex
pressed his gratifioatiou at the results
that had' bean achieved by the Insti
tute. He, as well as all the other
lecturers, was apllauded as ho closed.
Then followed a short reces', after
which Dr. Joy'nes briefly reviewed the
.topics of h~is course of lectures,
and proceeded to take leave of
his class in most feeling terms. A mong
other thing's he said ho had lrned
'twe ttige: arsi, that the cllimato of
*dtIiIh C'r ditta was ,Gerr'ainly stat in,
TIatUghterq.; -and 46eeondly, that how
'ver walfu:thboilmate,:tnueh warmer
-were the hearts :of ther softs and
daqghter. (Applause.j By the time
he hiad finished anurber of handker
.obleft *ere pla1ded in requisition by
thelAfes, while the sterner sex ftore
vsilbly moved. As he inade .hW ;bow
prolongea aplito followed, so hearty
4hat.he.ooutuotbut feel. asatwed ho.w
sucoessfilthy he had Wn the 'hearts of1
his audience. It was a tribute f'omn
South Carolina to a true, warm-heart
ed son of Virginia, who seemed as one
of us, and whom the more we saw
the move meieataned.
The cloftigccture was defltered by
Professor So dan to whose broad and
cultured -mnd, great ,administration
ability, and constantate.tack ,has been
chiefly due the success .6f these two
Normal Institutes. lie was peculiarly
happy in this last lecture, and inter
eprsed his talk w4th a number of
amasing romrks and Illustrations.
Ike then spoke eloquently about the
sudfess o1 the Institate, modestly yet
erroneottsly attributing the i'esult
prlncipally to those wh o had aided
1)1 in it his work. As he spoke
his words of farewell, some more eyes
Were dimmed, and one young lady, at
leaet, gave as her only reason for not
betraying emotion t'.le circumstance
that in her haste to reach the exercises
she had -forgotten her pocket handker
chief. Profebsor Soldan has also been
adopted as a 6i'izen of the State, and
has been promised if will return next
year tie rank of coloml at least, with
ai probability of.tpiomnotioni as a full
general. The possibil'ty of a visit
next summer to Germany, which he
has not seen in nineteen years, may
fritvate these plams, but for the sake
of' the teaers of the State we trust
he may be induced to coitinue in
charge not ily of the next institute
but of iainy ftihers. ieo has -certaidy
olne wonideirfil work.
At the close of his adieu, Professor
Soldan said he must returmi thanks, ie
the name of the Faiculty aid members,
to the gentleman who had made the
school system a success 11n South Caro
lina, anid through whose execu.ive
ibility amidenergy these two Institutes
have leen made posaihte. lie referred
to the flon. 11ugh 6. Thompson. (Ap
plause.] Aid, he added, as a testi
monial of tle esteem in which that
Citleman was held, he Would call
npon him to accept from the ladies of
lie Institute a present which in their
Iame he would now bestow. Amid
oud appbiuse Colonel Thoipson was
0.illed to the stand, and presented
with a beautiful silver and
hiss flower vase, and silver card re.
:eiver. The recilpient. was compleiely
taken aback, As the presentatioit hail
b)eenl kept a lwofound seeret, beiig ni
knowin even to several of the faculty
mitil five Ilinutes before. Nevertlie
less lie responded most feelingly, amid
ifter having recovered himself, made
mne of those eloquenit speeches that
Ire so chritacteristic of hin. After
reviewing tle events of the past four
weeks, and speaking of the great im
pulse to the cause of education brought
abotrt by these meetings, he bade tihe
teachers farewell, wishing theim a safe
return to their homes, where lovimr
bearts awaited them and bright eyes
that would grow brighter at their
ominig. [Prolonged applatuse.) Pro
fessor SoldaI then called on MI.
Witherow to 1011d the Institute in sing
ing "The Swveet Bve and Bye." Mr-.
WVitherow took this occasioni to s teak
ilii ods of .pltrtilig, anid themi, wsvih a
will, three hunidred voices rose amid
roll in tihe soul-st.Irrin< strains of that
well-known sonig. 1I ere sonme more
broke dowii, and 01ne of the visiting
members of the taeulty' usedl his pocket
iandkerchief wvith vhijor. A single tap
Eum the bell and tihe lustitute was dis
missed for another twelve mionths'
vacation. Hland~shaking anid kissinmg
(thme latter conIfned1 exclusivelv to the
ladies0 of course) tollowed for 'the next
ten minuites, amid then time maudence
aeparated, sotne for a yeair, and1( sombe.
pe'rhaps, forever. A day mnore, and
Greeniville's visitors wore speedinig
towards every point of the companss,
most of them 'to their homes, the rest
in quest of further recatlonm in the
During the institute a inmber of
visitors atteiided the various lectures;
and especially towards the last the
citizens of Greenville were quite ap
prieclative and expressed a desire that
the institute should be he01( there next
yenar. Not only socially and intel
lectually, but fr'om a material point. of
view, the lInstituite is ai good thing for
haeleft troml four to six thousand
dollars in Greenville, at a time when
ready mioneyV is, to say the least, not as
plentiiful as 'blackberrles. Next year
the ohoice of location mnust be guided
by two conisideratiois-thle capacity of
the buildinigs anud the famcility for ob
taiining board. Last year '197 mem
bers were e'nrolled, this year the num
ber reached 332, in the ' fhee of bad
crop~s. Next year may timid four or
fiv'e huindredl i'n attendance at (dffer
ent tunes, and an average dlaily at-.
tendance of over three hundred.
Visitors from othier States, notably
Prof. Soldan,, D~r. Jovnes and Prof.
liiarris, wvere struck with the per'sonnel
of the Institute, anid es pecially withI
the large niumtber of intcllIigent,'refined
andl (shall we say it?) prietty women,
This latter featm''e struck Djr. Jovnes
avith especial torce; for, if possible,
he is evnmremi11 dlistiniitishe~d asa
lady's man than as a linguist. Pro
Iessor' soldanm priofesses to be afraid of
the ladies, b~ut they are very skeptical
on tIs p)oint, as are all those who
hlave seen him entertaiing halt
dozeni at a tiime in the "'openm all meet.1
igs" at access, le asserls that the
Institute has beeni of much benmefit t
himself. Wheni he came hero lhe did
not know a aligle story. Now (thanki
to Drm. Joylies and Col. Tfhoimpson) h<
knows mat least nine, anyv one of whict:
would sweep thme State in any political
Bitt, as a witty ladly once asked
distingug ished surgeon who was aboul
to dtel Iiver a public lecture on thme ev<
to remember thatt onte of its most h'n
j)ortanit. fimuctionis was to close ; amid as
a lett(em, ats well as a lecture, shmonl1
resemble time op)tic organm in t his re.
spect ait lenat, I wvill sav no more. Aim
onie itere'stedl in Inmstitumtes need nol
expect to undioerstand1( thetir full mean,1
lng frontmewspapelr accoutst. If h<
ishtes to learn imore about thera, et
him wialt till tiext i ear, ammd then at
tend one as a mectmber or a visitor. H1
will be fully repaid. D.
Messrs. WVilliamns& Rutledge, Green
ville, 8. C., Qont lemon: TIhe p~ln
purchased of vou for "The Greenwvoom
111gh School" is onme of superior ton
and w.'rkmanshi p and is in mall respects
[ instructress in MlusIe.
Greenwood ,., 1eb 7, 1881. *
A WMs Wo-ru ElAVIN.-A entu-es
Ipon~denter Itbe eAIkenl Journal und
Review, js1&kIng ofa Ivt. to the on.
-. anu avs: "Dtn this con.
uiection we cannot h'ell) reialtking that
Mrs. Tillman Is one of the nmest ener
getic and -wonderall women in the
State. Not withstanding the.oares of s
numnerott1-fat'Hye* she inotit4 her horst
%daily and peisonally. superj* iteidq
every detail of her husband's extensive
iplauting interest, and is conidered
Sine of-the.meat sufccessfil Imanager
of a farm in Edgefield county. Owing
to the congressional duties and othue
busiless rolations of Col. Tillman, he
has tuoned the plantation over to hot
.anid she has proved herself eqal tt
the emergena~yi. Stmh % WUiIu Is all
honor to our State and a e'own +1
glory to the man whose household she
adorn,. Col. Tillman has )etsed the
property of Mrs. Bunch for thitey
years and Is spending his suinnier va
-falion in silnktinga shat an tihe fnnell
property fo 'the Itt'Vose of mining
old. LeAd and Iron ha already bee:
mud,11 hn ti iot expected untl
the depth of one hundred feet Is reach.
GLOVEs IN THE MIDDLE AGEs.
Gloves wkee greatly regarded in the
Middle Ages. They were so costly that
noic bit persons of rank aid substaie
were able to wear themn. A fety -cen.
tnries back a shopkeeper, artisdnl, or
yeoman wearlng gloves, would have
been as much ridiculed and sneered at
by persons of his own station as at the
)resent time a Parisian grisette wear
ng a bonnet would be. The high dig.
ilitaries of the church aill soverlci 1
princes wore gloneb orntinented wut
precious stones and rich embroidery
10n occasions of high state ceremony,
Did a ladv desire to give her suitor a
spcuial token of her prefterence or 'e.
gard, she preseited hin with her
glve, vhchIl he at once attached to
-Ayer's Pills -are I general favorite,
becai:se of their )owertul yet gentle
opreration. Med cal men prct'er themI
for nervous or delleste const isttios. u
TO PRENENT TIE STORINO OR DELIVERY cil
GUANO Ol OTHER COMMERCIAL FERTILIZERS
WrTMIN THE OIRPORATE LIMITi OF THE
t'OWN Ot WINNSzinox, a C.
BE IT ENACTED AND ORtDATNED
Bby the imtentlant and Wardens of
the 'fownf of Winnsboro, S. C. In Council
I. 'That from and after the pasange of
this Ordinance, it shall not be lawful foi
any person, corporation or him to store.
keep or depoatt. or cause to be stored.
oeposited or keept in storage. at or in
any pla'e within the cor)orato liits 01
the Town of Winn.sboro, or to deliver, . r
cae to he delivered, at. oy from p. y
place within the corporate limits of tasl
I'own, atny G ano, Pulverized Bone. A.id
Phosphate, or other Comifercial Fertiliz
era o any nattre or kind whaloever.
II. That any lperson, corporaition or
firm who shall violate the rroviaions of
this Ordinance, shall, upon conviction
th reof, be Iined in the sum of Fl'.' I j
DOLLAUS for each and evcry offence, an.1
TEN DOLLARSS for each day's continua
Done in Council, this the 26th day of
August, 881, and with the corp 'rate sea
of said Town affixed
JOHN J. NEIL,
Attest: E. S. CuANDIAIi,
Clerk of Oounct-,
I AM NOW RECEIV.ING MY
STOCK OF NEW
FALL AND WINTER
GOODS, AND IN ORDER TC
MAKE ROOM FOR THEM,J
THlE OLD STOOK OF
SUMMER GOODS AT AND BE'
ONE CAR LOAD OF BAGGINC
IN STORE, WHICH I AM OF
FERlING AT GREATLY
THE ABOVE BAGGING D
DIS~COLORED BY FIRE~ ANI
WATER. I GUARANTEE IT AM
STRONG AND SOUND AS AN3
IN THE MARKET. IF NOT AM
.. EPRESENTED, I WILL PMl
FOR HAVING IT HAULEDBACI
TO THE STORB.
o DAnftY ItN o 'AFO R14Y AI'1LK littmt
PILs.-They or aPldess to the most delicate
person, but so pe ner g that they clear e
.mlo all irupurit, and ently excite thi
lr to healthy action. ',Pric l0 centsper'box.
Mold-by all druggists In this county.
SKLMA, ALA.. April.e, 1STS.
P. GodWin. A nt-Dear Sir: I take
f~ltsn Atin I han Ii knve used your Medl.
cn~utI'tock iced ' a very 'itdr cow, 'with
grent success. She looks much better nim,
Ho~Smgeat deal more milk, and is "Itich ft.
1therefore recommenid th d.bediclito
all Who wish to Improve their stok, cattle
Tand horses, as it Is truly what It to represented
to be. Wory respectfully, A. KAYSIt.
Ij?FAULA. ALA., July, 18.
Mr. -ehoenfeld: I usIA one sack of your Stock
Feed on-n ccw. vit-utry satifactory
uitsl. bhe a centli' topped her calf, aft
was in a PoOrend'tion, and y the use of your
Stock ced she was rapidly. Improved in flesh
and m fik. Very respectfully.
ORO. H. DENT.
Sold by the -aittggtsta of this county.
Dr. A. 1. Norton. of.Bavannah, Writes.- I as.
sure you It affords me pleasure to giva m 'ap
rof .ISld ertiftcate In favor OT mour Lung
?testordr, having given it a fair trhln in a num
ber of enses where it. proved suiess in the
treatment, of Bronchitis and Consumption.
Five yettrs agdmv wife was far gone I Con
sumpt,ton, she had heen conflned to herIt Ihe
ieater art of the time, for six morifhs with
lectic Fever every day a nd I had but lit tle
ho p s of her 'recovery. but by perseverance
wit h inc blessftigs of (god, her Lungs are now
rlectly sound. -1 gave her no other .Lung
diino than yours and a cough syrup I make.
I have genernh gven them together 5s I have
strong faith in Jfh. I succeedel in eurihg a
number of ho 's-cases and regard Brewer's
Lung Restoref .iM a valuable peparation.
'lease send me per express three do Prfas 1 am
dearly otit. Mend bill of same and 1*11 i-ftnit
promptiy. Wishing you good success, I remain,
A it. NORTON, M. D.,
Corner West Broad and Harris Sts.. Savannah,
Messrs. Lamar. Raukin & Lnwiar, Genitleme
--One bottle of BrewiErr's Lung Restorer c t'i'f
it, of Bronchitis in n week's time. I will want
a few Inore bottles soon. I intetbi keeping it in
my house all the t ime, as I conaldCth'k a valua
ble medicine. Yours reopectfully
IIEN Y DAVIS.
Sold by the Druggists of this county.
COLU.BUS. GA., April 12, 1878.
Dr. C. J Moffett-Dear Sir-My wale and my
self nre satisfied that the life of our teething
babe was aeved by the use of your Teethina
Teet.hin Wders), when other remedies had
nted to lieve him We have been delighted
with the npred and permanen t relief iven one of
our chidren from severe attack of ohi. era Morbuv.
Teethina fi indiapenible to us, ldfl tfrould -he
kept by il parents having sinail children.
JERRE R 'WRIMliT,
IT IS FOUND AT LAST I
SOMRTUnIo NEW UNDER TIt SuN -A new eta
is dawning upon woman' Ililhcr:o she has
heen enleil upon to suffer the ills of mankidd
anl her owl, beides. The frequent anti di.
tressing irreglarities peculiar to h't' sex have
long been to her the 'direful sprin of ewoes
unnumbered.' In the mansion of tle rintnd
hovel of poterty alike wuma i has been t he
constant yet patlefft Vlctim of a thousan I Ills
iinkn own to ian-- and without. a remeay. "Oh
Lord, how loTogli n the agony of her a ul. hnth
sihe oried But now the hou' of h r re emotion
Is colle. She will buffer no more. for Biradfleld's
Female lirgulntor, "Wo'nttt' Btst Friend," is
ior sale by al, drugglsts.
Prepared by Dr. J. Bradfield, Atanta, Ga.,
price $1 Ao per bott+. ''
TETXIONY OF D. UGOISTH.
We have bee- sell' . ..8viat. 8v'phii ,'le Spi.
^Ific" Ibrraima. and 'egnril it 'nr sup-riur to
anvili knoW -to i.-n- e. for ths' -dt--v.a e- it.
a recomme.'ded to eure. We have !.# ver known
of A sin le faIIt.re
S. .J CA' L4 Thom 'sville. 6..
L F GIihE Co . Fnrsvth. On.
Ell'NT RANKN.& LA MAI Atluntinn On.
MA i DIt'ON, tAMUELS & UEYNOLDS, At
.- .'.a~TLANTA. G... 3ilv 1, -4.
We tibteen ildgi- "Swift's 8v'phtli'io Slire
r: lein teamt~ o, convicts or~ the last
yer1an 1-. Is .tit' only certaia know
ease, for wlich ir-inreeomSnc.ddcueofds
* GItAN 7. A LEXANDER A CO.
81,060 IREWAR D
Will be paid to any cht. trist who wilt tfind, on
.tn'il is nfaone ht~de< b. cec of 8 14 1-, otto
patut : ur hnercury, i'4i, .o potasdittm, er' any
Ti IE SWIFT 8PECIl' COM PA NY. Proprie-.
tot's. Atlanta G:u
sold hv- all l)rng~gla
Call icr a copy of ' Youtr~g Mer.' Ficd.'
D~efetive Watch Cases are orie of the chiei
ennses of so many Watches not being good
-ime pIeces. Trite enses being I In amtd tot. lIt
ting wvell adimit, duti and dilt to -the mn.-ve
ment, which soon interferes with the rutnnilng
parts of the watch necessitating cleaning, rc
patiring, &c., an:1 the amount thus paId out If
applied toward buying a good case in theo be
ginning, would hava Eaved all this trouble and
expense. We have recently seen it case thbut
meets all thtese refluirements, it hlaving been
carried for over tw'enty y-eat's ati still r-emains
perfect. We trefer to the JAS. BOSS' P'atenti
Stifrened Gold Case, whti-h hans become one
of tuhe staple ar-ticles of the Jewelry trade.
possetssing as It tdoes so many adevantttges over
nil other watch cases, being made ef two
he(avy plates of solid gold over a plate of comn
position. And we advise all otur renadet- to ask
their Jeweler for a cardl or entralojtte t hat w-ill
explain the mnanner' n which they are madte.
It is the oniy Stifrened Case, mtadle with two
plates of gold, seamless lpemtanaIts, faind centtre,
solid joints, crown pieces, Ac., all of which tare
covered by letters pat ent. Therefore bu:; no
case sefore consulting a Jeweler who keeps the
,IAS. 13OSS 'Patent Stifrened 00141 Cas',,that
you may learn the difference between it and
all imiltat ions that claim to bo eqtlally good,
For sale by- all respoitsible Jewele'rs. Ask tr
sec the warr-ant thant accompaities ('eh caise,
andi don't, be persuaded that any other mnake 01
Case is as good. ap 12.
A NICE LOT OF NORTHER19
A FINE LOT OF NEW iRSE
A NEMA St'FPI Y of MACKEREI
--T HIS YEAR'S CATCH. -
NEWV FLOUR antd FRESII BOLTrEJ
MEAL-JUST COME IN.
, CALL FOON AND GET THE
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Special Siml er Ofer
FOR AtG UT AND SEPTEMBER.
A Little Cash Now aRid the Balance
When Cotton Comes In.
During the months of August and Rep.
tembet', *e offer PA mnos and Organs at
Lo vEST CASH RATES, pay able
625 CASH ON A PIANO,
010 CASH ON AN ORGAN,
and the balance in three months without
interest. This offer expires October Ist.
next. Buv n".w. and buy as cheapas yU
can nexi iall \vith cash in hand. Nothing
gained by waiting. Prices will be higher.
Another noom is olose at hand. Manu
facturera will not be able to half supply
the demand. and Instruynents will be
scarce and high.
WARERCOMS CHOCK A BLOCK
Now, With a na-nlfieent stook-nll from
old and standard makers. Prices the
1 west Terms the easiest. Two hundred
I',strun.ei.ts to sele.t from. Best kAker.
nnly. Our very h('eapest Instrumenta ar.
perfectly reliable. Pianoq ani Organt
sent on fit -en da3tys test trial. It's ill we
ak. Give us tli privilege and we vill bu
l'apny. Send for latest. price list, and
obhii-o. youra truly.
ioG oe-t Pi'no rind O:-2r Dealensnt in
SUGAIRS, assorted. Coff'ees, Rio,
Lagniarra and Old Gov. Java.
and Young Uy son.
tPears, 'Pecs, P1 uespp'les, TIo
matoes, Sal mon , Corned Beet', Deviled
Hlamn and TIurkey, Sardines, &c.
Macar'oni anid Cheese, Gingecr Pre
serves, Pin [lead Oat Meal, Coopet
Glelatine, Mustard, Black Pepper and
IBald~vin Catsup1), CrossI & Black
wvell's htoiw Chow, Empire Ch~ow
Chow, Assorted Pickles, Lea & Per
rin's WYorcesatershire Sauce.
J. F? Mc'MASTER & C~O.
S A LE.
NEXT THIRTY DAYS I INTEND
TO FELL MY
ENTIRE SUMMER STOCK OUT
'64 N'A CHARLE.S.37.
*t W 1-I1lLLh'8, e e, Winn
boro, 8. C. dec
HAS JUST RZCEIVED A 3tEIT1/2 'EOFCkNNFUhleUDB, CONSISTl
.STRAWBERRIEZ, iOMATUEk -
GREEN PEIs, PICKLES)
LWA BEANS; . QA1DI1ES
FI'NE FRESI CIDER AND VIVEGAL
RtTMEGS, ESSENCE AND xThACTS OF LEMON ANb VANILLAs
WINE TABLE SALT, V3DRY FINE MOLASSES,
FLO'M, MEALBOA.P, AND ALL
G'NERALLY SOLD IN AGROORY STORE.
E'LAj:W&eX C3-IV-1 MM A~~
2. Zugenheim m
SH LE FEMALE INSTITHITE,
REV. WM. R. ATKINSON, PRINC1PAL
CMARLOTTE, 1%. C
[Prom GIN. 11). kENNEDY, tidtgiteagt- oivervor of South Carolima.j
CAMDEN. 8, C., December 17th, 1880.
As a patron of the Charlotte Female Institute it-affords me pleasure to testily to t'ha
horough management of every depnrtment-of it. Tli4 iaowledge is deriveo from a
,sit to and inspection of the institute. !tict-attention iis .patid not only to the odu.
,ation but health and comlavt-of its pipils. Its homelike air itupressed me most
avorably. The Rev. Mr.. Atkinscin, with the aid of his able and accompiished corps
of aseistants, presents every inducement to parents -who have-diu eret' feducate. $
hail contin'au to ratYorizo'tho school. 8. . kE-DY.
[t'roin Pao' J. F. LATIrMER, Pu. b., oT baviilson College.3
I can testify to the success the (charlotte temale Instituto has attained under the
lirection of Mr. Atkiuson, who has in the three - ears that he has been principal
iised this school $b the highest plhice among our educational institutions lie haw
aresd 'either care 6ior expense in securing the services of tl-e .most accom plishie
idt d ih and sin nsaking the institute a cosmfrtadtle.and -Ploimi
ome f.r its pupits. No patron has ever visited -tho school wrthu'ii 'ng ' forethan
ver plhaa;ed v ith tl:e arrzitigena uts fur the welfare of his daughters 'rom being
r- sent at some ot its exaruinations man.l) y riom:.ll. insiseet, ng tlho work of the pupIls
'ron. I know 1 Ilint the it-1ti eti'ma 1 ih< reil- ii a. I ry I igh gnido Dr.
"id:, the Froftssor (i Mt un, iF ,it (It. i- hit I.uI z ali 2.nom)y' W w. 01i are aimatent
--.ly nii.sicimns, gr:dimates int iatusic. at oth r Inati; lit'ier, a). I ht, to 016t .(vainced ivnd
oiblihed teaeber of tannie that hJ ever cour z-ot.. J. 1, L1AIME-it.
Sesslon begins Selitember 7, 1881. Terms- SI2ba:OO per half session, inchidig
FVEERY EXPENSE to which the pupil is put, except for private lessions in music.
THE "QUEEN BESS" CORSET
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The "QUEFN HESS" Corset aqd Skirt Surporter is by far the most comfortable
ever'introdu ted. It Is a porfect Iting corset, and has new and improved shoutldef
straps, easily a' Justed to any desired leng'h. It also hni the inmihensely popular I
I'ATENT OL A1 I STEEL PROTEt TO1, wI iob not ohly preov nts the steels frotu
rusting, but aho renders it impossible to brtak the dlasps. Warranted in every par
tioular. FOR SALE ONLY by .
many 28 J. M. BEATY & UO.
o 1 0 .-.....
7'O TI. LADIES OF FAIRFIELD a OUNTY:;
I HAVE just opened and have now ready for your Itseoctio i oho of the
largest and best selected stocks of MILLINEUR, ANC Y GOODS AND
NOTIONS ever brought to this place.
MIRS. BOAG, with the assistance of tier tiow tnlfliner, MISS BLACk, of
Baltimnaore, Intends sparitig n1o palais in these departnents, and will geple'nlsh
and keep theln fatil during the seasoli,
A FULL LINE OF DRESS GOODS Buttons and triminings to thAteh, The
best and cheapest line of CORSET4 Also t lot of Lillell Ulaters and Under
DAVIS VElRTICAL FEED
[HE best in th market for plati or heavy and fine family selving. O(Nd
THOUSAND DOLLARS HiEWARD to anv one who can omut wito i
it-both as a acnhinie and the range of work it turns out. Wanrranted to wvear'
wvith anay oft the tirst-clasa maluchinec on thme mnarket. Two hundred of these Ma.'
(chines In use in Fairfld Uounty,
.At..:SC I W WT 1/'
A fitre lot of PlantIng Potattoes~ Onfon seta seeds, Cotn, Oats,- Cheeser
ra keo, C ae, Canten, l ncon t o-rs Mpp al, hum , Suiokhig and Chewing
Tro arrive, 15,000 felet of' Good Assor'ted Lumber.
oI of Goo. od allkinds, Millineryfoto., low doWn -to meko.r oo N-f t niss