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'WINNSBORO, S: C.
SATURDAY. Spthbz401, :::J: s 8,
it. MIrV.ANSD'ThVi, EnD1To.
d'NQ. 8. IMNOLD.' Astg'Ec en,
Tm'I rishl tenanta rave ldhposed to
give the land btpaithir trial.
-Jmn@N~ff1-om thle. present weatheor,
*'ost Is about six monthsit8 off. Farmers,
TIIEY have a new drink at Lb'g
(Branch called "the Parotid Sweiliitg."
Popskull. forms the-hief ingredient.
hne Clyde Syndicate is said to be
only another name for the Pennsyl
vvania Central,. which gives It. -backing.
'iTw'-lI'nnt.'assuage thc grief of tihe
present Czar to learn that the--assasiu
of his father rejoiced irtooacoplhonic
name of GrenevistAky.
-T!.FE thermometer. Minthe 'President's
'bed room at Long branch registered
94 degrees'on Weditesday- afternoon.
It was hakly WOV-se Lhan "that in
TiRiF million dollars Were clet'ed
'by-t-lio Chicago speculators in the re
-Cent corner on whtalit. Aiil every
'body who has to eat flour at the high
price. it. is no4% selling would b) in
ifavor of hangiiig these speculators.
-81sNATOR 1-. -. IILT, lits had. two
operations perforined for cancer of
the tongue. The last time the sur
geons removed half the tongue, the
sub-maxillary glands auG -Ihe 'lowevr
-coatinag of (he 111t11111. It is hoped t hat.
Senator H[ill will recover. and that his
. iiticulation will not be seriously im
TIE Cicinnati Sutliern Railroad.
has been leased to the Erlanger Syndli
ente for tweiity-four years at all aver
age'riental of about a million dollars a
yeit. This Syndicate-'earies its trade
to'Ne1v-Orleans. 'There were a iumn
ber of bidders. The road cost twenty
jillion dollars and -was anl elephant inl
Gincimnati's hands. It is expected to
.prosper under'its new management.
A Ir. has been introdiced in the
Georgia .Legislature to abdtish the
iflice of schod] cominissioner aid vest
his dul ies in the Ordinary. This would
be a fatal mistako. The duties of the
school colru1iSilnn-e' 'ai' 'not merely
'iniisterial or executive, 'confined to
signing pay certificates. lie is ex
.pected to be thoroughly acquainted
with all the bralneles of education,
and to spend most of his time instruct
-iig teachers and supemisvig their
!%o'rk in the school room. The people
-generally have 110 con]ceptioln of what
the duties of the school commissioner
should be, and in some coities, even
in our own state, they elect inen who
Oclinot iIte a gam ma tical e ottor .
Instead( ofi abolishing the otllice the
G eor'gia Legislat ure should inacrease
the pay, and~ hold the cotuimissioners
to thoir (duties ill visiting schools. Thle
or'dinry would have nio time to (do
.any3thing but sign .eertitleales, and
schools, without suiper'visory control
'.Would sooli go to luin.,
''E N'TATE MILIT4)1 Alt0.4CDE~MY.
Its H iatot~y andi Valite to the State--Cnnot
the'Leglilttaro lReatore its Usefitiness -A
Strosng Appeal to ReolpniIta Door's,
.FoR 'T H E NEW.S A ND ulEin.u1.])
The11 advenit .ofgood gov'ei'rnment has
:awakened a-'groinOi'g interest in edu1
eational-matters throughout the State.
in every counity., un1der cap~able and
,1)ublic spirited ofileials, the free schools
.ai'e supplyiing r'udimilentaryv inlstruel
tlin, whilet TeaOlchers' institutes and1(
.Associations are' tri'ing tihe instirue
tor's ini tihe latest and1 miost appr'oved
;ithtlods of' teaching. Noi' is the in
ter'est of' the State limited to its puIblic
schools ; ietS 'osteringi" care' haus been1
extenlded to the South Carolina Col
.lege, w hose door1s halve aigain been001
opened.. JBut aniother', anmtl equally'
imp~lortanit factor1 inl State edlucati ou,
the South Caroli na M1ili tary' Academyi~
Is as silent. to-dayv as when, seenteell
pear's a'go, the flast corpls of' cadets hid
4ldieu to .its wa'lls and went out at the
commnand of' the State to unite its ?01'
.tunies with the Southern'i armies. In
view, therlet'hre, of' the prloiminuent 1)0.
Sitlonl which it ocenied an0( uid ini con
siei'ationi of tihe good( which it aiccoml
plishedl, it is hoped that aL biefo sketch
oft its historyv mlay not 1be11 uninterest ing
to tbose wh'io would illingly see its
av'oi'k of usefu'llnes's resumed, and who
wouild glaidly' aivail themselves of' its
thimorne andI pra'lctica1l instruuct ion for'
As earlyi~ as 14I, Governor J1. 1P.
Jti('lilardson coniiL'ved itiIhe idea of' con
yr'il ingi& the Arlsenaigl and1 Ciitadel buildl
mgs, the f'ormier in Columbia and1( theo
lat tel' im Chai'lest on, inmto iitiarv
schools, and lat the session of' thle Leg
islauture' in 1842, in his first miessag'e,
lhe warmully recoimmliende'd ithe phnin.
At'ter' mature considleration, General
1). F. Jamnisoni, chaliman of' the comn
miittee on Military A fthirs, intr'oduced
a bill carryingr out the views of' Gov
and1( apprfloprliating the sum11 twenity
four thlousand dolIlar's for' the supplor't
of the schiools, $8,000 f'oi' the Arsenal
and1( $16,000 f'or the Citadel, This~ suim
($24 ,000) was thle amiount anntually
paid by the State foi' the ser'vics of'
Arsenal andi Maigazineo oiardts. llv the
provisions of' G enei'id 3amnison's ') bill
these enlisted men wereo to 1)e dis'.
ehfarged and~ theli' duities traInsf'erried to
-the companiles of' endets wh'len or'ganiiz
ed. -The' work of' organizinig the
-schools was entrusted to a Boai'd of'
Visitors, consisting of Geeral James
Jones, Geeral D. F. Jamison, Gener'al
"W. J. Jlamim, Genei:al D~aniel WYallace
and Generial J. Ii. Means, with General
Cantoy, Adjutaiit and 1 npeetor Cell
eral of the State, ex-qptiio.1 At their
meeting In January, 1842, they' per1
fected (lhe organization by electing as
- pofssrsatthie Citadel Captlan W.
-Capers and J. E. B. Fley, and at the
Arsenal, Captain fler'ber't and Lieuten
-ant Matthiews. -Iules for the govern
ment of the Institutionls for'. the adisIg
sioni of' one hiumly'ed m ih ae
ticiaries. 'The Bo~ard ilso firiangie' a
-course of study in which, according'to
the Ihngtiage of their first reportt they
"aimed at a system ''of - educatii "at
once scientific aid practicali'and which
if their orlgifll-design is cflriod out,
vill emineutly qualify the ."cadets
tlere taugit-for alinosbany sittionl or
vonditioii nfi life."
' In addition to the rtilinentary
bratches -taught. in the coinnon
schools, Thetadets. were to receivo In
-st'ction in lithe history of' South
Cardifima, -modern history, Fronch,
.verv 'depArtment of 'lainthahatis,
booki-keeping, rhetoric, moral philoso
py',rclitechural and topographical
"drainilg, na1turl philosophy, chomIs8
try, geology, *ineralogy, botany,
civil anld military enginieering, the
constiltitional law of the United States
and the law of nations." This wias a
varied andicomidtiheonsive course of
study and requirell marnest and 'close
application to master its'dbtails.
Tihe cadets were also to be instructed
in the sMiools of tie soldier, company
and battalion, in the s-cieito of war,
the evolutions of the line and the dli
ties of commissioned oflicers. Having
'thus a'ranged for the Iental and
physical training of' the cadets, both
mslit tions were put in operation in
the early part of 1833. The -experi
ment then inauguirated was at an'carly
day to become a bi'illint success. At
first the Arsenal Academy at Colum
bia and the Citadel Academy at
Charleston were independent of' each
other, but it was soon fotind expedient.
to uilite them in such a manner as to
make the forimier a preparatory school
for tle latter. Tim> atdvaiitages (if the
1,borugh~ ining'ment l d physi
al, riceivedi't 'TIO institution were
quickly appreciatled, and applications
for adilssioni were so iinierous that.
additional accommodatdis became
necessary. The Legislature with
proi)pl aid wise liberaility voted tie
reqi'ei tliis o1' :xionev, and the
Arsenal and Citadel buildinugs were
imprloved and enilarged. Studenits
f'rom all seetiolns of' tile State were
brouight int.o close persoial relations,
and 1111der a strict yet salutary disci
plinie learied the fih'st and greaitest
lessoni of' cfvifi.ed lit-obediemmco to
conlstitutel. autthlori[t. Youngl" mien
f'rom all classes of' the commtil ity
were iecipients of' Its liberal and ilm
partial inst rtct ion. Its huld oi . pub
lic favor' wa1s, from its inceptiofl to its
close, marked 1111 d permi'ianienlt. $tich
eminent m it- s Jtnes, Jamison,
Ilan1t, 'Simuons, Young, l eans, Per
vin, Mag11rath, Pickenls, Gage, Wilsonl
1111( Conner were proud ot its success,
and walched -with jealous care its
oniward course. 1,ramhamt1, Colcock,
Capers, lrisnie, Lelaid, Tow, Ste
vetns, Thomtas, l'hiompson and Wi0te.
as tenchers, contr 1 (ated from 'te rich
stoi'es of their experiince an1d learn.
ijug to the training of the ?adets, while
lie highi-tonoed, lionorable lives, silent
blt potclitill], examples For good, im
pressed (' themselves indelibly upon his
And so for nearlv twenty-five y'ears
the military school'ol tie State pros
pered. E4ach anulconmmencement
sent its graduates into tihe 'great. arimny
of lifte prepared to take their plaees
and wherevev stationmed to do their
duty. At the bar, as teachers, 'in the
m1ie'red dosk, as Onginmers, as plysi
canils or as farmers. in w hateverI
sphiere their lot has falleni, they have
blein honest, highl-tonied, faithi'ul . In
war, as in peace, they have bein de
voted sons of' thle State, smid have shed
their blood &~colv ini hevi (cause.
TPhe Arsenald C'~olumubia was burn
ed in I8t;5, and( sinec the close of' thle
war, until a very r'ecenut peiriodl, theL
Citadel was held by the Uniited States
forces, durin'~ g w hose occupanemiv the
we'(st wing was burned. Theiore i's (due,
theirefore, fromi thle United Slates gov
eiinimnt a respectable sum for'm rent
aiid damnages. 'l'his amIn(nt-, it' ini
lossiSioni ot' lie State anmithlorit ies,
wioul be ample to reniov'te the lL builId
ings and mreor'g~mizie thle schol l. As,
however, the 'collcioni of' claims
against. tlc govenineno'iti(( reqires time,
w~ould it not, be advisable f'or our1
Le"gislaiturei to -aidvani - sum* 111 silleienit
to atccomiphlishm the immi iediate r'eopmen
ing of thie inustitultion, re-imibursinug the
amoount. whenou its claim agrainst the
United States is piidy
Governor Illaupi on took tlhc first
sleps towards the dlesire 'endoiib hv lie
alppoiitmient ot' a Iloiard of' Visitors
c'oiiposed of' gradnmates of' thle Acadioe
mm. Bt the hands of' this hloard aire
lt(d for wantt of1 the mieansi~ to carryi'
0ou1. thle object of' their cr'eationi. Will
the Legislatur ie furniish lie siews of'
aar,'" an i thus coinpily with t he popu
lari de(sire0 for the retopeingi" of' this
school ? Let us hope thai' ut the op
prioachinig session t his (questilon will be'
anisweredl aillrimativelv na substanii
tially. Onciie reopenel'ol, its (hoors wiil
nover' again be closed1. D).
DiED IN PnIISON.-Mr. W 's Ws Ward,
ai whbite convict. in the peniitenitiaryi,
ser'vmig out at seveni years' senitenice fi~r
a for'geryv 'ommiiitted' ini Williamiisburig
county a little mor'e thani a year ago,
(died very~ suiddenily oin Mond~ay night.
ie was sitting at the suipper table
wh len lie was stricken bowni withI ape
lexy' and( expitred( in a f'ew minutes.
The deceased wa'ms ini his sixtv'-first
year, and w~as a nian wh'lo, anutei'or to
his conviction of' the cime, was r'e
5pected by thle community' ini wvhich he
liv'ed. For' mianyv years lhe had held
poesitIions l'hloner' and1( t rust , ad o it
was thiinmg his terin of' oflice as sheii
of thle county t hat lie commiit ted the
for'geriy. D urinmg his trnial in courJ. he
wias so ianger'ed at thme daimaging tesli
nmny ot' the priosecuitor' that lie drew a
pistol anid tired sev'eral shots at his ma'
enser1. TIhiis causedl ai stampede of
lawyers, jlur'ors anid c'onstables. Thme
desper'ato pisoneri~ w~as (iverpower'ed
amnd dives0ted ofl his we'aponm, thlen coni
vie'ted byv a juriy compihosed of' the best
citizens otf the coumnty'.'-Registe.''
DENNms l(E~imNiY IN DISORIACE.
TPhier' is apparienitly an unsym'ipathletic
suspmiioniamionig the workinig men of
Sani F"rancisco thliI)enhiis iKearniey
hias succeeded in lining' his owni pock'
els as the i'esumlts of his ellbis in be
halt' of' the ''downtrodden friends of
toil". Al a r'ecenut mteetinmg at the
Sand Lot, thle agitator had gone tnc
furhei' than to say that this was the
onmly cotniiry in (lhe world wher'ea
poor1 mani camn get eniongh 1o eat, whein
lie was htmterupfed by cries of':
"Throw him ofl'ot' the lait fot i bc
lies, they get enough in I relmad:'
"HI ow about, that house you are build
ing -with tihe blood nioney of t ho
wvorkiginen ?" "Kear'ney, you havt
got your' belly full now ;" amid simnilai
untklnd and1( deiiive ejaculatiomns
Wheni or'der had beeni restored the ora
tor' wvent on with his nonsense about
capital ando habor, bitt It was nloticed
that lhe roared as gently as ainy suck
I-Pay youriu Nbscr'iptdion.
GAV~ERtL aossi)p. . j
--If the Republicans had the -salep
chance as the Democrats to control
the0.1seot9, the loudest howlr for
them to do so would be the New Yorik
-Dernocrats of Georgia and t 'o
ultltthould beware of mn~n who are,
unc1O u10oiottsly perhaps, Aj 'ing Int'o
Repu lWiian hands, under Orenback
-Riding' before breakfast oi -an
empty &tonach Is a Tallop to the grave
vurd. Nothing eki d be more htirt
'l. Eat'your breiUfat, awtit a bit
and then take a ride.
-Mr. Waterman's suggestion o'f
paying 611r leislatorj 4y the year is a
good one. W% e sitould have short and s
busy sessions then. Per diem is - an
inventioi of (he Devil.
-Asked 'what he thouglit of the I
frish Land bill, a cyniedl English
Ministerialist replied: "It is like0 the G
Athanasian creed; we all believQ in it,
though we do not, understand it." N
-One of the most Atilanlcholy of'
recent suIeides is-recorded of a New C
Yorker who i6st seven children--all
hio'had-and.theln, inl a turst of un
colItrolhlble grief, hanged hinrself.
-Tihe British are pra'itig for dry
weather. ''he Americans for rain.
We would like to get, rahi, bit will
not.'tiry for it. Let the Lord have I
his own 'Waiy dtid sinre us fromi a
fresliet. or a deluge.
-A beautifli, yoing, accomnplislied,
but poor -Lou isiaina girl, mnarried
that-Is sold herself-a rich Old 1man1 of
the most disreputable htabitm. She is
now Iuilg foti"Rivorce fi-omi the scmilp
and'Will probibly get it. And yel he
is I wor1se ntOW thanl when sl sould
-At the time Senator 11li had the
first operation per'orned on his
tongiue, 0110 of' the mally pro > lets ot'
.the-cotuuii'y pretlicted,, i.ti th -Neiv
York Suil, that i sebild Visit. 'would
be iade to the surgeon, and that the
ease was iniettrable. We trust and be
lieve talit this prophec. may prove a
false one as'to the -unti res'u It.
-Tire iS tmich uieasiness 'bn
eeI'truig-'s,6inator' .fi -. The Itece.ssity F
of 11 SeCOn I o)pe'ation 111)011 'his'tongu'6
siuggests grave appreliensions. We
trust , lowevi', that this iitie there
will be perfI'et, irestoitrationi. Geor~ugin
would suifler-I i'eparle loss, at. this
011n0, it' t* he elogI~itnt and power-ful
Senator slioiild be ori'ced -to retij"re D
from public li'fo.
-The Bartlett-Burdett-Couutts mar- O
ringe is (Its alluded to bv1, tle Londoni
Truth: '"A lap-dog, a led citivtie, i
slave to ti'O Wi Ilk led old conuer'or1 On
her y Ided e'r- Wihat a ipTsit ion fol at
1111111 to w'htoi lilis been giv'en1 the
sov.Teignity of I.Ii Vc Anld 'vhat fhtill
blinldne'ss in th1U1 Woailln who fhlits buys II
ieri liv'ilgX whiistl e, ilid piays for it in
the long rn mio 1ure deariy thlanit she
-,Johu W. a'rrett:, PresidenIt of' the T
Baltimore and Ohio Railroaud Compa
tty, its aiuiit1mced his iiteitioin of
liesonting the city of' Baltimoro with
a bronze t'tittltn to cost at Iatlst $20,
000. Tee fouintaini is now being- de
signed inl Paris, and the rtist has
been ins4tridfed to make it tlie hanl
somest int the Uiteol States. It will ,
be erected in Mouit Vernon plac,
near. Walshington01's monumtllent and nlearl or
Mr. Gar'rett's mansion.
-There has been a wonderfulflitd of pa
Egyptian 1tumin ies .reenitiv. Among r'
others, the r'eminiis of' tie grteo't 'Thot--a
mnes antd the Ph'laraohu who expelled x
the Isratelites frtomi Egy~pt have been e
bi'ought to light in ex~eellenit preserCiVa- me1
tioni-t hat is mtoie or less like diod ca
tinks thle intset'iptin a01%tnd papvr~ii St
wvhen futlly rea~td \v illi.inl all pr'obbhili t-, or
throw Ii tl'OOd of' light up~oni what 'is pc
now~1 alt dark l'hICe (0 E~gy ptologists atii
Sthe great toddle per'iod otf Egywptian la
htist ory~, whtki inel tides thle caipt i vi t y
anid exodus of' the Jews. 'i
A SCANDAL. IN OEF.Ny-'I.'EE.-,~I~em09
P. 11<oi-e-, M. Ait atttorney o'f long li
st ambntg at thle (.rieenvilIle har, imt ex --o
membhetr of' the Le'iklutarie, ex-comi- eo
itnissione inii i eqitty, ex--tiayir of e'
Grtei' lle, anid rler'k of (-he board' otf A
couiiv commiiissjoiners, hais beeni someit .n
dayi s iact~uti G\'e'i\'il le, antd it is a!
siulposed haus fledI th co tnutv u'o a void I
arre'i't oin a clharlge of' breach' (of t'rust se
with tiiudulenit inteuit. aund fi'audlent at
aainst. the countyv. It. is char'ge 1
lihat lie has sol I he samie eim1 to
mone 'fro the 'coun t and~ i apUtropri
atdit. Io his ownt uise. It is zilhegedl
that lhe hats dethultedl in the sumtt of
$2.000i at least San dryv chariges are) (
[Sinc thCle atbo\' Was plit ini typeii, itg
hias b'enti asceritinted t hal Alr i'Moore
('omm11it tedI1 sicitte by t ak ing laiidunm. 8
Ilie waIs found( dhd ini his bed't on
Th'lursdar tmor'ning. A c:oro'is juriv
r'endtel''d Ii.W'rdict in accor'danice ~'ithl C
lie in' s. The atliri hasu mail~le a pro
foun td impi'ession .]
-he i veir is (lie or'gant most speedi- "A
ly disorideired by tm aarial ploisonis..
Ayver's Ague Cur e exp iels t hese poisonts
lrOttn thtu sy~htum, tund is a ltosi Oxeel- p
letnt r'emedy f'or liver Ch compirints. * .
.Messrs. Williams & Itutledge, ( reeni
v'ile, S. C.: D ear Sir's--Thle pian'o ,
plttQlrichsedof ytlu gives cnt ire sat isthe'-;
tin, and)1 1 tnt-convined~ that it is well
wotth (lie pi'ce pahid& ,b
Very r'espectfu1y, --
(i'eeinwood, S. C., Feb. 7, 1i I. * nl
FROM TH lE WRECK i
One Tire Plate, one Tire Boendor',
one Tire Shrinker, three Screw
Plates, one Bellows, one Anvil, one -
Vise. One Boxing Machine, eost
$18.00, will be sold for $10. C.
tots of Oval, half Oyii R~ound(,
Band, Square anid Tire Iron ; )Hubs,
Spokes, Rims, Carriage Bolts, Tire
Bolts and all tmanner di castings, s'
TO BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF ,
ULYSSE d. bRtSPORTES. b
V E'"I I G-00
I 'AM NdW REdEIV1NO1 My
TOCK OF NEW
iu4LL AND I INTE
OODS, AND IN ORIER TO
[AKE -ROO1 'FOR 'E, 'r
TIE 6D) kTiO4 Ott
UMMER GOODS AT AND !bE
S G I I40M,
ONE OAR LOAD OF*BAGGY G
4 STORE, WHICH i AM OF
RItJNG AT 'GREATLY
THE ABOVE BAGGf1 IS
ISCOLORED 'BY 'FI'E AND
'ATER. I GUARANTEE IT AS
'RONG AND SOUND AS ANY
i THE MARKET. IV NOT AS
EPRESENTED, I WILL PAY
OR HAVING 1T HAULE DBACK
0 THlE STORE.
MAKi NG WATCH ES.
)efective Watch'Cases are 'one "of the Cllief
stes of so ninny watches not, being good
1C pieces. The CISS beilng 11tin nol not fit
ig well. adinit, Alust. an(d (irt, to the Inove
mn, which soon interferes with the running
rtsof th watch nwve.sitatiug cleaning, rc
1r1tig, &C., ni1:1 theO 01nottnt, that paid1 Ot 'If
.11l(d toward buying a geld cas *n 'thei h&i
mninig, would have iaved a ll this tirnuble and
pense. we hav reen ly seen ai Case -that
ets all Ihs 118' iil ieets, it. ha)vinug he'eti
-rie~l for 0ver LtVwent y yiears an1(1 stIll remains1
'fect. werdu el' to the'JAs. lBOSWh Pantent
iiie stallIt articles of the Jew~elry trade,
s':tssinig aIs 1t (d0e8 so many adtVint ages over
oilher wlvI h enzes, lheb ~a 'ude of two
'11y' la: (Is of solid gold over1 ai pilate of comn
:11ion. A nd wve (ndvi.e all r rendiers 10 ask
-ir Jeweler for a card Or entaltue I hat will
pilain t he mantuner .n whlieh they are madine.
it Is the nuly 'St in'/udd dia made1 w~t t o~
telS or goldi, zOeanirnhes lwndantsiiI, a nd ContreC,
11( Joiti.,i c li n p i . '*., all of wlh are
:err li by (1 i--ite~rnI The11eore bjit: no
w.tor I'<1 nit utiing .Jm t er who keeps the
iS 1tO04z' P'atent, Stifrenied Gsold Case, that,
ni 111:y learn I he tlferetie tni~eon It and
imit athons thati, (lalm to be epealily good.
1o -a & i illo' rei?slile 14 we rs. ask to
th le .wlrranit tihi1. neen'm11pa nies eatch case,
di don't hei persuaded(( tha 1an ly t oternmake of
so Is as goods ' ap ls.
30~TON -RECEI PTS PRO( MIS E
TO 1)e light and 'patlVies who e:n
lily in rceipt tof n1w -ml i r i
)ld low~h for ens11 Noivellies ill
el ini TJomato Sauce. Fresh
anikerel, one ponnd cans, fresh
Zinon, ohnO p)oundl( cansl, best
Irdines', Ocean (1(1m M8(kerel, fimve
->uha cans. Roast Beef, Corned
kof, Pineappl1e, Peaches, Apples,
tringless Beans, Tomatoes, Tm -
orted Oat Meiii, Quinees. A large
)t of Mackerel in kits and quarter
arrels off which I received a
rgo discounlt, inl conlsegnenel of a
istake in filling my order, wvhich
will give the public the benefit of.
ilgar, Coffeo, Tea, Syrups, Flour,
ocah, Tobacco, etc. Best Cream
'hoese now in stock. TIb arrive,
atlf eariload Sailt. Woodhnwvare, and
t1p1le Dry Goods.
A TRIAL SOLICITED.
RI. 1M. IEUEY
"OLD IIICKORY WAGONS"'
T WO JlOR~SE,
Itull n' orfment of wagottit, both IllON
ALE atol' Tl'lIMllIM SK(EIN8; now ini
ore. PltIGES alI out the shnme as last
aison. Every wagon wvarranlted for
elve muonthis. I havo on hand two openTI
ad two to > buggies, in Avhich I ofloer td
Irgainl One extra buggy liolo, With~
-ekc yoko, for sale cheap. Buggy anti
egon harrtes, I'ersey wagon )harneiss,
nglo wngonilharniess (saddle, tugs and
J. H. CUMMIINGA.
r Tlfe YTON.
rnw H FIID
CASI 1PRICES, j
THIRIE -XONTHS' ORDIT
%LIDDEN & BATES'
Sp oc ial Sll M er Of'e
FOR AUGUST AND SEPTEM-BER.
A little Cash Ndiv and the Balae
When Cotton Comes In.
During the months of August and sep.
tembr, we offer Pianos and Organs t
LoNvEST CASH RATES, payAble
825 CASIVON A PIANO,
id the balince in three months withoz!
interest. This offer expires Oclober ]st,
next. Buy now, and buy as cheap as you
enli next Fall with cash in hand. Nothing
gained hy waifing. Prices will be higher.
Another boom'is lose at hand. Mann.
flture:Ajs will not-be able to half suppil
the demand. and Instriiionts 'f'it -b
scarce and high.
WA1REi0OMS CHOCK A BLOCK
Nyw, 'vith ata'tnificent 'st6dk-alli from
old ind standard makers. Prices tlio
I %west. Terms the easiest. Two hundred
InstrummerAs to selet from. Best Makers
only. Our -ery Cheapest Instruments are
prfOetly' reliabVle. Pianos and Organs
ednt on fifteen days test trial. It's all we
aisk. Give us the lirivilege hnd we -vill be
happy. Send for test prico list, afid
ubhge, yours truly,
Ludden & Bates,
thii Crcat Plano and Organ Detilers of the
south. aug 9
F. Il. lABENIllHT
L AGER BEER IN Bdd'is
LAGER BEER IN BOTTLES.
LaAiER BEER IN BOTTIM'S.
B3ERGNEit & ENGE~L'S IAtOER
P>EER~ IN B3OTTLES AND UlN
1ROUT. SMi: ifHS .iNDiAN .PALE
ALE IN BOTTLES.
RO.BT. SMITH'S INDIAN PALE
ALE IN BOTTLES.
LAGER BIEERl IN BOTTLES.
ROSS' ROYAL BELFAST
GINGER ALE IN BOTfTiES.
CANTRE~LL & COCHRIANE'S
GINGER ALE IN BOTTLinS.
t3AILR1L BEST CIDER PUd. U
APPLICATlION FOR CH[AfrEn;
NOTORis hereby kiW'n Itt appli~a.
.tioni will be m~ad e to (ho Legisih..
turo of the-State of Southl Jarolina, at its
neoxt session, for a charter to construct
a rAilroad from soi isoint 'en the Char..
lotte, Columbia na A~hi ata Ranilroad,
beltween Clurnbia and VWjhnsboro, to
some poinit chat of Camden, 8. 0., by way
of Camden, S. C.
Aug. 3, 1881. WV. A. A NCRUM,
F. L.. ZEMP,
E. WV. PARKER,
.'t~ J. . 11AY.
--"SA %'iks baf. A~~~ . "
HA$- JU~TE SVP I
LO]Y)~42m o EAt, 4S
'01t.tEN PEAS, *P1UKIJ8
LIMA BHAAltS S& IDLiC,
"INE' FRESH ODJERJA V~ft ~ t
'NUT s,~Ss' - AND XflUAOTS'bF El'61N A'~ V~~A
U IL I., - t ' L,'OWP, A D ItL
Ef$R, IAALiA7 SOLD-IN' A 3ltOCIVY STORE.
VREY VW1VF. R. IVTKINAON, 1INW1AL
'VUAftlOTTE, -N. (3,
'(F o2 GN. J .' ENNEDY, Lie'utenant,-6v,;6 - I~t - k$IfA
~sa atro~~te ChrI6'to eu'~a~e CAMDJEN. .4, C., Dcoiiidr r7th, 18k.
We~apaton~ft'te Carltte evile.Institute it aft'drls;'nipleitsuieot6totiy to
thruh maiincnt of oiery deprt m~nL of It. TiIis ghtdwlt'dgels'dc~ivod trok~ila
visit to and inospetion 6f the izitiIo Strict attention is paid not oiilyl'tothe 'ed~
oaioq but hecalth and comfort of its ptpils. 'Its boweliko air iumvre"so' leom~
favorlt1b1y. ThOLJe Iev r. Atkfisn, wit1 the aid of his ableAd * pcowmp 1 heid corjk8
of assistants, pl'escnts ever4y indticemnt topab6ts vib'have dtiugftr to.4Unoatd. 'T
'6hall continu to j;attbnzo thoe hool. J. D. XEJNNE'DY.
. (From Filop. J.'F. LATiRn, Pu. D.,' of)W'idi'College.]
I can testify to the success'the Clirlotte Female Inslitute has attained Wiider ib
airedtion of Mr. Atkin son, who'hamsin the three . ears tha't ;hq has 'bein Zplinoi 2
raised this school to the highest 1400 goi eddcational institutions. He to
spared neither care'nor expense n,, securing the services of the most acedm lisheo
and experienced teachtb,'difd in'makinag the institute a cFo - ensd i
home for its pupils. No-atron ha's ever Visiteil'the idh16bbl 'P'o 'ginore thaT
ever pleased with the arrangements for the welfare of his daughters. i-dm belI
- resent at'Abne of its examinations and personally ins ecit'g ie vork'&f'the yusi
thereon, I know that'the instruction is thdrougla i Wd r' *a iery Igh grade. jt
Bidez, the Professor of Music, is regai-ded by liis'pupils, many of whom are amatelu
lady musicians, graduates in music at other institutions, as the most 3dvanoid aha
accomplished teacher of music that has ever coie South. J. F.'LA'1XMElt.
Sesdlen begins Septeniber?7, 1881. Terms-$125.00 per hillf as 86' , 'i'eluding
E!VEdRY EXPENSE to which the pupil is put, except for private lessions in $nu'id.
THE QUEEN BESS CORSET.
Th'o iQUEEN BlCSS" Corset and skirt Supporter is by far the moat comfortable
ever introduced. it is a porfect titting corset, and has new and improved shouilde\
Sstraps, eaily adjusted to aby d'esired lehflth. 1t also has the imbiensely popular
P'ATENT CLOTH I STEEL PROTE. TOll, which not otuly provcyt's bie steols frog1
iuuting, but also renders it impossible to break the clasps. Warranted in e'very par
Lieu lar. I'Olt SALE ONLY by
my26 J. M. BEATY & C6.
TO Tyk IA~bftg 01 FA IR FIELD (1 oUNT.Y i
H hAVE Just opened and have now ready fb~ .oiur ibs ection *8h' $y
arIgest and best seleCteor sto a of MIL INERI, FAN Y GOODS ANfl
MIrS. BOAG, with the assistanb f her ndW iillini; nIS of
Baltimorei intends >aring no paln il these departments; and wi 1ilepioplhi
and keep them full duiing the season.
A FiL SINE OF DR5S O O8, huttihno hily tIlinmilngs to instch. i
beat and cherapot 1in5 of CORSETS. Also a lot of Linen Ulaters and Unitehi'
DAViS VE1,TICAL FtOED
p"lain or heavy t;;d fin::lmhl eign g O4~
T 1,' t opene and taenw ed ol' anyonel hsecon 81t1' ,tl
it-bOth e a inchine and the ragb bf work It turl dcft.. Warratt toweni
AIR With atmh ot rst-cas nuIiimb on the mark: Two hunndr&ed 'of tlibs# Ma
Blimor ine ind ari Conty.iltee eatens idWT ~petl
.ALsc. Ia fWsTo?ma
C ep th , Pul biiIi e seaso,
A FieUL LI,00 fUOf otie Assob uemasi t'orn, o i
Crbers; Ch1eCb, Candb, f COSTSA 180 a lt ofs Liking -eesAnd Unhewi
Drl Goods,-fo ol'il or evall 11 iifl o n;
T1"fe 1 G71TQl VT-1 s~lluiy eto;; Tb A~v t mahetdbn *bra P