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TN9*8 .,AND RERALD,
WA NSBOtRO,. C.
*1.'aR PAN DA41Xa,- Bst.
ONO. S. kIsofls. AggeerY-ijrrop.
THE wirO if '*dniitor Alison, of
'Iowa, recely fried to'drsy nt herself.
An exchatige says,' "S6he was. par11y
insane."1 Y 'shoitid -say she'Was 'it'
MATTERS have cOine to'a pretty pass
in Europewhen the Czar and'Emper
-ertWflIam could not - ineet together
'in Dantzle without having had it pre
viously aunounced that they -woidh
not laud, because they feared the con
spirators wished to infalen'd them.
'GM1tAL GotDON denies the ti7u(h
' of the newspaper reports "bkit lJis
- railroad speculations, which ass&te'd
that he gave nothing'In retdrn for his
'hundreds of thousands of diollars. 'lie
hlas made a great deal of money, bdt
claims that it was all for value receiv
'STDNEy LANTER, the youn1 GedrgIa
poet, died last week in North Carolina
of consumption. Ho possessed con
1deratblae edihs, and was highly es
teemed. His cefitennial ode, sung at
Philadelphia, was a partial failti-e,
but he-had written other creditable
verses. Recently he was employed as
-a lecturer on English in the Johns
lop lins Unlversity.
AUOUSTA is excited oval' the charge
brought by a legislata -bonnltt's
that the dam across the Sivannahi
prevents the passage of shad ip the
river, as is provided for in the old
Treaty of Beaufort. The Chronicle
Irreverently deities that the shad is
good eating anyway, and well de
fends the dain at all hazards. If the
city cotneil-will only station a big
policeman at the dain to pilot the ten
der shad through the fishivt~ys, the
difliculty will be averted.
Tm hopeful accounts which Dr.
-liss 'lves of the President appear not
to be borne out-by the facts of the case
as given by others. A spiecal to the
News and Courier, dated Loig
Branch, September 11,-says: "All the
indications to-night are that. the Presi
dent has actually been growing worse.
Dr. Boynto- says-he is considerably
-worse to-night than yesterday, althugh
'the rest clairihe haA held his own. The
evening bulletin -appears to confirm
the worst reports. What 'has been
feared with the parotid gland has oc
curred, and nealfly the whole gland
has sloughed off. There is great in
Now that lard has reachel such
prices, why does not some one intro
duce a little cotton seed oil to tiy for
culinary purposes? It is well known
that this oil is shipped largely to Eu
- rope, and thetee brought back here as
pure olIve oil.:- .A gentle~unan just re
turnied fromt the West says he was re
liably informed that about haltf the
population of Memphis use it as a sub
stitute for lard, and are w ell pleasedl
with it. Cotton oil factories are
spring up in almost every town ins
Mississippi and Arkanisas, and thet
business is increasinig dailly. These
need be no more prejndice! againust the
use of olive oil, which obtains so large
ly hii Europe. We do not propose to
-commnit ourself to its use in advansce;I
but would not object to see the expe
riment tried, If it wlfl .help depleted
pocket books to meet grocers' bill.
THmE recent tise ins iiahnibal sind St.
Jo Railroad stock is a striking in
stance of the way they speenlate on
WVall Street. This road has ties e
paid but oneC dividend, anid it did nlot
earn that. A ring got hold of~ all its
stock except a few shares when it was
at sixty, and then iniveigled a tnmber
of operators inito ''selling short," that
*is selling for future delivery. Nowv
that the time for delivery is at hand,
the sellers find thant the ring has aill the
stock, and will not dispose of~ .It ex
cep~t Itson own termis. The price has
already run up -to a hutnd red and twven
.ty-flye, and no onse knows how high it
Will be pulshed. James Ri. Keene Is
said to-be-short about ten thousand
pocket nearly two million dollars al
ready. As he has beens chiefly instru
mnental in getting upl corners on whseat
.antd other produce, no sympathy need
be -wastedl on himu, le has beetn
caught at his own gtae.
HfR News, and Courier and Con
gressmuan Aikens go each to extremes
it their controversy over~ the merits of
the colored farmer. A number of
snccessful colored far'ner~s can lhe
found In any county, lBut as a race
they are deficient in administrativE,
. - billty, and they (10 best when under
some Intelligent direction. Coloniel
Alkent is right in the cotntrast he draws
betweent farming in 1860 and int 1880.
The Increased v'ieldl of cotton is at the
exp~ense of ant almost enutire abandon
ment of breadstuffs and pork raising,
-Fairfld, for Instance, Is the fourth
county Itn the State in ptroduction of
cottons; yet many other counties sur
pass her In prosperity. When a ponnid
ot cotton can not buy a pound of bacon
somuethinig is wronig..
Again, out of the half mIllion bales
of cotton raised ins South Carolina, at
least a hiundred thousandi are required
to pay fo'fethlizers, whereas before
the war te utse of commnercial mans
utros was compatratively unknown. By
the time that corni and bacon and hay
are paid for. wvhich were formerly
produced chiefly at home, It will be
* seen that even the magniticent crop of
belf a million bales does tnt realize as
. much R ias ilar crops befiore thtowats.
tive If brought within Intelikeit cot
trol; but the only way to secure this
syttetn is to Introdtice Chinese .ftb6r.
Chinese laborers-worki ings under I
a boss, anid tfidy 'heco'mplish a great
deal ndi'thiWlf'each 1zidI~tdual Were
' 2'H5TA2'SC APATM4. '
)6w6'ift Ub0i4p -about Columnbla-flo s a
-am1itdioh'for tibe'N46hnal Seholarships-.
'TheSstAdniatentary- A Nic. Quetlou
'-061 0"t.,A Very Sud- Death.
(CORREbPONDENCE OF TLHE NEW8 AND UERALD.)
CoLUxaIA, September' 12."A singu- f
lar feolimr crceps'bver ile ad I'c t'm- t
plate the work of'i0riting'u letter 'Or
a Winneboro. paper. There-are - many 5
men in And f'otn that old burg f'Mfoli .C
dear to me. I could natmie-them, too,
'but there is no occasion for-it. 'In the 11
memorable days of '76'! iet the met N
of Fairfield everywhere-in the rooms t4
of tie Exr-eutive Committee of tho j.1
'Democratic party-on the hustinge,
where they demanded that there ,
should be a "division ot time" lit talk- '1i
Ing to the uote'eiglas--in the "red'o
'shirt" Wocessions, with gallatit Major ' d
Tom -Woudward tit their head. Everv- .a
where they were waited and could (e 1
of service to theState, the men of Fair- fi
field have been like Napoleon's' old i
guard, "ever- ready". But if I coif
tinue talking aboui the -men of Far-'
'ilel, so many of wlhn I haive tmet, t
althoigh I have ilever set foot upon (I
the soil of the grand old county, I iv
lan't-.1ind pnitee torgive you the iews v
frotn Columbia-which I believo is all it
you desire. Well, to commence with e
tle local news of the capitol, General it
John Brattoi, who, by the way, is to b
he the next Govertitli'Of South Curoll- t]
*hh, hits entirely recovered from his 'r'
inadisposittlon, and is ntow at. h% p0t i
In tile 4omptroller-gener)A's lce,
hard at work. t
There was att exanination for five r
slholatrships in the .Nashville Normal it
School held laitre-last we,k, aid among 'i
the number, raniking among the first, d
too, in his exaiiation, -wias M r. R. p
W. Caldwenl of Winnsboro. 1 regret r4
to he called 111)011 to announcee'in cona- I
nection with this examination a bit of .
trickery which was unworthy of tlhe T
old-time South Carolinha youti, aid
.iresents but a poor example for the A
cdnting'men who are to rule tle desti
iles of tits once proud commot
wealtlh. A youinlginaf who hd a yeur
or so ago paissed a very creditable ex- c
amllilnationi an(1 had Scutred his scbolar- "
si) in the sameo University, cam to
Columbia, armed with a letter written
by himself, eidotrsiig a younger broth
er, amId represented himsel 'to be that.
romiager brother. and stood his exiuill i
niatloti'. At ithe close one of tile pro
fessors recognized tiae impostor ats Ia p
friier applicant for exaniat tionl, and A
apiwoachel him aid ofeed him his A
hand, whi. h wias refus-d-the voung p
gontl n teigning ioln-neqaiittanet I,
vith the protessor Who lad enmitfed
'hil at C1, or two ago. Sich Iellm
have 110 l'triht to represent South Caro- I.
litn anaywlhere, let alone at anl institu- h
tion of learning whicl i"S to (turn out "
the ftture teachers oT the isiig genent- (
The hoard of directors of the South
Carolina Peniittiarv were ill sesion
here for several daIiys last week iad f
amiolig othelr uttelusions it arrived at al
I as one to the efect t hat no mre t1
scipl firoma wiild--cat.l Iraiods iluih
were wotrking and killmg conv~icts (j
should be recn'ived tor' convict k
'hibor' la'rettler. It iumfst be ,
'''inolleV down"a', 01'r l iio atieed i
coictts to be phi~ced in Sioek
aides 111id1kept like cattlettn a penli, anid
I be 'onici s are8 lI to be~ 'trait ti huitei~- in
hv theni. Your I coiresponident inisistedc c,
upon01 this two yeatrs ago, andto if you h
.w'ill algiee not to to aiccuse mie of1 egot- ei
istt and1 willI excuse meI fit' say'ing ii, Ii
he n1 as lhe thl't ianf Whto ''klukeet up~ *,
the dlust'" which bt'&tnght ab.'tit :hl'e
"'cruelty in vest igation"' ini the Legis.a
Shinle for' seveial \rr 'lpaS115 t that ai V
pat cci of mena who are 11 ini e'tsted in rail.. r,'
road schei'tnes shlonuld . have coti Iol led
largeQ convi'et force's to bui~d theil'
r'oaids anad pay the State aboaut ,iine- si
third of' lie value of that baaloi. The 4
.n or'thy sulperiiteendent, not1 wit htand
mlg all these dr~awbaicks upon himl,
imakes at tine show)inganthipni
elta isat present ai selt'-sust ati iitig,
siitutlin fotr the State. 'lut I thaniik
-JIhovah I thait niich wh Io inlsist utfon i
iitiig "wor'thiless conieit latbor" will
hiereaiftet'huv~ e -1o pay3 SuthLi Car'oli na a'
reitasonable prlicet fori it.
Th'lere hias been ai temipest in a teapot
abutt~ h e Calumiat po'st-umee' itint +
the jimst t'vo at' thee <bilvS, ab14)om lie
dischi-ge' ol'ta colao ed( <h-liVertinig clerk.
Therel' has beent tan etlt'trt poii thle par t
ot soime at' the ''dr'ami-shiop poli tiianis"
antd the~ newtsplliptrs to miake a sensiai
has prIoveni a dead failure. Nobody i,
hikes any' iterest ill thle afhijir, omtid'e
of' a v'ery polite aiid accoannaoadatitg
black 'm'an who pliIdes hiimslfltup)on the 'S
fact thlat ''his faily werel' onice the' "
prpryof theo laeC llin. Jlohii . '
Prsoan oldt school Virginia gentle- "
meni wholi spent the baest t wo-irdsiol of'
his lifeo ini SothI Ciarol ina"l', ani d sain' -e)
at hais frienids, anid the worthy coloried
mastteir savnts Ihe cler'k was inicomiipetent,
andl the cilerk dieclares that W~ilder' call
ed( htis frPienIds "igger's"-and1( thatt'S
all there is about It..
In closinig my1 lettei' to THE: Ni'ws
AN) lIER h), I have to amlion neec to1
vonp reaiders the dath of at'nei ot' the
loelie'st women~li it hats eer been mvt
fortitne to mieet. M~rs. WV.8 Iltamer',
the ebbto't dauighten at' Attorney~-Gen
erial Y'oumant~s. (died (il I~tidaty anIght.
Teatnmoniths and~ one day3 alga'J stood
near the fir bride in old Tinity'
Church. Sheo wasi theni anad talwav's
has been acknowledged by her fiils
andto acquiniitances to be aono at' the
lov'liest chara'cters in the eitv'. A no- o
ble Christianl woman. Cotdd I say
mare? Would those whose heoarts atie
bleeding ais I wvrit~e these lines, have
mec pay3 hot' a greater tribute? Site
leaves an infantt tein days old. Shotuld "
lhe inhietit tils (dead mther'i~is vir'tueis.
Sonth Carolina ill otto day1 be proud *
of the boy' whose birth cost so mutch.
Th'ie funeira l'erices were~a' held at
Tr'inity chnreth onl Suniday aifternloon.
~J. C. IU.
--Theo lIver is the0 or'gan most speedi
ly dhisorderedC by mialarlal polsonts, c
A yer's Agne hure expels these p)oisonIS
troml the sy'stemi, tttid is ft most excel
lent r'emedy for' litor' com par'ints.*
--"What would our11 ives sa , If 'J
they knmetv wvhere weo ar&?" said the
captahlr of # "downt easf' ichooner',
wh'len they were heatinug aibout in a
thich fog', f'earfuh of' going ashore..
"Illum'ph I I shouldnl't. inid thait,"
replIed the-mlate, "Itif we onily knew
wher'e we were pur'selves."
41*iEme WORKi OP 2IH PLAME$.
1rtt Fires In l1Iebhian--Towns alrnod
'nd Harvested Crops Destroyed-- huany
DV'iROIT, Sept. 8.-Tolg1i'aph cbin
uiication ise'ntirelv cut 611' wilb the
obise partst f tie-buint i'egl6u of thi
tate,'so that rep'orts are et sone
;hat frag tentArv andit is hoped e.
tled,'ut tiere are 'many fedfe
t'rthe worl'lhas tiot vet beei 'it~id.
'he 'desti'tion of Pichmondvllie,
tll Ilioyugt~nrtv, is coifirIned.. The
illagesofCao 1' C1arlestb1jnaIld TI
ra, are repoi'tet to be (0111pletely de.
troyvd, mid Asliley pairtly s8.. ''lhe
)wi-ships of I)Aware, Nunken. A i.
in, intinclaifcountv.. and 3inylutin
110i'ttitr antI il'aris. fu 11uroh'duitr,
reirile (tovelr and destloved. Tie
rops inl these towliships vd a.0 -ll har
ested and tiearly all al'e 06w 'lost.
The renains o' a ifmly of' svei,
amed Redmotid, wero fouiid in a
reli near Chnriestoi. they havhig en
red the well for 'shltei aiid .beiig
tere Nigthutei. 'iliTWO fire i dre
niin's ot le)ry CoWe Were. also fou ld
t Charleston. aid a imily na iied
ttstita 'i 'Paris towlnship). and Mrs.
4iebert and hier -tlirce clihi tretn were
vertakon hy the flames and brniied to
entI. Ill Watertowit towliship
tiother faunily named Deiiisoi haive.
Is believe<),. been burned, Tiv'o
timilies iamd Tlhornton aind Le, it
t'eared, Cfl a prey to the flam1es.
Near Rieirmonidville there was a
ale uarryiig the ire with a 'rapidity
at often preveit6d escape. Ys(
avy afternoon the direction of the
'ild changed and this, it is. fea'ed,
-ill adai'ieWv destruction by sendin
ie lates over' Ilie 'gdtiois ' t Inhat Ni(
claped. It was mi'h cooler last
igilt, ,whiel is in that respect tavor'a
le, but the wind'Is high arntd the couLn
'y helpless. There aRe ito signs .of
tiln, Without which there seems to be
The boiid ot'tade, bf lliS'9ity, yes
d'lty appoiited a coininittee to solicit
lief for file destitute Col) Inunities, as
is very evident that a large work in
tit dirvt-ion 'is at our doors. Hin
reds of fitrnilies have lost all their
roperty and thi year's eroUs, and are
-duced to a coti itiil of absolute and
LoNw i3.Aocii, Sept. 9, 9.15 a. in.
t the exalitinati6n of the President at
(his morinig the tempenitiire wah
1.6, pilso 100, respiratioi 17. The
m(litioli of tle parotid ';Itrid Ktrd
01111d ire itiuplro1iig. lie was some
hat wakeful during the ndight but not
srless, atad slept, 'sutilciently. Ene
ata hnd stinulants have beei sns
-nIled (dt(ri'ng tle past thirty-si.:
murs. Oit the whole the past tweniv
ur hours give evidence of ftvorable
LONGx BRANC1, Sept. 10, 6 p. i.
t tle exatninatioi of the President at
im. to-day, his temperature was 98.6
tise 100, respiratio'l 18. At 5.30 this
tidin.r his temperature was 98.7,
Ilse 100, regpiraion 1$8. The Presi
int. hits takeii a great er ainnohnt of
ld with some solid food, and with
oire'MeY'lis han i1r several days. ills
miieral coiidition is quite as favorable
J.nn...-: O1tGANs.-T heire aRie miak e'rs
ho seek to carn and fix a reputation
r fiest class work which shall be 'or
I tile. A totin these iiav be noted
'0 ALanderssohni Pia o ' oui':upai ,
aniufact urers of the popular .Jubilee
rgans, which arec raidily becoinirng
iown i, ii which (10 not fail to h-ol'd
'fry fifch ol groiud they enice occupv.
> thrornough i's thle Iinspeelion t' tihe
trius jatrts, and ot' the whole-, thant.
hent ani instrinent goes ont of the
>USe) a gitaraniitee t fiive year's-hmgin~
iioughi to bireak down atint wearii tt
inser. TIhe Jub ilee )i gin is cni -
'ut I v an organ lotr thle people.
M /La for the M a lileW!
3O Ci~iA 'S BA LsA M of 811 - l K( t .
.ittiv6iy Rtt'tores theC ningtii. i d is ille oii1
Ab.soltw Cur" uor D~eaers Kinown.
TIhis <-jil is ext rac e i fr'inia i een i r
Y. Xhlow tSdr, i"dwt as arc/ier do,..
idelelli. I.very' Chine.s' tishI rniiir
:aigwere diiscovered by3 lidd I-i.
riest about tihe year 1 'in its cuIt S wer
.tnlo'isa. tiri the remiedy' was 011( i. H
rechlimned -over1 the enti're Emps irte. I ti
w. blcamie Ino unijversal that for' OVO.' :0.
hbiheih peoipl'. 8elt, e 'arI1es pi-..pa. d.
111.3y address att si per Ibor t h ,
oily importedt by HIAYLocRt & cd.,
1ke Wents lior Ame'rle t. * Die 8... .\e .a i .. .
'In F.er41on lly lestify's. bJoLth fr-im t'jperi
Atitnrng the manyII ltieers of tie )Reridef
priobable thaittnutmber's area afliiet ci n il e.
L'afnessil~, and to suclnb it maily be skiili:
Write ,.it on14'e to Haiylock & Cb., 7 Deu
treet, New York; Lneloxatng $1. and -,o.
ill receive by% returt n a remaiedy thatt 'will
11able you to her ' like any body etsa 1, g1.1
hose curative cff'ects will be pt-rlmnenlt
mj w ill neovei r rLt doing so "--- Ldlor
Mercanile Rerieee. . in 25-3mi
?ROM Til3 IRE(CK
One Tire Plate, one Tire Bender,
no Tire Shrinker, three Screw
laeone Bellows, one Anvil, one
iso. Ono Bloxing Machine, cost
18.00, will bo sold1 for $10.
Lots of Oval, half Oval' Round,
and, Square and Tire Iron ; Hlubs,
pokes, Rims, Cart iage Bolts, Tire
olts and all manner of castings.
0 IE SOLD REGA RDLESS 01F
.. ULYSSE 0.- D1NSF ORTES.
I AM NOW IIECEiVING MY
STO(K oF NEW C'
GOODS, AND IN ORDER TO
MAK1t ROOMT FOR THEV, I
'ijumE OLD 0|Ot& Oy
SUMMER GOODS AT AND -BE
LOW CO T.
UA fG ING,
ONE CA'R'OAD OF'nAGGOING
IN STORE, WHICH I AM OF
iFERING AT GREATLY
.REIDUCED l PRIO16EN S.
T7HE ABOVE BA.GGING IS
DISCOLOR'ED BY FIRE AND
WXT'ER. I GUARANTEE IT AS
STRONG AND SOT;ND AS ANY
IN THE MARKET. IF NOT AS
REPRESENTED, I WILL PAY
FOR HAVING IT HAULE DBACK
TO THE STORE.
eD ZE R.,
MAKING W ATHEIS.
Defective Watch Castes are one of the chief
(!auses of so 1n1t1y \vtel:es ct bing good
AImet ple.e's. Tlie easos h Ilg t ti'nd It ot fit
itItg w(ell adilit dust tin tilli to the 1.1. ve.
ment, wlilcl soon interferes wi the running
l)arts or the watch ntce!Sitat ing (eleanin g, rc
pairIng, &*c , ah :1 lihe niinteArt, thus pai'd ont, If
aipilit d ItWni dI h)1 g a gi d case. Il trte be
g~nn1tig, wortld hav' inveuJ all tl:1s trouble and
e~' pensie. We have tcently acen a ceese thact
meets all t lese' reqrn entis, it havirig beent
sari1e~ Toy' ovtc r twell y' ye l)'Oirt n still r" intlis
nortI(ee . \Ve refer to I le JA 8. 50.%' Patent
StIffene'<(Ic Golc Case', wheiii h s bine on~i' e
ci I th e jul.p' an tidAeh ot the J.:welry trIle111,
-o.esing a- it do~es 11 1ghany1 Pdvan!lt gesi over
ill ('i1.01 r . ie ch t , bilh g 'nindle of tn'o
heev3~*' j'-hit o CS oll'd Sgold (ee a l i ICof corn
'051t lop'. A: i i we - nilbeA our' r'eaderis to ask
ihi .J. W' e tr liri a carid or emaiotiue thait wilt
*1'1:-i11 th tb' in: .r"- n uhi'' they ale me.
It I. the ane.' stifli~e d Case mliade wit hi two
ba i's o g.hl, ti.s ne p" '-tanit, an'd CI centr,
''lhi J- inets tc.n~t iii pt e. & ,e Oh f wlej ril
.eor ree Iihv let tcrs il pa i 'lee !'T e i 00 hmi 110
S'a!-' -etA!e (' U: lIi n - .' u . r ler vii w h ej's liii
y'i Ii I .3 'U Pil rn i t ih <linl . e b ) I' 'ell It andi
a fInlil-i h ei te: -e b-' . quea lly good!.
' ieee by c 1'h r * 1 0.11 e ii h .II w ISr. /sk to
soe the w Ii I t /et'it ner'miipa tds Caei e. i--',
iatirl e'ln't he pr i:- t'et hat111 tel y3 t Iher ml::t: o:
case ia aVS gte'd. aii p!.
COTT"ION I' CFIPTrs Pli0MISE
T(. he 'i.hIt :n 1 p Irti0's fV' e n
'ih w.I~ill rei: i/.! highe1( pr'!ers8 1..
sol cilow. Ilor c'Psh. N elCt ie's iln
cann~t e nods. Brloi'.ed fresh Mack
01e0 inl TJointo () Ancel(. Fre'' h
Maciiki el, <ne ic e'nd cenr, fleshl
Salmon, <rE' ( t<id e:in', best
A toti ichfl Fiu dlin. 0, biest lIm pol ted
Sardint a, Occ: n) Ccito M else~ el, tivn
pound. etnal. Rot at Bt e, Col nedl
Beef; Pineapple, Peaches, Apples;
Str'ingless Blians, Totmatoes, lIni
ported Oat M~eitl; Qineects. A large
lot of Mackelel in -kits and quarter
balsI off which I received a
Ilrge discotint, in consequetide Of a
miistakei in filling my oider', whlich
I will give the public thht bobdfit of.
Sugar, Offee, Tea, Syr'tips, Plout..
Meal, Tobacco, etc. Best Crotin
Cheeso now in stock. To arrive,
Half carload Sailt. Woodenwvare, and
Staple Dr'y Goods.
A '[RIAL SOLICITED.
IL M. IutEY.
"OLD 1c10i0'1 WAdON~S,'
A tiill assioriniCdt H Wingont, both IRON
AXLE~ and Ti'llMB1LE' tkRJNS, nlow in
store. PRICE> a) oui thle 551mo na5 last
s9'reao. Every wagon Garr'anted for
twelv eirntha. I havo 6 h it~d tWbo en
and tu o t< p bnggies. in wich~ I off'er ai
bargainc Onfe ext ra buggy pnle, wivthe
ne(ck yoke. ter sae chee'p. Ungigy and1
a':gen5. heelness, .JerC~ wn11,lon harness.
<ingei wi gon harness (saiddle, tugs and
L IDIN &BATES'
Special Siimer OWer
FORAT kUGUSt AM; SIE MBER,
A Little Cash Now and the Baldhie
When Cotton Comes In.
Dhiring the months of August and 'Sey.
teruber, we efter Pianos and Organs at.
Lo n.ST CASH RATES, payftable
825 CASH ON A PIANO,
.10 CA$IfON AN'ORGAN.
nnd the bhalnce in thr e months 'toWthoui
nturest. Thisi offer. epirpi Och1 ber Jst,
next. B1uy now, and f'uy as cheap as yon
can next al' with cash in hand. Nothing
gained by w. iring. Prices will be higher.
Another boon) is %lo'e'at hand. Manu.
acturir4 will'not-be.able to half supply
the demand. and Instrfiments will be
scarce und high.
WAREROMS CHOCK A BLOCK t
Nbw, with a mat.-nificent stock-nil from fi
Old and sttndard makers. Prieom the 9
I vest. Terms the easiest. Two hundred '
lustrunei.ts to sele,: from Best Makers
-nly. Out- yery Cheagiest fnstruments are
perfectly reliable. Pianos and Organs
sent on tirt -en daIys'test trial. It's all we
ask. Give us the privilege and we -vill be
happy. Send for latct ptIce -list, -6nl d
oblite, ybtrs frnly,
Ludcr N: Bates,
The 'Orct 'lano and Orgai Dealers of the 1
8ou10. aug 9
LAGER BEER IN BOTTLES.
LAGER BEER IN BOTTLES.
L AGE R BEER IN BOTTLES.
EisiCNEfl & ENGE~L'S LAGER
TEt .N BO''"L~FS AND) UK
RO]BT. SML31H'S JNDIAN PiLE
ALE IN BOT TLES.
LR) 1T. SMI'] I'.4 INDIAN PALE
A LE 1N BOT TLN$.
LAGER BitNR IN BOTTLES.
ROSS' ROYAL BELFAS'T
GINGERt ALiE JN BOTTLES
C'ANTDELL & COCHRANE'S
GINGER A L~ IN BOTTj.tES.
I3ARREL BEST CIDER PUT ON
APPLICATiON FOR Cit-R 'Nit
N OTIE isherby gventhat applica
Lure of thme State of South 'arolina, at its C
next sesHsion, for a charter to construct
a railroad from some~ point on the CThar
lotte, ('olumbia anid Augus a Itei~road,
b~etween Colunmbn n'nd Winnaboro, to
some ,p n~t east of Camden, S. C., by way
ofCmdn. 8. C..
F. L. EMJir,
. E. W.: PAIIKAR,
- - ': T. HAY.
aug 6--tx3m- -v ,
IA JU NC VN FRBE H LIESU UF CA11E G.dS, O~iTdi
STRAWBEIIRINS, TQ'ATId ,
'GREEN PEAS, . . pPIQK S,
'LIMA BEANS, -IEO,
FINE FREWS CIDER AND VIN GAR.
8' , $$ NCE AND eX'TRACTS OF LEMON AND YA&iLL',
FINE TABLE SALT, VERY' FINE bi0Lla 8,
"FLOUR, MIEAL, SOAP, AND ALL
GENE RALLY SOLD IN A'GROCERY-StTONE.
A.G GI'V r4 --M-E A
ulE gImOTTE REALE ITITAT
RV. WM. R. X iM0'N, P!I0NCPAL
'VUARLOTTI, N. C.
[Fiom diN. J. D.'KEE')NiDY, Lihutena'nt' Gvenof of eg$t
CAMDE.N. b, C., D-embr oti,.JQ,
As a patron of the Charlotte Fo pitilu'te it afi'oas to.ee' i a fy ot
o6Vough managennt of every delartmient f...iL Tl1is raIdwledge is dived frotaA
sit to and inspection 6f thy sjq tv1 t.iricfatntibi' is paid not oly''o the ed'i.
tion but heAltb and coml rt f its pup 1Its homjelike air isapiee !mo niqt
ivorably. Tho'Itev. Mr. Atkinson, with the aid of his able' kad accomplished cotj
assistants, presents every inducement to pa'rntr'who hsvai''lif l4ters o 'dUcate. I
[Al-coutin'au 10-1 attonizo the sohool. 3. Ji- ENNEDY.
. 1rom 1no .'p I inn, I.D., f n
I can testify to the success the thrlotot Feinale Institte his.atia'd ar t6.
irection of Mr. Atkinson, w)ino has in the three . e'ars that h is been piinci"aI
ised thils chool- to tileyhigfie'st place among .ur ed4ztiogal ,na4tuns Ho h's
pared iither care' nor eipense in securin th servlcns of tie most abe6my'ished
ud experienod te-achers, And in'making tHe 'idstitute a emmfortable and pleasayit
ome for its pupils. No patron has ever visited the school without'beinrg more tha'
ver pleased With the arrangenents for the welfare of his.'daugldis. From beirig
r. sext at nome of its examinations And personally insfect.ng the work of the p Ils
iereon, I know that the instruction is thorough er d. of a ery hih grade.D
'idez, the Proftssor of Aiusic, is Icegarde by h,14 y olb ae amae,
fk . t-"Pu, B. r PP i ;on% are uhinakkir
idy musicians, graduates inaliisi'ai ot)(er intitious;,4 d te mpAt- 'ya'nced an'd
3complishtbd teach'r 6f music that has ever coie i. J. F. IMEIt.
Scslen beilhs September 7, 1881. Terms--$125.0 per half sessioii, includink
YLILY EXPENSE. to which the pupil is put, 6xcept for private leas'ons in music.
THE b41QEEN BESS" CORSEi
r IH 6 m m &ra g i
sit i F/\ '(p 2 MV / \I
Th e "QUE EN b]?gs" Coret and Skirt Sul p irter is by far the most comfortablp
ver introqued. -. It i a porlect ,uiuing cor, ., and has new and improved shoulder
traps, easily anjttsted to any desired leng'h. It also has the mnaensely Fopaili
AT ENT CLo1 H STEEL PROT.TOP, w! ich not onxv .' 'e a eels fro
ting, but aOo rentlire it im possble 6 bhat tho 6tasps. VW r ht ed in every par
iiIIhr. FORt SALE ONLY b .3ET '
iay 26 . A Co.
1'O THE IADIES 0.P FA1Rt'kIA' GO UN r
JX. V_ MtOpened1 RF~l u V$ reafi' for' your inSii1 ojo o)Pk'0
11,tk.ttc Jmbest sclect(1bd Atocs MLANER'l FAI G0ODS ANb
OTIONS ever~ brought, to this polacu.
MIRS. BOAG, ith the assistance of her new i ltin'er' Uf Btid i.o
laltihnorc, iuntenids sparinig no pains ill these (epitlltnlits, afid Will rgu1ellisi
nd keel) them full during the 8easoln.
A FULL LINE OF DI4ESS GOODS, . - -
est and chicapest line1 i C0RS1'8rS. A i lot of Linngets t.0 pd Under
D A V I iE R T'I C A L. PN E D
S n he Market for plain or heavy and fA'no family sewing. ONE
TrIOUSANI) DOl1JLARS REWVAI) to alivyAon Whioan o.. teW'h
-both as a miachilne and tho range of vok any .trloe$ who~a 4 tomt weath
11th anly of. the first-elass machino on the mai' t a ie t tos wear.
hineis ini use ili Fairfleld County. leeM,
Ar flke 'ot -tP~ing~~~ ibn Sets 8 ede corn, O , hts'' 1 e'
'ob~acco, Cigars, Bedsteads, Mit e$.eb o a kn neCewn
To ari'ive, 1500 fe 6fGo -C.ewle
'Dr Goods, of all ikindah -Mironeri etc d
>a of Spring-Goodt4.. , * -aro o
mar S .... . .DOG