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r%E.xWS E D.,JBRAED.
MANNsnoRo, S. C.
-- 1- JYJ
r ter.&YOLDS?, 4msocipTic EupTon
The Dead President and the Living
I"''le eud Ifi come. President Gar
field breathed his 1ast inl the litte cot
tage at 41lbo4.on op Afolay night at
half*-palst far'elock. A brave battfle
has beeln m1iade with death, bill. the
kinig of t:7..a;f has again Iasrtd lim
nmatchless,Iinl,IRty aII14 cuiai'ed his viC
fill, while a broig ypliii
vorld looks oin poworjss to save....
Oil fthe secolid 'dit of July last "s
Presldetit- Garfield stood inl the debot
at W1a8infgtoll, the 8sassinl crept be
hild hIeii . ired the ftal shot. When
it was firs'tmannoniced that the ball had
passe)I flirdligh his body, his recovery
was ilespaired of. But subsequeit. d
velopieints;proving the error of this
diaiglosis, hope revived. A first re
lapse gave no specigil alarm, but. whenl
the secoid come it was evideit to ill
but th ii''t hopeftll dhat his cliaices
were desperate. Thus, vibrating be
hweon lfi aid death, hie lived on, a
Imliil s.cpeo.IaIo of fortitude anld
hokoisin ithat mde'all the world wion
der, and Imlitdefor him entrane to (lie
the iilerIthcarts of men into wihiclh he
colild otherwise have coie.
President (Iartield was anl illust rious
example of the possibilitics of a laml
like orti-s. A poor, illiterate boy, lie
paced fle tow-path of the canal, mid
thenlce by f'orce of talent, eeiergv, will
and-thirst for knowledge Ie becamle in
sN.ccession plpil, janitor, si ldent, pro
fes"or, njir-gtleal, Coigressnan,
United Sates Seilatorl and Presidellt.
At .jie timte of his nom1illationl lie was
fillifg his cightli terim in Conlgress, ai
had already been elected to the United
States Suato, to succeed Thurmani.
Ncfer befoure has any 'olte held theme
threc honlorlable positio I$ at one Id
the same tme.
"The memories of tihe lst. camlinimul
aro fies)i inl the mids ofr he people
Viac bitter. canvass, -the per8onal
chlarges, the purClased Votes, by Imlean.-;
of vast sums of Imlonley, aiud the come
rinent result.. ..arleld became Presi
dcit, and ( lie people ac-ile.secd. At t io
threslhold of his Presidenlftial citreer Ie
was strick don'Vu. It was 'not what lie
had done i'hai t lie was expected to
do )hu( gove him th good wg.- of the
Suinih, No nfiain'h ei more. bitter
li i yet it was Somei
how Filt. that Ilhese were not his real
Sentiliniits, ailld it was believed ,11tht ill
hecingii' .i;n-ler of the -whole ;prN)gii
hie v'o.nd .. sjn.k. the,, p)artisan. Iin the
'atiot, anld'RaeO full phly to the best,
quialilles of his ii:ittre'." The Sonth also
felt that lie was a ba rrier slialiding bie
I wer'n her an d Grian!ism, anid for tint
reason she rnilIlied ioun ii( i. It is
1,erhiaps well for hhii Ilia. lhe has beeon
bleen rut off'at t his tuie. No act of
his couild ever hav'e inunde him inore
poputlar than his meimory wiill hb; am
haud lie rec.overed' ho nmight ha-e dis
(coveried- that (here are slupremie mo
meiits hii the Ii I'e 0 orSeen lien to
d. is gaini and to live is lo-s Ilis 'a- e
is now seenre', all his t'oib,les ani . ea
neOsses arc for'gotteni, andl( onily his liiier
We do not see Ithat an hm larni en
('ome1 to (lie 0oiuntriy at inrge or' to thie
Month by is dleath. lin his own ii.o.ds
whien, at thie death of Linicolni, he
qunelled the mob, "'God reigns and thle
governmiieit at Washington stiil lives."'
li rade w ill pur'sne its acenst omied
channiiels, and the people will move on
in thie.even teior of their wvay. A sfor
the l)emuoenittic party its 'ehaiices are
much br'ighiteir under Arthiui's adijt
istriation than~ thiey coiuld have been1 ini
ihe event of thie Presidhent's r'ecover'y.
I he lpersonial jilmlaity. of Ithe IntI(ir,
afilir hiavinig tinder'gonie an attemi,pled
assaisslinati on, wVona1l havei giveni himit a
walk-over* in i18t. A rt hur Is an acci
den- iis.h necessioii r'ecalls to mind1(
(uien and, Stailw~aitismi, anid his owni
party! have nio stomnan-b for' him . lHe
muist. lie iiliber ]K inig Log m. 'in>
Stoik . iI lie formera'i event lie wi'ill do
not hinig to si iPngthlen is parly~ ; ini the
iattei' lie fil.null iiot oiily all D)eiio
erini s, bunt' . onser.vativye I epubl iits
iiiike. 11 hmnuait get rid of' Conklinhg 01
I ('romie Iinsavoy( ry to (lie plic neost ils.
No!~ acc'idenital PrIesjiet has ever dione
we(ll, aiid it will lbe biey'ond all prc'e
(dilt i: Arithur prove moore of a suess
t han Tylekr, "il limore or' Anidew John
Nowv Ihat thle Preesihent is deOad.
(Unitean shouljd be hiangcd in sh.:;
order. Thei COunitry", cannlot setlid
dewni until the assnissi in has'aid thed
hiennilty of' his crime i hii his lifet.
Mes.~srs. 1v,ai*r: Wec leai'i that it
held ini every lowinship to) discuss andii
pauss oni the lien iw. Th'lis preoposi
1 on simac,ks of the c?ounlter and smells
ofI the imerchlaiits' bacon, corn'i and1(
yar'd stiek ; iIf, lindeedl, it wJIs not .wit
tenl by one eug:iged in trade lind iin
thle lien business. An'd nowv let us
- ask ai per'tieiit quest lon, Whlo aire toi
aitenud ths mi'E ieetiIngs aind pnrlike in
th is dii enislion, - ot e (ii i lid l,etheh
e, alt? All voters ,'von suiy? It' sneh
* enisce ihiis vile lnw is thie ple.a I lit
it is n uece.'s iy to have thle ii e-i-hi
Vi ted(. It was c;ien'sed anid enn(eted~ fi
11oOther Purpose. If such 1, the let,
Wi)14O0 to amend by"insertilg in ieuk
'all "that none necd attend save 119th
owliers of l1d. as they6 Itlone are i)l
terestled or'have ay other it 1r1 lit to
pleak," amid we would flitrtjer amend
,by 'hIggestinmg (he geltiig upl) of soivc
thing like tile Following potitiol to (tie
J-egislatiure, whielh canl be Copied anld
signed, as at. this busy scasot we havo
ti time to attetid public inectiigs:
"We, thle un ldersig tedl, owing. thle
111111er of fneres of land topposito 0111
-ilnames, humllbly praty thi tt the statutlo
known as fhe Len * Law minly be at
Now, itNuch it petition was it ovco
drawn*l fand dircu[lated 'it would be
signlied pl:-l pl-ty, hv the Owners of
eigilt y pber lit. of all the jlds in the
Step Out traders anlld capitialitts ald
let's kniow oi which side of' tho flence
vOi R1; Itild step out you owhners of
land and speak for, yurselve'. As to
fihe press-otlen weathercocks-it ii
fbxl oid supported bv thle mereciluitW'
advertilig, and i Olie iiterests of the
two classes clash, paper llelN will
readi'lyincline to iat, side which sun
ltes most. "bitter for their bread'1."
J'he over-polii JVets atud Coup ier
has alrecady limlved the way fI.r this inl
at recent editorial. NoW MV Colutry
hirt-sleuved brothers, you '*who own1
[he hlam, hle wary :lld 410 lot hnt tle
Sly crosZ8-roald tr or town or city
lirchallt alariml vou by whiisperiig on
one Sideoy t.) volt Iht i" "is rash to re
peall Ohis villntinlous inw at this critical
time." Nover mind thle thime, reileem
yourselves andl(] rout. the Vampires anlld.
locusts that will soon stick your
leart's blood ad conlslinne the entire
1111141, it' you leave tisk %ile 1aw 11aUd,
cogine of fraud 1111on oilr statite
books. MucI hats been writteln ot his
vile I'w. It was elac14 fCor the solo
benletil of (e hld oliers. If theV
11re0 tired of it, it should h1 e repealed.
Ill I his di.scussionl it is thir halt he twho
writes (or Or igainst it should sav Io
what cilaus hie beog-uae,land..
ON11er (1' what. i clln to belolg'
to (Ile eInss of, shil.t.-slevved f'lt*alrmer,
ow%.Iing. huil anld livingrV by cullivalime
Ithe 1 alle. I1', Is we cilaim, it wias
pmssed for our benef %it. we 110 thle ones
to alive it. repealecd. It' it is a curse to
uts 11s lias beeni showi, m1ust it. be kept!
oi lie stalti booko; for' te ulse or tle'
ll.aders anid Ianidless? Georgia long '
Since rupelilvd ml her lln law, so) has!
everyN (11her 'Shate, anld thle repeal ill |
bot I Georgia nd1114 A l1baia was fol- I
lowed by at general increase o pros
perit.v J[OT 611lOT.
THE 1 n11011771In ION MOVE E NT.
.1fessrs. Editors: Ti.: Ni.:ws AND
li-:A1.i of t It(1711h of' A igist coi
ltained anl ar-licle written by mie. Inl
spCillkinlog of (he prohlibitioll love, i
uswd lainguiage to this vlict : '" ho'1d
Chat, it. is anl exhille Ileisire, tundemli
ocratic, and n111 illtrll.1ment, 11ponl the
liber-lies of at free-born1, liber-1y-lov-!
iin.Im-eople, and I'herel.)y valcublitted to
destro ia pilrt ot'ourl. 1'ecdomli of action
llder Ilhe govrN1Il11aint formed by ou1r
Scives-the people". And I chlssed
thire1e laws not n.ow 1111 1110 Rtatllt
as "Crood 11aw1s". Inll 'lu o i
31st I fiind ain aticle signed "Ml ., w
lak1ces exception and asks for anl exphill
1111ionl. IIe asks, i it is a go(od andl(
eixcetllent'Itw wh1ic'h says' to 1inen hmeie
and(1 lhere ini tihe counlt ry, '"Y4)V cannlot
on any- Vondit 10ons haive lienise- to sell
iintoxicaitinig liquors"5, how1~ enn it be
suchl an1 extrm and101041I 1iuulmocralti aII
mlealsure (41 pr1oIhbit those .also4 liing
i 01ur townus anId v'illages?'.- I still sall
IL is a good laiw--thle Liquor Law as1 it
bitioniists had11 better ''let wellt eioutgh
a1lo" ; for' to pa1s1 such01 'an1 0one as1
"MNt."' andi thue priohibtition ad4vocaites
deisire, would1( 1be extr'emte and undemo11u
cratieW. The~ ihi 11as it no0w stands41 1s
1111 cross41-roadl bar-rooms inI this am114
all the Ioher 11 coti's, wich iuwere
youtig hells and1 421I lning'-plaices on1 Sat1
10o' th14 han11ds I employed( inl the agricul
cu1thltvatioll oIf t he soil 11s the chief'
sourlce fromi whenlcie people get thieir~
living, for town 1 folks lie upon101 the
muscIxle of' the counitry~ Agal it, 11s it is,
it is a ''good) law". For' if ai lati were
at a nleighibor's ont a Satulrday, )'end.
jog (he day), and14 to returnl 1home1 forced
bar-roomn" WithI thue publlic road1 full of'
drunlikent and1 impud11(ent niegroes, un
protected, thr 111 s no11 telling what
uinghlt happ)Ient. Suiflce it to savy, tat
sh10 wokId hear11 hinlguaoge o 1 nitable
to t he ears of the (1ear1 sex, and1( 110 0on
upjont the gr'olt(nd coIlpetentt orI abile to
townls andi4 vilaiges limve your1 poli1ce,
thetm do thirk dty youIl arie id of' that.
I sayW it is4 extr'eme, fior it. is Ilie tuter
mlost extrem11ityI 14) which any1~ set oh
m11n ca011 n are wish thle Assemb1lylidu to gio
upo a4~ measure,141 '(.well kmnown by i thiema
4) 1)e oppatosed hv ai major4)it y o'f lheir
cons4?iitituets. \\' are iy'111lint, like
1)111 tOfretiers oft C'oloia in 1110 1(to
our11 rights, whlen goiod is to lbe ait 'lini
041. Jh:t when3i 'Al."' andi Is follow
hawers, wlih ouri la1gislatorsx to 1iore0
4)11e existenIce, anduc thae de(siresi, tioo, of
goodli, hlmre', stra'ightouL J])emaocrats,
i.hmIgs ia weeC-bi I, an id suit 4)1t'ralves ai
little. I say utndemoirtuic, bcanse
tiltra andi not1 d4Iemocratic,; tfor demo..(1
ci'utic~ 11eans1 a governmntia of1 the1 p)e0
j.le; henace a1 meaurei' paussed alginlst
thle ill If' thle nuijoity of' t1( hepeopeIi is
mo1(st einu iiI inlunemtocraie4. Anid a
deoEnI'teI g'ov'ienent, genacllIhy
speak14 ing, sigties(1 aI chenp1 , econmica1
govermnentlol I. Nlow1, Mes3$srs). ICditors,
I wouldI like 'KM.'" to enilighaten hgi
tfelllow-Iiuanw hereOi' thei 'conom1~y wold
thle sour ces fr'omI when1ce come1i4s a pret
men.11 too0, whoa lov~e to pauy it"', which
penlsi! 4)f g01v( rameniCt. uay be "iI ."
thinmks it chieaper' n1ed better to) do thrut
and1( t'aise taxes au bean11.
Now, Messrs. ECditors, does it 1not
hook unraleasonilll)e and14 beainag a sem
.lhitee of x trem ideas to4'1 debar1)11 goodl,
haoneet , u pi-light iindu'ita4)onora bh., c'il
zen5 itS nyi wh lo advo (cate lIhe prh11ilI
yt't'hm their reuiih, sim pigly because a'
'e of1 thItemalA'vu's w"hteln t her sget
w h11*e v. hb.kLeyrs 'latn e y... : I
borh1ood, atid ventit1r0 to aRS0t. tt14
i4J1(WIII(ot Ohid. More thAn f 1l', Io
410- gilty of lowei'Ing iliigolvus-aa I
I 3 indlcaE. No more ir - t h'ai a
mnnber who. I khow aor advocttes ofr
theO,nltenslre aind drink It . fieit l the
door. Sthle menl are not W6rth1legis
lating for; where it would debar the
11111jority ofita Ihrlit aid' privilego t her
woi)tl jal enito hive uniim
pi red. I espiedek sonic 1Ao dis-smit
from the views ita, foriiuitor artileb,
or thev would not have b 1i umal.
But ";I." lust revollept olle thing
that we ar.iy un ii'indr a .;.'Op ibllian
form of goverinent-'aild the people,
ot whom I am oie, make and unmianke
legislators, and they know it, not as
our maais'erA eirely, but-to act In ac
cordangviiilth the knowii wishes of
their eduttlerts, and the only way
for tlit to becone. n,cquaiteal with
our desires, Is to have tlh.questtion
likely to comne befbre theinl* 6'ti,lated
Ia little. A pretty set of fellows, in
deed, would be 'the Iepresentatives of
Fairfield, were they to assume tbe po
sitdon that Oley, lte legislators, are to
act as tle only ones knowig ivhat
Fairflild shoul'd have, kiowinig as vell
as tinsible Ism do .hat a large ma11kjori
ty of fheir omitituents arie opposed to
a flOmsure which will be brought be
rore them. Aid I will assert that, I
blieve that the article of lhe 17th of
August rupresetnts it large anajority of
Fairtield-gooll Illenl, too.
I take it to he a very good thing for
Fairfleld and file State at large Iliat
01 legislators and governors are not
composed of such minds as "M." seents
to have, when lie Iassunes Ilie -wroinld or
Positioi that leIslative bodies should
ignlore (lie opinion of a imalority of
tle thir colnstifuelnts entireli. )I(d
we have stch at the head of goverin
mlent, I would fi-ar we Inight drift,
ralidly ilto ictralisin, nilnarchical
Olr soiA voilter stclh form of govern
Iulent based upun the will of a jew.
THE I1, AST MLOMRIENTM.
A Pail Coverg ElCboromi-The Sucteonnnosa of
thle Pro"Idtelfta D>eathi.
[Special Dispatch to 'lie News and Coirler.)
Lo"m 1lit.un, N.J., Septeminber 19.
The gloom which has beei growling
over Elberon for the last t.hree days
has seltled ilito a pall. It is Ihe pall
hal Coversa CofIiI. The P1resident, is
detid. The GaIrfield AdiiioIration
has drawn to a close. The end wias
short, swift and vivid.
A thw ininuit.cs beflore the end came t
miesseniger rushed across to lie Elberoin
Hotel amd fairly startled the gathered
reporters with tie shout:: "The Presi
Llet is sinking rupidly I"
The crowd SCIrcelyh recovered from
their shock before there was a grand
Ir11sh across tle lawn ind over the
pitzZIs, a rush thitt drowned the roar
'A, Uhe occai aad nIade the ltir stand
:in cnd ."The President is dead,"' was
There was a elanioring for carriages
uid r.ush of: wheels, aid ip tle road
toward lheron went th nmews. The
lorses thirlv flew over lie road, and
wVlien i.e llnri .ges dashedl up to the
West End lotel it needed Iotlilng 1,C
roid the blanched faces of the w-rro
'pondents to'tell the terrible story.
There was nobody with the 'Presi
lent at the beginig of tlie atta6k,
vhich was rigor. of tle heart, but (et.
swain anId Dr. loviton. They quick
y sent for I lie Doctors who were in the
frgeons' cot tage, but. whenl they eaine
he Prefeidlet was alreadv unconscious.
lIe recotizied inobodv 11n1d wvithin a
rowm inies lie was denuti.
The Cabinj ct. is niow in session.
IlThe scene at, Elberoii biflles de
ecript ion. A\ torniey-Genecral .MaeVengh
itss it the table sur iroundedL'( hb thlirt y
ur iore correspondoenits, dictating thie
last seeu in FranrkI ivm Cottage.
Iverthingae is silonmi as thie grave. Men
areepi in anid out as itf the dead1( bodyI of'
lhe P'resuident. hay in (lie saitc in'i.
Tbclu guuards of soldiers ar ie inciretased
lund lnionn ted airniiied 11nen plicket (lie
:ipprioaiches to (lie cot lague, where thle
1 'resident's bodlv lies ini the niidst of.
hits grief-sIih ken faimilv. We turn
aiway wvith lthle Nationi, amid resp)ect their
sorrow for (lie Presidenut.
A H 1ttory of the Laat Day.
On Sunday nighit thie Presidenit land a
hiIll ast ing fifteen nii nutes. At eight
i)'clock on Moinduiy moring i a second
chiill occurred andi'l was quite severc,
thie puils~ reachinig oiie hundtred aind
fuorty-thlree beats andi( very feeble,
la converCsatilon with aii represenuta
live of (lie Associated Press Dri. Biliss
bIriefly -stiinined up the sitnut.ioni as
dhecidedl c eritical. Ie id 1( there was
no dotaubt that thec rigoris w(ere the result,
of extended comiplicationis ini the right
lu ag, aided of coatrie by thle exbansted
condititioni of the P'rcsidenmt, w hich hus
beeni (causedl by blood poisoing. lIc
fuirt her sa id it was quite possible that
if' (lie rigor's conit inue to occur (or tlie
niexi half haour thie P're'sid1ent niight. tie
carruied1 away in one of (lhein.. I ii ow
agreedi by mIll flue atltndinag surgeonms
thant (lhe rigors are thle resaults of lai
troules aind thle piyaeinic conuditiona of
the pattienit's blood(.
Attorneyv-General Miacnghi says:
"'I sent ay dlispatchi to iMinistr
Lowell at 10 p. ini. Shiortly before that
I )r. Biliss lud seeni (lie Presidenit anid
f'ountd his putlse uat 1061 beats per inu
ute, andi tall thie cond(itions~ were t hen
promiisintg a <quiet. night.''
VTe D)octor' asked (lie P'residenit if' he
was feeling unmcomaforttable ini any wiav.
TIhe Pr'esidenat aniswered ''Not at mud"
tamd short ly aftierw'ards tfellui alch) anud
IDri. Blliss met urned to his room, aceross
the hallI froan that occupied by (lhe
l'residenit. (Cols. Swahln and Itockwell
reminitied wnith the P'resident.
Abouit fifteeminuhittes after 10 o'clock
thme 1Presideint awakenecd uaid remamirked
to Col . Swuahiln t, hue wa's suibfrin
i(reat painli, tad placed lais handut over
huu iscart. Dra. lilIss w as sumuimncd,
and whien lie entlered the room lie
founmd (ihe P'resident substanitialhy with
Out pul1 so andl actiont of the heart, or'
this was .ahnost unmmdistiguiable. He
staid at once that, (lie President waus
dyhaig. anid directed at onace .thiat Mrs.
Gaifield be called, also thle doctor's.
T1he P'residenf ireained ian a dying
pr'onoun ced dead. lie died of' some,
trouible of (hue hiear't, supp)losed to be
Aiti>umEua IN F:t.onEN:cE.x--.Moniday
Moargani, colored, a t own miaarsha, w.mas
noiirderedl at F"lorece on (lie I13thI in
.stantl. lie wais arrestinag Brarunson
lirit, colored, for' dr'iunkeni disorder at
Wyilson1's store(. (Cooper, ai bad unegro,
at ltmpted to tatke hlrt fromu the miar
shatl, wvhen~ the amarshala st rack Coopier
with his club. Coaoper' .imuped back,
dr'e w, his lilsIol, anad, umrgeud1 hv isaam
Lancy,v colored, tired. thle btall entterinla
thue rhih breast a andl1passin g thlrongl
lie body. Alor'gati nvwas (ctaried to 1)h'.
K(ing immdiaietily, hail diedl in hatlf an
hoiuru. ( 'ooper fled. A large numbeihr
of' lcre me a e scouin g the couin
iAlt R OflFDULES "
AQNOL I e F U T IE.
POitT loyA r. & tusv RI IaHAA, .~
ALUOUST'A, (JA., Junei 21, 1881.
Oin and after Juno 21st, 1881, the
followilig schedule will be operated:
Leave Augiista at .......... 1.50 p. i.
A rrive at I lainpfonl.....)..5.05 p. m.
Arrive at Yelmissee........,0. ). m.
Arrivo at Biuttort .........7.4.) p. im.
Arrive itt Port Jyal, S...8.05 p. in.
Arrive at Chitreson .......9.30 p. ml.
Arrivo fit 8ILVAnnahI. .........).30 p. n.
Arrive at Jacksonville......7.55 a. im.
Leave Jacksonville at.......7.35 aIm.
Leave Sllva. ah t.........1 35 p. Iml.
Leave Charlestoll at.........1.30 p). Im.
Lenive l'ort Rida t- -........20 I.
Leave Bennl'ori, al ...........( Z .1m.
Arrive at Yemasse.........1.00 p. Im.
Arrive it I (ampton... - ....7.1-1 p. in.
Arrive at Augusta.........10.30 p. in.
Tickets sol to all points North and
East via Cuirleston aid Coast Linle.
Unaggny; checked -through to all jrincui
pal ponits North tind East. Tie ets on
sale at Union Depot Ticket Oflice.
J. S. D).%VAN,r,
General Passeigcr Agent.
C11ARILOTT'E, C. & A. RAILROAD.
Col'aum.%, 8. C.,- Aug. 20, 1881,
Ol nd-Mler Angust 21st, 1881, the
following schedule will be operated by
the CompaIn . *
Leave Augusta at ......... 7.20 a. m.
Arrive at. Columinin........ 10.35 an.
Arrive at. B1lvthewood.. 12.02 p. i.
Arrive at Ifidgewty......12.22 p. Iml.
Arrive at WInnsboro......12.52 p. in.
Arrive at White Oak...... 1.17 . ml.
Arrive at Blackstock..... 1.35 p). Im.
IArrive at Cliester......... 2.1 p. i.
Arrive at Charlotte........ 4.15 1. m.
Leave Charlotte at ........ 1.05 p. m.
Arrive at Cheser *........ 3.00 p. In.
A rrive it 1li1ackstock....... 3.-5 p. ml.
Arrive at Woodward'...... i.0 p. In.
Arrive at White Onk...... 4.01 p. i.
Arrive at Wint iisboro...... 4.25 p. im.
Arrive at RIdgewNay....... 4.57 p. Ii.
Arrive at Blythewood..5. . 15 p). I.
Arrive at Colmbia ....... 6.07 p. i.
Arrive at Augusta.........10.15 p. ml.
- WAY FU1EIIT-UOING NORT1I.
Leave Columbia at.........6.00 a. Im.
Arrive at Wlinbiot.........9.00 a. n.
Arrive at Charlotte ........4.00 p. i.
WAY Fit IMlIT--GoNGs SOUTH.
Leave Charlotte at..........6.25 n. m.
Arrive at. Wiusboro........52 ). Ii.
Arrive at Colutbin ... ....4.00 1). m.
G. It. T.m.co-rr,
NEW CASH STORE!
ONP001 SOU"TH OF
1) U A L E T" F < F1 AT.
l)OoTs.ND Sit.ES A 8SPECTAUL'Y!
Vive TIhaousand D)ollars wor~ th of
Boots andt( Shoes, to be sold ini a limil.
Soazue ofi the a ae are Ot dIirc f'' romi hue
maIt'imt idue andP~01( others conusig ned,
anid will be sold tat
Also a lot of Clothuing, (e'ts' and
Rioys' Ibis, U)r- Go ails, 1e. Etc.,
which wtill be sold at andit belowv ( osi.
iN. I.-I haove mode artrzantgemeni ts to
be~ supp21liedI frottn tiene to time wtith
such goods as wtill mteet the demanids
r For3 bargnlins call at onace-nto
trotuble to show goods.
G enits' Shoes' f romt Sevenitv-live
(Cets, nip. Lad(ies' Shtoes~l fom 'Fi ty
Centis. ilt. -)( 13S ii
Sints for Alen adBy,fo
Twencaty-five Cents, nip.
M. M. HUEY.
FROM THE WRECX
One Tire Plate, one Tire Bonder,
one Tire Shriinkor, three Screw
Plates, one Bellows, one Anvil, one
Viso. One B3oxing .Machine, cost
$18.00, will be sold for $10.
Lots of Oval, lialf Oval' Round,
Band, Square and Tiro Iron ; Hubs,
Spokes, Rhis, Carlinge Bolts, TIre
Bolts and all manner of castings.
TO BE SOLD REGA RDLESS 0OF
EAL.ED p)ropflals for buildinag two
Li trestle blidges, the one over Ilorso
(reek. on the a oad loading fromt Winnn.
born to Coltinini, tand Ith oilier -over
Vhit lrainch. on the rotad leading somni
Smytirntan hurc to Iloffmnan's MuIs, on
the lIichhiand line, witl ho received by the
Conty Comtntissiontern upl to te Blth ot
Neptember. 188f1. 'Bhd bridg-s' to be
wairrainted fori one year. Th'w e ontractors
wil give bondl. wit.h two. approva,ed
surtes0, Ithe tn ames of' I.e Miureties to
acomtpanuy the bi-l. SlpeciIienuttins of
boftha lidneas iay Ibe .seen atL tho Cun'tay
IAuditor's (liir,. Thle Cou mxa m-sj,;ara i..
sorte thee right to roe.Le aeny awil aill bids
if tIhe pulic inicreat l, defouds it...
aug 25 t 4' har.
WHITE WITH COTTON.
PHNS & ORGANS.
THR' MONTHS' CREDIT.
LUDDEN & BATES'
Siecial Smmer Oror
FOR AUG UST AND SEPTEMBEI.
A Little Ciush Now and the jUlance
When Cotton Comes 1in.
During the months of August and iep
tember, we offer Piinos and Organs at
LoWEST CAs PATE8, pityable
825 CASII ON A PIANO,
610 CASI ON AN OtGAN,
and the balance in three monthm 10;4ou1
interest. This offer expire,; October 1st,
next. Bay now, an11d buy as cheap as you
CaI nOXL Vall with cash in hand. Nothing
gained by waiting. 1'rices will be higher.
Another boomu is %lose at 1:aud. ManI
facturers will not. be ablo to half supply
the denand, iind Instruments will be
WAREI100MS 01100K A BLOCK
Now, with a ma-2nificent stock-nll from
o(ld and staitlard maker. Pricutj the
I im-est. Terms the easiest. Two hundred
Iiistrum6ets to selp-t from. Pest Makcers
only. Our very Cheapest Instruments are
perrect.ly reliabtle. Piaios and Organs
ient on liftcei days test. ti1l. It's ll we
ask. Give us the privilege and we " ill be
hiaiy. Send for I httest priceu list, and
oblige, yours truly,
Ludden % Bates,
Vt .Great, 'Ino mad Orga ut -Dealers of ihe
LAGER BEER IN BOTTLES.
LAGER BEER IN BOTTLES.
LAGER BEER IN BOTTLES.
U3ERGNER & ENGi/LS LAGER
BEER IN BOTTLT2S AND ON
ROBT. SMITH'S INDIAN PALE
ALE IN BOTTLES.
ROUT. SMITH'S INDIAN PALE
ALE IN BOTTLES.
LAGER BE~ER IN BOTTLES.
ROSS' ROYAL BELFAST
GINGER A LE IN BOTTLES.
CANTPELL & OOHRANE'S
GINGER ALE IN BOTTLES.
BARREL B3EST CIDER PUT ON
readi e l Re uatim
Jfgenls $ $ Mpnss
HAS JUST ilE0EIV9DA FRESji'J
FINE FRESI CID
NUTAIEGS, ESSE NCE AN) EXTI
FINE TABLE SAULT,
GENERALLY SOLD I
. THE "QUEEN
The "QUEEN BRENS" Corset and Skitt
wer introdticed. It is a porfect fitting c(
itraip, el4ily adjusted to any desired leni
l'ATENT cLTH1 STEEL 1OIT( TOR,
ust-ing, but also renders it. impo-mible to
:icuiiar. FOl SALE ONLY by
TO THlE LA JIES OF FAIR
II AYE jnist openedCI and1 have now
a1I-gest and1( best selected st.ocks of Al
~OTIIONS eycr bronght to this p1lce.
AllPS. BOA(O, with the assistanice of
Illtimitore, inltendsl rinI1Ig no0 palins in
umd keep themt lull dulringo thec seas5on.
A FULL LINE OF DESS GOOD:
jes(t anld cheapest ie of COlUSET1S.
TIE l>ist ini the market for plain o
TOSANDI DOLARhS REW'
it-both as a11 innichine 1nd the( 13 range of
w'ithI any of the first-ehinsa ma chinec on
shines ini use in Fairfield County.
A fine lot of Planitinig Potatoca, (
Uracker's, Cakes, Cantdies, Baconi, Floi
T'obaicco, Cigars, Bedsteads, M~attiresse:
To) arive,)10 fet of Good Assoi
D)ry Ooods, of all kinids, Millinery,
lot of Spring Goods.
AND FEED) STABLES
Wrxxsono . C,Sp.1 81
THIOSE IND)EBTED) TO TJ[E UIN.
Dl)FISIGNED, IWNOW1INO I IElli
OIF OJCTFOI[E, WILL pitspAIRF
TO 31EI'T TIlIEM, AS FUlLL~ PAY
MIENTL W ILL lIiIXEUlItItI). UJN..
AltIE A A))E, T1'I(.SE IIlAVING
IThiEM Pif0OM'LY, AS I Wi'h
l"O1 CE CJOLL4ECTIO(NS ON 'II IEM.
St.A . I g O D
-- Sncribe to Tm-;E N3ws "xi
INE OF CANNED G 001)8, CONSIST
Et AND VINEGAU.
ACTS OF LEMON ANI) VANILLA,
ERY FINE MOLASSES,
SOAP, AND ALL
N A GROCERY STORIE.
Shpprtcr is by far- the most comfortable
irset, and has new and improved shoulder
"h. It also has the iianensly popular
which not only prvvi nts the Htoes from
brcak the clasps. Warranted in every par
J. M. BEATY & Co.
'hEL.D GO UNTY ;
'endy for' your inspecion one of fhe
ILLIN.ERY, FANCY GOODS AND
her niew milliner, MISS UILACK, of
these departments, and will remplenish
3, Buttons and trimmings to match. T1heo
Also a lot of Linen Ulsters and LUder
TIC AL FEED
Alti) to any 0one who cana comp~ete with
work it tuns out. Wn~iirranted1 to wear
the market. Two hundlred of those Ma
)nion Scts, Seeds, Corn, Oats, Cheese,
rn, M1eal, li nms, Smuokig anad Chewving
. Teblesg, SafeiJs, Chairs, etc.
3tc., low downa to mako room for a now
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mnay l'-y New York.
RI. J. McCA RLEY & 00.,
COTTON .nUJYERSN ANDI COMMI1SSION
Are now prepared to givo the highest
mairket prio for tho staplde.
Weo are uaents for tho Brown Cotton
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