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THE NEWS AND RERALD,
WINNSIo110, S. C.
77TIRSDAY, Selptemubvir 20, I I : 1881
?I AA PA VIS, ICI)Iou.
Q- . RYNrL")s. AssocuIU HKIoi.
SINATOR lAYAtD Ray the Senat
waIs Denorai11c w hwinm it adjoulrned
an(' it will b 1 Democrat ic W 1hen it r1
assembles. 'T'liat is talk )enlolcIh.
'3EN ATOR -11.3, is sail to ie plrgre.s
Ing finIely since tle l1a1t operation to
calitcer. lie will be oil haid at. tIj
Opeling of (he Senate.
Titm Augusta Chroiele ald Con
'/IMution1/ls. prediets that Mahoni
will experience a defleat in the colnlil
clectio na. May our Conte inporary) Provi
a trie prophet.
Tim Philadelphia Timas Ilthiks tha
the Demlocrats may now Caray Ohio
while nothing blit political suicido ea
defeat them in New York. The Time,
is a shrewd observer.
WIIEYN GoVIeror Spragile wa ill th
ledav of his glorv, he gave his wifb n
car/c lunche for refilt-iI their numn
141onl, expecting (lie bill to be fifty
ftiousland (1 dollamrs. le paid over six
h111ted thou.andtild dollars before hc
got trlloiugrii. Theln wias tle propet
tine for his little.shotgunl.
Tim Coltmbia Regfis/er believes that
Governor Iligood will call an extra
esilo of thle Legislait lre to considel
tle proposed ameldilleits to the col
titu ition. It is generally concede
fhit the work this. wintier will occup%
much Imore titte thaln usutal ; al it is
a qnesion lthlie the work shoilh
hv1in ooner, or be prolonged unti
after the (lrist1a holiyds.
'ii. coitin.g mI liter will not be a
propitols time for clanliges in ott. im.
portan11 1aw 1.1Wen a counltry Is
prosperinlg, ex perililit s y be freel y
made; buit ill limlo of s1areity it is
much better to let thigs alonle. lind
the present. hiirvest bvell a1ula1(Init, w
should have .eln gad to se how a
repeall of' fihe lienlaw w1%Nould wvork, for
instanlce, bItt. we I'illot, see the Iis
dom of Imlaking a 41bange now. W
halve coile to tlls CLOnclusionl art(n.
ma11tuire(P deliberatio, and a carefill
coisiderltion of both sides of the
It..u I is expevird to retire fiom
the Caibilo ill a few days. lie will
iten he out of i job for tle ( ilrs ine itl
many ya. Cdonlling was de1feiated it
few davs -igo 11. a iwarMd prinary t
elect delegates to the state Convein(iol.
1h would 1111( have believed six monlth
a;o hi hIlese crvalest Repiblict4
-4 ----.11-- 61u [I'.m In-umir .
Sol? lWe predicted last Novemubeii
deiail, andt( that it wotldl soon1 lbe sfrtrong
er (1han1 ever', butt, we loul n t see0 thazt
thie fulfillinenIt of t hat Ipophecy wVoul(d
Iotme so soon1.
IlmunnING trajits is thle ihvorite
pafst im Itof0 utlaws at prest'(tt. TJhtree
out rages of ai shtua tnat in-ie, thIt last
(lccuririntg onily a f'ew (1VI go liie
A rkanse have 0 opened thie 'ves oft
hioet wayinrers~ wvho hav'e heretofore
bel ieved1 a raillway triaini to be thle
coul he foul. It is ahitost inceredlible
that three y'outhts should be able to
overawe a whlole ear funll of people antd
make (tem SIland1 anid deliver. Tihere
inust b)e some collusion somewhere,
and the railroad authorities should look$
Tire Atlanta Expositlin will he for.
litally openied next mion(th. Th'le main.
aigealinct lhas been enierget ic ini (la ex.
tremoe, and otnly the stringxenicy of th<
Jiioney imartket will militate againsit ii
comlpleto success. Itf our people them.
selves (1o tnt visit A tlanta, they cani al
least scud.1theiri p rothliets to be seen bi
inspectors froim thle Nort h. The SotI
has maegille(ent natural advantatges
and she is on the road( to pr'osperits'.
cannliot lbe expebcted1, hiowever', thait
Priovideiice will l1ess us every r eal
vicissitutdes ini all things, antd we hauvt
hadii t wo goodl croips. Lot uts ex p,ec
aniotheir otne niext yeari, andi( let, ns shioi
our Northiernt brethrcen that eveln ii
biad year's (lie South is not ittterly cas'
dlown. .We hope) thie A tlanta Edxposi
tioni will prove a granuid sncess.
AN ollec-sceker's. lot is inot a hiappiy
One these dayis. On thie late Presideti
i ngutrat ion thie hun tgr'y switam (lock
ed1 to WiVashiinugton and beseioed bin i
Guit~neau's bullet to putt atn end to hii
l (i, just as (lie swarm hadui cottf(ortabil
set tl('d dlowni. Now the~y halve all th
worak (d0 over againt; thIe its lo kee1
their places iand (lhe ots to ntke
frceshi at t ack on A r't huri. 'lTo bc ineer
taity of (lie lItical situtin hals, i'o
thet ptast year. or' two, added t.o th
.uisery of' (lie bread andi( butter brigade
aost y'ear theyv couldnt't fori' (Ic 1'e o
tem fell wvhetlier' to shiout f'or 111antcocl
or G.ar'field. T(his spr'intg theay wer'
kept oni (the teinter-hooks, by (lie ( mi
fiehl-C(otnkIintg cotrtoicvers, aind *ist ta
they had set.tled down ito v'ocifercotu
abusc of' (lie hlei', Itis r'ight hanad tan
Attthurt, stuhIletily takes all thteir' oflilit
lives ini his hantds. 'Thie Stal war'ts sa
here is to be ai gIrandi boinnc Of Denni
(t atsimd al -111 eedsch. E it this is no0
tiauredt. ' lie Steit is too close fo
.Arthurll to iaftbrd t o flroitt anybv Iody3
lIe hats a (difliclt phlatha to lluarisun a
best, and) at "'gr'i itd blounte" onl lihi' a
initl( lead to dhi aetrout resulto to hitm
sel In the biekling down ..of his id
li;I iitrIati0n. TIke fur will begin to
fly about the 10th of October.
SI E TlH E MO.v 1.
Messrs. Adilors: The cost of all
monke1ky shows falls ell tho shoutlders8
of the humblest laborinT class. Bar
nui and John 1fobiison have collected
iillions f'om1 the hard earninIgs of tho
)ou m-an 1 11, and yet ho has inade his
money by the sweat of his brow. The
humblest. of laborers pays his 75 ceite
-one and a halt to two days foil-anld
qeq thle show, and who daues gaiu-say
hilm) ? Ilas he not a right to the fruits
of his labor and to speid his hard
earned pnCIIIy as lie pleases? It has
been cltimed that some of those cir
cuses wore moral and instructive. Per
haps so-but very doubtful. No mat
ter what kind of a monkey show
comes along-a circus, a hanginfg or a
big meeting-we have one part of our
ipiittlon that arc suire to take stock
extensively. Now, suppose one hun
dred ml1enl for onle day i.alteid eillIer one
of the three. Let's count otto part of
First- Feed I day for 100 inen
at 10 Cents eiteli.......... $10 00
6econd- 100 davs work lost At
50 cents per day. ......... 0 00
Sixtv diollalrs (r a bit of a Imoikey
Ahow eor oile h11111red men11 one(,. da%.
lit this is notL ill ; citranlce 1ees to tie
,ir (, 11 d1 ik s at the sam , or at the
han-ginpy, or paying file prechll'er, and
ext.ra g(1-1b ai(( driiks at (h.e big Ieet
ing. will amount to about as mucl
mor1-80 every m1onkey show costs on
an average of over onie dollar for a
(liy's attelidalnce of, a siigle persOnl.
Ilit to reverl to at cais4e1 it hm111d, tle
Alighty who is all. powevril,
chlimed tio one-sevenit Ih of ourt. tilm. 110
a SAbbath For wvorship, rest, &c. We
genera'2l ly 806e his (1evou1.tfol lowers ('on1
vit. to render holnige to hii )In lk
own oly day, ; he Sabbath. YI. w
ve muit 11111tn tht are more pious or MOre
siill who, not satisiled Ivith a good
thing, cilrry onl extensively S1iluida,
1111d h preh a11nld raft,' sing id
hoWl tile other six Wight. oi I Ie week,
from dark till naril mrniw. Not to be
mI il nlderstood, we referm to at cer-tain
"Noisy% IIuWl' ;of I doz-en miles frioli
voti city v where the colorod 'man and
bro:ler' has 1en nigh ly os un|1 g
for lIhe imst (hreo wehks, 11d by hi-S
howlings "mat11vde ig-hit hideouis."~ The i
conCiseqletlce is a poor crop,
1o (:rly picked, Id wiliting inl the
lielIs, one-b1ird of the active labor
being witldrlawnI from the fields in
h11vest t.ime. Thefe peoplC aro to be
pihied 111her iit abused, and these
r-it6g hells -br e 1 i1l111 loolgrowith oA
the 1G0l preaehers 1111 exhorers Ohis
rac2 aords, very1 Iiny of, whoi dc
serve tIe m ter or the Iwhipping post
a11l nri H.'21 scamlips ill she1ep's cloti
inIg. NhAmt. I Pity Ifiese poor creamturs
Iv learned 1 re Ivlirion, savo IRtma1
isin. They woinl Oh'wn have b).eI sip
plied withk dlte:.iqd priv.-As who wouldi
Ihavie giveni the rsiiieli1gis intruct:in
ni one-0sIvewih of te totime it nlow
take~s. Souin of the orivt ~Iius univ1
Wa0t'he~ Pl~esf'd1' t'elhin~t is
liesid I, if thise maNo good people lived
as we0 do, n(e n 1 f ahnd 11o1d-v
Iillls, theay wotihdl agree with ii 1 t
do(hs seemii lha1t..SOIne of theise ntoisy
ph120 ice nighit be0 broulght. 10o ic at ten'
Unbiielievei,rs antd (lItisid(ers ought to)
havie 5(11i'i ritgl-s-ceritainl1y a righit to
undiclisturbed)0( repose intside'I lhir owne'
hIolises at a 1iodert'e td(istan2110c o two
iiile from the11 scene1 ofI 11 e.I 1on0. As to
to thie unity of raIceS, we are'l ani
.iIesurs'. .Edit/ors: As much1:1 has1 been1
said on the subject of abolishing the
ieni Law, I would like to ask what is
to be substit 11ted1for' it,? What is the
small t'itrmeri to give as secur'ity for his
supp)llies? Mutst lhe be comp)elled to
luni-Igago his hiomes~tead ? if' so, is this
chantgitng had f'or worse? It' abolish
ing this law would1( stp (i c(redi t, thien 1
ayV stop) it at ontec, bitt as this is nolt
thle case5, norn will it lower the pries~
thait we pay what then is to be done?
One half of' our~ planiteirs have no lanids
to tiuortgage.. Messrs. ICditors, I (hinik
oft aill times this is f(he worse timnt to
chan 11'e. A gret miay of our planuters
sayV latt. it wl enab11le us to cboiit.ol
labo , but I thinik they have it in their
clwi lttuiils to dc t.hatt. if they woculd
irtuse Io 10ent land1 to be wolked withI
calIves and2( oxen, t hey wiothl ndot get
hese liens, as te itcerchanlt s will not
sell wit houitt see1i-ity. I thintk ourP rep
1r.'senitatives shoul conisidr the initer
est of th1e peop1le and1 not2 the few inde(I
pendIett plaiiters of 1 Ithhuid. R.
Mesxsrs. Editors: It gives tue ii lunch
pleasure i to conigrtuato112 you oni lie
hiiuprovemen2lt of Tu'l .: NE.ws AxN Ib.:n
A 1.>, both11 ii its rinO1liig malle 1r aind its
enari'giitenlt . TJhie hatter' gives,
thlin k, plenty of room01 for' thle d iscuissioni
of' thle Lien L aw and1( aill its bear'iings
ini a word, it is Ihe paper01. It give' thie
I ien-laldo wner a ebai lnee aS well to2 ex
plress him isel f, and1( 1 2am one, no1w ithI
sland)(ing 11lot Shot. to the conltrary'i.
Nowv, II' l\t'. Ilot Shot cani prove~ toc
'ca Ihv lit got the s: ate r'ight
look out1 for miselfand li mn itlily tas th
laindown-er, I shiould hike for' hlim to d1(
so. It think this too grave a questloll
at. this time11 to nmake it a one-sided natl
ter. Th'is is a si ruggIe foi' illeat and1(
br'adl wvith hum id ((s of poor' souls tha
don1' OIVwn 21 loot ofi lanid, and( wit hot
meanils tor 111 anote vi'ur. is I lot Shot
- willinig,to.r'educe the rent (2'hii..
live ut1 o' tr,eh of' the lilen I,awy-a
chanitice1 tach III? h'oinnat u-IOy la
hIwls ofthis (cun2tryv give ('v(i'vbaIy
alttil. triee sp0ehi, 12nd( I have15 is i'ui
hias 1(olus or2 anly o4the(rs of' his stia
and( whattt I have 44o 82ay relative 1(2 the
L en1 Lawv. wd il, I kinow, mec(i. Iiavora
bly the mindlls o1 till fair-thgiikl,soh- a
,i owner's. IfI 1 iilke 11(2, it w111 a la
t eisetd to he01li 01he ones wie'll s
0other. I havr bween grill mg lienis b.
(Iau11e I ('oilId 1n(1t hel p hi iuelf. I run1
two ulinghs, hv. ,... ..-tei .ull
work my own labor, pay six lea
bales of ctton r6nt, anid paiy noy' ic
Without the blenefit ofthr& law, I CoL
not have farioed, and I can't run
tal-m noxt year withont the help of t
Lien Law, uIless M.. Hot Shot c
see (what can't) a better way for I
Will Ie il) 1ne to a side or soi of I
con, some meal, and horso food I
another year without a ]ien?
Messrs. Editors doit't understa
tme to approvo of tis law, no. - I
peal It, yeq, I say do a'way with It,. t
not now. It has beeni a good and
Ctrs(, too, anld take it up 0110 side a
down the other, it has done tis-ias MH
good as harm ill tile last two yei
Let us not throw out the dirty wai
until we got in tile Clean. A go
general stdies careftully his 111pls
,ore eiteriig iito battle, and ifhuiing
is iolit a m. -Imy I doti't know it; a
itow, it looks to re as itAe'e was sti:
some of us it the face. I hald rathi
risk 1iy chances with tile uijerchal
anlother year dialn with Hlot Shot al
I1s kind, for It hasn't ralned aiv mc
inl his section t11n iIn mille. 'Ill t
Iext place, such an argtunent is 11
democratic in the wav I take It. N
welit arn and Armll together to le bi
lot-box with the saie intention
stlld up1) to oulr rights, 01111l:g o
lites toupOlee oi the s1rn1e ba)tu
which waves over the poor its well
tile Hiol mal, and wiy should v
witlt a so mrattionl now *onl the nll(
and nieal usiiess at a crisis' of dirt
need with tile poor man? Suppc
Legislature repeaim the Lien La
Whitt IS I 111all of IV COnditioln to (1
And fhiert atre litdreds of nIl kiii
Will Mr. lot Shot seiid to tho' Nut
for Suippheus anld fi'urnish the people ,
Casier terils? I 'ear. not. We won
perih btfre lie could establish ere4
there. Much safet.r to hold oil to t
ohd merchalit who has thready i nai
I think it limuh better to hold tle,
ings Itil let tle voice of the people
heard, and let oliur Legisitutre km
the popllitr011 setlliment, of the peop
Wo haven't naade so I it,ch co to I
that %we cani Spnare at (ly or so to til
i", 0ct. I eillilot Coline 111 to IM Ir. II
Shot's prescribed forml of' i pet.ili
withll its 1111111bers of aicres of hld
present to preseIt to the Legislatuli
buit it the Liell law is lbolished I c
heat himin itiuliber %% ith at petition
hiungry childrei. It' Mr. Ilot Shot i
t .-Oded to 11gtate 8011101sioieg of bei
t:) all alike--a living Fhr all--he "hoi
have <le it dilIbei,1I Iv. I coifess iI
h-, Can1 with Il other I .11owners I
Clse country.) and ma1.ke linaittI' r 111un
better it'they would go h in lilt
together in the right way, but I (I
like ills plan of perishlllg a tllow
deaith at fihe Start, and 4inl brinl'i
about the hAngllillgFor the prospelil"v
the coluntry. It will lve to start at*t
.handowler S , anl1d ill ti in thinnble op
ion it wvill have to begin b, not reiti
land to free laborers. Work for stni
lg wages or part of' the crop, but
tile Lien Law go) Oil alloither year
two it' li'nCessarV. All of the leadi
Radhcals will ntot work for. wawes
part,o t he crop. This i.- a stig 'ina
Iheir. ilille as leadaers, an)d the( se(imel
they will pick up their team's anld lilo
away frin "Iioll.-St uts, la.aving" its I
oMlliilhl dharkey whoill we (.:' Contr
and 1 tilize to rcllin effi!(.ll both
Voters wi uhIls anld (ginclil nlm11
hors. It' il Shotf 61a other lt
owlers hoh] top to tle.5e smngestior
rlerly ; )ecullc thie lot Shot Cro
will ha111 e control of' the stock. 1f
have'i at ll toniebed onl politi c:, let n
ily 10i timie o1 penclC preparte for war,.
J:'.1i's G. Iicuox.
'liAIN IlonnNR1Y IN AlUK.\NSA's.
'Ier(il 1o 1110 (Guze//c, dtetd Litt1.
I t>ok, Sep1temb1 er 23, frotn A rkalphii
says: "TIhie I rain oin the Iron Mounta
lii Southern11111 Wtilwy W whichi 1e
Texarka(na all eight. o'elock h:ist unig1
wals b)oarttled at. I 1ope by threi'e voun
111en, who 11, a1'1er ptissitig l'esctt atl
when1 n1ear! Kils-eltt suttdden I Vly rw1
rol vers alhd ordre th0(1le coutducltor
itopi the t.rain, wich he0 did. The
hen1 prloceededl to make1t the paIssen1ge
throw iup their, hands(1 and11 robbed flher
retl tig $700. Theythe visited ti
)x ft'051s ear1, opend tI c C nessen11gel
5:tC fe ( antIOOk $:10),000 ill (~'etwren .J3
tor'e lealving tile tri th1er threwy a10w fW
ii package Oconitalinin g $1'5,00)0, nnldi
11he 1:lwe)Csionl that it wa1s vaLIneles
T'he robbers are said to be0 luere bov
rind1 it is believed thaIt thev Will sh1011
be catufl)red. Governlor Ch1urchll hi
doubt less olbr al reward' of $2,500, ati
for their cap iltire.
-"I'(Ldie ulhouldl kIlow, Ithat ArcOl
iIair Vigo is aL louperOior and1( econ'oi:
eal drin 1g. it. has b ecollne anl iil
penIsale ar't.icle for thle toilet. *
.Messrs. Williains & Ifutledge, Gre
viille, S. C.: .1)earp Sir.-The plini
p.nrehal1sed of' you gives enti re satista
I on innl 111( 1 nn conIvinIced that it is WI
wyorth thle pr'ice paid(.
Messrs. W I ilis & ifutledue, Gree
purchased ofl' you fo1 '') Greno
lII gh School'' is one1 of iiuperior 1(1
nmt irtely 11ati '-he101ry. 1Respiel iin
[Ziss] \l. I-:. ibihUn-r,
[ instru10 ctre. ini :\lI -i<
Glreenw'',ood, S. ( '.,1 Feb. 7, il. *
To) ent:'1NT Tr:l1 wrTorNOl oin rJr.rvi:av
GI'iN ill \Till tt (til:lIA' 11.1 11,1 (0-, 'y
ToIl Eu Il'1wis11no1o, S U.
1) E 'T' ENACTFD-'I AND 0iit).\T;NI
theo Ton11 or \Vin.ihorou, &' C. ini (Tiu
an.ly person~, olmporaxtion or' film, to s;or
keen' dep1,osil. ir (auIso tto be stole
dleposilttd ko kest I i storage,' at or'
nny', plaie withmn tihe corpointe hllmts
t he T'own1I ofiI W inshoro, 01' to deliver,
cauise to ho deOlivered, at or' from1 ni
pIhilco wIitin i the(0" corporato lim its of so
Town, any (' -ano, PuIver'izt,,t ilonit, A,.
Ira who V t sinsil vit te the l'ovisions
1this It Or iant',l shll,tl'li i 1 I uIn on i ie
l'I-N 1)OLLhAltH foir echl day's conltinu
I1on ill ('tiiil, this 11h0 '2th (lay
A tlgm;t. 1 h8l, nil wiIithi the 0crp.,rato se
of' isaid Tiown agflixed,
JOIiN J. NF. r,
(kerk of' Councit.
AT OU9 HOUSE
;r CHOICE SUMMER BEVERAGES,
ad s3n As
te- SHERRY COBBLERS,
a CLARET PUNCHES,
61h SODA WATER,
el- LEMONADES and
OLD VIRGINIA MINT JULEPS.
ell TRY THE CELEBRATED
D OCaK 8 aEU n
I jrRrH AWD COOL'
re nay.8 Next dloor to W. It. Dot-y & Co.
t> INSURE YO UR LIFE
ur IN THE
as Presbyterian Mutual Assurance Fund,
atYout havleto pay but little for tihe sumn wicli
syou rtetO, anti only what, tihe lnsurane-i actu.
IV You are uro that, your family wIll got.thstir
t your dnt31, is by special etittso in tho char
d. No r.;k it) rm. nor any p nssiiit. nf the cor.
p oration falling, ai (to other lisurance comi
Yout know whats.von pay each asscainent for
youan iniure fil this when you1 could not, 1
ita Iore vxpenl.Ive o1w.
Yaot know ,hern a, bet nolnroesse ofla
It id rxpn(ture of iventis to obUtin L,ho attin al
You rei.vtl a bl(Initt, of five collars a wc!
when sivc or lilialic to liti.cItd to btilnwss.
i.t- IIt, i filhe elsit-Ad St . Ifes ', wily to secure ti
be l r9(i iiou tit for the benelit, of your'fainity
1 No inillions,inassed to tempt the honci.y o
tt i o11 itt,al plar
li % r asliundi tiho resUL sure.
s I 4:en oI pay roi out, large sIls to 1111urane(
'CO AU 111-%, I h I lwy Is lft wit,h catch nau1ibut
it i O IIte'. nveudl4.
uin C.Unnot0 I )'iIhjetC(Il (A) tho 'aiml. 0( CcIor!
to 1101' rIA hed 1.0y at a11 ilant., al1ahA i 'unt 1.-or o t,
1rWO .s o hi, so Its to div(*,t It rroik thn
lI Fqir frirt.her pjirtlet'irs and vipplIcnitonfoi
11a1 berilt-41), call onl ,1 . oA0,
() - s- pt 2.1-31n Agent for Falir110d countt.y
lit "OLD I1CKORY WAGONS."
is-* ONE ITORSE,
A,' FO UR I 101ZSsE,
14 A fill nwortment of wagons, both IRON
d- AXI, and 'I'IMBLE SI NS, now in
et store. PIGICES il out the sttne ats last.
or soason. Every wa-ion% wrrarined for
twelve months. I Ilmive on haid two openl
anid twio t P htggies. iu which I offer a
iant';1 Ono extr buggy polo, with
iek yoke, for salo cheap. jUgy 11111
wagon lhIarules, Jersey walglon lat-Iess,
SLagew wgon barness~' (saddle, tug. anid
h- ang 25
'T HE P U BL IC.
I hav just returned from the
to mngs thman over before for the peopl)e
Sof Fairfio]d andtt aidjouirning counties,
G- with hundreds of ar'ticles at
'r* l"IFT1Y CEINTrS ON T.ilE D)OLLA1t,
s, Miy rapidly accumulating business
y not yet enough, I throw my banner
Ito the breeze and boldly strive for
Sthe championship of the State.
TiS SE~ASON I INTEND
's To bury the ma)trket bleneath the
Sdebis of shattered prices. Thme
audacity of my Logic wvill ring
triumphant over all opposition.
n-Rich find poor, great atnd smaldl,
ao from the castle to the catbinl, Carolina
e- jwill thrill to the
MAGiC0OF MY PRICES.
Concen traito every expectation,
demand all you can of melrcanitile
n.. (Interprise, aind still find mec more
10 thant equa:l to tihe occasion. Since
a( the fall of 1878 I have
iFeel imy weigh I, as the peCol
well kn11ow whait p)liers thmey hald to
pay for iY OOODS~ h.efo.ro MY
openCling inl W'innsaboro'. WYith good:
bouL4h thi year att prices far OX,
codinag previous9 years F, w.ithi a
R RANCH HO USE
C IL E S T1 E R,
l And, tccry fociliy I ex tto
coe acs Old Pr~iicos 11( natrush goods at
* figuires thmat will mnkoth the w~orld
rwonider and rivalr'y (uo-ca!tlled) tmrc
nghad My1 list of goods sliaugh..
tred. will oppar ini next week's
1) assue.* 1tcapecofully,
r UNUI 1MELLERI A ND SLAS11El
'1 sal 80 2
.1 NOT - CE
d ~ ici er b given t hat iappliett it'n wrill he0
- I oa:ale lo then i ittt ure t th onas.g.
I ig seM(i3.onI, for t' finororio o01 a)
Auaaow (Gangei Ibuirou,<l bet,ween witnns,
born1 334 haniheton or Alstont, or1 some point
butween the0 last two i.h eu.s
WHITE WITH COTTON
HANOS & ORDANS.
CASHI PRICES, t
THREE MONTHS' CREDIT,.
LUDDEN & BATES'
S ecia Stilmmer Ofor
FOR AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER.
A Little Cash Now and the Balance
When Cotton Comes In.
During the months of Angus! and Scp
tqmper, we ci*er 1ianos and Organs at
LoW.-r Cmia Jri.:m, i.a'1a b0
Sa CASI ON A PIA NO,
810 CA.31 ON AN ORGAN,
rnd the balance in three months w0houtl
ii1tsre.W. This offer expires October 1st,
next. Buy now, tnd buy ais chielap ats yoti
canh next FalI with cash in hand. Nothing
gainod by waiting. Prie s will be higher.
Another boom i.- eloso at hand. Ma n)
fucturers will not be able to lalf supply
the demand, and Instruments will b2
searce and high.
WAREROOMS 0110(K A BLOCK
Now, with a naunificent stock-all from
old ndi.l standard iakers. Prices th
I 'west. Terms the easiest. Two hundred
lustrumHe.t- to scle-t. from. Best Makers
only. Our very Cheapest Instruments are
porfectly reliable. Pianos and Organs
.tent on ifteen davs test trial. It's all wo
ask. Give us the privilege and we -vill Ie
happy. 1-vl(d for latest prieco li:;t, an1d
Ohlige, yours truly,
luddeun c?z Batem
MAKING WAT7CHEl- - S.
D)efective Watch Cauos are one or the chlcf
entise~s of so thsany wathes not bC lg goodl
timo pieces. Thie cases being thin and not It
ting well admit, dlust, and dirt I.0 the mojve
mIent, whlichi SOon Interferes withi thte running
parts of the wateh nrecessit:tig eil'anitog, rc
pairin1 g, &e., ansi ihe anmount Itus paid out if
aIpplIid t Owati dbuying al good ease ini tile be
ginning, wouIld have saved all this trouble and1(
e. pense. We hsave recent ly seen a case thalt
ineets all these requIrements, IL having been
carried for over t wenty years and1( still remains
perfect. We refer tO the~ JA S. JIOSS' P'atesnt
Stial'enedl old Ctase w11lh imsi become onle
of the stalpie art,icles or the Jewelry trado,
pos.sessing ats IL does so many adva nt ages over
ll other watch -eases, beinag rmale ef two
heavy plates of solid gold over a psllte of COml
posItIon. And we adv'ise all our readers to ask
their Jeweler for a Card or cat alogue I hatL wHIt
exIslhin the manner in which I l.ey are Imadie.
It Is the Only StialcYeed Case made wvith two
pliat es or gold, seamless pendants, ni dcentre,
solId joints, crown pieces, &c., all of whieh aIre
covered by letters patent. Therefore buly no
cnse before consulting a Jeweler who keeps tile
JAS. BOSS' Paternt.St lirened Gold Case, that
you may learn tihe difference bet,ween it anId
all imitations that claim t o be equtally good.
F'or sale by aill responsIible Jewelers. Ask to
see1 the warranlt that accompiailes each c.isc,
and dton't be persuaded that, any other make of
ca3e Is as good. ap 12.
LADIES ! V
HAVING detrmino(l to "CLOSE
OUT" our stock of Spring Dressa
Goods, we ol'or you from this diato
rnusual bargainrs in same. *Wo have
a complletto line of thesec goods, aind
parties will do well to call, examine TV
anid pl ice Llheso before p)urchlasing'.
We would also call your at tention t.o
onr line of .Fanev Muisli, and1 Linen
Lawns. In white goods we are "Full
Up." Our line of these goods con -
tsist.s of Linen Latwnss, Victoria
Lawinst, B3ishop Lawnsii, Phin Plaid '
andi S tripOd NainSsookri, J aconets,
CJambrics, 'iqJues, Plain and Plaid
S" iss, &.c., &c. Laces, Laces,
Laces. Edgings, Edgings, Edg- "
CALL AND SEE FORl YOUR
McMAST1Elt, URIICE & KETCIllN. Ai
R. J. McCA RLEY & CO.,
COTToN I'UVERJS AND) COMMIlSSiON -
Are niow prel ared to p.ive the highest
nussrha. price for thle .staplie. a 1
Wo ar'. il''lnts f'sr Ithe Bltown CottLos li1
Gits, wa iith Feeder and Gontdense.r.h
We are also agenrts for the Chsamp,ions sf
All partien will Ilid it10l their advant.
aget to give us a call.
I AM NOW RECEIVING daily 1
-y Goods, consisting in part of D
roat variety, Corsets, 11osiory, Gic
f all kinds, which will be sold as 10
AND FANCY GOODS in all the I
ur Millinor from Baltimore. has s4
are, and no pains will be spared to
be abovo DEPARTMENTS. Miss
IF YOU WANT A SEWING MA
nd the best Fanmily Machine on th(
beu being in use in this County, a
ny other without basting. you can
JUST IN A SUPPLY OF GRO(
jard, Cheese, Crackers, Cakes, (
lerosono Oil, Bagging, Iron Tioi; a
o found at J. 0. BOAG'S, on the C
hero. Don't forget to call, as thos
AN ASSORTMENT OF BED
[AS JUST IECEIVED A FRESU I
FINE FIRESI CID
UTNEGS, ESSENCE AND EXTR
FINE TABLE SALT, I
GENERALLY SOLD L
Th "QEE B S ort n ks
raps easil adusedtoan dsied/
iTETOOT rTE PR' t O:
TynopsisNB2S 01 of whih Igi8o blow
rfApR Faxily fTijlE tIoUS Toy Tc,ii 1
1f.uAg bTL. F.\'~ rM itLy-.-Al- . ixo i,l t
C1Nr NFiE OcNtS,
A] IORNatAi;A , iome.ig chioico. m
SUCCOTAuai, Beans~ and Corn (;omn,'
\ALSO 1NVIT YoUR ATT'JENTI;oN To (JUl
[Mye mo a call and examne for yourself.,
-Ucles too nlumerous to mnt,ton.
D. R. ELENNIREN.
J (TIICE is loereby given that appli'a
tVion wil*l'be 1madeI to I ho Letgislai
re of the taite of South .aol)ina20, ot itsN
xt s ion41f, fr1 ft charter Io constructlo
'atrorld frc,m siome~ pon I.(I 'e ('i
tweeni (;olumia,j anid W'Iifnsor, to)
mei p~oint ('nst of Cainden, 8. C., by way
(Camdetin, H. C.
A g. (t3 81z.A.ANRM
ay Fall Stock of.. Staple and Faney
mnmitics, Calicoes,' Dresr Goodu in
vos, Notions, Fringes, Laces, Auttin
w as the lowest.
loveltion of the season. Misa BLA/IK,
>lected the above goods 'ith groit
please our frionde and customers in
BLACK will be with us the coming
.CH-INE, one that has stood the test,
i markot, three hundred and fifty of
Ad will do a greater range of work than
Hnd it at J. 0. BOAG'S.
SERIES, Flour, Meal, Gript, Bacon,-, 1
landios, Mackerol, Tobacco, Cigars,
id any and e ery thing you want js to
orner, as choap as can be bought tiny..
o are facts and worthy of your aton
TEADS, CHAIRS, LUMBER, ETC.,
,INE OF CANNED G OODS, CONSIST
ER AND VINEGAR.
ACTS OF LEMON AND VANILLA,
rEtY FINE MOLASSES,
SOAP, AND ALL
N A G ZOCERY STORE.
E MVIU-A C<.
htip irtor is by far the most comfortabjo
rxLet, and( hasi n0W and(1 iovd ~shoulder.
,thI. It also has tho immeunsely ff:puilar
which ntot onily pirevents thu stee a from
>rak the clasps. Warranted in every par
J. M. BEArTY & CO.
AND) FEEl) STABLES.
Wanio1o, S. C., Sept. 1, 1881.
THO)SE JIDEWJTED TO TIlE UN
D)EISIGNED, KNOWING TIJEIin
NOTES FALL DUE ON TIHE IRST*
OF OCTOBER, WILL PREPAJRE
TO( M1EET1 TI'lE M, AS FULL PA Y
M ENT WILL BE RE:QIRIED. UIN
LESS FURJTI IER ARIt\NG EMENTS
THlf El R NOTES CARIRIED OyVei
FItOM LAST YEAR WILL MEETi
TilEM PROMP'TLY, AS I WILL
F'O RE CoLLEYermO N mII,mL