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WORK OF OUR LAW-MAKERS. I
?.FURTHER I.IST OF IMPORTANT ACTS
OF TUR GRKRRAt. AWIMBLT.
Vrrw LAW? ?nd Old L?w? m*do orer to Snit
?a? Ttatoi.-Tk* ?niau of . Hard-ITork.
Act to provide for and regulate tlio
incoporuiioo of towns of ICHS than one
thousand inhabitants in this State.
Act lo authorize the county commis
.loners of Llaiiiptou county to open
anti construct a publie highway across
Actio authorize thu trustees of the
Uuiversity of South Carolina to sell
eertain property belonging te tho South
Act to provide for and r egnlato tho
incorporation ol' manufacturing coui
pauies in this ?tate.
Act to incorporate the town of
Mount (Jannel, on the Savannah Val
ley Railroad? Abbeville county.
Act to proscribo the priorities of cer
tain statutory lions.
Act to incorporate tho Wilmington,
Chadbouruo and Conway Railway
Act to provide two additional trial
justices for Clarendon county.
A Joint Resolution to authorize thc
school trustees of School District num
ber twelve, (12) Hampton county, to
issue a pay certificate for forty-five
dollars to Mrs. M. I*. Molvoy out of
the funds of the fiscal year ending
October 81, 1885.
A Joint Resolution to authorize the
on ms commissioners ofPickens coun
ty lo pay to S. D. Stewart tho sum of
Act to authorize the Governor to pay
Frank De Loach, of Hampton county,
thc reward offered for the capture ef
Joe Gibson, out of hisCvUliugOUt fund.
Aol to require thu county commis
sioners of Morry and Georgetown
OOUlllies to open and keep a certain
highway between Marlow's postof?oe,
in I lorry county, ami Hie Methodist
Parsonage in Georgetown county.
Act to incorporate thc Mount Pleas
ant und Seaview City Railroad Com
Act to incorporate tho Berkeley
County Land and Stock Company.
Act to provide for and regulate thc
incorporation of bunks in this State.
Act to repeal nu Act em it led "An
Act to prohibit the sale of spirituous
or intoxicating liquors in the county
ofOeonee," udprovod December 24,
Act lo amend Section 1,019 of thc
General Statutes so us to change tho
Hmo of closing tho school accounts of
the school districts of a county.
Act to authorize trial justices to
issue warreuts for search und seizure
and for Hie arrest of suspected per
Act to amend an Act entitled "An
Act to amend an Act entitled 'An Act
to amend au Act to provide fol' a more
speedy development of the Columbia
Act to vest in the intendant of thc
town of Camden, within tho town of
Camden, thu same powers and authori
ties in criminal matters which now
an 1 shall he hereafter rested in a trial
justice under the laws of this State.
Act to authorize and empower the
town council of tho town of George
town to impose and collect licenses
apon pe ruons engaged in any calling,
business, trado or profession within
Act to authorizo the adjutant and
inspector general to lend arms to
schools or colleges tho pupils of which
are instructed in military tactics.
Act to refund certain money to Daniel
Act relating to trial justices for tho
counties of Laurens, Abbeville, George
town, Berkeley and Charleston.
Act to raise supplies and make ap
propriations for thc fiscal year com
mencing November 1, 1885.
Act io incorporate the Brotherhood
.f the South Carolina Annual Confer
Act to pr?vido for the appointment
of a stenographer for tho third and
fourth judicial circuits.
A Joint Resolution to nut ho ri ao the
.ohool commissioner ofPickens county
to draw his warrant upon the county
treasurer of ?aid county In payment of
a school claim held by M Us' Ketella
Act to exempt certain portions ef
Williamsburg county from the opera
lions of Chapter XXVll of the General
Statutes relating to the stock law.
Act to incorporate the town of
Monck'* Corner, in the county of
Act to provide salaries for certain
officers in Georgetown county, in lieu
of all fees and costs.
A .Joint Resolution proposing un
amendment to Article ll. of tho Con
stitution of the State of South Caro
Act to un thor ?zo and direct tho
county treasurer of Berkeley county to
rebate from tho taxes of the fiscal year
1885 certain payments in excess of the
taxes for 1881 nade by certain purtles.
Act to prescribe and regulate tho
introduction in the General Assembly
Of measures relating to private inter
ests and the conduct of the same in the
Act providing for thc safekeeping of
thc registration hooks and replacing
such as karo boon defaced or injured.
Act to suppress the publication and
circulation of obscene books, papers
and pietUI'OS and thc posting of inde
cent show hills.
Act to repeal Subdivisi?n 23 of Sec
tion 1f>9 of the General Statutes relat
ing to thc exemption of property from
Act to amend an Act entitled au Act
to prohibit non-residents from hunt
ing, ducking, Hailing und gathering
oysters and terrapins within the limita
of thc counties of Georgetown, Beau
fort, Charleston, Colleton and Berkeley
except upon certain conditions.
Act to regulate the fees of physi
cians and surgeons for testifying as
.xperts in criminal cases.
Act to incorporate the Laurens
Building and Loan Association.
Act to amend an Act to organize
boards of health and for tba better
protection of the public health, ap
proved tho 19th dav nf December, A. D.
Act to pr?vido for thc appointment
of a stenographer for the fifth and sixth
Act to amend an Act entitled "An
Act authorizing trial justices to Issue
warrants for thc enforcement ol'agrj
cultura! Mens in certain case* and to
fix compensation therefor."
Act io incorpmule tho town of Mid
way in the county of Barnwell.
Act to incorporate Henry Tramway
Company lu Abbeville county,
Act to incorp?ralo tho Columbia,
Newberry and Lauren?; Railroad
Act to declare a certain creek, on
?list?) Island, In Berkeley county, a
A Joint Resolution to authorize tho
county commissioners of Kershaw
county to apply certain funds in their
hands to general county purposes and
to validate tho act of nala commission
ers in applying a portion of tho said
funds to thc payment of certain county
obligations known as thc Wuiorec
Uiver Free Brldgo Bonds.
Act to permit thu salo of domestic
wines manufactured in thia Statu with
A Joint Resolution to nuthorizo the
employment ot an engineer to report a
plan for the improvement of tho drain
ages in thc vicinity of the lunatic asy
Act to amend an Act entitled "An
Act to amend an Act entitled an Act
creating a harbor commission for the
bav and harbor of Char los ton, approv
ed'24th December, 1880," approved
December 20, 1880.
A joint Resolution lo provide for the
payment ol' certain past due school
claims lo Marlboro count v.
Act to incorporate thc Mason Cotton
Act to prohibit the catching of terra
pins between the first ?lay of April ami
tho thirtieth day of Juno in any year.
Act to amend an Act to prohibit tho
sale of spirituous and malt liquors
within the county of Barnwell, approv
ed December 21, 18S:J.
Act to regulate recognizances to be
taken before trial justices.
Act to require thc county commis
sioners of llorry county to keep and
maintain tho fence between Dorry and
Act to amend an Act entitled "An
Act to limit the ?gos ot pupils attend
inf free schools," upnrovcd December
Act to authorize the defendants in
action? to recover lauds to set up ti
claim for improvement*.
Act. to allow tim superintendents ol
highways in thc counties of Chester
Spartatiburgg nud Bickens (he sum o
two dollars per day for their services
lor twelve days in each year.
Act lo amend Section 2,498 of th?
General Statutes relating to tho cn
forcement of agricultural liens.
Act to amend an Act omitted "Ai
Act to amend and renew the charte
of the town of Abbeville," approve?
March 17, 187.').
Act to permit persons in the Stat,
liable to road duty IO pay a commuta
tion in lieu of working the roads.
Act to amend Section 2.657 of tin
General Statutes of this State in rel i
tion to the rencwul of records fron
Act to equalize the punishment of al
persons convicted in the Courts ofGon
eral Sessions of tho sale of spirit non
I or intoxicating liquors, whether nude
the general law or special laws appli
cable to towns.
Act lo renew and amend thc charte
of the town of (./entrai, in tho conni
Act to incorporate tho town of Foi
eaton, in the county of (Marendon.
Act lo amend Section 1,604 of tb
General Statute?, relating to gani
Act to raise supplies and mak
appropriations for the fiscal years con
mencing November 1, 188?.
Act to make appropriations to mee
the ordinary expenses of the State Gol
eminent for tho fiscal year common?
lng November 1, 1S85.
Borne of (he ?\v Statutes.
Ul RI NU OP CONVICTS.
AN ACT to repeal an Act requiring all Coi
? viets hired fruin Lite Penitentiary to I
i and remain under a sworn officer ai
SKCTION 1. That an Act entitled "/N
Act requiring all convicts hired fro
the Penitentiary to bc and remal
under a sworn officer and guards, ai
pointed by and responsible to the sn
eriutcndont of the Penitentiary, ?ii
regulating the hiring of such convicts
approved tho Mill day of Dcuembc
1884, lie, and the same is hereby, r<
SKC. 2. That thc superintendent ai
board of directors of the Penitential
be, and they hereby are, authorized
make contracts for thu perform ince <
specific work, such work to ho doi
entirely under the control and dire
tion ol the officers ot thc Penitential'
Also to hire out tho convicts undi
the provisions of the law in force
the time ol'til? passage of the Acl <
tbs 24th day of December, ISSI,
Statutes 816, and such other rules ?ii
regulations as they may adopt to seen
the well being and humane treat mc
of the convicts. And that (hey I
authorized lo employ a physician,
be nominated hy the surgeon ot t
Pouiientitirv, resident in the neig
boi'hood, to have medical supervisa
of squads ol' fifty or moro convici
I such physician to Ito paid oui of fun
of tho Penitent ??try, anil to rcpt
weekly to the surgeon ol' I be Pen i te
dary, the superintendent und b >ard
directors to have regard to such p
pense in fixing thc compensation f
the hire of said convicts.
SKC. r>. That the superintendent ai
board of directors of the Pcniloiititl
he, and they thereby an*, authorize
in their discretion, to purcoaso or lens
out of tho surplus earnings of thc Pe
itenliary, ono or more farms in tu
part of the Stale, due regard being hi
to the reasonable liculthfllllioss ol' t
SKC. 4. It. shall be the du tv of t
superiutaudcut and bon.nl ot dircctoi
and ihov are hereby required, t<> prc
eenie all violations of the law in rt
erotica lo tho treatment of convicts.
SKC. ?. That any contractor or ai
other person Ol' persons win? shall vi
late the provisions ol any law regnl;
in.? the hiring of convicts shall bebe
gulltv of a misdemeanor, and on co
viol ion thereof shall bc punished I
imprisoii?ient not exceeding: five yes
or tine not excocding $500 or both,
the discretion of tho Court, and in i
such prosecutions any convict stu
bo a comp?tent witness lu behalf
JAIL AND MUNICIPAL CONVICTS.
An ACT to ut' Ize the Labor of Jail ai
Municipal Oonvicts and to empower t
Courts and Municipal Authorities to I
puse the punishment of labor wit)
their respective Jurisdictions.
SKCTION I. That from and after t
passage of this Act all Courts ni
municipal authorities which und
existing laws have power to sonten
convicts to confinement in prison in
within their discretion imposo the co
dil ion of hard labor for a period n
exceeding ninety days.
SKI . 2. That all convicts so sontcne
to hard labor and confinement mu
upon thc condition? hereinafter spe
fled, be required lo perform lin
labor upon thc public highways, rom
bridges, and other public works ol' t
...?linty m which thu olfciico of will
they arc convicted was committed,
upon thc streets or other public wor
within thc limits of tim incorporal
cities, towns ami villages in which t
o fte nee for which they aro sontenc
I IISIISSMMBIIUIIVWWX1 lilli III- ll III H III ll UBI M III HOW
SEC. 3. That all convicts so sentenced
to liill'd labor tor tho county shall bc
limier tho direction and control of (lie
board of county commissioner*, and
tho municipal convicts under tlie direc
tion sud control ot the said municipal
authorities, who shall respectively di
rect thc time, placo and manlier of thc
labor to be performed : Provided,
that hi their Judgment it be practicable
to employ thc labor to advantage.
And provided furl her, that thc said
hoar?! of county commissioners and
tho said municipal suthoritios respec
tively provide suitable and efficient
guards for ibo sale-keeping of said
convict?, and thal said g ii a lils be paid
for Mich service out of I he county funds
when employed by said board of coun
ty coiiimis?lonerS| mid out of munici
pal funds when employed by said
SEO. 4. That tho county sheriffs
ohargod with tho custody of prisoners
HO sentenced io hard labor shall, dur?
iny thc work hours ol' thc day or dur
ing a term td' da\6 lo bo spoutied by
said commissioners upon the order of
the board of county commissioners,
deliver them to the safe-keeping of thc
authorities herein provided tor their
control and direction.
AN ACT to prevent and punish thc Adul
teration of Food and Drink, sud thc
Saie of unlit and unwholesome articles
of Food and Drink.
SECTION I. That whoever shall know
i 11 ir l \ sell or expose, or oiler tor sale,
or have in Ids possession with intent
lo si ll, or oller for sale, any kind of
meat or vegetables, or fruits or other
articles ol provision.?, whether for
food or di ink, that arc diseased, cor
runted or unwholesome for food or
drink, shall bc guilty ufa misdemeanor,
and upon conviction thereof, in a
Court ol' competen! jurisdiction, Khali
he punished by tine or imprisonment,
liol exceeding one hundred dollars
linc or thirty du)s1 Imprisonment.
And I he aforesaid anieles ?diall be for
feited a.ul destroyed.
SEC. 2. Whoever shall fl'nnduloiitlv
adulterate or cause lo ho adulterated
fur thc purpose ol sale, or have in his
possession willi intent io sdi, or oller
tor sale, any article or kind of foud or
drink so adulterated, Khali be guilty of
a misdemeanor, and upon conviction
thereof, 'u a Court of competent juris
diction, shall be punished by line or
imprisonment, nut exceeding one hun
dred dollars' line or thirty dava' Im
prisonment. And thc articles s<? adul
terated shall be I rici I cd and dosi roved.
SEC. .'?. Thal all Acts or pails of Act?
iticolisistcnl willi (Iiis Act I?.', and arc
SEC. 4. This Act shall go into effect
upon its approval.
AN ACT to suppress Hie publication and
circulation o? Obsceno books, Paper!
and Pictures, mid Hie posting of Inde
cent Show Hills.
SECTION 1. Thal whoever knowing!)
imports, prims, publishes, sells oi
distributes any hook, pamphlet, ballad
printed paper or other thing contain
mg obscene, indecent or iinpropci
print, picture, ligure or dcscriptioi
manifestly tending io the corruptioi
of the morals of youth, or introduce
into a family, school or place of educa
lion, or bring?, procures, receives m
has in his possession any such hook
pamphlet, printed paper, picture o
ballad, or other thing, either for Hu
purpose of salo, exhibition, to aid in i
circulation, or with intent lo Introduce
the same into family, school or plan
of education, shall be punished b;
imprisonment not exceeding two year
or by a fine not exceeding $1,000, o
both, at the discretion of tho Court.
SEC. 2. Thal whoever poils or ox
hibbs in any public 'place any advci
tisemciit, show lull Ol* other printed o
Written picture of an ind?cent or ob
?cene character, shall be guilty of i
misdemeanor, and, upon cuuvictiol
(hereof, .-.hall be punished by i m pris
onmcnt not exceeding two years or b;
a linc not exec, ding 411,000, or both
in thc discretion ol (he Court.
STATU rOUY LIEN8.
AN ACT to proscribo the Priorities of cor
tain Statutory Lions.
SECTION 1. That from and after th
passage ?d' this Act the landlord shal
nave a Hell noon (he crops ol' his li n
uni for his rent, in prelere*ncc to al
ot her liens. That lu boro rs who assis
in making ail) crop shall have a Hoi
thereon to the extent ol' thc ntllOlin
lue them for such labor next in prior
itv tu (ho landlord, andas bctWCOl
-neb laborers lhere shall be no prefer
euee. That all ol her liens for ngl'icul
rural supplie-, shall be paid next alie
i he Sill induction of (he liens ol'the laud
hud and th" laborers, and shall ran
in other respects as they do now nude
SEO. 2. Thal no writing or recording
-'nail be necessary lo create the lien
of thc landlord, but such lien .?.!:".
exist from iho date ol thc contrae!
Whether the same he in writing o
Sic .">. Thal all Acts .iud parts u
Acts inconsistent with or supplied li
ibis Act lie, ?ind thc same arc herein
ILLICIT SALK Ol- Horons.
\N ACT lo equalize flio Punishment of a
persons convicted in Hie Court of Hoi
eral Sessions of Um sale of Spirituous i
Intoxicating Liquors, whether under th
General baw nrSpcelal haws applieabl
SECTION 1. Thal from and after iii
ipprovn! of tills Act all person* coi
vioicd in tho Coori of General Session
ol' thc sali- ol' spirituous Ol' intoxica!
iug liquors, wines, fruits proparci
willi spirituous liquors, bitters o
beverages of which spirituous liquor
form mi ingredient, whether under tb
general law Ol' special laws applieabl
to certain town, shall be punished li
tin; presiding Judge by Itnprisontnoii
liol exceeding six months. Ol' by tin
not exceeding $200, or both, at til
discretion of such Judge.
SEC. 2. All Acts or parts of Act
inconsistent with this Aot are hereh
THE FACTORY EXEMPTION.
AN ACT to repeal Subdivision 03 of Sectio
IG!) of thc General ?statutes, relating t
thc BSxomption ot Property from Yaxn
SECTION I. That Subdivision 2.1 o
Section 109 of tlie General Statutes 0
Ibis Slate bo, and the same is hereby
repealed: Provided, thal nothing here
in shall affect the rights of persons ac
quired under said section by reason o
investments heretofore mudo in tin
original erection and furnishing of sud
manufactories asare mentioned in sail
subvislon : Provided, further, that tin
exemption allowed by tili? Ac
shall not be construed lo extent
to oilier buildings or propel tv that
lhat which is exclusively and direct M
used in the manufacture of the article
mentioned in said subdivision, am
?neb exoinptlou shall cease at thc ex
pi in fio: i of ton years from tho dad
of tito commencement of euch maim
SCHOO f. A TT F. NI > A K C !...
AK ACT to emolid KU Act entitled "An Act
to limit tho ?peu of Pupils ntteiedng tho
Kroc Public Schools," approve;! Decem
ber 112, 188.?.
SUCTION 1. Thtvl an Ad entitled "An
Act to limit the ugcsof pupils attend
ing thc free public schools," approved
l)? comber 22. 1?83, be, and thc same
is hereby, amended by striking out tho
tvhoio of the ft rut section of said Act
and insetting the following in lieu
thereof: Section 1. That (rora and
utter thc pusiere of this Act, it shall
not be lawful tor any person who is
less than six op moro than eighteen
veara of ngc to attond any ot tho lice
A* ACT to arno lid an Act entitled "An Act
authorizing Trial Justices to issue war
ranta for the enforcement of Agricultural
Liens in certain car-es multo fix compen
SixT?:? l. That an Act entitled "Au
Act authorizing t rial justice* to issue
warranta for tho enforcement of agri
cultural liens in certain ca?es" br, and
the same is hr roby, amended br no
ding thereby the following sections, to
bo known as Sections 4 and'?, as fai
IOTT s :
"Any parson or prrsoun whose crop
or crops, wheller luci Fimr be stTcred
from the freehold or not, may he sri/.
ed under the provisions of thc preced
ing section* snail have the right, upon
entering into bond in accordance with
thc provisions ?d' ?aw now of force in
regard to Bollon* fur claim and deliv
ery ?d' personal pVOporty, lo recover
immediate possession of the crop or
crops en poized: Provided, that u>'th
ing herein contained Khali bc construed
-o as to a fleet any of tho orovlslons of
said procedint* sections in eases whore
no bond isaivetl as heroin authorized."
SKO. 6. The ousts and fees ol' trial
justices in canes for enforcement of
agricultural lieus pim 11 bc thc .-.-une as
for clerks of t 'mn ' i:i bindiar cases.
Thc costs and foes of constables in
Trial Justices' Courts shall bo die
same a- in like cases are now allowed
t ) sheriff-.
x N ATIONAL UHivein)ITV.
Thc Schrine ut Knnator tttKRUs for tts
A bill has bren Introduced in thc
United sane-. Senate b> Mr. ingall*,
Itt establish a national university.
Tiie bill provides that an institution
shall bo established ill th? District uf
t olutnbia to bo called "Tho National
University ol America." whom in
hlrttotion slioll bc o tte roi I in tho higher
branches of all departments of knowl
edge, and btclliiios furnished for rc
scai oh and investigation. Tbegovern
meni shall he vested ia a board ol
regents to consist of uno member from
each State of die Union to bc appoint
ed by the Governor thereof, five mem
bers at large to be appointed by the
President and cou Armed by the Senate
and ihc lollowiug a- cx-otticio mem
bers: Tiie Chiof Justice of ile United
Staled, thc connn-s-ioncr of patents,
the Superintendent of tho coast sttrvev,
tho superintendent ?d' thc naval ob
servatory, the secretary ol ! he Smith
sonian institution, the president of the
National Aeadomj ot Sciences, tho
president of thu American Association
for the Advancement Ol Science, the
president nf :he American Philological
Association, ihc presid? tu of thu Amer
ican Social Schunke Association and
tho chief efilcer of Ibo University. No
chair for the instruction of sectarian
religion or pnrtisau politics -hill be
maintained, and no sectarian or par
tisan lest shall be allowed in selecting
officers or professors. Thc instruction
shall be as nearly free as is consistent
with thc income, states mid Territo
ries shall he untitled to scholarships in
ratio of one fur each representativo or
del?galo und two for each Senator.
The*e scholarship* shall secure |rec
instructions for nearly live vears. Tho
Governor <d each State shall nominale
candidates for lite scholarships, a ful
each Slate and Territory shall be en
titled to one ldc membership.
A Civil Srrvlof Clerk flounced.
Oliver 1'. Burger of Quincy, Illinois,
who was appointed to a thoa and dollar
clerkship in tlie registry division of ihe
Postofllce Department last September,
under the civil service rule?, was sum
marily dismissed from the sendee by
Mic Pod master (Jenora! last week.
Soon alter coining into bis new posi
tion li urger prepared a postal circular,
which he I,as been industriously di
tributing in .nil sections of tho couutrv,
principally among school teachers, in
which he set- fort li that the government
oilers employment ai a remunerative
salary to those who are. qualified to
enter ii> service. The. postal circnlar
conclu.les ns follows: '"A pamphlet
lias been carefully prepared bj the
undersigned, giving fnll Instructions
ami useful suggestions lo those who
desire io ?land au examination, ard
will be sent bj leilira mad lo air.
address on receipt d' illly oents in
The depart mem efScial* say tua! the
statements contained la iii- circular
ate purposely luid gvVeMl mi 'eadie-.'
a- io t he clerical i?<;d-> bf tho goVeiie
mont mid ?TC mud'' for thc min pur?
poso of obtaining purchasers for ins
Atlanta Alon! li t Open.
Siic months two wo had imdcm.uid for
lt. [>. B., hut II.IT.' "i?. retail '. miami Usa -ii
that we arc forci d bi hay ingres* lola. Wo
attribute the ntpld timi unnnunus deinauil
to the comparative size and price of lt, it. lt.
(being largo hottlas for $.). abd its posi
tive merit. lt sell? Well and glVCS OtU CIH
tuinei. entire satisfaction. Our SSh'-i hav.i
i i ic re/ M'd Hin par OOllt, within a t.i>v nm: ni is.
.1 ?.( <>??. I*uAitu \ y,
per Fred li. Palmer, M. D.
ATLANTA,Sime 12, issn.
During the pwd few months I have alvon
13. H. I!, sever* tests in thc euro of Wood
Diseases-, and unhesitatingly pronounce lt
a safe, sure, hannie** and speedy Blood
Purifier, fully meriting the confidence of
the public, My customers are delighted
with it? effect?, ?nd the demand has so
wonderfully increased that 1 have been
enmpt lied to buy hy th? e.rns*?, as it is the
nu T Sellins bleed remedy f handle.
* w. A. <i KAU AM, Druggist
i III Hundred Christians Mnssaered.
General Dc Conroey, commander of
(lie French lories in Tonqtiiu, tele
graphs as follows : "During tho latter
part of December the rebels destroyed
the Catholic: Mission House al UgllQOn,
A II nam, ?ind killed a French missiona
ry and fl?0 hundred native Christian',
A column of Fro noll troops wa? -em
In pursuit of tko rebels* It overtook
and rooted them and captured their
arms and ammunition."
AnVfoKTo nora DH?.
MKS WIMM.UW'S ii')iri"i:in fveer rtioUd al
rf.i> s ac nsrrl .'or chll Vci) lemimr: ll aoothfs
th.- chilli, viftrni i i . ?UI ia, all-iys all pain,
curr* v'tA tobo -ciii w file i.'--.-1 remedy for
tttarrliru i. TwyUtf.Qva watt* a i?ouie
CA KI.isl,i vs I'oinii i n:i s.
the RpenUer of tito Home Make? Ap?
p?lntineitta Awaited with Interest.
Speaker Carlisle on Thursday after?
noon announced tho names of tho chair
men ot the following House commit
Elections-Turnor, ot Uoorgta.
Appropriations-lUndidl, of Penu
ry Ivan iu.
Ways and Means-Morrison, of Illi
Naval Affairs-Herbert?of Alabama.
Military A Hairs- Brass, of Wiscon
Foreign Affairs-Delmont, of New
Hulking ami Currency-Curtin, of
Coinage, Weights and Measures
Bland, of Missouri.
Rivers ami Harbors-Willis, of Ken?
Labor-O'Neill, of Missouri.
Patents-Mitchell, of Connecticut.
Pacific Railroads-Tlirockuioi toii, of
Commerce- Reagan, of Texas.
Public Lauds-Cobb, of Indiana.
Judiciary-Tucker, of Virginia
Indian A Hairs-Wellborn, of Texas.
PostolBces and Post Roads-Blount,
Claims -Springer, of Illinois,
Accounts -Springer, of Now York.
Invalid Pensions-Matson, of In
Military- Muller, of New York.
War Claims-Geddes, of Ohio.
Mississippi River-King, of Louisi
[Education-Aiken, of South Caro
Pensions-Kid ridge, of Michigan.
Private Land Claims-Halset), of
District of Colutnbia--Barbour, of
I tc form in Civil Service-Cox, of
North ( 'u roi i no..
American Ship Building-Dunn, of
ISx pendit tires in Post?nico Depart?
men j - Reese.
The ^ouih Carolina mombors are
positioned on committees ns follows:
Dibble - Public Buildings and
Grounds, chairman ; KlccJon of Pres?
iden! and Vie.-lYcsi ient (JJ).
Ti Jinan-Pacific Railways (7) Ex?
penditurc8iuSt.no Depart moid (-1).
Aiken-Agriculture (9); Education,
I'orrv -Territories (4); War Claims
Ilemphill-Coinage, Weights and
Meas m es (!)).
Dargan-Military A (l'ai rs (?I) ; Ex
penditures in Interior Department (o).
Smalls - War ( launs (ll).
.*. I ?ri' iii Now Orlcnti*.
John's rest au ran I, ai No. li' L nion
street, was burned last week. Some
duuuigo wah done to the rear of adjacent
buildings nu Carondale! street. Thc
loss is estimated at $10,000.
-The Ohio Republican legislative
caucus rc-notninalcd John Sherman as
hi- own successor lu tho Cubed Stales
Scuttle. No other name was present
Tlie SUCCCMM an Atlant? Article
lia.'? Achieved in the Lour
..\\\- Live-?ntl Permit Others to KXIHI."
DF.XIBU, TlCXAH, March l?, 1880,
Iti.oon BALM <'H.: It isa pront pleasure
tn us to state tn you thal ymir ll. B. lt.
t ikes thc le ul nf all blood purifiers in thu
country, on account of tho cures it has
eirceted since we have handled it. We hail
a case o', scrofula in our neighborhood, ot
lim .' standing, who han used all patent
medicines which wert? recommended to
him; besides this, he also had several doc
tors attending him, but everything failed
to etTeci any good. Ile grew werse every
day, an I h ni n it ?cit his lied lor Die last
six mouths. We had seen him several
tir.ir^ bl oar little town, though it has hecn
mole than fifteen moiithssiuce wo Inst saw
liim. amt we suppose this was the last t i mr
?10 was able to cunio to town, as he lives
alma! eight miles iii the country. His
name. h. Serven ka, ami wo gol a nelghhoi
of his to persuado him to try lt. H. B, nm!
after using only ONK novre li . loft his
in .i for the fir-t limo in six months.
To tho presold time hu has used les>
than three bottles, ami ho is walking
around visiting his friends in the neighbor'
hoo l ile has gained strength and flesh
rapidly. All scrofulous sores are healing
Iii.ely,' ami you never saw a happier man
than'he i>." Neatly ovcryboay for ndlet
around has heard ni this wonderful cure,
.uni a. i w im n.la blood roiucdy call for
the I'.. B. K.
We Inti! a ease of nasal catarrh in our
ow n family (n little girl of four years old),
who has been using ti. li. ll. for about two
weeks, and already seems to ho about well
We have onlv three bottles loft, ami
want you to ship us six dozen bettles.
Wo take pleasure in recommending
li. li. li. ns ti medicine worthy of thc antin
ci ni. leuce nf the publi?, its notion is
mere r.< j * it I than any blend remedy we evei
handled. MBDTIvtf BROS.
STAMPING OyiEil F?EEI
Being fully aware of th?
(Treat intered th? ladies are
taking In KentlngtonWork.
.re have prepared a Com.
uloto Out Bli i blaming 60
Perforated Btaaiplag pat*
(?nia on liest government
bond parchment Paper, all
different, Including Spray?
of Golden Rod. Panilea,
Wild Rolf?. Forget me
Outline! of Hoy. Girt. nug?,
Solden, Stork?, Sc ol lop* Tov
Skirt?. ! my Stitch Pat
den. Pond Lilie?. Tulipa,
Arc., Ste.,60 In all. ranging
lin lire from i ea in to ? in
i.gl'owder.l Hoi Whit?
it r. vi i .Hid' 1'.'iini I. anil
Stamping Powder, 1 I'atrn
I uv rcldrry, K*n Injjton Painting, lettre, Metallic Flitter
and Im lr st e ni Painting. Colon uaed and miling of Colora,
Kilitwn Finbmidery, Chenille and Arliene Work, Correct
Colon of all the different fl..wen. (Vicrtption of every atitch
u\tt\ In emliroiilery cVc, making a complete Outfit that can
not be bought al retail fur leu than ft ?x To Introduc?
FAKM Ario lloU ?I.HOLD, the laiaf?. v page Illutlrated
Mtgarine ?I'M ted t i the InteretU of th? Country Homo
and llouirhiild, wc will ?end one of thew Outfit? completa
freo ?nd poeti.nid, to any lady who will ?and SA*, f r
j trio?. tut?crlptu>n tn the Magaalne. I'lva for fi. Moray
cheerfully raAindcd If m>t ntor? than aatlafaetofw. Addict?
FARW AND HOUSEHOLD. Box 4?. Hartford,Cos?.
Th? dorn a nd for th* Improved MAMU * H?tant
r?anos la now to large that a aecond addition to th*
factory baa become Imperativ*. t>o not require on*,
quarter aa mnch tonina; aa llano* on th? prevailing
wre?t-|r|n avatem. C'otimlt Cataloga?, Ire?.
100 s vie? ,,f Ona a y?, tt% to ?WO. For C*t>b, Etty
Pu) m, i.t ., or Keiltet).
Mason & Hamlin Organ and Piano Co.,
MT.W YORK ; BOSTOW ; CHICA00._
Did you Sup
pose Mustang Liniment only good
for horses? It is for inflamma
tion of all flesh.
FOR COUOH8 AND CROUP US.?
3VC XT JJ XJ DES X INT.
Th? ifid gum, ao f*th?r*d from a tr*? of th* tao* ??rn?,
growing .l ng th* omall otraams la th? Soulhora SUI*?,
.ootatno a tuinalaUng *ipt?Urant prI no1*1* that looiti*
th* phtogm rro-luclag th* rarl.T morning e*iigh, aaa .tlatn
1*1** th* child to throw utT th* falo* nitmhrau* In ?roa? aad
who*plag-*oogb. Whin ooroMnod with tho h*altng moat*
lag'non* prlaclpl* la th* i vii Mn plant of th* old Roi Ai, pro
Mat* la TAT LO a'* Caaaoaaa Rawior *r flwiar %1OM am
MutLaiH tb* Aaaat fcaowo. r*m*dj far Couaho, Creep,
Whoantog-Coogh and Conoatnpllon ; an I ao palatabl*. a*/
fhlld lo ploa**4 M tait* lt. AU r*nr drncglol for lt. Prie*.
86o. ani tl, WALTER A. tATLOR, Atlanta, Qa.
55 DR. BUMiKKf lltlCKI.IRICHRY CURDIAL fbt
triarrhraa, DrMntar; and Chlli]r*a T**lhJng. rcr o al* bj
**. oro gxlota.
25 YEARS IM USE.
The Greatest Medical Tr in in-.li of tho Ag J!
SYMPTOMS OF A
I .(inn ul ii p pc I 11 <., Bowell COIUlwC, I'lllii ll)
the bend, with rt tittil sensation lu tho
back P HI. l*nlu nlitter thu n!n>nl*ii*r
blnde, Pullnotte) nflrtr entine? vt-i(l: ntlie
Incllnnllon lo exnrtlnn of hotly ormtud,
1 nit nhl lit y of I rm per, I.?ir ?pirita, with
n loo 11 it tr ol' lin vi UK ur? ItvtoU nonio duty?
Woorinen*, 11 Ir j\ iic-'i, FlHttrrlnir nt tho
Ili ni i, Ont i before tho t'von, llondnrho
oTcr tho right oyo, RestloSanosSi with
Ht ful oironma, Hlably colorotl I ritte, mid
TIT TT'* PILLI* aro BSpociAlly wlsr-teil
to such ensen, ono ?lotto o flo ct.? euch n
elm n of fed I n pr MM to nat on lili t ho. suflToror.
Tliev I II irruir tim \ pin I lt?",ninl mine t f io
lindy t'i Take on Klealt, t UH I tn" ry-ti tn la
noni inlicit,; i byiii r Tonio Action on
tin- OiLToatl voOruniin.ICi KtOrif S tool 4 Aro
protttu- i. irri?oaBo. j i >rnrn... Nt..nr.T<
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
tot AT IIAIU or WlllSKBRS channell to t\
GLOSSY BLACK I>V tv ninirio npnito&tlon ol
this UTI:. It Imparts n natural color, aots
Instantaneously. SnM hy DmggUts, or
Foul by express on rocolptof $1.
^fTlco,44 Murray St., Now York
InfheW?nc ?rowngCbuntr?oa of Europe. ?
lt is composed of tlie most Approved !
which aro Introduced into a purp
generous Wino. Tho very finosf.
"being ils nic-rlicalbrtsis.lt ?a confhlcndly
recommended ns a euro anil pTovwilivc of
FEVER AND AQUE ,
audall oilier diseases originating from
?br p uri ly i n ?> th o
and improving tho BocrBlior.i.Cr.ranio,
cure for Dyspopsia,Cramp in the stomach,
an immediate relief fur Oycentry,Colic,
Cholera-morbus and kindred dissaseo,
GsnBralVYaaknBBS.Ncrvoiis and Montai
Liability, a souverri?nreme ly for Livor
Complaint.and disensos nf tho KVr.ics.r.n
tcccsllant ftfiptriixttrj m..ii?
without a rival/
in shortiTor invigorating ail the fonctions
of the systom, it is un oq u al I od.
-X3 O S 12 -
A small Wine ?lass full.three timas adey.
Sold by all Druggists and dealers generally.
TOPAZ CINCHONA CORDIAL CO..
Sol* Jropjrit to rv ct Mnniifardtra**.
^S^ihxnt. ?f Jirni.^
Prfco per Bottle 4$ 1.00.
SHOW CASES. CEDAR CHESTS
ASK FOR ?L.l U ST RATE 0 PAMPHLET
TERRY SHOW CA5E CO.
Thc Potable (?nano is a highly concentrate
Orado Fertilizer for nil crop*,
ASM I.KV COTTON AND COHN COMI'<
two crops nial ahtolnrtiely u* ti >>> thc Tm. i
ASHLEY ASH KLEMENT.-A veij ebon
tllizor for (Cotton, Corn und Small Ornln Cn
ASHLEY DISSOLVED RONE? AS 11 LEI
Grados-for use alono mid ii? Compost lion p.
For Tenn ., Directions, Testimonials, und f
publications ot thc Company, address
THE ASHLEY PHOSP
mr OTT***S - thphtharlb, Croup. Antrim*., BronrhlU?,
11 on roon?!*?, I n flue tl??, Haokln; Oongrh, Whoop!?? 0?tl
Dlitrrhoa, Klrtnny Troubl?*, aridSplnnl DJ..!*.?. Pam
? pill* wero m wonderful dlaoovory. No othara
i all marinar of dI.??.?. Thn Informatlan aram?
rind out about thara and you will always ba
- or san, by mall for 8>o, In *?ai
pure and highly ron l
ia worth . pound of]
any other kind. ItlaL.
atrlotly a medlolna toBBB ff W Bl
h* alvan with food. ??BR lill
Kid ovary witera, or aast by mail for SjS
I OM* by c?pr?fia, prepaid, for SS.OO
A Clear Skin
is only a part of beauty;
but it isa part. Every lady
may have it ; at least, what
looks like it. Magnolia
Balm both freshens and
Pianos M Organs
WORLD'S ?EST MAKERS,
FACTORY PRICES ON THE EASIEST
TERMS OF PAYMENT.
BIGHT UR AND MAKERS AND OVER
THREE HUNDRED STYLES TO
MASON A HAMLIN,
MATRUM I EIC,
RENT & ARION.
MASON & HAMLIN,
mu? LAY STATE.
Pianos ?nil Organs delivered, freight
paid, to ali railroad points South. Fiftces
days' trial and freight both ways If not
ESfOrdor and lest In your own homos.
COLUMBIA MUSIC HOUSE,
LUDDEN & HATES' S. M. H.
N. AV. THUMP, Manager,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
NO More Terror! ^SS?
thc tune of labor and
lessons tba Intensity
No Moro Pain! SLSy'Slmin?sth?
?langer lo life of both
?KT.. >r_?" i motlier and child. and
No Moro manger 1 ,oftvw, l)l0 mothc; m a
condition highly fa
vorable ko speedy re
-, .,. covery, and far less
Motlier or Ulindi liable to flooding, coi.
>ulslons, sad sther
- . alarming sy ni pt o m s
Incident to sfow or
me i>r.Mi or painful labor. Its
, , , ti uly wonderful effie**
Mother hOOCl ey in this respect en
tftles it to bo rslled
Trniisformed IO THE MOT II E R'S
FRIEND and to be
spsfi ^ ?Q VI ranked as one of the
rt LJ r~ hi life-saving remedies
tai? w sa nf tho nineteenth eon*
?n,j I From Hie nature of
tho case it will of
-jr- ~*^~r~ course be understood
j i \/ that we cannot pub
. I y j ( jllsh certificates con
cerning thia UKMUDY
without wounding the
delicacy of thc writers,
.-infotv nii<l K<A?A " '' w.? h*v.? ''"''dreds
sniety anti uasowsuchtestlmonlalson
_ _ fib", mid no mother
r who luis once used lt
will ever again be
Suffering Woman without it in her time
? nf trouble.
A prominent physician lately remarked
to thc proprietor, ilia: if it were admissible
to make public the loll rs we receive, the
"Mothers' Friend" would outsoll anything
on tho market.
(IKNTLKMKN:-During my career in the
practice of medicine l used your "MOTH
ER'S FIJI EN l>" in a treat number of
eases, wjth tho happiest results in every
Instance, lt makes labor easy, hastens de
livery Hud recovery, and iNsunKS BAFKTT
TO norn MOTH nu AND CHI I.D. No woman
can be induced lo ^o thu>iti(h the ordeal
without it after once using lt.
T. E. PENNINGTON* M. D.
Palmetto, <ia., .lune 10, Issi.
Send foi our Treatise on "Health and.
Happiness of Woman/' malled free.
Bit A ni H.LD RKG i LATOII Co.,
?umrtimr?. K iif Tp^n-lT?, Tar?*
month* trmwa?m In ?ni- \.w. . ?oatt for OMd
m the IlraS, UeAdiu-b*. l.luincn, H*y Vutte, ?ta
fifty MQk?. B/?ll tiri.rn'?ii, IT iv M*II.
Jt T. lt A /.U L. l i Mi. WMTWl.l*,
il Anunonlatcd Guano, a complete nigh
H 'ND -A complete Fertilizer fer these
:crs near Charleston for vegetables, cte.
ip and excellent NoiftAmmonlniod Fer
'ps, und also for Fruit Trees, tirapi
1 ACID PHOSPHATE, of very High
br tho various attractive and Instructiva
HATE CO., Charleston, S. O.