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TU ?Kh Y, vt UN K 2:$, 18SI.
" j)e.m<>raliz.Vtl?n in roLiTiOS.
The brazen-faced bribery which
litis been practiced in a few days past
in the Legislature of New York in
the Conk ling and Platt tight against
theadininistration, and the appear
ance that a great portion of the
money is furnished by admihistra
tiou lobbyists is.enough to; excite tlie
most serious apprehensions in the
minds of all good men for the future
of the count ry. The'tendency is al
arming, and, unless checked, w ill be
ruinous to our National character. It
should be the pride and aim of all
good citizens to preserve mir Nation
al reputation as a priceless jewel.
We arc glad to sou that there was one
legislator who was honest, free mid
bold enough to get up in the Legisla
tive hall and public!;." dt'itOurie'c tlie
disgraceful proceedings, an I expose
the chief actors. The New York
tiuih tic: well known st.iutie'i Demo
era'icjournal, alluding to the same
"It is :, pain'ul commentary on the
prevailingdemoralizatio'.t in politics
th:it tlie regent alleged attempt at
bribery in the Legislature at Albany
has generally been treated as a joke.
Tit:) Hepnblicahrt seomiugly have
taken no other view of it. They ap
pear to regard it as wearing no ser
ious aspect wh t c v i- r.
And even the Democrats have sad
ly fa Ihm short of the duty tlevnlved
upon them by such an occurrence.
Even the patriotie General Spinoln
?st rictly holiest ::s be is said to be?
has fallen far short of doing his whole
duty in the premises, lie should
have roused a storm that could not
he quelled. He of all men should
have seen in this no occasion fur a
This is exactly the trouble, h i'
Speak too lightly of so serious und
disgraceful a thing as political fraud
The Col um pin Ihyinier gives the
? following encouraging summary of
the immigration movement:
"About dOO immigrants have been
brought into the ?-.t?te so far, and
they have all been selected with care
as to their capabilities, health and
cleanliness. Ten families will be s*.nt
from New York' every Saturday du
ring the Summer, which will be as
many as can be well ha tidied here at
present. In the fall the receipts will
be larger, and as m:uiy will Ir.'shipp
e I as homes can be found for."
A NOTED* TlEATuT""
Dr. A. G. Maekny. one of the great
est Masons of che United States and
an old citizen of South Carolina, died
at Fortress Monroe on Monday
morning. Immediately after theiwai",
he took sides wit h tie I!-,dical party.
He was ma ie President of tlie Con
stitutional Convention. lie was
afterward., appointed Collector of the
Port of Charlestoni Subseqtteni I v.
Im whs defeated for the United Slates
Senate by Mr. Sawyer, who is now a
drunkard and an outcast in seine
North? rii city. After this, he moved to
Washington D. ('. where ho has lived
a quiet life ever since. He is the
fat her of the noted K. XV. M Mack ay;
Dr. Maekny was a man of large
mind and strong character, a nil how
ever we nun have differed with hi th
in politics, wc must acknowledge his
intellectual powern ami force of w ill.
He was'probably the most brilliant
Mason in the country.
FAS 111GN* AN EM i E A LT H.
It is encouraging to see by London
papers that English women of rank
ami position arc taking seriously into
consideration the extra vag. nice of
women's dress at the present day.
and also its adverse iulltionce upon
health and comfort. The Viscountess
Hahcrton now pioposcs to organize r,
soeiety. the aim of which w ill be to
"introduce a stylo of dress that shall
be consistent with the laws of phy
siology, and aL the same lime he
comfortable, graceful and econo
mical." The ladies of lL'l'lili also
started such a so iety a few years
ago with sou:'! siieet ss. Fihts are
imposed by Llie soeiety upon those
members who have exceeded a rea
sonable limit of expenditure in dress;
and those w ho lime devised and prac
tically adopted neat and eo:nfor.able
models are rewarded. "What have
American girls to say about ibis new
departure)' We are hi I her inclined
to think that (hey will hold lb tin
good looks, and let lite health lake
care of itself, and I he fat hers and
husbands lake care (if the expense.
I Is it not. so, however, that, in the
estimation of some, neatness nut!
coin fort constitute the embodiment of
C?L. WILLIAM K UUT??N.
The every day nnnoueeinent of
Ir.itrii comes to the world as do all
commonplace events, producing a
ripple oil the surface, and again an
inili?'ercnec gives place to the de
mauds of life. Life, stem rough life,
has a quick sigh aiid farewell for the
dead, and goes on in its feverish
tread. There arc periods, however,
even in the race of life when a halt is
commanded?when a surprise over
sets us. If a man dies, it is an every
hour atfair; if one who led has stop
ped, it i-i only as expected. But
when a yowl vom dies, then an in
stinctive reverence for what he was,
compels a stay of life's greedy push.
Col. William F, Hhtspn has gone to
his rest. He died on the lGib, at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. Sanders
Glover, at M c F h ersou ville. Sur
rounded by th?sc who had been
tenderly faithful, he spent his last
days timid all the comforts love could
offer. Ye'?:ind we say it with hum
blest t evcrc.ee?could he have chosen
a spot -where to breath his last, ii
would have been where his wife's
remains are resting?in Orarigcbnrg.
Col. Hut soil could have faced nn\
human misfortune with.Roman forti
tudc, and bullied the roughest blow*
of calamity with his indomitabl.
will, hut, when the band was sutiller
ed twixt his peerless consort hud
himself, his heart broke as it wc-n
ami, ever since, his eyes have faith
fully looked from the mound lie
tenderly watched over to the time of
reunion, lie was severely uuemo
t onal?yet, no softer In art felt
another's woe. He seemed stoical in
any emergency, yet his passionless
exterior compelled many to exclaim?
"Ah, it is well that in the soul arc ntu?'?*
1 hat will not open to theJJ keys of sh'/ccli!'
Iiis was the acting but of principle.
How he cheered the widow and
orphan's dreariness, how he helped
the poor, how he sent sunshine by
deeds of charity, they, and they wen
many, knew in secret, what Heave
crowns io-tlay with a "well done
Lately he has been an ill man; it ran
back tlitough painful mouths; yet
nrrer a complaint. If alone, hi>
Bible was his all. Consenting at
last to give up a devout wish, as
hinted lie fore in this, he left with his
daughter f./r Iiis old home, and there
he passed away. Long will the
mound abovo the Godly man be
tenderly cared for, und the children
of to-day will gat her at his tomb in
ater.years to recite the good he per
formed, and that so unselfishly.
TO TUB CnL()UliT>"*TKACIlKR5 CV
The School Commissioner ?f your
County has received from Hon.
Hugh S. Thompson, the State Super
inteudeut of 'Education, a circular, J
which contains the following infor
mation of vast interest to yon:
'A Normal School for Colored
Teachers will be held at Columbia,
beginning July f>, ami ending July
2J. The object of the Institute is to
train teachers for their work. The
course of bis;ruction will include ?11
ibe branches taught in the pnblb
ichools of this State, together with
au sic and drawing. The Institut
yiil be under tho charge of Mr. II.
i*. Montgomery, of Washihsjfbn, D
C.,a teacher of large experience, whfi
lias heretofore conducted similar
Institutes with great success. He
will be aided by skillful assistants.
Teachers of public and private j
schools and persons desiring to be-j
come teachers are earnestly request
ed to attend the 1 nstitnte. Tuition
will be f/c>. Bo-trd can be obtained
i l Columbia at $2.00 a week. Per
?ons desiring to make arrangements
in advance for board can do so by
applying, by letter or postal card, to
Mr. Win. M. Dart, Columbia."
Those who pay full firxi-clas* tun
on the South Carolina Railroad, will
be permitted to return free. If is
of vast importance that teachers
avail themselves of this opportunity.
We know their salaries are scant, but
the investment made here will be a
paying one. Let all who can, go.
The School Commissioner will do all
lie can in tho way of obtaining all
desired information. We hope bur
white readers will dp all they can to
extend this notice among the colored
teachers. The Institute for while
teacher , \\ hit h will be held in Green
ville, August 2nd, will be spoken of
THE GLASS BALL TOURNAMENT.
The Obit's Ball Tournament on last
?Yednesbay and Thursday was a
aosI iiitcresting occasion.
We give the following additional
particulars for our readers:
First match for teams of five men,
0 balls to each man, making a pos
ibie score of SO, $i0 eetrauce, SO
ollars added bv Oraiigeburg Gun
Tr.vais i xrrnrn
Winnsboro, Oraiigeburg No. t.j
Orat:;,-ebu;g No. 2. Fort. Motte, St.
Maithewr'; Columbia, Charleston
Belit ville and a Scrub Team.
Lsl prize, $70 won by Orarigeburg
No I. 2nd prize, %'iSb divided he
.ween Charleston and Winnsboro
earns they making same store. 3rd
prize] Jf l 7,Ti0 won by Fort .Motte.
Names of members of teams and
?core u> follows:
ORANOKBURG NO. 1.
M. 0. Sallev.9
W. J. DeTrevillc.9
A. M. Izlpr.!>
N. Hi Bull..-8
D. J. Salley.t.,8
B. J. MeOorlev......8
H. B. McMaster.8
A. M. Wallace.8
J. S. Elder.9
J. N, Centre...8
. FOKT MOTTE
VY. C. Ilnync.8
T K. Legat e.8
R. M. Clafflo.7
W. li. Tabor. 5
J. G. Darby.9
ORAKOERUKO KO 2.
P. G. Cannon. .2
J. A. Sal ley.9
D. i?. Smoak.8
A. S. Hvdriek.8
W. M. Sain.7
L. E. Movers.7
VY*. T. C. Bates......7
G. S. Arthur.6
T. II. Waterman.8
BELLE VI I.I.K
W. W. Culler.6
.1. F. .Jennings.3
T, II. Gibbes.0
W. C. Koherthon.0
\V. C. Fisher.6
\Vi J. DeBuukle.6
VY. H. Gibbes.7
Fur in an.>s
Total . 41
SCRUB NO i.
.-<v.'j;k2?staks.*. #2 kvtuasCr, 5 tfctLT-?
First prize, $28, won by Hall of j
Charleston, after a very hard tight'
with M c M aster of Winnsboro. Hall
breaking 13 oneof 14 mi l M^Mas
ter 12 out of 14.
Second prize. $14. vroa by Centre
of Winrisboro, miking 10 out of 11,
Izlar of Orangeburg 9 out of 11.
Third prize, $7, won by Furman of
STVI KI'ST VJCK3 $1 r.stkaxce 5 ball*
1st prize, $8 won by Trenholm of
Charleston; 2nd prize, $-4 won by
Siriottk of Orangcbnrg; 3rd prze, $2
won by Chip of Charleston.
TKAM MATCH, 5 BALLS, $7 ENTKAKCE.
1st prize, $2n won by Charleston;
2ad prize, $13 won by Winusboro.
They lied with Si. Mallows but won
in shoot off. 3rd prize, $7,50 won by
Columbia. Tied with Scrub but wou
in shoot oil*.
TEAM MATOI1, AT 4 PIOEOXS, POSSIBLE
SCOU? 20, EXTkASCK $15, $50 ADDEO
ny onaxoEitUiui oum ct.i n.
1st prize, $70 won by Winnihoro;
2nd prize, $3j won by Orangeburg, 1
and;2 (divided.) 3rd prize, *1 <,oU
won by Charleston.
In the single shooting at birds the
first prize ot $33 was won by McMas
ter of W innsboro altera hard light
with Gibbes of Columbia. The aco
oud prize of $10,50 was won by Dr.
M. G. Salley of Orangeburg after a
hard light with D. E. Sin oak of
Ornngcb.irg. The third prize of $8,
was won by F. G . Cannon.
In the sweepstakes, 23 entries, the
first prize of $23 was won by MeCor
Icy of Winnshoro after a severe con
test wit h ,1. A. Salley of Orangoburg,
McCorley breaking 15 balls without
a miss, and Salley missing bin fif
The becoud prize of it 11,50 was won
by Thompson of Spart an burg and
the 3rd by DeTrevillc of Orangeburg
TEAM MATCH, 5 HALLS, 10. ENTRANCE.
?rangebtirg Na 1, 1st prize, 17,50
Orangeliurg No. 2 and Charleston ty
ing for 2nd prize 8,75, Charleston
won in the shoot oil".
The Charleston team not being sat
isfied with their defeat offered again
for same money. Orangeburg No, 1
a cepted the th.llcnge, aud Oraugc
Orangeburg made a splendid score
and defen ce! Charleston the third
time duaiug the Tournament. Char
leston healing Orangeburg hubj once
in tour regular team matches.
Columbia .and Charleston were both
defeated in the last sweepstakes ns
Culp Charleston's best, and Gibbes
Columbia's best man wore beaten by
Smonk of Oiangoburg, Smoak win
ning fust prize making 12 out of
a possible 13, Gibbs 11 and Culp 10.
Thus ended one of the most suc
cessful Tournaments ever held inlhis
State, a little over Fix e hundred
dollars bring paid put in prizes.
Coukling hnn resigned! Who
cares? Henry Kohu 1ms 1990? yds.
more of those new, fast color 5 cent
The Manhattan shirt still ahead.
Guaranteed the best shirt in the
world Tor 09 cts. Henry Kohn al
ways supplied with all numbers.
Summer silks at 50 and lit via, per
yard, and trimming: silks and laves.
New lot. just in at Henry Kohu'a.
Ladies, they have arrived! Tho?;e
new shaped Faynl straw hats, in sill
colors, at Henry Kohu's.
.Tune fashions now ready. Call
for a copy of Rutterick's Metropoli
tan Fashions at Henry Kohn's.
OPEUATIVE AXD MECHANICAL
Bv Dr. L. 8. WOLFF. Office over
D. Louis.' Stoic. Satisfactic n guaranteed
in all operation*.
Otay-Teetli extracted without rain by
the nee of Nitrous Oxid Oas.
Notice to Whiskey Drinkers.
Physicians, Members of
BF.I.OW find a few brands of Whiskies
which I gua'antee pure and unadul
terated: Golden CJrain Rye, Old Crown
ltye. Hunter's Mountain Rye. These are
thrre of the purest and best W hLkcys
niadf. Maj. Paid Bourbon, pure N. C.
XV bite Corn, Red Corn Whiskey nmde from
K<d Corn, Vine French Mraiicly. Crystall
ized Rock and Rye California Peach and
Honey, the Celebrated Lyon Pouch, Wines
of the beet and purest qualitic?, imported
and domestic (Jius, I^itjer beer always on
hand, and cold as ice can make it. Bitten,
all of die best brands.
N. It.? I do not, head the above, mean
ing that die Physicians and members of
Temperance Societies are drinkers, but
head it in that manner to call the attention
of all to the plaee where they can get the
purest Liquors both for medical, necessary,
and general purposes. Look for the Blue
Store. FRANK KI SHE It, Agt.
Notice to Consumers of
"V7 0VR attention i? called to a few brands
X of my fine i-nioukjng and chewing
Tobacco's, also Segiir* and Crgarcttcs, which
I make a specialty: Chewing?Celebrated
Buzz Saw, the Golden Bar, Corn Cob,
Mique, Karly Bird, Capt. Juck, Aurora
Fan ake, Boozl, Wold Unowned Mills
Flora line Cut. an<l many other brands
which nre not mcmioned here, alwavs
on hand; i'mokir.g: W. T. Blok wells & Cofs.
L>urhara, the only gchliMic Bloekwclls
ILong Cut, for pipes and Cigrctts, Morbnrg
Brus. MclroFe Curly Cut, Smokers Truest
Friend. Lurillord Solid, put lip in tin foil,
(.L XV. Gail k A?ci lebraud Crown Brand.
Sejririi?wirabdia, Private Slock, Quccie
1 ittlc Lorenn, Dona fiat, Oraato, Mack
Hoop, favorite, Fmtnpre State; Cigarettes
- -Lone Fisherman, Prido of the North;
Litt c Joker, LlackwoU's Durham. AH of
the above arc gnat aiitced to he tirst clans*
(iivc me a call and be ronviiiced tbst i
keep the best Tobacco's in the market.
J.uok f?r die Blue .S'iorc.
FRaNK R IS UFR, Agt.
D. I Sil I CO
^^7" F. would respectfully ask the public
to call and examine our stock <?f
In endless v* riet v.
In all the Latwi and most Fashionable
St v Ln'.
Both Staple ami Fancy
Tim World Rono\v~n(?<L
LYON BAKING POWDEB
In }, }, A and 1 lb pack ages, guaranteed
Best of ad or nionev refunded.
Direct from the Stills, and we call particu
lar atteutiou to two of our Fancy brands,
Whiclt cannot be equaled in this Market,
und which is within the reach of the
poor as well as the rich.
A full and well Selected Steel, from $7 50
to $12 00 per set.
From $2 to $12.
From the Best Factories in North Carolina
ami Virginia, Low for Cash.
For Ladies, Misses, Children, Men, Youths
Boys in great variety.
riMMK will not allow us to mention onr
_|_ EufifC ^toek. Come nntf look and
you will bo paused. Buy and you will he
B. X. SMGAK & CO.
Tliomas Me Bays car,
AT TO KNEY
(OI1XSFXLOK AT LAW,
Corner Church aud St. Paul Streets,
Orangnburg, S. C?
Prompt and careful attctUion'givcn to all
business entrant ed to mv tire,
jan 18 1H81 ly
Sontli Carolina Hail Road
C1IAS?K OF SCUKDl'M,
On and after May 15th, 1881, Passenger
Trains on this Koad will run as follows:
(till further notice.)
Greenville Express T'aln.
OOINO KAST (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAT.)
Leave Columbia at.6 00 P M
Arrive at Carnden at.8 45 "
Leave Orangcburg.7 57 '*
Arrive at Charleston.10 46 "
OOINO WEST (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
Leave Charleston at. 6 00 A M.
Leave Orangcburg at. 8 43 *?
Leave Cumdcnat. 0 15 *'
Arrive at Columbia at.10 35 "
Way Freight and Passenger Trains?Daily
*LeaTC* Columbia. 0 30 A M
Arrive at Cannlen..12 49 P M
Leave Orangeburg.*.10 13 V M
Arrive at ylugiisia. . 3 '20 P M
" < hurleston. 1 55 I? M
OOINO WEST (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDA'/V)
* Leave Charleston. ? 05 A M
Augusta. 7 55 "
'? Orangeburg.'.. 1 '20 P M
Arrive at Columbia. 5 30 ?* ,
* Passengers leaving Columbia or ''har
lcston on these trains have to change cars
at branchvillc to reach Charleston at 1 55
\. m or Columbia at 5 30 p m.
Night Express Trains?Daily.
Leave Columbia."...9 00 PM
?' Orangeburg.12 31 A M
Arrive at Align ta. 7 25
Charleston:. 6 ;$5 "
OOINU WEST, DAILY
Leave Charleston. 8 10 P M
Augusta. 7 00 ?
Orangeburg. 1 62 A M
Arrive at Columbia. 5 30 "
(Jn Columbia Division Night Express
Trains riixi daily; all other trains daily ex
On Augusta Ui vision all Passenger Trains
Sleeping Cur? are. attached to Night Ex
picfii Trains?berths only $1.00?between
Columbia, Charleston ami Augusta. On
Saturdays and .Sundays, round trip tickeis
are sold to and from ail stations at one
fust-class tare for the round trip, good till
Monday noon lo return. Excursion tick
ets good for ten days are regularly on sale
at ?IX cents per nibe lor round trip to and
Irom nil statb'n.s. Connection-; made at
Columbia with Green vi le and CV.umhia
*nd Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta [tail
roads at Charlotte ?luncti-n by irain arriv
ing at Columbia at 10.35 A. M.. and leav
ing Columbia lit li.OO P. M. to and (Vom all
points on both roads. At Charleston nith
steamers for New York on Wedn esdays and
Saturdays; also with Mearner* f,,r J.-ekson
vi I e, Pia., and points oil Si. .John River
and with Savannah and Char eslon Rail
road to a 1 points South.
Connections are made at Vugusta with
Georgia Hai-road ami Central Hai:ro:.d to
and from all puiuu Wust n> d South.
Through tickets can be purchase*) toad
poimn fruilth and West, bv upplvjng to
I). C ALLEN, t-i i' ?.<? T A.
JOHN D PLciC. GcneraLSttpV.
J G. POSFKLI., Agt., Ora igcb irg. H. t>.
j Corrected; evi rv week by, Messr*. Bi'LL
* . ...?,. . .?. . ,j ;? .? if* C<*>
FltrpiT, June io, 1S81.
Low Middling*. S\'-n
peas. 1 50
Fodder, per 100 lbs.1 50
Hough Rice. ....HO
We now hay tu uio aflliete 1
ones that wo will pay the abt vj reward
for a single ca^e o f
I, A ME BACK
That the Pad fails to care- This Grea ?
Remedy will positively and permanently1
cure Lumbago, Lame Hack, Sciatica,
Gravel, Oiabclcs, Dropsy. It right's Disease
of ihe Kidneys, Incontinence and Reten
tion of the* Urine, Inthunation of the
Kidneys, Catarrh of the Bladder, High
Colored Urine, Pain in the Hack, Side or
Loins. Nervous Weakness, an 1 in fact all
disorders of the bladder and Urinary
Organs whether contracted by private
disease or otherwise.
I.actlt'N, if you arc suffering from
Female Weakness, Lcueorrha-.i, or any
disease of the Kidneys, Uladdei, or Urin
ary Organ?. ,
YOU CA* BE CURED]!
Without swallowing nauseous medicines
by simply wearing
FRENCH KIDNEY PAD,
WHICH CURES BY ADSORPTION.
Ask votir druggist for PROF. GUI L
MKTTK'S FRENCH KIDNEY PAH, and
take no other. If he has not got it, send
$2.00 and you will receive the P..d by re
PROF. GUILMETTE'S FRENCH LIVER
Wi 1 positively cure FtvcI and Ague,
Dumb Ague, Ague Cake, billions Fever.
Jaundice, Dyspepsin, mid all diseases of the
Liver, Stomach and blood. Price $1 50
by mail. Send for Prof. Guilmettc's Trea
tise on the Kidneys and Liver, free by mail,
FRENCH PAD CO,
'loledo. Oh to, .
For sale by Dr. J. 0. Wannamukcr
Otingehiirg, 0. H., S.O.
'may 19, ib8l !??
o fkc;? AI. MOTICE.
J5 PAVILION HOTEL, .
For the Summer months:
Bate* $1 50, $2 and ?2 50 per day.
According to Location of Room. ? ? ? ?
E.T. GAILLARD, Proprietor,
Charleston, S. C.