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indirotly tirough tho suporior
advantages afforded of educating
their cbildron. Sinco it is much
simplor for a town to levy a tax of
five hundred or a thousand dollars
than for the citizons to subscribe
that amotunt, aml earnest Offort
should be mado to rostoro this tax
with tho imitations nintioned
abovo. This method is in voguo in
ia vory largo numanbor of States.
It is noedless to cry out against
t1ho public iselools. They a ro a
lixed fat. They aro chleiaper than
l)rivato schools, and (-.anl be made
better. Inl perfocting the system,
South Carolina will bo marehing
ibireast, not only of overy other
Stato in the Union, but of Germany
and otlOr European nations. No
0110 inl casting at gliLico )over the
Stato and seeing tho largO niumibor
of childron, born of oducatod
paronts, now growing up in igno
rance, will dony that wo iaro ro
lapsing, and that sornething must
be dono speedily to chuck this
downward careor. Tho surest
romody is tho organization of grad
od schools in all the towns in South
Carolina. May thoir day bo not far
distant. R. U. D.
The first stoain enginO was sot in
motion in Germany on August 25,
1785. Harkort ostablished the first
ongincring works inl that country
at Froihoit Wotter in 1810. Ho
induced Euglish workmon to go to
Wettor, and they taught the Gor
man apprentices.
Why should one suflor for mnonths
or even years with skin disoase,
whtun thec uso of a safo and sipnpk
icans woiuld quickly dl'oct a cure.
Dr. Bull's Blood Mixturo wvill
rlupidy cure all skin diseases and14.
proveiit their return.
W. G. ROCIE
MECIIANT TAILOR,
H AS removed to the store next tn thie
pOHt-oflico, whore he will be glad to re.
ceive his friends and uiistIuers.
A full line of Sanples will be kept on
ha8nd, from which cuistomers may make
selecitions. 110 now has the finest, line ot
French and English goods ever brought
to this market.
He is also prepared to eut or to mak
up goods for those who dosiro.
Garments of all kinds repaired and
oloaned.
AD- Cleaning a specialty.
Thankful to the public for past patron.
ago, he solicita a continuanmce of th(
samo, and guaranteen satisfaction.
sept 18 W . l OuIIE.
Mount Zion 0 rnded Schiool.
Them Fall Ruassion of Moun t
Zion Gradled Schaool- will begi ni
on the 2nd of Sep temnber, at CJ
o'clock, a. m. under the irules
ovrilgand regulaitions helrtfore
branches will be charged $2.5t0 per
mon01th. No new puiinl will -bo received
uns they enn enter one of the grades~
already3 established. A prompt atten
diance is desired.
R. MEANS DAVIS,
aug 24-td Principal.
WATERS'0ORCHESTRION 'himes ORGAN
(. - tiathe nmoat benutiful in
\Sty le and perfct, in to.n
S/b stover mande. Ithns
*A celebatedo ocrr
to stop, wichle (s a fine
luulnittinof thelInennnu
Svoice, and two and n
h St~i(i Octave. cf bell.
tuned in perfecut hare
naony swith th~e ree-I.,
-and theirelfrct is lnng.
-lent and electrifyin g.
NA, .ORlnlEsTmIAm,,
CONCERITo, vEnP1.
EtR,CENTENWNIA L CIIIMER, CIIA PEi,, nnd
COTTAOE OR(4ANM, in) lluhan Fredck (On
see eonabine PURJJITIY of VOICIN4O with great
volnne f tne uitblefor Prior or Church.
Warnte 22h nnll anVDnsmsaed.
P'RWC E XTtE Y ,Wreahon
Ily Insetallmente recelyed. !uesissments to
Afi ENTS WA NTED. -6peelaI in.lueensents
to the tradte.Ifllustrated Onatajogueg Malted.
t~econduhand Insrasest tMtET, t
4SAINS., IIOttACEH BVAA It.SNS
*Eanufheturer. and Due
.4031&UAST T.,VUNI SQUAREwg.Y
GREAT 1UALOTION
JIn the Prloa of
COATS' AND CLARK'S TJIREAD.
~Fr'ivo Cents a~ Spool. -1m
Dry Goods, Clothing. Itoots and 8hoos
very low for Cash, iun.order to make room
for F~all Stock,
Sugenheimer &~ Oroeschlao.
,July 30-ti
I amdetring for sale "Grant's Yea t
?owders." overy box guaransteod 40o give
.satlsation, or money refundod, Plecase
iUSICxL HOMlES
Are Aliways H1appy liomes.
---0
Whint, hill 11 earl( 1 h (learer iII p:%l11-4. or grove.
Than iau.1e at ur'ht-fali I rou lIps 11.i we love?
'I'lhn g.s Ihor tie 0lt 0 es a r11.4hl. I lie 111n(
(1r Orga 0 aerli (i tu Il; of I h 1e t 3y ar over, 3314
3n1joy at ral hoste oleorl. f 1 oIlm have Iso
home1(, gel ont* rigit., aaiy, oil if- you I1.1 ven'i t any
1hik1l0rn, borrow s0)Sol), Wilt if 311 art wiIL.3utIL a
lIANO Oi11ORAN
BUY ON.1M FORTHWITH AT
LUID)EN & RATES'
AM'u1ssic I-I u.se,
SAVANNAH, GA.,
Tho Great Wholesale Piano and Orgai
Dopot of tho South.
TEN THOUSAND FAMILIES
11av70 11n the f asi tat e ar %*rVn)N ~ 111nst:11;~ ruK1.
1111nts from us nI. e10very Wt i' esr'y 1 to Ihel.t
stkeriorit y. To sult Vttrei3ksers Ixas-t 1y Is ot
b I aty 1111 % \ can <h) It, wI wIll t'
uItaIl wo Itre ioling 11, (1-111%. li;very 1.4:1.
useti . solh -ells a dto/.Il t1it-rs lor, uA.
AND NOW TO .USINESS.
FOlR .AII. THIADIl, Is7s, w1 1111 V 1ae r: 3 w111
tle larmg-MtI, :11 Ihii'.4.it ' 1j of I 333 Itll .-;u4mt'\*
t1hI'pi ll South, whIl we sill 31it3et ito Im
cht'3'3rt o1 tle .t;O:N IS. N(O3t .\I 11 35N1
PLAN : ll .\11l f .' s j-' \ l( \' i{.i'i:
filr ('AS fill[ toll n..Y TI.:I1\s. No Iliwll
Inst r,1it 1 subl :si lmi pilit. ce, -E lry I 3liut
willIn s1% ers - lha maker' Iae nena I ) m111(i :53
writ~~~ 01.1 sxv rr itir.1Itll 'l. 10-liable 1nw.r
111t111s Ill 1,0W sI.: i I. :S in A m rlal I is whi:
w' guant13ee. oil Ils rock we si:3m1 ;lil
challe l till votlil il 11)1. '1'h. 11n.11n who cmi
u la t il it s it 1:-. ' i i ytll .
SP FLEINDID)11 E LEGANT
T,.NO . ROIt I Xs,
1 Oetave, $3 5. 132 Iit4. $75.
(;t-tkrantstl I Io lite .u b moldh InI lihe I. .. I snll'I
prih'vs. NSt hing' like tlvitem )voer lp'for elIjar4.l3
.4 lily01 ( w l11:o 1411':4. NO ,i11Mu tiin U3
)lealers or ''Illrs. 1801 03)3y or kcash. No
*isu o ak Iell,
PIANOS FROM OLD MAKERIS
CHIOK~itlNO, fT N \ 1-:1. cQ . .
MATIll FMIl Fii(, .a, pl.;.sl . , ( .1), '
IIAIN 'N Es II N., 2511.1t01"I EiN 61, 167
olelt from above list 31n141 yolt vti Ilave i t ll
g )d3( for at lifel1tim of hi 5,1 ise. Trill, e-coi' nl)3
,aa in the putish0se i ln A No. I lustrtittient
'I'lu' hst .r, always thekihapos., a: wvell w1
mod s:tsI..iletory.
ORGANS FRO.i OLD IAiKE 1s.
MIASON & I{.\.VIN.i' 1t) stops, Sill),
l'ELOUBET & PEIlTON, 1) Stops, '5.
Ill Plet:mt. NowStyl- Uases. Fifty stI s frol
$l to $31333). The'se' maagnfl~itn istrilent
cost, at lit tilt mlore 1han1 nmlay others. bll I\ il
wear I wle4 as lon", :1:1 ai'uc far lbtter. Iflits
tr3At1'd Catalogkties freie.
SEE THESE EAS' T .:
PLJ 1.'XO'S.--$15 mon0)1 i
Ior; or ::5 Casi, ad b3,..nO. i
mon1thlly paymenlt; or(3, (one,'-hkal ca
dolw ai l habinellktco iln one yveir.
O -R L - .- - to _Z I .t ia.rt erly, 14
I en sgouters; or, 35, tos $10) monthlyi, us
til pa1313 for; or, one-lf..~l Cash1 down a).
balance3.0 ink (one. year1.
.' I "I ljj i i L iay r1-b1h hot 1wa, '1)
lii riJtefit.a s ( not,13 suIt. 1'urchaser,.s run~j 3)
th ttIls31 wit tlhs 1 01. 13- )any im:al offer-s you13
3 .3-43 .j'an for ('i $2;r, o) a1 $2603 t3r n for 03 $:15
1.111)3 r ite's decept 333ns a:5' k pacisedn 1133 r1OI
03nay 3333 rom a reptilable, well-knkown 1101us3 0
3013 will regret It.
Save .3loiey, '~1STim, klusk, andt Fr3ehght,,
.lY 1'Ul1Cil.\SING TICOM
L UIDDEN & BA TES.
au1g 17-f x3moa
TOTAL ABSTINENCE SATING WIS:E TILL IT
IPENS.
Thiere is a Curlious story about some native
wmnes which are extensively advertised nowa
days. anid have only recently beeni put upon
the market. Dr. OJnderhill, the well-known
,rape-grower of Croton Point, died in1 187!.
~ome) of his heirs enktertaiinedt temlperansco
v'iews of suach extreme kind, tha)t they were
kimwillng to allow' tihe stock (if wines then on
hand to be sol or anyl m)ore t4) o be ade.
Tegrapeshaeomtmseesnto
markcet, and sonbetimeos left to decay uplonl
the vmeks. it is onily now thait thke othecr heirs
hkave suceeded in arralnginig for a set tlement
of the estate andt thke sale of the u ines on
hand. Among thkese is a wine of tihe vintage
of 1864, descrIbed as a " Sweet Union Poart,"
but suggesting tihe Imperial Tlokay -more
than any other E~uropean wine, and being
wholly unlike any other wine of American
goh.tspurit age and mellowness are
remarkable, and oth physicins and wine
fanciers hkave a special interest In it as the
oldest natve-wine now~ accessible in any con
siderable quantity. Trhe whole stock is In tile
hands of the welli-known wholesale grocery
house of the Thurbers.-NM . Tribung,
The above speaks fur itself, but we would
add fhsat this Is the pre jui1ce of the grape,
neither drugged, /ignioredl nor sake>.d: that it
has been ripened and mellowed by-age, and
for medicinal or sacramlolntal p~urposes it is
unsurpassed. It can be obtained from most
of the leading Druggists throughout the
United States, and at wholesale from the
undersigned, who wIlt forward descriptive
pamphlet, free of charge, on application.
Respectfully. etc..
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.
Wst Thwro&ny, Reade anud Iluda St
Naw-Yonx.
-F1 O'~CA T POWDERS
I' 18 TillS
ONTV SEWINQ MACHINE
WHI11l 1IM A
CeWf-Threading Shuttle,
It has Self-Setting Needle.
Never Breaks the Thread.
Never Skips Stitches.
Is the Lightest Rungng4
IT 1143
SA Nol an4 Simplo Devico
Von
Winding the Bobbin,
Withot reovimtho Strap fro=~
1the Dlauco V acel, and wl t.
out IUnthreadlug tho
ilacinae
The Simplest, the Most Durable
ad in every respoot the
BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
%'The "NEW AMERICAN" in easily learned, does not get out of order, and will do more worig
witb loss labor than any other machine. Illustrated Circular furnished 9a applicatiQ,
AGENTS WANTED.
J. S. DOVEY, Manager, 64 N. Charles Street, ltizaare, M4,
FURNITURE,
Arrived and to arrive, con
sisting of Walnut Chamboi
suites, Painted Cottago Suites
Wardrobes, Sideboards, Safes,
Book Caics, Bureaus, Tables
- ill Chairs, Bedsteads, Cribs
- Desks, Towel-racks, Wash
stalds, Loungos, Sofas, Hall
-Stands, Hat Racks, Coat
- Hooks, Corner Stands-for
Design and Workmanship Un
9 equaled.
M" Savo high bill% by purchasing AT ROME,
A NEW SUPPLY OF
S1' rra WINOW Sum.:s, Low in Price, Durable anfd Convenient, They
will never get out of order, and will last longer than any other Shades
MATTRESSES,
Spring Beds, Picture Framos, Pictures, Brackets, Mirrors, Chdkri's
Catrriages.
LUMBER
And Shinglos at Prices to Suit the Timeas.
REPAIILNG
Neatly dono at modorate Prices. Furnituro mado to order,
UNDERTAKER'S DEPARTMENT.
I keep on hand a full supply of Metalic and Rosewood Burial Cases
and Collins of the fluest finish. Also, a cheap stock of Coflins.
n. W.a Phillip.
4 iston*r lawx thI ihave hiretolore led the FV! I'I'UlmE trado of the
LSi::1--, In.i ily and prices.
ioi ii im has oo .u 'a iinni t b )do goods cani be purchiased as choap from ine as ip
t.' \or:h and West.
Ii do ntot go b)ackwaP.ls, but continulally' raise the standard of my goodo, and add
new sIy los. I hi tvai mi' ii l e-ht in prioins w hiorovor pos'sileo aind spared n o
expento ( plalce in yanr handciis a price list that wvill hiol p you to ptirihle nois.
J r',sp.ect fully mivite you. to call a'nd examino my si-0,ok andt pri<;e bhat-a par
O rderci sV innii wi'l re~cive as iluctention as if given in poison.
It wiould make the li:dt too iarge Ii deoscribe and rvc'y all the d1i ieront prices of
IParlor Suits, Ihinin~g Roi In ee. Standing, Parlor and L 'dies' Desks, Seerota
ries D)wari Libraria-, and 1h0ok (Cases, manufl~lactutredl by mm.
Thnig you forIpasit favors, I remain, yours respectfully,
G. V. DeGRAAF,
?47, 147k and 149, BROAD STREET,
.:.No charge for drayage or packing.
IKLINTCK, WICKEN.BE RG & 00,
HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND A CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK( OF?
--AND A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
TE!A.S, WTI~EDS .A.T) LhIQ~7t-ogs
O"""""--"***recive*"hean""attntina --hen given in per-on;ard epe-l
0care in given to packing. end for Catalogno,
Jan________ JETP N CASH.
The Patent Self-ActingCow Milker MVg Co.
( \ ve one who orns ra U0 shouln have one of our wonderful Milkers,
etstr e to a y pat, orten d int on r eccInt of9 "' *.Bat foror
Wujsoo of this city. Sent free to any addressPand. b rwht n
5'et.m5ut ay ib, Jms. OEO. 3, KING* Preuggeng,
Om11c, 675 Broadsway, Now Yoqrl ]
AUGUSTA HOTEL New Summer Cook.
The gafet~y
Corner of Broad andl Washijngton St.roet,, ~ ~
HIOTIBLAST
AUGU'STA, 04.
1~.' ~S bee thoroeughly renovated, re-' i
is ioenlted in the .cont-re of' business ,
To'lograpjh Odicoe in tihe Ilotel building.
Ex press 001le0 in the same blook. Post -' "S'
0Onico only, one black cdr. All other pub-. ' *
lio COnvenDiences close at hand. j p- DOES NOT IIEAT THE HOUSE.
.J* - Thie Calice of the Hotel will bo eeer~j c ll fUokp n et
open (during the night, and guest-wlill be 47040 l inds rof okigans.a
receivedj or called at any hiourin.ros
ato ofBor. OE1 ropaiotr. Alwaiya ready and reliable.
ote o0- Boad,$2OOThoiiy ost s~a~netory Stoyp .piAdo and tIme J
oct 21 -xiy C heg p ost,
O' Send for Cireulars,
rCina. it wiA 1Y'S "Amorla"# onts WITNEY & HALL IfF'O. OC.
NEIWS AND HERALD
WEE*jK(LY EITION,
I0 1 ULIUSEDE VERY W11Dk 3DAY At
WINNSB0RO, 8, 0.
BY TU
WINNS80oI0 PUBLISIING CO
IT CONTAINS A SUMMARY OF TILI
LEADING EVENTS OF TIE DAY,
State NCwR,
County News,
Political Nows, Eto
TA4 ,DITORIAL DEPARTMENT
ECUIVES SVECIAL ATTENTION,
THE LOCAiL COLUMN.
iu well filled with town and conty nowoi
Tho aim of the I 'ulbljhrr is to issue a
FIRT-CL4SiS VAMILY NEEWSAPAPER,
'.'Ir) of Su)bscription, payable iflyarir.
Ay. ini 40xJone3C.:
Un coPy, six moanthis, - - -- : .UC,
(,ne copy, three mlonthis, , - $1.00,
( avlcoies oneyear, aJ ea - $2.75,
Te'n copies, one yo.nr, ab - - - . $. 0.
'4Wcenty copics, ono yi, at - -$2.50,
'lo every poCmon mfakinig upi a club of
ton or more subseribers. a~ copy ill bp
sent free for one year. Thelnameos const1,
tuting a club need jot all be at, php ysg
post-aihee,
diOB PRINTING
N ALL, I'78 )EP)ART~IENTS JONE IK
TUJ EIIEST STYLE~ A.NJ AT THEj
LOWEST PRjIcES.
ofe eare p)reparmi to fuRW1ish, ota shorg
3ANK CHIECcs,
31LL II~g NOTES
?,NVE~LOPEs, :LETTER IIEADS
NVITATI~ONS, OARDS,
lW BLA4 NJ(S, rOSTEJwS
JOfTAL OkAijS, ETO.,ETQ
'er ms for' Job, Wor'k--,-Cpush ojj
JDeivery,
All business ooDIeu nkvations should be
4dagegsd Jo $lo
Winweoro ?tbAmg Compayi
~A$NSROO.o S. C

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