Newspaper Page Text
ME NEW8 AND RERALA.
wINNtiORO, a. C.
#e UR'A,& Au4Sj, -1 a, -4 .
so MWANB MA-SIS,~ ECOzIo
Wie. A. DTAWOZD&. Assoims's EStw.
'Ta Prohibition movement in North
Carolina has sustaiued a crushing de
hbat. Tho election on Thursday re
=ultedin a mejority of thirty-five to
lifty thonsand for the opposition. It
seemsa now thpt ta aniti-PohittionIsats
have ' eaide* vory- outity In tihe
i1enop HAvaie, of sthe Northern
'Methodist Church, died on Wednes.
'day last. This Blshop tvill be .remen
bered at the South cMelly tor his bit
ter, partisan -and unbecoming course
In the treatment of every question
-afrecbing this section. He was equally,
an ardent admirer of Grant and an
ardent hater of the South. -Bueh
at least Is the neoessary inference
from his.public.tturances. fis death
Uf scarcely a lo8s to the better civilliza
tion of.onr country..
Tai co.uission appointed by the
Legislature to prepare and submit
-amandments to the State constitution
has decided to recommend that there
be no constitutional convention. The
question came up on a resolntlon de
claring it to be the sense of the com
mission that It is not expedient to call
a conWeution. The vote oat this reso
lutio was as folows: Ayes-Senators
Wylie,.of Lancaster, and Witherspoon,
of York:; Representatives Tiemphill, I
of Chester, Johnstone, of Newberry,
and Johnson, of' Marion. Nays
Representatives Simonton, of Clarles
ton, IWlar, of Orangeburg, and Al
drich, of Aiken. It is 'knderstood
that the minority will prepare a re.
port favoring .a conveutin, which
will'be submitted to the Legislature
and vigorously urged for adoption.
Wa publish elsewhere an extract
from a communication published in
the Associate Reformed Presbyterian
on.commercial drunners. It is unt
derstood to have been written by the i
Rev. Dr. Lindsay, a minister of the
Presbvterian church. No one ac
quainted with drutumers can hesitate .
to say that the article is groBsly un
just alike in its spirit and its latigunge.
It is certain that numbers of gentle
men have gone into the business of
the traveling salesman. And it would
be -indeed strange If the taking u of
that business would at once convert a
gentleman into a rowdy. Yet such
must he the case if the charges of Dr.
Lindsay be true. What are the grouaads
of his opinlona lie does not vouchsafe
to say, so that he is entirelv beyond
the reach of argument. Fortunatelv
for the drummers his article is sucha a
silly production that it will mace
little if any impression anywhere. We
only regret that such an article should
have found a place in a paper of the
high standing of the Presbytgerian.
We shall be extremely dlsappoi ted if
either its intelligent constitnene.v or
the equally intelligent body of Claris
tia~ns to wvhich Dr. Lindsay' belongs
approve his views or the insultig
terms in which he has scotn fit to ex
A Railroad Muddle.
There is a nice little wrangle going
on .Amtong thte stockholders of the
Cheraw &r Chester Railroad Comnpatny.
Some monaths ago the Company lssned.
second-mortgage bonds to raise mnoney
for building the bridge across the
.Catawba river. These bonds did ntot
find a sale, and the Rlichmnond & Dan
vylle Company camne forwardl with an
off'er. Their proposition was to take
the bonds at tainety cents, and pro
ceed at on~en to hnilding the b~ridge
and suppinitg somne needed rol ;inao.
stock, provid1ed they could obtaian "a
controllimt literest ita the C'heraw &
Chester. Theo necessry ar.alber of
shares was proetnred and .duahr trains
ferred to the Rihamotnd & banville.
Upon this there was considera ble in.'
dignationa exp~ressed-chtiefly among
the Chester stockhaolder~s. An injtune
tien was at once procutred front Judge
Miookey restrainin tg the Company from
issuin~g the senond-mortage bont~is. An
effort was also made, by 9nandamues
proceedings, to procu re reprecsenttation
for Cheoster county in the stook of the
Company, to the extent of the county*
subacription; of seveanty-five thtousaand
4d lars In bonds,
An Act of the Legislature, appr~ov
ed March 14, 1874, pr;ovides.
That the sevceral cotil~es of this
State through wvhich the Checrauw &
Chester Rlailroadl Companay aae au
thoriteu to const rnet a : allraond, or an v
branch thereof, he and are herebyv aui
thorized! and emp~owerecd to 'issue
bonds lan snhscription for' parefearred
stock of the said Cornpaany, subject to
the coanditions andI provisions 'herel
The fourth section of the Act pro
vides as follows a
On the completion of' the~ said rail
road in theo county, the board of conna
ty oo:anmlssionaers shall receiv.e Iromn
said Comn I nay ana amnount of praeferred
stock( of thes said Compalany equtal to
the amount of the said bo'nds, which
preferred stock shall beatr Inaterest at
the rse of seven per cent. per annum.
.Under those enaotmenats it is claim.
ed, on behaalf of the couanty cotmmis
slotfoIs of Chester, that the county is
entitled to fifteen hundred shaics ot
the stock of thea Comapany. The Coin
panydeniqs the right of the counaty to
shares of stock, but htas proffered a
certificate of stock In the sunm of $75,-.
000 allegiag that the countay has nto
. Vote or other privilege of a regular
shareholder. Theoquestion was argu
ed before Judge- ?ackey last moath,
and hie has recently isued a perempto
ry, mandamus, dhrectiag the Comnpany~
to Issue to the county of Chester f.
teen hundred shares of the tock, of
the par value of fifty dollars each.
The Company has appealed to the
At the annual meeting of the stock
holdeirs at Landsster taet -week, vhet
thelooninttee to verify proVes made
their report, Major lamiltoni, of Ches
ter, offereo the followingresoliion:
Resolved, ThInt the report of the
committee on proxies of the Cheraw
& Chester Ralroad Companv., so fa-r
as the counties of Chester and Lancas=
ter are cmiceried, be not receiveld. but
that 1500 shares of the County of Ches
tor and the WO00 Rhares of the Couitv
of Lancaster be added to the stoclk li.t
and be voted by flhe County Commis
sioners of said coun ties or tieir proxies
Title resolution was rejected by a
large migority, whereupon a number
of stockholders, .from bot h Chester and
Lancaster, withdrew and organized a
meeting. At thi.s meeting .the shares
mentioned Ii Major laniljton's resolti
LIQn were declared to :be entitled to
epJresentat'ion, and the stockhilderg
Present proceeded to a regular organi
zat-ion. A board of directors was
ihosei, and resolittions were passed
atrecting the inanegement of the road.
he othor stockholders of course elect
Dd their board-so that tile Company
las now a dual government. It's a
ice little mnss, mid it cannot end for
, while. Everything of course do
pends oil tile decision of tihe Supremeno
1ourt. if Judge Mackey's decree be
IstLIie (1th sCecdingi stockholders
bvill have acted legall y, and will con
,rol the road-to the 011sing of the
llhichmonil & -antville Colpany. If
hat decree be reversed, tile other par
y will be i power, and the Riclimond
-3 Danville will have added a little to
heir territory in this State. We shall
COMME1ti'CAL biM tuMalxMS.
A Tery Severo Attack Upon Travellug
Salesnicn, by an Abbevilo Clergyman.
("L." II Tile A. R. Presbyt rian.]
I found on the train the inevitable
Iruimmer, a prodict and necessity or
nodern cnterlwistu. lle is it chariteter
0 8tl.d:, his cheek is 1111sed to itislh
1s, ie has no deadly dread of a lie, he
as that glibnless or tolgue thilt. caln
.e acqirled only% by, long~ and eatrnest
)ractice. There is one thing lie C11n
1o.: lie may Ilib very dhelicient ill other
ra1its and qual'ities, but. he Canl Ilufl,
is wares anild tie pt1re.11niar fem ii i that
is his predestinat1ed Ilis!ion to talk
,11. Hie ha1s learned long ago that one
vay of ettinig hiiself ip is 11) pull
thiers.down, and this lie does without
clu ple. I have beeni tohl tha. there
tre deceit mn amonllig theilm; it mari%
.)eso, bull surel'y fthey% art, exceptioinil
ises. That biieIss inst, in(iee'd, he
ni a bad waytt% which hli't some d -
eit mien inl it.. I ktnow from personii
>hse-rvaitioni of drutmmers, it' there atre
r.ul-moitied, proitne, shamelessly in
1eelit people. ithese are fihey. I take
it that to be a u11111111mer is 111ti easv
Way to get to Ileavel. Do vol think
Lhat viise coltails oil]% saiples andlti
eaig apparel ? Iy dCari- sir, Vol
are g1'really mlnistaken ; there, in 'one
Cor)iIer', is ensconced the whiskC filsi,
11( i i anoilther place tle paeck ot'ards,
iniirkedi perhapls. Canm aniiVOne tell
ivhly t hese four t hings genieralily to
Loget hier-profliiitiy, carId-phll'in'g,
vhseydikiig, and1( genera'l Iworth-i
losely aliliedi; whieniever oiie is seenm,
he othier three are not far off'. Amd
here is no0 one occuphationl inl which all
our are so genierally founmd as ill the
Thle drummiiier is amn examlple of tiis
heit, that meni go to wvasto anid run,
nmoralIly, whien t hey are shilt ou t fr(ono
yv a Christian horme, is almost. a Para
tise Rleguinied. Its power to) reistraini
he good cannoilt bet ov~errated. It is
me1i of tile mlost bilessed coniservait ive
tlutences Iii this bad world. W4ithlout
Sweet 1Home4," ca! tih would needt no
tire, or' brlimfstOne, or visible flinds to
nalike it a hleli, not in metuaphior but ini
I reckon that the next' time fonr
iirummiers are saated aroundit a sqluareC
abtle (ornalilmnted wi th fiftv-t wo1 pieces
)t piictured pasteboard Uam( i )4 11bottleo
>tf Ithanks for'ii what I have hiere said
IN T ERX A L MgJ.;t:. B'L ; RL IEFORM,1
Braytoia Speeial Fore to Patrol the Moon
Siiu D~istrict-- A Nico Lay-Out Indeedt I
Fuom the GreeCtnvale News.
In obediencee to Rleveiiue Collector
Ilatumi's or'der's to appioin i anfl ex i.i
'orce~ of " Men oft good staniding and1(
good hailzits,"' Collector IBraytonl hais
nen31ts S Ilugh P. k 'nie. R. P. :eru'tg3s,
" illiami Durhiam, W. MI. F'ine, J . O.
11d( G, P. Kirklami. Hi ngh P'. K ane
Ivill be iniCl commanmd of' thle div isioni ia
ialnurg and1( C. J. Stoibrand of
that at Walhlmila.
Kanme, Scrnggy amnd D)urhiam are imi
>iietd ini time shooting of Aimos Ladd,
bar ini Col hnbiia, andl wa n' iileplbl i
taanididte for a couiy oflice alt thle last
Oitectioni ; J. (O. Laddl~ is salid to beo lie
by the Pickemns Sen/ine/, whichi says
.o was ready to issue w.arranmts aiways~
igaXinsit anyb'Iody on1 a mloiImnt's 114o
tice; C. J . Sic.btranld was t hlie 'pu bli
Ofan canidal~ilto for Congressman in l the
ihtri DistriictI in 11he last "eltoll, and~
it Is said wats idetitle w 131 .ith somel~ (e=
(idely l crooked transa5Ict ions '.l whi'le h
wvas Snuper'intenden'It otf the Peiten(I
tiry unlder the( iiitinfam s ScottI. Mr'.
ar id inme is from A Iien coun lt v andi~ lit=
tic is knmown o)f hlim her'e, 1l1ut heI is
snid to be a real manti of good standig,
Iitegrity and1( couraige. Mr'.(I'arsoni 1a
knownvm here, andm~ is ahntost iunivei'sally'
well spokenm of'. Several of thle imp
poinimees arme well knownIVIi11 a' "Sp~orine-h
mnen"'. A ll of' ihem, wit h omie 1r t w
exLcptionis, arme k nown" ais perlsistenit
haingers-oni about the meveime deparlit --
inemnt and peltty pollitician si1 ideni tied
l'iith th 10worst port1ionm of the Repub
-Ta'uke Ayer's P'ills 'ir all thle puri'
poses of a purgative, for conmsumnptionm,
indligestilon, headaciiheC and1 liver comn
1)lit. By univer'csai aiccord, thmer arc
:he best ofall pur'gatives for familyi
--ou'd maturally think a gir'l would
like to hav.eit known that hemr com
Si'xioni Is lovelv -. bnt somtehow.th
girl wvho is blessed with a fair skdim
tries to keel) it shady.
WE 1IAVE JUST RCEICIVED O'oi, Of0
Mendelssohn Planio Co., New York,
their now catllogues for 1881, givinog
a very full deseriptio.it:f.thllr je.t.nt 8
auid org's, and also oftheir inanuflac
tory, whieh Is one of the largest and
1i00 ComitpJete fin thie worlld. t (escrij)
tioll ol' which,.aid tim) process of'man.
'acture of mtusical I1t runients 6f fi he
tie highest order, will be sfound very
iuterestingj. TheiV'planos tnd oigaunt,
beiides deulig tnaniinoufiv recom
miendeil for th e- highest hvonior of the
gureat, centeniail exhi1biliati, are. inl
dorsed in the stronfest poss"ible teritne
by the greatest niniscal artists id
high iin tt'sicl it tithorl Ile$ now liviig.
as well as the h ading newspaper press
in the conrntry. The compatiy is des
tined to occupy a high place as min.an
facturers ot 'nitisleal instruments, and
from the character of'its producion.,
And their ionorable and fi ip Inantner
of dealing, should seure tie patron
nge of persons who desire reliable
goods it ilctory prices. For Airther
infol inution, send stallip for cataloguo
of punos or organs its you may i
Messrs. Williams & Rutledge, Green
Ville. S. C.. Dear Sirs: We are very
mieh pleased with the piano, and coil
sider It i'ully eqid to your pepresenta
tion, ad think we did well to patron
ize your house. Very respectfll ly,
W. J. W...s.
Greceinwood, S. C,. Feb. 7, 1881. *
A Yaiablo Vlork.
111E tutlersigied has taken the agen
I cyfor Ohw s de of the ENCYCLO
PAEDIA OF 1USINF.SS AND ' SOtIAL
FORMS, a work reetntly imblishe I by
the National Publisl ing Comn paniy, of
Phiadelphia The book embraces the
laws of* etiquette anid go( d societV, to-eth
er with plain and s mple instrco ions in
thA valuable art of appearing to the beat
aivantago on all oae tionls, low to dress
well and tast ftlly, how to acquire a
gtdodI handwriting, and41 how to eXiea4
wrritten thoughts in a correct and elegant
manmer, ( to., etc. It is writ ten by James
1). McCabe. the well kn'own author, and
is prepared witi great care. h'ie book
is printed on fine tintod paper, and con
Wains b3:1 large octavo 1:iges. It is hand
nomiely bound, and is embellished with
a largo number of siperb engravings
made exprvssly for this great work by the
best artiss and engravers.
The work is sold by subscription only.
WVILLIA.NM T. SMKITH.
EARSI for the MIILLIONI
FOO CI00' BALSAM of SHARK'S OIL
Plositivelyr Restores ile Ienrimf. and is the only
Absolute Cure for Deafness Known.
This cil is extracted from a peculiar
species of smnaII %% HIrE SnAInK, caught in
the YIltow Sea, known na Carcharodon
Relll(lii. Every Chinese fishtrmana
knows it. Its virtues as a restorative of
hearing were disonvered by Buddhist
Priest nbout the year 1410. its ciure. were
so nu1nwtronis an I matty so seeminrly mi
riiculis. that the remedy was oflicially
proclaimed over the entire Emipiro. Its
u1"e b3caue so uniiv'rsal that for over 300
year's no deafn has existed Mu11ong the
Chine.se people. Senlt, chalr'ges pr-epaid,
to aLy Iddr1es s at :S1 per ho't Ie.
Only Importett by IIAYLOCK & CO.,
Sole Agents for Americx. 7 Dey 8t., New~ York.
Its vitNes are inquestionalble and it.,
enra,1tive chrate bsolut., as, thle mriter
ean Person lly testify. both fr- m e.peri
ece.! 111111 obseliatiol. -
Aiming the nny, readers of' 11.c Rlemic
in one patrt tond anothler of thm oiohn(1r' it
is probable thalt num bers aire afli cted 'vitu
d eatfness, and to Muclh it iuav' be sail:
'"'rite at once ti linytlock & 'Co., 7 Don'
Street, New1 York, teneloinig s$1. hull . on
etial e you to hmerr likhe an t body' elI., an;
w hose enirat ive etloems wil l et -permanenlIt..
You w'ill niov'er Iregret dtoing so. " -- Aldor
ef' iMe.canille I~Rv' .1 un11 25 - 3mi
A NICE LOT OF NORtTHERN
A FINE LOT OF NEW IRISH
A NEW SUPPLY of MACKEREL
--THIS YEAR'S CATCH.
NEW-FLOUR-~and F"RESI[ IIOLTED)
MEAL-JUST COME IN.
CALL SOON AND GET THE
W. H. Donily.
o L OSIN G
NEXT T HIRTY DAYS I IN TEN.0
TO SELL MY
ENTIRE SUMMER STOCK OU'I
COST. FORl O.ASI
a .ug 4O EL
4o I.%N(ioit 'IAEiso l ry'I lvii
Pii.i~s.--They tire harinless to thl i.ioiL dei1c-t te
persin, but. so pr nelratIlig Ihat thoy cler the
systemt Of l iturities. find gently excite the
liver to 1h1),thy Ac to. P~rlo('1r oentper.box.
Hold by all drugg jp this.dounty.
An~t.,A ..%.. Alpi'l S. 1878
lir J P Goodwin. Agit-Dear SIr: I take
pleasure ii it at Ing that I haveeUsed your Nedi
c~ted Mtcck Feed on a very poor cow, with
grent sUitcss. 61h1- looks mnuch better now,
givesa great deal mot e milk. and Is much sit
Pciler. I thkerefor- sc( Inlid tlils imedlcine '
o nli who with to irinffove-tI-eir stoek, -at lie J
and horses. AS it it it uly what it is rept es lted ti
to be. Very i,eipectliully, A. RAY8Elt-t.
PF.7rAm AA. .1itvly, 1878. 1
Mr. Shornfeld : I used-l et Itick of ycur Stock n
Feed on my e13 i.: -with very sattisfactory le.
lits. SW hrd iec-nly dho )ted her calf, and.
wvas- In a poor cond'tion, and y the use of your 1
Stoek Feed site was raplidl Improved lI fesh I
and inilk. Very respectfully.
OEO. II. DENT.
Sold by the druggists or this county. .
Dr. A. It. N rtndti; Savorinat, wriles: I Os- v
Sire vol It nfAforda ni* 10eshfINto give my1% np
provni ahd certilente i favor or your Luig
t estorer, having give it it faIr triil in a num1.
ber of eases whe-re ii p1oved su:et-s In the
ireitment of 13roniltIs and Consmnptjoi. I
Five years ago my wife was tat gone In con
sumption. site had broin coniln' d to her hied t Ito
gienter art, of the it Ime, for six mon Ih with t
lectIc Ftver every (y and I had but-little ai
hop1es of tier recovery,. but b persevei'anlice
wit It ne blessings of God, htet, Itriugs art now
rfectly ound. I gave heor 110 other lang
NIePicIne thai1 yoits and a cough Kyrup I make. I0
I have wtlertly given t het ether ts I have jn
strong fuith In both. I sutccee( e I it ciling it
tiuntber of hopeless evimes and regard rewer's
Lung Restorei' As a valtble preparation. i
Please send me per express three dozen As I ant
nearly out. Nond bill of same ti I will remit
promptly. W.IshIng you good success, I remain,
'A. It. NOIRTON, 31. 1).,
Corner West Droad anuir utrris Sis.. Savannah,
MesRrs. Lnmar. Ranin & T.91imn. Gentlemen: 1
--Out1 hot Ile of Bi-ewer's Lung iestorer cur"d
fll, of Broilillis in a week's fine. I vill wvait,
a few tuore bog tles soont. I Inte-nd keepig it in
i' hotlsf till t he iline, its I enisider It, a valua
ble medinei Yours-reE poecifutlly.
IEN itY DAVIS.
Sold by I lie Druggists of this coulity.
Coil't.ias. (A., April 12, 1878.
Dr. C. J. Moffet -I-Pear Sr--31y' wile An nd mv. t
elf t'e sait Isiled 1h1t the, lif oi f oilt' I eethilic V
babe was saved h) hi' use of your 'l"'thina
(iIet ing Powders). Wln- other reiedies had
falled to relIeve tlin. lI'e hare been deltighted
-ri th ile vpecfy auti )erinta lent reli-(ef ltren one of 1
otur children fr-roerere allack of C |oera MoN11.
I'eet inta is ilinpehih'e t1o And a iicld b'
kept by nil parents ativing small children.
Itespectfully, etc., a
JESSE B WRIGHT, a
IT IS A WELL KNOwN FACT
Amnong plhysltets thatl Buelt Jui er an
paretyr ra:vkn 1o. etbination fireo t e best
remedies in the- wor'i: for disemsc or the nlad
der or Kidlneys. and iltat not less than one-half
of t' hui'n family. botl tite anitd female. e
sufl I i rom deInntgj'itt tf those organs and
neglect o' fa.it to 11"e proper remeies lturry I
Ilny to untIimey graves. Nilmerous cmlit- t
iotiot' s lvi' been' tited for-Grav'l, Brick tust.
De tsts. Brlyhit's Ulee. Weakness in Bak 2
O tiips, produced by derangen(it o Blaideir
11n I( KI(3eye; but. no-tc. h Such hw I ' y reslts %
as In 1kinl's Ext.ract of lt-lth ntid J'ihiver. ID
you suIfer mtrIm i any tieseas of those orgaias, p
get a hotle--onie 01' two .--llt relle-ve you.
Pr'pared only by ittut, iankiln & Lina'
Drtggists, Atlanta, Ga., and for sale by all
T I MON Y OF DR UGGISTS.
We o v bee I stl.in2 '--switt's syptillilI'! Spt- c
elfle" fo- ' S. e s, ah(It i it-rard it, ltr siiperior to t
aitvltt i know to 'i 1-li ,. for ite dis- ases it
's rei iiomel'-lIed -to -ure.- W vehave never known
of a stimqltr fal1'lre
V-J A 4N L1% Ta.nmisville, oa.
1. P MWrEh l & CO . irsVilt. 0a.
1'i'N'T' lA KiN I.A3Alt. Allntnt. On.
P'E31 BI 1I1 ON. SAM VEI.S & IEYNOLDS, At
AI..$ NT't . G.%. J.Ith' 1. 1874.
We atve b.n 1a.Ig ' Swti 's S.phltleJ spe
yer, Id 1iie I,' I tn g '.frtainf knten -
r-emedy thii . wtilt ~eTi/ nj'critiern'ent re or dis
enoies fot' iri-cit rre''#ein mte'1'dert
GI HAN I'. AilEXANDERI & Co.
81 ,000..RE W ARD
Will be pnItd to anu ct'rist whlo willt fnd. en
an tlysits of at Ine /.udre-d b.ott~c or s. s 8 ,ott
'1Ttitl SI)lt ilt '0P.FC 1AY.Por
lts Atlan 1,1 -
S'.ld. hv' al111 Dri'tls
Cailt fot' It 'opy of ' iounog Mden's Friend."
Defctiv Wt ~ a' eh Cases lre o'e or th" ethl'
enuiSe-s or 'o tr.ay at Oches nt be'ing goodI
tme ph'-ees. TI'he eases bin thI in itn nt . ill-C
11it:g well. mdriit dusIt nhd dtilt, 10 the mtive'
menit, whicht soon1 inltertfere"s wtlith the runnintg
partof 0t1he waltih nece'sstalttng Cleaintg, it.
Ip11h inig, 40'., a n:i the 11oculnt tus pnaid ouit if
a ippiedha d b ( uyli~g a gi-od e'nsI, i'n tIhe br- I
g Innilng, we.:1( id hv- anved. nHl this treubtle 01nd
mneet - oal l e'se 'rquliiat. s, it hav'.ii-g b-'en
('atrled fr o v r t-'- we-lt V y 1 ye r itid still r'em1flns t
per'f't-t. Wt' r"oer-to .thle dJAs. IOSS' 1'atet
Stia:ee Gold Case, wtht, h' has bc(omelL one
of the staple11 ft tilIes or the J'welry trade, 1
POse-sning as it dloes -so mtany advi'ainges over(
all oth1er ~'l wtcht ltlses, bet ig 'inad: 'er to
hen vy plai les of sotid old( over a plate of com-:
l1osiItit.- And we advI~ise ll our' r'enders to ask
ox lhiin t hre2 inat'r -n whleh tey are made.
It is the oity stil'erned Case matie wilth two
plat-s or gold, seanfess enin~its, (.nd( cenltrc,
SOld joitnts, ct-own pieces, &Le., all of whieh ar'e
cov'erd bylIe-itersptatenit. TIhet efore huy:~ no
(':se te:fore conlsttilinig a1 Je(w-r'r wh-io keeps the
JAS. b'OSS' Paitentt Slila'enedt Gold Caseo, that
youl may13 learn thte dItITC'eren'e bltween it, andt
ali linital ions I lha t 'lniin to be equailly good.
F-'or stale 11y ati responsIble Jewelers. .Ask to
se'e i lhe wtarlit that, nteeompaielts ('ach L's,IC
anid (dit', he perisualded thattt any (other1 make of
case la as5 gold at) 12.
HIAVING determlfined to "CLOSE
OUT" 0o1r stock of Spring Dress.
Goods, we offt'r you from this~ dato
unusuatal barlgl-ins in) [0ame. We have~'
a comlplete line of these goods, and
part1'ies will do well to call. Cxamninoe
anud 1)1 ice thleSO beforo' purlchasing.
WVe would also call yolu' attention to
our line of Fancey Muhslinl and Linen
Lawnls. In~ white goods we are "Full
Up." Our' Iitic of these goods con -
sists of Linen Lawns, Victoria
andc Striped *Nainsooks, Jatconetsl,
Sv' iss, &'(., &c. Laces, Lacos,
Laices. Edyings, Edginigs, Edg_
CALL AND SEE FOR YOUR
McMASTERI, BRIICE & KETCIIIN,
maly 7 '- ---
- ubs~cibo to''Tu N Ewis- Alnn
WA PY H1iWES.
What ha86 earth dearer in palace or grove,
ban mu a at nightrall from lips toat we love.'
Ahi yes. Music, Speet Muniot does
ni6ake Home, Sweet Home. happier and
lenrer and the head of a family that in
hlise (lays of eniture and progress does
t pluane a Piano or sin Organ in his
one, del-rives hlimlself and dear ones of
vast atu(lintof.pure and refining enjoy.
nent. . Our Sunny Fouthland has in tbe
mst ten y ars taken a wonderful step
orward in I usical development and the
;rand question now being agitated in ho
aillions ot homes is not ".ihall webuv an
netrunient," but ''How and where- sliall
e buy it." And it is a perploxing ques.
ion, too. The papers are now flooded
fith flaming advertisenents offering won.
lerful bargains of $1,000 Pianos for $297,
7 StopOiglias for $85. Ono friend ad
ices this. andl another that, and so on,
intil the worried buyer becomes actually
fraid to buy at all, lest i o be cheated,
1d so delays until some unscrupulous
raveling agent conies along and "scoops
41m in" with a cheap, "snide" instru.
lent. which, in the end, proves a source
f mortillcation, rather than of enjoy.
WHERE TO BUY. HOW TO BUY,
T HE QUESTION SOLVED.
Ours to answer. Ours to point the placc
o buy gond, Ionest instrum'nts aot honest
'rices. Oirs to save buyers from impoal
on atind overcharging. The issimlon of
0UI'IERN M U 8 I C HOUSE,
Tho great Piano and Organ HlouIsa of
he South, to furnish Southern buyers
rith Pianos and Organs from standiard
akhers, at lowest factory wholesale
rices. Established in 1870, and now an
niense Music HIouse, Magni icent Don
le Store, sixty feet front, three stories
bove basement Two hundred Pianos
nd Organs in stock. Thousands of in.
trumtents sold yearly. Our field the
outh. Our customers legion Our capi
i1 ample. Musicians ourselves. An
rmN of employec. Branch Hlouses in
even cities. Our travelers everywhere.
!xclusive control of the best in.ruments
ri the world. Direct connection with
anufacturers. Always pioneers in low
>rices. Able and willing to compe to with
he world. Pledged and sworn to do it.
ND NOW MARK US WELL,
Don't waste time answ'ering absurd and
,eceptive advertisements. If you want
heap instruments, we have them, and at
L's than the lowest. We compete with
hvatty, or Marchall & mith, or any cither
ian, no no atter whero ho lives or how
iuuch he bl.,ws. 2(65 different styles and
'rices to select from, and such nakers as
Iickeiing, Mitibushek, Arion, Southern
(in, ieason & .itmlin, Peloubet & Co.
nil Sterling. Seut on test trial. Lew
reight guaranteed. Stools, Covers, Music
nid MUSicL .*loVNAn, given free A little
lsh now, nitd balance in the fall. is all
'e want. -pecial terms for midsummer
ri. t v. second-land Pianos and Or
aniis. in good repair, to be eksed out
heap. Write for Cataloguesi, prices and
arms It will pay you. Address
LUDDEN & BAES, Savannah, Ga.
N. B.--end also for Catalogue of Sheet
lisie, Music Books, Violins, Guitars,
lutes, Band Instrumients, Drums,
trings, Orguinettes, Zithrs mnd all
mall M1uscal Instruments. Immense
tock. Lowest prices South.
IS c-dled to my fresh and well..
elected stock of
I has e just opened a splendid 0-1.
f fir'e t gnality and full weight
les, Baked Beans, Pinleapple.
?each~es, Succoinsh, Salmon, Toma
oes, Sard in en, Mustard.
WOBINSO N'S IPORTED OAT..
MEAL -- FRESH.
Condensed Milk, "Ocean Gem"
lackerel inu 5 lb. cans..
ni bulJy, as good as packages, and
L. palatable hoverage for invalids aE
reil as p)ersonis in health, and highly
'commened by physicians as a
lit for childr'en.
I DO NOT close at six o'clock.- A
hare of the public patronage is
RI. M. HUEY.
AND) FEED) STABLES,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
A L 11lGE'100 of the .cheapest Toilol
,- Soap for the plee'eter bronght t<
W~innsboro. Call and hb. convinced.
McMA8TJlt, Bl1ICE~ & KF/IXIJLuN.
tIAS JUST RE IVb A EESH LINE OF CANNED GOODS, CONSi8k'
GREEN PEAS, PICKLES,
LIMA BEANS, BARDINESt
FINE FRESH CIDER AND VINEGAI.
NUTMEGS, ESSENCE AND EXTRACTS OF LEMON AND VANILLA,
FINE TABLE SALT, VERY FINE MOLASSE S,
FLOUR, MEAL,'SOAP, AND ALL
GENERALLY SOLD IN AGROCERY STORE.
- D. Sugenho me ~.
THE CHARLOTTE FEMALE INSTITUTE,
REV. WM. R. ATKINSON, PRINCIPAL
OHABLOTTE, N.6 C.
t(From GEt. J. D. KENNEDT, Eleutenant-GoverDor of Southi Caroliia.j
CAB1DEN. ., C., Deceymber 17h , 1880.
As a patron of the Charlotte Feoale Institute it affor.ls me pleasure to testify to the
thorough management of every department of it. This knowledge is derived from a
visit to and inspection of the institute. Strict attention is paid not only to tho edu
cation but health and comfort of its pxupila. Its honielike air impressed me most
favorably. The Rev. Mr. Atkinson, with the aid of his able and accomplished corps
of assistanta, presents every inducement to parent: who have daughters to educate. I
shaUl coitinje to 1 atronizeThe achool. .J. D. KENNEDY.
(From Pnor. J. F. LATIMEn, Pu. D., of Davidson College.j
I can test-ify to the succems the Charlotte Female Institute has atlained under the
direction of Mr. Atkinson, who has in the three ears that he has been piincipal
raised this hchool to the highest place among our educational institutinns He has
spared neither care nor expense in -securing the services of the niost accoiplished
and experienced teachers, and in naaking the institute a ci-mnfortable and pleasant
home for its pupils. No patron has ever visited the school without being more than
ever pleased with the arrangements for the uelfare of bis daughters. From being
I r. sent at sonic of its exatminations and p rsonialli inspect ng the work of the pupils
thereon, I know that the instruction is thorough and of a %ery high grade. Dr.
Bidez, the Professor of Muic, is regardeo by his pupils, mniy of whom are amateur
lady nusicia.ns, graduates in music at other instit ltions, as the most idvanced and
accomplished teacher of music that has ever come 6outh. J. F. LATIMER.
Sesiion beginas September 7, 1881. Terts-$125.00 per half session, including
EVE:.Y EXPENbE to which the pupil in put, except for private lessions in music.
THE "QUEEN BESS" CORSET.
The "QUEEN BESS" Corset and Skirt Surporter iA by far tlhe most comiortable
ever introduced. It is a perfect titting corset, and has new and impjroved shoulder
straps, easilo adjusted to any desired length. It also has the immeian saely c'pular
1ATENT CL!J H STEEL PIROTEh TOR, which not only prev, nts the steels from
rusting, but also rendr-rs it impossible to break the clasps. Warranted in every par
tioular. FOR SALE ONI.Y by
m ay 26 J. M. B BATY & Co.
TO TIE LADIES OF FAIRFIELD 6 0 UNTY;
I HAVE Just opened and have now rendv for onor ispcction one of tie
Irgest and beet selected stocks of A11L'NERt, FANCY GOODS AND
140TIONS ever brought to this place.
MRS. BOAG, with the assistance of her new milliner, MISS BLACK,
Baltinore, inten(s s paring no pains in these departinits, and will replenis
and keep them full during the season.
A FULL LINE OF DRESS GOODS, Buttons and trimmings to match. TI
best and cheapest line of CORSETS. Also a lot of Linen Ulters And Unle .
DAVIS VErICAL FEEI1
TFIRbeqt in the market fory plain or hevy and fne family sewing. 0J.
It-both as a machi and the range of workay t ne o canteom>to w1
with anty of the tirst-class machin ontem rnot. W arantef to we -
chines ini use in Fairfld Countneoyh.ake.Tohnrd ftee3
.~Sc> I sr sTORmfl
A fie lot akfs lanting Pe~s, Onion Sets, Seeds, Corn, Oats, Chet
T rackers ks, Ca et s Ba on, li u i, al ia t roking and Chew st
lot o~ulGos,l .~m~e - liery, ete., low down to make room for a
loma rin oo3 -~ -
m ar 3 J . 0 , .14 A (