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'7 -~ * THlE NEWS AND' r ILD)
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 't , . 1880e
W. L. MoDONALD.e
DEMOC RATIC STATE TICKET.
J. P. 1tICUARDSON, of Clarendon.
W. L. MAIULDIN, of Greenville.
eoretary of State,
W. Z. LEITNER, of Korshaw.
W. E. STONEY, of Berkeley.
J. H. EARLE, of Sumter.
I. S. BAMnEno, of Barnwoll.
A<jutant aned Inapeetor General,
M. L. BONIAM, JR., of Abbeville.
Superintenelnt of Education,
J. IL RICE, of Abboville.
The Town Council of Winnsboro
request a meeting of the citizens in the
Town Hall thi$ morning at ton o'cjock,
for the purpose of considering noas
ures to raise fluids for the relief of
the sufferers from the earthquake in
Charleston. A full attendance is earn
TUE lon. Chas. II. Simonton has
been commissioned Di4trict Judge for
the District of South Carolina, and
will hold his first term of Court at
Greenville this week.
IT is reported that Mr. Bayard has
telegraphed Mr. iedgwick his disbe
lief of the published rumors respect
ing his acts in Mexico, and ordered
him to continue his investigations.
TIHE platform of the Indiana Repub
licans is much more candid and sober
than was that of the Republicans of
Illinois. While favoring the protoc
tive tariff, which has, of lato years,
been particularly strong in that State,
and endorsing extravagant pension
mensures, its declarations on State
matters are for the most part clear and
IT is said that 30,000 voters have
signed a petition requesting Henry
George to become a candidate of the
labor party for mayor of New York.
The Democrats of the Richmond dis
trIct have renominated the Hon. Geo.
D. Wise for Congress, and in the
Petersburg district the Republicans
nominated Stato Senator Wn. E.
LEGAL proceedings are about to be
commenced at Newark, N. J., against
the Delaware, Lackawanna and West
ern Railroad Company for violating
United States laws in regard to the
transfer of live stock. This was
caused by the arrival of several ears
on that road loaded with live stock.
F"rom these cars the carcasses of thirty
two (dead animals were takeni from
live ones. It is said the stock had been
on thme road thirty-seven hours wvithout
nourishment. The penalty for violat
ing thh3 law is a fine of $6,000.
A LEADING exchange says: "Tme
intimation given by China that she
would not permit Russia to establish
herself in Corea has already proved to
be a genuine one. Chia has landed
troops on the peninsuila in token of
her inteation to hold it, and if Russia
wishes to occupy Port L~azaroff' as an
offset to the British occup)atiou of Port
Hamilton she must be prepared to,
fight. It is an incident of the affair
that the Chinese troops have found
themselves primarily in conflict with
the Coreans, wvhich helps to support
the Russian theory that the latter do
not recognize more than a nominal
allegiance to the Flowvery Kingdom,
leaving them free to listen to Miusco
vite overtures if they p)refer."
LETTER FROM ARKANSAS.
PINE RLUFFr, AnK., August :i0.
The political excitement is running
high in this city and the surrounding
country at present, and serious trouble
is anticipated at the near approaching
election. Tihe political situation of
this country now is similar to what it
was in South Carolina in 1876. The
Republicans have had a ma\jority, and
have tmaken the lead here for a number
of years, andi now declare that they
are going to have complete control of
the government. This assertion has
aroused all the dormant patriotism of
the Democracy of the country and
they have come in fall forco to the
front, and are boldly determinmed and
publicly proclaiming that they will no
longer, like dumb boasts, wear the
yoke of Republicanism, but will take
control And be the governings party
peaceably, if they can; forcibly, if
they must. Gov. Hughes, the Demo
cratie nominee, and Judge Gregg, the
Republican . nomninee for Governor,
and a ,niwi,at of other lpaiding politia
clans, aithong theni Senator Crockett,
grandson of the lion, Davy Crockett'
were in the city' ldet week and Inade
very able speeches, but instead of
quietifig the people their presen~ce and
speeches seemed to arduse still gleater
excitoment in the differenmt pIarties.
Yet it is to be hoped that the election
wtpU sa olwithout
trouba4 t0 preen4 eta
ser mo indicate.
- o ro a tbroughit th I *y
ar' very no; the seasosia;: A,
more regular and better suited tThe
farming tinterest this year" thaut fox
several yoar past. NoW. co e
already being brought in to ios et,
and the,merchants are elated with th
prospects of the season's business.
- There has boon a great deal of sick
ness hero during this sunmer, much
of which has proved fatal, and oin this
account many of the. ootizdn- have
go to away in search of a nole;.on
geiial clime to await a visit from Jack
Frost to drive out the poison; and
purity the atmosphere of the ',ity of
Pines". E, J.,O
More About the Earthquake.
CHAARILEsTON, S. C., SOptembi 4.
The shock last night at 11:05 .q'olook
caused great alarm, on account of the
shattered condition of.tho nerves of the
people. Those persons who had ven
tured back under their roofs hurried
into the streets, which presented for a
few moments as tragical an appearanca
as on Tuesday night. But little actual
harm was done by the shock. Two
untenanted houses are reported to. have
fallen together with part of the coping
of the Charleston Hfotel. The vibra
tion during the shock was not espo
cially great, but the moaning and
howling sound was sufficiently alarm
ing. Gradually the people had come
to the conviction that the- shocks were
at an end, and the disappointment was
SHOWERS OF PEBBLES.
The sensation to-day is the falling of
showers of pebbles in the lower part
of the city. The first fall was at 7:30
o'clock this morning and the second at
about 11 o'clock. They appeared to
fall in a slanting direction, from South
to North. There are morsels of flint
among them and all are plainly abrald
ed and worn by the action of water.
Some few have sharp fractures, and
have evidently been recently broken.
The fact of the fall is vouched for by
several trustworthy persons. The
bulk of the pebbles fell in and around
the News and Courier oflice.
THlE BAR AND HARBOR ALL HIGIIT.
The bar or harbor of Charleston has
not been affected by the earthquake.
Soundings taken on Wednesday show
174 feet of water in the South Channel
one hour before high water, and
Pumpkin Hill Channel 16A feet of
water. There is absolutely no deteri
oration. There is no truth in the
repot that the bridges across the
Ashley have fallen.
Samuel Iiammond, who was re
ported as dangerously injured and
dying, is doing well. Ills leg, how
over, is fractured, and he has many
While There is Life There is Hope.
Many of the diseases of this season
of the year can be averted by a small
amount of care and at a little cost, by
the timely use of EWBANK's TOPAZ
It cures Diarrhoa, Dysontory, Chol
era Morbus and like complaints. No
traveler should be without a bottle, as
it will prevent any disease that would
no doubt arise from the change of
wiater, food and climate, without its
nse. Thie most valuable medicine in
the world, conitains all the best and
most curative properties of all other
Tonics, Bloods, etc., etc., being tile
greatest Blood( Purifier, Liver Regula
tor and Life and Hecalth-Restoring
Agent in existence. For Malaria,
Fever and Ague, Chills8 and Fever,
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Sick Head
ache, Nervous Headache, Chronic
Rheumatism, etc., etc., it Is truly a
herculean Reinedy. It gives new life
and vigor to the aged. For'ladies in
delicate health, weak and sickly chil
dren, niursing mnothlers. See circulars
wrapped with bottle.
CHIARLEsTON, S. C., Sept. 1, 1885.
H. B. EwnANK, Esq., President of
The Topaz Cinchona Cordial Co.,
Spartanburg, S. C.: Dear Sir-I hlave
used a ease of your Topaz Cordial in
my famnily, and as a Tonic and Appe
tizer I can cheerfully recomimend it to
all who are suffering from Debility
and lack of appetite. My children'
especially, have been much benefitted
by its use. Respectfullv,
Ask your diruggist for EwnANI's
TorAz CINCHONA CORDIAL and take no
THlE TOPAZ CINCHIONA CORMIAL Co.,
, Spartanburg, S. C., U. S. A.
W. W. Reed, druggist, of Winchester,
Ind. writes: "One of my customers, Mrs.
Louisa Pike, Bartonia, Randolph icounty,
Ind., was a long sufferer with Consump
tion, and was giveni up to dlie by her phy
sicIans. She heard of D)r. King's Neow
Discover for Consumption, and began
buying it of me. In sIx months' timne she
walked to tils city1 a distance of six miles,
and is now so mnuc I improved she has quit
using it. She feels she owes her life to it."
Free Trial Bottles at McMaster, Brico &
Ketchin's Drug Store. *
Saved Ills Life.
Mr. D. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cave, Ky.,
says ho was, for many years badly afficlt
edh with phthisle, also D)iabeL es; the pains
were almost unienduirablo and wouldl some
times almost throw him Into convulIsionls.
Hie tried Electric Bitters and got relief
from first bottle and ,after taking six
bottles, was entirely cured and had gained
in flesh eighteen pounds. Says he posi.
tively believes he would'haveo died had it
not beoon for the rollef afforded by INiectrio
Bitters. Sold at fifty -cents a bottle by
McMaster, rico & Ketchin. *
Of the Puablle schools In school lfls.
talet No. 14, for 1S8868'.
SESSON oensSeptember 13, 1888.
Chlristmlas Holidays begin December 25,
C.hrlstmas Holidays end January 2, 1887.
Session cloes June 24, 1187.
* , 3. 0. OAILDWELLIJ
Sopt2xtdChmn. 11. '.t. 8. 11. No. 14.
n, ai s
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BEST TO NIC
tok. WeL stl ae th rv wo t abhors
h a n d C b ol u m b u s Bu g l Ye e o i l x
cae fha ors st tohay n a Ua me alfe
goeud M h C o tat we m c s?l eotbg
fr beef cat e -f rt or
A. WFLFR sar &7 l SO Vn,
e.. anmer ate$t .cs
WNaO . ta .
Fr UITno CnyANplS!6n s er
WHAEALARE i O
Thuiey ar e eraserpurtk u anddlne
and hralf ather rc ogass
putW upIOIn A them. YA' Ou gt a1.
6oi t ent; bye saTYmed sicnie
we sll pay on highet ay ao. e for.
Now is the time to get rid of your surjilus
stock. We still have tho two t%44-horse
wagons wvhichi we would oxclia 4 o for
mules or horses. Also those two i8bcond
hand Columbus Buggies for sale r ex
change for horses. We still have a few
good Milch Cows that we will exchange
for beef cattle.
A. WILLIFORD do 80N,
J.IHNSI3O . C.
WE HAVE A LARGE OF~
and halfed thd prisceeof tgeaDru
TOMATOE.SE ANDE ELE
T Emrthat Pr't ncepmay bel'o
putopvi theolma. ou gsea msae
3-pound DuCand thcoatoeesat
6in cns the samTTEMA Isie
TUTE cens.set$,0 nrnvtn n
Imrv the buongs,e a a ewk
In nilalke fmprvaet thao-r
TL in dn 1 he ihga,wre
withthe est . Hrouh-onfunacs,
haRhEtAMcl Ar TAndR.tls
10POUtmnDS as a~ CEArd TAhoR.i
Jout,cee and fo Msale nd,At theprg
Fo lPrumrthgeayto the Prinpal,l o
rug11L2 hahat$400 relotin an.'
iothe ildaing,adi ow'sn ak .
Estnor ahbeh in 1798.nt -hi vr
Thoeuulars litdr wthga,sare
hahta. col water ba , anrt.ea
Bppinthant oaBrigShool i.OrOag o,n O
ALES,' POR TER,
CIGARS, ETC.,, ET1C
Genuino Imported Cognac Brandy.
Gonuino Imported Holland Gin.
Genuine Imported Port Wine.
Genuine Imported Sherry Wine.
Fine Ol Kentucky Bplle, Bourbon
.Choice Old Cabinet Rye Whiskey.
The Celebrated "Davy Jones", Bour
Choice Olsd N. (3. Apple Brandy.
Old Sweet Mash Corn Whiskey.
Pure Now Englat;d Rum.
Pure Blackberry Brandy.
Plantation Rye and Corn Whiskey
Mott's Pure Apple Older.
CASE GOODS, BOTTLED.
Pure Imported Cognac Brandy.
Pure Imported Champagnes.
Pure Imported Port Wines.
Pure Imported Sherry Wine.
Pure Imported Holland Gin.
Pure Imported Ginger Ale.
-Pure Imported (Stout) Porter.
Pure Imported "Blass" Ale.
Pure Imported Angustora Bitters.
Gesuit Bohmanport Bheye.
FOld Kentucky Blle Bourbon
Choico Old Cabinet Rye Whiskey.
Choice TluN Ba,sa.AplBrdy
Ture Nock Ead R.
Pturt' Blabd Bruchu.
Pladtatinr landrnt Wine. e
M8ttR. Pure A.pptt' Pudr.pp
their pat patsoa p Iamnriadjc
toorer Ifor Anal-lted stoage l
ofr g or ed Smyn, Winde.lb
Pre ored (aetout) Prter.pto
S. . HABENICt'sPue pH
DMfy' PcHue Ma Whisk een e
Tithte eplek lo FacIrwilo
soi gos i n a y pslie,adviib
Pol&7tllar Prl Eoi
An assorted lotf 7E ol
and ents' Shoes,
N. IIS, E'8IR1(0'. (ionts' Fluse I
A fill line o' Ladis', .usseo' and
from one of the bIost factories in Mass
}iave boon ordered and will arrive 81
Daily replenished with the choicest br
tend to be anong the LEA DERS OF:
One Tierce of OHOICE HAMS, j
WE HAVE PLACED ON OUI
A LOT OF GOODS AT
You will be convinced upor
examination that they are
Mitchelien Quilts at $2 anc
and $3; real value, $3 to $5
less than cost.
Our entirse stock of Drese
Ginghams at 8 1-3 cents.
Percales, Cambrics, Fou
lards, etc., at 8 1-3 cents.
Ladies', Misses' and 'Chil
dren's Hose at a "drive".
Call and see our
at 4oc., 5oc. and 75c. It wil)
See our White Dress Goods.
Edgings, Laces, etc.
Dotted Colored Swiss at a
We have three "Boxec
Lawn Dresses", handsomel3
trimmed with Edging, to be
closed out at a sacrifice.
W'MASTER, BRIOE & KETOHIN
TAKESt PLEASURE IN INF!ORMIN(
' THlE CITIZEANS 0I?
That he ia receiving one of the best as
sorted stock of Fancy and Staplo OIrocerie
.jUSTr RECEIVED, a fev -bushejs o
White Peas. Also,
Ratisins, Currants, Citron,
Prunes, Evaporated Apples
Sugars, Coftee, of differenit grades,
lea, 14lite, H3romai and Cocoin
?reshi Englis Walnuts, Ahnonde Pecans
im orte'd Sardie indsnd xLracts
Quarter a id Half 1)oxes
O.itled Frtuit d getalAo
Pedeha,'Pars ani ilneapples
Okra and Tromattoes, (on and Peas,
F dIonr from th .cheapest to the finest
Meal, Grits, Lard, acon aind Syupas
With good mtany otler goodlsni of wtiel
will be sold at the. .iowez.t pr(t for &.tnu
only by *~ .WL'.
ASUP~PLY OF i"itT J.i.S, just rec
McMAS'FMfn. niCl & wFTOIn,'u
DS:Ladies Misses', hdo , a
Childiret's Mdlidlmn PrOo SlieA, direct Htf
)on. Save money by buying tho best.
ands of gooks for family usq. We in
LOW PRICES for CASIL
J. M. BEATY & ,BRO
p J . BEATY a BRfO.
'P. Leudsoker & Bro.
NW W. HAVE RECEIVED OUR
Stock or new
and req.es. in :hspection by our customs
era and the trad generally, both in andi
We have a mno assoWrLment of
Ii7Calcos at 5l conts.
It1Dress Goods from 8 cents up.
?t'Black and Colored Satins.
- SWVelvet Brocades inI different color
We have IND)IA LAWNS AT F1IV1
CENTS por yard.
tWF~Iiurnishing Goods and
ItWIIats, for men and boys.
?W Wo are agents fpr the
TUIE BEST AND CIEAPEST 81Ill(TS
P. LANDNOKICR &BRO.
FRLESIL AND) CIIEAP.''
F~ROM NO. 1 TO. NO. 8.4~
*Wo also keep constantly on hand the host
FLJOUR, &ORN, RAL,
.sY RuIr AND M.
OGBURN'S FIS G:1AID
1UIiAF FOtR CAS !.
McCARLY & O
5HO CASS CDAR
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