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A. C. .JONES, HI'roil.
A'e,rb'err y. S. (.
WIE)NES)AY, AU(UST 18, 1886.
DEMOC4R('IATI' STATE. TI('IK IT.
.IOfIN PETEt fil(I AltI SON.
i:-9 INAN-r-ot)v Eo1r.
WlL,IAM L. MAU.I)IN.
sreitET.rtY IoF sr.Ai:.
W. ZACII LI:IT INlt.
CiiMI'Tltt11.1.t1-:n-txN :at.\ I.,
W. E. SToIFN EY,
'o If ierkeley.
IS.\%A(' S. R AM3lt-:Itt..
JOSEI'II If. ?Alt1.K,
dUatl-tNT1)ENT OF 1:1I.t'\ it.''.
.JAME IL IM l.it1:
of A bbeville.
.rl Jlrr. N-r .Am) INse:E-rou i:tinn
A. M. MANIGAUI.T,
:IlTOIt A1. N/)TI:.
'1'Ie ontlook for a cotton erop l: im
A sure cure for hard tiievs-iitdl-try.
sobriet y and econony.
Tillm an has w%ithtdrawn fromi tlit race
for the Legislature in Edgetield.
The candidates h:ive buit two weeks in
which to gather in the voters for the
Mr. Jo-. L. Keitt i- a ca ntdidat' for tlie
I.egislaturc, and is the ontly fatrne"r mlen
tionled for that poition.
('olemanl town-hip votedl'"tu sub,"crip -
tion'" in the election in the iii ere-t of
the Narrow Gange on the 10th.
'Tihe 1H:RAL AND NEws fil-hiiebd
the fullest report of til, proceeding- of
the State conveltion---tntre that twelve
The county co:vention o: the Sith
Inst ant u ill elect delegates to Seneca to
arrange for prinaly for Contgres- inl the
The Catholic Chur"b11 ha- c4-!eiun.
the knights of labor, and has eniniied
the bishops to loceed agailt:t :ll sneh
secret societis uider the Papal han.
The Observer ntd the ( reetiville New -
are measuring swords over tie g,n --im
of the propriety of at judgte on tlt 1e1bell
heing a candidate for a p1litial posititon.
The convention andl ticket eemii to
have satisfled altmo-t ivervone. Cha rles
ton, Colmnbia and Orangebiirg charge
each other w ith being rather nmfrindlly
in son t Iheir voll;tig.
'1'he factories in Autigusta hav eli'-' 1
tlowi, owing to a failnre to Imake termni
with the employees of the Angusta Ine
torr. Mote than three thosainl lerstuns
are thrown out of employmiietntt.
An injtimet ion has beeti tiled by tle
attorneys of the' Atlantic and WesIernl
Railroad to require theollievrs of the A..
E. & N. Narrow Gange to change their
route, claiming that they have the right
of way and that the bilding of tle A.,
E. & N. on the route strve\e<l will in
Ierfere w Ith and aflect heir lin .
T1he juory in the case of thle St ate
aga ist Riobt. TI. .1 Ones for' killin g the'
Pi essleys iln Etige fiehl Counit y in No
vembehtr last. miade ai mist-~rial at Edgelfiel
on the 1'2thw in talit . ThIiis wasi thoiugh
to be one of the miei -t bIrutal miurlers
ever commlit tel ini the( State, yet, if is
salIl tha thie juiry stood oneI foi mui Irderi,
five for manslauughiter and six for41 acqu it
There Is a wide diffetrenc oC(f opinion01
as to what lie Governmen lt shol do in
the Cuittinog ease. It kiimaintained by
some that the Seeretary i of State wvas
rIght In making the denand for hiis re
lease, as M. 31xico hadl forfeit ed all right
she might have clat ined unde41r the int er
nmatlinal law by basing litr whiole Cast'
against himii on a law of their on~ i that
aluthuorizes the piunlishmfienlt ill Aexico for
aicts tdone In foreiga lanid-, whlen theC
oIllenice, if any, wvas the eirenla tion oIf
a libel in Mexico. We think that.
the (Governmen t shonldI insist upon)1
tihe rhghlts of he'r citii.nis beiig
re'spected, even att the cost (of wvar, bult.
this may be avoIded by showving to Mex
leo that te l'nited ( States initetnIds to
defend the plosit ion alrtedy take'n ini this
MIss R osa Sense, oif Tl'ren'ton, is vis it ing
Misses Mlalie and(1 Ill ie Sease.
LIttle Bowman, son of Rev. J1. A.
Sligh, Is qfute sIck with bilions1 feveri.
Misses Stack and IDent, of Columbilia,
are* Spieninig thIs wee'tk with Miss 1,lil
Thec closing exercises of Mt. 'Tabor
High School will be had oni thle 1ith of
Rev. JnHlan prneachedt a very~ In It'st
lng and Impressive sermioni at l'iner
woods1 oIn Sunday.
Rev. WV. A. .Juliani, (If Georgia, wvithi
his ife anid daughiter, iare vIsItinog Rev.
JT. K. Efird andu family.
A little danghter of Mr-. 1Davidl liolantd
of Walton's was take'n very ill on last
Suinday. whIle the family werte visitinig
at Mr'. J. P. Dlerrick's.
It, has beemntuthinl 1y sahtl (hat fte
reasoni that plel) succeedt whot ait (etl4
to theIr buisiniess is beenuse terte is so
little compelttitin in ft.t 1ine.
We imagIue that Mr. TIillmani woul
have had a flneh larger and(iencee on thie
20th had not thle Tillmnan-D awson ali
ancee been formued itt the State (convent'
Why was the prlimary set for so tearly
a (1ay is the (Iuest ion askted by nearly~
('veryonie, withiout aniyoine beinog able t'o
give a ntatisfiact.ory answer. Is hierte a
mantl ini the bushe's ?
F"or only two dollars fte IilI AND
NEWS gIves moret readinog m.itter thant i
any two county palpers in the State coim
bhued. Woinder if the realder folly ap.
precIates the efforts of thle eergeftI"
The modern Moses led theu chilren
acr'oss the sea of the farmiers' Slate (Cn..
tians. aml was fetl with th'' ianal of
ta1'y by a host of admirers. lie no tloubt
thirstedt for somle f(at o11?l'', ,) lte 'mott'
th' r':ek of State otlleir:: from 1lain1ton
lown, but the rlek wa rat her olitil. anl
his r-oil beving a litt' sofit, tlh lesirerl
flow did not follow. 1-'inal ly he limbel
into th1110olt of State cotiv'ition, got
into the Sntminit of :1 caot'lt- anit] therrt
viewed with lon;ging tVy: the h:ild th:at
Itow\s w%-ih milk, a''tl hlo.:('v, aftclr which
lie ;Iave up thi," g'io,t. ,1 t bf:or' lx
1)iring It i. ;:1i.1 that he ":1\.I \''nt to the'
rxp)r(e i)n, "t? -o t 1 I , k. ll I av'
N ,i ,1! 11hb tn:.ny t p :di:i, 1 : in thte'
slt: " are. n1'\w hunlllninl. :
( nIllll I hnit . Ill) \'i t' M ('-4'. ,:o~tl,
A nl I vit"u th!t tllite ',' . -''"
t) 1u.V 1 1i::w f o t t. hel,or d
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P OSPER-I iTiY.
't' art' 1 :: ; 1i 't w\:\ her i . . .1 ,
lT elit 'a'ric al '. ill l: it, , :1 .
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Gl. G. 1ltWa!-l'i w\eek.
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nelt pony anad : t" -e hulyt.ok\i
li(t f I' a rillt V oll l 1:t a i
('r'IIs are IiprO\ 1In\'lv mneh1(", anlti
withI a flitw mr4 I : ,-alr showr=
tere will b an :vre_( r)p ladll
.o(1ire 111Iter an,l faml yV .tarteil or !
Union la"t ":itor,1: v t' 11h ourt. 1ipre
mi'. Or Ima' h, t'Ion I t1 \i. elation
11r. W1'. I'. 1,i1n1,1 :;ll. u ift' iferom ar.
Ninty-"ix. ia!me own -i 'Satitl:v of
a Vi-it to .\ r. .1. .11' l ) 1 t, faniil;.
tln 'i 1'14l t':4 '' re4I1444 I I : ' 'ii' -
P'r ii t t . . (. Nlo, "lty reOr)ts- thet
. N . a 1.. 1:tilrt'.1 p,rogress.ing atl
righ It. The it n'I, t irn; t")il- \iI w i tb
o''r,;:!iirt :It :mt e:l1-.y th1tt.:utt ther w\Orkt
ill bh:.i:l1 . f\ r. w ith all piihle
TI'hl' i ni, .i nI b1ylo4 i r,. .1. [.,"!: 144
chot'1 at l 'N.' s I1,: T h'::1".,,1\ -.
:n Ial l ecl . There u ::, .i :! ft t'
fontI! l uIrItl '"l i pit"'l in1 " nt . "'th
schtolars all <l 4l er" 't t' l,:11 t-- :t-. I
their te"a.h. Nr.
Alr. li. 1-.. lionkn.li.:ht is r;..i y"n_ :
v i\'it tt)l'ni ' h'. 11. w\'ht're' I : . a:1l
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of hlis 1hr1'' r\e . Ilti i t-tllr1 ". i
t1ink ie . i i. i':. li' nI h , 1l anticti
i:l. tain aii btI'.,er lril) b forwe Ilong.
\\::r. m'r l .'lnl, w\a:t"ln:'-li'n \it' -g rs..
\ . A 'tI. 1ti l hbe l:t e t )l t ,tt
n 1 I 1, :'4)l11 \\t1t' t\", '' 1 1 'iII tIli Oltl t''
lut'lti, 444 : t :ti' 41 v1'l4 jlilthi place, 11(
Iilrtt*'t-: hntind .' 11n tI'.l' i lt t'l
tilmli,' a 4l) rtty' i.: thinie, butlt j 1i i ta1
lllthl e \\ 't't l I e\1' I' 11 ')i atl a1i t 1w\o
+ aitn i (11041)111 Itr t I11.4. h t)\\"i'i
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thmy are p:lll11 oil' t he0 v Ii'e.
fh 11barbI 'i' - hv1141 \(1 .1r. W . .
llill tt: tf hi mp h11.1-v 1:l-t 'Fri: : . , l :'
+" nl is t f:itlia:- t s w .-il\It :.-b' , I t 1. i'+'lI
ts we l e I -itl ' Iva;l \vhicb \\ ill be
Stiln h\ th" re l"t of tht- ,11u-clal r:nrr.
piol+' iho wh er',1lit ilct h:I: i : ty.
1144'lut" t)nt"t' ii4 1 h+) i :41 V(4 I1' 1
tiSll 14)rlt) I' \ ii io:4 i 4 liliin 1- 1 'T1g il,
lay, a iini ( Ih hI' i o 'f h'' n 1'rl'r I ,irtiI
wo \:14s 1 4hl t' l t,a' -1.141 i :1 \[r. A1. 1'.
'('l its 11:1,' ;l I Su. ;tll I ' t :u w\ : X
IlllnllIttl ;nl ti ;l41it-' atl tl'r \\"hi'"lIll t'
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a lt( 'lr !t1: 1 v..rI - i)'t t1_ fr.
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G L1E.NN S P R 1.NNGIS.
114:.\ 111i.: 11. 1> 4 . i. N i:w\'.:: v n i
year- h.I te i n -i-t :ItIi ;.":w ,i t' I asI
inlti"t1 lin' r t ' ofu 1'.t tl (It'o tft
the Ilit.\1.1> .\ 1 \I"N :w\--.:1, 1n:1n m:uir(1
-i'Ig)Il lut't:tai rp1hI-e, hai1v"t Ilak;'
thris lif1 t44It ligiI. notte etf wh 14 jtich4
isia u hciieb(f 11.4.' b1)4 :ilsar fori hthe
wi h'-r t..(I g i t' gu ' th -It'ori: anll husi
ofthe iolilihr eb:itIl 1444 I'4l1 men5'iin ar
at ti ('cele'hite<4'i waeig' phVt-. hi.
<usht1'1rence btween' lthe~i 144 "now15'' atu
"thewn," th:O~ i.std 11e4'nI I1nte :u) Nt
Ni: ws Is for space. One thought, how
ever, I will venture to add, and that is
that 1 an glad of the great majority of
lady guests, as I am always asslred of
the kindest attention and comforts whenl
they niake up the pIcture. God bless
the votnen. always and for aye.
I am very much gratilied at the attett
tii shown guests by the Messrs. Silmp
soil. who in so short a term of years have
takent hold of the hearts of the public.
l.ong may tie spring continue to yield
it< life-gi\ ing waters. 1CX-E).
For tlie 111:ii .11 Akmi Ni:ws.
O'Neill School Pienie.
\i! . E l)1Olt: thi 'Thursdaty, August
12th, I alt endd the Pienic at O)'Neill's
Aradeny, fornerly known by the less
tii_,nitied nmule of Siokey 'T'own. A
very larg- crowd was present, anil
:monrg those from a dis.taue 1 noticed
about :a half dozen from Newherrv
lno1:i cadid iites.
TIhll morning wa. taken npl with reel
t:t io.l, it'.-t rulmentat mumica nd singing,
by the lui'ils. The stand which they
o(ccpied was :,-lefully decorated with
evergreens. 1\ wers :id festoons of long
leaf >ire nee(llei. The recital ionis show
el 1that the rt-pect and admiration which
the people of this section have for Mrs.
Jane A. Long as a teacher is not in
One of the strange sights that 1 saw
iring the dtay was a young lady's para
sol sirrounded wit hi a border of pirinted
circulars which read as follows: "Tihe
II Er . Ltt .% Ni' N Ews for the campaign.
We %%ill -end the IIERALD AND NEWS
:id the great Southern newspaper, the
('h:rui-tton Weekly News and Courier,
%%li It we use every week as a sipple
i%tnt 1 front inow until 1aitiary 1st, 18$7,
fo' seventy-tive cents. A. C. Jories :
Co.. Newherry. S. C."
Tihet diniet was all that could be de
sired, a:nd thllough tie tables were some
w\ hat crowded none we:it away hungry.
In the :1 fteruoon adldresses were mlaude
Iy l'ri'f. lit-by, of Leesville, lIon. O. L.
ilthum(1er1" andi Geco. Johnlstonle, Esq.
I.. A. 1lawkins then gave some
1111uSic oin the organil, after which a
r1::n1r1eu if yollog people danced away
th- re 1nmimiher of the afternoon to the
- il ring sIrain of two violints, with
rgan1 :,ecopaniaient. The day was
'toroilnIly enioved by everyone present.
li W ,r/ w.is there lie did not show
hik Iead. andino I inolnt of questioning
co Id reveal his ident ity. I think he has
'"e' u led irr-o his hole and pulled it in
'f I hi."'' O'NEILL.
J A LA PA.
The -easoa for fodder pulling has come
and every farner is busily engaged.
Mr. Aill, of Edgeteli, has just 1inish1
ed : new bridge over Iudian creek, which
is an holnor to himself and tie countv.
'I'he 1'rotra(ted meeting at Bush river
ha. 4 :1 l ro ressi;' for the past week
and n ill i.erha:ils r, tilne all t.his week
;- it is very intere:stilng.
Mirs. '1'arrant mal f:nily are visiting
Mr. Slieartuall and Col. G. S. Cannon.
.\lis A.la Riser, of Newberry, is vi-it
friort l, at .Jil:lpa.
\'i-i:(r- to our mineral spring are
'in w' 11a: seattering this season. May
1e v w" lack rail road facilities, we have
ha! Onie r,1:ail and it rtuns too slow for the
news of its healiig proIpensities to be
Iretabled tirougl;hout this broad world.
I think we need an'l ought to have
another railro:al s( that irur town and
nin.'r;Il 'priig could be more convenient
to the woril. I see that No. 2 township
ha- had a railroad meet ug and that is
jult the route for olur Jalapa, B1ullstreet
and 1'rosp -'ity road. I canl imagine
tl;Imt I cart ee n11ow on the Pulimntu
coaches of that road printed in large red
let ters tintedl Wit hi gobi tie letters J.. B.
(- I'. it. 1t. WV. C. S.
M1Ax :v 's, GA., .lanriary, 1886.
I''. i welv or (i fourtneen y'ears I have
been a great suilferer fromt a terurible
formri of blood poisorn whichr ran into thei
secomrlariy, :iri ni tily it was pluitronuced
aui tiarym fiorma. My3 head, faice anti
shroulde rs baeaine almtost a mass of cor'
rniptionl, amli ltiall tire disease com11
mii'eced eating iawatiiy my1 skull bonres.
I hieentine so hor nribi'ly'epuilsive' thait for
thlree' years I abrhtlitely refused to let
peop ler see rie. 1 used large qutiantit ies
of thle miost niotedi blood remredies and1(
appl11iedi to niearly all phiysicianis nieari me,
buit 1n1y corniion01 conitinued13 to grow
worse, arnd all said that I must surely
dlie. Mly ihonies becamne tile scat of
e'xeruciat ing achres anid plains; liy nighrts
wer'e passed ini rmiser'y; I was reduced
inl lli andi strenigthr; tuiy kidneys were
t errily d'iieranuged, id life became a
Ibitril to meii.
I bnanieedi to see ani adtver'tisemienit of
Il. 1i. IB. aitl Cent one11 dollar to W. C.
llirchiore & Co., mneirants of our
ph:ice, ami theuy prrocured onte bottle for
mte. It was used whi iteelded be'nellt,
anrd wihen eight or' temn bottles lad been
used I wats p)roouned soundit and wtell.
I Inrdls of! scars carn now be seenl otn
men, looking like a rman who lad beent
brned and thIenu restored. My catse was
wetlI knmown in ilthis county 13, anid for tire
brenetit of ot.hrrs whoi( mnay be sitrilarly
alltectedi, I think it my13 duty to give tire
(:L% to tihe puIbli(', and to extend try
hecarl felh than ks for so vauluauble a 'rm
ed.I have been well over twelve
month1IlS, anid rio returinn of tihe disease has
accunrred. ROBIERTI WARD.
MAX sY's GA., Jaminary, 1880.-We,
thei nudersignied, kniowv Mmr. Robert
Ward, arnd take leasumre in sayinig thrat
tihe facts a1 hove stauted by Inhim ar e true,
ma: th Iat ihis was:1 oine of the: worst cases
of Blood P'oisonr we ever knew hii our
county3 arid lihat hle hmas been emired by
the use of 11. 11. I.-Botanic Bloodi Bairn.
A. 'I'. Bula (i l'rWEL,L, Merchant.
WV. 4 . 1IIh11Monm & Co., Merchai:nts.
.ioii N TP. hhr'ER'r.
All viho dlesire frill inlformaltiorinaboumt
tile ae:i5i indl curn e of Blood Poisons,
Scrofula amid Serofulomus swellinugs,
U.leers, Sort's, JRheumaztism, Kidney
(Corrmpiaintls, Cat arrh, et c., catn secure by
maaii, frel'e, a copy of oumr :2-page lilus.
I rate Bi ook of WVonders, Ililed wvith the
moilt wtvrinirful an<id stat Iing prooi)fs ever
S-l1-i m Atlanta, Ga.
Semln iln yorlt namre aI o:nce for sample
cop1 it's ami 1Premiturn List s of tine Sunllny
Sorth inii its .irw aind en/reqd /'rm, to be
issmued abtli, tire first5 of Sept ember. It
will be in ad vanci e of antintg 3et at
I empted ci i n Amuericanr jo nuralism, and1(
tIre Soiuthern people will ire proul of it
its a Souithierun en terprise. With in ily
i)ne( exteption it. ill b e thre lar'gest
S-page weekly ini thie Unrtilted Startes, and1(
iun mechatnei nia make-lup anti variety of
atttracutlion willI be far ahread of all o)ther
papers. Let every'3 onie who readis tis
senrd in is own rnme at onrce, andr( thiose
of iris rneihbors, for samlipie copies free.
Mill ions of frete copies wtii Ibe semnt ot
ftomIn or' new fast mrauchinreryv. Addrne.'s,
TEACH1-1ERS' 1)EPAR tM'AINT.
AIVTIIUit KIllLEblt, EDiTroIt.
We learn that there is a school. roomn
in the county in the process of construe
tion, octagonal in shape. We have been
told that it will be very convenient for
school work; quite an improvement on
the old plan. Progress ! Progress !
'scogramsue of Teactera' (on vesttoa.
July *4. d antd 4th. 104G.
I,t. Organi.ation and election of o1i1
2nd. Opening address.----G. (I. Sale.
:3rd. Arithmetic.-Itarry Dysinger.
-ith. Rewards and punisiiiets, E,. 11.
Friday, Sept. 3rd
1st. Uramiar.-'rof. A. G. Volgt.
2nd. The advantages of a graded
eoutre of study,-is it practicable in our
schools ?--. O. Counts.
3rd. llistory.-Arthtr Kibler.
Saturday, Sept. 4th.
1st. Geography.--Mrs. J. A. Long.
2nd. The Common School System.
G. It. Cromer.
3rd. The Teacher as a Sttudent.-''. S.
4th. General lusiness.
Thie convention will assemble. at 10:30
a. in. on Thursday, Sep. 2d.
On Tihursday and Friday nights there
will be entertalnments consisting of
readings, reeltationti and music, for the
benefit of the .teachers. All teachers
who intend to be present will please in
form the School Commissioner by postal
by the 28th of this month, in order that
provision may be made for them.
We would be glad to see every teacher
In tile county present at the convention.
Let no one stay away unless it is una
voidable. Remember that other coun
ties in the State are reporting successful
meetings, and surely we would not be
behind. Arrangements will be- made so
that every teacher will be entertained
free of charge.
'rhe Length of the Melsol Day.
'he Western laborer demands that.
his day's work be limit'ed to a. certain
number of hours, and his demand is
complied with. The employer may rc
luetantly pay for eight hours' work as a
full day. yet he is compelled to do it.
Not only the man who works in the
railroad shops of the West, not only the
woman who toils in the factories of the
North has a certain number of hours to
work, but even the teacher of the South
has a certain number of hours to
work. The teacher is required by law
to work six hours a day. His duty is
then (lone, so far as the State is con
cerned. Is this in all cases sufficient ?
Can he perform his duty to the ..patrons
and children in this short time ?
The old Roman taught from daylight
until dark; our forefathers int this coun
try remailed in the school room nearly
the entire day. 'I'he times have changed,
however; and now the teacher can enjoy
those plieasures which were denied the
good old people of the long ago.
In those schools where the chiliren
are pretty well advanced, it may be-well
to talk of the six hours' system. They
are expected to prepare their recitations
before coining to the school house, and
the teacher Is expected to have them re
cite, and they have finished after those
things have been explained to thea
which they did not understand.
Let us remember that there are a great
many children that expect to study their
lessons in the school room. For such
six hours are not suiliclent. Inl reality
under the above system they are not re
quired to study even six hours. They
commence at i o'clock and are
dismissed at 3, in the meantime having
one hour for recreation, leaving only
five hours for study. It is a miistake to
say that this is sulleient in the commn
schools of the country. Th'lat teacher
who clings to tihe above system, anid who
has tihe wants of a large school to attend
to, in reality shirks his dluty bcQauIse lie
has the sanction of the law.
Th'le teacher may say that Is pay is
verm~y small, therefore ive or six hours
is ias muclh as lhe ought to devote to the
work. Ini answer to this we would say,
that no teacher should make any such
plea after lie has acceptedl a position,
and should wvork as diiligenitly its i he
were paid as well as any olleal In the
Richanmd Makes Retort.
CoJUmuA, S. C., August lI.-Somue
time ago the Chronicle .mildly advised
thme News and Courier to let Georgia
p)olities alone as it would sooni be
"mionkeylng with its own Gubornatorial
buIzz-saw." Tihec News did not take this
advice, as it felt sure of the success of
its own candidate In South Carolina, and
p)referredl to extend( its operation.s be.
yond the borders of the miuddly Savanm
nahi. If it had wisely listened to the ad
vice of its amiable contemporary it
might have met with greater success at
home. Its candidate for Governor was
defeated and it is in mnch the same con.
dition that it charged the Ohroniele with
being after the Bacon defeat, in "'a very
unhappy frame of mind." It is easily
worried anti tile slightest allusion to
comnbinat ions, etc.. is exceedingly "Vex.
Your correspondenmt .ventured to rc.
peat a rumor current during the Con.
venitioni that "al part of the Charleston
delegates onily gave Col. Miles a half.
hearted supp)iort." TIhe-:News and( Coil.
rier to-day vigorously.deniles the "eruel
sto0ry," and then p)roceeds to prove Its
correctness. It Says: "With but *fouri
or five di.sending r'oles, .thle Chmarle'ston
delegation resolved that it .was injurious
to have two candidates for State ofices
i the field, andI( the .p)reference of the
delegationi, in about /a he sme ratio was
for Mr. Miles," &c. (Italics mine.)
Tihecre were theni "four6 or five" of the
delegates wvho werec not "enthiusiastie"
supporters for Mr. Miles- andt .who pre
ferred to rethme Mr. Miles in favor of
General McCrady's c adidacy.
Yotir correspondent~ sImply repeated
a rumtior whilh hats now been confirmed
by the News and Cournier~, and if thlat
journal wants to "pillory" aniybody it.is
respectfully referred to tihe writer.of .tho
edliioial fronm which I have qulotedh. Let
the: piunishmnent be inicted. If the
News and CourIer is not satisfIed with
its own conifimationi of the report, let It
order a poll of the. Charleston delegation
and( see if it cannlot find some '"half.
hearted supp)orte:r" of Mr. Milesamog
those delegates. If it fails to discover
anyv such: litdividual, youri correspondlent
wvill make the prloper correction. In the
meiant lne, wvith time rephort corroborated
by thit News und1( Courier, lhe does not
feel at liberty to retract. Tio dio so
would be a reflection tupon time News
andh Cou rier, ando your correspontden t
wouldnot be.futity of that for any eon
sidralon-- rc/landl in *AuiguisIa Chron.
My liver was so feartily disordosml and I
felt so fooble andi lainutd.that I scarct)ly took
interest ill anythiug. Tried all time so-cmalledt
reumetdies without relief until I used l'arker's
Toi e wih e,ted a permianonr cure.
I will pot tell you a falsehoodl, and if
for yourfelf, lr I amn determined to cl
gardless~of cost, as I am in need of nm
soon and late and you will certainly ge
My stock consiats of Prints, Bleach
'I'ickings. I)rills. Checked Iomnespuns,
Fannels, Jeans, Silks, Satins, Dress G'
Yelvets and other Dry Goods.
Also a large stock of NOTIONS, con
wear, Ilobiery. Gloves, Jerseys, Ulsters
chiefs, Veilings, Collars, Cuffs, and all c
numerous to mention-all of which will
I still have on hand a few Shoes at y
No goods sent out on approbation !
No gods sold
I noap just what 1 say and am deter
and commence business anew.
Come at once if you want to get the
From the world's best makers, at facto
Eight grand makers and over three huan
Pianos and Organs delivered, freight p
Fifteen days' trial, and freight both wi
in your own homes.
Branch of Ludden & Bate
Local agents-L. A. Hawkins, NeLv
IG rab Orchard Watei
cu(n rb Orb Sslts in seated packa es at
CRA. ORCHAID WATER CI,D Pro rs.
A large stock Just received which will h
that nio other house enn compote, as we o1
afraid to call and sec for yourself what go<
Jackson's Cash ])ry
148 MAIN S
WVonderful inducements w~ill
selected1 CLOTHING of choici
and guaranteeing the best fittinc
My stock of assorted FEUI a
and fifesh, up to the latest sty les
GENTS FURNISHINO Gi
consisting of all the latest shape
COLLARS, in Linen and Pape
TRUNKS AND VALISEE
ta.anufacturers' prices, having 1
line of goods for cash at bottom
to my trade who will favor me
In view of the hard times I I
at such low prices as will astoni
'MIy CASSIMERE SUITS ar
variety, at the cheapest possible
My Stock .of Light Weight
ALPACCAS, DR BABDIETARW
of every nature is of the lark
My YOUTHS' BOYS' and
is simply too large to give any:
qjualities cr prices. These gooi
doubt, of the most skepticl mnin
kinock competition into the shiaz
My stock consists of all the
meres, Soersuckers, Linens an
single piece yoodls, for which i
need try any further, hut send n
are in the city of Columbia and1(
lO2y148 Main Street,
you do not, beliievo me, cnlll and see
)se''ut myv enltirc stock ot- "oods re.
icy-. :ind il yo want bargainls ColmIe
'd and 13rown Cottors, ShirtiI,s
l.iighlms, Catiit Flaninels, Woal(%q
ds, ( ':sml ore:. Silk and Cottoll
sisting of Ladies' and Gent's Under.
Towels, 'Table 1)amasks, Ilandkor.
)ther goods in the Notion line too
our own prices.
on a credit!!
No goods to be returned! I1
mined to close out my entire stock'
)est "pick" of the stock.
ry prices, on easiest ternis of paymnt.
idred styles to select from.
IIamlin Matiushek, Burt & Arlon,'
and Bay State Organls.
aid, to all railrltoad lpoIlts South.
tys, if not satisfactory. Order and test
3' Southern Music House,
':olumbia, S. C.
erry ; J. Counts, Peak's.
A Remedy for nil Diseases of the Liver, Kid.
rneys. Stomneh andi fowels. A positive
cure for Dysppaln. Nick lieadnaebe,
Contiptio . Ise,oneO to two toftnIpootifuls.E
10 and 2, etx. No genuine salts old In bulk.e
8IMON N. JONES. Manager, .ouisville, Ky.
sold at veiry small projitc, Si) muchl so
ly sell for sPO'T CASII. So don't be
od bargains you c:ii got from
Colunbia, S. C.
MBIIA, S) C.
bc offered this spring in fresh
n manuifact ure, correct styles,
:garmen ts ever offeredI in an~y
ND ST RA W IIA TS is large
and at lowest po~ssible prices..
)OD)S ini the greatest variety,
S in celebrattedl CUFFS AND
r, at sacrifice prices.
will bc offered1 this season at
>OUght very largely in that
prices, 1 wvill give the benefit
v'ith their call or' order.
ave dletermninedl to sell choice'
8, BROADTAILS SUITS
sh any purchaser in that line.
3 of the corset fittings, in every
Clothes in SEERlSUCKER,
est variety at co rr'espondlingly~
GII.ILD)1 it NS' O LOTI- H NG~
air description of their style.
Ls will be offered, beyond any
ds, at sacrificed prices. I will
vaieties of D)iagonals., Cassi
(1 Alaipaccas in suits or in
>one ini want in these times
IC your or'der or call whein you
gret your. (lbenpest bargains at
Columbian S. C