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THE NEWS AND HERALD.
WINNSBOBO, S. C.
Wednesday, july as, : : : : lasc. .
JXO. S. K FYS OLDS )
W. L. XcDO\ALD.] )
The New York Sun is now begin- i
ningto boom Mr. Tilden as the man '
for the Democratic party to nominate :
The United States treasury has j
called for the redemption of $4,000,- .
000 three per cent, bonds. The cull j
matures on the 1st September.
The first new bale of cotton Las !
been received at Memphis. It was j
raised in Texas ana was sold at auction
for twenty-five cents per pound.
The population of England doubles j
ia half a century, while that of the .
United States double every twenty- j
five years, or just in half the time.
The Gate City, a steamer bound j
from Savannah to Boston, was wrecked j
ou the 18th inst, All tin passengers J
were saved, but the cargo was almost j
a total loss.
Jeff "Williams, of Chester county, j
who had a fight with T. W. McCul- j
lum some weeks ago, in which only !
fists were used, was seriously injured j
and has since died.
Thk Recorder of Atlanta, Georgia, j
has fined five men $500 and costs each ,
for violating the local option law. It'
seems from this that prohibition means |
to prohibit in that city.
A bill to remove the disabilities of '
Gen. W. H. F. Lee has passed both j
houses 01 uongress aim uuw awano :
the signature of the President. It is j
hardly probable that he will exercise
the veto power in this instance.
Rule or ruin, says a leading ex- j
change, is the matter of the three lead-1
ers of the Democracv?Messrs. Car-!
lisle, Randall and Morrison. This I
leads us to remark that all the fools I
are not dead yet.
A leading exchange has been informed
on the best authority that Col.
A. C. Haskell will not be a candidate
for the office of Governor. This is
another good man out of the field, if
the above statement be true.
First came a hand-to-hand fight between
two Western members of Congress,
and now comes a war of words
between two Senators, in which vulgar
personalities are indulged in with
gloves of? The next best thing to do
is for the United States Congress to
We notice from our Northern ex
changes that quite a number of bank
officials have lately taken up their residences
in Canada. Just here it strikes
us as rather remarkable that most of
the defaulters came from the Northern
and Eastern States, which must speak
volumes for the integrity and honesty
of our Southern bank officials.
A late cablegram says: "The Cabinet,
at a recent meeting, has decided
to place their resignations in the hands
of the Queen immediately- The meeting
was held at Gladstone's official residence
in Downing street. The street
was crowded with people. There was
bnt little cheering when the decision
of the ministry became known."
Our esteemed contemporary the
News and Courier, of the 21st iust.,
rriwrat, a fina ^oewintlAn /vf t Vlfi n IAO Qfl T) t
JITCO a uuv UVCVtiJ/ViV" v*
summer resorts of Western ISorth
Carolina. The last spike in the line
connecting Charleston with the Piedmont
section has been driven, so that
the leading daily of our State is now
read by our North Carolina friends on
the day of its publication.
Sev atorButler has been hiirlilvcom!
plimented in his position in the river
and harbor bill and the amendment
which he offered. This amendment
provided for the appi*opriation of
$10,000,000, to be used by the Secre- j
tarv of the Xavv in completing meritorious
works already begun, as a
board of five engineers should direct.
This position meets with the approval
of the most leading Northern dailies.
The News and Herald most heartily
seconds the nomination of Col.
John P. Thomas for State Treasurer.
The article published in another column
is all true, and is but a just
tribute to a very worthy man. Col.
Thomas would make a most pdmirable
official, reflecting credit upon the State,
and discharging- his duties in a manner
to give entire satisfaction. We trust
* ? ?11 ?aaa!(*a 4 krt of 1 Ka
ilij Will 1CUCKC 11IO ItVUJltiUtll/ll ill (lib
hands of the State Convention.
A leading exchange says: "Europe,
jast no*", is in a clond which is banking
itself up along the maritime Alps
between Italy and France. The rejection
of the Franco-Italian treaty cannot
fail to complicate already uncomfortable
relations. It is not a good
omen at such a moment that the first
place in French politics is suddenly
occupied by a military minister who
has skilfully thrown all his colleagues
into the background by methods perhaps
neither admirable in themselves
nor intelligible outside of France, but
sure to captivate the facile but evanesent
enthusiasm of the Parisian populace."
The Philadelphia Recor d says: "The
r?f small-frv (!on<rrossmpn
and the rabider sort of superloyal
newspapers to create a popular protest
against the Presidential pension voices
has fallen very- cold upon the public
ear. In fact, the President's critics
have made themselves ridiculous.
There is no fact better knowri tbrongh
A r* ^ Vvft
OUC me X^urtucxu ctoico man uiai
thousands of pensioners are borne
upon the rolls who have no claim upon
the bounty of the Government. Nothing
that the President has done has \
more commended him to the good will
of the people than his attempt to weed
out the undeserving pensioners from
the deserving in the hundreds ox cases }
brought before him by the action of
A leading exchange, in commenting
upon the make-up of the Ilou.ie of.
Only three seats in the House of!
Commons remaining to be declared, it I
is appropriate to summarize the eiec-:
tion results, because the three unpolled j
districts arc certain to return Home
Rulers. There is an ant:-hoino rule
majority of 113. The Tories number '
317, only 19 short of an actual major- I
itv of the full House. If every Gladstoneite
and Parnellite vote is counted
it will still be necessary, in order to .
obtain a bare majority of one upon !
divisions not of a home rule nature, i
to 'secure 07 out of the 74 Liberal-1
Unionists, and as against the full Tory '
vote opposing them. The Tories alone i
:iave a majority of 125 over the Glad-!
stoneites, of o 1 over the latter and the j
Liberal-Unionists combined and 39 j
over a coalition of Gladstoneites and i
Parnellitcs. The great change is best!
understood by remci, bering that, in |
the recent Parliament the Liberals <
beat the Tories by 82, and, combined ;
with the Parnellites, put the Tories in |_
a minority of 1G3. Calculations may I
be cabled as to the numerical superi- j
ority, in a total vote, of the anti-home j
rule electors. This is entirely falla- j
cious, because it is impossible to know j
the party proportions oi the total rotes ;
in a large majority of districts from
which the members were returned i
unoppo?ed. The 227 Liberals who j
voted for the second reading of the |
Irish Government bill have been re- j
duced to a total of 191; while the 343 j
anti-home rulers, who went to the j
lobbv against the measure, have in- j
- < ? ...
creaseu men* joiiil vouiig sueugui iu ;
392. Ore hundred and thirty-six new I
members have been elected.
A leading exchange, in speaking of j
the new treaty between the United '
Spates and Great Britain, which will j
come cp for consideration in the Senate
at an early day, says:
Thr> Senate ermimittee on foreign !
relations will probably finish its consideration
of the new treaty between
the United States and Great Britain in
time to report it to the Senate before
the close of the week. The document
is very short, and it is said that there
is practically no opposition to any of;
its clauses among the members of the
committee. The committee, therefore,
will recommend its ratification, and I
there is reason to doubt that a good !
iraoy more than two-tbirds of the
Senators will agree with the committee.
Two or three Senators arc uu-;
derstood to be preparing speeches on j
the subject, to be delivered in the i
secret sessions, but the discussion wiil
Krt l/\r><r tnd tlio rv?<itr Trill Tin- '
doubtedly be ratified sometime before
the adjournment of Congress. Ten i
days,after the ratification the treaty :
will go into effect, and from that time
on embezzlers, burglars, persons guilty
of manslaughter, and persons w ho
have endangered the lives of others by j
maliciously destroying property will i
not be able to escape punishment for j
their crimes by simply stepping from j
the territory of one country into that
of the other. The clause relating to
the extradition of malicious destroyers ;
of property whom life is endangered j
will attract the most attention, as it is i
aimed directly at the dynamiters, who
arc alleged to be plotting in the United j
States agaiust the Ehglish Govern- j
ment. Care has been taken in the j
preparation of the document to so j
word the "dynamite" clause that it |
cannot be construed to apply in any
way to offences which are universally
recognized as purely political.
A leading exchange has collected
sonic statistics in regard to the length
of different sessions of Congress since
the formation of our Government. It
The present protracted session of
Congress makes interesting a comparison
of the length of different sessions
since the foundation of the Govern
ment. The length of the first session
of the first Federal Congress was 210
days, the Congress having convened
on March 4, 1789, and adjourned on
ScDtember 29 of the same vear. The
second session of this Congress was
eleven days longer, beinsr from January
4 to August 12," 1790. Both of
these sessions were held in Xew York.
The second session of the oth Congress
was held in Philadelphia, and
lasted 246 . days. Forty-three years
passed before another session so long
as this one was held, although the first
session of the 12th Congress camej
within one day of reaching this number.
Two hundred and sixty-nine
days is the record of the second session
of the 27th Congress, tne session
lasting from December G, 1841, to
August 31, 1842. The firit session of;
the 31st Congress, known in history!
as the Congress of 1850, "was the j
Inno-osf finrl sf.nrmiftsf ^pssiun p.vflv
assembled,'' and the longest, at least,
in the history of the Republic, dating
from December 3, 1849, to September
3ft, 1S50, a period of 302 days. The
second longest session on record was j
the first session of the 32d Congress, ;
the length thereof being days, i
Adjournment was - not effected until!
August 31, 1852. The first session of |
the 29th Congress did not adjourn until
August 10; the same session of the j
| 13th until August 24; of the 33d until
j August 7; of the 34 th until August!
IS; of the 44th until August 15; of
I the 47th until August S. It was this
j last session that saw the political quar-!
| rel between Senator Conkling and the j
President; that saw the 2sew iork j
Senators resign ther seats in Congress,!
and that saw the assassination of Gar-1
field. The average of the first regular j
or long session for fifty years, begin-!
Ming on December 1, 1834, and ending ,
July 7, 1884, is within a fraction of i
230 days. If the present session ad- j
jonrns on August 1, the length thereof i
wiil be 2oG days, or only six over the ,
"The cry is still tbev come*'. The
friends of Gen. \V. L. T. Priuce are
urgent for him to take a place on the
State ticket, especially as LieutenantGovernor.
Gen. Prince is favorably
known throughout the State.
General Bratton Reclines.
As was perhaps noticed in a former
issue, General Brat ton has declined to
become a candidate for Governor, and
informed the people that he would not
accept a nomination if tendered him.
It is a matter of deep regret to his
many friends over the entire State that
! he found it impossiblet for him to be:
come a candidate and enter the race.
Xo better man could be found in the
State for the position, and none whom
Fairfield would delight more to honor.
BnckleiTs Arnica S?alve.
The Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satistacuon, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by McMastcr, Brice & Ketchin.
T1IE COT7STY COS VEXTIOS.
A Full Representation from all the Local
Clubs?Tlie Proceedings in Detail.
The Democratic Count}' Convention
of Fairfield met in the Court House on
Saturday morning la?t, County Chairman
Woodward presiding. Mr. Jno. S.
Reynolds was requested to act as temporary
The roll of the clubs was called, and
every club found to be fully represented.
There were one hundred delegates
The next business in order was the
election of a County Chairman for the
ensuing term of two years. Major
Woodward was nominated, but firmly
declined re-election. Several other
gentlemen were proposed, but all declined--Messrs.
Thos. S. Brice, A. E.
Davis, T. W. Brice, J. E. McDonald,
11. A. Gaillard and G. H. McMaster.
Capt. Gailiard's nomination was renewed
by several delegates, and,
against his renewed declination, he
was unanimously elected uy acclamation.
Major C. E. Thomas moved that a
committee of three be appointed to
conduct the newly-elected County
Chairman to the chair. The motion
prevailed; and Messrs. C. E. Thomas,
Juo. W. Lvles and J. G. Walling were
appointed as the committee.
On bein? conducted to the chair
Capt. Gaillard was introduced byMajor
Woodward in a graceful little
speech, and wus received with hearty
applause. He briefly but warmly returned
his thanks for the honor done
him, and assured the Convention of
his best ellorts to bring about the
success of the party in Fairfield.
Mr. (}. II. McMaster was unani
mousiy rc-eiecica v ice-unairman ior
the next two years, and Mr. Reynolds
was made permanent secretary of the
The following paper, olfered by Mr.
J. E. McDonaid, was unanimously
Whereas, Major Thomas W. Woodward
has for several consecutive terms
served the Democracy of Fartield
county in a most able, faithful and
patriotic manner, therefore be it
liesolved, by this Convention, that
the gratitude and thanks of the Democratic
Dartv of Fairfield countv be and
arc hereby tendered to Major Woodward
for "the efficient services which
he has rendered to us as our leader and
Mr. Reynolds offered amendments to
the constitution, to the following effect:
1. That so much of Article IV. as
authorizes the County Executive Committee
to fill vacancies in its own membership
be stricken out. [This leaves
the filling of these vacancies to the
several clubs themselves.]
2. That Art. IV. be further amended
by adding thereto these words: "Xo
candidate for office shall be a member
of the County Executive Committee,
during tbe campaign in which he is
offering for office."
3. That Art. XII. be amended by
striking therefrom the provision that
amendments to the constitution, after
passage by tbe Convention, must be
namea oy two-tuiras 01 tne local emus.
The two first amendments were
adopted. For the third a substitute
v,-as adopted, changing two-thirds to
Mr. S. JR. Rutland submitted the
report of the committee appointed by
the Convention of 1S84, to examine the
account of Mr. Reynolds, the treasurer
of the party. The report sets
forth that the account is correct, and
that all disbursements are accompanied
with proper vouchers. The report
was unanimously adopted.
Mr. W. S. Hall stated that he was
instructed by the Gladden's Grove
Club to introduce certain resolutions.
He then offered ihe following:
Resolved, That it is the sense of this
Convention that no one should be
elected to an office of honor or trust,
who does not possess a good moral
character, and has shown by the management
of his own private affairs that
he is capable of attending to the affairs
of the people.
Much discussion ensued. Several gentlemen
urged the withdrawal of the resolution.
It seemed to be the general
opinion that while the sentiment of the
resolution was high and approved by
everybody, yet the County Convention
ought not take the action proposed.
A motion to table the resolution was
adopted by a vote of 59 to 12.
Mr. JIall then offered the following:
liesoivea, mat we are .opposed to
any more appropriations for the Citadel
Academy. Everything that is
taught therein is, or m&v be, taught in
the South Carolina College, except
military tactics. In time of war emergencies
develop and bring forward the
right men, irrespective of military
training, as shown in the late war
between the States.
After a brief debate, the resolution
was, on motion of Mr. G. H. McMaster,
laid on the table, by a very decided
Mr. Hall next offered the following:
liesolved, That the provisions of the
law in relation to the assessment of
property are inadequate and have
failed to reach a large per cent, of the
invisible property, such as notes, mortgages
and money. If the taxation of
all property in the State could be secured
it would reduce materially the
rate of taxation.
A motion to table was lost, and the
| resolution was adopted by a decided
majority?so large that it was deemed
i needless to count the "noes".
Mr. W.J.Johnson offered the following:
; Tt.PJtnlKfi.fr. Thnt if ic t'no enntp fhia
Convention that the nominating of all
State and Congressional officers should
be made by the primary system.
liesolvcd, further, That the delegateselect
to the State Convention be, and
they are hereby, instructed to use all
honorable means in their power to
effect a change in the Constitution of
the Democratic party, so as to permit
the nominating of State and Congressional
officers by ihe primary system.
An earnest debate ensued, partici
I pated in by Messrs. Johnson, J. W.
Lyles and J. D. Jlogan for the resolutions,
and Messrs. E. B. Ragsdale and
Reynolds in opposition. The vole was
taken separately upou State and upon
Congressional nominations. With reference
to Congressmen the resolution
was adopted by a vote of 51 to 23, and
to State officers by a vote of o-i to 33.
ine rcsnit was greeiea witn applause.
On motion of Mr. T. W. Lauderdale,
| the Convention then proceeded to the
election of delegates to the different
bodies, with the following results:
Delegates to State Convention?
R. H. Jennings, C. E. Thomas, T. S. J
Brice, Amos E. Davis, Jno. D. Harrison,
S. It. Rutland, John W. Lyles,
| Wm. J. Johnson.
Delegates to Congressional Conveni
tion?T. P. Mitchell, R. A. Meares,
D. G. Ruff, II. M. Zealv, Wm. J.
Johnson, E. B. Ragsdale, Danl. Hall,
Jr., J. G. Walling.
The vote received by the several
gentlemen whose names were before
the Convention, for seats in the State
Convention, was as follows: R. H.
Jennings 6S, C. E. Thomas 59, T. S.
t>..: so * u KQ Tftltn n
UL IUVJ UOj niilU^ JLJ. i/avio fUj uuu.1 x/.
Harrison 5G, S. R. Rutland 55, John
W. Lyles 53, Win. J.Johnson 52, John
I Bratton 51, T. W. Traylor 49, T. P.
! Mitchcll 4G, Jas. II. Rion 45, Jas. B.
j Turner 36, W. T. Yarborough 19.
j Total of votes cast, 100; necessary to
! a choice, 51.
The delegates to the Congressional
Convention were elected, without opposition,
On motion, the Convention then
adjourned sine die.
GEXERAL BRATTOS'S POSITIOS.
The following: letter explains itself:
Farmixgtox, July 21st, 1S86.
Col J. H. 11 ion: Dear Colonel?
Your letter surprises me. I don't see
how my letter on the Farmers' movement
could be understood to be an
announcement of mv readiness to be a
candidate for Governor In opposition
trw thi? mnwmflnt. This? letter was
i dragged out of me by a misstatement of
my remarks. I thought my letter
showed that I regretted the Farmers'
movement, especially as, and because,
I was identified in every way with the
welfare of farmers.
You say you are continually receiving
inquiries whether I ;vill be a canI
didate. So am I; and I agree with
! vou that I ought to inform my friends
of my position.
Without giving my reasons, I say
emphatically, I am not a candidate,
will not be a candidate, aud will not
accept a nomination. I write briefly,
but I think X make myself understood.
With my grateful thanks to my kind
; and flattering friends, I am,
Your obedient servant,
P. S. Do what you please with this
W W IVpf] drnrroisfc. of Winchester.
ImL, writes: "One of my customers, Mrs.
Louisa Pike, Bartonia, Randolph county,
Iml., was a long sufferer with Consumption,
and was given up to die hy her physicians.
She heard of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, and began
buying it of me. In six months' time she
walked to this city, a distance of six miles,
and is now so much improved she has quit
using it She feels she owes her life to it."
Free Trial Bottles at McMaster, Brice &
Ketchin's Drug Store. *
I P. Laniecksr & Bro.
J2T WE HAVE RECEIVED OUR
Stock of new
Spins and Snier
and request an .nspeetion by our custom*
ers and the trade generally, both in and
out of Town.
We have a fine assortment of
ESTCalicos at 5 cents.
S3?"Dress Goods from S cents up.
J3?~Black and Colored Satins.
ST" Velvet Brocades in different colorI
We have INDIA LAWNS AT FIVE
CENTS per yard.
SfFurnisliinj; Goods and
iS^IIats, for men and boys.
i SF~We are assents for the
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST SHIRTS
I now made.
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
TAKES PLEASURE IN INFORMING
THE CITIZENS OF
That he is receiving one of the best assorted
stock of Fancy and Staple Groceries
JUST RECEIVED, a few bushels of
White Peas. Also,
Raisins, Currants, Citron,
Prunes, Evaporated Apples,
Sugars, Coffees, of different grades,
Teas, Chocolate, Broma and Cocoa,
Fresh English Walnuts, Almonds, Pecans,
Spices of all kinds and Extracts,
Imported Sardines in
Quarter and Half Boxes,
Canned Frui's and Vegetables,
Peaches, Pears and Pineapples,
Okra and Tomatoes, Corn and Peas,
Flour from the cheapest to the finest,
Meal. Grits. Laid. Bacon and Svruns.
With good many other goods, all of which
will be sold at the lowest price for cask
only by S. S. WOLFE.
SrriPITAI- PKIZR. S7.VAOO. ?.?
Ticksts only $5. Shares in Proportion.
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
" We do hereby certify that ice supervise
the arrangement* for all the Monthly and
Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana
State Lottery Company, and in person manage
and control the Drawings themselves,
and that the same are conducted with honesty,
fairness and in. good faith toward all
JH*rWG9, U/Ub UJO (L'XCillSI tto I'CG CV
use this certificate, with the facsimile* oj our
signatures attached, iu its advertisement*."
We tlce undersigned Banks and Bankers
will pay all Prizes drawn, in The Louisiana
State Lotteries which may be presented at
J. II. OGLESBY,
Pres. Louisiana National Hank.
J. W. KILBRETII.
Pres. State National Bank.
Pres. Xew Orleans National Bank.
Incorporated in 1SG8 for 25 years by the
Legislature for Educational and Charitable
purposes?with a capital of $1,000,000?to
which a reserve fund of over ?550,000 has
since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote its
franchise was made a part of the present
State Constitution adopted December 2nd,
A. D. 1879.
The only Lottery ecer toted ore and. endorsed
by the people of any State.
It never scales or postpones.
Its Grand Single Number Dm wings take
place Monthly, and the Ej >rdinary
Drawings regularly every tli. months
instead of Seiui-Annually as heretofore,
beginning March, 1886.
ASPLFADII) OPPORTFXITY TO
WIX A FOKTUXK. EIGHTH GKAN I)
DRAWING, CLASS H. IN THE ACADEMY OF
MUSIC. NEW ORLEANS, TUESDAY, AUGUST
10,1886?195th Monthly Drawing.
CAPITAIi PRIZE, $75,0V0.
100,000 Tickets at Five Dollars Each.
Fractions, in Fifths, in Proportion.
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE $75,000
1 do do 25,000
1 do do lo.ooo
2 PRIZES OF $0000 12,000
5 do 2000 10.000
10 do 1000 10,000
20 do 500 10,000
100 do 200 20,000
300 do 100 30.000
500 do 50 25,000
1000 do 25 25,000
9 ' "proximation Prizes oi $750 c,75o
9 " do do 500 4.500
9 do do 250 2,250
1967 Prizes, amounting to $265,500
Application tor rates to clubs should be made
only to the office or the Company In New
For rurtlier Information write clearly, glvfn?
lull address. POSTAL NOTES, Express
Money Oraers. or New York Exchange in ordinary
letter. Currency by Express (at oar expense)
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.,
or M. A. DAUPHIN.
Washington, D. C.
Make P. 0. Money Orders payable
and address Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
Ne it Orleans, La.
Butterfly if Fashion.
SPRING ANNO UXCEMENT
Of my large assortment o( Spring and
Summer Stock of Clothing for men,
youths and boys. This is the best assorted
stock of Clothing you will find anywhere
in the State. Having purchased from the
leading and most reliable manufactures of
the countiy, enables me to show the most
complete assortment in styles, designs in
patterns and first class in workmanship
that has ever been shown bofore. These
garments are placed on the counters and
ready for your critical inspection. The
variety of these garments are so jjreat that
I will only attempt to give you an idea of
a few leading articles. The One-Button
Cutaway will be the leader in cutaway
frock suits. They are made from imported
Corkscrew, Whipcord, Cheviot and Broadwail
in all the prevailing shades; while
the backs are cut square, ana rouna corners
are made of the same goods as the
above Cutaways, including fancy patterns
in Worsted and Cassimeres.
My Hat stock is filled with choice novelties
"in the light weight. Stiff Hats in
Pearl, Granite, Mixtures, Brown and
Black. See my Pearl Cassimere Beavers at
$3.50, made in the latest spring shapes.
Gents' Furnishing Go?ds and Shoe Department
are complete with all the novelties
of the season. When in the city call
and look through this eminent stock. It
will be a pleasure to show you through,
whether you purchase or not."
" M. L. RETARD,
COLUMBIA. S. C.
if BILL FOik
TIIE GRAND JURY OF FAIRFIELD
County, State of isxtth Carolina, for the
year 1X86, in examining public buildings
Hu? WW 1TOTTSTC Kwentlv
GKOESCHEL & CO.,
next doore to Dr. W. E. Aiken's Drug
Store, as a
KESTAlR i XT, BAR
found that it is neatly and properly kept,
ana tnat me proprietors uo au in meir
power to please their customers by serving
them with the best
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS
and give the LARGEST MEAL and the
BIGGEST DRINK for less money than
any Ilouse in the County. Therefore, we
recommend the public to patronize them.
DAVY JONES, Foreman.
THE CELEBRATED STALLION
WILL BE FOUND AT THE FOLLOWing
places on the following dates:
Gladden's Grove, June 2$, 29, 30, and
Winnsborc, July 2 and 3.
Will be found at Gladden's Grove on
Mondays, Tuesdays, \\ eanesuays ana
Thursdays of each "week for the next six
weeks. "The remaining two days of each
week for same time at VVinnsboro.
Fcr terms apply to
June24fxtf HALL & ELLIOTT.
1876. ' 1*86.
- - ' :
CIGARS, ETC., ETC.!'
Genuine Imported Cognac Brandy. <
Genuine Imported Holland Gin.
Genuine Imported Port Wine.
Genuine Imported Sherry Wine.
| Fine Old Kentucky Belle, Bourbon.
I Choice Old Cabinet Rye Whiskey.
j The Celebrated "Davy Jones", Bour-,
f Choice Old N. C. Apple Brandy.
[ Old Sweet Mash Corn Whiskey.
[ Pure New England Rum.
i Pure Blackberrv Brandv.
I Plantation Ityc and Corn Whiskey. !
| Lager Beer.
Mott'e Pure Apple Cider.
Sjassaparilla, Etc. |
I CASE GOODS, BOTTLED.
r Pare Imported Cognac Brand)'.
Pure Imported Champagnes.
j Pure Imported Port Wines.
;! Pure Imported Sherry Wine.
'j Pure Imported Holland Gin.
Pure Imported Ginger Ale.
; Pure Imported (Stout) Porter.
Pure Imported "Bass" Ale.
Pure Imported Angustora Bitters.
Pest Bohemian Export Beer.
Old "Kentucky Belle" Bourbon.
Choice Old Cabinet live Whiskey.
Choice Tulu Balsam.
Tulu Rock and Rye.
Stuart's Giii and Buchu.
j; OKI Reindeer Claret Wiue.
S. R. & J. C. Moti's Pure Apple
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey.
Quaker City Malt Whiskey.
Thanking the people of Fairfield for
tficir past patronage, I am now readyto
offer for casii a well-seleeted stock
of <roods in inv line, and will be
pleased to have their further patron igt.
F. W. HABEMC HT.
|f. w. habenicht
I ICE! ICE! ICE!
: Mv Ice House has just been filled i
j with pure clear Lake Ice, which I will
j ?;11 as low as possible.
F. W. HABEXfCHT, |
| JulylTtxOm PROPRIETOR.!
I WE HAVE A FEW GOOD
! MILCH COWS,
| WHICH WE WILL SELL
| OR EXCHANGE FOR
! BEEF CATTLE.
; PERSONS WISHING TO
BUY OR EXCHANGE j
WILL CALL EARLY AT |
i nTTT? QT A TIT F TXT WTNNS- !
I v/ ^ J.V ^ J. A li.1 ?? ^
j BORO, S. C.
1 A. WILLIFORD & SOX.
Bill MSlffi II?" iiii ' 1
FOR CASH AND CASH ONLY.
We will offer, from this date JULY 20, to AUGUST 20,
Dur entire STOCK OF GOODS, positively %
A rBT' ?t~J
Remember that we charge goods on our books at regular ^
prices only. This is no advertising dodge. If you re- ?
quest it, we will give you our cost mark with pleasure. A
" "RUING YOU 11 CASH ALONG
And be convinced that we always mean what we advcrtise.
Q, D. WILLIFORD &CO.
FROM THIS DATE WE OFFER TIIE REMAINDER OF OUR SUMMER
Goods at decided bargains in order to make room for an extensive trade for the fall
at this place.
The profits of the past six months has been satisraetorv finods well bought le I!
SPEC I A L,
.100 Yards Cheese Cloth, all colors, ~>c. per yard. J
700 Yards Lace Dross Goods, this week only, lOe. per yard. m
400 Cape May Hats, good quality, 10c. each.
An odd lotot' Men's Hats, your choice for 50c. " 1
.'500 Boxes Baper Collars, 5c. a box. *
188 Tips for ladies' hats, at 8c. each.
1 Lot Gloves at 15c., worth 25c. and 30c.
A big lot of Men's Brogan Shoes at $1.00 a pair, worth ?1.40 to ?1.00.
EwCIX S opuui VUlbUU, a uv/.<;u.
Kest quality Lamp Chimneys, .je. Jt
We are determined to dispose of tlie stock on hand, and an early visit to our store 1
will pay you. When in Columbia, don't fail t*> visit our mammoth establishment 1
J. L. 3II3IXAUGH & CO.,
' "V 4
FOR CASH. "
r " i -r-*-v-rmr r-? t-> orr/\r\JT _ i~ /^"v. 1! j f
1 will sell my jliniikjl oi umcucs ouuj-uuici
Dress Goods for a few days at COST.
COME AND BRING THE CASH i
And I will prove to you that I am offering some extraordinary
bargains, not only in one or two things, but my stock
1). A. HENDRIX.
Next door to the Bank.
REGISTERED DOTS J
TO THE PUBLIC i
(jgT Attention is called io my IMMENSE STOCK o
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES AND
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
ESTMy Store is being filled eve?y clay with THE BEST A
OF GOODS, which will be sold at REGULAR PRICES. m]
They are considered the CHEAPEST in Town. An
early'^inspection is solicited.
I / \ T T T C C i r : T 1? I C -A\
NOW EASILY LEA 3^ ALL OTHERS.
Improved Fronts, i n Mi. There arc lowPatent
Facings jm jflk cr~')l''cc(i ljut ?
(front and back), m I i !*j tt % "j& they arc not cheaper.
Now three year?fj| jMpl | |*j Ij | There arc highcrupon
the market. | i*j !JJ ^ | <|j Pricctl *Wrts? but
Itstandsat the head. K *JI t'icy are not ocucr.
They suit ihe taste |] /) 0 fl The Gold and Silof
the mot nervous ^ ver .Shirts are i!:c
and fastidious, be- cheapest and the ^
cau*e of their stipe- j CfJL. ^C* J I>es?; the best he
i aQusv* j
1>ior qrality, perfect C:"'" ti,Cy ^ ma"C'
fit, and elegant fin- ?J uL\4lla^>^ <ryin tjlc cj10>ce?t.
obtainable material on the most improved patterns by experienced operators; A
the best because they possess all the desirable feati:res of other brands, combined
with many valuable improvements controlled >olely by the manufacturers;
and the cheapest because tliev arc offered at priccs below those' asked
for inferior goods. Can this be proved? It cm. The goods and prices
prove it. Sold by
J. 31 15EAJLY & I5RO.
NELSON'S HOTEL,! w *&?%$??
' i kinds. The stock may be delivered to us
COLUMBIA, S. . ! at: the Bulow place, near Kidgeway, or we
i will take charge of tliem at any place in\"p
vt? To rttstvfss PAPT ov *hiau*d. Milch Cows Kept cohstantly on ^
13? >EAK TO Is I S1.N Ju, IAli.1 )I , hand, and will be sold, or exchanged for
CITY. 1 ^eef cattle. T. W. BOYLE BKO.,
, Julvs*x?m Ridgeway, S. C
1ST Hot and Cold Baths free to guests.
HOTEL FOR KENT.
The only First-Class Hotel in
i q^IIE W1XXSBORO HOTEL is offered
Columbia runat$l.oO per Day JL for rent.. It has a <rood run of cus"\r..
\ Z." /'aa,!!..^ ?l. _
lum. -jit. . i. vjwuihjj Kimuv ajjrees 10 o*
W? If \ELSO\. Kive possession when desired," ami will
j sell the furniture on easy terms.
Owxeb astd Pkoprieto | JulyStf G. II McMASTER.