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WINNSBORO, S. 0.
NATURfDAr, OCrODER : 6, 1878.
it. MICANS 11A 1-IS, EITOR.
JNo. . tE,YNO1,D8, Ass0ouATF EnITon.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
For Governor :
For Lieutenant Governor:
W. D. SIMPSON.
Vor ecretary of State:
R. M. SIMS.
For Comptroller General:
For Attorney General:
LEROY F. YOUMANS.
ler State Treasurer
S. L. LE APHART.
.Por Supeorntendent of .Education ;
HUGH S. THOMPSON.
For Adjutant & Inspector General:
E. W. MOISE.
For Congress--Fourth -Distriet
JOHN H-. EVINS.
D1>IocA TIC COUNTY TICK17'.
11. A. GAILLAllD,
THOS. S. BlICE,
It. C. CLOWNEY.
For Judge of Probate:
J. it. BOYLES.
For School Commissioner:
FATER ItY410Wh wlo (ied of yellow
fever at, Chatianooga was not, the poet,
Father Rya)i, who wrote "The Con
quered1 B er.
Ti RPUBLICANs have carried the
pocket borough of Colorado and are
immensely elated over the first success
of the year. Colorado has always
ELFC7loNs WILL, nE held oil the 8th
instantt, in Ohio, hidiana and Iowa.
IIn indina anid owit the Legislatures
elected will cach choose a United
States Senator, the one to succeed
Voorhees, Dmilocrat, and the other to
succeed Allison, Republicai. In
Iowa, which is Republican by,forty
thousand majorityv, the D)emocrats and
the Greenbackers have joined teams.
GOVFnNon RIEn, of Massachusetts,
refuses to receive Governor Illamiptoni's
merited reb)uke in the Kuipton mat
ter. lHe endeafvors to standl on his
dignity, biut that is a very slender foot
prop)osed for renoinzation, wh'lileci
attorntey-general, Traini, was dlisgracc
fully beaten. TIhe D)emocratic coni
vention endorsed the course of Gov
ernor Hampton, and demanded( in
-' ~ their platform "that Massachiuset ts
shall observe her obligations to other
States, so that our commi~onwealth
shall not be made a safe asylumi for
refugees from public ,jnstice." .All
this is rather rough on Rice.
THE SAT? INrET.IGENcE. reaches us
that Jndge A. .J. Shaw died at his
residence in Sumter on Wednesday
after an illness of two months. Judge
Shaw was one of the ablest and most
beloved members of the State judicia
ry. Elected through a split in the
Radlcal party, hie wore the ermine as
becanme one of Sonth CaFolina's purest
Il~ sons.- Whzen Moses was elected to
succeed him, Judge Shaw refused to
yield up thte office, on the ground that
his terma bmd not expired. A fterwards
when the Supreme Court decided that
election vriva vo was unconstit ut ion
al, Judge Shawv was re-elected unani
* ~mouisly, lie held the last termi of
* court at this place, and having lpre
viously visited thme county as solicitor
of the circuit, he had many wvarm
friends in Fairfld who will deep)ly
A mxourn lds untiinely death.
rrj ~ Charleston, who has heretofore beeni
n P Madame Roland said, when being con
as do tarmy (gendarmes)of ohbry
rios, "Oh, Liberty, what tyrannies are com
mitted in thy name." Hewolsa
* n fow: "Oh, Republicans, whIeni It
be Z comes down to the Investigating comn
prlo~ mittees, what in the namre of God Is to
Publ~'~ become of us." This bon mnot was
a.grooted with great, app)lauso. The
au Colonel then wentyn to state his views
that, While he was an honlest Republi
cau, he didn't propose in the future to
allow ai half'-dozei second-hand earpet.
baggers aid third-rate white m11ei to
take a nigger froin the corn field, with
the mud oi his tieels, and send him to
(oltuinbia an1Jud represelit. hii with all
his ability and intelligence. San
hasn't iny) in hiluence, but his conceit is
inunense, and he thiiks Ie is a great,
acquisitioln. Let him Coie. We nleed
Hampton in Charleston.
The Neirs and Courier of Thursday
is filled with the report of the monster
ieetiig hield oil Wednesda by the
unterrilied Denocracy of the City by
file Sea. Hlampton, Simpson, ltWler,
I lgood, Moise and O'Connor mde
telling speeches that set the people all
aglow. IllImpton, of course, was the
central figure. Charleston lore thaii
ally other portion of the State groaned
under Radical thraldoi, and to her
II1amptoni is at deliverer. The gover
nor's speech w%,as of a t enor siiilar to
most of his efforts. lie, however,
1made an allusion to National politics,
I would throw out o1e other sug
gestion while oi the subject of lntional
loliics. I have been' looking"' and
eainestly striving to see South ( Oaro
lina 1ake lie place which she used to
hold inl the couilcils of "thle Vkep)ul1iC,"
I don'i like to say "Nat ion." I wait
to see her take that, place iinusin-the
platce which by hereditary right is
hers; I want to see her give her wise
advice io her si* -rs of the Soith, nid,
in my judgm-ent, if she wants to sho ,
that :;he is strutolingo. flo principle,
anlld not. for plice-i I we of t Iet, South
want to show nlild prove tha, L should
say to our delegates to tlie next. Na
tioial ionvetition to prochtim to their
brethren o lthe Nort i and West that
we are th(lie Solid Soth we are
sOlid; we staid togethier. and we wmt
Ito show volit ilit we a're not lightinlg
Ior phice or positioln, buth. tVl he site
ee of th le great Dvilloerntrie pivi y;
anlld to show tHall. we are sincere, we
ask vou to take onlle 111M ftromkl tle
North and one rom tlie Northwest,
and 11 alliog we have the ight to ak
lor -I plac (Iht hat 1icket. oii accItli
ot,oir eleoral Sirvigth, vet we preler
to show that we are Iihbing tor pmWNy,
not Ior phice. Let our people of tlie
Soth c0111 out 1indi do 1 lat(. LetC themi
show that we are not ae wiateld witlh a
desire Vor spoils or pitnder, ail, Imiy
wordl for ii, we shall have the wh0l'e
North and Northwest. aiding with
rldoub)led ernestness ili the great
As Governor IIampton is one of
those most prominently mentioned in
connection wNith the secolid plice oh
the ticket, his remrks lire a sort of
indirectl declilntion of that hion1or.
Atihough no one more tha ourselves
wotil rejOice to see himi tillitng thc
sCcolid office in tie gift of t he people.
still we,must conlcur ill the propriety
of 011c0 more yie'ldinhg to I hei. North and11(
Northlwest the nminat ions, It. is
enoutgh ihr thle South as y-et to wield a
conitrolling'. itnllueiice in niationmal poli
tics ini at (luiet wayv. A refusal to
claimi oflee would lbe a not her miark of
moderalLtioni t hat would compille'teoly
taike the windo ouit of the saiils ot thle
Radical hiowlers at thle NorthI. This,
howvever, is ani eplisode0.
L'The addl(resses del'ivered0( ini Charles
toll by the oth1er speaikers were able1
etlorts. Gotvenior SiIipsoni, especial
ly, suirpaissedu himlself'. At the same11
time the enihluisiasmi evoked among thle
1peopl1 gives good1 grounid lor' the
belief that C2harlesin will suicceedi in
electinig ai straiighit D)emocratic Legisla
tive t ickt, ailthoutghi thle odds are so
great . andt dlespit e thle lict that the
dreadl ot coun lt ry fe'veri prevents anly
camaitlgni in thle coutr y or Over On
the I uiuans until afuter tfrost id Is. Thliis
is thle miost serioius obIstacle in the0 wl,y
of D emiocrat.ic success ill tht 1Radical
soU-rr c'anoLrxA xxj ws.
(Cha rleston1 ha:s conltribu)td up ilwards01
of thiirteeni thioiiuand six hiundrved dol)
hars for thle yellowy lever sutlieers.
Mr. J. 11. Fishier, thle receiver (of thle
South Caroliina liailroad, ha~s takeii
formanl poissessioti ot'thle cerneei.
A Mr. Motntory, whlo lived( four
umi los ablove Lainclaster'i vilIlage, conunIllit
tedl suiidhe oni hist. F.u(iday morin g by
A proinient cit izeni of' Kershiaw, and
ai manil of good thresight, pr'edicts Ithat
the D emtocraits will caurry- the counlty
by seven hundred matijority.
.11 The oIgta ge deblt oft lie South Caro
Iinha ,itilroa , aiccordinag to d1udge
Rohnds (elcsioni rendelredl lit HallIimiore,
is 86i,00,000o, and( its floatinlg indebJlte,d
ness nearly $1,200,000.
The11 Met hodijst, conrgtigoni ini Cam
deni ha~s re-adopted thle old1 "elaiss mieet
mlg," which wais in vogue many years
ago ; anid hiereaftet r the classes will hold(
ireguitr mieetinigs lat applouinted timies.
There is ai palrrot iln Charleston whlose
enthi;a'm tfor I Jmion 1 and( straight
out D)emocracy is made41 known by in
e('ssai chiecringI", andi( passers-by never
fail to hiear imn say, ''Poioly Is a
stra'iightoutI Democrat ! " "IHurr'ah for
Ex-Solicitor C. W. Rluttz has
returned to Charleston, anid wanIts
to represent that district in Congress.
From a t the Ind(litions it appears
that there will beh a trianguhlar Rlepubli
an light between Taft, Mackey and
Sonator J. L. Duncan, - coloired, and
E.- A. WMbatot mifugpstatra
Oralgchurg, have been arrested oi
charges of luiberv to procure oillie
Webster depositeil svven hundredl dol
lars with t Clerk ol,'the coi.-t. as coI
lateral for bail, an<l Dunca lias goi
Judre A.. Shaw, aller til illnesso
two inlonlis, dlie<d at "'tinller. on Wetd
iestiay alternoon. nis (leati wvas c
roleouslyN reporte<d oil tihe streels abon
lml'-1ast ten o'clock ill ilthe Ilornling
an<(, theiNawers' oivies anld the olliv(.
ol' (le conitv ollificials il tle courli
)lot[.;e Were it Once Closed ill his honlor
''hv Soulit carolitt ma-iiroad hiss
whicli Inve been inlixed NwitII lli.e ctil
relcy o' (Ilis Stat l'or ol ears pai41, an<
which have hvieetol'ore been receive<l ::
par. with greealibicks alld natioial bail
tesiI, are no loger rcei vaIle I
1110110%. even it Ihe (icktA or t'reiglt. olli
ce(s o' thlt roa<Z.
'ilie Ili-gev cotlon Inills, lonI ed it
(his ate, nearl. Graniteville, lave rev
eittly received all onder l l'roil Alstra
li i>, gooids malitlneu red by tha
laitory, and1 have nu)ill( i Ship1IC'
accor'dliwglv. It is rat hera si.-Iilicali
aceet that 0le ol' lie coloties ot I rell
i Itiin, a cou ry whi- 1. , is alway
prided i..ell,' o' its Ina.x-flac uine
should be looking ill this directiol
for etion roOds.I
Mr. Jaies M. Staggers, Sr., an oil
gelillvinl o' aboul. seveiit v-vive vear
ol'age, nal f ile presei, int:4i 1itt. 6i' th
tow) ol hingst rve, dolled It I' d shirl
last week, nioiinte< a charger, alld t< I
ltlk alloll I he bravest antinlost activu
Ile lookedX like It bov ot'twelit-olte
Williaishiirg inyav w(l be proIld 4
snch a loblo "iliziel. an11tl youilgerl, nie
mIvay well follow himn as ani (Ixtnitlpe.
CoL. AsbiryN ('oward deelines lh
loiilato bol es wve l on liiin 1w ih
I lliocrati' Coniiv ConveltiO'*1 (
'Vork. I Iis rea,onls'ar. th'at he eninel
-.WVCe t I le Leg4 islainr NN,e wi I Iout a Seri
Otis Sacrilice ol' his lrivate inlterest.
til([ that, Ie was willing, in the tirs
instance, to lve his naim11il u(onilly I
preserve thle imenalonv ot' tlie(- parts
'hil'l inliionV now seems to be pe
It'e.-Allotier Conventioi has 1>eel
called, to till ilie vacanev.
Col. S111I Dickersio, the ceIlebratel
colorel lawyer in charlson, was si
captivated with ( Meniral Mois's spece
at th gral<l I)enloiratie doniostral
li on Wv(ldn<ay, fInl.It 1:w has aball
dlled fihe Rhalic.al)parl v anld joinledillh
invincible red-shirt UDelloentiev. It i
mnitionled as -,n ilnei<lf. of,''the <da,
Iihnt. Owhie rummle 'r of th le (iernmn Arlii
beiy being taken ill very sulddlly, Col
D)i;Alsonl, whlo is anlol (1<1-<timinler
-[nll wIo serve<l throuigh Ilie wa inl
Coni'ierate IrIm, nt once volnilievnr4
to take his placea, a<l nnelile< (lown1 a
the head of*'Ie Artillery, keepilng tilu
for the mien.
REV. J. P. LUDLOW, WRITES
178 Ali'TIC STiREE'. BRO(0OKLYN, N. Y.,
. , - : N ov eta r .1. 1 7.2.
It S Ae a '.:1as f'romig:u p tl--m I rmOdIv'a I
lIhos - wl W.I - en:-es .. 4.l ii almot41'le Infa
I tli. I 2i nC Ii i h1:r iy 00 C)ili) riI li reenCIia
I . c nedII 0. Io Cnre,
eA"' a-. Li')OW,
Late Pastor or Cavalry 11:(-1 Ist Chureih,
SIHE RESTS WLLL.
SO'Til P'OLAND), 31 U., October, 11, 1870.
Mi.n 1I. It. 5Ts.'rxs:
Dea44r SIr- I-- 11 e been si,Ik I.o year-s wlIt.
th li 1ver entlhpa Ill, ailidi (1uring t hal I ime hav
lakeli a1 great1 maniy diltTerenti, medSIies, h)1
ati n4IItis. a(id had nuo ap1petite. since tain~i
ihe VEt ETriN I rest,ll am]I 4 relIsh myl V o1(
(,i1i recomiuilend1 ihe v KU ETlI N la for wliat It lom
(<lne for mhe. Y'Olirs re.'.l)Ctfunlly,
. M ItS. AI,iIEItT IIICKElI.
M it.ness of I lie ablove,
GOOD FOR THE CHILDREN.
JIOSTON 1[0OM E, 1.1 Tyler Street
Mn1.. II. isxs: I0'o,Arl S
Dellrii sir-we'. reel I hat thle children Iln Oi
home hiave beeni Preatly bl)Ilted: by thie Vege
11in( you( hiave .so k ImnHy given ius ti-oll llime I
ime, esptchtily 1'I hose troubhled wit h the Scrot
11hr. With respIect,
M1ItS. N. WOlRM ELL., Matron.
VEG ET INE.
REV. 0. T. WALKER SAYS:
PltOvI DENClE, It. I., l1 Transit Street..
1I. it. STKKNSa, Esq:
1 reel botmd)4 1.0 express wil hi my Mli n'tIre i
hie.;h vai lue I pilace' upon1 your V E1 l'I N E. 3'
familyW have ulsed it for the 1last two yeairs. I
ner'vouIs debli y21 itI is ialuaible, a1114 I recomii
men'ld I1. to all1 who tmay nieed an livlgoratin1
llorerl Patorof owdoln-squlare Churleh,
NOT HING EQUAL TO IT.
SOUI'TH SA LEM, M ASS., Nov., 14, 18T6.
Mt. 11. I. STI*vHss:
Deanr SIr-I 1 ve been i.rOulIedI with Scrofluir
(4anker and( LIver' Ctomiplaint, for thiree yeanil
Nothlung ever dlil mel any codi until T comr
muencedl us- * the V'E(tETI E . I taml now gt
lAing aiotg 11irst-rt0,4)and stii ill ing 1.he1 VegI
I Ine. I conisider there is nlo thing equalil to Ii. ft
suchco Cll)ilit. Can1 Iheartily r'ecommtend I
toeCverybO<3y. Yours trl y
Mit s. L IMIl I'. PA CK A D,
No. 16, [Lugraingo St.reet,, Sout,h Salem,'Masi
RIECOMMEND) IT .HEARTILY.
En. SEVEN : 8UTIiil OSTON.
D)ear Sir--i hiave taken several bottles of y'ou
VEETt1IINEI, 41m41i11m coviniced It Isaa vahlabi
remied:y for Dyvepepsia, Kidnfey ComplaInt., ani
(General Deblit.y Of the system. I cani heiClI
recominuendo It, to all sniferers from tho abov
MItE. MUNIROE PARtKER.
. Prepared by
H. R. STEVENS, Boston, Mast
Vegetie I Sold by all Druiggists
Columbia Business Cards.
~e,ADxQU.\RTERN for cheapest Gro
c-ceries att irdware in Columbia
to be foud lat tIe oil reliable house of
- - ~ LJ) LCX & .hOWR'IANCE.
X- 'IS, Portraits, Pholographs, Store
- L oscopes, &c. All old pictures
- cop-ied. Art idllery luilding, 12-1.1 Main
t. 8truet., Colulibial, S. C Visitors arv
, cordially invited to call and examine.
(1 iALtLIS ELIAS,formerly of Camilen,
lihas Ioved to Col 11111bia, an I openled
a large stock, of Dry Goods and Notions,
Boots, Shoes, T-11nks ankid Valises. Saltis
L ~) iCKhlN' GAfiLERiY--Opposito
. (te Whceler I Ionme. Portirai Is,
lPhotograplli, Aml-rotypes and Ferrotypes
tliithod in the latest stylo of the art.
Ohd plutures copied and vIlarged to any
size. I. A. RIECKIMNG, Proprietor.
f)T.CKS & DAVIS, iIII porter, aid
. .17 diaLer inl WadOas, (ilocksJewely,
SSilve.r a 11d Pla1-d Warv, Ilouse Ft )nish
ing Good,, \c. N. It. -Watches anlid ji''
elry. eipairel. Collutbia, S. C. oct 27-y
Wr NTED !
iP EOPLE to know that we have i good
Painter and a good Trimmer, and that
we are thoroughly prepared to do good
t, is -well seasoned, being from two to threc
will attend to the Horse Shooing depart
We sell tifamous ''redegar Iforse a14
Mule Shoes, Southern manufacture
Also, the Bronzed Horse Shoo Nail, bes
in tho market.
- All work as represented, or no charge
Prices as low as any responsible firn
I in the county.
DEASPORTES & MONTS,
itept 5- Wheelrights and Fatrricrs.
W. G. ROCIIE
JIIAS reamovedi to te stora' next to t
plost-oilico, whereo ho wvill be glaid to) ro
ceive his f'riends and1( customers.
A full line of Samnplex will 1b0 kept. oi
hand, fromn whwhei customeatrs maay mnak
selections, lie now has the line-st line 0
1 Fr'enchi and English goods over brough
to this umarket,
Hie is also prepared to cut or to muai
L. up goods for thoso who desire.
Garments of all tkinds repaired ami
p11 (letaing a speciatty.
Thankful to thao public for past patron
ago, hao solicits a continuance of th
HamOui, aind guaran tees satisfaction.
sept 18 W. GI. RLOCHE.
In the Prica of
C OATS' AND CLARKi'S TH-REAE
fr' Five Cents a Spool. -tig
Dry Goods, Clothting. Bloots and 8lhoe
very low tor Cuash, in order to make roos
for Fall Stock.
Suigenheimer & Gr'oeschecl,
EXAMINATION 01F TE~ACHEaMu
- OTIE ishorob)y given that the ox
amnaio of pplicant to4 teach ii
tho Free Schools of F'airt'iold count
ll -ommen(nco onSaturday. theld
(lay of Ootohor next., andic bo concluded oa
thae miucceed ing daturdiay, (lOor 20
All personas desiring (aortificautos arm noti
fled to apear inu person before theo Boar,
of Examniners at the timeus inldientod. Thl
oaminationi will b)0 conductied, in wri
ting, at. the Moaut Y,ion Inslitituto r01ooaa
alnd w ill bogin precisely at 10 o'ock, a
r WILTLARl(lICITA RDSON,
R. MEANS AVS
IIT.. l)A ElSO,
Examiners for F?aiirfloldl COunlty.
JUS RECEIVED. -
1 Tfierco best oanvassed HlamA.
1 TJierce best LJard,.
1 'Tierce Newv Rico,
Ground Rlio (Jofroo,
'Gunpowder and Youlitg h:ysion Tea.
A variety of Crackers an(l Tea Cakes
*at lowoAt prices,
PTA NO Ile"u ul s 0ce RG A N
$1110 otliy .25 Superb M'r nti Slquar r I'a los,
pice $1,1 0) 11onl $2,5. tIp'gn i -I priPlI. PIla os,
Vrie $0111 only$155. New si Oyl uprfiht. I'lano's
'112.541. Orgalins $35. O *rgansis Stops $72.50.
Cl Itrell Orgians 11 sto " Price $m0 onily $115.
IegaI t. ait llrror l'oll O1galls, Only 105.
1111yers, c( le anuusv .se lio t, lio no if I an not
its represent(A. I. It. r e ali boLI ways lail
Ia no or organ givel rren. l,argo illtst rateft
Newspal)(4r witit inteiii iniorIation aiout. cost
or iiaaos an111 Organs son.t, frt-". Please ad
Idress D)A N IIi Li . IIEATTY, Wastilngtol, N. J.
o[ CilON1O CA It I)s, (pretbealut es) with
A. 111111P, 1) vell-s. Otlitl cents. TUIt
N Ei CAM D COMPANY, Ashland, Mass.
1)11. C. E. 81loEMAKEit'S Hook oil 1eafness
it ill seases of I he i anli i ll Itl pIlrmoper treat
1n1, -especially tlitnfing Ear. flow to gel,
11min01lat V elIef froIn all 1111ipleasan.lness of
tis (Ilseatse, Anl t a)erfectly htarnih-ss aild per
aaaVint (111. A book every famuly shoulI
.Stf, frVee to 1111. Address DRt. c. E.
I10E.MAK l"It, Attral Sargeon, Itentlng, PIa.
FOR A CASE OF CATARRH
TiMat SANFOIVDS IADICAL CI1K'
for catarrhi will tiot, histantly relievo
$ at ,lspeeliliy eutre. Iteferenues IIllry
Wel,' lat., Wills, 'Fargo & Co., Au
rora, N. Y.; Win. lIlowell, St' Louls.
Tvmstn1oln Is 11nd< t.reatist. by 11na11.
Pr ic wil I Inprovet I Iiatler$,$. Sol(
$ 0 e'vr where. W & P-TTEi
Propriel.orS, IWA0on, MRS3.
NEW nie DLOODI
PA HSON'S tIiM ATI VE PIl.S iake new rich
all(Iod, an( will comnpletely change Lht, Lb (lood in
i he ('1t Ire syst ent ii threv Mont hs. Alny per
son who wIll lake one( p)Ill vach Ight, fromn
one 0 twelv weks iay)e res(ored( o solinl
lvalth, if sitch it tling 1he lossiblo. Sen'lI. by
mnall for elgtI I' it er statips. 1. 8. ,1011NSON
Sco., Bangor, Alailue.
For Newspaper Advertising.
Wep 1tlish a book of 112 pages SVo. (no ad
yPr(Ist ng) ghlig speIal offers for ativert ising
llt over tlilt volln' Th,11 Ilast lt ion sent,
11(st-1:11to 1tv ruhetreceitof 25ceentsiby DAV'(l6Y
& CO1., Printeis' Warehotts and' AviertMeiilt
Agency, 101 Fulton Street, New York.
Now Ready 1 The Grand Achieve
TALY AND OTHERS
t STANLEYIONLY $2.75,
By 11WN. ... IIHA DIY, ilthe prinve of (1(!
s i I ivom al hors. A I tlilst iory of his explora
tilos il Alrit and marvellous jouneiy dowi
ih' (' lic gio. A liew exte ting bxoik. 1i 111ling
wit l btvnt ne l llh*lling) xcenles or
tlaagor. Is proltislv 11111.14Tatedl. Thm. pubilu
e geriv aw:,1' it. It Is selling wonc Irtully.
GAV'TfIOX. Rewart, ofinistAtivninls ot il'_
I rti t I mrttes, bu S111lor promf of ge' 11tnuIn
iis anI full d!111(hscriptlon of lils vork. also
Il IrS.HA'U.R D nIM04., 7nn 2 S;I)(I
sIt 1laLllpila. AMENTS" ANTE,
-HO ! FOR
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f' HIE first ICouse in town to redluco
Wikyto torn cents ia drink, floor
to five co nta at glass and Billialrds fifteen
cents per gamlIe. ftain a uago adwell
selected lotof) Pulre Lignors on hnd of'
wthiich the following are a few of tho
ilnre o1-l Ktenitueo y Bourb)on. Cabinet,
I Motainlf Corn, at specIiialty, Coguiac,
t. Calif'or'nia, P'each and( A.pple Br'andies.
ChIangimgno, hherr'y and( Port Wies,
Cincinns.ti Langer lIeer always kept on
i(e, aind al1sorts of' fanicy and1( cool drinksu
p)roparecd ini the mOst tasty lilInnelr at
IAM RECEIVING daily fresh
Sugars, Coffees Green and Roast
Od,~ Ton, Flour', Grist, Meal,
Sy'ups, Molasses, Soda,
Soap, Star'ch, Bagging
and Ties, Bacon,
.Lar'd-in B3bls., Cans and Buckets
Seed Oats, Ryo und Barley, Nails,
raco Chains, Horse and Mulo
Shoes, Axle Grcese, 'White Wine and
IFresh Cheeso and Maccaroni
New Buckw'heat Flour.
.Choice now crop New Orleans
Now Mackerel in kits, j and j
" All goods delivered within
D R. FLENNIKEN
lif9 I yo wntto MAKE
TO M1AKE. MONEY
Pleasantly and fast, agents shouldl ad,
dross FILEY, HIARtVEY CO., Atelanta)