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1 1ni FICU OTIF NEwS AND IIEn.\L.D.
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tisements. Simple anitounceieiiits o
marriages (and (itthis publishod free or
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Winn1sboro 1 Publishing Compniy
Vinnsboro-, S. C.
We were mistaken ats to the lihne
6f the meeting of the Wimnsboro
Democratic Club. 'It will take place
onl Tuedlay evenling instead 0f Thurs,
day. A full attendance is desired,
Miss Wood reque sts us to say that,
nothing preveiting, she will give a
second literary enltertaillimnoit Oil next
Wednesday eventing, at which t'ber1o
vill be a chanige of proraitimme, Miss
'Wood has inade a nubilbr of' f'rienls in
town by her lady -liko deamelinont, and
her entertainments are) very pleasitit.
It is hoped that she will receive the pat
ronage she merits. The adjmissjoin fIe
vill be the saine as before,
DEATH or D)u. L. 1,). OwEN.-Dr.
L. D, Owens died at his residence ill
this place at anl early hour oil Friday
morning, lie was strickeni with pa
ralysis se lontlis ago, and had been
in tre'ebe health ever sucic, Of Jate,
his malady assumled a complicated and41
.serious form, so much os to putt his
case beyond the .rjeach of humnu Shill,
Dr. Owens was kt popilar (itie1, aiid
Mis death will be generally tueinted..
H-e was about fifty years of ,go, and
leaves a widow an1d several children.
Thidy have the lbealty sympitthy of
snianiy friends iII tis SadAJ afflictiol.
'The renidus were takenl to Lonig .luni
-Churcht, and inlterred in tho family
DE Arm oF .M1p. Jo.H\ SiMONTON,
Ic regret to have to chronicle the
death of Mr. John Siuonton, Sr.., ,10
or our oldest and most estecmed ,citi
ezons, which occurred on tbo imoriniig
of the 18th instuit ,r Sioniton was
in the'eight'-fourthygr of his age,
.and for several -years p'fast had been in
.a feeble state of healti, fmuentJy for
Imonthsat a .time being Unable tp
ileave his ;room. Few imlen ever spent
anore active and energetic lives; and
jow amen wer'e .as succssfv Il gilgaiitg
'the rich rewards 'that -at-tead ssuch -.allife..
enecvlolchebr-Was Nv rulind lyrinc~iyic ol'
.lis 'life, and lhe was aliv~vsasY.just as
bhe was generous. 11lieueiws a famtily
anltd a large connection of..yelatiavesind
~friends, to wvhomn we extend our sinocie
*sympathy ih .their bojreavenmeut,
NOTES FROM I1ONTICANjjO. Gur cor
,res poudenut "Senex.," writin1 g under'
d(ate May -19, says-: ":It is d'y -and hot.
'We had to'hiave ires, thongh, last Sat
urday antd Sunday for comfobrt. TheO
Monticello Detipocrptic. Chrbh meets
niext'Satiirday, to i'%organiii atnd to
.app)oint dlelegates to the Couuty Con
v'ention, i no0w hold ini miy hand1( a
.cotton bloom, scnt to me b~y a friend
* f'roin the Salem neighborhood. Thuis
wvill both "adorn a tale angd pint a
moral." *1attoon cotton (groavth from
tehe root of thelast year's planting) can
be fonnd on several Places around'
* Monticello. Rust appears oni red onats
on several places around 1here. 'I ate
sonie Wild pilntus thisumorninig, the first
sign of the opening of' the public coin
- anssar'y;; wVhien coloi-ed 'berries comoI
dui, it will be i full blast. There are
..mad dogs about-: on1e was kied by
.Mr. Wma. McGill on his place,.and an
*othe' was~kllled1 onl Ur. Jonathan II.
Jlabb's placo last Saturday. X(ibie&,
LUDDEN & BATES' SOUTIIERN .'MUsic
JILt8E, SAvANNAII1, GA.-Thr'ough the
Lavannath Jforn'ing. .News we learnj
that Ludden & Bates' Great Southerni
Music House ivill remove on July 1
next, to their new double -storo,,eo.i:ner'
- Congress and4 Whitaker.:treets. 'They
,stores thr'own liito one anid conivenienit-'
ily arrantged for their 'extAndedl busi
nos05 (whidh has doubled In the past
two y'ear's), and which will give them
the .largest andi Anlest MusicalWVar'e,
* rooms in the entire South. The music
itrade of this staunch old house is im
umenise, and Savannmah ' may well ,be
1proud of possessing auch an 4qxponenit
of her claims as.a Southern music and
h 1igh~ art.eantre. The'e -is ;no firm in
the South who shave done10so nmuch to
wiards the developmenit.af nuisical ;ini
* iterests andl editure as Messrs. liudden
.& 'Bates, andswo congratulate them On
utheir' splenid success. .Men who
show themselves so 'enterprsin~g, aic
.commodatinig and .honorable :19 all
business transactions deserve success
.4ndm generally get, it. . we are glad to
give them our full endorsement and
'advise our readers that.they can saifely
*and profitably patronize 'thorn,
&'afgt v2*r1MNT A' RTPGa'1WAY.
-:Some Account of a Plea sant Time Among
the Young Peoplne-,HespIta1Iy, Fun amid
* [REPoRmThD WOE TilE NEWS AND HERIALD ')
JIm tise tiny vylilange last Tuesday
business \Was virtonally..msponded and
sl~o c .losed,,fgr' every, qligu,
* erd uponits en4tten, sturbs to wit
crowd than there asseinbled enra'p.- li
tured with the sport before thei. 'te is
riders. were MesSrs. Kennedy, Caip- st
bell, Flannigan, Williams and '-'Suit .t
LAovingood." The first gontleman didI
OnIc beatifuit riding uponi his hand- c
some black, and through her sImootli
running and his accurate cye won tihe V
stlIdlc, and had the exquisito p!ca u- e e
of kneeling lefore Miss l'la Thoinas,
ho., with ani attralctilyO ,ilmile amid 1
gracefbil bow, receiyvd upon her inte-l
lectual browl tll- snowy wreallI Which "
iiimarked her the (teeni selected. The: )
nteyt fortunate rider was Mr. Camip- C
bell. Well aid. erniestly was his l
choice Iliade, for 110 lady could have
m1ore atlpprolriately aceepted his token a
of honor attid porfeenco 0han Miss ip
Mitggie lt,, though there was it slighti l
treroiV ill his hla id at humble rey-,
erence i I is kneeling. Ailr. Flanni- i
gin, of Dear Vrek, the reckless rider
Fromnit d1pigerous solie, wa'4s next to S
show Iis jaste, and this lie pleasingly o
did, as lie presented to Miss Cooper ia,
his floral ol'oring with till of tle pluck
aid determialtiol with which he rode
the old sorrel. Tie next horseman of
jhistinction was Mr. Samt~pel Cooper, in
the role of "Slt LovilnuQod." Mr. C. em
In his persolatioln 1111d1 milmicry of tlis t o
phalraet90 was "just perflectly cegant,"1 h
suipremmely ridiculous us the original r
himself-niglh the 'nitt'.ral born Fool'"
Lis "Stit" ever wps, 1pnd consequently ill
through his inpate Ipve of fu, 'ias the re
.enltre of aiitiscipet to both (d and A1
The ball opCied at mine o'clock in tL
the evening. It was ani enjoyable at- m
.fair. Everything passed off so pleas- li
pultly that it was near the Crack of day S
when the crowd relutintly dispersed,
mnd thc handsome and Joll- bevy from
the "l10oro" fadJet inl tIhe dJisitaniue, Iyit.l i
joyous laughter aid pleasant recollec- m
tions of Itidgeiway's fun, refresimientis <i
and lospitality-though I occasiontil)
sigh told of It. M. 1). and of' horrid *
lessons Net ullearliied. A. M
.ADOUT A GItEENRACK REec ii.
(O'Nced of a- Ncw Party-The Vrong of Cl
Drawing Laiborers from tpo Fields. in
bLONrCE.L, May 17.-We the citizens
of this Cominunity were greatly stir
prised some days ago by (he announce
nietit that Mr. J. 11. McLane would al
.address (the people of Jenkinsville and pr
its vicinity and onlighten and lft 00
them from their ignorance, ;iid pre- e
pare thelm fo.r initiation into tihe great.
party of which le coisiers h1 imiself u
the head centre. le Cane at the ap- th
pointed time, bu.t o and behold I lie ht
found to one it the alppointedl phace to "o
give :im a hearing. He afterwards d
repaired to Alston, and by great et
fort gathlerc.d together a smainll squad. st
Ile then aired himself of what lie hin- to
self-styled "a greenback specch." The .
burden of hisremarks was upon the
finances of the country, amid the 1non1
taxpaying bonds, and~ Ito inlformedO the
dlarkey what portion of the titxes lie W
had 'to .p.y to raise money to pay thtese
gold coupons-that shoes, hats, etc. p
are taxedl for tis purpose. Now, Mr.
J. 1(cudrix McLane, you have over
estimatedyour abilities. You should t~h
have gono t~o somte elderly .friends at)(d~
asked their advice as to your fitness to ke
be a leader in any mnovetnenit whatever. fu
You have comtmitted a grave err~or. I
even if your motives ar~c pp1)e, inl at
templtinlg to get ,up ani .cxcitemient
amtonig the colored1 laborers to drawv -
themn.fromi the fields at this season of
the year .cron upon~ a much more im-J
p)ortanlt measure. .Now, to be riding s.
-aroutnd anid endeatvoritig to stir upj an TI
..excitementt among the colored citizcuts 3.
-for you can scarcely got any othlers 0(
.to leave their work to come anid hoar
you-is somnethinig for whtich you l
should be .beLd responsible to public
.opinion1. Do you not know from cx
pierience that one cannot be spared at
this particutlar time of thle year .from
the Iheld ? How is it that, you are lib
sent riditng arouind? Are you paid for of
it? if so, wvhere does the tmoney conme bI
from.? Sutrely not from Fairfield 'farm- o
e, for they are too btusy htunting up ~
mfoney~ to paycor choppitig ouit cottont. in
If it cornea from abroad, does your ur
.ccpuscienice reconcile youn to this act? thc
Are you awatre thtat any question tiiat
may divide the wklhie vote of the State U
is calculated to hazardl tile golitina- rE
tionof the gloriouts reformn inauguirat- th
edi by Governo~r Hiautpton itt 1876? If V
you anoswing.ly do this are you .not da
.1:egro~ant to your'Gud, -to -you counit ry Ju
and to your race? We htave heard that a
somte good whit.menmleani to this par- 3~,
ty, but we believe that good andc true at
men willay aside all differences of '.r
opinion01 and cling togethar to pi~csqe
anid continue .houtest rtide 'in -South
.Carolina. .JONA'rIn H. RAnn. 81h
AO.U211 CAROLINA I$WA.
- Orangiihprg htas two oqiored fire
--Laurensville Is.strugging iv,ith a t
brass band. d
---Work on thme Newberry mnumemnt to
is.progressinig rapidly. i
.-J4. Weston Simpson,'Esq., of Lau- n<
vens~, has beent stricken -with paraly~siq. pi
-Mir. J. 0. Merldithi, qf LHelenng, Is H
atppointed. guyerintendentof the .Lat- nt
rensvlie Baltroad. .
--Tho'Rev. -R. W. Santders has been m:b
eeted pastor of the Baptist Churcb fa
' -On May 11ith thte Savannab Vallev di
%Thlroad tax collected In A bbeville a'
count.7,amnotnted to $25Z.60.m
--The ;Anderson Branch of the i
Greenville and Columbia RaJilroadI has fe
been supplied wvith a -now ,passemgqr C
-Most sof the Democratic .91ubs
throughout Andersonu contty ate ini n
favov* of -the "mnajority" plan .in the 0]
prlmaty eiQotio'n, I
*-The Demioomoy ,of Laures -and
Lexim)gton-ounitleeshvo: adonpted the A
.rnry plan' of Mtking nominations se
.for coutnty offices.
- ere lives 1n 'Alanns uti
not Cestt Rkg,& 1y Me
1m111 1udgins, who died in 186:1, and
in th1 enjoyilent. of' helith and
regh0 to fo about (le houise.
-Rtock 1lilt chlums to havo been the
rst towni inl I IoStato that. passed ani
rdii,:oive prolhibitin'ig tile carryug of
meenicel weapons. ? f
-The Director ( of the Savamilnal
alle Iailroadi will put, it corps of
igineers in the Illd next Wedie b
ly, fir the pirpo-e of miaking a sur- Y
.y of' tle road.,
-The Oianigeburg Times bl*ieves il
mt county' Favors flugood, but says: o
We are Far iroiu believilL'; ( 6)t gu-. t
riiutorial tillibl is so sIqcace inl Su It
riLolisim ik 3 to it cniinietl to two as
-A little daughter ofA ir. J. W.
irt, who lives o te Santee, il ()r
)igburg, was qeverely kicked by a
>rse oil hast Plriday. The bridge of
1r 11080 wtS1ts broken and- her eves
velhd 'roin .I . b uIises until tly
lvy were closed for tihre dtays.
-The lev. Job Turnier, of StauIni'mi,
irglini, a (leaf' mteii, viited Cedar
l ings last. week. lie is a member
the Protestalit. Episcopal Churchou,
Id is ippointed ats lissiona-V to visit
stit utiolis lor his unt'ortui'itte Fel
-1he1 latest reports firom tie wheat.
op o' Spartanbullb)rg cotuy are not
'1'% (lICtnUI'ulginiig. Somue fields are
it. ol'by the rust, wi others seein n
be (lying u1p withoui, any pellcepi
e 11181. Manyn persons, hoWever,
port good (rops ill prosl3ect.
-Oi last. Kat urciy 1Iight. two negro L
om11en1 Heal Mr. J. ;j. (1hallman's phiee 4 i
Newberry had ia difliultv. which lu
stilted i the lc tent.h of' one I hem.
ilerva Fos(tr cuit severviy Laura [
ti ll'with i knI ifo. Dr. Mayor, J r.,
Id J)iI, H lalflere wvere Sent fori' Sunday lit
dress the votil, antd prolouinced it nm
ortali. Th ilmrdiss fled, adwil a Fr
rested under a beil in the towni oil
nahily night ind lodlged inl jail, ON
-Th Rev. .h L-. GiC da,,.Dp
.s Iveimb'ieI his r ,e(Siglatioll as 1'rotbs- Wy
r ol' I )iliie and l'olemic Theolog'y
the .Iesli Il inu Theological Sei.
tr at. Columbia. The Board 'e
vested him to withdraw his resigna
I, but he insisled uponl it., and they in
lIcaitly acceptled it. Inl conse-- o
lenice o' this resigiation lthe exi
Wos Of thal, inlstitultiott are suispentled W
itil the lUoail eai fill that chair.
- Accounts from tihe wiat crops of
lester couinty show that, rust has
11e its appearallce ill several sections.
unilg SO eally, -it is flared that the
tp will ho (Iuite scriously iljured.
le report. tromlu the oa s cr1) 1is hvo.
!e. A large acrea-re has beei sown
Id the condition of' ie crop is quite
olisinlg. Good stiids of coril ad J
tton a1re reported, and both of these
ops are Said to be growin lilcy- 0
-The barn1, stables anld crilb of' Mr. g1r
(. Delardelabthij, livinlg IIear
ackstock, Were destroyed by five on
a 18th iist. The contents of' the
lldin we'e five hundred busiels of'
ril, three thousaid bundles of fod
r, 11 nw AgII'roni, a hi. prge lot of
titon1 seed, birley and ha1ty; all of
dich was entirely destroyed. A fine
>wk hog in a pei) .near by was burned
death. Mr. 1,eardlelaben eti- in
ites his loss at not. less than $1,500; 110
merance. The fire. is oboliled to
ve been the work of ince.ndiijes.
- See to it that your child meets
ihi nio neglect.; wilicn sick, use for.1
t) dji'ases :o1' IlabyhoodI -Dr. Bull's
tlby 8yrup~-li never4iapin.
-ice 25 cents. .i *yiis
As CO-rrOx IOK.\ ill .cominiercoc. so
3 Liver' is king in the human sysS
n. We .ciannot live in . fily peace0
th this g~reat organ .diseased. To
ep- it inl condcition to perif'orml its
nctionis, use .Ur'. Gilder's Livey 'Pills. ar
icy~ are sold 'hy .all dr-utggists and "'
untry- Imerchlants. For sale by Dr..
.E. Aiken. *'t20.
SE ITE'NACTED AND OlIDAINEDby.
the Trown Conil of Winnsboro, Ti
I., and by the antihority of the same:
at until further notice, the hours for
ling fresh meats within the corporate
itsq of said town shall be 'botweien 11I
lc, a. nu., and 4 o'clock, p. nm. en
D~ono ii Council this I7th day of May, th
30. JAS. A. BICE, er:
E. S. CIIANDLER, Itcna.
nay 18 Clork. I
'TOWN ORDINANCE. Ce
) E it enacted and ordained by the In- co
) ton dant and Wardens of tlhp Town .06
AVinnlsbor9p' 8. 0., ip Council Assem- ti,
3d, gnd by the auithortty,of the yome: ei1
[. That there shall be-a .Board of Health thi
3ated, to consist of three citizens of
o town, .one of who a .shall1 be a pre~ctiu- A
g phy~sician, who shall ho01.1 their ofllices
itil the first day of May guteceding chi
cir, ap~pointmecnt, and until thoir sue- pl:
ssors shall be appointed.
II. And be it fcurt,her ennoted and or
inead, that the mnembers of said Boai-d
all be annually apl.Ointed by each loc
>wn Connoil as soon as practicable after sol
o installation of the Intendapit .mgnt ru
lrdlOns intOo gitice.'
IU. And be it fiurtheor ennoted and or- :
ined, that during the months of 'Juno,
ly, Auguti nd September ,the said
>ard sh11ll oxamine the preis.es of mall
)idlents of, and pecrsons doing buiness
thin, the corporate limits of uniid town an
lgyst once ei pionth. and report' to thfu L
mwn Colinqil any mantter which, in their PC
dgment, is deiotorious. to,the healthi .Qf min
o town. - ti
IV. That the memborsi of said Board n
all, in considteration of their servocts, go
exoimpted fuo:n street tra while .ip be
ico. . -
V. And be if further enncted and or- es
,med, topt any person, registingthe en- A)
iiie.pfthe members of t1ro. spid goarde
>On Apy pert of their pe)ses, ,egeptr
oh' d wol ling-houises, .hal1lbe fmned -fi xep
>llars for each ofeonce,,Qr'be imprisongd 10
r top days. upon conviction. 51'
VI. And be It further cnacd and~ or-.o
Lided,;that any person who.shall fal -1or thl
'gloeeto abata any mnatte.r upon their 10
em~iises, rel-orted Jby the Bpiud of co
)alth sea .nuisannie, for three dayiuafter tri
>te reqiring the same, served by the bi
Iief pf Police, almill be fined one' dollar Is
r each day's such failure or neglot or c
'mprisoned oneosday for eapoh day's such gr
ihure or nogloot. g
VII. And belit further oppoted mspa qr
dined, that ,the ,foard of Heelth sh mll '
so, fr ,mi timo.to time, report any matter
>t upon the~premises.of any 'Oititen, orP
en not within thd eorporuito limits, B'
bilch In their judogmtint injuriously af
ets the hoeol~th of the the tqwp, for the Al
>unoil to take such actiov as it may deem ra
Under the above Ordinance the fdllow.
g eitizen's are appointed as suoh board
'heqlth~for the year ending Ma lst,
81 vI: Pr. E. W. Aiken and esrs.
dirig and .i'.M. Htui~ ' p
Done fi Oouncil this 1je Othsday of
pril, A, D. :180, untr 4) c'orporate
el pf tho muid Tovwn Cone,
At~: J8 A. n Cn
NOT OE TO TAXPAYERS.
A oro's Oi j.i
Wlxtesupso S. C.. AlaIy 13. 1880.
TIU161 oflce will be op-cnl from tihe first
'Jut: a to th 214h )l' J.uly, lubo, to re
live tax return of personal pbupory f'or
e i:ical year 1880ft. All male pwri~ns
tweel the ages of twenty-one and sixty
larm (except tit *q1e exempt by law) ar1.
iblei to pol1 tNx, and will report accor(t
gly. I will bo.attid either in per on
by dputty at the following pihets on
ic days speclified, for the purgpl,.o of re
iving rutrls, viz:
Caldwoll's Store, June 14.
Gladden's Gr6ve, June 15.
Durhint oune 1(k.
Dear Creek, June 18.
Woodward'vs, June 21 and 22.
10dgcwaf, Juie '23 and 24.
Blythow.iod, .1inc 25.
Jeniniji gs' 4tore, June 28.
Jin(iIIsville, Juno 29.
Mlonticello, June 30aid July 1.
Fua4terviile, July 2 nud 3.
1ckhlead, July 5.
Balanco of the timo at Wiulpsb'r4.
,. N. WITllips ti
may 15-1m Auditor F. C.
'I N E L I Q U 0 R S,
ATTIANS ROS.' Old Cabinet Rye;
N183. CId Ioanoko Whiskey, 18110.
so, llotterlaim Brandy. Cold Jlana for 0
nch from 11 to 1 o'clock every di. n
II WVEr r.ecently madri e:tensive addi.
tiois to my 1touk of Wines nad
nor, which consistb of a full ianort
'at of liyo -Whiskoy, Coru Whisky.,
emch1 Urandy, App li randy, Peach
andy, Sherry Wine, boapperpong Wine,
mampaxlgfno. etc., etc. 0
:- I claim to R.1l the FINEST AND 18
JR1S'F 11YE WHISKEY to be bad in
innsmborn. Give it a trial.
I also also k op oi lanid a flil supply of
Sig t1.0 AND T.OBA COO,
great variety, and adapted to the tastp 1
Call at the PALETTO HOUSE, in the
inisboro H1otel building. a
NEW Rupply of Fatmily and Planta- e
tion Groceries. 0
16 blls. Choice INow Qrleans Mfolos,
bbls. Choice Cuba Syrup, besid -'other.
Tackson' best grades Family Flour.. S
A lot of Patent Family Flour-the 'beat t
Al) Grados, from t1oo highost .to the i
Peaberry (somecthin~ iw), Rio ?nd I
va.. Also Payc~hed fio fd.Jaya. -
B~ought-before the advance, and other ~
tros too numerous to muontion. Al
I at tho .lowest possible pre, i
JM. IM. LE NX I&EN.
1 Per'sons Aeenustomed jo .SC~e(ding !
Money b~y Registered Letter.
THERE'ygO SI2OUi.IITy}N THEM.
f yourY ryogy is lost or sL.Iteon, you may:
tchi the thief, but naot the ,r icy-nd~
o monaey is whait you wvant. 'o .Gov
amnont don't repay such loses.
MUY AO0.1ECK '
From the WINNSBC0RO NATIONAL
LNK, .which wo wvill. soil -yon at ten
nts for amounts not.cxceoding fifteen
Ilars, (iltan Qen ts for amounts not ex
eding twventy-five dollars, twenty-five
nts for.gumounts not eyeeedipg seventy-7 .)
'o dollars, rind at ,not ~l1o 4hree
lthths per cent. for any amount'aboys j
at. You are thus pqll4e
3SOLUTEDLY SECURE AGAINS7 .1OS$. 1
lWe guarantee that. If 3 our original 1
eak is lost or stolen, wvep~ie you a dui
OOMS AND DEP'Q9T WITH .
We hava just purcbased a new time
ik, costinug $350, and the President him
.f can't open the safe when the look is
nning. T. K .F,1LIOTT,
Cashier V.no. :Nat. 13n~k,
HOW WATCHESI ARE MADE)I.
t will be apparent to any one, wito 1ill r~z
tne a 8OLID GontD W A&ocr. tbiit aside fro'm
necessary thickness .for ongraving end
hIshing, a large pr'oporf~lon of the precious (
tal used, 1s needled only ,to Stlifen and hold
3 engraved portions In place, and supplyghae 2
Dossary aOltdit~y and strength. The surplus
Id is actuial-yneedless so;tar' as UTJIMY aind 9
ituty ',o -Concerned. :1ii JAMES DOISB' PAT
IT G011D WATCII CASES, thIs WASTE Of pro- j
ills mot~1 Is overcome, and the SASE SOLIDITY
mD SATHENOTH prOduced at from onedhird to I
0-halfrof thelluugi Cost Of RtIId 041805. . This
ocessis.f~the moat altnple iapture, asfol
v8: a plato of ninkel compostion~motal,
Beally adapted to~tho pIIrpose,has two plates
80LID1GOLD soldiered one on eaoh side. The'
roe arc then passed between pollsfied stoel 4
Ilers, and the resultsa a strip of-heavy plated
aappsition, from which the cases, backs, con
us, bezzles, &c,. are cult and shaped-by sutt.t
i dIes and fortpers. -,The~gold Iin,these cases
sutfrlintly thiek to admIt of all kinds of
asing, engraving and enameling; the en
aved oasea havp been carried luti1,worn p- r.
itly smooth by time 'Ind uselfithout remnov
g the gold.
riis IS )1rHE ONLY CASE MADE WITH TWO
,ATrE8 OF SOLID GOLD, AND WARR AtITED
(2SPECIA L CERLT1IIATS.
Iror sale by Conner & Chandler and 0. Muller.
ik for ilustrated, patgalogue and 1to see war
Pt. -Ipoh 11-txly ,.4
~EATS-FOOT 011, -Linseed 011,
SOlive 011, :Castor -011 (cold.
'essed), Castor Oil (comm~n), Ctd
Iver' 11'4pro, Scott.a Emnlson,
as rO% iulsion, ready4 ao in 1l
OlMt CO0UNTY CM LSO~l
The frienlds if Mr. JAMES W. OLE.
IAN resiptfullly inmillato, him for th
flicee of Comuny Commisi onq.-r of leair
1(--- ,iljc.el to the laetivii of WN I; mo
Messrs.. dlilors: Pleese announce Ur
t. . EL L4SOfN, JR. as i etudidate fol
heriff of Fair ield Coun'y, alt the ensgi
It., eletion-1-l)jot to $lic action "f thw
lemo.-ratise p)rhirv. MANY FaIENDs.
Tho many frienids of- \M r. JNO. D. Me
AlRLLKY, recognizing his peculitir 'litwas
)r the otice, respe.jtfilly nliniie. himl)
)r 4oritf-of Fairfield County-subjent to
le action of the Democratic primary.
FOt COUNTY COMMISSIONEt.
Mrsvrs. ABlors: Plonso announno NIP.
OBiavT .a) IMLICK as, a candidate tor
ounity Commissdoner of Fai:idold ~at the
riuing election -snbjeot to the action of
1o Democratic pii nary.
OR S(1IOj COMMISSIONER.
Thp friepds of DR. JOHN BOYD, np
rocialjt)g ihQ skill, meal and ldelit.y
ith which he has dischargod ho duties
School iOnmmissioner, res)ectfilly
ominato him for ro-election-subjeg to
io nction of t' 9 Democratiq pin avios.
Messrs. E litors: As nominations are in
rder, permit us to presont the name of
)L. JjXO. B. DAVIS PR a candidate for
bieriff at the ensiing election, subject
couroe, to th4 action of the Democratic
imafi.. ANY Fn1ENDS.
FOR JUDGI OF PRQBlATH.
Jfssms, jalifors : Please announeg the
resent incumbent, J. .R. iBoyles, Judge
Probate, as a candidate for re-clection
the ensuing election, subjeci to the
on of the Democratio party at the pri
aries. By so doing you will oblige his
14 MANY FalENrs.
3Msrs. L-Witors: Please annoupco Mr.
Preston Cooper asa *can iddato for the
enincratio nomination for sheriff at the
lining election (subject to the decisien
the primary election) and oblige many
ionds in the
to;0lr-tWE5TrnN POnTION OF THE CQUNTX,.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
The frienn of Mr. James G Heron, of
lom, respectfully nominate him for the
Eco of Conuty Coimrioissioner at the en
iing election. -subject to .he actiog0 of
io Demoeratio primary.
OR SGl90.; GOMAQSSiONEJR.
The fiends of the REV. JAMES POUG
ASS respetfully nominate him for the
osition af MQOhl Copmi oeof ?air -
eld County at the enauipg ceeticA
ibject to the notion ,of the ,Douol'tio
iiessrs. &.?44mys: Please announce Mr.
AS. L. IRICHMOND as a candidate for
heriff lit the ensuing election, ,au-bjct to
1c action of the Democratic Clubs at the
rimarics, and oblige ;MAN~Y FRIENDs.
.--__- _-...- maiy 18 tf
F. 1yM~TY & WS8.
~ust received and to prrive .a pf few
fainy aygoods Igonght ,b~oforp ,the re
opt heavy advancte, wh ich wflT
fo rold at the veryj lowest cash prices to
our fri,4fnds atf6 Oustomerg.
7legant ,Qtshmnores, ieruantl .Dress
Goods, Mlomie cloths, Bunt.ing.&.
L nice assortment of Caligges, M uslins,
Lawns, Dress Ihisetw, sY~dge goody.
forchowi iocc, Edgings, ,fosiory, Hlaid
kerchiefs, Neckwoar, Glov'es, &~c,
'ou cap find. in filet, gry Good's of ,all
kincts at the COUNEBR STORE,
1. at prices which we giu-anteep
please or we do no~t ask'a sale.
lall early and give our stock a thorough
inspection, it is
kur delight to show,onr gpods.
hur stock of Zeigler Brother0' fine Shoes
arnd Bay State Screwed wps
rover bettor, and of these kipd .yo jnake
ajillonilty and warrant.
io sh-oes in azih andilow cuts, and but,.
ton shoes in high'iand low outs,
figh out men's gaiters,4ow~cut shQOes
thapd and machine sowved, sorewod.
Sven the clhildrqn .and babies were re
membered anda pie selootion,boght
7all at once and make a selection pi a
Casasimero or.Bhlue Flannel;
)r Ios~vo your measure for a suilt selected
Earo bargains in soft .Felt -Hatsi, stiff
flats and Straw IHats.'
row goods in Crockery, Glasaaro, Gro.
Daheateti ed o a look. Call
EeWme i QUXO4C 5AE8,
WO cr lods Ae WhIto Corn
tiroks ca od odr ay .anji
WilI fhad it to their iterest ip cal
n me before they-make thir2Oil*
.WO D. *0oCA~
- O f
HAVE ]NLAARGED T1H-IB STOOK
STEllINYG 1lIVER -
Makitg It ciily 1.lnnecessary fol'
Ihcir cwisioinlers to go oilside of WinIis
I)o Fo r any artficle in their liine. Thev
pleagoC t'.e msclves to -i c advaltage
VARIET, QUALI'Y AND PRICE
07 Extra fine artilces whieh the
mnerlket will 110(t jul.4%il in tockj will
nj.prqeared ?p slorLt notice. "
188. SPRING, 1880.
V. LAND;EC ER & B]O.
.inounco - th) receipt of a largo as
.ortment of Spring Goods in Jtie
very late t desig) s and14 Nov
,lticis, I-nd tlyoy ogkey j
following goodi kss
leiv as aniy
WYool ulnt-ing in alldesiraiblo shades,
?renclh Jlunting in Ilacik an d Navy lue
the bion dscmest ever brought~ tio ,Lhjis inar
Jot.. A ,heaptiful 1,ino of
In ontirely.newv designs, with Insert
ings to miatch,
Jus~t openned and reqady for ins~pgotiagn,
Call and eo.
Of' all kinds an,1 of the becst qualityl
it tho :h.ivest possible figures. Call early.
A largo stook of Gonts' JFurnishiing
Joods for the Spring tno Call and be
We would oall the attention of the punb
lic to our large stook of Ladies', Gents',
almises' and'Chil.I-en's 'Shoes, which we
are nlOW disposinlg of at a remark'ably ,lqw
price. Givo~ius a call' )before you pur
chase elsewhere, as we feel satisfied we
~an.gpit you in quali.ty, style and price.
T'RUNKS AN:D VALISES.
,Wp will sell our large stock of Trunks,
Wail'ses, R~ailrpoad Dass. and S'atchels alt old
pides, altho~ugh the ,have advanced ful
Iy 26 porcent. -
AN EARLJY CALl9
Will repay ladies. We ask you on Ly to
somne to see our .stock af to her tleo
prices, andlI you do nt na it't. your
advantage to.u p~ 19 ask yuto
P. IjANERlER & BRO.
3 UNION 4zni inme
.MS.9 'W-YORK CiA
A. largp 14t _f (hoice Cologpe, Ex
tracts, Soap.Toilot Watern,
Toilet Powder, '&c., &:, OHEA P.
JUHT Rr:FIgDn 1)Y
lycMAqTER, BpICE 4 pQ.
Allen's Lung Balsary, Tiag' pe.
torant, Ayer's~ Peeioral Bos..
che'n Gernpui byrup, Dr.
Jull's Cqugh - Syrup,
.0t Tar and Wild
Balsam for the u11)1ga,
Hegeman-s ''olit and Liver
wort Expectorant, Wild Oherry
Pectora-l Wine, Brown-'s Mixturq,
Ha rtor's Lung Balsatm, McLape's
Catarlri'souff, McM Naster
Chlorate of Potash Lozenges,
Brown's Bronchial Trochees,
Eley's Cqrbolic Trocheea,
McLanQe I~ggIeln ~iu
Fon SALE DY
1coIASTER, BBICE & CO.
TO THlE.CITIZENS OF FAXIRFIELD,:
IHAVE estab)lished a Salo Statale j
.insbrg.nd1 u prp.ed
scll stock sig on1 very atcc~Il1ommodst
luI& terms, eihr for enshi or on tim5
ui'lIil next thll for neguable pipi-.
P'ersonis ivisi ng to buy' or swap~ 'will
do well to ea In' me- ~Cfpo liurchmas..
I wil , 180s pafy the hilgheost cash prI q
CORN AND FODDER
Delivecred1 at miy Si.ble 911 .09)eng
Street, locatted on10 door south of t
lan" 20 - - -L -D
A IAEgE loqt ,of \Vhei4 Bran ?4
FINEST Tobaccoan Cgrsa
THIRTY-FIVE Barrels all grades
Wi&oal anderlgrit, at only.
A LARGE~ lot of fr~es~ .Cnp
o&ods and Fancy 1grocerjess
ALL KINDS of dardeni and
Flower Seeds, Clover ard .Gr
Seeds at Donly's.
BOOTS, Shoes, MIats,- Mard
Crockery and :01kssware,
war p 914 &ibware .g ~olys
Gly@1me spall and get abgl.
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