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AWN AN!) COUNTYM,
DY,June 34, : 1880.
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Winnsboro Publishing Company
Wi,msboro, S. C.
Bank lleport-T. 1C. Elliott, Cish'r.
Knight of Honor--1E. S. Chandler,
For County Commissioner--Many
Up to the tine of going to press no
ballots had beenl reported from Cinl
Wre regret that L -1umstan11ces pre
vented us from publishing i our last
Issue tle report of tile proceedings of
the Teachers' Association.
Mr. T. Waylaid Scruggs has our
thanks for some deliciois hioney. Mr.
ScI'ugS M has g-iv-en lmuch01 attention to
bee culture, and has been Very success
Mr. N. C. Robertson has our thanks
for some tine peaches, the product or
his orchard. They arc of three varie
ties-''nile's Early," ''Beatrice" and <
"Ainsden Juie," andi all ptirticularly
sweet and savory. Mr. Robertsoii has
been very successftil in fruit culture,
and these speclneiis bespeak his skill,
.A S:r.vER YlmDI:.nNG.-Thec folio wvingf
from the Florerce Tbnes, of the 17th
inst., will be read with interest and
pleasuire by the many friends of the es
teemed couple whose Silver Wedding
has just been celebrated;
On Friday evening laist. at number of I
the friends ;>f the 1ev. C. E. Chiches
ter and wilb asembiled at Gtible's I
Hotel to celebrate the 25th0 anniversarv I
of their narriage-or their Silver Wed- t
.ding. The bride and groom looked .
well ald happy, andt much more J
youthful than this anniversary might
indicate. Both tho large parlors oni
the first floor were filled with ladies I
.and geuitlemuen, i hile the large hall amt
piazzas were used by some of the Sunil
day school ehidren ink inntocent amuse-.
monlts. Ini Oeh parUlor' were tastefuilly s
artranged bouiquets of beau tful flowers.t
On a table iln the ladies' plnor' wer'e
,the p)resenlts of silver, tok"aus of aip-r
prieciation andi. well-wishes o' fnmer-c
.ous friends. To these have beeni ad- 1
-ded sever'al hlanidsome pre'senlts r'eceiv- t
sincee, as the inivitations had gone out<
too late to admi.t of response by somle
-as they .desired. Maniy were th.c pleas- I
(ait congr'atulations ; atnd the appIear'
.anice of' Mr'. and Mr's. Chichlester' indi-t
.cato thmat inl hiuman pr'obablilit.y thev'
1may3 live to celebrate their Golden
Wedding, even (ho' it may seem too
muchei to hope flhat their Diamiond
Wedd1inlg, 01' 75th mar'riage ann1iverSa
vy, wiil be celebra'(ted on1 this stage of
moton.- Te eenng' plasuesend
ed inI a1 r'epast ini tihe lar'ge hall , afiter'
wh'lich ailpropriate, selectionis of' Scr'ip-i
tur'c were r'ead b)y the1 Jtev, J. W. Mc
Rov of' tile Meth1odist Chiurch, and(1
1lwalyer wais offer'ed by3 the liev. T. W.
JUt 0ofithe iBapiti4 Chiur'ch.-We"
hear'tily join iln the wishl that thle lives
of' tis couple, \vhlose uset'ui la bmors God
has1 sigiially ownied and1( blessed, may
be crowvned with the rewar'd of tho C
.THE TEA A11EJRN' ASSOCIA4TION.
A Pleasant and Interesting Moeting -The
.ItEPOED FORl THlE NEWS AND HI1fRALD.)
Purstuant. to adjlourlnment, the Tieachi
-er's' Association of Fatirfieid held thei'
second meeting in T1hesp)iani Ilall,
Winsboo,on the 19th instat. CJol.
H-. C. D'avis. the pretsidlinlg 0111i01' of'
the Associationi, called the mneetingi to
oi'der', and11 after' prlay'er by the lRev. 1.
F. Corley, it Iproceed(edl to business.
The mniqutes of the 'last mneetinlg
were recad andl 'onlfirmeld.
The books wvere then1 openIed to ap
licant.s for m)embehlip, wvhen J
of nineteen teacher's--now ap
phicants- were elected member's of thef
Assotblationl, of whIich (lie f'ollowing is
a compl)ete roll, incluldinJg ihe entir'o
11. 0. Davis, R1ev. 13. F. Corley, W.
8. Durham, Thos. E. Bell, W. J. Kel- 1
ler', Mrs. Matry .J. Ashford, W.1U.
Trapp, R1. Means D)avis, R1ev. WVil lard C
Richardson, Miss Hlenrietta E. T1hiom- I
as, 8. W. Bookhart., C. A. D)ouglass, l'
Mr's. E. P. Scott, Miss Pauline Scott, a
W. Ederington, E. BI. Riagsdale, Mera.
Smit, J.D. Urrison, J. R. Sterling,
Isaac H-. Means, Miss NannieA2.
Phinaney, Mris. Franies~ E. Ligon, Mr's.
Etugenla Hoibeck, Miss M. R1. Blain,
Mrs. E, J. Powell, Miss Lila Powell,
Mr's. M. .8. Perr ', Bi. H. Robertson,
Mr's. A. Y. Caidwoll, Miss Emil.y 9
Obear, Miss JulIa Frip p, Milss Lizztie
Smith. Hionorry' meminbe rs-Dr'. Juo.
Jioyd, T. R. Robertsonl.
The hour' havIng arrived for the I
- speakinlg, the president of (lie Asso
ciation introduced tihe or'ator' of the
day, Maj. HI. S. Thomson, State Su
perintenidenit of Education, who spoke
at some lenlgth on (lie advantages ac
* ruing from education, and on the hest
* methods of obtaining the same. He ni
paid Fairfield county, and particular
l y the Winnsboro township, a deserved
comnpliment for the deep intei.est they
have taken in educational affairs. 2
M&j6v Thompson's addreg was suffi
cleiit evidence of the success he has
attaine tate uperltioent of
I."'. itdtalbN q19gg p-am this or apy.
atONO to thi u.1au who, in tho darkest
1ou0 of a4Vorslty, gave hiL (Imo and:
reattalent to perfecting the '00111ulomm i
C0hool systein of our State. It was
1 horculeanl task,bt*the improvement
i the schools of (,very county proves
lthat his efilciency woa equal to the
At the closo of Major Thompson's
Iddress dinner Wis :1nn11oun11ced as1 b4
ig about ready, and the Associatiou
idjourned for an hour and repaired to
Biown's 11otel, where the Citizens had
t dinier prepared iindor the super
vision of Mrs. M. L. 1rown 'or the
cachers and t heir friends. Talit Mrs.
[rowNi knows how to get up a good
linner wVas fully proven by the gener
d diiiappearanme and the re-ap
Carainico of fresh supplies of good
'hings on the table, and the general
,atisfaction expressed by all who par
ook of the lavishing outlay on the oc
Aftbr dinner the Association re-as
-embled in Thespian Hall, when tho
ollowig resolutions wero adopted:
1. That the secretary purchase
)ooks fr the Association inititites,
kild the tre'surmr pay for thei out
) anv fud(is lie imaty have oil 1LInd.
2. 'Tihat the Association reooumend
hat 1411 teahrs of th cot(y pltron
zu anld r(co)nui ienid the 1ducationfl
11onth/y, publilied ii Charlestoui by
Nalker, E4Vanis & Cogswell.
11, That. M I. I. Means Davig read an
,ssay at the next meeting. Sulect
J1tility the pr-aie object (o education.
4. That a comnmitiZe of three be up,
>ilintd by the chair to ilquire into
lie exped'iency of purchasing schooi
looks from te d publishing houses and
lacinig t.hiem in Ihe 1'i1)Ids of, our
clool commulissionler, anld report the
ane at our next. meeting.
[The chair appointed oi such coin
nil.ee Dr. John Boyd, It. Means
)uvis,4tl ev. Willard Rihardsoni.]
5. That the thanks of this Associa
ion are cordially extended to Maj. II.
. Thompson fbr appearing belore
h;em1, and for the words of wisdoi
md advice so cloquently poured oilt
m the occasion.
6. That the thanks of this Associa
ion are hereby Iendered to the citizens
>f Winnsboro for (Ie princely manner
n which they have entertai n'd us.
7. That, the resolution requesting
Jr. It. Mbans Davis to read an essav
tthe next iecting be reconsidered,
ud that the name of Dr. John Boyd
10 substituted, with tle privilege of
bloosiug his own subject.
8. ThatthecRev. B. F. Corlev is re
Iested to openl the subjet, Utilily the
imenic objeot of education, at our next
9. That Miss Henrietta E. Thomas
rparNII- InI eSsay, to e10 re1dI' at our
ext mceting, on the best mode of
10. That this Association stand ad
ourned to meet inyliil lit Union churchl,
ktigust 13, and thait, Lhe presidenit
leliver an essay onl education at that
A SCENE IN TIlE NARRIA(GANsETT Dus
*5sTE.-A l)asscuiger itt givinig i do
criptiont of the scente said: "What,
orritiedl me1 mtost and1( comptelyl un
uerved tile for a (iime was (hat a younig
aan who stood close by mec and was
hamor'ous to get on thme life-raft. blew
is briains out. A voice fronm the raflt
aid: 'If you jumpil on this you will
hiown every w~omian atnd child in it.'
I won't do that,' the young man re
ilied, 'but I will do thlis,' and lalcing
ho revolver to his head, he blew his
SUSITEn, S. C., Nov. 10, 1874.
[mu. W. 11. BARRETTr, Augusta, Ga.:
Deanr Sir--It gives mie great pleas..
Iirc to attlest to the fflicientcy of' the
lills received from you a i'cw daLys
go. They have accomiplishecd ever'y
hing that I dlesired of thoem, and 'I
ave given sevcral to my nicghbors.
~leatse scud( me1( t wo dlozeni muore tor
1se oni myI farm. Very respiectt'ully,
*t24 - ,JNo. C. TisDALE.I
FORl COUNTY COM:MI81ONER.
Mesvr.. Ed~iors: P!eause unnoutnce Mr.
HlARILES DOUGLA-S as a candidate for
ounty Commnissioner of Fairtield, sub
3ct, the result of thie Democratic pr'imary.
RiNIGRTM OF hONOR.
1:IJE re(giilr.r semi-m"ni hly mneetling of True
ir; Ct hierhton(d Looge, No .944, wIll be held in
t.SOi inI t11 his atsternioon) at a o'ceock A fuilt
htOfendance Is (tle( e. nts the eiec, ton of omeercis
'ill be cotide(tred.
E. s. CL!ANDLERI,
RE PO IET
OF TIlIE CONDI'TION OF THlE
VIN NSBOR() NA TI'ONAIL BANK,
T INNE.BORO. in the State of south
Caroina attho close of business,
uIno 11th, 1880.
oans and uliscountis, $84 877 03
verdra~fts, 314 53
.8. Bonds to secure circulation, 75,000 1.0
ue fromt ot.her' National Baniks, 1,759 3d
ueo fromi :sitai. Banks anid Blaiak
ers, 200) 00
cali estate, furnituro and fix
tures, 1,803 45
turrent OXpenl5s and taxos paid, 2,276 92
*ills of other Bankcs, 1,246 00
raetional paper C u r r 0 n c y,
nickels uand pennies 35 70
p)eiol 2,713 40
ogal tender notes, 4,40(0
edomiption fund with U. S.
Ti:casurer (5% of eirculatien), 1,579 40
Total!, $178,206 73
apital stock paid in, *75,000 00
urplus fund 4.060 50
nivided profits, ' 7,913 63
ational Baink notes outstand
Ing, 67,000 00
ividends utnpald, 15 00
ndivlidual deposits subject to
cheek, 18,950 40
ue to other National Banks, 3,266 11
Total, $ 176,2051 73
STATE, OF SoUTH CAnoL,INA,
Clounty of Fairfield, s:
1, T1. K. ELLIOTTr, Cashier of the above
amed bank, do solemnly swear that (lhe
bove statement Is true to the best of my
nowledgo and belief.
T. K ELLIOTT, Cashier,
Suibsoribed and sworn to before me this
2d dayr of June, 1880.
Wu. N. CHANDiLBB, Notary Public,
JAS. BIfATY 'i. ~rectora
B E it enacted and ordained by tWe In
tendaut and Wardens of tho Town
of Wiinnaboro. S. 0., in Council Assem.
bled, and by the authority of the savoie:
1. That thoro shall be a Board of Health
created, t0 consist of three citizens of
the town, one of who ,1 shall be a prj.tii
Ing physiuian, who shall hol-t their oflices
until the first day of May '41oeeding
their ap inent, 311 141uttil their sue
cessors sliall be appjointed.
It. A n,- be it further enacted aind or.
diitiod, that tho membera of said 3o.ard
sl41 be 1anullly appointe,t by each
Town Council as tioon its pracctcble after
the installation of the Intendant and
Wardens into ollco.
111. And be it further enacte(Uind or
dained, that during the iiontli of June,
July, Augut,t and September the said
Board shiat ex imine the premises of all
resicenim of, and pc-r.:us doing buijoss
withiiit, the corporatt Imits of naid town,
at least o ce i moihth. ind report to thl
T-swn (,Council any -iatter whilh, in their
jldgmllent, is deleterious to the )health of
1V. That the memberi; of said Board
shali, in consideration of their sarvic, %,
be exempted fLoi stireot tax while in
V. Aild be it further enacted and or
dained, that amy pers resisting the oil
trance of tlo nienibers ol the said Boarl
upon any part o'f their prelmises, except.
their dwe)lling-hoe , shaill be ilned live
dolla'rs f-r acihel otWl'enco. or be imprisoned
for ton days upoi conviction.
V. And be it turther enatcted nnd or
<fiaided, t'.tt any peri%wn whlo smill feil or
n-glowt jo abatte ipy matit-tr ui,-on their
prmisis, rel orielf by t;e 'Boawid oW
11eal lh is it nui8isince. forI tIIce dayti lifter
1:otice roequirilig 114'4,1110. served by the
'hief of' P. fice. -all b.-e finedi cno dollar
F1or ech .,ay *l's suich railurve 'r neglect. or
he imupri-.m- (I opc day lor each daty's such
lailire or ieglect
vIl. And be it further ( nacted and or.
4tainledl, th-- theim3r4l o Ilealth slijill
at sk., 1'r -n ime1 tco timne, reciort ally miatter
not .'pon the prmllli. s of' Illy citizeni. Jr
evel rot wilhill the4 c041'oolrate lillits,
which ill tiheir juitl..:n1 11njurioulsly ait
fouts t"lt bheat if lte the townt, for the
(Nmiei to tako Huch1 actioi ats it may deem
Under the above Ordinaneo tle follow
inig ciiizen; are appointud a1s such board
t.f heal(h for the year ending Mlay Itst,
1881, viz: Dr. W. K. Turner and Messrs.
W. C. Buty aid 11. M. Hley.
Done in Coiclil this the 30th ()qy of
April, A D. 1880, unlrde the corporato
scal oh two s-ti.1 Town Omncil.
JAS. A. BRICE,
E. 6. (BANDIE,
NOTICE TO IAOCU..
N punrsuac - of an order of the State
Board of Examiners, requiring uni
formity throughout, the State, we hereby
announce that, an examination of tuiachers
for the first gra.de will be hoil on tle -'nd
of July, and for th Second and third
grades on the 3d of July. Certificates for
firt and secolld grades frmc il last. year will
be renewed where teneLeIrs ha%veO given1
satisfact-ion. A nww examnUinat will be
required on any branch on which less
t,ian eighty'per cent. was made hast year,
'.rhird grade ttiachers limst be examined
in 'ull. No othr emilliination will be at
lowed by tie State Board i niil Janunry
next.. Oertificatts not. rnewed are good
only till the the 1st of November.
R. MEANS DAVIS,
T. It. ROBERtTSON,
Co. Bd. xaminers.
A LARGE lot of Wheat Bran at
FINEST Tobacco and Cigars at
TiHIRTY-FIVE Barrels all grades
Wines and Liquors at Donly's.
F?RESH Augusta Flour, Bolted
Meal and Pearl Grits, at Donly's.
A LAR1GB lot of fresh Canned
G1.ods and Fancy Groceries at
ALL XINDS of Garden and
Flower Seeds, Clover and Grass
Seeds at Donly's.
BOOTS, Shoes01, Hatls, Hardware,
C rockery' Ind Glassw~are, Wooden~.
ware' anf ill V1owsvaro at Donly's.
W. II. DONLY,
api 10 On the Corner.
HO0W WATCHE1'S ARE MAD)E.
It, will b3e apparent, to any onie, whlo will ex
amIne 11 sonin OO000 WVA TCH. thalt, aside1 from
the necessary thlickness for en1gn'aving and1(
palishinrg, a i t' e prOpa.)lion of the precious~
meltail ulsed. 13 nleedied only3 to stifenl and1( 1101d
thle enlgramved portons ini place. 11141 supp)ly thle
n cessary sO~Ilty and1( strengthi. 'rhe su1rplus
goldi is alct.uar.y needl10ss so faIr 148 UTILITY and
beauuy~ r.ro conIcerned. in .JA MEs B088' PAT
ENTl GoI-D W1ATCHI CASES4, tIts WAIITI of pre
eIlusfmeta is Iovcomel, and1( tile SASI Sx otimTy
AND) 41TaENGXTU l)4'G1u'4cd lt, from Oo-tird to
one-hlalf of tIle usual11 cost of soli(d cases. '1111
process Is of the most simplo nal1.ure0, as5 fol
lows: a plate of nickel comIposition) metal,
speciaUly aldaplted to t,he purpose3, has1 two IlaItes
of soLID1 GOLD s.oldered one on each side. Th'le
three are thlen passed0( between polished steel
rollers, and1( tihe r'eult h l astrip of heavy plated
composit ion, from whIichi 1.he casos, backs, con
troll, hezzlca, &C,. arb cult and shiapedl by si'ita.
blo dies and1( formors. Theli geld in 111es0 ((ases
1is sufflicintly thic1k to admit, of all. kind.i of
chlastng, engraving and1( enamelling; thle (1n
graved eases have bcen calrried until1 worn per
teot.ly smooth by tIme and1( Us80 withoult, remov
InIg 11he gold.
Tils Is THlEONLY CASE MADE WITH TWO
PLA TEs OF SOLID Of 1.D, AND WVARRANTED)
BY SPECIA L CERTJIFICATE.
For' sa11 by Conner & Chandler 111d(C. Multlr.
Ask for lilustrated Caltalogue and to seo wvar
NOTICE TO CRED ITORtA.
13. IHawley Robertson, as.Executor of the
'Will of Jesse WilrIok, Deceased, va.
Elzabeth Wiriek and Ot,hers.
P URJ.SUANT to an order of the Court
f ommon Pleas for Fairild
(Jounty, made in the abovo-stated ease, all
persons holng blaims, of wrhattoover
nature, against the estate of JESSE WI.
HICK, deceased, are hereby notified1 to os
tabl1>hthe same before the unde~rsigned,
Whsolge, bio.. 4,: Law Xhadg Wnaal
bor,A ...#d. fgre tb h 4 y, of
Agust ~ ~ ,.
WE T3EG L.EAVE to inforn our
customerso and the public generally.
that ve have purchased from letssrs.
McMASTER BRICE & CO. their
entire stock of
HARDW Aft E,
And tbat we will always keep on
hand a FULL AND SE LECTED
STOCK, All we ask is a trial, and
you will find our stock and prices to
J. F. McMASTER & 00.
NBW mpply of Family and Planta.
'! titn Gro ee,C'*q8
J! b). Choice New Orleais MobiNses,
iw hs. Choice Cuba Syrup, besides other
Jackson' best grades Family Flour.
A lot of Patent Family Flour-the best.
in the Boro.
All grades, from the higheRt to the
Peaborry (something now), jio and
Java. Also Parchod Itio and Java.
Bought before the advance, and other
articles too numerous to mention. All
sold at the lowest possiblo prices.
11.). It. FL'.LNILEN.
A large lot of choice Cologne, Ex
tracts, 6oap,Toilet Waters,
Toilot Powder, &c., &c., CHEAP.
JUS-rT lEcEI:VED) BY
McMASTER, B3RICE & CO.
Allen's Lung Balsam, Tutt's Expec
toraut, Ayer's Pect.oral, Bos
chiee's German byrup, Dr'.
Bull's Cough Syrup,
of Tar and Wild
Balsam for the LJungs,
Hegeman's Tolu and Liver%
wort Expectorant, Wild Cherry
Pectoral Wine, Brown's Mixture,
Harter's Lung Balsamn, McLane's
Catarr'h Snnff, McMaster &
Brice's Catarrh SnufE~
Chlorate of Potash Lozenges,
Brown's )Bronchial Trocheeo,
Eley's Carbolic Tr'ochees,
McLane's Lnng Healing G3lobules.
Font SALE BY
MoMASTERI, BRICE & CO.
TO THEL CITIZENS OF FAIRFIELD:
! HAVE established a Sale Statue at
II WI nnsboro, and am prepared to
sell stock stock en very accormmodat
hig torms, either for cash or' on time
until next fall for negotiable p)aper'.
Person!s wiilug to buy or swap~ wifl
do wvell to call oni ny -before purchas
I w ill also pay the highest cash price
CORN AND FODDER
DelIvered at my Stable oun Congreoss
Street, located one door south of' the
jan 20A. WILLIFORD.
6 if?a Runnm!i 831r S
WAIN THE SCENEW
E "CANNOT .. SING TRE OLD
In tho old plae ony ionger. It's
io smnal. 1ot half largu enough
:-r our family, household goods and
rade, therefore we shall break camp
Iuly 1, next, and ostablish new mp
ical.hedquartq.rb in the liadsomne
owl Double Storn
OR. CONG RESS & W1ITAKER STS.
Whoro we shall have the largest
nd finest Musical Waeroooms .in
be entiro South. Before we go,
Vo must, to save heavy expenIso
nd labor of romova', cluse out onr
ntire stock of Pian-m and Organs
ow on hand nd to arrivo prior to
ply 1. To do this we sh.4l inau
urato forthwith a
RAND OLEARINJ OUT SALE,
Commoncing Aiay 15 and ending
uly 1, duiing -wlich time we shall
all a. 31anufaclurers' Wholesale
10 Favorit.e Pianos.
27 Chickering Pianos.
21 Ligh1te & Co. Pianos.
50 Mathushek Pianos.
5 Hallet & Da.is I ianos.
02 Southern Gem Pianos.
8 Guild, Church & Co. Pianos.
44 Sterling Co. Organs.
100 Pelonbot & Co. Organs.
110 Mason & Haminil Organs.
L11 new and just from factory. Also,
00 Second hand Pianos and Or
anls. Most all of them used only
rom ono tv six MOnths Rnd precisly
s g9od as new.
)O.N'T MISS TIL3 CHlANCE
.'o secilrre a fine inst rilment "awful"
heap. Write for Cleju ing Out Sale
oi-cilars and Piice Lists, and he
nick itout it The salu ends July 1,
LU1DDEN & BATES'
Y'holesale P'ianzo anda Organ Dealers,
I1UUH1I0 B0'T0 OM0!GIN.
'fTherefor*e w;e take pleasure in an -
ouneing to our friends andl cua,
omers that we have imade a great
'educt ion in prices of our stock. We
se detormined nevor to bo
Weo n ill give our customers a sp3
*ial benchlt by offering great and
Calicos, Muslins, Swiss, and aill
:inds of White Goods for summer
IREATLY REDUCED PPICES.
Suit.ings, Linen Buntings at great
y reduced Prices.
Cottonades. Jeans and Cassimeres
,t greatly reduced prices.
Just received a new lot of Ladies'
disses' and Children's Slippers.
A new invoice of Gents' Scar'fs,
feckLies and Su nmmer Underwear,
vhich will be sold cheap.
VHITE AND COLORE&D SHIRTS.'
OSQUITO NETTING !
MOSQUIT O 1TETTING !!
'han Ever in Emnbroideries, H.o
siery, Notione, etc.
We now have on hand a full stock
~f Clothing, Boots, Shoes, HIath and
sents' Furnishing Goods dive us
call befom'e buying elsewhemre and
0onvir,cd youm self.
P. M~NlKR & BR D).
~EAT-FOOT Oil, LIsneed ;Q
w en hev dno, ihwl
Be .old t te vey loestcashprics t
our fiend andcustmers
S eRIe,NGcwer GloOes, &c
Call ecrly and tiive o a foug
inseciy O on, bi ghtefritese
an .od a tte vrowedt wasirent
ouvr betr, ndnu xof tersdwemk
Tin Dess higandenow cuts, and but
Trcon Lhoes. in g andlowint, had
krighcu , m e'sgaitrs, loe c oe
hands and thin sLewed scOrow.
Eve ith prcien and weio goro re-o
m~lear and ioseokator ought
Or sthetk ofZilrBohr'fn h
C bttner and ofk ta seein e mae
asseialty and wharrFan.l
OrTee ourhg masur lor cut andlbtd
from soes. ihadIi us
Iare ut bargais itrsof Fe t Haoes--f
-hatd and mtachn Hase~. srwd
N~e thed ciln ackdy Gbabisware Gro-]
cin~erieHos Panwd &ac -oo ouh
forc det metisrad oralok.Cl
-a ad bnye and mae la se.tono
aomonhero or molue isQICKn ALES
OrlaeyoMcALL ro0FITa t eece
erids, He,Pos o
Den e urSkoois,QIKSLS
3ii The highest cash prices w
U. G. DNSPORTE..
WINES AND LIQUQR'
jjWOULD piost respectf\illy infore
ny cistomqrs and the citizens of ah
leld kenerally, that I keep in stock a
till supply of fine Liquors, CJgars
robacco, &c., &c., and guarantee
atisfaction to any one giving me a
rial. My stock consists as follows:
)TARD, DUPUY & CO.'S COGNA0.:
BRAND?S SCIIEDAM GINS.
IAMSEY'S SCOTCH WHISKEY5.
JAMAICA L. D. RUMS.
F. MOlUNO DE MORA. SIERRY
V. MOLINIER PO1T WINE.
. 1. MUMM & CO.'S RHEIMS
GENUINE RHIINE WINE.
AIATOGA PU4R 'IYtE WIIS
qATirAN'S 1863 CABINET RYE
UTRAUSS' IMPERIAL RYE WHIIS.
X'EESE'S "OWN" RYE WIjSKEY.
STONE MOUNTAIN RYE AND
)ELEBRATED PPeEIFFER1 E. RYE
ENTUCKY BOURRON WHIS
?LANTATION RYE WHISKEY.
VIllGINIA. APPLE AND PEACII
L'LANTATION CORN )ArIlSYEYS.
NEW ENGLAND RUM.
FREFNC IH E'S "BOST.ON" GiN.
VER FINE O'.LD CLAJIET WINT.
IhOME RLA DE WENISS,
l-KG EDR Y SdUPER ONG WINE~
1. KE1G SWEET :SCUPPE~RNONG
I KEG SWEET CATA WBA WINE,
BERIGER & ENGE L'S CELEB3RAT.
ISD LAGER BEER ON DR.EUGJ?
3ASS & CO.'S IMPORTED ALE~,
PURE CRAB APPLJE CIDER..
PUIRE NATURAL APPOLONA
CA(ARS~ AND TOBA00O.
[lIIAPSODY-A STRICTLY TEN
I'HE PR]ME MINISTER -CIGAR-S
FOR 26 CENTS.
['HE PUCK CIGAR-8 FOR 24
['HE CORONET CIGAR-a FOR 25
['HE SONORA CIGAR-8 FOR
['HE SMASHER CIGAR-5 FOR 25
['HE LIGHTNING CIGAR-5 FOR
L'HE MONARCH OF TH < SOUTIh
CIGAR-5 FOR 25 C !TS.
['HE MASTER STROKE CIGAg-5
FOR 26 CENTS.
rIHE AMERICAN TWINS 0IQ04
6 FOR 26 CENTS.
PHlE COSTA RICA CIGAR--.8 FOR
FIHE ROYAL SEAL CIGAR---16 "
FOR 26 CENTS,
L'IE ROSE AND LILY CIGARI-14
POR 26 CENTS.
FiHE HAVANA CHA1IOOTS-o
F. -W. BLACKWVELT'S SMQKING
CHE WING TOBACCO-TI
BUMM1~ER1 BEV.ERAIiR. ,
PIlE B3EST MIXED .FVERAGES
OF TflE 8EA SON GERV
AT ALI-HOURS OF'.