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TO D0 COUNTY.
-Tr4 eA idton, four:d0lis #?er
anuf"p adVaice; weekly edition,
tw 6Z and fifty cenits pera1nntm,
iti tV4 0. .L1brol discount to clubs
of fly And' uifirds..
RATEs oip ADvERTif8NG .-One dollar
l>eriich forthe fhst insertion, a aid
lfty'bents per ic fi each sihbsoo .ent
Insel-1iQi. Tiese rates apply tb all ad
vriseients, of .whitever. nat e, and
are;payable strictly in advaneo. Conl
tradts f' threc, six or twelve mont-hs
ma.ife 'oi very liberal toriis.- Trai
,81'ent- loal notices, fifteen conts per
line for the first insertion and seven
ai one-half cents per line for neh
subsequentinsertion. Obituaries and
trilfItes of respect charged as adver
tiscuents. Simple announcements O
marriages id deaths published fe or
charge, and1( solcited.
All communleations. of whatsoever
nature, should be Addressed to the
Win nsboro Publishing Company
W;mongboro. S. C.
It s reported tliat Collector E. M.
Brayton will be removed and that
Warren R. Marshall will succeed him.
The fishing Party that left town on
Wednesday returned yesterday morn
ing after having spent two days of
fine sport on the banks of Broad
NIOHT TRAINs.-On and after Sun
dayp. the 27th inst., the night passun
gor trains will again be run on the
Charlotte, Columba and Augusta
NEW NAMKET B imr..-The town
counil have purchased a new bell for
the market steeple. The old bell has
been taken down and shipped to the
foundry, and the new one swung its
PASSED.-A telegram reecived fron
D. D, Gaillard states that he has suc
cessfully passed the preliminary ex
anitnation and has been adnitted to
the West Point Military Academy.
We are requested to state that the
Rev. T. W. Mellicamp will conduct a
prayer meeting in the Baptist church
this evening at 5 o'clock. H-e will also
preach in the same church on Sunday
at 11, a. in., and 8J, p. it.
Exrass CHAILGES.-The Southern
Express Company has reduced rates on
ice. beer, soda water and fish to this
place about one-half. Its charge is
forty cents per hundred from Colun
bia' anid Charlotte, and seventy-five
,ents from Charleston.
Col.Juo. B. Davis asks us to say
that the date of the meeting of the
Survivors has been changed from
Saturday, the 7th of August, to Fri
day, the 6th of August, as the former
date would be an inconvenient one for
the merchants and business men of
Capt. W. T. Wilson, of Atlanta,
Gia., has been in townt spemling a few
:days looking after thme interest of theI
Davis Sew ingiachinie Comnpainy. The
Davis Machine is deserv'edly pop)ular.
Mr. Bong, the agent for Fairfield, has
sold a great many, and they have
given satisfaiction, ini every instance. *
There will be no services in either
the Presbytsrian or the Associate Re..
formed oh urchies on to-miorrow morn
ing. The iinprovemenits that are he
ing, made npon0i the Presbyter'ian
church have not y et beein completed,
nd the Rev. J. M. Todd has fohund it
necessary to retire from active wor'k
during the summer, in order to recruit.
Reports from different sections of
the county give a very 2'l(oomy and(
dhiscouraging account of the crops.
Thme long seaLson Ot' drought has lhad a
telling etY~ct upon botli corn and coet
ton ; and in sonme places the uphand
corn is damaged beyond recovery.
-But there is no wvisdomi ini becoming
gloomy over the pr1ospecCt, for that will
not do a pa.rticle of good. We predict
that there will be an abundanuce for all,
eveni if the crops are out off and seri
ously damaged by the dry weathcr.
The congregation of' which the Rev.
J. M. Todd has been pastor f'or a numn
ber of years, presentedl him with a
hiorse a fewn dlays ago. Mr'. Todd cx
p)ects to spend par't of the summer in
traveling through the mountains of
Northi Carolina, and for this purpose
will use a horse and buggy, hence the
present was not an inappropriate one.
The R1ev. J. T. Chalmers will occupy
the pulpit of the Associate Reformed
church every Sunday evening during
the summer, and also on the mornings
of.the first and third Sundays in each
PERSONAL.--Mssrs. W. 0. Rion and
and J. B. Douglass, wvho, for the past
year have been students in D)avidson
Col lege,,have returned to their liomes
to sadnf1 theii' vacation. They were
formerly pupils ini Mount Zion Insti
tute, but are now rising sophomores
in Davidson College. We learn that
they have taken very creditable stands
In their class. We wvish thnem a bril
liant career In college and a pleasant
vacation this summer.
Mr. M. B. McMasler is also in
Wlnnsboro on~ vacation after two
years' absence in attemndance at Wof'
ford. Heo took a very creditable stand
in the sophomore examination, and
was one of those specially mentioned
for. .regulaity of attendance, havin'g
mi4se,d.bAtono day in two years.
eMk Diskoi of Boar Creek, passed
thr'ough a few days since on his way
me from the King's,Mountain School.
MooN-rdItAT I3RmV.-Our bachelor
fridsseemtobeogoing. It .recklessly
of l(to, -and now moon-light rides,
drlv s at excursions are tl1e ,order-o
the day-.or morv properly, of the
night. Aotuat.d by a 'kiily feeitg'
BUV,ell.of, tdni itvited .tUG same num;
ber of thoir lady fliend to join .thbi
In one of those forbidden "moon-liglit
rides" on Wednesday evening. After
a short drive In the upper part of town,
the party,.consisting of tburteen, was
erved with refreshing Ice cream at
the parlor of Mr8. Brown's Hotel.
Determined to do ovrything that was
unbachelorliko, these devoted (?) mei.
bors ofthe B. P. U., with their fair
companions, wended their way to the
Interdicted regions of Hock City. Not
oontont with a casual view of that
noted trysting ground, the majority of
the party actually got out of the voi
cles and eqainied the rocky. surround
ings (for geological specinens of
course) and inihaled fihe atmosphere of
that region-which has been declared
by comlpetett authority to be most in
jrilouq in its eIb'ets upon those of the
bachelor persuasion. We understand
the whole affair was one of the
most enjoyable events of the season.
The vehicles used by the party consi.st
ed ofa spring wagon and two four
T 1sUSY, sr. 11'.
A Connunient Ion Upon an 1Iportant and
Acssrs. Editors: No doubt there is
as little attention paid to bees as to
any thing of as much pleasure and
profit known to our people, and why?
Bceausb so few know how to treat
them. You may ask a number of
beekeepers why their bees don't do
as well now as several years ago, and
the majority will answer, "I don't
know. I rob thei in July and Au
gust as I used to. I treat them as my
forcrathters did, and nearly all of then
will die in the winter season. They
swarm two or three times apicce every
spring, and I can't see the reason ther
don't (10 as well is they ever did." I
will answer the question for them and
for the benelit of the bec-keeping pub
1. Bees should be hived inl close.
well-made hivCe, 'ith all the joints
well fitted, set on a good, smoot.h
plank, bench or floor, so that as little
crack as possible will be around the
bottom of (he hive-for there is wylhere
the moth eggs are laid t they hatch in
a few days and canl enter tile hive
throu'gh a very small crack or hole.
2. Bees should not swarm more tiai
once a year, and th way to prevent
their swarmning oftener is unknown to
alhno-t every one in'this country. Af
tr bees swarm the first time they 'Will
want to swarm again ina from eight to
fourteen .days, and these few days'
attention will shape your success with
that hive for the season. Listen at
tentively with one car pressed tightly
against the hive every morning and
evening during the six days, or until
you hear n uncommon nise in the
hive, sounding like a '"dauber," for the
queens will always make a noise for
at least twenty-four hours bcf'ore
swarming. Then light a pipe of to
bacco and smoke them well, commnenc
ing at the threshold. Then raise the
hive up so as to give (lhe smoke free
access to thie bees, and1 in tihe mecantinme
talp litly and1 quickly on thie hive
with a solid suibstanice so as to drive.
the bens to) the top) of the hive. Tin
set itidowni as before and leave them.
This procedure will cause5 them, in the
majority of cases, to kill the young
quelen, they will work harmoniously
uinder thie 01(1 onc-t hereby str'ength
ening the oldl hive with bees. And
here lies the turning-point to success
keep the hive strong.
31. Bees should not. he robbed1 after
the tenth day of ,1lune, anmd thle brood
chamaber neL'ter troublled. They may
lbe robbed wuithI prmopriet.y after t,bey
swarm, imo imatter how early' in the
seaisoni. Never rob close, so 'as to dis
~oIiuner~ thle bees.
4. Iee. cannoi(t. lbe hept. I)rofitabl V in
ol-faishioned1 box hives. Th'le 'best
hiv'es amde ar*e thme Langstr'othi, Butck
Georgia Movable Famue. For thme
benefit of any who amay wish to ptur
clause I will give you my experience
with them, also my opini'on. I own
fortvsvenm hives. indIthme first of the
Seatsonm select ed six of the v'arioums h ives
to test the value andu advanmtages of
them,. I have robbed thmem all twice
From (lie Lanmgstroth.........72bs.
From the Buckeye.............6lbs.
F"rom the Amieirican i............56bs.
F?romi (lie Eureka..........5lbs.
From thme Qulnbv..............46bs.
Fr'iom the Georgia M. JF.,.. .....2bs.
The Georgia Movable Framo was
not subjected to a fair test. Thle Lang
stroth and( the Georgia are decidedily
the cheapest and best, though thme oth
er's have severally some advantages.
But, Messrs. "Editors, to go into
ml inu to det ails, though veiy unmport
aint, wvould be perhaps linposinig oin
your good nmature and( fake tup too
much r'oom in y'our valuable and in.
toresting columns. If yott wish to hear
from me again, I am, yours, obedieut-.
ly, T. WAYLAND SCRUiOG8.
*'-Chemical analysis discloses thle
fact that among (lie'many articles umsed1
for food there are only two, wheat and
milk, which contain all tIhe elenments of
tho human body and in (lie proper
proportion. .Other articles, suc.h as
but1 ter,sungalr, svrtup, and fat, of all
kinds. are wholly~ carb)onaceous, or
heat producinig, so that if a human be
ing woere to atteimpt to live on these
articles alone, his brain and miuscles
wouild star've. Byv actual experimenit
it has beeni foundi that a man could not
survive twvo months on such a diet.
SCULL, SuorOALs, GAu., Girecne Co.
Mn. ~. IT. August 3, 1876.
Mn. . H.BAnnErT:
Dear Sir-I have sold DRi. GILD
ER'S PILLS for the past twvo years
anmd find thtat all In tils neIghborhood
approve them. The phystlians have
recommended them, and the people
will have none other. They are better
LIVER PILLS than any I have any
knowledge of. Very respeetilly,
- ubscribe to Tn NEwn ANDU IfER
E it onnoted and ordained by the In- 1
tendant and Wardens of the Town
of Winnthoro. H. C., in Concil Ason
bled. and by the authority of th sale:
I. That there shall be a'loard of Health
ereated, to consist of throo oitizoila of
the town, one of who ii shall be a pre.ctia.
ing iphiiian, who shall hol-I their ofices
usnt[ the first day of A, sucoceeding
I thoir appoin11tiut, and until thuir suu
Iescors shaitli be appointed.
II. And be it further onoted and or
dained, that the imeimbers of maid Board
shall be annually appointed1 b y eao
Towj Counoilas no as prat-ticabio after
the installation of tho Intendant, and
tWardeis into offoco.
Ill. And bo it turther enacted and or
daitted, thiatdtiritig the imontls of June
July, August aid Sptember the saxi(I
DBoard shall exin the premises of all
reidents of .and perstons doing buinoss
vithin, the corporato liuits of' ,aid town,
at least on1e a monh, and( report to the
Town Council any niattor which. in their
juiigment., is deletorious to the health of
IV. That the members of sai.d Board
shall, it) comiiierationi of their sorv;o s,
be fixempted from .street tax whilo in
V. And be it further enacted and or
daitied, that any person rcsisting the on.
tranco of the macmbers of the said Board
111)01 iny part of their- promises, except.
their d8elling-hiouses, shml be fine(I five
dollars fir each oft''e, or be imprisoned
for ten days upot conviction.
Vi. Ani be it further cinmted cnd or
daided, that. any per:son vho shall fiil or
n1eglect to ahato any matter upon their
romies, ral orted by the Ilonid of
fealth as a nuisanceo, for three days after
notica requiring the sime, served by the
Chief of %licm, shall bo fined one dollar
for each day's such ftailure or neglect. or
be im prisoned ono day for each day's such
failure or neglect.
VII. And be it furthor enacted and or
daineil, that the Board ol flealth shall
a'so, fr mi time to time, report any matter
not upon the prvmiiiseH of any citizen, or
even rot within the corporate limits,
which int their jIdgient injuriously af
feats the health of the the town, for the
Council to take such actioi, as it may doem
Under tho above Or.linneo the follcw.
inIg citizons are appointed its such board
of ealtth for the year ending May 1st,
1881, viz: Dr. W. K. Turner and Messrs.
W. C. Benty and 1H. T. lIuy.
Done in Council this the 30th iay of
April, A D. 1830. under the corperate
seal of toe s-tid Town Council.
JAS. A. UBRICE,
E. S. CHANDLER,
A LARGE lot of Wheat Bran at
FINEST Tobacco and Cigars at
THIRTY-FIVE Barrels all grades
Winos and Liquors at Donly's.
FRESH Augusta Flour, Bolted
Meal and Pearl Grits, at Donly's.
A LARGE lot of fresh Canned
Goods and. Fancy Oroceries at
ALL INDS of Garden andi
Flower Seeds, Clover and Grass
Seeds at Donly's.
BOOTS, Rhoes, Hats, IHardware,
Crocker.y and'i Glassware, 'Woodon~.
ware and Willow ware at Donly's.
GIVE me a call and got a bargain.
W. HI. D)ONLY,
api 10 On tihe Corner.
HO0W WATCHES Alm MA DE.
1. Wvill be aipparenlt to any OII0, who wvill en
amine a So1,in GOt.n W A TCn. thati. nsidle from1f
tihe net'cssary thickness r enCtgraving anmd
polhishling. a I I-ga pr'op stlon of 11 hLercious~
ami a('l 1er is needed onily tO o tltT(in a nd held
II (!essary solidit y and )f st."'agth. TIhe sturplusI
gold is actual;y uiectless; so -ar asx UTIJ.rry andI
beauty avIi' Pnored in JAII1'8 H(ms' PAT
ENT oLDWA CilCASE, tis arxof pr*e
('totls metal is overcome, and thie sAMs 50J,lnrTY
ANI) STREPNoTi'l llrodIuced( at. fromn one-thiird to
one-half or the( uasual co-t of :01ll3 cases. Th'ils
process is or lhe most 53'mp1e natutre, as fol
lows: a phato or n)ickel 'omaposiltion mletal,
sp)ecialiy adaptcd to tihe purpose)5, hsas two plates
of SoLID) GOLD) soldered one on each side0. Thie
t.iraee ar:e t,hens passed between polished steei
rollers, and lihe result is a st rip of heavy p''ilat ed
compllosition, from which t,he cases, backs, ceni
tres, bezzles, .te,. are citt and shsased by suit a
ble dies andC formers. The gold in thies ecases
Is sufliclent,hy thhtck to admit or all kindts or
chasing, engraving and cenmeling; the en
gratved eases have been carried unIti worn per
fectly smooth by ime andI uso without, remov
ing the gold.
THlIS8 Tl!E ONLY CASE MADE WITII TWO
P'LATiEs OF soUlI OLD, AND WARRIANTfED
nIY SPEUIA L CElIfTIFICJATJE.
F'or sale by'Connor &~ Uhandler and C. Muller.
Ask for Illust,ratLed Catalogue and( to see wvar
rant.. mlh 11-4x1y.
F IN E L IQ UOR S.
N ATHANS 1BROS.' Old Cabinet Rlye,
13,Old Rtoanoko Whiskey, 1860t.
Also, Rlottordamn Bransdy. Cold ]Hami for
lunch fronm 11 to 1 o'clock every day.
' HAVE recently mado extensivo addi1
1tions to my stock of WVines and
liquors. whioh consists of a full assort
ment of Ryo Whiskey, Corn Whiskey..
French Birandy, Ap)pio Birandy, Poach
Brandy3, Sherry WVino, bcti~enppnong Wine,
Chainpagne, ete , ete.
frU- I claim to sAll the IiNEST AND
PUREF.ST1 RYE WVHISKElY to be had In
Winnsbhoro. Give it, a tr'ial.
SEGARS AND TOBAC(10,
in groat, variet.y, and adapted to the tastes
Call at thea PAL'VTTO HOUSE, In the
Wilnnsboro Hotel building.
DR. W. E. AIKEN, i
Denigs Medlelnes Toilet rGooa,t..
W E BEG LEAV1 to inform our
customers and the publio generally.
that we have purchased from Messrs.
McMASTER iRICE & CO. their
entiro stock of
And that we will always keep on
hand a FULL AND SELECTED
STOCK. All we ask is a trial, and
you will find our stock and prices to
J. F. MoMASTER & CO.
A NEW supply of Family and Planta.
16 bbls. Choe New Orleans Molansgs,
210bbls. Choico Cuba Syrup, besidcH othelr
Jackson' best grades Family Flour.
A lot of Patent Family Flour-tho best
in the Boro.
All grades, from the highet to the
Peaberry (something new). Rio and
Java. Also Parched Iio and Java.
Pought before the advance, antl other
articles too n1umcrous to me'dion. All
sold at the lowest possibin prices.
I). II. F LE NNJI&N,
A large lot of choice Cologne, Ex-.
tractA, Soap,Toilet Waters,
Toilet Powder, &c., &c., CREAP.
JUsT REcEIVED nY
McMASTER, BRICE'& CO.
Allen's Lung Balsam, 'iutt's Expec
torant, Ayer's Pectoral, Bos
che'4 German Syrup, Dr.
Blull's Cough Syrup,
of Tar and Wild
Balfsam for the .tunugs.
H-egeman's Tolui and Liv'er%
wor t Expectorant, Wild Cherry
Pectoral WVine, Brown's Mixture,
H-arter's Lung llsam, McLanie's
Catarrh Snnlr, M~cM[aster &
Birico's Catarrh Snuff,
Sage's Cat arrh
Chlorate of Potas~h Lozengeo,
Brown 's Bronchiaml Trochees,
Eloy's Carbolic Trochees,
McLane's Lung Healing blobulos.
Fon SALE BY
MoMASTE R, .BICE & CO.
TO THE CITIZENS OF FAIRFIELD:
I~ . AVE esfablishied a Sale Sint>le at
WVinnsboro, and1( amIf preparedl to
Sell stockc slock on1 very accommoda(t1.
imiE terms,i eit.her for s on ltne
unit il next Iall for negotiable paer
Persons wishing to buy or sway wvill
do well to call on me before p)urchIas.
I will also pay the highest cash price
CORN AND FODDER
Delivered at my Stahlc on C'ongress
Street, located oneC (door south of the
Se ' LI~.est Sel
Is lNUTY& 0.
YuSt"receiv0d and to arrive in a few
ELgnt C1ashmere Herunni Dr
Goods,Momie cloh, utng c
A ieasrmn-f ai4s uhs
kind at the ARNE &TORK
pest eior woII do n iot a ik s a e
lleay an goOive boari bstor tho rug
inct' i on,a itd Vilc,m ljb'
Our stock ofs Zeie BoUtIhier.'fn he
Nevr oft, andmi othes, kin we mak
A i speciOtal and warant. i Iadn
Lensh)ess high nd ~low uts, andobut
Ton shoes, in g andierow [und
Hi chit en' ies, lea,Gow's cu. ho,
hand fand, imfacino)rewed.dscrewod.
Eve theiO childre an bies welfre rt.
membo re and a n io selcator ought
OCal a t o andw makr a elon of
O Cssio r of uir B tl erlann la he
VOr e or ano fcor ksit welected
fro spialmles. rnt
Rjcan barginshg iia ow Fel Hs, dbtf
Ko gos in hhraeorv Glasarv Gro
Eich dct ment gits, ady fori aloo--l
and band mahio sir-aed. Hrwd
.oe ther oualcra motto1 ib QUICK SAES,r
ollat oneadSkes, lcto ,
Dhsi oe r 131ins,Famnl
Or hiiO o r ins,frasutsoe
.Nc, gods n Coc Coon(4lSkwie, o
Rooio hRabb init ins.IIJ LS
may Fo. 2in
Bee, od Ar Ol,Coongress~
For alat nrn ia,,
MIAIN ;THE SCENE
'WE CANNOT - SING TH 0I1
In the old plano any longer. It's
too small. hot half lirgo cnoigh
frr our family. housohold goods and
trido, thoroforo we shall broak camp
July 1, next, and entiahlish nlow mu
sioal headquiartorm in the hllnsoao
1W Dmiblv Store
COlt. CONRO ES & W1IlTPAK ER S1'S,
Where wo shall hlvo the larest
and finest Musical Warorooni in
flhe litiro South. Beforo we go,
Wo must, to iave heavy exponso
and labor of removal, close out our
0ntiro Htock of Pianos and OrgaIn
now on liid antd to arrivo prior to
July 1. To do this wo ohall inan
gi-ate forthwith a
CMAND 0LMARINa OUT SALE,
Commnening May 15 and mnding
July 1, during which. timn wo shall
so(ll ait ManiuufacturHIor' W~hiolesale
10 Favorite Pianos.
27 'hiekering Pianos.
21 Lighto & Co. Pianos.
50 Atthulshek Pianlof).
5 Pallot & Dii,is I innos.
(2 Southern Gem Pianos.
28 Guild, Church & Co. 1Pi,no-s.
44 Sterling. Co. Organs.
1.00 Pelollbet, & C'. Oigans.
110 11a1son & Hiamiin Organs.
All iiw ai(n just. from favlory. Also,
100 Second hitnd Piawti aod Or
g Ans. Most all of. thilm use-d oily
from one tv six montl h ad precisely
ats good ats nlew.
DO.N"T A IS 'l 8 TiS CilANCE
To secuire . fine instrmneit 'awful"
lcp. Writ, f(Ir. Ceainig Out Sale
Circulars and Prim Lints, and be
quick about it The sale e-nds July 1,
LUDI)EN & I TES'
Whollle Pial and m Organ Dealers.
Therofore we take plo surn in an
noun<fed2IO to) our friends and( cuu4
tomorsI that we have ma'ido a gre(a ,
reductl ion in piricos of our stock. We
are doterminea never to be
We n ill givo onr customers a p
cial boeilt by olering great and1
Calics, Muslhins, Swiss, and all
kinds of White Goods for summer
GREATLY REDUCED PP ICES.
Snitings, Linen Buntings4 at grat
ly reduced Pricos.
Cotton ades,. Jeans and Cassi mores
at gr'eatly rodneeod pr.icos.
Just recived a now lot of Ladies'
Misses' and Childron's slippers,
A new invoice of Gents' Scarfs,
Neckties and Summiner Under wear,
which will be soldi che:ap.
WHITE AND COLORlED SHIRTS.
MOSQUITO NETTI,NG !
MOSQUITO NETTNG !!
Than E'vor in Embroid(erios, Ho
We now have on hand a full stock~
of Clothing, Boots, hboes, Hats aind
(Gents' Furinishuing Goods' Iivo us
a call before buying elsewhere and
convince your aclf.
P.lNIIHKHI & BRUD.
INE~ATS-F~OT Oil, LInseed 01,
Oliv Oil, Castor Oil -(cold
pressedl), ('nstor. 01l (comdzfion), Cod
Livor' Oil-puro, Scott's EmuuIsin,
Castor Oil, Eimuilslon, r'eady for so in
For saIe at the Drug Store oT
- W, E, AIEN
WOULD most r6spectfully Infori
My ctistone's muid the citizens of lir,
lield goerally, that, I keop in stock t
111 supply of tino Liquors, Cigars,
Tobacco, &o,, &c., alI guarantoo
satisfictionl to Any ono giving mo a.
trial, My stock consists as follows:
1171PORTED LIQt'O.R L.
OTARD, DUPUY & COM.'S COGNAQ
Bt AN DIES.
BRANYS SCITIEDAM GINS.
1AAIEY'S SCOTCI WHISKEYS,
JA MAICA L. ). RUMS,
F. 310RIXO DE "MMA SHERRY
F. MOLINIER PORT WINE.
G. 11. MUMM & CO.'S RUELMS
GENUINE IHINE WINE,
SAIZATOGA PUlRE RYE WIllS,
NATIAN'S 1863 CABINET RYE
STRAUSS'IMPEJ IAL RYE WI-ISP
K EESE'S "OWN" RYE WIHISKEY,
STONE MOUNTAIN RYE AND
ROCK. W lillSKEY.
CELEBRATlED PIEIFFER E. RYl
KENTUCKY IOURBON WIUS,
PLANTATION EYE WIIUSKEY,
VIRHGINIA APPLE AND PEACH
SN0I'llI CA ROLINA SWEET MASI1
PLA,NTATON CORN WHISKEYS,
GIN ElI IRANDY. -
NEW ENGLAND RUM.
FII ENCIE'S 'OS6TON" GIN.
VERY FINE OLD CLARIET WINE,
1 K EG DI)IY SCUP.PERINONG AVINE,
I KG J(I SWEET SCUPPERLNONU
i K(E SWEET CATJAWBA.WINE,
l1El~GlER & I'NG EIS .CELEBiRAT.
EDLAGElR BEER ON URAUGIPlT
BASS & CO.'S IMPORTED ALE,
PURE CRAB APPLE CIDER1,
PULRE NATURJALJ APPOLONA~
R 1S WATER.
COAR AND TO!4BACCO~
RHIAPSODY-A STRICTLY TEN~
TIHE P IMEH MTINISTrER CIGAR-S
FOR 253 CENTS.
THLE P'UCK CIGAR-8 FOR 25
THLE CORONET CIGAR-3 FOR 25
THlE SONORA CIGAR-3 FOR
TILE SMASHER CJGAR-.-5 FOR 25
TilE LIGHTNING CIGAXR-5 FOR
TH'IE MONARCH OF THlE SOU,TH l
CIGAR-5 FOE 25 CENTS,
TIlE MASTER STROKE CIGAP.,-5
FOR 25 CENTS.
TIHE AMERiCAN TJWINS CIGAIl
5 FOR 25 CECNTIS,
T HlE COSTA RICA C1GAR-3B FOR
TH'IE ROYAL~ SEAL CIGAR-1.0
FOR 25 CENTS.
TIlE 1BOSE AND ILY CIGAR-10
PORI 25 CENTS.
'1I CENTS EACH.
'T. W. BLACK WELL'S SMOKING
CHE WING TOBA CCO-TH REE
* SODA WATSRt".
TIHE BEST MIXED BFV.10RAGES
OF TIlE SEA SON SERV5D'V
AT ALL IlOURISO'
TIlE DAY, TO SUIT Tr I Mb8'
FASTIDIQUS TAS SC.~W 4
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