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It is reported that Collector E. M.
13rayton will be removed an( that
Warren R. Marshall will succeed him.
The fishing party that left town on
Wednesday returned yesterday morn
ing after having spent two days oC
- flue spdrt ou the banks of Broad
NIGHT TRA4s.-On and after Sun
day, the 27th Inst., the night. passen
ger trains will again be run on the
Charlotte, Columba and Augusta
NEW- MARKET BELL.-'r--The town
council have purclhased a now bell for
the market steeple. rhe old bell has
been taken down and shipped to the
foundry, and the new one swung its
PASSED.-A telegram received from
D. D, Gaillard states that he has suc
cossfully passed the preliminary ex
aniination and has been admittvd to
the West Point Military Academy.
We are requested to state that the
Rev. T. W. Mellicamp will conduct a
praye Meeting in the Baptist church
this evening at 5 o'clock. H1e will also
preach in the same church on "Sunday
at 11, a. in., and 8j, p. in.
Ex-nESs CIARWES.-The Southeri
Express Company has reduced rates on
ice. beer, soda water and fish to thi's
place about one-half. Its charge is
forty cents per hundred from Colun
bit and Charlotte, and sevent y-five
.olits fron Ciarleston.
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 he an inconvenient one for
the merchants and business menU of
Capt. WI. T. Wilson, of Atlanta,
Ga., has been in town speninig a few
days looking after the interest of the
Davis Sowing}~iachine Company. The
Davis Machine is deevel popular.
'Mr. Bong, the agent for Fairfield, has
sold a great many, and they havec
given aatisfaiction in every instanuce. *
There will be no services in either
the Presbytsrian or~ the Associate Rie
formed ch urdcs on to-muorrow morn
ing. The implrovements that are he
ing made uplonl the Presbyterain
church have no)t 3 et b)een completed,
nid the Rev. J. M. Todd has tfound it
necessary to retire from active work
during the summer, in order to recruit.
Reports from different sections of
the count.y give a very gloomy and
dliscouraginag accouni, of the crops.
TLhe long sealson (of drought has had a
tellinig effect uplon b0thI corni and1 cot
ton ; and inm some places the nmplanmd
corn is damaged beyond recovery.
-But there is no wisdom ini becoming
gloomy over the prospect, for that will
not do a particle of good. We pre'dict
that there wvill be an abundance for all,
even if the crops are cut off and seri
ously damstged by the dry weather.
The congregation of whieh the Rev.
J. M. Todd has beenipastor for a num
ber of years, presented him wvith a
hnorse n few dayB ago. Mr. Todd ox
pects to spend part of the summer in
traveling through the mountains of
North Carolina, amnd for this purpose
wIll use a horse and buggy, hence the
present was not an lnap)prop)rlate one.
Thue Rev. J. T. Chalmers wvill occupy
the pulpit of the Associate Reformed
church every Sunday evening during
the surnmer, and also on the mornings
of.the .frst and third Sundays in each
PERSONA L.-Messrs. W. C. Rioni and
and J. B. Douglass, who, for the past
year have been students iIn Davidson~
College,,havo returned to their homes
to spond their vacation. They were
formerly pupils in 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 wish them a bril
liant career in college and a pleasant
vacation this summer.
Mr. M. B. McMaster is also in
WVinnsboro on vacation after two
years' absence in atten'dance at Wof
ford, lie took a very cr'edliable stand
in the sophomore examination, and
1Was one of those specially mentioned
for. regularity of attendance, havig
midsed hAut eine day in two years.
Mr. INo, of' Bear Creek, passed
through a few days since oni his way
home from the King'sMountalu School.
MOON4aIGrUT DRrvE.-Our bachelor
frJerides seem to.be going. it .recklessly
of la te,.and now moon-light rides,
drivna or e.nin aren thn o.Ade. of
the day--or, more properly, of tie
night. Actuated by a kindly feellig'
sov.on of thoni invited th' same num
ber of thoir lady fiend to join .thbin
in one of thpse forbidden "moon-light.
ridcs"on lVo0A0sday'evenbig, After
a short drive In the upper part of town,
tho party, consisting of fourteen, was
erved with refreshing ice crean at
the parlor of Mrs. Brown's Iotel.
Determinled to do evything that was
I unbachelorliko, theose devoted (?) mem
bors of the B. P. U., with their fair 1
I Companions, wended their way to tho li
intordieted regions of Rock Ciy. Noti
oontout with a casual view of that
noted trysting ground, the majority of
the party actually got out of the void
cles and eqami tied the rocky surround
ings (fir geological specimens of
Cour11Se) and inhaled I he itlosphiere of
that. regionl-whiel has been declared
by Competent anthority to ble most in
jurious in its efMets uponl those of the
bachelor persuasion. We understand
the whole aflair was one of the
most enjoyable events of the Season.
The vehicles used by the party consist
ed of a spring wagon anld two four
TI E isUS I-, it usy , i j.
A Comnuinicnation Uion nn imlportant and
.Messrs. .Aditors: 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?
Becaus6 so few know how to treat
them. You may ask a number ofi
beckeepers why their bees don't do
as well now as several years ago, and,
the majority will answer, "I don't
know. I rob them in July and Au
gust as I used to. I treat thei as my
foreftthers did, and nearly all of (heil
will die in the winter season. They
swarm two or three ties apiece everv
spring, and I can't see the reason they
don't do as well as they ever did." I
will answer the question for them and
for the benefit of the bee-keeping pub
1. Dees should be hived in close.
well-made hivee, with all the joints
well fitted, set on ia good, smooth
plank, bench or floor, so that as little
crack as possible will be around the
bottom of the hive-for there is where
the moth eggs are laid ; they hatch in
a f ew days and can enter the hive
through a very small crack or hole.
2. Bees should not swarm more than
onee a year, and the way to prevent
their swarming oftener is unknown to
alimot every one in'this country. At*
tw- bees swarm the first time they 'will
want to swarm again in 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 ear pressed tightl%
against the hive every morning and
evening during tle six days, or until
y'ou hear an nulcomnmon noise in the
hive, sounding like a ''dauber," for thme
queens will always make a noise for
at Jeast twenty-four hours before
s warminhg. Then light a pipe of to
bacco and smoke them well, commnenc
ing at thie threshold. Theni raise the
hive up so as to give thie smoke free
access to the bees,anid ini the meanlitme
talp lightly and1( quickly onl the hive
wvith a solid substanice so as to db.ive
lhe bees to (lie t.op of the hive. Th<nU
set itiown asc before and leave thiem.
This procedure will cause them, in the.
majority of cases, to kill (the young
quen, they will work harmoniously
under thie old one-t herehy strength
ening the oldl hive with bees. And
here lies thie turning-point to success
keep the hive strong.
3. B3ees should not. be rob)bed after
the tenth day of .Juine, and the brood
chatiiber near') troubled. They ayu
be robbed with pilropriety afie'r t.he'v
swvarm, nio umatter how early in (l'e
seasonj. Never rob close, so 'as to dis
4. Iks caninRot be lkept pro)tit ably in
oldl-tfashioned box hiive's. Tlhe 'bestj
hives iimade arme the Langstrothi, Buck-'
eve, Anwr'ticani, .Eureka(i, Qmuinbv and1(
Georgia Movale Frmamne. For the
beneib ofuany who mmay wish to pur
chase .I willI give you my experience
with them, alo tmy ophinIi'on. I oIwn
forty-sevena hives, aiuthe first otf (lie
seasoni select ed six of' the various hives
to test thle valute and( adivantages of
theum. I have r'obbcd them all twice
From the Langstroth.........2s.
From the Burkeye.............56bs.
From the Americani ............56llhs.
Fr~iom (lie Eiurcka..........5lbs.
From the Quinby..............6lbs.
Fr'iom the Georgia M. F,,.. .....62lbs.
The Georgia Movable Frame was
niot subljectedl to a lfair test. The Lana'
stroth and the Georgia are decidedl'y
the cheapest and best, though the oth
cras have severally some adivant ages.
,But, Messrs. "iCditors, to go into
minute details, though very import
anit, wvould be perhapsl) imp)losing oin
your good inturie and take up too
munch room in your valuable and in
terestlng columns. If yoti wishi to heari
from me again, I am, yours, obedient
ly, T. WAYLAND SCnI;oos,
-Chemical analysis discloses the
fact that among (lie many articles used
for food there are oiy twvo, wheat.amid
milk, which contain all the elements of
tho human body and in (lie proper
proportion. .Othier articles, such as
butteri, sugar, svrup, and fat of' all
kinds, are wholy c3 arbonacous, oir
heat producing, so that if a human be
lng were to attempt to live on these
articles alone, his bralin and mitseles
would starve. Bly actual experiment
It has been found that a ':nin could not
survive two months on sulch a diet.
SCUL SIJOALs, GA., Greene Co.
Mu. .Aungust 3, 1876.
Dear Sir-I have sold DR1. GILD
ER'S PILLS for the past t wo years
and find that all in thIs neighborhiood
approve them. Tihe phlysicians have
recommended them, and the people
will have none other. They are better
LIVER PILLS thant any I have any
knowledge of. Very respectfully,
*119IH Exar MOORE.
-ubscr'ibe to Tm:~ NEws .WDn IfEn
B3E it onnoted and ordained by the In..
tendant and Wardens of the Town
of Winntboro, 8. V., in Council Aim-i.
bled. and by the anuthortty of tho sawim:
1 1. That thoro shall be a'Board of Health
created, to consist of threo citizei of
the town, ono of who it shaill bo a pre.cti*. .
ing phyieian, who shall holi their offlces
until the first day of May succeeding
thoir appoilntmnt, and until their suto
cessors iall be appointed.
I. And be it further enacted and or.
dainod, that the memibers of said Board
shall be annually a1ppoint(d by each t
Towu Counoil soon as n practiuablo aftor
the iistallation of tho Intenidant and I
WirderiH into oflico. .
Iii. And be it furtther enacted aid or
dited, thait dtItig tho ionthl of June, c
July, August and Septenlber the saidi
Board shull examino the premises of all
retidonts of', and person.4 doing buinoss
within, the corporate limits of haid town,
nt leapt once a month. aid report to the
Towt Council any ntter which, in their
judgment, is deictorious to the health of
1V. That. the nenberg of sai.d Board
shall, iw eousitieraion (if (heir seric s,
ho Oxvllpted from street tax whilo in
V. And be it further enacted and or
dalined, that iy person resisting the en
trance of tho nembers of the said Board s
nyoll an1y part of' their- premise.S, except
their diu%elling-houses, shall bo finvtd live
dollars f%r eaci oiYenco. or be imprisoned
for telay u1po;k conviction.
VI. Anid be it further cm-eted nid or
daided, tHiit auy permon wh-I,o sia1lI fiil or
neglect to ahaln ally matter upon their
pri'mi!;e", rol orted by cthe Boaid of
lcaith as it nuisicto, for three days after
notien retpiring the stne, served by the
chilf of' Pkilico, shall ho iiied ono dollar
for each day's tch failtro or negloct, or
be i mprisoned (110 day for each diay's such .
failtre or neglect.
VIL And be it irther enacted and or
dained, that the Board o llcalth shall
a'so, fr im timo to titme, reiort any tiatter
not itpon the premises of any itizen. or
even rot. within the corporate limits,
which in their judgment injuiously taf
fets the health of the the town, for the
Council to take such actioi as it may deem
Under tho above Ordinance toe follow.
ing citizons aappoiiited as suih boarl
of health for the year ending May ism, i
1881, viz: Dr. W. K. TurIner and 3lessrs.
W. C. Beaty and It. MT. lluey.
Done in Council this tho 30th 6ay of
April, A D. 18140. under the corporate
seal of tue said Town Council.
JA8. A. BRICE, 1
E. . CHANDLER,
A LARGE lot of Wheat Bran at
FINEST Tobacco alni Cigars at
THIRTY-FIVE BIarrels all grades
Wines and Liquors at Donly's.
PRES1 Augusta Flour, Bolted
Meal and Pearl Grits, at Donly's.
A LARGSR lot, of fresh Canned
GGods and1. Fancy Oroceries at
ALL I(INDS of Garden and
Flowver Seeds, Clover and Grass
Seeds at DIonly's.
BOOTS, Rhoes, IHats, Hardwvare,
Crocker.y and' Glaaswar~e, W\oodon~
waro and 'Willow wtare at Donly's.
GIVE moc a onll and get a bargain.
W. IH. D)ONLY,
api 10 Ott the Corner.
110W WATCHES ARE MAU)E.
it. will be apparent to any oneo, who wvill ex
aUlmn aI 89jt01.11 . W A TCI. that. aside from
t.he ne1cessalry thickness tiir engralvinig and
polishing. a I l'ry ipr- )i* 14.)1n orf t heo piCouIs
me4tasil 15 nedi d on'C ly 11't stilTfen a( nd1ho(d
t,heenlgravedotion.1 (ll ini pl -a and supply th 114
nI Cossary sIlillilly and stenagthI. Tile suirpilus
gold isj actu1) al , ilt'S: so .ar as r:vn.rrv at nIl
haua. eenl..Prne:l Iln JAi ES nOS1S*' PAT
EiNT G01LD WATCil CASES. this wartR of pre
Ci(1us mnet al islovercomae, and11 ihe SIM aSOr,rIT 1r
A S.rano-ru0T 1ro0lue a10( T. from one(-l hi'd to
oIne-halir er thle ulsuall cot or 01(1 caHss. TisI
pirdcess is of tile most, X'mple nat.ure, as5 fot
lOws: a pltaite or ntekel comeposillIon muetal.
sipeela1ly adapted .ito the purpose, has1 1 w~O platesC.
of SoILID) GO)LD Hoidered onle 01n each stdle. The
t.hreeC a: e then passed bietweena polished steel
rollers, ant thea resutl. is a 5(t-ip of heavy ilaLted
compsi)tion, froem which t,he caIses, backs, con..
tres, tmle1s, to,. are Cut andu shlaped b)y sulia
ble (ties and formers. TVhe gold in thesC cases
ls suflictent-ty thick to admlit Of all inds(1 of
chlasing, enIgraving andc enlaaelng; t.he en
graved cases5 haIvO been carried until worn per~
fectly' Smlooth i)y time and use without. remor
InIg IhIo gold.
TIllS IX THlE ONLY CASE MADE WITnTl TWO
PL,ATcs OF 801L11 oOLDt, AND WARIIANTED)
IIY SPECI A L C El ITIFVItATE,
FAr sale b)y'ConInor & ChIanlder and1( C. Muller.
Ask for Ilustr'ated Catalogue andi to see wvar
rant.. melh lI..txly .
F I NE L IQ UOR S.~
'NTATTrANS BROS.' Old Cablinot Rye,
IlN tl;3, Cid1 Roanoke WVhiskey, 18601.
Also, Riotter~dtam Brandy'. Cold Nam01 for f
lunch front 11 to 1 o'clock overy day.
I HlAVE recently mado extensivo addi
tions to my ntock of Wilnos and
liquors, which consists of a full assort
ment oaf Rye Whiskey, Corn Whiskey..
French Blrantdy, Apple Brandy, Peach
Brandy, Sherry Wino, Scleperong~ Wine, I
Chlamp~agne, eto , etc. .
PD'' I claitm to sAll the FINEST AND
PUREST RYE WV1HISKEY to bo had in
Wlnnuboro, Glive it, a trial.
I also also k. op on han d a full supply of
SEGARS AND TODACCO,]
in groat variety, and adapted to the tastes
Call at the PAL"JETTo HlOUSE, in the'
WVinsboro Hlotol building.
DRI. W. E. A IN EN,
-DEAL) R IN'
Drngs, Medicines, Toilot, Goods, etc.
WE BEG LEAVE to inform our
ustomers and the public generally.
hat we have purchased from Messrs.
JcMASTER BRICE & CO. their
ntiro Stoek of
And tiat we will always keep on
and a FULL AND SELECTED
TOCK. All wo ask is a trial, and
Ion will find our stock and prices to
J. F. MeMASTER & CO.
NEW supply of Family and Planta.
- tionl Gloori1-em.
15 bbls. Choico New Orleans M11olasos,
D bbls. Choico Cuba Syrup, besides other
Jackson' best, grades Family Flour.
A lot of Patent Family Flour-the best
i the Boro.
All grades, from the higho't. to the
Peaberry (somethiing new), Rio and
ava. Also Parched Itio and Java.
Bought before the advance, anda oherm
ricles too nuimerous to neitiou. All
ld at the lowest, possiblo prices.
1). 11. L NN ,
large lot of choice ColoWnC, EX
tracts, Soap,Toilet WNaters,
oilet Powder, &c., &c., CHEAP.
JUs'r REcEIVED By
McMASTER, BRICE & CO,
COUGI H EINE
tilen's Limg Balsam, Tutt's Expec
torant, Ayer's Pectoral, lBs..
che's German Syrnup, Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup,
of Tar and Wild
B3alsamu for the .aungs,
Helge man's Tolu and iAver%
wor t Explect orant, Wild Cherry
ecctoral Wine, B3rowni's Mixture,
Hlarter's Lung Bail sam, MrcL4ane's
Catarrh Sn nf, McMaster &
Brico's Catarrh Snuff,
Sat o's Catrrh
Chlorate of Potash Lozenges,
Brown's Bronchial Trocheon,
Eloy's Carbolic Trochees,
IcLane's Lung Healing (blobulos.
MoMASTE R, .BRICE & CO.
'0 THlE CITIZENS OF FAIRFIELD:
H AVE estoaied a1al10 alea
W'innsb oro, and amprepared(t
t'lI stock sIoc k on ver accommodat.
1mg terms, either' for cash or on t.iime
ifil next fall for' negotiable paper)1.
'ersonus wishiing to buy or sway wvIll
o w~ell to call on me before purchias.
I will also pay the highest cash price
CORN AND FODDER
Deiveried at my Stable on Congress
freet, located one0 door sou1th of thme
an 20A. WVILLIFOR D.
M UCHAR LE8.
-L-- AL.1 PM*REJ~ MD,g,
[Jus reevdan oarvei e
Goos,Mo ie lohs Rutig.&c
A icoasrmn f aiss uh
Yut cno( aindin fat. Uryiv Good f al
kTIinds at gte bORNERt bS~eTORE
our priceis whith we guarantco
pA alie iortct wof lino sk a sal
Lainset, tx ins , hteG d.
Ourligh,t Tncsho ourngs goe.JInu
Ourstck eiglker, rth'ino soe
andi Cultfl1a nd.Dy (ttoncew d qa 'a
Xever(1 het te a inf ths knd e ma
A a, piel.y n wl arr a tc
Tit ho or hig d ow ask a ndbu
andl and macio owd, stc hrwed
mi boe adasiepection bough
fw o ofthem. BoheN tn So
Cal at oncet and makea lecnto. o
tCashsin or Blh annlo;'k
Org leveu mes oitr la (utt selecto
hiaro bargain inl sowed. Hs, st
Inls ada Unis.aobcJ~ o
Eahdprmn srayfor alok. C
Gaan bu andi bae ha sel.ono
Eamihero or mouo i QUnICXS.LR
Wnll)1'an lted .
Gray Fox Skins
?ir The highest cash prices wv
U. 0. DESPORTES.
'IR ON BITiTERIS, Leibi g's Ettract
BeThef, Cod IiAer Oi I, Congrei
For' sale at Drug tre of
june 11 'W. E.AXKKI.
JAGAIN 'THE SCENEI
WZ CANNOT S1IG THE OLD
In the Old plano any longer. It's
too .911l1. Not half largo enough
frr our family. household goods and
trado, thoror olo wo Hiall brl-ac cainp
July 1, next, and establish new mu
sial beadqiartorm in tho handsomo
New Daube Stora
COl. C0N01E8S & W IITA R ST,
Where wvo shall h-,vo tho largest I
1d finetit Musical Warorooms in
the eitiro South. Bforo we go,
Vo must, to savo heavy expons,o
and labor of removal, cloe out; our
entiro stock of Pianos and Organs
now on liid and to arrivo prior to
July 1. To do this wo fhall inau
grate forthwith a
GZAND OLSAAIN1 OUT SALE,
Commeneing MAity 15 and ending
July 1, diiuiing which fine wo shall
soill at M[tanuf iacuIeIr'l Wholesale
Ra It es.
10 Favorito Piinios.
27 'Ohiekerimg Pi:nos.
21 jighlte & Co. piao
5 0 'Mathutshek Pialnon.
5 1 0allot &. Da is I innos.
02 Southern Gem Pianos.
28 Guild, Church & Co. Pilums.
44 Sterling Co. Organs.
1.00 Pelollbet, & Co. 0) galns.
110 Mason & fiimin Organ. F
==========. -. ,. .... .. -. I
All n6w and just from factory. Also, p
100 Second Ranid Pliavosi and or
gans. Most ll of tI ull Isod oilyN
from in to six umonitlis ta)d proeisely
as1 good as nlew.
DON"T' NfSI Tlls (" IIANCE
To scumrre a line instrument "awful"
cheap. Writo for Clearing Out. Si
Circulars and li ico Lists, and be
quick about if, The sale ends July 1,
i positively. Ad1dress
LUI)DEN & BATES'
Wholesale Piano aw14 Organ Dealers.
TOMJ'jii(0 B0'I''1OM ACli N.
There'cfore we take p!eaunr. in an
nouingi I i.o our f riends andmi euw:
toimors t hat we have m ade a greaf .*
reduction1 in prices of our' stock.W
are dotermined never to be
Wo n ill give our cutiromers a spa
Scial benefit by offering great and
Calicos, M~uslins, Swiss, and all
kinds of White Goods for summer
r wear at
SGREATLY REDUCED PP ICES.
Sutings, Linen Buint ings at great
ly reduceed Pricos.
S Cottonadets, Joans and Cassimeros '
at greatly reduced prices.
, Justt received a nlow lot of Iadies'
Misses' andh Children's Slippers,
A niew invoice of Gentsi' Scarfs,
Nechties and Summer UJnde.rwear, '
which will be sold cheap.
WHITE AND COLORED SHIRTS.
MOSQUITO NETTI,NG !
MOSQUITO NETTI~NG I !
Thn 'or in Embaroit'erios, HTo
shuE i(ory3, Notmonr, etc.
We nowv have on hand at full stock
of Clothing, Boots, Shoes, IInts aind
(Gents' F~urnishming Ooods - Givc us
a call before buying elsewhore and
conlvinco yourl self.
P. MANDI)mRE & BRIf.
NEATSFOOTOil, Lilnseed Oil,
.Olv Oi,Castor' Oil (cold
pres.Qfed), Cast or Oil (cominn), Cod
01asorOi, Jwmulsionm, ready for uso in
For sale at. the Drug Storeo
W. E. AIK Er
flINES ANIftIQ OR
WOULD mlost respecwtfuilly Iuformn
1y cusomern an tlie citizens of Fair.,
old gonierally, that I keop i stock a
till supply of tiic Liquors, Cigars,
'obacco, &c., &C., anld guaraitoo
Itisfiiction to anly ono giving mo a.
-ial, My stock consists as follows:
IM PORTED LI'Q 0 %h
ITARD, DUJPU'Y & CO.'S COGNAC
BRAND'S SCIHIEDAM GINS.
ASEY'S SCOTCIf WHISKEYS,
JAMAICA L. D. RUMS,
MOIiIXO DE 'ORA SIERIY
W IN E.
F. MOLINIER PORT WINE.
. T11. MUMM & CO.'S RJEIMS
GENUINE IINE WINE.
ARlATOGIA PURF, RYE WHIIS,
1AT8IAN'S 1 CABINET RYE
THAUSS' IMPEI IAL RYE WD IS,
EESES "OWN" RYE WIIISKIEY,
T'ONE MOINTAIN RYE AND
ELEIBR1 AT10ED PFEIFFER E. RYE
Wi I1K EY.
'ENTUCKY BOURBON WHIS, -
LA NTATION 141YE WHISKEY.
AIRGINIA APPLE AND PEACIL
BRAN D ES.
ORl TI CA1 ROLINA SW EET''L M1~ASI.I
'LANTAT.IrON CoRN WinIISKEYS,
NEW ENGLAND RUM.
F1?ENC1IE'*S "1)'O$TON" GIN.
AERY FINE O1) CLAEM ANTINE,
K NG 1)1 R Y SCUIT1 EIINONG 'WINE'
KEG SWEE'T SCUPPJERNONG.
KGSWEET CA'JTA WUA .WINE,
ElmR ElI & IENC NIL'S .(C~EE BiA T
D) LAGEI'R iiNlR ('N D)RAUGHIT
ASS & CO.'S IMPORTED ALE,
PUR E CRA H APPLE CIDER,
'T H E NA TUR AL A PPOLONA.
'IOARS AND T'OBACCO
HIAPSODY--A STRICTLY TEN.
1I1E PR IME MINXISTER CIGAR-S
FORl 25 CENTS.
'HE PUCK CIGAR-3 FOR 2&
'HE CORONET CIGAR-3 FOR 25
1liE SONORA CIGAR-3 FOR
'HE SMASHER CJGAR--5 FOR 25
'HE LIGHTINING CIGAR-5 FOR~
'HE MONARCHI OF THlE SOUT
CIGAR--5 F"O1 25 CE~NTS,
HJE MASTER STROKE CIGAJ.-5
lFOl?, 25 CENTS.
'HE AMERICAN TWINS CIGAl.
6 FOlR 25 CENTS,
UlE COSTA RICA CIGAlI-3 FOR
10) CEN TS.
HlIE R OY AL SE AL CIGAR--1
FO)lt 25 CENTS.
HIE IROSE AND) LILY CIGARI-10
POR 25 CENTS.
'HE HAVANA CHAROOTS-5
CHE WING TOUlACCO-TIIREE
WUMMERM BE VERtAGES. 4
* SODA WATER.
LHIE BEST MIXED BEVVZRAE
OF TIl E SEA SON SERV.$b
AT ALL IIOURIS OF
EDAY, TO SU.IT TUF MOSLV
FASTIDIOUS TAS 'S