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UESay, .297. 1880,
tme ov Trim Nimw 4ND IRERALD
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and one-half cents per ,ine for eacl
subseqtient Insertion. 9ituaries ant
tributes of respect chirged as adver
tisements. Sniple announcerments o
narri- es iid deaths published ftee Q
charge, and silted.
0 All commupications. of whatso'eve:
patir'e. shoid be addressed to thi
Winnshok6 . VablialIn'&* Company
Whimsboro, S. C.
Horse for Sale- s . il ]Rioii.
Sewing Maehines---J. 0. Bong.,
The session of Mount Zion Scipl ii
bearly over. '.'his week there will i
writteI exaMinations on diffiereni
brmnches, and next week oral exami
Refreshing showers of rain fell in
soime 'ections of the cou uty on Siday
aftern6c 1 'to-%n "Ai "ii vas light
bt ivas aL tended wit.)I 'A heavy wind
and a slight sprinkling of hail. A
number of shade trees on the street0
4nd in -irI%'ate yards were b1o'Wi1
down; and also a house beloilging to
Bnu .Emproin, iiid '6hihilidy 'of the
The time for holding the Congres.
silonal nd JidictAi boilyentions .ha
iot beoii fixed. 1ajor Woodward is
p'oparing to give Colonel Evins a con.
test for :the noinatl6i. Ma,jo0
Woodwaird ' oinbines inany elcneut
that go to make up a good Congress.
mal. IIe is well posted ilt the neede
of the a'rty and 6f Il Aistiidt; nItd
with his ability energy and fine social
qualities, would make a live represen
tative at the National Capital'.
Tu BEAR CHIEK CLun.-The Bear
Creek Denocratic Club met-fift
resent and ninety on the roll-on
the 19th fist.-for the luirpos of organ
lzi.ng, with the following result:
President-E. H. Ueis.
1st Vice-.President-RZev. Wil Perry.
2d Vice-President-S. C. Duik.
3d Vice-Presidet-Thos. Arledge.
Secretary-J. T. Hall
Treasurer-I. II. Cooper.
Member Co. Ex. Committee-1L 0.
Club Ex. Committee-W. Buell
Hogan, Saml. Sims, M. L. Cooper.
T1UN'DPn SToJnM AT RwG)E'wAY.
'Our cor'resp)ondent, "Damnos," wvritcs
us folid6vs: "A storm lif Wid and
most refreshing raitn visited Ridgeway
last Sunday afternoon. A dense cloud
rose in the south and another in the
West', ahid by difiifs dliameti46tilyv
bpposed, met a short distance below
the depot and riveted themisdivds 'to
g;et.her wit.h thunde'r bolts. .Atthe flest
volly a shat't ricoc.heting at ain aBlite
angle froni tihd dUjet dpjnirenitly ar
l've at, fell. upon an oak ti'a tieai
Messr's. Ruff & Cloud's store, uiider
ivhichi there was a lierse hitched be
longing to Mr. Jaines Nelson; of Cam
(kin. TJie horse fell and1( no.ey' miived
a muscle. Mr. Nelson's loss, how
'ever did1 not dhscoura~ge him~, as lhe was~
seen a few hours after at chuirUl with
one of the ihit- daughtera iuf Ridge
PEnsoimAr.-Oh Satiirday MiissSe
Alice Buichanan and Jeniie Bdag re
tiiriied li-om Washington ,City ivhiithei
,hey had gon'e on a blieasttrc trip.
They jointed thle excui'siois U)Iitty o1
Prcsidnkut Jones t.ijid the yobtng lailict
of the Columbia Feahale College whetl
thdk tiassed through Wiiinsioi-d en
route for Washinugton. Th.e Capi.
tol, tihe White Holise; thIi CoIE
corati Art Gallery,te Sih
Sonii lstitiitd, ~ he ASrictra
Grounds, Botanical Gardens and llit
Treasutry, Art hatd WVar Depart
monte; and Mottnt Veiadon 'Aere all
visited; ithd excitsd great intiest.
-Mr. J; 0; iBong also letiirned th<
same day fiohi BaltiinoiFd; to ill
place lie had goii'e to look after the
Interest of'.tllb Davis Sewilig Mainothib,
for which lhe Is the agent at this place.
Mr. James A,.B,rice, Mipes. Mattic
Bleaty, Mitgile Elder and Marion El.
Iiott and Mr. Paul M. Bric.e left
Winibolo oni last Friday iindriiling for
Duo West., where they ivill attenid the~
bommencemient beel'isde of Erskine
College tis week. Mr. P. M. Briice
v Sill be biamnited tis wveek~ t0r en
trance into: the sophobmore class, andl
wili ehtOi- collegb ini Otober.
,DE~ATII oF Ms MI uili iNNEs.
The Corsicana Courier, of Texas, of
the 28d of Junie conttais the antnounce
moent of tihe deatit-ih tha't jilatic bf'Mist
Mamlo I'.ughes. Miss Hughds Wvas ii
this county a year or so ago, and wvor
all hearts by hdr beauity and whlin1in
ivdtys. The Courier dontains the fol.
ibW ing tribute:
Yoitng, beautiful, acdomplishied
puite; frank level ' atnd loved, it seems
almdfst bi;te that God should take fron1
the world Unie in whlom so many vir-.
tules shiond; dud around whom so mans
ties of aff7ectiois had been thrown. Af.
most 1(do11zed by a jgener~ous, warm
hearted brothior; ifectionatoly cher
kshed by a large ni,mmbdr of hospitabk
* elatives; warmly welcomnbd by a host
of now-made fiende, it was, Indeed, s
sorrowf\tl day Whon...they, gathered
* roundc the opn grave it sadly gave
back to earth lit who IiI d' h ciamios,
on1y a year stide sh# csme Into out
n~ idst, and yetJjeF:.gi' ht iiijd and in.
gents dhagoliitton inhkIy w,og her i
Iargo humber of frienf Who' delighted
\ n lief' jiitence.anid sori-oivfiily bid
'd.a,n.lona farewel. In th uti
It~a1jI4i.oir earthly .%einait1e
ln ee, but norev -will
-wh itlw the - gladness . ,pt her
preeehoe forget the genelroua4. jpreky
girl who blended nnocent j6ybusnose
And refined feeling in the samoe beling,
omning Wmoin a proud old 1outh Caro.
lina 0thii1y sIo.j)t4iacticed all the Virtuc
of her race'.. The writer was tortuffiat
enough to Clali a fienid's plac6.in h'
'timation, and whilst he can offer. ne
words of consolation to hprgrefrtrilk
en relitives, he can sur,elk ask them tc
taeC)lfg1't iti Hi thouhit t1*14t," O(i
f love Is ititled to the ovely 1,a itU
of truth can take back the truthful
and Go'd of p aisty has reclaimed IH
She alvd af died( that rare kind ol
Christian who practi'dkd in every diy
life that creed whr4l he pi-ofessed il
the altar. As her 1ife was onoAf tend
erness and Auty death has only ad.
0ded to It eternal peac6 nd hiipin'ess'.
C .'rT. .Z.Ik iOMi .D UAekP cicR E 2.
Tite Condifon oftho Cops--Vi'tng ou.
B3ee C9rrempondent--Almost a .Ieath in t
Well- The Jackson's Creek Denourath<
DUMPER'S CnE, June 28.-Noth:
Ing has been heard n'oin youl'. corres
polident for solne time past, lis'objec
being to wait f6r a good season, whilch
lpts neVer arrived, and I am very so'ry
that I cannot give the readers of Tin,
NEWS AND -1ERALD a M0ore CilicouI'ag
ing report. conceriig the Crops of this
section. Corn planted carl, is said,
1y old pltrs', to be Ahliost beyond
hope of a full crop, even if it should
ra11 0011, Young coii1. f-slooking loler
ably well onsidering .the long
drouht. Cotton, where 'ihailt''d ear
ly, is looking Iuch more encotirarl
than that planted later, as there is a
very bad stand on red ground where
Other sections have not suffired
fron dry weather. Som ,e good cotton
may be se.en oi the plantationls of Mr.
Irancou;s dpd, 'deecased-also lmsss.
John Stitt, A. W9illiford, Wn. Craw
ford, Andrew Milling, lIobert Lem
111011, C. 11. Scruggs aind others, who
lhav0- benetited by a few good showers.
Your correspondent had the pleas
ure of calling on the bee correspondent
of Tit NEWS AND llERnt), T. W.
Sciriggs, and wts k1ndly shown
through his garden, where he keeps
his becs. Any one who may wish to
know his mode of treatment, will do
well to visit him. They will find Mr.
Scruggsi to be a gentleman, with a
beautiftul and intelligent young wif,
both kind and obliging.
A colored man, who was cleaning
out,the well of Mr. Wlliain Murray,
6n 'hursday last, whon he went doWil
bito the well, soon found that foul air
had accumulated therein. le signall
d to be hauled LIp, whenI two color
ed mncii went(owi to his assistance.
'Viey algo wore iearly suffoctuted b*Uy
the foul air, but they all managed to
get out. After the old well cleaner
was brought out it was seeI that he
was near'ly; if niot completely, (lead,
but by continued exertion and atten
tiont by the persons p)resenlt lhe recover
ed, ad is still living.
Services .were held in the Jaokson's
Cite'ek Pi-esbyterian Church on Sunday
.htst by the Rev. Mr. Pratt, of Winns
boro. The dis-course wvas long and
interestinug, amnd was attentively listen
ed. to by.a crowded audience.
TIhe Jackson's Creek Democratic
ClubiWiil meet on S',turday week, and
expects to roorg'anize. A fiull atten
dance is dcsir'et.. .
I expect to yisit the Wateree coun
try sooni and1 will give you a dot of my
observalti1ns inl that section.
And a 'ract hcal Statemen,t. oFf Resuits by a
1.jactlcal Rician~d Fairmer.
. Froml tihe Columbia Rtegisier.
CoruninA, 5: C;; June 21, 1880.
DEA E SmR-As you requiested, I send
you at stateiemit of an! experiimenlt
muade onl thy farm with penas anid ash
element. I nmeasulred three acres of
my best clay land and planted in the
folloiing mainner, Nos. 1, 2 amid 3!
NO. 1 wats sownI withi three bttshiels
black penfs and 4100 po11(1(ds ash element,
niil plonghed undemr with a two horse
pl1ugh;. The yield on No. 1 waus 5,
when baled: On No: 2 1 put. the
sallile quianitity as oni No. 1. but instead
of~ plhonghiIng the ash element uhidor
wiith. the 1peas I sowed~ it. oni after
plonighing: cover'ed wvithI rotary har~
vow. No. 2 yielded 6,400 pounds.
On No. 3,I used tio ash el8nment. 1
piceked off this acr~e 10 3 4 bushels peas1
and left the Vines to rot on the-gi ound.
In November the three acres were
so*uvij with red oitts; The tuttilt was
No I, i1536 pounds; No. 2, 1,920
pond(s ; No. 3, 2,272 p1ounds(1.
Value of prioduce on each acre--No.
1, $106.80; No. 2, $109.0.0; No. 3,
$81.75; Respect funlly', yours,
JT. M. CiRAwFRDur.
TruE FdutmTIT DisTnI c.-Theo time
is drawing near foi- thd nominatidin of
a candidate for Congrass from the
Fourth District: Col. Johnu H1. Evins
ill, we uinderaind, 1)0 a candidate
before the Distr'ict Nominating qoon
vention. We piave nothIng against
.r. Evinis; but ie.li ad .the office foF
t.ht lastI four VeIn'r; and wdi think themre
are other men in the 1)istrict, ah'lo dle
serve p)romnotiotta Prominent .among
those we will, without. his knowledlge;
melitiodi Maj. Tr. W. . Wqodwar'd, of
Fairfldlil:. Major Wood tar.d is a
sound P6thocrat, which we regard as
tlie first p)rerequisite at candidaute
shoduld possess. Uie is1 secondly, a
man otf capacity anmd character. lie is,
thirdly, a man of boundless p)opulari
t.y ani 0one of thme most efieclivo stump)
speakdrs ii the State. A quIet farmer
and uniostenitatlius citizen, whlo has
ahvays discharged e~Ni-y duty wit.h
efliciency and fidelity, lIde nmiinatiQn
wvould carry joy to thme hearts of thous
ands of his audmrrs' both ini and cid
of the Dlstt'lct. Give us a drawing
candidate like Tonm Woodwar.d., and
it will only be necessary to count the
'dtes bn liovemnber' to .find out ihat
li inijbrity Is.-- Camden Joternal;
-Always fellable and ,effleacious.
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup never disap
points mothers andi nurses, blit Otres
at once the . troublesome diseases o1
babyhood. Sold evierywhere at 25
coutA 4 bottle: .,
'BE fn saddle and ha4oes borm
IT Hlately belonging to JalA W. Lav
will be sold to the higheAt bidder ovt
$160. at the court-houne, on lo'ndAy, tih
5th July. 1880,. JAS. H. RON1,
juno 29-t3l Mortgagee.
E it enacted and ortlained bv the Tu
I , pondApt aifi WArdenH of imh Tow
of Winnshord, A. 0., m ouncil Ausoi
blVd, and by the 'a0flhority of the saile;
1. That there shall be a Boar'd.of He1ali
eleated, to consist of three citizons (
the town, 6ne of who it shall be a prm.cti
ing J)hysiiian, whoii dhli hold their olice
unti, the first (lay of May succeedir:
theil- appoiitment, ani until their su
eessors sihall be appoiiited. -
11. And be it firlther .enneted and &
dained, tba, the membor.,of said JBon
shall be pnually appointe,1 by eat
Town Council An uopn as practicablo afto
the installation of the Intendant al
Wardons into ofRico.
I1. And be it further eiacted anid oi
dained, that during the ninths of .Jun
July, Ail ust und Sipt'ember the s4i
Board shal examine th'q pre-miscs of i
rewidents of, mind permi doing buffief
Within, the corporato limits of koid tow)
at least once. a month, and revort to th
Town Council any matter which, in the
ju nent, is deleterious to the health <
IV. That the members of Haid oanr
siall, in convideriioi of their .ervict
be exempted fi6m treet tax whlo i
V. And be it furthler enacted amid o:
diained, thit, anit'y person rmsisting th ev
tiance ime mucmbers ol tie said Boitr
uponl 1my pai-t ol their prennlisep, excel
their dwelling-lhouses, shall be fined fiv
dollirs f-r each offenuce, or be impriisonci
for ten diays i)pom. polvid0ion.
VI. And be it iurther eioted amd o
dide l, iit manmy persol .who s1all fril c
negleel.'to abate any nimmtor upon thmei
primises, rel ort'od by the Boad <
itealith (is a uitsnce, l'or threc days aftc
notice requiring the same, se'rved by tli
"Chief of Police, shall lie firmed one dolln
for-each day's such failure or neglect. o
be imprisontd onc day for eaoh day's sue
faillire or neglect.
VI. And be it. further cnactcd and or
dAned, that tho Iloard ol Health sMa
a , fr ,m time to time, report any mattr
k upon the preimlises of any citizenm. o
even iol %%Wii the co0rp1orato litoAH
%Vhieht in their judgImenlt injurioulV a
Atti the health of the the town, for ti
couneil to taklsuch actiol as it may de-cm
Unier the nbove Orlinance the folv
ing citizens are appointed Is such boart
of lcalth for the year ending May 1st
1881, viz: Dr. W. K. Tarner and Messrm
W. C. Beaty and 11. M. Huey.
Don.iAn Comni this the 30th day.
April, A D. 1880. under the corporait
seal of tac s-did Town Council.
JAS. A. BRICE,
E. S. CHANDLER,
A iA.RGE lot of Wheat Brani
FINEST Tobacco nid Cigars a
TITY-T -FIV.E Bmarrels all grad<
Wines and Liquors at Don]&ys.
FRESH Augusta Flour, B3olto
?Meal and Penai-1 Grits, at IDonly's.
A LARGE~ lot of fresh Canne
Gc,ods atid Fahcy Groceries il
ALLa KINIDS of Garden an
Flowver Seeds,Clover and Gras
50e(ds at Donly's.
BOOTS, Shoes, Hfats, Hirdwr
Crmockei'y andc ( Glassware, W\oon
waro and Willowwaire at Donly-s.
GIVl2 nie a call and get a bargaji
W. Hi: D)ONLT,
apf'10 On the Corner.
HO0W WATCIlES ARE MADE.
It will ic appaenmt to aliy onme, who willi e
amine a Sol.ID G4oaD AVTCIn. t.hat asido fro
the necessary tickness for engraving ar
polishing. ft 1 IIredi) proortlmn dr thme'(rclot
mmIneta tised1 ist needed'( only to st ifTen anmd ho
thei enfrmaved partions inm piace. ma mnm sumpply .tl
mn Ccsairy solity andi m t h:i. Tihem suirpli
golti i act naml;yi m'cedhes .o On r ais m'mmm.m v m i
beaumty a:e concernedm. 1mn JA~MES 114mts' rA'
ENT1 00 f.i WA'TUi[ C,ASIS, I bl. w.msTm: or pr
cilius metal is oerome, and the s.uta somnm
A .uTh sNoTH produced at, from one-ithird
one-half of tihe usual co.t.or sohi(e case's. Tm
pro'cess is oft line most simpIle naiturme, as fli
lOws: a plate of nekel coiniposillonm meta
spectily ada p ted othe purose, liuts t.wO late
of SOLID GIoLD soldere.d one on eh side. TI
thrinee ard.mthmem hassed betweemi polished ste
rolher, anmd the result is a strip) of hmeavy' lam
comnpostittin. frlm which the.casem, backs, ce:
tres, bezzles, &c,. arne cut and( shmaped by stilt
ble dies mand formmers. TPhe geld In these eas
Is sufltlentiy thick to admit of allm*ktnds
chasing, engrav.ing andi enamelng; t,he em
grmaved eases have been camrrledh until wvorn pe
fect.ly sincooth by timne and use without, remo
11ng Lime gold.
TIIS i8 Tif EONLY CASE MA DE WITHI TW
PL,ATES OF 801L1) GoLD1, AND WIAItIANTPE
BY RPECIA L CERtTIF'ICATrE.
For sale by Conner & Chandier aind C. Mmmiie
Askc for llustrated Cmtamogue anid to see we
rant,- much ll-iy
'&ATHlANS Jl08O.' Old Cab ie Ity,
iN 1*13, CIOl oanmokm W~hey. 181)
Also, Rlotrdm Brandy. Cold ism f<
lunch froini 11 to 1 o'clock every day,
I HA VE recontly made extensivo add
,. tions .to nmy stock of Winos aa
liquors, which counsists of a full assor
ment of Rtyo Whismkey, ('orn Whisko,1
French Brmandy, Appleo Urandy, Peac
Brandy, Sherry Wino, Scouppornonig WVin
Chmammpgno, eto, Qte.
?r' I claim to s ll thmo; 1.INEST AN
PUREST RtYE.WIlI8KE~Y to ho had I
WVinnabomro, Glivo it a triaia. .
I also also k. ep on hand a full sup ply<
SEGARf ANND TOBACCo;
In groat varlej,y, and adapted to the tast<
Catll at the F'A LETTO UOUSEI, in el
Wirnnsboro Hotel building.
- .J. CLENDIMING.
WE BEG LEAVE "to inforin our
customerm and the public generally.
h that wo have parchhued from Me"rs.
M1TcMASTER BRICE & CO. their
entiro stock of
( Ahd that, we Will nlways keep on i
ha'ud a F ULL AND SELECTED
~'STOCK- Al we ask im a trial, n'nd
you *ill find our 10to'ek aid prices to
t. F. McMAStEl? & CO.
i a fl i
1 NEW supplV of Family and Planta.
A tionl'rl ris
1H bbPis. ChoiCo Neiv Orlijnq Molas,es,
r YO bls. Choice cubta Syrup, besides other
r 'Johs'on' best 'grades Family F1dur.
x ot of Patent Fair. ily FIour-thie best
.in the Boro.
All grridvs, from the highest to thei
Peaberry (something new), Rio and
Java. Also Parched Rio and Java.
Bonght beforo the advance, and other
articles too ninumrous to ruotdtion. All
sold at tho lowest possible prices.
PERF UME RY!
A largo lot of choice Cologne, Ex-.
tracts, soap,Toilot Wators,
t Toilot Powder, &c., &c., CHEAP.
McMASTER, BRICE & CO.
Allen's Lung Balsam, Tutt's Expec
torant, Ayer's Petoral, Bos
chee's Germa'n byrup, Dr.
i Bul's ,Cough Syrup,
bf Tar and Wild
i Preserver, Hal's
S Balsain..for tboi .Lungs,
HTegemnan's Tolu and Livers
wort Expectorant, Wild Cherry
Pectoral WVinie, Brown's Mixture,
H'i-arter's Lnnm g Bal1sam, MWcLaqne's
Cataurrh HooffY, McMa'st,er &.
*Chlorate of Potash Lozengter,
Brown's Bronichial Trochees,*
Eloy's ,Carbolic Trochees,
~ MIcLane's Lung Healing Globules.
* Fon SALE B3t
a liMASTER; .BRICE & CO.
* ap1 24
-TO THE CITIZENS OF F?AIRFIETsD:
1.H AVE estab)lished( a SaJe StaI)le at.
oel WInnsbRloro, andU am preparedl to
Iel slock stock oni v'ery aIcoImnodat
i t.em fs, cit her for' cash (<ir ol timo
r (til next fall foy .negoiable paper:
Prsona wVishing to buy orsway wvil
dho wvell to calli on mec beloi-c purchas
inig elsewhecre. *
J Will aliso pay the highes~t cash prico
CORS A N1 FODI)EIt
. Delivi'ed at my Bahlh on Congr'es
rSt.reet, l.ocated1 oneC doo61 soth of Liho
AUT (lsRE.MD p
Ifnto od.bugtbfr h e
Elgn ahers enn Drs
Toeb a f c Ed igs 1sir, a l
Yo a fn.infc.Dr odsoHl
itnd a to ONE SORR
_ _ Vcswhc egurne
and Bayive tandte re in was f'
a spi'a ltyan ara
t*n~ shes~ aainei. an loihw inl;l
igh e1 cut. lien's air , lowi cuti jahoes.-t
hand and ni;anhino soa. icrewod
Evn h1 cdrnan d siicrs hjriais wrosre
(emr ed~~,'s 1 and iaic selectin bg ht
Cal t nce and mak a)E se(leto of a
Cass~1 ier or Blo Fl ak anne.
Orl leavryou mniear fok a utheoed
Oaresoc bagan Zin of F3ot Hars,in boS'
1 ts iandt Straw HVfat.
Now. dsla ii gl aroeory lasswee, Gro-I ,tt
coiuies,lo s, :ih mi o Plows, t0 ,
Eacgh dept mentoi's relledy fo a'(look sIa ll
anhand nd biilie pleaeid. arw
eolher'( aur motto iescQieCK SA ou IS
Shree Skrins;i otFThht,~
Gotsa ta Skvins.
Ne d i inkhcr' Skinaswr,
and uy nday Fo Skins
~I'The highost cash pricos w
U. G. DESPORTES.
I RON BITTERS, Lelbig's.Etraet.of
.Beef, Cod LIAer Oil, Congress
Yocri salo at briu;; Stores of.
.tia 11 .~ W: PA1IrmDW
kGAlk THlE SCEiE
WE CAITOT * SINIG THE OLD
III tho old plaue any longor. It'
O. wa. NtL % half hugo cuouklh
Cr our family, holseiold goods Id1
rhdo, thorofore wo shall break canp
iuly 1, next, and establitlth now mu-'
cil headquaitOLh inl the han1dsbomO
OIf . CORd lESS.' & W!lLIlTA KE iSTS.
hellre wvo Shall h1 ;vo tho flargum,
11) finest MUical War-oroomlks in
110 eltiro "Soutli. Befor we go, -
Vo nm11st, to savo he.vY eIpeNsu
fd Ilabur of relOval, closo out, oIur
itiro li(ock of Pianos anit Orgtns
ow onl hand and Lo ari,ive prior to
uy 1. '.''o do this Wo Shall iilln
iuato forth with a
'BAND GLEAIN.1 OUT S'
Commnweing lav 15 and vidin"g
ity 1which tilm wo .--h 11
(l at MauauesWhol".saled
10 Favorite 1innOS.
27 Ciickering Pi:mos.
21 Liho&Co. Pianos.
50 1it!ht4bek P ian IIos.
5 flalle. & a. is I iinos.
G:A "imthoeni (1m C .mos.
8 01uild, Chlurch &LI Co. IPianos
41 Sterling Co. Organls.
10" Pe Ivilb'.1 & Co. OI ixans.
.10 Milsonl & Hou:11,inl Organ11.
l 1OW nd juII tw from fatory. Also,
30 :Secod I-land iIs a Or
1111S. Alost afloi I hil 11sed( only
'om one !k Fix m11ont ii i prociseil'
s goodl a, vvIw.'
)N' "r 'I'i1I. CHlANCE
0 SOV111T1 it fi ne in::t r-171wnll "aw fill"
wlvap. Wri:. for (h.arinlg Olut aIle
4i"Ai-s and P:ivo 'Lists, anld be
1ihek aboud; it, T110 Na Io ds Juily ,
JDDEN & BATES'
SAVANNA , G.A.
ilolesalle Pii and D.;a Dalers.
.!'hiorefore we take pleasu1re in an
ollncing to ourP fi lws anod ens
unorsJ' thaut we bavo maide a great
duiUonif in pi)ices of our ntock. We
ro dectermuinled never to be
We will giv our cul-tomersu a p
alt benef(1IT. by tJfl':ring greait and
Ondico~s, Muswliiin. Swiss, aind al
:nda of Whbito Goodrs for IIummrlr
*EATLY REDUCED Pi-' CES.
Sniting, LnenBuning atgreat
CotonaifdeS, Jeans and Ca'ssimieros
Justl rCoCivedu a now~ lot of L[adies'
d issos' and Chmildreni's Slippers.
A nOw invoice) of Gents' Senriu,
lfecktics and(1 Summe Undewear
-hioch will bo1 sold chleap).
IITE AND) CO'LOR ED SHIRTS.
MOSQUI'I.O NET'TING !!
Lhan Ever in Emlbroic'oriosu, Ho
siory, NoLIoIw, (e(c.
Wo now' haveT 0on hlandu a full stock
~B Isbii Funi-shing G oodIs d a u1.4
SEATSFOOTOil, Liunseed Oil,
OliveOil,Castor- Oil (cold
r-esse,d), Castor Oil (comni n), Cod1
LAver Uil-ire-, cott's Emln1Sion,
Tastor Oil, hols18on), reoady fo,r de in
For sale at the Drug topp~
WINJS N It 007 O RS
GREAT VAR ETY
IWOU LD Iftst respectfully intor'm1
my cuistomers and the citizens of Fnh
lied gr-enerally, that, I keep In stock a
1'111 Sapply of 1ine 11uors, Cigars,
Tobaco, c.,&c., and guaranteo
S1a.i.atdion to ai) 0110 giving eIn a
Irial. Mv st0ck consists is follows:
1WPORTED Lit 43.
OTA HI ), 1)UPUY & -O.'S COGNAC
BRAND'S SCHIEDAM GINS.
IAMMEY'S SCOTUI[C1 WU1SKEYS.
JAMAl.CA L. D). RUMS.
IO. LORINO DE O A SIEURY
F. MOLNIER PORT WVINE.
G. H. MDM G.& CO.SREM
G ENUINE lIIINE WINE.
SiCTOA P-iT1" MYE WIIIs,
NATfIAN'S 1i3 CABINETI RYE
STUAUSS' IMPl'I LAL RYE WIIIS
EEI::l' OWN" IITE WISKEY.
STONE MOUNTAIN 4YE AND
CELEATED PFEIFFER E. RYE
KE NTU CKY 1GUIIBON WillS
'LANTA'T10N IZYE WHISKEY,.
V71114G:NIA APPTLE AND PEAOI
NOI"i I CARMOLINA SVE'T.MASij
'LANNTATION COR'N WIlSKEYS:
GC INGER BRIANDY.
NEW ENGLAND RUM.
F HIENCil E'S "IBOSTON" GIN.
VERiY I:INE OLeD CL.ARET WINE
I K EG DR YX SCU PPE:loNG W1NE~
R EO SWEETP SCUPPERNONA.
I E EG SW EET CAiTA WBA WINE.
M7A L'ih' IL2UOS
IIE H ElR & ENG EL'S (OELEBR A T
lD LAGE Bl' HE' ON DRA.UGHIT
BASS & (CO.'S IMP'ORT'ED ALE,
PCC E C'HAll APP~LE CIDER.
Pl'Im NATIBAI, A PPOLO)NA:
BHIAPODIY ---A STR'ICTlLY TE'IN.
CE;NT CIG A R1.
TI'HE PHIM E 311N!ITER CIGAR-3
TilE PUCK 'CGARt-3 l'OR 24
TI' HE CORONElT C'IGARI-3 FOR 2g
T]HEJ~ SONO)A (CARi--3 FOR
TIHiIE SM~ASHERB CIGAR-5 F'OR 25
Tll B LIGIJTNI NC CIC.AR-5 FOR
TiJlE MOINARCHI OIF 'TilE SOUTrf,
CIG A -a FO il 25 CENTS.
THlE MlASTiEi GTROKN CIGAR-5
F"ORI 25 CEBNTlS.
THE AM ElHCAN TWiNS CJIGAR,~
5j F"OR 25 CENTS.
T UE COSTA RICA CIGAit-3 FOTE
THIE ROYAL SEAL CIGAR-id
FOlt 25 CENTS. -
TIHE ROSE AND) LILY CIGAR-10
PORL 25 CENT'S.
TIHE IIhAVANA (CH1AROOTS-5
CENTS EACH. -- .
'. W. BLACK WELI'S SMOKING
CHIEWI NG TIOBACCO-.TIIREI4
TIlE BEST MIXED BEVERAGE$
OF THlE ERASON SERtVED
AT ALL HOURS OF
THE DAY, TO SU12T THE MOSV
VERfY REVSPE( 'U1 Y,