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N AND COUNTY,
DAY, July 3. t : i 1880.
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Seasonable Drugs-McM-ster, Ilice
A limb of cotton having two bolls t
on it, one iflly grown and the other I
nearly so, has been placed oi our
table by Mr. James Stewart, oftown
ship No. 4. Who next?
We regret to announce the death of 1i
little Carrie, infanltt daughter of Rev. .
and Mrs. J. M. Todd, which occurred.
on last Monday, from cholera infinlitim,
after an illness of, only a day. The e
funeral services vere conducted inl the s
Associate Reflorited cliuirch on Tiles- r
day iloriiing by Revs. Pratt anld t
Chiillers. To the bereaved parelnts
wo extenl our iiost heartetlt sym- z
From private sources we learn that a
J. Heln-ix MtcLanie, alius Socretiry
pro tem McLane, ulias the (Gr-eit 11igh
Priest, or Greenlbackisml, has been
mIaking a tour through Lancaster!
counity inl the interest of his party. .
We are informed that lie bemnl mtakingl
spehs at pleasan,,tValytein e
the peCoplle they were slaves, 1111d had
sold their liberty ; and hiis succeeded ;
in organizinrg a (Ircenbiiek Club at
that place, with a white man foi' presi
dent ani1d a Ileglo fbr VicC-president. V
LOCAL 131tmws.-There were no cases
beflore the tria justices yesterdlly.
The examination for teachers was
commenced on Friday.
The flrst watermelons of the seasol A
Iado their appearance in town on
- Wisbovo was visited with light
showvers of rain on Thiirsday-only
enough to lay the dust Ivell.
. The census enuimerators have heel r
engaged at the court-house this week 0
in mnakinig corrections ini their lists.
The officers of' the colored 0Odd Fel
lows Lodge werec puLblicly installed at ai
their new Ledge-room on Thursday
The north-bound p)ass9enger' train *
on the Charlotte, Columbia and An- a
guista Railroad was (elayed several
hours int Augusta on Thursday, wvait- E
ing on tile excur'sioin party that passed ~
through to Newv York.
RIEsILT OF? TIla CENsus iN TowNu'sn1Pr (
No. 8.'-col. B. E. Elkinm, the ellicient. V
eniluerator of the above townsip,I)
finihed his perplecxing labors ont te
inig'ht of Wedneisdbay last, amnd he fe'els 1j
aissuried that he has visited everyv
hiouse anid hamnlet in the areca allotted i
to hiim. iIe g'ives the followingas a (1
- resume of his work:
Deaths during year.. ..... ....... 40 e
Steamu and wVater' mills.... ...... 7 h~
The ab)ove shows an inicrease of thriee ai
ltlhundrd a.nd( eight per'sons since the I
inventory mnadle in 1875. Col. Elk in (
rep)orts COnideraC'gble 1;iprovemeCnt in11
the alppearan'lleo. of' planitationts and
farms and the gener'al systemr of agr'i- 11
*culture and husbandry, iIe thinks! i
the planting' of oats is in its iniciipioey, c
that next season much more attention ~
and area wvill be giveni to small gr'ain. a
N~OTES F"ROM TIlE CREEK.
Prevalenco of tho "Dry Drought"--Goodl
Adv'ice to Canxdiate--A Word on a Ten
der Sul jeuct.
JACKSON's CREEK, Jilne 30.-if Cian
didates wycre rain falls there wonld bee
no scar'city of' wateir, and instead otf thle
parchied and chiecrles.s locking fields'
we wouild haIve' be't er lIwOspec1s for a
depot of suies113 for I le coiming year1.
Still if' we can get, good seasons fr'omi si
no0w oh, and I amii corraectly' inflor'med, i
there ill be enIough maiidc in the A
colunty to runii her' to tihe next ci op
pr'ovided the prioipeir ecoom. is used
in time. The yeomanry of this sec
tion arec mostly of' lrish dlescenit, strict.
13' Presby'torian, are a thr'ift,y peopile,
aind as8 a general class kno1w how t.o4
take care of whmat thley' make, aind aIre
noted for' their hospitality amnd home c
* loving piniplles. i
The 11ov. Ii. B. Pratt, of' the Winns-T
b.oro Pr'esby'ter'ian Chmurch, pr'eachedu a o1
sermon lost Sunday to the Jacksoni's h:
Ce c>nreaton at Lebanon 0
Church. I regret that circumstances o
Will tnot permiit nie to give evenl a e
synopsis of Mr'. Pratt's sermon, which P
'was pr'eached In a f'orcblo mnanner and1( Ii
w~as full of wvholesomeo food foi' all n
classes. Th'Ie llev. W. W. Mills, pas-|
tor of the above-named andl Salem t
Church, illh leave tihe county fn a few Ii
days to be0 absent for a shor't time. We O(
wvish this much estecmedh instemr a
pleasant and pr1ofitable journ'Jey, and a I
.safe return to his several chages.J
SI would like to say someothiing more 2~
about the genei'al crop prospeict, hbut C
will refrain f'om doing~ so for thme
present, as Ithik .t ' it pr'etty well
hnown .that'unless Provlj ential aid is toI
shortly Aurnished corn i ll- be scarce 2]
ud Iuimplebcdom and basket-niakere
vill have to vacteo these-parts in order
o ply their vocations.
Polities are not indulged in to a very
freat extent among the sturdv veter
ins of this section, they are all stamp
3d vith the scal of victory, their pick
ts aro-well posted, and they are only1
ivalting for the long roll to beat to b'
rond In their proper pilce8 inl tiel
Democratic line. It is true that wo
late a miltipTlieitv of candidates il
)ur coulty, btttv tire all on 'good
crIns with eIcI other; while the pMo
ie, froll the Cradle to gral(ft ier,
(nd if he lis paqse(l froi his earthly
abors, grandiother comes ill for ai
louble portion) are carried away -with
he g4ntle bearing and accomimodat
nig mllanliers of him who is an aspirant
or office. ut. they are all gentlemen
tud will abidu by the choice of the
pimuaries, anld (1ho1 110 mor will be
icard that plaintive sontg
"H fowdy, howdy, howdy do,
low's your wire and how are yor?''
indl iln your Ilatiles, gelt.lelel, to
lie man over the Baik, lie will cheer
1tily intr-oduce you to the voting popu
ationl, anld perhaps aid inl making yout
t happy man11.
I doi not like io culogizo a class of
ICople who, ti'om solie cause i unkinownt
o one of my experience, Solletimles
isteln to inl arl-gulleit couched in lan
0u11ge too eiotionlal to subtmit to
laper, ald ohi chl IN'Cii the. pleader's
vhiole lit seems to hang, look up and
vith the silple renmirlk., "I'ml) siurpris
d,t please excuse mle," crushles his
lopes ats Sulddeily its ifa Imill-Stonle had
'lit" oil his foot. But misfortune haliq
othinlg 14) do with justiec. The
Oiu lladies of Jackson's Creek ar1e
11 tiiat would be required to drive
11to aill tine t.o cOllie anly B. P. U.
hat could be started in this or anv
11hei' cotlltv. Now, if 1 am doubted,
1.nd( otut a dolegationl, anid if' Uher don'it
esign their iiferest. inl lie 11 ioi 11ponl
hlir rturii, thei I tihink fihe I. 1. U.
thinlg Only ill na1lue, o1 ait least, walt
ur ill that which makes every organi
iul,ol peibet, good discipline, or el.e
hle memlbers are aill too ol to hlave
11y la-sle l or "tile true, the boaumiful
11id the good." Rilruw.
.1) ICD)1A TolltY .V Elt VICES.
N1essrs. -Editors: Please allow
1e space ill your. cohnnulllls to
ive llotice that tlo new A. L. E.
lhur "ch ot Win nisboro will be dedicat
d oil Sulday%, the 4(h iist., by llish
Ps 13rown and Dickerson. The latter
i our newlY appointed Bis.hop vor- the
ext four years by the Genieral Coin
3renc. We will be glad to have Our
'hite friends wiith us, as they so nobly
elped us ill tile beiinlzg. C4eats
lill to prepi'ed For thmIl.
L. S. Pluol-:AtU, Pastor.
I1NG'S MO UNTA IN CEN2'EXYIAL.
lecting c f the Commissionters to Arrange a
Froi t he Rock 11111 Ieral(d.
The oll issiolneIs of Nort h Cal'oli
,it. Sout h1 Carolina anld Tennessee, apl
oilted by tile Gloverlors of tlese
'Intes, to aid inl proliollng fihe ar
ang1(rellcillts for ct'oielebrating tile battle
fRKing's INountain, met inl Charlotte
ias lesanf131t, A odd con1iderble,j busi
dlopted asimil? each counilty' ot' the
taltes of' Virginlia, Nor'th 'arolina,
out h Car'oilna and( Tennlessee to) send1
t least 0one v'olnteer' company113 to (heC
Clebr'ationl of' tile battle of' Kinairs
founltainI. It wa's a11so decided tilint
lie ominlissionerls friom 011ch 01' tile
tltes reprel'sented select a speaker' to
(eliver' an1 address05 at tile e'clebraftlonl.
Ion. D). U. F'owie wias selecte'd fr'om
011n Sou1th Carioliita anid Genl. A. W.
ampb1~1ell rIn Tenne'JCIIIssee. Theil COml
lissioner's rOcommlIenlded to p)ublic
1ivor (lhe hlistory no0w being 1)'prepared
y' lIon. Lyman111 C. Draper', of' Wis
Inlsin, inl retgarld to tile battle of'
Lssociation) miet ill Chariilotte tile same1
aty. A. let (4er wats read1( froni 110on. .J,
l. EviIIS, eixplinling tile caulIse of the
nI appropri1iationl t.o tihe Cenitenil 1
DlebraItion. A tesoltion 1011 adS opted
IVitinug Nor'thern'1 m111iliay comlpaniles
r'ationl. Antherl - resollion was
dIOpted than11k ing tile Watshinlgtoni
,ightt Infatrtiy. of' Chalestonl, ('01
-irn to send thle "cr'limson flag of'
L8sociatio and11 for1 1 t'led'inlg their
I Carnleston f'or'I( the King's MouInIl
111lntunent:. Major' W. J. IHous1ton,
OrtationI, replor'ted the ra4tes hle had1(
3ecured from1I the di fler'ent r'a ilroadls to
nd( from the0 celebration H01~le secured
i0 rate ot' 14 cents( per'hu m ilcch way1i
'omf some1 Virinia and811( Georgi'a
>adls, and1( from1 thte Chester' & Lenioiri,
30 Chlaliot te, Coilmbija & AuiguIsta
111lroads1. The rate of tile SouthI
aro'(linaIilrIoaId is 2 cents per' mi111
Mr's. Cilar Darugani McLean11, ofYor'k
111l', waIs reque1l4sted 4o prepare'"4 a lyric
be sun g at. tile Cenitenll c11 elei>ra
IblItite a repor11''l01t iivor'ing1 five davs
'Ir tile ceQlebra1tloll, w hichi was adopte'd.
Tile ne(xt. meHetinlg of' the Cenltennlial
sSOCitio lOlwill be held at Ga(stoia
I tile 21st of July'.
Porl~roO 01 '111 CI''1i.-Th'ie
3w cenIsus shows thalt. New York ( it y
stins11 1,230,000, Phiilel phlia 8413,
10, and( Ilrooklynl 5t00,000, (Chicago
',0n10, St. Louis1 475i,000f, iJOStoni
10,000, and( 1Bal (.h11ore' 350,000i. Ciin
nnalIti c1lahns 250,000. SaIl Francisc18(o
gn tari'n Iig overher census01111, as8
'C 111so Newv Or'ieanus antd Newark.
hie grle st sur1'pr'ise 15isI inte gr'owt h'
Cleveland an<1( Miiiuikee, amo01un1
g C. 7t) and 80 lper cenit., p)lacing
10em reCspcCti1vely at 15~8,000 and1( 130,
)0. liIflllo and Wau1siimlt oil aiverage
60,000, whlik. Louis1vi lIe bas1 Iiapidly'
imlbed1 upl to 145,000. D)etroit. and1(
r'ovidenice haLve passedl the 100,000
nit ,tand take rankil as sceniteen1th
1(1 elihtenthl among ourll greaLt cities.
mnong tile lesscr' cities, 0111 r'eadersI
ill pr'ob>ably be surprj)lised to learn
in assCity has rechlied t'5,000;
4dianap1)olis, 77,000 ;1Minneapolis, 45i,
t0;8St.Paul, 412,000); Reading, Paz.,
1,000;.Lowell, Mass., 6i,000 ; Denver,
-,000; Wheoling, 32,000; Wilmling
11, 42,000; Quincy, Iil., 80,000; St.
1,000; Pawtucket, R. 1., 20,000;
inmden, N. J., 87,000; Wafer'bury,
ann., 22.000' Mer'ideni, 19,000; Peo
a, Ill., 28,060; Spingflcid, Mass.,
,6t00; Sprh gield, I)., 19,000: Day
n, Ohio, 8 ,000, and Elmira, N. 'V.,
019EtAr MCGOWAN TEsTiFiES.
tonday's report of' the proceedin * 1
New York in the invost!gation of '01
Warren's roiovia by Gon. Shoridt
I during the war, conltlills the follo1
'ing: Con. S. McUowan,ofAbbovill
. C., next took the stand. Jie wats
grd1uIt of West Poiit nid had sr
ed in M e x ic wi t i :n.' 1 1an c ool
While 1hero Presilent Poik appohifi
hirn11 QuIrlterinaster. Ile was '.1 co
111M1 at White Oak Ridge, and I
described how lie resis(ed the "fede
al" attack and rove (Iho troops bac
General Lee directed him to keop t1
White Oak road open, bit Warr
was too much for- him, and ho w
tially driven back into 1Is Confede
ate works: (lie engagement last<
Fron no0n until sundown; tho gisou
Was so swaiupy 1ta. It would not bel
iu) artille'ry. Thle Wiltness 001111)
niented the Union troops, and b
filvn Nils qutite 01ngaging". Evel
o01e sidmled wienl, Oil the Cross-exnil
nation, Ie.said that lie did not knio
wh'telr tierte. wis aiv hafl ait Fi
Forks, though le heatd a ruior tih
there wIs onle.
(Geern 1hinock annoincedi that I
hand wrilet ite to the President, ,1ki
to be relieved firoil filther se-V'ice I
at inember ot' the Court, but. lie had tit
yet received inly ruply. The coulls
oil boith Sides salid privaelv that t(
loped t hat. no cluinge woul' ho )0nad
Gieralt Iancoc0k wals familiar wil
tihe 8Case, end it would take a new u
ficer a itnoin0th to read lp th testiluol
and this wouhl delav the proceeding
DR. TANNUICs 'ir.---Dr. HenrV I
Tann11er, of*IN iineaIpolis,,M illn., i' I
presenit ('or was last evenlingp) rp11d1(1
gettn he best of the first part. of
jifileult, piece ot, work. Ale celSed i
ealit Il oon yestqrthv, 1111d Ilvoposs 1
coiliune ill i taIte ot CUS.-atiOln 1i
Ohirty or 1,6or1y lavs to colm. TI
Doctor savs th11at iet proposes to (
withoit Cood entirelv (unllit'ss watr
100) 101' thiriy day". Watter lie hak(
alllnfly. When' the as. wVl forna
ly beglil, at hall-paIst twelve p m1l
Drs.. Wark, Profeiss4'or' ot, tie Ulnitu
Sates eiil oie' llg ;o t i. A. Cut
Jo- eph R. 11u1"hanani, of' thl- Eclech.
col'tge; Joseph Oobsoii, J. Tul
ai1d Proll-ssor. Vaidrwl-w de, of I[
Pr1actical American, wer'e prosenlt I
Clarenloll 11111. They sIripped hi
an(d exauid( him d1111( his clothiwl"
aud Failed to fild Iaov food concevale(
tie was w%eigied, nild balallced 0]
bettin at 1574 polids, whihhell I( Saysi
fu*lly' twelity polulIds less than' h
usual weight. Altholughil he seemed i
gOOd condition he savs he does li
conlsider that lie is Ieall qo ii F
great a feat. lit rears that the ali
wNhielh is so diffierenit ill New Yor.
flom that inl Milhnesota, will not, I
flavoIable to thle tet, anld ilt ogether i
does not express himlIOt 11s very Co
lildenit of SicceS.,;. Ile says, ho wVe
that 1he shall iake the lil, andii inlvit(
flhe mlostecrilical emainlationl durinl
(tic time he fists by thie press and b
the1 inedical hfrateinits. A book
provided, inl which I 'ecolrd is I;ept
the hours by (lie doctors w%,Iho vatel
Dr.4;. Gun,alkier anld WVark havill
perlfolmed that ofico yesterday, ail
tfor the pre seit the pubfic is f'ree I
eliel. the ha.111 lit all h1ourS.-I. ]
TORCH OF TE. INCE )iARY.-TI
alarmil of fire was Sounlded. at ia al
to be0 Dru. T. C. Ilobertsoni's stable. I
th tiene133 the cro0wd arive'i'd 1130 fi
haId made(1 suceh pro'gress5 as to InaIke
imipossible to saive the( stable1. A
eent buildinigs and3( resulted successt'u
ly. This, howe*verV', rireIi'd luui
work oin the parilt of' t he ih i'3een a 1
citizen'ls genelly . Severn hioirs
were ill thle stable1 whenoi the tire begal
but3 fortunat111ely wvere irescued beti>
suta11iing any injiury. TheIi stahl
whic wa wor'th aboult 8:i)0, was n<
inlsure'd. Th'Ie 1ire was1 thue work of' 1
inceniailry. Th'le netX inighit an3 a
telipt wasl1 13nade to fire Mr'. J5. I
London's gnano11 house, nearli the dopo4.
it wats dliscovered biR3'3e anyW dama1i
wats (done. ThIis wats also0 li inicenii
r's wor'k. We1r adv'ise the person w':
is enigaged( ini this diabolical work
to lit once0. If lhe has1 aniy regar13d ti
his nieck hie ouighIt to stop 11. 1If I
cont1inuei(s it. hie will 1mo0t certaily i1
fbunld out, aind when found ouit lhe wi
Ilcrald, JulUI -.
A 8-rony oF IIANCOCK.--A1i ol
Pennsylvvaianl relate s thie follow in
incoidenit : W heni Winfield1( Scott It ar
coc0k wasl1 a111( lad o tirten h~'i*le app)1h
to the Speaker' ofthe 11 1Iouise of' ide
re(senift tiv'es of' Penn isy'lv'lii, for ai'Ii
"Wha1t11 is youri name31 myW lit.tle fellowi
said( the3 Speaker. '"il ifild Scol
IHanel(Oek," an Iswered (the stripjlini
''Ah1" exclaimed the( Speaker, ''i
VoLi sign1. the D)eclar'ation of' Indeopec
sneeC ?"."'No, sir,"~ said thie boy, wvit
pr'oud mIdpenOdenice, ''but it' I ha
beeni there I should haIve (1011 so."''
is ne~edless to sa' lie r'eceived 1h
hlercI(e toJ dutyk, and1( indepenOidCe
charac1Uter, laid( thle folundaition of hi
futturi''eacarer of' usefulns and5111( hono1
ScLL,x Snuo.u.s, (IA., Gr'eene Co.
Mu.W 1. II(iVTA gut3, 1876.
Dear' Mir'-I ha~ve soIld DR?. GAILT
ElI'S PI!LLS for (lie pas.t. two vearii
and1( find( that a11ll n this neigho'rhoo
rec'(onunended(10 them'Ii, anid Ithe pleop.
will have nonje otheroi. Thley (1r0 bette
Li V E'1.l PLLS 311an1 anyit I have ani
gn1ow ledge oft. Ver'y res8pctfuilly,
"fit) l3NIiY IMOORE.
MAlti11IEDl-Oni thle 1st inist., ait thi
reQsidetoneeof' the bri's' fither, by t
R1ev. Dri. liarding, of thle Secom
Presbyteriani Churcheh, of' CharIottec, N
Char3lotte, to iIs's Maan:1E, elIdes
daughter of' Dr). Johni WV. Campeld.l, o
Ilidgeway, 8. C. Cards.
C HLOI\IDE of Lime, ini (3*cveni
pacikalgo , Ho0'tetter's Bitters, Ha- I
er's Tonic, i'lixir of' Calisayat, TIaritara
Acid, iJDimat,b. Biticing, Lie big's txtr"ae
of Be~of, (iartping 1)il, Collodion, Quice
silver, Quinine, Cream Tfartar, Cod Live
Oil, M'oothing Byrup, Hoyt's Cologne.
july 3 McM1ASTrER, RIuE & CO.
I[ORSE FORl . SA LE.
M~ILH fine saddle anId harness83 h1orse
wiil be sold to the hig hest bidder eve
$150, at tho ,-our't-house, on Monday, the
56,h July, 1880, JAS. H-. IIION,
june 29-13' . . Mortgagee.
Poy your subscription.
FIN E L 4U0 RSt
ATHAN8 BROS.' Old 1jlit Rye
I'Id , loanoko.W%his(e,. 181),1).
k Also, lotterdiam Brandy. Col iam for
3 unlh from I I to 1 o'clock every day.
HAVE recently made oxteunsiVe addi.
timns to my sLock of Wine ati.I
liquors. which eOllsi-its of i full atnort
Ic. mnt of iye Whiskoy, Corn WhIml 0y
1e Frenh .Brandy, Applo Ilrantlv, Pench
311 Brandy, Sherry Wine, bOUppernung Wine,
as Chiuonipagn. etc , etc.
I*- Xf'' I claiin to a -11 the VINEST AND
I PlJI .T " ,YE WIlIKEY to be bud in
id % Winnsbori. Give it i trial.
Al I aio also k ep on hiad a full supply of
I- . -
s SEGARS AND 'ODACCO,
i great varie-ty, and adapted to the tastes
v of everybIdy.
"0 Call at the PAL"'ET,ro uOUSE, it t1
tt Witinsboro Hotel butilding.
10 J. CLEN' ININA.
1 m Ich 2'
I) - : : -
it. .Dry Hides,
ly Sheep Skins,
a Lmnb Skins,
10 Goat Skins,
,o Deer Skins,
1 Otter Skins,
u Mink Skinm,
is Gray Fox Skins
- Opossum Skins,
e - 0
s ~ Wool,
I., Ki- The highest cash prices w
k he paid.
U. G. DESPORTES.
HOW WATCHES ALE MADE.
. It will he Apparent, to any one, who will ex
s am1111 a So,ID1 GOLD WVATC. tiL 11Sd0 from
)t the necessary thicknuss for cagravlig and
1, 1olishing, I ti-ge proport.lon of thleo1uE
Pnea1el 1ised, Is needed only to stilTen and hold
( the engraved portIons in j>laec, and supply the
o i ces-s.ary solIdity and strength. The surplus
K. V(1ld Is actual;y necdless so faras 1v'tri'ry anld
h%auty are enwerned. In JAM1ES BohS' PAT
ENTGOLD WATCH CASES, this WARTF of pre
" lous metal 1s overcome, and the sAms P sountry
C AN S,rm'a-rn prodJucedl At fromf onie-Iicir to
(one-hall' of t he uasual cost, of solitt cases. Th is
Prc.s 13 of the mnost- Rlmj,id nat.ure, as tol
lows: a plate of nie'kel Co:hpt>sit.lon meotal,
13specially aldaptedt to the p)urpoe,.has t wo plates
jtof SOLID GoLl) soldered one 0n nach sidec. Th'ei
three a:e then passed between polished steel
olles, ad te reultis a strip of hentvy' plated
comosilen frm wichthe cases, backs, cen
ties, b'zzles, &c,. nre cut anmd shaped by sulta
iIble dites and formuers. The gold In t hese enses'
Sis suiieentiy thick to admit, of all kinds of
Schising, engraving anid enameling; the en
.egrav~ed cases have been entried until worn per.
fcctiy smloothi by time and1( use without remnoi.
Itnlg t he gold.
11 TIiISS18 THE ONLY CASE MlADE WITHIT wO
t- PLATES OFi SOLID GiOLD, AND WVAIlIIANTED -
BY .SPECIA L CERITIFI(CATE.
For sale by Connor & Chandler and C. Aiiiller.
e Ask for Illustrated Catalogue and to see war
rant. inch 1l-txty
3 NEW QES
a A LARGE lot of WVheat Bran at
FaINEST Tobacco and Cigars at
IT HIRTY-FIVE Barrels all grades
Wines anid Liquors at Donly's.
ha FRESHI Augusta Flour, Bolted
(:Meal and Pearl Grits, at Donly's.
ut. A LARGE lot of fresh Canned
s GGods and Faniey GrOCeries at
ALL RKINDS of Garden and
.Flower Sceeg, Clover and Grass
50e(ds at D)only's.
eI BOOTS, Shoes, HIaty, Hardwvare,
r Crockery and Glassware, Wooden.
y ware and Willowware at Donly's.
. GIVE ine a call and got a bargain.
W. HI. D)ONLY,
apu 10 Oni the Corner.
MACHIN EGO. Wn
+4 N VH CH A RLES.ST
TRON BITTJERS, Leiblg's Etract of
B~eef, Cod LiAcr Oil,. Congress
E For sale at Drug Store of .
S--Subscibe for theNew ad
centheay avaur, :hic wi I
-eoda h eylws cah<rc It
our fr0d n ekoea
lgn Casmers flrnniDrs
LI. ioasrm n fClce, sn
Lans Dr _ ies WioGos
A rhiesL eker lvs c
(oJa id nfc.DyGoso l
kid tteCRE TRE
plaeo w ontas9 ao
all, ecrly and arive ioc a foug
kar~n eiosh~ght to hofore goods.
an od Bay tato vrowedt washpiest
eor betr, ndu Io ee iwe mak
hle shin high. a lowe - cuts, nd but,s
to oos ' eri hihadlow Il its .
I ih custmeno gaite,w cu soon
.Lan, aDrs maco,hino.ed scewed.
'eiven hcien agnds babier rein
membore andi fa ncnct,onal boughlt
forsI them. OINRSTR~
Ial a price and make aatee o
'lCasie or le Folaka anne.
rl leavelyou measiour foc a utneooted
aromlgh. samplera. od
are bargainf Zinle otiFer tne Shoes
aHpaty and ant,
iow goos in irockd ow Glasw, Grobu
ctrnes,Hoes, hg Plows ow u
(ach department s raieafrs, look. s1al
andbd and macem soeaed oevd
uombere aur aot ise QUIeCKi bouEh,
Clarge oe of1 choie C?nnolg; x
ticras soTilt Watrs,Stf
rowlet iPowderyc, &cuaae, E.
cMSTERoc, BRICE, &CO
toant, departmn's ect ora lok..Cl
anhbee'ns b Germa brup .
Blon'b ou ghet isyUp, ALS
apr f TandWl
larg eservfor,ic Clo,s x
etoral e, Brp,own's Mxtra,C
laen's Lng Balsam, TMcLanExes
tCant,ArS ff, cMtr &o c
- rc's Germarbru,D.
Ely's froi Trhebes,
HLae'sLungo eaing' GLve.
ctMASTERi, BrICE' &i CO.e C
SuborsLibe tolam,w ~voAno Ha
*FOR SHEIRX9F.. .
The frienis of S.':WHOUTFt YONOUE
IottliliIto him -a 0andidate fo0 the oico
of Shoitr li t the eniting election -ubj'e'
to tho action of tile Democratic piuriljes.
lessrs. I'Mifors: Plees annnuTe Mr i
I. E. ELLISON JR.. as a eandi(late for
Shoriff of Fairfield County, at the ensu- I
ing Clectionl-Subject to bhe action of the.
Deinratio primory. 31-ANY FlUNUDS.
Thle many frierils of Mr. JNO. ). Me.
CARLEY, rxcognizing him puculiar fitnoss
for the office, rospectfully nominalte him
for Sheritr of Fairfield County-subjeat to
the action of the D6movratio *Primitry.
JIessrs. I'vilors: Afi nominations are In
orde(r, periit um to present the naine of
COL. JNO. B. DAVI8 its a candidate for
Shoriff at the onvuing olection, AbJect.,
of course, to the action of the Democratic
primaries. MANY FRIEiNDS.
ekssArs. Eil-r: Plealle announce Mr.
JAS'. L. RICHMOND as a candidate for
Sheriff at the ensuing election, nub:ect to b
the action of the Democratic Clubs at the
primaides, and oblige MANY FRIEND.
1Iay 13-tf k
Jk/es.r.v ]dors: Please annollouce Mtr.
J. Preston "ooiper as a candidate for the
Democratic nomination for sheriff it the (
Coming elect ion (subject to the decision
of the priwary election) and oblige many
friends in the
SOUTWESTrIN PORTION OF T11E COUNTY.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONE1.
Jressr.. Jilifors: Please announce Mr.
CUTARLES DOUGLA-S as a candidato for
County Commiisioner of Fairfiold, sub
ject the result of the Democratie primary.
Messrs. lWors: 1.lease announce Mr.
J. E. POWE LL as a candidate for the office
of County Conmissionor at the esuing
ellectionX-subject to the action of the l)pi
mary election of the Democratic Olubs. h
MANY FRIENDS. Z
The friends of Capt. JOHN A. HIN
NANT' respectfflly nominate him for re
election to the oflice of County Commis
sioner- subject to the result of the Do-no
3/osrBs. Ediors: The friends of WIL
IAM AIKEN. Fzq., respeotfuilly announce
him a candidlate for County Comma.
sionor at the ensuing election, subject to
the result of the Democratic primaries.
Messrs Editors: Pleaso announc- JAS. -
1. HAEtVEY, Et., as a candidate for tno
office of Countv Comnissioner at the en
Kuinfy election- -subject to the action of
the Democratic clubs at the primary eleu
tion-nnd oblige his
Aessrs iltuors: Please announce Mr.
H. M. ZEAL V as a candidate for the oflico
of County Commissioner at the ensuing
cloction.--subject t(, the action of the
Democratic primary. MANr FRIENDS.
Messr.s. 17ifors: Please announce 'MR.
H. OSCAR DUK E as a can d idate for County
Commissioner at the ensuing election,
SubjeCt to the action of th1e DemoCratic
primary. MANY FRIEND.-t,
The friends ef Mr. JANES W. COLE
MAN respectfully noninato him for the -
ofieo of County Commissioner of Fair
field-subject to the action of the Demo-2
ROBER~T D. B3OLICIK as acandidate for
County Commissioner of Fairtield at the
ensuing election-subject to the action of
thme Democratic p)rimary.
MANY Fn NDs.
'The frien,a :of Mr. James Gi Heon, of
Salem, respecf.fully. noemnate him for the 2
office or County Commissioner at the en
suing election. -subject'to the action of
the Denmocratic p)rimary.
FOR SCHOOL COMMIlSSIONER1.
The friends of' DR. JOHN BOYD), ap
preciating thle skill, zeal aind fidelity
with which he lias dischiarged ihoe duties i
of School Cnmmiissionir, respectuy
noi ate hm for re-election- subject to
the ac~tioni of the D)emocratic pi imnaries.
The frienids of' the R EY. JA MES DOUG
LASS r'espectfuilly nominate,him for the
poition of' School Commissioner of Fair
tield. County at the ensming eletioam- 1
subject to' the action of the Democratic
party atthe primaries.
FOR JUDG~E OF PROBATE.
Mless'rSr. Editors :Please an.unce the
present incumbent, J. It. BevIes, Judge
oif Proontec, ns a candidate for' re-election
at the ensuing election, subject to the ac
tion of the Democratic party at the pri.
maries. By so doing you will obligo his
14 MANY FmI.NDs.
TO TH E CITIZENS OFFAIFED
Il. HAVE catablishecd a Sale Stat>ue at
Winnsbor'o, and amn prepared to
lell stock stock oni very accommnodat
Ing terms, eithietr for cash or' on time A
imitil ntext full for negotiable paper'.
Perisonms wishing to buy or' awapl will
lo wvell to call on me before p)urchas
I will also pay the highest cash price
CORN AND FODDER
Deli ver'ed at iny Sta ble on Cotngress
street, located cne door south of the
J. E. li DONALD,
ATTORNE~Y AT LAW,
WO. 3 LAW' RACANG
WINN8BORIO, 8. C.
V" In Bear of Ooumrt flouse,
DR. W. E. AIR EIN;
Dr *,Meicne,Bolet.C . Go '
* 090 * '~
Q 0ANVTOT ,Eb T LD
. SONGS-.. -
In the old 'place any longer I.'s
00 smnall. Not half large enough
er our family, household goods and
rade, thorefofe we shall break camp
Fuly 1, next, and establish new mu
ical hoadquarters in the handsOme
New Double Store
'OR. CONGRESS & WIITAKER STS'
Where we shall havo the largest
fnd finest Musical Wareroons in
hei enti.e South. Before we go,
Ve timnst, to save .. heavy. expense
nd labor of removal, close out our
intire sto6k of Pianos and Organs
iow on hand and to arrive prior to
ruly 1. To do this we shall inau
,urate forthwith a
MAND OLEAPUNG OUT SALE,
Commencing May 15 and ending
ly during which time we shall
ell ...t Mauufacturers' Wholesale
10 Favorite Pianos.
27 Chickering Pianos.
21 Lighte & Co. Pianos.
50 Mathushek Pianos.
5 Rallet & Da,is Pianos.
62 Southern Gem Pianos.
08 Guild, Church & Co.' Pianos.
44 Sterling Co. Organs.
100 Peloubet & Co. Organs.
110 Mason & Hamlin Organs.
ill new and jurt from factory. Also,
100 Second Hand Pianos and Or
,ans. Most all of them used only
rom one tv six months and precisely
to good as new.
DON'T MISS TIS CHANCE
L'o securre a fineinstrument "awful"
,heap.: Write for Clearing Out Sale
)irculars and Price Lists, and be
iuick about it The sale ends July 1,
LUDDEN & BATES'
holesale Piand and Organ Dealers.
Therefore we take' pleasure in an
oQuncing to oar. friends .and cns~
~omers that we have made' a ,great
eduction.in pi-ices of our stock..We
re detorumined never' to bo
.We '. ill give our customers a sps.
dal benefit by offering great and
Calicos, Muslins, Swiss, and all
inds of White Goods for summer
IfREATILY REDUCED PI?ICES.
Suitings, Linen Buntings at great-.
y reduced Prices.
Cottonados. Jeans and Cassimeres
at greatly reduced prices.
Just received a new lot of Ladies'
dises' and Children's Slippers.
A new invoic'e of Gents' Scarfs,
'Teckties and Suminer Underwear,
vhicb will be sold cheap.
VHITE AND COLORED SII
IOSQUITO NETTING I
MOSQUITO NET TING!
'han Ever in Embrolideries, Ho.w
siery, Notione, etc. - 1
JLO THING, ETC.
We now have on hand a full stock
f Clothing, Boots. Shoes, Hats and
lents' Furnishing Goods- Give us
call before buying elsewhiere and 4
1P. 1LINE(ER_& BRlO.
EATS-FOOT Oil, Linec O11,
Olive 0O1, Castor Oil (cold
r'essedt, Cnator Oil (cotnm6n), Cod