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Winnsard Pitbblilhing Coiipany
* ~ ~ diissljionr May til
NaqiaMi itar'y InstIt1ii.o-Col. J- P
*P.Y libas ch_
.' Jidibli8h ~n .tertaining letter
from a yoL(ng teknsiian whlo is doing be
uroa/g7i o tIfe se4 sic.kCncss, wetl
illa Wodit~d lie.with. IIh - t
kit gay irth to a all'
ftrn a few da6'4 hjo, and the trio of ty
deer are'as lrttv a p.cture as can be ha
heeu n i tiniid life, r
iASib tL CONTEsT.-TWo "
o,ld teamis4 left 11ondaymorig ior'
iendersonvill, N. C., to participate in
a gm8id -as ball - testt 'lIe first
team tiists of Messrs. II. B. McMie- s
Master,J. D.McCal ey; M Carley;
J. M.obCait ant J.4, Elder; the
Aecond:ofMesars. Irvile Pagan and A.
M. WiIace I .iby iro bound to have
a good thui wheiet thy break all the
blls or not;
- Thl rain 6ii lferiday.iias knei'ali, and th
in iostp'arts of the country it foll for
twelve hours. At Ridgeway four xx
Inches fell by neasuremenut, while five
ilies ai-. i'eporlte4 from the Bear
(Crek ieghbohood. ito 6rdeik W6i-e
flooded lig and Little Waterce rh
Crceks fortned on. solid body of water foI
for soie distance above their ordinary qu
(,onfluence. The ground was saturat- ed
ed, and the roiught, which iii somei
places had lasted since the 3d of May c
and i others since the 20th of April; an
was broken up. ch
hiforniation concerning the Teachers' eri
Institute at Spartanburg has been ob- ed
tained. Board can be hat 1tt tiree bt
dollars a week, when teachers are will- cr
ing to be placed f9ur in a room. The bi
charge is something more for separate T1
rooms. inforniation on tlv6 stibject lh
can be hpd from th6 lion. Charles Pete; m
ty of Spai-tanburg. Thie Charlotte; Ce.: te
lumnbia and Augusta Railroad will in
charge three cents a. mite each way. sql
Th~ie Spartanburg and Unio'n Road Wyill fi
charge f\ill fare going, but wvill bring '.1
back f'ree all those those who,have cera eii
tificates ofa)tttecndatne. 'ihe host Way
for F?aaifield teachers is to go aci'oss Pt
tihe country to Lyies' Ford, Strothefi or cO
Shelton. Several teachers from tihe ce
counitr' hiave annIounIced a determiiina- ei
tioni to attend;:P
RElaGrOUs Nonu:s.-Thae Rev. W~m. th
Mlartin', of Columbia, Preached in the e3
Methodist Church on Sunday; .lHe sil
camoe ini the interest of the Washig-. th
tQln Strect Methodist Church in Column- of
lIin, ~'iil isistill in debt; it is hoped of
that an arranigemnt &imn be Cfi'cted tow
-clear oil' this deObt in a meries of y'ears~ in
by pakyinag a ertaili soio yearly; The ai
old church s'as burnt b'f Sher- b
man's fires in 1865, atni th'a'iiow onie is pC
one of the niost comimodious anid com-~ w
fortable places of' worship in thn Sofith. e
Its co1st was twenity41ve tflo'usand dof- d<
lais, of wVhichi seYen thousanid are vet,
un pai'd. It Is hoped t hat liberal' aid 'i
*ill be extended by all friends of the wv
cause. hed th
Comaunioas s'artices ivoe'iefdi 111
the Presb'yterian Church en Sunday w
by the R1ev. Mr. Pratt, assisted by theT
Nov. G. A.- renhmolm;of Chieater; Ser- ci
vices wvere held also on Satur'da'y I1(
mnorning and: e'venilng, Senday evening ,di
and Monayca~ otoning, ae all of which w
Mr. Trenholmn pr6ahed. Ifis dFnh'ons to
wvere very imp'essivo and' aiensed fo
great Interest oii the part of hil' hear'
ers. On Suhdauy afternoon Mr'. Pi-att'in
delivered a lecture to cYmd young people. ZC
'The Rev. Mr'. Mellichamp condnet.-b
-dd divine serviced At. the Baptist Vt
Church in the morning, bilt t'hore were th
no scirilees,at this-chlir'oh in tthe eve- b(
ilng, Mr. MellihaMlp'assisting 11n the al
eervices at thi6 Presb)yter'ia'n Chutrclr. til
The uial soY'ffes wvere libIi' at the
Epistiopal,Churclr 1W tho' n iofing by P<
hle Rev,Mr. Obbarr aad hI the Asso- bi
clate Itef'ormied' Presby tei'lan b~liurch niC
1n th.e evefibilg-by the *ev/'Mr. Chal. to
fheo.1 odist itgeftibginniig 84d
Suti'aa1 'I'h3A '&v Mtf. Whitan wlly
6i the S,outh Georgia Conference.. [
.Ti'tB TFi fEL 'If )ZIGtMf19 T. J
i ToceMhik's'f thne Porth Qitartewly rMooe
***i nag orohl'panles 0 anld F.
[IIEPoIuTED FoR THE? NEWS A?*D. HRAILD.)
T he mlenmber's of Compjanles C and. a
F, 12th S. C. V., met In the Court P
HIone on Shturday a't 12 o'clock. 1l1
'Ndnie of th6 pr'e'sding ofilen beinglf
- .priesent, Mr. Thomaa' Anderson wvasib
Ahosen to act as chaa'rnhn' pro tern. Id
Tihe inhintis 9f the last meeting were fo
read andi coiiflrmed,
TPhe genoi'al r'etmion for the present j
year at Yyritt'ille bn Angust 19, was g
* 4' rmotion' was then put for all iWho, Ct
e"I it 014 JMteudo4 to;4tenq
tution ikYotVillo OE ifia 19th
W1no to dxpress themselv69, whore.
on1 0t6y member presqut 4rose;
Kr. Jas. R. Harvey thon moved that
i secretary correspond with Colonel'
Iskollp President otd. the Charlotte,
ilumbia and Au*ustat Railroad Con
nyi and the Presideit of the Chdsten
d L.enoir Railroad Co:m 4dityy and
Werb.it at Wat fates; pd' captta;
iy will traisport tie from her dr
ilumbla to Yorkyillo on that oc6alonj
It was moved thai the Assobiatilon
Id an extra meeting dif Saturday,
igust 14, at 11 o'clodk) sharp, and
it bvery niiiibei of both coinpauiles
6sent be reigqed 'to resolve lijisolf
' a-commlittee of one and se every
nbet of the Reglinent within his
x9h, and urge upon him the import
ce of turning odt on the 14th of
igust. On notlon it was
Resolved, That the thanks of Con
nies U and F are due atnd avo hereby
idel'ed to Lient. J. It: boylos for the
fliing energy he had displayed in
ting up our present Association,
d that thi8 Associtidi dcknowledo
)ir- indebtedness to him for our, past,
Dsenlt and future reunions of our
ivalrous Old Twelfth. '
Hr. J. R. harvey then moved that al
) term of office of the present incumn
aN expired with to-day's meeting,
i Association enter into an electlodt
o11icers for the -next tNyeIve months,
1 that we further amnend our Coun
Association constitution, so as toi
ve a chaplain. Unanimnotisly car
d. An election was then entered
6. with the following result:
Llresidenit-Col. H. Ci Davis.
st Vice-1resident-S. W. RIfM.
ind Vice-President-F. B. Austin.
Iecording Scoretary-N. C. Robert
Jorreelionding Secle'ta'y---J. i.
Jhaplain-L. C. Chappell.
[t was resolved that these proceed-.
s be publishe1 in TiHE NEwS AND
PnALD. On motion, the meeting
'1n adjou-ned. J. I. BOYLEs,
,Secretary Pr-O ten.
PROVEMEiWTS IN SV.QNbltFRCH.
iovatlon and Enlargement of the Build
1Ifg-A Decided Change for the Better.
rhe work of repairing the Presbyte
I Church which has been going on
some time is at last completed, and
ite a metamorphosis has been effect
For some years the wat of seat
r accommodations for the growing
ligregatidn has been sadly felt,
d it was almost imnposbible for the
urch to perform its work successful.
li tile face of this drawback. Sev
%I temporary expedients were redort
to, such ai subdividing the pews,
t this failing, it was resolved to in
3ase the seating facilities of the
ilding, by recessing the pulpit.
ie church as it stood was built after
a order of archiitecture prevailing
inig gears' ago. A broad gallery ex
idedi arottnd three sides of the build
g, while the~ pulpit was a large
uunre box-like 'arrangement, by no
ans plJeasimig to' the eye and occupya
decidedly too muchi room. On
her side were ?d>hi corner' seats,
idh, froin their location,- were but
.rtially occupied. The i Irtprtovemlenlts
usietj frrst; in bui.din:g a'ni af,11d re
is hr the wvall, liaving a de1ath of
ghmt or teni feet, andI ini filling the
ado v.acatecd by the lpulpit with comn
e'table, seats, and second, in removing
o two side galleries, and fitting rais
dents in (ine end gallery on either
he of the choir, and finially by cutting
o windoivs on either side to a hight
twelve feet: Thie architectural
'et of the change is very pleasing, as
1ll as the atLual advantage in secur
increased space and more light and
e'. The interior of the buildings hAs
en kalsomnined, all the seata re
hnted, and1 the floor of the recess, as
all as thme aisies, handsomely carpet
A large chandelier has been or
*redl, but has not yet arrived.
The old p)ulpit has been' entirely re
evcd and in its plade is a beautii'ul
alnnt stand or reading dek, with
i-' high-backed chniirs in carved wal
mt and e:rimson seats, a m)arble top.
[lnut table and marble top stand.
eo set was procuired from a large
urch furnishinr house and is 'in the
west style of art; Whi'le credit is
ec to all wvho partiCipated in this
DIrk, special praise should be given
Mr. and Mrs. D.' R. Flenniken, the
rmier for his untimlng energy in su
'rintndingf the worf ""l overcom
g ail obstacles. and * r for' her
al in conduct!ug the eadings
'which the pulpit set '. chased;
'o must also say in 'thl, some~otion
at the improvement would not have
en n'etaken b)ut for~the earnmest
peals of the minister of thb donigre
Mr. Pratt imlonced~ that fhough
'we were assigned to different morm
its of the congregAtion; tVid' 4&e
~uerthel'ese perfectly free to all visi
Ps', WhD'womid- be heartily welcomed
hienever thcey sthe fit to attend.
10TOHJ.KtXSlH IN T1 HB AY2OTLINAB.
M5 Account of the People Who Form'
(n Important Element in Upper South
At the, celebration of the 1'50th anni
wesary of the settlorment of the Cum
arland Valley, Pa., on the 8th inetani,
Doubling Giali Spri ngs, R1ev. J. W.
Otts, pastor of the Chambers Pres
'toriani Church in' Philadelphia, read
paper upon the anbject of ''he
mnsrlvanla Scotch-fish' in the Caro
Rev. Mr/ Otis, After refeifring to the
et of his' being ut South Carolinian' by
rth and a Pennsylvanian by rdsi
nee, and enlo laig the 8'coteh-Irish
r their enter~r~ #6td' thrift, said-:
Let us go back as near' to the begin
ng as we can, and ,WAvill tihid out
at the 8eotch-Iris Wof Wee'6, fl't ish
otchmen and then Scotoh-Irlshmnen.
the third century the Scots' migrat
I t.hrough Noteastaen Enu.one, by
W1glun Ando tt 1 orith of Orange, and
bittled iu IrelAid.' The Ocots were
therefore, Irishnen. before tley settleta
inwcotlhlId; and Iriabinen ihey rv
inaled for- 800 $ears. It was. III the
sixth centuy 1hat thO, 1tro peaI Scot
went frot 1- land itbt Oaledonila and
there stuiilgated tie 866ts. and found
ed akingdon. Thenc'etbrivard Cale-'
donia.was ti land it temahns tilt the
iient day I
Alotit the middle of the sixteeutl ti
celtry. Khig James confiscated did
lian'ds of sevortal Irish noblei fin the
No'th of Ireland,'yho luid colispired
against his governmient. Th itorth of
Irolanl ,vas tihus' re-poopled with
Scottlsj edinles in tie sixteenth con
tpi'y. . Th4is, after a lapso of nearly a
thousand years, the Scots,.whoti *Ire
land gavd to Caledonia of .old;' catne
back td decupy their ancestral lornes,
anid the Irish-Scot-4 ilow becdie the
About the beghiining 6f thelghteott
c6itury the Englisli .Governinitt be
9an1 to do all that was possibld to sup
pr;ss the Scotch-Irish in the nerth of
Ireland. Then it was that the Scotch.
Irish begait Ia otmigrato't ag u.
ber to Pen isylvania. Tliesd emigrants
landed princilly at New Castle, Dela
ware, and Phila .elphlIa: Durhig thid
period, froin about 1718 to 1736, ]argo ,
setluint.its of Scotch.Irish were mad .
in Chester, Lancaster, York and Cun-|"
bbrland coutnties; and Polinsylvania '.
owes much of what sh is 'tolaty to
the facet that so many or these peopld
setiled in her borders: Tie first pub
lie voice in America for dissolving all
q0linection with Great Britain, says
Banuclft, cane from the Scotch-Irish T
lresbyterians. A larce nubiioei of .I
thorm were signets of tie Declaration
of Independence, and throughout the
Revolution they were devoted to the
canso of the bdnitry.
Thle upper phrt of South Carolina 19'
full of Pennsylvania Scotch-Irish, that J
Is, of Scots who caine from Scotland, A
to the north of Ircland, and fi'om Ire- Il
land into this State. The line of emi
gra tion from Pennsylv'aniia was through
tie Kittatinny Valley, west of tie!
Susquehanna, to tile Potomaci and b
through the valley of the Sh6ianloalh,
southward. Irish settlers were left all
along the line of emigration, and many B
of them made their way into the Ctim
berland Valley, into Kentucky and p
The speaker then referred to those
who went into 11 upper counties of
South Carolina and said: "Here you
have your Lancaster, York and Ches'
ter counties, and we have in Sotili
Carolina our Lancaster, York and i
Chester countiesi hll of whose earlier 0
settlers were Pennsylvanians, Scotch
Irish, who gave tie names of the coun
ties from which they emigrated to the
region in which they settled. Theso
countle.9 at the first covered the dis
tricts which are now known by the
names of Union, Spartanburg, Nbw
berry and Laurons. Lancaster was
first settled in 1749. In 1751 and 1765
a colony of Scotch-Irish from Penn
sylvani-t, %hto' had lived under the
ininistry of Rev. Mr. Cathcart., settled
on Brown's Creck, in wiat is tnow
knowin as tUioi county, and fotided
a church to which they gave the name
of Union, the name of the Chutrch- to
which they beloutred in Pennsylvania.
This was the motier church.
In-concluding his address the rever
end gentlimian said: "There is no bet-,
ier blood in the United States niorafiy-- r
where else, and the Scotch-Irish are a~
better and a greater p)eOple in thtis
counitry thtan int Scotlantd air Ireland;
for lhere alone thecy have a fair field
anud a full scope for the frece and unimn
p)eded development, ot'. their. iinward
capacities anid possiilities. They are.
a lucky, p)ushing and persistent 1)eo- 5
pie. They have a will of their 'own, i
and wheni they want to go forward; t
if they do not finud a way, thuey. nmak' a- 1
iva? for (h'emselvCs: *Thr6 'Pontsvl- c
vania D)itchu knowV howv to mind their i
own buisintess, anid to let othter people's
businiess aloneo; in doing so they keep) f
ot of tr'ouble ; the Scotch-Ir'ish kulpw
how to mintd their own buusiness; buit
they (10 not aiways know how to let
other people's business alone. If they
thuink that tihe other muan's business is
wronug they wvill inter'fer'e; they wvill t
not1 toler'ate WNe wurong in frienI or j
foe, and in this way they soinetimes
get themselves into trouble, but wheni
they do get into trouble they' stand
and1( fight. All we who ar'e liescend
ants.of these noble, self-willed, strono~
anid valiantt Scotch-1ris~h, a poop1o a
wvays to be held dear as friends and
dtreaded as enemies, shtould never for
get. to pray the pr'ayeir of the old
Scot ch older, who piraved, "Good
Lor'd, always keel)m in'nthte right, for'
ye ke n, Lord,;thant wvhon.I ganig wrang
I amn unco hard to' tur'n."
-A man rriiived in Leadville with a
whlite sirt on, a few days ngo, and
tile gov.eirnor' hatd to put tile city unederI
mar'tial lawv at oice;
FOR COtJNTY COMMISSIONER.
Messrs JMtors: FThe many friends of.
Mr. JNO: A,' STEWART respctfally
ncnminato him as acandidate for the ofice
of County "'ommnissioner, dubject to the
CAROLINA MILITARY INSTITUTE,
OH[ARLOTTE, N. C.
Col. .T. P. THOMAS, 5u'pt. a'nd Proprietor.
THIE 8th annual session' of tis Instituteo'
will open as usual on Sept. 15th noxt,j
In the "Classicatl Course" students pro
#hroa for aiqy of' our .Collegoes 0z Uhivor
sities. In the "Regular Course," tuained
to engago at once in thiobusi.noss of lire.;
For circulars giving fuill informaiion, l
app.ly, to theoSupt;.
. ju.ly 27--1aw2wv
H0WV WATOIR'ES ARE MADRh.
It will be apparent to any one, whlo will ox- (
amTihe a Soi GoLn w ATOJ. that, asIde from
the necessary thicknes'd for engakving and
polishing, alarge'p('qp@fAon' of the precious
meth'i'uscd, is needed only to stiffen and hold
tihe engraved portions In place,, and suipply the
n ,ceissary solidity and etreungth. The11 surplus
golil is actually neddlbse so far a# UTILITY and
beaut,y are concerned. At JAMtES flo88' P'AT.
ENT GOLD WATCH CASES, tis WASTB of pre
cious metal is overcome, and the SA M? SOLIDITY
AND STRENoTH produced at from Onoe-LI,hil to
en d-half of thle usaudi cost, of solid cases. Til
process Is of the most, simple natutre, as fol
lows: a plate of niecel composit,Ion metal,
spoclially adapted'to the pih'pose, hs.two plates
of 8OLID GOLD soldered one Oil each side. The
three are t13en passed bet,ween polished steel
r'ollers, and the result Is a st.rip of heavy plated
compositIon, from wvhich the eases, backs, cen.
tres, bezzle, &e,. are out and shaped by suita- ,,
ble dlIes and formera. The gold In these eases I
is suiticiently tiieck to admit of all kinds of
chasing, engraving and enameling; the en
graved eases have been carried uintil worn por,
footly smooth by tidi antl use wIthout remov
ing the gold.
TIJ1IS Il HE ONLY CSS$ A DE WITH T WO
PLATES OF BOLID) GOLD, AND WAREMTED
BY iPE'CIALf OSRTIFICATE4.
For sale by Coahor & Chtndler and 0. Stuller.
Ask for filust'rated Cattslogue and to see war
rant. ' mich 1tiy
nrat oi NG'oPles coisthitly o
Mid; and sellthe satne at livliig plrIc
A freah lot of,Patoit Fnilly Flom
ke beat lit town; It. has nto cqua
ickgon'6 bost getidbs Family Flour.;
Four rad(s of G reon. Also, Parcie
10 and Java.
Of hll grades-niom dI'lglied t
FriPe'Nars, Tomatoes, Sallholl
Hor;os.eAnd Mule Shoes, Nal1g; Tac
hin18% Plows, and otlhIr ariticles to
alierons to inonitionl. 9giality at
rice guaranteed: Give ine a call an
D. R. ENNIk;0No
ATHANS VMOS.' Old Cabin01 Ry
. 1803, Cld Roanoke Whiskey, 18M1(
[so, Rottordam Brandy. Cold Han fo
nch from 11 to 1 o'clock every day,
HAVE recently mado extensivo add,
tions to my stock of Witis n'a
inors. which consiNts of a full assori
ent of Itye Whiskey, t'orn Whiskey
renolh Brandy, Applo lirandy, Peao
randy, Sherry Wino, bouppernong Win(
bainpagno, eto, etc.
fl'b I claim to sll the FINEST AN]
UREST RYE. ,YISKEY to to had i
'innsboro. Give it a trial.
I also also k op on hand a full supply
SEG.ARS AND 2'OhACCO,
i great variety, and adapted to tho tast<
Call at the PAL" ETTO HOUSE, ii t0
'innaboro Hotel building.
'0 THE CITIZENS QF FAIFIEL]
[ AVE etablished a Sale' State
il Winnsboro, and amn prepared.
ng terms, either for' cash o'r on tini
ztil nxt fall for negotiable pape
'ersons~ w~ishing to buy or' swap[ w
lo well to call oin nm b'eore punrche
I will also paty the highest cash pri
COUtN AND FODDER
DanIvei'ed at my Stale on~ Congdre
street, located oneO door south of' t1
:az 20- A. WIJLLIFORD
A LARGE lot of Wheat Bran
lIiNEST Tobacco and Oigard
'THIRTY-FIVE Barrels all grad
Vines and Liquors at Donly's.
FRESH Augustat Flour, J3olt
ie'al And Pearl Grits, at Dolf's;
A LARGlE 166 6f fresh Cain
1.oods and Fancy Grocer'ies
ALL KINDS of Unrden' ar
l'low~e,r Seeds, Clover .an'd dr'al
leeds at Donly's
6OO Ys, Shoes, NIatsT Har4avai
3rockery and Glassware; WVoodez
raro and Willowwaro at D)only's;'
GIVE nie a call and get a bargaii
apI 10' C)n the Cornetr.
FORl YOUNG LADIEs,
R A L EIGR, N. Ci
REV. R. BURWELL',
JOHN B. BURWELL, I'lrla6lpal.
TH E next sessieou commoe
on WVodnesdity, the 1st Seoptor
No institution'offers superi
advantagos for instruction
4l branolhes usually taught i1' first-cla
emInattes for young ladies.
Advantages for instruction In mune
vocal and instrum'onttal) 'had Modoa
The only Instftntion in the South ha
n g In successful operation a fully equi
ed school for instruction in theo thee
nad practioe of cooking.'
For oireular's and catalogue, add ress
REV. R. BURWELL, & 80ON,
july 17-2m ... Raleigh, N. C.
The fr.'dids of R. N. MqMAS'fl R. Esq..
rtspectfully nominate him for the o1100 of
Aheriff of Fairflold Cot#nty, siubjet to the
notion of hb Denooratio primary.
The frionis of S. WHORTEIR YONOUE
nominato him a candidate for the offloo
of Sheriff at the ensuing ele'oton---pubject
to the ation of th Denocratio primaries.
MalesrA. alio?.: Plese anhnonnde Mr
R. E. ELLISON. JR.. as a candidate for
Sheriff of Fairiold County, at the ensu.
ing electlonl -subject to tile notion of the
I I),011o4ratic primary. MANY FIENDS.
Thoi many frfids qf M r. JNO D. Mc
CARLEY, recogiiiig i; peoufor fitness
for the ofico, respootfully nominate him
for Sheriff of Fairfield County-subject to
D the actiofh of the Domooratio primary.
Aessrs. litors: As nominations arb in
order, permit us to present the name of
0%)L. JNO. B. DAVIS is a ctndidato foi
Sheriff at 4ho ensuing eleotion, Aubject;
of course, to the a-otiozi ot the Democratic
priintai. MANY FuiEiNDs.
Messrs. FAMors: Please announce Mr.
JAS. L R11I1MOND as a candidate for
D Rhoriff at the ensuing eeotlon, Pubject to
'the actioii of the Democratic (lubii at ihe
priri6ries, and obligo MANY F1IENDM.
aIsrs Edifors: Please anihofneb Mr.
J. Preston apopqf asa cahdidate for. the
Democratti6 noination for sheriff at the
coming ilection (subject tb . th.. dooision
Sf the primary election) hnd oblige many
frionds inl the
SOUT11WE8T:r1t Vb1tTiON 0V 'riE CdOiJY
FOR COUNTY COM11SSiONEru16
Messrs, Klitors: Pleaso announce TIO1S.
D.'~OWINGS, Erq., as a candidate for the
office of County Commissioner- -sul) ect
r to the ation of the Democratic Primar es,
and oblig6 his MAZy FifENd.
Messrs. Mlitois: Please announce DIX
1 (IN 11. ROBER ThON, Esq., as a candidato
- for the offico of County Conimissixnor vt
the onsuing election, subject to the iatihit
i of the Democratio primaries. ivrid oblige
, his MANY FRIENDS.
) Messrs. Editors: Please announc Mr.
1 CHARLES DOUGLASS as a candidate for
County Commissioner of Fairfield, sub
I joct the result of the Democratic priinary,
Jfessrs. Ediors: Pleae announco Mr.
J. E. PO WE UL as a candidato for the ullico
a of County Conmissionor at the ensuing
eleelion-subject to 'he action ofthe pri
o mary e1bctiifnof the Domocratio elubs.
Tbe friends of Capt. JOHN A. IN
NANT respectfully nominate him for re
election to the oflice of County Commis
sionor- -subject to the result ot the )e.no
.lssrs. Fditors: The friends of wIL
IAM AIKEN; Esq., respectfully announce
him a candidato for County Vommis
sioner at the ensuinig election, subject to
the result of the Democratic primqies.
Non*TuI-W EST.RN FA1JlIE,D,'
Messrs J!itors: Please unnouncno JAS.
R. 1AIEY, Esq., as a candidato for the
office of County Commissioner t't tho en -
suing. election--subject to the nction of
the Democratic clubs at the primary olec
tion-and oblian his
esr.1JaliIor.s: Please announce Mir.
11. M. ZEAL i.as a candidate for the oflico
of County Commissiner at the ensuing
eloction-subjct~ to. the action of the
Democra tie primary. MANY FRIEND,s.
to Messrs. JElifors: Pleaso announhot St.
t-. H. OSCA R DUKE as a can(dlidaite for County
1e Commissioner at .the ensuingi oleetion;
r. subject to the action of thoe Democratie
11 primary. MANY FRIENDS,
The friends of Mr. JAMES WV. COLE
MAN respectfully nominate him for the
Soffice of .County Commissioner of Fair..
field--anbject to the nOtion of the Demo
Mfessrsq. Jalitors: Please announce MR.
ROBlERT D. JBOLICK as a candidate for
Counti Commissioner of Fairtielt) a.t the
ensuing eletion--subjcct to' the action of
~ he Democratic primary.
The frienn tof Mr. James G Heron, of
Salem, resp)ectfulIly nominate hitu for the
office of.County Commissioner at the en
suing election. -subject to the notied of
the Democratio primnary.
FORt S0t100 C0itMd101NERt.
Thd friends of DRI. JOHN BOYD, api
preciating the skill, zeal and fidelit,y
with syhich he liA discharged the dtuties
of School Ctmmmissio'nva;. respoetfully
nominate him for re-ele tion-subjecot to
Sthe action of the Democatic primaries.
The frieni1s of the R EV. IA MES DOUG
LASS respeeffully nominate him for the
position of School Commissioner o.f Fair
aB 110ld County at the ensuing .electioa
subject to tlie action of the Demboratic
party at the primairies,
ci 12OR1 JUDGE OF PROBATE.
.Messy-s. EdI'tors .; Please anh.ournc . the
p)rescent lnerrmb6nt, ,J. IL. Boyles, -J4ga
,of Probate, ais a candidato for re-eleotion
[ n't tho ensufng election, supj-eot to the ao
tion of the Doemocratic party at the pri
maries. . By so doing you .wvil.. oblige his
14' MANSt FRIENDs.
IS Th'e friends of T. P. MIITCHELL regard
hium fitted to represent the county in theo
House of R presen t.ati Vq, and respectfully
su bmit his name to the Deamocyats of
6,Fairfield for their ac3tion in the primary.
Alessrs. .Iditors: Please anrtounce Mr.
JAMAES B. T'UJNER an a dandidato. for
the Legislature at the nsuing election,
sutieat to the action of. the Democratic
elu isat the rlmarios. 13 s'd doing you
will oblige lils. ~ fANY FutrNo
S Liglhiteit ,gge
-n A#4 CRUSD
NO. 8 LAW .ZBANGE,
- LT In Rtear o(Court Mouse/
iust received arn to arrive in a few
M lny tw good bopght before the rd
cent hoavy advagvo, %b1ch will
Be sold at the very' loweg ed8h prices to
our frivnds an' oustomerai
Elegant Calmoros, Hernani ' Dress
Goods, Moinie cloths,.Buntin g. &o.
A nice Iasortuierit of Calicoq, usiui,
Lawin, Dre"' .Linenir White.TOds.
Torchou Laces. E dgings, Hosiery, Harid
kerchiefs, Neokwear, Go1es, &o,
You can find. in fat. D f Goods of all
kifd at the ( UltNER STORN.
A prices which 'wo guaranted
plense or we do not ask a sale.
Call early and give our stock a thoiofih
.inpeotion, it iFf
Otr delight to show our jo'ds.
dur sLobk o Zeieor Irotbier6' flne fhoei
, and Bay State Screwod .wIm
ever bettor, and of those kind we make
..a spOiglty.fand warrRnt.
i sho64 in high ahd low cufs, and but
ton slhoes in high and low Lut".
High out men's g.aitors, low out shoes
. 1land 4ndl iWaWlino sOWqd. sciowed:
lven the bhildien and babis weie rd
Y onibored and aiuice slectlion bought
Call at onno and make a seleotlon of a
Cassimore or Bluo Flannel;
Or leave your measure for a suit seleoted
Rare bargains in soft Felt Ut, siif
- Hats and Straw. Unats.
Ndw goods in Orockory, Glassware, Gro
ceries, 1008, Plows, &o.
Each department. is ready toj a look. Call
and buy anid be pleased.
Rniie ber our 1notto is QUICK SALE,1
Q E L
Gray Fox Skins
. .~ur Coon Skins,
NIi' The highet~ cashly rices w
?JTJE Fire raati'rande. Th2ltriss gnQ
..L": wallbe resumaed inarAl
by the :udersigned~ )e atro~ ae o
the pizblld aria of f4 pai'n i
itedl. OffBee at the BtorO.e tt J 'W
M ~oMIatet & Co. O o;x. TOMp
$ulyI6.' 124w1 . ,
WINES AND LIQUORS
GREAT VAl ItY
WOULD most ae6trully 10ibrM
my 814tdmbis and the ctiteien dY pIfI
field generally, that I keep in stock A
fnil suplly of ne Liquors* -igars
Tobacco, &o.; &c.; find gitarafttk
satisfaction to ally oi11 glving li,6
trial. Mv stock consista as foliows:
OTARD, btJPUY 0S0]A O dA
3t.AND'8 SbiEDAM GINS.
RAMSEY'S SCOTC1 -*skEiS0
JAMAICA L.' D. RUMS.
F. MORINO VE MORA SHERRY
P UbO1ARIEn 1iORT WINbi
G. H; MUMM & CO.'S iItiIm
GENUINE RHINE WINE*
SARATOGA PVI?E IYE iVnis'
NATHAN'S 1863 CABINET itYil
STRAUSS' IMPERIAL RYE WiHIt
kEESE'9 "OWN" RYE WHISIEY:
STONE MOUNTAIN, RYE AND
CNLEBRATED P'0EIFFER E. RYD'
KENTUCKY BOURBON WHIS-'
PLANTATION RYE WHISKEY:
ViftGINIA APPLE AND PEACH
NORTH CAROLINA SWEET MASI
PLANTATION CORN WIISKEYS:
GINO ER BRANDY.
NEW ENGLAND RUM;
FRENCTIE'S "BOSTON" GIN;
VERY FINE 'L1 j.01A-RET WINE:
IKONVE NkAJDE WVINES.;
1 KEG DRY SCUPPERNONG WINE:
1 KEG SWEET SCUPPERNONG
1KtG SWEET CAt'AWBA WINE;
IIA LT J1ORS;
BERGER & ENGEUJS CELEBRAT
E"D LAGER BEKR ON DRAUGIIT
BASS & CO.'S IMPORTE~D ALE:
PUJRE CRAB APPLE~ CIDER.
PURE NATUR UL APPOLONZA
cIGAIns AND 'ronACco
RfiiAPhODY-A SThIoVTL 'i'NIN
CENT 01I AR.
THlE PitnME MINTSTER OIGAU-$'
FOR 25 CENTS;
TilE PUCO . CIGAn-8 FOR 25'
THE CORONET CIQAR-3 FON 25'
THE SONORA CIGAR-3 FOR
THE SMASHER CIGAR-5 O25
THE LiGIITN1NG4 CGAit-5 I
TIHE AiNNa THE SOUTI
CIGAR-5 FOR 25 CENTS.
"4'll MASTER S'T'OKE..dIGAR
FOR 25 CENTS.
THlE AMERIQAN TWI?NS CJA
5 FOR 25 CENTS,"
TU'E COSTA iIIC -OlGA-8$
TIHE RO'YAL~ SEAL CN'ilAR-10
FOR 25 CENTS'
THE' ROSE AND T9t~ CIGANU
-JPOR 25 CENTS.
THNE 1AVANA AfiOT$-4
T. W; 1JA6KiWELL'd SMOIN1G'
OHJNWI G TONACCO-TiHRESI
ICE,' 'SODA WATEU.'
TIE $$ST MIXED B3EVERAGC
ONJ THE SEA SO)N. EVED
AT AIZd HOU1M 6P
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