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E ATU1tDAW Au2gu4 14; 18
issolution-Dosportes & 1rn ts.
Sherif's Sales-J. 13. Dav1 . . .
THE.Yom 13utvivois.-T to coin
mitteo of arrangemonts. for the ap
rohiigsurvivors' rounloi'at York
villo gh the 19th hist. have decided
upon the following programme: The
York County Survivors' Ass6elation
will hold its annual business meeting
- In the Court Houe at 96 o'clock, a.
in. ,1he survivors of the 12th RegI
inent, S. C. V., will moot at tho. same
houpr in Allison's H-all. At 11 'o'clocki,
a. n., the two Associations will be
m.scorted to the stand, .where the ova
tion of General McGowan will be do
liverod. After the oration,. a picni
dinner will e lprovided for the two
Assoclations. A number of Twelflih
Regiment.mop min Fiirfield will attoild
thQ reunion-which promises to be a
very pleasant one lin every particular.
TM CoxOREssIONA L RACI..-Th
Chestor Bulletin of the 10th inst.
save: "Maj. T. W. Woodward was in
towni oin last Wednesday, and lie lion
ored our sanctum with his presence.
The more w,o know Fairfield's distili
guished son the better we like him.
lie has %, big heart anl.a big head, and
'wo are firmly convinced that he is a
imn of hlttgr ability than he gets
credit for. If hie kets the notunination,
for Congress from this district his con
stituonts will not wau* for a more
zealous or more efficient representa
t ive. le has the reputation of being
rash, but ho is badly misrepresonted.
Hils convictions, while firm, are rea
sonably conservative, aid lie is as
sagacious and l,evcl-licaded as any of the
exponents of latter-day Democracy."
Tm CHESTL CoUNTY FAIR.-We
.are in(lebted to the courtesy of Maj.
- Julius Mills, Secretary of the Chester
Agricultural Association, for a copy
. of the premium list of Che second an
nual fair to be hold by the Association
lin Chester, beginning on the 19th of
October and continuing four days.
The following is the programmro:
Monday, October 18.-Entries as
signed to positions.
ucsday.-Exibit ion in the arena
.of cattle and horses. From 3 to 6, p.
mhorseback-riding and driving by
Weilnesdav.-Examination by the
comnmifttce o all cattcl. Inl tihe after
noon military displays and musical en
tertaliaments. )uring the day the
young nile will vote for the iosc beau
Thursiday.-Disphlay of horses aid
contnbsts inl riding.
Fridaly.-Anction sales. A fox chase,
in which hounds on exhibition will
run. Awarding of premiums.
A full list of Premiums is offered in
all the departments.
Time FIrst larbeouo of the Scanuo-A Large
.Gathering Uinder Ethe Auspices or the
SSalen liDemocratic Club.
- T1he Decmocratie camnpaign ini this
county was opened by a barbecuc and
publlic speakinmg oni Thurstlay uder
the auspices of' the Salemi Club. Th'le
place selected for the meeting was the
grove in, front of' the residlence of Mr.
G*.1B. Peltigrew. By eleven, a. mi., a
munrous crowd cstiinatedl at fully
-twelve hundred, and1( composed of nien,
women and children, w'iite and black,
lad assembled on the y.ounds, imakinmg
-upi one of' the largest polit ical, country
gatherings that has beeni in the county
since thec war. The Crosbyyille (Cor
net Band, uder the leadership of Mr.
'D). P. Crosby, wcroc on hand, and at.
intervals en tertai ned the crowdl withI
very nice music. About half"past
eleveni J. RI. Royles, Esq., the presi
denlot of the Salem Doemocratic Club,
.called tho' mnociig to order, and intro
' dluced the Rev. Jas. Douglass, who in
voked the Dilvjne blessing. Next fol
* owed aikdresS from the fol.
lowIig namied gen tlemnon, iv ho
- haveo been1 'announced .as eandi
datos for -the House of' Represen
tiitives: Messrs. C. E. Thonias, Thos.
S. Bricc, G. II. MceMaster, Jas. Pagan
anid J. WT.'Lyles. At the conclusion
* of Mr. Lyles' address 11. A. Gaillard,
5sq., candcidate for the Senate,
was int roduced by the chairman, ,and
spoke at some length on the Issues of
the, day. TIhe remnarks of all the speak
ers were app)ropriate to the occasion,
and all .breathed, the spirit of' pure
Democracy. 1?ihmer was next an
nounced,'thie ladles beIng first invited
* ~ to tlto tables. The spread wais such as
the good people of Salemn are famous
for setting out. In additIon to, the
barbecue'd meats and hash, there wai
quito a goodly arrayoflpicnic "doings."
E1!verythhing tras in' ftceP abundance,
and, notwithstanding thae,imzmonsoe size
*of tihe crowd, everybody got a good
**dhnior, and no0 0on could p)ossibly
*have an excuse for going away hungry.
~The barbecuing was donie iunder the
* ~special supervision of' MeIssrs. Murp phy,
Crawford- and Hlodgo, with scycrail
able assistants, L,oth whIte id colored.
Of the donrbaitt of 'ar'anmgeonts
- Mosers. D. M4Alkan and Willkes were
aetia treserving go'od aoir and
4AIlgto the comfort of the assemn
aguo. The loading spirit wafs Mr. (G.
Ii. Pot.tigrowv, whoi( threw opena his
house0 to all thme ladles and gentlemnie
present., and( who cont rlbtit ed very
gt-ently to the suIcOess of' the occasid.
-Tho Salem Democracy are to be coni
gratulated on so sucesaful a meeting,
canil are entitled to the hearty thanks of
their. many gumests for a holIday most4
* Rut ID Dwrrrg A KCNFv.-At a hiarlo
once at Goudoysvhlle, in the northern
p lortloli of Union counaty, ont Thursday,
a dificeulty occu'rred betwoon*a mana by
* - * t.h6 narrno of Blullock anid his soni, the~
1btherstabbJb g,hIe gbn sigc times, from
Yh)lol lie wyl. lirobabIly-dio. Thze old
thani la now I .jall.awaiting the result
of hats 1 hnJuries. The cause of the
iIlflulty Nias ovhiskey-dr' too many
80ENI3B'AT liIAiOG2'. ..
Itw reople Spend Tj%ir Tinte an,' Itoy
it that Neat ot FashlIon-Iffleg"'a.and E
tryagqklo Well C(mb,lued-A4to ee.
0011n40fthe Fivincha ",Pital-11o1itleal (108
Yor-reaponidouce of' Tho Nows and Herald.
-SAIRATOoA SPlIN(is, August 9.-Iav
ing secu enotigh ofEtropo to givo no a
pretty good idea of Its people, their
oustois, and some of its -0ities, and
being in very pleaslit colipaliy, I was
Induced to recross the Atlantic sooner
thanl I aiticipated, and am inow in
Saratoga, the Little Paris of America.
It is the height of the senbon hero' and
it is estimated that twenty thousand
visitors are slow inhaling the pure oxy
gen, enjoying the delightful limato
and fi oily Imb bihg the health-glVi.g
draughts that are endlessly flowiig
from these medicinal springs. The
witnossed here is to a Southerner of
my. limited capital and experience per
fectly wonderful, yet I think at the
same time this reckless spen1ling of
money is shamefil. The majority of
the ladios have from thirty to forty
stilts for the seasoio and I saw one last
night at a grand hop, most elegntly
attired,.who is said to have brought
along seyeral small houses in the way
of truiks c6,tainling one hundred attd
fifty costly dresses. I wonder what
our girls think of this. If you live in
anticipation of such wardrobes, listen
to me, dear creatures, lessen your aspi
rations or you will frignten us away,
and you will be left alone with your
air-castles to adorn the list of old
maids. But I am satisfied, girls, you
have no such high ideas as these, for I
caln call to memory at this moment not
a few of you who I klotw would look
ever so sweet and be perfe'tly content
ed for a quarter of a century to como,
if you were only certain In that length
of time you could sport one htMndred
anid lifty lovely dresses.
There is here, of course, one continued
WHIRL OF GAYETY.
The display of fashin, of wealth, and
of diamonds, is truly oi a splendid
scale, and among the pretty women a
most delightful sight to behold. But
there are some who I am sure should
have rCimaineld at hole, or at least
have left their diamonds there, for it
seems to me an utter want of good
taste for one in - whose face
there is not a single pretty feature
to bedeck herself lavishly with the
most magnificent and sparkling. jew
cIS. It certainly makes her exceeding
ly con.spicuious, when the bystanders
vould only desiro an occasional
glance. Besides, it does great injus
tice to the precious stoilesI What
liiner contrast can there be on this
emerald sphere than that which exists
between t hom1ely damsel and a daz
zl ing solitaire?
My moments ar: not sufficient for a
iong letter, so I will 'close by giving
YOU a slight concept.ion of
TIIE NATIONAL F -rETE IN PARIS
on the night of July tihe 14th. It was
thme mlost, matgniflcont illumination the
world htas ever seen. All of~ the city
waIs wrapt in a lurid glare of light.
TbchI imassive domes and( lofty steeples
shone forth from t,he heavens with a
robe ot'llre. Along the Seine the sight
wats one of sulrpassing, splendor, and
all of the putblic builkings from tihe
Tulleries to thme river were bright with
was and as clear as the living (lay.
I houis(i onl thiousanids miarched
through t,be streeots and the Arcades
with lanterns swinging toe and fro, and
the air was resonant with their voices
as they excited1ly chanlted the glorious
miarseillaise. A mong these ardient and1(
paitriotic nmotes enIthulsitistic yells for
tihe Republic' were heard on every
hand, and comnlgling with these
the datrtling romaon-candle and hissing
rocket, shooting and whizzwing~ inl every
dlirection, lit up the sky for' miles
around. Amdlnowv to lnd more
sp)lendor to the grandeur of the scene,
sudd(en ly anid unIexplectely towatrds
the A rc (d0 Triomphe was seen, as it
were, the smoke of battle and was
heard the rattle of musketry, as there
st,reamed forth from the top of its
great archl a grand p)yrotechnic shower
which rellected the city as if ill a pan
orama Of at thousand colors. With
thlis earthlly celebration, conifusion and
commiotijon, thle elements seemed cager
to joinl, andl It rainied and It poured
and1( for a while the thunder drowvned
th.e notes of the French artillerv, ansd
the lightning of heaven, darting its
vividl flashes amid the rays of the elec
tric light of mall, played around about
thie fountains. This dlid not damnpen
theC enthulsiasmf of the Paurisianis, but
tile dill and1 the roar of' thme streets In
creased and seemed to defy bothi water.
anId electricity. As thie storm plassedl
awvay the great buildings shone out
again ill the ir matjesty andl brilliancy,
<mnd their domes seemed like so many
mighty lamps in the sky. Thec electric
hl'its on the Palais "hloyat', on the
Trocadero, andI on the Pantheon daz.
zied theceyes. Flames of green and
red fir'e p~eped over thb top) of thle
foliage of tile Chlamps Elyse, anld
recflected their flickering rays upon01 the
ten thousanld jets of thle crystal f1luid
that flowved from thle fountains of the
Concorde, ronder' ig thle sceneO heaven
ly and tr.uly like tile ElvsIan fields.
The massive Cathedral of Notre Danme
shlonc boldly forthl against the electric
lights, and wvhile cloaked in a sheet of
flame, stood as a'nfighty gianit, appar'
enItly lisicening to (lhe shouts8 of' ''Long
live the ReuOIiblic," whlich oinly died(
away with the dawn of tihe morning.
POL T [CA L GOSSIP'.
Even inis h1lot-house5 of Repulbli
canism I see evidences every day
which cheer' me iln regard to the ee
tion of' onIr nationmal Demflocr'atic canidi
(dates. ltep,eatedly have I heard
staunch Republidans say that "Wvhile
they coul not vote for ilanceock, they
wouild do nothing to pr1event, his elec
tioil." Such exp)resslonls ini a'place
-like this shlows pretty clearly "whlichl
way the wind is blowilng." The J)c
mflocracy are surle to winl. I bid.- yelu
aldieu,. vilIe I call for thlree cheers for'
Ildtncockc English and-John AMcCar..
Iey.! ". A.
AlROUND TrinE Oi,D .iN -EVENTY
)vi I)AYs.+-MII', Iumay, of tile jlinm of
Isamay, Irvil & Co.,' of, L[verpool,
ownersl' Of the0 WhlitO Stai'Line, Is hi
y.f York, hlavin mado, Int comapanly
wit.h his wife at ,dot fr lAnds, a i'-.
kably quick tliWidnt.he*IVOrld,
Oceniiic Oil irlfh tb ht
tvast passed( Aj)pril '7th, Penaing was
reached-April 121t, Singapore A oil
16th,- and 11ong kong Ap.111 th,
making tile passage to that port III
thirty-six and a hialf days under stean,,
tho ttest on record. Mr. .uay and
his party vI1sted Canton and Sha6ngh1,
whih thy loft on kNity 1st., going by
way bf Nogasaki, through the fameil
Inland Sea of Japan to Koko and
Yokohaia. From the lattot place
they sailed in the Oooani on Miiv
23rd. arriving at San Francisco oil
June dth.- The distance fton Liver
10ol to Ne'w York by wav-of the East
is 22,820 nilds, ahd the tim occipied
was sixty-six days, oxclusive of stop
pats at the various points visited.
rallowing for nine days' passao
to Llverpool, the totail timo required
for the trip around the world would
be seventy-five days, or five days less
tiu the time reqired br the traveler
iji Ithe story of " ound t to world in
S EI FF9f SALE.
B Y virtue of an execution to me di.
rooted, I wil offer for- sle, before
the court-house door in Winnsboro, on
the first Monday in September next, be
tween the legal hours of mlo, to the high.
eat bidter, for cash, the following-de
scribed property, to wit:
All that tract of land lying in Fairfleld
county, containing FIVE UUNDR8D AND
HIMNTY-8ZVEN ACRES, iore or less, and
bounded by linds of Joseph Iluffnan,
north, and W. B. H1ogan south and east.
Sold as the property of Thompson Earle
and Owen Smith & Co., at the suit
of the Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
JOHN B. DAVIS,
Sheriff'H Offiee, S. F. C.
Winnsboro, S. 0.,
Aug. 18, 1880.
Y virtue of an execution to me di
-Byrected I will offer for sale, before
the court-houso door in Winnsboro, on
tho'first Monday in September next,
between the legal hours of sale, to the
highest bidder, for cash, the following
described property, to wit;
All that traot of land lying in the town.
of Winnsboro, containing TWENTY-SI:X
AoRES, mero or less, and bounded by lots
formerly owned by Mrs. Jas. W. Law,
south, by the public road leading to Kin
caid's bridge, north, and cast by the
Presbyterian church and Garden street.,
west by Estate, of James B. MoOants. Sold
as the prorerty of John A. Fraser, at the
suit of the Winnsboro National Bank and
JORIN B. DAVIS,
Sheriff's Officc, S. F. C.
Winnsboro, S C..
Aug. 13, 1880.
Farm Ellfiges, .
A FULL ASSORTMENT.
Always on Hand.
- . F. McMASTER & CO.
THEI GENUINE LIQUID
UNSURPASSED BIY ANY OTHER BLUING
THE STRONGEST, CLE~AN
.EST AND CHEAPEST
IN THE MARKET.
Put up in neat bottles with sprink..
ler attached, which cnn, after using
the Bluing, be used for numerous
othoer purposes--such as Sauce Blot
tics, etc., etc. Its advantages are
Try a bottle and be convinced.
Sold cheap by
For using Ir.doliblo Ink. Price,
15 cents. For Sale at Drug Storc of
- ' W. E. AILEN.
A Now Supply for sale by
july 13 W. E. AIKEN
e id nam eId
FLi '1E LIQUORS-.
_NANTANS 13110.' Old Cbnt1y
..403, Old Roanoke WbHiskey. 186").
Also, Iotterdan Brandy. Cold H-am'for
lunch fro;u 11 to 1 o'olook every day.
HA YE recently. mado extenive addi.
. tions to my stock of Wines a2d
iqiuors, which consits of a full astort.
ment of Rye Whiskey, Corn WIiskey..
Fronch randy, Apple 11randy, -Peali
Brandy, Sherry Whio, Souppornong Wino,
Obainpa ne, eto, etc.
Tlalim to s.l the FINEST AND
PUREST ItYE WHISKEY to be had in
Winnsbora. Give it a trial.
I also also k ep ou hand a full supply of
SEGARS AND TORACCo,
in gren varioty, and adapted to the tasteR
Call at the PAL"IETTO HOUSE, in the
Winnsboro Hotel building.
UX.D.PI T1HlE SUAr!
---BENGAL LIQUID BLUING,
THE BEST IN THE WORLD. IT COSTS
THE CONSUMER NOTHING.
MY LIQUID BLUE is put up
with Patent Sprinkler, by the use of
which you save at least half the
Bluing, and get better results. The
consumler will find the
BOTTLE AND SPRINKLER
worth more than the price of article
for a variety of uses, such as pep.
per sauce, hair oil, tooth wash, bay
rum, or perfumery bottle. Try a
bottle and save. money.
FOR SALE ONLY BY
Wj. 11. DONLY,
july 31 On the Corner.
iJ lNr IATY & MIR.
Jrust.r eceived and to arrive in a fewv
MaTny new goods bought before the re
cent heavy advance, which wvill
Bo sold at the very lowest cash prices to
our fri'ends and eusiomers.
Elegant Cashlmerld, H ernani Dress
*Goods, Miomie cloths, B3untin g.
A. nice assortment of Calicoes, MIusIins,
Lawns, Dress Lin ens, WVhite Goods.
Torchon Laces, Edgings, Hosiery, Hand
kerchiefs, Neokwear, Gloves, &c,
You ean find. in fact. Dry Goods of all
icinds at the CORtNERt STrORE,
A p)rices which we guarantee
please or wo do net ask a sale.
Call early and give our stoek a thorough
inspection, it is
Our delight, to show cur goodA.
Our stock of Zeigler Brothers.' fine Shoes
and Bay State sorewed was
Never bettor, and of these kindl we make
a specialty and warrant.
Tie shoes in high and low' cnts, and but,
ton shoes in high and low cuts.
High c11t men's gaiters, low eut shoes
hand and maachino sowved, screwed.
Even the ehildren and babies were re
memibored and a nice-seleetion bought
Call at once and manke a selection ott a
Cassimiere or Blue Flannel;
Or leave your meac~surne for a suit selected
1Blre bargains9ln soft F.elt Hlats, Stif'
Hats and Straw Hatts.
Now goods in eroceory, Glasswvaro, Gro
ceries, Iloes, Plows, ko -
Each department is ready for a look. ('all
and buy and be pleased.
Rome ber our motfo is QUICK SALES,
ap)ril 1 -
HOW WATCHES ARE MADE.
It, will be apparent, to any one, who will ex
amine a (or,m Uour,n W Avor, that. uisio from
the necessar-y thiickras for engraving and
p)olishuing, a large propor'tion of t,he piccious
m9tal used, is neededl( only to st.iffen and 1hold
the engraved portions in plae, and supply (he
n cessary soIlity and1 strength. The surplus
geld is actual;y neediess so far- as Urrr.ITY 10nd
beauty ore concerned. In JAYiiIi BOSS' PA T
ENT OOLD WATCII CASES, this wVasTS of pre
cious moeal is over-comne, and t,he SAIlx soi.io-rv
ANJ) 5T1R1NOTJ( prodUced at, from One-third t,o
one-half of the tgal cost, of solid cases, This
process is of t,he most simple nature, as fol
lows: a plate of niekel cofl1posit.iOti metal,
specially adapt,ed to tihe purpose, has twvo plates
of SOLID GlOLD) soldere.d one On each side. The
three~ ar-e then iOssedi bet,ween p)oilihed steel
r-oilers, and the result is A Strip Of heavy plated1
composition, f romp which t,hOecases, backs, con
#bs, bezzles, &c,. are cot and1 shaped'by suita
ble dies and formers. Theb gold in t,hese cases
is sufficiently thick to admit of All kinds of
chasing, engtraving aind enameling; tihe en..
graved eases have been:earricd unti worn,per
fectly smooth by timno and uso without, remov
ing t.he goki. ..
T~'hie IS TJiHONL?CA8R MADE WITUf T WO
PLATES OF SOLID GOt,D, AND WARtIANTED)
BJY SITCIA h1 CKRTIFICATR,
l9Ior sale by Conner.& Chandler and 0. Muller.
Ask for Illust.rated Catalogue and to sco wvar
W ~IN?tshieo . Q., Jgly.1) I%0
. "ONabd after this dt,J o onaton
oeaan,,, t be ou agent an,i '.a tif ti
FOR STATE SENATOR.
Tle many fricnds ofCapt. It. A. GAL
LA'UD would respectfully nioliinfote hin
am a candidate for the Senate, subject to
the ation of the Dumooratic priniaries.
FOR JUDGE OF PROlATE.
Iesms. lih>q : Please. nni.ounie tie
proent Incumbent, J. It. Boyles, Judge
of Probate, P.s a candidato for -ro-eleullon
at the ensulog ele1tin, subject to the no
tion of th'e Detmocratic party at the pri
juaris.. By so doing you will oblive him
14 MANY FIENDS.
FOR SC1OOL COMIISSIONER.
The friends of DR. JOHN BOYD, ap.
prociating the skill, zeal and fidelity
with whiuh lie has discharged the duties
of Rob1olCu- nummissionmr, respoectully
nominate heim for ru-ele6tion- subject to
the action of the Democratic primaries.
The friends of the REV. JAMES DOUG
LASS respectfully nominate him for the
position of Sohool Coniiuissioner of Fair.
Held County at the ensning electioa
subjeot to the notion of the Democratic
party at the primiaries.
ilessrs. Aiors.: Please Pnnonco- the
namo of' Major JAS. PAGAN as a eandi
data for the Legislature-suijet to the
Democratic primaries. MANY FULNIs.
The friends of Mr JOHN W. LYLES,
believing that he will faithfully reproient
ill the interests of the people, respecofil
ly nominate him for a aeat in thd flouse'
,)f Ropresentatives-subject to the action
:f the Democratic priimaries.
The friends of T. P. bIrCHELL regard
himi fitted to represent the county in the
House of I epresentatives, and respectffully
submit his nalme to the Democrats of
Fairlield for their Actio i in the primary.
We present the name of MAj. C. E.
,'H[OMAS to the Democratic voterS of
Fairfield county as one that will ably and
ffliciently represent us in the Stsito Lag.
Islature-subjoot to the Democratic pri.
maries. NumiE1OVS FIENDs.
The many friends of the 11on. Tl8oS
S. BRICE. appreciating in a high degree
his past services in the House of R epre
sentatives, res ectfully nominate him for
re-election, subject to the result of the
Democratic primary cleotion.
Messrs. iors: Pleaso announce Mr.
JAME18 B. TURINER as a candidate for
the Legislature at the ensuing eletion,
subjOect to the nOtion of the Democratic
clubsat the primaries. By o doing you
will oblige his. IANY FRiEND.,
Messrs Blitors: We beg to present to
th fi%vorable consideration of the voters
of Fairtiold county Mr. GIEORGE H. Me
MA8TE-i. as a candidato for one of our
Ropresentatives it the next Legislature.
Wo present his name with the full assur
an1o of his high qualifications for this
distinguished position, for in addition to
his finished education and acknowledged
moral worth, lie is one of the most public
spirited citizens in our county, and as
such annot fCil to b.o a most useful mem
ber ef our Legiilnture. MANY VoTEIVS.
The friends of R. N. MeMASTERI, Esq.,
respectfully nominate him for the offic of
Sheriff of Fairfield County, subjet to the
nction of the Demnocratic pri mary.
T1ho friends of 8. WHORTER~l YONGUJE
nominate himn a candidate for the oillce
of Sheriff at the ensuing elet.ion--pnyject,
to the action of the Democratic priinaries.
Messrs. Jalilors: Plee announce Mr
Rt. E. EL LISON, JR., as a candlidata for
Sheriff of Fairfield Count,y, at the ensu
mng election--subject to the act-ion of' the
Dceo,ratic pri mary. MANY FmuxnENDs.
The many friends of Mlr. JNO. D. Mc
CARILEY, recognizing his peculiar fliness
for the ofilco) respectfully nomtinate himu
for Sherifi' of Fairfleld County-subject to
the action of the Democratic primary.
Messrs. Ju'.liors: ? As nominlationas are in
order, permi.t us to present the name of
DJL. JNO. B. DAVIS en a candidate for
Sheriff at the ensuing election, subject,
ot .course, to the notion of the Democratic
primnaries. . MANY Fhu nnS.
Messs. .IElhIors: P'leaso annolunoe Mr'.
JAS. L. ILCMOND) as a candidate for
ShrerIff at, the ensuing election, subject to
the action of the Democratic Cluibs at thec
primaries, and oblige MANY FuxENDs.
nmay 13- tf
Messrs. Edior': Please announico tli
I. Preston Cooper as a candidate for the
Democratic nomination for sheriff at the
3mring election (subjet to the decision
f the primiary'clection) and oblige maniiy
SOUTHEsunNonlTION OF THE COUNTY,
t?OR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
Messrs. J'dlifors: Pleaso announce Mr.
[ACOII BOOKMAN as a candidate for the
offioe of County Conunissioner for Fair
(hold Coutsity at the ensuing election, sub
cot to the Democratic p)rimnary.
Please announce Mr. J. WVm. BROWN as
r caindidlate for County Cornmnissioneor,
subject, to the nction of the Democrati6
p)rlimm"es. Mr. Brown has been unani
mnously endorsed by the Blythoeod club.
Messrs. .Edilors: The many friends of
MIr. JNO. A, STEWART' respectfully
nominate him as a candlcite for the ofliccc
af County Commnissioner, subject to the
dlkss, Editors: Please announce '17O10,
D). OWINGS, Er'q., as a candidlate for the
filco of County Coimmissioner-- -subject
to the not,ign of the Domocratic Primaries,
mid oblige his MANy FJaJEND)5,
Messrs. JQlifo,rs: Please announce D1LX
')N ti. RIOIERTiSON, Esq., as a candidate
lor the of11ce of County Comumissi>mner r t
~hoeonsuing election, subject, to the notion
>f the Democratic prirnarias, andl olige
ita MANY FmEIND5,
Mes.qrs. liklitors.: Please announce Mr.
DHARLES DOUGOLASS as a candidate for
Dounty Commissioner of Fairilold, subl
loot the result of the Deomocratie-primnary,
Messrs. .1'.lors; I'leasc announce Mr.
E. POWE LDas acanidato for the efflee
f County Commrissioner at, the ensuing
Aeeotion-snbject to the fIction of th9 p)11
naniy election of the DemocraticoclubEs,
Thou friends of Capt. JOlhN A. HIN
R AN'1gespetfully nonlinato him for ro
afctol-t te mo of County Comamis
sionor--subject to the result of the DO.no
ns.st ic pr'imnary,
Messr's- Editors: The friende' of WIL4.
AM?~ AIKEN, 'Esq., respeotfully anue
tim a candiditto for County pommis
ionet at,theo onsuing eIeQtiein, spulyj ot to
he redlult of t-he D)etddritis.pfimnarlos./
FOt -COUNTY COMMISSIONE
eser Mi" J Avor: Pleaso (innoudion JA
1H. HARVEY, Eq., as a oandidate for t
offico of County Comnmnissioner at the e
Ruing oleotion--subjoet to the notion
%ie Decwraite ohibH at the primary eli
tion- nd oblige him
Mesmrs.Eir: Pleaso announce 1
n. M. ZEAli Y a A (-an idato for the off
of County CommiIsioner at the eni
eoction --iubject tO the notion of I
Democrati nriinary. .M. tY FniENp
e.rbi. Itorm: Iloamo announce Al
ROBVMT ). BO,CK am it 'candidate :
Vounty, Conmisioner of Fairh'1d at t
onuing eetion---nubject to the ation
the Donocratio primary.
The f'e uie . ot Mr .Jaimes G Heron,
1alom, reipeetffully nominato him fort]
offilco of Conuty Coimnissionor at the e
suing olection. -mubject, to tho action
the Dmocratic primary.
jan 17- t(
Thle many frionds of Mr. M. HI. A]
GRADY iomiinitto hini a a candida
For County -mshmissioner tit the ensui
eleation, subject to tho action of t
Donwraticp rmua ry.
Mesr.q. 1i1(ors: Please snnounco 'M
11. OSCAR DUKE oa a candidate for Cour
Commnissioner at- the ennuint clectio
subjeut to ,the Action of tbe i*)elne*
prinkary. MANY FRIENDS,
The friends cf Mr. JAMES W. COL
MAN respectfully n .Inato him for I
offlee of County Cot 'nitsionor of Fa
field--subject to the action of the Demn
l'U V salse aeSal
Hm tem ithfor caho o i
IO will CIso pay the hihsFash prEL
Del,ivred and Salepa Cnre
Si freet, ete one dosoruh of tin
Laddi bux ilng. gtibl pp
jan 2(.I ocalo A. bwfre,Lnonr>
JON AURELL Prinipal
Teiveda.m Setablesion Comenc
t.e,lonatednes0doo, ith of Sete
bA,18 . 1I,J~R
Adatgofo nstuction in-mmuc
Th nly Institution on ter Suph ha
pod vahoo t orei ftor inthtonoI
nd brachie ofua chy tagtn . 1s-e
Foinrie fholr anon la, addre
Lagae . iNnaurpans(
pOlscol for lestitlnItitoo
by the ngdrsi6(Th Mtft9
WINES AND LIQUORH
iWOULID ot respectfully iuf6j-k
my custoiners and the citizens of Fpirw
flold generally,faL I kcep in stook w"
of ull supply of fie Liquors, Clgare
Tobacco,' &., &a., and guaruto
gatisfactlon to any one giving
trial. My stock consists as llo*;
of IMPORTED LIQUOU044
OTARD, DU-PU Y & CO.)S COGNA6
BRAND'S SCI[IEDA3I GINS.
RAN8EY'S SCOTCH WISK'Euy.
. JAMAICA L. ). RUMS.
n. F. MOINO DE MOIRA SIERRY
F. MAOLINIER PORT WINE.
liG. 1. MUMM & CO.'s R1HE[M
GENUINE RHINE WINE.
8-ARATOGA1 PURP' RVYE; WHIS.
NATHAN'S 1863 CABINET RYE
STRAUSS' IMPERIAL RYE WHIS.
KEESE'S "OWN" 1RYE WHISKEY.
STONE MOUNTAIN RYE AND
CELEBRATED PlFEIFFER E. RYE
KENTUCKY ]OURBON WIS.
PLANTATION RYE WHISKEY.
VIRGINIA APPLE AND PEACH
NORTT HCA ROLINA SWEET MASIA
PLANTATION CORN WHISiCEYS,
NEW ENGLAND RUM.
FRENCITE'S "BOSTON" GIN.
VERY FINE OLI) CLARET WVINE.
hOME MADNE WINES.
1 KEG DRY SCUIPI NONG WINE.
1 KEG SWEET SUPP1ERNONu.
I KEG SWEET CA TA WBA WINE.
TIERGER & ENGEL~'S CELEBRAT
ED~L LAGER BEER ON DRiAUGHIT
BASS & CO.'S IMPORTED ALE.
PURE CRAB APPLE CIDER.
PURE NATURAL APPOLONA
CIOARS AND TOBACCO.
. RHAPSODY-A STRICTLY TEN:
TIIE PRIME MrNISTVER CIGAR-3
FOR 25 CENTIS.
THlE P'UCK CIGAR-3 FOR 26
TIlE CORONET.CTGAR-3 FORt 25
TiIIe SONORA CIGAR-3 FOR
TIHE SMASh ER CIGAR-5 FOR 25
T1I[E LIGhTNING CIGAR-5 FOR
T HE MONARCHl OF T~HI ESO01ThI
CIGAR-5 FOR 25 CENTS.e
THlE MASTER STROEE~ CIGAIR-5
FOR 25 CENTS.
0THEjj AMERICAN TWINS CIGAR
5 IiQR 25 CENTS.
TIlE COSTA RICA CIGAR-8 FOR
TH fiE ROYAL -SEAL C1'GAIR--10
. FOR 25 CENTS.
TIHE ROSE AND LULY CIQAI-A10
POR 25 V'ENTS.
TIHE HAVANA CHAUOOT -s
Tr. W. BLAOKWELL/S 8MOKJNG
- G RA DES.
aICE, tEMONS, ~
THEi BEST MIXE,VZ.j
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