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T W tIAY August 91 1880
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Fp.r Probate Julge-Friends.
-TTEMPT AT RoDnmty.--A few nights
ig6, -sono berwties chtertd the store' of
Mr. As P. Miller, with a view to steal
ing a supply of goods, but failed of
thuir-object. Policeman Williams came
along) when the thief escaped, leaving
In the store his'basket well laden with
eatables of different sorts. There is as
Vet no clue to the thief.
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ber the -rule of niewspaper oices re
quiring'c6nnunications to be written
mi one side of the pupor only. Here
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ed. An observance of this suggestion
will greatly oblige us.
THE CITADEL AcADuu-Y.-The board
oftvisitors of the South Carolina Mili
tary Academy met in Columbia on
Wodnesday evening, and under the
athority of the concurreut resolution
-of the General Assembly of the 22d
of Dpcomber, 1879, agreed to appoint an
agent for the due presentation and
collection of the demands for rent of
the Acadeipy buildings, and for dam.
age by I'1e thereto during the use
thercof by the United States troops.
The board adjourned at,a late hour,
anaking no further proccedings public.
Tim AIict.'ruLA L Co..Eo1.--W e
have received a circular from Prof.
1ien). Sloau, -Secretary of the Faculty,
announcing that the South Carohlinn
College of Agriculture and 3cchanicr
will be opened for the instruction ol
- the y'oung moi of the State, on the btl1
of Octobei, in the biildings of the old
8outh Carolina College, at Columbia,
with the following eFaculy, vik.: Win
Porcher Milos, LL. D., Prosident, and
Professor of English Lieraturo; Jamea
Woodroty, Phl. D., D., Professol
of Geology, Mineralogy, lBotanly aun
Zoology ; ,Benj. -Sloanig ' 'rol'essor o
*Mathematics and Natur'al Philosophy:
-W.Aillian.i B3urney, Ph. 1).., Professor o:
Analytical and Agricultural Chemis
try, and iFxperi mental Agricul ture,
Tuition wilhl be free to all. Roon
rent for the year $ 10. For further in
formation,. applly to the Secretary -ai
Columbia, 8. C,
L A B0C -18 IJONoR A1BLI.
* Jlessr's. Editors: You will oblig
ine by republishing the following slher
articlo which W'as written by mc anm
. -published in 1805. At that time du
people, jlust etnnrging from a dlesolat
lng war, acomed1 dispirited and hopo
- lesS. -Many felt utterly powverless1i1
the presence of the poverty which over
hung thern. The art,icle was writtei
with the hope of infusing some energ:
unto thiem. It is cheering at this timi
* ~ to reileet that the fears then expressel
have net beent realized and that ou
people nowV imderstand that labori
the pat'ept of rlchos and ho'nor, an
properly estimate theinstrumeontalitic
of' the plow, the anvil the looth an
the school book. Before another &i
cade rolls by it is believed that Sout
Carolina will piossess manty more
the blessings which flow from indu:
try,.vif'tieo and good government.
0. .H-. McMAsun.
. ...rFct the riwdekIy News].
The Destiny of the south.
TVhe only future hope of the Sout
- COnslats in the industry, ecoupmny an
eniterprise of f t wite population.
There is danger that the br'esent ge:
* ratiou, rear'ed ,-as it has boon to
great extent, in idleness and contomj
of labor, will flever' learn to worl
*and that Its descendants may equ
* talinn Lszzsroni In idllenoass miser
and filt,h, and that the Southern Stat<
*mnay sink into the degraded conditlc
of Mexico or' Naples.
Tihe only escape from this fate 11<
7either in the developmnentof all the ?'
sources of' our peopl e and cotintry Wii
. oenrgy and puersoverance, or In tI
- sppanting our present rpplat ionl l
a moro'industrious race fromi Europ
Fanlsc pr'ide, espeelially in South Car<
tina, huds beeour 1 ruin. Let us ther
'fore profit by palst cerrors, anid lot
determne thaat hencef'orth labor shi
*be honored, and ldheniess shall be d
splsed and punished, Let parenits pi
'their.sons to work In the farmi, or a
* pr~entice them to trades, Let thegr
be.,atght to sin and cook. Lot thet
- eettIat atrado is as lrespectable as
prfsion. Let them cease to reser,
thefeinilesfoi' those wvho do no man
. - al habor', wvhether lawvyers, planters<
loafers, and let them bestow the
equally upon the IntellIgent and ho
est working man. Let edlucation1
fostered move than former'ly, but I
* ~ labo' 'be honored, and In'luistr'yau
-enterprise in every usefu (ldepartrne
When our peoll shall be .fully. all
to this spirit, the Stateis of flYo Sou
may look with'conlhdence to a brightl
deostipy, and may ex poet to assume il
a high positIons to0 whIch their superi
advantages of'soil and climate entl
*- them. -SPF.S.
- - -A boy wihll dig over' a square r'
of garden ground fbi' fish bait, and
h ..le cotd1( not bo hired to work on a
toot. ouno ban.
A~ isy1gd at the I1oen)t Metingt the
a rold,Teachers' Assoelatione
fves. ditor s The followig
short, papqr was. read at the last hmect
ing of tho Teacherg' Association, and
in.accordance with the request of that
body, I send it for publication. I copy
fVomi the original draught, 'regrettiig
that the nultipl1oity of other ditties
leaves me no thne foll,a more thorough
revision, Bi. F". ComrIE.
In the education of children it Is tf
prhary Importance for thoparent nd
ioRcher to have a clear conception of
the successivo stages of development h
tho growth of the human mind. It
inay, therefore, be necessary for me to
first niotlo so1le of th9so "Iage of
expanlsion,) that We may be bette' le
pared to see the force of what may ba
saild afterwards We of course cit
mienco at, the cradle, for there, as is
universally conceded, we find the de
irelopment of tihe wind going on.
1. The finrt stage of develolinit is
the period of observation. The first
object recognized Is the face of' its
tiothor, which it learns to know astole
islingly early, then the pallited toy,
the picture, the book, the knife, the
noisy rattle, claims its earinestgaze. So
that before it has learned, to |utter t
Word, it may be attracted from time
arims of its own mother by 8o;e gaudy
tov. Thia period of observation, for
the sake of division, we will say coil
tinues until about threo years of age,
at which time we ltfid going o)k a high
er stage of development.
2. 'ito escond stage of devi lopinent
is that of inquisitiveness. Th s is the
period ofwhat? and why? anl exitends
ask thousands of questions, a d from
the answers given thy receiv imipres
slons and form opinions w ich are
never entirely elleed, Some of these
questions, It is true a philosopher
could not answer, but we should
not check this inquisitiven'ess. It is
the craving of mimd for knowledg,
and im answering theso questions we
are moulding mind. Do not say to
the little inquirers "Hiush," or "Go
away," but answer them with all the
judgmnnt and WIisdopi you possess.
in thi period of thr years, 1n and
women are made, millas are moulded,
detitnics are shaped. ,1r forget our
answers to their questions in a nmoment,
but not st) with the Cl4ld. Thie%, think
of them, and will, perhaps call
them' to mind the next day or
the next wook. This is emphatically
the period for ex panding and mnouldiig
tle mind, and tie m1mswers given to
their questions hava powerful influ
once in each of thes respects.
3. The third stog is the period of
Meinory-froi six 6 fifteen years of
age. Many of us lure a most vivid
recollection of event which took place
within this period. The lessons we
learned, the songs wisang, the books,
we read, the visits W made, lic per
Soins we saw, Cn neyr be forgotten.
-4. After the period ,f memory conies
that of Reflection, in 'hichi we digest
and appropriate whatias been stored
ip int thle emor110 '.
I do not moan that io four faculties
of the mind are restrited in their ox
crcise to the periods issignecd them,
but I do mean that whin the periods
assigned to them theyaxert the most
powerful and per'manit influence.
I now proceed to thenain points to
The agencies emplo3d in the educa
tion of children have beni divided into
thme voluitary and the iioluntarp' The
-voluntary are all thmom agenimecs or
grados of culture whii follow after
thi.: comonlil school. :shall notice
oncliy those that are invointary. Those
are two: 1 The Falmil 2 'Jihie Comn
1.~ The F"amily. Thec>aV'cut is tile
natural heatd, anId sourc(of authlority'.
Bothi thme human and ta divine law
hatve made it so. TI child is the
) creatuare of tho parent's'ill ; therefore
t time moral, pIhysical ali int'lletual
dlevelopmenOIt of tile childepenlds, in a1
r large mieasurc,, upon II wvill of the
p)arenit. The will of the trent moukds
the child. The11 parent,tiui, necessarily
- occupies a positioni of feirul responsi
.. Tile famnily is the mosttnportanmt of
f'l the agencies for eduica)n, whether
thlese agencies be volunti~ or invol
Suntary. For it is the ily, more
0 than the -common1Q school mht makes
I the mUan, Thjis impm'tangruth mray
r be established by time folio'pg conisidi
orations: (a) The familyonlds the
scharacter, wvhile the teaChpnml y gives
i instruction amid 'traiis thonindl(l (6)
S Thelhild is with time pareidiuring tihe
1 period1 whlen the most pernenmt im
.pressionls are made, M.anmyt these arc
'm mnever effaced, and althougl.n errone
h 'isi1 reso may b)e stequently
fcorrected, yet th6 influen of that
;- i utpression in sonme othmeirectionms
ni jy stili liVe'as a xmoudingower lit
tile nmimd. WVo are all influeocd mnore
or less thmrough life by imprdoms re
ceivedl between' the ages of roe and
Isix years. During this peoi of irw
iqnisitivenmess the child is wvit the pa
drent, and hmas not yet pass. to the
h iand of the teachmer ; and yetmis .i
n reaslons grow withm his grohm, (a)
aIt is in the fatiliiy, anmd 1(lin time
)school-roomi, timat time child's around
C6 lags and associations leotd to)o for.4
il mation of habits. (d) In tich%id's
3' mind thoird is som11 stanidard ~excol
a hence formed, whether it lbe ~ht or
SWrong. TIhis standIard is food in
time fanmily, not in the schtool-r<a. (o)
SIn the fammily the principles oietionm
are formed. These generallyiowv
"the thild through life. (f') Th mild's
Lgroat model dumring this peiior time
'3 parents' e.xaniple. Therome is alariod
in the child's life wvhen he ti its
3- parents are time bost, the strong1 the
a- wisest and tihe greatest pcegple' time
is world. Hie tinkms everythinmg ,'do
is right, and of courso naturai-l
c- tales dmeim, - here again we s tihe
.t great responsiiblit y of parents. o
shalli trimy boy ini the 3 lie
Sshottd go?" a goentlemanu once at~ of
" the pastor of* his church. The Xtor
a simtply replied: dBy walkingmh mat
re way yourself." If the0 examle he
- paen Is b)ad, tile teacher aim he
E ehiurch may3 (do their best1, biu is
ml doubtful whlethiet they eve)r eny
"e radicate the Influence of thmat ha -x
i'T hrs amothmer part of educ i
id nearly always received in the fa6',
ut If received at all, This is moral u
eaitioni, anid is so lpIortamnt and s
VO cossary that all other educationi is
(I ly defective wIthout it. We want,
er sa,jus and upright mien, and time
dno way. under hIeIaen to have ti
ori but by havig hoOidst, just and upr
le cildren. "The chil d is father to
imn." It is therefore-the dnty of.
parenlt to exerciso his authorlt. In
ad respect, especIally as theQ ch i'
cet not. know what, Is ihr its f\uture in
ix est in tis dfrctionu. In addition
li'-elied h 'uhig 1henm Within the
noals o' moral 1strutiolo, suohas 1tho
:hurdh, the sabbath-schoo)t etc. Tho 14
notlxols influ nco i4s nio1r iowerfll
JI ioral trailng thn the 1 ther'h,
lot-mnoroly boeusp ch1lren are %;vith
Ahe mother nore. during.the- io1dinig
Igo, but beealpe (le flather, as a ruic,
aros J0e" aboit It, ald therefore Pa's
less a(tontion tp it, Th irreunlarlt
fn w.ay ward son grieve the ieart ofhis "I
iothe in 1ore .lial that o'111s fatilibr'. Ir
m.r mothers wore Il negligoilt ats Onte
tithers, our coutitry would be il
worse ofWi poli t of lorals mtha it Is.
f this Io bettel, proof uneed be giyon
Alan the. hot thial. llost (nearly 111) of
the truly Valuale and useful N- who
lave app>eured ol lif's .thetio have
ad -plois mnothiers. I do lot IeanI
'hose 111n1 who havo ltizzlod us for a
hollont, liko a blaziflg -meteor, and
io p6rished forevor, But- I mean
hIose Iwo Oave loft the world, not the
Worme, but the better foi' thoir having
ived In it. For withot tibs, what- a
wor wealth, or learning, or honor we
nay possess, life I-' a filluo.
Dix on WedneBday, Au$%st 18, 180, at her
iomo in Fairflold county, -Ars. MARY S. M0- fC
AN, wife of J. W Morgan sid daighter of J. II
V. Harrison, in the thlrty-othird year of her ago' 8%
14lo leaves t.iree ohildreh and many r0latives t
6,nd friends th mourn her death.
-FOR PROBATE JUDGE.
The friends of Mr. THOS. E. BELL ro
ipeatfully noiniate him foi the ofleo of
?robate Judge of Fairfiled 'County, sub
ect to the action of the Doinooratio
CAR-LOAD of the celebratod Stude
Jk.. baker Wogono, all sizes, to arrive
?y the Ist offSoptembor. As wO haive,be- i
'ore sold many of these wagons in the
'ounty. please ask those u1sing11 them if 9
;hoy te good. W. It. DO'Y & CO.
FOR YOUN(I LADIES'
R ALZEI XG J,1 . C. W
REV. Rt. BURWELj, .i.il
JOHN 3. BUIWELrL, inmipal. a<
THEi next Sevion commenCes i
on Wednesday, the Ist eptem- p
No intitutionn offers suptrior
advantages for instruction in I
11 branches usually taught in first-class
ieminaries for young ladies.
Advantages for instruction in music
[vocal and instrumental) and Modern D
Languages ungurpaisd. W
ho only Ipstitution in the South hav.
ing in suc~essful operation a fully equip- a
pod school for instruction in the theory b
and practice of cooking. . El
.For circularr and catalogue, addre!s
REV. R. 1UR WELL & SON, V
july 17-2u Italeigh, N. C. a
11oV WATCHES ARE MA DE,
It wi11 be apparent to any one, who will ex P
lmine-a 8oiD GOLD WATCH. that aside f1rM
[he necessary thickness for engraving and
polishing, a large proportion of the preclous
ineal used, is needed only to stiffen a nd hold
the ch.graved portions in place, and supply the
f cOssary solidity and strength. 'the sirplita V
iold is actual'y needless so far af UTI,ITe and
beauty are concerned. In JAIES 13088' PAT
ENT GOLID WATCHi CASE8, this WASTE of prc
dious mctal is overcome, and the SA3ME soLIDrrY
AND STrNOTU produced at fro1 one-third to
one-half of the usual cost of m;olk cases. This
process is of the most simple n'aCjra, 11s fol
lows: at lte of inkel composition itctat.
Bpecianly adapted to the purpose, htas t.wo plautes
of SoLtD GOLD soldered one on each side. Thc
three are then passed between polished steel
rollers, and the result is a strip of heavy platedj
3ompositlion, from which thoecases, backs, cen
tres, Dazzles, ac,. are Out and shaped lay snut
ble diGs anzd fdt'nMrsa 'ho gold in titese cases
is suflicently thick to admit of all kinds of
dhasintg, engraving and enamnelinig; the etn
gravedl eases have bee3'carriedl util worn per-~
fect.ly smooth by timne and use without remhor,
lng the gtold.
Til818TllEONLYCASihiAD wX'I'H TWO n
P'LA'TES OF 801.11 GOLD, AND wVA RiAN'1D
BY BPECIAL CElRTIFICATE.
For wale by Connor & Chandler and C. Mi icr.
Ask fel' Illustrated Catalogue anid to see war
Fo sn rdlbe-n.Pie
IMl USIC HOUSEI OF THE SOUVT I p
xiEMOVAL TO OUlt
An Imme0se Music Temple,
Two large stori, dach 30 foet front and do
ur otorie-4 high, fronting on thro streetR s8i
id fillod from scollr. to loft with musical
pplies.- Nothing to compare with it in
u Southern Statos.
.BIG S TORP',
A B.G STOCi,
A BIG TRADE,
.ND MOR TO 002M all
During the ten years since our estaib- of
;hnit of our house we havo developed
a imsio trado of the South to a won
,rful degroe, but as yet we havo only be. hi
in. Wetsee, not many years ahead, a H<
sinoss of a million a year, and to take su
ro of this onorluous trade we havo pro- 1,
ded our present mammoth wareroons.
4i trade 188' will be immense. We are
ady for it. For months our senior part- T1I
!r has been at the North contracting 1",
ith Piano and Organ imnufcturers for eli
strujments. lie has concluded most isI
ivantageous contracts, and the Pianos in
d Orgun are "coming, coming" 100,600
or, b - overy steamer. Non S11ies, New
rices, eow '.'rms, New Storo, Now Do- H.
PECIAL OFFER, FALL 1880,
Cash price4 with three Months ereit.
uring months of Aug. Sept. aid Oct. J
e will soll Pianos and Organs at Lowps'r i
sii I'fm-s, payable $25 Cash on a Pi- 8i
>o or $10 Cash bn an Organ, with the el
lacoW in threi nonths, wrinovT xNmg- w
IIAT DO YOU SAY TO TiIIs OFFE10i tl
-i n M i of
Write for Illustrated Caltlogues afId
ow Price Lists for Fall 1880, and pfc- i
tro to be astonished.
_UDDEN & BATES'
'holesale Piano and Organ Dealers. b
0OU2IiN BOT TOM AGII.
Tigemreforc wo takeo pleasure in an
onnmg to our friends and cus-.
>mCrS that wo hatve made a great tl
aduct.ioni in prco of our stock. We -
ie detorniined nevor to b)0
We Viljl gIvo our custortiers a spa.
al benolilt by offering great and
Calicos, Mulinrs, Swiss, fand all .
inds of White Goods foi iiummnr 1a
car at ' Cc
RIEATLY RNEDUCND] ITICESJ
Snifings. Linen Buntings af. great,
Cottonades. Jeans and Cassin16tes
greatly reduced prices. -
Just roeicived a flow lot of Ladies' y
Lisses' and Children's lippers, or
A new invoice of Gents' Scarfs
eecktios and Sulhior Ulndorwear Im
hich will be sold cheap.
HIITE AND COLORIEDSHIUTS.
[OSQUITO NETTING !
MOSQUITO NETT.ING ! !
GREATER BAR GAINS D
han Ever in Emrbroideries, HIo
siory, Notione, ote.
3LOTHING, ETC. i
We now havoeon hand a fall stock 1"
Olothaing, Boots, Sboes, H.ats and -
on ts' .Furnishing Goods diive us
call before buying elsewhere and -E
>nvince your soif. o
Hji art.nership herrotofore eixistinlg I
under t hae tirm name of DNors~ai~ &
onts is this dlay dhi4solved by limiiitation.
io style oif theoh ram will renmain thoe innaoI
'1 busaine:s will be confhiDu(id until I A
tiuary ,1st, 188!, whaenr thme concern will b i
fiato. Auidation, j il
U. O DFAPO1T '4
FOR STATEi SENATOR.
Th many frieids ofO0apt. It. A. 0AIL
1D woild rospiectfully nomiatu hit
a anldidato for tho 8nate, subject to
o Action of the Domocratic primanriei.
FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE.
Afesars. 1014(ors : Please ani.ounee the
osent liotnmbenit, J. R. Boyles, Judge
Probato, as t mandidato for re-oleotion
the ensuitg eleatiolt, mubjoot to the no
on of the Democratic patty at the pri.
tries. By so dping y6n will oblile his
14 Man FAWsS.
DRI SCilOOL COMNIi8810KJElI,
The friends of DR. JOHN LOU), ap
eointing the skill, geal and ildelity
th which he has discharged ihe dtte4s
School Unmissione,r, respect.fully
minlato him for to-el&tion- - subject to
j action of tho Domocratio pi iurios.
The friends of the IEV. JAMES DOUG
LSS respeCtfully noiniatto him for tho
mition of Sohool Commissioner of Fair.
[d County at the onsiiutg electio.1
bjoot to the notion of the Demooratio
tty at the )riA1rie.
Messrs. Mil.ors: Please Snnounco the
mile of Major JAS. PAGAN ma a pandi
ta for the Legislature -subJect. to the
mtuocratio primaries. MANY PnnNMs.
rhe friends of Mr. JOHN W. LYL18%,
lieving that he will faithfully represent
the itorests of tho peoplo, respectfill
nominate him for ia aeat in the .l ousa
1topres4ntatives-subject to the action
thio Domooritio primaries.
rho friends of T., P. hITCHELL regard
1n fitted to represent the county in tho
luse of 11 opresntatiives, and rcispect fully
bimit his nam to the DemlouraMt of
irlield for thoir action in the priary.
Wo prosent the name of MAj. 0. E.
1OMAS to the Democratic voters of
irildt county as one that will ably a0nd
kiiently represelit us in the St-te Leg
ature-subject to the Demloeratio p1i
mres. Niuionote -FmENDss.
'l'e man"Y frien ug of he Ihon it IMS
BRICE. appreciatilg in a high degre
) past services inl the House of iproe
ntatiyes, respvetfillyj, nominate him for
-olection, suject to the result of the
miocratio primiary olection.
mressr. Mlfors: Please an1111onc Mr.
MlES U3. TURNEt As a candidate for
ie Legislature at the ensuiing election,
ibject to the actioni of ihe Deiocraie
tuitsat the primlaries. fly so doinig yol
ill obligo his. MANY FiEND's.
MIessrr Alior,q: Wo beg to present to
o favorable consideration of the voti-ts
Fairfield county Mr. GEO0IGE 11. Mc
ASTVER as a candidato fop one of our
3prosentatives in, the next Legislature.
a present his name with tho full as;mr
lo of his high gualificatiois foll this
stinguishied Ilion, for inl addition to
s finished education and ick nowledgedtt
oral worth, lie is on of the most public
iritod citigelis in our county, and as
ah cannot fr.il to be a nifost useful 111mij.
r of our Legisluture. LANY VO-rsE.
The frlonds of R. N. Mc.ASTER, Esq.,
spectfullf' nominate himn for the oflice of
iorlff of' 'airfield C<.:nty', subject to the
tion of the D)omioratic primiary#.
Tfho friends of S. WHORITER1 YONCUR
mininate him a dandidaito for the otlic0
Sheriff at the etnsning election --ublj'et,
tihe action of the Demnocratic p)rimlaies.
Xesra. 2litorx:. Pleese announco Mr
E. EI,LIiON, JR1., ats ai candidait for
ieriff' of F"airfield County, at theo ensu
g electionl---ubject to t,he act-ion of tile
The many friehds of Air. JNO. D). Mc
URLEY, recogniAing huis pieculiar illness
r the othion, rospietffu Illy 11mina to him i
t Sheriff of Fairfield County---subjeet, to
e action of thle DLnmocratio primary.
Alessrs. uliIor: As nomiinationss are In
der, periniit, s ip iresent f,hd piaine of
3D. JbMO. B. UJAy18 ad at aanididaLtO for
ternh' at the ensuing election, subject,
course, t,o the notion of the Democratic
'umarics. MANY FmJENsI.
A.i.qar-s. )kiitors: Plegiino flhfiounoo Mr.
[8. L RUIHMOND) ds a candidato for'
icril' at the ensnig election, subject to
o act,ion of the Democratic Clubs alt the
imaricos, and oblige MAxNY VnIENDs.
.Aessi'a. kelijors: leaso hnhonce 3r.
Preston Cooper as a candidate for tihe
mniocratic noiniat.ion foi- shieriff' at the
iiing election (suibjtsot to thti docision
the priniuWy election) and oblige man:y
0(uds ili theu
8OrH NEsihi pocnTloN OF? ?$2 COUNTY.
3R1 COUNTY (JOAMISSIONElI.
COil BOO)KMAN ad a dtandidlato fo,r the
Ice of County Commissioner for Fair
1(d Coutity at the ensuing election, sub
it to theoDonuorabio pklimary.
M Ak Piusnugis.
Please miitidnio Mt. 3. WVni. TROWN as
carididate for Coun ty Comnmiissioneor,
hject to thbo actioni of the Democratic
iinaries: Mr. lrowii lhas beeni unani
itisty endorsed by the UHythiovuad club.
Mesasrs. ldiforg: Trho many friends of
rJNO. A, WTEAlAWT respectfully
inate himt as a eaiduato for thei office
Counity Commissioner, Hubjcot, to t,he
OWVINGS, trq. , asa candohiidto for the
iteo of ('ounty Commissionor- -subj),ect
tho actiou af the oemnocratio P'trimart es,
dt obl)ige his M ANy 1'iw.sos.
Mlesses. Iitors: Please arnnou nec 1)1X
411i. RlOiIEWtTuON, Esq., as a candidate
the ofico of County3 (Commnissi.mocr a't
a ensuing election, subject to the action
the Deinocratic primuaries, arnd oblige
Merr. gduar: F1loaso announco Mt.
AAlIiLS DOUGLAS8 as a crn,idato fori
imt.y CommnaIssioneor of 1Fai vlld, sub
it the result, of the Democratic parmary,
Mlev.%rs. /IliIora: Please announc Mr.
lIi. PO( WE (G as a aand i dtO for thoe ofice
(ounty Coimmissioner at the enisuing
selon --subject to I he action (ofthO pI~'
iny election of the Democrat ic clubis.
Phob friends of Ciapt. JOILN A. IIIN
SiNT respeetfulhly nlofimnte h imt for re
,.tion to the office of Count7y Commruis
,ncr- -subjet to the ro.iult of the h)o.no.
Xess~rs. I?duors: T1ho friends of WVIL.
-M AIK EN. Esq., respectfully ti tiomneo
a canididaito for Crfuni.y Commnis
nanr at the ons.uity 1elhe~t or, a;hgatto
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONEl
Me-re. xmlfors: Pento ainonoo Mr.
J. A. TURKE'T, of Cedar Creek, as a
cauldidato for Couity Coimlisisioner at the
enlilig electio, subjcot to ite ac,tion of
the Demuoratio prilualkie., and obligo
Messrs PdOtrs: 'leaso fannotnce JAB.
R. HA RVEY, Esic., ar a candidate for the
vilce of County Commisnioner at tho on
fuin-4 Olotionl-.01ubject to the .action f
the Deiocratle o1nbF ;4 t h6primary clou
tioni-andi oblige his
Nu pEnous F IEND.
Messrs Pitors: Pleaso announco Mr.
H. 1. ZEALI as it tandidato for the office
of Conity Conmi.sionor at tho eisning
erOOtion --fiubjett tU. tho notion of the
Doinoercatio prinmary. MANY FntIENDS
Jhesmrs. /Vilorm-' Pl-ao annonneo MR.
ItOBI-3T D. 1OLL1IC as a candidato tor
,Couity Cominissioner of Fatirtiold at the
ralsuing (letion-lijcut to the action of
the Dunocratic primiary.
Tho fiona or Mr. Jimes G 1Ieron, of
1aWemn, rempcttully nominato him for the
oihlem of Count.y (00m missioneor at the en
suing eleotion. -sub joct to the action of
the Democratic primary.
T'*o many friends of Mr. M. It. MNi.
GltADY utoimiate Lim as a candidate
for County Coumissioner at tho ensuing
elontion, Lubpjct to the action of the
4fcsTRr. fiiorv 'Ieease ia n no n ce %I 11.
O. 'SOAl 11M as a candidate for (ottn(y
ConI ssioivr at t,be esui"L election,
subjet cto the aiution of thre hemnooratic
prinary. MANY FtIEND.S.
Tho frianda of Mr. JAME'S W. VOLE
MAN respectfully.nominato him for the
ofilco (4 Coutity ContisHioner of Fair
flotd- ubject to the action of the Demo -
T T C
JiAE.sfalihe aSloSta>1 a
Winbr, n mprprdt
selsoc tcko er comoa.
TI will also pay 0he hihet ash rieLD
De'tl iver t my 1fo Sia b leo Congrer
SiPeoated oihn o byor sou ofill
SIre, leIaa tiae (loo R.Sth ftr
.L RGf 1j f reh anut
WINES AND LIQUORS
GREAT VAIE TY.
WOULD most respect\ily Inforn
my custonors and the citizoij df FaI
field generally,-that, I keep 11) stovk
full supply of flne Liqn9rps, (igiv
Tobacco, &c., &c., auid goarick.
satistaction to any one giving
trial. My stock consists as 1ow5
OTARD, DUPUY & CO.'S COGNmo
BR AND'S SCIIEDAM GINS.
tAMSEY'S SCOTCH WHISXEYS
JAMAICA L.0 D. RUAIS,
le. MO0111NO DE MORA SHER1tY
F. 'INOLINIER PORT WINE.
. 1I. MTMM & CO.'S tHEIMS
GENUINE l1 IN WINE.
SAIATOGA PUiRItEYEf, WImls.
NATILAN'S 1863 - )ABINET RYE
STRAUSS' IMPE1I AL R YWillq.6
KiEESES "OWN" RYE WHISKEY,
STONE MOUNTAIN RYE AND
("ELIMATEI) 1I'E FER E. RYE
IiENTUCKY BOUR11ON WilS.
PLANTATION RYE WJligKEY.
VIR6NIA APPLE AND PEAC1I
NORTIJ CA1tOLINA SVEET MA SII
PLANTATION COlN WHISrEYS,
NEW ENGLAN) RU.
FENC E'S "DOSTON" UN,
VE.?Y FINE OLD OLARTIT1 WIE1.
I!KOWE M~A DE WINiss.
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I KiEG SWEETI '8(%UPPE.UNONiJ
1 KEG SWEET~i CAT1AWHA WV1IE.
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PUR lE CRAl) APPLE CIDEIt.
PUl.E NII~ATURAL~j APPOLONA.
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RHI APSOD)Y-A S'TIuCITY TEN
THEll~ PUJCK CrGARL-3 iFOR 26
TIIlE CORONETI ClOJAR-3 FOR 25
TIlE SONORA CIGAlR-3 FOR
T1JIE SMASIIElI CI(#AR-5 FOiR 25
TilE IGhITNING~ CfIAR-5 FOiR
THlE MONAJICII OF~ THlE SOUiTit
CIGAR-- FOR 25 ClrTs.
THEj MASTER STiJtOKE CIGARI-5
FOl 25 CE~NTS.
TIlE AMElRICAN TWINS C10AR-..
6 FOR 25 CENTS,.
TIlE COSTA IIICA CiGARt-3 FO1t,
TIE R ]OYA L SEAT, CIGAIL--.1(
.FOR 25 CENTS.
TIlE 1ROSE AND) LALV CI0411-10'
POR1 25 CENT8,
TIl E IHA VANA (f fAMCOOTS-5
T,. W.. BILACl( WLVLO'S SMOKING
TiHE niEST MJXED lEVERtAGE3
Ob' TilE SEA SON 8lERYED
AT Abb IDOU1tS OFi
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