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TOWQ N ANDI - Dul-T,
SA TURD ) Y, Auru1 28 ,1880
TEI:IS o( T111E NEws AND Ty.a1
in advinee; weekly elltioi
tw o dollars and 1ilt ( ents perannuni
fi adtvanO. LIDeral discount to clubs
Of'Aive and upwaiuds.
RAT1rg d$VAntierumaN.-One dollai
per lich' for tho first insertion, V Ild
lifty couts per Inch for eaoh subseq .1en1
1lsortIon. These rates lpply to all ad
yortiseoinents, of whadlver naI- I',. an
'ar ,0payable strictly in advaneo. Conl.
thdtsfor three, sik or ' twelve rantin
ifilidb on very liberal terms.. Tvniiii
n.4plit lol noticc., fifteen Cents PCI
-0n. iD for the first finserlioti't anld sovel
aid:Onell'llc)nI pel, line for cach
Silbscauent insertion. Obituates and
t ibutes of respect charrgc am idvr
marriages and death piulblshed fee 0]
char uge, and solleited.
All coi mmuin icationls, of whlatse've
linture, should'he addressed to thc
- innasboro Publishing CoMpany
mIansboro, S. C.
- 'o o.ur Frieis and Customers-Si
gelheiiiielid' G roeschel.
Deputy Sheriff' McCrnight has c:p
t iiri2 one of tio negmoe ivho escapead
from jail on the 22nd instant.
. Tho. Inoteedings of the Survivors'
-JReuniioni yest:cri.ay wer6 boh interest
Iig aid pleasant. We shall publish a
full acount in our Iext issue.
Mlesrs. 0am6s A. Brice, Thos. 11.
Ketcin, J. Mt. 3Catv aind 1). i. I0lel
niket- left for Ne'w York city on
TI'hlrsday last to purchaso their fall
Mr. Joseph Grocichel, of the firi-of
Sugenheinier' & Groesciel, is low inl
NeIw York, buying a full fill stock.
Custoiners may look out bargains
When i comes.
Quite a large crowd was in town
Friday, tho altract ion liiig the sur
Vivors' meethiig. We are pleased to
say that perfect good order provailed
1-1during the entire day.
A Correspondent iriting from Blyth
wood says: "We assuro you, that by
th ltimo the primary ele'!tion rolls
ro.und the.D)oko Clnb will be in full
blast, and will poll as I.irge a vote as
any in the counlty. Thein we will
throw up our hats aid hurrah for Col.
J. 11. Davis, you be(I"
The proceedings of the fiftlh and
sixth annual icetigs of the State
Press Associalion have just been issued
ill VilPhlet f'orm11 from the 1BOpti-t
Courie, job office, Greenville, S. C.
The work is Iieatly and cor.elly doini
and the pamlphlelt is creditable alike to
the Association and to the printer.
The Kershaw Deinocratic County
Coic ion has selected delegatIs to the
Co.ressional Convention. Three o1
thiese arc for Major WVoodward' and
-olto ti>r GOeiieral Erwlin. The name o1
Ma.jor Woodward excited enthusiastic
app)llaulse whencyer meniiloned. T1hriee
'h1eers for the Feasterville Fox Hunter
*-the man thant drove Aleck Wallace in
his hole in, Seventyv-six i
Commiittcee, Monday night, at the so
1tat.ion of H on. J. C. Colt, conlsider
ed the proprliety ot' his withdrawal
rioma the Stat.c Ticket. They recsolrved
"'thait, hiavinhg eniire conf1idec in i thei
* ~ itegrity and ability of the 1103). James
d.0 Coit, and in view of all.thme circumi
s.tances, it is for the b)est-jinltrst of' t.he
)emnocr'atic part)y that he' remin on
T1he jury commissioners met inl tow-n
on Thursday last , and drew the followv
ing" juror01s, to servo for the Soltembo)e
* term:- J. Young Bhricc,-John R1. Craig,
John11 Johnistoni, T. W. Sligh, Itoberi
3?unb,ar, JIames Joines, D. Lj. .Austin
C. F. Colcman, M. C. Armstrong, J
*C. Caldwell, W. 11. Boulware, WV. C
,Book man, W.T. Davis, A. Mo Yongue
1.. G. S. Gibsoni, J. ft. Sloan, D. IK
Robertson, T.X J.Ketchin, C. A. Abcll,
W. 'T. Peottigre w, if. TI. Brice, S. 1L,
Craw ftord, D). P. .1 lamiter, John Hlaws
Ruff W. P. 1kirrett, S. L.- Dixon, W,
Ui. Pagett,.Rt. C. Rteaves, all white;
and Daniel Johnson, Henry Cook,
* uinley McConnell, John Trapp, Joc
hASE BAL.--TwO match games o1
base ball were played oni the College
*gre en-on- Thursday aftternloonl,.bet.woon
the-Chester nin1e and tho' Dauntiess of
Winnsboro. T.-K. Elliott, Esq., aetedl
ars umpire, and1( Messrs. Jordan and
Melton as score,rs. The fIrst match re
suIted In favor of Chester, the Daunt
eoss forfeitingr t.he game on account of
three foul balks being mae by their
*itlcher. Tihe second was woni by the
Chesters by a score of 21 to 8. The
game~ was not esp)ecially goodi On eithi
erido a110fs a whole, although there was
was some crediitable individual play
ing, Thie three ''PulzottelBrothers" did
"Omoe admirable p)layi.ng, anud were
- ttiply r.ewarded for their unitiring of.
forts to b)0 victorious by many bou
* C- qets and ' innumerable compliments
fromn the young ladles. A brilliant
and.1( rechiercho6 1hop whereat were as
*semibled the 6lito of'the town, closed
the exercises of the day, and was one
' df the most enjoyable affauirs of tihe seaL
son. HIu.rrah for' C-h-e-s-t--r--Chester.
ITE31Ms Fn'IoM RIo(a CniEEK..-Ourl cot'
respond('ent W. E., writig f'rom Rock
Creek August 2.1, says: I take pleas
'tire-liEgivittg.you a ieif account of a
*batrbeoti that chmoe of' 'to-dlay at the
Rc.ck- (Jrek.color-ed school, given by
the colored people of that vicinity,
-which did honor to that raco, and in
fact wvonl have done credit Onl any
oc9,ston Qf-hat,nahtted b~y one own
a IMOIett cor'dially Invited to be
~ seon ithtW0 ceaeoh1lbelyera1 ):
my colorod f640:nds at. ani earl flour
bu Was proveiied by attedingoinu'r
itear by until about 1, p. n.;- when
heard,but the sequel of an addrdss bj
a young colored student of a theolog
cal seminary. Four other speakei
had preceded hith as I learned afte
ward, who did cledit to the occasloi
a nongst I hemthe teacher, Mr. Frazie
I learned from a few whilte gentleio
Who heard their addresses on educt
tion, that they reflected great honor 0
tho'sieakers. I, together with severt
other gentlemen who attended churcl
after the services had. concluded r<
paired some four hundred yards to tj
barbecue, and found an abnndanco c
the good things of the epicule sprea
*bn the tables, to whiuh -we were Invi
ed to partake and to which we did ui
justice. Thd utmost good orde' an
decornm prevailed throughout, to tl
11o0,oV a n%d credit of the colore'd peopl
of old Rock Creek. To-lay Is th
0olinme1inent of a series of prOCceM
higs at Rock Creek Church.. Our paF
tor, the Rev. John Entziinger, an
the Rev. It. R. VamI a'tteided.' Thi
time four weeks since, we had a fou
days' pi'eaching by outr pastor the Rov
John Entzminger, apparently with goi
f(i'et. We hope the present will b
attended with like or better prospects
Collar Creek Items.
CEoAt CenEi, August 27.-There I
not muchl0 news of iftoest in our sC
tion. The last few lays of heat hav
6Aused a considerable falling off in th
Visits of the candidates, and if it wer
not for the regular visits of TrI Niw
AND lEICALD We would u6 g'bt an
news at all. The candidates have bce
making time through oiir country. ]
they have not Inado fricids it is nc
their Fault, for a moo energetic, po
lite set of gentlenen we dlon't ofte
meet. The Cedar Crock Club met o
last Saturday, the 21st, and we had
very goed turnout of the club and
splendid crof) of candidates. Afte
the business of the club was transaci
ed, the club was addresged' by Majo
James'Pagan in a clear, Iiiisiess-lik
specch, so characteristic of: the ma
that we would be glad if we could r
produice it. The Major's speech wn'
carnest, practical and to the poini
Next cam1e to the front our youn
friend Mr. J;1o. W. Lyles, who fo
half hour or more completdly enrii
us away. lie is a whole teain, and'
ci'oss dog-mnder the wagon, in the wa
of.gtting one in, tile canvass. 01
Fairfield could tiot honor herself mor
than to send him to make laws for heit
We think it is high time we scil ou
intolligVelt 1il1rmers to the " State 1ious
anllyhov.- Quito a numbrl of count
cOmmissiones and' sh6rif, were o
tile ground, but we could 'not preva
on any of them to give us a tall
Judging from the way the wind be
theyv muade the most of the occasion
Tile crop prospect in this section
hietter thni inst year, inl fact bett<
thain it has been for scycraF ycar'
C;ot toin is commIeninlg to opei11 11i
soon willithe lion merchAnt's heart.'.
made glhad b)y socing~ thec ficccy kiii
coiming inl to his inispection.
,Tile chur'chles generally are harvii
great recvivalA thf1ot1gh - the c61untr;
and a conlsiderable iterest is-mnanifes
ed in tile nmeetings.
,We' wotild be glad to heoar from tha
canldidlate barbecue, -it'there~ is going
be onle.' CEDAIR CREE.:.
'InsT TiiERE 13E. LiGHT."
.Messrs. Edlitors: F~rom the tin
that the g'reat wvork of creation wi
comp jleted, up to tihe prl) f3it time, ti
worild has1 been b)lessedl with tile ligl
of the SunI, 11oon1 and star's. Iln latt<
years we of' tile Boro hlave had in ai
dition to tihe above the street lamn)
'Tie lattei' is r'egar'ded by some as
great addition to the towin and on
beautiful muoonIlighIt nights contras
very profty wvith the palo, me
low light of the moon01; but 011 dark aii
railny nights (such as last W'ednesdle
was) it is very disagreeable to be d
pirved of' ail light and compelled to e
it blind. Yet our street lamnps seci
to follow the order of nlatur'e, and lii
tile moon01 halve their dlark per'iods, al
sad( to saty, that by some pr'econlcert<
luarragemrenlt (with the moon) they al
both dark at the samle time. In plai
WVords, o111' lamp-lighter is a reguh
anld systematic lton-shinler aind <
dar'k nights he lies still, hiut is' all al
tivity whech thei mooni Shines.
Shouldhillis nieet the eye of any 4
the reCvenlue officlals, I hope they wi
give its A little sensation b)y the' arfec
o fa genuline ''moonhiiner" in the BJor<
The above is inltended to apply to ti
southern or moonshinoe portion of ti
town, where thef'o Is gr'eat comnplabi
(on dark nights) for waut of
A Suppl of. Watt.Pl,s, Ileitn,
IIcmlp and Riubber' Packinug.
J. F. McMASTER1 & Co.
T HEREBY give notice that I have tI
.day sold out my entire intorest I
tile b)ar awl' blliard sloonknown'as "O01
Houso5," tU E. L. Lumpkin and Robert I
Hipson, -yho will continue the buRainei
at the old -Htanld. I wQuld reCl4t1'full
ask for thenm tihe patroniage biorotofore e3
tended to mne. JNO. D, McCARtLEY.
August 20, 1880.
We hlave this day b)oughlt thin bar know
as "Our Hlous," fromn J. D. McCarley, t<
gethler wit.h the entire stock of wine:
liquors, tobacco, cigars, billiard tablo, eti
T1he business wvill horeafter be coinduete
b)y us5 at tile olId stand under the firn
nameo of E. L, Lumipkin & ('a., and we ri
spectfally ur.k the patrona go heretofore a
liberally bestowed on Mr. McCarloy.
TIORT. UI. 8TIMPdON.
.-Subsribn to Tnir ImW An0 H1rt
Pa I NM E L 4 t -U R S.
's1 ATJTANS BROS.' Old Cabinlet ltyo,
180, Cid hlioko Whisk 1811.
Also, Rotterdam Wrandy. Cold H11amu for
l lunch from II to 1 o'olook overy day.
HAVE recontlf made extenmivo addi.
1.tionm to .mY, 14toc of Wines- a.1d
liquors. whii'-. 6onsisth of a full as8ort
m ment of Rf' Whiskoy, 'orn Whiskey..
ti Frouch Braiidy, Applo Brandy, Peach
Brandy, Shetry Wine, bonppernong Wiho,
Champ1agfo, oto , etc.
_rA I d1aimu to aAl the FINEST AND
e PUREST''RYE WHISKEY to bo bid in
o Winsboro. Give it a trial.
d I also also k op on hand a ful suIpply of
S EGARS AND T'ORACCO,
d in great variety, and adapted to the ta8tos
0 of everybody.
0 Call at the PALVETTO HOUSE, In tho'
Winnsboto Hotel building.
0 - -
y TO THE CITIZENX .010 PAIRFIELD:
t I I-TA", established a Sale Atabfe at
M MWihiboro, and am prepared (6
Fell stock stock 0l VejrV accommIod1at
ing terms, eiler"fT cash or on time
11 u1il next fall for negotiablo p4per.
1 P1rsons wishing to buy or swaj9 will
do, well to call on me boforb purchas
I will also pay the highest cdsh:priesr
dont AND roDDER
Delivered at my Stable on Cofhress
|Strect, located-oiI door south of tho'
jan . A. WILJIFO31b;
THE GE*NUINE LIQUII6
0 UNSURPASSED 1Y ANY OT1ErjBL'ING
I TIE STRONGEST, CLEAN
-. EST AND CHEAPEST
VIN THE MARKET.
1 ]ut up in neat b'ottie-s With s'inli..
1er attached, which can; after using
ithe Uhting, be used for numecrous
0other purposes-such as Sauce Bot
tIes,- etd., etc. Its advantages~ are
it 'Ny' a bottle and be convinced.
o Sold cheap by
a JUST RECEIVEiD a fresh suppl.y
a of Choice Groceries. .The follow..
inig is a list of my loading articles:
. Clark's Best Augusta Flottr,
d Clark's Bolted Meal and Pearl Grist.
Also; d Fresh lot of Wheat Bran.
:e Granulated, St-mndard A, Key
d stone A, Extra C, and all the lotwer
r Green and Rloasted-all grad'es
11 Freos1i Cafmed Goods of all kinds,
it Fres~h PIekles and Sauces.
>.1500 Gallons Wines and Liquors
.e of all gradds'.
0 Give me a call and got a B3argain.
aug 17 On the Coner.
Cor'ner Store S
8 ALLf Stnamer Goods marked down at
nl 3. M. BJEATY & CO.'s.
-ALL Cotton Gooda reduced lrn prioe at
. J. M.IBEATY & CO.'s.
BOTTOM pri(00s on Clothing arnd Strawv
- Has at the COIRNERt STORE.
a AN Eleont Stock of Corsofa ju
oelved. bSomething nice, Call a
*LADIES was ting Shoes will pileaso re..
.member ZAei gler Bros'. fine Shobs at J. M.
.IBEATiY & CO.s
A R-AtLOAD of the celebrated Studle.
baker Wa~gonms, all sizes, to arrive
by the 1st ofSepteraber, As WO have be--.
,fore sold *nahy ot thed6iv in. the
d Oadtty~ prense ask those naT them If
t,hQy tro goode WV. Rk D~OT &.0.'
TIIh MUSIC I10USNO1' TImSOUT1 I
IEMOVAL TO OUR
Xaw Doubo Stor
Ali Immense kusic Temple.
Two largestorea, each 30 feet front and
four storiek hlib, fronting o1v three streets
niIdflled from collar to loft with nuslcaj
supplies. Nothing to compare with it in
the Southern 8ates.
A BIG S1'ORE,
A dIG 9TOCKR
A BIG TRA.Ejq
N UONk TO COM,
During the ten years since our qstab
lidhuent of our house we have developed
the mnusio trade of the South to a won
derfut degree, but at yet we have only be.
gun. WV,ct, not man'y y'earA ahead, a
businoss of a million a year, and to 'take
care of this en'orioi's traio we' ha:*' po
vide(d our p*r&Sent inaii6th warernoinos.
Fall trade 1P8Q' will be immense. We arc
ready forifT. ]6r 1ionflsour seni6r part
ner has been at the North contraoting
with Piano and Organ manufacturors for
instrtumnts. iDo has c6nclfided' most
a(dvantageousFtcohtrcts, ni'l the PiaiYbFi
and Organx ak* "'coming, -coming" 10,000
more, by-every teainr. Ne% St,yles, Nbw
Prices, Now Terms, New- Store, 'Now Do
SPMtIAL. OFY14' , 1ALL 1880.
Cash prldew with three Afonths credit.
Durin months of Aug; Sept. and ddt:
We will soll Pian6s and Orgaiis at Lowis
C0si Piu s, payable $25 Cash on a Pi
ano or $11) Cammh on an Orgim, with the
balanen in three'nonths, wiTOuT XNTLYe
WHAT DO YOU SAY TO Tif Ffit
Writo fir' Illustrated Cataloguo: and
New Price Lists for Fall 1680, and pre
pare to be astoni,shed;
LUDDEN & BATES'
Wrholesale Piano and Organ Dealers,
TOUIMM BOTTOM AGIiN
Therefore we take plIeasure in ai
nouncing to onr friends and cus
tomecrs that we have mado a greal
reduction in p)rices of our stock. Wn
are determined never to be
30 ill.give our' customers a sp3.
cial beliefit by offering great ani
Calicos, Muslins, Swiss, and al
kinds of White Goods for sumnmei
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
Suitings,' tiinBuntings at great.
ly reduced P2rices.
Cottonados, Jeans and Cassimerot
at greatly reduced prices.
Just received a new lot of Ladies
Misses' and Ohuildrefr's Slippers.
A new invoice of Gents' #carfs
Neckt,ies and Summer Uinderwveai
which will be sold cheap.
WHlITE~ AND~ 0OOlnDSInUTS,
MOSQUITO NET TING I
MOSQUITO NET TING;E
Than Eveor in Embroideries, Ho.
:siery, Notione,- ctc.-'
We now have on band a fil stock~
of Clothing, Boots, Shoesr Hats and
Gesnts' Furnishing Goods iive us
a call before buying elsewhere and
I'1NHR house and lot now occupied by
.1 W. H. Kerr, Esq. The lot hasm ai
front on Vanderhorst St. of il1 feet, and
a dep,th of 213 feet. The hotHis no 1w, in
excellent repair, an4 on t.o- pretins are
a ,food well and- all treeessary outbuild,
lngs' Possession glvo January J, 181
TXerms moderape.' ly to
FOR STAT.4) SENAT01?.
The maniV friends of CApt. It. A. (Ai
LAtD would respectfifly nomeiid,al0 I
as a candidate for the Senato, subjecot
the action of tie Democratic primaries.
F oni cono6N1m.
.To'frionds of Mr. H. YONGUE MIL
ING1ospootfully noniitte- him for coi
nor of FaiTiIllti Cotinty-subject to t
result of thd 5omocratio primary.
FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE.
The ft-6hds of M. THOj. E. DELL
spectfully nominate him fo the oilice
P.robatu Judge of Fairfiled County, Fi
ject t - thb action of' the Demora
Atessr.q. j.di(orv: Pleaso ani,onnee t
present igoumbent, J. R. Boyles, und
of Probate, as a va'ntik1t'df for reoleoti
aCt7tl ensuig election, 1ubjcCt to the I
ton of the Deniocratio party at the p
knaries. By eo doing you wvill oblige I
14 MANY FiNDs,
FOR SdlOOL COMMT5&rONE
'fho friends-of DR. JOHN BOYD,
preciating the skill, zeal and fideli
with which ho hasi disoharged %ho dut!
of- Sohool Oniliissions,r, respeotiu
nominate him for re-olection--s;ubj oct
tie atidn of the Democratic primarios.
The friends pf the REV. JAME DOUI
LASS,respectfully nomini4o'him for t
position- of Sehool Conimissioner of Fn
oield County at tlo ensuing .lotioa
subject to the nction of the' Democra
party at the primuaries.
FOR iPIS1ENtA t1,.
1essrs. Oiflors: Please Pnnouneo t
name of Mnjor JAS. PAGAN as a cani
data for* ifio Lggislature-subject to t
Democratic iinAri6s4 MANY FihzNs.
'Tho friends of Mr. JOHN W. LYLE
beliovig thnt he wYij faithfull r6prese
all the intre'st of'th poolls r6speutfu
ly nominate him for aoiit in the Hoi
of Representatives-subject to the Acti
of the Democratic primaries.
'ii fiien s of T. r rIcHEL rega
him fitted to represent the county in t
Ilouse of Representatives, and rcspeotful
sqibmit us ia%iome to tho Demoerats
Fiirfleld for their action irr the primair
We present the namo of MAj. C.
THOM&S to tho'' Democratic voters
Fairflold coun.y as one that will ably n
effliently riprosent um in tHi 9Uto Le
isltilr6--S'bjoct to the Denocratio pi
mares. NUnnnou FRIENDs.
The ianyfrindfs of the Hon. T11o
S. BRICE, app'reciating in a highl degr
his past sArvices in the House of iopr
sentatifen, respectfully nominAto hifi I
re-election, su bjcot to the result of tj
Democratic primary election.
Ird. EVIarsi Plia annoinneo '
JAMrS B. 'T:UJNER as a candidato f
the Logislature at the cnsuing elctio
subject to the notion of the Doinocrak
clubsat the primiafrios. By so doing y,
will oblige his. MANY FRINDS.
Messrs Edilors: Wo he'g t6 present
tl ftvorablo consideration of the vot,
of Fairiold county Mr. GEORGE if. IN
MASTElit as a candidate for one of o
Representativcs iriAtho nexo Lcgislatu
We present his name with the filli asi
ance of his' high qualifications for tI
distinguished position, for in addition
is finished . oduention and acknowledg
nofi wart.h, ho ik oiio of the most p)ub
spirited citizenis fi o'r aduufty, anid
such oannot fail to 1)e a most useful ino
her of our Legislature. MANYx VOTRs.
F ]OR SHIERIFF.
The friends of R. N. MoMASTER, Es
respectfully nominate him for the aflico
Shoriff of l3airfiold Coaunt-y, subject tot
action of the Domoeratia primary.
Tho frionds of S. WHOR'TER? YONO1
nominate him a candidato for the oil
of Sheriff at tho ensuing eletion--rubj
to the action of the Democratic primari
.Ate.?sr. iiorsi Pleso anneuie15'5
Ri. E. EL LISON, JR., as a candidate
Sheriff of Fairfield County, at the ons
ing' oleition--subjcet to' the ation of t
Dcmojratio primary. MANY FRIENDS,
The many friends of Mir. JNO D.I)
CARLIdY, recognizing his peculiar fitn<
for the ofuce, respecethu'Ily nominatq h
for Sheriff of Fairtlold Coutity--suluegt
the action of the Democratic primary.
.jessrs. Mdilors: As nominations are
oraer, permit ' t'b pi'oseftl tile name
CJL. JNO. ii. D)AVIS nsB a candidate
Sheriff at the enisuing election, subhje
of course, to the action of the Demoera
primaries. Mixv FrINDs.
Messrs. Edi/ors: Please annlouioe A
JAS. L. R10HMOND as a candidate
Sheriff at the ensning elction, subject
tile notion of the l)emocratie Clubs at
primaries, and obligo MANY FaTENDS,
Messrs. Editors: Please announce 3
J. Preston Cooper as a candidate fori
Democratic nomination for sheriff at I
comning eloottorf (stibject to th . decisi
of the primary election) and oblige ma1
friends in the
Sour1rWB8T?anN PORTION OF' THE CoUm
FOR COUN'fY COMinSSIONE
The many friends of Mr. JOH-N FEi
LEY~ nominate him as a candidate
County Comnmissionmr-strbjeo't to t
action of tihe Dom'o'oratio pu'inaries.
Ai Fill. dIorsq: Please announce &
rACOIB TOOKMAN as a oandidatp fer I
office of County Ccimm'isinonce for a
field County at the ensuing elnction, su
jeot to the Dontocratie primary.
Please aninounce Mr. J. Wim. JIROWN
a cafididato for County CornMisioni
subject to the noctin of thme .DJemuocral
primairics. Mr. Brown has beent unai
mnously endorsed by the JBlythlewood clu
Messrs. Efmfora: Tihe matly friends
Mr. JNO'. A, STEWVART respoctful
nonminate him as acandidlate for tho of1t
of County Commissioner, aubject to
Democratic prima ry.
Mesars, Edilors': Please aninone' THC
D. OWINGS, Erq., as a candidate for t
office of County Commissioner- -subj<
to the ation of the D'emocratic Primjarm<
and oblige his MANy FaIE*Ds.
Mes'srs. /bfflors: Pleaso announlco DI
ON II. ROBERTSON, Es. as acaudirh
for the ofice of County Commnits>nor
the ensuing oleotlo'n, subject to the auth<
of thle Democratic primaries, arnd obli
hif MANY PanNDs,
Meassis.~.'Nor PlIast an~nou ice oo
OHIARLE~S DOUJOLASS3 as a oandIdata i
Oounty Comruisslonor of Fai rIlli, au
)oot the result of t,be Democratic primai
MEsrd. Edilora; Uleasui arntounce It
J Er POWE1lJ a andidate for the ofi
of County Comamjshnxv at the~ *s i
deention-tbje4t t b te actfon of(i pl
matxn *lacItion of theqDemanrAtfa lubh,
FOR M0U'NTY OMMISSIONER
L.- Thn frieni -of Capt.. -JOHIN A. IIN
im NANTiv Npef-taiIy noninnto him for re.
to elec tion to the stilico of Conraty Comii
s4ioner- -subjdect to the-roiult of the De-no
Messrs. FiGors: ' Tho' friends of WIL
IA1 AIKEN. Etq., reppectAflly anolnno
himtt a enndidsito for Couraty Comimih
shonhr at t.o ensuing ttleotionp sutjectto
the reslt of the J0-mooratic pimari.e
- l..V.. lAlden,.n; 1'i (un e anhoun o' M~r.
re- J. A. TURKETT, of Cedar Creek, a a
01 cudidto for C'ounty Commissionor nt the
ib- filoting olet.ioll subljb et to the action of
ti the lJoulooratio primerm, and obligo
be M3teurm Awleirs: Ple(s( innoich JAS.
ho U. UA RVEY, Isq. as a andidanto for the
on olico of countvy comiilisioner at the en
to- muinq olool.imn -subject to thn aotion of
ri- the Democratic clubm at the primary oleo
)Is tiol-and oblige his
R. .tisr.t. 141wnt Please linomnive Mr.
!- It. A. ZEAL. iu a cndiHato for the ofli6
P- ofcounty Collpillssiolter at the ensning
ty 014)ction_--Kllbjoot t<. tilE notion of tio
08 Democratic -primary. MANY Fiut:NPrn
tly .--.._ ___ ...
to 3Mesrs. filitor.s: Phi.ae ainouito 1 11.
I0BEllT D. BOLICWas a ctndidate tot
County Commissioner of Fairiold at the
ornuing olcotioni-Hubject to the action of
hie the Deinooratic primary.
io The friean )of Mr. Jaines G Iteron, of
S110111, respectfully Doll)minate hint- for the
ofilco of Cotty &mlimsionni'at the on
suing electi&h- -siibject to the aion of
t&s Demooraie primitury
ijai 17- tdi'.
6o The nany. frinnd of Mr. M. 11 M
ORADY ltiIiiinato him Aa a- candfdAt,o
- for Coanty -Commissioner attlio' culing
s, eloetion, subjeos to the nation of tho
nt Domocratic Primary.
1- - - ____
so.- Messrs. PUtors: Plellso maln nnon .lt.
If ukARO D1U K,s as a cantilidate oor County
Commissioner at tho Ptisuiri <-lectioi,
subject to thi action of tho Demooratic
rd primary. MANY FR?IENDS,
hao - - - -
y The fii c f Mr. JAAtE8 W. COLE
of MAN respectfully nominato him for the
v. offico ot' County Commissioner of Fair
field--tiubiet. to the action of the Demo -
F cratic primary.
ofTO THJ.roTllS O10 F.A11FIELD.
9- GENTLEMEN-Ilnpeled by a snose. of
-i- dity o my couitry aird proniptod with a
desire to SevO ity fellow-citizns, I hero
- by offer myself as a. candidate for the of
8. te of Coduit)y (ominissioner, subject to
(0 the notion of the Democratic primaries,
0- and with th hopo that m11j, clani tnay
6r icet with dno congideration from my
[lo fricilda. Respectfhlly,
TlROY T. LUMPrIN.
- THE SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE'
AGRICULTURE AND MECIFANICS
t 0 TWILL bo oponed foi- the instr'uction
L0- of the Young men of tho State, on tIlo bih
ur OCTOBFR, in t) batildings of thi old
-1. South Iaroli Colleo, fWI the follow
tr- ing Faculty, viz- .
toWM. POftCIIERL MUJEs, LLTi..,
ed President, andL Professor of English Liter
as' JA MES WOODR1OW, Pit. D., D. 1i.,
na Professof of Geology, Mineralogy, Btotany
__Professor of Mathemaat ics and ( Natdral
3 WIL~LIAM lIUIlINEY, Px.11.',
ho Profesotor of Aiiatytical and Agricultural
t hemnist -~3 antd Ex periiental
L 'JiUITION FlEE~ TO ALL, Tloom renlt
IcC for the year $10t. For furtheri infbornantionu
'ct apl1y to1 t he Secretary at CJolumobia, S. C.
01s. Liy order of the fuenity'.
r~ ltENJ. Sl.OAN,
for Stenrear of Faottlty.
r Columbin, S. 0., August 13, ;880,
heO1W WATCh ES A RE MAIDE.
it, will bo aliparenCIt to auty 01ne, who will ex
amine f to.tOLion WATCH. that asidco from
mu the necessary thickness for engraving and
to iblsling, at larga p)roporl.ion o'f the prllouls
meltail used, Is neededl Only t,o stiffon and hold
-- the enlgrayed porttens fn a (ce, andl supply t.hu
in n Cossary so)tdity anid strength. The surplus
of goldh ia actutal:y needless so faLr as UTrt.ITy and
for beattyJ brio doneCrnedC(. In JA MES 1103*' PAT
et, ENT UOIN) WATCIH CAHICS, t.hIs WASTI4 of pro'
tie clous metall tsoverdoec, and tho RAMS BOllirry
AND 5TREN14UTH' precduced at, from Ono-third to
Sone-half oft thle usl5i COst of solki( 01as0s. ThIs
rp rocess Is of t.,he mno.t simple nlatutr(e, as (ol..
to lows: a plate oft nick~el COmaposiin metal,
hie specially adlapied to the puripose, has) two plaItes
of SOLID COLD1 soldercd one0 0n (tacht sdo0. The
three are then passed betwcon polIshed steel
rollOi-s, and the resuilt Is ai strIt) of heavy plated
composItIon, from whIch I hi c:ascs, b'acks, cen
treos, hezzles, &e,. are cut, and( shaped by sulta
lia (lies and frmners, The goldi in those ensek'
isl suifllcont-ly thIck to admit of all kInds of
chtas!ig, engraving and enameling; the en
.graved cases have been:carrled tint ii worrl per.
tootly smooth by time and use without, remnoy
ing the gold.
TiIs IS THI'Il ONLY CA8E MADE WITH[ TWO
PLJATENH OF 8OLID) GOOD, AND WAlIIIANTED
N. BY SIPECIA L CEWtIIFICATh.
of For sale by Conner & Chandler and C. Muller.
lhe Ask for lustrated Catalogue and to see war'
rant. - mchx ll-txly
[~ ar ElDle .
s,A FULL ASSORTMINT
*It G i o -
SA11rays on fland.
_ . .. MdMASTENL & Co.
MOO $ lio ht
...... . . ....
WOutlI most'respietfully ifr
ny,I castomers and the citizong of I1aW
field geneorally, tha' I'keep in-stock ~
full su)ply of tI' Liquors, Cigan
Tobacco, - &co; &c., and guaat1"
satisfaictidn to any on1o- giving
ril. - Astock coni1sts as- 116
OTA11D, DUPJY & CO.'S COGNA%J
BliAXD'S SCIIIE,'AM GN.
JAMAICA 11. 1). RUMS.
F. MOWlNO 0.11 M%O.RA SHEItY
F. MOLINIER PORT WINId.
U..H. MUMM* & CO.'S unius
(I1NUINE RINE~ WINE,
SARATOGA PUR1E RYE WiS
NATHAN'S 1863 CABINET. IWi
ISTRAUSS' IMPERIAL RIME WIS.
imSS"OWNW' RYPI 1VIIISKL,"
STONE MOUNTAIN RYE AND
CELEBRATED Pl0"11FFER E. RTE
KENTUCKY BOURBON WIIS
PLANTATION RYE WHISKEY
VIRGINIA APPLE AND PCEACIt
NORTI CAROINfA SWEET MA411
PLANTATION CORN WHISKEYS.
NI0)V 'XXOtAND RUM.
ltrENCIE'S "BOSTON" GIN,
YZRY FINE OLD CLARET WINE.
IOMii MAIbE WINES.
1 KEG DiIY SCUI'PERNONG WINE,
I KEG SWEET SCUPPERINON(I
1 IkEG SWEET CATAWBA WINE.
IIEIGER & ENGEU~S CELAiBRIATq
El) LAGER IBEER ON DRAUGHT
BASS & CO.-S IMPORTED ALE.
PURE CRAB APPLE CIDE~R,
PURE NATURAL APP~OLONA-.
CI(GARS AND TOBACCO,
RHAPSODY-A STRICTLY TEN
THE PI'IME M INISTER C10AR-4
FORL 25 CENTS.
TIlE PUCK CIGAR-8 FOR
TIHE CORONET CrGAR-8 FOR 25
TilE SONOR A . CIGA R-8 FOR
THlE SMASILERI CIGAR-5 FOR 2K
THE LIGHTNING CIGAR-5 F?OIL
TIHE MONARCH; OF THlE SOtYTI
C1GARt.5 FOIR 25 CENTS.
'l'IiE MAsTER STROKE CIGA.IN-&
FOR 26 CEJNTS,
THlE A MERICAN TPWINS CIGAlI~
6 FOR 25 CENTS4
l'UE COSTA RICA CIGAR-8 FOTL
TIlE 'ROVAt. SEAL CIGAR-4Q
FOIR 25 CENTS.
THE ROSE AND LILY CIGAU-. 0
I'OR 25 CENTrs.
TIHE -HAVANA Cl AlIOOTS.4
t. W. BLACWELL4'S SMOII
CIIJE WING TOBACCO iTh
THE~ BEST MIXEth DEVEA4$1
OF TI-IE SEAlfON SERVEID
AT ALL flOURS Q)
THlE DAY, TO SUIT TIHE O