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TOWN AND COUNTY.
T.lisOP' 'Tii:NIns 'ANilIiIA
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of jive and mm,vds.
?xvj.s or AimvE'TISING.--One dollar
-er Inch for the ilrat hisert-ion, - D1d
Cents per inch for acl Subseq .1enit
inscrhon. These rat es apply to tIll ad
- vertisemnt, of whatever It'atv re, and
are pavablo strictly in advance. Con
tracts for thre, six or twelve Imloiths
ilado on very liberal terms. Tni
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slubscouent insertion. Obitui-len and
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tisellmeits. Simple ainlouneeliits or
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lirie, and solicited.
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lnture, Should be addressed to the
Winolaiboro Publishing Company
Wiinsboro, S. C.
Citation-J. R. Boyles.
Grain-J. F. McMaster & Co.
An epidemic of sor1e eyes is sweeping
hllrough the town.
The Chester Democracy proposes to
attend the ratilition iecting inl Co
lumbia ini a body. Will not Fairfield
Thec Lancanster Rteviewv '1nnounces
that Misses Mattie and Lilla Bcaty of
Wimlsboro have been visiting friends
in that county.
Jr.Thirt.y bales of' cotton were sold here
on Thursday. This is an unusually
heavy sale for one day this carly in the
Governor Simpson resigl'led on Wed
iesdaty, and Licutenant-Governor Jo
ter quaihfied the same day. The ques
tioni as to the Chief Justiceship will
comeit u[ oi the 16th inst.
it. L. S. tEcILIU.mv.-Mr. L. S.
Mellicham11p, of Fairlichd, it yomig gen
tician i well known and mu1L honlored
*it the ltidge Spring sectiol, has decid
ed to locate tit. Johinston, wIlere he will
openl it store for general Imlerclandiise.
3iss Anna Wylie, of Faiirtield, has
been visiting friends on Rocky Creek
for the past week. Shc spent the last.
days of (lie week with Aliss Laura
Wylie, anld left for home yesterday.
While visiting our* county Aiss Wylie
made many tiends and adiaiiers,
A series of meetings have been held
at Aiiwell Presbyteriaii Church,
.3idgeway, by the lRev. Mr. WVilsonl,
assisted by the Rev. Messrs. EhItunds
and Treholm. Thirteen new me
* bers i\cre added 1o the conigregation.
TIhe I1tcy. D)r. U owe will precach at
-Aimiwell on Snday.
The Charlotte, Colhunbia & Aiua-ustai
iailroad Companyim otYer great. indnce
monts to per'sens wvishing to attenad the
grand D.einocratic rally ini Coiunmbia
on the 7th inst. .Round-trip) tickets,
*good to returii oni thie th, will be sold1
at the extremecly lowv price of' one cent,
pori mile each way.
Mr'. Philip Lanidecker, of' the house
of .P. Lanidecker & Iro., leaves for
New York to-day, ihr the purpose of'
laying in his tall suply. In a short,
tiane thme newv stock will be ready- for
the inspection and the moncy of thle
punblic. In the .micaintimie (lie goods
now on hnid will be sold at unusually
low figuires. ~
*Tm R.ATine.mI'ON M~EiYrrX.---aj.
rodad County Chairman, has
under'.instrue tions liromu the Execut ive
frommallth chubs in Fairtield to attend
the lHancoc k and -flagood ratification
mceting iln olumibia onl Tuesday,. It
is hoped tha t6'' Djmocracy of this
county WIk givo a lmharty response,
Au 9?tort i the beggining~ may save a
rnt deal of eff'ort in the end. Every
'thing doepends on the beginning of the
( - campaign. Let the ball bcgiin in full
A Sontoot ,r llmaEwA~Y.-Thie cii
zons ofIiidgeway, wit h that enterprise
which has ahuvays dlistiguishedt them,
have deteirmincd to erect a fine school
b.uildihng, at a cost not loss than two
thousand dollars, on a p)iceO of land
.donated by Mr's. James II. Colcman,
just In the suburbs ot' (lie towvn. It is
the intention of the p)eople of IRidge
way to have a first-class schaool for the
accomimodation of thme children of' that
place and its viciniity, This is quite a
s(tep in ad(vanCO and( wiill maruik an er'a
in the hiistory of the p)1nco. F"urthier
pariciulairs wvill bo given hier'eafter.
JItems fromi D)um,ice' Creekc.
Ut;JMPEn's CaEE~K, Septemnbc' 3.
Somec timei( hias elapsed silice I last w rote
you, hut this ar'ose fi'oin a scar'city of'
nows in this~ sectioli, nothing woi' hiy of'
attcuitiin hiavinmg occi'ed to intei'est.
thme public. H owever, I thought I
would give y'ou my views of tlic crops
and tho standing of our' far'mcrs at this
time. The weather foi' a few weeks
past has been favoi'able to curing 01ur
-fodder cropsl) uitil aibouit a wveek ago,
* ~when thle rain occashinally (caughit us5
wvilli fodlder on thie stalk or just bun
died, andi( put us to soiie tr'ouble anid
extra work, but11 finally afteri 10081ing,
sunn id rebinitng it we nrmaaged
to get imiost of it savedi, though not ini
as good condtitioni as it wiouIld havo
bee)n, hadl there been no rain. Yet,
after all our' car'o and labor, fodder
will be a shiort crop, as thes blade is
- ~ short and f'ew on the stalk, so I know
that wve wg have not made more than
a good half crop. .Cornm looks much
better' sInce time foddor ltas been1 pulled,
as thecar's 0!l11 be nor p)tidhy' Acti,
andti ey are amuch lai'ger. anid boete
W .ime ago [main d .
'li kIg $O)r yifng Into constdoration,
snt'mlers will find themselves mluchl bo0
ter off thall they anticipated two
m11on1ths agi. Cotton-picking Ds
now In full blast aid tiln-1111)g out well. -T
Some of the hanlds ire pirking from .
1bo to 00 pounldli dalily. aild wo think
that we will be most likely to have a
good late crop from the seasons had.
these 'ew days. It appears to me that .
we fretted anld prophesied Iucl too
soon about our crops of corn and f1
On Stday last I attended the servi
ces of the Jacksoll's Creek Iresb1yterian pl
church and had the pleasure of hearig W
the Rev. R.. Milton Stevenson preach.
lie Is t young irman of this section who
lhat!4 just finlished his studies at Divinity
Itall, Due West. Great. CXI)CctitiOtis In
wore formiel of him as a clergyman, f
and I am happy to say that in my
huble opilioll he has not disappoint
od these hopes of his friends and ac
quaintances. Ile ii evidently a young
man that will make his imirk inl the
church, combining talent of1 high order
and a knowledge or scripturo witi a
decided urni for Scriptural relidinig.
Mr. Stcvenson is destined to become a
leading diville. More anon.
TZE11 L ONG 11.N CL U1.
Proceedings of the Meeting Last Thursday
--sp,eeeies fr-om1 Several Candidates--A
Tie Democratic iecting ill Long
town on Thursday was a complete suc
cess ill cycry particular. The grove
above Mr. N. P. Ayers' spring was
the spot seleted for the sand, the sur
rouidilg hill forming a natuiral amill
phithealtre. Notwithtanding the
thireatenincg aspect of the weather andR(s
CreLuelit showeri; during the nioriing i
quite a goodly nuiber ofboth ladies'n
lid gentleiniei were collected together
whei we arrived on lie grounds, ex- ill
pressinlg in their happy ColItlellalnces
the deep interest felt in ulhe cause of to
Deilocracy mld good goverulient, as
weas l erfeot con i denceto in the uilti
mate triminiph of Lie principles of civil
libert.y. About twelve o'clock tho
meelting vals valled to order by John St
D). Ilarrison, Esq., the Presideint o' the Li
Longtown Democratic Club, who wel
1o1med the assemblage in a flw apprc
priavte rem1ar1'ks, both well-t ioied and -
iloquent. Major Thomas of Ridge
way was now in roduced by Ir. liar
rison, and piroceeded to dline his po
4ioin with referiience to tie issues of'
She' cami g'i, amiil also 1o urge uponJI
his hears tihe Iecessiy of thurougih
3rp Ili zation1 o lh 11part of the De
m0li acy1. Ie was atteitively listened
1 thougliout, and took his seat amidst
The next speaker was MI. Jolh W. D
Lyles, also0 a candidato for' the llouise
at' Repr'esenmtat.ives. Mr. Lyles r'eindul
ed the people of' the hard--fought strug
tie of '76, of' thme fruits of'that vict.ory,.
of' the further aulnd oi'e compllete tri
umph1)1 of '78. iand exhor't.ed thle D)emloc
r'acy to buckle on their armor and11
elosc up the ranks for the mnihty O
4ruggle that is before them, iln which
the fito of1 constit utional gover'nnment
is intvolved. lie conided(C( his remarks
amidst chleers, and was f'ollowed by
MIr. U. Hi. McMaster' of Winnsbor'o,
likewise a candidate for' Legislative C
honor01s, who enter'tained tihe crlowdl
with a1p. quotatat ions5 and3 illiust rations
t'romn both anlecit ai'd mnodern history,
applying thle less'ons inculcated to the
limes in which we now live. His re
Inarks were both pra'ictienti and inst rue
tive, and1( seemred to make ai goodl im b
l3resslion. Mr'. James)C5 G. 11eron1, of
Salem, one of' the noble army of' can
ldzites for' Couti ity CominiionerCi, no0w
manfltly steppmed up ''to thle scratch,"
51m( ill iis own iim~itaible way pr'o
.eeded to dec3lare' him 1sellan allfspiant
f'or thle offce of County Conunissioner,
liltersp)er'sinog his rinmar'ks with much
Irish wiit and( hiumor' whichi brought
the3 broad smiles out on the faces of
Oevery oneC pr'esent. Tni ionluIding Mr'.
Heron said: "With Hancock as yo1ur
President., Ungo'Cod as yourioveno
aInd Heron as y'ouri County Commis..
lioner', then goodl oldl days wvill once
mior'e retur , i' nd wol , shlallreachl an1
era1 of' prosper'it.y niever' before mattained
bii tihe annuals of tile Slate." It is hlard
ly necessary to say that this eloquent
pcrorlationi was greeted with loud,
long, anid conltinlued ap)llaus.
Ncext follow'ed Maj. Pagan, can^.i
diate for the HTouse, and Messrs. Elkin
and (Gaillard, cand(idates for the Soil
itc, im thle or'der nuamed. The p'roi-.
these gen1t-leon said(, but fr'omh their
well kniowni repultationl, and fihe cordci-.
dlity of' thejir recep1t.ion, as8 inica~ited by
thue aplauliLse with which theiir re1marlks
Ilem a good impress05ion3. Pr'Ci(idt
I larriso8n nowv annuonneuced di nnet' and
invited tile assembled guests to partake
f'the hto.Spitalit.y of' the chlb. A glance A
rt the tabiles r'endermed ai r'enewal of the
Iniviato 1(01mlIuneessar'y, and1( ill a veryv
shtort, Iine they wvere smnertounde ob1(101
dil Hi(de.. G(nided by TMr. D). W. T1.,
weO reatlced aL 'ommnanding posillon3
ear'ly in flhe actioni, and1( immedliautely
oined most heartilv in t.he onuslaughut.
Such 3a Ispread if, 1ha's seldom been 0111'
od for'tunei (eer to witnes8s before, |~
131d11i. was3t prI03oiouned by every omne
prlesenit to lbe thew miost, bount.iIul andl I
best. provided picnic theoy had attemoledl
inI 31 very long time13. Thle colsmnt1.1ec $I
f arrianlgemlents were' unrlIemlittinlg in3
heir atteti onls, 3and( deseroave speia3l
riotilce for' thle good ord(er' and3 dlecor'uml
that. was visible durllimg the enitir'e daiy. O
We conlgrait uaie thew iemocruev or #
hoimgtowni on so antspicious anl open')ing 3
>t'f lie cam11paign ill thir id (st, and0 go
uid I hem God-speed in the cause thait is
so dear11 to) us a1ll.
)El) Rust-Proof Oafs, Rvc and10
I'. arley f'or "ale cheap. A' sulpply
>t' ihe Tfennessee Wagonms 03n hand10.
J. F. MeMtA.3TEr & C O-.
ATYTANS 108.' Old Cabinot Rye,
1863, Cld 11onnoko- NbiskeY,18b0.
so, Rotterdan Brandy. Col MO'p for
Itch fron 11 to 1 o'clock every dayy
HAVE recontly made extenmive addi.
tionm to ny stock of Wines and
luorm. which: consisth of ir full astort.
ent of Rye Whimkey, Corm Whiskey..
'enli Brandy, Apple i3randy, Peach
audy, Shery Wino, Soappornong Wino,.
111am1pAgno, eto , etc.
.1 I claim to s,l- the FINEST AND
DJUEST RYE VISKEY to be had In
iniisboro. Givo it a trial.
I also also k ep on hand a fuasupply of
,SE1GA121RS AND TOBACCO,
great variety, and adapted to the tastes
Call atthe PATvETTO HOUSE, in the
imisboro Hotel building.
THE CITIZENS OF FAIRFIELD:
HAVE established aSale SfaR0e at
Winnsboro, and am prepared to
11 stock stock oin very accommodat
q terms, either for cash or on time
,tit next Call for negotlablo paper.
!rsons wishing to buv or swap will
well to call on me 'before purchas
I will also pay the highest cash price
C01UN AND FODDElt
Delivered at my Stable on Congrees
rI'e., located one door south of the
-- : o:
Gray Fox Skins
possum Skins, Con kis
~2I" The highest cash prices w
U. G. DESPORTES.
ILACK 8 COLORED
'/5 C ~] S TTS ,
FORMER PRICE $1050,
tUST BED SOLD!
MoMASTEL?, .BRICE & CO.
4ar-i'& CHARL.ES ST'
ur.... 93/.LTIEM R E, M 6,9
DRI. W. E. AIREN.
rug~, Medicines, Tollet Goods, etc.
TOURIING BOTTOM AGiIiN
Therefore we fake ptearf in an
nouncing to ont f'iends. and cue.
tomers that we have made a great
reduction in prices of our stock. We x
are doteriined never to be.
We mill give our customers a spa.
cial benefit by offering great and
Calicos, Muslins, Swiss, and all
kinds of White Goods for summer
GREATLY REDUaED PRICES.
Suitings, Linen Buntings at great.
ly reduced Prices.
Cottonades. Jeans and Cassimeres
at greatly reduced prites. t
Just received a new lot of Ladies'
Misses' and Children's Slippers.
A new invoice of Gents' Scarff I
Neckties and Summer Underwear
which will be sold cheap.
WHITE AND COLORED SHIRTS. r
MOSQUITO NETTING I
MOSQUITO NETTING I I
Than Ever in Embroideries, Ho
siery, Notions, etc.
We now have on hand a full stock
of Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hat% and
Gents' Furnishing Goods (live us
a call before buying elsewhere and
P. LANDERE & BRO.
A FLL AS lgTlE I
FOR STATE 139NATOU.
The many friends ofCapt.. 1H. A. 0AIL.
,ARD would respectfully nominate him
LS a candidato-for the Senate, subject to
he action of the Democratic primaries.
The many filidis of Col. DAYLIS E.
LKIN noniftiith Iim as a calidnte For
he Senate ftkn Fairfield county, subinet
o the rc8ulations of the primary election.
The friond*of W. U. YONGWE MILL
[NO respeatfy nominate him for Coro
tor of Fairtil'd Counby-subjeot to the
'esult of the Democratic .rimary.
The friends of Mr. G. S.. IIINNAN'k
ioininato hiur for re-election to office of
,oroner. sutject to the- aation of the.
1FOR JUDGE OF PROUATE.
The friends of NIr. TIIOS. E. BELL to.
pectfully nominate hini. fol the offce of
Ivobate Judge of Firfiled Chunty, sub
eet to the action of the Donoeratic
Messrs. Mitors.. Please ant.ounte the
present incumbent, J. R. Boyles, Judge
of Pro bate, as a candidate for' re.election
it the ensufDg election, subject to the no.
fon of the Domocratie party at the pri.
narieB. By so doing you will oblige his
FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.
The friends of D5. JOHN BOYD, ap
ireciating the skil eal and fidelit,y
rith which he has dseharged the duties
,f School Cnmmissfoner, respectfully
tominate him for re-election-subject to
he action of the Democratic primaries.
The friends of the REV. JAMES DOUG
&ASS avspectfully nominate him for the
iosition of School Commissioner of Fair.
eld County at the ensuing cloctioa
ubject to the action of the Democratic
iarty at the primaries.
Messrs. Editors; Please snnounce the
ame of Major JAS.PAGAN as a candi
ata for the Legislature-subject to tho
)emocratic primaries. MANY FlnNDs.
The friends of Mr JOHN W. LYLES,
iolieving that he will fatilhfull rep)resent
11 the interests of the people, respectful
y nominate him for a qeat in the House
f Representatives-subject to the action
f the Democratic primaries.
The friends of T. P. MITcHELL regard
iim fitted to represent the county in the
louse of Representatives, and respectfully
ubipit his name to the Deonecrats of
Fairfield for their action in the primary.
We present the name of Maj. 0. E.
HROM ASto the Democratic voters of
airield county as one that will ably and
fficiently topresent us in the State Log
stature-subject to the Demouratie pri.
naries. NUMEROUs FnIENDs.
The many friends of tle ~Ion. THO'S
-. BIOE, appreciating in a high dogree
Lis past services in the House of Repre
tentatives, respectfully nominate him for
'e-olection, subfject to the result of the
)emHocratic primary election.
3fessrs. Fdilors: Please announce Mr.
A MES B. TUINER as a candidate for
a e Legislature at the ensuing election,
ubject to the action of the Deocra~tiE
vilolg his ANX FRIENDS.
Messrs .ditors: We bog to present to
he favorable consideration of the voters
>f Fairfield county Mr. OE~ORGE H. Me
lASTEli as a candidate for one of our
Lepresentatives in~ the nxtLgsaue
Ve. present his name wt h ulasr
ne of his high gualifications for hids
istinguished position, for in addition to
ti finished education and acknowledged
noral worthi,he is one of the most public
pirited citir;eus in our county, and as
uch cannot fail to be a nrost useful mem
~er of our Legislature. MANr VoTERs.
The friends of IR. N. MoMAST ER, Esq.,
'espectfully' nominate him for the ofilco of
Iheriff of ~eirfield Co.anty, subject to the
etion of the Democratic prnimary.
The friends of 8. WHIORTiEIN YONGUIE
mominate him a candidate for tho oflice
f Sheriff at-the efisning election--Pubject
o time action of the Denooratie primaries.
Messrs. Mditors: Pleese annroune Mr
t. E. EL LISON. JR., as a candidate for
Iheriff of Fairfield Counmty, at the ensu-.
ng electian---subject to the action of the
)omnaratic primary. MANY FIEbs.
The many friends of Mr. JNO. D. Mc
7AItE~Y, recognizing his peculiar fitness
or' the ofdoe, respectfully nominate him
or. Sheriff of Fairflold. County-subject to
he action of the Democratic primary.
Mars. Ediors.' As nonminatlotrs are in
erder, permit us to present the name of
h)L. J NO. B. DAVIS as a candidate for
herif at the ensuing election, subject,
f .course, to the action of the Detrvoctatis
rimaries, MaANY k'nuENDs.
Messrs. .AliUors: Please annenco Mr,
AS. L. RICHMOND as a candidate for
Iher:ff at the ensuing eleutiona, subject to
be action of the Democratic Clttbs at the
rimaries, and oblige MANY FRIENDS.
Messrs. Ediors: Please afinonnee 5lr~
.Preston Cooper as a entididate for the
)cnmocratio nomination for sheriff at the
oming election (subject to the decision
*f the primary election) and oblige many
rionds in thie
Sotr1'WPasDN PORTfoN oS Tlfn CO'tNTrY.
OR ~COUNTY COMMISSIONER,
The mnfy friends of Mr. JOHN~ FEN,l.
,EY nominate him as a candidate for
lounty CIommissioner-stibject to the
otion of the Democratio primaries.
Mess,..iNWors: Please announce Mr.
'ACOJI BOONMAN as a candidate for the
fmoo of County Conmmsoner for Fair.
Leld County at the ensuing elnction, sub
ect to the 1bemocratio primary.
Please anunounce Mr. J. Wmn. DROWN ag
candidate for County Commissioner,
tibjoot to the netion of the Democratic
vrimaries. Ms, Brown has been umnani..
sously endorsed by the Bllythewood club,
Messrs. Ditora: The many friends of
Ir. JNO. A, STEWART respootfully
mominato him as aeandidlato for the ofleo
f County Commnissionor, subject to the
Messrs Flor*: Please announoe THIOA,
). OWINGS, Esq., as a candidate for t,be
fice of C'eintyv Commissioner-.sAubicet
a tlhe ation of the D)emocratio Primari ca,
nad oblige his MANy Fagnnars.
Me,ssrs. dlors : Plewie innongee DIX'
N fIL ROBhitTSON,.s, as acandidate
sr thePofRae of Oounzty Gomminia~ino. s.t
be ensning electiotn, (aeat to a~s gII
f the D&#n0oorati0 pringaries, t4oblie
is MA?rt anir* -
.'St1bsQribet TS, NmWzg A4g fl2.,
iFOl COUNTt COMMISSIONER
Alessr.. 1lior: Please announce Mr.
CIiAULES DOUGLAIS asa cmiaididato for
County Conimiisiuner of Unirliold, sub
jeot the result of the Democratia primary.
ese.. Dlikrs: Ulease anuounco Mr.
J E., .'OWEI.Lasacandidato for the oflico
of Cmnty Commissioner at the enuuingy
declion-.- subject to 'ho actfon of the pri
many election.f the Democrtie-olUbit.
The frien(s of C'apt. JOHN A. HIN- Im
NANT respectfully nonsnate him for re
olection to the offloe of County Commnis
sinner-- Rbj't to the result of the De,no- fu
Messrs. Ilors: The friends of WIL
TAM AIKEN, E,sq., respectfully announce -si
hin a eawdidate for County Commio- trl
Rioner it tile en1uing lection, Subjectito
the result of the Democratio imaries. ]
Jlessrs. AVilwrs: iliao anounce Mr. 0
J. A. TURKETT, of Cedar Creek, as a
candidate for C'ounty Comissioner at the
onluing election, subj-cct to the aotion of
the Desmoortic primaries, and oblige
MANY FIENDS. l.
Mes.rs .&ifors- Please ttnnounen JAS.
R. HALVEY, Es ., as a candidate for the
office of County Cotmissioner at the on
suing oloetion--subject to the aetion of
the Deimecratio clubs at the primary elec
tion-and oblige his
Messr.. Afifors: ilease ann %ince Mr. (
H. M. ZEALY as a candi(Tate for the office
of County Comissioner at the onsuing
elootion.-subject t, the ntion of the
Democratic primary. MANY FRIENrS.
Mesrs. irDMrs: Phease announce MR.
ROBEIRr D. BOLICK as a candidate for
Couinty Commissioner of Fairield at the 8J
ensuing election --subj cut to tho actiou of
the Democratic primary.
MANY FRIUnDs. N.
Tho frienl ;of Mr. James G. Heron, of
Salem, respectfully nominate him for the
oflico or County Conmisioner at the on- S'
suing election. -subject to the action of
jan 17-4) K]
The many frionds of Mr. Mf. IT. M- S'
GUADY noninato him as a candidate
for County Commissioner at the ensuing
election, nhjiect to the action of the C]
messrs. Bifors: Please announce iR.
H1. OCAIt DUKE as a candidate for County KI
Coimissioner at the einsuingr election,
subject to the action of the beioncratic
primary. MANY FlUiEND8, P]
The friends of Mr. JAME9 W, COLE- Vj
MAN respectnlly nominate him for the
office of County Comm1issioner of Fair
field--subject to the action of the Demo- N'
TO TIE VOTE'1?S OP ]AlIMIELD.
GLNTMMEN-1m1111,1leil by a seuso of PI
duty to my country and proiiptetd with a
desiro to serve my fellow-citizens, I here
by offer myself as a candidate for the of
flice of Conuty Commissioner, subject to
the action of tho Democratic prinaries,
and with tho hopo that my claiMs1s ma1y
meet with duo consideration from myi
TRY T. LUPWKIN.
JUST RlECIVED a fresh suplTy
of Choice Groceries. The follow-.
ing is a list of my leading articles :
Clark's Best Augnata Flour, El
Clark's Bolted Meal and Pearl Grist.
Also, a Fresh lot of Wheat Bran.
Granulated, Standard A, Key
atone A, Extra C, and all the lower
Green and Rloasted-all grades-- R3
Fresh Canned Goods of all kinds, TI
1Fresh PIekles and Sauces. *
I600 Gallofrs Winos and Liquors
of all grades. TI
Give me a call and get a Blargain.
W. 11. DONLY, T]
aug 17 On the Corner.
Coi'ne, Storeo !
ALL Summer Qoodsh marked downr at
3. bL BEATY & CO.'s.
ALL Cotton Goods reduced in price AtT
J. M. IIEATY & CO.'s
B1OTTOMI prices on Clothing and Straw
Hats at t,he C01tNR STOREi..
AN leganmt Stock of Corsets just re
ceived. Some6hing nice. Call andceo
LADIES 'wam-ting Shoes will please re
mnember Zoigler Biros'. fine Shoes at J. )M,
BEATY& C .'s. Ti
-o GLASS PENS T
Frusing InLdeliblo Ink. Price. T
15 cents, F'or Sale at Drug Store of
A New . upp ~y for sale by
jniylqW.'l..E AUIKEN IC
(CIlEESE.! CItEESE!! TI
A FRNSH isu ly of Cheese just re
J. M, BEA TY & Co's,
sept 1 On the Corner. T
A OAl-tOAD of thie celebrated Stule.
*. baker Wegonn,'all sikes, to adrive
b~ the 1st of Septen:er. A s 'We h&9AW' be.
*oe sold manty.of 'thetfe wanonsl i)g.the
ceuitv nlaBea ok those Uaa taa
VINES AND LIQUOtS
WOULD most respeotf\illy luforjnj
yv uattomie's-and th-oil-EoSns of Fat;
Id genorally, that I;Ioop hi stock.
11 supply of fino. LIquwrs,. Ciga,
)bacco, &co., &oi. and- guatuin.
tibOtbio to any one glv1ig
Idl. Mv stock coialts a llo: s
'ARD, DUPUY & CO.'COGNA(,
BRAND'S SC1IEDAM GINS..
a.MSEY'S. SCOTCH WIi$KEYS5. 41
JAMATPJA. L. D. RUMS..
1MOIINO DE MORA sHERUX
,. MOLINIER PORT WINE..
IT. MUMM & CO.'S REfMt
LIATOGA PURE RYE WHIS.'
.,TIIAN'S 1863 CABINET RYR
'RAUSS' IMPERTAL RYE WHIS.
EESE'S "OWN" RIE W-ISKEY..
'ONE MOUNTAIN RYE AND>
LEBRATED PFEIFFER E. RYE
ENTUCKY BOURBON WHIS.
JANTATION RYE WIHISKEY
RGINIA APPLE AND PEAC11
RTI CAROLINA SWEET MASH1
ANTATION CORN WHISKEYS.
NEW ENGLAND RUM.
FRENCTIE'S "BOSTON" GIN.
BRY FINE OLD) CLARET WiNE.
CEG DRY SCUPPE"RNONG WI1NE,
KEG SWEET SCUPPERNONG
KEG SWEET CATAWBA WINE.
CRGER1 & ENGE~L'S CELEBTIAT-.
) LAGER BEERI ON DRAUGHT
\SS & CO.'S IMPORTED ALE.
PURE CRAB APPLE CIDER.
JRE NATURAL APPOLONA.
KGARS AND) TOBACCOs
TAPSODY-A STRICTLY TEN
IE PRIME MINISTER CIGAR-&
FOR 25 CE~NTS.
IE PUCK CIGAR-3 FOR
IE CORONET CIGAR-8 FOR 25 ~
IE SONORA CIGAR-3 FOR'
IE SMASIIER CIGAR-5 FOR 26
lE LIGHITNING1 CIGAR-5 FOlt
IJE MONARCH OF THlE SOUTIt
CiGAR-5 FOR 26 CENTS.
IE MASTER STROKE CIGAR-...
FOR 25 CENTS.
IE AMERICAN TWINS CIGAR-..
6 FOR 26 CENTS.
IE COSTA RICA CIGAR-3 FOR
IE RIOYAL SNAL CIGAR-.19
FORL 26 CENTS. i
JE ROSE AND) .NLY CIGAW,r10
1'ORL 25 CENTS.
IE IIAVANA CIIAROOT-e
W, BLJACKWELLI'S SMOKING
E, LEMONS, OAWTI
IE TIEST MIXED BEVERA.GE0
OF TJHE SEA SON SEBVED .4
AT ALL UOUggI. O
IE DAY, TO SUV1 ITHIE M S~