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gain, Mr. Oav16' was in chlargQ of th6*
ffinnsboro Olub when It marched.
brough. town.. first , in ., the.
norning with the Gladden's Grove
''ub and joined Souator ,aiard's esr
ort. Uut in the Fairfield parade and
n the regular procespiou, the whole of
Pairfiold w4s. of. curse in charge of
dajor Woodward, who; with his'
isnal Olltorpriso: and gallantry, had
ought out two lovely young ladies).
Mss Starling and-.tss Trezevant, wvhiq
vero on horseback, and escorted themI
,t the head of the Fairfield line, 'i'his
va.s:the feature of the occasion. . Fair
told, and Major Woodwari never In-.
end to be excelled if they can help it.
TJE JUDIC.AL CONVENTION.
sr. T. Ob!GnAion Renominated on tao
T1)e itdielal Convention of the Sixth
Jircuit met in. Chster on thQ 7th
o.nominiatp .A. splieltor. .he're were
resent lve delegates from Yoi'k' three
'rom Lancaster, four from C1ester and
our from Vairflol.d, sixteen ini all, re
juiring nino to elect. The delegates
roin Fairfield were Messrs. -T. :R.
[Itob.ortsou, S. R. Johnston, J. W. Me,
Jants and J; D. Hogan.- The conven;
,ion organized by electing Mr. R. E.
Allison chairman, and Mr. J. F. Lyles
iecretary. .Th1eso gentlemen were not
nemb4rs of.be Cinventlon. The fol-:
owing. gentlemen. iwere nominated:
'. Q. Gaston -of 1hester, W, B. Wit
;on,.Jr., of York, M. J. lJough, of
bancister, 4k)d .J!Lg.. S. Icynolds, of
[Fairfield. Each noinice got his coui
'y voto'for fift..seven -allots, when the
wilvention. 4cjourned at 9,.p. in., to
neet it 9, a. m., on.V.ednesday. Capt.
1iogan.lreturned that pight, and Mr.
It. E. Ellison, Jr., was selected by the
lclegaionl to take his place. Three
nore ballots wore hold next. morning
Ovithout any ba111ge, when Mri. lough
vas withdrawn; ani Lancaster cast
ior three votes for Gston, giving hin
even votes. After., tho, eigh,ty-fiftlh
>allot Mr. Reynolds wihdirow, 1caying.
Ah delegation to vote as they. pleased.
)n the next ballot Mr..Oaspn receiv
d eight, Mi'. Wilson .seven, and Mr,.
-leynolds one. On the eighty-seventh
dr. Gaston received four v.o.tes from
lheter, three from Lancaster and two
'rom Fairileld, giving him nine and
lecting imii. Tho convention then
Major T. jV. 1roodward, County
Being.a candidate before the Demno-i.
watic primarics of this countv. and
leemiing it, therefore improper that I
fhould take any part in canvassing the.
:eturiis for said primary, I hereby teni
ler my resignation as I, nember of the
Jounty Democratic Executive Coin
RI. E. LLISON, JIn.
El. AND I. ASSOCIATION.
'-IIIE 67th regular inecting or Lihe winns
J. Dro - But din a arnd Loan1 AsSOCIalIOnI
vil be held In 11h0 '1 own nani on Monday even
ng, the 130t instUant, at, $ o'clock. Mcnubcrs wvill
prling theilr bCoks andt pay LhiOr mfonthIly insta ;
nenit alt, or beforo that ti11ne, othecrise tho
nalty of te cent per share will bie chargedi
D. it. FLENNIKtEN,
Sep 11. . suurear~ay.
Until yott have seenl ours. Tihe
ad1, strong, durable. Don't forget the
il tho BES'T THlNG. ON WIIEELS.
U. 0. DESPORTES,
- * Winnasboro, S. C.
KR. S. DESPOIUTES & CO.,
.. . lidlgeway,S..
BARGAIN I BARIlAIN!
M U ST BE SO 0L.D!
MoMASTER, .BRICEl & 00.
*Se L htest Se
______R 9 0 Sl
*. E CD.
UI0IMR E ,MD,p
A LARGE~ lot of I'-h .Canned
Goods and Fancy Groceries at
TOWN A ND'COUNTY\
fATU11DAY,j Septembor 11, : a 1880.
TERMs oF Tjivp NEws H..D hERALD' 4
-Trl-weekly edition, fohr - dollars por
an11w, in advancp; wcekly edition,
two dollars and tf1y cents pCrannum,
in advance. Lib1efl- discount to clubs
of flive and upwardsi
. RATH. or ADVErisINo.-One dollar i
orincli.hfr the. first insertion, osid
ifty cents per inch for each subscq .ont -
ilsrtion : These rates apply to all ad
vertiselnents, or whatever iato c? and
tire pavable strictly in advance. Coi
tracts for three, six or twelve months
pmade on very liberal terms. Tran-I
.4ien1t local notiCeN, fftHen cents por
.11n for tI0 11pst Insertion and seven
a one-half cents per- lhie for each
subscauctitinsertion. Obituaics and
.ribut6s of respect charged as adv'3r
Cisements. - Sinple announcements, ot
111ar1-riagos and deathis published free ot
chargo, iiand Solicited.
Alt eomnmunicattions, of whatsoever
nature, should he addressed to the
Winnsboro . Publishing Company
Wimnsboro, S. C.
N'ew Audvetisements.. -
B..and L. Association-D. R. Floih
ntiken. - - . .. -
Next Wcck-J. L. Nimnaugli.
The County Execntive CQmnittee
inecte to-day. We piOsulie they wIll
fix the date of the primary.
John MeCarley, in red shirt, knec
breeches and red stockings, on a fino
horse, cut li. biggest swell Columbia.
Mr. Daiei Hd111s wagon draVn by
four fine mule and tilled WiIth red
shirt colored Democrats wils the ob
ject of general remark in Columbia.
Mcssrf3. Lorick & Lowrance closed
their store in Coinbi.at on Tuesday,
and pilt a lo6k on an ot,bonuse nud
turned over. tile. key to the Oakland
Club during their stay.
CLUn MEA-ING.-A ..ot.g Of t$l
Winnsboro Democrntic Club will be
lield in the Town Hall to-ilight at eight
o'clock. This may be tbe last,.neeOlng 1
before the primaries at which now I
members can be elected. ..Nwly cl.ct,j
en members are requested to be presdiit
and sign the roll. -
The north-bound plissenger was de
layed For sevyral hours at Ridgeway
on Friday, by the breaking of sonC
portion of the engine. This is flie first
accident that has happened In a long
tia, though delays are frequent on
the down train because of waiting for
the Rtichniond and Danville Road.
- A Booi OF FACTS.-Messrs. 1I. H.
1Varner & Co.; proprietors o.t the
valuable Warner Sallc Renedh l, have
seat us a copy of the "American
Treasury of Fracts," a Wmok just issued
by .ilon. A. It. Spoffbrd, Librarian .of
Congress. It contains .ft.til political
statistics. besides much other valuable
*A SUN Pr<nruim Toun To- JERUSA
1.pt.-Mr. Tremaine, the voteran trav
eler and1( artist aninouneS his famous
Sun Picture Trip from New York to
Jerusalcain a t,. Thesp)ianIIallI next week.
The Newbei-ry Herald says of it:
The'11 Newberrians have enjoyed Mr.
r.emnainle's suni pictutres imamenscly.
Those wvho wecnt the first night expect
ing-to see a coiinuon "'magic. lanitej:n.
show" wvere very agreeably surprised;
they .9aw nothing -of the kind, hut
large, magnmi lient views that seemed
to be as niearly p)erfect as art couild
T.ihe Oakl and Cl ub paraded twentyL
one strong on horseback and in red
shirts, and aiv~ed in,tQwp just behind
W~innsboro and Gladden's Grove.
)Vhite Oak andl Yonguesvile umade Ii.
handsomne paradoe on foot. Longtowni
ayas out oni horseback. Det.acints
?roin 1.lorch, Greonbrier and Blythe
- wood wecre in thme mounted procession.
DIelegatcs .from the other clubs were
aliso In line to swell . Fair tield's cluota..
The r:cporter' of Triue NatwS AND iEm
AI,l was eJostg contfined in line him
self and'~wa1s .uiable to gather all the
facts concerning other organizia.ions.
On Tuesdayt, hi Columbia, Frank
Williams,' a, colored Democrat and a
first rate fellow,. wl'i6.was in Qolumbia,
strayed away froin th.o nicating and
was aseaulted by some negroes on at
T?ack street, anad considerably bunged
up. .He Is gettin.g all' right now. Ia
nmediately on the return to litnsbor'o
somfl go.ntlemen wrote to Cohimnltia to
have the asalants.arrested, brit found
that *Geniiial Bratton and Captiali
Marshall, of Columbia, had already.
takent the rpatter in hand. Reuben
1) right was arre)sted and put . on five
hundred dollar's bail to aiNait the
op'eninlg of comr6, Whhen he will be
p)rosecuted1 to the full extent of' thr'
law. Ot,her piirt.ies are suspected, and
a diligent search is .being made for
them. .Itf canght, they .will .be sorry
they ever tried their bulld'oing. Thd
time has p)assed when RIadcil ruffians
can assault decent imenu with impynuliity,
SThe llegis'ter' says: Renben. iirighut,
the huckster who was arr'ested for
b)eting..a Demvocr'atic colored mali, on
TIues(igLY gave bond before TrIal. .Jus
tice Marshall to stand his trial for-feo
ny uinder the Act passid by the IRe
igublican. Legila cure.
-A wari ut was also issued for Spn
cre,r aiding and abletting Ru
.)bon Briglit , In his attack 'un Iiran,;
William~s, a colored Deomnocr'at from
WI nnsboro. :These attemapt s at lntimi
dat ion of colored Democrats must and
shall be put dowin. .R i t known that
ihe cr1ime (of conspilring 1.o injure anly
cithizen because of his pol.itical opinion
is imprisonment for froin six nionthus
to three years, or a tlue of from $100
to $2,000, 01' fboth, at the discretion of
the courmt, and andti e offendce shiall
be inealiU lble to hold anU office.
We had intended to supplement the
r:eport of the Rtegiiter and the' .eatsOZ
alzd Courior on the ratificatfon moep
inb*by something. about Fairfild, but
s *pace proventse in Uh19 Issue. We inake
01nni two. corectnsm. 1m wa the
INE. L QUORSJ
NTAT)AS BROS.t Old, Cabinot Jyo,
1803, Old Ro6tioke 'Whisk ' 1860.
k1so, notterdain Brandy.. Gold -7am for
Aneh from II to 1 o'clock every day,
t HAVE recently made extensive addi.
.L tions to my stock of Wines aad
inors, which consists of a full asdort.
ent of Rye Vhisloy 'Corn Whiskey.
[Orench Brandy, Appleo Urandy, Pench
B'randy, Sherry Wine, bouppornoug Wine,
ianpane, etc., te.
.Sfeoli'aimteli the FINEST AND.
PUEST RY. .WHISHEY to be had in
ffinnsboro. -,Give it a trial.
I also also k op on hand a full suyyly oi
SPGA1C $ AND TObACCO,
n great variety, and adapted to the tasthci
Call at thd'PAL# ETTO HOUSE, in th'o
Winnsboro Hotel building.
ro THE CiTIMENS OF FAIRFIELD:
' TAVE ctablishecd a Sald Statulo at
Winnsboro,-.Aud am prepard. to
,elI stock stock on.very accoummodat
mg terms, cither fPil.ash or on titno
util next aill fbi- negotiable paper.
Prsons wishiig to bu.i Or.swap will
lo well to call on me before purchas
ngr elsewhere. .as
will also pay the highest cash pricoi
CORN AND FODDER
Deliveredat-my Stable on Congress
3treet, located onc door south of the
- A. WILLIFORD.
Gray Fox Shins
. Con Sins
Opossum ki, ConSkins,
MriY The highest caph prices w
U. G. DESPORTES.-.
- JUST RECEIVED a fresh supply,
of Choice Groceries. The follow..
ing is a list of my leading articles:
- Clark's Best . Augusta Flour,
Clarkl's Bolted Moal and Pearl Gdist.
Elso, at Fresh lot of Wheat Blran.
Granulated, StandarA A,Iog
stone 4, Extra C, and all the lower
Greeni and Roasted-all grades
.Fresh Canned Goode of all kindsi
Freshi Pickles and Sauces.
1500 Gallons Wines anid Liquora
of all grados..
Give -me a call and get a Bargain.
W. ft. DONLY;
aug 17 On the Corner.
Coirner Storie I
ALL Summor, Goods marked dowh a6
3. M. BEATY & CO.'s.
ALL Cotton iood1s reduced in price at
J. M. BEATY &CO.'s.
BOTTOM prices on Clothing and Straw
Hats at the CORNER'I STORE..
AN Elegant Stock of Corsets just
colved. Something nice. Call and
L~ADIE8 wa'ting Shoes will please' re.
memuber Zeigler Bros'. fine Shoes at J. hi,
TOUCHlIN BOTTOM 1 .i 7
- Therefore we take pleasurf in an- lie
nouncing to our friends and cus, r
oiors that we have; made .a great
reduction. in pricos.f our-atock. We no
ire determined never to bo I
....... . ***.....*-------------. P
We wil give our customers a. sp 3..
Dial.-betiebt by offering great and pr
rare barSains. ..of
Calieo, Muslins, Swiso, and ,11 a
kinds of White Goods for e'umnmer n
GREATLY REDUCED PlIt-iS F
Suitings. Linen Bdntings at great- pi
ly reduced Prices. ..Wi
Cottontdes, Jeans and .0assimer0 of
at greatly reduced prices. - no
..Ji,st receive I new lot of Ladies'
Misses' and Children's Slipfpers.
A now inYoice of Gents' Scarfs P1
Neckties and ..puimmer Uidorwear
which will be sold cheap.
i1OSQUITO NETTING I D<
MOSQUITO NETTING ! be
GREATER BARGAINS of
Than Ever in. Embroideries, Ho- all
siery, Notions, etc. F
We now have on hand a full stook s
of Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats and hi
Gents' Furnishing Goodi .Give us s
a cp1l.hfore:.buying elsewhere and r
P. I DERER & RO.
WM. OROER MLEH LL..
Prsdn n PoesrowngihL r
Pofeso ofMaheats an atrl .
TiEUITH CRETOLIN OmLEnE
for the, yepari0.Fo futhe sriotion
appl tho yo eoty tat oluba he 6th D
ByTOdeL in the uldi. of- th. ol0
Souh Or6ma olE,wit tLhAN tolo
isoretary ty,acuit.. ar
Wolmb.a 8, 0., AuguL,ES, 88L.D-. -
DR.E W.oD Ew . ., KEN, 0
Drgs IMicines, e Goo D., etc
FOl STATE 8ENATOR.
Tfie many friondti of Capt. H1. A. GAIj
R D would rospectfully nouinate him 0
a candidato for tho 8ennto, subject to C0
o action of the Democratic primaries. Jo
Vlo many friends -of Col. I'AYLIS B. -
KIN nominato'him an a candidato for
o Senate from Fairfield county, subiect .J
the rigulations of the primary election, of
FOl CORONER. ' . n.
1rho frin-ds of b) r. 11. YONGUE MILL
G respectfully noinilato him for Colo
r of Fairioldc Count.y--subject to the N
iuit of the Democratic rrinmary.
'he friends of Mr. G. 8. IIINNANT
ininate him for re-oleot.ion to onico of o
roner. subject to the action of the
FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE. 1
Tho- Wiendsi of %Ilr. THOS. E. BELL re.
etfully nominato him fom the office of
obato Judge of Fairfiled County, sub
,t 'to' the action of the Dolnooraticii.
fessr*. Wifors. Pletae nti,onee thot il
esent-fionimbent, J. It. Bovies, Judgo
Probato, ast a candidate for' re-olection
the ensuing election, atibjeot to the nd
in of the Democratic party at the pri. I
Lries. By so doing you will oblige his of
14 ,. MANY Futmms. flu
~~ ---- '- th41
0DR SCHOOL CONMISSIONEI1. tit
The friends of DR. JOHN BOYD. i
ociating.tho skill, zeal- and fidelicy
th whiqh he lia disoharged tho dutij.
School -Ctimmissionsi,. respectfully of
minate him for re-election-.11bject to ch
3 action of the Demuortic plimarios. DI
The friends of the 1rEV. JAMES DOUG
LSS respectfully nominate him- for the Ri
sition of School Commissioner of Fair- CC
[d County at the onsuing eloctioa -- ci
bject'to the actibn of the Democratic th
rty at the primarios.
FORl U EPJ'ESENTA'rTIVE.
Messrs. Elitors; P'leaso ailounce Ilhe ol
me of Major JAS.P&AGAN as a e- nli- Iu
ta for the, Legislaturo-msubjet. to tle i
amocratio prin)aries. MANY PRInNDs.
rho friends of Mr JOHN W. LYLES,
lieving that he will faithfull . rQpreseit (1
the interests of the people, roslectful *o
nominate him for a meat in the 11ous1o e
Ropresentativos-subjoct to the action )
the Democratic primaries.
1ho friends of T. P M ITHE LL rIegr d r.
n .fitted to represent the county in the (1C
euse of Representatives, and respectfully mu
bmit his naino to the Democrats of pn
iriield for their notion in the primary.
We present the name of Maj. 0. .
IOMA8 to the Democratic voters of 01
irfild county as one that wiil ably nid (l
Iciently represent us in the Stite Leg- er
aitulre--subjoct to the Demeoratic pi-i
tries. NuMntous Fmuxs.
T'lho inany ftiends of tho li. Ti
BtLICE, appreciating in a high degree (
H past services in the llouso of* !e proe
n4ttivs-, respectfully nmie him for i
-election, K11bject to the result of the
miiocratic primary election
Messrs. klitors: Please announce Mr.
MES B. TURNER as 4 candidato for
e Lvgislature at the ensuinig clet-tion- -
It>ject to tile action of' tihe l)omuoerati
aibsat the primaries. Byv so doing youJI
iloighi. MANY FaiE~NDs,
Mefssrs JiUitors:-.: We beg to i)resenlt to
o favorable consideration of .bic voters
fifild counityt Mr-. O*EORGEl H. Me'
ASTElt as a candidlate for one of ourE
prosen tatives ~in tile next Legislature.
e p)reseont his name with tihe full assur
ce of his high qualifications for tils
istiguished p)ositionl, for in addition to
il finished eduention andl acknowledge~d
ral w"ort,hi, lhe is one of the most ldbic
irited citize'ns in our county, and1( as
chl cannot fr.il to be ai mlost useful mem-in
r' of our Legislature. MANr VoTs.
The f iends of R. N. McMt'AS''l~TR, Esq1.,
spetfully nominate imi for tihe ofiloo of
eoriff of' Fairfield Coiclty,. subject, to tile
Lion of tile Democratic pr'imary.
The-friends of S. -WHIOR1TER YONO1UE
imate himrn a candidate for tihe oflic~e
Sherifi'at the etsnng clction--subject
th16 action of the Demnocratie primaries.
Afessr-s. Iklitors: .Plceso-announco Mr
E. ELLISON, JR1., as a candidate for *
coe'ifl' of Fairfield Couinty, at; tihe 011su
g electionvd-ubject to tlao action of' the
)ltleratic primary. MANY FnmIENDs.
Tho. many friends of Mr. JNO. D. Mc
.RLE"Y,reognizing his peculiar itnoss s
r the t YCIres tfully noelmnate iml a
r Shernif of Fairfield Ceunty-subject to
e action of tihe Donllocrattic prninary.
lfessrs. .1dlors: A s nominations are iln
der, permlit u-a to present theO lnme oIf
.)L. J NO. BI. DAVIS nse a candidate for
teriff at the -eng.uing ole.tion, subject.
.ourse, to the action of thle Democ'ratic
Miais rANY Fateuxn..
AMessrs. .&ilor's: Please announ'co Mr.
'8. L. RICHMOND as a canldidata for
oerLdalt the ensuing election, sublject to
o aet4on of the Dincocratic Clubs att theO li
imarios, and oblige MANY FnmmENos.-.t
may .13-tt' d
AMessrs. fdilors: Please announce Mir.c
Preston Coper' as a . canididato for the i
3nieci'atie nomnination for sheriff at the F
nung election (subject to tile docision re
the primary election) and oblige.many n
ends ini tile
SoIJTuIWEsTEnN PonTLoN OF THC~ COUNTY.
DR COUNTY COMMISSIONEl .
Thoe.many friends. of Mr. JOHN FEN
[.0Y'nominate him. as a candidate icr
)unty Cominiionor-.subjet to the ~
tion of the Democratie primaries.
Mfessrs. .&lllors: Please annlmounce Mr.
LCOBI BOOKMAN as a candidate for the ~
fleo of County Commissioner for Fair.
lId Couut at the-onsuiung eletion, Sub..
of, to the Demooratic primary, a'
MfANY FaniNns, b)
Pleasd announce Mr. J. WVm. BRIOWN as V
candidate for County Commaissioner', a
bject to tihe action of tile D)omfler)afi
imi4ios. Mr. Brown hasm been unani
ously endorsed by tile lythewood club.
MANY "mlWNins. '
Mlessrs. Iditors: 'rihe ,many friends of
.-JNO. -.A. STEWART1 roe s etfully
'inate huln as acandidlato for thse office
County Commissioner, subject to the
Akssr's, dilors: Please announce THOR.
OWINGS, Er-q., as a candidate for the
eo of ('eunty C!ommissionor.- -sulu cot
the aotion of the Democratic Primares,
d oblig his ' , MANy FnlmrNDs.
ifeasss lre: Pleaso announce DIX
i II'. - ROBERiTON, Etgg., as acandidato
r the office of County Commlissioner it
e ensuing:oloetion. subject to the unotion
the Demooratio (primarieu,. and oblgig
DR COUNTY COMMISSIONEAT
Mcssrs. IAitors: Pleaso announoo Mr.
IAItLE DOUILASS n a candidato for
mntiy Comnssimoner of Fairlilold, sub
Dt the reult of tho Democratio iirinary.
Mesrs. Mliors: 'learo annuoutco Mr.
1'. PO El L ao a candidato for thooftieo
County Cominissionor at the Qnsuing
aosion- subj!ot to tho ation of the pri
any olection of.tlo Delm1rtic V.hbs.
The frionds of Capt. JOIN. A. IIIN
\NT reHipetfully nominato him for ro
etion to the ofloe of County Commim
irer- iubjeet to the retult otthe Do.no
ks'.r;s. &UI.rs: The lried. of' WIL
,M AIKEN. ENq., runpeot-fully announc
m a eittdidato for Comtity Cominir
.n(,r t i.tle enuling e,lt Ion, Subject to
u remult of the Demoicrattio primiarios.'
3e.ssrs. litors: Pico announco Mr.
A. TURKETT, of. Codar .Creelks as a
udidate ior i outty Com Ilsdioner at the
iRiitig elcetion, Hijcet to the action of
e Democratic primlarieA, and obligo
Mlessrs iwators: Pleaso '.minnounch JAR.
.lAlVEY, .ENq., a a can1dilate for the
Lico of County Commimsioner at tie en -
ing oledion--suhject, to th -nction of
e Democratio clubs at the priiary eloo
in---and oblig0 him
e-s M r:;:PleasO ainnouleo 'Mr.
.l. ZE' UA au a candidate for the olice
County Comm issionevr at the onsiling
motion-subjoct to tho action of the
miocratic primary. MANY FRiENI13.
.l.1e.'rs. .JIr.: P -aso a11nounoo AIR.
13E1UT 1). IOLACK a-s it candilate foi
munty Commisioner of Pairliold at the
tuning eec(tion---1lje-t to the action of
o Democratic primatry.
The ieti -i.-Iiv.m,imb (. liern, of
,lmI, respeettlly nominttle him for the
leo of Counlty Cotmmissi(mor at tho on
imng election. -subjoet to tho action of
c Do-mocratic primary.
jani 17- td
The manty frietId of Mr. M. It. M
LADY Iomin,ito him as I candilato
r County Commissioner at tho ensuing
action, miubjett to tle action of the
Messrs. EIlIors: Please an1nolilo e it.
08CAR )UR E M;1 canltdidido ForCointy
uinltissioner ai.f tt ensuini (electionl,
hject to the action of the DIetu,nratic
inmry. AMINY FRiEFNDS,
Tie friends of Mr. JAM l' W. COLE
AN respectfully nomintt him For the
51C0 (if Couty t Comm tn issionecr (of Fair
40--subject to the action of tho Demo
0 TilE VOTERS 01F FAlIFIELD.
TLEMEN- -Intpelled by a seUn of
Ity toy outy- ry1ttu m lpetel Witlh a
sire to servo my follow-vitizemn. I hero
offer myself a.s a candidute for the of
-c of County CommiHsioner, tubject, to
a action of (ho Demuocratic primaries,
td with tho hope that moy claims may
cot with duo Con1idraltion from my
TROY T. LUMPKIN.
LUJDDEN & BATES'
li E MUSIC I lOUSE OF THE SOUTH'1[
New Double Str
All 1innieitcle Nilsic Tlemuple.
Two large stores, each :30-feet front antd
ur stormes high, fronting onu three streets
td filled from colh r to loft with mustical
tlppliets. Noting to comparol~ wit.h it in
to Southern Stat et.
l. flIG STORE,
A BIG STiOCK,'
A BIG TRADE,
kND MO1RE TO COME.
Dutring th1e tent years since our estab
shmenut of ourt hu Iso wO htave developetd
to mhtusic ttrado of' thte South to a won
eruit ldegree, but. ast yetf we haovo only be
an. WVe ce, ntot many years ahead, a
usins of a million a year, and to tal:.,
tre of this e)ntous trade we have pro
ded our presentt man mmothI warerooma.
all I radio 1830 will be immgentse. W(t are
ady for it. For mionthts otur nLrior part.
0er htas been att the North contraoting
itht Piano and Organ mainufactturera for
is tentt. Ii hasu cmocluided most
I vanltaigeousa otrtacts, and te Pianos
'ud OJrganu are "'comning, comning" 100,.000
ore, b,y every staimer. Now, Htylesu, Now
rices, Neow '1ferms, Now Storo, Now Do.
PECIAL OJFFER; FALL 1880.
C1asht prices with three Montha crodit. --
ur*ing tmonths of Autg. -Sept. anid Oct.
., will soil P ianos anid .Organs at LowuEs'r
ASn ParoEs, panyable $25 Cash on a Pi
to or $10) Casht on an Orgn, with the
slance in three monuths, wnntou-r mmrEn
PlHAT DO YOU SAY TO THII FF'ER?
Write for Illutstratod Catalogues and
ow Prico List or Falh 1680, and pro
nro to be attutihed.
JJDDE~N & BATES'
!htolesatle Piano and Organ Dealers.
4N1EW and popular forThne for
. sale at, the Drng Store o
- tith 1edtut
WINES AND LIQUORS
GREAT TA 13TY. J
. WOULD most respectfully inform
iny customers and the citizens of r
field generally, that I keep. in stocic
full supply of fino Liquors,, Cigai
Tobacco, &c., &c., and guaran
satisthetlCh to...any one giv1i .
trial. My stock consists as 110 8
OTARD, DUPUY & CO'S COGNA
BRAND'S SCHIEDAM GINS.
AMSEYVS SCOTCI WHISKEYS
JAMAICA L. D. RUMS.
F. MORINO DE 31ORA SHERRY
F. MOLINIElt PORT WiNE.
G. II. MUMM & CO.'S REIM
GENUINE RHINE WINE.
SARATOGA PIRE I? . WIIIS
NATITAN'S 1803 CABINET RYE
STRAUSS' 1MPER :A L RtE WIHIA
KEESE'S "OWN" RYE WHISKEY.
STONE MOUNTr,A1N TLYE AND
CELEURATED P1EIFFER i. nyt,
KENTUCKY 11OIUBON. WIS
PLANTATION RYE. WHISKEY
VIRGINIAl APPLE AND PEACi
NEW ENGLAND RUM.
FRENCIIE'S "BOSTON" GIN.
VERY FINE OLD) CLARET WINE"
1 KEG DRY SCU PPERNONG WINE.
I KEG SWEET SCUPPENON4
1 KEG SWEET CATAWHA WINE,
BElRGEII & ENG EL'S CELEI3RA T
El) LAG.~ER lBEER ON D)RAUGUT'
BASS & CO.'S. IMPORTED ALE.
~PURE~ CRAB APPLE CEDER.
PUIIE NATURAL 'A bPOLONA
R LS WATiI. R.
OIGARS AND TOBA00C.
R1TAPSODY-A STRICTLY TEN
TilE PRIME MINISTER CIGAR-8
FOR 25 CENTiS..
THlE PUCK CIGAR-3 FOR
THLE CORONET CIGAR-8 FOR 25
THlE SONORA .CIGAR-3 FOR
THLE SMAShER CIGAR-5 FOR 25
TIlE LIGHT'lNING CIGAR-5 FOR
TIlE MUONAlICH[ OF.THlE SOUTIt 4
CIGAI?r-5 FOR 25 CENTS.
TIlE MASTER STROKE CIGAR-5'
FOR 25 CENTS.
THE AMERICAN TWINS.CIGAR-..
5 FOR 25 CENTS,
TIHE COSTA R ICA CTGAR-3 FOR
TIHE ROYAL SEAL PCIGAR-10
FOR 25 CENTS.
TIlE ROSE AND LILY. CIGAIL-1o
P'OR 25. CENTS.
TIHE HAVANA CHfAROOTS
TI. W. BLACK WELL'S SMOKINq
ICEI, LEMONS, OAWTU 4
THlE BNS'T MINEI: BiE VERAGE~
OF? TIHE SEA SON SERVEsD
AT ALL HOURS OlF
T1lN~ nAY, TO SUIT ,TH~($~'
VE Y REPFS (LL