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inisboro Publishing Company'
Sherif'g Sal6s-J. B. Davis.
The Groat Arcade-Mimnaugh.
Mimnaugh buys the best clothing an1
sells them for the smallest profit,
1Mises iosa Colmor, Mamio Creight,
Sallie Crawford, Jennio Boag and
Susic Hall left Winnsboro on Tuesday
for the Columbia Female College.
We wi?h tiem a very pleasant and
profitable year i this fine institution.
Mr. Joseph Groeschel Is back with
iis agai, after an aisdneo of a few
months, Ite iats becn spmnding the
summer ill Europe and just returned
oil Tuesday. We know he has had a
splendid trip ofit and hope he will tell
its about it.
3inilaugih's uilaund ried shirt at 23
Cents, beats the world. Every person
siholId see thein. *
The various ,candidates throughout
- the county i-o hereby invited to meet
wiith tihe Winnsboro Democratic Club
on the evening of the'26th inst. (Mon
(lily) in-the Court House, and address
the club 111)011 the political topics of
the day. J. 14 Mot)o ,
' Se. Wbo. D'iii.,Club.
The Cornet Band has been reorgan
ize( and practises two or three eve
iiings a week. The band did good
work inl tIe campaigns of 1876-78,
and the members should be encouirag
ed in thmii' laudable endeavors to keep
up so 1usefili aind P:eanllt anl institu
tionl in. thle tow%,n.
Miitnauigh treats every person with
politeneiss an atteitionl, whother visi
tor or buyer.
The "Coturt Ilouse Brigade" will
lit i) a hluge ban ac ross the street,
be0tweenm the Court I louse aL the jai
some1 tinme soon1. We hope it will be
made1(1 and thir'own to the breezie before
the grandu rai1lly of the Democracy on
the 24th inst. Hurrah for llncock
and lIhgood and "hlodgel''
Profiessor TPremine II's "sun1 p)ictures,"
lireseniting sceces of interest in differ
cut piirts of the globe, ai~e wvell worth
scing. lie has gircen three exhibitions
this weck) and on 'each occasion has
highly plealsedl his audicuces. We
trulst hie will be Ilberally patroniized
duriung the rest of his stay here
which will ecud with his exhibition on
Miminauighu's five cent counter is the
*great senisation at present. Hunildreds
*of articles worth 29J and 25 cents. *
Com:~C-rox- A cotton merchanit ill
towni writes: "Ini THE - NEws AND)
.H lnAum of the 11lt inst., you (quote
cotton at 9;}90 You wiere mnisinformn
ed as to the mlarket. There hus not
been a day this season thant good, cot
ton would not bring 10a10 1-16. .Our
books showv Jhat price paid nearly
every g. y To-day [WVednesday']
somne/brought 104--most of tit bringing
'ie would call th e attenltion of all
afho hiavb been elected to memibership
in the Deiocratic Club of thd. town
the roll expires to-day. Under the
to the fact, that~the time for signiing
rules goverinlg the primaries no0 pcr
son1 is oentitledl to vote at the primary
clection wvhose name does not appear
upon01 the roster of sonic one of the
- Democratic Clubs in the crmnty. All
who desire to sign the roll 'can do so
bly calling apon the secretart:of the
Minfaugh 's glass and crockery wisrd
dopartment is one of the most coflu'
photo in -Win'isboro. *
--APPOINTMENT o01 Co313!IvTEEs.-Thie
following mlemnbers oh' the }Vlnnsboro
Democratic Club are apiu iecd to as
sist the Couunty Excltive Commiti.cr
IIin khig 'a:I'angemeon Is for the coun
ty meeting on the '24tlh instant:
-Geneoral Co1e.mit4oj.- irancis Gci'ig,
.Jaines lBeat)r, .J. R. Mots, .J. 1U. Cu;in
inings, S. If . Fnt, Rt. ,J. McCarley, R.
M. 1luny, A . Landock'er,--D. .. Flen..
niken, TI. II. Keotchin, J. Fi. McMastet',
,W. H,. Kerr, J. 1W. Mecreight, 0. A.
'White, LB. Sugenhieimer, 'T. W. Laud.
erdale, TP. K. Elliott, U. I. Dunno, RL
.Cotfhnittee on RCcepfion-W .1,
R1otterison, 1T. L. Elliott, A. 8. Doug..
Comittee oil' Music-W. N. CJhani
Those connnittcas will lease organ
Ize at oncee and apipoint' su1)b-obamiit
e tes. *R.- MA?*e DAr
- Pi'osIt1ent W120..Q1nlh.
1Mimna igh buys-the best 'goods. and
E Q Ifr T.~-'g1O '.d8 t1o n f the
SardCSf Gei6eraI gessions and Comn
oU Pleng conVened-on last Monday
Inorning with -his Honor J. IL ild4on
on the bench. There was very little
business in the Cof't of Session, only
tivo bills being given out to the grand
jury, in both ofwhihl true bills were
found. The first iyt the cae of thd
State vs. Sinon Massey,: alias Sam
Massey, indict6d for forgery. The d&
fendant,pleaded guilty of forging an
order for five dollars upon J. E. John.
Ston1 & Co., and was sentenlced' t the
penitentiary at hard labor for th6 term .
of one year, and to pay a fine of one dol- O
lar. The next was the case of the State to:
vs. Abram Owens, indicted for assault
and battery with intent to kilL The
defendant was represented by Mr.
A. M. Mackey.' The evideice was'
purely circumstantial, but of so strong at
a character that the jury found a ver- tiol
dibt of guilty, -after being out one hour. no
The prisoner was sentenced to the
Fenitentiary at hard labor fdr the term
of three years. After sentbncing the
prisoners on Tuesday morning, Judge I
Hudso, was occupied the rest of the 6r
day Nylth such brsiness af could be olit
transacte'd at: chambers. The juries
were all discharged on Monday eve
ning-tthe grand jury for the term, and
the petit juries until next Monday ~
at 10 a.'m. m. This was made necessary
by the fact that Judge Hudson would
be engaged in hearing tile case rela
tive to the Chief Justiceship, in Coluin
bia, to-day. Judge Hudson was es- I
peclally commissioned by Governor
Jeter to sit as one of the Associate k
Justices of the Sfipr6a Court, for the Th
trial of tle tause; and hence most of an
the business hi the Court of Common
Plcas will have to remain over until
next week when the Judge will return.
Wedinesday the Court of Common
Pld'as was opened and the day was con
sumed in granting orders, judgments
by defitult and the hearing of a few of
tile equity cases. Judge .Uidson left
on the 5 o'clock train for Coluibia. 1
A CARD. .la
In consIderatioii of the fact that I serl
entered the contest for Sheriffat fi very 00l
late day, and that I consider my NW
chances for election not so good us 11
they ti ,6ld have been iad I come be- (,I
fore anl unpledged public, and as I rin
have'iitisinesswhich I cannot afford to'
neglect without, hope of compensation,
I llere)y wvithdlraw lly nameic from the
list of cillIi(ates, returning sincere.
heniltllt. thanks to those of my friends
who would havd supported me had I
continued in-the field, and asking of
tile public that imy withdrawal shall
Itot be coistrued as ill favor of any
calldidate, but solely as an indopend
ent, individual act, and aloile in my
own interest. S. W. YoI,
3Y virt1o of dni (exectioni to meI dii
J)retd I will offor for sale, b)eforc
the coutit-iuso door. in Wininsboro, on.
the first Monday in October noxt,
between the legal hours of sale, to the
highest bidder. f'or cash, the following.. r
described prioperty', to wit;
All. that p)lnttion or tract of land Jy- 110
ing in Fairfield dodmnt'y, containing TEN t012
ACRES, more or less, and bounded dn the ygcd
niorthi and wvest by lands of Thos. 0: lb
becrtson, on the east by D. R. Flonnikon,ar
en the south W. F. -Jackson. Sold as the
prop'erty of T. G. Robertson, at tho suit
of 8. Ii. Jones.. ''
JOllN B. DAVIS,
Bherxiff's Ofioec S. F. C.
Winnsb,oro, S 0.,..
Sep. 14. 1880.
SHERIFF'S SA LE. .
PY virtue of sundry excutions to- me di- r,
3t rec(ed, I ;will offer for sale, beoe r
the court-house' (leer in W~innsboro, on
the first Mond3ay in October next, be- kin
tween the legal hours of Hale, to the high- we
est hid der, -for' caish, -the following-de
scribed property, t.0 wiit:
One bay horse namoe Bill, one horse G
nmule 1nam1o Charlie, one horse mule
name Till, one horse mule namno'Bob, one
mare mulo11 name Kitt, one maf6 mule lv
name Boss.''one stoek wagon, one tireo
horse wagon, one double Heated bung.
Sold as tile property of'F. H. Du]3ose, at at,
the suit of Jos. Murphy & Oo., surviving.
partners of Joe. Mur'phy & Bowars. M
JOHN B. DAVIS,
*Sheriff's Office, 83. F. C.
Winnsboro, S. U.,
Sept. 13, 1880.
Goat skins, Th
* Otter Skins,
.Gray Fox Skins
eg - -of
Cotton, a e
M9/* Thef highest cash prides #4
- U. I. DESP?OWTES.
IA OAR-LZOAD of the oclebrated SMhdo
L3~.. -baker Wagons, all sizes, to arriveo.
Iby the -1st Cf Soltenmber. A s we htave be--~
fore sold .many. of thiese wagons 'in the'
connt;y, please ask those ..ueng them If
they are good. W~ f DOTY & CO.
[JR IMIr. Groeschel has jtdt rettirni
see his "peoplbs" and'i1 now in']
iplo stock of D; Coodi. Nbtions, 2
Nolfe'o od stand, with a fift lind o:
I to all whb may favor us with thei
N what we will do, but our goodg Vi
'bat we cihri to all ali&e, anId do i
and lose it on another, just' to ind
UGARS, assorted. Coireos, Rio,'
Laguavra and Old Gov. Java.
and Old Iov. Java Roasted.
s Black, Imperial, Gunpowder
cars, Peaches, Pinle&pples. To
:oCs, Salhanon, Corned Beet', Deviled
1 and Turkey, Sardinoe, &C.
lacaroni and Cheese, Ginty.er Pre
res, Pin. I-lead Out Menli Cooper
atine, "Mustard, Black Peppdr and
aldivin Catsup. Cross & Black
l's Chow Cho,v, Empire Chow
)w, Assorted Pickles, Lea & Per
s W1"orcestershirc Suce.
J. F. McMASTER & CO.
Therefore we take leafsure in an
mncing to dt friends and cus
iers that we have made a great
uction in priccs of our stock We
determinedc never to be
Ve iw ill give'oui' customer's a sp 3
benefit by offering great and
Jaficos, Muslitis, Swiki,' adid all
as of White Goods for summer
~EATLY REDUCED' PRICE.
huitings, Linen Buntings at great.
3thtonades, Jeans and Cassireeres
greatly reduced pricos.
rust received a new lot of Ladies'
sses' and Children's Slippers.
k. new~iinvoice of Gents' Scarfs
ckties and Summer Underwvear
ich will be sold cheap.
~IITE AND COLORED SHIRTS.
)SQUITO N$TTING I
MOSQUITO NET TING I !
an Ever in Embroideries,- Ho
siery, Notione,' etc.
NVo n'o* hafte on hand a full stock
rlothing,'Boots, Shoes, Hats and
nts' Furnishing Goods divo us
all before bu:yin elsewherei and
P. INDIIEKR & 1I20.
id. fiomJujope- TAdie he urndi ic
few Yo-k inib ' in ai bleganf ail
0o., &I. We epec&ih a shot tile
clothinji and guarant60 satisfac.
r Patronage. We do flot promike
11 show for themselvdi.
iot make a biq pr6doin one custoii.
ace the phblit6bi from tia. Look
L* A D I S
BLACK I 00LORED
1 0 E M C M 1>S
MUST BE SOLD!
MoMASTER, 1BRICE & Co.
F I NE Li I QUOR S
N ATITANS BROS.' Old Cablinet tyo,
1863, Old Roanoke WhWisey, 1860.
Also, Rotterdam 3randy. Cold Hiam foi
lunch from 11 to 1 o'clock every day,.
j HAVE recently mad eoxtensive addi
i. ons to my stoolf .of Wines and
liquors, wvhich conslista of a full assort.
ment of Rye Whiskey, .Oorn Whisecy.
French Brandy, Apple sBrandy, Pdao1
Brandy, Sherry WVine, Scappernong Wine,
Champagne, etc., etc.
.'' I claim to soll the FINEST A NIl
PUREST J.Y2 WHISKEY to be had in
Winnsboro. Give it a trial.
I also also kc op di-ihand a full supply oi
in: groat vadlety, "and adapted ta the'tastes
Call at the PALYETTO HOUSE, in th<
Winnsboro Hotel building.
. W H Ker,EH. T e lo hsc
frn nVadros S f17 et n
a Zet of28fe.T9huei p,i
exe"ntrIIIdo h'peie r
a odwelad l eeesr otul
ina Pssssonivn'Jauay , 88
A AG osd reh.Cne
Oco&(atie fany Grcerisa
VOR STATI, SENATOU. I
The many friends 'of apt. H. A. GAIL
L.AR) would respoetfully nominate him C
is a candidate for the Senato, subjet to
the action of the Democratic primaries. .
The many friends of Col. BAYLIS E.
ELKIN nominate him a a can idato for
the Senato from Fairfield county; subject j
to tho r<gulations of the primary eletion. i
The friends of Mr. H. VONGUE IL.L
ING reaVedtfully nominiato him for Coo -
ner of liairOuld County-subject to the
result of theemodrati y rinary.
The friends of t1f. 0. 8. I1INNANT
nominate him for rc-elecion to oflico of
Coronor, subject' to the a6tion of the
FOR JUDGE bF PROBATI. s
Tho friends of Mr. T.HO1. E. 1ELL re
spectfully nominate him foi the office of
Probatu Judge.of Fairfiled County, sub
ject to the iietion of the Demooratic j
Afessrs.. Wiors.' Please aniAounce the
present incumbent, J. R. Bovles, Judge
of Probate, as a candidato for' re-clenlion -
at the ensuing election, subject to the no
tin -of the Democratic party at the pri. 11
maries. By so doing you will Qbligo his o
14 . MANY FRIENDs. h
FOR SUHOOL F(AlMISSIONER t.
The friends bf DR. JOHN BOYD, p- ~
prebiating the skill, zeal and fidelity
with which he has discharged the duties 1
of School Chmmissioti-, r respectfully o
nominate him for re-election-subject to
the action of the Democratic primaries. j
The frie.dsofIh R"ETV JAMES DOUG
.ASHi.re4p&tfully nominato him for the 11
position of Sohool Commissioner of Fair. C
field County at the ensuing electioa- el
subject to the action of the Democratic ti
party at the primaries.
Mesars. &Iilors: Plenso announce the e
name of Major JAS.PAGAN as a candi- 81
data for thto Legisature-subject to thb i
Domciatic pimaries. MANY FNDs.
The friends of Mr JOHN W. LYLES,
believing that he will faithfull represent C
all the interests of the people,; respectful f<
ly nominate. him for a -eat in the H1ouso P
of R1epresentatives-subject to the action I
of the Democratic priiarles. -
The frion4s of T. P. MITCHELL regard 11
lim fitted to roreesont the county in the C
Rouke of Repres6ntcivos, and respectfully w
sbmit his n.uhme to. the DemiWcraits 6f p
Vairftild for their action in the primnry.
We present the name of Moj. C. E. V
TIOMA to the Democratic voters of 0
Fairfield county as one that will ably and fi
efficiently reprdsont us in the State Leg. c
islaturo-subject to the Democratic pri
maries. NUM.Eitous FRIENDs.
The many friofidA of the Hoen. 'I'llus. (
S. BR.ICE. alppreciatiig in a high degree d
his past services in the H1louso of lepre
senta'tiYes, respectfully nominit,o him for
ie-eloction, su ijet to tho result of the
Democratic primary election. 1
xessrs. ]dItors: Please announce Mr. f
AMES I. TUItNER as a candidate for
ho Legislature at the en suing electin,
subject to the action of the Democratic
clubsat the primnarice. By so doing you
wvill obflge his. MANY Fanci.
-MATsars Eitiors: We beg to present to
t'he favorable consideration of the voters
ofFirfield coput.y ilir. (IEORGIE H. Me..
A81TER as.n; oandidat.o for onec of our
Represcthtatives ik. the next Legislature.
Weo pres9ent his nlame with the full a-isur
aince of his high guAlifications for this
distinguished position, for in addition to
his finisherd educntioni and nckntow ledgnad
moral worth hie is one of' the most public
npirited citiAcens ini our county', anti as
such caninot fil to be a umost usef~ul gom
beor of our Legislature. MANY VoiERms.
Trho friends of R. N. McMASTL ER, Esti..
res etfully nominate him for the ofhico of'
Sherift'ef Lairfiold Co.mnty, subject to tho
abtien of the DYenocratic primary.
Tho friends of S. WHORTER YONGUE '1
nominate him a candidate for the olic
of Sheriff at. the ensuing eletion--rubject
to the action of'the D)eirfoeratio primaries. .
Akssrs. Edifors: Pleeso annon~unec Mr
lE. E. ELLISON, JR., as a candgra.to for
Sherlifof Fanfield CYount.y, at C:he ensu- '
ing eleotion--suibject to t,ho action . of the
Demoairatie pri mary. MA N' l"nIENDs).
The zMa'Af friechds of r.JNO. Jf Mc- f<
CARILE\Y, recognizirg his y oculiar fitness a
for the oflice, respediu lly i ominato him s
forSheri of Fairfield Couri ty--subje.L to t
the action of the Domocratic p)rimary.
cksrn; Efdioers.. Ai nominations arc in ~
order, permit us to present too namse of
OJL. JNO. B. DFVIS as a cai.didato for
shoriff at the ensuing elect,ion, subject,
of course, to the atction of the J)&neoratio
primaries. MANY Fu5i.ans.
Mcssr5. Edio#q: Pledso announce Mri. 2
JAS. L RICHMOND as a can didato for.
Sheriff ait the ensuing eleotion, subject to
the action of,the l)emoxcratic Clu bs at the
priniarics, aind obligo MANY FI:tuNDs.
may .l3-tf I
:Mcs.qrs. JDlifor': Please announce }lr.
J1. Preston Coopar.as'a canidi to for the c
Democratic noumination for sheoriff at the y
comning election (subject tid the deision I
of the pritnary elction) and oblige many r
Friends in the
SoUTuw~EsTELnN POnlTLbN di THE COUNTY. y
F'Ii COUJNTY COMISSIONER.
'he matrfy friends of Mt. JOHN FEN- j
LI?A nominate him as a candidate fAr
County CIommissioner-sIubject to the
action of the D.emocratio pryiiaieis.
Afears. 1eluora': Please announce Mr.
TACOJI BOOKMAN as ac cand idato for the I
oflice of County Comnmissionor for Fasir- v~
fielti Cout at the ensuing election, sub- c
jeot to'the Demoeratio primary. . m
Pleaad aumlounce Mr. J. WVm. BROV7N as a
a- eandidato for County Comirnssiorner,
subjoot'to t,he action of the D)emocratjo
prnimdies. Mr. Brown has been unani
mongly endorsecd by tho'Bly thewoeri cofub. I
AMessrs. Etlifors: ThIe maniy friends~ of
Mr. JNO. A. STEWART respectfu'lly
nominate him as a can'didato for the omeoo
of Courity Commissioner, subject to' the
.Mssrs, ERdllors: Pleato avitrouinco THOS.
D 1. OWINGS, Evq., as a candidate fori the
office, of Cont Comissionor; -subi oct
to the ation of oh D)emoeratie Primaries,
and o#Aige hilt MANy FmIaNDna.
- Mesa. JUlas Please aniourloe Dix
ON Ii.'ROBIERTSON4, E,;as ac andidate
huifo h.ooofont oisi mer e t
the ufung eooton,subjeet to the acto
of.theDemcraic jmg" s dob
,OR COUN'Y COMMISSIONER
Ikssrsd 1litors: Please annouice Mr.
1IAlLES DOUGLASS as i condidate fi
ouity Conmui4ssiier of alrfiteld, sub
3ot the result of the Democratic primary.
Messrs. Edilo,s: 1 lease, axounce Mr.
I. P'OWELL as a candidate foi the office
f County Commissionor. at the oiisuin
loot ion-- subject to 1ho action of the pr
inhy oeltion of th-Denooratio clubs. .
TIo friends of Capt. JOHN A. HIN
IANT respeotfully noinihato hii for re
lection to the oficue of County Comxmis
ioner- subject to thb result 6f the Dbeno
Messrs. A111ors: Thd friends of WIL
AM AIKEN. Esq., rosjedtiuily anhounce
i a candidate for County Commis
inner at the ensuing election, sub.ject,to
io result of the Demooratic prima'rios.
Messrs. Editors: Please annoutoo Mr.
A. TUlRKETT, of Cedar Creek, as a
andidate for County ConmiRsioner at the
nsuing election, sujct to .the iotion of
,ie Domoortiti primarios, and oblige
Messrs, Jlitors: Pleai4d sh'fioin 4A
. RAltVEYi, Esq., as a candidat fr the
1 (.0 of C(Iunty Conunissioner at the on -
aing clcetion-subject to the action of
ie Democratic clubs at the primary cle
on-and oblige 111 ,
Messrs. Edilors: Please announce Mr.
L. M. ZEALY as a candidate for the office
County Comniissioner at the ensuing
Oction-SUbject to the notion of the
oiuocratio primary. MAAN FRIENDR.
J/e.srs. E.itors: Please announce MR.
OBElRT D. BOLICK as a candidate tor
Dunty Com.missioner of Fairlbold at the
lasuing cledtion -subject t(' the action of
Lo Dowocrati iflinary.
Tho friena of Mr. Jnios 0. Heron,. of
Onim, respectfully noininato him for'the
lco of County oios.nssifii at the en
iing d1cotion- -diibJect to thd action of
We Democratic priUnary.
The many friendh of Mr. M. H. Mo
IADY nominate hii as a candidate
)r County Conunissioner at the ensuing
lettion, subject to the actioil of the
Messr-s. 9liors: Please1 nnouneo 1R.
08CAR DUKE as a candidate for Cointy
nnuissionr at the) tnsuifitz clection,
i.lject to the action 6o tho benocratio
vimary. MANY FRIENDS,
The friends of Mr. JAMES W. COLE
[AN respectfully nominate him for..the
Men of County Comm11iissioner of Fair
ld-subject to tho action of the Demo
0 T1E VOT.ERS o FAtF1ELID.
ENTLE31EN-Impelled by a sonso of
uty to my country and prompted with a
osre to servo my follow-citizons, I here
y offer mysolf as a candidate for the of
co of County Commi;sioner, subject to
tc action of the Democratic priiparies,
t1d with the hope that my claims may
eet with duc consideration from iy
icn ds. Tespect fully,
T110Y T. LUJMPKIN.
'lIE NUSIC HOUSE OF THESOUITH !
REMOV AL TO OURI
All1 llntinense I MiI~ le iple.
Two lar go stor es, ch 30 foet front and
ur storie~s high, fronting oni three streets
nxd fdlled from cellar 1.4 loft with musical
tIuplies. Nothing to comparoC with it in
lie Southern Statcs.
1. RIG S O E
A BIG ST'OG K,
A BIG TJRADE,
LN MZORE4 TO COMS.
.hn~ring the ten years sinice our estabh
sw efit or ou r house weo have developed
Lie mi1.i0 tradeO of the Sout,h t( a. won
erful de:gr'e, but as yet we have only be
un.VEs-eo, not, many years ahead, a
.usirxoe,. of a million a year. and to take
are of this efnrous trade we havo pi
ide.l our1 pr~eent mamnimothi warcroomas,
'all tradle 188t' will bo immnso. Wd aro
endy for it. For months our srO'hYr part,
er has bseon at tho North cisntractig
~ich P'iano andi Organ- rantifAt;urers for
astruments. Hoe hxfl conxpl led ,most
dlvantageoe.s contracts, aria th Pianos
ad Organs aure "co ning, coming" 100,000
ioro, by o'very steamor. Now Stylos, Now
'ri gen, Now Tourmas, Now4 Stdro, Now Dd6
iPECIAIr OFFER, FALlr 1880,
Cash pricer with throo Months credit.
)urig months of Aug. Sept. and' Oct.
ru will sell Pianos and Organs at 1fowxesT
ASIr Pnioi*i, payaublo $25 Cast.) on a Pi
ne or $10 CaAh on an Organ, with the
alance in three inoflt,hs, wituOUT INTEJi
VUAT DO YOtJ BAY TO Ti'f FFERU7
Writo for Illustrated . Catalogues and
l'ow Price Lists for i?alV 186,0; and yde.
are to be aistoniished;
[2UDh)EN & BlATN'S'
Y'hoIesaltW1%ino anUd Ordanth flealersg.
'onrIN T,oW E R CO LW000,
WINES ANDI U100
I 6(LDn re6e IniforI~
my qust6in6rs and the citizens of VaiL
iold gierahilk, 'it; 1k66# i stodli
full supply of hine *Ltior; O5lg a i
Tobacce, &c., c., and gdaraiw(
satlefaction to alry olle giving
tria My stock consists as 11o' s
OTARD DUPtY & CO'S dONA,
B RANb 'idiiINDAid INS
AMSEY'S SCOTCH WHiISKciYVg'
JAMAICA L.': RUMS,
F. MOMINO DE MOIA 8IIERRY
F. MOLINIER PORT iiE.
1. II. MUMM & CO.'S MIMElm
SARATOGA PURE R1YE WHIS
NATHAN'S 1863 CABINET RYE
STRA USS' IMPERIA'L RYE WIl
KiEVSE'S "OWN" RYE WHISKEY
BTONE MOUNTAIN. .RYE Ai
CELtBRATED .PFEFER EI RYE"
iCENT UCY BOURBON *1106-.
PLANTATION RYE' WHISKEl
VIRGINIA APPLE AND IEACi
NOTII CAROLINA SWEET MASI
PLANTATION CORN WHISKEYs4
NEW ENGLAND RUM,
FR.VNCIIE'S "BOSTON" dIN. a.
VE RY FINE OYL CLANNT' WIN1,
IIfOYE MAbEWgilT S
1 KEO DRY SCUPI ERNOIMG WINE -
1 lKEG SWEET SCUPPERNON(*
1 KEG SWEET CATAWIIA WINE
IYA LT. LIQUORS
lUERGER & ENGELJ'S CELEBRlAT
ElD LAGER BEER ON DR'AOW~
BSASS & CO.'S IM'PORflT$i AtIF
PURE CRAB APPLE OIDER.
PURE NATURAL' APPOLONA~
CIGARIS AND TOBA0004
RIIAPSODY--A STRICTLY TEN~
TIlE PRIME~ MINISTrERCIGER-~
FOR 215 CENTS.
'riE PUCKc CIGARES3 'oi
TnlE CORONET OITGAN:-3 FOR 2~
THIt SONORA CIGAR--S FOR,
TiIE SMASIlER CIGAR-5 FOR 25'
CENTS. - d-.
TfI'E LfGIWTNING CIGARL-5 FOI
215 CEtNTS. .
TIlE NtONTARCN OF THlE SOUIt
CIGAR-5' FOR 25 CE~NT$.
THEJ~ MASTE~R STROKE CIO'AR--r
FOR 25 CENTS,
T IIE AMFERICAN TWINS'CIGAR-4 "
6 FOR 25 CENT$,
'IIE COSTA RICA C#dAN-8 FQJ
'lE ROYAL SEAt dlGAI -tc
FOR 25 CENTS,
THlE RIOSE AND' N~LY CIGA$
POR 215 CENTS,
THlE IIAVANIA CHAOOTS--''
'T. W. BtACNNSIJL'S SMOKJ1
ICE, LE MONS, -
THlE BFST 1MIXED$$
OF TITE SIEA (
AT' ALL HOURS -~'~'
TilE DAY, TO 8UIT TI1Z6