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T HE NEWS AND HERAtD,t
n. ye .w t vr, ab'' 1, 1830.
W. rN*~ PllTm fol.
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For 1r. ident.
Por Governor. Rig
b el. RNN-RDY.
J. 0.- Cut. -m
0or SCretary of Stato,. PC
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For 9utimtndent of ERducatiooi.
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For Adju(inl ant Inspecteten'er41.- tic
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iill iOLeiri:is .I0IIARDIsON. S
Vor- (Ynr-ims--o',irth DIAtr14A..
- .hmxi iI.1vjns:.
For Soidtor-Sixthk 'irctiff. W
. V. (JAsTON. h
U'. lu. V. ' -1, or R .-wOCi-nSTI, se
N. ,ko makes pills anld sits inl
olngress,. 1ii Ihm occupations inl
complaiille. i'ilifta honest tl hie
mak's orenioey is ills thanl by
hillealld he hllt.s resigIedIl his sct, aid
ginle linck to liS.i s-aboratory..
Tit.: I.:ine.m&t;XVM Atourr finlish
d -nvass of Ifidianlita and report a
Ilm.jorily of' ((.n thoulsanld. The Repub- t
(iLan canIvss jusUt coclided Shows i of
Repiblicilan mlan.jori(v of fen 1liousand. Ill
The (t nc 111111vanvass is not com- '
iletc. "Wheteipl.r they -will also Claim "I
m naiority of tenl thousand reainsit to
be ween. Good countecrs, these Indi
Mi. JA,M%Is G. BIrA rNu- RISES- Writ A eu
iolemnl protest. iha. lie is- not engaged ll
li ma141tiipuhdiptig the returis, and theln bc
lPl1sies lthat. t he' result will not be ti
knllowi 1fuiil tle LgislatuirC opens the tC
diicial i Wuris inl January. The re
Itius at- Ditoeratic Ieiadqurteis mi
41how p coily]conclui vely th11A Plaisted at
is elected. Sevril et'ros it fivor ofo
lm have bedi t(1facted.
'lu, Cillo'ORMA CANVASS RATiTES
aloug ex(t(illy.- iotl tctionls are in V
dead enrh'at limd cteh is trying to al
ci:pt-uth'ctbe'co16red vote. Strange to at
sy Co](qit freelbs fliot popular wit.h
Rellmbliecis, tIhtgh' representin' t li
()l4gaiz'edl Demiocr'acy. Co.ljuit t pa- F
pursclaini for their nnui a muiljrity of Fr
11f.y thousaind'. 'Iheyo wvill take less. ai
'JOllN W.- lFoiR N Ev'r.:l it ilD ON ali
Salt iirday' fr'oun l'it tsburi ig, th ti Ilbraltar' 1
Ihrge.t mia.es-meuet Iing ini W~esternu 1Penni
bled for lianeocl. Bien Buitler was i
4 speakinig'aind' lie was to follow. The sf
clutimuan was Mat 81all1 Swartzweold- "I
cIi-,on of the lut>st ifluentlii- Republi- 1
cna in thb West, and ther'e weore' one p
iithteilti an thIiirty 1lanicockleeubli
cani ieCt-pi'esidojuts8. Accor'dl ug to tc
F'orniey, Wiesteuiv Penunslvainia' i
ablaze for coniintt'utid:' iancock.
-J - j (. Wirol:.D of' At- h
ltnta,-in a conlaunni'etion to thue papergj
chtedSnao' rw with sittinig SU
(init.t.'s aib.sence on the stump, and(1h~
-having his soin to dra1w cheleks to bribe in
Rlepubilicains to vote for Coiqui tt anid a eb
ilrowni Legislaturie. Mr.-.J.-8. Brown, or
4 n-lie, and Dr. Westmnoreland chal- h
longed hhn. Both- liarties were Put be
untder' bond, and- nothiung" since then t
has t.ransprod,..th'>ugh it is reported thi
that bloody13 lic. hbill iloat 11pon1 the ch
poliia hor /izon ni
* CoNic.ING nAs MAi: A OuF.A'r speech
iNew York, arraignuing the Solid
SotuthI. Thiey are poor, he says, andu
therwefore niot. etittled to rule. lIe pi
.1 J4uI'(~(redMs all sorts of dreadful things at
piackmug ofteSupreme Court, and
taix. It is wvorthyv of' remark- tht lhef
0on1y pliace, duirinig thi.s campalgn, ait lv
which the naine of thei iepuiblican St
P~resitent,t Hayes, hasi bieen rep)orted di
as hbeing' his.sed, wa t his self-same (41
Thaliana is redliot.nd still a-heating. re
Th7Ie unlexpectee resul1f. in Maine has olf
'4, * . 3nerved thel Itepublienn:a in--desporation $
and aroused thie Demtocrats to- the to
ivehiest enthuisiasmn. The Greenback.. cr
era are ako 'pkyig on at harp) of a ty
single strinug, wYillaiasewvorthvy ener'
gy--the single sting.being the re-elec- E
tion of' De la Matyr to Congress. All th
the celebrities are- flockinig to the
Iroosler State. Senator Baruum di- sh
eCdt8 thIemDeiocuueeratnmpaign~ in p0y.
son wih Eglih,Iindricks, MelDon-- n
ald, Voor'hees and1( L.anders, as8. adjtn. 1i'
tants. lien Butler', Grat' Bfowvn, ai)
faymnan Trumubull, Generals Sloe'.tmi th
anidMcQuade adothers will mount
the ro)str'umt In a few days. Ott the di
I"' oether- hand, Logain, Noew, D)orsey, in
Thirrlhon, Stoughiton, Bob Iniger'soll
:ania.whIolt teamn of' lesser Radical "I
lights are-whtoopintgup the State for
Oarfield. Tihe. Now Yor'k .7/rald se
Ba8t e st attempt of'thie Democrats Ia
wast oquette with thle Greenbackers,
by offering~ to support Deo la Matyr' fol'. e<
C~ongress Iutreturni for a withdr'awal $
SG'teul)ack Staite tickect. This
l m, aid now Senator lijnu 1
ing all he can to r-o.ldify tho-Nation. V
votW, becuuse lie bollevos -.h'at thia
rt-y draws ujore heavily flin th6
Ipulicans thaln1 f'om the Democrats. d
m. Plasted has been sent. to Indiana tj
e this purpose. And so It goes, ft
i t'hree uore weeks of uncertaInty
d strife. Notliig positivO can bo
own till the vote is polled.
A CAltIM 0
krssr. Edilors:-An article ap- tl
ared in your paptr sometime ago
nlled "St-ralghtout," nomi1nating lie
the Senato and speaking flattering- si
of mo generally. I am Very grate
to this generous hearted fl-lend for tl
kindly remeinbrance of me, but I
ist ask tle privilege of declining the 0
mination. Being Informed that the d
opl of the county desired an carly f,
mination for tho Senate. and that
mile were complaining because the
ice was being reserved for me, as v
is alleged. I determined at once that e
thing savoring of personal ambition d
oluld inmerveno between inc and my s
opo, and iinio)nouced my deterilna
im) not to riu For the office. Sinlce t
is, personal friends have entered the
ts, who I think would not have donle a
had I expressed a desire for the o
lee, and ordinary good faith re
ireg that I s1ioul continue to do I
bat I have always done-keep my 0
)rd, I lierel'ore distinct-ly aunounce 0
it 1 11111 no vanidilale, anIld hope nlcv
to ho aigain. Nor w-ould I njow
I've in I he Sonuto it' overy man ill th
11n1ty would volte for mv. Selih! I! o
T. W. WOODWARD, 0
T1u'l VnIMA nr1 ErECTION. c
iI Itegutlatti for on- dhicling the Same, h
im Anniled by to immucrattic k,uuty o
:iximlat Ve OmnulttCe..
1. Within a reasonalilc tiine before 0
u day lxed by law for any general t
special elecion, it shall be the duty
the County Executive CommIittee,
rough its Cliairman.. to notify the
-esideit, or other presi(ing oit-or,.of
ch-It towlilip club to hiold ia primarv b
action for the nomination of' persois S
r the sevea 111offices to be filled. 0
2. Iiniediately upon the receipt of t
cl notitleation, the presidelt of' each I
wisilsip club shall, by means of
liers or in such other' manner as he V
113' dlpeem1 silitible, notify every mem
r of tle tiline and place'1 such elec
mi,-as set forth in the notification
mii the County Executive Commit- 0
3. On.the (lay appointed for the pri
ary (lect ion each club shall assemble
lhe time an1d place speceified. and
all he calleito order by its proper
4. Withih thirty minutes after the
b is calied-to order, the polls for 1
e primary election shall 11opn: Pro- f
dedl, That stich polls shall all open F
12 o'clock,.I., precisely, and close t
41, p. m1., prec(ise ly. t
6. Ateach clUb poll there shall be I
reo managers of election, selected as
lows: (.)ie appointed by the Cfount v
se0cut1iv0 Cou111mit tee, 0one appo)inteil a
St.he presaid'ent of the to)wnship1 club, ~
4)d1 onelectedA 1by the towniship club1.t
lie election of niuinager may' bei)) held( at
wy time, accori'n g to the 'oniveniieno e
the township club: Prior'aler, TIhat
13' vacanIcy occurring in the board of'
ectioni manager1's shmall be filled by the '
t6. Before enter'ihg upon their duties, ~
e po11 mianagers shall sever'ally subl
ibel to th~ tfollowinig pledge: '''I sol- a
nnly pledge- myselt', oni honor, that I 1
ill f'aithifully perforam atll the (lut ies C
cidenit to miy positionl as managller '
'imary1'3 elect ion?' o'I'
7. The Counit .Executive Commit- n'
e shall furniishi each townsh141ip club o
ich1 a s'uitab,le ballot, box, with la lock, ~
r' the saf te-keepinig of' which the1i
'e.sideint of' the club shall be responisi
8. Within ten day3s bef'ore the (day f
:ed 'o fl te prlimnary elect ion, the
(3retar'y of each local club shaul' b e
nI tihe preparai'tioni 01' an -alphaibetical 0
t of all the enriolled miembers of the 3
ib ; and three day13s before such p)rl- ?
iiry electin lie shall complllete and '
>se such li.st.and1( deliver thue samei to 0
e o1' the duly13 chosen managers of -
9l. On the~ OpenIing of' the polls the
Ilot baxes shatll' be empltiedl of' all "*
nients, and1( exhibited, thus emp11tied. ::
those per'isons ini aIt tane upo)0l
a 1)olls. 'Thle boxes shall t hen be
ised and1( locked, and shall so remain
til the~ polis are closed.
10. Tihe manager~Ois shall keep a po011
iand a tally hi.t., anfd'ibe this pur'
se miay chIoose a cleik f'roim amiong
11 . Th'Ie ballots used shall be either
(d partly written, and shall contain
S names of- the persons voted for',
d the diffeenit'oil'ces, in the same
11ner1 as 1 isiescribedhy law in the
se of' Stat e and'con ty e'lections.
12. Uefore being p)ermiitted to' cast a
te, each per'son shall take ini good-'
ith the f'olIlowing pledge : "' solemn
afirmn t hat I am enititled to v'ote at
nera'LI elections'.under thle laws of' the
ate of' Sout hi Carolina: that I am a
ly enrolled mnlebe of' this Demo
it Ic club; that I haveniot voted at
is elect ion ; and that I will abide by
(d sus~taini all nominationis made by
dci'al, State or' county oflieer.s." A
I'usai to take this pledge or any part
the same shall1 1)0 a good ground of
all enge and rejection. 0Only t hose
Sim'bers' of the Club shall he allowed
vote, wiho votedi the regular D)emo
sti ticket at the last St ate and coun
election, or' who would have so vot
but were prevented by absence from
C coimly or. iy Provientiah ldeteni
m,1 oi' who have become citizens since
e ilast election.
18. When, f'or aimy cause, a voter'
all 1)0 challenuged, the mnalger's may
cept er-reject the voit6 thus offered,l
either case It shazll be the dnt v of' the
imnager's to hav'e entered oni tiheir pol1
Sa stat(eent of the circumstances
Id of' their action ther'ein, and also
c nanmes of' the candidates voted for,
ofrei'd 'to. be voted for. b,y the p)ar't y
allenmged'.. Tfhe mat toir shalhl theni b'e ~
Icidled by thme Conut' yEcntive Comn- ~
if tee, wihose decision 8shal1 be final. C
14. On the close of' the- po0ll the 2
anagers slfall 'proceed,. ImmIedhiately'
1(d continuously', 1o count tho v'otes, ~
the samje mmm~Ier and under' the I
me reogulationls as are prescribed by"
wv for gener'al elections.'
15. Whlen the votes shall have beeni
unted, the managers shall make out, 1~
. duplicate, retur ins show~inmg the I
imber' of'votes east for' each person io)
itedl for, the nmfic ro, whi,.h li :s
0td foA and the total iulfbr
Dtes Cast; 0119 of fliego returns she
o doposited in thu ballot bpX, qld ti
bhr1 shall be deliver6d to the seer
irv of the cl), to be ly hin le
Pth tle records iof the clb. The r
mis-shalMbo-signed by all the mat
oers, who shall lik'wise certify to ti
mrectias ofttllo same.
16. The ballot box containing ti
RllotA, the poll list and the certifke
t urn of tle 11nag1 ers-togethe. wil
y, other paper they mav dioll prol
i to iiehide-shall>.b) f'rtihwlti fi
1a1rded, securely locked, to the secr
Try of the Cotinty Executive Coil
itee.. Nor<the p;,rijose or this ro
ar11-ding the. pre'-sident. shall select. all
point some discreet and - otherwi:
iable person to act ts messenger.
17. Oin tho- Tiesdav next followir
1o day on wthtich the pimaiy electlo
i hld,. the Couilnty ExeuntIyve Commi
!o shall iumeet at Winnsboro at 1
Pclock, ni. The secretarv sill ipr
fce the certilfled returns1froar the di
enit clubs, 1d shal . 1 p' pill
sl the s111110 il the preseicoof ti
oninit tee. he Commit tee shii
let cause to be aorerated the' toti
ote of till the euibs anlld the. vote A
-tcn candidate. Thley, shalt,'. vttthoi
ebate, deterini all appeals, at
illl 0d or deduct till the votes allov
i or- disallowed. 1ts the Caso llay., i
I.e final restlt shaIll theln-& be- suinile
>; aid dechlIred.
18. Ifanly rison shall have receive
najority ol all the votes cast for t:
fllcZ for which i is a candidate, I
tall be declared to be-the noinico 4
1 Demooratic party for such ofc
'his declaration shall be communinc
d to the president of each townsh
bil), and shall be likewvise publislh
i some newspaper issued at (lie con:
19. If for any office it be found thi
0 candidate hits received a Inajorii
fall the votes cast at the prnima
lection, for sicli oflcc, the Conni
,xecutive Committee 11all forthwit
D1milmunicate (lie result to the sever
wnship clubs, andl(]. in like manner i
reinbefore prescribed, ordor a se
lid primary election to be held onl ti
iturdav next siccceding the imcetii
f the Commlit tee. This second cle
on shall be held tder the same re-i
itiols ats the first.
20. At. such second primary cle
:m only the two candidates still o
ring wlo received the Ilighest nut
cir of votes at the former electic
lall be voted -for: Provided, That I
ises whermoe Illore thal 1e110 person III
be selccted ior the same oice, ti
:xecitivo Committee shaall select, a
,r-din1g to the lumber of votes pr
lously received, twice as manly pe
mns as there are official I)OSit.ins i
e filled. Ill the case of Couintv Con
iissioners ind members of thel' Ho
f iepresentaives, th1e six (or 10.
uinber still oflbing) receivmng t1
ghest nilum of votes shall be set
ick. Provided, Thal, if any still o
ring shall tie with those thus set
ack, they too shall be sent back.
21. #t such seconq primary electic
lie two o1 ilore endidates - thus a
ouniced shIllbe voted f eo, all- v(t
)r other:parties beilg considered I
'atte'inlg an1ld not coutied. The '
irns of this Olection shpl be nde 1
li same minner as is herinbefoi
'escribed for flie first.
22. In the second primary election
luralitv of' tle votes cast fg%r any- oili,
mtihl lbe siuf1cit fuir a choice. In en
a'i tie ar'i.sing at, this seconld- olectia
Lie County' Execut ive-Commnitfee slht
ave thte--casting vo0te and1 declareo ti
23. The persoiin veceiviiig flie ph
dlity' of' vetes at-tis seconid electio
rchosei by' the Executive Couii
3e, shall1 be the noineeiiis of thle Demi
24. No v~otes shall be coutted f1
tly candtidate uniless lie shall1 fir'st ha,t
redged h1imlCf' in writig to ti
-ot fthe noinaiItions of the( Ylemocrv
Paty and niot~ to taccept eitheor
111r1 LIhan thle r'egiuhiryv constitut11
emocr'atic orgaiati'. ont. '1The 1)1e(1
us11 malde shaull be flied with thie tSe
taryv of' Ihe County' Exceuilive Cor
titlec at least live davs beforec the (th
<ced foir the( pr'imaryl'Yelectioni.
-Little Antnief iSile dauiigter
ecserday sheO told us, ini her wa
hitt a goodl mledlicine 1)r'. lull
'tigl Syrupl1 was8, as5 it11had curiedl h
ra v'ery~ severo' cold. +
ED- RuPoof Has IRea
Baly o sal cea. ' upL
L ADIE S
BLACK ID COLORED
FORM ER: BICE $1.50.
MU VS T B-*, S OL-D /
MoMASTER, BRICK& CO
Gray Fox Skins
Opossum.-Skins, Coon Skins,
ViY The highest cash p-iees w
TH1E SOUTI CAROLNA COLLEGE
AGRICULTURE AND MECHANICS
WILL be opened for the ins.truction
of the young men of the State, on the 6th
OCTOBER, in the buildings of the old
South Carolina College, with the follow.
ing Faculty, viz.:
WM. PORCIER MILES, NT L.I.T
President and. Professor of English Liter
JAMES WOODROW, Pu. D., D. D.,
1Professor of Geology, Mineralogy, Botany
Professor of- M.thematics and Natural
- WILLIAM JBURNEY, Pu. -D.,
Professor of Analytioal and Agricultural
Chemistry and Experimental.
' TUITION JEEE'lPO' ALL. Room rent
for the year $10. For fnrurriunformation
apply to the Secretary at Columbia, 8. C.
By order- oftho faculty.
* Secretary of Faculty.
Onlumb)ia, S. C., August 13, 1880.
ALLI Sumimer-'Goodit nmatked dlown at
J. M. BEATY &- CO.'s.
ALL Cot.tn&.Goods reduced id priee at
J. M. BElATY- & CO.'sg
BOTTOW prie.es on CTothing and Strag
Hats at tho'C&RBNER STORE,1
AN Elegar%6 Stock of Corsets just
ceived. Soinethiutg nice. Call and
L~ADIES wav.ting Shoes will please re
mnembe~r Zeigler .Bros'. fino Shoes at'J. M.
BEATY & QO.'s. -
F I N EL IQ U O R S.
NATHANSIROS,' OMd Cabinet ye,
16,Old Rtoanoke Whiskey, 1860.
Also, RottordlamnBrandy. Cold 1am for
lunch from 11 to- Io'clook overy day,
L H AVE recently mad& eesnslive addi
tions to my atbek of Wines ad
liquors, which consaists of a full aiSsort
ment of Rye Whiskey, Corn Whiskey..
French Brandy, Applb Brandy, Peach
Brandy, Sherry Wimne,-8euppernonig Wine,
Chiampa no, etc., eten
.AD'claim to sall- the FINEST AND
PURES'D RIYE WHISHEY to be had in
Winnabora. Gi ve-it at tral.
I also also It, og on.hand a.full supply of
in groat variety, atd ada'pted to the thstes
Call at the PALVE'FI'O HOUSE, In the
Winnsboro Hol buildibg.
mo2 .- CJLENDEV.XNG.
Until you have seen ours, The
famous WVEBSTERI,-b'eautiuly paint
ed,ystrong, durable. Don't forget the
Is the BEST THING ON WHEELS.
U.. .' DESPORTEcs,
R.S. DESPOETIS & 00.,,
THE GOT ARCADE
IS rrovrbeiig filled up -with one of the finiest stooks of. 'Deye Gbodg.
tions, Boots, .Shoes,.Hats, Clothing, Glassware aid Cfdokory,''I'inwarb;
Woodenware,.Willowware, etc., etc., eto., ever brought to the upper part
of the Stato, every department being rmplote.
I am preparing for atcampaigo. which the peop.le of South CarolinaJhve.
not witnessed since the days of Washington.
Pleads at the liar of 'public coinnon sonse, and. right here we -ad ane
Our unfailing arguments
BLACK AND MOURNING DRES8S GOODS.
Nun'Cloth, English:Crapes,. --
TI E GfR EAT V0CE, "VX POPULL"
Now rings out, and with vo u 'certain sound declainting for:
5,000 YardsStancdard Pi.ints 6'cont'q:
4,000 Yards Standard Prints 6 cents.
3,000 Yards Standard. Prints 7 conts.
200 Pieces Dress Goods at 8 and 10 cents.
30 Piecos Wool Flannels 12e. up to $1.00;
40 .Pices-Cotton Flannel 9c. up to 221c.
50'Pieces Kentucky Jeans at 10, 15, 20, 25, 35, 40; 45 and 506..
MIMNAUGH'S SHIRTS I 500 Unlaundrvied .Shirts at 25 cents, wortli.
t and 76. conts everywhere. JUST THINK OF'IT !
FROM THE HUB.
10: PiecesFrnit Loom at 10-j. by the piece.. 100. Viecs - Standard 4'4
t 96., sold everywhere at 11 and 121c.
1.888 Yards Einbroidories from Aiction at llf pricC-4, 5, 60, 7, 8, 10, 15
20 and 25-cents. TJ TIE LAItGE BUYERS SPI'CIAL aPli.CES. '
TIE LEADER EVELB I
John L. Minmaugh..
AT COST FOR THIRT DAYS
BROKEN'lovts Gents' Cloth~ Top Imitation Buitton UTnna Sowed FINCE ALBlERT -
Broken lots Gents' Cloth Top Button Hland Sowed Prince Alberts.
Broken lots Glents' Ebikameled Lauce Hand Sowed Princo Alberts.
Broken lots Gecnls' Calf Tica, to close- at $t.25..
Broken lots Ladies' Newport Tlies, at i0c, $1. $1.25, 24i.50.
Broken lot Children's S-ipper's, to close, at 50c.
Broken lot Children's Sandlals for $1 . reduced from $1 .' 0.
flnttercup Piques i'dcd from 124c. to 8Ac.
White Figured and and Striped Piques reduced from 25 to 16c.
White (Brocade) Piques red aced f roma 30 to 20o.
TWENZTY PIECES-iGXU UED LAWKVS AT FI VE CRINT12
Broken lots Lace Glbves at cost. Remainder of Straw Hiats will be sold without ref
once to cost or value, to make room for our largo stock of 1/all merchmandise.
WB HAVE JUST- REOELVEDJ 300 Corsets, "Superb," at 60c., worth 75.
augif DESPORT ES: & CODMNDSC
CTLOSING OUT ! ~
GR EAT' 1 E DUCT.FO. JN D)JIESS G OODS AKD KOT TON~S I.N
ORDE R TO MARKE IWOO Fl iOR F'AIp.L ST OCK..
TN-ordedr to make room for our Fall Stock, we eifer the remain denrof our
ISpring and Summer Goods at COST to ClASH BUYERS.
Perthshire Lawns at 7.} .:ents.
Pacific Lawns at 12 cents.
Lace ynnit.ings at 224 cents.
Linen Suitings of differe'nt gr'admos.
Dress Goods of various stylecsand prices..
Cypress Cloths at 174 cents.
White Pigun, all priices~..
Centennial Stripes from 74 cents up;
A Lot of Edgings from 24 conts up:
A Lot of'Riblions to lie sold for what they will bring. as we dosii'e' to
closo out this par t of our stock.
Best UTnlaundried Shir t in thme Wor'ld at 87& cents each.4
Another grade at 724' cents, and all other' goods in pr'opoti~,
R?ememln be'the above p)riees are for cash on thme spot. T hey WY' o
chargod to any one without an advance.. No exceptions made.
THE DAVIS VERTICAL FEED
CHAILLEN ES THJE WVORlDn TO PRODUCE' fl , EQUAL I.
r~ On thosanddllas-rewardi. ofl'ed to any per'son that wtllo as grceft,t
tai rang o f tTi' A aL 1 f s e 17 1 1 n othe miinas asrcanb (019Ol
reward, withlin a rl bvlSOt tlil altest Wrte anil) I teaeoi -nam.
DAVIS SI WING MACJIINE CO.,
cnothex'large lot of the above Machines anlfthe Impr'ovcd 'Weed just ro~
ceived.. J. 0..'Boso, Agent.
Whito and Colored Pignos,.Dross Goods in variety, Illusion, Silks, Satins,
Reltsnonsj orsets, Gloves; Notions, Hosiery, Lace Bonnets, Ruochin,
f3ls Linon aund Lace Collars, Fiehus, Ties and over'thing gonoral l
pund In a first-class Dry; Goods, Fancy Goods aukI Millinery Establish.
- TInC LITTLE MEP INE CIIES-anyAp do
Liver Pills are the most reliab o in the wor ,
and eniurely vegetable. Price 15 centl for argp:
botes. Sold by All Drugg!sts in this county.
I- MACON, GA., July 1, 1879.
I have u%ed Shoonfeld's Stock Feed on my
horses with'i lite best results. I had one hordo'
turned over to me for which the owner would
o., hnve taken $21, and after treating b1tr with the
dAStock Feed for t weeks, I conjader. him worth,
Stpw. Mly wife hMttled'%tlleo*loi her chickens,
11 which we e dying raptllty witfi cholera. and she
did clot lose one after v!pg the,f'lst doso.
- Proprietor Liviry 6table.
Sold by all DruegiRta In tIkH county.
*UL.U> itJUA. Oft . Aug 24 18iH
d DR. J.; C. -M4OFFETT-Dear Dootor--W'e gave
.iour 'Teethina" (Teethinor Powders) to our
ittle gralidcihllid With the eapplost results. The
effects were allnot magical and certoinly inure
< satifaCetory thanpa fiur anything we oer taed.
Yburs very truly
Li JOSEP11 .4. KEY,
- -Pastor of St, Paul Church.
.2 AUGUST1A, GA., Feb. 6, 1878.
I.take pleasitre in saying that, I have used Dr.
Aoffrett's T!fF1l'HIN A for my infant with entire
- satisfaclion, I1, tully and pleasantly accom
- 8 pshes tihe purposes for which it Is recommend
. ed. CiIAS E. STAPLES.
of, the role portion of the American piople 45
ir. ytwa o'ago stiffer more or less with iteases of
it the' Iidlys aid blatder, There nh varlous
catse.i I or thi, bul.over work Is the chief cause.
Nothlin in t ho whole M:tAwtri Merlien is so well
-calculated to invlgOlltt ilad reAAe h(Altiy
tone to these organs as aunkin's Conpund
Extroct of litelin aill Juniper. A fewt does
d taken ocensloinlly will greatly beneli all
those who are oilleted with any disease of- the
lzidney or Mhadder.
Prepared only by 11int, Itankin & Inmar,
1O Druggist, Atlanta, and for sale by all Drug
l gisti a this count.y.
)f ANTlocn, TuouP, Co., GA., July 4, 1879.
11in-one of the unlortunate sufferers from
Gravel or disease of the Kidneiys. and find more
t- and speedi'r reiler from Itaijkin's Buchu and
Juniper than anythlnil'. have ever tried. I es.
teom it so highly were thorm bitt one bottle in
the world I would willingly give $100, or any
- amount for it. I recoaitend it, above hl otaer
Urmillar preparat4otis. E. . WINN.
Messrs. Lamat,nVInkin & Lndir Gentlemen:
A meminr or my family whom I - feared had
.Y Consumption has been entirely cured' by th"
use of rewer's LAd Restorer. Ills- condition
y was very alarming to all- of its, and we did
t'every tlg we could thinle,or A6 enefit him.
wit,hout sices, untl I got Aim a bottle of your
d Lung Restorer. lie began to Improve after the
i8 first due and before he had taken two bottles
was en trely cured. Were 1 feared no cure was
possible, anid I most. chet oilly recommend it to
Me Ill wiho have any 4i ections-o(- the lungs. Hie
was coughing and spitting all life tilne, so in
9 cessantly that iL prevented 1i.- steeping at
U- night. and what little wlp he goir did not re
. fresh him in t,he least. lad but little appetite,
and sluce lie began the uso of l1rewer's Lung
iestorer has slept. well and his appetita Is very
i- mieli bet.ter. I have nevvr seen anything act
so promptly and effect % cure in so short at time.
Wishing you great snecess andi hoplug the
1- nbove may influence many to try Brower's
I Lung liestorei where they need a medicine to
strengil hen and restore the Lungs to a healthy
1 condition. I am very respeetfuly.
MtS. 1E. J. WILLIAMS,
T2 Washington Av. near Wesleyan Female
3Sold by the Druggists of this county.
f-L a N,.i'Mr.- ----
PER11RY, HOUSTON COTNTY GA.
We hnve known "Swift's Hyphilitte Spe lile"
tested in liidreds or obstinate cases of Sphils.
Mercurlal Ithelimatism, Scrofulai etc. In made
I- the most, perfect and pCr?nanj*!*t cures in evcry
's Hugh L. Drennard, il Warren,
is Si D. Iillen, -7. W. VUnberly,
e- Ji'age Co. ("a C. Gilb1rt, Drug't.,
J. L. Warren, of J. W. Mann
J. W. Lnthrop & Co.. County Tre.hU'rer.
* Savannah Ga. Wn. D. Pierce, Sheriff,
Ed. .J11cksonl, C. C. Duncan,
,Dep't, CI'k Sup'r Ct. Day & Gordon,
a Wi. Brunson,
Oc We are nequainted with the gent,lemen whose
to signatur'es a pliear to the above certlifent e. They
are citilens of staid county, of the highest re
1, spectalbilit.y and character. , A. 8. G IL ES,
11 ' Ordinary Ifouston Co., (Ia.
IC C~.tk .ilpetorCout.. D. IL. OUliLElt
Clhik Speror our.. otiston count y. (a.
I am jcrsonally ne(lnainl.ed with thle proprie
tears, and nmany of the gentlemen whose slg'n
L,ilies aippear to the foregoIng certificates. 'rley
I,n.aee men of high characte~r andi stanin g.
I.- A. Ht. COLQUlT,
GIovernior of Georgin.
T 'Hl EV SWFT SlPEUII COM PA N Y, Proprietors,
a?ll by alillDrilsts in t his eounlty,
llfor a copy of "Yotimg Men's FIiend."
'C aug 241-2 mnos
H10W WATCIH ES ATRE MA DE.
It will be apparent to any one, who wvilh ex
oamine it Som-D GomD WATrci, that aside from
lIme netssary tulekmt:s* for em.uraving and
e pmoishiing, atlargo proporitien of the phreciouEt
metal uLsed, 'A neededt only to stiffen and hold
the engraved porti6ns Ian place, and supply the
n cessary solidit.y andl strengt.h. The surplus
'gold is actual;y needhess so far as UTIJ.mTY and
beauty are concerned. In .JA M8S B3oS' PA'T
-ENTi GOLD WAT.lCH CASES, this w-A5vE of pre
ciotis metal is overcome, and (lie sA Ma so.ID)lTv
AND STntENdiTil produtced at from One-thirdl to
lw:aplate of naie eomposttlen metal,
specCally adapted to the puripose, hans tivo plates
of 80L151D GOLD soldered one en onohsid. Trhe
i.>ree areo t,hen passed between. polished steel
rollers, and the result is a strip) of heavy plated
compositn, from-'whh the cases, backs, con
t res, bezzles, &e,. aro ct and shaped lay atita.
ble dlies and formers.. The gol in these cases
is sunicently thick to -admit of all. kindis of
chasing, engravIng and' enameling; the en
graved eases have been entried tit1 worn per.
fecily smooth by tiahe and use without, remov
TillS TS TIIECONIX C'ASE MADE WITH TWo
PLATiES Otl' 80LIID (1OLD, A Ni) WAIGI\NTED)
hBY SPECIA L CEWRIFIUAT.
S For sale by (Con nor & Chandler and C. Miuiler.
Ask for lilust,rated Catuih3guc and to see war..
- at meli it-4x1y
JUST IN STORL
NE'W SEED~1 RYE- AND BAltLEYV.
A' LOT OF RIED RUST P1tOOF
aOATS TO AURIVE IN
a ~ A FEW D)AYS
BlAGGING AND TIES.
A futll and1( comnilete, stock of Family
alul1 l'lanhtaitiOnl Grocries Will alWays
b)e foutul aIt myl establlimnt, anld
they Will be0 soldi at prices to snIlt the
tilhnes. (GIvo me1 a call anid youI shall be
D. U. XiL E N N I E N.
D. W. .E. AIKElN;
Druiga. MedJiclnes, Toilet Goods,. tes