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If the imerclid..,.ould-drape their
pliaces of busiiness v . red'onl Friday,
it would havo a goo4 ot.
CROWDED OUT.-W ,ad prepared
an (lborato report of t diyn .ting
on Monday night, but it 4sir,owded
'To'TnII tAMnRs.-The Tadies of' the
t ivn and vicinity are invited and re
quested to met the Committee on
Decorations this-morlnig at i o'clock
in the phies hi-retiv of Qolon1cl'Rion's
to assist in-the-work 1.Ssigned the con
mnittee. T. R. tonEmoN,
Tho next Dine Reading ofthe series
will be held at-tie residence of Mr. D.
R.. Flenniken tliis- eveniig. The
change in the evening is made on ftc
count of the political demonstrStibn
to take place on to-morrow. All
should go out to these pleasant enter
tainments. Let those intending to go
note the change from bViday to Thurs
CoTTON--Winnsboro is offl'Ig the
lop of the market for cotton. Some
other places have a, way of paying a
fancy price for two o three balcwmere
ly to run up the quotations, but for an
aiverage non excel Winnsboro. Cot
ton is coming in vell. On Saturday
last Mr. R. J. McCarley bouglit one
huiindred and sixty-three bales. Pret
ty good for one day.
* ~ We are 'regnestedito give notiee that
tihe distingaishing badge f' the- chief
Marnlshal to wear at the Democratic
Dar'ado to-morrow will be a blue sash
to be wornz fr'om thme right shoulder to
the lef't side of'the waist, and for the
assistanlt marshals a blue rib)boni fasten
edi to the breast of' tile red( shirt. Thle
committee on recep)tion will wear a
red ribbon tied in the button - holo- on
the breast of the coat.
Nmoir'r lILooIIINO CEREUs.-Mrs.
Lil.bie Sihl has a-f night bloomning
cer'eus six yearn old whichlihas' had
~ - evenlteenl blossoms Onl it tis year and
~as not yet stopped0( blooming. Her'e
Stot'ore the-blooms have openedl inatrha
bly on Sunday niight, but this year
there were ten iikone week, and Sun
day yas niot alone fmWorede I-s it the
custo'n of these p)lanits to bl6o0m - on
Sundalmy, or shlall we~ consider this a
A SAD Mcen>ERT.-Whlle Mr. Pros
toln Rion was engaged in glimning.. on
Tuesday, lhe brushed away thle" seed
that had accumiulated, when the saws
caught his sleeyc and drlew~ i-'hI&r loft
hand,. cutting a1( nd mngling it fearfu
ly. A fter some deTay surgical atten
tion was prmocur'ed, anud It wvas found
~( iinecessary to amputate the arm above
the wrist.- At last accounts he was
doing svelh'. Sincerest symp)athy is oR
tendced to hlim in thisa serious afiliction.
THE - TURNOUT ON 1i'il)AY4t is
ho ped1 'tlia) the- Winnisboro clubi w Ill
parad1e-n full force on Fr'iday. There
boJiuld be as many mounted r'ed shirts
In linle as possible. -A- large number
of the members are anxiod to parade
if they can get the horses. We hope
that those parties who- have spare
hlorses wvill offcer them to otlierN for* the
par'ade. -This rally is not for display
merely. It is a business mnatter, and 'a
first-class p)ar'adb:- Alr'citizens having
horses or mules to-land will please no
tify Mr. J. E. Mfoonali so-cr'etarly of
thle Democratic Chub, as sooni as possi
lRIDGEWA Y, Sept. 22-Thie metch#ants'
of tidgewvay have signed a' pled1ge to
close th'ei- stores on Fairfield's (day,r
R.' S. D ESPORTES & CO4.
R UFF & CL.OUD,
WYLIE J. DAvis,
-TrOMAs 11. DAVIs,
Si,. F. CoPRir,
JDWD. K. McQUATTERIS.
Thecy 'ill1 don gory shlrtS; and be in
line on t'hat day, boomning for Hancock,
-'aTppiness i like manna. it Is to
Sbe gathered lin' grains an lnjoyed
every day. It will not keep; It can
not be accumulate'd ; nor hayo- we to
go out of ourselves- or. Into remote
plaes8 fo gather lt,.slnce It has rained
down fVeom heaven-at mirvoy. do6rs,
or rather, vithin 'them.. ,
z'ri XEWS .FOM MAk.
An- Independent View of tW fiportanoe of
the liecent Election..
From the New York Herald, September 14th.
The R1epublicans of- Maine seem to
havb, "reckoned without their' hosti"
Instead of the handsome victory which
they boastnrily p.roclaimed on Satur
day and -Sunday. they have had a nar
row esealie fiomi de'ent-ir indoed it
be al escape, which is inprovabli.
The gaills ou ,the vote-of last year,
which they so confihently predioted,
have turned out to be 16sees. The re
sult is calculated to encourage, not
them, but the Denmocrats. The Re
publicans-have done their utmost in
canvass.- No stone has been left' un
turned. Senator Blaine has inanaged
the calpaign in .perpon; ils anhiliating
voice has been leard In every part of
the State.. Besides a host of native
orators a grent array of-first rate speak
im- talent. has .been subsidized from,
otler States-inaking the canvass one
of the liveliest in recent years.. Maine
scnds forth a large nurnber of sailors,
and a great proportion -of the Republi
.canl sai ors were called. home-to vote.
AlVof the government clerks in -Wash
ington-w-ho are citizeis of Maine got,
leave of absence and reduced railroad
fares to participate in the lection.
The arrangeients for conve, i' aged
.or intirin voters to the polls were more
complete than they have over been be
lbre, and the weather favored their at
tendance. Moreover, Mr. Weaver.
the greonbaok candidate flor the Presi
dency, was juduled to go to Maine
and attempt-to divide an i-demoralize
the fusonlists. Ad yet,-ij spite of all
these efirts and advautgges, the Re
pitbleans have cither I 2t the-Stitt or;
have come so nearj ng it as to nmake
their recent boasts ridiculous. They'
estimated their majority at not les'a
than five thousand, and soine of the
thorm SAinguine put it as high as ten
thousand. It is fainng oft from great
expectations to find it doubtful w1ihth
cr they have a majority at all, and not.
imP;robable that the *1sion ticket is
The Republieans-have been'boasting
that thev would*carrV all the Congresl
sional districts, but iistead of this they
have probChly elected only two of th'e
five,-the'the fusionists holding the two
districts they had'and gaining iFeed's
district. There is, of course, disap
pointment and dismay among: the Re
publicans and astonishment as- well as
great rejoicing among the Demnocrats,
.for the fusion victory is inl the interest
Thore'tUrns from Maine will infuse
life and hope into the Democratic enit
vass, which las -heretofore beenl heavy
and slugirish. Rich Demnocrats willE
nov contribute more freclv for electiow,
expenses in the persuasiom that the
money will not be wasted. The par'ty
will entertain no doubt of'its ability ti
carry Iiainiia, and m1ayc perhaps prose
cute a vigo1ou. campaign inl Ohio,
The Rheprblicasir would not be quite
free from apprehensions respecting that
State after losing or nearly losing
Maine. The majority of Ifayes il
Ohio was less thInI three thousand,
and the Democrats need not give up
the State inl despair after gailning a
New England-State which they did not
expect to earl-y. At aiy r'ate enough
sean-'be4one in Olfto to -prevent a full
coticentrationi of-Repnblican etrorts on1
Indiana and'thereby facilitate a'Demo
cr'atic victory in this importa'at- State.
W~ith Indiana secured and' Ohto ren
der'ed donbtfui ,4.he supporters -of-Han
cock may r'easonably expect to car'ry
Now York, New Jersey ando Connecti
eut, and to have' more electoral votes-'
TIhe result iuKNfine puts a newv f'ace
on the situation.- Br inmpartine? confi
dence to the Demio.iats and aY'airming
the Rtepublicans, it will iutflame the
zeal amid spur the activity of both. The
country will no0w enter' on -a contest'
moore stirenuous and heated than has
been witnessed'-ir'our-politics ini a -oing
' Toi.-The tables are -i'rne'1. Not'
many vear's ago a large portion of tile
toys nied byv the children of America
came fi-Om hulrope. Bunt no0w not only
aF'O th&'many in'vention~s which hlave
origiiiMed in our' country sought by
foreigners, -butt thys formofeily mad'e
abroad arle nmaniufactured mlore cheap
ly hlere, and the old wvorld-buys large
ly fromt the' neW. Last year time ex
p)ort ti'ade' ini toys wvas over $1,000,
000. American steam toys and me
chanidal toys hlave r'apily multiplied
within a few v'ears, anldate- exported
ill large quanitietn so also.' im and
wvooden tovs, whilh much eteel Euro
pea n products in style-; finish, . and
ASupply of Watt Plows, Belting,
Hemp amid Rubber Packing.
J. -F. McMASTE'R & CO.
Hl21l house and lot now occupied'by
...W. H. Korrt Esq. Tho" lot has a
front on Vanderhorst 8t. of i17-feet, an'd
a dopj.th of 213 feet. 'Lie house is newy. in
exceenet repair, and on the pr'emisos. are
a goo4 well and all necessary outbuik1
ings. Fossession given January 1, 1881.
Torma miodeiate. Apply to
JWO S. 1REYNOLDS.
AIL-.persons who bought stock
from me lhst spritig orr time whose
notes are duo first October, will
please be prepared to meet-them. as
full payment wlU be required.
Prompt payment will only enable
me to accommodate them next
CORN ANb FODDER
Dellvered at my SfA ble onLCollgress
'Street, located one door' sotih of the
Ladd. building. ''
D O N'T 1B UY
You;..E EM sSa
A STOCI of Furni t1tre, ""hich ll he the larwest, handsomet'and chea11- i
et cording to quality, and for design and waorkmansip unequaled.
Rememncinber- that aill-myiv goods are warranted to be as represente,l. Price your
Furniure elsewhere, then come to the firt-class store whelre vo will lave tlie
best sliOn an1d cal) bli cheaper. lr ia lilnd tihnt . liip guo1s to Itidge
wal. Blythewood, White Oak, Woodwaird's, Blaelstock,-anld as far as Chester s
and Yolk. This is a rec-omnidatilon of the quality aid price of Iy goois. I
A new supply of Wind11ow Shades, Wall -Pockets, Brackets, Mirrors, Pictur-e i
Frames, Chiroimos, lat Rucks, andj 1ook Slelves, cheaper than the cheapest. 1)
The largest supply of Tin Chamber Setp; made I.o matcl Cottage anid ham
JOr S1its.- Call aid see them. A new supply of .'rng Maclimes as good as
aly. Don't Buy a Machine increly because vour mother or your neigibor ins 01
it aind likes it. IRemember thiat most of the *machlbe that 'ar o ' st In'gely n
puifl'ed have but little imcrit.. The one you want is the one that will Save you
time and vexation, andl not iseless, irtin light aid will last a long time. I have e
it. Rtemember the GoldI M1dal was awar(ded-to o1e ot' the Macehies I represent
over* eighty co1gpetitors.. I can referu you to manym that areC usimng it, and11 it hats ..
always given eitire satisfaetionl. Rtmbe that 1 am agent for a Door and I
Sash Factory. All orders enitrusted to me will have promipt atteition and at
the lowest prices.- Fulriiture nleatly reptireld !it m1od0erite prices. I ill) also
preparbd to Imlake to order. Lumber and Shingles For sale at siall profits. Sew- I'
mlg Machline Needles alid attachments and parts of Machiu nes ean be had Ollough "
mc. Don't fiil to call beore purchasing clsewhiere. R'. W. Ph .ll IPS. n
G~RANbU. FALL OPEN(NG
--AT- * Ij*1
P. LANDECKER & BROS'a
IffAVING jutut retirned from the North, we can assuro our friends and 0
customers that we hafvo secured the filint selection of Fall and Win- -
ter Goods. Full and complete assortment of the-latost Novelties for fa,l1
KID GLOVES! KID GLOVE3 '. Two and threo Buttons, 50 cants. h
English Lisle Thread Gloves with tvo, three and six buttons,-all sizos, ol
both'in white and colors. 0 1
~J~IO TETNY, E~~(ST '-A TRiLY- hi
lAdies" and Misses' Colored Iose in variety. Men's Half Hoso-all
Our stock of White Goods, Embroidcrics, Handkerciiefr, Notions, &c.,
has never been moro complete. -
Gents' Furnishing Goods in all the new and attractivo stylos. New F
Clothing in new styles and at old prices. Notwithsutanding the advane in
the price of woolen fabricsr, wo are receiving the largest and landsonei4f ia
stook of fine and mueditumOlothing that has oveor benoi exihited in the -
Boro, which we will sell at LAST FALL AND WiNTER PRIGS !
An ipispection is respectfully solicited.
P.LANDECKER & BRO.
STOP AND SEE B 4 U BUY.
CLOTH1lG STORE ON
We ha-ve the finest and largesit stock o.rs
Ever before brought' to Winnsboro. We bog all whdo have to wear 11
Clothing to come and examine our stock, and compare goods anud picos S
not only with Winnsboro Stores, but also wvith ainy Clothmng Store in"
Columbia. All we ask is to please comoe and look before buy.ing elsewhere. K
SUGENH EIMLER & GRORSCIIEL
NEW GOO0l$. SMOKERS
___T A KE N O TI1E.L
JUJ'T IlECEIVfIYIa fresh supply FV IOSN
of Choice Groceries. The follow
ing is a list of my leading articles: :11 O(K ~ ?!1I
Clark's Best Augusta Flour, i' IAfUJIS
Clark's Bolted Meal and Pearl Grist.
Also, a Fresh lot-of WVhoat B3ran. -CGAS
FIVE TrH OUSA ND
Granulated, Staindard A, Koy- CIG 11.
stone A, Extra C, and all the lower ___
COFFEES. .t. E E 1 C
Green and- Roasted-all grades--F E C NT CG R
Fi-oshli anned Goods of. all kinds, A M E BR I C A.
Fresh PIckles and Sauces.
I1500 Gallons Wines -and Liqnors ..-A'I. .
of all grades,P
Give me w call arnd get a Bargain. F. W. IIABENUI''S. I
W. 1. T30NLY, ' OATS I OATS!!
an 17 n the orner IVId 1ONDRlD bsh,ols of pea.fedf/ 3
ag 17_____On__ thekCrner pure Red Ruist-1'roof Oat.s, w'arrant- n
- in f ran for sale by.i :AVS
\_ \t 44% Montiheello, Fairnll Co., S. C.
I"A '~R-LOA D of the celebrated St.ud o.
r, -- l kr WVagons, a.ll sizesiu, to arrive
2 by the st'otSoptembeir. As we have be
fore sold many of these *wakon9 in the e'
socounty, please ask those using thorm itte rgo. V1.I)T' CO t
0 .ang17 - '
say CHE8EICEESE !
FOR STA11 SENATOR.
The many frienda of Capt. I. A. 0AI,
AitD woul respoetfully nominato nl
a ct eandidato for the etito, mibject t<
M Action of the D6emocratiC primaries.
Te maiy friendi of col. BAYLIS E
L KIC N no m in at t himl as I t 0:idki -atI fo:
to Senato from VAirfield e)utity, siubjec'
tho r guliationsof tile primany election
The fricnisof ir. 11. YONOUE MILL
NG repAstfui tilloy nmit itato him for Coro
er of Fairield Couvty--mtbjet to th<
mulh of the Domocratio'lrimambry.
The frienus of Mr. G.. IIINNAN'I
ominato hitm for re-i-lectinn to offico o
oronor. Hubject. to the action of the
FOR JU)GE OF PIOBATE.
The friend. of N!r. TIiO. ~. I'L, r
wetfillv nomilnato him fo the ofllen o
robato Judge of FaillMled (ont, sub
I't to the action of the Detmodratv
AMessi.s. Edimorsv Plei-o attlilhoo thE
resei incu111mbhent, J. It. 11vieC, Judgl
'Probate, a4 a candidate for re-eletion
th onmsuing election, Hobjout to the le
on of the Demoeratic party at. tho pri
iariem. By no dtfimg you %vill obligo his
I , MA' FmIEND-4.
'OR41 8C10OL COM11MISSION11R.
The frie.as of Mt. JOl1N BOYD, apl.
reciating tho' skill, zeal and fidelity
ith whiolh he has discharged the dutii
Hohlool CnmIlmision .r, respectfully
minato him for re-election-mh-iject to
e action of tie Demiocratie pimainries.
The fr ;s of the REV. JAA1VE DOUG
APS r(-. ectfully nominato him for the
1sit,ion of School (omnmissiomer of Fair.
1ql ConMty at the enum41inig eletioll
bject to the action of the Diomuratic
rily at the primwriem.
FOltR P EEN A V .
Alessrs. Jdliforv: PIIlea milounce time
o of Major JAS. PAQAN as a candi
,t. for tho fjogitlatire--subject to the
nmoeratic primaries. MANY FIuNDS.
The friends of Mr JOUN W. LYLES
hIieving that he will fiithfull repre.ont
I the iiterests of tie peoiplo, renpcetful
notiirift him for a -eat in the .llote
tepresent ativus---ij et to the action
The friens Hof-T. P. MITCELL regard
ii itted to reprbont, the counht inl the
ou1o of ItCpres01ntatives, alntd resp;ectftlly
tlinit his limoo to tle Dmulcrlits o'
iieild for their action in tie primary.
\We presmnt C.he rniae nPt Maj. 0. E.
F1OMA-S to tho Deinomratic voiiom of
l ld colunty ats on t,hat wvill ably anli
heiently repre-ent tit in tie State Leg
lt ir -e-mui)ject to the Democratic pri
'Tho many frivnis of the Hon. Tilit 1s.
URTI. alppreeiatin ;i in high degre
is pit services in tihe H115111o of Ropre
nilatives, r1p0c ,6uly nom:n ito hilm for
-lcoio, flbj11t t'; th yesult of the
6mocratic primary election.
M'rsrs. J:dlilors: Please anno01110 Mr'.
Nl EiS B. 'lU]BNE atms a candidnito fox
e _Legilature at the ensinig (election,
Sij l(lect to tihe actionuc of h Deumocraim
1:uit tihe priumaries. Jt - .s0 ding you
ill oibiige is. Ai ANY FmExrins.
..Ie.'o'rR liors: We b)eg to present te
o favoraubie consierafimn of time vote'l:
irfiiield c'imnity alr. GEORGE II. Mc
AS'TEli ais a cand'iiidate for one of oim
epresnmtativ'es in thme next Legimslaturo.
'e p)rsent his~ nme with tihe lml assur11
meo of his high quliica~ttions for t-hi
stingumishmed positmion, form in addition te
.finish 'of (e( neationi anmd acnetmowleidgedl
oril'orth hile is oneO of the most publ11it
irited c'itizens inl OUr' county, anmd as
mch e:mniot fr,il to be a nmoximt'unflil mno
ri (of our Legaiatture. MANY VorTEIs.
'Thm frhonds of It. N. McMASTLER, Esq.,
Ripectfully nomijmato Iini for thti 0fico ci
mwrii'o 01 amirliield Co luty, subljeoct to thmc
[ion of the. Domocra:tic primaryv.
.JMssrx. Idlor's: Pleso annouilco Mr
. E. ELLI'ON. JRl., as a candidato fom
erifforF Jiairloilit County, at tihe ensu
i'cletioni --mtub-ject to the( acitioni of th<(
embhm'u ien friendam'f.\ir.IJNO. Ena.
r Shmer'iY of' Fairticd Cony-ujc tc
me- action of the Daemrtic 'primeary.
alMessrs.. lilors,': As nonminatitons; are ir1
T-g -INO. ii. D)AVIS ais a caindidart.e foi
courise, to the action of tihe ])emocr'atic
I'imariesa. M~ANY Fnrissia.
Mesqsrs. FiIlors: I easci anfnounoe Mmr.
'i. L, RICHJMOND) as ia candmidrmte fom
Nori.0Yat time ensmuiymg (liOOtioin -stbje'ct Ic
to action of time D)emocratimc Clubs mat tim
rumnaries, an dl0) obige MIAN r FlINOs.
Mesr .J'ilors.: Please anmnonnen c Mr'
Pret'ston tCoopepr as a can:didlate for th1m
entiocticmj 111o maion for sheiriff tit thm
ming election (mubje'ct to time decision
thme pr'imitAry election) and oblige '' '
Ilnds 11n the
SODTtiWESTJ:nN POnTIrON of Ti C
OR COUNTY COMMIS3SIONEi
The many fr'iendsm of Mr. .JOUIN FEN
EY noiminanto hmimi nu a candiat I'm
m)inmty Comh.mmisioner-subiject to the
:tionm of time D)emnocrt.te pimmaries.
Mess)'s. JUik,ts: Pleasei announ ce Mr.,
\COS IIOOKMAN as a caldiudato for tht(
lieo of C~ounaty Commimsmoner (for Fauir
elid Ciomuty at time nsuing m,lictionl, stab.
ect ton the Demiioeraitio pri lmary.
Pleaseo munnounce Mr'. J. Win. IWROWN at
entndidaito for Connty Ciom lmissioner,'
uijet to t,he ationai 0of time D)mmocratic
rimmarios. Mr. Brown hmas been1 unIanli
omaly enmdossedm by the BlytieWood chlb,
MesrsR. Pior's: The many friendus ci
[in. JNO. A, STEWART'f respwet.fuli3
cmiaulmto him as a ca'iaofor' [1 no oile
County Co:nmissioner, mubject to th<n
Afrssr'., )'kilorq: P'lenao ammnnunce THOS[1
.OWVINGS, Erml., as a cammndae for' [1m
nieo of (Coun ty ('otmmissionour- -Htmbjc
time notion of time Demccrtim Prmimnari esi
id oblige his MANy' FimrzNs).
Mesv'srs. JIMidors: PleaseO annmfounfce 1'IX
N II. ROBER T'NON, Esq., as a candcimdatu
>r time office of County Commrniusinor ri
me ensuing (mection, subimjecit to the a<itto
([tho Democratio.primiariese, And oblige
is MAnly 1PlEm.aa
FOR COUNTY COM.MSSIONER
Messrs. 141itors: P'loase announce Mr.
CIAIRLES DOUGLASS an a candidata fol
County Commtissioner of Fairlield, Rub.
icut the rosulb'of-the-Democratio prianry,
Tho friends of Mr. JAMY8 W. COLE
MAN respecttully nominate himi -for thc
otlice of County Commissioner of' Fair.
ileid-asulet to the action- of the Demo
Ms*rs. FIlors: leae announce Mr.
.1 E. POWE,L as a condidato for the oflfc(
of(.otnty Coniidonor at the ensaiing
lee ion---subject to tle action of the pri.
ianty clcut ion of .tho Don ocratic elubs.
The friends of Capt. JOHN A. HIN.
NANT respectfully nomiinate him for ro
ele<tion to the 1tloo of County Com1mis.
sioi er- subject to the re.;ult ot'the Do.no.
Xrser . Elitors: The friefidR of WIL.
IANI AII(EN, Emiq. respectfully announoe
him a eandidate for County (omm1is.
4aner at. the vinuing election, Rub,ject to
the result of the Deinocrattic primaries.
.Ne.vs. 1tie.: PIl-se at-uAne Mr.
-J. A. TURKETT, of Cedar Oro.k, os-a
ciindidate for Count isa ner at the
ensuing election,-subj th actio?V of
the U-mouratic prim and bligb
.YessrA'. wistors: Pivnso 1%innounoIA JAS.
it. iARVlEY. Est., as a candidate for the
offico of County Comuis:sinnor at the on
siling electionl- -slibvjet. to the notion of
the Demloeratic chlmhs at the primary elec
tion--and oblige his
NesSrS. 151ilor.: Ple.ao alInoDunce Mr.
i1. M. ZEALY as a oindidate fhr the office
of County Commiissioder At the cnsuilng
vloctiol--*-fiubject t the action of the
Dineocratic'prilhary. MAN'Y FRAMtNrS
Mlrs:/.. I';1ors: Phvase annonneo -IR.
ROlkItT ). BOLICK as a candidate tor
County Coini:ioner-of-Fairtfeid at the
onsuing election-subject tdrthe actiot of
the Duiocratio primary.
Tho frient iot Air ,lames 4 Heron, of
Salem, respeetfuily nominate him for-the
cile or' (onunty Ommis sioneor at the en
suing election . .nhject to the action of
th wDemoorat io primliary.
'l'ho ninny friends of Mr. M.H. H M%
GRADY nominato him as a candidate
for County Commissioner at the ensuing,
elect-ion, subject to the action of, the
TO TlfE VOTERS OF PAlIRFIELD.
G.NxTI.EMEN-Impelld by a sense of
duty o lily country iad promtipted wi.th a
d(siro to erve miy fallow-citiVens. Tihere
by offer myHelfas a candidate for tile df
flee of County Comnissioner, 11bject to
the aclirM' of the bhenocrati prituaries,
an(1 With the hopo01 that lly claim may
meet with duto considerait.ion from iy
TYROY T. LUMIPHIN.
LUDPEN & BATES'
'TilIE MUSIC W)USE OF TIHE0 HOTI!
REMOVAL TO OUR
All I mmellso Muic ''emnple.
Two large stores, eh 30 foot front anid
four1 stois h5igha, frontinjg on t hree'strlhots
arn i filled froma collar to loft w(ithl musical
sua pplies. Nothling to comIparO With it in
tile Southern States.
A 7Rb' STOR A',
A BIG STUOCR,'
A BIG TRADE,
AND MORE.l TO COME.
D)urinlg tho ton years sinco olIr estaib
lishmenOtt of our h1ouso wOelt' havoveloped
the mici tradel of the South to a won
derful degree, but, as yet we have only be.
guan. 'Wc ate, not many yeark ahlead, a
b)usiness of a million a .j car, aund to takeo
care of tis (enormIous t.rade we have pro
videod our presenlt mam111moth warereoms.
Fall 1-trad 188t' will lie immanense. We are
readly for it. For mon)ftbaf our senior part
inor has beeni at tilhe Ntirth conitTnctifig
with Piano alTrd Organ mann'lfacturora for
trume nnti. I !o has coioluided most
van tageousl contracts, and tile Pianos
,d Otgauns ar1o "comilng, Coming" 100,000
motre, by every steamer. New Styles, New
Pric-es, New '.I'ermsu, New Storo, Now Do
SPECIAL 01L"ER'6 FAJll 1880.
Casqh prics with three Months credit.
During mnonths of Aug. Sept. and Qot.
we will Hell Pianos and Organs at LowEs'T
hASn PmonsCE, payable $25 Cash on a Pi
anlo or $10) (ash on an Organ, with the
ba,lanuco in three months, WIThOUT iNTEn
WHAT D)0 YOU SAY TO Ti FFER?
Writo for Illustrated Catalogues -and
Now Price Lists for Pall 18 b0, and pre
pare to be astonished.
LIJIDEN & BATES'
WhIolesale Piano and O'rgri Deal'rs
FO.R iS1Y1%0Wh .N J C (iOO E,
ANEW an pp )ltI 1'erfo for
Rtlsao at~ the I)rn $tor'oota
GREAT VA RIE11
f"WOU mostrespetfuliy inf
my cfistomiers and 'tUVe'c'tlznw--of Vat
field geieralfy, -that I:kcelt'stlbo
A11l supply- of, ffine - iquorej Clga
Tobacco, ie- &c.,. and - gitvaran
satisfaction t6' any one' ghylig
trial. - My stock' con-dsts a It6 #
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BASS & CO.'S' IMPORLT1D' AI3l2.
PURE 'CRAB AlPPLE' CID~ER
PUitE' NATtiRAL' APPOLONA..
5 FOIR-25 CENTS.
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CTE WING TOIRACCOh-.THREIg
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01F''THIE SEA SON SERVED'
AT ALL HIOURS OF
THlE DAY, TO SUIT THlEMS
F. W. IIAflINJCen
R EA R OF TO WN-HATJIX
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v'Tag ayra anid Old' Gov. Jav
Rio 'an k Ol Gov.- Java Itoase.
TXeas, Black, ?inperial,. Gitnjiowe
anid Young. I4lysori.. -~
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matoIs, Salrnong Cbtwed y3o,Doj~t
H-amn and Trurkev Sardlneq, o
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servosi-Pin fl a t ll,
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