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TUESDAY, October 10, : * a 1 I80.
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I S. R E.NrDS. As8001ATM .EDITOH.
'W'E DVMOC1t A TIC E T-JC.7,. A C1
WINFIEL) SCOTT HANCOCK. p
For Vleo-Prolilelt. CO4l
AILIAMI 11. 1ENGLISH. .Just
For Governor. -RoIl
For Lieutenait-Governor. on
'. D. KrENNain'.
For Comptroller-Gneria, of,
J. C. COI. 1ol
'For Secretary of State, inlI
R. Mt. Sills. 0n11
For Attorney-General. L.c
Lmtor F. YOUMANS.
ZFor Superintendoit of itlueattion. li V
fica -mt 8.TO SON. Was
'For Adjutant and Irispector-General. .bem
ArlUit Al. MANOA.ULT. ]uot
For State Treastirer. Otis
J1OIN PiETrI iicii.\ItI)SON. E01
For Conlgress.-Fouarth I)Istrict.
JOIIN I. E1VINS.
For Solilctor-SIxti Circilt. whi
'T. C. GAST1ON. wVO(
For State Senator. 11er
UIENltY A. G.\ui,.m.
JoIIN W. LYL.E
rCHARLEyg E. TuiIAS, fl
( kORGm K II. MciMASTRI. illI
For Shorifr. .
JOliIN D.INCC'ku ,I ., ooul
For Probate tldgo. She
el. It. IBOYLCs. wI'l
Tor School Coilssioner. Seel
JOIIN 130-1. furl
For Counly Comn i s1oners, full
11. Osu.u Dume. L2
JOnN A. .IIN'NANi'WP 1)0
JtisR. II LtvEy. fl
For CXproner. ll
U 1-:014 S. 1 lN N A NT. at 1
"OI.QUIT'llS 3I.\,JourrY WAtS A7.(),o \
ald wve notice that thie 1epublicans aid
sa3y nothiig abot. sending speakers to
TilE NrjoNx limE'Il.1t.N Com- bit
mjit~tee, will inaheo no speciail eilbrot to (()n
Carr. Souti'arol ina. They think it s
of nto use. In this, their hids are hva
Till:. GAIN OP SIX RIt.:rIIC.AN C'o11- his
gressien inl Ohio muist :o0 be con.. ii
siered at Clear gai.The inst L i.
latulre, which wvas Repnlicanl, getrv- "
Imandered the Shate so that 1they were11 p.akn
obliged to gi ailit. least 1o1. Te Th
have gatnitted two Conlgressmeni ant'l i I.
1>erhaps three, over the vote of' IP .
:AY, 'lii IlV' Iil-:PL' l.ANs
Car'Id'cl .Indialla by re'iler', ninaids ro
that. Ihev C1n't. aiiord to (keep them T
lere till Noveilher. Ic ice he looks er
hr the redemption of' Ii;a ill 4)
vem'fber. It. is.a not)riou; 1het.hat
L :hiers, the Demiocrat i( candit fio 1b
( ovCI'llor, 1rall severn I itholi tlid vts (i Ii
behiini1( his ticket whlilei llanieccl s (
everl ttusand v'otes str1oniger thaniii
I i '
grss ad hoghlee i ineras arei ihn S
b(n igs 1. er at11 ii ll publicanso the de
andii4 Gruenar. The iie sliluli- of v(1
cans il i hav gaine nto Congre1(ls i .N d'ist
thrs far, onakig .tO it I )em iocrat 1
feuican])0sh and 1', 1 reenbackesl' tilt'
bingtw rqmr'ed asramajorit of the dee~
the ou. he tDemcrats lcannotiil j'On
York1 Cy1 ~i'iity, owtinOWilg to teDmcai
etwion o tree Greenback, ditict in sa
tSouth.1 heides ti, the .leieubsli-ero
cinl ceaied covtro testrit lasdi he r
dvsOno the ooeSitietn. .eti
Th e D~emocrats8 have r'ecovei'ed fl'om
thle temphlorary3 reCpulse ini Iniana~i, and (1
are' takinhg ai fre'sh andu deterIimed
gr'ip. Just as the loss8 of' IMnine st imu1- $$
lted te lIepublicanis inl .Indlina, so) toi
their v'ictory hasl nervedCt te Demo- 5po
cr'ats inl the Eai~st, and1( bothI parilties are G
sett ing ini w~ii t dsperationi. While a h
thle reCsult , the morei' thloughflul arie bie
too sooni. Secretnary Shlermtian himiself t'
ini ai s'pechl 8ays: '"The Priesidenit ial toi
b)e1 SIILtes to ech an d eivery' State inl pl
public oiion, thouighI very hioipefuil ("
tor' thle .lhepulic~ani parity, areC not1 so
det'isive btl that Ite 1)eople mu2st now~'~ul
dliigenitly and2( acttiv'ely take Itei' part (on
in the gr'eat, canvassth85 is fall, which in ('ia
ian anly 81ince the elect ion ofI A braam
Lincoli ini I8(0.' f li
Th'Ie D emlocr'ats ofI NewV York are '
mlinied to hoh( lie forf' . Newu er2ser' tall
has18not 1 gon Itepubll)ican ini ai Pri'.- t l
dietmlt elcto ihre lngiii t'. (on.. - flit.
netctswinghs in teblne ai h
torn ia, Nevatda andl 11 hlint 'e all fair--2 to <
Sy (loulbtfulI, and1( Shiei'ium Is i'ighit in u
v. hile cliin 1g decisiv~e resul ts, .sho lii ns~I
by' their alctionI that it' thdo noit l thli
ct idenit. They arec to seiIS ispeakers'
n ai Floriaida. Whyll sentd monevW co
down1'i here wlithout need for' it ? 'The~y e've
are' f (0 ihrewtd to wa'Jste a cet. 'i(
Thi111 is at year' (t surprli'ses. Vermionit.
lmu'lIrised every'body by'i giving. an*-C
heils of I his camfleNIn Alie's f ii hlerbo t
Ii 11 urprise the 1IllR'adin. Thenii e'll Ot.
Judianahl's srpriise to the il'otpld, ~
4, who barely hold their own in th6,
t of Gartleld.
Autcbodv is going to be surprised
%ovember. Who It is remainis to
;ceii. 11 th aueantoine pusIl things
A BAD B0EIVEI.
311d Dying in Its Mother's Arme WhUe
i Father Is Being Tried for Murder.
From t1e LAimaStOr RHOviOw, october 6.
ersois who wero present inl the
rit house ist Thursday siorning
ats the case of tle State vs. James
>inson an d James Lucas, charged
Il muitirder, wals calledl, witniessed
of (the saddest scenes that ever
*ilrred Iin this county'. The moridng
itcstion had been set for the taan
the above-named prisoners-Jas.
ilson being chargottd inl the indict
t wit) tie mlurder of Moses Lucas
he 6th of August last, and James
ats as thel accomplice. Itobinson's
had come to town to be present
10 trial. She brought her four
Jlrten along, the youngest of whomli
all Iflit. This littc thilig had
i-quite ill for somt1e tni but the
her did not think It was daller
I so. On the day stated 1lrs.
1nson was present ill tile Court
, an(d it her sid seat her threc
(, bare-footed children and her
faced, sid looking husband,
1st in her arl's, wrapped ill i red
>lenI shawl, she held close up1) to
bosom (lie Crall body of her infit
s ftce as pale as clialk and Its eyes
1/ its if inl death1. Th1e woman
elf, weigited down with sorrow
dist ress-fo' licri infant was dying
er 111118 1111as d her liisband was
ut to be tried for his life-l'present
L mad, sad spectacle to those who
d o111101 her tear-stainled face, as
sat nrsing her dying baby. The
le the Court, was ullawlare of the
30 -in' its prescuce. The Judge
led1 over the leaves of tile calendar
called the case of "Tle State
inst James Rolbinsoin and James
as-inditmnt, murder." Tle
I. llothelr looked 111) on3izingoly
heaved the deepest sigh we ever
r1, an(d her lit-lo chiilron, Seated
er side, Sobbed Iudibiy. It was a
ieit of ext relie sadiess. Colonlel
Iie, fluslied with emotion, arose
in tones husky and llterinig,
ed th1at, lie h ai sad dtIty to per
it- to ask thie indiuo-lence of tile
Irt th e a while, ats the iinthiit child
'11 o(fthe isonCrS was tlOghought to
lyinig inl its Iuioher's arms inl tle
i-room31. The Judlge -eaned .-om
1htiri, 111d reslng his face in his
<Is, looked lt thOe mlother. We
id not, a word, for we had turned,
heai(d an1d walked oil'; but, thie
011(er -,itt 1her, pale and wall, wit)h
iltle three year ld gir i in his a11111
is .thrioc other childrenl lt, his
-led file way from file cour1t
11, followed by I ihe stricken wit
hiier itilil.. They were accomn
ied by1) pt rl' li ie ilun113er,1'
y reltu'ned to 1hC .j1il, whero tle
d was gfrII) every ilIentioll, bult lit
1 o'clock tha1t. n3ighlt1 the fl-ickering
-k ol the trail little life went ouLt.
the baby pas8ed froimi the 13arrow
3c(nes by whoich it, had been sir
ldld Ohwl day,
I e v Iie.s h-1 leen clled after the
Ik. i .ring and the prisoner
ph ma "not gniilt'" to 0he ar
nivati., I linil0111311111g of a Jury
bgun . Mrs. 11obinsoiil hell 1er
Shthy o the kimid attention of
'rii ndwas pr'esenit ini the court
nig t hel~ 1evening. AlMtc' -ald
-'itt shte 1rene to her' inft't
;m1tve. it. ('V(ory ait ietion10 possible,
to no( aivail.
l',n ili' (,3eingifl of( the court the
I u ing3ii airs'~. JlIibinson and1( heri
e' ch~~ieni were ini thir ph1ee's'
ii nt ini the keep ing3 of' friemds at
iail to1 be1 prt~sent upon11 tihe scen330
' dayi ---:iiother' and3( strong3 proof
4)3313's delOvol ion in th 1le hotur of
3\.o. TheIa bereave 1''1womanl3 sait as
e lo iheri 1hiband 1as poss8ible al1 the
in ing, hier lhee swolleni with grief
est sighs1. Aet' th 110'Ile horO of ad
l'nged't and3( the falther and1( mo0(ter,
>we'd by a few symnpathiizinig
11(18, acc(ompianiedl the dead1( body of'
i baby to thle v'illatge comoor03v 'and(
8 and(1 troub1les inciden1t to a1 lifo
30er~ syinpa1thy~ tan to 11his wottully
Il opeO tha1t God illi pit~y heri iln
I. hier miost kitid3lyV.
A ]1 EAERt ',gA LE .10C,
el and( C~~ Exung ntueM. in Louisvic
lhe a1r1angen1ellis for) reCpeating fthe
ei' and(1J Pi uo~, :31 the Jockey ('113h
iiils niext SatturdayI1 attornioon, IS
13sure1 11he rares't and( miost excitin3g
it. e'vter witnessed( in1 1 .iul-,ville.
A.Lewis Clar3k, wiho will mana331ge
under('3takin1g, wil1liOheiin this mlorn3
the 1'peparations1 for' thle ma1itch,
3m1ny3 good( thiorouighibreds as5 enn1
d'o'1ured( will be put) in1 t'alin g
the work, 133nd thle ut113nber1 lalcking
i be1' made(3 up Pof the best runner30is
3e obto and. 'lhis inlsures that the
will be 3333ch qicker' and~t more3
Iting;~ and1 to (the inte3'rt andit sym..
byv lt fi'r 1130 r'iders will bel ad'dedC
umiyit wichlo makes rainig so
ttuIar--speedl andit endurance33i of the
8es. It is pr3oibble ta the crowd
senit onl tha day1(13 will r'ivl't that
(ich assemb1)ld to see1 'ITen i1roOck
quer' thle ('al1ifbrn~ia cahmplon. Spc
trains will he run3 Ioer till the
d18 ini the city, and1( the( LeCxington3
n~ wi'.1)he hlid to allow Illneograss
1110(3to tur 1131o( thei' hiome aifter
33imin g of1 Saiturdav131's ra1ce. Two
les1 keplt (of each1 mile1 made(1 the Ihne11
'-three. The1( horses1' to be used( in
coin3g rac.e will matke it piossible
-o3ver3 thle dlislancC in3 fo(rty-fouri 03'
y-live m3inutes. TheIi young 1lad1e0
'e bothI perfec'otly reco0vered( vester
fr'omi I le ('l'('cts of' the tremendous0t1
r0 i on i tiati' r , and3( both 1are3 anxi
to mee(t algalin. ''r wer0e several
igs in F: dy's' $3rnggle whlichl
lsd to n: 3. ake i 133)1atisftectorv, and3(
flig of thei'owdh wvia such1 fhat
(liti1ons, will be0 more( satisf'actory to
lov. Iliolakburn, wh'Io was1 presen3t
1irda1y, prohnhounced( thle race0 th0 fin
tibing he~ lad ever' witnjessed. When
('IOhn-k :lu P ' eedl hat 1h had ari
ed(1 a not her11, I ho I ove'rnor said:
in~.hdonb1)edly the mo(st exciting
.g1e I '. i er Witnessed:(. If such a
'. wniannOniOl nit. Ensam rNe w.m
160,000 Peole. And itwill ( 'jropoe.
tionately as well in Louisville."
The cJovernor said he would come
from Frankfort with a Jarge party to
witness the coming contest. -
Misses Jewett and Pluneo have been
In Louisville for ten days, and durhig
that timo have mado many friends by
their lady-like demeanor and attrae
tiveness.' They, are both young, and
take the utmost Interest in their con
tests. They have won the respect of
all who have met them, and from this
fact the attendance should attract the
best people of the city.
There will be several running races
tirranged to fill out one afternoon of
M3IOE WIFE 'NIAN COUNTRY.-The
other night, soon after a ward meet
ing had opened, one of the electors
prosent began edging for the door as
if he rieant to leave. the place. Hie
wvas soon stopped by a friend, who
"Dont leae us now - I want You to
hear what that speaher is saying.
liear that lie says we inust tritumph
DV the country is doonied."
"Yes, I know, but I've got to odge
long hoime," was the reply.
"Home? great heavens, how can
you talk of gobig home until ho has
tinished that speech! There lie goes
again I He asks if you want to see
grass growing in tio streets of our
cities-our fertile farms returned to
tho wilderness-our fami 1 is crowding
Ute poorhouses until there is no longer
room to receive another?"
"No, I don't know as I would, but I
guess I'll sort o' work my way out."
"Wait fifteen mi nutes-ten-five
wait until lie itishes. There it is
again I le asks whether you are a
free man or a slave? ie wants to
know If you have frgolt.ten the patri
otic principles defen d ed by the blood
of your grandsires-if you have for
gotten the sound of liberty bell ?"
"I don't know as I have, but I must
go-really I must."
"I lear that-hear thalnt! Ie says your
country wsvill bless yon."
"I can't say as t6 that.," replied the
man as he crowded along; "but I'm
dead sure tha.t (te old woman will if I
dlonl't get home in time to put thiscod
fish to soak for breaktiifst !"
''Great guns hut (o you prefer cod
fish to lierty?" exclahn'ed tho- other.
"I don't know as I (o, butigit more
"And you will see this country
ruined-see hem' go to destruction ?"
"I'd be kinder sorry to see her go
rlown h1111i," slowA'ly observed the (te
linquent as he reached the door, "but
if you had a wife who could begin jaw
ing ten o'clock and not lose a inuitto
uiit i (ilaylighit, and then end up with a
gr-anI sanish of c'oekerv a1nd a lit of
Iysterics, you'd kind o' stand off'as I do
rmid let tl1is glorious old republic
Mineeze through some mighty fine
knlotholes."--T rec P1ress.
-1ie talked as if he had a "frog in
his throat," but lie was only ho"Ire;
it single bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough
1Svp1) relieved the trouble at once,
irice! 25 cents. *
DOJ'Y & CO.'s Wagons and buggies
have arrived. If ycu want a numn.
ber one artiolo call and suo us before you
purchase. W. R. DOTY & CO.
Ladies' furnishing goods, new and
nice Stockings, Corsets, Cloaks,
Shmawls, etc. See the Newv Goods and
learn the prices.
SUG'NiITErMER & G1WOEscMIEL.
T H!E books for' the collection o)
townm taxes will be openC~ on the
1st of' October, andu remain open until
thle 1st of' D~c'ember'. 3lv' oilee is at
the store ot' Alessrs. F. Elder' & Co.
E. S. CllANDLER,
sept 30 Clerk and TIreasurer.
8S1OES1 810ES!I SHOES!!!
BOOTS! BOOTS 11 BOOTS!!!
F LVE TH OUSAND) DOLLARS
worth ot'lloots and Shoes at F.
F'LTElt & CO.'s. Cotrne and buy at
pairi. We can suit you in price.
A NICE Assor'tment of' Fancy Pa.
- 1. per for' sale at thcDr-ug Store of
W. E. A IK EN.
Royd's Miniaiture Batteries andi
Ilolihnani's Liver Pads.
RELIEF ASSOCIA TIO1,
TiTS is an Associat ion of busineoss meon,
..L wh o, for their mutual protect(ion.
contribute towards a tfund, HO au
in cane of death, their families mnay re
ceive from $2,000O to $5,000a, according t<
amount of certificate. This is one of' the
best plans of life insurance. You nay aa
you go, jutst like fire insurance, aund will
mioreO conve'nienlce even, as you pay by
small instahnmentsq duin~g the year. Wi
refer to those best acquainted with us
mi'.: members in F'airiiold: G. i. Mic
M aster, Jas. A. Briec, Jno. B. Davis, D
R. Flenniken, B. Sugenheimer, J. W,
McCreightl. Jno0. J. Neil, TIhonmas iL. John
son, J. Clendianing, it. 11. Ilanahan, R
Means Davis, Jas. Q. Davis. Any one
that should like to becomo a member wil
apply to ' . C. BACOT,
ot 2 -Agent.
NATJHANS BROS.' Old Cabinet tye
86,Old Roanoko Whiskoy, 18610
Also, Rotterdam Brandy. Cold Iam fo:
lunch from 11 to 1 o'clock every day.
[ HAYE recently made extensive addi
.tions to my stock of Wines amu
liquors, which cons-ists of a full assort
nment of Ryvo Whiskey, Corn Whiskey.
French Brandy, Apple Brandy, iPeacl
Branmdy, Sherr'y Wine, Suppernong Wine
Champagno, eto , eto.
del caim to s.'ll the FINEST ANT
PURETl*l .iYE WHISIKEY to be had ir
Winnsboroe. Givo it a trial.
i also also k op on hand a fail supply o
SEGAR8s AND TOBACCO,
in great v'ariety, and adlapted to the tastei
Call at the PAL"ETTO HOUSE, in th<
Winnsboro Hotel building.
LUDPEN & BATES'
- 0- I
TIIE MUSIC HOUSE OF THE SOUTH I
IEMOVAL TO OUR a
dNMV~ rWAf _ I
Now Double Store
An Immense Music Temple.
Two large stores, each 30 feet front and
four stories high, fronting on three streets t
and filled from cellar to loft with musical
supplies. Nothing to compare with it in
the Southern States.
A BIG STORE,
A BIG STOVK,
A BIG TRADE,
AND uOPE TO cOsf.
During the ten years since our estab
lishment of our house we have developed
the music trade of the South to a won
derful degree, but as yet we have only be
gun. Wosee, not many years ahead, a
business of a million a s ear. and to take
care of this enormous trade we have pro
vided our present maimoth wareroois.
Fall trade 1880t will be immense. We are
ready for it. For months our senior part
nor has been at the -North contracting f
with Piano and Organ manufacturers for
instruments. Ile has concluded most
advantageous contracts, and the Pianos
and Organs aro "coming, coming" 100,000
more, by every steamer. Neu Styles, New
Prices, New 'lerms, New Store, New De
SPECIAL OFFER, FALL 1880. 1
Cash prices with threo Months credit.
During months of Av'r- Sept. and Oct.
we will sell Pianos at d Organs at LOWEST
CAsU PltoEs, payable $23 Cash on a Pi
ano or $10 Cash on an Organ, with the
balance in 6hreo months, WITHOUT INTER
WIIAT DO YOU SAY TO TIIS OFFER?
Write for Illustrated Catalogues and
New Price Lists for Fall I bb0 and pre
paro to be astonished.
LUDDEN & BATES'
Wholesale Piano and Organ Dealers.
A NEW KIND OF WATCH CASE.
New because it is only within the last few
Years that It has been improved and brought
within the reach of every one: old in principle
Lbecause the irst invention was mado and the
first patent taken out nearly twenty years ago,
and casds made at that time and worn ever
since, are nearly as good as new. .Head the fol
lowing which is Only one of the many hun
dreds; your jeweicrs can tell of similar ones :
MANsFIE.LD, PA., May 2s, 1878.
I have a customer who carried one of floss'
P'atent cases fllteen years and I knew It two
years before he got it, and it now appears good
for ten years longer. * Rt. E. OLNEY.
Rtemembuer that Jas. Boss' is tho only patent _
case made or twvo p;ates of 5011d gold (one out,
side and one Inside) coverIng every part cx
posedl to wea -or si4it. The great advantage
of these la1tes is ap~parent to every one. niows
is the only palent ease with which there Is
given a written warrant, of which the following
Is a fac-shamile
See thatyou get au ate withmeach ease
Ask your Jeweler for lustrated entalogue,
* R~E now~~ ofiling fori the inspe)ctioni
-of thle citizensi of 1aiii their
FALL AND WJNThlI STOCK. Each
depa~irtmelnt of Dress Goods, Dry ~
Goods, (lothing, Gents Goods and
h ats, is full up with goods thant hafveJ
been CAlUEFULLY SLECTED.j'
Th'le .quality of our Goods is FIRST
CLASS, and they wvilbe sold as low
as any body cau or will soil themi. We
claim to be
IE ADQ tTA RTERS~
For all goods in our line. In Slhoes
we are second to none. In quality
they arei as good as are shown In this
or any other market. Remember we
sell the following bratids, and that
evrery pair areo warranited:
We hanve sold these brands foir T(EN
YEA RS, anid they have always given
enltire satisthetion. As for pIces, no0
body shall undersell us.
We have a nice line of Carpets on
hand, and1 are still selling the celebrat-.
ed PEARL SUIRT, as we can find no
McMASTrER, BRICE & KETCHIIN.
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MAN, en afternoon p er.s 84aear,
o 121f Etrand~ n..tiso.
THE DREAT HEADQUATERS'
>My GOODS NTIONSt BOOTS9 SHOES, MAT, LOTINMG,
GLASS AMD CROCKERY WARE, WPOODEON WARE,
WILLOW WARE, COFFEES, TEAS, ETC., ETC.
T has been my motto since I opened business i.Winsboro,.to bring all
L articles in my line to a living profit and do away with those long
rofits which are ruinous to the interests of any town or city. I do not
low or boast as some of my fogy competitors term it. No doubt goods
t these prices surprise them. But you can get anything in my store ot
rices advertised. I sell goods at a small profit, and am dotermined to
LEAD THE VAN!
My buyer is shipping goods by every freight at twenty per cent.less
ban I could buy them when in Now. York myself four weeks ago.
Calicoes Still Lower
2,000 Yards to arrive, 41 cents. B- titandard brands at 6j and 7 cents,
worth 8 "where.
MIMINfI[S PRI Sh. dQUBD TO TELL !
.lack Goods a specialty. I handlo Lubin's Cashmeros-.the best manu
facturer of Black Cashmere in the World.
English Crapes, Nun Cloth, Velvetines, Mobairs,
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!
Twenty Cases Boots and Shoes jusi received from the best n'lufactur-.
rs. No old trash carried over for the last three years, every pair new and
SOA P, SOAP, SOAP.
Twenty-five Boxes of the best 1 lb. bar over in Winnsboro, for 5 cents.
TE.A.S, TJD.A.S, TE.A.S.
Fike Half Chosts of Tea, bought far below its value. Good English
reakfast Tea at 40c. A good Hyson Tea at 65c. Gunpowder 75. Every
orson using Tea should see these goods before buying
T O A R R I V E.
3,000 Pieces Tinware, 5 Pieces Carpeting at 50, 65, 85 cents and $1.00.
Vait and see these goods and save at least twenty per cent.
THE LEADER EVER I
John L. Mimnaugh.
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes and Hats
DESPORTES se EDIVIUNWDS.
(WRIGIIT'S IIOTEL BLOCK, COLUMBIA, S. C.)
AlLWAYS RELlABLE I
PL AIN FACTS.
[T IS wvell known throughout Fairfield county that the old established
hbouse of F. ELDER~ & CC. is always on the square. We sell our cus
omers goods once, and they come back, Why? iBoeause we are reliablo
~nd sell only goods that give satisfaction. Our
FILL ANb WVINTERt STOCK .
Of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hat9, Gents' Furnishing
oods and Notions, is complete.
Our Grocery, Crockery and Woodenwvare Department is fully up to tho
PR ICEKS AS.L()W
s anywhere else. We invite your attention and inspection. We can
mit the tastes of every one.
oct2 'F LERa deO.
The8 Bt Ever' Proldicedl!
[HE DAVIS VERTICAL FEED
SEWING MIUHIIN FE
C'HIALLENTGEs THlE WORLD TO P~RODUCE ITS EQUA L I
EP Ono thousand dollars reward offered to any person that will do as groat
hei 'oo ok AVI E oi ti SveIl,$ yatau oth :j ia el ii as as ca be lone 0"
lie contest will be made wvith any one dleshIng to compote for theoabove-named
eward, within a reasonable thne al'ter writte n ar> licationi is received.
DAVIS SE*WING MACIllNEC Co.,
Another large lot of theo above Maclinecs and thme Improved Weed ,just re
o~edJ. 0. Bo~w, Agent.
Vhite and Colored1 Piquies, Dross Goods in variety, Illusion, Silks, Satins,
Ilibbons, Corsets, Gloves, Notions, ' Hosiery, Lace Bonnets, Ruohing,
3elts, Linen and Lace Collars, Fichus, Ties and everything generally
ound hi a first-class Dry Goods, Fancy Goods and Millinery Establish
nent. You can get all you want asroasonably as same goods can be bought
'ywhero' J. 0. BOAG.
T'il LVLTTLE MEPi'ICl4NE CIlEsT-M-ay Appie
Liver Pills are the most reliable in the world,
and ontArely vegetable. Ilrice 1 cents for large
boxes. Sold by all Druggists In this county.
' hay MACON, GA., July 1, 1879.
Ih0used Shoonfeld's Stock Feed on nry
horses th the best-results. I had one hors
turned ver mo for which the owner would
have taken s, and after treating him with the
Stock Feed r two wceks, I consider ban worth
StA0. My wife has tried it, alco: on her chickens,
which were dying rapidly with cholera, and she
did dot losw one after giving the first dose
J. I,. * IRTI
Proprietor Livery Sthble.
Sold by all Druggists in this county.
DR. . ~.CoI.V3fius, 0A. ,Aug 94 1811.
DR. J. 0. MOFFI a )odor --- W'e gv
y "Teethina" (Teething Powders) to our
i, grandohild with the eapplest results. The
effects were almost magical and cerlaily more
saliefactory than from anythiag we ever used.
Yours very truly,
JOSEIPH S. KEY,
Pastor of St. Paul Church.
AUGUSTA, GA., Feb. 0, 1eTs.
I tale pleasure in saying that I have used Dr.
MoffettlpTgEIINA for my infant with entire
satisfaction, It fully and pleasantly accom
plishes the purposes for which It Is recommend
ed. CIIAS E. STAPLES.
DO YOU WANT HEALTH?
Viy wi ye dlie? Death, or what is worse,
Is the inevitable result of continued suspension
of the menstrual flow. It is a condition which
should not be trliled with. Immediate relief
is tle only safegnard against const-itut,1nal
ruin. In all case of suppressiotn, suspension
or other irregularity of the "courses," Brad
field's Female Rtegulator Is the only sure reme
dy. It acts by giving tono to t.le nervous Cenl
tres improving the blood and determining di
rectly to the organs of menistruation. Ilt is a
legitimate prescription, and the most intelli.
ahysicins ise It. Prepared by Dr. J.
Br'adgld, Atlanta,Ga. $1.60 per bottle. Sold
by all druggists.
NOTASULGA, ALA., July 7, 1877.
Bradfleld's Female Regulator has been thor
oughly tested by me in a great variety of cases
anu nam fully convinced that it Is unrivalcd
for all that-class of diseases which It cloIms to
cure. J. C. 1DUSS, 31. D.
Messrs. Lamar. iankin & L amar- Gentlemen:
A member of my family whon i feared had
Consumptioni has been entirely cured by the
use of Brewer's Lung Restorer. Ills condition
was very alarming to all of us, and we did
overy tihing we could think of to tenllit him,
without success, until I got him a bottle of your
Lung Iestorer. lie began to improve after tile
firM dose and before he had taken two bottles
was entirely cured, %i here I fenred no cure was
possible and I mnost cheer ully recommend it to
all who have any rffecttons of the lungs. Ite
was coughing and spitting all the time, so in
cessanitly that it prevenrted his sleeping At
night, and what ilittle sleep he got did not, re.
fresh him lin the least. Had but little appetite,
and since he began the use of Brewer's Lung
Restorer his slept well and his appetito i. very
inuch better. I have never seen anything act
so promptly and effect.it a re in so short a time.
Wishing you great. success and hopi ng the
above may Iifluernce many to try Vrewer's
Lung Restorer where they need a inedicine to
strengt~hen and restore tite Lungs to a healthy
coudition. I ntim very respectruly,
Mit8. E. J. WILVIA M,
72 Washington Av. near Weslcyan Female
801 by the Druggists of this county.
PEIltY -lOUSTON COTNTY, GA.
We have knowm n Swift's Syphilitic Spectel"
tested in hund rt d of obstinate cases of Byphils,
Mercurial Rheumatism, Scrofula, ete. It made
the most perfed and periannt cures in every
Ilugh L. Drennarl, Eli Warren,
Sim D. KI(llon J. W. Wimlberly,
Ji'o e Co. Court, J. C. Gilbert, Drug't,
J L. \Varren, of J. W. Mann,
J. W. Lat lrop & Co.. County Treasurer,
Savannah Ga. Win. D. Pierce, Sheriff,
Ed. Jackson, C. C. lunean
Dcp't CP'kSitp'r Ct. Day & Gordon,
We are acquainted with the gentlemen whose
ignatlures rpper' tot he aibucrt ifica e. They
are citizens of stild couinty, of the highest re
spectability and ciaracter. A. S. GILE8,
Ordinary Houston Co., t1n.
D. Ii. CULT Ei,
Cle k Superior Coturt. irumston county. Ga.
I amn ptrsonmaliy arcqinrmtal with the proprie
tors, andi many of rte gent lemnen whose sig'na
tures appear Ito tire foregoing certifiteates. TIhey
a.me men of high character and st anding,
A. HI. COIJUTT,
Oovernor of Gcorgia.
TIH iE SW1 FT 8PECIFIC~ COM P'ANY, Proprietors,
'loid by rll Drurgists in this county,
nil for ri copy of "Youg Men's Fimlend.
aug 24- 4 mor ,
JUST IN STORM.
NEW SEED RYE AND B3ARLtEY,
A LOT OF RED RUST-PROOFe
OATS TO ARRIVE IN
A FEW D)AYS
BA(GGING AND TIES.
A fill and( cOmnplete stock of Famuilyv
and( P'llinaton G'ocer'ies will alwayni's
he f'ound at. my estalishmienit, arnd
they Wvill be s011kiat pices to suit thre
t.irne8. Give Rte a call Rild y ou Shall bc
T A KE N OT I CE.
\\AN(JOM AND EGiAsI~I
FIVE CENT C1GARS
F. W. ITI ENICHIT'S
A LL prsonsholding claims against
th onyof Fairiold will prreent
them to thre Clerk of the JBoard1 of (~onnty
Cor missioners by the 1 at of November,
1INO. J. A. IllNNANT,
cet.-tr1d n0n In ('n0