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Tzns oF Tux NEws AND 1HERAL]
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of flive and upwards.
RATHs oF ADvEIRTI8N.-On dolh
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fifty cents per inch for each subseq .ei
ilnserton. These rates apply to all at
Vertisoments, of whatever natu el, di
aire paydble strictly in advaneu. Coi
tracts for three, elk or twelve monti
nade og1 very liberal terms. Trai
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Usenionts. Simple announcements 4
marriages and deaths published free <
oharge, and solicited.
All comnunications, of whatsoev(
)Lature, ..should he addressed to tli
Winnsboro . Publishing Compan
Wimnsboro, S. C.
G. L. L-T. H. Ketchin.
Sale of Stock--G. W. Crawford.
Fresh Arrivals-W. H. Donly.
The down passenger train continue
to be behind tne, much to the incoi
venience of everybody. Is there. n
A torch light procession Is talked ol
Let us have one-a big one. Tl
Democracy cannot be too enthusiasti,
or do too much to ensure an over
whelming victory in November.
Mr. Strother Ford brought to on
office yesterday a curiosity in thi
shape of a fully matured ear of corn
surrounded by six small cars, all wit]
corn on them and joined to the mali
car at its large end.
Mr. W. H. Donly advertises .a fresi
stock of groceries, wines, liquors
cigars and tobacco, and we bespeal
for him a liberal share of the patron
ageof the public. le will please ac
cept our thanks for the "samples."
We learn from the.News and Cou
rier that the Radicals in Charlestoi
have put Warreni M., Marshall on thei
ticket for Probate Judge. He will bi
remembered as a former resident o
11idgeway in this county, which plac
he left several years ago, after havinj
most indecently slandered its goot
people. We sympathize with on
Charleston friends, although we didn'
Weep much when Warren R. took hi
Iti0un TiP TICKETS.-The follo w
ing rates of fare for round trip will b,
operated by the Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad Company dur
ing the State Fair in Columbia: Fron
1lackstock, $2.10; Woodward's, $2.05
White Oak, $1.85; Adger's, $1.70
Winnsboro, $1.50; Simpson's, $1.30
Ridgeway, $1.06; Deko, $0.76.
All articles intended for exhibitio1
(race horses excepted) will be trans
ported free. Prepay the freight a
the shipping pohiit, and upon01 presenta
tion of receipted freight bill; and cor
ti ficate of the Secretary of the Fair Asso
ciation that the article has bceen exhibi
ited. the mroney~ wvill be ret'unded.
followving public meetings are hereb'
ananounced, begiuning Mouiday, thli
25th of October:
Yonguesvllle, Monday, 11, a. mi.
Feasterville, Tuesday, 11, a. mn.
Monticello, Wednesday, 11, a. mn.
floreb, Thursday, 10, a. m.
Dako, Thursday, 3, p. m.
Bear Creek, Friday, 10, a. m.
Ridgeway, Friday, 3, p. m.
Gladden's Grove, Saturday, 11, a. mn
These meetings wvill be addressed b,
speakers, and all citizens are urgcd ti
T. W~. WOnwARID,
Among the most active and oflansiv
of the negro Radical politicians in thi
county at this time, we notice coni
spicuous lien ry Johnson. Johnsoi
heeds no introduction to our readerm
A mechanic who makes his livini
upon tihe property holders of the coti
ty, lie is yet bitter in his wvarfare upoi
them, and in the days of Radical powv
or openly threatened them with thm
torch, if it Was necessary to acconm
plissi his purposes. Tgnorant, viciot:
and corrupt, lie is 'Insatiable in hi
greed for office, and is now engage<
In trying to eth' up enynlty betweel
-the races. 'Nowv, let use say to Hienr:
Johnson that the eyes of the comnmu
hilty are upton him, and that the timi
hias passed when lis incendiary anm
violent course will be0 tolerated. If ha
heeds this it will be better for him am
for the people lhe miay mislead.
OERKAT LE ACh'S ADDRESS.
E~nthusiastio Meeting of '.e. Wlnnsbor.
At an early hour Tuesday mornini
a telegram was received by I. Meai
Davis Esq., annoucing that Genora
Leach, of North Carolina, wvould ad
dress the people of Wlnboro tha
night4 The feiet that so distinguishei
a mian and so celebrated a stump
speaker, wvas coming among us in be
half of the Democratic cause, create(
qutite a fhttter amongst our local poll
ticians, and stops were immediatly
taken to give the gallant old "Tar
Heel" a red-hot welcome. Noticel
Were p~ost~d In conspicuous places ii
town, and notifications were sent t<
ilidgeway, White Oak and Tongmtos
ville. On the arrival of' thme souti
bound passenger traini, wvhich as usua
was fily two hours behind time,
committee met General Leach anm
escorted him to Brown's Hotel, Wher<
quarters were provIded. At eigh
o'clock a large meeting was organizei
in tihe Court House with Major Wood
ward, County Chairnian, presiding
In highly complimontary terms Gen
eral Leuch t introduced, and v.
received with denfoning applause to
thme enthusiaistlu Orowd presot.
would be doIng the distinguisht
. speaker great injustico to atteupt
r verbatin report of his masterly a(
dress, and've must therefore contel
ourselves with generalities. After
good-humio-ed elxplaiIatioin of his pr;
tr once in South Carolina he launlcle
d out inl an able and exhaustive revie,
of parties and politics in the Unite
( States, showing what a proimient an
. influential part Southern 11mn1 ha
IS played In founding and perpetuatin
1- constitutional government on * til
* American Continent, and proving frot
the pages of history that the Soutl
d through Its illustrious statesmen anl
,- sIdiers, had aided in a very larg
degree in making our common cour
try prosperous, and famous amoingg
thme nationus of the earth.
e Next, taklng up modern politict
General Leach showed up the recor
ot the Republican party iii its infin
ous and nefarious Reconstruction pol
cy, in its utter disregard of constitu
tional limitations, and in its tramnplin
under foot the safe-guards of civil libel
ty. In words of burning eloquence Ih
a painted in hideous colors the attemp
. of the Republicans to negroize the fal
y Southland, aird convert its fertile field
Into barren wastes. Tracing the his
tory Qf Republican legislation in Con
gress from the days of Thad Stevens
who boasted of "camping outside o
.the constitution," down to the uppoar
ance in a prominent way of Jamds A
Garfield in the Congressional arena
r the speaker stripped from the Repub
3 lican candidate for the Presidency th,
pretended habiliments of decency an
morality In which hd would bedel
himseltf leaving him, in all his lilt]
and rags, a pitiable spectacle befor
the American people. Uovered a]
over, as he is, with the Credit Mobilie
infamy and the DeGolyer disgrao
Garfield was literally flayed alive, hi
true. inwardness exposed, and held ul
to the contemnpt of the honorable a'
respectable men of all parties. Th
speaker uext took up the characto
i an'd record of General Hancock, show
r Ing in simple, yet eloquent, langung
how deserving lie was o' popular sti
f port. lie 'predicted llaicock's tri
> iiuphant election, and said that ni
r humani power could cheat hini out c
I the Presidency should a majority o
r the electoral yotes be cast for himi
t This sentiment evoked a loud out
s burst of al)plause, and was endorsei
The above is but a very imnperfec
sketch of one 'of the most effective an
comprehensive political addresses ti
which it has ever been our good for
tulne to listen, and we congratulate th
Democrats o' this comimunity on th
presence amongst them of Generm
;Leacli. He is indeed an old wam
horse, able, eloquent, fervent. and
power for goodt whIerever lie goem
We miost sincerely thmank our N~ort
Carolina brethren for sparing him fo
- ai little while to- visit his neighbora
t anid we hope that the time mayv not b
.. far' distant when Is own p~eolple wI
reward him abundantiv for his nll
selfishm devotion to time never-dvin
~ priniples of D)emocracy.
- General Lech left on Wednmesda
moring tor Chester. where' lie had a
appoinmtmemnt to speaik.
ATTENTION! (G. L. I.
ATTEND extra mnceting in Tfow
?1. all this (Thunrsday) .vening at
o'clock sharp A full attendance is de
siredl. By ord'er:
T. If. KETCH:IN,
oct 21-ti Secretary.
SALE OF STOOM.
I N pursuneo of authority~ cohrerred e
me by mortgage dated 20th Marcli
1880, given me by Jonoeph More, and ro
corded in Mortgage Bhook "0" pa~gu 390
and also by Mortgago) dated 10th January
1880, given me by Samuel Carlisle, an<
recorded iin Mortgage Book "N," pag
404, and also by mortgage dated lotl
March, 1880 given mo by Boenjamii
Cameron, an< recorded in Mortgage Bool
"0," page 230,1I will sell at auction, t.) th
a highest bidder, before the court-lhous
door in Winneboro, S. C., on the firs
a Monday in November next, within th
- hours of 11 o'clock, a. in., and 5 o'clocki
a p. nm., the following-described property
One sorrel horse, about ten years old
*named Bob, about fifteen han'ds high
with blaze in forehead and three whit<
.. foot-as the property of Joseph More.
One bay mare mule, about ten yeara
old, fourteen han'ds high, named Mlary
one muly cow and calf--as the propert;
y of .Samuiel Cal'lisle.
_ One bay mare, about seven years old
named Alice, two w~hite feet, fourteoo
S hands high--as the property of Benjaii
Terms of sale-CASH.
*0. W. CRAWFORD,
M~ortgagee and Atty in Fact,
W~mnnsboro, S. CX October 19, 1880.
- out 21. tdl
rWOULD) respectfully inform rn:
AI customers and the public in gen
%.mal that my stock Is now
OQM TZ Anb 0220
in all departmients. I call the specia
attenition of the farmers to au large amn
cheap lot of' Soap. Tihirty'-flve iloxo;
on hand-100 large - cakes for $3.24
only. Twelve Boxes of ,'The People'i
Starch" at 6 cents per 15, .
in great variety. Crockei-y and Glass
ware in great quantity,
I keep always on holimd a large in<
of Canmned Goods, Tobacco, Cigars
Winiesj Liquors, etc., etc.
.Call and examine my stock,
11W I. DONLY,
-oct 21 f On thA Corner.
ATTANS BROS.' Old Cabinet Rye,
' 1803, Old Rtoanoke Whisk , 1860.
it Also, Rotterdam Brandy. Cold IaI for
a lunch from 11 to 1 o'clock overy day,
d HAVE recently mado extensive addi.
. tions to ay itoulc of Wines and
v liquors, which consists of a full asort
d ment of Rye Whiskoy, Corn Whiskey.
Fron~h l3Uandy, Ap pio 'Brandy, Peach
BDrandy," 8hu v lno, Souppornong Vino,
d Chaimppgne, etc , etc.
- I claini to sAl the FINEST AND
PUREST RYE WHSKEY to be hai in
e Winnsboro. Give it a trial.
n I also also k op on liatid at full suliply of
d SEGAZIS AND iOBACCO,
- in great variety, and adapted to tho tastes
Call at the PAI".ETTO HOUSE, in the
Winnsboro Hotel building.
mo 2J. CLENDINING.
Clothing for Men, Youths and
Boys-A meaning sign, yet our
5 friends say there's nothing mean
about us. Come and suit your
D solves. SUOENHEIMER & GROEscHEL.
UGARS, assorted. Cof'cs, Rio,
S Laiguayra and Old Gov. Java.
Rio and Old Gov. Java Roasted.
Teas Black, hIperial, Gunpowder
1and Young IUyson.
3 CANNED GOODS.
Pears, Peaches, Phiepples. To
8 matoes, Salmon, Corned Beef, Devited
lam and Turkey, Sardines, &c.
1 Macaroni and Cheese, Ginzrer Pre
serves, Pin Head Oat Meal,' Coopeo
SGelatine, Mustard, Black Pepper and
- Balwin Catsup, Cross & Black
1 well's Chow Chow, Empire Chow
- Chow, Assorted Pickles, Lea & Per
. rin's Worcestershire Sauce:
-. . McMASTE & CO.
We think we can show a little the
nicest Stock of Now Fall and Win
ter Goods, ever brought to eur
t burg. Come and see us.
SUGENHEIMER & GuoEscHEL.
Clothing for Men, Youths and
Boys, well made, good quality and
e always cheap in price.
SUGENHEIMER & GROEseEr,.
TIll NEW YORK
JA MES . ORDON )IENNET, Proprietor,
e T~HE BESTr AND. CIJEAPE8T1
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NEW YoltK IIERIAL,
8B'oadwvay and Ann Street, New York.
FALL AND WINTER
i CLOTHING, HATS AND FUR-.
At the Great Clothing Store of
SuJEEIMER & GOoESCIHEL.
Every one in want of Clothhtig should
go to the CLOTHING STORE
of Sugenheirmner & Groes
chel, before buying as
the largast and
Stock of these Goods oi' offered in
Winnsboro wil.l be found thtere.
HOW TO BET,.
bon't bet oh elections, but bet
your bottom dollar that Sugenhecim
er & Groeschel can sitit you for the
least money of any houso in town.
WVe soleet our Clot~hing with Watchful car d,
IWe try to alwayN doal with you fair.
Wo're bound to.pleasee--oer retady to try,
Come and soo us5 whem you Want to buy,
SUGE'NLIEIME R & G1ROES~C1 lkL.
A NICE Assortthlnt of' Fanicy Pa.
. per for sale at thec Drug Storoe of
- W. E. AIK EN,
llovd's Minaiatire Batteries and
H~oli'n an's Liver Pads.
1)ry Goods and Notons for every.
body and priets low at
J0isoJnn1ntEtt & CGntwnmwrL
LU D.EN & BATES'
IE MUSIC HOUSE OF TIE SOUTH L
EIMOVAL TO OUL
New Double Store
An Immen8e Musle Temple.
Two large stores, each 30 feet front and
or stories high, fronting on three streeta
d filled from collar to loft with musical
pplies. Nothing to compare with it in
D Vouthern States.
A BIG STOCK,
A BIG TRADE,
N XOP TO COMM
During tho ten years sindo our estab
inient of our house we have developed
) music trade of the South to a won.
rful degree, but as yot we have only b
n. Wesco, not many years ahead, a
sinosR of a million a year, And to take
re of this enormous trade we have pro
lod our present mammoth wareroois.
11 trade 1880 will be Immense. We aro
idy for it. For inonths our senior part
r has been at the North contracting
th Piano and Organ manufacturers for
truments. He has concluded most
vantageous contracts, and the Pianos
d Organs are "coming, coining" 100,000
re, by everr steamer. Neu% Styles, New
ices, Now 'lerms, Now Store, Now Do
)ECIAL OFFER, FALL 1880.
aish prices with three Months credit.
iring nonths of Ar-. Sept. ahd Oct.
wil sell Pianos as d Organs at LowmsT
sU PRoEs, payable $21 Cash on a Pl
o Or $10 Cash on an Organ, with the
lance in three months, WITHOUT IdNan
IEAT DO YOU SAY TO THIS OFFER?
Write for Illustrated Catalbg1uCs and
w Price Lists for all I 1880 and pro
ro to bo nstonished.
UDDEN & BATES'
holesale Piano and Organ Dealerhg
A NEW KIND OF WATCH CASEM
qew becauso it Is only within ife last few
irs that. It has been improved and brought
tin the reach of every one: old in priicl
mause the first invenition was made and thie
It, patent takeun out, near ly twventy yearsango,
d eases made ut, hat tinW and worn evel'
ce, arc ne'airly as good as new. MRaud tihe fel
ving~ whlh Is (only 0one of the many hun
3dsj your jeiwelers can tell or similar ones:
M. asrntn, P'A., Miay 25, 1878.
have ft ctistohler who carried one of Bosi*
tenit cOtses flftmen years and I know It two
irs before hie got it, and It, le noappleiir gocod
-tn youlrs longer. i. 12. 0L;NiCY.
temeinber that Jas. noss' fi tlhn only patent
so made of two piates of soi'd golr (one ctt
c and one Inside) covering every part ex
ied to wear or sIght. The groat advantage
those plates Is apparent to every one. Boss'
hew only palenlt caise with which there Is
'en a written warrant, of which tihe following
cc that yoeu get the guairantee with each case
k your jeweler for illustrated batalogue.
otO 9ly fmehi1
LRE now offering for the iflllpection
of the citlytins of .1Fairflel their
RLL A N) D WINTElts'TOCK. Each
piartmfent of' Dre'ss Good8, Dry
>0ods, Clothiing, Genuts Goods8 and
tat, is full up wIth goods thatt hav'b
eli CARMFLLY SELECTED.
10 quiality of our Goods is FIRIST
riASS, and they wvili be0 sold as low
anlylbody cain ol' wIll 80ll them. We
For all gootla in ota line. Ini Shoes
e tiro second~ to none. In quaiility
cy~ tare ats good1 as8 areC shown ini thius
any othier market. Rlemeamber' we
11 the following brandis, and that
cry pair are wvarranlted i
We have sold these b~randsl for T1M'
E~A 118, and they have alwitys glven
tire satisfaction. As for p)rics, n~oa
df shall unldersell lis,
WoJ have a niico line of Otti-pets onl
id, and1( are still selling flhe cehebrat.
P'EAltL 811IU'V, as5 we cani 1( hidUn
tfc&1AST1RR, BRICR & i(ETC1Il4
IJOOTSI I BOOT8I I BOOTSI !!
pltVE ThIOUSAND DOLtaAfl;
wor'th of Bloo and Shoes at F,.
rGUER & CO.;oa Corne ahd buy a
Lir, We canl suit you inI price,
We are bound to pleasle and inuk
n can interest you if you need anyy
ihng in 0111 hne.
Suoa use.: & CInozs3curL,
PALL AND W'TTER. GOOD.
W E BEG leave to inform our customers and thbo public generally, that we .hav
lately disposed of our Grocery Department for the purposo of making mor3
room for our
Whioh are now in store, and have been markod at prices to induco qulok sales. Wq
Cannot oiainmerate the i arious kiud.q and style's. but cordially I nlvit al Ito call and ex
amine our stock, and we shall endeavor to mako it tbo interest of all to purchase.
CLOH1fING, HIAT1 AND GENTS' i'FURNISHING GOODS.
This department has been extended" and we gitmarntoe pricesi as low'a4 the lowest.
Our Troy City Perfect Fitting Crown Shirt cannot be snurpassed. Laundried or Un-.
laundriod made to order if dosirod.
DAY STATE STANDARD SCREWED SHOES
Are our specialty, and to those who have tried them we flood not add words. To
these who are yet strangors to the durability of this honestly made Shoe. we ask yon
to call and buy your winter supply, ora, single par only, if yon profor trying thein...
You will not havo to como often-they are aoknowledged b'y many to outwear any
ZEIGLEl BROTHERS' Gonts', Ladies', Miasac', and Infants' Fino Shoes. Itoduoe
your Shoe bill and savo money by buying thn boct. lliaembeir the place -
J. M. BEATYj & CO.,
oct 7 ON THE COlPNEr.
GRAND FALL OPENINc
- P. LANDECKER & BR O'S,
JAVING just returned from the North, we can assure our friends and
LL customers that we have secured the finest selection of Fall and Win
,or Goods. Full and complete assortment of the latest Novelties for fall
KID GLOVES ! KID GLOVES !I Two and throe Buttons, 50 cents.
Fnglish Lislo Thread Gloves with two, thrce and six buttons, all "sizes,
aoth in white and colors.
Ladies' and Misses' Colored Hose in variety. Men's Half Hose-all
Our stock of White (loods, Umbroiderios, Handkorohiefe, Notions, &c.,
tag never been more coinpleto.
Gents' Prnishing Goods in all the now and attractivo styles. New
Dlothing il now stylos and at old pricos. Notwithstanding the advance in
0he price of woolen fabiis, wo arc receiving the largent and handsomest
stook of fine and modium GClothing that has ever boon oxhibited in the
Boro, which we will sell at LAST FALL AND WINTER PRICES I
An inlspection is respectfully solicit<:d,
P.LANDECKER & BRO.
YSTOCk oi Fuarnlttm-e, whk~h will be the iar'rest, handsomest and1 cheali
eMacrt~ilng to <nal ify, and( 1or dlesigin am wor'kmianip~[ unelquledC(
Itcntentbor t hat all mny goodis are warr'anltd to ho as 1i'ereseted. Prkco your
Lurniture elsewherc, then comic to the tfirst.-eiass store whnrti you wvill haave the
best select.iona and clan buv nheaper'. hear in mind thait I shaip goods to Ridge..
wa '. lythewood, Whiite' Oaik, Wood waird's, Btlacks ocl<, an it s far as Cliestet'
1111n York. 'l'hais is a rrecoauaentat ion of thie tinality ad price of mny goodis.
A naeW saipply of1 WVindow Shades, Wail Pockets,'liracket s, Mirrors, Picture
F'ramews, Charomoas, I lad flacks, and llook Shelves, cheaper thtan thle cheaipest.
The largest supjply of 'l'ina Chiamiber Sets, inde to uniatch Cottage and Chanm
ber Suits. (Call antd see thlem. A new supply of Sewing ?utachines as >ood as
nany. I )aa't. ihny a \ialahi no merely because your mnother or your neigh or has
at ami likes it.. Rtemnember I it mattst of theo machines that are miost largely
puallbdl have buit ithle mcrit. TJheu one you wantt Is th~ on1e thait will save you
time andi vexationa, Is tnoiseless, runs light nad wvil lhst a long time. I have
It. Rtemnember the Gold Medal was awardd to one of the Macinaes I roi )resenlt
ovelr eighaty cona tttors. I Oian refer yoit to many thait are fasinig it, aml it has
always given etire saitisfattion. Rememliber t hat I am11 agenlt for at Door anud
Bash Factory, All oriders enltrutedl to m11 wvill hiava pr1omipt atteaton and at
thie lowest pi-lee~s. F'urni t1Pre neat ly repali red at maodlerate Iprices. I ami also
p~repared tounaaike to order. Lumbnter at:i Shingles for sale at small profits. Sew..
lag Machaine Needles and1( aitfachmeants rand parts1 ot'Machaines canl be land through
ine. Dona't. fail to alIl)before purchuasing (Jlsewhere. Rt. W. PiILLIPS.
GRE.IAT SALE STABLES.
WVNi have nowv in store the largest AtJ roswh bogttel
.stock evei' purchasod by us,frm elatlrigo tin whs
nid which will be disposed of at lownoeardefrtOcbrwl
Dry Goods,in pylitwilb reied
Clothing, Hat ,et t~moat loinx
S4hoes, Groceries, Bridles. sri.
Saddles, H-arness, Red Leather,
Hares LethA &t pAaoh who bhtslo
W~ a's tdt g~eh o "BO noG" oDsivre du at irysttobero will
Steloncepated tdo' moutthem ofts
)a aituhul a v r fe- Ltdl ptang il oreurd
ng sold barainsProdmptl peymadn A wi7lolyenble
sept 20 IJJCORN AND FODt'' ERL'
Dea' ON gino"LO iN, Delyivere at Am i tbO Yon Cnges
Iuta rthul a e r l'r L 1 ight-pag door, sou forh
ng soplodlbargai(1sthandfeill be mgttd
set 0 . .DSPRTS.SUriStRIn OFOR3ci T1.5E -ee
,Moi.'-- EEKL $1. ALMhEe ~lfTOa YE0MOt.
NineiDllarn anhavti'seen oyuorson 'ehr
amuW DTRbeautifutily paint- Hieain umadet ieDIY''~
ed, strong, dili'able. Don't forget the 'tcNJN
WEBSTER WAGON 1t dtradPbihr
ithBE TJTINO& ON W Ii EEJS,
W~ihbasto, & 0, ieCost,* la~
It.s D.ES'OILTES & CO);, ' hws t.Seth evGos1l
Btldgoway, S.. 1fiteprcs
-F y edn. Nes*.es c
WINES AND LIQUORS
WOULD most respectfilly inform
my customers and the citizens of Fai
field generally, that I keep in stock
full Supply of lie Liquors, Ciga
Tobacco, &c., &c., and guarant
satisfaction to ay one giving
trial/. M stock consists as llo s
OTARD, DUPUY & CO.'S COGNA1.
BRAND'S SCIIIEDAM GINS.
RAMSEY'S SCOTCH WHISKEYS an
JAMAICA L. D. RUMS. ti
F. MORINO DE MORA SIIERRY A
F. MOLINIER PORT WINE.
G. II. MUMM & CO.'S IUIEIMS
GENUINE R1INE WINE.
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KEESE'S "OWN" RYE WHISKEY. n
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ROCK WHISKEY. pa
CELEBRATELD PE[FFER E. RYE
KENTUCKY BOURBON WIIIS
PLANTATION RYE WIII SKi CA
VIRGINIA APPLE AND PEACh. b
NORTH CAROLINA SWEET MASH
, CORN W1HISKEY.
PLANTATION CORN WHISKEYS N'
GING Elt BRANDY.
NEW ENGLAND RUM.
FRENCIIE'S "BOSTON" GIN. _
VERY FINE OLD CLARET WINE.
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1 KEG SWEETi SCUPPERNONU a
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BERGERI & ENGEL~'S CELE~BRAT- ye
El) LAGERI UEERI ON DR.IAUGUTi. ror
BASS S& CO.'S IMPORTED ALE. sid
PURE CRAB APPLE CIDER. or
PURE NATURAL APPOLONA-. gi'
CIGARS AND~ TOBACCO.
TiIIE AMERICAN T[WINS CIGAR
5 FORl 25 CENTS.
THE HAVANA CiI AROOTS-6
TC. W. BLACK WELL'S SMOKING
THlE BEST MIXED .UEV1RItAG1RS
OF THlE S4A SON SERVED
AT ALL IHOURIS O1N
TIlE DAY, TO SUIT THlE MOST/
FASTID1OUS TASTIES, F.
VRY~lx RESP'ECTF'lULLY, 0(1
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REAR OFgLTOWN& HALL C.
THlE SOUTH CAROLINA - COLLEGE
AGRLIOULITUI E AND MEOHIANIc,#
VYILL, bo openedl for the Instruction ot
of the youing muon of [ho State, on thu blh se
OOTiOIJER, in tha buiildings of the otd cv
South Carolhna College, withi the follow
ing Faculty, viz.a
WVM. POROIHEI MILES, LL.b.,
President and P'rofessor of English Liter
JAMES WVOODROWV, Pit. 1b., D, b.,
Professor of Geology, Mineralogy, Botany
id Zoology. CI
BENJ. SLOAN, b
Professor of Mathematics aund Nattural
Prof'essor of Analytical and Agrionituial be
Cheiiry and Experimental
'I'ITION PIREE TO AIILL. lioom rent --
for tho year $10. For further information
apply to the Secretar at Columbia, 8. C,
By dtdoi' of the facu ~~0N
Secretary of Fatculty,
Columbia, S. 0., August I8, 1880.
7T'tAE books fom' t he collectin of P~
/1 own taxes wvill be op)On Onl the
1st of October, and reinali o pen tiltil~
the 1st of Decenisbor. M yollee is at
the store of Messrs. F,.C ~ier & Co. "
-E. 8. Cl l2 NDLER?, Il
sent 30 Clerk nuel'IN-onC.PiQ,