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WINNSDORO, S. V.
TUESDAY, Oetober 20, -
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WINF11L'D 90TT flANOOO.
* IL).AM i .JNGJE.
J- D. KILNNiDY.
J? 0. COT.
For.Seerotary of stake.
LI-EROT F. YOUMANs.
*Wo dipeatewndent of -Edtfewfida.
HUltorr S. Tr11dmesoN.
ior-Adutmt adM inspectc.or-Genera,
AITRTIUIi l4. MAN.IGAULT.
Vow 4t04 Treasurer.
-JOMN PETER RICMANDSON.
Worf 'ongress--Wtith 3Istrlet.
JrnN H. EmNs.
4or Soltedtor-83xth' -'retit.
T. 'C. GASTON.
For State Senator.
IIENitY A. GAILLAWD.
JOIN W. JAU,18,
4JMItMS s1. EAOMAS,
UEoRo 1-. MOMAER.
Jom D. MvCxl.Ey.
Tor Probate a3udge.
Jl. U. )BOYL.ES.
For School VonanimsonO.
JOh N BOY.D.
H. OscARi DuzE.
JOHN A. IINNANT,
JAMES It. HARVEY.
* .ChdRG S. lIENNANT.
WrWriWAS ISRIAEL BYItn -014 LAST
PrIL LAKIN DIN'T SEEM TO nE11
.han4y at the staed on Saturday.
FAIRFIELI) IS 5OID FOl TIlE WIXloi
ticket printed at the head of this coi.
umn, from Hancock to Hlimiant. And
don't. you forget it I
O:WEL UOTHRAN BEAT Th'1jE
'eight thousand votes for Sofietor ill
1876. Cooirol Rvius will hea. him
ten thousand vetes for Congrss next
GAUrFIRLD. fInIT rAVE DONEa sonie
thing in Fairfield, but when t he coun y
Radicals endorsed the State G(ree
bak tidket, and tacked on liyrd.
Ileir-y Johnson ntIld John i Martin to
the tail of It., they not only exaspernt
ed the Democrats but digusted all the
best colored men in tho comnty. Evein
Taft had to sayi he was speaking onlly
o1 National issues.
TssUE BALLOTS, Ackoc)ING TO Tnu
New York Herad, were first need by
the Radicals in Florida in 1870, two
year's before the Democrata got hold
of thtem ini South CarlOinaI. Eigh'y or'
more were counited at one0 p~rcinct fbr
Hafes, and this gave the Stato to him
by Ufty-three majority. 10 took lissuc
ballots and an ilght to Seven v'oto
bo0th to get'iiayes in. The Rtadiels
are a pretty sot to accuse the Dlemnoc
raicy of fhauds.
A9Atl 11AS WALLACE (iin~IAtICar ON
the coloredi people. 'l'hr~ee thnes in
this entn paign 1h0 maldo aipolutmnents
ihbr a speech, and the colored1 people1
flocked to hear himn. Bnut ho never
came,1 aiild he niever will come if lhe
thinks there wvill be any trouble, lie
made about thirty-fIve thonsand dol
hare in Congress, anid then slunk away
as soonI as hie sawv thiere was no0 mon1ey
ini it. Hie tried to soil out i'eo negroe's
before the war. ie sold1 themi out In
Itadical times, and he has sold thoem
out again. Such consistency is comn
T'AFT, IN 111S 5PEEcJI, T3OLD T1lE Radi
cals that there wvould be supervisors
at this election, as miuch as to Intimate
that Democrats woul cheat, but that.
these supervisors would prevent themi.
In 1876 the Rlicals had1( the muanagers,
s luervisors, deul~ty miarshails and
troops, and yet carried the State fhr
Ihayes by only seven hundred votes,
by admitting glaring irregularities In
lhadical precincts, andi wheni Charles
toin and Ileaufort alone gave eleven
thousand Republican majlority. If
superisor's, managers, deputy miar
shais and treoops, all on tihe lsadical
side, could 110t prevent "cheatiung" in
1876,1hoW inl the world conki super
visors alone preven t "cheat Iing" thIiis
time? If' the Democrats of F~alrfieid,
with a idr election in 1870, lost the
counay by only a few huindred votes,
they don't ned to cheat now to give
a majority tor the Demnocratic ticket
all the way through. The Democrats
are fif1,y per cent. stronger and tihe
Radicals fi1ly per cent. weaker nowv
than they were then.
1Y MISTAxE, ilTn: WerstrEnN UNION
Tlelegraph Company mixed the tule
grams of the .two National Cominit
tees, and the Democoe'ats got hold( of a
dispatch fromi Jewell to thme collect
of the port of Key West notify'ing hun
that several hundred men had b(Oen
shiliped to tht. point, adding: "'Mon
on dock-ordered to say' nothing about
their bitainess." This nuonms that the
RadICit'lA are colonizing Florida. Itiar
num) hadl the miessage lit hographed andu
*ucatteredc over the country. Its ellee
has b~eomu such that the Tiolograp~h Com-i
pahiy has gone ito the cotIrts to en
Johtt he circulaion of thme Jithographic
cop)i0s. The Radleal3 are trying Ic
worm out of It by saying it meant toj
say~ thait thtVDomlocrats wei'e coloniz-.
Iinahsa'.)tee." Thme thminnmess. of this
41.p)L#iiat~Qn is reasdily. deteced l)v
,itieing the latter pprt of the dispatchi
Hlow could the R~ads know what In
'"~io lius 'l)'motiaaio riepeatei Woutid
have, an 1 whatnould be tlic use of
4elegkgpllig it if they did know? t
". a iuine Radical dispatch and th
vor n , >Rqdlic eo
T tAhe Peopt d
.ji Ti ]ay ieX0s4 the. for 0 gr
.batt of constitutionaltiilerty igai t
contralizod despotism. Every State,
every. county and every citisen of the
United States to culled upon to pass
Lie verdict upon the deeds and mis.
deeds of the Republican party. The
Republican ticket is headed by Gar
field who II proven'by hi -MW to
have taken stolen money, and tailed by
Henry Jolinsen who once said that
-nmatC0ls were Worth only five cents a
box. This is the army that confronts
the Democracy of Fairfield. What,
over be the fato of that -icket else
.where At Inust be beaten and it will be
beaten.i Fairfield by a fair, sqnrne
vote. -We need no tissue ballots in
Fairfileld. 'Uheyhair niever been used
here. The iumnhood and the patiotism
of the citizens *f this grand old county
are sufllcictt of-themselves to secure a
sweeping victory for the right.
But, every man must be found In his
place. In the lays of 'VO nothing was
sufficient to keep him away from duty.
Let limin not swerve now. The Nation
al Republicam -party, heedless ef 01e,
bIladks, and caring'notlugnj for them, has
devoted its wholeattention to carrying
the State for Garfield. It vainly tries
'otclear Its skirts'of the infamy of the
local ticket. Garfield and Henry
Johnsonenia Arthur and Byrd and
JMartiln are on the amein ticket, and it
4s-Garfleld alone that galvanlizes the
putrid corpse of local Radicalism. B3o.
not contenut thereforo with ov rwhe0lmn
Ing the county tic6kot, but see to it that
Garfleid Is also buried. It Is no
chievement to win a vote that has
Garfield atils head and the Democrat-:
'ic county ticket benCath. The ticket
must be straightout all the way
To the good colored people who
want peace and prosperity, and who
do not wihl to see the issue drawn on
th0 color ine, we -say vote for IHan
cock and lingood. As long as Madi
calismn rul11cs in Washington the South
w'ill ho solid to the backbone, and
'inquietude will result from the
mIIaIchianatijonus of suieh trash as Phil
Laokini anod Israel lMId and llenry
dohnson and John Martin. With
llancock eclect-ed tho race issue will be
reinloved from politica and all bitter
uiess will bo laid asido. Lot every
aIndi iliz.en of whatever race, color or
c;ali. vote Ilhe Demoemrti National,
. nid 'oioity ticket.
THE OB NTLESMAN CLO1WN.
.lho man who rode at the hoad of
le circius procession yestordlav nmorn
iog on Ithe w hite horso6 was .Jolin Low-:
lIw, one of the iost. noted clownui in
(le countr.yw. Ih is Southern born I
a11nd bred, and ha,1s a 'reat matly per
so1na trieinds Sothll of Mason an-d
Dixen's line. The fact that he was
on1ce a student at the University of'
NorthI Carolina is, wve believe, gener
ally kniown. In thie ab~sencee of tho
.lobinison brot hers he Is boss of' thbe
show, amid in thtis capaclty a repoerter
mot hium yesterday inst before the petr
formanie began. liHe is exceedingly
<juiet iiand gentlemanly in lis mlantners
b t. hrjim full of' hiumor which occasion
ally lights up his ihce like a sunbeam.
i low did you get into thuis business,
anyhow ? Atr.fTow low was asked.
Yell, you sce (hier'e was fiye of uis
boys in Savannah-thtat's whero I wvas
born-and they couldin't do anything|
withi us. A last the old folks cont
chided to send us up to Chapel Hill
ill the woods, but thie wvoods couldn't
hold ius. We rant aw~ay fromi the Uni
versity anid w alked all' the way fiom
the University to High Point, where
we took the traini. We w~eren't going
a'waywhiere in paritienir, and when
we got down ini South Carolina we
struck the circus. I concludled to
(~ravel with tbom, but the rest couldn't
stand it. Estill, the preseilt editor Of'
the Savaninahi N~ews, was .one of the
gang.. .1ie left us at Charleston and
went home. .11e is still the editor and
I'm still in thme show business. That
was ill 1856.
Iloughi sort of life, isn't it ?
Alav be it 18, but I'm used to it. We
get lenty of Sheep antd work about
fourW hours a dlay. I got married upi in
New York n good many yearsB ago anud
my wife's people got after me to qulit
showv buainess andI go into sometidne
miore respeLctabile. Wll. I did. I hau3
saved lup between $14,000 and $16,000
and1( 1 put it inato (lie mierchants busi
ness. it took me just a year to get
awaly wit it all. I thought I had bet
ter' go back to something I waIs used
to, and 1 have been with the show ever
Yes, conitinueid the clowvn, I like it,
of' course. Th'len, couldn't do bet ter at
anythlig else.- I have a ice home in
Cleveland, Ohio, one of tihe pret tiest
of towns in the United States, and try
to lhve like a gentlemani wvhein I'm
there. We ale gener'ally on the road
about eight months in the year, and
they' pay me $150 a week and all ex
penses. That's enongh to live on1.
D)on't. yourm local hits sometimes get
yont into troutble?
Very raurely. Once, out WVest, a
fellow ran into the ring at me wvith a
long knife. I dropped on my knees
this way (clasping his htands like a
man ini prayer') and said, Y'ou wVouiln't
kill a tool, wiouild y'ou? The people
here wonh14 tink you were thie biggest
t'iil of thbe two. ieo looked down at
meut a mumlte atnd thou said, I believe
you are a damn fool, and walked
aw ay. l1nt. 1 don't have much of that
sort of tiing.
liut the banud's plaving and I must
get out ol' 1 besos c lotioes. Come again.
-Was it reasont or only bruto in
sitet ? 'Thle engineer of thie traini near'
N? oiri i( sow ~ au lare (log on the~ track.
lie was~l 'I -inag lirieolyv. The en
ilcimr lo;i (ihe whtistle at hhni, but lhe
didnote i. Ad coucinglowv, Ito
wafs s.iro'tc by (lie locomnotive, and( it
a tt t'alhted thc 0 aintlont of the enugneer,
,who, stoppeud his trini and wvent back.
't'her'o lay thec dead dog and a (lead
ehiild,-whuich lhad wande~lredi upon .the
moack anmd g;one to sleep. Th'le (log had
givent lis signaol to stop the train and~l
haid died at his post.
*RMr Et&Wruy I~NiaNI
A Ilabit which lse iecoano Neonldaj
, 4o the Laborianag Olass.
iardtrant Whito In Atlant Oth
I HIIio Englishman,.and pt -lPly
3611 ihman of the labori c
we4bd to his bee. Ho st
a pfttopmfort, aid one 0 v V
feh1oenahts, of his life. 'And
only Is the chocolate room or any c
or like Vontrivances 'slow," but tLI
Is about It an imptication that he Is I
ei lf'ana and managed by his bett
like a child, Wbich potnnaIik
sents. Rightly or wrongly, lie A
more asamed -of-being treatetd -1
way than he does ,f boing drunk of
a week-once, however, being her(
wide signiliuation. For in those cil
'ithe same druik? often .xtends - iX
from Saturday n ight to Monday,4
not inftoequently into Tuesday, '
result of this habit, which may almn
be called a custom, is deplorable i
socially Injurious to a- dogree of via
we in America have a very imperi
Idea. The-beer of England is not I
the light German baer, which has cc
so much into vogue here of late yet
un4er the naiTe of "lager," and
which a man of any stability of ir
and knee might drink enough to sw
iln 'without foeling any other efl
than that of unpleasant distention;
is heady, strongly narcotic and app
ently not exhilarating, but depressl
Drunk in large quantities, after a sl
period of excitement it dulls the br
and fills the drinker's whole bulk w
liquid siupefaction. He becomes :
itoxicated, but besotted, Not o
laboring men and me'h who ought
labor but do, give themselves un
this debasing habit of beer-drunk
ness throug ,two or three days of
week, but skilled artisans, men wli
iork is of a kind and of an excelle1
which is worthy of respect and adt
ration. I was moro than onto told
regard to:an artisan of this class,
man whose work wits always in
mand at the highest price and N
could. ivith ease have kept iimself a
his family In per-fect conifot-and lit
laid trp money, that he' would r
work for any man or at any - pr
more than four Idays in the we(
Blue Monday is a recognized "Insti
Lion" in England; and, as I have 1c
mated, the blueness of it extends i
infiequently into Tuesday, and t
inong the very best ofskilled arti.ua
One book'binder told mne that his t
best men, "Iinilshers," to whom he gp
his finest work lin perfect confidei
that it would be done unexeeptional
both in vorkimanislilp and st.yle, ikei
made any "time"--t hat is never f
really at work before Wed nosd
Like stories were told lme of oil
equally accomplished workmen. TI
is not only ruinous to tihe men and
Utheir famailies but the aggregato
Lilntrial loss ?o England nipst be vt
wreat. And this stelady besoti
Iirunkenness seems to be at the Iott<
3fi the distress and oinst of' the crime
EnTgland. A clergyman whose wt
lays much among the laboring class
told me that li felt utterly powerb
before this vice, Iwhich 'was a constt
puantity in the problem that he R
.alled upon to solve. I knew a a
who Was a district visitor in a subtl
)f London, one of those iiinisteri
kigels w%, ho in Ehgland, more, it see
.o me, than int any other country
,he world, give themselves up to t.
york of helping and bettering -
not wretched and degraded of th
dnd, anid who carry Christian le
mad purity anld grace Iuto dens of 11
itid si and sulleingti which, if thbey
mot see them, wouild be beyonld Lth
:baiste imtaginationis; and I asked I:
mei (lay ifshe ict with any encourat
net, and if she thought shie had be
le to do much real good. AVith
and,, sweet smile she nnwere
'Very little. .The conidition of th<
)eople sqcoms hle~~Css. All that ~
~an do is to ihlp thema fromt time
imne; and we find them ailways wh<
,ve left them, or, If possible, yet1low
nore dlegradeod, more wretched. A
it the bottom of it tall is dlrunkennei
l'ho men are always mnoro or lF
trunk, and the women are' almost
)ad. They earn a little money a
lhen get drunk. 1lusb~andc and. w
~et drunk together ; they qJuarr'el ; til
iunrrel ; they light ; nad the childi
row upI wvi'h this before them. T'i
ire never really quite sober unli
hey are starving or ill. What can
lone for such people? How can tIn
w their conditioni be imade better
rho tears gushed from her eyes as
poke. I know that it was so. ]
>wnt observation, very small and
Little worth as comp 1ared with he
mad yet shiownm me this. Aind I y
itruck with horr'or'ht the besotted ci
litioni of so many of the womten--v
linen wvho were bearing children eva
y'ear, anud snckling theni, and u
seemned to me little better .tihan fr
niumaln stills through which thme
~ursed liquor with which they wv
soaked filtered drop b~y drop) into
Irunkards at their brecast. To th
Aihldren drunken ness comeos unol
iciously, like their mother tong
Theym caninot remecmber a lime whet
was ne0w to themt. They conme out
thoecloud-ialnd of infanitcy with the
pression that drunkeniness is one
the normal conditions of man, I
Lbunger or like sleep). ' Punishmi
for mfore c drunkenntess, umaccomipan
by violence, miust senm strange
thoem-one of the exactments wht
Roeparale them from the superior clh
(is, froni whom comet to them, ds fr
a sort of Providence, both good
EFFECT OF PERFt.UMIEuY ON hEAL
--An Italian p rofesor has made so
v'ery agiveapl tonedicinal research
resulting int the discovery that vegi
ble per fuimes exercise a p~osit iv
htealtu itnflnence Ont the tmtosph<
convertinig its oxygent into Ozone,
thus incr'easii~g its bxidigdng intfluem
~The essecesO foundc to deOvelop)
largest quantity oft ozone aro thoe
tile cherry, 'laurel, clovel, ftyeml2
mint, juniper, femnel uttd berganm
those that give it in smtaller quatii
areo antige, niutnieg and thyme. '
ilowers of the nitwe'isshs hfachr
mtignoe, hellotrope amid lily of
vallhey, develop iti, and those wIi
have slight p)erfumen develop it
stmall quanitfes. . Reasonintg ft
thc facts, thte professor recomme:
the cultivation of dlo wers in'ma
dlisttris, and in all'piaces infested w~
auimial emaniations3 ott account of'
po wer'ful oxidizsing infmluenees of oze
rThe inihabIttmtaI of supch regions shor
ho says, sutrround their liouses yj
bedls of the most ordorous floivers.
Paprair ttsillons are being 'na
facto~e inlunfg:A are 1pronoti
ed sutperigr to thtos mtade ofr'kblie
.mtatny y'esppots. Ti Fe~ stmicn$ t is
to be tiarveloubs; 'i i'requ Ia9 es
two hundred pounydsfwih
burst onme. 01wih
WnY DICKS WOIn Iu N TMIl DARK.
ture Ever onbkiowts what frieh honey is
1-a e ear e vllow syrup, withiout ally
ti*ace of ld suigr in it. Afler 8tt11..
I g nly itStliles a cryiyt iap.
an It candies, as the saylflr.
a it iate becomes a solid 'msi
o '. t I been suspected ih
0 j rge l A due to phot lo
o a o1-4the eno agent which a es
tlhe molecular arrangement 'of the
I Iodine of silver on the excited collodi
ere on plate and determines the formation
ak- of carmlphor and Iodine crystals In a
ire, bottle, causes hlony to assume a
Crey taline; rin-. , i Solber in
.01 6d honuy v in wdii covkd flasks,
1018 some of whieh he kept in perfect dark
bis '116i Whild'ihe othei4i were exposed to
ice the light. The result has been that
I portion exposed to the light soon crys
ses talizgs, while that kept In the dark re,
o 1quins ti changed. Hence, we see
imd why tie iees are so careful to obscure
L'he the glass. windows which are
ost sonetlnes placed in their
lad laives. The existence of tile young
ich depends o il uldity of the ectar mine
Oct food presente to t1em, and if light
ike wore alowed access to this, in all
ie probability It prove fatal to the in
rs, mnates of the hive.- Western Farm
all) Under date of the 14th Instant, on
oct the result Ii Indiana, Mr. EInglish,
i candidate for Vice-president, tole
ar. graphs to the Cliairian of the Demo
cratic National Committee: "In tils
r contest we have encountered the re
,In sour'es of the iwhole Republican party
of the United Slates and have Ru ered
tot a temporary defbat. li November we
eshall ncounter only the Republican
to partyofndiaina, without the machin
to erof United States Deputy Marshals,
and confidently expect to carry the
Mo -The cost of Dr. Bull's Contf i Syr
u is only 25- cents. A bottle will
convinco even tie most incredulous of
11o SAI OF STOCK.
nd N purauane cf authorit conferrd on
, me by mortgage date 20th Alarch
lot 1880, iven me byoseph Moro, and ro
ice corded in Mortgage Book "0"- page 399,
)k. and also by Mortgngo dated 10th ,anuary,
tu- 1880, given me by 8aimuel Carlisle, and
ti- recordud ii Mortgage Book ''N,"
1ot 404, and also by mortgage dated i0th
[his Matrch, 1880 given me by Benjamin
as. Cameron, and recorded in Mortgagoook
IT "0'" page 230, I will sellatauction, 0 the
Le ighet bidder, bofore the court-house
cedoor in Winboro, S. ., on the first
AV Moday in Novembor next, within the
)l. hours'of I1 o'clock, a. m., and 5 o'olook,
re' p. n., the fllowing-described property:
5fdt Orio sorrel horse, about ten yoars old,
ty. named Bob, ibout fifteen havda high,
ior with blazo in forehead aind throo white
lis feet-n the property of Joseph Moro.
to One bay maro mule. about ten yoetrs
In-- old. fourteen hands high, natod Mary;
one muly cow and calf-- as the property
of Samuel ( artisle.
One bay mare, about seven years old,
) named Alice, two white leet, fourtoon
liands high-as the property of Benjangn
s Terms of salo-CASH.
G. W. CRAWFORD,
Mortgagee and Atty in Fnot,
Wimnsboro, S. C., Octobor 19, 1880.
11Y out 21- td
ve ' I)IOp~u~yifo'ti)
th utmr at h )blci el
asi on WOUD- recakesl nform my.
eid cusy.Toersan Boe fthe bople'sen
ve Starch"hat my cetoc s nowlb
re 3,OTE ND OE OCT
dn galt deartmet. CtokI anth Gsp-a
?"s che ilogt ofuSa.Tity- Boe
Ita eatas on hand--10 large lfo $.2
rsd onll t exel ineBestocTePep. '
ey ncret variet t Croce CneGass
he1r ee alys oUhnalareln
4fI ifsCa nne Godsio Tofbcco Ciar,
oI Wines, iqor, tetc. eutuac. oetin
-a cotiuet -ad ud oa
mn- W.aeofdah th DaOLs Yre
ry sal ioctal ns urng the Corear. W
v"c. TEr PEOPirLE 'S:G.I.
son, Js alnd.inointio of.13 busnemn, .
w en Dao, or. Qhi Davial roty ione
c10thto uldibute toardsni a fn , oir wil
of, apoiofo ,0 to $500, .Jacoito
La- aout of Aoteao.Tisi nfth
Lled ySugoAjstIke oiSuAncen.it
tof . more one e begs levyou ayb
Si a ist-ments Sduring thSyaoo ie
a s e~ especthos Nes utedo witens
v' nd: memer worme Faire G. . e
t ater, tJs Ah Brice, favo tie wi , tD.
Means ares Juan. Qi atisfAction,
meP n thatshol let eando ameste styl.
te appy oM. MC ACT,
ta-. Ooite r.2ko' g oe.
~~~8~~~yof Chrie ee le to a
imo to nth puic eat hei- owrn
sqver rese. Non btth comneren
,tan -the wh o willfavor s wi1 h 'hirn
cutA arLurate stsacin
SPECIAL NOTC .
Liver Pila - -s. -.- H yAl
*lp th e oit we . Wed,
and entirol ye bl. rce fpr Iarge
b es 1) b lDruggltt unty.
141% eed on my
'tm sut 0d :one horse
r to me p yr would
k -6,a 'Iter tin - th the
St F for tw weeks 00,l r~ him worth
U60. My wife has tried i, alco' on her Chickens,
which were dying rapidly witfi cholera, and she
did dot lose one after givin the inrst dose.
J. H. 6RTt
Proprietor Livery 15abIe.
old by all Druggists In this county.
COLUMMBUs, GA., Jan. 11, 1818.
DR. J. O, MOFFETT-Deir 1 otor-Last sum.
mer, whe rli lUgra Htri
a hctnml o10 p"Iderittons, itri p *
them relieved her Ve fin fly had brought to
our notice your- Tedthina hing Powders),
and used them with the happiest results. They
gave her a speedy bud pernanent relief. I
very heartily recommend them to others.
Yours very trul
President Columbus Femple College.
10. speedy, our"s qf sores and erupt. i upe the
skin have been remarkabfs.
GOLDTHWAITE & SON
Druggists, Troy, Aia.
and other affections of the kidneys aid bladder
are Aometimes brougl t on and often aggtavat.
esi by the negflet of. the symptoms,
which If taken in ime would no doubt In a
majority of cases yield to treatment. No medi.
cirse 18 so well suited for this as Rankin's Com
ound Extrnet lluchu and Juniper. It Is a re
n c tonS' to the parts, allays irrita
tion, enol restres hibalthy actioi%.
Prepared only by Hunt, Rankin & Lamar.
Druggists, Atlanta, Ga., and for sale by all
Druggsts. FonsyTli, GA.,-Dec. 1, 187T.
I havo sold Rankin's )iuchu ad Juniper for
ten years, and it has always given universil
satisfaction, proving the most vuluablo propa
ration of the kind on the market.
F. 0. MAYS,
Messrs. Lamar, Rankin& Lamar* Gentloment
A member of my family whom i feared had
Consumpt-ion has been entirely cured by the
use of Brewer's Lung Restorer. Ills condition
was very alarmin to all of ut, and we did
evbry thing we could ink of to teniefit him,
witIlout success, until I got him a bottle of your
Lung Restorer. Hie began to improve after the
first dos and before he had taken two bottles
was entirely cured where I feared no cure was
possible. and I mos cheer ully recommend It to
al who have any offections of the lungs. He
wats ,!oughlng anid spitting all the lime, s0 In
cesm tlydthat It prove ted 1i1 sleeping at
nIght., and what itt sleep he got did not re
fresh him in theleast.- Had but little appet.tte,
and sInce he began the use of Brewer a Lung
Restorer has sep t well and his appetite Is very
miuchm better. I have ncver seen anything act
so promptly and effect a miro In so short a ime.
Wishing you great success and hoping the
above may influence many to try Brower's
Lung Restorer where they need a medicine to
strengthen and restore the Lun to a healthy
coudition. Iam ver re ectru
AtIRS. .1. RILIAMS8
72 Washington Av. near Wesleyan Female
Sold by the Druggista of this County,
Mi .4.k ft.,
Good Ileasons for the Doctor's Faith.
AtUNHOK, QA, Mlarch 28, 1830.
We have for twelve months been prescribing
S. SI. H. ("SwIfIs 83yphiiitie Specific") In the
treatment of Syphilis and many other diseases
for which It is recommended, an I are frank to
ay that tlio result, have been most. satisfacto
ry, not having-been disarpointed In a. single
instance. Wo think. for a I diseses for which
it Is recommended, it stands without a er,
and that the medical profession will, soonevar
later, be forced to acknowledgg it in the treat
ment of the Syphilis, in all sta es as a emi qua
non. A. L. GALL WAY. M. 1).
J. T. ROBINSON, M. D.
ATLANTA, GA., Way 22 7879.
One of our workme had a bad case of Syp'h
fils, of fyi years' stad ing, and was cured en.
tirely Wvith "Sift's Syphiit-io Specific.," lie is
now to all apnoarances, and In his own belief,
Round and well. VL It. & T. W. HoOPER'
THE SWIFT SlECIFIC COMPANY, Propric
Sold by all Druggists,
Call for a copy of' Young Men's Friend."
JUST IN STORE.
NEW SEED RYE AND BARLEY.
.A LOT Ole RED) ROtST-PtOOF~
OATS TO ARRIVE IN
A FEW D)AYS
BAGGING AND TIES.
A full anid complete stock of Faiily
and Plantationl Groceries wvili iilway'8
be foulnd at lny estblishmennt, iand
they will be sold at priices to suit the
tinies. Givoe ai cali anid you shiall be
T AKE N OT I CE.
I11N(00J AND ENGI1I~II
FIVE CENT C1GAitS
A MER I CA
F". W.. HIABENI(GHT'S
A LL peracons holding olabrn agnlittt
A the conty of Fairfield will present
thorn to the Cier of the Bo'ard 6f County
Com issones ythe 1st of No'vmber,
1880. 3. A. IilNNANT,
ot 5-txtd 0 . D. , 0..
D~ress Goods, Lacoes, ColIlars, ,
Boots, Shoes, Nckties. Hfat ~ ap,
Notions and oceans of NeW'G scx e
Prices Low, 'First, Litst fultd A1 -the
Time. SUGENIlEIIIER & OnbR 8 n
If yout want toseawv mofiy oo
811dEifiMEnR & (iIO'.RO~,r
DRY 6 N IiOOTS SHOES HATS, OLOT NNGg
GLASS A CROCKERY A RE, WOODEN WARM,
WILLOW WARE, COFFEES, TEA, ETOC, ETc.
IT hasbeen. =y motine oi' 9 ..a
articles in ny line to a living profit and do away W i ose ong
rofits which are ruinous to the interests of any to*n or eity. I do not
low or boast as some of my fogy competitors term it. No - doubt goods
at thege prices surprise them. But you can get anything in ,my st'e at
pries advertised. I sell goods at a small profit, and am determined to
LEAD THE VAN!
My buyer is shipping goods by every freight at twenty 'pe* cent. less
than I could buy them when in New York myself four weekj ago.
Calicoes Still Lower I
200 Yards to arrive, 41 cents. Best standard brands at 6j 'and7 cen
worth 8j everywhere.
MI1NAVI9IfS PRI S ARE BOUND TO TELL !
Elack Goods a specialty. I handle Lubin's Cashmere--the best manu
facturar of Black Cashmere in the World.
English Crapes, Nun Cloth, Velvetines, Mohairs,
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!
Twenty Cases Boots and Shoes just received from the best manufactur.
ers. 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 ever in Winnsboro, for 5 cents.
T~EAS, TEAHS, TEAS.
F i, e Half Chests of Tea, bought far below its value. Good English
Breakfast Tea at 40c. A good Hyson Tea at 65c. Gunpowder 75. Every
person using Tea should see these goods before buying
TO A R R I V E.
3,000 Pieces Tinware, 5 Pieces Carpeting at 50, 05, 85 cents and $1.00
Wait and see these goods and save at least twenty per cent.
THE LEADER EVElf!
John L. Mimnaugh.
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes and LAts
DESP ORTES s% ED1VUWDS.
(WRIGHT'S HOTEL BLOCK, COLUMBIA, S. C.)
NO BOA ST ING!
T 18 well known throuighout Fairfield county that thp, .old established
.house of F. ELDER & CC. is always on the square. VWe seil ou1r.,ous
tomers goods once, and they come back. Why ? Because we are reliablo
and soil only goods that give satisfaction.. Our
FALL ANb WiNTfER STfOOK
Of Dry Goods,.Clothing, Boots -and Shoes, Hatq, Gents' Furnishing
Goods and Notions, is complete.
Oiur Grocery, Crockery and Woodenware Department is fully up to the
* PRICES AS LOW
as anywhere else. We invite your attention and inspection. We can
suit the tastes of every one.
--- he Best Ever Prodilced!
THE DAVIS VERTICAL FEED
CHALLENGES THE WO1RLD TO .PRODUCE ITS EQ U4L
* '*$1,000 REWARD.
a ' On thotsand ao~v rewar ofibred to any person that.*111 do an: groat
tho'AVIS VIERTICA L FEED 81 VING MAas[ N as cAVren one fon
he co tst w l be n ae witb a y oiac desiring to con p t fo th e aboo-ianied
- .DAVIS 8E ING MACHxNE CO.,
Ather large lot of the above Machines and tempoved Wee'd juet re
ceied.J. 0, llAU, Ognt.
White and~ Colored Phquot~ Iktes Goods in variety, Illusion, Silks, Satins,
Se bn, Qp 4,' Gloves, Noions, 'Hosiery, 'Lace Bonnets, Ruching,
found in a fitet-else a y oe, Fancy Goode and Mling~y Etalsy
v hn. Yo an get all you 4vant asreasuonably as same gooda oan 'be bought