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THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
G ROY Eli CLEVELAND, of N.i*\v York.
TIIOMAS A. HENDRICKS, of Indiana.
JOHN C. SIIEPPAKD.
For Secretary of State. i
| . JAMES X. LIPSCOMB.
CHARLES RICHARDSON" MILES.
For Slate Treasurer.
JOHN PETER RICHARDSON. .
. For Comptroller-General.
WILLIAM E. STONEY.
F<yr Superinteiuleht of E-lvcatiou.
- ASBURY COWARD.
For Adjutant and Inspector General.
ARTHUR M. MANIGAULT.
For Cortgress?Fourth District.
WILLIAM H. PERRY.
For State Senator. ^?v.
TH033AS W. WOODWARD.
CHARLES A. DOUGLASS,
THOiLlS S. BRICE,
SHERIDAN R. RUTLAND.
* For Clerk of Count.
W. H. KERR.
r JOHN D. McCARLEY.
For Probats Judae.
J. R.BOYLES. s
For School Commissioner.
For County Commissioners.
JAMES G. HERON,
DIXON H. ROBERTSON,
JAMES L. RICHMOND.
GECP.SE S. HINNANT.
Mr. John P."Thomas, Jr., has resigned
his position of private secretary
to Governor Thompson. He expects
to resume the practice of law.
The Detroit Times says "that Blaine
is uniortunate in Having a name tha?
rhymes with stain, slain, Cain, pain
and several other very disegreeable
Majtc of Blaine's friends think that
he committed a blunder when he commenced
his libel suit against the Indianapolis
Sentinel. "When the .snit
terminates Mr. Blaine will probably
think so too.
Augusta Chronicle: Samnel J. Randall
will be Cleveland's Secretary of
the Treasury. He will make such a
record there that he will be, in 18S8,
nominated for the Presidencv, as the
biggest and greatest man in the Democratic
During the election in Maine the
^^ women worked hard at the polls for
tbe probation amendment. Just before
Mr. Blaine came to vote they
managed to get the women out of the
way, so that he conld dodge the prohibition
vote and not run the gauntlet
of the female importuners.
. Roscoe Coxslen'g lias positively refused
to take any part in the Blaine
canvassm i>ew iorK ana.ne
was wise in so doing. It is said that
be was offered a United States'Senator
ship for services, but he was too proud
to accept it at the hands of his hated
rival! Blaine and his party must go!
Carl Sckckz spoke in Milwaukee,
"Wisconsin, Saturday nijht. to 1<>,000
people". He spoke in German. Tuesday
night he spoke in English, under the
auspices of the American Independent
Republican Cmo. The meeting was
"presided over by Mr. John P. McGrogor,
one of the most prominent
Republicans in that State, who boited
Blaine and now supports Cleveland.
Tammany Hall has now firmly de.
clared for Cleveland and Hendricks,
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auu mere is now uut nuiu uouui uttt
that the bulk of its members will earnestly
anil heartily support the Democratic
ticket. Certain 1\ the evidence
seeins to bear us out in the prediction
that New York will be carried by the
Democrats. John Kelly will have to
fall in line or be buried beneath the
flood-tide of public censure.
The New York Herald says of Secretary
Folger's death: "By the death of
Secretary Folger the coon try .loses a a
upright and capable officer, who has
served the public iu many positions
and alwavs with Drobitv and skill.
At a lime when it Is a common scandal
that office is sought only for personal
advautge and the opportunity to
profit by a corrupt and collusivc performance
of official duties, the loss of
a man whose honor and high character
had protected him from snch degradations
is a public calamity.
The ^Teiffs and Courier savs: "The
Richland Democracy present to the
people of the county this year a remarkably
strong legislative ticket.
Youmans, Haskell and McMaster are
able debaters, and will be of much
service in the discussion of legal and
industrial questions. Too much pains
cannot be taken to elect members of
the Legislature who can talk weil, in
addition to being sound thinkers, so
that a meritorious proposition shall
not be injured by the failure to put it
in its most attractive shape before the
A Belfast, Maine, correspondent of j
the Springfield Republican (Ind.)
savs Blaine expected to carry his State '
by a majority of from 20,000 to 25,000, j
and'further adds that the Democrats^
made three mistakes: "Cne in giving!
up the State at the start; one iu not;
using money for legitimate purposes,;
and the third in not making provision
to detect and punish Republican bribery,
for there is. plenty of it on foot
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without doubt, and it coukl easily be j
exposed-if the Democrats only understood
the nature of a contest for honest j
A r.EAnivo New York journal savs I
of Mrs. Lockwood?s candidacy for the j
Presidency: "Marietta Stow and J
Eliza C. Webb, assembled in convcn- j
tion, have nominated Mrs. Belva A. I
Lock wood as a candidate for the!
Presidency, and she has promptly
come out with a letter of acceptance,
which we print elsewhere. Mrs. Victoria
C. Wood hull once ran for the
Presidency, but never got the office,
perhaps because of some outrageous
frauds in the count. But Mrs. Lock- j
wood may he more fortunate. She is
opposed to nearly everything that is
bad and favors some few things that
are good, and substantially appeals to
theJJutler constituency. She is hand
A l- ? T> * 1 ?... 4-1-vrtf- * tl.of T*Afa 1
soilicr LI1U1I JL>UilCJ , w luai Ji iuui ?Vi
is to win we hope Mrs. Lockwood may !
In reply to an inquiry of the editor |
of the Boston Globe us to whether her
letter in reply to an invitation of the
Columbus, Ohio, Republican committee
addressed to her dead husband inviting
him to go to Ohio and take part
in the campaign was authentic, Mrs.
Morrill, widow of the deeeased Senator
Morrill, of Maine, replied as follows:
"In^ reply to your inquiry as to the
correctness* of the report of my letter,
as published in the New York Her aid^
I will simply say that it is correct in
ovortr vattnfirt Thft knowledge of Ml*.
Blaine's wicked and vicious life, and
his treachery to those now dead, two j
pure and honest statesmen like Pitt
Fessenden and Mr. Morrill, prompted
ine to make the reply I did.
(Signed) Charlotte H. Morrill." j
The Abbeville Mediufn. suggests that
J the time of holding the sessions of the
Legislature be changed so that the |
I body may meet after instead of
| before the Christmas holidays. This I
would be a change for the betj
ter. There is no doubt that
there has sometimes been undue haste
on the part of our- lawmakers to get
home before Christmas. This desire
is natural enough. Most people like to
eat their Christmas dinner at home,
and it is not expected that legislators
i should form exceptions. Besides,
most people need to be at home-during
the last week of the year, to close up
old business and get ready for new.
The very fact that work must be finished
before a day certain, is calculated
to induce a haste which will conduce
neither to thoroughness nor to actual
expedition. Let the Legislature meet
ab'out the middle of January, and remain
in session as long as the public
interests demand. If any fear be eni.
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it'ruiiuuu 01 too Jong a session, u
wholesome reform might be found in
giving the members a fixed salary?say
S200 or $250?and no mileage or other
perquisites. The change of the time
of meeting would require an amendment
of the Constitution, and this cannot
be made until after the next general
election in 1886, and it could have
no force till ratified by the Legislature.
Rather than wait so long far so desiraKlo
> fKonnro mifrJit Vioftoi* -fi-n* fho
ViV W lb UtigtH VV \S\slb\sl iVl biiv
General Assembly meantime to meet on
the fourth Tuesday in November, organize,
and at once adjourn sine die.
Then let .the Governor call a special
session to meet in January?this process
to be repeated until the Constitution
shall have been duly amended to
meet the difficulty.
A Woman for President.
Mrs. Belva A. Lockwoad, of Wash-,
ington, D. C., has accepted a nominaA?
r T> *3 s J 3 1
iioji jur uie jrres>juejic\ iciiuemu ner
bv the "Woman's National Equal
Rights Party." This female aspirant
has written quite a spicy letter of. acceptance.-'
She is opposed to free
trade, favors "protection of American
industries'*, sympathizes with the soldiers
and the soldiers' widows, (the
latter particularly), suggests the abolition
of the pension office, and 'wants
three commissioners appointed for this
purpose, "and in fine l'avors a great
many other clianges and .reforms (?)
too mimerous to mention. Mrs.
Lockwood continuing says:
I am opposed to monopoly in .the
sense of the men of the countrv
monopolizing all of the votes and all of
the offices and at the same time insisting
upon having the distribution of all
of the money, both public and private.
It is this sort of monopoly that has
made possible large breaches of trust
with Government officials, caused bank
suspensions and an epidemic of defalcations
over the country. It has engendered
and fostered'strikes. I am
opposed to the wholesale monopoly of
the judiciary of the country by male
voters. If elccted I shall feel it incumbent
on rne to appoint a reasonable
number of women as district, attorneys
marshals aud judges of the
United States Courts, and- would appoint
some competent woman to any
vacancy that might occur on the
United States Supreme Bench. I am
in fair sympathy with the temperance
advocates of the country, especially the
W. C. T. U. But I believe that' woman
suffrage will have a greater" .tendency
to abolisu the liquor traffic than
prohibition will-to bring about woman
suffrage. If the former is adopted the
latter will be the probable sequence.
If elected I shall recommend in my
ma.:gural speecu a umtorm system or
laws as far as practicable for all of the
States, and especially for marriage,
divorce and the limitation of contracts,
and such regulation of the laws of descent
and distribution of estates as
will make the wife equal with the
husband in authority and right and an
equal partner in their common business.
This new aspirant for Presidential
honors promises to inaugurate a great
many needed reforms, and it is very
evident that when she is elected especial
atteution will be given the laments
able condition of the ladies in the
world of politics. The women should
rally around her standard and see that
their husbands give Mrs. Lock wood
a complimentary vote on the 4ih .day
of next November. We would enjoy
the novelty of some of her proposed
changes at least for a little season. To
have courts presided over by learned
/\ P A ft 1 A n i- y.
juugcfc Vk viiu xciiioiu pciouaoiuii, auu wj
have from that sex astute district
attorneys to prosecute Democrats iu
the United States Courts, would be
novelties not heretofore looked for
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The contest will doubtless narrow j:
down - to Butler and Lockwood.! s
"Choose ye, which you will serve." ; <
The Maine Election.
.Walker Braine, the son of the Re- ]
publican nominee for .the Presidency, <
has sent the following dispatch to j
General Logan about the recent elections
Returns from remote sections of the :
State increase the majority beyond all (
expectations. In 35S towns the Republican
majority o.ver Redman exceeds
18,000, and the prospect is that
with complete returns the majority
may reach 19,000 and possibly be the
largest ever given in the history of the
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exceptions at the close of the war. The
latest returns show that the Republicans
have carried every county in the
State and have elected every member
of the State Senate. The magnitude
of the Republican vote is a surprise to
both parties and shows that a large
number of Democrats joined our ranks.
This is the braggadocio and bluff that
all good people expected from the
Republican ranks, and of course .it
amounts to nothing more than the
natural and necessary expenditure of
the gas energies of the leaders of the
party in power. That the Republican
party has made slight gams in that
State over the election of 1882 is true,
and in view of the fact that the Republican
nominee is from that State,
should be preparation enough for intelligent
readers of the election returns
to which we refer. Maine is conceded
to be a Republican State, and the result
cannot possibly have any significance
from which the Blaine party can
gather support or encouragement.
The New York Herald, of recent
date, commenting upon the Maine election,
The returns from the Maine election
indicate a Republican plurality of less
than 13,000 tor Governor Robie. This
is about 4,000 less than the plurality of
Mr. Hayes in 1876 and about 4",000
more than the plurality of General
Garfield in 1880. It also is a gain of
about 4,000 over Governor Robie's
Dluralitv in 1882. The vote in 1S82 is
the fair one for a comparison. Bnt we
observe that the .^Associated Press
agents in Maine, in a ridiculous endeavor
to get up a Blaine boom
with the returns, compare them with
the Governor's vote in 1880, when the
Republicans lost the State for almost
the only time in this generation. Their
real gaiu is. as we have said, about.
4,000"at the utmost. The figures of the
press agents are a trick to exaggerate
Mr. Blaine therefore appears to be
4,000 votes more popular in Maine
than the late President Garfield, and
4,000 votes less popular than ex-President
Rutherford B. Hayes. This is
not a very hopeful showing for the
Republican Presidential candidate in
his own State. It does not show an
overwhelming enthusiasm for a "fa
vonce son." un me contrary, it
shows that if the Democratic National
Committee had chosen to contest this
election, instead of letting it go by default,
they might have done so with an
excellentchance of success-. Among
such details as have reached us up to
the time of going to press, ."the most
important in their national significance
are the carrying of great manufacturing
cities, such as Biddeford and
Lewiston, by the Democrats, which
| have heretofore cast substantial ReI
THE COTTON EXPOSITION.
Messrs. Editors: A meeting of the
| Assistants of the Commissioner of
Agriculture, and others interested in
the New Orleans Exposition, was held
in Wir.nsboro Tuesday, the 9th iust.,
for (he nnrnose of comDariua" notes os
to what the different townships had
'done and coald do towards placing the
resources of Fairfield county in proper
light before the people at the New Orleans
Mr. G. H. McMaster was called to
the chair, Mr. and C. E. Thomas was
Township No. 1 reported some progress,
some grain having been sent
Township No. 2 reports the sending
of some grain. Other things, such as
soap-stone, wine, etc., can be secured.'
Township No. 3 reports the existence
of limestone rock and granite,
and that grain could be procured.
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but that granite and soap-stone abound.
Township No. o makes no report,
but red granite is known to exist.
Township No. 7 reports no progress,
but c&n get wheat and magnetic iron
Township No. 8 reports no progress.
A considerable quantity of whetstone
rock is known to exist.
Township No. 9 reports no progress,
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uui can get um uuesi giuime, uuiu j
building and monumental, known.
Township No. 10 makes 110 report.
Blue granite is known to exist.
A motion was adopted that these
minutes be published, and that the
chairman issue a live address to the
people of the count}', nrging them to
take prompt aud energetic action in
seconding the efforts of the Commissioner,
and at the same lime place the ,
county in its proper liglTt before the I
people of the world, at the jScw Orleans
Exposition. The chairman was ,
also requested to- call a meeting of all
parties interested for salesdav in October
next. C. E. Thomas,
LETTER FROM LYLES' FORD.
Messrs. Editors: Now that the tar- J
moil of oar late campaign and the cordial
shaking of hands and pleasant
'interviews with the dear mothers of
oar land, telling them they have the
prettiest children upon the face of the
yearth, and eating nearly all their
chickens, we at last have the quiet we '
so much desii-e. Some of the candi- <
dates, 110 doubt, are disappointed. But
this was to be expectcd. I am inclined ^
to the opinion that those left at home
will be as useful, or more so. to their
families, to society and their country J
as those chosen to fill the offices of
State and county. Yet we must have 1'
State, Federal and county officers, and i
I think those chosen as efficient as anyone
We have had ?i long and fatal |
drought upou us. Cotton is opening ^
fast, and some bolls will not mature. ,
We cannot flatter ourselves with much
over half a crop in onr state of the
woolly fleece, I think. OuV early
planted upland and bottom corri;. not
snbmerged by freshets, appeal's to be
in average. We have had a favorable
season to mow our grasses and save
-mi uui ii ivuuwi j ?iifuii win auui u
quite an auxiliary to winter provender.
Fanners are driven to the dire
necessity of economizing after two
consecutive short crops.
No doubt but a wide area of land
will be appropriated to small grain
this fall. Barley and lucerne lots
should also be sown, so as to mature
earlv the* ensuing year for horse and
cow feed. With these helps our farmers,
with economy, may be enabled to
avoid suffering for want of food. ^
Messrs. Editors, gloomy as present
aspects appear, our young ladies and
gentlemen, with the view to cast off
UKlllUI, XllUl ill WllUlilVC III UiC lU&lUUUlA;
of our genial host, Mr. A. L. E., on
yesterday at an early hour for a picnic,
which they enjoyed, in common parlance,
livgely, with the exception of
one of the young ladies, who, frightened
at the stock which drew the vehicle
running too fast, jumped from it and a
sprain of the ankle was the sad result.
We had fine music, and the dance was
kept up till about four o'clock, p. ra.,
when all dispersed for their various
homes, apparently in fine glee, the
young ladies well pleased, no doubt,
that some had made conquest of the
hearts of their fine beaux, and others
on the road to happiness. The young
men alk> appeared to hav^^jnet with
no repulses on the part of their female
admirers, as they all left in hedrtv
glee. Such is the way of the world,
as has been,- no doubt, sincc the creation
of man, and will continue, no
doubt, until the last trump is sounded.
So mote it be. - w. e.
35,000 Gallons Gone.
Buffalo, N. Y., Septembe'r 11.?
During a terrible thunder storm at
Olean," last evening, a tank containing
35,000 gallons of oil, belonging to the
National Transit Company,, was struck
Hot Weather In New York.
New York. September 11.?At 3
a. m. to-day the thermometer marked
76 degrees, Lt 6 a. m. 73 degrees, at 9
a. m. 77 degrees p.nd at 12 m. &). xne
slight fall from yesterday's temperature
offered but little relief, and, although
a light breeze sprang up this
morning, the people still suffered
severely from the effects of the heat.
At the coroner's office, between the
hours of 8 and 12 o'clock this morning,
there were reported twenty-five
sudden deaths, many of which are
directly or indirectly due to the heat.
The eifect 011 business is depressing
and a walk through the business portion
of the city shows the marked influeuce
the temperature has exercised.
Among the cases of de^th from heat is
that of policeman Brown, of the first
precinct, who received a sunstroke on
Tuesday and died last night.
In August, 1881, it was discovered, that
my son's wife was in'the last stages of consumption.
She was coughing incessantly
and at times would discharge, quantities of
pus from her lungs, could not sleep or retain
anything on her stomach, and we
thought it only a question of time when
life would be compelled to give way to the
fell destroyer. After all other remedies
had failed, we got Brewer's Lung Restorer
and began it in very small tfOses, . as she
was very weak. She soon began to improve;
continued the remedy and was restored
to life and health, and is !<^day better
than she has ever been before.- I regard
her restoration as nearly a miracle,
for which she is indebted to Brewer's
R. W. Bonxek, Macon, Ga.
Brewer's Lung Restorer is a purely vegetable
preparation, contains no opium, mor-*
phine, bromide or any poisonous substance,
bend for circular of long list of wonderful
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From these sources arise three-fourths oi
the diseases of the human race. These
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Appetite, Bowels coatlve, Siclc Headache,
fullness after eating, aversion to
exertion of body or mind, Eructation
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
spirits, \ feeling of having neglected
some duty, IMzilness, Fluttering at the
Heart, Dots before the eyes, highly colored
Urine, COXSTIPATIOS, and demand
the use of a remedy that arts directly
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PILLS have no equal. Their action on the
Kidneys and Skin is also prompt; removing
all itnpurities through these three '? scavengers
of the system," producing appe?
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sldn and a vigorous body. TTJTT'S PILLS
cause no fcausea or griping nor interfere
with daily work and are a perfect
AKT1DOTE TO MALARIA.
HE FEELS LIKE A 1SEW EAST.
"I have bad Dyspepsia, with Constipation,
two years, and nave tried ten different
kinds of pills, and TTJTT'S are the flrst
that have done me any good. They have
cleaned me out nicely. My appetite is
splendid, food digests readily, and I now
have natural passages. I feel like a new
man." W.JO. EDWABDS, Palmyra, O.
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A Marvelous Story
' TOLD IN TWO LETTEBS.
FROM THE SON:
" Gentlemen: My lather resides at Glorer,
Vt He has been a great sufferer from Scrofnla,
and the inclowd letter Till tell yon what
a marvelous effect
has had In his case. 1 think his blood must
have contained the humor for at least ten
years; but it did not show, except In the form
of a scrofulous sore on the wrist, until about
five years ago. From a few spots which appeared
at that time, it gradually spread so as
to eover his entire body. I assure you he was
terribly afflicted, and an object of pity, when
he began using your medicine. Now, there ara
few men of his age who enjoy as good health
as he has, I could easily, name fifty persona
who would testify to the facts in his case.
Yours truly, W. M. Farmr*."
FROM THE FATHER: 3JESS
a duty for me to state to you tho benefit I
have derived from the use of. %,
Six months ago I was completely covered with
a terrible humor and scrofnlons sores. Tho
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the blood to flow in many places wJfenever
I moved. My sufferings were great, and my
life a burden. I commenced the nse of tha
Sapsa-pi-rtt.t.a in April last, and have used
it regularly since that time. My condition
began to improve at once, xne sores cava
I all healed, and I feel perfectly well in every
respect?being now able to do a good day's
work, although 73 years of ago. Many inquiro
j what has wrought such a cure in my case, and
I tell them, as I have .here tried to tell you,
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OUT OP THE JAWS 0? DEATH.
The gentleman who outlines bis case
below is a man considerably advanced in
life, and is noted for His sterling integrity.
His postoffice is Yatesvilie, Upson county,
Ga. The following is
ME. JOHN PEARSONS STATEMENT.
In .the spring of 18821 was attacked with
a very bad cough, which continued to
crow worse until fall, when I got so weak
that I could not get about. I tried a <*reat
many kinds of medicine but continued to
grow worse. I was notified that I had
consumption and would probably die. Dr.
Holloway finally told me to try Brewer's
Lung Restorer. They sent to Ward's Store
i and got a bottle and! commenced taking
I it right away. After taking two or three
doses, I began to improve, and by the time
I had used up one bottle I was able to get
| on my feet again. X am now in excellent
| healtn. I am confident that the Lung Re,
storer saved my life and my neighbors are
I of the same opinion. It is the best Lung
Remedy ever made in my opinion. Dr.
1 H. promised me that he would write to the
manufacturers and tell them of the wonj
derful cure it made in my case.
Statement of Mr. Benj. F. Hearnond.
Early in-November, 1S81, while sewing
j on the machine, my wife was taken with a
severe pain in her side, which was soon
followed by hemorrhages from her lungs
: and a severe cough. Fever commenced,
she could^neither eat nor sleep, and in a few
weeks she was reduced to a living skeleton.
T i Attending physician told me that he
i thought one" of lier lungs was entirely gone.
She could not -retain the most delicate
! nourishment on her stomach. I then
agreed with Dr. Sullivan, my family physician,
to call Dr. Holloway in consultation.
They made a final examination of the
patient and pronounced the case hopeless.
Dr. Holloway then suggested the Brewers
Lung Restorer as a last resort. I sent for a
bottle and gave her a dose. I found that
she could retain it on her stomach and
after about the third dose,' I began to
notice some improvement in her condition.
I continued the medicine regularly, and by
the time she had taken two bottles, she
was able to walk about the house. She is
now in better health than she has enjoyed
for several years. I believe that Lung
Restorer saved her life. We have a family
of six children, some of them grown."
Mr. Hern don's postoffice is Yatesville,
Uj>son county, Ga. He is a thoroughly
reliable man "in every particular.
We Oaf i StaMarif
1T.SA flfi STORF,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
" INDUCEMENTS FOR CASH.
UliYSSE G. DESPORTES.
Fruit and Vegetable CMS?
7K rtnnfc T\?k-r fln-ron Pomprif: fnr
V?uai?0 UrU IU VCUbO uuii\,Ai. *V*
sealing them at 8 cents per pound.
j. h. cummings..
THE GEORGIA PACIFIC RAILWAY
NEW SHOftT LINE VIA
Atlanta, Ga., and Birmingham, Ala.,
?TO POINTS IN?
Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana,
Arkansas, Texas, and the West and
Northwest. The favorite route to the
World's Fair, New Orleans, La. Commencing
December 1st. 18S4. -Double dailv
trains?with elegant sleeping cars attached
?for which the Tow rate of ?1.00 for each
section is charged. The lowest sleeping
car rates in the United States. Berths secured
10 days in advance.
See "that your tickets read from
Atlanta via the Georgia Pacific Railway
and Birmingham, Ala.
For further information write to, or call
alex. s, thweatt,
JL OO^Cii^iCl iljiCUl,
L. S. BROWN,
General Passenger Agent,
I. Y. SAGE,
Aug 12-fxlm Birmingham, Ala.
-"A*"' - >*.iv -
Q W. STILES,
HURLEY BLOCK, 109 MEETING ST.,
Charleston, S." <j.
Dealer in Paints, Oils, Brushes, Varnish
Glass, Putty, Colors, Glue, &c.'
ALVIN R. THOMLINSON,
(Factory in Charleston.)
Manufacturer of Saddles, Bridles
Dealer in Saddlery, Hardware,
Leatiier, &c., &c.
Importer of English Bits, Stirrups, &c.
137 Meeting Street, Charleston, S. C.
Importer ana Wholesale Dealer in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUIT,
Apples, Oranges, Bananas, Cocoanuts, .
Lemons, Pineapples, Potatoes, Onions,
Peanuts, Cabbages, &c.
S. E. Cor. Meeting & Market Streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
0IIARLES C. LESLIE,
Wholesale and Retail Commission Dealer
FISH, OYSTERS, GAME and POULTRY
Stalls Nos. 1 and 2 Fisli Market.
Office No. 7 Market St., East of East Bay
Consignments of Country Produce are
respectfully solicited. Poultry, Eggs, &c.
Perishable Goods at owner's risk after
delivery to Southern Express Co.
p BROTHERHOOD <fc CO.,
Dealers in Machinery and Supplies
'MAID OF THE SOUTH CORN MILL."
No. 165 Meeting St., Charleston, S. C.
Try our 50 cents Machine Oil?the best
in the market.
FROM THE CLAUSSEN BREWING CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.:
Have now a Standard Beer superior to others,
put up in kegs, patent stopper bottles,
and bottles in barrels for export, to keep a
longtime. Empty beer bottles bougnt.
Agent in.Columbia, Mr. Julius Krentleisi
?IMPORTER AND DEALER IN?
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGAES, TOCACCO,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
No 175 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
QTTO TIEDEMAN & SONS,
102 AND 104 EAST BAY STREET,
C^ARESTON, S. C.
wnolesble Grocers, Liquor 1>ealer8
197 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Q. W. AIMAR & CO ,
"wholesale and retail dealers in
choice drugs, medicines, chemicals,
Perfumeries and Toilet Articles,
Cor. King and Vanderhorst Streets.
CHARLESTON. S. C.
Q B. THOMAS, AGENT,
No. 320 King St., Opposite Liberty,
WINDOW SHADES, PAPER HANGINGS,
cornaces and upholstery goods,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Window Awnings Made to Order
G. CUDWORTH & CO.,
155 Meeting Street,
Opposite Charleston Hot l
CHARLESTON, S. C.
^LVA GAGF & CO.,
CHARLESTON ICE HOUSE,
Market, Corner Church Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ISTTce packed for the country a specialty.
J^UCAS & RICHARDSON,
STATIONERS, PRINTERS and BLANK
62 EAST BAT, CHARLESTON, S. C.
g A. NELSON & CO.,
?wholesale dealers ijj
BOOTS AND SHOES,
No. 23 Hayxe Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
TJENRY BISCHOFF & CO.,
AND DEALERS IN CAROLINA RICE'
proprietors of the celebrated
CAROLINA TOLU TONIC.
199 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C
j The undersigned takes pleasure
in informing-the people of Fairfield
County and the traveling public that lie
has taken charge of the WiNNSBORO
HOTEL, and is now prepared to receive
both permanent and transient boarders.
The building has just been repainted
and put in first-rate condition throughout.
The table will be supplied with the best
that the local and neighboring markets
afford, and no pains will be spared to insure
the comfort of guests.
A Sample Room is provided, convenientIv
arranged for the use Of Commercial
A share of the public; patronage is respectfully
A. t, GOODING,
If you want a good WAGON, to last long ;
and do good service with little or no re- 1
pairs, go to W. R. DOTY & CO.'S and buy ]
the justly celebrated ,
and you will never regret it. A good as- j
sortment always on nana, lne Dest '
BUGGIES on the market are the
COLUMBUS BJuGGY CO.'S BUGGIES. .
Sold exclusively by <
W.DOTY & CO, <
Aug 9-fxlru \
TXT A A"
gty THE PUBLIC TO
offer for sale our entire stock c
SUMMER GOODS AT A
for the NEXT THIRTY DA^
FATT, ANT) WT
Give us a call and we will <
MEAN EVERY WORD W-]
13 A -on
[j?3 DURING THE SU1V
MY ENTIRE STOCK OF
YORK COST. FOR
THE CASH Am
ALL GOODS CHAR
AT REGULAR PRICES.
GOODS AT LOW FIGURE
J. L. MIM
Styles are Hew
I invite my customers and fri
buying elsewhere. I guarantee my goods t
received my stock of Dress Worsteds for
THE SPRING A
Trimmings ana jennons to inm au g
consisting of Ladies' solid Hose, Ladies am
colored or black, Silk Mittens, Laces, Fichi
Ladies will save money by examining these
I have on hand the cheapest lot of T<
market The best Lotus Lawns in Town a
9 cents per yard. The very best Lockwood
Domestic Ginghams ami Dress Ginghams.
How Comes My St
Ten Dozen Pairs Ladies Hand Made
Also one hundred Pairs Ladies Hand made
My stock of CLOrHING and gen"I
anre me an early call and i c.
All customers served politely. No tr
past patronage I solicit a continuance of th
TO THE PUBLIC!
We BECi LEAVE TO INFORM
the citizens of Winnsboro and of FairSeld
County that we have taken charge of the
Shop near the south-east corner of Washington
and Variderhorst Streets, opposite
the Baptist Church, where we are prepared
to do everything in the line'of
We will give special attention to repairing
WAGONS, CARRIAGES AND OTHER
And w.e unhesitatingly GUARANTEE
We are now fully prerpared to manufac-,
yertiaa! Cam MILLS,
"Which are known to be'of the highest
excellence, and which have always given
We are also prepared to make contracts'
Estimates and plans furnished on appli-.
ROMEDY & SMITH.
Aug 30-fxtf *
COTTON SEED! COTTON SEED!!
I will pay (loc.) fifteen cents cash per
Bushel for 10,000 Bushels SOUND DRY
COTTON SEED, delivered to me at this
olaee before the first of next November,
frill exchange Cotton Seed Meal for Cotton
J. B. FRAZIER.
Oct 17-x3m Strothers, S.C.
BARGAINS.?I will sell the fol- j
lowing New Cook Stoves at Cost, for the j
T Tirltl r?Af V?or%/11*a IIidcd cfrl^c
LCUoUii u;a'< jl 11 in avu itaiiuig tuv-ov
One No. 70 New Era, 16 inch Oven ?12.00.
One Nq, 7 New Era, 18 inch Oven $14.00,!
?d6 No. 17 Centennial, 20 inch Oven
520.00, worth" $25.00.
One No. 8 Improved Lee 19 inch Oven
520.00, worth $23.00. With each Stove a
full set utensils. J. H. CLTOHNGS.
v: -r > ':#
" . ?
ED a CO.'S,
KNOW THAT WE WILL
l GREAT SACRIFICE, ' j
fS, to make room for NTER
CONVINCE YOU that we^
. r .. Sill
XLIFORD & CO. <
A TINTS! ' |
1MER MONTHS I OFFER
DRY GOODS AT NEW ^3
) CASH ONLY! J
:GED WILL be CHARGED
:S WILL DO WELL TO j
1 SUMMER' |
ends to examine my Stock before
ogive perfect satisfaction. I have just j
- ' ..'--A
oods. My stock of Notions is complete,
I Children's Fancy Hose, Silk Gloves all, is,
Collarettes, Linen Colored Lace Ties.
: goods. . . ^
jwels and Doilies ever brought*to
t 5 cents per yard. Fruit of tne Loom at
L Bleaching in Town at 8ys cents per yard. ??' ^
ock -of Ladies' and J
Shoes to be sold at prices to suit the times*. Y
: Slippers to be sold at $1.00 per pair.
'S' FURNISHNG GOODS IS COMPLETE.
?JST SUIT ALL.
to show goods. Thanking you for
:S SAMUELS:- ^
SUMMER GOODS i
WE INVITE THE ATTENTION OF
| the public to our large stock of . 4 ^
! SPRING AND SUMMER i
. .GOODS,' i
just received and now ready for inspection. j
' ' * i
"We call tlie special attention of tbe la- ^
dies to our large stock of .
DRESS GOODS, |
consisting In part of
WxlliJi AAiJ JvlVrUKEIJ LAWiS, 1
NUN'S VEILING, in all colors,
| . ' ?
and some beautiful
, . w1*|
The gentlemen are invited, before pur- _^J|
j nl\:ismg elsewhere, to an inspection of our^B
large stock of
STKAW 1 J?JSL.T liATb', >!
Hand and Machine made Shoes, Clothing
and Gents'Furnishing Goods. .
Our buyer has recently returned from
New York, and all of our goods have been ,
selected with care, and we feel sure were \
bought at *
I2T SATISFACTION Guaranteed as to
PRICES' and QUALITY.
JLcttASTEE, BRICE & KETCH1N.