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LOCAL ITELIAGEN4a /
SATURA Y. Decede ,. 182
Plain 1a ~ts-J. L. Mimnaug. ii
-One Man's Cash-Ludden & Bates.
The Holidays are Comning-C. Bart
- Chapter ideting-P. tandscker,
- Loca Briera.
-The cotton-seed oil mill at Chester
- .s ab6iit to begin business.
-The price of cotton is still dis
couraging to the farmers.
-Keep your stock under shelter and
-well fed during this weather.
-Many farmers haven't sown their
wheat yet; lots of cotton to pick, too.
-Wood choppeis are in' demand.
They are slow to contract; want to bull
the market, ierhaps.
-Eggs and~ chickens erad etting
scarcer every day and the Nices Ir.
ndzireasing accordingly. * .
-The Great Western Uniezi Five
Cent-Cigar-none iike it. Trv it. At
F. W. Hn od
-Sportsmen with their imirderous
gun and entangling nets are after the
partridges in lively style.
-The lah-de-dah cigarette-smoking
young man may properly be defiued as
9-third-class male matter.
-The weather we have bien having
for the last three days gives- the wood
piles mdlloping consumption.
-W"you wish to buy your goods
uenp visit our advertisers. These are
the places to ger your money back.
-The Frick Eclipse Engine is ac
knowledged to be the best engine
made. Sold by R. J. McCarley & Co.?
-The Legislature has 'diio ]ienm in
session a few days, and it is reported
that daintits are aleady on the rise in.
-A number of voung gentlemen
went to Columbia on Thursday eve-I
ning to see Keene at the opdi house.
But they didn't.
-The southern-bounmd train has bc it
coming on time for some days-mnuch
to the satisfactionm of traveling peopie
and everybody else.
-The Senite aid the House met in
joint assembly on Wednesday, aut:
duly canvassed the vote for govemnior
-A new arrival thii d4. of Hostet
tes-Bitters, Tolu Rock and Rve. and
Bass's Royal Ginger Ale, at F. W.
-Those people who wat to know
why printers call the boy "the devil"
can readily bring- themselves to tnder
~stand it by employing a boy for a few
* -The -trustees of the University
/have determined niot to elget a presi
dent at this time. Professor McBride
wi-continue to act as chairinan of the
-Those of our readers whio are in-4
terested in fruit shuould tyim and int
~pect their- trees now, as this is thse
best season of the yeaf for planting)
and p--uning trees. I
-The ltev. HI. B. Pratt, foInneirly of
this place, preached in the Presbyte
r'an church at Lancaster last Sunday.
- t is understood that he has been called
o t-the pastorate of that church.
-Justyecehiiui direct from the im
porters-on'e cask of 1875 Cognt6
Brandy. 1874 Jamaica Rum, 1870 Ralii
sey's .Scotch Yhikey, best Hollamnd .
swan rtin, at F. W. Habenicht's. *I
-Some einius~~is about to invent ft
"vacuum gnu." If he meanus an tin:
o aded gun he ought to be stopped at
once, for it is this sort of a gun that is
always killing sme fellow who "didmit
* -Thanksgiving Day was not mudhi
~observed in Winnsboro. The National
Bank and the postoffce were closed,
-and services were fimid in hd morning
in the Methodist and in the Associate
Reformed.church. Otherwise, the day
*went off about like any other.
--~Messrs. Hardini Bros. have taken
the store formerly occupied by Messrsy.
James Turner & Co.; aiid will there
open a jiocery. Nieksrs. Turner &.
* Co. will temporarily occupy the stoif
neit to.Mr. Charles gulle'' and iill
~then use .the one Mr-. Creight is build-:
WxrDI-Two first-class~ salesmen
vanted at Mimnaugh's. Fifty dollars
per month salary.
-Mo~Er WArrED.-Mr. dno. L. Mim't.
nuhannounces, that he will continue.
-to shi off his istlire stock at very low~
fures, and he waaiti etibddy to
come and see him. Give him a call.
SAUSAGES.-Everybody likes good,
~fresh pork sausages, and these can be
obtained from Mr. J. Clendining, who
has just received some tiat caniidt be
surpassed. We speak from a personal
PosmrvE NoTICE.-Those that arei
indebted to the unidersigned for d'eiil
work donme in good faithi will noW
please come forward and settle at once.
1have given ample timile; and now~ re
Squest piompl pdymnent, as money I,
- edZ, and money I must kave, to. meet
my obligdtions. "A word to the wise."
* I. SxrsdN, Dentist.
TAXPATERS' ME ETING.-Pulrsuant to
~the call of the trustees of School Dis
SNo..14,a meeting of the taxpay
was held in the Town Hall on
..~udaymorning. Mr. James A.
was called to thechair and Mr.
fW. Huey was requested to act as
*ecstary. After a brief interchange
ieks~ a -motion wa disde, and
nimously adopted, to levy a special
* ne and . one-half mills. The
TH9 iit*MsrrY ALtM.t.-A re
tnion of the alumni; sftidents and
Ulcers of the 864ith Caruliia College
and Univetsity will be held in Colum
Ui (n Wediiesday, December 6. te
aluuiini will meet in the College bhaeel
at eleven o'clock in the niorning. The
Hon. Thomas M. Ianckel, of Charles
toin, a 6ieniber of the class of 1840,.
will deliver an oration before the
alumni and the pnblic in the *hail of
the House of Representatives at eight
o'clock in the evening, and a ijAiquet
for the alumni and special guests will
be given at half-past iiine o'clock. The
occasion will be one of much interest
THE GRIN CRoP.-From our ex
changes we learn that the grain crop!
all over tlit State has been so great
during the present year that al most every
farmer has had to provide additional
room to shelter the grain from the
weather. It is estimated that this
State has produced during this yearI
nearly thrice the quantity of grain
aised in any former year since the
w~ar, thus placing our people on a more
independent footing than they have
been bt for many years past. We
hope thaz-they mill het with Nuch.dig
cretion as to enjoy this blessing and.
not allow themselves to be placed in
suh a positiou~ as to be compelled to
XIV a lien for provisions to run themi
thidtgh anothe- year.
RiKiGIOUs SERVICs.-ReligionS Ser
vices 'will be held in the different!
churchb to-mo-rrow, as follows:
Method&b--at 11, a. in , by the Rev.
J. S. Connor; at 7, p. m., by the Rev. t
A. M1. Chreitzberg, Presiding Ilder ofa
the Columbik DistricL The business a
session of the fodrth quarterly confer
ence will be held on Monday morning p
Presbyterian-Rev. b: E. Jordan;
pastor--t 11, i. im., and 7, p. i.
Associate Refohned Presbyterian.- I]
R!v. W. B. Pressly,-.services at 1i
D'chlck this nornig at ii o'clock on' t
Sanday morninki, and at 7 o'clock' on
Sunday night. After the Sunday
mnarning service the sacranent of the
Lord's 6npper wil! be administered. 11
-.dA-T 6' Mus. J. A. McCROREY.
Nfrs. Saih L. McCrorey, wife of 31r.
1 A. M1Cborey, Sr., died on Tuesday c
U,4; d iii And painful ilness . ai
Mrs. NlCrorey waA 4 sisteF ot die late
Dr: William Thoi; . iiell known
sitizen of tlis couati.; ifid the mother
f Mrs: James Beaty; of Winnsboro
She had r-eached the age of seventym
seven years, anad her life was marked .ni
yy the virtues that make up the Chrisa
ian character. Cheered and strengtli
med by her faith in that holy religion.,
he U4it her long sufl'erangs with a
>atienice aiid fortitude that excitedI
eorh sympathy anid admiration. The
uneral serv'ices were held at MountI
)livet Presby-terian &chr dWednes- I
Lay mnorning, edudalcted by the Rev. I(
[ames Douglass, and the remains were
uerred in the adjoining cemetery.
DETIoF COI.. J. D. STROTHER.
[nformitht4~ i s beeh i-ecbived of the
teath of doi, di. .1). Stietifer; Which
ccurred at Vato, Texas, Bli Uilb Nid
uit. This annoineenient iIll be sadly
-ecbived lv diaaiy in Fairfield, who ~
tusw Coloniel Strother; and knowing
eAl~ned to appreciate and admire: We
fannaot tlo better thurh rdproddde tdie
ollowing triite 't Hlis liiriory; which
we find in the Wa'c6 EJtamner:
The deceased was a native of Fairfeld~
district, South Carolina, where he litet fMt
Nver a half century, a useful and htinotedl
itizen, discharging many iimportant trusts
eetmnnitted to his keeping by a people who
loved him well. Much might here be said
of hid meer in those by-gone years, but it
would souindlike intbekery over the grat~e of I
him, who lived to drink so long and deep
of the bitter waters of adversity. Suffice .
t to say that in the days of his prosperity
he, by kind words and deeds, softened the
sorrows of many hearts, and gave with
liberal hand to every enterprise that had
for its object the interest of his commulnity
or benefit of his fellow man. Like many~
others he lived to see the aspirt idtis of(
youth and the hopes born of the successes I
of manhood fade as the shadows of age
iioiiiitticed to gather around him; but
through all, the vicissitudes of seventeen
years of adverse fortune he never forgot
th'e attributes of his manhood, and as a
laying huisband, affectionate father, cour
teous geaislhiii diiin goad eitizen; proved
himself as great in adversity as in piros
perity. For weeks before the final end he
knew that for him the restless dream of
life was closing, andwhen death came with
icy figers to lock the portals of life; he
went omit into the get beyond withdutI<
fear or trainibling. Ad tho~ 'ho knew 4
limi best can well" believ% if .hith lins be
Irohd the gi that to our old friend ,t just
God *11 it4 out a fitting revwahl ~ his:
pure and stainless life.
Meisr.v. ?ditors: Please publish the1
following statetr.enat of facts in refer
enlce to il.e "desecration" of Itevolu
tionary soldiers' graves referred to by
"Cassandra" in your lae oE the 28th
A few days since I sent a man to the
jlace where these graves hre, with
Instructions to cut down the bushes,
viis, etc., that had giowna tp aromadd
them; to remove tlid rubbish that had1
accumulated tliere, and to piIeihe rock!
scattered around in one place. This
man, ignoralnt of the fact, tiat there
were more giaves there tilan the one
with the elii1e headstone, pulled!
down what, iii one place, he thought
was the foundation of an old chimney,
and in anothsi- ilate only a pile of
rock. As soon its I leafined what had:
heedi done (and I did not know it util
I read "Cassandra's" article), I uii'
structed the man to replace at once
what he had torn down. This. has'
since bed done.- -
If "Cassaudra," uapon discovering
this ajiyarpnt desecrationi had calide
updii me for an explanation, it would
hive been as little As he could iave
done, and. far less trouble than writing
a communication to your paper.
T. IT. A c.1WN
-A. W. Boswell, independent cn;
didate for insor of New Orleans At
the recent election, diid thd indeped
dent candidates for the other municipal
offices, have served noti'ce of contest
on the regular Democratic candidatbe
who wie returned as elebied.
-S. N. Woodq, greenback candidal
or Congress in Iaisaxj haO served a
notice of an application for an inijunc
ion to restrain the State board of cail
vassers fridin granting a certificate of
elction to Jude Peters, on the ground
hat the State constitution .forbids a
ldge to hold -ny other oflide during
:he term for idhich he is elected. . Fr
this reason Mr. Woods claimns that the
,otes cast foi. Jtidge Peters are void.
Ele was elected by 6ver 18400) majoity.
-A true strengthening medicine and
ieal renewer is Brown's Iron Bittrs. *
A EEGULARI ddntocation of Winrsboro
.Ul(apter, No. - R. A. X., will a
teld in Masonie Hall on Monday evening,
he 4th inst., at 7 o'clock.
Dec 2-lt Secretary.
WE. have just opened the finest ai
irgest lot of. FAit Gidsware, that wd
ave ever offered. We call especial attckiz
on to the impbrted French and Bohemiiih
ases and Toilet Sets on our shelies: They
re of all shapes and sizes, of all shades
nd hues, beautifully decorated with all
ie colors of the rainbow. We can fur'ish
ses at any pri&d from 75 cents io $5.0o a
air, and Toilet Sets at the same figures.
CUPS AND MUGS
ifii China, highly decorated, of every
z ind price, from 10 cents to $1.5.
[oustache Cups in grea variety and beau
r, at $1.00 for cup an saucer. Also a
esh lot of
t Pitchers, Mugs, Cups and Saucers,
ickle Leaves, Ink Stands, &c. Also fine
Dnsisting of ten pieces, beautifully decor
ed in Black, Blue, Pink and Brown.
We ofter finely executed -busts of the
ihous Geit. R. E. LEE, in .beautiful
d~rian Marble. Admirers of the Old Hf.ro
ould secure one of these to perpetuate the
emory of his worth.
DON'T nUY A WAGON UNTIL TOU sEE Us:
will pay you.
ULYSSE G. DESPORTES.
iNE- MAN'S CASH AS
LS ANOTHIER' AT
OUTHERN M U S I C HoreE.
Only -House in America Selling
EIRO & ORGAN
On the One Price System.
NE~ UNIFORM PRICE to ALL, AND
THAT THE LOWEST KNOWN,
The usual system of telling Pianos and
)rgans is for the dealer to charge an Tfibe
.e can get for them without regard ti eith
r a fair profit or tlai c itstonmer's intdrest.
lft weare prodd td i~ that this has fiber
leen our mnethod of selfing.
For the benetit of purchasers and to se
ure them the full value of their money, we
stablished at the outset of our business,
mele years since,
EHE ONE .PRICE SYSTEM,
nd to this~ we ittribdte our immense Eidd
rosperous trade. Selling on this square
asis, renders it imperative that the price
le the ver lowest one that can be given:
7 are pledged to this. .We always have
lorie it, and we always will do it. -it's our
reed and our practice. Nd other Piano and
) an House deals on this principle.
oi prices, in plain figures, are p ied on
ve -imstrument A child can bu~ as loW
a t sharblest trader. All other Hlouli
ive "high friges and give discounts."
The "One Vtice" system saves time in
;rading, anui is the only satisfactr way to
uer and .seiler; for, on tihe hi price
m discount system, even though 'te cus
omer bugs, he' is not sure that he has UJota
ADICE TO .PIANO ANSi
$dy quick:, Whyr? B~eause an adtid~
n price is almost certain. Pianos and
)gnsart tn a boonm: The demand er
,ees the su pl. All the factories are .be~
dud orders. Dealers with cash in hanid
annot get instrutniin as fast as wanted.
Prices of material ant.1 labor are advancing.
Tme present low priceis of Pianos and Or
eans cannot contne d and will not agat
ule in the next ten ymrs. Those who buy
now will save money. Large contracts just
nade with manufactui-ers will enable us to
7uate present priqes until Januiary .1st,
1R&. After that we can promise nothmng.
Delays are dan gereus. Mannificenmt tk
now on hand. Seeen Gran7Xakers. Over
200 different styles now in our warerooms.
Jlegant Pianos $200. Beatiful Or0 n
ps. Easiest Instalment Terms. Sen on
trial. Every inducement that any respon
mate House can offer.. Competition withn
the world. Don't fail to send for our Cata
logues and fall Priee Lists; i%82:
Ludden &~ *ete
soUTHE1i4 EkUSi0 nOUS:
S A VA NN AH; G A.
Tem rme Pla na nOn Dennt of the Souith
AND 1EED STABLES
Wxnxsroic, S. t., Nov. 13, 18R'..
All persons knowing themselves indebtI.
to the undersigned, aidc. whose notes fell .
due ofi FIRST of OCTOBER, had better I
settle them at once, as I will force collec
I have also just receiv"i forty lend of
fine Western horses afid mules, amdhg
them some good saddle and harness horses;
iid some good brood mares.
Also some extra fine ifiare mules, sixteen
halids high, and *ell liFke, which I will
iell at fair price1 or sba fur old fit horses
A FAIR FIELD
.A.GIJ W5 AEU!!
WE HAVE Yow MECEIVtb OUR
!,ND ARa REA)y evon INSt.iMTiON.
EVZlY bNPAIIENT OF ONtf
STORE IS Ft$L AND COM
PLET, ANID. WE ARE
MEET TSE MARKET
IN EVERYTHING! B
AS WE GUARANTEE BOTH
PRICES AND GOODS
We hope all parties will call and q
emumine our Stock before purchas
ng. We think we can show a line -
f goods as complete, as pretty and
s cheap as were:EVER OFF.EPED
N THIS MARKET.
McMA5TSR. BRICE& KETCHIN.
NOT WV ITHSTA NDING 2
ADVERTISED jIflRGAINS, f
Our custom3Fa mhay rest assur~tha
toe *ill not be undersold iUy any other
houe in town. Our motto has been,
and still is, 'QtiC SALES AND~
Wu offer, fois tla ET THIRTY
DAYS, great bargains lii
DRESS G OODS;
tIiLtest Styls df iSN ISAID,
NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS;
Owing to jhe ertreel nariti weath
ei-, we will soll all of our
NENTS' and YOUTila' CLOTHING
at the most astoliishingly ioW jii-icas.
We do not wisi y'dIi to buy unleSs
fully suited; aii will i-Efiiiid the tidney
fois any urisatisfactoisy purchase:
P. L ANDECKSB 4# BRO.
IT Is A FACT, WE WILL sELIE TOI A
Wagon or Buggy for less than anyone in
town. ULYSSE G. DESPORTES.
UHAT is the dif'erence betteen a
V Makerel andi a Woman? Mlack
eiel dry up .thben ltet; :but '*binei
bihtii sifh ~:f- soibtW else. Talki
Stiljfsiheimer's Pure (arn Whiskey
aid keep out of daugbh
V., Ctock of Stape' and Faney Gr(
ierigs is largealid coruplete, Li sma
I have liesh Mfahkenj Lob;te
Sahildi, ported 2114rl flniest.ic Sai
dines, Beef. 1lam and Tonattv, Pear
ApJdes. Peaches. EvaporaNkd Apple
aiil eg!ables, Citron, Raising, Cliin
Chow; iniked and plain: Pickles, 1i ct
to W. cts.. Worcestershire Sance. P'ey
>er .sauce, Ctsu ps. Extracts Van:ill
aid Lemon. ;i,-es. Oatmenl.GettimnE
Macaronui, Cheese. Stamdard and X2
Sod Biscuit. GingWPa' S i and C:ilkez
Ni6-5acs. Animals, CTeq. Sngn
-akes. The Briiswick Iwpn can
Vassed; 'ery fine. JUMBO 11atis
oes abend' of a ham, camvvased, milil
mugar cured; two ceits less in price
muall Ttiirues. Invite attention t<
tny FoURS. Patents and Clioic
Fimily, Hlndunts Grits. Meal. a]
raies Sugars, Roa.ted Coffee. Goldei
nd Dark Rios. Oli Government .ava
'erv old and rh. KENTUCKY Sad
Vlet, several styles. Buggy and Wygoi
larpesT, Lime., Breeching. Colhiri
ridles and WHIPS. HUBS, Spokei
aid Rims, Potware, Woodenwaire
toneware. 300 Bushels RED OATS
J. H. CUXHINGS.
R 0 CE R. ES1
EW ORhAANS MoLASSES!
EW ORLEANS MOLASSES!
EW ORLEANS MOLASSES!
-- EW ORLEANS MOLASSES!
NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES!
NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES!
- UCKWHEAT FLOUR!
t W ORLEANS MOLASSES!
EW OR LEANS ]jOLASSES .
EW ORLEANS -OLA5SS!
NEW ORLF.A7$ Li NLASSES!
NEW ORLEAi S MOLASSES!
NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES!
Neither of which can be surpassed hi
ality.. CalI early.
D. B. FLENIIKEN.
We are inot opening the largest
eck EVERl offered it- the. Boro,
t certainly a little iger than
.M. 1MAiN & Co.
ie opene~d before, and we think a
O~t AND SEN -
ASK OUR P~idES.
We call especial attentior, to our
~res Goods, Dress Trimmings.
andkerchiefs, Ladies', Missses' an'd
bildrens Hociery, Colbarettes,.Etc.
sk for article niot titoned.
IEGLER BROS. SHOES
and BAY STATE SHOES.
A1NING TO YOUNG MEN.
Sii' Do not bay until you see our
obby Siiits, Latest Style Hats and
ne Shoes, baud or machine sewed.
J. M. BEATY & Co.
IFER AT LOWESTi Pfl.ICES ~i
FL'L LINE dF
U tRACE CHlAINS, Lock Chains, Sta;
LChains, Log Chains, H~ater Chains
itretcher Chains anid Breast Cliains.
'ow, Rolle and S3a!ing.
Horse and Mule Shoes.
Grindstones, Shovels and Picks
Iron Heel Plow Stocks and Coi Shellers
We are agnmt's for Watt's and Palmer'
lws and Castings.
Our stock di Shelf Hiirdware athd ClI~r:
B~re.Loading~ Shotguns. always 01
tiiid, with a full line .of Powvder, Shol
Erass and Paper Shells and Loading Jbil
.leents-al low for the Cash:
(4 efe ageilts for The Laffia & Ran
O~di@ Company', and will sell Piwder t
he tiade *t tri-de 'prices and isse tiiem tb
J. F. MlkiAT E R4'C6
SADDLEs, BRIDLEs AN~D HABNrEs8-WA
lown yonder." ....
ULYSSE G. DESPORLTES.
CEinArrET COLUMBIA AND AUGUST.
COLUMBiA, S: C., November 20,1882..
H Ainual Meetiiig of the Stockholdei
flices of the Company on Wednesday; 61
day of December, at 11 uelock.
C. BotENIIGH'r Secretar.
:NGLISfl SADDLES FOR $5~, $6, $7 AN
10. Kentucky Spring Seat Saddles f<
pr. ULSSEr a nESPORTES:
AWlk NOW IS' tE *INME T
I FiNtST VARIETY OF.YROPIC
BANANAS, COCOANUTS, .. OR
APPLES, FIGS, PEANUTS. RAISI]
I ORDERS FILLED N
LEAVES 11i YW c
LEAVES TWO HO
MA'f THEJ MGH
VRYTING.eleawthe track for the Lia
Express, all Cmj eeneces v theW
drawn by ittle E Uiat run ith'wind I
trick or get -
On ii' arrivg1 6eeutly. in.New York, I
espeuial in Stocks, blders of which solemnl)
seue'ntl~ must have been Good a
iidihg a great many people to raise mo
th1 8idi'o V 1ST1," I invested alli
sessibn bj n bly raiseyhe arriva
areittl ylaige tok-purchase a controllin
had all mg goodt shipped free of freight, with
I have no room to tell you of aU the goods
everything usually found in a large
iregh, .wna iyvru~ wning thef1
And make a good.living profit. I cannot]
profit. I want it positively and distinctly und
want to nhake inoney but of the people of Fair
vice ~I! 'oh Vt' at1an s te d , . d..s~
Piedmont Air-Line, wvhy call arid by dn hun
furnish you with a free pass to the Chreston
L. SA M
Who has flow on hand the IARdEST
FALL AND WI]
E has ever had in stlire. This St~ock
CL0T'n'rx, BOOTS, SHOES,.
Ini Ladies' Dress Goods i have the fmne
in Gents' Furntishinig Goods and Uhdei
vraiety.Jand high qual ~y cinnot be surpa
MClothing has been most carefully s<
eatisfad dn. .
All my goods haeve been 'carenlly bout
Messrs. 0. Y. OWINGS adA .F
always be glad to uise their best endeavoi
The patronage of the public is respeetfi
I CHEESE, CHEESE, CHEESE
No. i, 2 and 3 Mackerel, in kits, bar
rels, half atid <juarfer bai-rela.
Smoked Halibut-Something Choice:
Sugars, Cofiees and Teas,
ice, Flour and thii Goods. Irisli
-With gtood iunry oier gobd thihgh; an1
of which will be sold at a sinall ad
4ance for cash.
8. S. WCLFEK
~XE are prepared to fill all orders for
V'Lumber, and ws respectfully so
lije a shiare 4f the gliblid patronage. All
orders will be p.romntly met. Address
. T. W. BiYLE & BRO1.,.
) PREPARE FOR THfE
'AL YR T IN THE MARKET.
A.GES. MALAGA GRAPES.
iS, NUTS, CITRO. CtRANTs. -
9A1?D & co'.
CflARLESTON, S C.
Aead: T11u- Tabia,
JI S LA TE R ANP;
iited. anl as LI travel on1 b Limited -
who rave by
ound great excitement lb all
asred nie were hot v ar m a
adv n?g of the great cldtfent,ai
my wo d the pretext o
a non the ant pos
of German in g
g interest in the PdiiftAt'.insa
now in stoel Siffiient tb sa I have
Air She d tr
ay rent anid clerks withdai niakinig -4
rtood that I am here to sta-. I do not
ed anld then take Horace Greey's ad:
. .~ N i Aon't thinikI am Boss of tba
i d alars' worth vf god-n-I will
~a best SELECTEi) STO'CK O1'
eo'mprisea all the Latest Styles oa
EATs; TI OjFES; ET'U.; E TCs
t and fullest line ever seen in many a
wear I h~ave an assort'ment that foi'
se any where. ,,tr
ho~tel; and is sure t ieetr
bt, and i shall sell at th~e lowes8t
~EMNG are with me~, anid they will
s to pldsse our customners.
. 3US3T, A. 3L P3TNh1ALk
EASERfILLE, E$ .
!r SEND FOR CIRCULARS
BUY THE PALMETrO WAGON OF
UJLYSSE G. DESPORTES.*
-All parties wishing- to purchass
~ngnes and~ gins wvill please give us
ioi orders at'once, so as to hard
tnil here in time for dottain ginning;
as it takes fifteen to twenty days to get
them from the factory.
* R. J. McCARiEY & Co.
All kinds ot JOB PRINTING~ snel
4 Letter Heads Bill HeadsEnvelopes;
&c., &tc.. done in neat styje and very
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