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WNURIDAY, Decemnbr t s ; s 1882
Just Jkedelved-D. R. Flenikelt.
Christmas ~Goods-J. McMaste
Buggles-t. 0. Gooding T. W
irable PlAhtation for Rale-j. A
htia'tors, PennsyiVant Rail
s~tern) Unionh iv4
ke 't. Try It. A
- labo -at
tiowledgM 'be .the 'best engitu
W-. Sol by -.. J. McCarloy & Co.
CHRIis Goops.-Mices'r. Mf'Aas
0'o, Brice 4 Ketchin have jut.received
a'lg 0$4 i& g*6611pt ati1toll. snitbhY
~for.Cnltastinns jfeonts, which :e -egyv.
body !houldq go and:4ces Amuon/ the
inany tlinSrs'they have, are Chri'inias
and Now Year cards, books in fgreat
Variety, sulitable Yt both children ana
grown people, vases, toilet sets, and
fancy articles too uinelrous to meln
tion. Go isfl look at these tilings, aid
you will surely invest in some of themn.
-A new arrival this 'day of Ilostet
ter's Bitters, Tolu Rock ard kye and
Biss's Ioyal Ginger Ale, at F. V.
CRuis1As LiQUoit.-Just as we
v'ere going to press last Ma(ght w waiter
kn1ocked'at ou'i' door. and u1pon enter
ing he in formed lt that lie had a
treat for us, "fixed up" by Mr. F. W.
JIabenicht. IV-e sampled it and found
It 'to be good. He hat jut. 'iceived a
fine line of wines, -liquors, cigars, etc..
for the holidays. If you wait a Lyood
drink of any kiid give him a call. Mr.
Ifabenicht will pleate accept oar
-Just reccived direct from the im
porters-one cask of 1875 Cornae
friandy, 1874 Jamaica Ruiin, 1870 Rfan
sey's Scotch Whiskey, best Ilolland
Swan Uin, at F. W. Hibenicht's. *
TiH COoiuin TEAcIEms.-At a 1e
cent meeting of tIe Coloried Teachers'
Associatio,, the following preamble
und resolution, ofi'ered by S. 0. Nel
son, were unaniimously' adopted:
Whereias, We, the teachers of Pair
field county, have met filr the purpose
;of riisitur the free school system to t
highep p1mu% of usel'less ti'oughout
e it r.'eoed. That we, he teah
er'a of this counity, do ask thronugh thei
'papers of thle sa me thle sympa lthies of
thle best thinakinig men to aid uS ini this
iminport ant work of C edneat ion, thla't t hiis.
1u1 a'ao, mayl~ be raised to a higher'
laneii la life anad in nsefulness.
POSImvE No-rica.-Thos that are
* iindebted to the imder'signied for dental
work done1 inl good~ faith will now
p)lease come f'orwar'd and settle at o'uce.
J have given amplle time, and now re
quest in-ompt paymenlt, as mney~? I
fleed, and mionley I must hare, to mleet
miy obligatioiis. '"A word to the wise."
* I. SIMrsoN, Dentist.
MAsONIC ELI.rON .--At a regulair
mon11?tih''ly onocaItion oft Wininsbor()
Chiapter, No. 2, 1?. A. M., held on thle
4th inst., the following olicers were
elected to serve for the ensuing Ma
W. N. Chandler, E. I1. P.
J1. li. MeMasicer, 1R. K.
JI. S. Connor, E. S.
G. B. McCanits C. of' II.
WI. G. Jor'dani, P. S.
E. W. Aiken, lt. A. C.
J. N. Center, (G. M. 3r'd Veil.
0. Wi. Bhichanan, (G. M, 2nd Veil.
F. Wi. llabenicht, G. M. 1st Veil.
C. M. Chandler, Treasurer.
P. Land~lecker, Seciretary.
F. McMaster' & Co. have received a
lot of' nice things for Christmas, but
g!ood at any time, and they mnust be
sold1 in season. Readu their advertise
Messrs. Lauderdale andI Gooding anl
nlounice that they are expecting a lot of
good buggies, which will be sold1 ver'y
cheap. If' you think of buying onie,
wait. till these comec.
Mr'. 1). 1. Flenntiken has r'eceived1 a
fresh supply13 of' geninie Newv Orleans
miolasses, jut.~ the thing to go with
bacekwheats. Try some.
Mr. Joseph Gr'oeschel annfoUuees
that he is still otfering goods in hi~
line ver'y lo'w to cash bii ies, aan(
wtants the people to come and see him.
P~ETERISON FOR JANU1~ARY .-Pe'terso0l '.
NMagazine for Jaiiuar'y is just out, i
mar'vel of beauty, the most costly',
evidently', ever' issuled. There arc twc
unriiivailed steel enigr'avings; the first
"Cherry Ripe," ani exquisite copy ol
M~illais's celebr'ated picture; thle other.
"'Psyche Listening to the Flute," als<
exceptionally charin g. TIheni thler<
Is a dlouble-sized coloredl steel Ihshiioi
plaIte, whlich.is a picturie as w~ell ; an
50ome thirty othier fashioin patterns
besides a scor'e of designs in embrnoid
cry, crecwel-wor'k, etc, etc. But th<
great f'eatiure is a nmagnificent colorce
paitterni in Ber'llin-work for' a curtain
border, chair'-stiripe, etc., the most cx
pensive anid b)eautifulh, yet uisefull em
bellishment, p)er'hapsh, cever published hi
any' magiazine. TIhere ar'e two novelets
"Th'Ie Pr'ofessIonal Beauty," lby Fr'anh
Lee Benedict, and "Rule 01' Ruin," br
Iiris. Ann S. Steph~ens, besides seveaa
coumleted stories by other first-clas
Ors, and the very best ahy va r
1 'agazino. The reading mn 0
e too, thie behig 1no hrt
dred aid , s inl the nuilib
'Peterso7,,, , . I$Cheaper a
r better thanl ever . T'he pr
Is still Only two dollarsi .
Clubs it is astonlislinugly low), yA.
Copies for hine dellars, with an exi
copy to the Ierson getting up the ci
Or seven Copies for ton dollar8 ani
. half, With both an extra copy am
larger.size engraving, "Chri8t i Be
PilatR," or a photog*rapi album, to I
persoin getting up 'the club. ?Subscri
to no inagazjne till you havo seen
of tise. Spe0oleintC aire Sol
Ias ishing to got I
predicted for March ii11, l83.
Senator Lamar is said to be sor
for Rellogg, but sheds -t1 tears ,f
h- Tlue wivto Republicans of Tenne
see are said to contribute' 1ost large
to the tirpassiig H1ite'iacy of h
. --y3 tie 1imo the South makesu
her itnd to n tianticturo her own fi
niture, the capitalists of the North I
owni Il' of he'r. Vlluabhle tliinbey-ltid
.W- 11. randerbilt's income froi
his inevestnment* in United States boni
i said to be $704,000 per annum.I
haditioln to this he owns over 8100
0t0,000 in railroud property. W. I
ought, to be able to jog along on this.
-David Evais, ot Plynouth. Pa
comimitted sai'oido oil Thursday b
shootit hilmself three tilnes throug
the head. lie was relidered bisaii E
'0- 1enda f i ng to solve (he problem v
-^Jarnes Wheeler, While rechirning t
his hoine fr-on Birmlinghamti, Atla
where he had sold cot tou, wais robbe
anid 1iimrdered onl Fri(dity night inl M.
olitskirt ot' the village of Pratt,
Mies. There is no CluC to the mW
--)omand 0, and take no other iro
.'-partion.e\cept B3rown's Iron Bitter:
is thle best,..
A SY COND supply of Cholve NeX 01
D). R1. FLENN[KEN.
B U"INI IN.
T O arrive withi ton day ,p onle ear-lo
- of l"'g eWitha n< wi-th~out 'top
Parties desav'r to plunihase will do well L
ho1l their(' orders until this lot arrives. Po
further information apply to
1t. C. ceODING,
T. WV. LAUDERDALE.
PrA4TAT'ION FOR SALIF
I OFFER for sale my plaiititiom, situoat
1. mile south of the towi of W1in1s
horo, S. C., containing two hundred am
tiiirlty-se'ven (237) Iaces, more or less. O1
t I he phlie are about 10 acres origi woodA
about . acres of gouod bottom lan1d, th<
b).hie of thle plaice' ini a good state of cul
tt vaition. Oni t h pace is a g:2odd lwulljing
huose, gmn-house, large barn, all nmecessar
ouit-hiuiiings, andti a splend(idI .spring niem
t he. hiouts. .'an bec treatedu folis with thie
boiro, 5. C. J. A. ]3YNUM,
Dec 7-fix2t A get
PPffVATEL KAJ L E.
I WILL offer for sale, at may placena
Wht afrom n~ow uintil thme 16ith o
this monith, miy htorses, mulets, COWS, wagJ.
on, b,y~ and1( all fartaming hmplemenh
and( onl Saturday, 16th Dcembher, wvilI seA
all that reimais at auction, includini
houisehold furniture, etc.
Dee --taet? JOHN SCHlUTZ,
CROSBY MILIT ARY INSTITUTE
D. B. 3UBY, A. M,, PRINCIPAI
:-1" SE~ND FORl CufucU1,Alts
NEWY YAR~ GOODS!
Fre'sh antd Choice Goodat
at retail. ueMetsmthnn
NewV Croj New~ Orlethsm Molasses.
JT. F. .Mf./IS TE R 41 C
lA T ~~ is the dlillerenice bet weeni
Mackerelcand a11(1 WVomanii? Mace
era dr upthmemslves, but w'oni
Suigenhe'ier's i'imre Corn Whisk'
anid keel) out of danger.
'UGEIN Il NI0.\ I?'i'i( Tl~ is no(
Sat Bent y lio.'s old1 stanid, and I1
Ihas nmo initerest inl anly otheri store
L KEEP1 inl stock all kitals of ioc
anmd Shmo(s. M~ent's Uittrs at. $1 .2
$1 .50, $1 .75' a pair, anmd up wards
ver'y cheapij and god lIt t ig. If slho
ilt. well, they w ill give you no cori
I-Take your count y paper, and~ lea:
what. is goingr on i. home,
ro N1W# 0OP BUCK
U1IOW-CIIOW PICKLES by
ARb BUTT Rt-5 I'ouind buckd
PA .X V ER.-5 pound bucket&
a NEWri X LAYAR UiA112
h1 FRESH ciINF8.
bo 1RESIL MACARONIN -
a NEW CROP TU1RUISH VR1JN
FIFTY DOZEN CAlS TOMATOES. Lv
in your winter supply of thjeso 'goods
they will lbe lilo
A large line -of otim goods WIIh 1Y
limited space will not allow me to enlune
All my goods are FIRS't-OLASS, au
quality, qiantlity aid weihts UAraintee<
ALL CIlEAV FOR CASH.
ALL CH1KAP FOR CASIT,
GIVI- Mt A CAL2
GIVE ME A CAL
U'. 1. IUE Y.
GROCE R IES
f NEW ORLEANS MOLASSESt
N tIW ORIlASANS MOLASSE-S
NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES
NEW ORLEANS MOLASSE.C
NEW OltLANS MOlASS
d NEW ORLEANS MOLASS.ES
s IPKWH JIEAT FLOUR!
JUCKWVi A'T FLOUR
i NEW ORLEANS MOL1ASSESf
N\V 0TIA NS N10 LASS.SI
N E1' W, OlsA NS N 10 L, AS SSSI
NEW OR LEANS MOLASSES
NEW OHlLEANS MOLASSES
NEW OlRLEANS MOLASSjqES
I' ;EKWEAT FI/)UR
r IlUIKT I IEA-'T FLO,0Ult
BUCKWI lEAT F"LOUR
NeitheOr of which can be surpassed in
]D. R. FLENNIVEN.
SPEI 01 F C.
TIlTS TRULY WONDElRFUX
Its speedy action upon all Bro~nclhial andi
Puilmonic Affetions is beyond belief
to those who have never tried it
or sen it used..
It ypeedily allava lBronchial andIC iul
mlonlic Fems)~. It is A~ 4-ohdelrful1
EX15ECTORANT AND HI E A Li E R
It keeps the digestive eand nrinary or
gansl in a natural and healthy condition
PUR(.FIES THEi isLOOD,
Instantly relieves night sweats, gononea
of app)1etite and1. generl'ai dohility. It hai
beren known only four years antd
r.HAS NEVER FA TLEDl-ro PEtRFI'C1
Any one afflicted with what is geneall:
-consuidlered death's amnti courier. coflR nsup
tionl, can be curedi or $2. 50, $5.00 o
SI0 00 according to the stage which th,
- diseaso~ hats rehed. No patient has ye
taken $10) w'ortih beforeaculre was affected
. T'he SPECIVI(o is rec)foinided onkly fo
pu~haonfary fflctionsH, and1( tho0se desirini
to use it cain doe so by sending their order
to the proprietors of this papeir or direc
to me, stating that you saw thin ad vertisr
ment in the Winnsboro Nswa AND) IIERALI:
(;uresn RheumI~at ism, either aceute or chrain
ic, in tromn eigiht toi teni days,
Price by Express, $5 1)er Blottic
DR. JT. WV. WALKER,
Juho13 lRANKLINTrON, N. C.
OPEhN BUGiEiliS AT $317 and $I15, AT
U ILYSSIN G. DIESPORT ES.
AND FEET) STABLES
INRsdOc S. (., Nov. I., 'l88-s
e All persosi k 11 II~ now MIVingtesle indeble
set tie them at 01ee, as5 [ will force corlie
w I iitv a!)Ititi'(e a fm'ty Ii' d
.I Iinte Westerni ihors.es and1 mules10, am110
IIthemi5 some good sadland 11( harnesn horse
and1( somel good brood mares.
Also some1 extra finie mate mutles, sitie
ts handi~s high, and11 weli broke, whrilehi I ni'
', seil at fair prIces, Cr swap for ohi fat hors
is. A. WILIFUORI).
- ENoislui.DEs 1FOn $, $fl, $7 At
rn $10. kentnnky Spring Reat Sadls f
-A 6 o
4.q~mn .f al $1A
Svase t a 0
-n fue China, hIli l cr ve
ON and r fe 0t1
Ms s o M a l
Di 14tchers, Mugs Cups and hts,
-Plukle Leaves, Ingk andu, &o.'
d 011ANKBERM 8- 9
oeldting of ten pieces, be 01 -it *ed
ated In Black, Blue, Pink -
STATU 41 i
We biter 11nely 6Xeqbted busts of the
fainou Geh. R. rE J1Hj in b utiful
Paran Marble.. bf the 01 1Ierd
Ahoulcd scouge top at. the
momrnory 9f his Nt I
Atl F1, R 4,
-A -FAIR .A
WE HAVE Now RtCEIVED oUR
AND AhE READY FOR INSPEi'ION.
EVERY DPARTWMENT 611 OUR
STORE IS FULL AND COM
PLETE AND WE ARE
MEET THE MAR1tET
AS WE GUARANTEE DOT1
PIOCES AMD GOODS
We hope all parties will call and
examine our Stock before plurchas
ing. We think we can show a line
of goods as comploto, as pretty and
as cheap.as were EVER OFFERED
IN THIS MARKET.
McMASTER, BRICE & KIlIT11N.
s'k E n ot opening ,the largest
but cort 'R offered in the B3oro,
kly a little larger than
SBEATY & Co.
botte ~ ond before, and we think a
: NTD EE.
iASIC OUR PIIICES.
SWe tall esps
Dress Goods, Nttentior, to our
Handkerchiefs, Lad5 aslrimmnings.
Children's H~oriery, s', Missses' and
IAsk for artics not kol~Lrettes, Etc.
ZIEiGLE'R B3ROS. S
anId BAY STA
WARNING TO YOUN MEN.
?&- Do not buy until yo e u
Nobby Suits, Latest Style \it n
fine Shoes, hand or machin~
-1. A. TA TY &g,
DON'T nov A WAoON UNTIlb Yo
It will pay3 you. SRERj US.
UL.YSSE G. DESP(*
My stock of $taple and Far
goeds I have fresh Mackerel, sinmall
Salnon, Imiported and D~om obster,
duines, Jh'el, Illam anid T1ongu IiC Sar
A ples(, P''ehe, hlvaporat ed P Ieiiis,
Chow, mixedi and plan ic kle~ Chw
to :35 ets., Worcestershire nic~ 10) es
per Sauic, Ca [tps, 1Extracts se ep
and1( Lemion. Spices. Oatmei(al.( &Vunii Ia
Alacauroni, Cheese. 'Sanidar d aV~ Uh"Q
Soda iscuit, GingerI Sinaps ami aks
Nic-Nacs, Animals, Cofli'eu aks
(Cakes. Thel Bnuswick ll Sugar
vaflssed, ver'y fine. JU lfl( ,~ can
goes ahea~fd 'of a barit, canvassed tonis
sugar eniredi, Iwo cents less i ~d
Small Tionynies. Invite altenit\ rie
my FLO)UIt8, P'aient~s and ," .to
Fu mily, lIItuihnuts (rit.s, .te i~jOce
d grad~es Sugars, lions.tedl Cofl'e'' " 1 loi
Ii andt Dairk liios, Old Goveiman "Ide
er Ivery old and rich. l( l'eNT UchJaa
d- des, several st~yies, I uggy and Sd
I I avt'ss, LineR, lireechiing. Vag(on
B lridles and W JillPS. II Ul[S, 1)1 ara',
and ltimis, Pot wvare, WVoodU spoukos,
,WIIilEATi BRAN. )ATS.
I) TT Is A F'AcT, wit WII,J, REI,T, r,j
:or WVagon or JIugy'y for less thani an *.
town. ULhYSSE~ 0. DE'SPOi
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta 1. i
COnvUrjIAj . C., November 5, 1882.
HE initial link in South Carolina in th<
Iticlniond and Danvilie Systein woric
glto and from Clarleston via the South
*No. 5.3. iwo. it.
Ly. Augusta d.. 7.35 a. m. .... ........
Ar. Columbia b.. b 11.39 a. im. tv 5.o a. In.
Ar. Winnsborob.. 1.13 p. in. 7.52 at In.
Ar. Chester c...s . 2.17 p. i. 16.50 a. In.
Ar. Clibarlotte d. . 4.13 p. I. 3.15 p. m.
Ar. Satesville e. .% 705 p in,. ...,.
414o. 52. two. 14.
Lv. Statems1ilo . 8.00 a. in. %... .....
Lv. Charlotte d... 2.30 p. m% 5.22 a. i.
iv.. Chester c..., 4.29 p. M% 9.25 a. in.
LY. Winnsboro.. 5.33 J). 11. 1.22 bI.
Lv. Columbia b... 7.0o p. in. Ar.3.50 p. in.
Ar. Augusta......15 p. m.............
*Dally. t Daily, oxcejpt Sundays.
Ratillroa1 (or Wnhi ngton) time fifteen
minutes load of WItliinsboro thne.
a With all lines to and from savhiinah,
Florida and the South and Atlanta, M1acon
and the Southwest.
b With South Carolina Railroad to and
from Charlesto by Nos. 52 and 53 and With
Columbia and Oreenville Railroad.
o With Chester and Cheraw and Chester
and Lenoir Railroads.
d With Richnond and Dtnvllie Railroad
o iand from all points North, Atlantle,
'ennesseu and Ohlo Division and Carolina
e With Western North Carolina Railroad
for Asheville, Warm Springs and all poiuls
on that line.
M. SLAUGHTER, G. P. A.
1). fiARDWEJLL, A. G. P. A.
G. R. TALCOTT, Superintendent.
South Carolina Railway Companhy.
O N and after November 12, 1.982, Passen.
ger Trains will run as followis until
TO AND PROM CHARLESTON.
Leave Columbia at..*8.00 a. in. 6.55 p. in.
Altive Charleston.. .12.57 p. h1. 11.30 p. In.
Leave Chiarleston....t7.00 a. in. *4.00 p. Im.
Arrive Columbia.... 11.27 a. i. 10.05 p. i.
tDalIly. *Dall'j e::cept Sunday.
TO AND FnOM CAMDEN.
Leave Columbia at..*8.00 a. m. *6.515 p. m.
Arri-o at Camden. . . 1.07 p. i. 9.25 p. in.
Lave Camden at.. .*7.00 a-. m. *4.45 p. m.
Arrive at ColumbIa. .11.27 a. i. 10.05 p. In.
*Daily Cxcept Sundays.
TO AND FnOM AUOUSTA.
Leave Columbia...............*7.25 p. m.
Arrivo~Augusta........... 7.55 a. ml.
W is. .
ILaVe Augusta.....*7.00 a. i. *412 p. i.
Arriie ColImbia. ... 4.08 p. Ih. 10.05 p. in.
*Dnily ercept Sllnday.
Conneetlions made at Columbia with Co
lunbiia Anid (uIvetA'Ilke Railroad hb' train
arrivig at 11.27 a. In.-, id depariing at
6.55 p. I. ConnentIon Made at C., C. & A.
Juniction with Charlotte, Columbia and
Augusta Raillhad by train arriving at Co
lumbia at 11.27 a. Im., and Imparthig at (L-55
p. m., to ann from all points on both roads,
with through Pullian Sleeper )elwee'n
Charleston and Washlgton, fla Virginia
Micllend route, without 'ehange. Uotnec.
tion 'nade -.t Charleston with stealilers for
New York on Wednesdays and Saturdays:
also with Savannah and ChtklmleAoni 11il
road to all points S0utl.
Confnections Are made at A uguista with
Georgia Railroad and Central Rtailroad to
and from all points West alnl South.
Through Tickets can be purchased to all
points South And West, by applying to
D. McQtf EL.N, Agent,
Cl001bia, S. C.
JOHN. B. PEnCK, General Manager.
D. C. A~IEuN, Gen. Pass. and 'Ticket Agent,
Charleston, S. C.
NET TIlRTY IMY S
NOT W iTH~STA NDI NG
OuA unslo difi Ynay i-ust assured th
weS will nuot be undersold by~ any other
honiso in towih ()ur muotto has been,
and still is, "QUICK SALES AND)
SMALL PROF ITS."
We offer, for the NEXT THiliTY
DAYS, great bargains In
NOTIONS OF ALaL KINDS.
Oihg to0 the extremely warm weath
or, we wvill sell all of our
at thue most astonishingly low prices.
WeV (10 not wvish y'ou to buti ulss
fully sutted, and1 il refundi( the InIoney
for any unsatisfactory purchase,
P. LJN.ECKEAI 4& BRU.
SADDn~ns, JIDLE8 AND IIARNE88s-"wA1
UL~YSS1R G. DESP'OR1S.3
GENERAL ORDER NO. 1.
ON and fter this dato freIght on gootis conveyed to merchants running 'n th6
schedule of the Ligfhtnig Express must he >re-pWd h ship ier, as we understain
they are not woirth the frelhht chaged, owing to the marlte h of C1iester, Lancaster and
W'innsboro, I the State of South Carolina, having been over-stocked by the Lightning
Express with such
''int were we forced to sell, in order to collect freight, we could not rehllte tubugh
nonaf from a ctr-loal of it.
Shippers by the Limited Express will pay na before (on delvery), their goods being
alwa' s worth one hundred cents on the dollar.
'Ue people of Fairfileld are beginning to orpen their eyes and stM Very plainly thingA
T'ey linve been paying fancy priees for shoddy goods "sold regardless of cost.'1
But "every d'g has his da'," ahd we all see that the days of the Light-nin r Express am1
the Little Wiil Vnille tie nearly nuniheted. Our nel'ghbor, who has e-en running
his.Little Engine wIth so many (Iiferent powers In its short career, draws tihe attentoii
of the comitiunity to the character of the
he hs first beeh 11thnhihg "WMit Brains"-they quickly ran out; then with til
'Ahnighty Volar"---they soon played out; then wth i mixture of "Brains and Cash,'
composed of i small remnalit of each, and a lilg amount of wind: then with "Unerring
J.udgient," that tild not work. And his last, resort, is i acvknowlediging his Engine run
without f re 011 ower. Now what is it run with ? The brains were out, and the firej
N-rN Mneuy plVied out-hence their remains no ot her motive power knowni to tho
world, my worthy frienids, blt that Used by the "Littlo Engine,''
tl'he e hrtAMer ot hin mhetrt 6t w'%Il known.. I camne ainong you years ago, to stay%
Am I the first nin to imt. misfortune ainid b over-come by her? No, my frienids, many
others have gone tie saile road, and many yet to come will follow. Remember, mf
windy neIghbor, "le Wh o lanyhs last lauglis best.
I had b.t. two coirses opeh 1u114e-one to bring a lot of worthless trash to this
market, rejieted by respect(ale ieeliants at the North, aind sell thlii as first-class
goods at first-class prices, gulling the people by long, windy advertisements; or to buy
And try and sell the mat fair pices. I h'se the lattel vou re. How l failed ynti
all know, Iut, I prekI-ried left in the rich creditor at the North lo:e mon4y; if such was
to be, to imjuringI Iany guod frienadls of tie South, for lte blieneft. oitf the rih imen at th
North. But Iulerstanad, Th'lie I imited4 is paying toll at all statioisi, Baltinure included,
al one hundred ents on the dollar, aind (doesi't have to pret end to
'LL OUT AT COST,
A id go West to do it, either. I)on't you forget it.
li conclusion, one Word to colliletit irs whose biraiins are (liut. anI j udgi'nivit pinyd
out--Ioin't plimp on flt r-uiis of nit honest ian, who has failel, but. hone1istly so, om
crow over his misforitme. Ret'miembleWr ithe simple old savini g, sli!ht ly aiinlded to sutit
this case- (-"'Ie who pays and runs away, imay live to brtak sote otler iity."
If you want elap goths and good 4eeds, call oi
W~ho I., payig bIIs fleblt~s aII n'213 inld'iids ti) pay!'4 d-. !1vali w m r'-'V nn p ewle
the Synagogue) for a good, fat 'I'eniteIsse hog.
J0 GBES1Ci.-IEL _AVGTj,,
Deccemiber 6l, 1.4,12.
TRE flO6LIDAYS AIL CO1*1
AND NOW IS WINE VIMI~ElTO PUMPARC F 01 THUE.14
VhNEST VAITY Or,' rnP ICrA L FRUJITl IN TH. 'MARK~t
1HES1I CAtGO'S rVEIIYR WEEW~.
[BANANAS COCO AN U Y, ORIANGEI'S, MALAGA GnAPP-M.
A1AL,'5,) 1"TC . PEANUT'S. RA 1SUNS, NI I'I', CiTrIA1N.. CURRANT'1S,
IV. ORDIERtS PILLED) MJ''I DDl3LATC11. .a.1
CHIAIEST ON, S.C.
THE B EST OF ALL
IS TO ('ALEL OvYf
CONGRESS STPE11j1' W IAN_',% ,1)OB10,
Who has noWv on banc tbe LARGEST aurd bert SE1,7ECT FD S TOCK Olt
FALL AND WINIT1 GOOD,,*
lHe has ever bad in store. This Stock comnprises all the Lateiit Stylms of
.DRV GOODS, A1'F N
TiLnfdie-' Dress ('Oods, I have tile finecst and~ ftulke, ft he cp Clsecii ill matny
i (Iteiis' VIllvn.i.hillu Goeds nid Un~ilemk-cer I have an a,.,ortiuwit that foe~
arvval11(1 hi~r q I olitv vaen 22 h F1 -a rns(an 2fy w I eir
,Mv~ Clot Idiit~ hias el 1110A iiaost ilt se led, and is sure to givo 01tird
silt isthent iQ11.
All ill\ iroos have beeni carefully holqflht, .1nd I fid1a sell 'ant the loweM
Atesros. 0). Y. OWINCAS and A. If. FlTl MTV' are wli ltoe, P114 1,h11Y wilt
alWilys be gilad to Ise t heir best. Ctidetivot's it) plutise 0211 ow1ItowiV.
The* patronague of the Public is respeettully Solicited.
L. S AM.IJETJS.
No. .2,:11(1 il k-ikj b l..patouts, oftTot".
No. * :tt : M C5(1'(l, a kt~ ~ti '~ trado-marks. *opYriJ bta 0640;oi
~~~~nII 1 j ~m'aUqs. FrAneoi
Gerim~., and ll, other Coo1wtloe.
SmoedI ltlbu -SnW ht~ hoeTi~LtVs,1 ymet' pg~atico. Y4
,mok(I litibu-SomlhiigChove.chargo f.,r ey.a.nination of Vowas cc 111%w"
injps. Addoeo b; mallfree.
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#ffoI9M!VTW it AbIBRILCAU9 wbich ham
MCC, Flouar .11d Canl (4001s. 11i",th largesb elrranatibu, and is t'uo mwet ial' ..
PO~2tL)5. 11~l~if~(~,~\ll~l' ~ entl.h nowspt.per aoft: 1K2nh psibliettedia th4
atl(I 0111olm patentee undoritinds. yneA
atal ()nioiis. TiWilargo an~d aecntlldl1h'fea3ItA
i Vith groCJ ma1ll11. other, 'o S hI. , And is adnitiod to heb this bot ',411?"t 411)Yct
to eel ouce, m'e eho ui.s,Invrflo Ho. oo~,0rm,
cC ~vhieli will iw soild -11. a S1 , workri, itul dihe? dq's;&n. .its ;f1 inu1i-Tr t.
progrtOi'L, bV ihad in ny J"I~
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