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*1.)E sAVj January s, o 0 : : 'is .
1888-J. L. Mimnaugh.
Notico-Caldwell & Lauderdale.
Something Now-J. H-. Harden &
Attention-J. P. Caldwell, Secre
Notice of Partnership-Ragsdale
Fortune's Favorites-Lonisiana Stat
Notice of Partnership-McDonald &
Dissolution of Partnership-Doug
lass & Ragsdale.
-The Frick Eclipse Engiine Is ac
knowledged to be the best engine
made. Sold by R. J, McCRIrley & Co.*
PosIrvE NoTcI.-Those that are
Indebied to the -undersigned for dental
work done ill good faith will niow
please come forward and settle at once.
I have given ample time, and now re
quest Itompt payment, as money 1
-nead, and money I must 1ve, to moet
my obligations. "A word to the wise."
* 1. SIMPSON, Dentist.
Nxw STOnE.-Attentilon Is called to
the advertisoment of Messis. J. H.
Harden & Bro., who have just opened
out In the store formerly occupicd by
Mesrs. James Turner & Co. Messrs.
Hfarden & Bro. Intend to keep a stock
If goods that will come fully up to the
wants of the large piatronage which
they will seek to deserve au.1 enjoy.
They have now on ha3nd a we'l-assort
ed stock of staple and fancy groceries,
selected with great care, and this stock
will be kept up so as to ineet every
want of their customners. Of th:.e w7e3
trust they will have quite as many as
they c3an wish.
PKSoNTAL.-Capt. Chas. S. Dwight,
of this place, has been appointed chief'
engineer of tile Augusta, Elberton &
Chicago Railroad, and will nt once
enter upon tihe diiscllarge of Lis duties.
Under his nanagemient the road will
be pushed to completion in the earliest
time practicible. Tle crompany i';
fortunate in ,procuring the services of
Captain Dwight. lie has had long
xperienco ill hisll profession, and his
asisted ju the bui Iding of so11e of the
lost iiportianit railroads in the coun
ty. For the past six years hie has held
the position of chief eigineer of tie
Chester & Lenoir Railroad, besides
working ill other directions.
MASONIC OmF10'-is.-The following
nained 4officers of Ridgeway L0(gc
No. 30, A. F. M., recetllly elec(ed,
Were ilstalled on the 27th tilt., to
ser~ve for thie enlsuing year:
S. F. Cooper, S. W.
F. M. L. Duke, J. W.
J1. A4.. Simpson, Secretarly.
.K. McQuatter~s, 8. D.
J. .Stewart, Tiiler.
Richard'( Matlchett, Sewr.
A ~Tranisror s of URea E'c'tate.
Th'cember 41, 1832. Thlolilis I leller
to Sing let 01n 510one ald Hlenjailinil Work
nian, DPaconls, 000 att r ''in dJeThr.oll
town1shi p; c~l1sideraftio011 65.
Decembier 4, 19;82. W. TI. Kerr',
Clerk of Court, to) TlhomasO Mc~ill, Sr.,
435 acres in -- townlship; considerai
December 4, 1882. C. G. Boulwar'e
to D). P. Crosby, 312 acres ill Feader
ville townlship); consid~erationi $1,5~0.
December 7, 1882. T. K. Elliot. t)
Oliver Sloan, 194 acres in Jackson's
Creek township; conlsideratlionl $660.
D~ecember 8, 1882. W. H. K(err,
Clerk of Court, to W. R. Doty and
D. V. Walker, 211 acres ill Jenikins
ville townlship; conisiderationi $G45.
D)ecembher 8, 1882. W. H. Kerr,
Clerk of Court, to U. G. Desportes, 95
acres5 in Greenbrier township; conisid
December 8, 1882. WV. U1. Kerr.
Clerk of Court, to A. F. Hull', 30. acres
in- towniship; conisiderationl $150.
December 8, 1882. Mary T. Phinney.
and others to ,John K. McCarley, one
lot, i acre, iln Mount Zion townsehip;
December 9, 1882. Jesse Giraddlick
to W. HI. Lyles, 70 acres in Iloreb
townlshIp; considerat1ion $75.
December 11, 1882. 8. J. Douthit,
Jenklisville towVnship; conlsderation
Decemb~er 11, 1882. J. E. McT.onald,
Asignee of Francis Elder, to H1. L.
E 1lliott, one lot in Mount ZionI towni
81111) consideratlonl $3,300.
December 12, 1882. J7. E. McDon
ald to Charles M. Chnindler, one lot, e
acre, in Mounti Zion towns~hip); coin
si f ederatlon $250.
December , 18, 1882. Charlot te, Co
J umbia & Augusta Railroad to Char
net Bonoy, 79 4-10 acres in Rtidgeway
towniship; conlsidera1tion $100.
December 14, 1882. W. HI. Keorr,
-Clerk of Court, to Silas W. Ruff, 45
acres In iloreb townIshipl; conisidcera
December 15, 1882. W. H. Kerr,
Clerk of Court, to Jag. G. McCants,
-Attorney, 800 acres in Gladdenl's Grove
town~shlip; consideratIon $2,425.
December 16, 1882. Fannie U. Bolic~k
to Samnl. H. Stevenisioni, 400 acres ini
Seoasterville townshelip; conlsiderationl
Decemb8 r 16, 1882. David Branham
?< to 'Wylie Branham, 72j acres in Bear
:7Creek towniship; consideratIon $253.76.
4ecember 21, 1882. Fauline B3.
9to J. FrakiIn Lyle., 40 acres in
Simpson's township; coiisideration
December 23, 1882. W. II. Kerr,
Clerk of'Court, to Thomas F. Broom,
100 aeros In Greenbrier township; con
December 23, 1882. W. 11. Kerr,
Clerk of Court, to T. W. Traylor, 642
acres Iin - townslitp; Coliidoration
December 28, 1882. Frank B. John
ston and WIm. T. Johnston to J. 1).
Staunton, 205 acres in Jenkinsville
township); consideration-. $300.
D~eceiiber 28, 1882. J. E. McDon
ald, Assigneo of Francis Eler, to
U. G. Desportes, ;123 acres in Oakland
towliship; consideration $1,605.
December 28, 1882. Win. S. Rabb
and Anna E. Rabb to R. Y. Owens,
onie lot in Monint Zion township; con
C I RISTMA F IS T1VITI LS.
A Basket Dinner at Bulntlo Church .Santa
Clais iuubtrs the Snxuday ehool
Messrs. Editors: Your correspon
dent will aid you in tilling up your
valuable columns this week, if the old
folks will remain quiet itd stand back
lonx enough with their egg-nogg nlid
1hristmas cdibles for a henrinug. llav
!gi gathered thickly around the ftious
old camp-meeting spot, near .3ull1!o
church, and growin-g weary in leisure
ly chat, wo enteredCl the house of wer.
ship. Instantly our eyes were fixed
upon a lonely and lovely cedar benting
over with presents so numerons and
pretty that any one present would
readily suppose ho couldn't havo rea
soiabtly been overlooked, slighted or
forgotten. Presently the noisy specta
tors being engaged ia laughter and
lou.d converse, vere checked into (Ilc
tude wit I nill impressive prayer oflered
by Mr. J. W. Itobinson in thliksgiv
ing and praise. Aliss Sallic Abell, of
Cedar kireek. and Miss Emmia Etz
minger, of lilythewood, added greatly
to thei hour as tl:ey performed on a
well-tuncd l i-, rcompanied by
lany enitulied voices in sacred son1g.
Recaders of' Tu. Nt-:wS AD 11ERA.D,
Itt me veiinue to say it. was as good
music of the kind as ever thrilled the
air* south of Mason & Dixon's line. In
the mlean1while Dr. Thos. F4. Broom
demiaided a lecturq fron Dr. II uggins,
Who respolxiied, suggesting i proper
tte of the loflidays, etc. The purport
of his itmaiLrks. implied this-iore
reverence .itd less fiohicsomiie pleasure '
in the observance of Christmas. He
was taken by surprie, and did so well
that wo shall past him next time. At
2, p. Iml., we drined in the church; and
we would advi11e all bachelors to he
"0m10 mloe'C sOcial and call early and
afIteni auonlfg our. fiir sex to learn how
o live. TPhis feaet bein:g miore than
satisf2actory, id a social hionr or two
nving pia si'd, som11 left for~ their
homles, whiih' tihe maijority 01' tlhe younlg
peole pro'~cttiedl at on1ce to 1I11 lolDa ile.
.'!hiis .,hooI Ulittuner thle sv,.perv ision of
Mliss E HI. Ke., ot Chocter', nn accomn
l ishied scholar and e::cel lenit te(achier.
Ilere wve were entertained hiv her werll
1tiiipliined schiolar is wit h poetry ot'
tasite, dialoirnes, etc. Thel~ llev. J. W.
Eit zinger , choos-ingi "E'dneantion"' ias
a subhjoet of discuti'.~on, left manyl
Points t'or~ ni to review.
Logwill thle Cedu~ar Crieekers recall
w ith Ipleaisure the Chr iistmaus T1iree at
Buiiffalo and Illolly D ale, and mnay I,
in attll ion, remiark that the combhina1
t ion pre'senut I recei vedi at school
thoughi lit tle in v'alue-will be ocea
si(Iitally woivleed at, near
D)eceinber '30, iM12.
A T1sun:1.tt:i's 8Mstar Tur~ex.
Am.nong thle pensi.OI whlo piurchased
t'ckets a i 11 he iinI Wicke ofti vester'
tion1 was St. Piial., Mi nn. Save I le
presence1C of' a smai~ll dog, wvhiich she die
clairedl she wVas goinig to taike with her,
the lhady wa~~:s alone. A ftler secur'inig a
check t'or her bagga:ge thle indyl ai her
dogr entered thle laldies' coach, where
the formuer took ai sea while the latter
crouched down at. her feet. Soon at'ter
shie assumed a pea'cefuil attitude the
traina hand entered thle coach, anda
nloticinig the~ dlog, started to dive it
ont. The old lady objected, but thie
train hamuit woul tnot yield1, although
lhe saw the (log's mistriess in tears.
Fortuintely, ai commrciaCCl tourist,
who had been a silent, witness to the
entIire conversation, st.epped'( up andl
aiske~d the traina hand to let, lie dog re
nmiinitil lie would return. The
train hand co.np~liedl, and1( thle tourist
left the coach in a harry. lIn about
lift'eeni miuti hsle ret iuriied bearinug a
cheap valise in his hand, which hu
oipened. A t'ter cut Iing at large hole in
the sIde lit placed (lie dlog ini the valise,
and p)ullig his headi through lie hole,
closed the valise. Wit hil anmile he de
posi1ted thle valise on t he sent by the
old lady and1( qluietly laughed when the
traina hand came haerk to l:iok thei dog
A sailor's Luck.
A short time sinice we announWced tiat the
ehreuler o~(f thle Novembewr drawiig :W The
Loii~uiin Stt b ottery', from iL A.
D~auphiin, New Oruleanir, ILa., state<~r that~
two-)t(ifth of the second~ capital prize of
87:t,000, amoouinting to Sto,ui00, had bieeni
dIrawn in N ewbiurypolrt.. T1hihs morning we
recevedl a let t.r sauyinig: "T'1he I .ouisiana
Sta te L~otter~y (Compianyli report that two
11 r ths of I lie seowl eit hal-th li. (ls $10i,000
wias 5ol to Charles Mowait 1, of (lhe schoon
eri 'Lucey MayV,' Ney~huirypoiu."'-Ara'burq/
port, .Mass., 'Ikrab/I, Dlee. 2. (A Dv.)
-No matte what your ailment .,,
Browna's I r'on hlit ters will surely benett
Wlnnsboro SiramII Fireb Engi' Co
A TTE'iND1 regular inetting of Comipaniiy
.Ini Tlown 11all this (Tfue.dauy) .*vening
at 7 o'clock. ,J. I'. CA L D W EL L,
Jan 2- 1 Secretary.
NOTI'ICE OF? PAltTNElRSlIlP.
'NOTICE~ is hereby gIven that, a par tner..
.I hip11 for~ the pracItlce of hiaw In aith le
courts of this State haus been this dlay formed
between the inidera'igned, uinder'the firm
nuame of McI)ONA00 & i)0UoiiA~S. All
business enitrusted to them wi'l receive
p)romipt and fithiful attentioni.
Ofice: No. 3, Law lRange.
J1. E. McDONA LD,
C. A. D)OU(HLASS.
Winnsbmoro, S. C., January 2, 1883.
DISSOLUTION Ote FMRrNERSIIIP
NOTICE 181i reby givenl that the firml c
DouUJnAS.& RAM0,L ,is this d
di solved by mnututal consent.
C. A. DOULASs
E. B. RAGSDALE.
January 2, 1883.
NOTICE OF I'AwrNEltSIIIP.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the un
dersigne(I have this day forined a eo
Iartlershiip under the tirmi name o
RAo1ALE HuIos., for the practice of Ia
in the courts of this State. Prompt atter
tion will be givoi to all bushinss entruste
to their care.
E. ft. RAGSDALE,
G. W. HAUSDALB.
January 2, 1883.
yT.ANTED a buyer for my entire stoel
W o ipe and Fanoy G roceriles, LA
(luors, Wines, Tobacco, Cigars, etc., situat
ed in best business part of town. Storu,
room well itdtapted to the busineiss and
rented for next year. 1 Intend to leave the
county and retinest all parties iudebtcd to
11w to CoIne I) tnd setttle theIll accouith
>romptly, and Save themselves trouble.I
Mean business, and will sell to a cash buy
'r. Very respectfuliy
WI~. 11. DONLY.
Goods to Give Away.
Christmas has come and gone; he hol
lay season has passted away, and sMill we
1av3 a full stock of good left. Most of the
anest and prettiest are still on han(d, which
w- offer to sell at more moderate prices
till. Many bought beautiful things of us
nd gave them away as Clu-istmas present;.
ft i3 now our time to make preecnts, and
we propose to present a ine china cup and
;aucer to every one who buys as much ;-s
:m dollars' worth from us at one time, cash
lown. (%ill our attention to this when you
aike your purchase. Although you may
lot hear from us for severri- montts to
-ori.e, remimber we keep a good st:)k of
he various articles in our line, such ii
,vatcesi and chains, gold, silver and rickel;
locks-ealendnr, fine walnut, etc.; crock
'ry-ine granite and iajolica. Jewelriy
)f every description-ladies' sets, plain and
itone rings, bracelet-, necklaces, cuff but
ons and pins, lockets, charms, bangles,
F-ilver and plated ware, comprising most
of the articies needed iln making up an
legant household. Fine glassware suited
(qr table an1d toilet decoton.'Lo
Gold pens, pen-staI-s and pencils. Snec
wiesand e ye-glasses, in gold, silver and
-Lamps and lanterns, fine and conmon.
,'iolins and viol in trilmllmgs.
Watehes, clocks and jewelry neatly ro
a;ired and warirantted.
CONNOl & CHANDLER.
1UT THx PALMKTlo WAGON OF
U LY, 1-,E Ur. D )ESPOR 011TES.
EW .YEAR GOODS /I
YE have just received the following
ctshi andtt Chlec Goods -01
rai. Mince Meat, something nice
ew Crop New Orleans Molass~es.
J.F ?.McMST ER 4& Co.
10. Kentucky Sprmei seat. Sadlesc for
16l. Ui L YSSE G. D)ESP'OR T'ES.
R~JESHI GOSl1EN BUTTER.
2NEW~ BUCKWHiiEAT FL~OUR.
[london 1Laye'rs, Loose Museniels and Fintest
OI'TIRON, CUBRRANTS and SPICES.
ew Magnolias, 1 runswiclhs and thie
'onigues, Soused Pig's Feet,, Mackerel, In
all sizesi iand quanltifica, itndl . lbrings
Prtide of the' SeaI, inl 31b tinls, tile
of ail kinds.
rJallon Apple~s. The only genuine Jos.
Plain and F'ancy
CAKES AND) CRACKERS.
COFFEES, S1UGAiS andl FLOUR~S are
SPOKES, IIIMS AND) lUBS.
In Ijarnless of all kInds.
Single Buggy I larniess $9l.5O up, worthb $11.
'he Lqumisvillie T'nhl m Plows are eqal t<
alny, bhud much cheal (lt'rj. I have al l sizes
11El) IIUSTI PRIOOF? OATS, SIXTY
"RY THE GAME -COCA
* FIVE CENTS C1GAR,
AT F, .W HIABEN[GQHT'S
1RESI GROCRRIFIS, OF 2M
JUST REOEIVED, CONSISTING Q
Flour-made by patent proces&
flams-canvassed and uncanvawd.
Sugars-of all grade.
Coffees-Oreen and Roasted, Old Gover1
ment Java and Rio, Thurber' .Celebratt,
34 and 41.
Choice New Orleans M.olasseB.
Froolh Buckwheat Flour, Oat Meal, Ralsini
Ourrant;, Ultron, and a full ine of
Pickles-Chow Chow and Mixed.
Vinegar-White Wine and Cider.
Maca-oni and Cheeri.
So icer-Worcestershire, Ji rd -'Pepper en
Mince Mert, Plui Pi'ddin'g and Cirge
Peach end Apple untter, and everythin
nice for Clristmas or any other tiue.
tW A supply of Red Rust Proof Oat
"I ays on hand.
D. U. FLENNjITEN.
NEXT TIRTY DYS
Our custome;s may rest 4ssured tia
we will not be undersold by any other
house in town. Our motto has bcen,
and still is, "QUICK SALES AND
Wa .oflre. fre i .n ~WpT 'ruumT
DAYS, great bargiine in
DR ESS GOODS,
Latest Stylos of TR SIMING( 13RA ID,
Owing to the extr r~ecy warm weath
or, we will sell all oour
GENTS' and YOWIIS' CLOTHIING
at the most astonishi vly low prices.
We do not wish an to buy unless
fully suited, and wvil efund the mouney
for any unsatisfactor uurchlase.
P. L./1NDEC 7R & BIIO.
DON''r nUY A WAoO 'nrli, Yod sley, 0s.
It, will pay youi.
U LYSSE . DERSPORTES.
AND FEED STABLES.
WzI~nono, 8. oy. 13, 18Ra.
All peons41 k~nowing 1.h selves Indebted
to the undersigned, andI~ ose notes~ fell
due on Film3'' of OCTO it, had bette~r
settle Lhem at once, as 1 1 force collee
I have also just recelv forty head of
fine Werste.rn horses an nIu!es, amnong
themi siome good saddle at arnessi horse~s,
and1( some good brood mar
Also somew ext ra fine ma nules, sixteen
hands li g, and well bro wleuh I willI
sell at fair prIces, or awap old1 fat horses
A. WIL4 GltD.
FOlt OlRI AS,
00.o DOZEN EGGS..
wYME 9. POWS4
8011th Carolina Railway Compal
ON and after November 12, 1882, Pass
gerTrains will run as follows ut
TO AND FROM CHARLEC8TON.
Leave Columbia at. .*A.00 a. in. tal.5i5 p.
Arrive Charleston.. .12.57 p. in. 11.30 p.
Le~ave Charleston... .t7.00 a. m. *4.0() p.
Arrive Columbia.... 11.27 a. tu. 10.06 p.
tDaily. *Daily except sunday.
TO AND PROM CAMDEJ.
Leave Columbia at. .*8.00 a. m. *".55 p.
Arrive at Camdeu... 1.07 p. M. 9.25 1.
d Leave Camden at.. .*7.00 a. n. 4.45 p.
Arrive at Columbia..11.27 a. in. 10.05 p.
*Daily except Sundays.
TO AND FROM AVOUSTA.
Leave Columian.............. *7.2P p. 1
Aruiio Augusta .............. 7.55 a. I
Leave Augusta.... .*7.00 a. in. *4.20 p. 1
Arrive Columbia. . . . 4.08 p. in. 10.05 p. r
*J)aily except Sunday.
Connections mad- at Columbia with C
I lumbia an(d G'reenvilIo iRailr(oad by tr a
arriv'ng at 11.27 a. imi., and depart ing
G.55 p. n. Connection Tinde at C..
r Junction with Charlotte, Columbia at
A ugusta ItaIlroaId y1 tratin arriving at C
lumbia at 11.27 a. i., and departing at t.
Sp. m., to ald from all ioints on both roatl
wi through Pullinan Slectoer betwer
Charleston and Washington. 'via Virgin
a Midland route, without chungo. C(onine
tion made at Charleston with steamers fi
New York on Wednesdays and Saturday
also, With Savannah and Charleston JaI
road to all points South;
I .onti'ctions are made at A tguta wit
Georgia itailroad aint Central Railroad t
and from all points West and Souti
Through Tickets van he purchased to i
points South and West, by ap >lying to
R. McQLEL , Agent,
Columblia, S. C.
JOHN. B. PREw, (leUteral MaNtage
D. C. AWL!sux, Gen. Pass. and Ticket A gen
Charleston, S. C.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta R. I
PSitYNoM ~1 1:4P.\nITM -NTr,
COLUM utA, S. C., November 5, 18S2.
HIl' initial link in outh Carolina in ti
. Itichmond tod .lanville system w'or
Ingato and from Charleston via tho Soutl
,No. 53. I No. 17.
liv. Augusta a.... 7.35 a. in. ...
Ar. Coluonhila b.. .11.39 a. n. LY. 5.00 a. ni
Ar. Winnshoro b. . .1:s p. m. 7.52 a. n
Ar. Chester e..... 2.17 p. I. 10.5i a. n
Ar. CIhharlotte d.. 4.13 p. 1. 3.15 p. 11
Ar. Statesviie c... 7.05 p. m. ...........
*No. 52. tNo. 18.
Ly. Statesmille e... 8.o a. in. ..... .....
LV. Charlottd d ... 2.30 p. mn. 5.22 a. n
Lv. Chestere...... 4.29 p. m1. 9.2.1 a. n
Lv. Wiinsboro.... 5.:33 p. In. 1.22 p. n
Lv. Colnmbia b... 7.07 p. Im. Ar. 3.50 p. n
Ar. Aut'sta......15.5 p. III. ...........
*1)aily. tD aiy, except Sundays.
itallroad (or Washington) tUnie fiftee
minute.s ahead of Winnsboro time.
a Wi'th all lines to amid from Savannal
Florida and the South and Atlanta, Maco
and the Sout hwest.
bI With Sou(1th Carolina salilroad to am
frot Charleston by '-.i. 52 anl 53 atnd wit
Columbia aul Greenville lailroad.
c With Chester aml Cheraw andul Cheste
and Lnoir tailroads.
d With lichnmotd and Danville lMailroa<
to and from all points North, Atnti
Tenlene:see and Ohio Division and Carolin
e With W~etern North Carolina Railroa
for Ashev iln, WarmInt1 Springs and all pint
On that line.
M. Sl,AU~llT Elt, G. P. A.
D'. C ATnw1.1,, A . ('. IP. A .
(1. R.. T.ut.cOur, Superintendent.
ONE MAN'S CASHI A
AS ANOTHJEIUS A]
SOUTHERN M U S I C UIOUSE
Only H~onse in Amieriea Selling
PIANO & ORGAN
On the One Prie System.
ONE UN F'0l3 P1? !CE to ALL, ANI)
THIAT TIiiE LOWEST KNOWN,
The nanal) sytemb of selling P'ianuos and
Orguans is fo1 theu~ 1ehh c harge*I~itit an1 3 y prie
er a fai lroi~~t or the cuto er's intAere.t.
FoI r the bEnet of (purch ilenn-rs amti to) se.
(lure- themt the full vatlut el thiri lnumley, w.e
estabiished at iem (outset of our bust iess
THlE ONR PRICE SYNTEr1M,
and to this we attrilbnte our Iimmnense and
prosperous trade. Selling ont this minare
basis, renders It lunpatrative that the pri(ce
he the very lowest oimn that can 1st givten.
Wo are pledged to this. We always have
done It, anid wet ailwas will do' it. It,'s our
creeid and our pruellee. No oilier Piano and(
Orgun Ilous~e deals on) this principhelt.
Oubr prices, in >laint figm eais, are placedi on
ecymy IistrumenQI . A child (tan buty as low
ate harpehtis)t tradehr. A Il Idter louises
have "'high prices andI~ give~ dlis,-ounts."
TIhea "One Picejy" 5system saves tim int I
tradintg, antd is thle omly sattiSfactory way to
butyer and~ seller; forI, ont the hi.) price
ttomter h~ny-, ha. is noltiI uretat Ihe has hot,
AD)VICE TO PT ANO AND
.Ihay quIck. Why? 1kcatuse aln tadvaneo
mi prfre is almost, certaitn. P ia-n's anti
Orjr:&ns are- on a hbomn. Thle demna nd ex.
(14ed1 the suppl)1y. AllI the factorb-sar-:- he
htind orders. Deatlers wi'lh etah in hanitd
canlnot itet ilnstrumenat as f-st as wanited.
IPrIce-s of mtertIal1 and( labhor ~E are ad-;anin g.
VTe rresent, low pirices ''f Ianos ai Or
gans eannlot contmuE, .'idt i wiltint ' dm
rule in the next ten years5. Thlome who '-ty
now ill save moe~y. J.'.rge contrt s tt
maude with manufetutttre-rs w.1 il eh- tt: to
P0X*. After that we cuan rolnise- iiotlinu
lDelays are danigercus. :e i'tilicenut .ld k
nIow fil heand. &wvn Ora,,'/ .kI/.'rs. Over
200) difftet~t styMo nowi ini our waireroomsr.
$50. Easiest Inst.dument Termis. Sent oin
trial. Every inducemient that anIy respou
aile House can offer. Comnpetition with
the world. D)on't fall to send for our Cata
logues and fall Price Lists, 1882.
SOUTHRNK MUSIO hOUSE,
S A VA NN AH, G A.
The Gat PLana a Qrpan nantar tJha naa
E have recently conmmenced 1msnIess
James Turner & Co., where will bt
STAPLE AND FA
In. We shall keep always on hand a varle
flretrclass Grocery torm, and our prices slu
LO W .A TE
Tn thur presenting our. elves before tl
of Cl)Ir patronage, iusuring tiea of entire
J. Hi. H)
Mil f UST BE SOLD, .AN4D I
At prices unheard of in Winn
CLOAKS AND DOLMAN!
Come and see how LOW I
will be sure to invest sonic of
TITL LE B1
IS STILL SHILN'IAG 1"ITA
WINES, BRANDIES, LI
OF TIIE CHOIC
FRESIH OYSTERS i.A'
MEALS IIAD A'
AiVFINOWXT VAIEO TIVIEP
I\NANAS, COCOANUT'S. Ol!
APPLES, FICS, PEANrOTs, I(LUsI
rW G~ OREBS FILLE'Di
T HE B3ESF
Ii SA M
CONG flFSS STIIEI'
Who has now on han d fthe L AR GE S'[I
FALL AND) WI
Ie hasi over had in store. Tis3 Stocl
CLO TIIING, iWOOTH, S 110CS,
in Ladies' Dress Gomods .1I in'.ve the fline
M'.y (lot hingu hias beenc miost careflly s
All my goods have been carefullv boni
Th'Ie pl(.r()nafge of the pubillic is respect fi
Cll)SB1Y MliTi. '.GY 1 NSITUTE.IF
:D., B. USBY, A. M,, PEINOIPAL.
SE A S T EiR V' ~I -1, S. (C.
CW-' Sim> von Curaccis.
ALL PAllTIE:S 1IDEBTED'i TO'
(UANOS W'JLI. PLAECALLM AT I
ilIli OI"IICE AND MAKE SET!-1
E ae(peptre haJ bi al o i rdors f'o3
liciit a sb" rm af e he pn blio patrnago. All
ordors will bo prompntly met. Address I
...W.l YL E & BRLO.,
lRigeway, 8. 0.,
or J. IR. IIOYLE8,
Oot 28tr4m Winnsbo-ro, 8. 0.
OPEiN BUG0TR8s AT $37 and $45, AT C
UfLYSSE (. DPOR~fThm
in the store formerly occupied by MessrS.
fiund a new and complete stock of
d1 supply of everything usually kept in a
ill always be found as
public, ve respectfully solicit a liberal share
ttisfaction, both as to quality and pices of
VRDEN & BRO.
YJLL BE OFFERED FOR
AT LESS THAN COST.
am offcring goods, and you
your spare change.
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rw~ear I haive ani assortmnt thant for
1elecd,'aid is sure to give enitiro
h)i, and I shall sell at the Iowest
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