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SATU1t OA V, Januarg 0, 1 1 18S8.
Rehndval--S. S. Wolfe.
Notice-J. Q. Swygert & Co.
Notice-J. R. fltuve, Chairman.
Cltation-J. R. Boyles, Judge of
Vritation---.J. i. Boyles), Judge of
COtton Woh1 itlIsisb'Oo at f rofi
7 to 91 cents, according to grade.
-The exercises of the Mouit Zio
Institieto Will be resnmed on Monday,
--Ex-Govi'oruor *Jete' hafts signifled
1111 acceptance of the office of Railroad
-There 'seems to be an - increased
disposition among the colored people
to hire as farm laborers for wages.
--The Charlotte, Columbia & An.
gusta Railroad have in the past week
,discharged about eighty emplov6s.
--bervices will be held in the Epis
copal church this morning at 104 o'clock
-this being the Feast of the Epiphany.
--The Frick Eelipse Engine is ac
knowleiged to be the best enginle
made. Sold by R. J. 'McCarley & 0. *
--Mr. Jno, J. Neil has planted a
row of trees along his lot oti'the'south
side of Liberty street, They will be at
-Several oooks inl tp'wn took French
[Africn?] leave of their employers
just after Christmas dinn1er-to tile
great disgust of housekeepers.
-Cadets Crawford and Gaillard rc
turned to the Citadel on Tuzeday, and
Mr. John C. Buchanan returned to
the University on Wednesdav.
-Mr. S. . Gaillard has a(c'epted a
p)osition in the agricultdral department
of tihe South Carolina College, and
will leave for Columbia on Monday.
-Messrs. Lauderdale & Goouli mg
have their buggies stored inl Nir.
Cre ighlt.'s utinilished biling. The
want to sell them before it mjust be
-ajor Woodward hs been i
Columbia for a few days, attemding
the ineeting of the new board of dirci
tors of the pellitentiary, which has just
-The bright weather inl the early
part of the week was utilized by soie
families having to move. Others !es
fortunate were caughdt inl thle ruiu onl
-Attention is Called to the advertise
ment of I c~ses, J. C. Swyiert & Co.,
which will be found in aiother colmmi n.
The pr'operty otlered for sale is valta
ble amid desirable.
-Captain Dwight left on Tuesday
afternoon for Augusta, to biin his
work is chief emgieer of the kiglgs
ta, ElbertoIn & Chicago Railroad. e
ret urned oni Frmiday.
-. Mr. I leury' Iims imntenids to try
to intru~e the inmowa tree en
March is lie best time for set in11g 0111.
In a tew weeks an 'agenit wili canmvass
-We unmder'stand that Mr. D. Rt.
Flenn~mikeni conmtemplates building t wo
dwellingrs on his 11)1 oni Garudemn street,
attefot of Libertyv. 'They will be
(uite am impr ~iovemnlt to that growing
R4'(t1in ot' 0our town.
'-Attention is called to tihe ariticle on
the Week of' Pr'aver, pulished in an
jothier part'of this' pap'r. These exer'
csds hiave always pr'oved interestingo to
all participatimg, andl we doubt not.
thmey w.ill1be well attended.
--The eon ity comifissionecrs met on
Thatraday' momning, amnd mnappled ont
the wvork for' this y'ear. 'iTe adv'er
tsement pulblishedl iln anioth1er column
g ives the (listibu~itior. of terriitory~
--N. W Bar'nwell, Esq., time Master
fo Rliebland county, metu with a ser'i
onis and probably fatail accident on
'Wednlesday mlorniing. lie wae r'iing
on *he roaid from Columbia to Leximmg
tonand, oin gettimng into the buggy'
after walkig a little, his shotgun was
dschar'ged, tihe heavy load of' bim'd
shiot str'ikinig imu omn tihe let't arm beloiv
the elbow. flis condition '.has beenm
such that, tihe niecessary atmputation
could nlot be permformled(, atilni 's ar'e
iiter'tainied that tile wVound will result,
fatally. Mm'. Blarnwell is a very p~opuL
1ar genltlemaim, utd has nmny friends
-Posmve NOrcE.-Thlose that are
-indebted to thme undersigned( for Aental
work don ingoed fait~h vi~ilno
leaCflroIe for'walrd anid setlleat once.
Ihave -given ample thnle, and noiw r'e
queC/t1Opilmpt p~aymenit, als money I
my obligations. A- word to the wise."
'ne*14(1?f.f~ IMPusON, Detist
EAYFOl TnlADE.-Mr. Jh K
McCar'ley has op~enedl recenltly in time
store 0on Conmgress streeCt, oppo~site that
enjoy. Iewl aeawy nhn
a stock of' groceries, boots, shioes amnd
staple dry goodsR, all of which'he uviil
offer at low fignres.- Is st'eck lies
been wvell soledted, with a; view to
meet ail time waults of the'tr'ade, alid
lie hopes to sell it promptly. We be
speank for him a good trade all rounid.
JOURNA LIsTI.-The As80ciate .Re
,formedl Pre~byer'~an is now uinder the
charge of the R1ev. W, M. Gmier and
the 1Rev. J. M. Todd as editors, with
Ihe R1ev. Dr. 11oyce as associate editor.
Tile connection of Mr,. Todd,' wh o Is
well an d pleasanltly remembered in
Winnieboro, is of recent date, andl is
many frienids hope that 'he' will find
hie new field a congenlal one. lie
wviii prove an annah~taan to tl.o cdm
torial fqrceof the Presbyteiian, already
one'6fthe very bost religious jouritals
iII the country. ,
Mr. George B. Cromer suceceds Mr.
W. H. Wallace in the editorial mnan
agement of the Newberry lIerald, aud
comes before the public In a saltitatory
at once brief, pointed and:appiopriato.
Mr. broter's first editorial Ut teranices
give assurance that the reputation of
tle llerald will be safe in his lads,
and that the paper will continue to
hold a high plaice in South Carolina
Tua MliTlODIST CiiulitCI.-The an
nual sesslou of the South Carollina
Coiferenco of the Methodist Episco
pall Church,bouth, hold in Greenville,
was exceedingly harmonious and grat
ifying in every particular. The reports
nmade indiented a healthy and progres
sive confdition of the Church and Suni
day-school work, and steps were taken
looking to ineraliseld energy and of'ec
tiveness in the various oliterprises in
which the Church is concerned. Tle
total collections reported are as fol
lows: Coif'erenaco collection, $6,000;
foreign iissions, $8,500; bishop's funid,
$1,100; . ministers, $525; eduention,
$4,600;'churchi exlension, $2,125. The
report of the Siniday-sclhools shows
(lie number of schools to bc 575; sehol
ars, 26,952; oflicers iid teachers, 3,657
-an increase of eighteen schools, 269
taeichers and oflicers, anl 1,479 schol
ars; volumes in librilljes, 17,668;
moniley expeniwed $5,499--an increase
Lf $890. By tile reports subiiitted tle
following Statistics were given in anl
swer to (lie usual questions: Number
ilf ime.nbers in t lie Church, 47,033
iii a, baptisims (111 uri the year. 1,77.1;
Iduhls, 1,227; number of Sunday
schools, 575; oflleers an1d teaicher's,
3,657; pupils, 26,922; nonber of
cihurchics, .91 ; value ol' church build
igs, $692,996; ounn1ber of parsollLures,
109); vluet of* par1sonages, $131,1 3.4t;
ilalaries of paiore, $0,:191.9 1; of pre
;idigrelders. $10.617; Conference col
F7,908.-14; domelslie inisionls, ,.
193.99; ednieat ion, $2.273.57; ishops,
966.b1; publication of thie minuliits,
B 129.78; Sunday-+chools, $6,119.07
Jlildiigs and repairs, $29,748.82; oth
Sbenevolelit, eiterl'prises, $-,17;
liuinbr of' local preachers, 113.
TimE P.ANETS IN JANUARY.-Tlic
Providelnei Jolrnatl, inl tle usual
iliolthly talk abolut the planets, Says
thlat January has litte planetary ex
itement to create i stir upon its
rIecorts. Bit there are always inlci
lents enoungh to reward the resi'elreb of
those who lov'e to watch tile planets as
,hey roll their ceaseless course arudiid
ie uin. Venus is inoniing stir
:r'oug-hout tile mn1110th. Thouigh she
as liad to descendi fromi the- prouid
LOSitionu she~ occuie(d at- thle 11i)ne of' the
ranisit, she i still (lie thi rest and
)Iigli l'les, o (ii e1 slilu i 4 Lii 01a i ul
naokes lie mioingisky tremu1 Llonis. with
origh ltness. Nothuinig i-ni (ho line~' of'
st arry glory caii he moire. lovely than
1ei' appennCin olce ini the eas5tern3 miorinig
sky, wthile the initerest in lher present
IinovemenCt is greatly enhanuiced to those
who 10witnessed( the tranisit. Jupiter is
Levenin ig stari, aiid r'eignis supremel(
sniong the gl it er ig thrionig I haI adorins
e~veing star1 (uinIing t ho monthl, win..
ing second( place amiiong(: the evening
stars. These two stars' priesenlt pie
tuares of' mairvelloiis beauty thiraughiout
lie anonth, leaiding (lie brilliant1 host
that. miake 1-lie Januaryv sky the most
chari'nig of' the1 year1 for' its exhibition
of' starlight beauty.' Thiese are plan
etar'y aspec0(ts (hlm. may1 be enljoyedl by
(every obser'ver of' the heavenis. Those
who lave necess to telescopes will ind
thie oppor'tuniiity specialIly toriable for
behioldinug thle g'igant ic Ju piter', withI
his brilliant bells, my~steriouis spots
anid quart- '(to of' shin ding" moons1, and
the mnagniificeuit Saurin, withi his paler(0
belts, his marvellous rinlgs and his
numiiy moons11. The old moon01 is ini coin
juiiion) wvith Venus on thle 6t h, pas
ing about three degrees sout1h. T1he
ne0w 1m1001 iappearsI on (lie 9th, and1( is
near' Meircury on thie 10th and1( near1
Saturn Oin the 17th. She also passe
two degrees north of Jupiter on the
-No mlatter what your ailment Is,
Br'owni's Iront Ditters w'ill surely benefit,
VJALUAB3LE Prop.erty for sale. For
terms and full part ilclar alpply to
*-J. C. MW YG E lIT.& Co.,
Jan.6-11x3*- Peak1 I Station, S. C.
P M. DU'NLEVY having on thue 2nd
.Jt .uins.., miiade ani aignmenili(t to~ m0 fo~r
thle beei t. of' his cred'u~lors, fI iall hi s goodsl ,
chai ttels, ware iand11( mierchand(ise, not)1ice4 is
herebLy givenl t~O all) and1 Hin ga th'-le cried
itor's oif the~ saId li.. t1, Dr~avY, that. a
011l1ee of McDonialdl & D~ougiass, No. :1, I~a w
isoinge, W~linbori4io, S. C., on Satuordauy, the1
purpose of aippointing an0 algent or1 agents
Jan 4-taxI Assoiam'e.
TIlE sithSerIberi wouldl infoim nhis friends
andl~ patronls that lie has r'emioved 1nto thue
store one dloor north of his 0141 sta'nd, occu
p~ied formeirly hy CaldwellI & Lanuder'dahe,
wvhere he will be glad to wvalt uponi his
enistomners and the p~ulic generally.
Thmaukful for past favors, ho shopes to mierlt
a conthntuance of the same.
XVIll give the best goodls, Shelf (Groeerles
anld Cann'ed Goodls at greatly reduced
Colie 011e, comoi all; you will find it to
your advantage to buy of
.A S. WOLF.
IN the division of th trrhitorg )hptwCen
the County tr le dii 4t
of Jaiutry;18$3.. -.
J . 11Idli6*foND -tae eserll.
B3rle, Gladden's, 'Grovc, Jackson's Cmeck
and Rtock OrCck Towihlip..
J. A. IIINNANT Likes Jefferson,, Jenkins
ville, I loreb, Greenbrie and li(gewaly.
j J. 11. IIAnVEy takes- Motnat Zi Oak.
land, Wlteree, SiilSon 's And Bear Creek.
Sulperlntendents of the' public -lighways
will tako elargo of ti.e roads In the ri
tpective townships until further notice.
J. It. IIAIIVEY,
Jan 6-fxt CharInan Noard.
STA':'.E OF SOUTI CARLOLINA,
COUNTY 01F FAItRFILD.
Bly J.. R O YRN8, lEyq., Probate Jwu~qe.
SIIEHlEAS, Aalraret Armstrong hath
' iale suiLt to Ime to, grant hter
Iet-Wrs of aiministration of the estate and
effeets of M. C. Armstron-, decaseId:
TilsAY are, therefore, to cite and admanon.
isha all and singuiar the kindre( an([ cred
itors of the salid M. C. A rmstrong, de.
(efnsed, that.the' he and appear before me
in th6 Court o Probate,' to be held ai
Fairfield Court iIouse, 8. C., . im the 20th
(Iy of Januarv niext after publiention,
heiof, at it oelock in the forenaoona, to
show eaulse, ifa tlry have, whly the saXid
a( trtlttltt'tatinm, shuIbdalt not be granlted.
(Givetn under mny ihand thi's' th ay of
Janatraxy, Aino Dominil 1*4. (y
Publfsted ln the t11h diiy of January,
1883, in .Til.: NhWs AND liInuxLt.
- J.- It. M) Y I IES,
.Ja'a tl-j xl. -- .Judge of Probate.
STATE O -80UTIL CARIOLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
By J . )110 Y1, S, Eq., Probate Judge.
!H EZEAS, Maaret. Aarmstrong hath
AY iadte suit to tme to rait Ier 'letters.
of admilnisitrationa of the es at< and effects
of Jas. It. Arimsntroig, deeaise<:.
These tare. theleore, to Mlte atl adiona
Ish all and silngltil the kindred and cred-;
Itors of the said Jas. U. Armstrong, de
Veensed, that they he atd apiapear before naty,
itm the Court f Probate, to I held at
Fairlelhl Court I louase. S. C., (oin the 20th
alty of .1utarty ntext aifter plbliention
lareof, at i i t91aek in) lhe forenootin, to
sihm", eause,. if aniyI Ntely linve, why the said
ad niatustraiit pit shlaad itot be granted.
Givetut1h11r tmy Iaindh, this I5t.lh day of
Jtaa;ut',A t1nn1 Doiain i 1833.
l 1b 01 sthed (ta the tIt Thav of Jantuary,
138:1, ia T] I E'N EWa AN1t l 1m).
J. Rt. 10 Y- L, E.s,
Ja'l 1--txt nidge of 'Probate.
AND FEED STABL ES
"1 1.*- 0J
LOOE OUT I
HORSES, MARES AND MULES,
One huindaredl head. for snie eith er for
gaTti pal rk I Talso have ei'hten or
t wenty gool;young mtaras tht. fT want to
excantg~e for~ bd fiat plutg muaath' or hoursesa.
All lawrsoini liavintg ol mulaes or hiorse. ona
httl andt~ wishting; to puatalisesyimntg tines,
talso htave somelt ext-ra fine sadldle and
htarnaess horises ombtaitned,- andai a fe~ flie
ponties. I intvifte everyblody in want of
staek to call anad see meia .l d (el'y comtpe'ti
W:~ioo S. C., .Juan. 1, 1883.
iUY TIE 1'AJLMETaO VAGtON OF1
. U1LYSSE U. D)ESPO RTLES.
lRaishtiq, Canned G~oodsa,
(Gtrrants, P'i kles,
Gitrona, Evu'apiorated A ppies,
'Jeliehs, Curary P owdersi,
A yi ple Bautier, lAlat'oni,
Alint e Mat, (Jatmteal,
Sea Foam, Bomatt, Condensed Milk, etc.
Ie5t J1auva~ (Clice tan talother (4raides,
Puhta etrized Sutar an otither
G4rades. lFresh arrival
all ( ~rade (5tiour,..
inclaaditng lest Patent.
CALL AT Tt1E COnNxun,
J. M. BE A7T Y & CO,.
NR EMETI our F-hee Stock. It Is known
by mtany we keep relitable' goade.
J. M. U A TV & Co.
DnEat sa C 0os, Cloaks, 1)ohatmns, Jlackets,
&e. Good0( goodhs at, low pies..
*J. M. iUeATY ".& Co.
W M Anai agenats for Ite Domesfic Sewiag
Alachitne. Anmy onte wishaing a giood mtachtitne
wdil dlo ats a favor to rall anad examnine the
1 J. M. UNATY. & Co.
I AtDnltas, Hll>1&~SANtj[Anaxas-"wAy
*ULYSSE (I. D)ESPORuTIiq.
rfll irm of D). A. IaNm~nti & Co. Is
hiday dissMolved lby limtitaftiota. Pat
tites htolhtg (Ihtms mu tst. jresent: 1 the 1(1 at
oori e, ;an thoseiti~'I ' alaid will piens~e Mettle
unmttiiaataty. Mt. U. A, llemalrix Is aua
ttotized to give tect in li q at i latn
D)A VIID A. IlEN~IlhlX,
~7ANTl ED) a buayer for my (entire stock
~V of Sttapla' and Fatney Gaoerales,; .JLi
aldt In st. busintess :paart- of townt. Store
roomtt well ni'litedl to thte buisine~Ss and
retfed-for next year.~ I Itatenda to leave thte
eotunt.y and reti aest all parties -indlebted to)
mne to romte til atnd set tle ghteir accouts
promaptly, antd save thtettselves trotlblae,I
mean buainessa, tand wvili sell to a casha buty
cr. Very respectfully,
'Ice30- xhai. W. II. DONLY.
IT IS A FACT, wE Wt,11 8ELL YOU -A.
.Wagon or Ibig~gy for less than atnyone in
'tw. - ULYasum~ rn D3ORmorm.
NOTW IT3TrA NDING
Our kjq ny ret a sured tha,
Swill i6o~ nljoiorsd dbi~ any oth'er
lous-iln town. Our motto has beanl
and still -,-. 6QU1 X SALES AND
We Pf'ef, for the NEXT T HIRTY
DAYS' great bargains inl
Latest.Stvles of TRIMMING BRAID,
NOTIONS OF ALL IN)S.
Owirng to tho extremely warm weath
cr, we will sell all of our
GENTS'. and YOUTHS' CLOTHING
at the most astonishingly low prices.
We do not wish you to buy unless
fully suited, and will refund the money
for any unsatisfactory purchase.
P. L ANADECKER 4' .ARW.
FRESH GOSIIEN BUTTER.
NEW BUCK WlIIAT FLOUR.
London Lo yers, Loose Mu~seatels andI Finest
Goildeni Ialsius, whole and quarter boxes.
CITitON', CUilRANTS .epd SPICES.
New Magnllas, 'BrupswUIks and th
. JUMBO HAMS.
Tonaues, Soused Pig's Feet,.Mackerel, in
all sizes andl~ quanititles, aindJuhrlitgs
Pride of the Sea, In 5lb tifls,' the.
.linlest fish put up'.
of all, khiids.
Gallon Apples. The only genuine Jos.
. llme Photo. Sannon.
PlaIn and Fanicy
CAKES AND CRACKERS.
COFF"EES, SUGARS and FLOURS are.
-very low-get ny prices.
*SPOKES, RIMS AND. -IIS.
in Haurness of all kinily,
Single Buggy llarness $9.50 hp. worith $11.
The Louisville TVurnig Plow. are equial to
any, and( nmech cheaper. L1 iave all) sizes.
RED RITST PRfOOF OATS, SIXTY
J . O UKRiNGiT J .
haejust receivda 1 rg ni .eau
- CA R DS.
Also, a handsomne lot of other geoods suit..
abhle for ( lli1tSTIMAS atiul NEW YEAR
BOOKS ! BOOKS !
AU1 kinds of Books suitable for Presents.
Th~te largest and mnopt compi~elsstock of
#d( have ever offeredl,
. We wouhl rospc(tCfully call thus attention)
of the Public to thad5e - goods,4-and1( reque'st
anl inspectioni b4effrc pulI-chasJg.
*McMASTIER. BRLICE & JCETCJJ IN.
E are p repared to 6fil. MI rders for
VY Lumer end we res eotfully sor
hlc a share of the public patron'age. -All
orders will be romintly me. Addres
. W.g waLE &. BO
.or J. IR. BOYLEH,
. 062**4 aWaxnabamo, 8 f*
ONE MAN'S CASIVAS
AS ANOTHER'S AT
SOUTHERN- M U 8 1 C OUSE
Only House in America Selling
PIANOS & ORGANS
On the One. Price System.
.ONE UNIFORM PRICE.to ALL, AND
TRIAT THE LOWEST. KNOWN,
'The usual Aysleiu of sefllhig Pianos and
Organs Is'for tlhsi dealei- to charge any price
lie can get for then without regard to eith
or a fair prollt or the .cumtotutr's ,hterest.
But we Vtt pr(ud. . say that this. ha never
been our imeiotlli4 yelling.
For the bonelft of purchasers aiid to se
.eure .thein the full valie of their mnmy, we
e'stiibli'hed Yrt tie- 'outapt. of bur btishiess,
twelve ears SIC,
THE -ONE PRICE SYsTEM,
and to this we attribute our uimense and
prosperotis trade. se-lling onl this sqluare
basis, renders it Imperative that the price
he thle Very lowest one that canl he given.
We are pledged to this. We always have
done It, and we.always will.do it. It's our
cre4:d anour~ pLci~co. No other Pliano and
Organ lHouse deals on thim prinelple.
Our i;riees, lit plain fIgires, are placed oil
dvery histrumnit. A child enn buy as low
as the shalrp'St trader. All other lliouses
hav'e "hirhprices and give discount's."'
Thle "11nCPrice" system saves time, in
trading, and is the o3l satIsfactory way to
buyer and seller; for, on the high price
and discount system, evel though the cus
toiner buys, he Is not sure that he has hot
ADVIC TO . PLtNO ANI)
OR.G AN B UYElf 8.
. uy quick. Why? Because an a'dvaneo
m price is almost certain. Pianos and
Organs are on a boom. 'Io demand ex
ceis the supply. All the factories aro be
hind orderm. I ealers with (ash -in hand
cainnot get instriunents us fast as wanited.
Prices of mate'rIal and labor are advancing.
Tho present low pice;i of Pianos and (r
gans cannot.cont' inue, anIld will IIot again
rule hi thn next tenl years. Those who buy
nlow will save mlOneicy. Large contyacts just
made wlth manufacturevs will elelhb us to
guarantee presc.ut pri-re. until Janwatry 1t,
1x.3. A fter that we canl promise nothing.
Delays aro dange'reus. . M"a1giiticeit stock
now onl hand. oren rand )fnkers.-. Over'
200 dilfereit styles nov in our wareromns.
Ek'Iqant Pianos $F F. Beautiul Orgais
50. Easiest Instahnent 'Terms. Seti onl
trial. Every ilueement that any r'eJponl
lible House can of'er. Competition with
the world. Don't fail to sand for our Cata
logues and fall Price Lists, 1882.
Ludden s% Bates'
SqjUTHERCN MUR1iO JHOUSB.,
SA VA NN ATI GA.
The Qroat P'Iano and Organ Deapotof 11as &ut.
South Carolina Railway Company.
ON and afte'r November 12, 1882, Passen
7gerrains will ruhi as follows until
TO AND FRJOM CHARI,?STON.
Leave ColumbIa at.. *8.00 a. mn. (.55 p. m.
Arrive Charleston.. .12.57 p. mn. 11.30 p. m.
Leive Chree. .~ .(7. a. mn. *4.0 p . m.
Arrive Coilumbia... .11.27 a. in. 10.05 p. mn.
t Daily. *D~aIly except Sunday.
TO AND Fn'iOM CAMDWN;
Leave Cohumbia at. .*8.00 a. Im. *(1.55 p. mn.
Arrive at Camndeb. .. 1.07 p. m. 9.25 p. II.
Leave Camden at...*7.00 a. In. *4.45 p. mu.
Arrive at Colnnhia.'.11.27 a.'m. 10.05 ii en.
*Daily excepht Sundays.
TO AND) FRIOM AUOUSTA'.
Leave Columbia..............*7.25 p. mn.
Arrive Augusta............... 7.55 a. in.
Leave Augusta..... .*7.00l,a. m. *4.20l p. m.
A rrive (Columia. . . . 4.08 p. in. 10.05 p. mn.
, Diyecept Sunday.
Connections made at Columubla with C'o
I utnhia anid (Greenville Italilroad by tralp
arrlng at 11.27 a. in., unid . dclpirlikig at
6.55 p. im. Connectioin niaide a t ., C. & A.
Jfunc-tioni with Charlotte, ColumbIa and
A ugfusta ltii: oad by train arrIvIng at Co
lumbia at 11.27 a. mn., and departing at 6.55
p. mn., to. and from all points on both road(s,
with thirough Pullman Sleeper betweeni
Charleston and1( Washington, via VirginIa
M idlandl~ rou t, withotit eban~ige. Contice
tli nmatie at Charleston with steameurs for
New York on Wedntesdhays and Saiturdaiys;
also, with. Savannah lund Charleston RItal
road to all points South.
Connections are made at Augusta wilth
Gecorgia Railroadl And Central lailroadl to
and~ from~ all poInts West and Soutb.
Th'rough TIckets can he putrehasued to all
points Solith amil Wcst;~ by~ applying to
' )D. McQU I',, Agent,
Columba S. C.
-S OWN. B. ThIex, (Gneral 10iiager.
D. 0. AmLEN, Gent. Pass. andl 'Ticket A gent,
-C. Charleston, 8. C.
-COTLUMinA, S. C., Novembuer 15, 188~2.
.r 11 InItial lin1k in Southu,Carolina in the
SIcehituond anid Danyvllle sy'stemI -work-.
higto) an:l from Charleston via the South
- *)No. 53. INo. 17.
Lv. Atmgtusta . . .7.35 at. nm... .. .. . ... ..
Ar. Columiniia b. .1 .13 a. n.- Ly. 5.00 a, im.
A r. Wlnnshoro/ 1. . .1 p. n. 7.52 a. In.
Ar. Chiester .e ., . .2.17 p. miu, 10.50 0. I-.
Ar. Chharlotte d. . -.1 p. i. 3i.15r p. m0.
Ar. Statesville' 6 . 7,051 p.ii,..... . ..... ...
*N(. 52. t No. 18.
Lv. Statesvhlh' d.. s.00 a. mn.,.........
Lv. Charlotte d... Ml p. in 5.22 a. in.
Lv. (Chester c... 4.? p. m.~ .25 1. mi.
Lv. Winn'sboro .0. 5.- . in. 1.22 n. in.
Lv. Coiltinbla S. ..707 p. ii1. Ar u.5v '. m.
Ar. Augusta. .l. t p. im. .. .. . ......
milnute~s aend Of WVJinsboro timue,
vt Wi.th all iu-; 1' andl from Saivanna'h,
Florf'l: and1( th. S.,th' and1 Albdui, M.eon
lv With1 Somnth (Carlina PHail-oad tob and
from Chairlesin)a byi No.s. .52 and 53 and with
Colunhia ami ( reenvlleo Italroad.
o With Chue-tem and Cheraw and Chester
anid Lenoir ltallroadls.
d With llchmnond and Danville Railroad
to and from all poInts North, Atlantic,
Tennessee and OhIo Division andl Carolina
o With Western North CarolIna Railroad
for Asheville, Warm Springs and all points
on that line. ~.SA.GA
~. CAnnDWPnaJnA. G.-I ~A'.
A HAPPY NEW
The long anticipated holiday rush i
with ItN hidden future line dawnled upon
endcavors to merit in fliture the very lib
to ime the past year. by consultinug at all
taku this opportunity of announcing Ital
FALL AND Wi
Will he sold at GREMATLY REDI
preparatIon for a more extended
TRADE TIAN IIERETOFORE.
-Plenso c"1 allnd examine my stock be
prices will convinceo yeon thal I mean jus
Thuankig my friends for their very
you all a happy and proeperous New Tc
au E __
X ~have recently commnc edl buin~ess in
James Tuirinier & Co., where will be ft
STAPLE AND FAN
We shall keep always on hand a varied
nrAt-class Grocery btore, and our prices shall
L.C> % A-S T H
In thus presenting ourselves before the pi
of thtir patronage, assuring then of entire ha
J. H1. HA
VUS. BE SOLD, AND W
THE NEXT 5
At prices unheard of in Winnsl
CLOAKS AND DOLMANS
Cdme and see how LOW I
will be surc to invest some of)
. ~THE E
IS ST'ILL SJTINING WIT]
WINES, B3RANDIE$, LI4
OP TIIE~ CIIOC
FRESH 0OYSTERS ANZ
MEALS IIAD A'!
Thei Largest Tmportersa of Foreign Frui
sielected stock of
S iA onLP8 OUN 1a4 UAt.$$roNA ,
an4 everytlhlg else that a firot-class
COUNT'IRY ORDERS IL
Atrnore's Mfince Meat.
Citroli, Raisins, C uri'ants,.
Almonds, Pecans, Eriglish WValnuts.
. Dried Figs..
Macarentl and Cheese.
I 9a Portin's Sauces,
Crosse & Waelzwoll's Pickles,
A Fri!h lIarre! of Fuzlt-m Market Ieef.
sugar-cared Uncanvassed Itatns,
Buck whcat IFlour.
And a great mnany other goods which
purchasers will have to call and see for
YEAR TO ALL.
a come and oone, and the New Yea
1; and 1 1 Iintend to use my utplost
nral patronage that has been extended
thhnes the Interests of my customers,!
from thls date my present stook of
[CED PRICIES, in order to make
fore making your purchases as my
What I promise i hIs advertiseinent,
liberal and gratifying favors, I wish
the Store formerly occupled by Messrs.
11nd A heW an coInPlete sitock of
"upply of ever-thing usua'ly kept. In a
rliways be foui 'ts
HJ LJOWTjST .
Ri, We r'fpet fully 'olicit liber-al sh0rn
tisfaction, both as to quality md prices of
RDEN & BRO.
ILL BE OFFERED FOR
AT LESS THAN COST.
irn offering goods, and you
our sparc change.
[ A FIN& ASSORTMENT'
UpORS AND CIGARS,
E~ST BR ANDS.
FISJT EVERY DAY.
(OESC LIEL, Agent.
tin the Southf, ofrer for saile a WCI1
hAts(~L', O0iONs, ANEANUT1M,
Yhlje4ale Fruit'Ibytseo sliottid have,
LE'D WITHI .DINPAjTCil
We continue to
te at. rk p ~ ia
ente tn OaaYlad, France
Geauan 1 eter eetmtries.
7.6"'t yeaole. Ne
ibargeo~a enazat on of s eda tw.
e.Adv de by mail free.
he WRUN!TIZVo A CAN wbob
the largeet efroulatla andl lsthe most ib
ntal neao e f i.kinliabel b
isato be the bee 1aaer d7~
wsa ethrdpr aen
Addri Etam & C~o puls e. ofSd
JUsT ARRIVED. ..
ut~s hiarness cheap for cash. O ll en ~ s
et yor ro b G ;