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ATURtAT, Jannary 1, 1 1 18P8.
Ordinatce-J. N. Center, Clerk.
Clerk's Sale-W. H. Kerr, C. C. P.
TRead. our Proposal -J. M. Boaty &
.cntion-C. M. Chandler, Secre
Sheriff's Sales-Juo. D. McCarley,
S. F. C.
-Fresh Kentucky Saur Kraut at
-Agricultural and rout liens for sale
at this oiico. ; .
-Chickens are wonderfully scarce
in this market.
- Just now we would like to see
that wood rolling in.
-Tho streets litve abounded in mud
and slush for Some days.
- This month has lve Mondays, five
Tuesdays and live Wediiesdjays. . . 4
-Conm sells ill Chester att lifty cCnts
a bushel, ,an11 d Oats at thirty-live cent'.
-TIhe new leaves turned over by
iny on tihe 1st are bellig rapidly
--At tnfon0ii 1allod to t,oAordinence
of thle Town Council, published in
- another column.
-Gardeniing is now in order -pint
pes, omions, potitoes, cabbage find
.-The def1aultin treasurer of Ten
iiesscc has been at last arrested and Ihe
ha11% mado a full Contession.
-The Circuit Court convenes at
Winnsboro on the second (Monday
being the 12th (iy-of February.
The scarcity in (lite wood market
r-, 1elieved by tile coming of ia fe-w two
hbor ie load"s, whichl bing highl Igun s
-Tle "rick Eclipse En1gin is t
n hged to he the(, best eligin1e1
al(. Sohl~l by R. d. McCarley & Co.*
C(aolnel McCauglarin alis resigiled
l ah- p'sih ncy of he Greeliville &
lonnbia lIailrold, 111d it is expectel
t1a. J ldgeI12'4sill Will be hiSlscces
- Tlh sniall fm.ti is the farIll of tle
1,u1111re, aInd whenl il. becoiten unliversal
tlie' people will be prosperous aIid IIp
py, ai(n buyipgauttpplies onl credit will
lever be thelght o. ...
-An excellent shliipoo is mde of
sallH of' tartar, with caIstile Soup, bay
rl3u) aid lukeiami waviter. Thto salts
,will reimove all (hodutlrull', the soap will
soften ( te hair annld cleatn it thoroiglyj
atid the bay ruim will prevent taking
-Stable Ilmre is preferal)Io,to anly
othr fertilizer. No thriner can arl'prd
to "vaste hiS inuinre. All of it sliuld
be saved ani d uit iiz1f ed . LII Ia11ny cases
tfarinig would be miore pr-olitabie if
le!ss land waere cultivated, with higher
fert ilizaitioni. 0One acre hlighlly mnannredl
shiioui1 fld a ho btter than11 three but haulf
Inano-)U ed and1( 1half culIt ivated.
-A Now York( firm, alstdunded~ ait
thle iminenise orders received fromn one
of t heir dr'uiiniers, set a dceetive to
diceover how lhe wuoke upl his trad(e.
They] have tound1( t hat instead of trav
l i ng ar~oun d thie con otry be put thle
inoner~ ilto( avertising and reminediiit
in New Yor-k withI nothin g to (10 but1
tranmiUt ordlers and have a good time.
A MrlsT.:1aos DPiorTI.-Lewis Hall,
'a colore man1122 residinig op1h.M Juo21. S.
Cathlcart's pilntatio nealICU t own, was
found dead1( on [Friday mnorning,. 110
was burlIiied abhout three feet deep ini
a ile Iof)'(31 ctton-seed, oneI hand pro
I riuingi as the seed1 was mo1ved( away.
TIhiere is 110 cilue to thle cau~se of his
<leathI. Coronter 11linanmt held an in..
uc110t over thie body, but., theo evidence1
being insuillleienit to eniable the jurcy
t o rendter- a vaerdiel , thle in)vestigation1
asi2 a1djoIuned over till Moinday, waahenm
uritherI testi mnony will be taikenl. At
present thp11 occurrenice is a decide~dly
R1 :irotors S01(nyr s.--Services will
be0 1h(ld in thle dailieuit churches to
umorrocw, as tollows:
Methodist-ilov. E. G. Priec, at
11, 21. il., and21 7, p. mi.
1Bapitist,-Rev. C. 0. Bradford, at
11, a1. mi.... .; .
As5ociate1 ReLformeld Presbyterian
p';isopa3l-Rtev. F"rank Hlallamn will
ofTieine ini the 'lhulrch at Ridlgeaya at
tp1o usual hour in the morning and
Presbyvterianh-Rev. D. E. .Jordan, at
11, a. m1., and1( 7, p. m~t. The11 evening
service will comprise the excises in
Liden*t to the final mneeting of 11h0 Week
o)f l'rayor. 1ih 8(lrmion onl the occa1
ision il bIIIIe delivered by thec I1ev. ,J.
TI. Chuahnters on1 the theme3U suggested
byv 11he Evan2 gel ical Alliance "Loo''4)k
123! lir tat ble(ssed hope), a1 nd thle glo
lit u1 2 appeaiihg of the( greal G (od an~d
our Sauviouur .Jesus Christ."-Tit us ii. 13.
A N IMP-OuTlANTr )OCrsoN.--The State
Suprnemle Court has recenitly rendlered
a idecisioni which will set at reist.somne
riouls ques0ion rised~ as5 to) the title
t(o mnany piceCs of rl'C estate in this
countty andlI(esewhlere. For some yonlts
It had beeni, the .universal . practice to
partition, real . estate in thd Court of
P robante. In 1879, the Suipremne Court
decided thait the Court of Probate had
no0 jurisdictlin in such1 cases. In soy
et-al insances paurties to the former
suits insttiited3 new p)rocedings to
divide or~ sell land a second ,time, and
Come of those catsos wvere carried b~y
appeal to the Supireme Court. That
Court, it is stated, now decides that all
sales or' p~artitions of real estate made
-fy tihe Court of Pr-obate prIor to tihe
-1dreison re'fe-red to am-c valid. This
decision will quiet the titles to a good
niany pieces of property I Fairfld
_ gunty. The particular- grounids of
-thG'dtiilson ar-e not y et phubllshed.
A FAITHFUL SiPHRD.-The- ReV
A. J. Cautlion, who 1br a long perio<
had ministergd faitdifully and eil'foive
ly tg o rigthljpdist clutrches 6n thi
Fairllod C rciilt7 was, at the last meet
lig of the Annual Con'erence, assigne
to another field of duty'--Uatesaurg
8. C. In leaving, hie carries with hin
the good wishes of hIjs eitire pqo)lo
as is evidenced by the following lette
9f Mr. R. 11. Jennings, writtenl to th
Southern Ghristian Adlvocate:
Our.,much beloved -and devoted. pastor
who has served the Fairfiold Circuit so faith
fully and so long, (teh years within the las
twenty,) has just loft for his new field.
suppose it will not be out of good taste fo
me to say that perhaps few suinisters of an;
denomination wear so well as Brothei
Cauthen. Though he has been so long t
time with us, lie has by no means worn on
his welcome. While this Is true, and w(
part with him sorrowfully, yet we admir
more' and moro- our itinerant system, b3
which every church is supplied with a pas
tor, and every preacher with a charge
Furthermore, ly this pilan the blessing
and burdens aro so divided that no churgi
Is long aillieted with an Inefficient pattor
nor is a good pastor long burdened with v
people who do not appreciate his services
Then, too, the good, better and best jir<
divided around so that all may have a share
We congratulate liatesburg circuit at hav
ing one among the best iastors in the Ponl
ference. Our good women miss Brothe
Cautlihen, our children miss him, we al
miss him. Not alone in the pulpit, but ii
the pratyer-niieeting, tho. bissionary'ineet
ings, the Sabha'lh-school, I our soabil gath
erhigs anl around our firesides, and espe1
chilly in the rooms of our sick and dying
his cheering words and earnest prayer:
have been as a heavenly benediction to u:
for thesme years. But we had to say good
bye to him and his dear family, with blind
ing tears in our eyes, ehlerislihig the swee
i >pe that we shall meet agai. And nov
we are preparing to give our new pastor,
llrother McCain, and his family a hearty
welcom)e, prayilg that he may coeic iln the
spirit of the Master, and that his sta
among us may be both pl!easalnt and prolit
able to preacher and peoule. ,
Resolutions expressive of Ihe feel.
ings of'the churches have beei adopt
ed. but they have not yet been pub
-After eatiu each me(al take a dose 01
Brown's Iron Hitters. It helps digestion,
relieves the full feeling about the stoinch.
ATTENTION! G. L. I.
A TTEN1regular mecting of Company
. in Town Hall on Monday evening
the 15th list., at 7 o'clock.
C. M. CHANDLER,
Jan 13 Secretary.
AN ORDI NANCIC
TO LICENSE CERTAIN nUSNE5SES..
Be it. Ordained by the Intendant; ant
Wardeis of the Town of Winitsboro il
Counell met, and by the authority of the
That an alnlnua tax of .rwVENTY-FIVE
DO1,LA 1s he iuli*osed u11p each Tl(graij
Comnpany hav'ing an1 op~erator res'idenCt ii
said Towu:'an upon~ each1 QW~ Express' Comn
pany having a reside'nt adneit in said Tlowni
and upJon) ('ach Livery Stab'e ke''per doing
bunss In said TIown; and an annual tam
of TKN noLL.A ns for ('eh Public Dray do
ing business in said To'cwn; upon thle pay
menit of whleh sins a license shall b<
granted to such telegraph -comjpanies, ex
press comp~lanies, livery stable keepers ant
public dravs, to do husin&as for onie venr.
D~one in~Council this 28th dlay of 1heem
be)' in the yeari 1 of our! Lord~t ho 1noust'l
eight hundred andic eight y-two, under thi
corp~orate seal of the( sah l'lTwnm.
J. N. CENTl El, Clerk.
SIH E RI FF'S S A LIE.
Y virtue of all Execution to me directed
I .Jwi~i offer for sale before the court
house dboor intVi Wit~insoro, S. C., on the
FiFU~IT MON DAY IN "EnRIUAI1Y NEXT,
wlihin the legal ~honlrs of sale, at publi
outcry, tol the highest bidder, for ( 'A11
the following-describied property, tol wit:
All that piece, parcel or tract of land
lying ini Fairfield County, South Carolina
.ONE IIUNDRIED AND NINE c '"RS
mor01e or' less, houtinded by lat 1low~el
Ethnunds, 11. 1). Holb-k atnd 1'. W. Olleve
-levied 1111m11as the pr'ope(rtyv of (darlin,
R. Kelly, at the suit' of Willfam 1I. 1,yie
ai~uinst'Carrie 1I. Motley and Cartolinie 1U
.JNO. D). McCARILEY,
Sheriff's Office, S. F. C.
WinnisbloroI, S. C.,
Jatnuary 12, 1883.
SHII IFJF'S N A L E.
1)Y vIrtue of an e'xecutonl to meW dir'c(tedl
-F I will offer' for sale, before the cohnr
hlouse door in Winnsboro; S C., onl the
F1R~STP MOND)AY IN 1'EnRUJARY N1OCT,
within the legal hou's of sale, to the highi
est iddlcer, for' CA~II, the following
de1s('ribe4d proper ty, to-wit:
All the right, t 1itle an initerest of Jaole1
A. Caldwell in all that piece, parcel or traeui
of land, lying, being and sitnuate in 1.h
State of South Carolina, in the ('ountyv o
FairnIelid, on the head wa'iters of Ilog iForl
,ONE HUNDRED ACRES,
m~orb Or less, and bounded bly lands give
(ot deiet1t4I by ,Jam1es E. Caldcwell, now de
censed, to Catherine E. Mohley anld 11
lands given or dlevisedi by thm said Janum
E. Caldwell to Jacolb A. Caldwvell.
All the right, title and( interest of Jaco
A. Caldwell in tall thait pIece, parcI'el C
plantationl of land, lying, being and~ situat
m1 the County of:Fairflield, In the State .U
South Carofinai, calledl "Fairview,'" coli)
FOUR HIUNDREDtI ACHES,'
more or less, and( hounded on the nor'th h1
hma of Cather'ine E. Mohley, on the enu
by lands of Strother Ford, on1 the south b1
lands1 of the saidc .Jacob A. Cald well, an;
(In the west bly 11ands1 of Catherine E. Mol:
Iey and1 (George II. McMaster.
ILeviedl uplon as the properity of Jacob A
Cabdiwell, at the suit of W.lihily, Brother a
Co., agaInst Jacob A. Cald wellI and MX. E
llall, COpairtnlers tradilng under' ,the firc
namife of Cald wo I & Co.
.JNO. D. McCAR LEY,
Sherlif's Ofilce, 83. 1".'.
Wlnmsboro, 8. C.,.
January 12 1883.
B Y vIrtue of the plower and( autthorit
- vested liand11 confered1 upon01 me by
Deed of Assignutent mad'e by Fanec'
Elder 01n thle 4th day of .Januiary, 1882,
will oifer for sale before thle Co~ur't lil's
(door 1n Wilnnlsboro, 01n thle fi'st Mondaly I
February necxt, between tihe legal hona a
wale to) the highuest bIdder, then followin
dleseribedl lot of land viz.- All that lot u
p~arcel of land, dlesignatedl a-A Lot .1, don
plat of survey of lands of Francis Eldel
situat'e, lyIng and being in the corporat
IhnIts of then town of Wlnnsboro, in. thm
County of Fairfid and State of Sout.
TEctRs op SALE-CASH. The purchase
to pay for nuecessary papers.
J. E. McDONALD), ?
Ian 11f xtd AssIgnee of F. Elder,
CLE i K'S SA L E.
STATE OF SOU '11 CA ROLINA
COUNTY OF FAIN1JFIELD.
Lawrence B. Wilson, PlAintiff, vs. 1,valp
D. WIlson and Others, Defendants.
Npursiuance of an order of the Court
SComon Pleas, mado III tlo ab6I
stated easo, I will offer for sile, beforo ti1
Cottrihouse door in Winnsboi o, ol the
FIms'r MONDAY IN FEI1IUE ftY
Next, Within tjmo legal hours' of sale, I
111thle. outery, to the higlest bidder, tli
Adl(lowi Ing-deseribed propeity, to wit:
All that piece, paclor*'traet of lan!
10'11g, beIng anld slituate in thle county anl
tlate alforgs8alI, containing
ONE HtUNDIE'D AIlM,.
L mor or less, and boulded oI the north h)
lands of John lutiis and Sarah .Jone1s, e
! N'ads o1f Joh ia itins, s1th hv lanids<
I . Ellison Clond, deceased, anid weut b
lands of Sarah 11. 4}oney.
All that h'aet or parcel of land, situate I
the County and State aforenaid, containin
moro or less, and bounded on the north h
an(ts of. 'mims miIles, east by lands no,
or former!y of C. L. M'Clentighin, sout
and West by landl, of T. Ellison Cloud, dt
All that. tract or1 parcel of lal, situnt O I
the County VL1nd *-:taIv afloisiaid, containin
mor or les , and boundled on (m 1orth1 h
1a1108 of lienjamiti Cimttel vast bth%, ,144c
Johni Cooper, soulhi by ilillS of' i. M. I.
Duko anld west by 1:yls of James \Vatts.
One-half of the purehlase-m11olley to 1
paid inl cashili, and il the 111111e li one vo
from tl'day of sa~e, with int''rest t!.l(
from, patyal;Ile annuailly. the purebav- I
give for such ba'anei a bondmil seem -ied by
mortage of the preiises sold, anll to p
for aill iecessary papers.
W. If. KEImR,
Clerk's Office, C. %. C. P. V. C.
Winnsboro, S. C.,
2Jan 1, 1883.
Durlling the remainlder. of the Season W,
will sell our witer 1t0oek at
GREATLY REI)UCED PRICES
IF YOU WANT
:D ]ilZ _2.~T O C) 0D E
DIRESS GOODS AND SUITINGO
IW'e exhibited a 111 ni 'c let of thies
goodcs this seasonI 1( and 1 sohlnanv: sti l . fe,
prletty sty'.es lert, whh-h we wish to sell r
a low price' .'&Come and se.'C
OLOAK5, ~uOLMANS, JACKETE
A fe'w of each kind and real prett
These goods we bought at low prices froi
will now be offered at a laruge ireduction,.
1 Now is the season to wrap wel('l and pr)
Si bl's( go tds ia liwi Im keen 1( hemi t ourll01seIle
. llave no1 aieXty ab lout theo picie.
Are amionig thle 5to('k whijch must r *
*goiods aire seeni and pricetd.
We don11't exc(t to handle it. honte r, an
r Is sol.
J.1 M. B3EA'T'Y & CO
CANAIEf' FO~R NALI
Ipajir; 01r $31.Ii for tihe ma1le and flly eln
chase( will please5 31.1ress8
tf 3H IC underigne'd have t his day formie
of.(1'iGC&sEiGuLER~ in the liardwma
h10 d oilery' busin ess, andl s 'ihit. a 0
tm nanice oif thle l'atrna~lt wlhih has hee1
I griveni to theit fir ofl F 1. ( .: n m & Sox. A
. personsli Indeb('ted to Lt old firmi will pleiI
settle at.1 (3n1e.
" Jan 11-ta.x L. v *E1,.
. . O@TIIi'OE.
I 3HE firmi of D). A. Iniamix & Co.
.Lt his 'dla y dI issolvedg 1by Ilimit aI tioni. Pa
l'itiehlding('1 ela mu lst presen('it thiem ,
.. immlledhIately. Mr'. D. A. I 1Indrix is 3w,
thizedi'' to giv.e receOipts inl lhjnidation,
D)AVID) A. IIKkimIX,
.fJaniury 1, 1883.
.1 0 ---.... - .
MAILV I/AR Is YSTPITUTJ
QPECIA L nitenllnu gIven to preparIng your
, O me for I iho (Cinutel A('ndem 30, for Colie1
.1 er for' bliminess life. Tuob BCe'on term opel
Vo partlICUlars 1hire'ss
CAiPT. JOHIN 13. PATRTCK,
!IT 8 ACT, -WE WILL 'ELfLclYOU
WVagoit or Buggy for less thjan anyone I
Mw.' UL YSSE G. DEPOSTE&
NOT W ITHSTANING
r Our custonero may rest assured tha
we will not be utndersold by atl'other
hou-c inu town. Our motto las been,
and still is, "QUICK SALES AND
We offer, for the NEXT TIIIRTY
DAYS, great bargains in
) IES- GOODS,
- VE LVETS,
Latest Styles of TRIMMING BRAID,
NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS.
Owiig to the extremely warml weatl
er, we will sell all of our
GENTS' and YOUTHS' CLOTHING
at the most astonishingly low prices.
We (to not wish you to buy unless
fully suited, aud will refund the mnoniey
for any unsatisfactory p)urchasIe.
P. IdL!iDECKER & BR1O.
AND FEED STABLES
110RSES, MARIES AND MULES.
One hundred hiead for sale, either for
entsh oSr on timse until fall, by maiking~ me
good papers;. I als have eigfhteen so
i wety oodyoung msares that .vi at t(o
exebsange for ol fat plug smule's or horses.
All1 persns having ol mules or hsorses oss
hsansd ands wishsing to purchlase young ones,
. en pust in thieir' o)1l stock ins part pa.I
aWO, ha'vo some54 (extri ie saddl e anisi
hsarnss horses somb Iined. andl a few fine*
poni es. J1 invilte everybodiy in wanst of
stock to call and see sme as .I defy comopeti
Christmna Goo& !
FR ESHI 0011 EN BUTT'IERI.
a . N EW BUCK W1 tEAT FLOURI.
GolenI~ ibusinss, wh'lole anid qsuarter boxes.
CIT RON, CUR HI ANT1S nsd. SPICES.
- New Maignsoiias, Blrunswicks andl the
.JUMIIO lA MS.
ii TIonguie, Souised P'ig's Feet, Matecerdi, in
e ah sizes ando <isuantiities, awld Juhrsi ings
-e P'ridle of thIe Seas, in Slb ti ins, thse
l- inest fish put tsp.
l' CANNED GOODS
Gallon .A pplecs. The only genuine Jos.
Plain and Fancy
CA KES AND CRACKERS.
is COFFF."ES, SU(IARS and FLOURIS are
-very low--get msy pricos.
SPOKES, RIMS AND HUBBS.
In Harniess of all kinds.
Single~ Unsggy Iliarness $9.50 up, worth $11I.
Th'Ile LouisvIlle TIurnuing Plows are 'equial to
any, ands~ mustch cheaper. I have ail size's.
'. RED) JUST P'ROOF OATS, SIXTY
J. U. CUHRIfNGs.
ENoLisHs SADIMS1,C FroR $5, $6, $7 AND)
$10. Kentucky SprIng Seat Saddles for
$16. . -ULYSSE G. DE.SPORTES.
n BUYr THEI PALMETTO WAGON OF ,.
So1th CarOclua. Railway Company.
ON and .after Novenber 12, 182, Pasmen
ger Trains will run as follows until
TO AND FIROM CIARLN6TON.
Leave Columbla at..*8.00 a. in. to.5 p. im.
Arrive Charleston... 12.117 p. in. 11.30 p. in.
LeaVe Charleston.... t7A a. in. *4.00 p. in.
Arrive Colut, la... .11.27 a. in. 10.05 p. in.
t Dally. *Daily except Sunday.
TO AND FIOM CAMDEN.
Lreave Columbia at..*8.00 a. in; *6.55 p. m.
Arrive at Cainden... 1.07 p. m. 9.25 p. in. 1
* ~ WES~T.
Loavn Caniden at...*7.00 a. in. *4.45 p. t
Arrive at Columbia.-.11.27 a. i. 10.05 p. in. t
*Daily except Sundays.
TO AND FnOM AUGUSTA.
Leave Columila................*7.25 p. in.
Arrive Augusta................. 7.55 a. in.
TOmve Augustg.,..,*7,00 a. in. *A.20 p. in.
Arrivi' Colubiha.... 40A . In. 10.05 p. in.
*Dally exeept Sunday.
Cotinnge1(tna pnade at. Colninhia with Co
lumbih and (Ifeenvllel Railroad ly trahil
arriving at. 11.27 i. i., and (4eparling, 1t'
p.55 p. in. Connetion made at C., C. & A.
.1iietion with Charlotte, Colutnia anod
Auigista ltilloild by. train arriviig at Co
linbla at 11.27 a. it., ailt(, depart1mi at 6.55
p. m., t~o and from all -poinits onl both .rnlid6, I
With through 1uillmian Sileeper betweel
Charleston and Washington, via VI rginia
Midland route, without. change. Connee.
tion nade at Chorleston with steiuers for
New York oil Wtedlesdayis and Saturdays;
also, with Savainah aind Charleston Rail
road to all poiits South.
Connetions are niade- at Anutt in with
Georgia Iailroad 1an4 Central Iailroad to
aid fromi all points West and141 South.
Throuir h Tickets cnn hle purchased to all
points South and West, by a.1Vlng to
D). McQ'if.N , Agent,
('olunilda, S. (.
JOIN. 13. PECK, GOttral 3Manager.
D. C. AiiLEN, GCn. Pass. and Tikett Ageint,
Charleston, S. C.
Charlotte, Colunbia & Au: usta'R. I
. P'sI8MNoit O):ri~l rItx NT, ~ fi
CoiTMin A, S. C., Noveimbll- 5, 1882.
r' il Ili initial link in South Caro1 na in the
li.. iciud a dii(i 111 Ihuivilll e sys;tem work
Iinlg'to 1111 fitnlu Clarleatoni via the South
Carolina itallroad: .
*NO. 53. No. 17
Lv. Augltita a .... 7.35 a. in............
Ar. 1ohnnhia b .. .11.39 a. m. Iv. 5.00 a. In.
A r. Wliinsbioro b. . 1. 1:1 p. m. 7. 2 a. in.
A r. Chester C..... 2.17 p. i. 10.50a. n.
A r. Chha rlt te d. . 4.13 p. i. 3.15)p. In. -
Ar. Statosville c. .. 7. 11, p. ill..............
*No 52. No. 17.
Lv. ;i e. . . 8.) at. nl ............
I ,v. (1nr' lt.f'( d. ..' 2.30 p.I7. 5.22 a. in.
LV. (l1'i e....1. 29 p1. i 9.25 a. in.
Lv. W10i~ .33 P. I3. 1.22 1). inl.
Ar. Columbia ... 7.07 p. ni. Ar.:i.so 1. m.
Ar. Atuata .. .5 p. in...... . .....
Railroad (or .ashi.I-n ) p i. m fifteen
1.Intes ahore.l of Wii.:ns:pro Uin 1.
a With'.eli lins thi and from 4Aalinah,
Florida anlt(1 1he Smth and Atihinta, 'lacon
and the Southwest.
b With Soiutih Carolin,? lIallroad to and
frVomll Char'leStoni by N4-s, 52 and 5:1 and with
Col(uuhia and G1reenvlle Railroad.
c With Ceiter and (. hraw and Chester
an(d I'irohu 1:ailroads.
d With Hlihnioud and D1anvill Ic ailroad
to and fron all poiits Noiiitli, Athantle,
TenIess(ei and Ohio Division alid Carolina
Cenit ral Isailr-oad.
e Wt~ithI '.eterni~ Noith Carolina lRailroad
on1 thtitne. '
M. SL~A UCllTitit, G. P. ..
1). C~nnwiii, A. G. P. A.
G.1 R. TAIAo-r-, Suiprit.nden1t.
ONE MAN'S CJASHI AS
AS ANOTIIER'S AT
80UTHIERN MU SIC0 HOUSE.
Only House in Amnerieat Selling
On the One Price System.
ONE~ UNIFO10f PRICE~ to ALL, AND)
THAT' Tii i .uV laENT i(NOW N,
Thle usual sydein of sellinig Pianos aind
Orgains Ia toi'ihe delther t) chanrge any prce
he eaii get for t hien wit houit. regarto e ( ith
er a fir i prohi t or thle cutstoiear's inte'rest.
Ihut we are proud to sa that this has ntever
bieeni 4our1 tethod (of selljing.
Forti thei bienehit of ph~tthasrs and1 to se-.
4eure thei thle fl valuec ol their monelity, we
establi-hed at. the' outset of our buisiess,
THIIE ONE PRICE SYS/~TXEM,
andl to this w'e attiribute ourI lnnme4nse -ad
prosperous011 tradhe. Se luhg oin this seporei
nais , ronde I 4 t Iinp~erat ive that. thet I rice.
he0 theu very lowetd Onet tha enn1(41 he g Ivein.
We~ mri'ple'htil to t his'. We' alhways havet
done it, antd we always will d14 it. It's our
CrI4.d and14 44u1' prarVtire. No other1 P'iai no and
O)rgan il 4uiH de~lsh oni this pri nciplt.
(Our .priers, ini plaini figuires, mare placeod n
everyV inst.rumenllt. A child enni butyas low
as the14 shiarpeist trader. 1. All oithier I louses
hanve' "hlih rice1i's and14 gIve dlscoutti s."'
hei "'iet P rIce" sy-stemi 5iavtes1 time Inl
trainglii42, am114 is the ton y satisfaretery wa'y to
Ibutyer a" d sellecr: lorn, (ln thle hiigh p'rice*
aind discounit syshtrm1, even thlfoghli e culs
towuer bulys, lie is not sture that, he hats b)ot,
AD VIxCyq TO i'T ANO AND
ORGA4N B U'EReS.
Ruy quIck. Why? Ilecause an adlvanCO
in price is almiost certain,: P'lanos and~
Orgains are on at boom~i. TheIi demand;l~ ex-I
coeds the su lpy. All thin factories are'i be
hInd olrders. I ealerns with enshi In hmand
cannot gtet Instrumnents as fast as wanmted.
PrIces (ofi maiteiail a141li abor' are~ ad vancing.
Tlheo priesenlt low prles (of Plinos andl Or
raib hn the next ten years. Th'jose. who bim
no~w will saveimoniey. Lanrge conl(,racts just
iiadeo with nianufac4tuireris will "tiable its to
gutara nterv presenV~t pices until ,Jiauarj Ist,
1 *3 A fter that we eh~n promise no(t lhin ~
D~elays lure danige'eus. l1lagnihlleentL stocI
no)4w omi hand. Necen (/rand Aa/,wrb. Over
2404 diltThrenit styles now In our wareroomis.
hiegu I 1ianos $200. Blea utful Org' an
$Su. Eaiel4st Instahnment T1ermus. Sen on
trial. Ever'y 11ndulcemen'It that any -respon
.ible I 10use5 can offeir. CompetItIon wIth
the world. Don't fall to senid for our Cata
logue's and( fall PrIce LIsts, 1882.
Ludden & Bates'
; OUJTI11N MURIG IWOUSB,
S A-V AN N A HI, G A.
The Gieat PInao and Ongan nanopotof L31 Mo..e.
YEAR TO ALfl4
come mid gono, and the Now Ytad
's and as I intend to use my utmodi
ral patroiage that has beep extepoenj
ies the intereats of Wiy eutomers, I
rom tils (late my progent stock ot
T1 t GOODS
3ED PRIC12S, in order to makd
ore makiig your pur-chases as INy
yhnt I prom se II t.his advet1,40 t.,
beral and gratifying favors, wish
lie store formerly occupied by Messrs
md a new and complete stock of
i1ly of everything usually kept in a
Iways be found as
>le, we respectfully solicit a llberal'shard
sfaction, both as to quality and prices of
1DEN & BRO.
LZ BE OFFERED FOR
AT LESS THAN COST&
m ofTering goods, and you
ur spare change.
A FIN E .ASSOR TMEN.T
LUORS AND CIGARS~
ST BR AND)S.
,FISH7 EV.ARY DAi
in the South, offer for sale a well
~COANUTH LBMONS~ NUTS,
UAJILAdBS, ON 13T, PEANUTS,
l olesale Fruit House shetsid haye.
'RESH! GROCE JRIEIS OF TH1M
UYST RECEIVE~D, CONIITING 03'
Flour-made bybitent process.
Hlams-cavases and iincanasee '
bfees-Green and ltoasted, Old Govern.
ent. Java and Ilo, 'lgurber's Celebrated
.,..* and 41.
Cligice New Orlfans Molasses.
resh TBuckwheat Flour, OatMeal, Raisin.,
Currants, Citron, and a'tull line of
. - u ned Goods.,
Plckles-OJhowChow and Mixed.,
Vinegar-White Wine alud Cider.
. Mpcaroni and Chieese.
neues-Woreste hire,fBird Pepper and
. John B~Uia.
nciie Meat, Plum Puddlug and. Qinger
cach anid A~p~ Buitter, and everything
nitstanor oim any .other tIme.
WF A supply o Rted Rust Proof Oate
IWays on hand.
A IIAPPY EW
The long anticipAted holiday rush han
vitli its hiddenl fuiture has dawned upon t
nt1deavors to merit, in future tihe very libe
O*lmi the past year. by consulting at all t
ake (his oppoitunity of announmcinig that
FALL AND W11
'Will be sold at GREATLY REDUI
>reparation for i more ixtoded
TJIA)E TIIAN HIERETOFORE.
Please eall aid examine my stock bei
wilces will conivinlce von i that. I mieam just,
- llakhi;(-my frields for tiir very li
ou all a happy aud prosperomu, New Yea
1alinve recently commenced busiess in t
?YJames 'urne r & Cu, where will be for
STA1tE AND FAN4
We shall keep alays oil hand a varied .
ist-class Urocery Store, .and our prices shall a
I-Dj W .AS TI-I~4
Tn iti s presen.ing' draelves before lli-' pul
t their pat rolage, a-suring theim of entire sat!
J. It. H A]
IUST BE SOLD), AKD TW3
Xt prices uinhet-rd of in Winnsb
'LOAKS AND DOLMANS
Come and see how LOW I ni
vill bc sure to invest some of y<
[STILL SJHINING WVITI
WINES, BRANDIES, LIC
OF T H.E CIIOIClI
ER ESH 0OYSTERS ..AND
- MEALS HAD AT
I'hme Largest imorlOters of Foreign Fruit
milected stock of
\P"J.rs, ORANOIS, BANANAs, C(
arnd everytuhing else that a first-class VM
UOUN'l'RIJY ORlJ.ERS FIL.Z
DhISTMfAS GOODS !!
AiYEW TEA/R GOODS! ~
VVE have just received tihe following
1reshm and Choice Goods: C
Fruit Butter, - r .
Mirti. 3ine Meat, something nibe
* Oatmeal, .
- Buck wheat, and
few Cr01) Newv Orleans Molasses.
J. 1". MAcMlAST E1 R ' Co.