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).\Y, Japuary 18. t t i ist's
ed or Stolen-W. R. 1hf1)A1
lon-J. Rt. boylei) Judge ot
rain set in again on Wednes
rning, and looked as if it wo0d
o Feasterville .Ufenis, published
orning, rea'ched us tWo 1d4" for
st issue. -
e WadA all over tho county are
vorse conditlon than they have
or many a day.,
ost of our countlY corresponti
em to have 1qtet forgotten us.
welcome letters do not arrive.
ho Frick Ecllpse Engine Is ac
lodged to be the best engine
. Sold by I. J. MeCarley & Co. *
lie stock of the Charlbtte, iehim
August a Railroad is rati-er down
It brings about thirly-four
-8 per ihm.
ttention is called to the adver
ent of Mr. W. I. Rabb, wh'd has
valuable mule, and, offers a lib
leward for its recover).
fr. .Y. Fleming Browl ?a Con
d to give up the managemetit of
ewberry Academy, and has re
d to the 'attlg of .his flo.rishing
I at Santue, in Union county.
ttention is called to Uhe the Aa
sement of Mr." Santil. ). Fant.
is but recently started business
a own account, and we hope he
be encouraged by a liberal patron
Dr. R. B. ITaunlian, Mr.*G. B.
aYik and Mr. J. W. Ilanahan left
tiesday for Graiteville, to attend
nuial sesloti of the (Irand Lodge
to Independent Order of Odd Fel
J. E. AldTfonald, Esq., the special
ree, will go to Chester in a few
s, to take testimony in the case of
or 4nlidtt Mills, the ex-treasurer of
cntitC The State is represented
Solicitor Gaston, the eoui'ty liv
el G. Brice, Esq., and the defend.
by Messrs. J. & J. Hemphill and
Jas. II. iion.
oSrIvn NOTICE. -'hose tat Me
obted to the n for dental
rk done in good faith' will now
ase come forward and settle at once.
ave given ample 'inoe) and noW re
st prompt payment, as money I
d1, and m oncy I must have, to n'cet
obligations. ''A word to the wise."
m; GUANO OIIDINANCE.--It will be
iemberei that some time last year
T'ownv Council passed an ordieance
ohibiting the storage of 'gtuano with
the corporate limits at any time.
* cenutly a petition, numerously signed,
4s subumjit ed to the Council, asking
mnodificatjon of' the ordInance.. On
esday last the Council amended the
inance so thait gnunos mnay 'be stored
towni except duin - te months
mn May to October, Inclusive.
in Nzw uERRY OnIsEIvER.--The
et numiber of thme N'ewberry Ob..
ye, has been received. Thme paper
uinder the mnanagemient of Messrs.
. II. Wallnce, Wmn. P Houseal anid
II M. Kiinard, all of whom have
' md experience in journalism. -Mr.
allace was for some years editor of
e Newberry Hferala-. 'The Observer
a handsomely printed seven-column
110 It, anmd its pages are well filliecd wvith
101ce matter, original and selected.
he publishers have made a dlecidedly
ood beginning, and theli' success is
saui ed. We eXtend to thenm a warm
* ekcoime, anmd trust they may realize
'heir every exp)ctaition..
TInV GORDON LIOJTa tNfANTRY.-A t
e last regular meeting of the Gordon
ig mht Infantry fifteten new niemnbers
era added to the roll of the company,
V m~iking the number of aetive members
ver ' ~t. T1hia increase of numbers
ddsi greatly to the effieiency and the
prtof the command'. The main
enance of such an orgaiiization in the
mailer- towvns is always a titter of
' rent dimlculty', and the present condi'
lon of the -Gordons reflects much
redit upon the olfilecrs and men allkk:
h'le. coimpany ruaks among the very
kest in .South Carolina, and it has beenm
'equently. complimented by Adjutant
~eneral Manigaitt and other~ compe
ent judges. - Winnisboro is proud of
io volunteer soldiev9, and we trust the.
'ordon Light Infantry Will continue
o prosper as they deserve.
DEATns.-Mr. Jacob Blookman, atm
1(1 and well known citizen of this
ounty, died on thle 14th [ist, lie had
'enched a ripe old age, belig in l'is
~igly-thlrd year, but, until within the
past few weeks, he avent about'as
tisual, and had remarkable strength of
lmnd and body. Mr. Bookmnan w$as a
nntle of Richland county, but had
spent the greater portion of' his life in
Fairfld where lhe became widecly
known tltd made numnerots frende,
lie was a man of great industry, and
had, when the wreck of' the w,ar camne
itpon 01W people, accumrulated. a eon
siderable property. This he lost Ilt the
general ruIn. 01' inte years ho was
engasged inm planting in a small way.
Peace to his ashes.
Mrs. F~austina Lyhes, the wife 'of Mr.
J1. Frank Lyhes, died of conettmlptin
on Sunday, the 14th lnst. Her health
had been very feeble for seime time,
and her deaith was not itnmexpected.
Mrs Lyles wats a daughter of thme late
Osmnund S. Jones, amid ivas- in the very3
pilme of early womanhood. She had
been married only sevenmonther and4
1I de&ath 110 is Iei-alike o.
tr 1usband and- to ber many relatives)
hit of who, wOi'O warmly attached to
to her by her many att ractive utilitlosa
ITakB 'a FEoS A82'Di&xLL..
-The colored people have bobd
ifaking on*hgements for. the year with
more alacrity than usuAl.
-Notwitistanding the bountiful
harvests of last year, white and col
O'ed find it difficult. to meet their'obli
gations and have left a satisfactory
nlargin. for the incoming years ex
-Two mad dogs wbre kieO recent
lYin the uioPer portion of the Corner.
One of them attacked a yotmug son1 of
Mr. Juo. B. Cornwell, tearing his
garments quite savagely, but fortu
nately not reachiing the skii
-Recently in returning frofi New
berry county, two of our worthy citi
zens applied at Ilughey's ferry for
ferriage for themselvesand their lorses
Being unable to obtain it, they went
to the Alston ferry. Disappointed
there, they retraced thcir way, and,
utnable to cross at Strother's, fiually
succeeded by tlie. hie'Oit accident in
crossing at Blair's. The additional
distance occasioned by the disappoint
ment was about thirty miles; the time
lost, about six hourA; the inconvenience
incalculable, as the dat was one of
great inclemency. This, perhaps, is
an unusual case; but few ever apply At
ferries without experiencing great dif
flculty in making the fc'rymen hear,
and hearing, come and attend at once
to their duties. Moreover, the en
trances to flats are generally such as
renlly endamigr the life or property of
travelers. If the tosl allowed at char
tered ferries is insufilcient to remuner
ate ferryien for their entire tinlli it
should evidently he increased' but, if
sufficient, as \vas doubtless the inten.
tioni, why should not the ferrynien's
entire kime be regarded as belonging
to the Bt're or traveling public, aid
be spent durlig the legal hours in the
discharge of their lutles and in inak
Ing such improvemonts as will make
the ferries more safe hind expeditious?
It is sincerely hoped the proper author
ities will take ntnediate steils towards
the abatement .-f these standing and
growing nuisantes to the *traveling
TfnhVr r N.Wnoys.--Cinmcinnati has
one newsboy who is worth $20,000,
anotber worth $5.000, and anot her who
has been able to retire from the street
ama set up a newq depot.
-It is reported that an efilrt will be
made to have Circuit Attornev Harris,
of St. LoAis> impeached by the lis
souri Seniate on tie charge of obstruct
ing the course of justice in refusing to
let, the clothes of Colonel Slayback-,
who was killed by Colonel Cockerell,
be taken before a delm6itioni court in
tihe recent p~roceedinigs.
-No)thing hiuids up shattered constitu
tions so quickly as Brown's Iron Bitters. *
*MAnnTEnD-A t the residence of the bride's
mnother, in Rock Hill, on thme nighit of' the
16lth inst., by the Rev . J. C. Stoll, Mr. LEE~
D). ROBIERTsoN, of Fairfield* . ounty, to
Miss ANNIE U..NEA L, of Rock lUll.
STRAYEDI OIR !!&iOLEN
4 ROM myplace .two miles south of
- Winnsho0, on Monday night last, one
very dark mgrey mule, 14% hanads and ten
years old,. II as a large bra.(d on the. -hack
above the loin. A suitable reward will he
paid for her recovery.
Jan 18-t1** W. R. RABB.
ST ATE OF~ SOUT H CAIROLINA,
CoUNTY OF~ FAIFIELD.
RNJ.I BOYI.L ES, J1oq, P'robate Ju~dge.
iT l1kREAS, Sannuel ]F. Cooper hiathi
made suit to mec to grant him i lettersi
of adnministr~atio)n of the estate and effects
of Nancy Cooper, dleceased:
These are, therefore, to cite and admon
ish all and singumlar thme kinmdrCd and( cred
itoks of the saidl Nancy (looper, deC
eansed, that they be and appear before iec
ini the Court of Probate, to be held a1
Fiairtild Court House, S. C,, on the 1st
(lay of February next after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock ini the forenoion, to
show cause, if any thiey have, why the said
admiin istratin 8hd)uld not be granTed.
Given under m hvland, this 16th .day of
January, Anno Ioin n 1883.
Published on the 18th day of January,
1883, in i Ninwa Aho llanALn,
.Jan 18-tx1 Judge of Profbate.
BlUY Trn PALMETr'O WAGON OF
UL.YSSE G*. DiESPORTES.
S Eare prepared to fill all orders for
-YLumiber, and wes respectfully so
licit a sharceof ihe publie patronage. All
orders viil e ptmptly met. . Address
T.W.BYLE & 11RO.,
. Ridgoway, R. C.,
- O0t 28txni . Yinnsboro, 8, 0,
..... N O DINAC
Td 1,IINSE CERTAIN BUsiNiUssER,
flo it Ordained by the Intendlant and
Wardens of the T1owni of Winnsboro in
0ounell inet, and'by the authority of the
T1hat en annual ta& of TwENTYv-FvE
noiAjAiROe ha m posed upon01 each TJelegraphm
Comhpany hdvmig an operator re~sidlent ii
said fowuil and tuponi each Express5 Comn
pany having a residenit mgent in said Town-;
andl upon each .Lveiy 86dable keeper doing
business in sah}; Townj jlnd aii annual tax
of TEN J)OLLAn8 for eatdh P~ubild 1)ray (do
lug bitsiness inu said Town; upon01 the pay
ment of which sis .a license shall be
granted to s uch telegraph coinmibles, cx
prean conmpaniies, l ivery stable keepers mind
public drays, to do0 lusines~s foi- one year,
D)one in CouncilI this 28th (lay of tneeem
herin he earof ur ordone thousand
eigh hunredand elighty-two, under the
cor'porate seal of the sald Tow n.
J. N, CPN'TER, Clerk..
IUNOisn SADDLES Fon $5, $d, $7 ANI)
$10. K~entiicky Spring Seat Saddiles for
$10, ULYSSE'G. DEFSPORT128.
W TANTED a buyer for mf.entiri stoeck
VYof Staple anid Fancy Groceries, 14
quors, Wines, Tobaicco, Olgras etc., situat.
edl in best biusiness pairt of towh- Storre
room well adapted to the buisijiess and
renteil for nott year. I Intend to leave thes
county and request all parties 'lndebted to
me to come ip and settle their account.
promptly, and save theinselves tt'rhblo.I
mean bitshines, and will veil to a cash buy
er. Very resoectfuliy,
flo 30tili, W. 11. DONLY.
i IfAVE recently comineted bilsi
hoss ojpOsito M'. . M. Elliott's Gil
IShop, wheo will bo fouid'Cooklin
and Heating Stoves and Tiafware of a
Roofing and Oittering don in .
good asl substantial manier, as lala
as t ile Olleapest.
Signs PaIluted In the best 8tyl)
Merchants will find it to thellr inter
0et to censo selling light Yankee Titi
wIare, poorly soldered, and sell i
TINWARC, as it is about. as CHllCA1
aid Is inado ofGOOD IMATlltIAL.
. _SABIL. ID. FANT.
SADDLES, BRIDLES AND IIAI2RasB8--' WA
ULYSSE G. VYEMPOR TES.
lRESII GOSIIEN BUTTER,
NEW BUCK WIIEA''T FLOUiR
London Layersi, Loose Museateis aid Fines
Golden Ralsiis, whole and qtiarter box.
CITRON-, CURRANTS f]and SPICEE
Ne Magnollias, Brunsyvlek# and th
Tongnes, Soused Pig's Feet, Mackerel, i
llsizes and qunitities, alu! .1uhringf
Pride of the Sea, In 0lb tins, the
fluest fish put up.
of all kinds.
GAllon Apples. The only genuine Joq
umo Photo. Sahnon.
Plain and Fancy
OAKES AND ORACKERS.
COFFEES, SUGK AIS at-d FLOORS at'
very low-get my prices.
SPOkES, RIMS AND HUBS.
in Iarness of all kinds.
Single Buggy Ifaritess S 1.50 up, worth $1:
The Losuisville Turning Plows are equal I
ally, and iucli chllaper. I ha e all size:
IE) RUS'Lr PROOF' QATS, SIXTI
J. l. CUXMINa G.S.
IT 1s A FACT, WE w!I.L SELL YOU
Wagon or Buggy for less than anyone i
town. ULY6SE G. DESPORTE.
AND FEED STABLES
HlOISES, MARES AND MULES
One hundred head foi~ sales either f<
eash or on time until fall, by makinig ni
good papers. I aliso havet eighlten
twenty good young mares that I want I
exchlange for ohd fat plug mules or horse;
All personms ha~viiug ohl nudes or horses o
hand and wIshing to purcha)Ise young one;
cani put in their old 8toc(k hii plart pay.
also have some extra lineO en'ddle an
harness horses combiined1iandui a rew fi
ponies. I Invite ev'eryb~ody in want<
stock to call and se0 me as I de0fy compe!
WI~h~O S. U-., Jan. 1, 1883.
DON'T flUY A WACON UNTIL YOU SEE U
It will pay you.
ULYSSE G. DESPOR TES.
Ehave just receIved a large and1( heat
tul assortmeont of Christmas and .No
*C A RDS.
Also, a hlandsome lot of other goods suil
able for CIIRIST1MAS and NEWV YEA
IBOOKS ! .BOOKS
All kinds of Books suitahle for P'resent
The largest and( most comp11lele stock of
we have eVer offered,
V$e wotl respeetfunlly ctill the ettentio
of t.he P'ub Ile to these goods, and1( reques
ani inspection before purtchasin1g.
McMASTER, ICE & KE~TC11EN
Y v'rtue of thd power and a1 uthorlt
-. - vsted in andi confered upon01 mei by
D~eed otf Assiunent InadeI b~y Franel
Elder un the 4th day (If January, 1882,
will offer'~ for saile before te Court Hious
door in Wilnnsboro, on the first Monday I
Feblruary next between the legal ho(urs (.
salte to the higifest bidder, the followin
dlescribed lot (If land vIz: All that lot e
ai'C'el of land, deidgnatedi as Lot P', on
plat of survey (If lands of Fjranein Elde1n
siuatet, lying rnd being in the cor >orat
limits of the town of Wilnnsboro, In th
County or Fairfield and State of Sont
T nsOF SAT L1-0A STI The pttrehase
to pay for neesr ges
J.A.MgcDON ofF LDr
Jan 11-$xtd sin4o .Edr
th'ing the rifulainder of the deoih 1
will sell our winter stock at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICE
1F YOU WANT
DRESS GOODS AND StITING!
We dxhibited A hico selection of tle
goods this seasonl and (old muanl ; MI'l i fe
,t pretty Miyles left, whleh we wisi to sell
a low priece Uome and see.
CLOAX3, DOLMANS% JAOEET
A few of ench' kind and real pret
goods-will sel; these to close without
Gots' and 'LanieD
tJNDE R~FEA R.
These goods we bought at low priees fro
nu tuaetrers. The remnant of stot
will now be offered at a large reduction.
.L ANE LS.
Now is the season to wrap well and pl.
venlt colds and pn-1e1111onh. We are
reneUrouis as to plefer our customers to ha
t nese goods raltie thain keep them ourselye
llave no anxiety' about the pric-.
Clothll. aild flat,
Are among the stodk which Muls b t
a duced before spring. Don't buy until o
goods are seen and pricedk
We don't expect to handlel it longer, ar
will give genuie bargains until the sto<
We invite all to call and examine
J. M. BEATY & CC
NET THIRTY BY
NOT WITHSTIA NDINI
. ADVERTISkU BARGAINS.,
Our custorhusi inay rest assured th
we wvill not be undersold by any oth
house in town. Our mlotto has bec
and still is, "QUICK SALES8 AE
We oller, for theo NEXT THIIIt'i
DAYS, great bal'gainis in *
L ADI ES' CLOAKi,
.Latest 8tyles or it TIMMING* BRA!I]
NOTIONS 01F ALL IND
Owing to thle extremnely warth weat
er, we will soil all of our
GENTS3' and T'OUTIIS' CLOT1ti3
att the most attutoisingly low prides,
We do not wish yon to bdy uni
fully suited, and will rofund thlineml
ifor any tnsatisfactory piirchiases
P. LAwDhECKEl? 4S 131
CANARIES FONl SALI
i ~IX pair stIll oil h1and fot' sale, and
knumbe, r of extra hiens. I'rle $3.50
r ailr or $.3.00 for the nmale andi fify ccii
chase wIll please address
Jan 11. Whsoo . Er
South Carolina Railway Company.
ONX anti after Noveihber 12, 1882, Passen
ger Trains will run as follows until
TO AND FROM CITAUJMWrON.
Leave ColunhlA at..*8.00 a. lit. 16.55 p. mit
Arrive Cliarletoli.. . 12.67 p. it. 11.0 p. mj
Leave Charleston... .t7.00 a. In. *4.00 p. In.
Arrive Columbia.... 11.47 a. i. 10.05 p. in.
t Daily. *Daily except Sunday.
TO AND FRIOM dAMDEN.
Leav% Collifibla at. .*8.00 h% in. *.5l p. m.
Arrive at Camden... 1.07 p. lt. 0.2 p. m.
IA'are Caniden a.. *7.00 a. tt. *445 'p. n I
Arrive at Colulibla, 11.27 a. in. 10,00 p. in. t
*Daily except Sundays,
TO AND htO'M AUOUSTA%
Leave (ehimnbia............*7.25 1). I.
3 1 Arrivu Augilsta.......... . . 7.55 a. i.
Leave Ahgutsta... .*.00 At. in. *4.20 i. t.
Arrive( Coluffhali. -. %. .08 p. hi. 10.05 p). in. I
D *Daily except Sunda.
Cdonhectiotis made at ColumbiA With Cd
iunbla and Greenville Itallroad by train
. arrivin , at 11.127 a. in., and de parting at
6.55 1. n. Cotnuetioin made at (.. C. t& A.
J Uit(lion with Clarlotte, Voltuntbla and
Augusta Iallroad by train atriv1ig itt Co.
w liunbia at 11.27 a. it. and depalring it d.55
p. .,. to and from aill polilts on both roads, l
with throligl u11111m11an Siee lm r it weeni
Charle-tton nd Washington via Virginia
. ildlanld route, withot ehattge. Connee
tio made at Charleston with sthiners for
ty New York on Wedneslays and Saturdity;
a also, With Sava mah ntid Chiarlhastoni 11il
road to till politA Suilh.
Cottnections are inade At Augilsta with
Georgia Railroad and tuifial Railroad to
| and front all poiits Wnst aind Soutth.
Thttlo 'h Tiyces can be plriciased to all
pointsSouti and Wes.t, by applying to
Coliibbla, s. C.
JoIn..B. PECK, (hene'al Maiager.
D. C. AiaK (iien.t Piiss. and 'I leket Agent,
n Charleston, S. C.
Charlotte, Columina & Augusta ft. It.
PASSENOEn itD.11i'A KN-r,
COTLUMBmA, 8. C., Noem01ber 5, 1882.
AII E .initial lhin i South Carolina in the
Iflehnmond and D'afville systein work
ingi to aind front Charleston via the Sonth
*Nc, 53. iNo. 17. V
Ly. Augusta a.... 7.35 a. i. ............
Ar. Coluimbia b. .. 11.39 a. mit. Lv. 5.00 a. tit.
o Ar. Winnsboro b. . 1.1;. p. i. 7.52 at. in.
A r. Chestr '..... 2.17 p. it. 10.50 a. lit.
jAr. Chharlotte d. . 4.13 p. i. 3. 15 p. i.
Am'. Statesville a... 7.05 p. i. ............
*No. .52. tNo. 18.
Lv. Statp'sville P... 8.00 a. I. ............
Lv. Charlotte d ... 2.:31 p. i. 5.22 a. it.
IV. Chester . ...... 4.29 p. it. 9.25 a. i.
Lv. Whinsboro.. .. 5.33 p. lit. 1.22 p. m.
Lv. Columbia b. .. 7.07 p. iml. Ar. 3.50 p. i.
. Ar. Augusta.....1.15 p. m.........
tir ltl.tDil '. exeept Sundas.
I ailroad (or Washington) ie fifteen
ht'inutes alhlead of Wiunshoro time,
it W ith all lines to and11( froin Savahit1lh,
-Florida anld the Souith anld Alnta, INlaconl
and the Solthwest
b With South Carolint liailroad to and
from C.ihrleston by Nos. 52 and 53 anid With
d Columbia ald Greenville iLililad.
k c With Chester ai Cheraw and Chester
and Le-noir Itallr-oads.
d With lclhimond and Dait ille tallr nil
to ald ft'etm all 'PoInt.4 Noith. Atlaitthe,
Telilessee and Ohio Divisiont and Carolina
- e Witl Westetru Norlh Carolina Raliroad
for A sheville, WaurbV 8prings and all ploluts
cli M. SL AtUGIYTER, 0. P. A.
1). CAnnDwE.T, A. (G. P. A.
G. 1R. TA LooXT-r', Sutperinttendets
-ONE MAN'S CASH AS
AS ANOTIIK'S4 AT
LIdeR & Bates'
SOUTHEIRN MUSIC HOUSE.
Only Jlinuse in America Selling
PIAOS & OREQIN
On the One Prico~ S.'stemi
ONE 1JNINORM PRIlCE to ALL, ANl)
l 'HAT THiE ILOWEST KNOWN,
~'i'he usual Avstein of selling Pianos and
Organs is for the dealer 'to charge any price
n, he enn get for l~heina wvitihout itardl to eith
er a fair prolit, or the cuistome's interest.
D But we are proud to say that this lims nIeOer
been otur miethiodu of s'elfing.
For the beniellt of p~ur~chas~ers and t e
cture thiem the full vailu tof their~ mioney, we
estabtlishied at the outset of' our busi'ness,
Y twelvo ycura since,
THLE ONE PRTCE SI'STEM,
andl to this We attribute our lunniientM andu
prosperous trade4 Selljng on tihis squaro
>asis1, reniders it itmperai yve ihat time pile
be the very lowest onie that. dati he glven.
We are pledged to this. We alWay have
donte its anid We always ilh (10 it. I's otur
crtwd anid omur piractiec4 No other Piano auidl
Or ant House deals on this pirinciple.
Uur prices, it plaint tlgnmres, are placed on
t'very citiimnt chi can b~uy ats loW
as tihe sharpest tradler. A ll other Hlouses
have "'high prices anid give discounits."'
',fThe "' ne Price'" sy'stemi saves thne ini
trading, and is the only s aLI sfact or~ way to
butyer atndl seller; for, onl thme hmigh prie
), and dilscounit sy'stemit, even ltili the cus
Sonmer btuys; li is not sure thaut hohas hot,e
omi prces. /
ADr I 2 E 0' P A NO AXD
h.. OIWJAN 7:.E S
lAuy ttui9k. Wh m~? letCAuse antfl atatee
ii n pi(e is alnost certain. P'i:nos aind
Organi' are oni a hoomt. TJhid demanid ex- (
eeeds time sup)) y. All theo factorie's anre he
ohind 'wders. I ealet' with cashm ini hand
cainnot get instrumenits ai fau.t as wateud.
Preces of mnateriial and ia b)ur are a'dvanciig.
Th'Ie pres;ent low >rleen of' Pinos and Or
Rahms caninot enlti iiue, add wvill not a'ain it
rule in the next teni year's. Th'iose whlolm *
now will save inoney. Laorge. coiitracts ju~
made wIlth mantufacetui-ers /il enmable' ui to)
guLaranltee prent prices unt January/ Ist,
18.3. Aft er that we can proimise nothhig
y IDeiays are dangoetus. Ma gnhilent. stoc
inow oil hand. 84'Venl Grand XukAeru. Over
200 dlifferenmt styles now it our wareroomts.
b'Iegant Pianoa $g00. lieu utiful (h aus
t50. Easiest Intstalmtent. Terms. Senm on
rial. Every intduecieent that eny respon
. ibi~le ouise cain offero Coinpleti ion withm
.ti's world. Donm't fail to sentd for our Cata- .
logues aind fail Price Lists, 1882.
ta Luddezi aS Dt'
r- SOUTHERN MUnid JIOUSE,
S A VA N-N AH, GA.
The Oraat ma~ nAu n.pjt n-.~ .h oS
A IAPPY N'E~ y
The 1i1jt nnticipated holiday Migh ham C
'ith its hidden futttre ias dawlied upon us;
indeavors to merit, in future the very libera
0 me the pat year. by consuting at all tih
like (his opportunity of announcing that frI
FALL AND WINp
Will be sold at GREATLY RtIbUCt
repariation for (a more extended
TRAM-, THlAN iiI'.IET Poffl..
Pleiave call and ek-amine my stock befor
rive% Will Cotiviice y.)Io l a n just wi
Th,11oanig IIuyI- frends Cor. their very libc
*on all a happy and prosperouls New Year.
iE have 'ecently Comn menced husiness in the
V Jaines Turner & C')., Where will be founaa
WO hiall keep always Onl hand a varied sup
rs-eclass uotery store, and our pri'en shail alw
LC W A.3S TH:E
In thus presentiung ourselves before the pul
- their patronage, [assuring them of entire 8atisf
2 J. H. HAiR
ifVAST PP SOLD, 11D Wi
M prices naheard of in Winnsboi
.LOAlS AND DOLMANS A
Come and see how LOWV I tt
vill be sui-e to invest some of yoi
[S S 2Ii2 SIA'Z AG W'IiT11a
WINES, BRANDIEs, LIQj
OF TIIE CHOICES'
iTR EAH' OYST ERS ./IA"D
MEALS IIAD AT
'hna Largest Impor'tcrs of For'eigt: Fruit in
lclCted stoc~k of
RAlal1N8, Rii (D1 F1GS, P~oTIATO01S,
and evervithing else that a first-class IVlt
rOVAN1'RY ORDEItS F(ILL)
000t 17-t x6m
READ TILS! CI
rt3T UEJEIVED, CONSISTZNdQ O '
Flour-inadIe by pafte4nt process.
hIam)A-canvyassed and fincan va4sedl.
Mugard--fa l grades.
offeh-Ort'en and Roasted, Old 'lovyrn- Frca
enut .Java and Rtio, T1hurber's Chbratedl
14 and 41.
Cholee New Orieans Molasses.
resh licekwheat Floor, Oat Meal, Raisjns,
Untranlilts, Olt''eua and a fnll line of
Pleklos-Chowv Cleow anid Mlxed.
'Vinegar--White WIno and Older':
Macaroni and Uheese; at r
~arics--Worces.tershlire, ird reppsie tiid
fince Moat, Plum Piaddliig and Gliig~r
seachi and A pple Tiniter;. aid etfifdng
nice for Christmas or any other time.
Eg' A s'u pp of Rd Rust Prootfat
Iways on han Ot
04 Ie$$L $
EAR TO ALL.
)me and gone, awl the New Year
and as I Intend .to uoe my utmos
patronage that has been extended
es the interests of my cstomere, I
im this date my present stock of
:t) 1'uRCUS In order to inake
0 making Vout purchases ath
l I promise Iii this advertisetneitt
ral and gratifyitig favors, I wish
storE fornierly oeQpkdl'e by Mom8rg&
I a new and couiplete ttovk of
MY of eyeting usually heJA in a
atys be foundl( as
, we respectfully solicit a liberal share
tetion, both as to quality and pricea of
DEN & 1BR0s
I &P OFFER PED POR
,T LtESS THAN COST6
ofl-cing goods, aind you
Lr spare change,
SFIN E ASSoRTbJIfE.i.
JOR$ AND CIGAiRS3
FISH EYERYI~i D4Y',
the Sou th, it'ek- l'oi' salo a *&e
)ANt"'t. LEMON.l, NU'S,
CAunaA(ns, UNomo8, PEAatri~
>Iesale it'rnit Ihouse bhIouId have.
AT WTITIH DISPA).rCII
IRISTMAS GOODS! I
N'W J 7AR GOObal
E havei just reeived the fdiibiih~
h and Choico Goods:
Jellies1 , rt~
stff MineMeat, seinethu ing ~ ri
I' lrop New Orleans Molasse
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