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LOCA L INTNLLGENOl8
rIEURSDAY', Februr 1, : I : s
-What has become of tie htiastjse
rude ball? Can any one toll us?
"--Ex-ddgd Willard has been re
taiied to assist the District Attornoy
in the political prosecuttt.iA il tild
United Statch Court next April.
-All delinquent stbscribers to Thtt
NESV ANi. HERALD are invited to dal
ia pay their dues. We shall be only
too iappy to welcomio thbin witI a
-We overheard hii attoinoy tihe
othbr day mtikb tile following proliosi
tioii to his clloiiti "If I ludsel Raid
he, "I got nothing; If 1 Win you get
-Judge Ilaskell has asumed the
inanagement of thea Cdiimbia & Green
ville Railroad Company, made vacant
)' the rosignation of Colonel lib
Unughrin. ~ ~ Tre
-The new store of Mlssrs. Turner
& Co. is being rapidly pushed for
ward to completion and will be ready
in a short time for use. It will be an
elegant store.h1ouse whon completed,
.niil will tidd no littl. to tihe appearance
bf that portion of Congress 9ti'oeb
-0. V. Buchanan, Esq.. has ten
dered his resignation to tihe Governor
as trial justlec for this place. Mr.
I titihanman has given entire satisthetion
inl the discharge of the duties of the
offloe. We hope lie Governor will be
th6 happy in the selection of his success
-An apostle of culture, with a com
bloxiimn sveral shades dai-keit than
lui:linight, 'who would perhaps answer
to the exhorter of several years stand
inug, approached a Physician of this
'own a hort time since with the re
mark: "I was caming to see you this
morning, Doctor, to get you td rczam
inc me; I am 'fraid that I ain taking
-Coiplaints are heard from all sec
tions of, the county that the faIrmers are
b~ehiniid with thcir work-thousands of
polilnds of cotton in tie field unpicked,
graini ilnSOWn 11and roads impassable.
'hmis, fl(. first blush, secms to be a bad
sliowinig, but we cannot see how -it
bould have beem otherwise, when li is
i'embered that we have had nearly
twenty days of rain. Why, the Bible
tells us that the flood was only forty
-We arc glad to learn thttt Uhi little
bovs in town have organlized a debat
ing society. The object is certainly a
praiseworthy one, and we congratu
late them upon their good taste and
* excellent, judgnmnt. The organization
will not only afl'ord them much gen
nine pleasure, but will doubtless be a
source di real and substanitial improve
ingt. Training begun this early will
eqhip them Io' the stirring scenmes of
nitoer life, anmd it may be, from the sted
sown niow, they will seine day reap the
fruit of victory ini the debating halls
of the nation.
PainsONAL.-Misacs Ella 1)olw and
E'mmia 1)hmn left on Wednesday for the
JlillIshoro Female Seminary, carrying
with thiem the best wishes of their
WVinnsboro frienids. They wemnt under
thme charge or Mr. W. R. OUcty, who
will probably visit his old home in
1(entucky before refturning.
Mr. Wmn. F.' Marshall, the general
ogeut of the Stono Phosphate Comn
panmy, lhas been in tow..n on a bness~
visit, ie hats hosts of frienids all over
the State, who are always glad to sec
Cou rr.-Thle Couart of General Ses
sions conlvenes here on the second'
'.Mowlay-the 12t.h inst.m--and .Judge
](ershmaw will preside. Thei'e will be
a number of cases tried at this term,
almuong them, two murder cases, one
bu rglary, two pertjulry, a considerable
ummber for assault and blittery with
intent( to kill, carrying conmcaled dead
13' weapons, larceny from the hld,
and larceny of live stork. Th'10ecrimi
. nal court will pirob~ably conisume the
greater portion of thec week. The
civil docket wvill be somewhat heavier
THEm CmiEsrE RIWOrRm.-XWlth the
beginning of thie present year 'the
Chester REporter entered upon its fif
teenith volume. The Reporter, fromit
*Its earliest hIstory, has takeni a high
*stand. atioong thme papers of. the State,
and has dleserved well of the people
Whose interes's'lt hats striven so faith
Iulhy to a'lvance. Mr. John l.~ Ba~
chianan is now its editor and he carries
to his. work experience, talent snd a
hearty dIetet'mination to make the
paper an hmmtrumecnt for good to the
people0 of Sonth Carolina. We wish him
nmany years more of usefulness.
beati, of Capt. Jameos Heoatys
-Our commuiiity was deeply shiocked
to hear', on Wedniesday morning, of
the very suddeni death of Capt. Jtamies
Ileaty, Ho had beefi lit apparently
agoodi health for ftome Limo past, and
*though he had suffered some attacks
of vertigo, $'ot hie seemed to have re
covered1 entirely, and~ was attending to
business as usual, On the morning of
lis death lie breakfasted as usual, but
soon aftorwards feeling badly he sent
for his p)hysician, who lprescribed
- 'lef--to such an oktent that the doctor
had just left the honse, and was sum
mnoned baek, to Ihaid Captain Boeaty in
41 dying condition. In a few moment.
Captahi Bloaty' was a niative of 1Fair
lly:: and' ha Aset lhiei business
1828, and was therefore in the sixtieth~
S'oar of his aan, A the age of fifteen
iears lie staread lite ha a clot-k with;
wilti Mr. James A. McCrorey; A few
years lator h6 hommenced business on
his q0wI account, anid so tiontinued till
tHo outbreak of tho war, living, at
different times, at hossville and t*
1kaddon's Grove. In 1861 lie ento'ed
the Confederate servicoe in the Sixth
Regitnent, S. C. V.1 and was 'aher-'
Watd h caIptain In the Beventeenth
Regiment, t I e n comihahded - by
eK-Governor MeWs, and continued
in this positi'on until 1804 when,
owing to failing health, ho Wiu
assigned td duty In the quar
termaster's department. Ho was
Wonded at the sedond battle .of
Manassas. At the oload of the war hd
resuhied business at Gladden's Grove,
where he continued till 1871, when he
removed to Winnsboro. He was the
senilbi' member of the firms of Beaty &
Bro. and J. M. Botily & Co. He was
elected a director of the Winnsboro
National Bank at its organization, and
held that position up to thd time of his
death. lie took a prominontpart in the
foraintion of the Winnsboi-d Building
dud Loan Association, and was for
some years president of that corpora
tion. He never took an activo part In
poll Ics,- though d ways evincing a
deop interest in all that concerned the
wellare of the State. In 1870 lie was,
withouit any wish 1Ydmi him, nointat
ed foi the Legislature from this county
on the "Union Reform" ticket. It
was conceived that It man of Captain
Beaty's charneter would attract the
vote of kil who wanted peace and order
here, bit he. along with the other
nominees, was defeated by a heavy
black majority. Caplain Beaty was a
devoted member of Mount Olivet
Presbyterian Church, of which he was
for many years a ruling elder. Of late
years he attended regubrly at Scion
Church In this place. In both congrc
gations lie was held in the highest
estecim, and his couLnsels Welhb always
received with the utmost respect. He
leaves his wife-a daightetr of Mr.
James A. McCrorey-fivo sons and
The life of a man like James 11etty
is full of ti1o0b examples which
good men are wont to follow. if we
look through his course, it may be
that. we shall find no single act con
spicuous above all others for its
meritorious character. lI talways fol
lowed the straight path of 1uty, as
marked out by an enlightened con
science, st-oppiig not to coisider the
conIseq uen ees to himself. Ile hlid coln
victions strong enough indeed, but
nevertheless regulated by a conserva
tism which was born of' justice and
prIudlence. T2hese convictions lhe unever'
hesitated either' to express 01' to put
inito ti on wiivhenever occasio n demand
ed. U~nobtrnsive in disposition and
modest in mannter, he wvas nevertheless
ready, when occasion demanded, Lo
expr'ess his views fully and frankly.
We have said that lhe was conservat ive ;
but his conservatism was of that kind
which made it a positive f'eatur'e of his
character ILId impressed it upon the
coimmnunity'. Moderation would( per
haps1) be a better name for thuis quality,
andi while it was prevalent in Captain
Beaty's character it now iso detracted
froni his firmness In the~ discharge of
duty. In all the relations of life duty
was his guide, and lhe ever' acted fully
iul to all its requirements. IHe was
alive to all the diemand1s of his cit izen1
ship, taking an active inteirest in all
ti coalctrned( (liC Welfar'e of thbe dothv
munity. In LIhd dllifeent institutions
of which he was an officer' his constant
car'e was to servo the Interests of those
conerned. In his business relat-ionms
he hadi th~e full confidence of all wvith
whom ho dealt. JHomest, Inflexibly
honest, himself, lie was slowv to sus
poet dishonor in others, and censured
eonly whei'e his censure was just. lie
was a successful merchant, accumulat
ing a considerable propeI'y by indus
try ndi strict allewatxin to buinelIs.
Th'ie naato lie leaves behind is one of
which any man might well be priotnd,
andl it wvill be honored not alone by
those who p~ay homage to a depaited
kinsman, but by all who admire those
qjualities wvhidh, we are taught, go to
mako up "thd perfect man and the
-The funeral services will be held
in-the Precsbyteriani church at twelve
o'clock this morning. The frnienmds and
acquaintances of the family are rospedte
fully Invited to attend.
-Miss Maggie R~obinson left inst
week on a. visit to hdr Georgia rela.
--Mr. Tho'tnas McKed'tvn and Miss
Maggie Cameron were married on thd
18th ult, by the Rev. J, D. Mahdat
--There Is considerable sickness in
the tupper setion. Mr. William Banks'
host his infant, one year of ago, on the
-Thred droves Ot' mules recently
lpassed throngh the Cornef'. But feW
Wvore sold. Pr'ices ranged in the nicigh
borhood of $100 for ordinai'y animals.
-Mr'. J, A. Coleman had tihe miist'o'
tunno to got his thumb crushed a few
days since with ft maul. Tbci woutnd,
"having ecanght cold," gives him ek.
-Th'Ie boarding-house of find Crosby
Institute Is now boing rapidly pushed
to comnpltonm by the energotio con
tractor, Mr. Joe Crosby, When com
pleted, it promises to be one of the
haundsomest and most commodious
houses in the Corner.
--We chronicle the following lahY
removals: Mr. Leo Roberto from
Bllackstock to Mrs. Margaret ilalsoll's;
Mr. Isoixmrnklin to Mr. Josso V.
Castles's i A . JTylrt Mr.
David WeIr's; Mr. fleury Yarnadoro
from North Carolina to Mr. Joseph
-An inclinatidu toWahis faincy
pricos sbombd occasionally to display
itself in the estate sale of C. B. Price)
decoased; on the 19th ult. Whilst the
price of other efll'ots was reasonable,
corn sold as high as $1.16 per btshel
bacon, recontly hsaughtered, at iirteen
cents; fodder at $1.16 pdr hundred;
and a top-buggy, In use abolit one
year, I' $85:
-Mr. Elnore Boucy has roturtied,
after having spent some thii bn a tour
of inlspection amogist the fariers near
Covington, Ga., and Aikon, in this
State. lie reports bite working cla'ses
in Georgia 4% more quiet, politicallyi
than here; but, white and blfick, in thC
same financial straits. The negroes
seem Ynore systematic and uiderdbct
ter control. iHe was most favorably
impressed by the thrifly ajearlince (f
the "'evols" lying around and be
tween Aiken and Montmorenci. Aiken
is a favorite resort for Northern inva
lids. More thanl twenty boarding
houses 'iii filled with visitors. The
lands, a light clay subsoil, valued at
from $50 to $100 por ticrof are largely
devoted to fruit and vegetable raising
for hone and different markets. Every
where the high road to success seems
to be intelligence.
-It is not uncommon inl country
communities to fhid a decided want of
synipathy and co-operatioi in all )tb
lie eniteprises. A 'ousequence of this
is, that the people are not only de
priVtd of the benefits of dcvcloped
Institutions, but Vuriously burdened
by a surplus or ibn-producitig popillta
tiou. The folly of not uniting may
be illustrated with the following mioc
dote: There was oiec a certain mian
who wished a tailor to make him a
cap. laving bought what lie supposed
would be cloth ciotig, and deposited
It with the thilor, anld left, he began to
reflect onl the notorious dispos4tionl of
tailors to ''keep the reumnants." Fuil
ly inipressed with thw conviction thit
hie had deposited c10111 eniougl for two
caps instead of one; and that the tailor
would defraud him of the secoid, lie
returnied and ordered t we ; and so con
ttined the process util live had beeln
ordered. Wheni the Caps were fill
iahed, calling, he received them, Onte
from n'ach f1ltger-tip of ti tailor's
hanii. I it Most comntuities there is
only enough for one good cap. Shall
it be one for the head, or several for
-A true tonic imedicie, a hessing in
every household; is P1rown's iron Bitt m';. *
LAS'r APP1'A14.-Lcokintg to yot- own
lnt ierest is oneo of the first laws of nat ure.
Thewrefore haivingi. grate.d liberal iinduli
lgence' to miy cuIstomersi, they03 must5.no 't (coni
plain If they imnd, itfter 1thel It1 of Feblruni
ry, tiitir accouints in otheir handl~s for innw
date colectin w. ith coal~t. Out'ed~ in thme
wh'ien hill s comte due1, regardless of priices
beIng too lowvt sell cot.ton,1 or ration hills
and'bank deb i to paty Itst. Sio it, will bie
to /ptWr interest to conte anid set tie at ilete,
in ord1er that I may do(1 likewise. '/'hui' j.
rp TIE partnershlp heretofore existinig he
tween te undt~erslgnted, uier the
idyie of r"Tnla W1N'isnonto Puituis O
CoMtPANY,"' Is thIs day dissolved by intittal
T he businuess of the tirm wIll be settled
by Mlr. Juno. S. ]Reyniobis, who Is hierebly
authlorized t.0 rece!Vivitnl receipt for aihi
debhts dlruo bte coterin. A llj partios htav'ing
mnent, anid alilii paties inlehted Wvill mat~ke
immedt'(iate patymtenit to him i.
ifENh Y N. OREHA 1,
J-90. S. It HYNOI4IDS.
AMMGN EE'S SJA LE.
XY vrt-ue oif fth~ power't and authority
JI 'ovsted nl 211 nferedi'.topun te by. 'n
JDed of AssIgtnmett nt ae by Francia
Elder on thme 4th day of .Janutary, 12*12, 1
will offer for sale before bte Court. I louse
dloor in Winntsboro, ont thte first Monday itn
Febiruary n''iext betweent the legal hours of
faLie to thte bigitest hhler(', te fol lowinug
dlescribed lot of .land vj1.: All thatt lot or
parcel oif hmtd, designa edol1 as Lof. P, (oli a
plat of sutrvey of lands of Francis Elder,
situate, lyhng and1( beintg in the corporate
limits of hie townt of Witnnshoro, in the
Counity of Fairfiold and( Statte of Soth
TERnn MSoF S.\LE---CASH, T.'he Purcehaser
to pay for necessary. papetrs.
d. E. McD)ONA LD,
Jan 11-txtd1 Assigntec of F. Elder.
1P"UElI GOSIIEN BUTTElR.
141W BUJC1VtIIEAT FLOU1N.
tYfndon Layets, Loose Musenctels and1( Flinest
Goldent Risling, whtole and1( quarter boxes.
CITRION, CURRUANTS ftnd SPICES.
New Magnolias, Br'untswicks andi the
Tlongien Soutsed rig's Feet, Mackerel% Int
Prie of thte Sea, tt 51b tins, thd
flutest fih pit t up).
of all lutds.
Gallon Apples. The onlyf genuine Jos.
Plain andl lFancy
CAKES AND )CRAC1CERSK
COFFF.VS, SUIGARIS anid FL~OURS are
Vely low-got my pleles.
SPOKF%, RIMS AND HUBS.
Ini Iarntess of till kid.
Singl uggy Harness $9.50O up, worth $11.
The Lonhstilic '1Turning Plows are equtal to
anty, and mutch chteap~er. 1 have all sIzes,
RIED IRUST PRlOOF OATS, S.1XTY
J. II. CUMINGM.
-Call at the office of R. J. McCar'ley
&a Co., and1( leave votur order's for time
Moniarch Guatno-thto only Guano sold
in this mar~ket that gives perfect sais
RE)T THIllTY DAYS
NOT W ITIISTA NDING
Our customers may rest assured tha
we will not be undersold by anly othiF
house in town. Our motto has been,
and still is,- "QUCK. SALI6 AND
Wo ofi'r, for the NEXT TJIIRTY7
DAYS, gitcu bargains In
Latest Styles of TRIUMMNING UiAli
NOTIONS O ALL ElNDlS:
Owing to the ext reIIly warm wcat.h
cr, wh wVill sell all of our
GENTS' and YOUT]IS' CTOTII1NG
at the miost astonishingly low prices
We (10 not wish you to buy infless
fully suited, anid will refund the mooney
fo'raniy unsatisfactory perchase.
P. ILWDRCKE3 <' 13RO.
ti i ther nu in ' or the se~ason weC
GREATL'1Y REDU;CED PRICES!
WF YOU WAl\"
DRESS GOODS AND) SI'i'INOR.
We exhtibited a nico selecilon of these
goods this sesason an d sold mang~i~; st ill a few
pretty styles left, which we wishu to seoll at
ai low prieC. Comuo and see.
OLOARS, 20LMANG, $AO1CTS.
A few of eanch klind and real pretty
goods-will seoll these to close withlout a
UJNDERW EA 11.
These goods we bought nt2lMw prIes tropu
nmufacuturers. TIhe reinit of stockc
wvill now hoeoffered at a largo reductin
Nowv to the sen~sch to wraip wel and pt
v'ent colds ad pnleumiaitii. Weo are so
p:enerouis as to pirefer oumr customers to have
these~l goodsR rather thlani keep) tlihem ou rselves.
Ilave no anxiety about tic price.
CB llllg Bid flats
A re among tiin sfock wvhileh inost h(d fe
d1uced before spjring. Don't buy until our
We done't exet to handle It fof er, tind
'ill jIvo genui no b~argailns unutil ie toek
We invilte all to call andi examnine.
J. M. BEATY & CJO.
CANARIES FORL SALE.
SIX paIr still on hand for sale, and a
number of extra lhens, Price, $3.50 a
p air' or $3.00 for theo male and fifty cents
for thae female. Farties veishing in pur
chaise wvill please adden
South Carolina Railway Company.
ON and after November 12, 18.92i Passen.
ger Vains'ylll run at foljpws untill
TO AND FRtOM ellAIEW1ON.
Leave dolunbla at. .*8.00 a. Im. t(.f6.5 p. in.
Arrivo Charleston.. .12.67 p. in. 11.30) p. in.
Leave CIarleston.... t7.00 a. ni. 44.00 p. in.
A irve Cou latit . . .. 11.27 it. 11n. 10.05 p). mi.
Dally. *~daly exceptMuinday.
.TO AND FHOM CAMDEN.
Leatt Coh~ilnbla at. .*8.00 a. Im. *6.55 p. In.
Arlikto at Uinkimn. .. 1.07 j); in. 9.25 p. in.
Leavo Camden A... .*7.0 a. m. *4.46 0. i.
ArrIve at ColumbIa. .11.27 a. in. 10.o p. im.
*Daily except Sunlays.
TO AND itOM AUOUBTA.
Leay eolunibla ............... .20 . in.
Arrive Augusta................. 7.55 a. Im.
Leave Augusta... ..* .00 a. n. *4.20 p. in.
Arrivo Columbia . .08 p. in. 10.05 p. in.
*Daily except Siiunday.
Connections made at Cohimbid with dd.
luinbia and Greenville Italiroad bi traih
arrjving at 11.27 a. in., and departing ai
. ). ll. Connection iido it C.. U. & A.
.1 unctlon With Ciarlotte, Columbia and
Augusta Railroad b)y trait arriving at Co
inidb4a at 1.1.27 a. i1., and departing it ..55
1). in.,-to aid from all points on both ronds,
vith through Putillman Sleeper between
Chl eston and Washington, vIa r:giiIo
Mid lIiii rolte, vithout hliange. don nee..
(ioll iimade at Charleston with steamers for
New York on WedinesdaIys and Saturdays;
also, with Savaimah and Charleston Rail.
road tirtall points South.
Connections are mado at Auista wit-l
Georgia Itallroad and Central Isailroad to
and from all points West find South.
Th'rmilglh Tichnts enn im pu)t-clIaIsed to all
poiits South and West, by ap>lying to
Columbia, S. '.
D. .inN. 1. Pac, e(lneral NMaager.
D. C. ALuN, Gon. Pass. and Ticket Agent,
Charleston, S. C.
Charlotte, Columbia & Aunusta R. R.
COLUMBIA, S. C., November 5, 1882.
T 1IE Initial link in South Carolina in the
Richmond and Danyill system work
lnglto.and from Charlebton via the South
*No. 53. No. 17.
Ly. Augusta a.... 7.35 a. in; ............
A r. ('olutihli b. ..11 ::m a. il. 1v. 5.0o a. Im.
Ar. Winsbllrobl.. 1.13 p. m. 7.52 a. m.
A r. Chester ....2. t7 p. . 10.50 ta. Im.
A r. ( iharlotte d.. 1.13 p. in. 3. 15 p. m11.
Ar. Statesville c... 7.05 p. m11. ............
*No. 52. I No. 14.
LY. Stat.esville C... 8.010 It. I ............
lav. (.,lhamrlotte d. . 2.30 p. In. 5.22 a. ml.
I V. ;hiest er i ...... 4.2111. 1n. 9.25 a. am.
Lv. Winlsholro.... 5.33 p. Il. 1.22 p. in.
Iv. Coinkiblit b.. . 7.07 p. mi. A r. 3.50 p. III.
Ar..Auguaastu......11.15 p. m1i. ............
*D1aily. t )aily, exept Smulays.
Rallrwnt'i (or Washingm"tonm) tini fiftee.n
minu11tes ahlead of Wilnisboro tim,
a With all lines to aint from Savannah,
Florida and the South and Atlanmi, Maont
i1n1d the Sotothwe4t.
b With Souith.i Caroliia Ritlload to nnd
from Chaarleston by Nos. 12 iad 53 ant with
Col uimbia and (Grenvi ll I road.
r With (1lhester and Chlerav and Chester
Ind Lwenoir Railroads.
d With lielimond and Danville Rallroad
to aind from adli moits Norih, A t.latntle,
Tiennaessee anid (llo D)ivisIon andt Carolina
em WIith WI'estern North Catrol ina itaili-oatd
for Ashmeville, WIarm Springs and all poih
hit.M. SLAlf11TER, (G. P. A.
1). (CAnnwv.L, A. (. 1'. A.
G. 1R. TIA meOTT'i, Suiperintendenit.
'ITwelvoe Barrels Choien New Orleans;
Mola%ses Just Received.
Twventy-Lwo lIlundrca Pounds Choice
Flouti' f-omi Noel Nashtillo MiUs-.
iivo Ilarr~els flost Whito Widid ftmd
Ninio Casos Canmned Goods, assoitu.
Satisf'actioni guaranlteedI on every
Do'T liUY A WIACON UNTILi YOU REE UR.
II, will pay yen.
Ui L~Y~SR (. DFMIORTES.
i i pleased to Inform the publioi (lhat I
have on hiandd. full 1kw ojf
COFFIJNS, .ibURtA, ROilE~S,
E'tc., aml~ amt prepared1 to (10 anything in
tfNDkh TA KR 'S LINE.
We ask for a share of the patronmage'.
Jid M. ELLIOTT, 31R.
II~~second tctrm of this Ilattion wvll
commence on the 5th (day o'f Fchiruary, at
whtich time ro-orgailatlin of classes will
fake piac6. Thorongh lustruellon In all
decpartmients. Tullion a'nd board as low as
can lbo 6bfaliied In any first-class instltution
of thme klind. For furthie' lnfornmatlon, ad
MRS. MARY HI. MEANS,
Prinolpal, Wytlhinet Va.
M.rs. Means refers, b~y permIssIon, to ex.
Governor Hlagood and Prof. I. M. D~avis,
Columibla, Gen. John Bratton and Qol. J.
II. RIon, Winsoro.
EfO1Amsti SAD9.mS 1ok *'5, $4, $7 A~nD
$10. Kontueky Spring 54eat Saddies for
$16.- ULYt3SE G. DElSPOR TES.-I
- mtiil - =;I
}W ' have receitlly etnmenced businoika i t
YVJaies Turnor & (A., where will be for
STAPILE AND FA10
We sliit1l keep always On hand a varied sl
first-clas Grocery Storo, and our prices shall a
TO W AS TI-ll
In thaus presenting ouraclves before the pul
of their patronage, assuring thom of entire sat
J. H. 1A]
ARE VEIR Z9
I i AV E never had any liking for groat
:lopeIded ratler ripon selling goods at, such pri
draw nany new Ones.
I ,till Intend to adopt. the atiii plan, and I
every asse rtloi I ntiake. It Is Inpossible) to gIh
In store. Bnt I g injtu:
IElD1ONTI lGiNSIUN file best fi i
C(A LICOES at 5, 6 and 7 eits-the last
SIMMS, fh great variety and at pries to
(lnOTIl N(U of all syles and at all prices
My stock of
STAPLE AND PAN
.Vines, Liquors, etc., will he sold at correspont
pleas'ed to ahow miny good a.
Give tno a call at BEATY & BitO.'S OL
fIrT ilomethnijnt die place-Old Stand of I
grald Oplliig of
ATM. L. 1
0VEHCOATS IN ALL ST YLES. ME
G-le,NTS' IPURNISill3NG( GO(
ENrs' FINE ,SlOJE's, SOFT and STIFF
vWk' Whtenl yoil are ill tie cliv you are it
oICLOT11INU. All ortiers addressed to
"""'. .. L. K I
'the ~ fion al(ic)ipded holiday rush liaF
with its bmlid l fture ints dawneiid upoli
ane11avors to merit ini ture the very liba'
to rine the past year, by consulltingr at all I
take this opaportunlity of aninounicing that
FALL ANT) WiB
Will be sold at GREATLY RED)U
prijarationa for a morec ecnded
TRADE TIITAN I iERETroFORE.
Pla~nse call and examine. my~ Alock bef
priccs9 will coniviine y'ou thai, I mean *just
Thiank ing may frainds for their very 11
you all a happy and1( prosperous New ten
FT h ae jnst received the following
FruIt Butter, o
at retat blinco Meat, sontothuing nlco' E'
(horn Bdeft 'A
No Or-op Now Orleans Molasses.
f. F. McMA3.1~P ej GCOs
AN ORODINANON~i a.
!?n ft Ordained by the Intendant n'nd
ardens of thme Town of Wlznnsbuoro~l --
. onncil Ine t, *ad by tho authority of the
T1hat aA annual tax of TW1NxTY..yryn t
J)OLLAna he inpose~d uteim each TIologrh Ul
Jomnaany having an operaotor residen n'
SId lTown; and upon03 each Express (,om.n
fany havlig a resident 'oit In said Town; E
oud I3ponI each Livery Stal keeper' doing
malness in said TFown; and an annual @e
of TEN D)oIbAn8S for eaech PublieI(G yd
lng business in said1 Town uponthpy
mant of wvhich anms a Ileondh ibe
granted to sueh telegraph coi ~nee es,c.
press comnoes, lieystti lce Am sd
at le dr , o dobu .ono~ car.
1 ein tInthha 28tiadag O~e1* .
ber inthe year of our Lord oie thmousa
eht haindred and eigty tW u ~nder
Corporate heal of tlle 8(11TOwn.
* . CENThft, (Jk
bwe Upro formerly occutAed ly Messrd
nd a 1GW and tiDNlbtt stook (d
Ipply of ovbrythirig uily 1aept in i
Iways be foUmd as8
Aic, *jO.respectfully solicIt lifbtal Oaa
afaction; bbth as to tiuAility and pricem 0
ibEN & NRO.
'OH LOWN ER.
'blowing" In ndvertlseinents, but limd.
ei as to satisfy my old customers aund
feel aure that I cMti com10 full up ta
0 the prices of the numncrous goodsihalw
lie market, at 7 cents por yard.
Ilgure for the besL
DV GROC tSi9.
ingly low prices, and I shall always bd
iD STA ND1.
eaty & Jim.
Fall ai Wliier
'S VOUTiIS' al .BOYS' SUITr.
1). AND NECKW1VKA1It.
IIATS of Ull SIIADES and CoronS
avitcd to call and xatnine imy stoci
miy care will rdceivo prompt atten
NT A R1D, COLUMBIA, S. 0
a GRAND OTTAL IIOTEL.
YEAR TO ALL.
comti fnd kannO, and the New Yeat'
LS ; iand as I inatpnd( to usc mny utimost
ral pal ronajGe that hasi been extended
imnes theo intierests of mny citstomecrs, I
Lroni this (late mny prdauntr stock ofr
JED PICES, in oidei' to niakd
atic making v'ouir piirchaas s it mv*t'
vhat I proiso ini. (lis advertisinenit
boral Urid gratifyling faivor, I wvish
VE ilave itst rdoloyed a large itiid 1 i
uli asasortmnt of Chistas a and No
Also, a handsome lot of otheir gorki Mit
>lo for (Illit18TMA$ and N I(WYEARI
lOOKS t BOOKS I
411 kinds of iBooke snitable for Predefdst
se largest and most compiolo etook of
i have ever offered,
WVo would respectfully call the atten~it '
thmg Public'to thesG goods, and fOettkas
I ispection bofoi'6 purchmasing.
MoMASTERI, BRIIO'f! RIi~C11
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