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IUi.DA1Y, I obruary 13. s S L 18,
Sheriff's Sale--Jotin b. McCarley,
Cash Needed-oIas ei', Brico &
Read ip. . Unikon's ne adver.
Local Briete .
-Best quality 6f 'cott6u A .the mar.
let here brought 9j centi on Monday.
. -Wando Guano, Aaluda Guano,
Wando Acid, Wando Ash Element,
kfor sale by, Caldwell & Lauderdale. *
-Te hPatinetto 'Ycomansays: "Mis.s
Ollio Thoilson will teach dancing in
Winns.6ro s0on." We ladn't heard
this before. Will some of our young
'friends inform us if It be trao?
. -Buy the best-Wando Is the bes
guano; WanYo Acid Is the . highest
'grahle. For sale by CaIdwoll & Lander
-There will be an extra, meeting of
the Bachelors' Protective Union thA
aft obi at fvl 'O'clock, in the Town
'lall. Tlils will positively be the last
"opportunity for applica'tions fr iA
.rsII) th9 year.
--Tlie Georgetown Ttines made its
lappearanco on last Saturday as smilbig
ha evet'; We 'congratulate our con
Mra'til tour contemporary on its
poedy recuperation frbio ttie effects of
'he disastrgus Christinas &6, anA hope
'It nfty hot13e caled on for many years
to come to endure a similar disaster.
-The military commissioarnpow
cred to iomints a'oloiel for the Pa
mletto Regiment, met, on last Friday
night; ati itnijinted Capt. J. Q. Mar
shall by a vote of nine to six for Cap
tain Richbourg. The nomination was
afterwards made uuaill'inous. We
would like to hear from the Gordons
ont Tho stntiatTibt.
-The Bachelors had qttite a lively
meeting last week-strictly -a business
ineot.ing-bcng preparatory to their
anniversary, which will be on the ntight
of the first of March. MesArS. 0. W.
Buchanan, W. It. Doty and E. L. Wil
son Wee l inanimoflsy elected memn
bers of the Union. Mr. J. Ti. Harden
wa elected secretary and Mr. C. A.
Douglass prosecuting attorney.
-At a mass meeting of citi.ens of
Newberry, to take into consideration
tihe niatter of a fhie depArtment, last
Monday nihtal, a coimmittee Was p
pointed to see what could be raised, and
to ascertain the cost of an engine, etc.
Our neighbor has cert ainly' takeni a step
in the right direction. Newbecrry is a
lively, go-ahead plaice, and~ cunnuot
afl'ord to be wtithoitt an tinn
. RECEIVED ON CONSIGNMENT.--Irish
Potatoes, Cahhages, Onions aiht Ab~
jples, all of which will be sold cheap.
Call at oncea. Fresh Soda Biscuits and
Nic-Naecs. S. S. WOLFE. *
NONARnl tGUAxo.-All parties liv
ing near Blair's Crossinig or Strother's
Depot wishing to use the Monrche
Graffo; canI f~ct it irtm ellidr of these
points by applying to C. K. Rabb or
* R. J. McCanr.XY & Co.
To FAnxEns .-We heartily endorse
the observatioji of th'e .Press agd~ Ban
~acr, and feel Sure thdit it will do our
farmuer friends good to read and study
it tsayst I'W f6ei perf~ikycr
tain thait the farmer who raises his
Hiwn grain, molasses, potatoes and
pork at home can make nioney and get
rich At farming, but we do not believe
that any ib'in c~n make a living who
has to come to the stores twice a month
to buy coirti t t*ntty--five pei't'.ent.
-ahovo the cash price. Th'e manm ,who
does that imight, just as well give it uip
how as to surrendler later."
Mo~NcH GUANo.W o100o
hand One hund riT tonis of' Moanarch
(Guano anid tivetity-five tons of Acid
P'hosphdte. All parties wilshing l(o
use the b~est Guanto int the mnartidt will
do well to leave their ordei's at the
bificee of R. J. McCarley & Co.*
Cdoo STAnnMENT.--The followving
is the cosihparative cotton statement for
the wook ending February 9, 1883:
Net rdoeipts at all United States portti
iluring tlie webk 163,677; to h4Imo'time
inst year 86,744; total receipts to [huis
~inte 4,485,216; to Sanme date af'st fe'tar
1,822,286. Exp~orts foF tCiN eeen ff6,
824; same week last year 76,983; total
exports td this tato ff;284; to sam'd
date last y'eir 2455f$7. 'btonk at all
United States ports 928,678; same- time
last yoar' 1 ,118;6t1 ; stock at all inferior
towns I]40O,974saifne time last year 180,
548; stook At Lsiverpool 862,000;
saume tinmd tas6 Mir 655,000; stock
of Aimierican afloat for Great JBi'tain
275,00; sanie timo last year '23,000.
2'1YrE11 Il' .00t1d#.
Org~animation~ of theo Gran'l Juary -'Judge
Koraa's Ohargo--Tri ok Oriminalm
.The Coiirt of Genteral Sessions for
Fairfld coun~y. ofiened on Monday
finotning, is. .lolidr 4. B. Kershaw,
*Jiudgo bf tfid fifth ridichI orcuiti p're
siditig. The ratufd j'uyy were diuly
S~~orn', Anil Mr. U. CI. Trapp app'ointed
foreman'. Judlge Kecrsh aw then chtargcd
the grantd jury, substantially as fol
G3enticnten of the Gr'and Juiry : You
have beenm summtitoned fromt thte diflhr.
cut sections of the county, to serve als
grand1 jurors in this Court. You are
to serve for' oneo yoar, atnd It is proper'
that you shoutd-now r'eceive somoe gen
oral lnsttuctiotns. The office of the
grand~ jtuy is iii ipi)tanit one. No
1)erson cani be htudicted or' tried until
the m atter has been passedl upont 1y the
mine whethor thoro i probidle cnuso
to conclude that tiho.party..clarged kis
guilty. You are not'to try the parties,
out OInply to inqitre whether there is
probable causo to Tiold them to trial.
1h. addition to acting upon bills of
in(tkfont, you are to exercise'a Suier
visipn over all the officors andti all tho
interests of the county. You are M
'kcep a vigilant eye ol the conduct of
the public allilrs, so that Ay 'ialad
mnitiotration may be brought to the
at oWtfon . of the cou)t. Y6 ii hould
make an oxaminatiy of all the .publin
oices, so as to Iake a report ot their
condition- not a more perftiictoty or
pasual inspection.b'tt o1o that miay be
relied upon hy tho county, so that the
people may tel thlat they are properly
protected. The liublic officers control
lrge sums of Inoney and ifportatit
intorests are In their kceping. There
is no instance here of cor,rupt conduct
in office, but such instaticos occur cIsc
where, and We should be on 6mr guard.
Abuses may creep In, and, if not
.checked, they may grow into scrious
The grand jury have tIgeneral super
vision of all publie roads, tihe Iblic
buildings, the o0lces of the sherill, the
trial justices, .t,he Judg6 of Probate;
indeed All the puoblic oiees at-c proper
subjects of your Investigation. The
reports of the school comnissioner,
the county treasurer and the county
.cotnmissioners will be submitted f;'r
your examination. The duties of the
countv conunissioners arevery impor
tant, and you should examine carefully
into the manner In which those duties
are performed. These cominissioners
have inore power to contribdte to the
prosperity of the county, and at the
same Uimt more power to cause petty
troubles, than an other offici-'s except
N erhaps the trial justices. You will
oubtless find no irrekularities hdre,
but it is biovertheless your duty to
make proper Inquiry.
The condition of the public roads
should receive your attention. Though
the existence of railroads has dimin
ished the extent to which the use of
theso highways is necessarf, yet
they must be properly kept up. They
are sometimes neglected, but they are
very Iypportant. Those highways are
necessary to furnish comm iu nication
between man and man, w:.ich cannot
be furnished by the railroads. You
should give the matter your careful
Thb .grand jury may lIctsent any
violation ot the law by private ildi
viduals, that may come to their kinowl
edge-either as a body or as individ
uals. If you know of any olff'ices
which, for any reason, are not prose
cuted, You should bling the matter
forward in your jury i-oon, ald make
presentment accordingly. There are
CrALin offiences which it may scom
nobody's particular business to prose
cute, anl in which an indi idual will
not act utiless his partibilar interest be
involved. In su1ch cakes the grand
jury should take proper action. Some
limes mei of promiinec, or ia stroni
combinaion o iidividuals, act Inulaw~
fully. Ill such cases it. is necessary for
the tralld grand jury to act.
[tlis liOnor iext instructed the grind
jury as their duties in passing upon
bills of indictmnent, and thena proceed
ed as folows:]
TVhere is another matter, goutlemen,
which it is propepr that I shou~ld brinig
to. your attention, it has1 comei to be
cons~ideredi that a certain class of of
fences should not be subject to t~le
action of courts of justice. The coml
muanity-or a~1 poiloln of~ them-ini such
caises take the lawv ill their own hands(1.
Tisi is what wve call lynch law. The1Lre
is ai certaini class of' ofyences wiich, if
it were possible, without judicial in
quiry, to .ascerwtain the palty charged
to be guilty, there are many conlsiler
attionis to lead us to exclude from the
categ~oryV of crimnes wich~l should be
t~ricd and p~unishled through the modes
prev'ailing inl courts of jtstt. The of
fence0 for wvhich lymulh laid is usually
invoked is so heinous that men's Inlinds
are intl1amend with inidigniationjus
inidigniation, and1( they are likely to lenti~
at the conclusion that the partsv is real
ly guilty, and they proceed,' withont
wairranit of' law, to lake human ]ife.
Gentlemen, this is ali.meither wrong.
Tihie higher the grade of tile ottence,
the stron1ger' tihe presumlption of inno..
cence. There is ampil[le room1 for the
regu'Lahr indictmen~t and trial of parlt ics
mnay bg., The counkta Me fully organt
iweil; aiiid von have j udge's of your1 ownl
chloice. Our people ougtht to trust to
the regular operations of the lawv, inl
the courts, fo)1 the ptinlislhmen~t of
crime. TVhe time miay have beeni inl
(he past when crimlint'ls of thle vilest
bort were0 allowed to es1,1apO the peti
ailtvy(duc to their crimes, butt suchl is no(
longeri tile case, itf we on1ce tolerate
lynch law, it is impiossible tor us to telli
hiow far it may go. I havlie thought it,
necessary to inake these remrarks, be
cause it is comec to be too common a
thing for mleni to take the lawv ini their
ownI hands. I do' not think it neeces
sary to warni algaint this evil inl th1is
cosmuaunity'. But it is my dutly to say
as much as I have; It there arle anyl
such maeasures as I havO mientioned;
they tire usually directed aginist a par
ticular class o't crimes. But it is impos
sible to conifine such mneasures to anmy
linits. They will 1it extecud to (one
class of crimnes; thon to diiothlor; uniti
tile peopl6 miight orgtaize andl $ltlpor
aede thle courts, ando bring crizninals
to punlishmen~lt without jtidge or jury.
You will nw take the lills atil)
niltted by the solicitor, anid rdturn into0
court when you have reacheid a cotnclui
sion upon any one of thlemi.
Trhe grand jury roturnled a true bill
li1 the case of tiho State vs. John Wali
cott, colored, charged wIth grand lam
ceny. The trial proceeded at onIce,
Colonel Rtion representing the dfendlu
anit. The11 charge was that the accused
stoic a $20 bill from Mr. Charles Muh
ior last dOrtober. The 6videnlce was
liroly circums~ltanltial, the pr1isonerl
asserted Is Ilm1ocenmce, alIid ther~e wias
strong evidence of his good character
for maiafy years past. Thed july mriu
der'ed a verdict of "Not garity.''
Th State vs. Sainuel Iill, charged
with lhonuse-brea~king-M'o~ssr~s. Rags
(dat &. Ragsgdale Ifor thle defence.
The detondant pleaded'gliihty. 10
following casos: William Johnson01,
indiel ed'for carryinig aconcealed deadly
wepn;James Crockett, assault and1(
battery with intenit to kill ; D~aniol 11il1
and DavId 11111, bo0th for carryinlg conl
coated piatols. TIrue bills wvero found
against WV. U. Sykes, for murder, and
Robert Mitchell, for rape- Thle former
case has been set. t'or Th'lursday anmd
thc lait.er for Wednes'day.
IThe Court of General Sessions Wiil
IConlSuInoh a greater po tf then we2k.
fAnEI>D--Felbrua1ry 7U, 1883, at t.1.4
'esieo of the bride's futhe'r, Mr. Charles
Ifayes, by the Rev. Mr. Williams, Mr. J.
L. -Bnowx, of Kershaw county, S. C., to
Mieis L. A. IAYES, of Ridgeway, Fairfield
oonty, 19. o.
This 18 the season wheni exposure will
>'olice cold onl the stoaitch causing gri p
I ng ,alls, dyeltery, crallip colic, etc.
Norman'A Neuali'zing Cordi % %IIll coun
ternet all these troubles. It allays intxiat
iatUJon ar1sing from co1old aid resIMres the
buwels to the normal conditioi.
M516ro headaches arlso froin a disordered
stomach than any other cause. Uso Nor
man's Neutralizing Cordial to correct 'your
Stomach and you will not lie troll!ed wvith
this pahifll ualady whiolh Was becoile the
bane of -your e*Istence. Try a sinall bottle.
Gens. Anitrew Sracksonum, G. T. Beauregard
and J ubal A. Early.
The illitary chieftains abovo namned
were brought In strainge colitlt. ia few days
ago at New Orleans, Ln., on the 9th of
January, 188:1 when the 152d C rand
Mouthl Drawing of Tlio Loisiana State
Lttery took place, inmedlately alter the
an Iverlsary of the Battle of New Orleans,
known there as St.. Andrew .lackson's day,
111141 is observed ats at g'erleAl hollIlay. Genls.
Beauregard and Enary had (as they' always
do) tl-IItire 11uiagellmt. of the dTi Ibh-t
tioni of 62(65,500 in prizes, an(( iero Is what
they did with It: 'liiclet No. 10,451 sold for
$5 Alvin Kensler, of Odessa, La Favette
Count-y, Mo., dbrew *5,000. Ticket' No.
8,88tI dr0w $25,000-sold in fifthl (for $1
('ach)--one t5,000 to A ugusine 2 iioiez 9P
B1aromiuu st.; anothor $5,001) to F. Tag liaple.
tra,.L: Conti st., both of New O'rleans.
Ainong othel's, the third (alital prize of
$10 000, wsn by ticket No. 86, 01, sold in
fiftli in New York city. Tickets Nos.
22,280 and 70755, drawing each $6,00,0,
were soldil h1 -one toi to N. 13. Apple,
of Omnha' ebh.; one collected throughi tho
Union ana Planters Bank, of Menplils
Ten.; one to J. B. Ketehun., No, 6&,
Broadway, New York pity; one Ao if. E.
Stevens, of Titusville, Pa. Tickets Nos.
23,260 23,633, 39,950, 78,116, 113,072, each
drew $2,000, seattered over the country.
Next opportunity will be oil Tusday,
March 13th., of wfilch any one applying lo
M. A. Dauphin, Now Orleans, La., will be
LAsT AIllAL.-Looking to yduir. rwn
iterest Is one of the first la ws of ni-ure
'Iherefo re a)mving granted liberal indi
geIce to ImyV custogirs.they 11m4 ust t ot ent
plai it they tinid, aftl r the liith of Ftbru:
I, their accoults ill other hiandik fori imme
Wf/lih collectionl with vost1 added. InI thet
flfutr pa ymenit will limsitively b~e reqirei-d
when-1 hills cOmie due., r(ari:,f prices
bein!_ t oo low t o 9-11 6)ltoni, or ration hills
and bnik debts 10 1y first. So it' will beit
to your intetrest to en1t aind settle at onlce.
InI order tinit I may do likewise. Thii ii
my <& appeal I
A nmro Oppoiteniiiy.
On Ehruiary 6, 1,883, 1 sold ti Iny initer
est in the tirn of Blilimarn iros., Cliester,
S. C., to F. P. Milnillalh; also oil the sail
dat liy iitere'st. inl the firma of Milin:iallhl
& Ganisonl, Lli c r; '. C., lo Wml. Cun
SIn. The! buyer4 inl ench phre asuesal
liabilit.s and will co.llt all indebte1leess.
At this,. point, I will .:vll my1\ Stock inl hulik
to a cah bunyer. The busine. is v.ell es
taLiblished uli pays landmksil) , as an in
til furthier not ite myi stock wil1lbe solid at a
still greatetr reduct ion.
All parties iindebted to miet in tlis counity
will ltieaitm forwarid aind sttle t hel r
aimC~~ t$ ait onle alil save costs1.
SHEIF IF'S SALE.
Y) vir'tue of ani ex\ecut ion to me tdirect,
.1)1 will offer for a le, befcorethe oouirt
house door iin Wiiimihorio, S. C., 01n tile
FIRST MONDIAY IN MAlUCH NEXT,
withini th6 legal hours (If sale, to the high
est biitdder, .or' (CASI I, the following
describedl property, to-wit:
All that )Unce 1reel 01' tr'itet ouf land;
lying in.1Fairfield 'outy, Sot.dh Car'oliita,
aetir< shorei or les.s, atu bouinded by lands
of John I10aygood, 'lThos. J7'iorda andt other's
-i'leild upon as the pr1opert'ty (If Ezra
Enutziinger at, thle suit~o ~Tho Iis. Jordan,.
.JNO. D. McCARI.EYV
. Ohr f Oice. . F 'C.
Winnsborol, S. C.,
Februry 12, 1883.
'Thiose indtl ~~edt toi us arle reOp tt ted to
setI t' at ionce. WV.o haivi been patilent, 1 ut
forbearaiice soimet imiis t'ea.'st i' be aii vite.
M3CMtASTEIn, lHi1i1: & KI.'ren1N.
tines, t.o which thle attt 11ion of lihterested
parlties, d I thou1i(t rgar to aug', stx or pre
vlius cotilitIon, IS1 respeeI fully~ so(lleit ed.
MeMASTln, I icisi & KJ ln N.
FRE~SH GANDE~N SEEDS ANDl
We hlave' 1)h hande a lalrge stoc1k of Oar
denl SeeOd'; also scome Fithi Seied s a ndl
Floweri Seetdsi, friiin Hist,,I lindrth,
Sibldey, i lrry, ( rosmanhi an Reed hct. So all
M('.\f ASTu, Bidcn & K ETeIllN
We call thei attenition11 of merodlais and1(
othiers to our large stock (If wrappIlugl pa
PCIr, (onsistin g of White Newsi ,aper,
Man 11la, Graty. Wrapping anid Strai# 1'aper1,
and Paper Mags. . .
We sugest that If mnerchianta can b
theose hrt pes fromlius as low a~s from abr'oa,
freIght ad led1 t will be ftn advantagto to
retahli withini tfltowni thle small comnlf sIon801
char'ged ratliher than pay it to strangers.
MCMfAwTEI, ]Iic i; & KEjrilliN.
COR DIA L.
A 81RE and o1Tcetun. Remedy for the onre of
An i~rregiaulriti nd ii,iders of the stom-ts
(Itch andlowhwe her inudrno dl
off , i ttctpiil to t Stomach without beliug
P'romptly reniovling Dy1sentery. Diarrhoca, Chiol
hira 1,torbuq, enolra Infantumi,
Flux, (Iriiin g insu,, 1:latulency,
Nauisea. Ackty of th,, stoimachm,
He.arthurou, sick and Nervous
Hetadach~o and 3)y~pepc fa. .bay
beo iused in ail deran mlleii~l of
t holtomachul and liowoit fr~omn rcliaatil of the
intestines or a chlange of food or water.
N E UT RA LIZI N COR DIAL
Is as pleasant anti harmniess as Illackt
berry '.Vtzn. Does not conitain Opium
andI will not conlstip ate. Specially recom-.
mendtet for Sohuickn~oss ant Toothing
O. Price 25c. and $Stco per bottle.
Boltl b'y a ll pru lin a inel Denaera in Medifcine.
IXOlLBIOR OITEMIOAL 00O,
Waih alla, S. C. U.S8. A.
-Th'Ie best, pav ig ti only r'eliabIe
C nniim.--- Ihe Also11 ihierd, 1( ah I . iT'
II R Elenniken
Ag al h's received 'another lot of fino
From tio highe1 t Wraeis 'to good
Ordinltry. Every s/iIk wa'Irnted.
A lot 6f the oicest
OLD OVERNMNNT AVA.
T3EST STEE1L PLO W18-A'LL SIZES.
H amie Stringh,
Rock Salt for Stock.
A lot of-Ull'OCE0 IT AN1'S.
A. N N 0 U N C. I E N T!
I have h6v lI1 atock a full line of
Farminug Implements, such li
1 Plows, Trace Clainls, Cievices.
Shovels, Breast Chains, Heel Screivs.
Bpades, .Back Bnds, Lap Rings.
Swedes Iron, Griudstones, Axos.
Ferguson & BounL's Iron 1Foot Plow
SEED 1R)S} )0T ' 'OIS AND
GA R1EN SEEDS.
Ny SLLck of diP0CERIIES will A1.
ways b6 kept up with nothiif bint
F' IST-CLASS GOODS.
A largo lot of FINE F'LOU It, bought
bef'ore the recent advance, cheap by
the barrel. Freshl supplyO 01' "Snow
ONLY.CAS1H TiHA DE SOIJCITED.
Ri1. M. IIUEY.
xainSAm'h.:s Fonl Sr,, ei, $7 aAN)
SI I. K<~iency Spriing Seat Saddles for
$1;. U LYSS E G. D)ESPORT'ES.
----OU R-- -
IDuring the remainder of the seai wye
will sell onl' winter stock at
G4REATLY REMUCFED PR ICES!
IF YOU WVANT1
DRESS G~OODS AND) 80ITING8.
We' exhibited a1 nic( setlctiont of the(se
goodls this sealson anid sold many; siI' au few
p ty st yles left, which we wisit to sell1 at
at or)V pri'. Com'e um an see.
OLOAES, '00LMANS, JAOKETS.
A fewv of eachi kind and real pretfty
gfoods--will sell1 thtese to~ close withnnt, a
Thease goods woh ought nitlow p)riccijPon
mannfac~iat,urers. Th'le remtnamt of mloek
will inow be offered at a hairge reduetlon.
Nos ithe se~asont to wrap welcl and pr
vent (oh1S., and1 pnIe'uonia. WeC are so
generon5 as to prefer .our (ustometrs to haave
these g.o xis r ill her thani knot, then'h ouarselves.
Ihinve no antxety albut the pdele.
A re anie~ the st eek whlch nt he .re
Wo dlon't etxp et to hanl Ic t lottfger,' A~d
will Igive genin btargalins unatil th tc wk
We ln~lf e all to call ait examine.
J. A. I)1ATYrt & (CO.
D~o:2' nov A WAGooN UNTIL. YOU SENN US.
It will pay you.
U LYSSE Q. UlePORITES.
ALL~ persons Indebted to the estate ol
Atht Akent, de3ceased, willl miake
paymnent, ando all pieirons laving claimI
againnst saId estate will piresenlt tl.em, prop-)
erny at Itested'., to t lie iamdersigned.
M IA ItA li'lT .1. A I T(EN,
'ONE MAN'S CASH AS
A9 ANOTHER N AT
Ladlan & Bates'
SOUTHERN M U S C HOUSE.
Only llouse IiI America Sellink
PANOS & ORGANS
Oi Tlhe One Price System.
ONE UNIVOR 1 P.1ICE to ALTr, AND
THAT TRIE LOWEST RNOW N,
The tistial syst'ein of .elling Planos and
Orgats is for lte deAler to charge any price
Ie can get for then Vithout regard *ol) eith
eri a fair profit or the euhtnerV' interest.
But we are protid to say that this has neocr
been our' method of selling.
For 11ti benefit of purcbasers Mikd to se
einie them the ftil value of tIheir nlioqt\y, we
estnt)ilished it the outset of our busfiess,
twvelve yjears sice,
T1[M ONE .1)rCE SYSTrM,
tibil to tlils we attribute our hImense and
prosperous trade. Selling on this squaro
b1a1s, renidka's it itmperative that the price
le the very lowest one that can be giVeIJ.
We are pledged to this. We alwasfts irli
donc lttuid we always will do It.. -'It's o'r
erecid and our-praoetk. No oth* liano and
Organ House deals on this principle.
Our prices, Ill plain fig ures, are placed on
every' instrumtent. A chikt can buy as iow'
as the :iarpest trader. All other 1ouses
have "high prices and give discount'."
The "0m Price" systemu saves time in
tradhiig,. ald Is the only satisfactory way to
buyer amnd selle; for, on tihe tll price
aid dIscount system, euve.u though lie cus.
touter buys, lie Is not sure tit If has bot
ADYibCI '_O PTANO AND
O1GAJN I U'ERS.
11y quiick. W~bv'? 1'ieetuse' an aivanmce
inl-, price is aliost ci'rinibl. llatios and
OLiganis are on a bootm. The delnald 'ex
cc.-ds the supply. All the factories are h.)1
hind (orders. .mi-ajers wi-th easji ki . hant
atintot get itls itteiits i't athn'td .\\ Vita d.
Prives 0c titril and lt h art. advaning.
''. prsent low prices of I'lanos antd Or
gans etuttm nnoitinneo, aI will not, again
rule inthe niext teu years. .''ose,' wito luy
now il I s.v moley. Large 111co laets jist
Imatde l with iinianulact.hrers will eialble us to
!ynaratie present priew mnail Januairy i,
JA'.5. After that, we eunn pronise nothing.
Delays are daigerous. 'Mainililicent stock
now otn hand. 'en Grand M1aers. Ov()er
200 diifleelnt styles now in our wareroomts.
AEIlryit Pianoi $210. Hle'aubJut Oryas
$0. Easiest Instalment Terms. Sent, on
trial. I'u'ery inducem~ent that any recspon
.vible I louse canm offer. Comnpetitioin wvithi
the worl. D on't fail to sentd for our Cata
lo~gue~s utel fail L'rice Lists, 1882.
Ludden .& Bates'
S A VAN NA H, G A.
Thme Groat, I'1a'io and Organ Deopot of liio South.
Soutit Citolinf t MI 1 y Comlny.'i
() N anid after November 12, 182, 1'assent
get' Tlraits4 will run as folows until
furtheir not lg
T1o ANtD 1tiOM e H[ARlt ~o.
Leave Columbia at.. *8.00 a. mi. tt6.f5 p. mn.
Arri'e Chtari'sot . . . 12.57' p. En. 11.3i0 p. in.,
Leave Chmarlest on... . .17.O0 n. ni. A10 p. mn.
A rivel(. %olinia . . . .11.27 a. m. 10.05 p.m.
TO AM* F/tO1 CAM DEN.
L~eav'e Cohnnbhia at..*8.00 a. m. *6.~55 p. mn.
Arrivec at Cannien. .. 1.07 p. m. 9.25 p. im.
Leave' Camtdeni ii. . .*7.00 a. mn. *4.45 p. m.
At'rrive at Coeluitlhia. .11.27 a. mn. 10.05 p. in.
*Dily eixcepjt Sundays..
T1O( AND I) " M AUOUsTA.
UeOdiN ColdmiW............2 0p. m.
Arrive Autgustau................7.55 a. m.
L eatve Anugustfn ...*7.')0 N.'y *4.20 p.'N
A rriive Coliithu nn. . . . 4.08 p. itn. 10.05 p. mt.
*Daily e xcept Sunday.
C'onnctionts made att Columbia wilth Co
Ilumblia atnd Grteenvihlle aIhriroad byv train
artiying at 11.27 a. mu., and dep' ar'1ing tt
6'.55 p. 1it. Connec'tion mtade at.C., C. & A.
.Ji'laet withI (Gharlotte, (Xohunbhla and
Augusta ia.ilroad~t byv Ithi arrivuing at Co
lumtbla at 11i.27 a. ii.,* anid depar'tintg at (.15
p. mt., to antd frtomi tall potits ott bot roadis,
wvithi thtrough ' P nm Stleper between
Chuatlestotin and Washington; vid1 V'lrgInn'.
lfidlando '~11.; r ~:1th~nt (chanige. Connuee..
dion mtadle at Chanrle'ston with steame'rs for
New York on Wednesdays and Silt~up y;~
also, wvith Suaannah andt~ CharleToni lta ii
road t~oaljpoud'ts Smith.
Connegio ~u iamade at Augne~ta with
deogiaItilrad~nd.Centirgl I it'droatb to
andt fromt dl! p)ints WYest; an< Boitlb.
l'Trough Tjeckets enni be purchaised( to all
points South anid West, byV ptlyitg~t
1)X McQtfE Ila .'Agenmt;
*. . .JOI'N. 11. P'meK', (eneral Managfer.
D. C. Ax LEN, Gen. Pas.uiVTji4 t'f ct,
AND FEED STXBLES.
HORSES, MARES AND MULES.
TW~ENTVY-TWO head of fat Kaeitai-ky
multes just arrived in ridditlona toJ stock on~
htand. . Broke and'4 untbroke mules . frm'ii
three to as years old. I also have .jover'ai
g ood palirs of htorses andto some4 flute comi
bined horses, w~ellI gaited and fine dlrivers,
antd s~omei good mtar'es anid a lot of plug
mules,'wth eh 1 wvill neil ltheap fOT CASIT,
or on timo until next fall, by pernson' iiak
liig ma satisfactory pap ers, either by wholo
sale 01' reta il. Greatl inducemomts offered
t'o cash buyers. 1 deofy comipetton.
I will clost out my winter
It RED UCED PRICES
large stock of
MCn', BoYs' ahd Ybuths'
It goo'd 1xrgains. Be sure to c
ARE VERY Mil
LTAVE Inever had an'.lijctag Mir groat
qlyin.e rather 9on selling g)o(ds at such j
, , I still intenid to adopt th' 8a',10 and
very assrt Im 1 inake. It, 1i111pOSSAtk to g
n1 s'tou. But I got:
DI'MONT IlOMESPUN, the best Iin
CA LICOES at 5, I ani 7 cents-the las
I11OES, l rreat variety and at prices I
CLOTINN' of all sylu aind at all irle
ij stoCr of
STAPLE AND I.Ab
Vines, Liquors, lte., will be sold at coreapo
1, ve luo a ceall at'" O.'S 0
17* Rcm4mnher the place-Okl StbIid of
IlTEloIive recetly Col)IoenIed bIsinb-es Iin
Janes Tiurner & Cu., where will bo t
NTAPILE AND FAli
. Weushall-keep alvays on hiuid a vaiTed
irst- clas Grocery Slore; and our pi'Les shall
Lo W .AJs T
in Luh, presenting uduirselves before I h pi
if the.r liatrounage, assirinlig them of entire sa
J. H. HA
A HAITY NEW
The lomn anticipated h'ofl4lay Eni i
with Iits ~hd.)in ture hasi daivngd upon01
mIdealvors to) nIeCit it) fisture the Very lilj
o te the m tsi year, by conuhulting at all
atke tiz i portunity of annuuounin g thne
FALL AND WI
WVill be sold at GREATLY RtEI)
>reparatioun for a more extended
Ta )E TI IAN 11E~RETOFORE.
- Neaso calf ani ekamninn niy Atock bn
>r'ices wiull conIylnox von thatt I meanlI jusl
'IThanklnu~niy lfrinds for their veu'y
'oni all a happy and prosper-ois N6W Ye
Fresh Qroceries I
B'RESIT GGOSi EN IJT''I1t
NEW JIUCKWII EAT FLOURI.
brindon LaIvers, Loose Mnisentels and Finest
'iolen RIafsinsi, wvholo and1( jmarter boxes.
D[rTRON, CURRtANTiS anid SPICE8.
biciv Magnolias;- -Ilrinsiiks aind -the
., . J(TMBO flAMs;
ogneR, Souseod Pig's Feet, Mackerel, hn
all sizes' and1( (inantitles,.auid .Juinfgs
Pride of the Seal, in 51b. tina, the
linest fish put upj.
of all kinds.
(lallon Apples.: The only genino ,Jos
Xlaln and Fancy
CAKES AND~ CRACKERS.
DOFFEES, SUGARS and PTLOUR8Sf0r
very low-get niy prices.
SPOKES, RIMS AND HUBS'8.
In Harness of all kinds,. -
llngle uggy Hlarness 69.'50 upi, worth $11.
Th'le Louis8ville, Tnrning Plows are equal to
anty, and( mnch cheaper. I have all slzes;
[tEl) RUST' PROOF OATS, SIXTY
CROSBY M1LIT ARY INSTITUTE.
D, B. BUSBY, A. M;, PRI0OPAL.
SE AS8TBE . 0ILLIs 8. 0
OrnNi Dudama't Ar $37 a iOI $11, AT
I Wl.M LE (. D)E'3t'Ol'TE.
stock of CLOTHINT
int order to make room for
Suits. Fib line 'of Over'coat
NTICAL, COLUMBI.A, B. C.
"blO'log"in advertlse'ments, but, have
rIces as to satisfy my old customers an
I feel sure that I. can. come .ul *lli i
Noc the prices of the numerousgoods I ave
the market, at 7 cents per yard'.
t =igure for tih best..
1aag oi 6 wprlce, Eid shall 'always b
Beaty & Bro.
the store former'l 'o ed by eesrs
iund a now aid completo stoek il
supPly of -yrthing usiially kcpt tu a
aays be oUaS
ibile, we rspetfumlly sollelt.a Itheral shar0
tisfuclon, both as to quality and prkces of
RDEN & BRO.
YEAR TO AL
is comeO an1(1 gone, nnd the0 New 'sear
us; andH~ as I.in~tend t~o dseirmy utmos~
cral pat ronmage thaimt has 1)ech exteunde
timecs thme intmerests of my. customecrs,L
froin tlits data' iiy jrescut stock of
JCED PRICES; iii ord'er to mnak
~foo iniing yo1r inteie as my
whtat I p~routes ini is advertise mueit
Ibe3ral and .gratifyimg L'dUons, J. wishl
IliaSr jts recede 6~m fo 'vin4
Fresh and Choice Goolis:
-i roi ) Ince Met; Soinctldng nioe
kew Sto NecA rlis'Molassoe.
*T. F. M6IdAS1'.hf 4 Ca;
Qatire stock .) :~Aeuies at cost, for cash onL
Sugara of. all Grndes.
offeedi, Green and Parched.,
FlogIera of all (Grade.
Na~eceral in kits 'qitarter aind half,. barrels.
JBacon and , -ad.
Greui~ .Black and OGunpowder 'Teas.
Canned (.iwds and Spbces.
New Orleans Mom mises and lyrupu.
1Ri0e, Meal tvd (Irist.
Onioh.Seta and Gardon eils.
I is' Potatoca, OnIons Peas and Beans.
Ourstoek~ of G'roceries Is completq. N
is the tin for housekeepors to comofl ain
Iay in their supplica at. Low FiOUREss.
A. S. WOLsF.BJr