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rAUAsDAY* sbi-nu IN, : : 1SN.
Notico-4. . ilarvey, Charaim.
1lcork's Salo-W. H. Kerr, Q. C. P;
Masonic Meeting--Geo. D. MCants
I .oeNL Briofns. .,,
.-The best farnidlli Fairetld iotmnt?
itses the Navasid Guano. For sale by
LyT . 't$Wa;ll t6 eit
-Wando Guan; iuda Guano;
Wando Acid, Wandd Ash Elenient,
for sale by C4d 'ell & Lauderdale. *
-AtA iiistifl y large nitirbbr of
-bonmercial tourists have vrisitbd ohr
town di'ing the past fow weeks.
--Tlid Poople hre Ili attoidAnce fit
bourt hi liarg numbors; tio hotels are
browded iud utiabld to furifall all
-Buy [tic best-Wando is the oes
uapo; oVando Acid Is .0he highest
grade. rdgale by Cilol & Lauder
-If Mai'k T'swahi .I*Ks round here
inuch Ie would doubtless bq .tempted
-to write an cssay to match hld "Now
-At a ineeting of the Bachdoii's'
Protectivo Union on the 16th Just.,
5fessrs. G. W. Ragsdale And D. J.
Nau tley were unanimously elected
- The Town Council will confer no
email favor by taking steps to clar tlie
X l)ostoffice of that exceptionally worth
less gang, who congregate there at the
time of opening the ,pails for the
bpecial purpose of plantfi'i themselves
! in the way of those who have business
thetb. We see all the elemonts of a
public nuisance in it, and Invite atten
-If loud complalnth afford any in
ftications, the grain crop in this section
of the State w1i1l be poor itideed com
pvared with the crop of last yea.
Fartmers, during the fall and winter
a.inonths, have been prevented from
t-sowilng,.owing to the excessive amount
of rain; and what little has been sown
gives evidence of having~ rotted in the
ground. We earnestly 10j)6' that every
eiort will be made to sow as largely
dluiri fig the linconiiing sPring its cironmin
stances will permit. Thod im'portance
bf the oats and wheat crop cannot be
P MONARCH GUA1No.-A1l pfdieC flv
ing near Blair's Ctossing or Strother's
Depot wishing to use the Moniarch
tinano, can get it 66n either of theen
poinits by applying to C. K. Rabb Or
It: f.. MCAniEY & CO.
'H E 0RCUIT COUld'.
Continuation of t1io Trial of Criminal Cases
-Tho Caso of Thonug Boulwaro, Chmark'ed
with the Murder of his Brother.
The~j following is a synopsis of the
b ases (vied in thme Court of General
Sessions since our la'st t'cport
'The State-against David A, Craw
~ord charged with assault peni battery
6f a high and aggravated naturo-Col
U nel Rion for the defene. The de
-4-tndant was charged wivth aLs~auml'ting
u ad striking Mr. J. Clendiing in
L-Winnsboro on the 1st of .January. The
S.ury rendered a verdict of "Guilty."
4 The State vs. Washington inidsay,
oh~larged with asailt and better-y ivith
intent to kill, and with carrying t il
ceatled deadly wcalsn-Messrs. Mc
SDonald $ Douglass for thg defendant.
IThe juiry, found him guilty of the
acscond harge, and not guilty of the
On Wecdnesday morning the Court
proc'ded to th'e trial of the case of
the State vs. Thomas BouIlware, col'
o red, charged with the murdler of' his
brother; Andrew Boulware. Messrs.
*McDoniald & D~ouglass apmpeai'ed' fot'
the defence. After several liromotory
d hallenges, tho following jnuiy was
~impanmelled: J. M. Stewart (fore
WnSimpson, R aeBie lc
Ihlopkinis (colored), Adolphus White
nier, Lloyd A. D)avis, Chesley' G. Boul
ware, Tihiomas~ ).- Robertson, James
SR. Sloan, John'P Jones..
The jury having' beu charged in the
mned, as follows i
Francis Boulwvare, cOoo-ed,- swern:
Andlrew Botuiware, my husband,- 16
dead-lie was killed. 'Fhomas Bohi
vare', o1t hligon theO 12thm of Deceiii
Ber',* 1g82, ini .Firlinl count y. lie died
dh the 18th~ l'D'(cembdi. Th'omd4Bol
waroe,Ne'ely Boutiware, the deceasedl and
I had been to town, and were on ouri
wvay home. At Jacksoi's Ordek, An
drew Boulwalo'asked us to~di oul, be
vauto it wna'a'ndghit lbng hill.' AMl got
-out hiht Nedly. I asked her to stay and
hold the bundles. Anidiew was walk
ing up the hill. Ife said, "I told youl
al~ get out, I havd' thocso horses to
ib.,Thomas Boulware said, '"Got
out of' the wangon-doni't vont hear
ilhni tell yoti to get old"?" Thomas
asked where Andrew was. Thomas
was bdhlnV the wamgoin; ho walked
Youid to where Audi'ew was. Thomas
and Aidl'ew got into bolts. I don't
kcnowv which got hold( fhi'Af. Both said
to 'mtdt'n niu'loose". Thbinas saidl,
"If f9out dbin't turn~ mad'loose, I'll-make
you' . I hoard no bhowv' befor'e An
driew called inc. I; wvas about seveni
feet from them. None of thoem wa~s
d (own-there had been no conisidlerable
struiggle. I went to Andr'ew; lie said,
'tTommidlhas cut my enti'ails out". I
tied my scarf' around him. Andrliew
had no weapon. T1homias Boulwvare
star'tedl up the hill. I asked im to get
i-ti some fire, ieo went and got it.
When I got flhe fire niade, Mr. N. C.
Barber came upnt. Th'iey carried An
dr'ew to Nelson Gohis's house, apicco
tip thme roadl. Sent for Dr'. Ilanahuan.
Andr'ew died oni the evening of the
X. Andrew was drifvlng with lines,
sitting on the mule. 1He got out at the
foot of time hill. He told them to get
dut, juist as we had crossed tihe creek.
Wiuhin Andrew saw Neoly in the .wagonu
he~ said, "I told youl all to get ouit".
Fie eve'ythilng. It was Very dark.
Andrew s4d ils horon were not.able
to pull us aI up the hill. lie 'said lils
after .h told .u.i to got oa.ti. Thomas
said, "Hdney Ietit of that wagon,
by God". An'dre* 'was at the mules,
with tho. 41iies in his hand. Thomas
iid Andi'ew met at the end of tWe
ivagon. Aidrw sold he wanted Thomas
to recollect lie was a man too. 11o yhis
pomewhat larger than Toin' 116 Oas
crippled In his' foot--couldiI't *alk
well. Tlibro ivero kullios ot.eachi side
of the road. Ton told Andrew to lot
him loose. Tom said, "if y6th don't
Jet me loose, I'll fiinko you (10 t". *WO
never got..Uien partdd till -afbor the
fuss. I ievor hoard any blows. Could
not see the position of the two-don't
know which one was on the upper side
of th'e hill. It was not long at' r.thcy
were in bolts before Andrw 'ts cut.
'i'lore was a jug of wlikby in tho
Nvdgon, but nobidy diank from it.
The defondant and (lie deceased were
X. C. Barber, sworn: Coming up
-the hill, Francis balled tiic, and told
euo Ton had -ut Andy. Andy said
Tom had cut him for nothing. 'I told
Tom to give me his knife-which lio
did. Tom said ho liad cut Andy, to
get loose. AIdy was then carric'd up
to Nelsbi Goins's house. ie was cut
in the holly, and his entrails were out.
This in the .kuife I got from Thomas.
I vas present when ~personis w61re ask
ilg Andy how the fuss happeiied.
Dr. It. B. Jianahan, sworn: I vis
ited Andrew Boulware 61 tlio 13th
December last.. I fdtind his Antestines
protruding. I r-0eilaend the intes
tines, and the woumi was iTv(aied, 4'h
the abdoimen-severing the dbdoninal
wall. It was two inches in lengt-h
no Was in ,a dying condition when I
saw bin. I gave Win chloroform. I
was satisfied he would die. The wound
in the abdomen caused his death. Ho
had out on left humnerus-skin wothid,
and a. cut onl ring finger of left hand;
caused by a knife being drawn through
X. In general terms, I would say
that if the deceaed had receivod
)rom t surgical attention, it would
have bcal possible For him to recover.
XX. Under very favorable circumn
stances, it might have been possible
for him to rocover.
. Isaac Caldwell, colored, sworn: I
knew deceased. Was with hill at
midnkight after he Was cut.. He said,
"I never expect. to get up--iny brother
cut mle too bad". lIe said his l-other
cut him unbeknown to dm, and he
. would never get over it.
X. Charlic Green was present, also
Lee Caldwull and Iowis Cantey.
N. C. Barber, recalled I Oi the 18th
I)cceimber, deceased said his brother
cut hiim unbeknown to him, and cut
him for nothing. lie said to let the
law take its course.
Nelson Goings, colored, sworn: On
the day that Andy died, I. was putting
brick arouid hin. He says, "Am I
*cut very had ?" Then he said, "I
didn't hit Tom a lick. lie cut ie un
beknown to me."
X. Wesley Gaines and Charles
Green were presenit ai the tinirc of this
Wesley Gaines, colored, sworn: On
the day that Andrew Boulware died,
lie Wivs Calking, aiid N6Ison. told Wlim
lhe thnoug'ht lhe woeuld. gt bretter.
[Oni this~ witniess's evidenice, thre tes
timony of Nelson Geinesq was ruled
out-d~n the ground that ?t did iiot give
a dying declaration.]
Tlhe State here r'ested.
Th omas .Boul wair~, the diefemndan t,
sworn: After we got to thre hill, we
got out of (lie wagon. Ncecly stayed ini.
Andy saidl, "I want you to get out."
[ said, "Honey, get out of the wvagon".
I was scotelung thre 1vagim going
up the hill. Ie dr'opped his
lines and grabbed mne in the collar. I
said "Lot mre go", and then he grabbed
me with his other hand. I caught the
wheel, and then lie jerked me away,
and chokod me till I throwed up.
Then he snatched me and jerked mc.
I told him'W to let me go. My wife
brolic us loooso; aind stood bntwedn
us. lie said I want you to understand
I am a nmn. I walkedl off, he grabbed
menr, And 1 r'at ;, then' he si ~ppeutI~
-and 1 (lodged his licle. I said, "Let
mc go-if' you don't let me go I'll marke
you". TIhen lie knocked me dowyn.
Hewa irinig cyer mec. When I
crawledl or' lie grabbed me and choked
mc. I said, "Let inc go". lie struck
me twic on the head, amnd I holecred,
Oh I hl. He had me on my knees
hioldinig mnc by my neck. 1:10 was
staniding above me on the hill. I said,
-"Let mc loose, or I'll make you do0 it."
Hie said, "I'di like to see .you do it".
I reached upl and cut at him twice.I
ran from the wargon- about fifteen
yards. Hie was on thb upper side o'f
the hill. Andrew wa~s a larger rman
than 1' am'. I have only oe sound
aria. Tbc Jeft has been brwkein. HeI
was taller anrd stouter than I am.' He
was a ver~y stout minu.
X. We word in bolts t~wice-once at'
the hind' wheel of the wagon, and
again about fifteen yards fi'om it, down
thec lill towards innmsboro-towards
the creek. I thro~ved up twice,I
found the wagon vwhip oh' the hrames
wvhen Iwent to take tire fruiles' dut.
When hre attacked me tire second thnie
I hollered out loud. I used'to restle,'
but do not now. Have wrestled since
my arm was broken in 1873. I- ant
twent'y ycars old.
XX. Anidrew walked, after he was
cut, up to the mules.
N. C. harber, called for defence: I
found Arndrew ling by the side of' the
wagon, pretty dlto to it, on the left
Neely Bouluede, dedorcd, swvorn: I
am the wife of Thomas Uioulware.
Andy told us,'at the branch, to1 get
otit. I stayed in'. Tomu told me to get
out.' Andy just camne back auld-ollar
ed hrimr. Tiomr' Was stanidhig sorter
back ot' the wagoit'. Tom told hint'. to
got off. Andy said lie wouldn't get'off
211 Ire wvas ready-ie was a man.I
tried to part them-heard blows-got
theom separated.. Andy said Tioin saidt
he hamd cheated hlhi'ourt of his labor.
Andy went back to Tom.' Thne road
was a littcle steep, with a gully on one
side. I pushed( T1omi doivu thol lill,
and .Andly folhowved. Tonm'said, "Lbosor
me, or .i'll make you". Tiomu was'
dlownr on his knees liko. About two
trm ites after this Tom cut bun.
Randall Browvn, c'olot5d, swor'n: I
knowv thme place wvhere dliflihulty occur
med. I don't know exactly whiero It
occurrned. I heard rho'ing. iHeamrd
a man say "Let rme go" tliree or for'r
times. Tihcn I heard a womanrscream
X. Don't know wagons liassedl the
place thaut, night. I was ini' i hetiso.
I have very little ide~a of the time.'
Charles 'Greeni, coio4d-g s~vorn: I
live' in Fairfild. Anrdi'w Boulivare
was a considerably stouteo" man' than
Thromas. I know the place wherb the
diticulIty ocurred-sauw It thle inon
ing after the (difliculty. I saw blood
amid sins of moun-_.men some mun
had faII I waeid 'to wlere it seem
ed tle wgon had stopped, anid saw
Andrew'sliq rk'-a twisted foot. It
ecoindd like h0 turned tiomii the waftron,
and tpped two stops-segmod ~like
some one had got Ili a scu110. Four
steps from whore they entang4i1 I saw
, ood. Looked a it one was going
backwards. The tracksgoing forvard
were Androw's-tho other tracks
soined -to be liding, as if sonto one
wafs being pishod. The ground was
X. The signs of scuffling were four
steps back froi the wagon, andt the
ble9 , was six steps fron the wagon.
Thb 'ack struck.off froin the eiNi of
the wagon. The vitiess herq
iiade an elaborato desoiptidn of the
direction and appoarance of the tracis,
but our reporter coni not gather ji
what lie moalit t6 say.] I was present
with deceased when Isaac Caldwell
was there, and he did not make the
statement Isaao says hie did.
The defence here closed their case.
Francis Boulwaro, sworn in reply
for the State:. If Thomas Boulware' 0
threw up, I n6ver hoard hiI. Tom's
wife tried to separate thein, but did w,
not spcceed. I never licard Todn holler
"Oh oh"I I was very near him--iot hc
as fir as I am front that table [tiointiig
to a desk abont fotir foot from the wit- ar
X. t berged them to quit fi hting. 8
The .cutting was don i'ight taiea-a
little behind the wagon. I don't kno'w
how far the fire was from where Ani
drew was cut. The' fire was not far D
from where the soufle took placc
about as fd ., th6 table-lbg [about D,
four fot flistant. .
Alb'ert Boulware, sworn: I ami no
kill to the dobisd of.the defendant.
I whs; omd tlio night of the stabbinr,
with a wiagon that came up after. No
other wagoi there but Andrew BoLd
Dr. R. B. Ilanahain; recalled: I
have examined the prisonier's arips
Thete is a slight discrepancy betwcoei
them-but this is not unusual. The
left arm indicates no weakness. The Li
deceased appeared to me taller than
the prisoner, but not stouter.
.Tie State here closed its case, and
the tJdurt adjourned till thlrc o'clock.
Upon the reassembling of Court, the
case argued by Messrs. Douglass and er
McDonald for the defence, and by
Solicitor Gaston for the State. Judge
Kerishaw delivered a clear and impar
tHal charge, and the jury retired.
After a deliberation of about ninuety
minutes, the jury returned a verdict at
of "Gulity of' mnaiislaughter." Thd
prisonler wias remnanlded to jail.
Court thet adjourned till Thursday
-Creake a healthy appetite, prevent
mianhirll diseases, by using Urown's Iron
MONARCH 0 uAivb--We now have on
hand one hundred to'i of Monarch
Guano and twenty-five toni of A-id -
Phosphate. All partids Wishifig to
use the best Quano in the mtarlict will
do well to Icalie their orders tit ifh
offlce of t. J. McCarler & Co. *
LAvT APPlkI~.-faooking to your ownt
initereost is one( of the first laws ofi mtIIm-v
T1herefore' having granted liberal indul
gence to my cutom~ners, they must not com
ry, their n(eounts in other hands for immie
diate lollecth)2n with -cost added. In te
future payin'ent Will positivelv he rej uired
whlenu hills comeO dume, regardless of pries~
being too low to sell cotton, or ration hiills
and >bank debts to pay first. So it will lbe
to y/our Iterest to comte and1( settle at once,
in ordler that I mily (d0 likewise. Th'is in
my lass appeLd. I. SIM PSON,
A N EXTIR A conniunlention of Winns
1 '. ~ boro Lodge,' No. .1, A. F. M., wll ha
held( in Masome l lall this (TfuunsnAv)
ev'ening at 7%. o'clock. Thme E. A. degree2
will j'm conferre~d
iy Order of the W. M.:
GlEO. ii. McCANTJS .
Feb 15 . . Secrt am-y.
HJEREAFTERI the regular meetings of
the Jloard of County Cotmmissioners wvIll be
held on the first Fridag in each month, amnd a
no aceount against thme County, whIch hats
not been1 prCeented to thc .Clerk of the
Board prior to the day of meeting, willl b'e
acted on upon those (lays of meeting.
.J. 11. HIAltVE~Y, Chairman.
- BR'OYLEs, Clerk.
STATE OF . SOU II CA ROLINA,
COUNT'1Y OF FMZRFIELD.
Lad.rehco B. WIlson, Plaintit), vs. Ralpli
D. Wilson and Others, D~efenxdants. mn
IjN pursianre of an or'oi of 'he Court: of
Coiimmon Pleas, umade in i.:he above
stated ease, I will olfer for sale, b efore the
cout-house door I Wlinnsboro, on thie
FIlRST MfONDAY IN MARCHE
Next, witin the legal hours of sale, at
nulhle outcry, to thei highest bidder, the
folliowing-described property to wilt:
All that piece, liarcel or Itract, 9i land(,
lI ng, being andl sltuatIe in the Corndly anid ye
btett aforesaid, containing
ONE 1lUNDiIIED ACINF.
muoreor less, and hounded on the north hy
lands of *John Rains and Sarah [one, east
blands of Joihn Rainas,'southm by lands oif
'I. Ellison Cloud, (lceased, ait wcat by3
lands of Sarah 11. Jones.
TMRiMs OF sALE:
One-half of thme purchase-money to be
paid In cash, andl the ballanet ini one year di
from the day of sale, with Interest there- gt
from, payable annually, the purchaser to
give for such11 balanice a biond secued by a
miortgage of the premises soldi, anid to pay
fomr'all necessary plapiers .](1,
Clerk's Omeie, C. C. U. P. F. C.
Wlinsboro, S. C.,
February 10, 1883.
II IE *4econd termi of this isiu nwl
(commenee'l~c oni the bthl day3 of February, iat en0
which ilme re-organization of classes will
take lacol(. Thoerouighi Instrt'ionm In all A
dleparlt ents. Tu'itioni and board as low as (10
can h~e obitained In any13 frst,-class inst itution 1(h
of the kInd. For further inuformnation, ad
MRS. MARY II. MEANS,
Principal, wytheville, va.
Mt's. Means refers, b~y p~ermIisslon, to ex..
Governor Humgood and Prof. R. M. D)avs, .
Coluimia, (Gen. John Brat tn and Col. J.
1. HIn. Winahoro.
[EXT THIRTY DAY
10T W ITHSTANDINI
ur custoines m'ay i'est assurod th
o will not bo undersold- by any oth
m1so in town. Our motto has bec
id still is, "QUICK SALES AN
Wo ofier; fo' the NEXT T1IIIR
AYS, great bargains in
LIMR)I? CLOA 8:
ost Styles of TRIMMING BR A II
NOTIONS OF ALL KIND!
Owing to the extrencly warm weatJ
,we will sell all o1' out
EETS' and YOUTHS' CLOTHIN
the most astonishingly low prices.
We (10 not wish you to buy unli
liy suited, and will refund the moi
r any unsatisfactory purlcilse.
. /1sJ)EC D E Rf c xBR ? ).
BuY THE PALMET-r'o WAGON OF
L .DYSSE DESPOIR1S.
D)uring the r''iiiteminde of the acason a
ill sell onr winter stoc~k at,
RE~ATILY REDUCED PRICEt
1F? YOU WANT .
RESS GOODS' AN.D SITING
WVe exhibite'd a nice selection- of the
(JJy this seasou01 amt sold ouy; still*g 1k
(.yt styles left, which we wish to sell
low~ price. omie andyliee.
E60AXS, I)0LMANS, 3ACKET
A few of each kind. and( reai pret
uds--will soil these - to "Joso without
'These goods we bought at low plrlces'fr
Ill no0w be offered at, a largo icduction.
Now is the season) to wrap wel aIl pl
'It eois and1' l)neumIIonla. We are
nerou')is as8 to prefer otir customel(rs to) ha
ese goods rather tha~n k eep tiun ourselve
alve no0 anxiety ab~out the price.
.Aru" amiong the stock wichl musst 1he 1
lced b~efore spring. Don't buiy until o
oda ar seen'531 and priced.
We don't expect. to imndile it. longer, ai
Ili give genumio bargais until the 8sto
WVo invite all to call anduu exhmnine.
. M. BEATY & CC
'lI IE parItners"ihiy heretofore existig la
tween tihe unmdersignedt, uder t
rio of '"T'ii W ~INNSnon Pi'isi i1I
)PIA NY,"' is this dauy dissol01Ved( by mutu
'IThe binessP' oif theO fim swil be settil
i. Jno1. S. Iieynolds, who is hmerel
ithlor'izedi to receive and1( rece('i3t for '
la due' the concern,. All iartiles luivi,
ilhus wviil presen't themi to 1 inm for pa'
iant, and al nl paritles imilebtedI will mia
uneLdiato palymenlt to him.
RI. MEANS DAVIS
llENRtY N. OBEA(h
JNO. 8. RLEYNOL~J).
Wininsboro, S. 0., January '29, 1883.
.Jan 30-I xtf
O)rL 1Buwmm Ar W37 mid $41n -AT
ONE AN'S CASH As
AS ANOTHER' i'
ASd & Baes'
SOUTHERN M U 8 i C HOUSE.
Only House In Americea, Seillig
PIANOS & ORGANS
lip On the One Price System.
D OE UNTF.ARM PRICE .t4) ALL ARD
TIAT 1T11E LOWEST KNOWN,
Tihe usual system of selling Planos and
y Organs Is for the dealer to charge aiit prie
lhe can get for them without regard to eth
r at fair profit or the customer's interest.
Biut we are proud to say that tids has ever
(elsn our Imethod of elling,.,
For thebenefit of purchasers and to so
-ure I' the full valie of thoir money, i
estaill sed at the outset of our business
(welve years siince,
T2sl1! ONE PRIGA SYSTEM,
and to this we attribute our immenso hi.:(
p rosperous trade. Selling oi this squa o
hisis, reniders it imperativo that the prlee
he the very loWest one that can be given.
We are pledged to this. We always have
S(10110 it, mlnd we always will do it. 's Ir
creed and our practie. No other 1 no aud
Organ I se deals on this principle.
. ries, In lain figui.4 are laced on
every .isttumon t A chl can iiy as low
4s Ihe sharpiest trader. All other llousos
have 'hIigh prices and give discounts."
The "Ono Prico" system saves tinio in'
. trading, and is the only satisfactory way to
buyer and seller; for, on the high price
Yid ldisconit system, evel though tho cus.
tomer buys, ho Is not sure that ho has bot
G AD VICE! TO PIANO AND
ORGAN B UYE RS.
Buy quick. Why? Because an advance
In piie Is almost certain. Pianos and
Organs are on a boom. The denand ex
ceeds the supply. All the factories are be.
31s hind ordM. IOealers wxith cash in hand
cannot get instruient-s ats fast as- wanted,
y 'ricen of material and labor are advancing.
The present low prices of 1anos zwd Or
gais cannot continue, and .wll.ndt again
rule in the next ten years. Those vho.bity
now will ve ioney., .ui'rgo contractsjist
made with mianifacturers will enlable us to
-f/ilrantee.>roant prkes until January lit,
Iss8v.. After that we can promise nothing.
Delays are daingereu.. Magnilleent stock
n(ow onl hiand. &ven. Grand Alakera. Over
210 dilferent styles now in, our warerooms.
Ileyipnt Pidinos $200. lea-utiful Organs
t.( Eiest Instalment Terms. Sent on
r1al. Every i nducement that any -repon
siblellouse enn1 offer. Competition with
the world. Don't fall to send for our Cata
logies and fall Price Lists; 1882.
Luddeni & Batos'
, SOUTHK ElN. MUSIC IIOUSE.
S A V ANN AH, G A.
Tlio Groat lPland an i Orgrni Depot of tho South.
Southi Carolinao Railwa'Y . C0lti'ny.
N and( after Novemnber 12/ 1882, Passen
'.ger Tins will run sas followvs until
TO AND FROM CHARLESTON.
Leave, Columbhia at..*8.00 a. mi. f6'.r/ p.'m.
Arrive Charleston... 12.57 p. mn. 11.30 p. ms.
. . WEST.
Leave Charleston... .t7.00 a. m. *4.00 p. mn.
Arrive Columbia. . ..11.27 a. in. .10.05 p. us.
t D)aily. *Dally excepjt Sunday.
TO AND FROM CAMDE(N.
Leave Columbia at. .*li.00 a g 1*6,55i p. mn.
Arri e at, Csamden. .. 1.07 p~. in. 9.25 p. mn.
Leave Camid'en at... .*7.00 a. mn. *4'.45 p. mn.
Arrive at Coltuhla.,.11.27 a. mn. 10.05 p. mn.
SO *Iahy li orpt Stindaiys.
TO AND) FltOM AUUB0'FA.
LaoColumnbiai..............*7.251 p. m
Arrive Augusta................7.55 a. mn.
Leave A ugusta.,.*7.00 a. mn. *4.20 p. mn.
tyArrive Columbia. . .. 4.08 p. in. 10.05 p. mi.
*Daiy excep~t Suday..
CON NE TCONS.
Conmneet~n,istde at Columbnia~ with Co.
lumba ad Geenill Ralrod htraini
arivat I1-27 a. n ., and (1i )ari'ing sit
G.5~5 p. . Connection miade sst ., C. & A.
.J unction with Chsarlo tte,- Colmnbla sand
Augusta Itailroad biy train arriving at Co
lumial at 11.27 a. n., and departini at o.r5
p. mn., to and from all p~oints 01n hott roads5,
)1with throngh Pl~shnsan Sle~pe~r hetlwentu.
k Chlss1eston1 and Washslinglon, via Virginia
Midlandl route, without hlanlge. Coinnee
tioni made( at Charleston with steamers for
Newi York oni WVednesd1ays andc Saturdays;
also, with Savannah ands( Chsarlestori R ail
road to dil 1ioints mnth..
Coinnections are made(1 at Aulgusta with
GeorgIa Rtallroadl and( Central lRailroad to
and( from all points WVest, and( South.
rThron gh T ckets can be pusrchsaid. to all
points South and West >yaplying to
ve . oinlsi S. ,
..-- JoniN. B. Pnoiw, Genera~fl Imanager.
D.O. A LLEiN, Glen. Pass. and( Ticket Agent,
Ulharlestojm, 8, U.
S D. 1R. lenniken
umr Again ha~s received aniother lot of flkid
1?From the highest grades to good
ordinia'y. E~very sack warranted.
k' A'lot of the choicest'
.0OD GOVERlNMENT JAVA.
BEST' ST.10EL PLO WS-ALLj SIZES.
IG Trace Cha is,
ig Back Blands,
Co Axes and1(
A xe Iandles.
Rock Salt for Stock.
_ A lot of 01101CE II iMS.'
Also 00~LDEN 8VIWPML
A HAPPY NEW
.. he It (liaticipated holiday rush has
wi.h It's hidden future has dawned utipon ii
tundeavors to muerit in future the very libe
to ile the past year,, by consu111ing at,all tJ
tako this opportunhy of anidincing that I
FALL AND WID
. Will be sold it (tEATL t REU
ieparttion for a more extended
TRIADE TiTAN HiEiETOFORE.
1Please call arid e;utin my stock befi
prices will conuciIe you that. 1 mean just v
Thankink iny friends for their very III
you all a happy and irosp1erous New tcaa
I Will close out my winter si
it REDUCED PRICES, i
arge stock of
Men's, Boys' Ant1 Vofiths' S
it good bargains. Be sure to ca
OrPOSITE GRAND CER
W E have recently commenceuI Msiness in tU
Janis Turner & Co., whero will be fou
STAPLE AND FAN4
.We shall keep always.ci hand a .varied Ai
1rat-cflass Grocery Store, imd our ifices Alfall al
LO W .AS TE3
In thi presenting ourselves before the 1)u1
If thir patronage, assturing theni of entic sati
J. H. HA]
ARE VERY IMU
I IfAVE never had any likding for great'
:loended rather upon selling goodls at such pri1
I still latend to adopt thme same plant, and I
:very assiert1on I make. It Is itnplosslble to glv
n store. But I quote:
PI EDMONTi I'OMrESPUN', the bes't In
CA LICOES at t,, 6 atnd 7 cetst4-thie last
ShlO~ES, in great variety anid at prices to
C~k)'TIIING of all syles and at all pricct
Mf stock of
*STAPLE AND FANI
WInes, Liquors, etc., will ho sold1 at corresponl4
please~d to show mo ods. ..
Give me a cal a t J3EATY & BRIO.'S OL
rtr Remember the place--Old Stand ef 3
I have now in stock a full lin6 of
LFarnut nig ImlOmonts, such~ as
Plows, Trao Chains, Clevices.
Shovels, Broadt Chcina, Heel Screws.
Spades, Back Bands,'Lap RIngt
Biredosi Iron,' Grindstontes, Axes.
Forgurdon & Bilount's Iron Foot flow
liEDED IRISH POT ATOES AND
GiARDEN( SE E.
My stoeld of OROCNRIES wilt al..
ways be kept iup with riothing but
A largd Iof~ of FINE FLOURI, bought N
beford thib recenit advance,' oheap by'
the barrel.' Fresh supply of "Snio
D)NLY CASIh 'mlADE SOLICITED. de
R. M. H UEY..
U ROSIW M1LIT ANY INSi'TIE
D. B. B3USBY, A. M., PRIINCIPAL. lh
l"E A.'JT ER V L L E 3.*O tl
1T-B' SsxND Fou CIROcULAus.
Exiordanm SAnnirEs FOR $5, $fl, $7 AND
ito. Kun~itucky Spring Sept Sales for
,if LYME$1 U, 1I'ro1TE3.
EAR TO ALL.
coma md gone, ai1 the0 New Yea
s; and as f Iwtend, to *ise my. ntmos
ai patronage tiat has. been extende
inog the inte:ests of my pistomrs,
'-ow tis date iny preseiit stock of
,ED 'fCICtS, in odbi- to inakg
>ro,iaing your purchases n mIy
Mhat I.promise in this adyorisomeit
Jbial and giatifyiig favors, I wish
lock of CL.OTHINWG
r bidet to nke toom for a
uits. Fine lie of'Overcoat?
TRAL, COLUMBIA, 8. V.
o1 stor, formerly oecupled Meesrs.
ad a new and complete stook
tPplY of evel thing wusuey bopt In a
ways bo foui as
lie, ve respectfully efielt a Miral atbat
sfaetlon; both as to quality and pricea of
IDEN &B RD0.
ea s to sa(usfy mg5 old cuIstomers anid
feel sure tlmt I can..ewmp. Lully up
e the prices of the munerous goos Ifiave
he market a~ 7 cepts 1cr fardL
Ilgure for LIhe best,
lingly low pricos, and I shall always bN
E 1 uvo lut reeived thefol g
esh and Chioic6 Goods.
ro~ Fruit Buatter,
--0 1lnco Moatriohigne
nw Crop 1Row Orleans Molasses.
J. .T? fMA4STIER &CO.
SA~.aI1 BRT DLESAN1D IARNES--"wAkT
ULYSSE G. DESP~ORTES.
Y AM lieased~ to inform the publf that t
ve on hand a full line of
'QFF1 KS, BURIAL R'OhES|
c., and am prepared to do 'aytlUing in
UNDE R T AKER'S .i@.
We ask for a share of the paftroMn.
Jan 13-8m '
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