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Ifit rAR03IIft. 'I ISM103
ndtig--W. . Aiken.'
I. The Davis ewing MAclhine-J. 0.
Isertiff's Salo-Jno. ll. MoCarley,
NotLpeo foi' Letters Dismissory-S.
-Cheap and .i:ellable-Wando'er
tilher, Wtkiido- Acid, Ash Element.
For sale by'Calewell & Lauderdale. *
AN OLD SOLDEU.-r-We aro sorry to
lean that Mr. John II. Neill is-suffer
Ing severely f'on his old woind -it
having broken out afresh. As it will
be remembered by many -of the .old
soldiprs, Mr. Nell was wounded on the
2ftday of August,.1864,.at, the battle
of the Weldon' and Petersburg road,
In Virglia. Ito received his wound
on the'ame day and about the samp
time of 'tie day that Genraval Iagood
shot Captain Daly of the 11nitea'states
army for-refusing to give .up the- colors
of Hagood's Brigade, which had been
captured. We hope be may soofi rc*'
-Leave your orders with Caldwell
& Lauderdale for itandard Fertilizers:
1wando ''ali Saluda Guanos, Avid,
Kainit, &c. - - *
BuT-r's PANOR1AMA.-It will be ob
served that Mr; A. L; Butt will exhibit
Ils Pq porama of the Bible in the Thes
plan 'Ilall on Thtrqday ijight, Maroh
'22. Wherever 'ti 11h ex bited the
Press have given very favorable no
tices. Among these we find the follow
ing from the Charlotte Jolp-n1il, one of
'tile leading papers in Nort Carolina:
Revelation the first of Mr. Butt's -work
w,as exhlb1ted ,at Vhe matinee oik.onday
afternoon, October 30, and although it has
been often exhibited here, yet It was just
;stlch enjoyed as ever, the audience glv
lng frequenLt excpreshIong 'of 'thtih' i!easure.
But the eintertaliiet at night, Stories
from the ld6 Bible, was the one looked for
ward to with greatest Intereit and cuklosity,
not only from lt'W anticipated nerits mit
.oin the friendship entertained toward Mr.
Butt by so niany people in citi-6ft, and it
caine tip to the full expectation of every
iody. And whin the animals were marclied
,into the Ark and Elijah ra i.ed his hand and
called down fire froi Heaven to hurn his
altar at Mt. Carmel the deliglt pf the clill
dren knew no bounds. IV. Butt Is to be
congratulated on the completion of his new
'Panorama. lie will travel w*t1 it %oon,
:Aecoipanlied with his wife and,father.
-Mr. J. M. Stewart has removed to
Messrs. J. M. baty & Co.'s Corner
Store, where he will pay. the, highest
prices for cottoin and delivecr th~e most
-We lia\f only fifty 1ons of Mon
arch Guano( on hand, flaving sold 0on0
muLidred and tifty tonis uip to (late. All
parties wvishing to usAd this high grade
f'er tilizer will do weoll t6 leave their
'ord'irs art once at the office of R. J.
MeCarley & Co.
Ti'iiE MONTICELLO CAA ES.
Thle Evidence on which IteHpectab,lo Citlzona
are Dragged before a ClotnnissIon.er-- A
* Compioto Failure--The Giovermnent Asks
Timne to Procure (or to Manuratture) More
The. News and Courier' gives tha
followinig report of the testimony taken
iln Columbia before United States Comn
seventeen D)emocrats frota Monticello,
bharged with violatimng the electioni
-Jaws of Congress:
.- James W. Aughtry, gXhite G(reen
backer, sworii: Livels iiillihlamid
county. Was at Monticello on the day
'of' elect,ion as a depitty United States
piarshal-a peace officer. James .11.
Miartin was thme other speciad 'depaty at
-that poll. The arri'ved at M(inticollo
togvether about day light. Thalere wecre
i.irt.y or forty personsi around( thie fire
which was b)urinig in the st reet. Tihlinks
there were a few pudensi wvith red
ablerts thrn NVN went up to the fire
hnd wamied ourselves. Soinebody
aisked if we wecre the United State's
jnam'shals. We answeredl, yes. -A i11.
- t'ta later we turned (d starit off, and
somne one kliked.or hit a't me, or some
thing, and broke. my lantern, which
was hanging on my arm. I know twvo
* br three of the faces of those wvho
Were thien preseit. -(Wit ness here
* tolited out one of- the- irisone6rs, 'hut
...ld 'not knoQw .ht )iame.). Thi.k: .AIr.
McGill was there. Could niot tell Who
-icked mylantern, or who ans closest
o me Ud't now as~ there was any
**. threats made. Don't know that I was
p) 'ented duirI ig~: l. day ft'diih doingi
: n'rlt of inl~ d tt~hs ' tm'distood
...j' "hiro w'i .'& "bstruction to [.vot
ing, except that the dddF to .tie 'poll
wvas blocked tp wvit i then rliht sm art
nt' the time. Wit ness deuiin tis ot>
striiction e ~. Al4ut'in had (done. 'Men
IvoI'e staddIng oni a goods box at the
ttranice to the poll. ]Mery once lin a
vay thien' wonkd fallnictk off the lidt
so as to scatter the croWvd . atud 'kep 1it
of. .Tile crowd. ..that. ,iwas' statiding
arioulnd the lo.k onmly kbpt sthnidiliy
bround it.- They didni't do anytihiq[
but st.and' ar'oumide Tis brow ding
kround rmiight have interflti*cd 5dni10
Svith peop,loe cdmting upl to t'ote. WVit
seass told. these niet11 t'. Stop 4toing. I
. cuy tssed around a litt le, and onl y
stoppleti crowding' for a little while.
*. Saw sotne gltus 'that evenitiig late.
D)ot't know where i.hese guns wvere
- ldrintg the daiy time. baw no blart ict
fliiu vilemit cofndura.t1iir n tho day'. A
row. was idlked sifrin the evening be
tween-i twvo .doliored imn. A few eggd
wore thl'oia that nighlt at Martin and
witnes. Mart Inm's at atenient vesterday
in regar'd to thn awinging of' a bgard
with nalls in it wfis trute.
.Crosis-examlbied by Oohlol Itaskell i
- McGill hiad the board dwinging It. Did
not see him attempt to strike any onn
with it. Didn't, know hlow thQ row
between tihe two colored mn began.
It was only a qua'rel. Neithier was
tryinug to keep the other.from tie polls.
Dd ilt kntov who cast .the egge. It
watss dank at the titne. Thte plarties
l'eferred to by Mr. AMartin! aftel' dark
81d not threaten us. They wore friend
ly In, .their talk t, uts. Pon't knowv
t drhi'. Theyfist told us 'not to let
themr hoar of the election~ agaiu. The
iian wq.s did ,not obstruct votig 1i
Re-direot: *bid, liot, .sco t mati
agers do anything to stop crowdii
acomd the poll.
Crose-oxatniniation: The orowdin
was up towards the middle of the lay
After mid-day the box was clear. Sai
'othing done In the afternoo'to pr<
vent any one from voting.
1). S.) Mijprly, white G reenbackel
sworn: Itesides at MIontievlo, Fai
field county.. Went to Clat poll t
voto. Did not vote. Made .initir
for tickets and cidn't li tilem. .a
nothiig at thte pol' .,to Twevelt v tn
There wis soio cro'w arouid Cot
Fresslonal poll*- They "were white mot
to colored peoplo were aill 'aroun
thmon, but. not ,pong tl(Nil.in th11
viclntyh %VItnes. wits at poll aboli
two and a half or.'iiree iours. Gi
there probably betWeen ten and eleve
o'clock. Saw no AtteIpt on the pai,
of the colored people to vote: nto et'ot
L advance. to tite box while I wit
there. Tijere were a go6d many col
ored peop)le stadinig arounid. Thiil
there were sometiitg over 300.. Sa
only a feV go,Png away from tile polh.
Wilt ttegot u) to the goods box witi
ont )ronble. ritought the ien ot il
some of them, vere tryiitg to votu
Some I did ttot see vote, but, thougl
they did. Th6 crowd miIht,and migh
not have'. kopt oit the coldred peopic
[Willard fitre iii'ip an~asserilot abou
A'bulldozit4g," Coumi'sel for the defett,
objected 'idignantly. The couminh
sloner btoppe<d Willttrd's grotultou
assertions. Willard got mil'dU.-,d th
. Cross-Ntifination by M:. Gaillar(d
Arrived ixt polls after ten o'clock. Di
tnot vote because could id |
NO GREINBACK 'T[CifETs.
Mad inquiries aronnd. 'They)tdJ i i
Supervisor Corley had son. lIad no
succeeded in finding the tickets up t<
tle tile I left.,
Richard Elkins', ancient darkoy
swort: Resides near Monticello pre
cinct, but did not go there to vote a
the last election. Didn't go becaue
lie had ia, got tent "Ileati there." H
htad gonle seven or eight lifles whe
he stopped, Ito Avet. so m y peopl
coinig back. Stollffied becais he wa
"over-tired." (110 Wanted to tel
what'suitn one said which caused hi
retiirt, but , was .tQpped, as it wit
hearsa , . ty.) ,The coiinissioner atske<
:himtt it ho cduld tell anything itbout hi;
reisons for turtning back withotit re
poiting what people said. Witntes:
replied that. ti could not., liel tirne
.back bceaike it was fate, ii was old
"tt',"' yaid I Ith Witiess', "1 jis' So
dovn an' didn't go n1o furder.
Laughter.] The wit less wast excus
andtH ite o the covernmens mai,
stays 'ell or "..ot" inl liarilessttess, t(
Wi -lard's chain'it.
'Jordan 1eters, black 'and burly
sworn: Lives near Alston, votes a
Monticello. Attende4 last election
Got there aliott 9 'clock*, and remai in
ed until 2 or 3 in the eveitig. Vote<
at the Contgressionial 1)ol int the eve
nitng. A't'-r t 1 tickets c,1111p, ab1out
11 o'clock, witness maHCde tIa ittiept ti
vote bUt could nlot teach the box 01
accoutnt of' the Clrgwld. It soc'Ctted lik
Ihe coultn't, get there. N~o colored mtei
thtait he saw got up to vote before wvii
ntess didI. There 200 01' 300 colc
people pr'cout, whent lie first attemnpte
to vo.te:.. 'i1e ;Ot pr'ett.y' close to tht
box, btl couldtt't see whaitt the nuoti 1
tht. tpx Yv etc doitng.- Made nto othe
attempllt to vote until 3 pt. i. Knlow
thte names of' no cite who wa'ts pre'vet
Cro~ss-exainedcu by Mr'. Gaillar'd
Coutldtn't tell whtent he lirst saw th
ticket. l1e voted t,he Gr'eeniback ticke
i&t. 3 p. ni.
Josephl Harper', miulat to, swvot't
Montticello is his votitng pt'ecintct. Wta
at the pr'cintct abou~tt two hour11s Ott th
day' of the hast ceetioit. Did ntot vot
ini Cottgr'ssiotnal. box. Was ther'
tabottt otte htout' beif're Ic got ticket'
iIe arit'iveid at 9) antd let at 11. Th
fy)lls wVere crowdedl at that timne, as th
>)eople Ivere v'oting very muicht. Coul
itnvc voted by runshing~ through tht
cr'owdt, buLt it beitng
NONE OF 11I8 FVIItT.
Ite didnt't cai'o to r'utsh thriough it, Thta
wvas his wvholo.reason for ntot votingt
(Here' Wi llpra dropped witntess like
,Cross-exatmined: Means by "rutsint
1hriough the ct'owd" putshtin1g tht'ough
At every' electioni thells are18 w ct'owde
iat certtaitt hours. Thiere wasi nttithini
thr'ottght. Everybody wvho voted bi
tweent 9 atnd 11 had 'to push51 thrtong
t hi'etrowd. Meat by "ntot beittg , hi
fIglit,.th.at he Was a~ Repulicant, tin
no Rtepuiblicani fight was golbig ott thtn
day. It' heo htad had at Repu)lblical
ticket hte cotild atnd wouild htave pushe
through anid voted it, bitt hte wa't
cr'at, andti woutldn't tak-e that troub]
Matthtew Ilodge, copperi-coloredi
sworn:t Lived at Jetnkintsvillc. Vote<
last electiotn at Motticello. Wen,t t
ca.st his vote for the Gr'entbagkers
Wet. hoe an htoutr by hiin bi th
mtornitg wvith soi uothbra colored pec(
p)e f'romn iog "otrk. Whtent Ii tir'e
got to the polls5 the white ment wet
ci:owded, aund lhe allowed they watte
to Vote atnd 'dint't push81 onl their
Grehback tickets Wbru niot out whte
he got thuire. TVh. whlIto .folls. sal
wa~It awthle atid wQ could got to vet
Mr'. Kirkrin'd asked me thia1t Th
was the. s'contd timle I wv.tit i p~ t
vioto. The .first timle nobody ejkl aum
I.hing td. ine. Don't rdintnber' an'
oneo telltng- t Wo cotild tiot v'ot<
Voted otto tIcltet int Congressiottal bo
near~ about 4 o'ohock. Was ntot htalie
by anylodv ott his way to the pllI.
Judge Willai'd.i "l)hd you comd .t
tile yesatoMai muid toll me 1tuat y'ott ii
ttot wlantt to be e'xatmited because yo
had beent teatoteed?"''lThre was
gl-butt sensation htet'e. "'No, I didnt't,
prtomtfly atnswl'redu the wVittness beor
obfection to this. euttradinaritty quoi
tloi eduld be- inado. -Nover'thelesi
connettol fo.' the doeoed afteriwilsi. oh
*Jccted to the Gover'tniont's tipeachinl
8t od'il witnecss ini tIs wanV Tiht ~Oo
i~lnakie stialisid t1Ub dhjedctt att
ruled the quiestofiotittmittalVeb Oiu
Willartd gave tip tlia witnteM.
Cross-exained by Mr. Gaill ard
Mu'. Kiridatnd,' taier witiinesslhad ii
quti'red whten lhe cold vote; had aske
himt ht a kitndly .maner to wait fc
awhYile. lTat was all.
At tis ptottt Judgd Willard ai
tioutnced .that one David Sct'iven,
cirduit idor lIving it Spairtatnbiir
county, was i inpo'rtanmt wiltness ft
the Govermiinent, and that the prosooct
tion could not go otn without bl1u
Thb CiopL' then took a. ydeeOs umthl t,w
o'cloc1W,p. in., Mitdtn it was eitpecte
'that the missing wvitneM would I
present, lie did not appotu';fodoevel
and theo prosecution asked for a coi
tinuntuco of the case for a wock or te
- ~ ~ ~ ~ e r". I**.., .?"ft-..*
. Mr. Gillari lis4ied tiat if ft
. continuance woro grafitedit oholt i
explicitly, for the j?roduction of th
itness goriven. After soie. furtthe
g discussioi, Commissioner BaukOtt tqt
jtitrueg tho hearing of tho'case to th
V 20th Itist.
On Friday muorning, the missiI
witnss having turited:up t.he -Ov9ei.;
heryre, Mr, Oailat'called upoi Jtmig
Willard it.111 demitliaded that t oximlI
nattlon proceed. All'tr conlsiderabli
. m parley, the Judge fell 'bacl, onl thi
rigItt of the Government to) conlinu
the hearing, and the Comlis: aner dc
t cliued to open the case, a1s it ha1i beel
t formally continued to the 20th inst..
Tho ieteidiants havi'n" i).viousli
t given bpnih for their alppearaie froi
t di y to'dlaY, they returned hoino oi
k -Mfessrs. It. J. McCarley & Co. sell
besides the Moiarch, the Crown G nana
-an atnlnoniated alkaline pho.pIatr
This gu ito is especially aflapted to. it
. clav lands. 'The amionia beimg les
t sened and phospAhato and potsh bol
producers beitin.icreasm. '1'ry it.
MARRIED-On '1Thursda1y, March Ist
1883, at the residence, of the: hil miy' unlk
Mr. William Brice, by the Rtev. J. C. 1
Mullen, Mr. DAVID HILLUn to Miss NMLIA.
--A. trite irot iedichle, bentefirial to tl
young as well as the old who suffer 'fron
d'4pepsia, etc., Is Brown's Iron Bitters.
StAD.VErTigEMI N .]
THE1? DAYIS SE WING MACHINE.
I 4ertlfeites 'of Its M4rtti, fromn Dlf'orews
*Purchasers in Fjairflelt..
Mu11. J. 0. BOAO: The Davis Sewhi.
3 Machine bought of you more thanl Imeet
my expectation. I tried several others
3 and my choice is decidedfy the New Davi
9 Verticle Feed. It never refuises to fev
. over vc-ims,.even whenl le:n\ing, whel
9 other matchines fail. Would recomlmend i
to all who want to buy a first-class maclhine.
ins. '. ARNIcTTE,
Monticello, S. C., February, 188*.
Mn. J. 0. BoAo: I can cheerfullY recom
111nd tile Davis Vrltile Feed Sewing Ma
chine ts a first-class family machine. .M:
wife is deofglhle(d witli the one igitor yoi
I five years,ago. Always ready to. do eithe
- light or heavy work. Coul (nt do WithIou
J %S. .11. GC.ADnD>.N.
Oladden's Crove, S. C., O Iruary, 1883.
DAvis S. M. Co.-Gt.Jrs: *The Davi
- Machine I bought of 1r. J. 0. Buag abow
two years ago has given entire Satisfaction
Never refuses work, cither-heavy or light.
. Vgi attachmj*)ts ar(- Very sitIple ;undes
ly adjusted, and 1 would recomlmeid-it t
o all whlo want a first-elass macwhine.
I ~Mas. E. P'MonL)(Y.
- March 12th, 1883.
.1 Mn. .J. 0. BOAr,: I havey1 used the Davi
a Machine for two years,an hav( l:e not fout11
Li anfy fault with it. I conlsider It ai fir~tatc
r mchie. lbespecCtfully,
s Mas. S. ])1NN.
Whnnsboro, S. C., JTanuary 15, 1833.
This is to certify thlat I have been 'ushi
*f.n1Davis Maingiit b)or.;h'lL of J. 0. 11oa1!
Esq., for albout foul-i. years. Am wel
. pleaseLd. ConIside1r it one of the bes,t mar
s chines made(l for' fziuly use, and cani dcci
e fully recommen1CId it. lldspe-'. I ully3,
a Mv.s. M. LE. IsEN~ I[owEll.
D Wateree, Falrlich)dcoutiy, S. C.
a The Davis Sew'nig Machine may sister
a bought of you about five y'ears ago, ha
g ivenl perfect saisfaction, atnd is just a
0 good to-day' as whenci they boutght it; read
aIt alIl timeIs to (10 its work, and costintg neI
a cent f'or repairs, as it has nlever' neede1
t'ay.'he uttachmients are easily ad(jutste
- and v'ery simpleh. Yours'L,.
i JAm-:s 11. If AnuvE,
County Cominnssionmer Fairfieldi Co.
Mn. J. 0. BhOAC, Aor-:Nr-Sua: In repl
to your' lnquliries 1 woutld state that after'
triall of about fotur years5 on alil kindls c
j,goodhs inl whlichl ai sewling mach(iiLc t an
h used13(, I findh none1 thtat c3t1 an b tised to s
I much aidvan1tage as I i Da)tvis Vertiel
.1Feed. I bought miy mtachinie front 3yo
tfour years sinice, without, solicitliution (i
Ireconmmendationi, or' withouit trial or' it
s truc,ltion, ai1n( I feel satisfied it was th,
B l.9t investment I over made111. I have use
other m hne,butm wor'k could not bi
patcht as wvithu the Dauvs. Yottrs truly,
o Feastervlle, Fairfld countty, S. C.
. -..'c A 1 neket N&cssitt.
Th 'exats cow driv'er, the civil i'iiglnei
0 the Nlunmmer toturist, the t.raveling satlesint
ti shoujdl never' he withtut,t this cads rileein
I. a t bottle oif Noruman 's NeuItra21 liig Cordiao
ni Th'e *tll i aze is conivetienit fr t'het poeia
d and1( a bottle .shotuld always he touind then
*,, My 'h.rlps to ipsw Yoki.
s One of South ~Catrolna's pr0mfnnent me
chants says: "'I can hteartiy endCII orse ami
thting said In fatvor of Normlan's Neutrali:
*ing Cor'dha!.1 I s my boon iomption)i 110.1
Yily New York trips 'as it coutrctts a I
b. bad eflcts pr1odneed( by 'kange oif wvater.
LA Ai'm 14PA .-Loking .to your ow
inter'est is one of the first, laws of ntatur<
Thereforeo having granmted liberal idu
o gencee to miy cus1tomiers, they miuist not con
d plin If they finid, afItete' (e1t,h .of ebrto
u ylci't- 1outs in othler hands11 for' imm.
a di,teIltion w'thi Cost added15. In -tl
n, futr patymient will poicsitively he rCeireI(
e when'1 bills come11 duei, regardlet Eof 1pr1e1
beingt too) how to sell cott; or ration hit
Iand bank debts to paly fli't. So It will 1:
6, to yIourj lint,eest to cevnel and settle at 0one
-in ordelr that I maliy do likewvise. . '/'heis
g, my1 ast aippuu. L. SIPSON,
- ,..*. , . . Dentist.
. T WVILpply to thu JudIEge of P';obato
.L the tbounty of Fallield on Tuesda'
.A pil 17th, 1883, for Letters isissory u
d*tihe Estato of Dr. Wm. Thorni deeatseul.
. - S. R.JOl INSTON,
a ANY job of OUJTSIDE PAINTiING,i
h e dutrable and1( prolperly dIone, cli
oln y lie so by using the be.st material 4
r PU1 ~ EbLEAt) antd UJNADUj,'EIlA'T'E
. S1SED 1)IL r. TIhese articles are no
lovr thant usual, andi PUtiE ATL,ANTI
-. ai. LOUJISVihLLE JJ'AI),- RAW. a
o BOILED) LINSR~ED.OIL, camn be htfd( I
d the Drug store of* .AK .
o Also; nb hatrol COAL TAR1 foryloo.
E?OLisIC 8AI$DLEs FOR1 $5, -$6, $7 Am
~$10. Kenoitucky Spring Metit Saddloi ^f<
1l atI~ N -L' $ ? C: D- r,OmmEn
81CBLIF14" S ALE.
B c virtue of a warrait on lienl 'n dI
ycted, I swill offer for salo bofoio tho
-Cohrt Houso doofin Winnsboro, S. C., on
.I 1 1II VAN!DAY IN APIIL NEXT,
3 witlinl tIo leval hours of sale, to the lahost
blid$10r, for CA 811, thi -- following-desl ibed
p ~ropert ', to wit:
pri:rty bushl(q4 of Cor1n, 1nore , or -less,
tthree hidred itudles qf Fodder, hure or
less, foily bualels of Cotton Sqod,. ilno)e or
I ess, and 'sinall lot- of Ilay-levied 11upon
- a. the property of III A. -1tu(ieil anlld
Caillit N. Bundrek. a,tthe suift of W. 11.
Lever, . -. , -
3 JNO. 1). MuCA]LEY,
Sherilf's Ole, -. F. C.
- Mnrel b , 1883.
SP N SPIING
OtR NEW STOCK OF
1IS ARRIVING D A I L Y.
Just opened a fine line of
NEW AND. DESIRABLE
WET . AVN kCIVED) OuR
LADIE S" l'~iS
Or' Tm: LATEST STYLES,
!FROM FIFTEEN CENTs Up.
IA. ca.ll from all :is respect
lN'T BUY A WVAOon UIL YOU SEE US3.
It w~I P"Y pyyon.
UILYSSE G. DESPOR TES.
1I avest rece1ie thu fo lowving
.......(iner P: ese -
-- Mince Mc ai sohitla'hide
t treiliL - ~ < ': ,,
* non1. , -'''.
* Corn 13ec. .
a Ne rop eo Orleamns Mtoassea.
r. ir. JW.AIS)ER 6'CO.
8.A DDLER, fUIDfL,E8 AND. IIERNECS--"WAI
d (OWn y)Inder."
-V LtSE a. inESPRQTES.
S .. FER1TIIlJiERUNI
.8A'J)I8l?ACTOR~Y P10 8
I b)eg le'ave tob anniniee.that Iam pro
>are to furnish, upon01 the miost liberal
. GERMAN KCAINIT;
d . LOA TS, FLOATS:
.A full, supply will .be.lce ways' 0'1
hand, and I respectfully as abMare 01
ONE MAN'S CASH AS
AS ANOTIIER19 AT
L L -dol & Bao's'
SUTIERIN M U S I C HOUSE.
Only House in America Selhg
PIANOS & ORGANS
On the One Price Systen.
ONE U.NIFOR1I PIRJfh to ALL AND
'HAT TILE I1W'ST KNO\N N,
. . TIh4 usutal.sy:teln .of selling P!an6s . aml1
Or,..ns 1. for the daler to charlgpany priet
he cail get (kr them without riknrit to cith
k.: i fixir prolt or the e'tistoer's interest.
But we are proud to say that t.his has never
bieen ouri miethodn of Aelling..
For the' bielt of purchasers and to se
cure them the full valuq of thelir money, wrp
l:8t.i-blished*L at tie 0set of oitr business,
-oew w cears since,
THB ONE PRIC'1 S.'sTpnxt,
and to this we attribute our Inmenso nid
prosperous trade. Selling on this square
ai, renderA It iierAti.ve .tbilt .tdo.. pric
ho the very lowest one ,h t .ci .'bo. g la.
We are pledged to this. We alw ays havo
dono it, and we always will do it. It's our
cred and ou1r practo. No other Piano and
Organ I louse dlealS.on tiN prielplo.
Our p.rlees, Iii pliii ligures, are ljaced con
tvery histrument. A child can .bty as low,
as the sharpest trade-r..; All other' louses
have "igh1.5kprlessll.nd give discounts."
The "ine Price" systei saves time 1in
tradfing, and is the only satisfactory way to
hnyer and seller; for, on the high price
Amil disconlit system, evenl though th 1ncs
tomer biuys, lie is not cure that he liias bot
AI iICE TO PFANO AND
ORGAN B uvERS.
Buy quick. Why? Beenise an advance
in. price is alost certain. Panos and
Krgaum- are on a iboom. Tho, demand ex
eeds tho sipply. All the faelories arv he
hind orders. ealers Nwith elash in hand
cannot get instruments as fast as waited.
Prices of material and lahor are idV191ncing.
The present imv prices of Pianos and Or
gans cannot continue, aad will not agaiii
rifeI Inl the, next t(.in years. Those wiho Iiy '
11ow will .ave:imonvy. Large contracts ju.t
m1ade with mIanufactiirers will elable us to
'uarranh, pre.vent prici until Juinwiry It,
d.After Uhat woecan promiso nothing.
Delays are daigeells, Magnificeit stock
200 difterent styles now in our warerooms.
Rl'ant P'ianos $200. Beanutiful organ
$50o. Easiest. Instaihnent Trermsi. Senf' on
trial. E.very nd ucemeint that .any respun -
arThh I louse enn~ otTer. Competition wvith
the wvorld. Doni't fall to send E.or our Cata
logue's and faill PriCe Lists, 1882.
SOUTHJERIN MtUSIC HOUSE,
S AVANN AI-I, G A.
.The Great, Plio3 andu Organ Deopotof the South
.- AS$ENGiElI DI*AnT'MENTi,
CoLiMmrA, S. C., November 5, 1882.
3H lA1initial linik iniSout)) parolhia i the'
. lRichmoind and Dainville system wvork.
ing to and from Charleston via the Sout.!
*N. 53. INo. 17.
Lv. Augusta ..... 7.35 a. m.............
Ar. Ciduimbla ....11.39 a. in. ?N. 5.00 a. mn
Ar. Wininsboro b. . j. i3 p. m. 7.52 a. m,
Ar. Chester '..2.17 p. m. 10.50 a. m,.
Ar. Chibarlotte d. . 4.13 p. m. .3..15 p. ii
Ar. Statesv'ille a... 7.05 p. m.n............
* *No. 52. tNo. 18.
Lv. Statesville .... 8.01) a. m.n............
I'v. Chiarlotte d. . . 2.;i0 p. m. .?.22 ai. m,
Lkv. Chester c...4.29 p. m. 9.25 a. mii
ihv. Winnisboro..i.3 p. m. 1.22 p. m.,
Lv. Columbia- b.. . 7.07 p. mn. Ar. 3i.50 p. in,
Ar~. Au"utsta..11.15 p. mi. ..,.........
*Da;lily. 4 D)ail ', exce pt Sundays.
liailroaid (or IVashi ngtoni) timo Mlteeil
minutes ahead of W''iinsboro time.
a With, all lnes to Yuid from Savannah,
Eloridla and the South anid Atlanta, Macor
and thel Southwest.
b WVith South Carolina 1Uhil1road to anli
froim Charleston h?. Nos. 52 anid 53 anid wil
e W"lth Chester and Cheraw and (ACeste
to andul fromn all points~ North, A tantle
T'i'e ce anid Ohlol. Division and Caroliin
Central Iilllad. .
o WVith Westerni luorti Carolina RtaIiroa(
for Asheville, Warmi Sprinfgs and all p,oint:
on that i ne. -
Mf. Sf,LUOllTEIl, G. P. At.
i3. CAn-nwi.r.; A. (1. P. A.
South Carolina Ral w y , .Loupany
ON andl aifter Noveiber~ 12, 1882, Passeni
~.1erIrains ili run as follows unti
further niotlec' ,. .
T..O $D.FRIO cNIIAISToNr:
tenvc Columbhia at. .*.0 a. iii. ja.55 p. in
Lea&ve Chareston... .17.00 a. mn. *4.00 p., ini
ArrIve Columnbia.....11.27 a. m,,10.05 p. id
IDIaiiy. , *D)aiIy except Slunday.
- -TO AND) IROM CAMDEN.
Leave Columbia at. .*8.00 a. rn. hiAp. ma
Arrive at Camden... 1.07 p. m: 9:25 p. im
Leave Cainiden a... .*7.00 si: *. 4.45 p. mi
Arrive at Colibia .. 11,27 a. i 10.05 j; mi
*Dally except Sundauys.
'iO AND) F?iOM AUCUSTA.
Leave Coiinmbia... .... .....:...*7.25 p. i
Arrive AuguistE ............... 7.55 a. ii
Leave Atiglistal:. .0 E. * i. l1
A rrive Columbhia: . . - 4,08 ti 10.05 p. ini
.*Daily except Sitndity;
* ,oniet.l~i QNNEC.TrONI., C
. Cnnel.lnsmade at.Columnbia with C
huimbla aind (Greenvilic RlaIlroad by trahl
.arriving. at 1 1,2t - a. nm.,. amnd dlepartting a
6.45 p. nii . onniiuon-m1iuadeu at C.. C. & A
Juncetion *ilth. Charl ptte; Columbhia a i
Augusta -Railroad by' train arrlvin,r at On
htlmbla-at 11.27 a. m.-, and dleparthmig at 6.5
p. mn., to anid from all polnts.oni both roads
with through Pnulhea,n Sleeper betwve'
Charleston and Washbiugton, via Virginli
MIdland route4 without chango. CJonniec
thon made at (charleston with steamer4 fo
New York on Wednesdaya and Saturdayt
also, with Savannah anda CIharleston Rail
road( to all polinta South.
Connietions are niade s(t AugssRta witl
Georgia Railroad and Central Ralroad t
and from ,all polntsi West an. 8oytVi
9'hftui b Tick'ota can be huidasod fo al
poinfa tiuthi nd g~~~aYn to
-. tol1t. II. Ps@*, oeneral Mnagm
D. C. ALLaN (A00. PaLs. and( TJ.icket Ageni
* ~ Char eston, 5. 0.
Evh, *CAN ONLY ENUMERATA
- SODA CIRAula
DEEP SEA MACK11EAL',
AfIso lioe., Plows, Trace Ch1118, lI
impsieio to inentioni all, but "Call fo:
___ J. H. I
I I I AVE iover had iny HlInI for
.dqlWded rather upon selling goU i at I
draW milly 1ew OneS.I
.I stJi inteind to 1dopt the pa liu
overy assertiou I make. It is Impossib]
in store. But I quotd
,PIRE D MO N T HOMESPUN,..the 1
CA I 4GO ES, at , mit-n.7 cepits-t
8110 . i-nt Vdriety and at p
CLOTHING of all syles and at a
My stock of
STAPLE AND F
Win.ps, Liquors, etc., will he sold at cor
pietsd4o shov my goo(s.
Give me1 a call at BEATY & BRC
War Remember the placo--old Sta
The long alit iciptit1 holiday rI
wit.h its hidiel ultkiro has dawned
ell(eavors to m11erit. il Autu're '(hC Voi
to ne the.111st yell, by co1su1tin' g
take this opportunity of antilounoiil
Will be sold at GOATIY I
preparation for a muo're extenl
TINADE TIIAN . IIRETOFO
PicaRe call and( examlinle miy sti
pices will conivinr ou ont. I,man
TIhianik ig my friemds for their
you all a happyli) andi p)rosperous No
IWill close out my i
at RED) U( ED) PRIG
Iarge stce'~ of
Men's, Boys' andl You
at good bargains. Be sure
QOe Hum red Barrels Flour, all Gra
Twvo Carloads Red Rust P'roof Oatk
Lardd1n Barrel's, Bauckdts and Cans, ai
supply of B3acon, Meal, PearlG(rits a
haIt always on hand, also Rlico'
Still have a few barrels Choice Now
leans8 Molasss', G'olden Syriip' alkc
Sugars-Granulated, Cut Loaf, Plvo:
Cofies-Old Government Java and I
Tea--ureen and MItci
Vinegar-White Wine arnd (ldor.
Fine Feed-splendid1 for Milch Cow
t'iows and Plow Stocks, 't'iaces, 11i
imnd Ilamne Strings, P1INv Lines g&4
I AlM pleased to infon the publIc t
have oni hand a full line of
OFFNS,9 .1U.NIAL ROB
W., sdi amDop.3bd tio do anytin
Wemd fas e bC ~ e xxtvr6iage
~ an 13-8ma
k FEW ARTIbLge NOW ON HAN .
3. DUCK WHEAT TLOU.
FLOUR, All grDA(A.
[aine Bae4' 1Ad, TokA,ts,,Brooms, etc. i*
wha you wantiand pay for what you git."
1A)DEN & BRO.
LN I'S LOW,
great , to ing' in advertlomepd, rbit haAA
uch'lilees as to satisfy my old -customers and
i, and4,.fee sure that I can como fully 4p,to
u to gvetho priooes of the numorous goods' nIave
est in th inargoett a ie'a pery"
lie last fgure, r the besL
ries ts. suft 'i %oldy.
respondingly low prloos, and I shall always be
.S,OLD STA .
nd.ptsUcaty &)3ro . -9
V YEAR TO AL
slh. co'mo and gone) and tho. Vow ,Ypev
11.)us an id as I Intend to uso'my utmost
t leral paigonage that haR been extended
t aill tmth*), e linterestol Qf mycusma'I
that from this dato mty present sitock of
,EDUCEO 'ICEb, Yn ordr to Ynaik
Ick beforo: making -vonr nrohNsecs ne
p just what I prom so in iL'I advertiseme~
very liberAl'an'd liatifyiiig favors, 1 w
aer stock of' CLOT I
ES, ini order to make rooth for
hs' Sufts. Fibie line'of Ove~N
to call at
L iTRA NINARISA~
d a I havo now in etook e gd1 l'n' d
ud Farming Implometits', Istnl as
r,r* . ldwai Traoo Cbaius, Ciovic'es'
Or- .- ,
Shovols, Breast Chains, Hle Borows'
$biidosi Back Bands; LEj1 RhIM$'
8iedos Iron, Gruindtoi, Axos.
Ferguson & lotiit' e lo ot Ploy
My soc ot UiRdCElIkh3 will 4i.
" ways' tb liopt up with notii but
* A large lot of F1iN FLOUR, bou 6
before the rotonL havance, oheap) >y
the barrel. #51 Anp>ly of "nw
UNL CASI1 'iADIN 80iCiTD.
at CROSBY M1L1TITY INSTITUTFd
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