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Waynesboro, Gtt., October 17, 1882.
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—Is it Indian summer now ?
—Mr. J. H. Wilkins, of Louisville,
Ga , was in town Monday.
The approaching season reminds us
us that that ihe time has now airived
when new outfits must he made, ward-
POINTS FROM THE MACON GRAPHIC.
—Mr. Dan Nesbitt, of this county, robes replenished, and housefurnishing
is clerking at Routzahn’s cheap store. , articles purchased. It is the time when
-Some light rains last weak, but not' M™™’ »" d «sto should be displayed
in the selection of goods wanted, so
that uo regrets will be made. The
tact that, “dollars do uot grow on trees,”
enough for the purpose of planting oats.
—A detachment of Barrett’s show
were registered at the Arlington yester
—When you so to Augu'ta, go to
W m. Mull erin & Co’s. t<> buy your
—Mr. L. B. Hatcher, of Augusta,
was in the ’boro on Monday visiuug
—Mr. John T. Wilcox and Mr. S.
R. Fulcher, of Green’s Cut, were in
— Mr. P. B. Hall is just completing
his model restaurant, and when finished
it will be one of finest in the 8tate.
—Prices of cotton to-day. October
17 : Middling, 91 ; Low Middling, 9 ;
Good Ordinary, 8] ; Ord nary, 7f.
• —This pretty weather makes the
hearts of our fanners glad, and they
gather in the fleecy staple which yet
covers the fields as snow coverereth the
--Monday morning was cool and
pleasant, and famed Italy never present-
id a b r itch ter. bluer, or more beautiful
shy than bent over us all day. It wa-'
absolutely bewilderingly gorgeous.
—We saw au old darky iu town yes
terday, with an ox, of the cashmere
species if we may judge from the length
of his hair, harnessed between the I
shafts of a.cart, loaded w ith saw-pal- 1
mttto and peavine hay—a mixture —
< Jeor_ia farmer, “how will that do for
—S. Rchwnrzweis's has an article
in to-day’s issue, which is not only of
interest to citizens of Waynesboro, but
to Burke and surrounding counties,and
we ask for it a careful perusal by all
who receive a copy of this extra. Mr.
8. has one of the fullest, finest, most
varied and elegant stocks to be found in
any city m^Jeorgia. All who contem
plate visiting ihe eireus on next Tues
day the 24th inst., are one and al re
quested to oall on Mr. Schwarzweiss an
inspect his goods, which in itself is
worth a trip across the county to see.
Remember the date of the circus, read his
article in to-day’s paper, make out, a list
of the goods you want and call on Mr.
►Schwarzweiss, he will save you enough
by buying from him to pay your way in
to the big show. •
—We clip the following items from
that spicy evening paper, the Augusta
Evening News, concerning our Fair:
“The Burke County Fair is now an assur
ed success, since the latest returns have
lieen fairly counted.” “We acknow
ledge the reception of the premium lists,
rules and regulations for the first annual
exposition of the Agricultural Associa
tion of Burke county, to commence in
Waynesboro on the Gth and close on the
9th of December next. The list is
gotten up in handsome pamphlet form,
and will draw a large orowd and many
exhibits to the fair, whioh will bo di
rected in true exposition style and open
to the wodd. The features of the dif
ferent exhibits and the racing are well
in hand, and i’ is quite sufficient augury
of success to state that Maj. W. A.
Wilkins iR at the head of tho enterprise,
lucked by all the busiipss men and by
tho estimable and energetic ludios of
— Mr. Ch.’.s. F. Shcwmnko has ac
cepted the position of clerk in the Gro
cery Department of W. A. Wilkins &
< o., taking tho position wade vacant
by Mr. Ed. DoU,
The air is very Crisp in the Third.
All ihe money the Democrats need in
the First district is Nichols.
Clements has never before Felt-on
to such a majority as he will receive
next month in the Seventh.
Though ’tis strange ’tis true. The
sharpest congressional point in the Sixth
district is Blount.
should not be lost sight, of, therefore. —The following item, which wo copy
proper economy should be studied.— from tho At ! ama Post-Appeal of recent
Ladies would do well to be sure of two id.-ite, will be interesting to nur readers;
things Before buying. First, that, they ! t apt. John Butler, of Macon, has an
are getting new, styl'sh goods. Second j atlas of Geor ia that wa= published in
ly, that they are right prices. Our; 1793. At. hat ime Jared Irwin was
buyer has ransacked the best Nor hern 1 governor of the State, and George
markets for the pr per thin, s, and we ' Washington serving the last yo‘>r of
assert and will prove, when you call , his second Presidential term. '] here
that our prices are lower than any house i were but thirteen counties
in Georgia, that our goods are the best,
that we have a bet er asso tment, and
we can furnish you with anything in
the Lry Goods or Grocery line.
Down with High Prices & Poor Shoes I
THE SENSATION OF THE SEASON!!
WM. MULHERIN AND CO.,
AT 722 AND 913 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA ,
Are slaughtering Boots. Shoes and Ilats. There are two large stores filled with Bargains,
and it will he strange If you cannot be pleased among such a variety. We offer :
Have you seen the comet yet ?
Elbert, Wilkes, Oolmnlii Richmond,
Burk ■, Effingham and Chatham wre
loca'cd between the Ogeechee and Sa
vannah rivers ; Greene, Washington
and Liberty between the Ocone‘>, Alta-
maha and the Ogeechee; Glynn and
Camden south of the Altamaha and the
St. Mary’s liver. There were but
twelve towns and villages: St. Mary’s,
Brownville, Dari* n, Sunbury, Savan
nah. Ebenezer. Elbcrton, Waynesboro,
Infants’ Lace shoes
“ “ a be.ter grade..
“ Kid and Pebble Buttoned shoes.
Children's Pebble Shoes, heels
'* A Calf Polkas, heels
“ Pebble Polkas, heels
“ Buttoned r}io«8, heels
Misses’ ! Kid Buttoned shoes
“ Pebble La.ee shoes
“ Kid slippers
“ Calf Pegged shoes
Kid Lined Serge Buskins.
10 I Ladies’ Kid Bottoned shoes
. 25 I ‘ Kid Opera slippers
. 50 | “ Kid Sandal slippers
50 | Gents’ Carpet slippers
. 50 j ’ Pebble slippers
. 00| “ Heavy Brogans
. 75 ’• Cable Sewed Congress Gaiters...
. 00 I “ Sewed Box Too Congress Gaiter;
. 1 00 1 “ Heavy Boots, solid
. 35 | “ Oress Calf Boots, solid
50 I Bovs’ Heavy Brogans
. 501 “ Dress Brogans
50 ! ’• Press Lace shoes
Moqnet slippers 75 ! Youths’ I'ipped Boots, 7 to 13
Boys’ Wool Hats
A Calf Lane shoes, sewed 00
Pebble Laee shoes, sowed 1 00
I rubble Buttoned shoes 1 00
’• Stiff Hats..
1 ” Gents Felt Ilats.
ALSO. ZEIDLER BRO’S., EVITT BROS., and MILES & SON’S,
And the most desirable lines Ladles’. Gents’, Misses’ and children’s fine shoos. We have a largo
stock of Boots, ’-hoes, Hats and Clothing in our Wholesale l)epa tment which we offer at less than
New York Jobbers’ prices. Close buyers of these goods will make a mistake if they fail to ex
amine our stocK.
WM. MULIIERIN & CO., 722 and 913 Broad St.,
sept8'82.a-m. Clothing Department No. 14 Jones St. AUGUSTA. GA.
Louisville, Augusta. Washington and
The sight will well repay you for losing | Petersburg. Louisville on tho Ogee-
your morning nap ; but it will pay you chee, was the most western white set-
better to buy your winter Dry Goods, j tlement.
Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and j *-•
Caps, Crockery, Hardware, Tinware,! Macon G raphe : Talmage has invit- j
Gruceius, etc., cfS. SchwarzwHss. jed Aleck Stephens to lecture in the
. Brooklyn Tabernacle. The newlv
J elected declined, owing to the pressure
I of duties that would be upon him this
I winter. Talmage should extend the
invitation to Governor Colquitt, who
would doubtless accept, for some time
A ou will haye to pay seventy-five in next March, as, through courtesy,
cents to see the circus, but it you will he will then be in Washington City r to
go to the store of S. Schwarzweiss’ you I witness Judge . Anderson sworn in as
will see the best di-play of Plaids, Sea j Senator.
Island Homespun. Prints, Worsted I
Dress Goods. Bleachings. Flannels, j
Sheeting, Tablecloths, Jeans, Cash- j
meres, Quilts, Blankets, Corsets, liosi-|
ery, Men’sUnderwear, Men’s and Ladies’
Ail Men A g r t
Macon Graphic; Win, Slaughter,
leader of the East Tennessee, Virginia
and Georgia Rome extension rioters,
and murderer of Mr. .John Hicks, of
Hats, Ribbons, Linen, Silk and Cotton j Paulding county, and who was arrested j
Handkerchiefs, Jewelry, Lace, p e . f u _ ! in Knoxville, Tenn , recently has been
That the best is cheapest, and especially is this true in FURNITURE.
Just see some of our nrices :
P*rh r Sets iTi Hair Cloth, Walnut Frame from 135 to $90.
The best, Raw Silk Set f*>r $05 ever offered.
Nice Walnut Chamber Sets Marble Top, $55.
The best Walnut Marble Top Set in the market Ur $65.
WE DEFY COMPETITION FROM ANY AND EVERY QUARTER.
WE ACKNOWLEDGE NO SUPERIOR,
AND FEW EQUALS, IN THE SOUTH.
Who ever heard of Cane Seat Chairs for seventy-five cents.
Extension Tables one dollar per loot.
safely 'anded in
tnery, loys, etc., in town, and they are
First-Class Goods in every respect, and Pauldin £ county,
at Prices So Low, they are astonishing.'
i Soring B*
the jail at Dallas, 1
S. Schwarzweiss’ Grocery Depart
ment is stocked with a fresh lot of
Mackerel of 1882, Fine Syrup, Fresh
Cooking Oil, Fresh Candies and Crack
ers, Flour, Sugar, starch, Soap, Potash,
and everything eise kept in a first-class
I Blackshear News and Signal; Dem
ocrats in the First Senatorial Distr ct
will now cease their bickerings and lend
their aid to digging Mr. “J ems” At-
ki«s political grave. He ought to bo
burned under 4,000 majority.
Subscriptions ar<’ fositivki.y cash
"bL A C K S M l T KING
IN AU, ITS
B HAH C H E S.
We guarantee satisfaction in every ease. Our stock of Mattresses »rd
■ Is is complete. Steam Dressed Feathers a'\vn\s on hand All
k<*d find Hupp'd free of charge. Upholstering d'*ne in all its
Our new Catalogue will be ready about October 1st.
J. U BOWIaES & OO.,
717 and 839 Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GA.
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Spr.rt 'ally •
E L P H,
831 BROAD STRICT,
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES AND WAGONS
S. Schwarzweiss is sole agent f ,r
Wayiu sboro for Paul Jones XXXX ^ Repaired at Short Notice aucl in the Best Style.
Monongohela Whisky, the best brand of
Liquor sold in Waynesboro. He keeps
in his B ir Room only first-class Wines
and Liquors, Lagor Beer, Fresh Apple p HR undersigned begs leave to inlorm
i ■.» ■ i j j • i J th e public that he is prepared to do black-
Clder, etc., and it Wish a good drink of ( smithing in all its branches, at his shop,
Wine, Liquor, Lager Be*r, Cider, or opposite Mr. S. A. Gray’s Stables, and
anything in Hint lino, ho sure and oall al | of >’ ublic 1 '«
V U G U 8 T A
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A very FULL and COMPLETE line of
S. Schwarzweiss’ Bar.
I will be pleased to have you exam
ine and see how ow 1 am selling these
goods should you wish to buy. No
trouble to show goods. Country iuer
chants supplied with goods at lowest
prices. 8. Souwauzwkjss.
orse Slicing a Specialty, and does
Ids work promptly and well. He has secured
the services of a competent carriage makerand
Wheelright, and is prepared to make yum
broken or worn Carriages’ Buggies ahd Wag
ons as good as new.
Brices to suit the times.
Give him atrial.
apr ut-o-o I. O, I’YRNS.
TAKE DUE NOTICE
\YE secured the services of a First-Class
.* nd inn now prepared to serve the people of
Waynesboro with nice Bread, hot from tin -toy*
at. 5 is-nts per loaf, everyday, between 11 amt
l o’clook. Satisfaction guaranteed.
HU*»,’8*.t-o-o. G. K. aCHKHKH.
Cook Stoves, Heating Stoves,
Tinware, Cirates etc*.
Send f*>r Circulars showing Price and Style.
W. 1 I-ELPH.
AUK bad, but they are nothlntf 1
to cure use HERBARIUM TONIC
► or sale by H. A. GUAY, Waynesboro, O.t. i
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