The True Citizen,
A Live Weekly Paper on Live Issues Published
Every Friday Morning, at Way
nesboro, Ga., bv the
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Waynesboro, Git., November 10, 1882.
All contract advert tsetner
All eonmvHnieatlons for per
be charged for as advertisements.
Advertisements to occupy special places
be charged 25 pur cent, above regular rates.
Notices in local and business column 5 cts
per line ; in local too s. per line, each insertion
For terms apply at thl.s office.
J Z Brinson, W Wimberly, Robt
Chandler, W O Crymes, W R Cox, J
E Carswell, Thos Cates, R H Burton,
J B Heath, S E Perkins, J F McEl-
murray, James Brinson, R 0 Neely, J
W Rhodes, B F Bargeron, G A Green,
G N Palmer, S A Gray, J T Reeves,
1 Elias Bell, F M Allen, Henry W Jones
E A Carter, W F Walton, J R Rodgers
James Attaway, John W Reynolds, O
G Tarver, Win Chandler, E M Avrett,
T J Burton, J J Boyd
traverse jury—1st week
W A Tomlin, Nathan Smith, F F
Jones, W A Mullen, J G Glisson, A J
Redd, W W Cox, G W Godbee, G B
Preskitt, R W Hillis. J F Bradshaw,
J times R Godbee, Abner Belcher, J M
Godbee, B F Ellison, A G Hardwick,
H H Hickman, J R Volaton. F M Cates
R H Heath, D J Dixon, W M Reynolds
W T Atkinson, W R Lester, C T> In
man, J A Polbill, G. O Buxton. 11 T
Atkinson. Ed Fulcher, W R ('handler,
Simeon. Wimberly, G W Reeves, J W
Carpenter, J W Cox, D J Smith, John
Rogers. J E Murphey, R .J Ellison, W
T Moody, W S Godbee, T H Jones.
Dawson Buxton, A H Sconyers, T 1)
Joiner, J B Gregory, 0 H Hillis, Mar
shall Perkins, G W Clarke
TRAVERSE JURY—2d WEEK.
N S Wallace, W T Brinson, G B
Roberson, T H Symes, A L Brown, B
H Eve, Willis Armstrong, M E Green,
B. W Hext, W J Hatcher. T J Tant,
Wash Tiler, James Hillis, W J Cates,
B Avrett, H V Joiner, Jas Belcher,
C W Hurst, J F Buxton, D B Dixon,
H P Foster, Harry Jones, W R Allen,
8 L Ellison, B F Rogers, J G Green, M
J Palmer, J A Lambert, L J Belt, W
B Johnson, S C Wallace, L E Jones, R
A Allen, B F Ellison, John Bargeron,
T S Clark.
—When you oo to Augu-ta, go in
Wm. MulLerin & Co’s, to buy your
j\ ew A ttr actions
ADKINS HOUSE, Down with High Prices & Poor Shoos!
811 Ellis Street,
Opposite Odd Fellows’ HaR. Augusta. G-a
A. J. ADKINS^ Jr., Prop.
Ths Music House of the South
Newly furnished, centrally located. Conveni
ent to depots, post offh e, and business portion
of cit y Hot and cold Initlis atl nulled to rooms.
First-class tables, clean rooms and bedding.
Terms moderate. uet.20’82.tf..
THE SENSATION OF THE SEASON ! t
WM. MULHERIN AND
AT722 AND 913 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA ,
Vianos, Organs, Musical
G. If U.—E. I. O. M.-I. P. Q S.
An extended visit among tho principal piano
an<! orgfl.1) tactorie-. has enabled us to make the
llnest selection ol instruments ever brought
Our stock, which will bo replenished weekly
from tho best manufacturers, wi.l he the largest
and most complete in the South.
Our prices the lowest and terms of ray-
merit the easiest ever offered.
Sheet music and music books—large discount
from publisher’s prices. Rest Italian strings,
and everything desired in the line ot music.
Save money by visiting or corresponding with
O. .Robinson A Co.
831 Broad St., Auuusta, Ga.
From this date the services of Mr. O. H. Taylor,
as tuner and repairer for us terminate. ,411 or
ders for,same will receive the prompt attention
of Mr. T. Harry Oates, who guarantees entire
satisfaction. G. O. Robinson & Co.
Augusta, Ga.. October 3, 1882.
Are slaughtering Boots. Shoes and Hats. There aro two large stores filled with Bargains.
and it will be strange if you cannot be pleased among snch a variety. We offer
Infants’ I.ace shoes
“ • “ a be.ter grade, .. ..
" Kid and Pebble Buttoned shoes.
Children’s Pebble Shoes, heels
“ A ( ulf Polkas, heels
“ Pebble Polkas, heels
“ ” Buttoned shoes, heels
Misses’ 1 Kid Buttoned shoes
“ l’ebblo Lace shoes
Ladles’ < ‘loth Buskins
*• Kid slippers..,
*’ < nit' Pegged shoes
KM Lined Serge Buskins..
“ Vnquot slippers
*■ A Calf Ljire shoes, sewed
11 Pebble Lace shoes, sewed.
“ I I’ubble Buttoned short*.
1 00 1
Ladies’ Kid Bottoned shoes
‘ Kid Opera slippers
“ Kid Sandal slippers.
Gents’ Carpet slippers
‘ Pebble slippers
“ Heavy Brogans
“ (’able Sewed Congress Gaiters.,...
“ Sewed Box Toe Congress Gaiters
“ Heavy Boots, solid
“ Oress Calf Boots, solid.. ...
Boys’ Heavy Brogans
•• Dress I.ace shoes
•Youths’ fipned Boots, 7 to 13.
Gouts’ and Boys’ Wool Hats...
*• Stiff Hats
“ Gents Felt Hats
ALSO, ZEIGLER PRO’S., EVITT BROS., and MILES & SON’S,
' three sir
u. 1, (enough I
it a month,)
No. 2, (sufficient"toeffect
a permanent cure, unless in #70. i
per ere oases,) $5 \ No. S,
over three uionthi, will restore ]
in the wont condition,) $1. Sent by^
mall, In plain wrappers. Full Direc-
Hon* for using will CO company <
And the most desirable lines Ladles’, Gents*, Misses* and children’s fine shoes. We have a larjf*
stuck of Hoots. Shoes, Hats and Clothing in our Wholesale Department which we offer at less than
New York Jobbers’ prices. Close buyers of these goods will make a mistake If they fail no ex
amine our stock.
WM. MULHERIN & CO., 722 and 913 Broad St.,
sept8‘82.a-m. Clothing Department No. 14 Jones St. AUGUSTA, GA.
Prcyarwl and Sola OltULtC tiy
HARRIS REMEDY CO.Mfg.Chemists,
Market and 8th 8t$., 8T. L.OUI8, MO.
TIIE ONLY QUIET PLACE.
A Wountana man, who is vouched for
by tho Helena papers as of “well
known veracity,” has discovered in the
Yellow Stone national park, a gorge
where the atmosphere is absolutely a
non conductor of sound. The gentle
man's first intimation of this very sin
gular condition of things wns received
«q hi* attempting to call out to a com
panion .who was some distance behind.
Although he experienced all the sensa
uons of nttering a lusty yell, not-41
sound was heard. His horse attempts
ed to whinoey, but the deep dead stilL
uess was unbroken. While he was
meditn#ig on the situation, a panther
jumped from some bushes near by, and
erouched fur a spring. The He eua
man brought his gun to his shoulder,
and pulled tho trigger. The animal
was badly wounded and dragged itself
into the bushes, but neither the report
•ol' the gun nor any other sound was
heard. What a place for a sewing so
ciety t—Chicago Inter Ocean.
Invites the attention of the buying public to his well selected stock of
All Men Agree
That the best is cheapest, and especially is this true in FURNITURE.
Just see some of our nrices:
P rh r Sets i!i Hair CLth, Walnut Frame from $35 to $90.
The bent Raw Silk Stt f<»r $65 ever offered.
Nice Walnut Chamber Sets, Msrble Top, $55.
The best Walnut Marble Top Set in the market for $65.
Fashionable Pry Goods,
Furnishing (roods, Ac., Ac,
In our Dress Goods Department may be found all the leading styles in the newest
WE DEFY COMPETITION FROM ANY AND EVERY QUARTER.
WE ACKjnOWLEDGE^NO SUPERIOR,
AND FEW EQUALS, IN THR SOUTH.
Who ever heard of Cane Seat Chairs for seventy-five oeets».
Extension Tables one dollar per foot.
shades, embracing Flushes, Velvets, Cilk Ottomans, Satins, Plain und Brocaded Yelveteens
Besides a magnificent line of Dress Fabrlea, ranging in price from 9 cents to ®2 per yard.
While I desire moie especially to call your attention to my Dress Goods Department,
I would say that the other Departments have not suffered for want of aiteution, as I have
spared neither time nor money to have them open up to the full standard. You are cordi
ally invited to visit ^filler’s Corner, .lugusta, Ga.
We guarantee satisfaction in every case. Our Mock of Mattresses and
Spring Beds is complete. Steam Dressed Feathers always on hand All
goods packed and shipp'd free of charge. Upholstering done in all it*
branches. Our new Catalogue will be ready about October 1st.
J. L. BOWLES Ac CG.,
.pptl5,’82.b y. 717 and 839 Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GA.
SELLING a WIFE.
Nhw York, NoveriTber 4.—At
Mount Vernon, on June 5, 1881, Ed
ward Lantern, in jest, sold his wife,
Mary K. Lautern, to Ferdinand Jansen
for $t. Mrs. Lautern chose to consider
that her husband had disposed of all in-
1 crest in her, und against her protest,
went to live with Jansen. Lautern
lhoo sued for an absolute divorce, as
sorting that hw wife had been unfaith-
id to him long before the sale, and that
the sale, which he had thought a joke,
a piece of nonsense, wap in reality the
outcome of a conspiracy between her
aud Jansen, who had made him their
unwilling tool. A referee reported in
favor of granting Lautern an absolute
divorce, and in Supreme Court cham
bers, Judge Barrett confirmed the re
Stand* at the Head!
That it is the acknowledged Lea
der in the Trade is a feet that can
not. be disputed. Many imitate it.
None equal it. Thebrgest armed,
the lightest Running, the most
AND IS WARRANTED
Boston, November 1.—Last spring,
a Frenchman, named Goodenough, left
Greenville for the wooes at the hi ad of
Moose Lane in Maine. Last week a
skeleton, supposed to bo his, was dis
covered with both hands caught iu a
boar trap. He had evidently got
caught in the trap, and no assistance
being near died from starvation.
To be made of the bc^t material.
To (b> any and all kinds of work.
To be complete in everv respect,
y & Co., Waynesboro, Ga. Agents wanted in unoc-
For 8 ih* by Pule
cupied territory. Address: Domestic Sewing Machine Co. Richmond, Va
JAMES G. BAILIE & SONS
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Chromes & Upholstery Goods. Window Curtains
<fe Shades, Wall Paper* ife Borders, Choice Family Groceries <fc Plantation
Old Stand JAMES 0. BAILIE & BROTHER,
205 Broad street, Augusta
may 19 ’33.b-v.
D E L P
A very FULL end COMPLETE line of
look Stove?, Heating Stoves,
Tinware, Grates etc.
Send for Circulars showing Price and Style.
W. I. DELPH.
ARE bad, but they are nothing
to euro use HERBARIUM TONIC
For sale by S. A. GRAY, Waynesboro, Oa.
Sub’cribe for The Citizen.
•Lohn D. Ashton,.
Attorney ot L