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k COUNTY STAR ROUTES.
1414C. From Cornwell, by Halsellville,
Crosbyville, Wolling, Feasterville,
Euckhead, and Albion, to Cornwell,
six times & week. Leave
Cornwell daily, except Sunday, at
a. m. Arrive at Cornwell by 7
14177. From Winnsboro. by Rion, Iloreb,
and Iiabb, to Long Run, twice a
week. Leave Winnsboro Monpay
and Friday at 8 a. m. Arrive at
Long Run by 3 p. m. Leave Long
rRun Tuesday and Saturday at s
a. nt. Arrive at Winnsboro by 3
14178. From Ridgeway, by Longtown,
Camden, and Smyrna, to Ridgeway,
twice a week. Leave Ridgewav
Monday and Friday at 6 a.m.
* ? ? !??/? *?+ I 'A W"? O Y\ TO
RML -TX i i ivc aw \>auiu^u m jr w m*
Leave Camden Tuesday and Sat\
urday at 6 a. m. Arrive at RidgeX
way by 2 p. to.
t 14179. From Wiiwisboro to Flint Hill,
twice a week. Leave Winnsboro
Wednesday and Saturday at 8
a. m. Arrive at Flint Hill by 12
m. Leave Fiint llill Wednesday
and Saturday at 1 p. m. Arrive
at Winnsboro by 3 p. m.
14199. From Alston, by Jenkinsville and
Lone Run. to Monticello, six times
a week. Leave Alston daily, except
Sunday, at 1 p. m. Arrive
at Monticello by 4 p. m. Leave
ilonticello daily," except Sunday,
at 8 a. m. Arrive at Alston by
11 a. m.
14228. From Columbia, by Mira, Pleas
ant, Lever, and Jennings, to
Iloreb, twice a week, i eave Columbia
Tuesday and Saturday at
8 a. m. Arrive at Horeb by 5
p. m. Leave Horeb Monday and
Friday at 8 a. m. Arrive at Columbia
by 5 p. ra.
Big Bargain House.
OPPOSITE BRAND CEHTBAt HOTEL.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
I BEG TO OFFER TO THE CITIzens
of Fairfield an
ELEGANT STOCK OF GOODS
for Fall and Winter. My purchases
have been made 5rom first hands, and
my prices will be found as low as any
2,000 yards 40-inch "Wool Suiting, at
2,000 yards 38-inch Stripe Suiting, at
2,500 yards Gray Flannels-, 36-inch at
100 pairs 10-4 Grey Blankets, at G9c.
100 pairs 10-4 White Blankets, at 69c.
50 pairs 11-4 All-Wool Blankets $4.39,
This is a Big Drive,:
Full line of Shawls, Lap Robes and
Comfort*. . ?
Boys' Qdfif Department.
50 Suits at 98c.|
25 Suits at $1.25.
50 Suits at $2.00.5
75 Suits at $2.38. J
^ 95 Suits from $3.00 to $7.00.
5 dozen SILK HATS, all latest styles,
at $2.98. Tbis Hat astonishes the
natives. All bnv who see it.
My line of STIFF and SOFT HATS
cannot be surpassed for style and
I shall appreciate a call or send me
your order. Very respectfully,
E. H. EDMUNDS, JR.
Eiihty Dollars M
WrILL BUY A GENDING COlumbas
Buggy Co's. Baggy.
Wa Kara ?r\f- the noronf?T7 nftw_ hnfr.
If C 1AC4. V \S wv/w VUV W^V?IVJ AAV 11 J ? ? ?
have the Buggies in the three leading
Gears End Spring Brewster Side Bar
and Timken. To make room any paybills
we will give very close bargains
We have a nice line of Hardware.
Meat Cutters, Fire Dogs, Shovels and
Tongs, Cutlery and light Hardware.
Lap Robes?a beautiful assortment.
Harness, Sole, Upper and Kip
Paints, Oils, Lead, Pipe fittings, and
r ai v cs.
Hereafter we will not keep Red Oil.
only Fire Proof, water white oil.
We have not room for Woodenware.
Will close out this line at a sacrifice.
MONEY TO LOAN
REAL ESTATE AM PERSONAL SECDRIT1
FAiRFiELD SAVINGS AND LOAD
Monthly instalments of one dollar s
share dues on the First Tuesday of eacl
month; a penalty attaches if not paid whei
dne * W.G.JORDAN,
Secretary and Treasurer.
I m msaay,
Imtk ?n r
j TV Tj ** ^ .a? .
! WE WANT TO CLEAR OUT THIS E
Oar stock consists of Men's, Boys'
Pants, etc., etc., in fact a compile and
tJon't Day until you see our stock i
W'Jfi ARE^THE ORIGINATORS j
the LEADERS OF LOW PRIC
placed on sale at ro slight an advance c
sells exclusively for cash in every insti
Its calculation the risk of losses from 1
Our Shoe I
is full to overflowing with Shoes to sni
poor at prices that will be sure to make
is complete, and we expect to suit ever
We will say that for a small am
class set of tools. Planes and Hand-Si
Halchett, Braces and Bits. Locks of e
I CONGRATULATE my customers i
the season comes the necessity of
machines and household decorations; ii
your attention to the bargains I offer
goods is the goods themselves. I woul<
only practical workman in the fnrnituri
experience and knowledge of local tas
will find mine the largest and hands
cnnorior. mv Dolicv beins: to sacrifice a
V?.r?....v J r V
the confidence of my customers
I desire it to be known that I handle
a low price and give the best a' tide the
short-sighted policy lor any merchant t<
at the expense of his reputation. My 2
bargains, but by the satisfaction that c
wear. $0 come to the First-Class Furr
bargains, and find more than one car-lc
better anywhere. We are leading the
want more, so come and be convinced 1
We are again; this
tention to our line (
which are pret'. aji
same time at price*
Our stock of FUR]
and it will be to yoi
r . come to see us befoi
G SALE. |
November It, j
! A SPECIAL SALE OF
EPARTMENT, AND WILL THEREOFFER
and Children's Suits, Overcoats, Extra
Ltid Isarn our price?.
ce & Ketchii.
kND HAVE BEEN FOB ONE YEAR
ES. Our goods are marked when first
>n cost as only a house can afford that
ince, and consequently eliminates from
bad debts and other expenses from a
t the old, the young, the rich and the
; them go quick.
y one as to price and quality.
5 AND FARMERS.
ount of money you can procure a firstiws
at 25c. and 40c. Chisels, Hammers,
sverr description from 6c. up.
CTOR NEW YORK RACKET STORE
ipon the return of the fall season. With
replacement of old furniture, sewing
n view of these facts, therefore, I direct
: mdeed the best advertisement of the
3 have you remember too that I am the
e business, and have hid a long business
tes as to the selection of goods. You
omest stock of furniture, and with no
margin for profits rather than sacrifice
' ? * -A -->1 - 1.
no cheap goods as to quatuy, dm sen ?i
i market affords for tae money. It is a
) mate a reputation for low price goods
lim is to satisfy buyers, not by alluring
omes from the test of goods by actual
litnre Store, where you will get the best
iad Irom which to select. You can't do
trade, and the crowd i3 with us, yet we
before yon buy elsewhere.
tine calling- vour at)f
d curable, and at the
\ tbt will enable yon
JflfURE is complete
lr interest to come to
JIG & CO,
LADIES. NOW IS Y<
9V WW OTP 'mor WW *
We will commence a grand sal
TIVELY AT COST.
/A , ,1 T i
uwing to tne snort crops
to close them out. Remembei
after this date.
q. d. ~v
MILLINERY - Bffllj
AT THE LEADING MILL I trnnTr
i \Tn rr rfAATM*
JMCJJXX jlUJL/XJlilVX UWVJ/O
CALL and be suited. You can always
find the latest styles of choice goods
at the lowest figures made up audtrimmed
by Hiss Graser, a most competent and
reliable Milliner, who has bee"1 with us
several seasons, giving satisfaction gen.
erally to friends and customers, and is
always pleased to serve them. All w?
?-sk is a call before purchasing elsewhere.
.1 f) "RO Afr
A full line of Dry Goods, Groceries,
Furniture and other goods in the general
merchandise line always to be found at
J. O. BOAG'S.
If you want a good Jump or Turnout
Seat Carriage, Double or Single Buggy
with or witheut top, or Cart. Single or
Double Harness, immediately from the
factory, give me a call. I have been
handling these goods for the past eight
years and n? complaint. The best goods
on the market for the least money and for
sal? only by
Headquarters fer the best Family Sew-1
ing Machine on the marhet. The
Imjpei ffifl-ira tows,
the only Vertical Feed Machine. Several
hundred in daily use in Fairfield County,
giving universal satisfaction. Also agent
for the New Home, the Favonte and other
sewing machines, lor sale as low as the
lowest by J. O. BOAG.
A big lot of No. 1 COOKING STOVES
and utensils just from tlis foundry and
for sale cheap fer cash.
J. 0. BOAO.
RICHMOND AND DANVILLE R.It
SOUTH CAROLINA DIVISION.
Condensed Schedule in Effect June '
TRACTS RUN BY 75TH MERIDIAX TIME. 1
North Bound. No. 51. No. 53. i
Lv. Augusta, 6.15p.m. 8.45a.m |
Lv. GranitevUle, 7.53p.m. 9.30a.m
Lv. Trenton, 7.55p.m.l0.05a.m
Lv. Johnston's 8.i3p.m.l0.23a.m
Lv. Columbia, 10.35p.m. 12.50p.rn
Lv. Winnsboro, 12.16 a.m. 2.35p.m
Lv. Chester, 1.20a.m. 3.42p.m.
Lv. Rock Hill, 2.03a.m. 4.24p.m
Lv. Charlotte, 3.13a.m. 5.20p.m
Tiv. Salisbury. 6.22a.m. 7.05p.m
Lv. Greensboro, 8.00a.m. 8.40p.m
t ? "4 th-n -m KHam
Lv. Washington, 7.13p.m. 6.50a.m
Lv. Baltimore, 11.25p.m. 8.20a.m
Lv. Philadelphia, 3.00a.m.l0.47a.m
Ar. New York, 6.20a.m. 1.20p.?
South Bound. No. 52. No. 50.
Lv. New York, 4.30p.m. 12.15njt
Lv. Philadelphia, 6.57p.m. 7.20a.ia
Lv. Baltimore, 9.30p.m. &.45a.m
Lv. "Washington, 11.00p.m. 11.24a.m
Lv.Kichmond, 2.30a.m. S.OOp.m
Lv. Greensboro 9.50a.m. 10.37p.m
Lv. Salisbury, 11.23a.m. 12.32ngt
Lv. Charlotte. 1.00p.m. 2.20a.m
Lv. Rock Hili, 1.57p.m. 3.17a.m
Lv. Chester, 2.40p.m. 3.53a.m
Lv. Winnsboro, 3.39p.m. 4.59a.m
i ? rts.i.iTn'MA n If)r> m KKn m
juv. v/yiumwiHf w.VVM(aM .
Lv. Johnston's 7.39p.m. 8.57a.m
Lv. Trenton. 7.55D.m. 9.14a.m
Lv. Graniteville, 8.24p.m. 9.30a.m
Ar. Augusta, 9.05p.m. 10.30a.m
(viaS. C.R.R.) a,30p.m. li.eoa.m.
(via Cent. R. R.) 0.30a.m. 5.4?p.m
THROUGH Ci-R BERVICE.
Pullman Palace Cars between Augasta
and Greensboro on Nos. 50 and 51.
Pullman Buffet Parlor Car on 52 and 53
between Augusta and Charlotte. , I
T TAVT.ni? 1
o xj. iiAJ.
General Passenger Agent.
D. CARD WELL, D. P. A., I
Columbia, S. C.
OUR CHANCE TO B1
)R A LITTLE MONE7
r, . wmmm
e of all our FINE COLOR
and our IMMENSE STOCK ii
r, now, that you will find these
GENUINE imported Otard.
Dupuy Co.'s 10 years!
ftENUINE imported Otard,
Dupuy Co.'s 6 years old
Grin ta Grapo Brandy
FIVE YEARS OLD.
FOR SALE BY
u ut uat)i?\trnnt
r. W . JJL-dLJJ JLiU J. V7JJL X 5 I
BIG MffE OF
TTT V&'P C TIECPnnTPC
VlliUUU Uai/JJUA VUAUU
HORSES, MAKES AJfD
A TT. n?i?oAno hovinor hrtllfrht MllleS
'"n o ? -
and Horse from the undersigned last
spring, and giving their notes payable
on the first of October and November,
will please be ready to meet the 6ame,
as full lament will be required.
I will" buy old Plug Horses and
1..4U fn t- nAnr A I cn all
UULIl 1AL AUU ^/VVft AAtWVJ ma
grades of catrie, from a sackling calf
to a work ox.
Bring in your cash and make the old
man happy. ~
WDTNSBORO. 3. C.
Fine Seed Wheat for Sale.
i \ALL AiNli
10- JAMES PAGAN. 1
LTY A FINE DRESS I
<r .* n,
ED DRESS GOODS POSIt
tViic linp. wp Hn this in order
i Goods on our front counter
) & GO.
SANDERS, HAHAHAN k ATHCAST,
ATIORNtetS-A't - LAW,
WINNSBOBO, S. V.
Praeticee in al the State andUaite*
SF~Office upstairs in Bank buildiigt
JAS. GLENX McCAOTS,
No. 1 ULW BANGS,
^"Practices in the State and United
OSMUND W. BICHAMAI,
No. 7 Law Rauge,
WINNSBOBO, S. C.
Practices in all United States and State
Courts. Special attention to corporate
and insurance law.
A. 8.AW.D, DOUGLAIS,
ATTORNETSJ-AND COOHSELLOBSfAT LAW,
No. 6 Law Range,
WIN5TSBOEO, S. C.
Practice in the State and United St'ea
E. B. Ragsdale. G.W. Rakssals.
RAGSDALE & RAGSDAL
&TTOXNSYS AX9 S8
No. 2 Law Kamj;#,
WINN8BOKO, 8. C.
HENRY N. OBEAR,
No. 5. LATV Eikcb,
WINNSBOltO, 5. C.
CPractices in the Stat# amd limited States
J E. McBokald, C. A. Douglass
Solicitor Sixth Circuit.
McDONAU) & DOUGLASS,
kTTnVVTT* tim miTWSTITJ/?S AT T AW
Nos. 3 and 4Law Range,
WINNSBORO,' S. C.
Practice In all the State and. Fmitod
H. A. GAELLAKD,
WINffSBORO, S. e.
Office up-stairs over J. M. Beaty &
WE OFFER FOR SALE FOR THE
NEXT SIXTY DAYS Wagons and
Buggies at a close margin for cash. Wa
sell the celebrated
m AMflANMArt TIFrt IVA11 ,
And are sole asrents in this territory for the
well known \
C0IDHB1S BDGGY CO.'S
A nice line always on hand. We are still
in the lead as ;he Low Price Cash Grocery
w. jr. doty & co.
COOKING & HEATING STOVES
always on hand.
Also, tinware, hollow-ware
Jars, Flower-Pots, and general household
STOVES, ;mTWA?E, BEPAIBED
Ju work guaranteed tirst class. jsrerything
at prices to suit the times.
When in town give me a call. Oe? doof
north of P. Landecke Bro.'s.
W. W. KETCHIN, Agt.
.Successor toJ. H. Cumminjji.