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GROWTH OF THE SOUTH.
The Industrial Development in the AYeek
Ending June 13.
There are no unusually large enterprises
to be reported as organized during
the past -week 111 the Southern
States, hut the everage has been well
sustained. The very encouraging crop
reports now being received, resulting
from the plentiful rains of the past
few dars warrant the assertion that j
the industrial outlook for the South i
never was brighter.
The Tradesman, Chattanooga. Tenn..
in its weekly review for the week
ending June 13, reports 36 new industries,
6 new buildings, 9 new railroads,
2 extensions of railroads, and 1 street
railroad. Among the most important
new industries as reported to the
Tragesman, are the following: brick
works at "Waterloo. Ya.. with $100,000
capital; a carriage factory at Dallas,
Tex.; cotton mills at Cherry rille, X.
C., and LaFayettc, Ga.; development
. companies at Nashville, Tenu., Peterborough,
Virginia, and Middleborough,
Ky.; the latter with$2,000,000capital;
flouring mills at Mt. Sterling, Ky.,
and Newport, Ark.: a foundry with
$150,000 capital at Atlanta, Ga., and
one at Way cross, Ga.; a gin and mill
factory at Memphis, Tenn., and at
Loma Vista, Texas.; glass works at
Charleston, W. Va., with $100,000 capital,
and at Willsburg, W. Va.; kaolin
works at Sylva. X. C.; machine shops
at Alexander City and Birmingham,
Ala., the latter with $100,000 capital,
and one at Covington, Va., capitalized
at $200,000; mines are to be opened at
' Kymulga and Trussville, Ala., and
Lynchburg, Va.: an oil company with
$200,000 capital at Sheffield, Ala.:
phosphate wox-ks at Richmond, Va.,
and Jacksonville, Fla.; a co-operative
harness factory at Dallas, Texas; scale
works nanitelized at ?100.000 at Mid
dlesborough, Kr., and woodworking
plants at Alexander City, Ala.. Dallas,
Texas, YVilliamston, N. Middles,
borough, Ky., and Kanawha City, \Y\
Charters for railroads have been
asked for at Fredericksburg, Va.,
Little Kock, Ark., Jacksonville, Ala.,
Paris, Texas, Parkersburg, "W. Ya.,
and Pikeville, Tenn.; extensions are to
be built at Atlanta, Ga., and Gadsden,
Ala., and a street road at Florence,
South. Carolina Kailway Company.
/COMMENCING May 31, 1891, at 2.5o
? i w.:?l n^ -fr\\ 1 C
in., mc tiaiiio win iua ?ttn ivnviic
MA.IX LINE TO AUGUSTA.
Leave Charleston... 6.50 a m 0.00 p m
Leave Branchville... 9.00 a m 8.05 p m
Arrive Augusta 11.50 a m 11.15 p m
AUGUSTA 10 CHARLESTON.
s.oo a in '.>.10 p m 4.30 p m
10.59 a ill 2.5 > ;i ill 8 05 p m
1.15 pm 7.30 am 10.13 pm
MAIN LINE AND COLUMBIA DIV.
o.i>u a m 0.40 a m 3.00 p m
Leave Branchville 7.30 a m 7.13 pm
9.43 a m 10.00 a m 10.10 p m
Arrive Camden 10.33 am*
*Dailv except Sunday.
COLUMBIA DIV. AND MAIN I INE.
Leave Camden 3.09p m*
Leave Columbia 0.30 a m 3.43 p m
Leave Branchville S.3C a m 7.?0 p m
Arrive Charleston 11.08 a m U.30 p m
Daily cxcept Snndav.
CAMDEN AND COLUMBIA ACCOM.
C VUIUiiiUia. a ui
Arrive Camden 10.55 a mt
Leave Camden 5.00 p mf
Arrive Columbia, 7.15 p mt
Arrive Charleston 9.30 p mf
Connections made at Columbia daily to
ana from Charlotte, also Cincinnati and
the North, and to and from Asheville, Hot
Springs and the West. Daily except
Sunday to and from points on the C. & G.
Div., It. & D. R. K. Connects at Charleston
Monday, Wednesday and Friday with
Clyde steamships for New York and for
Jacksonville, Fla. Connects daily at
Charleston with C. & S. lly. for all points
a r> \rrr.T/KT> t; t
Columbia, S. C.
S. B. PICKETS;Gen. Pass. Agt:
C. M. WARD, Geij. Manager,
Charleston. S C.
RICHMOND AND DANVILLE 11.II
SOUTH CAROLINA DIVISION.
Condensed Schedule in Effect Hav 31,
TRAINS RUN BY 75TH MERIDIAN TIME.
North Bound. No. 12. No. 10.
Lv. Savannah, 11.30p.in 6.40a.m
Lv Charleston, l0.00p.ni. G.50am
l.v. Augusta. 10.45a.m. T.OOd.ib
Lv. Granitevillff, 11.17a.m. 7.32p.m
Lv. Trenton, 11.45a.m. S.22p.m
Lv.Johnston's ii.5fa.nj. SoGp.m
Ar. Columbia, 1.45p.m 10.35 p.m
Lv. Columbia, 2.00p.m. ll.OOp.m
Ar. Wincsboro, :;.42p.m. I2.5ia.m
Ar. Chester, 4.52p.m. 2.02b.iu.
Ar. Rock Hill. 5.34p.m. 2.52a.m
Ar. Charlotte, 6.30p.m. 4.00a.m
Ar. Salisbury, 8.45p.m. T.OOa.m
* r. Greensboro, 10.40p.m.. 8.52a.m
Ar Richmond, T.OOa.m. 4.i0p.m
Ar. Washington, 10.25a.m. 7.50p.m
Ar. Baltimore, 12.05a.m. 11.25p.m
Ar. Philadelphia, 2.20p.m. 3.00a.m
Ar. New York, 4.50p.m. ti.20a.p>
South Bound. No. 9. No. 11
Lv New York, 12.15ngt4.30p.m.
Ly. Philadelphia, :;.50a.m 6.57p.m.
L?. Baltimore, 6.50a.m 9.:'.0p.m
Lv.Washington, 11.15a.m. li.OOp.m
L v. Richmond, :>.00p.m. 2.55a.m
Lv. Greensboro lo.50p.in. 10.28a.ru
Lv. Salisbury, j2,30a.m. 11.54a.m
Lv. Charlotte 2.20a.m. l.55p.m
Lv. Rock Hill, ;t.l4a.m. 2.45p.m
Lv. Chester, 3.56a.a. ?.25p.m
Lv. Winnsboro, 4.57a.m. 4.19p.m
Ar. Columbia, (>.20a.m. 5.40p.m
Lv. Columbia. ti. 45a.m. 5.55p.m
Lv. Johustou's S.44a.:n. 7.40p.ru
Lv. Trenton, 9.02a.m. 7.54c.ui
Lv.Graniteville, 9.35a.m. 8.27p.n
Ar. Augusta, 10.20a.m. 9.10p.m
Ar. Charleston ll. Sa.m. ? >:0p.m
Ar. Sarannah 6.20p.m. ti.09a.ni
THROUGH CAR SERVICE.
Pullman cars between Greensboro, N.C.,
and Augusta on Traius 9 audio. Train
12 conenccts at Charlotte wuh Washington
and Southwestern vestibule limited
train No. and vestibule train No. 37
southbound connects at Charlotte with
S. C. Division No. 9 for Augusta.
J. A. DODSON,
JAS. L. TAYLOK,
;General Passenger Agent,
Washington, I). C.
p. CARDWELL,1). P. A..
uoiuniDia, ; >. c.
3L C. WILLI:
W. B. 3IOOKL, Treasurer.
U. E. 5PENCEU.
T. V. McLAIX.
LARGEST BUILDERS in the South
use these goods?
1. Because they are made of finest ma
2. Because they are unsurpassed in st
o. Because they are made by Southcri
South for Southern Folks. Southern j
our way to strength.
Every job Carriage. Phaeton, Surrey,
Our agent? are authorized to guarantc
ship or material.
IXSPiX T AXI> B
Remember, the greatest economy is g
of clothes is high at any price. P'or sal
Proprietor Wiunsboro Wagon Works,
\\7K have closed down our Oil Mill!'
VV to buy seed for cash, or exchanV
i he>m Tn coinnarimr the value of oottoi
tilizer?, Prof. Hilgard, of Mississippi, s
especially when previously 'heated' or
blv the least effectual mode of emplovii
for a variety of reasons, of which thee!
hall constitute very serious obstacles to
promotes decay, and of the rootlets seel
that when the seed is used in such a i
these obstacles. It may lie in the soil f<
change; we shall find the hull almost
inside, enclosing all the soil ingredients
crop. All that it does the first season if
j in fermentation, while the most importf
bear its own interest. This evil is enhs
which materially obstructs decay, the k
like sardines or olives inside its null."
that the soil ingredients 'be present'; tl
be put in the right place. Manure, to b
readily mixed with the soil around and
tion requires rapid and complete decay
lorin. Both are most advantageously i
substantially all the soil ingredients of
cept the smal! amount contained in the
"The high value of cotton seed cake i
chemical composition, is amply confirrr
is greatly to be preferred to the raw set
version of the latter into cake meal on
If you have any seed on hand now or
bring them in and exchange them for r
contain plant food in a readily available
this season by applying them either be
vou have cows to teed, vou will find co:
<* . 1- a J'a c;.. T R T ot
D6St 01 StOCK IUUU. niiu, on v. j~>.
of cotton seed meal fed to a steer will }
Remember that we have three grade!
which yon can select such as will suit y
zcr.z," says \Y\ E. Stone, chemist of the
be effective must supply to the soil, and
rials as are required by the demands of
A fertilizer is after all a supplement to
made by the production and removal o
on insufficient food is poor economy. '
are already there in abundance is a wa
therefore, requires kuowledge on two p
the crop to be produced and the ability
with regard to the composition of fertil
roeut the deficiencies of the soil."
II we cannot suit you in iuc giavico ?
a fertilizer containing any relative pei
nitrogen, phosphoric acid and potash?1
l5r~S. D. Dunn, Manager, will have h
the cash business of the concern. Time
M. W. Doty, or D. V. "Walker, at the st
Ib ire ii tie Race
IlilliiF and Dim iGoods.
\\J E hav*4 just received another large
VV lot of beantiful Flowers andaj
complete assortment of Ladies' Hats, i
embracing Xew Shapes that have come j
out since tne beginning- ox mu seasyu. .
We believe we have the largest and J
prettest lot of
in town and will be glad to show |
them to von. Our line of
we think, is hard to down. Our un-j
orecedenteu sales this season arc very i
flattering, and onr customers will j
always find us ri^ht as to the Limes 111 (
styles, quality and prices.
Yours to please,
D. LAUDERDALE. !
Savino's and Loan Association.!
"WIXXSBOUO, S. C'.
Paid Up Capital anl Frosts. - - $40,000
Capital SnliscriM - - - - $81,400
Does a <;exeual baxkix^ busi- .
Jicss. Solicits the accounts of Individuals,
Finns find Corporations. Four
per cent interest paid on ^villus deposits.
Ii/.mv.- <j v \r. tn !i
o'clock 1'. M
W. C. DEA.TY, President.
JAMES Q. DAVIS, Cashier.
rrnjTC T> A mnv hofruM on f!> at o<w
XfllD JT ilx r d rir & Co*? >iewsp:ijH?t
A dvvrtisiotc Bureau < 10 Spruce Sc.),where ad vert King ^
VuuUdUd jJ+Ckf l*> u*a*j& U J "" v' K W ^ OiXiik?
JOS. F. WALLACE, Vice-President. !
J 1\ C15LI\ Sccreturv.
C. M. PARUOT.
tsg-g-y Co. J
r.r line light vehicles. Why you should
.terial and skilled labor.
vie, durability anil lini>h.
11 people of Southern Timbers in tho
rotecion by Southern production is
, Cariolet or Buggy i.s guaranteed to
:c and repair nv defects in workman;K
et your money's worth. A $5.00 suit
e ot Wmnsboro, S. by
, and dealer in everything on wheels.
n Seed Meal and
or the present season, but will continue
e Cotton Seed Meal or Fertilizers foi
n seed meal and the whole seed as fcrays:
"The use of whole cotton seed,
buried too deep for sprouting, is probatig
ihat excellent fertilizer; and this,
lief are the following: 1. The furze or
the access both of the moisture, which
king for nourishment. It thus happens
manner, that sprouting fails to remove
r?r a t.wftlve month, with little or no
intact, with a black, shrunken kernel
, safe from the demands of the growing
; to stimulate the soil- by gases formed
int portion has lain idle, aud failed to
meed by?2d. The oiliness of the seed,
ernel being, as it were, 'put up in oil',
Continuing, he says: "It is not enough
tiev must be in the right condition and
ie profitable, must be capable of being
beneath the plant. The former condi;
the latter a powdery or granulated
ulfilled in oil cake meal, which contains
the seed from which if. was made, exbull
LIJLC&L US' i3> 1CI f AO ijxvil*-/jr 4
led by experience." "The fact that it
;a it represents, should render the cone
of the matter-of-course operations of
should you have any left after planting,
neal or fertilizers irom which, as they
: form, you can get immediate returns
fore or after planting your cotton. If
[ton seed meal one of the cheapest and
ves is authority for saying that one ton
produce thirty dollars worth of manure.
5 of excellent fertilizers for sale from
our land and pay you best. "FertiliExperiirient
Station of Tennessee, "to
hence to the growing crop, such matcthe
latter and are lacking in the soil.
ilirt ^,>;i ? Q tn l-onliiPP fllA drflff*
I Ut CUli Cfc UVWVwH IV *V^/4UVV V..V v..
f crops. To attempt to producc crops
ro supply materials to the soil which
stc. The intelligent use of fertilizers,
oints: 1. with regard to the needs of
of the soil to supply these needs; 2.
izers used and their ability to supplere
have prepared we will make to order
rcentages of the necessary elements:hat
you may desire.
OIL AND FERTILIZER VO.n
is office at the mill and will transact all
: sales will be made by \V. It. Doty,
ore ol W. JC. JJotv* x Uo.
| The Press
FOB 1 8 J) 1.
| DAILY. SUNDAY. WEEKLY.
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ual of'the Metropolis.
A Newspaper for the Masses,
Founded December l, 18.S7.
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pulls no wires; has no animosities to
The ami remarkable Xewnapcr Success in \
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Cheap news, vulgar sensations and trash
find no place in the columns of TnE Press.
Tiir Press has the brightest .Editorial
page in New York. It sparkles with
Tiie Press Sunday Edition is a splendid
twenty page paper, covering every
current topic of interest.
The Press Weekly Edition contains
all the good things of the Daily and Sunday
those who cannot afford the Daily
or are prevented by distance from early
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1? AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM
The Pijess has no superior in New York,
Within the reach of all. The bent and
cheapest Xcm spa per pab'.mhetl in
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Daily and Sunday, one year, - $5.00
" * (i months, - 2.50
* " one * .45
Daily only, one year, ... 3.00
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Sunday, one year, - 2.00
Weekly Press, one year, - - 1.00
Send fur The Pkkss Circular.
Samples free. Agents wanted everywhere.
'I HE PKESS.
Potter Building, oS ]?;irk Low, New York,
H. A. GAILI ARD,
A T T 0 It N E Y-A T - L A >V,
WiNXSBOKO, S. C.
/ \ .i: ^ .. I Af C_
vjuuruj'-MHin u\ri .u. oc. i>iu. 3
;toiv. I I
? ? 1 T1 m TT
BEST OH MTU.
WE ARE AGAIN SOLE AGENT
for the sale of the
I)n Imnlt a 1VH AH Ulonf AH
raimcnu uuumi uaiiioi.
Call at onoe anil sec ns.|j
* ULYSSE G. PESPORTES.
CM II MEAL.
g\Ve have a few more tons of COTTON
SEED MEAL, low for the cash.
ULYSSE G. DESPORTES.
HORSES, MAKES AtfD
T STILL have eight or ten voting
JL Kentucky Mules that I will sell
cheap or exchange for broken down
mules, as I have good pastures to turn
A few Plug Mules.
A few Mares, which I will exchange
A few nice Harness Horses.
A couple of good Saddle Horses.
Persons wishing to buy any of the
above can do so by calling at my
stables on Congress street, Winnsboro,
I also wish to buy eight orjjlcn
broken down mules and horses.
ice Cream Gins.
ii t^t -XT a t>c2
J. FJ'MASTEK & CO.
TO THE_ FRONT.
YX7ITJI THE CHEAPEST, CHOICEST
y T oi an Kinus mat may
be found in a
Standard Granulated Sugar, Pulverized
! and Brown, always kept on hand.
; FINEST FAMIL Y FLOUR in the market.
! The Famous Magnolia Hams, Canvassed or
Pickled Pigs' Feet, Mullet and Mackerel.
"We cut ham from one ponnd up.
Fresh lot of Morgan Haras and Shoulder
Meat, which we guarantee fine.
Chow Chow Picklejat per pound.
SOMJETiilJNix XLU& f UK i :
Gelatine, Fruit Puddine, &c., &c.
Also the finest New Orleans Molasses 1
and cheaper grades.
Wheat Bran, 0;Us and Corn always on
3-21 J. D. McCARLEY & CO.'S
I WILL BUY ALL THE 1
In the County at a fair price for the J
3EXT SIXTY DAYS.
Inquire at the Drug Store ol
Braw.1 E, AIKEX.
AND TO BE SOLD ,
WE have recently purchased the cnti
offer them to the cash trading pv
7.00ft Yards of Standard Calico at ;">c.
10 pieces Tabic Damask (bleached r
10 dozen Gentlemen's Unlaundried
If) dozen Unlaundried Shirts at 7"> cei:
These are only a few of the matchlc
1,500 pairs of Men's, Ladies' and C
Shoes at a lower figure than they can h
Oil, YES! EVERYBODY OUQIIT
to know tbat after the 1st of May,
1S91, any and every person, where
there is no local license, can sell cigars
cigarettes and all manufactured tobacco
without the heretofore required
? . - .1 . .1
special revenue stamp 01 mc L/uueu
States of America. Therefore I'll offer
to the public and my customers the
following stock of Fine Cigars, Cigarettes,
Tobacco and Cheroots at a living
profit to everybody for f he cash,
and all goods warranted as repre
The La Perfection, an all Havana
The .Rosalind, an ali Havana 10c.
The Bachelor Clnb, a long filler 10c.
The Gilmore, a Sumatra wrapper,
choice 5c. Cigar.
The Immense (immense in everything
but price) 5c. Cigar.
The Kangaroo, the old reliable 5c.
The Ledger, the acknowledged snpc
rior oc. Cigar.
The ltoyal Eagle, Havana long filler
The'Funuy Boy, a good article, oc
The Freeman's Pride, a small sweet
smoke, oc. Cigar.
The C. O. D. or cash on deliverygood
The On Guard Cigar, a good smoke,
3 for 10c.
The La Carlotta Cigar, a good smoke,
o for 10c.
The Intrusion Cigar, an old dry, 0
The Pear of Key West Cigar, a
light smoke, ?> for 10c.
The Specials, a superior Cigar. 3
The Henry Clay Cigar, an all O. K.,
2 for 5c. tZZZZ
The Star of Liberty Cigar, a light
draft, 2 for ^e.
The Rosa del Vnlta Cigar, a darkstrong,
2 for 5c.
The Havana Cheroots, a choice
smoke, 5 for 10c.
TheKinny Brothers Special Straight
The Richmond Straightcut Cigarettes.
The Duke of Durham Cigarettes.
The Old North State Smoking Tobacco.
The Volunteer Smoking Tobacco.
The Sweet and Waxy Chewing Tobacco.
The New Broom Chewing Tobacco ;
F. W. HABEXICriT'S,
Near Passenger Depot, across from
kraut an New fixtures
But plenty of
OLD IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
LIQUORS, SUCH AS
BRAS DIES, GIXS(
RUM AS D WIXES,
DOMESTIC RYE AND CORN Of
AT L AGES AND QUALITIES.
LEMONADES AND FANCY MINED
Snnoli finnn A lu ouo ah Hon/1 i
[icon mi iiinfli o uu iicuiu. i
Try our Cigars and Tobacco. Soda j
iVater, Sarsaparilla aod Ginger Ale.
1 AT A SAX
il LESS THAN A01
rc slock of K.X. Hemphill & Co. at a g
iblic at and below New York wholesale c
: ARE A FEW OF OI K PRI
! l'i dozen Unlanntli
mil unbleached) at | One lot Gents' Gai
Shirts at 50 cents, i 40 dozen Linen Cc
, 50 pieces Jeans an
its, worth $1.00. ' duplicated.
ss bargains we are offering. Everything
IIS is 'OUR FOIi
ihildreifs Shoes from the coarsest Broj
e bought at wholesale to-day. Doivt tak
) SEE ME A* S TO BU
JLAT & TT
I Jl ? V-/ VV v.
i PRKSCKIPTIOXS CARE
! A FULL SUPPLY OF DRUGS .
j 1\ Elixir, Indian Sagwa, Fernoline I
j Medicines. Lemon Hot Drops, etc., etc
A fresh line of GardenJSceds,
amonsr them the
Trv niip l!nr> niplrnl Pftrnv cnr?Vi o;
KEY WEST. PLANTA1
We have the best straight 10c. Ci;
USE CAMPHORATED TOOTH
SELLING OUT '
FOR CASH ONLY!
~ ; j
j 817,000 j
I FRESH CLOTHING.
j " I
Hats, Gents' Furnishing Goods,
to be sold below cost. Merchants
are especially mvitecl to ouy tne j
stock in bulk or in lots to suit!
tlieir purpose. This offer is made
in best faitli. It is offered in tlie
interest of every purchaser wlio
wants to buy good and reliable I
[goods?at a sacrifice. This is,
I one of the rare chances of a
: man's lifetime to be able to buy
; first class goods
."Below Invoice Cost!
as I liave made all necessary arrangements
to go into the manufacturing
business as soon as tin's
stock is sold out. Tliis is
advertisement. 3iy stoc& comprises
Hen's, Boys' and Children's
Clothing of every description,
Hats and Gent's Furnishing
Goods. Trunks and Valises in
endless variety. This is.
A Genuine Bargain Sale,
for the purpose of changing my
investment. Every article "svill
be marked in plain figures, and
nositivelv 110 deviation ill price to
1 ?w a.
Cor.uMJju. Hotel Clock. i
-1 -12tx-)in j
:UAL NEW YORK
;raud sacrifice, and now we propose to
'ieil Shirts at G.j cents, worth 90 cents.
uze Undervests at 30 cents, worth 50
liars at 7 cents.
cl Pants Goods at prices that cannot be
is in propoition.
2ran to the finest Jland-turued Ladies'
e our word for it. Come!
JljO. Vlx U vto.
A\'D MEDTDTMES! ALSO LEMON
Jalsam, Cntictira Preparation, Pierce'#
LIMA BEANS. J
[NTS. OILS. jj
?ION. L. Y. L. S.
jars on the market, Trv it.
. - )u/i
POWDER FORSTHE 'iEETll
Ths HOE Outdone.
AFTER AGES OF TIME
have elapsed Reuben Jones has
PL AST IFENDER,
so that it can at last be proclaimed
with safety that thp
hoe, with its sreat expense
ami trouble, is being driven
out of the field to an extent,
that it will be a minor consideration
in workihg your crops.
This machine is for sale by
IT" T\ T\/\mYT r> /N /\
W. JK, JL?UT1 &UU.,
WIXNSBORO, S. C.
AT THE 1
Fk?iJ, CMsffits. "
Frenclifand ; ^
Just in this week another invoice of
xuc wsi aitiuKc IUI rivc^uuwiii luwiit
G. A. WHITE.
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