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Highest of all in Leavening Power.
Bucklon's Arniac Salve.
TiHE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts,
ruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Itheum, Fever
)res, Tetter, Chepped Hands, Chillblilns,
orns, and all Skin Eruptions, and p"si
vely cures Piles, o: no pay reqvired it
guaranteotd to give perfect s atisfactioi,
Ioniey refunded. Price 23 c anta per
)x. - For sale by Mckuto- 'rice &
For Over Fifty Years
Es. WINSLOW'S SOOTHIN.' Sit? hIs
-eq used for over fifty yars by nRillious
nTothers for their chil.tien while teeth
g, with verfect success. It sootges the
did, softens the gums, allays all pain,
ires wind colic, and is the best .remedy
-r Diarrhma. It will relieve the poor.lit
e sufferer Immediately. Sold by Drug
sts in every part of the world. Itwenty
re centsa ottle. - Be sure and ask for
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
ke no other kind. 5-26txly
ICHMOND AND DANVILLE R.11
SOUT'I CAROLINA DIVISION.
2ndensed Schedule in Effect August 31,
TRAINS RUN BY 75TH MERIDIAN TIME.
3rth Bound. No. 51. No.- 53
r Charleston via
3. C. R. 11., r.10p.n. 7.00aM
'.Augusta, 6.30p.m. 8.001aa
-.Graniteville, 7.lop.m. 8.35a~m
Trenton, 7.57p.m. 9.05a.n
- Johnston's 8. 14p.i. 9.17aai
Columbia, 10.:32p.i. 11.35a
. Winnsboro, 12.17p.ui. 1.14p.m
Chester, 1.22a.m 2.15p.m.
Rock Hill. 2.09a. 3.42.H
Charlotte, 3.13a.m. 4.~0p.nl
Salisbury, 6.02a.m. 7.05p.u
Greensboro, 7.47a.m. 8.40p.n
Richmond, 3.30p.m. 5.15a.g
Washington, 7.10p.m. 7.03a..
Baltimore, 8.50p.m. 8,25a.
New York, 6.20a,m,.L.2qp.v
1iound. iNo..52. No. 5
New York, 4030.xA. 12.15tn
Philadelphia, 6;.57p..m.. 7,.20s.&
Baltimole, 9.30p.m 9.45ar
Washington, 11.00p.m. 11,24a.n
Richmond, 2.30a.m. 3.00p.n
Greensboro 9.50a.m. 10.37p.u
Salisbury, - 11.23a.m. 12.32ng
Charlotte. 1.00p.m. 2.20a.N
Rock Hill, 1.54p.m. 3.17aaz
Chester, 2.35p.m. 3.58a.x
Winnsboro, s.36p.m. 4.59a.x
Columbia, 5.30p.m. 6.55ax,
4ohnston's '7.39p.i. 8.50a.x
Trenton. 8.OD.M. 9.10a.U
Graniteville, 8.29p.mn. 9,40a.n
-Augusta, .-9.07p.m. 10.20a~i
(va S. C.R.R.) 9.30p.u-1-.00a.ff
(via Cent. R. R.) 6.39a.m.-5.40p.1
.THROUGH CAR SERVICE.
agilimnan Parlor Cars oh traihs 52 and
b~tween Augusta and Charlotte, con
- ctlng with through Pullmnan Sleeping
Z rs at Charlotte for points North. Ibull
man Car'i between Augusta and Greens.
,oro on trains 50 and bl1. Pullman Parlor
... M S 3Jrom Augusta to Ashievilleband
~Rot Sprngs,. C., without change1 cen,
;neeting with Columbia and GzeenviUs
iI~~54 dily.JAS. L. TAYLOR,
General Passenger Agent,,
D. CARDWELL, D. PA-a
South Carolina Mia~hy Company.
C OMMENCINGMeac& 30, 1890, al 1.3~
~jp. in., tlm.taai. vtll run as follow's
MAI1 IJN.ii'1O AUGUSTA.
vg ygihtie.....8.55 a m 8.25 p ua
rAri~e.Agasta...12,01 a 1.25 p Is
SAVQ14WA '10 CHA&RLESTON.
'ave.Augusta...8.05 am 4.40pni
Leasve.Branchville.-10.50 a m .7.58 p is
.Atrive Charleston..1.15 p m 10.00 p is
MA!N LINE AND COLUMBIA DIV.
Leave Charleston..7.00 A im 5 10 p is
Leave Branchville...8.35 a mn 7 45p Is
!Arriv'e Columbia..10.43 a m 10.05 p Is
Arrive Camden...11.3amn 10.50pmn
*Daily except Sunday.
COLUMBIA DIV. AND MAIN I ..NE.
Leave Camden.....5 0 m 4.A5pnm
Leave Columbi...6.43 a mn 5.25 p ii
Leave Branchville..8.55 a n 7.4 p Di
Arrive Charlestoa. . ..1l.03 a mn 9.30 p Ii
*D*Iaily except Sunday.
CAMDEN AND COLUMBIA ACCOM
Leave Columbia.. 9.00 a mn 8 15 y mtn
Arrive Camden..11.30 a nit 19 50 p mn
Leave Camden...5.50 a mn* 4.45 p mt
Arrive Columbia.8.s30 a m* 7.05 pint
I Daily. *Daily except Sunday.
Connections made at Columbia daily to
md from Charlotte and the North, and to
and from Asheville -Hot Springs andl the
WVest. Daily except Sunday to and from
)iints on the C. & G. Div.,.R. & D). lI.' R.
Jonnects at Charleston Monuday, Wednes
nd Friday with Clyde steamships for
Gew York and for Jacksonville; Fla. Con.
.ects daily at Charleston with C. & S. Ry.
)r all points in Florida.'
G. P. MIL LER, U. T. Agt.,
Columbia, S. C.
S. B. PICKENS;Gen. Pass. Egt.
C. M. WARD, Gen. Manager,
Charleston, S. C.
f3 lE undersigned, representing the
L Knoxville and other Insurance Com-.
muies, is prepared to take risks on dwel
~~igs, cotton, mterchandise, gin-houses, etc.
A share of the patronage of the citizen
.the county and town isso licited. '
9 12 ~ W i1. KERR, Astent
F. H. MicMASTER,
A T T 0 Ri N E Y - A T - L A W,
All legal business at'ended to promptly
toinE ae ocan. ue .
AYE g a o abw e
shows the small end of the sate.
~ope. The following cut gloss the appettsaCe of it reduced to
u.t the Ofieth part of its bulk. It is a gad. double aize tele
a akerea8 oto da, atlesa. *omtbee -twa
raus. De.tective Beress C.. I4AmiaC~adnaUt,0.
-U. S. G9vt Repor Aug. r7, 1889.
ilE 3 54& yearof this old school, its 18th
L ..year at Raleigh, begins September 3,
1890. Eighteen officers and teachers. Thor
ough. Complete. Good Fare. Terms
modeiate. The best is always the cheap
est Send for catalogue.
est . endJ NWIDDIE M. A.,
of Univen ty of Virginia, Principal.
ANDERSON, S. C, I
ITNEXT SESSION BEGINS SEPTEM
- ber 17. Beautiful and hetithy loca
tirn. Full corps competent instructors.
Term.s reasonable. Ap py for catalogue.
COIL. JOHN . PATRICK,
i filTnrity 01 Soth Carolinti,
-AT COLUMBIA, S. C.
Graduate courme. Under-graduate courses
for degrees--3 literary and G scientific.
Also shorter and elective courses. Profes
sional courses in Law, Pharmacy, Veteri
nery Science, and Pedagogics. Nine well
equipped laboratories. 4 shops and model
room; new inimay
INition. fee, $0 per session; other fees,
$20 (including infirmary fee, covering
medical - attendance, medicines, etc.).
Table board. $10 to $12.50 per nionth.
I o6wsrent free. Total expenses, mclud
ing fuel. lights, washing, books, etc,
Tuition fee remitted to students certify
,ing theix ipabitity to pay, it.
Session opens firs Tuesday in October.
Entrance examations held the preceding
J. M, McBRYDE, President.
MECLALENBURM COUNTY, N. C.
SEPTlO i 1896, to JUNE 11, 1891.
THE MASTER'S COURSE,
THE SCIENCE COURSE,*
- . BUSINESS COURSES
Stumdies'Enlih in Science, and in the
Bible axe glvem du rmnence.
-For a estalogne adesthe President,
REV. J. B. SHEARER, D, D., LL. D).
LATEN) ia one of thme mrost hiealthful
-towns in the Piedmont country.
~~~iilumlty noted for its refinemient and
good morals. Proresve and experieed
teach'ers in eer . pi-tment. Excellent
advanta s are affidd at low rates. En
rolldlst year:18% papils. Next session
begins on Moanday, 6th Octob ar. Send~ tor
IaaIS. E BNNER, ePrincipal,
HR. E, BONNER, ePrincipal,
Due West, Abbeville Co.. S. C.
DUE WEST, S. C.
OPENS OCjTOBER 6th.
THIS INSTITUTION ENTERS UPON
its Fifty-second, year. The regular
College currnculum is adhered to. The
University system is not attempted. There
are five Professors and a Tutor. The total
expenses for nine months need not exceed
.$65. The moral and religious influences
of the Institution are most wholesome.
For further information apply for cata
logue to W.' .REil, President,
7--15d Due West. S C.
lochig Bff Food.
ONE BARRE L
(3. A. WHITE.
TIDwyu ever hear of "DEAD) SHOT"
1FLY PAPER or "TANGLEFOOT"~
. (I know you have heard of tanglefoot
Did you evem hear ot "MAGIC MOTH
WAX"' for preserving clothes ?
(1 know you have trea'd of camphor.)
Now-Diui you ever hear of "MOiS
QUITO COLOGNE T" -.
(You ner did,'nor did l.)
Blut-You can get either of the above if
30n wish;. and attenation is called especial
v to tbe .latter Fragranit Mixture, a few
uops of which on your pillow will expel
such annoyance and give you a good night's
ies-without a netting.
Ask for either at the IDrue Store of
__________ W.,E. AIKEN.
A. D. HOLLER,
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR
and Manufacturer of.
-WINNSBORO, S. C.
3rPlans and spcifications for 4larel
fgsfactores and store-houses furmished
doe Nsgo oka h ote
hns.Wityo ped ih h
Whipos , o wothr, aten r~
shns.Wht osmith nd ih
esai n t cl ins eat ouhop
you emwya opeentokmna
arte, saisfareio ain|s
Woet ave juTaleie C uty
tockrofshme, Wate Colos, wi
T' Damascu Chille Tura Pow
cati sorely ggcco m re llau.
Sariollgend oe atour Crhdp
emlo y ometer okena
NEoc of SuAWe ELIOTT GNs ANi
wll p oltabhe.p
N0i Berry Gr.\S CrULle
Soe Agoet filr be sod Crwad
U.o ad MPRT
O ONEY SAW ELOTGAN
Browsi rs on n : iera
The faxyove 3il be 4l w an
FALL AND1 WINTER OPENIN&
TilfS WEEK WE WILL OPEN OUR ENTEIRE STOCK
OF FALL GOODN.
EVERY department is no w complete, c masiing of fine Dress QGod's,St.
Velvets, Notions, White Good:, Domestica. Clothing and &oes. (Ar
stock this season i- the mst somplete we ever bought. With every facility we
expect this seasoi to surpass our previous records in supplying he emnd
See \facsalay & Turner's Men's and Boy.' Clothing.
See Maeaulay & Turner's Men's and Bo s' Shoes.
See Mac anlav & Turner's Ladies' and Misses' shoes.
See Macaulay & Turner's Thomson Glove-Fit:is Corsets, all izes.
See Macaunlay & Turner's line of Shirts.
See Macaulay & Turner's Pants Goods.
See Macanlay & Turner's Men's and Boys' IIats-a big di ive.
See Macaulay & Turner's Men's and Boys' Caps. I
SHOES. SHOES. 8HOE s
In our Shoe Department we are showing an extensive stock. It will py
you to investigate our prices in this department. We sustain our preions
reputation. We work to please our patrons
MACAULAY & TUR N ER.
ARE ON TiE RISE!
-BUT WE hALL NOT AI)VANCE PRICE UNTIL
nttr prisent ulpply givs out. We are -till elhp
the-es at tie saie close i irgin a- before.
4K D W.T 2 I . 3 ' M ; .M. W.D '
)uring the past three. weeks proved that the people
recognized a genuine reductiona ill pries. We wil
continue the sale ol our summer. stock at redued
prices for the coning week.
GREATEST BARGAIN OF T:BIE YEAR.
Oiting SaitingS, worth 15c., at only 9e ?per yar.
H. L AN D E K E R
Proprietor of the New York boket oSume.
B3 A R G AIN S.Q
WE HAVE PLACED ON OUR CENTER TABLE THIS
WEEK SOME WONDERFULJOBS.
COME .kND LOOK
22 Pairs Ladies' Kid Button Philadelphia Shoes,. v:rtfm
j$3.oo a pair, for $1-5P
i 40 Pairs Children's Opera Slippers, worth 75. $T-0,
io Pairs Gents' Hand-made Shoes, worth $; for $2.50
6 Pairs Gents' Russet $4.00 ShOes-rW$2-50
Mclaster, Brie & Ketchin.
A COTTON STRIKE
"o, Boss-Il York no more, 'less
lot veto y011 Cotto oR aJONES
5-Ton Cottn Scale
NOT CHEAPEST BUT BEST. $60
For- terms address,
JONS OF BINGHAMTON
r.OR F. W.,TMcof AS,
71-1' j1 All -Haig Iao Couty Nort Ca',lina