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Tuesday January 20. 1891
BoARD OF VISIToRs.-The following
persons constitute the Board of Vis
itors te the Mt. Zion College for the
week beginning Monday, January 19:
H. Flenniken. J. G. Mcants,
Guano -W. B. Douglass.
Mules for Sale-S. B. Crawford.
-There are several cases of la grippe
in town but no one is seriously ill with
-Our local made a bad mistake in
reporting that the Rev. C. E. McDon
aid was in town on Sa'nrday. He was
informed that Mr. McDonald was here.
-Owing to the inclenent weather
on Friday night and Saturday there
was no service at the A. IL P. Church,
and the communion services were post
pened for one week.
-Mr. J. S. Connor has our thanks for
some splendid oranges. le showed
us a sprig sent him by his son, Mr.
C. E. Connor, of Florida, and from
whose grove the branch came, that
measures a little over a foot in length
and had as many as twenty seven
oranges on it.
-Messrs. J. W. McCreight and John
Brown, from Killians, spent Sunday
with their families. They report that
owing to the severe cold weather,
work at the brick yard has had to be
suspended for a while until the new
down draft kilns are complete. The
company lost about 15,000 brick by the
Children Cry for Picher's Castoria.
Tn: WATER SUPPLY.--The follow
imgis the report of the policeman un
the water supply measurements taken
en Monday morning:
Court-house cistern...........12 7j
Elliott's cistern............9 74
Neil's cistern.................16 3
Miller's cistern............7 5
Phillips' cistern.............. 6 8
Cummings' cistern......... 16 3
PSRSONAL.-The Rev. R. Herbert
Jones has returned from his trip to
The genial countenance of our friend
J. 11. Cummings is again seen on the
streets. He is looking well. We are
a!ways glad to meet Joe as he is always
Mrs..W. L. Thompson and child, of
Hlarrsburg, Pa., are in town. They
-are visiting the family of Jno. J. Neil,
Hori. 0. W. Buchanan returned on
Sunday from a business trip to Wash
-DFRWTH OF M~ts. DUNLE~VY.---Xe
regret to announce the death of Mrs.
R. M. Dunlevy who died en Monday
morning at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Dunlevy
had been an invalid for a number of
years and through all of her suffering
she endured her pain with Christian
fortitude. The deceased was in the
fifty-second year of her age, and leaves
surviving her a husband and five chil
dren. The funeral services will be
held this afternoon at the Presbyterian
Church, of which the deceased was a
consistant member, at 4 o'clock. The
sympathy of the community is with
the afflicted household.
MAKRZAGE AT BLYTH EWOOD.
Married at the residence of the
bride's father, Dr. S. W. Bookhart, on
the 14th inst., at 1 o'clock p. mn., Mr.
Alfred M. Black to Miss Maggie Book
bart, the Rev. W. T. Deriux, of Green
ville, *fficiating. Mr. Black is a son
of the late Samuel Black, Esq., and
has many warm friends throughout
this county. The bride an'? groom
boarded the north-bound train at 2.52
p. m. for Charlotte, where they will
make their future home. Mr. Black is
new in the employment of W. J. Davis
& Co., known as the great Racket
- - King of'North Carolina. The best
wishes of this community go with our
young friends to their new home.
January 15, 1891.n
wM.Baby wasislk, we gave her Casto~ria.
When she was a(mfd, she cried for Castoria.
When aS became Xiss, she clung to Castoria.
When ahehadC Chd,a ogavethem Castria,
The prayer meeting at Asbury
Church, Sunday night, was greatly
enjoyed. Rev. J. M. Hlathcock was
present and made a short ad-Iress upon
the subject of prayer. There will be
a series of meetings held at Asbury
Church on the 18th by Rev. John
Mr. Lorick opened the public school
Monday, January 12.
Mr. W. D. Raines had a rail splzting
and Mrs. Raiunes a quilting. After
4npper t he rail-splitting and quilting
was converted into a sociable and then
the young folks-took the most active
part. Music was furnished by Mr.
S. E. Wooten.
Mr. J. WV. Brown borrowed Mr.
J. A. Hathcock's one-horse wagon and
hitched his little yellow or to it. Hie
then went off to Ridgeway with "Get
up, Buck, we'll go to Ridgeway and
get thcm oats." Before he arrived at
Ridgeway his ox had r~n away nine
times. He got his oats from Mr. Ruff,
and putting them on the wagon began
to boast of what revenge ne was goig
to have on Buck for runnin away.
He rejoiced that Buck had to return to
Blythewood immediately. But when
Mr. Brown had gone on his way home
about two miles, Buck ran away tcr
rifically with Brown, oats, wagon and
all, and struck against a pine tree.
"I tell you," said Brown to Buck,
"you had tetter work. I have killed
larger cows than you." Mr. Brown
frailed furionsly on poor Buck's back.
Buck was not ontdone. Ile would not
repeut for his wrongs, but fell down
on the shafts and broke them. Final
ly after comparing Buck with his
Satani- majesty and other euphonious
epithets, and after a few more aicks by
Buck, Mr. Brown drove safely home.
January 15. W. A.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
WAyS 4T WoonD A RD.
An Attack of Emigration Fever ---Hutch
ins and His Seedy Agents---"There's No
Place Like Home"---Miss Madden's Sue -
cess--Death of An Old Lady-Other
Items of Interest.
There has been for several weeks
past a considerable emigration excite
ment among the negroes cf this and
other sections of the county, brought
about by emissaries of one, Hutchins,
the same sneaking agent from Missi
ssippi who visited this section abour
this time last year and induced so
many of our best laborers to emigrate
to that State. Three or four families
have already gone from this commun
ity, and the excitement though some
what abated is no doubt like a smoul
dering fire, the least agitation will in
all probability fan it into a flame, and
others may yet go'
Hutchins, 110 doubt apprehensive of
the consequence of a similar visit in
this county. is making Columbia his
headquarters, and is sending out from
that point negroes, whom he brought
with him from Mississippi, to the
different sections of the county im
posing upon the feelings of the excit
able and too credulous darkies by
circulating exaggerated and, no doubt,
many unfounded reports of the fertility
of the soil and the great resources of
the Yazoo Valley, and making them
believe that they can better their con
dition by going there. A few weeks
ago three negroes who went there
from this community last year re
turned, ostensibly on a visit to rela
tives and friends, when it was soon
discovered that they were paid agents
sent out by Hutchins, and that the real
object of their visit was to get others
to enigrate. This being known these
dsky agents were notified at once to
get up and dust" and forthwith to
id the old hills of Fairflel:1 an ever
asting farewell. This they accord
ngly (lid in a most unceremonious
anler. These negroes it is said, had
n the same suits .they w~ore away,
md this fact alone~ had quite a salutory
cilect upon many to whoni they told
heir exaggerated stories ats they were
sensible enough to notice the very
striking contrast between their tales
and their seedy aplpearanlce. On ac
ount of the line crops of last year our
colored people, without scarcely a
single exception, paid their debts and
cleared considerable sums. This na
turally made them cheerful and ap
parently were well satisfied and if
they had beeni let alone by these agents
would no doubt have gone to work
with unusual energy and pluck. It is
to be hoped however that the emi
ration fever will soon subside and
hat they will go to work wvith their
characte-istic energy and faithfulness,
and realize the fact that "there is no
place like home."
The crops in this section were excep
tionally fine last year. Several im
stances can be given where parties on
very ordinary land without the aid of
fertilizers of any kind, made from 10
to 15 bales of cotton. The farmers
are better encouraged and more hope
ful than they were at this time last
year, and will no doubt strain every
nerve to succeed again this year. Very
little farm work has been done as yet,
thought it is quite probable that if the
weather continues favorable another
week the voice of the plowman will
be heard, and the routine of turning
old mother earth will commence in
There have been some changes in the
stores at this place. Mr. J. M. Cole
man, the very efficient book-keeper of
Calvin Brice & Co., is now in Major
T. W. Brice's store. le with his
family will occupy the house formerly
built and owned by D~r. S. G. Miller.
Mr. George Brice has a position in the
store of Calvin Brice & Co. and will
live in the house occupied by Mr.
Coleman. Capt. R. W. B3rice has quit
the store and will devote his time ex
clusively to farmitig. Messrs. John~
R. Craig; and James Caldwell will re
main with Caltin Brice & Co. Mr.
J. Y. Brice left for Florida a few days
since with the view, should he succeed
in getting into business, of sending
for his family and making that his
home in the future.
We have two very flourishing schools
near here. One of these is about a
mile south of this place and is the one
lately taught by Miss Maggie Stewar.
It is no0W under the efficient manag~e
ment of Miss Mamlie Madden, of
Winnsboro. Miss Madden is sid to
be an exceptionially tine taacher. rather
above the ordinary in her decipline
and the iapid advancement of her
pupils. She is giving entire satisfac
tion to the patrons of her school, all
of whom expres' hlemnselves as being
highly pleased with the progress of
their children. The other schocol is at
Milers Mill about a mile west of this
place and is conducted by Miss Macie
Stevenson a graduate of Due West
Fe..l"e College. Miss Stevenson is
high accomplished and bids fare to
makean excellent teacher. Each one
of these schools have about twenty
scholars. We feel assured that while
our boys and girls are under the
manaement and triin~g of such
eficient and excellent teachers their
mninds will certainly develop. and they
will make rapid intellectual attain
The installation of Rev. Il. P. Smith
wiltake place on next Sabbath ini
Concord Church. Mr. Smith and
Ifamily are now living- in the manse al
OUR ENTIRE S
DO NOT ALLOW THIS CIIAN
The ladies we had in charge of
to give you the very best attention.
We have a great variety of Hats
caught in this town. It will be 4 sal
We have also in stock a lot of Mi
Don't buy anywhere else until y
I Find us, come to us and prolit b
Blackstocks. Mr. Smith is a fi1
preacher, and possesses in a marke
deg-ree that attractive style and pe
suasive power so essential in the pulp
He and Mrs. Smith, by their cheerf
and social disposition, are rapid
winning the high esteem of everyon
At the advancing age of eighty year
Mis. Betsr Cork died, on last "rids
at the home of her brother, David I
Cork, where she has continuous
lived since her birth. She was fA
manv years a widow. and for a iinur
ber of years-was afflicted with hear
disease which finally caused her deat
11r last hours were calm and peac
ful, and her constant dreams, as sI
often told them, were about a glorioi
land beyond the river where, she sai
the Godly people lived. She leaves
daughter, several sisters, two brothe
and a host of friends to mourn h
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It was just an ordinary scrap of wra
ping paper, but it saved her life. She w:
in the last stages of consumption, told 1
physicians that she was incurable at
could live only a short time; she weight
less than seventy pounds. On a pieceI
wrapping paper she read of Dr. King
New Discovery, and got a sample bottl<
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pounds. For fuller particulars send stan:
to WV. II. Cole, Druggist, Fort Smith. Trri;
Bottles of this wonderful Discovery Fr<
at McMaster, Brice & Ketchin's Drt
The Best Household Medicine,
Once oi' twice each year the syt
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childhod -to old age, no remned
meets ani cjsses with the same cea
tainty of good results as
BOTANIC BLOOD BALM.
W. C. McGauhey, Webb City, Ark., write
" B. B. B. has done me more good and for le
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I owe the comfort of my life to it."
P. A. Shepherd, Norfolk, Va., August so, i88
writes: "I depend on B. B. B. for the preservatic
of my health. I have had it in my family no
nearly two years, and in all that time have not hi
to have a doctor."
IDWrit for ilustrate 'Boof Wonders1
MULES FOR SALE.
JDESIRE to announce to the public t~h
I nave on hand a tine lot of Mules f
sale, and would appreciate a share of t1
patronage in this line. I can be found
the lot in the rear of J. F. MlcMaster
r-so-Inm S. B. CRAWFORD,
I AM respese'iing the Columbia Phn
Iphate Company in this market and a
prepared to sell Fertilizers of all kinds
low figures for cash or on time. Give mt
call when you buy your guanos and
convinced. ~H ave samples now oul ha
and will be glad to show them.
1-20-i mWinnsboro. S. C,
*URiVETING DONE AND SOLIC
ik ed by
12-ltxly EDGAR TRAPP,
i 1%.9t v1v .Tnningr, S.(
Ioned and Cost N
TOCK OT MILLIN
DE TO SKIP YOU IF .U tL A
this department have goie home to spci
s Alone WTill Sell
Plumes. Birds, and Wings to select fi
e of glorious magnitude. Don't yoa miss
afns we will close out strictly at COST.
on have seen our bargains. It will cost y<
BY YOUR OWN GOOI
( a purchase.
e RAILROAD ELECTION.
r- STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
t. COUNTY oF FAIRFIELD.
il A majority of the freehold voters own
ly ing real estate in the County of Fairfield
- having filed their written applications in
this office, praying that the question of
y "Subscripticn" or 'No Subscription" to
L. the capitalstock of the Wadesbora, Winns
y boro and Camak Railroad "o. be submit
;r ted to the qualified electors' of said county
under the provisions of the Act of the
General Assembly, incorporating the said
SRaihoad Company,:.d ali acts anindatory
1 thereof: and the County Conimissioners
,- having by resolution first fixed the amount
te of said subscription and determined to
I submit the said ques!ion to the qualified
voters of said County; andl having niso fixed
' the time and places of holding said elec
a tion azd the conditions upon which the
7s proposed subscription shali be made:
r Fw, therefore it is, ordered: That elections
L eld at the several election preciticts of
said County, now designated by law as the
places for holding of Gensral Elections,
on the SEVENTil DAY OF FEIBRU
'ARY, A. D.1891), fromn 9 o'clock A. M. un
til 4 o'clock P. M. to dete"r':: in- whether
it the proposedl subscri pt:in by ai County
-shall be made, to wit: th.- sum of ,n
hundred thtousand dollars insxper cent
Scoupon bnonds, payable in thirty yaars
* afte-r (late thereof, wi hi inten-st thereonI to
r be paid annually; said coup' n bonds to le
delivered only upo; the ecv trion~s hereim
e set forth :n4 em t -:
said election the baillots shall have wriften
3 or printedl thereon the word "Subscrip
tion" or the words "No Subscription.''
In case a majority of ballots cast at said
eleation shall have wvritten or printedl
t thereon the word "Subscription," then the
p:oposed subscription for t ae County shall
eI e made to the capital stock~ of the said
Wadesboro, Winnsboro and ;amiak Rail
e road Comp~any. subject to the sfollowing
conditions, to wit:
e 1st. That the said Wadesboro, Winnoto
and Camak Railroad Company shall con
gstruct or cause to be constructed a railroad
through the County of Fairfield aforesaid
according to the terms and provisons of
y the Act incorporating said Railroad Com
pany. or any acts amendatory thereof.
2nd. That no part of said bonds nor
any part of the proeeedsof sale or hypoth
ecation thereof shall be delivered to said
Railroad Compay until said railroad shall
have been bu it and completed through
Ssaid County, fully railed with iron, or
steel rails, in first-class style, and trains
of ears plaeed thereon for the purpose of'
transporting freight and passengers.
p- 3rd. That when the foregoing conditions
s have been complied with, then, and not
y until then. shall said bonds be delivered to
0 said Railroad Company.
d The managers at the several election
f prec'ncts imimediately after the closing of
'S the polls shall count the ballots cast at
;their respective precincts and make their
treturns to the County Commissioners of
~v said County.
W The following persons are hereby ap
0 pointed managers tc cenduct said election
p at the several election precincts in tLae
il County, to wit:
e Wiunsboro--W. S. Weir, T. P. Bryson,
g Prcston Rion.
Monticello-A. E. Davis, J. W. Powell,
" F. C. Lupo.
Feastervile-J. A. F. Coleman, J. K.
Stephenson, M. D C. Colvin.
Wj~'ooward-S 11. Terrace, T. WV. Brice,
Jno. A. Stewart.
R GladnsCGrove-J M. Higgins, J. M.
IDurham-D. H1. Robertson, John Hiollis,
R. V. Bray.
Rlidgeway- W. Burrel Jiogan, Samuel
McCormnicm, B. F. Cassels. ..3
floreb-D. G. Ruff, WV. 13. Murray, J. M.
Blythewood-J. W. Wooten, G P. Hoff
man, W. J. Hagood.
i- 1ear Creek-Thomas Sligh, WV. Bis.
i- Hogan, E. U. Heins
n1his the 13ith January. 1891.
By order of the B'oard:
U. G. TENNANTr,
-Attest: Chin. Bd. Co. Conm.
JNO. J. NEIL, Clerk. 1-15-4t
LLA'1 pers<.ns knowing themselves in
' 3 dleblted to n:e for blacksmith work
3, done will pleaso come up and :settle as 1
a need mon'iey. I will w~iit a reasonable
Ste, a::d then will put all unlpaidl ac
dcounts in the hands of an attc'rney for
I can ne found at the old stand.
1-1ttx2 I - WV. GIB3SON.
tTHE ANNUAL MEETING
XeOF the Stockholders of the Fairfield
n Sa'ngs and Loan Association will be held
in the Town hall on Tuesday, 27th Janu
ay, 1891, at 8 o'clock P. M.
1-17 Secretary and Treasurei.
at R. DAVID AIKEN of.
a ./fers his profe-,sional scr
e vices to the citizens of the Town
id and County. A share of public patronage
E~gOffice, No. 9 Washington Street, thr
doors west of post oflico. 8-25 x15
THIOUSE AND LOT ON THlE EAS'I
I L.side of the C. C. & A. R. RI., nearn
freight depot. Apply to
I c.-A. S &- m. n) nmmG r A
RYV Mt U1
1\T ING AT ALL IN THIS LINE. a
d their vs.cation, but we will erndeavor c
on. Such a chance as ihis is not often t
iU nothing to look.
STATE OF SOUTH CAnOLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
A majority of the freeholders, citizens
of Fairfield County, and owning real
estate therein, having filed their written
applications in this office, praying that the
question of "Subscription" or "No Sub
scription" to the capital stock of the
Wininsboro and Fish Dani Railroad Com
pany be submitted to the qualified elic
tors of said County, in accordarice with
the i)rovisions of an Act of the General
Asseimbly incorporating the said Railroad
Company. and amendments made or to G
be made thereto: and the General Assem- S
bly of said State having, by an Act ap- I
proved December 24, A. D. 1890, changed el
the name of said RailroAd Company to
that of Cape Fear and Cincinnati Railway
Company, and the County Commissioners
having first fixed the amount of such sub
scription and determined to submit the
said question to the qualified electors of
said County; and having also fixed the
time ana pl aces of holding said election, -
and tbe conditions upon which the pro
posed subscrition shad be made:
.Now, themrfore. it is ordered, Ti'hat elec.
tions he h-eld at the- several election pre
'eints of the said Coun ty, now designated
bye lawastoe plr es for the holding of
Genra Elctons& the s~tate, on the
SEVENTHI DAY~ 'FEBRUARY, A. D.
1891, fromn o'cIO M. until 4 o'clock
P.,M. t etermn ether tlhe proposed
t i.r-tn by s 4nuuty s'.1ill ite made
to wti. subca to aid cap
Fear and Cininn iT aItaway ompany a
one hundred thoutsand dollars in six per
cent coupon bonmds, payable in thirsy years
after the date thzereof, with interest there
on, to be paid annually, said coupon bonds
to be delivered only upon the conditions
hereinafter set forth and expressed; at
which Said election the ballots shall hare
written or printed thereon the word "Sub
scription" or the words "No Subscription."
ini case a majority of the ballots cast at
said election shall have written or printed
thereon the word "Subscription." then the
proposed subscription for the Couinty shall
be made to the capital stock of the said
Cape Fear and Cincemnati Railway Com
pany, subject to the following conditions,
1. That the said Cape Fear and Cincin
nati Railway Company shall construct, or
cause to be constructed a railroad through
the Couny of Fairfield aforesais1, accord
ing to the terms and provisions of the
amended charter of said Railway Com
pany, or any acts hereafter amending the
2. That no part of said bonds nor any J
part of the proceeds of sal, or hypotheca
tion thereof shall be delivered to said Rail- 6
way Company until said railroad shall have
been built and completed through said "
County, fully railed with iron or steel rails,
mn first-class style, and trains of cars placed
thereon for the put pose of transporting
freight and passengers.
3. That when the foregoing conditions
have been complied with, then, and not
until then, shall said bonds be delivered toC
said Railway Company.
The managers at the several election
precincts, immediately after the closing
of the polls, shall count the ballots cast at
their respetive precincts and shall make
their returns to the County Commissionersa
of said County.
The following persons are hereby ap
pointed managers to condet said election
at the several election precincts in the
County, to wit: f
Winnsboro-W. S. Weir, T. P- Bryson,
Monticello-A. E. Drvis. J. W. Powell, p
F. C. Lupo.
Feasterville-J. A. F. Colenean, J. K. d
Stphenson, M. D. C, Colvin. c
Woodsvard.-S. H. Terrace. T. W. Brice,
Jno. A. Stswart.a
Gladden's Giove--J. M. [liggins, J. M. d
Elliott, Jr., C. S. Ford.
Durham--D. 1H. Robertson, John H~ollis, o
R. V. Bray. r
Ridiewy-W. Bur. Hogan, Samuel Mc- si
Cormick, B. F. Cassels.
-lHoreb-D. G. Rut, WV. B. Murray, J. M. ~
Blythewood-J. W. Wooten, (G. P. Hoff
tan, W. J. h agzood.
Be'ar Cr-, k-Thomas Slight, W. Bris.
Hog;n. '*. H. Heins.
'l - .,.ht1th .January, 1891.
Byv ord1ei of thc Board:
B. G. TE NANT,
Attest: Chmn. Bd. Co. 3omi. I
JNQO. J. NEIL, Clerk, 1-15-4t
UST RECEIVED, ANOTHIER
CAYENNE PEPPER, II
BLACK PEPPER, Etc
BAKER'S CHOCOLATE and
PHILLIP'S COCOA. e
W. E. AIKEN.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON improved farms on ong time and.
.easy terms. Apply to
I McDONALDJ DOUGLASS,
INos. 3 and 4 Law Range,
4-2f xy Winnsboro, S. C.
Fall and Win'
c secured in our house by polite atten
on and just treatment; and with this
surance we again invite al the people to
i11 at once while o-r iAplay of a full
ock is at its best .. -ung ladies will
glad to show our elega t stock of
We had a special thought for the early
de and have in store an extra nice selec
In our hurry and bustle in New York we
id not forget the indispensable
H ANDKERCH IEF.
Ask to see our Children's, Misses' and
The cold weather is coming; get your
BLANKETS and FLANNELS.
ve us a call when anything in White
rts, Colored Shirts, Hats, Cravats, t o1
s, Ilosieiy, Handkerchiefs, Underwear,
., Is wanted.
A pleasure to show our gools; to show m
J. M. BE
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HE firm of G. W. CRAWFORD &
. hON has this day dissolved by mu
nal cohsent, and G. W, Crawford has
ssumed all liabilities of the firm. All
adebted to the firm will make settlement
G. W. CRAWFORD,
D. A. CRAWGORD.
I will still continue business at the old
tand, and ask for a share of the trade
rom my old customers.
1-3m ' . W. CR A WPORD
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The Goodyear process by which they are
made renders them equal in ease and flex
ibility to hand-sewed shoes. Your pros
perity is our success. To secure prosperi
ty a man's mind must soar highsr than his
feet. Buy comfort and durability at
"What gift has Providence bestowed on
man so dear to him ashischildren?" Take
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them frolic. Last, but not least, we say to
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For the famil table we are constantl
receiving the best fresh supplies of -ll
kinds of nice goods. Special attention is
called to our
Fresh Craokers and Cakes
reeived every week. Lemons, Apples
and other seasonable goods will be found
at the Corner Store. Call and see our
eans to sell. Call on us often.
ATY & BRO.
'Ho, Bss-l'l wofk no more, 'less
ro weigyour Cotton onaJO1RS .
For terms address,
NES OF BINGROR,
DINGmrTN, N. Y.
Decide Wiely I
ket I'e tly I!
OF NEW YORK.
ICHARD A. McCURDY. Presidut
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mderigned under the firm name ofM
Donald, Douglass & Obear, for the prac
tice of law in all the civi: departments
with offices in the town of Wiunsboro and
city of Columbia, S. C. The Winnsboro
offices are Nos, 3 and 4 Law Range, and
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ern Life Insurance Building, corner Law
Range and Main Street, and will be in the
special charge of Messrs. Douglass and
J. E. McDONALD,
CBAS. A. DOUGLASS,
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