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WINNSBORO, S. C.
Saturday. September 23. :1l
IF the appointmeht of a negl
minister to one of the countries
South America is as offensive to Lan
Gantt as he professes we suggest tl
use of disinfectants at once.
Ex SPEAKER REED forgets one tWit
entirely-that in adopting one or to
of the few good rules in use duria
his term as Speaker the Democrats I
no r.eans endorse his entire actions.
IF the senators who are tsUMli
away so furiously would talk in a dh
as much common sense as Mr. Pis
uttered in his five minute addrcs;
the cloture question, we could excii
a great deal.
THE editor of the Laurens Adre)tis
suggests a subject in his clipping
today's issue, which would give o1
embryo legislators ample opportuni
for talk without giving them a chan
of outraging the State into the bargai
THERE is a novel suit pending in
New York Court, and one from whi
suggestions may be taken. A mi
who had courted a young lady f
years, giving her jewelry and presen
innumerable, besides spending r
small amount of money on ice creat
etc., had been jilted. le thereup
presents an itemized statement of tl
money spent and enitered suit tor
cover the jewelry and other articli
and the amount of money spent c
ice cream, etc. The case is attractii
THE following from the Lexingt<
Dispatch is refreshing, coming as
does from a Reform paper. We on
regret that we canOt believe ti
silence of the other reform papr
from a like reason:
Spo~i'ino for the Di.patchwe regal
- -~-- -- Judge Hudsou's reputation for u prigh
ness, purity of purpose, integrity, at
spotless character sufficient refataui<
of the silly charge, and to have deni
it would have beeni giving cotor toi
The .charge referrcd to is the 01
publiahed in the Cotton Plant accusit
Judge Hudson of having been infi
enced in his Darlington decisionI 1
money of the whisky men.
WHILE it is disgraceful to say LI
least for Senator Irty to have mad
such an exhibition in Columbia, at
while we are unr-paring in our col
demnation of it, we cannot but regri
that such publicity was given the il
cident. For our State's reputatiot
hitherto unspotted in any such way I.
her representatives in Congress, w
should regret that the affair has bi
come known all over the countr:
As to the Senator personally we e:
peeted nothing better, and are m
surprised to hear- that it is on the mi:
sion of "launching the third party
that he now comes home. An mn
worthy successor to General Hlamptoi
and of complete worthlessness it
hard that he should continue to be
disgrace to the State. It should be
source of continued shame to t1i
Reform party that in demanding on
of their members as Wade Hampton
successor they chose such a mani.
GOOD ADVICE FOR FAR MERIS.
It is a very Ill wind that blows nc
body good. Our' Yorkville corres
pondent reports that, as a result of th
continued rains that have followed th
cyclone of August 2$, crab grass, pe
vines, etc., have grown with marvel
Ious rapidity ini his section of ti1. tatt
and doubtless in other sections, and h
adds: "If the farmers would puti
the next two weeks cuttir.g and curin
these crops the result would be a say
ing of not less than $1,000 000 to ther
in the next twelve months in-this indih
pensable commodity alone, but dloubi
less there will be hundreds of thout
ands of tons of vahtable hay that wi)
be destroyed by frost next month.
The suggestion is a good one, and i
made in good time. The arass cr0
can be made to supply the deficienc
in the corn crop in large part, if thi
worik of harvesting it is begun at one
and vigorously pushed.-Neers an
This remedy is becoming so well know
andt so popular as to need no special men
ion. All who have used Electric B~itter
sing the same song of praise.-A pure
mfedicine does not exist and it is guarni
teed to do0 all that is claimed. Etectri
Bitters will cure all diseases of the Live
and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils
Salt Rheum and other affections caused b
impure blood.-Will drive Malaria froti
the system and prevent as well as cure a.
Malarial fevers.--For cure of IHeadache
Constipation and Indigestion try Electri
Bitters-Entire satisfaction guaranteed, o
money refunded.-Price 50 ets. and Si pe
Highest of au in Leavening Pow
VARETY TIE SPICE OF IFE.
The year is skipping along at a
blithesome rate towarb the convening
e of the General Assembly and already
we begin to reckon in weeks the inter
val that must elapse.
This- approaching session- surveyed
froin this distance would appear
e another momentous one. We fear
that it may turn out a serious matter
- but we caniot hell) but believe that it
) would be salutary for the State if the
d legislators would mingle together
rathier in gaiety and sportiveness and
for the once avoid seething disputation.
We think that the legislators would
discover that thirty days spent !;
harmless amusement would pay them
Just as well as if they undertook the
heavy burdens of law-making and we
suspect that the people would scarcely
suffer any immediate pain or futurc
y Poor, dear old careworn Soutl:
ie Carolina sadly wants diversion. Sh<
is sick for the lack of fun. It would
be an easy task for the legislature tc
, furnish it in unlimited quantities.
* The Adrertiser has a faint suspicior
0 that an eminent statesman, who if no1
taken too seriously is patriotic to thi(
v core, realized that the cracking of I
joke was needed when he introduced ,
woman's rights bill in the Senate lasi
i December. We do not mean to hiiu
, that he regarded his bill as funny bul
it is possible- that he anticipated
nilarious reception for it on the part
" of his fellow Senators. At any rate,
e it was a capital joke no matter witlh
what pathetic earnestness of purpost
it may have been aimed and that most
. of the Solons had succeeded in work
ing thiemselve. into such a fermen!
that they could not, appreciate a meri
I' torious jest is to he regretted.
V We should be 1leased to see Genera
He Iemphill introduce a like measure
again as soon as the session begins.
W We should hail with joy anyshing that
would offer the legislature an excuse
to unlimber and be silly on ground
Sthat isn't dangerous. Of course thc
M. success of a woman's suffrage move
r ment would not involve disasters and
ts its consideration might prevent act.
0 which would place the State in ,
O more precarious condition than ever.
, Besides, we should be delighted tc
n see the ladies agitated over politica:
subjects. We desire to have them amr
themselves and wade into the rank
Cof war. 'The struggles forn the past
~four years have been more than the
sterner sex can endure. Its sternness
has about departed. Time was wher
the piercing shriek of the calamity
shrieker brought the sub-treasury mar
to his feet, when the war cry of thei
"' prohibitionist roused the whiske'
t dealer to action and the growl of pro
Stection barons made the democrat gird
uphis loins, but that tieis gone
is whipped, sick and tired. Something
must be done lest a period of p)olitica
~depresson ensue. The kcy to, th<
.situation is in the hands of the Sena
dtor from Abbevile. lie should mak<
Sthe most of it.
'dLadies, the cudgels ar yours. Takt
them up. Gvusa rest.
le How's Th'si
:gWe offer One IlundIred Do!lln s Rc
~ward fr any case of Catarih that can.
rot be cured by Ihall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Ci! EN EY, & Co., Props.,
We the undersigned have known
F. J. Chenecy te.r the last 15 s ears, and
believes hi . perft etly honorable in al]
~business tranmsactions and Iinanciaily
dabie to carry out any obligation medc
- by their firm.
tVWEsT ,& TRUAx, Wholesale Druggists,
~ ALDING, KrXxAx & MAnvrx, Whole
Isale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
I Iall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
Snaly, 'acling directly upon the blood
and mnucotis surfaces of the system.
>Price 75e. per bot~les. Sold byv all
-Druggeists. Testimonials lree. *
a15cckI*en'i Arn:ca ae
- uk BnsT SALvE in the WCYn1O fr (:uts,
Sores. Tetterr,Chepped t lands, Chill ahins,
- Corns, and all Skin iEruptLions, and-polsi
tively cureis l'iles, o: noi pay reg tired- It
is tuaranteed tio ivye perfect s. 'i~sfacion
er moniley refu nd ed. l'ryc al - s1lt- tirC
box. Yor sale by \-:i.y er &' Cii. -
S riade marls arnd er i. - li~a: on1 wrapper.
CALL ATTENTiON TO A FINE:
a ~ LlNE OF
Tablets, Note Books,
SSchool Books, Slates, &c.
Also to their stialiv of Oils. ilz.:
Train, Neatsfoot, Lard, Machine,
;Sperm, Rced and White K~erosene,
'Olive, Castor and Black
Buggy and House Paints.
Lucerne, Barley and Rye Seeds.
Large Sizes ef .Double Thick
Sand Comrnon Window Glass.
ow mices ti, nau ie3~
hildren C'ry for Pitcer's (aetora
rer.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
BEING LOCATE) NEAR TI
Government Depart mets q
able to give youir claims better attc
tion than attorneys located elsewhei
Special attention given to dillicult a
rejected claims. If your present
tornev does not. suit you and is sk
write us. Soldiers who have lost th
dischargcs can obtain new on
Charges of desertion removed.
fee uuless you get a pension. Adv
free. Sol(liers pensioncd at less th
twelve (;12) dolk.rs per month a
suflering" from disability in additi
to that iaied in their pcnsion cert
cate iiiar obtail inicrease under I
ucw law~. It is not necessary for y
to have gotten any ailments in war
get pensioned under the new ]a
Pensions for widows and child
without regard to cause of soldic
death; for mothers and fathers %
are now dependent, whether tl
were dependent on soldier wleni
died or not. Pensions obtained I
service rendered in Mexican and
dian wars. Mexican pensions <
now be increased to .12 a mon
Supended pensions restored.
Caveats, Trade Marks, Designs, Co,
rights and all Patent business c<
ducted for MODERATE FEES.
formation and advice given to inv
tors without charge. Address
NORMAN CLADI AGENCY,
Box 1fl7, Washingrton, D. C
STATEOFSOUTH Ca .biNA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
CO*URT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Laura IcCaniit, Plaintiff, aga rst Ca"
Briee and John S. Dugilass, indivii
ally, and Calvin Brice, William L. T
mons and John Vinson, as coparti
under the firm-name of .John Vinson
Co., T. G. Patrick, doing business 1
dier the name and style of T. G. Patr
& Co., George 11. McMaster, James
Brice and Thomas 11. Ketchin. as
partners under the firm-name of I
Mister, Br' e & Ketchio, The Win
boro Nationaliankof Winnsboro, Sol
Carolina, The Peoples Bank. The ]
change Bank of P'hester, William
Patrick. iudividually, and as Assig1
of J. J. McDowell, Calvin Brice o
Gray Bouiwafe, as copartn rs und. r'
irm-niame of J. J. McDowell & Co. a
-William L. Timmons as a former parti
of J. J. McDowell & Co., John R. Cn
as Assignee of Calvin Urice. Indivil
ally, and of the said Calvin Brice,
survivor of Calvin Brice and John
Brice, as copartners under the firnna
of Calvin Brice & Co., Saint Matthe
Presbyterian Church of Fairfield Co
it , The Roard of the Church Erect
Irund of th3 Generai Assembly of1
Presbyterian Church in the United sta
of America, James WV. Allison, R.
Allison, William II. AlIIson and .J
Addison, as copartners under the fil
name of Allison & A ddison. James C
rol. W. C. Car oll, John M. Adams
C. F. Carroll, as copartners under
. Iriiname~ or C:arroll, Adas C
.W. S. Ferbe-s doinig bustrless under
name and striei of W. t. Forbes &(
and .Johnl K.~.Johinston, Gray Bloulwt
Sarah Rt. McDowell and J. J. McDow
&Sinmonsfu.r Rd..icf. Cumiplando ud
To the Uefendants abos c-named:
iJOU ARE IIEREBY summoned and
Ii.quired to answer the Complaint
- Ithis action. which is filed in the oflice
tlhe Clerk o'f this Cou1% of Common Phc
fer the said County! and to serve a ci
of your answer to the said Complaint
the subscriber, at l.is oflice, No. 1 L.
Range, Winnsboro, Souh Carolina, wi
in twenty days after the service here
Iexclusive of the day of such service;
if you fail to answer the complaint wit
the time aforesaid, the plas:itiffs in 1
action will apply to the Court for
relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated Winnsboro, S. C., 10th dhay
August, A. D. 3893.
JAMES G. McCANTS,
(L. S.] I. II. JENNINGs, C. C. P.
To the D~efendants William L. Timmou
IJohn Vmnson, The Board of the Chi
Erection Fund of the General Assi
bly of the Presbyterian Church in
United States of America, James
Allison, R. Ii. Allison, Williami II. A
son and John Addison, as copartn
under the firm- name of Allison & Ad
son, James Carroll, WV. C. Carroll, Je
M. Adams and C. F. Carroll. as copa
ners under the firm-name of Carri
-dams & Cc., W. S. Ferbes, doing bT
rness under the name and style of W.
Forbes & Co., and Gray Boulwag.
Take notice, that the comphaint int
action and the summons (of whicht
foregoing is a copy) wvere filed in1
office of tile Clerk of the Court of Ce
m:n Pleas for Fairfield County, int
State cf South Carolina. at Winnsboro,
saidl County and State,~on the 10th day
August, A. D). 1893.
JAMES G. McCANTS,
Clerk's Office, Winnsboro, E. C.,
day of August, 1893.
[Li. 5,] IL. . JENNI ';s, C. C'. P
The Peoples BallI
WINNSB3ORO, S. C.
n EPlOSI l'S solicited. Four pecr ci
1.? paid on deposits ini Savings Depa'
ment. Interest enlteredl up on the first
Celtal Stack Paila ii. - -$5.
UlviddP1'0lts. - - $3,
W. C. REATY. .J AES Q. DAV)
Coflins, Caskets and Burial Cas
L iz, qualitiesanprcf
Elliott' G (in Shop. All orders nig
or day priompItly executed. Gr-atet
for past patronage and solicitous i
the future. J. M. EL.LIOTT, Sn.
D . DAID AIKEN of
fers h lirofessionalr ser
vices to th.-itIinniC ti:. Torn
A-%E YOU GOING TO TIE WORLD'S
If so, See that vour tit:ket reads via
Cincinnati a14d ~ l C. 1. & ). and
MIonron-!he acknowledged "Worlds
The on!v line (uL of Cin cinnati con
necting u i-h E. T. V. & G. and Q. &
C. train No. 2, arriving Cincinnati
10.:30 1. 31. A solid train carrying
thronga sleep.:rs from Jacksonville,
savatnah. Bijinighnm, Atlanta, Chat
tanooga, Manon and New Orleans via
E. T. V. & u., Q. & C., C. II. & D.
and Motion Route to Chieigo.
You can stop over in Cinciniati if
your ticet iads via the C. I. ' D.
and the Monon Route, by depositing
same with ti.e Merchantt' and Manu
E fact urer ' Aszociatioii, Chanber of
:e Coimerce Buiding, coTer of Fourtb
11- and Vine Strects, one block from
e. Fountain Squar1C (the C. 11. & D.
lId ticket office is in the same building).
t- This enables youn to visit the pictur
w esque "Queen' City" at no additional
ir cost, and special efforts will be made
Ds- to entertain stratigers hogitably and
icc The universal verdict of the travel
an ing public is that the Pullman Safety
id Vestibuled trains, runtning every day.
Oil "and Sundav too," via the C. II. & D,
fi- ani Monon, between Cincinnati, in.
he dianapolis d Chicago, are without
Oil doubt the -'anesL on earth." These
to train" were espeelidly rbuilt by 1113
W. Pullman Company for this service,
'Ci and embrace every improvement.
r.S Their inagiiticent coaches, luxurious
Io smoking cars, superb sleepers, obser
I C vati;n cirs, cow)artment s!eepiig
lie cars and unexcelled dining c-ir service,
ror afllrd "all ti)- comforts ot home."
II- Le-vinz Clicinnati yon pass through
i the beautituil Miami Valiey, and lor
th- twenty-five miles the donble tracks
run thi'ougI the very ront doo' y.rds
of the finest subn'ban homes in the
c-ountry. Beyond 11amilton and up to
Indianapolis, the line is mibted for its
Nit- A !pI' l at [ndialiohs, the
capit:t of Iediana. may b2 obtained by
depoziting your ticket with the Secre
tarv of the Commercial Club. This
citV is nm'ore worthy of a visit than
- alumost any other of its size in the
West, ando ffers the greatest induce
ments to traveller and tourist. Be'
tween I:diana:;olis and Chicago tihe
line traverses the vet v best agricu1ltural
and comercial territory, and the
in ride is one of uiparalleled comfort and
fn- Beat' in mind t'at the C. P.. & ).
ers and Moton Route trains all run via
& Unsie Crossing, fron which point
the illinois Central suburban trains
run direct to the World's Fair Grounds
co- every moment. At Englewo-'d con
c tiqetiol is made withii the electric cars,
fs- which run ever'v tive minutes to the
th grounds, but we reconend all
persons to go directly into the Dear
ee born Station, which is located in the
.nd heart of the city and from which all
the street car lines converge, then go di
nd rectly by car oi' cab to your hotel or
ier boardiIg place. 'First locate yourself;
itg know wvher'e and how you are to live
u-while iu Chicago. Get the locality
Afirmly fixed in your mind, before
e goinig to the World's Fair by any ol
vs5 the nummer'ous convenient way's; the
n-t~ cable cars, electric roads, elevated
iOn railroad, Illinois Central Rf. iR., iiu
the bur'ban trains and the steamboats
Baftbord amp'e accommodations for ali
tru possible visitors, and it is but five
'in miniutes ride from the business portion)
'tr- of the city to the groutnds. Take your
d breakfast~ down tosyn, buy your tunch
he at ihe grounds, and lake your supper
coiwn towni. It' you irenowv these
;o., suggestionis you w'ill save motney.
e, The facilities for' serving lunch at the
l, Wor'ld's Fair Gr'oundsar'e extraordi
:ar'y at ci the prices are cheaper than
at y ourt own homte, but br'eakfast and
supper sbould be taken downt town,
or' at your boarding house. The
e- World's F'air' is alr'eadyv the most as
in toundiing and stupendotis spectacle
of eve attempted by anyt pceq!e, ara a
es, dav's visit will aff'ord more de'light
tI1 and itistruction than can pos aby be
w obtais d in:V other 'iay' or by the
t1 samei expema~ i're of mioney. For
f, inrther particilar's, descr'ipt ive pam'
fd philet s, rares, etc., addrtess
his E A. I~OorER,
the General Adverti;sing Agentt C. II. &
Ie). Rf. if., No. 200 W. Fourth St.,
'of Cincinnati, O.
n, Ia3 SOLVE D T HELSILV ER QUES
u.n T ION IN T IIE INT ERESTI OF
the TILE PEOPLE.
ers This is ai good harvest itself.
d-Neveri mind the last att'rm.
llIf you:t- heumai~tismn bits you, or'
isi- von" corn'is ('tot corn) troubte you,
b' vou can relieve either f~u' 5a. to 75i. at
his the Drug Store of
e W.E. A IKlN.
U~'IE i.\VE OPIENED) IN THlE
V ,.jre-r omut formny~; it"'d by, us
as a stable a iio:e lin e of'
SGR OCERIES, SHOES,
j BOOTS, Etc. Etc.
A' d in facet t he things t it lite farmer'is
nerd. We also sell the
ig' Rock Hill Co.'s
f We also h'ave int stock lIAlRNESS,
8lmiDLR~S, SA DDLES, &c., of
ev descr'i ation t hat n ill be
t.id tnit the times. We
00 n. ill also car Ott 0111
;LIVERY. FEED, SALE &
. ~in rear' of ti.c tort. anid.,baiitll c b pleased
to see nur' tc.d d custo(1-':: C',riln
w'it rombenw cI to '.ive ihtm value fot
tltheir in 'm''y. -
_HALL & CR(AWFOR)1D
W INNSB01I10. S. C.
0:O" SIRVLiN(, TEnitac!XG,
-ILeveling, Drawing, Ete.. -
T. M, OLWRE
SALEM, N. C.
THE OLDEST FEMALE COLLEGE latli SOUTH Col
The 92nd Amnin Session becins SEP
TE MIER 5, 1893. Icgi-ter fr iast year Sol
362. Special'features: TiE DJEVELOF
MENTOF HEALTH, CHII.TER AND IN
TELLECT. Buildings thoroughly rainod
elled. Fully eqiuipped Preparatory, Col
legiate and Post Graduate Departments,
besides first-class schools in Music, ART,
LANGUAGEs, ELOCUTION, Co:.MMERCIAL
AND INDCTi~rA LSTUDIES.
8-1 JoHlUN H. CLEWELL, Principal.
IA DlIDSON, N. C.
F 1FTY-SEVi-NTII YEAR BEGINS
SEPTEMBER 14, 18!3.
Ten (10) Piofessors and Insti uctors.
All t'e usual branches taught.
Junior and Senior Studies Elective.
Cheinical and Phy!sica! Labzratories.
Community Exceet. D
Tezhhng Thorough~. III
- .il Gymnstics, Gama- , Aqulatic Sports,
Sociid1 Culturo, and Yoes: 'Music receive bl
Y. M. C. A. unsurpassed.
S-nd for Catalogue.
~. . :1EARE U,
7-StxtilOctl . President.
UREENVIL!LE, S. C.
Thenextsession 1.i.cins SEPTEMBER
27, 189-3. Th'lcourse of study is extensive
and thorough, the exneimne moderate.
Student, in the Mess Ilall last year report
that Board, loom Rent, Furmiture, Fuel,
Lights, Dooks and 'Washing cost from
*73.2'9 to $8::.7s. All expenses need n-ot
exceed 31;0 to -5160, if economy L> prac
ticed. For full information, apply to the
9-1 C. MANLY, 1). D.
IIIT R.Y - IIIT11UTELI
A- n - I -1'S,. C1. S
A\ 'dilitary Lou rding 'Sch ool.
Session Opens :eptem'oer 12.
Sociaf, Moral and Religious Prvileges
Full Corr,s of Experienced Teachers.
Apply for Catalogue.
COL. JOUN U. PALTRIClK,
7-22 Supe rintendent.
THEf DUE~ WEST
DUE WEST, S. C
The exerciscs of this boardin: school
for girls will tegin the FiRST MONDXY
T borough amid successful teachers em
The1 imoral and religious init. ences sur
rounding this schoo' suchm as are rarely
Vocal teacher secured throughk Newy
England Conservat ry of M. usic.
Scnd for Catalogue or wi ite for room.
MRS. L. M BUN N Eli, Pinmcipal,
Hl. F. DON N Ell, Vice P'rincipal.
S3 SHOE NOP
Do you wear them? When next in need try a pair.:
Best in the world.
42.50 20 A
FOR LADIS 0
If ouwan ain DRSSS 2.00ad Inteks
$5 Shoeu Theynt eqal DRES cstoE, made and lthe ds
wear as well. lfyoumwish to economizelIn your footwear,
do so by purchasing W. L Douglas Shoes, Name and
price stampad on the bottom, look for it when you buy
W.E.DOUJGLAS, Brockton, Xass. Sold by
Q.D.ILAV LIIFOLiD & CU..Winnsboro,$.C.
W. J. JOIINSON, Ridgew;ay, $. C.
350 Poni Coton
Wc ofyer one ton Cotton ~
Seed Meal for Tree Hlun- r
dred and Fifty Pounds Mid- A
dling . hi t Cotton, payaie ~
iEvery prudKenlt farmner sbii~d
side m1anutre his cotton and
corn with cottonr seed rmeal a
at that price. Now is the 5
time to do it.
W. R. DOTY & CO.
We have a nice line of
which we offer cheaperl for
cash or fall payment. WYe
are agen'ts for the
and offer them cheap. Giv e
us a call before you pur
chase a buggy or
W.F Doty & CoJ
Q4Y STOCK OF CLOTHING IS
nplcte, consisting of Men's, Boys,
I Children's Clothing, and will be
d at prices to suit the hard times.
I HAVE a FULL LINE of SHOES
for Men, Boys, Children and Ladies.
Do not forget to look at my stock of
Shoes. I have them at all prices.
RY GOODS AND NOTIONS!
I HAVE A NICE STOCK OF
ry Goods, Notions and Gents' Fur
shing Goods. Give me a call before
W H. WILLIFORD
- FALL, 1893X
HATS AND BONNETS
ON SEPTEMBER 2I, 22 AN 23
TYLES AND PRICES GUARANTEED.
ALL CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTE
Thanking our friends for past favors,
Yours most truly,
A. MA CDONA LD & C(
LAC~KSTOCK, S. C
JAS. H. CARLISLE, LL.
Tiwo Fall Courses,
ecessary expenses for -one y
iHundred and Fifty D
For Catalogue address,
SPAR~TANBUR1G, S. C-- J. .A. GAME ELL,
8 - Secretary 0 Faculty.
w:ieter~r b~o.t.v to han- .~ W IIEELE!! & WILIAN No. 9, we will
e o:- r ..bl mt: :i i :t'. O( ); on hen e a m-w z. .,t i s o heanvy. or
e th:t u: s s. :.sIiI~ tau: - is *s a un C nghZ, leI t. !t;a . tov n O! we wit trade
In fact o.ur advice to g oai i-:
Trtzle that soiwing machine of thine.
For Wheeler & W\ilsoni No. ).
Al WA Asheville, N. C. to Chicago, Ills.
SY S E MThrough Pullman Car'.
v. ASHEVILLE, (R. & D. R. R.) 4:08 P.M. VIA
V. KNOXVILI.E, (E. T. V.'& G. Ry.) 8:oo~ .'~ The Richmond & Danyi//e,
,r. H ARRIMAN, (E. T. V. & G. Ry.) 9:50 P-M
xr. LEXINGTON, (oQ & C. R. R.) 4:30 A.M. East Tennessee, Virginia &
r. LoUISvILLE. (Lou. So.) ';:59 A-M- Georgia; Queen & Crescent
V. LOUIsvILIE, (Penni. R. R.) 8:15^-.M- n~ns/ai~ira
.r. INDIANAPOLIs, (Penn. R. R.) II:4o A.M.adPnsla4 ~iras
FI1VLE A1I> FROUTE.
A through Chicago Sleeper via Cincinnati, secured
t Harriman arrives at Chicago by Big Four Route at
:15 p. m. Stop-overs allowed at Cincinnati, Louis
ille and Indianapolis._____
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)N~ L. MILAM: Tray. PaSS. Agt., C. W. MURPHY, Ticket Agent:
KnoxVILLE, TENN. ASHEVILLE, N. C.
C. A. B3ENScOTER, Div. Pass. Agt., B. W. WRENY, G. P. & T. A.,
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