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WINNSBORO, S. C.
Saturday. August 4. : : :8M4
VOTERS are now called boys.
CALM after the storm is a law in
politics as well as in the natural world.
Is it because Tillman ii pressed for
payment of dispensary bills that he
h as gone to such boldness in reopening
WHEsN a man calls another a lie now,
the chances are two to one thIt he is
making a political speech. . is merely
an emphatic wly of letting an op
ponent know that you ditfer with his
WE 'lon't hear national questions
mentioned in the Congressional races.
The chief discussion seems to be
whether a farmer should part his hair
in the middle, and whether or not
Larry Gantt is a buzzard from Georgia
in search of carrion in South Carolina.
THE plane upon which political cam
paingns in South Carolina are con
ducted are calculated to keep our best
men from entering actively into poli
tics, and it should make thoughtful
men reflect and discountenance this
method of gaining popular favor.
The people have it in their power to
raise the standard by which an office
shall be gained, and they may be sure
that if they shall applaud billingsgate
it is going to bring out all the black
guard in a candidlate. We regret to
observe the tendency to crave for this
low practice in politics, and that
higher things meet with very little, if
any favor. If a candidate strives to
conduct himself on a high plane, and
makes sensible, dignified speeches he
is called too slow and tame. It is
worth noting that any meeting fol
lowing a stormy and lively one is
attended by a large crowd.
Many will not agree with us, but as
we see it the present state of affairs is
the logical result and outcome of the
methods of four years ago. The bitter
denunciation of men met with an un
mistakable approval. The more per
sonal a campaign becomes the more
interest it evokes. It is not surprising
that Reformers should now be using
some such cheap stuff against each
other; for instance, the following
from Col. Gantt in referencce to Col.
Duncan at Inman: "I started out by
asking Duncan if he was not running
as an Alliance candidate for Congress.
Duncan replied that he was a farmers'
and not an Alliance candidate. I then
asked him to please remove his hat,
which he did, and I replied: "Well,
boys, here's your farmers' candidate;
and isn't he a regular rose geranium
leaf of an agriculturist? Look at him!
Who ever heard of a farmer parting
his hair in the middle, who divided
his name with an apostrophe, and
named D'Arcy." This is not so bad,
but still there is no dignity in it, and
we are almost certain it turned votes
from Duncan. "Duncan arose," says
Col. Gantt, "and said something about
being attacked by a Georgia buzzard.
1 stepped in front of him, shook my
finger in his iace and told him that the
business of a buzzard was to discover
carrion, and that I had found it in him;
that I had rather be a Georgia buzzard
than a South Carolina thief, which
charge I had branded upon his (Dun
can') brow." "Buzzard", "carrion",
"thiief", all of them elegant and very
elegant words--are they not? And
yet they have a very great fascination
for the public ear, and the man whose
vocabulary is the fullest with such
words and whose tongue can turn them
out most fluently is the man who
seems to get the votes.
How's This !
We offer UOne Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHi ENEY & Co., Props.,
We. the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 13 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transaction and financially
able to carry out any obligation made
by their firm.
'WEsT & TRU.x, Wh'l;Ieale Drug
gists, Toledo, 0.
W ALwisa,KIssAs & Manyvi,W~ hole
sale Driugists, Toledo, 0.
Hlall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and muncone surtaces of the Isystem.
Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all
Druggists. T'wtimonials free. *
Children Cry for Pitcer's Caetoria
luLt)tWAY, S. C , August 2.-Siie
>ur last communication. this section
ias been visited with an abundance of
rain The crops have improved won
lerfully. and "Gen. Green" has mar
,hallb d his forces; rather late, how
wver, to damage the crcps much, but
vill of course interfere somewhat
ivith the gathering of the cotton crop.
M r. E. II. Heins has been appoin'ed
,xpress agent at this place.
Our town has been, and is still ic
rarkably dull. In consequence of the
ate strikes, our merchants have had
some difficulty in keeping up a supply
of rations, but they have managed to
upply their customers-all not being
ot at the same time.
We are having a little too much rain
in some sections. A fine crop of corn
will be harvested, and the prospect for
cotton is fine. In fact, if no disaster
occurs, there will be the finest crops
of corn and cotton in this section we
have had in beveral years.
We were pleased te have with us on
the third Wednesday (the regular day
of Masonic meeting here) Messrs.
Chandler, McDonald, Neil and J. W.
Seigler, of Winnsboro Lodge. The
first degree was conferred and a fine
lecture delivered on this degree by
Bro. Seigler, W. M., of Winnsboro
Lodge. Come again, Bros., Ridge
way Lodge will always give you a
Circumstances over which we had
no control, prevented the writer from
attending the meeting of the second
division of the Fairfield Union, held
on Saturday and Sunday, 28-29, with
Poplar Spring Baptist Church. We
are glad to leari the meeting was a
success, that thirteen out of fifteen
churches, composing the union were
represented and a free and full dis
cussion of the questions on the pro
gram had. A visitor reports an ex
cellent meeting, an abundance of
eatables, and all royally entertained
by the people in that community.
Tt.e writer claims to know something
of that section, and felt no uneasiness
about the entertainment. The people
of Oakland never half do anything.
At a meeting of the citizens of
Ridgeway held Friday evening, Prof.
Seabrook was re-elected principal, and
Miss Ruth Simpson re-elected assis;ant
teacher in the Ridgeway High School.
We have not heard, but suppose the
exercises will be resumed about Sep
tember 1, to continue for ten months
Whooping cough still here, a mild
We are glad to be able to say Mr.
Ruff McDowell, after a very severe S,
and lingering attack of fever, has at
length sufficiently recovered to be out
on the streets. mI
No sickness here of any consequence, fie
in fact, not a case of fever in our town 18
that the writer is aware of. en
Mr. J. Blakely Boyd, who has been w
off spending a week's vacation, re- A
turned Thnrsday. He reports having H
had a most delightful time while gone, 11
visiting friends at Anderson Court se
MIr. J. A. Desportes and daughter,
Miss Delphine, returned Tuesday from 1
a visit to M1r. and Mrs. Ward, of B
Newton, N. C.
Several visitors ini town at present.
L->ss of strength aud' Alswsig
away from any cause promptly arrest
edl by using the greatest of all fat pro
ducers, Johnson's Tatteless Com pound yi
Cod Liver Oil. Winnsboro Drug 5C
JUDGE AS YOU WOULD BE JUDG ED.
Tillmaun Held to Account According to his
Judgment of Former State Offieera.
The Xews arni Counmer. bi
To the editor of the NYews and Courier: A
If the News and Courier's report of
Governor Tillman's speech at Walter
be is correct, it appears to me to be
a confession on his part that after all ni
the talk he did not even refund the at
State debt. It was done by a broker,
a Mr. Rhind, and one hundred and
eighteen thousand dollars of the peo- i
ple's money was lost on the transac
tion. Governor Tillman says he don't
know who got this meoney. He feels
called on to defy heaven and earth to ni
prove that he pocket any of it. Gov
ernor Tillman claimed that riding on N
a free pass was evidemnce of eorruption B
in State officials. He was afterwards
found riding around free. Governor
Tillman claims that it is the hit dog
that howls, lie howled in his speech Wi
at Walterboro that it had been insinu
ated that he had pocketed some of- the --
money spe.m to refund the State debt.
I would like for Governor Tillman's
friends to explain why so able a man,
one who is to straighten the United
States Senrate, scare Cleveland worse
than the devyil; a man who knows all
about a system of finance that will
upright the United States and check
the power of the British Empire; why
does he get a little unknown broker to
attend to busines lie is lired to per- su
form himself, and have a hundred and re
eighteen thousand dollars of the State's w
money spent without even a positive th
knowledge of who got it?
E. G. PA L.MEn. sa
Rlidge way, Fairfield County, July 30. n"
For Over Fifty Tears
Mas:. WIstow's SooTiIo Svu has
been used for over lifty years by millionis
of mothers for their children wile teeth- a
in -, with per feet sumccess. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays ali pain,
cures wInd colic, at.d is the best remedy W~
for Diarrhcea. It will relieve the poor lit
tle sufferer immediately. Sold by Drug
gists in every part. of the world. Twenty-~
five cents a bottle. Be sure and enfor
'Mrs. Winslowv's Soothing Syrup," and
take nmo other kind. 5- i xt:
Don't be talked in:o having anm oper
ation performed or injections of car
bolic acid used as it may cost ycu your F.
life. Try Japanese Pile Cure. Winmns- -
boro Drug Store.*
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
VIRGINIA COLLEGE' gi
For Young Ladies, Roanoke, Va. ~
Opens Segt. 12, 1894. One? Of tlhe ed tr
ing Schools for Young Ladie's in: the ~
South. M~agnificent buildings, all mu..'ern
imprvemenlts. Campus ten aere. Gra nd
mountain scenery in v'aller ot Va., fatmed
for health. European 'and Ameiican P:
teachers. Fuli eturs . in Art and MIusic
umnexc'lled. Pupils from sevenuteenm tates.
For c'ata'o'2ues address the Presidenlt.
WHISKEY and OpiumHabitz
cured at honie wih
out pain.Book of par- C(
tisularssent FREE. \&
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher'
and Children. It contains neit
other Narcotic substance. It
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothin
It is Pleasant. Its guarantef
Millions of Mothers. Castoria
feverishness. Castoria, preve:
eures Diarrhoea and Wind
teething troubles, cures cor
Castoria assimilates the fooi
and bowels, giving healthy
toria is the Children's Panac
"Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
Iren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
ood effect upon their children."
Da. G. C. OsoooD,
Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
.ar distant whenmothers willconsider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of thevariousquack nostrumswhich are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
DR. J. F. KOIcELoE,
The Contaur Company, TI Ma
e of Real Estate for Delinqucnt
Taxes for the fiscal year commer.c
in November 1, 1892-1893, under
an Act of the Gene-ral Assembly,
1887, Page 862, No. 429, approved
ecember 24th, 1887, entitled an
Act in relation to forfeited lands,
telinquent lands mnd collection of I
ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Fairfield.
Bv virtue o:' executions issued to
) by the Countv Treasurer of Fair
Id County for 'the fiscal year 1892
93, in accordance with the above
titled Act, I have levied on and
1 s 11 on -Monday. the 6th day of
agaut, 1894, i. front ot the Court
xiie door in Winsboro, S. C., at
o'clock A. 31., the following de
bd real estate, to wit:
SCrooL DISTReCT No. 6.
. Steadman, fiscal year beginning,
November, 1893, 20) Aerts anid On e
ScnooL DIsTRtICT No. 7.
S. J. and J. A. Caison, ficcal yea1r,
inningt1 1st Novemrber, 1892, 107
SCHOL DsTR1Ier No. 8.
ulia Craig and A. E. Ibxte,-, fiscal ]
r beginning 1st November, 1892,
Acres and Onec Guilding.
121 acres of aband ,ned land on
dar Creek, bounlded by lands of
1. Kerr, A. S. D~ouglas-, SarahI E.
nter anid Cedar iceek.
Scnoon Dis'riacr No. 9.
Estate Saille ML Smith, fiscal year
iniing 1st Novemnber, 1892, 100.
ei~s and One Building.
Scacot IPISTaRer No. 11
. Johnm W alace, fiscal year begin
g1t November, 1892, 2'J15 Acres
Scnoot IlsTnr No. 12
S. G. Ilarden, fiscal year beginning
November, 1892, 290 .Acres. 1
SenooL DISTRIcT No. 14.
and J. Cason, fiscal year begin
ng 1st November, 1892, 20 Acres.
m Good, fiscal .s ear beginning 1st~
vember, 1892, 2 Aeres anid One'
Il. E ELLISON,.
Sheritr'% Office. S. F. C.
'insb >no, S. (2.. .July 1:1, 1894-.
COOL SUJMMER RE ORT.J
he hotel at ithis delightfully cool
muner resort hats bieun thoroughly
iivatt d at.(d impr~tove d. The hotel
llbe opened for the season on May
Rotud trip exenrion tickets now on
t. No lavy ov at Lanes, close con
eion m:.de. N.a mosquitoes, fine
thing, splendid fishing. The table
the personal sup~ervh~ion cf the
opri rese, and will be supplied with
h, crab, og ster~s in evr style, also
clans and slhtiips when In season.
1o~ termts, addres
averl ins P. 0., Georgetown
~County, S. C.
JOHN J, McMAHAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
:..; Law Itange, Colutnbia, S. C.
olicits b~u in~es in his native Ceunty- I
UTL CAROLINA COLLEGE,
COLUM1BIA, S. C.
se NI begins Sept. 25th. Nine
tlar Corsee, with D)irlomas. Spe
Cou(res with Certilicates. Re
)ra 83 a month. Total necessary
:nle-,- fort the year (exclusive of~
velig, c'olting and books) f:om
.12to 8h.52. Send for Anrtounce
For fur; her information address the
-17-.3w JA31ES WOODROW.
9 - p ranims t') good guessers.
1%E BLL Entihusiastsi. this is
-epur 1 tunI iliv. .us. etter 111 'ME A.ND r
)UNT Y MAG1%I N F. Price ::5e. A llr
...eal~ . 5 .-::t 101.. Stoet New r
s prescription for Infants a
her Opium, Morphine nor.
is a harmless substitute
-Syrups, and Castor Oil-.
is thirty years" use by t
lestroys Worms and allays
ats vomiting Sour Curd,
Colie. Ca'soria relieves
stipation and flatuleney. 1
1, regulates the stomach t
and natural sleep. Cas
ea-the Mother's F riend.
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
Srecommend it as superior to any prescription
mown to mne." H. A. AncmRa, K. D.,
I11 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
"Our physicians in the children's depart
nent have spoken highly of their experi
-nee in their outside practice with Castoria,
.nd although we only have among our
nedical Supplies what is known as regular
>roducts, yet we are free to confess that the
nerits of Castoria has won us to look with
,avor upon it."
UNITED HOSPITAr, AND DrssPNARxy,
t&Lrum C. SMrrrr, Pre's.,
ray Street, New York City.
[OW FARI A LITTLE MNO-NEY
will go these. hard timnes, call ini
and get a good pair of
Or a better kintd for
he r tMheE for.
; Sy.Osand tr i.5
asiavti hem iGodand Siltvery
and rguaatete satisfachin
Wnet haeo adoeveyfn
CANNE Ofcd . Broln NI.
Gnarpycantee ipure andfres depr
i the ineir.outsingatie purhCasi l
dvincehou. wA onyeve himon ofal
ins of Canneri Masto s to luerousi
owi tr.t, Beautyr iy
itOr'a Spotrtku fobaco
G ive usi Golaldl ler
M~ . Caner.
We have o h uaraneer toe
vil ll~ei.Als alo o at
Guated ur ad rho . Oenaleres
-B UOE:-iPE) BEn sfEnigF
e Brine, cAusn Mserinanit ucad willh
r veindce, yoe.Aieertipnoft Braf all
rrrs of Youth. Meat tooa Onmer
So m et etr eradr.)
u.-ives a rent.
Wianteero t. C.r
al rgia Sa~l Mineralpingse rand
A favr tend motbacco manad o
nuum reortthrouhl renvaterand
npFove, Ait new heddn, addted.nA
rcsira hmoteny L.routhPoerin eier Fin
rvemar ld weery uNiaara~8~5 Fase
a a moe-nugctoe. Excetlnoft varidn and
b rrao tabh. I ve o a raontirt
rturcl VioTn oe he h y pofsif cures
eum asnd Febdmae ekns.g o t's trca t-n
erbox aboxetu5. Wihendr for desripeivea
unphlet. vI w a rn S. nC.
FOR f'TY UPElSUl.
We hereby inuunce Mr. 11. G. TEN
V\T a candidate for the oflice of Couun
Supervisor; subject to the actioi of the
MlAN Y V .ERs. A
I respeci fuly annou;ne m:i a candi- It
.te tor the otlce of Comnity Suervi or; Cl
ibject to the ation .f t- Deimocratic JR
* ~.I NO. J1. NI'l L.
'IhA. Iaany fr iviols (if . r. .1. GA .. -- o
. Y here.v 1on1linat. h1ini fr th olice
County up rvisor: 1-j w c
mn i Dt l-nionriie ;iinary. *
I o.!V aoclict mv elf aa eatud
'tr i or ut SpervIr.i ' et to tie
tioni of Ih DIn nti.p.m i
* .J. . lIIlNS.
I lin- hv anun it no. I. ;.t i hate
l e ppoiltinmeit to tht .oiti(if of t on
Aulitoi; subject to th- action of the 0.
The nIumerous frienisof iion. Til'OMAS
. ITCIIELL hereby nominat- him for
-election to a seat in the lower house of
lie Get era Alsmly; .subjct to the Deml
cratic primary. *
We delire to piac 1 befor- the rople of
airtield Counity the name of I Ion. 1R. Y. b
sin foir rteilection to the lower house
f the General Assenibly: subijct to the
Jin ocratic pr:nia;v.
M A NY FvlENDS.
The uniert'usnj frieids of Capt. W. J.
I 11NSON around hik foru.xr home re
pectfuliv place his n1an: e 'n noinirlatioll
or re-eletion to the Iuie of 1:epresen
;atves Capt. Jolmisoln 's ability, initelect
.nd superior juodgmienut etninently qualifies
iim for the honor, and his able couse dur
*n-I his prese .t tern shohl-l colmimemti him
o ti favorable ccaideration 0. t he voters
f Fairtiel(d County. Suiject to th action
I lhe lDetuoci alic pri mniaries.
v'1 WEN-1 y C iEEK.
Foilt SCHOOL CONI1NESLN Ei.
To the Uufes of B-iifcld Cvnuitq:
I her, 1 announce ny self as a candidate
for re-election to the oflice of School Comn
nin.siontr of Fair field County: ubject to
the action if tliwi De'I.OIat Fe priuary.
A. Y. 2-1iLING.
J/r. /Adtfor: Plelasei allow the friends of
Mr. W. S. hIA L L. Jr., t i nominate him fer
School C .m:nissifOller. WYe are fully per
suaded that Mr. 11a1l will make an etficient
officer lie is a graduae f Wotlurd Col
lege an has been teaching with signal suc
-es in -his and Marlborough Counties.
anl is fully abreast with the educational
I leieby atinuounee myseif as a candi
date for tle office 0! School Comnlmissioner
of Fairfield County; su':ject to the Demo
* ' D. L. STEVENSON
FOR JUDGE OF PROBA'E.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for re-election to the office of Judge
of Probate of Fairfield County, subje.t to
the Dercocra'ic prumary.
We take pleasure in placing before the
voters of Fairfield the name of Capt. W.G.
IIINNAN T as a can(lidate for ihe office of
Judge of Probate; subject to the rction of
the Demoraatic plrimary.
* MANT FIRIENDS.
FOR COUNTY TR:EASURER.
I respect fully announce mys~elf a candi
date for re-apointnment to the oitiee of
County Treasurer; subject to the ac ion of
the Democratic primary.
D)UE WEST, S.C(.
Opens first Mlonday in October next.
Offers Classical and Sciexntifie
Largt and handsome buildimng comn
pleted. DelightfulI climante.
Now ini the 55thi Year of
Total expenses for board and tuition
LrWiieI for catalogngre.
W. M. GIER, President.
CIIARLESTON, S. C.
The 28th terml begins on .\OND) \Y,
OCTOBER 1, 1894.
Fll English Course,
Clas'ical anrd Mod rn Li gunge.=,
iMani nal Trairninog in NI1:lahn Shop,
Military Discipline anid I)k ill.
Send for ca tlogue~ to
REV. A. TOOM ER POR 'ER, D). D).,
G-23-- d ( hrark-ton , S. C.
DAVIDSON, N. C.
Fifty-eighth year begins September 131,
Nine men ini the Faculty.
Curriculum in lower elasses,
Iligher classes elective.
Three degrees con ferred.
CL A IC AJL,
XA TIIH EXA TIC'AL,
COXM~E 7:IA L.
Terms reasonable. bend for cataloguz.
J. B. SHEARER,
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
- BROCKTON, MAS5
You can save money by pu ehasing WV. L.
Because. we are the largest manufacturers of
advertisad shoes in the world, and guarantee
the value by stamping the name and price o
the bottom, which protects you agaimst i
prices and the middleman's profits. Our sh~ s
equal custom work in style, easy fitting and
wearIng qualities. We have them sot every
where at lower prices for the value giftn than
any other make. Take no substitute. If your
eer cannot supply you, we can. Sold by
w. J. JohNSsO,
- R: 1hgrwaty. S. C'.
THE HOT WEATI
It yOuII wid neeIv II d lIt we.; rIht goods-(11.
will make you feel cotl t- look at
leek Nainsojks, Dotted Swiss. etc.
.mity, Swiss and Chiallies.
We have the Laces to suit all stvlc
ivel in which1 are sono beautiful pa
We have a nice line - Silk Gloves
tuze liderwear at low prices.
The cheapest :d prettiest Fanis vo
We hIavQ addled a full stoCk of Bni
I the batest fashions. June ftaiuon
We are still offering Bargains i
Ladies' Oxford Ties.
We have had a big trade. in this d<
nee of stock during June. Now is
lsh buys a pile of goods now. We
ig valie for it. Come and see us.
F'. W. IIAPBEN[I~IT'S.
F. W. IIAUENICIITS.
F. W. IIABENICHIT'S.
ONE CAN OF FINE I.E(TED
CIZ EAM TART A R
For f mily use, at
F. W. HABENICIT'S.
KEYx & CC
P Eim, C-LD FASIONED1 NORTH
JtY E WHISKIES. A PPLE AND P
of pure goods fcr private ume and mnedicit
as stand ard, a-r'd we sell nothinu bitot high
celebratecd K EY bran I or o'.d.fashiioned ha
packed in cases of one doze?n bottles. W
N. C "P.oplar Log" Corn Whiskey,.L
ity Whisg ey, $?.00O to Sa.00, accordir~g
Apple lirandiy, $2 00).
Peachi Israndy, $2.73.
We can~ furnish Corn Whiskey in cases
pints, half pints and quarts re.'dy for ust
Can make special prices on barrel ship
cuntry of old Corn Whiskey, ri pen'd and
it for private use.
CHARLOTTE, COLUDIIA AED AUGUST
Samuel Spencer, F. W. Huld koper, an
Reuben Foster, Recei ers.
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"Trenton.....2.30 pm:......... 8.16 pl
"Johnstons..2.43 pm'......... 8.32 p:
At Columbia...4.33 pm ......... 10.30 p:
Lv Columbia. ..51 pm132 m3 a
Lv Winnsboro:..: .1 pml 4.23 am44a
"Chester...7.04 pm 5.15 am 5.15 at
"Rock Hill..7.10 pm 5.50 am 5.50 at
Ar Charlotte...8..'0 pm 6.40 am 6.40 as
"Danville...12.27 n't 11.45 am J1.45 si
4 ahn n. 7.13 am ~ m p
"Baltimo ...23 am 11.35 pm 11.3 p:
' Philadelphia.. 10.36 am 3.00 sin 8.00 si
"NwYork. 123 pm 6.23 am 6.23 a2
LvNwYr...4.0 p.m lil5~ n't
" Philadelphia 6.55 p.ml 7.20 a.m ...
" Baltimore..920 p.mn 0.42 n.m ....
Lv.Washingtonl... 10.43 p.m11.01 a.m.,...
L.Richmond.. - I Ti*' 140 n'n,....
L Iavle....~-40~ a~ 03 .m 65 ~
L.Charlotte...9.30 a.m 10.50 p.m 10.50 p.z
"Rock Hill...10.20 a.m!11.37 p.m 11.37 p.!
"Chester.... .... 10.57 a.m'12-14 n't 12.14 n't
"Winnsboro ....11.50 a.m! 1.08 a.m 1.08 a.!
Ar. Colubia. 12.35 n'n| 1.15 a.m 2.15 a.r
L.Columbia. .03pm......5 .
" Johnsons . .4... ......8 ~
" Trenton... .0.........3 .
"Graniteville..: 32 ~....80 .
Ar. A ugust,.. 4. m......5.
L.dolumbia 4..... 03 t.flI
ArCharleston. .4 nl.O ~1
LV.Columnbia.. 1... jh125am
Ar.Savannahi. . pm 58 n
SJaksov~le.0203 p.m 1.10 a.m .....
SLEEPING CAR SERTICE.
On trains Nos. 35 and 36. Great U. S. Fas
M~ai, Pullman Sleeping Cars between New Yori
Columbia and Jacksonville.
On Nos. 35. and 3G, 0 and 10. Pullmtan Sleeper
between Charlotte and August..
On Trains Nos. 37 and $s. Whington ani
Southwestern Vestibuled ILin:e: d. Pullmaa
Sleeping Cars between Wam..ton and Augue
t. New York and Jacksonville and Tampa.
IFor detailed information local and througj
time tables, rates and Pullman Sleeping-ca
reservation, confer with local agents or addres
W7, A. TURK, * S. Ht. HIARDWICK,
Gen'l Pass Agrt Ass't Gen'l Pass Ag't
WA *IC'ros. D. C. ATLANTA. GA
V. E. McBEE, Gen'l Sulst.. COLUMBIA. S. C.
~.REEN, SOL HAAS,
~mgr., Traflc Mng'r.
GND. C. WAs11fscTos, D.C
:. rve the publie. Satisfactionl guar
mnteed in Ihair-cut or .shave Appreciatlni
ast patronag~, solicits it in the future.
:l-ltxly V. MONTAWIE.
IER IS COMING,
We have them and at right prices.
our White Goods in Plain Lawns,
Also full stock of Figured Lawns,
of goods. A new supply just re
terns in the fashionable butter color.
and Mits, and can please you in
a ever saw.
,terick's Patterns and can show you
sheet now ready.
n SHOES. A specially nice line
partnent and want to clean out bal
your time to get bargains. A little
want your cash and will give you
)WELL & RUFF.
F. W. H ABENRNIT'S.
F. W. IIABENICIT'S.
Rass' Royal Imported
'BELAST - GINGER -ALE
F. W. HABENICHT'S.
FRESH IMPORTED SARDINES.
Fresh Salmons Steak in A lbs.
Fresh Potted Ham.
Fresh Cove Oysters.
Fresh lammo:id Co.'s Corned Beef.
F. W. H ABENICdIT'S.
) STATES VILLE,
d Distillers of
CAROLINA IrAN D-MADE CORN AND
EACH BRANDIES. We make a speciat
Lal purposes. Our brands are all recognize
n-ade CornWhiskey an Apple Brande
quote as follows in lots from 1 to 10 gilons:
5 to $-3,00, according to age.
to a ge. -
Extra charge for kegs and jugs.
of 1, 2, 4, G and 8 dozen bottles to case, in
t, at low prices.
nients. We have the largest stock in the
.mellowed by age, and especially recommend
To the good people of
dFairfield. we wish to ask
why you don't buy more
Iof the "Premium Caro-. .
lina Buggies" manufac
tured on honor at York
~ilyle, S. C.? What ! You
don't know about them? ,
:Why, t h a t ' s strange.
Nearly everybody knows
-that they are the best and
most reliable buggy ever
Soffered to this trade. We
nwill from time to time
o ive you some reasons
r hy you should buy them
~Hoping you will "get
Sright" and buy the best,
weare yours for good
Yorkville, S. C.
WALHALLTA, S. C.
A GCOD P'LACE~ TO SPEND TIlE
here you canl have
At an at titude of 1200 feet the nigh
aro always cool, water cold anid pu
and scenery grand.
For ratE s write to
C. M. NEILD.