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NEWS AND HERALD
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.SEWS AND 1ERALi. CO.
W. 1)U DOUGLAss, Edito.
JAS Q. DAVIs, Treasure .
W. J. ELIo-rr, Business lanager.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Tuesday. Au, ast 7. :18b
LONGTOWN, S. C., July 25. - Ye
corresp )ndent, besides a good man
others, assembled on lazt Tuesda
evening, 24!h in-.t.. at tLe r:esid-nce t
Mr. and Mrs. B. P Scott, and ilt.r
were the participants in an old f.sl
ioned, pleasant and enjoyable xmusict
entertainme it, with refreshments '
cake and letuonade, given fo.r the bentE
fit of Mt. Moriah Baptist Chu ch i
the East Waleree section of the count'
under the efficient uatina- muect C
Misses Eva %cott and Toula I'ewell, c
the R.-eky Mount see i -!. Thong
da-k and dreary with nt, we wer
c-mpletely surrounded by m-:sic -it
st.utnental and vocal-nileA, flowe:
and last but not least, quite a numbe
of the fair bex within. Oh! c.in an
thing be better? The snug little sut
of $4.30 was bhe result of the ener
tainment, and would have swellei
more, but owing to the inclemen
weather. The following was the pro
gram for the occasion:
Instrumentel solo-Mrs. M. E. Mc
Vocal solo, guitar acconpuiment
Dr. D. M. Provence.
Inserumenttal solo-Miss lallie Mc
- ocal solo--Miss Eva Scot t.
- Irstrumental solo-Miss Hallie Mt1
Vocal duet-Mrs. McCormick ani
Guitar music-Dr. Pr-ovenace.
Recitation- Miss Eva Scott.
. Song, quartett e-Jonles family.
(Guitar music--Dr. Provence.
Recitation-Miss Eva Sc.>tt.
Refreshments-Cake and lemoadet
Vocal music (comic) with piano ac
companimnent-Messrs. Jones, Mir
W. E. Wilds and Dr. Provence.
-Guitar music-Dr. Provence.
-.hus ended a delightful musica
fe st, much enjoyed by all presetnt an<
long to be remembered, the audiene
adjourning to their respective abodes
Crops around this section at-e vet
fiae, generally speaking. Fartmet-s ari
buisylaying by and hope for a plentifu
barvest and better prices tbis fall. Ma:
th-s be the case. Gardens an-d watet
maldas are also very good indeed
Among the leaders here ini fine tnurnip:
a'e Mr. J. P. Jon~e--having the bee
p. oepects we have seen:; and itn garden
our stauuuh old Itni Mtr. Scot t, wh<
is always nlotedt.
Among the latest si-i ors here nov
a'-e-Mrs. Belle Seabrouok and daugh
e:-, Miss Annie, of Coutmb-a, at Mr-s
Crawford's; Mrs. H. Edmunds, o:
Ridgeway, at Mtr. J. P. Jones; an<
Miss Eva Scott, of Mlitf'ord, an~d Mis'
Troula Powell, of the Eist Wateret
section, at Mr. B. R Scott's. Comn
aldng. friends, and receive the hearty
weilcome awaiting you-narticularly
the young ladies mo':tionen.
- BEAR CREEK TTE3MS.
BEA't CREEK, August U -Itn obed.
dience to the notice of the Coun
Chairman, the Miill Hill Demnoct-atic
Club met this d-ay, reorganized anm
elezted delegates to the County Con
vention. Our club has no aspit-ants
for high political hoaors, and would be
glad to see the people united again
Near this place was the ear-ly home c
Capt. W. J. Johnson. From this clul
lie received his first endorsement twt
years ago. Before the people be dis
cussed issues, not personalities, anc
mneasur-es, not men. ie has faithfully
to the best of his ability discharged hi.
duty. At this mee.ing he was agait
endorsed for r-e-election as a membe:
of the Hou-e of Representatiues Iron
countyi, and the secr-etatry was insttruct.
ed to forward to Capt. Johbson a cop]
of the r-esolution of renewed confi
dence, and pledging him their- support
It is a pleasure to wvitn~ess the weekly
drills of the military organizscion a
Ridgeway. The company presents
fine appearance, and is composed o
he neowers of the count y. The schoo
of the soldier cemetnts friendship, re
wards efficiency aid temiands implici
ebedientce to duty.- The offcers are
Ctau:ain-- W. J. Johnson.
Lieutenants-R. B. Lewis, G. E
Remisert, W. E. Baxter.
Sergeants-J. T. Roebertson, R, E
Stewart, C. D. Tidwelt, WV. H. Hin:
Cor-porll-J. R. Morgan, F. E. Hint
i nt, T1. HI. Fr-y.
Colo--bearer -J. C. Coleman.
The compi ny now numbers forty
We have splendid prospects for at
abundant ct-op, which will help, witt
the military, to bring uis all togethe:
Il& s changited and thopeful are all (1
the paop:e at this timek, tcmpared to
the e iloom expem-ience of c-ont inued
destructin ot f untusual storms and(
4:.-e ts of last eao. A hnrrr d i .
vi9poltlrd wan .ian'ot beu a pieas:
na.i. N let . lo)-e that
We will se: tie wi.h nic imnerchat, d a
tor and teacher,
And t ry to leave a mic at ho'ne for ti
w i er and preache-.
Success to ThE NEWS A) IlEuA''
W. B. Ho1..
Trlls renzetlv i. heeining so well kiioo
and So popul tr as to need Ito special mIl0
tion. All who have istl Ew-etric 13it te
sin4 the same song of praise.-A pir
imeuicine does not exist and it is guara
teed to do all that is claimed. Electr
Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liv(
I and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, B(.il
Salt Lheun and other affections cause i
impure blood.-Will drive Malaria fro
the systein and prevent as well as cure a
Malarial fevers.-For cure of lleadach
Constipation and Indigestion try Eleett
Bitters-Entire satisfaction guaranteed,
nioney iefunded.-Price 50 ets. and "t p
r bottle at McMaster & Co.'s Drug Store
GREEN BRIIR BUDGZT.
Mr. Editor: in looking over yoi
P paper I find commn'lications fro
almost every sectiox( of the cout
E except this one; and as I have a fe
moments to spare. I will give you
It is hardly necessay for me
state, tha- at the close of last year tl
fatmers were very much Pscourage
at the result of iheir last years labor
I and the gloomy outlook for the futu
but as the winter passed by and spriE
lpegan to dawn it seemed that i
farmers layed hold with renew(
r energy. This year has been Te
, .ayorable to the farming iiterests
da-e. In the first plftce the wN.
wers vet y mild, and the fatumeis we
succem-f ul in secuat -tg good stands
corn1, peas, cotton, &ec. It. has been
i remarkably easy year to enltivate
crop, and proyisio:: have been mo
erately cheap. The farme-:s are near
through laying by. We will work o
e eps much later than we did last yea
as our exjerience with the crabgra
t during the coton pickling was not
Our cord crop is far ahead of la
year's I believe Capt. Hays is in t
,!ead. I neyer saw cotton look mo
promising. The rains have been
that we could disire for the last thir
- days. If seasons cont'nue favorab
a for a few weeks longer, and we cou
- only get a fair piice for our cotton ti
farmers would again be on their fee
Politics are receiving some conside
ation. There seems to be a great de
- of interest maaifested in the intere
of Gen. Ellerbe and J. G. Evan
They both have some strong suppotei
in the Greenbrier club.
I notice a communication in Tot
- weeky of August 1st in wl,%b n
name has been suggesied is a canc
date for County Treasurer. I ful
agree with my Z?'end that rohition
office is one of the fundamental pi
ciples of the Rleform movement, b
as our presenlt Treasurer has dischar
'ed the duties of the offiee, I tHn
faithfully, it would nlot be amiss
reward hiim a ith another term, (a
sure he v.'ll not object.) Thanku
Reform for the complimentary ma
ner in wtch he speaks of me; I b'
to decline becoming a candidate f
:office in the presenlt campaig
-Greenbrier, S. C2., August 3.
.We ceffer UOne Iun-ired Dollars li
Wardl for any case of (2atqrrhl that ca
not be cured byv lall's Catarrh Cure.
BF. J. CHIENEY & 'o , Props.,
We, the undersigned, hlave knom
F. J. Chenlev for the Ia-! 15 years, al
believe himn perfectly hlonora-oe inll
business transaction anld tinancial
ble to carry out anly obligationl ma'
by their firm.
WEST & TRUAiX, Wh ,lesale IDru
gists, Toledo, 0.
~W ALwIs,KIXNAN & MAiRvis, W hol
sale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Ilall's~Catarrh Cure is taken inite
nally, actin;; directly upon theC bloc
and mucons surraces of the [syster
Price 75c. per blottle. Sold by
Druggists. Tiesltmonia's tree. *
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castor!
For Over Fifty Years
Mans. WINSLOw's SOoTH[ING SYnRP h;
been used for over lifty years by mnilliol
of miothers forI their chlilren whlde teet
inl , with peI feet success. It sootheCs ti
chili, softens the gumis, allays a11 pai
eres wind colie, and is the nes remect
for Diarrhoa. It will relieve the p~oor 11
.e sufferer innuiediately . Sold by D)ru
"iss im eve y part. of tihe worl. Tlwent
ie cents a botttle. Be sure andt ask f,
take no other kind. 5--.i6txty:
Doln't be talked intohuaving all ope
-ationl perfo)rmedl 0or injecions of ca
bolic acid used as it may, cost yc VOl
'life. Try Jaipanesen Pile Cure. Winn
boro Drug Store.*
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoril
Fov Younig Ladies, Reavoke, Vt
Opens Se; t. 12, 18%i. (Onc of tile leas
in Schools for Young taie s in ti
SouthI. Malgnificenlt buildings, all mo !ei
imprvement5. (ampus ten aere. Gra.
mountain scenery~ ill valley oif Vi., fame
for health. Europeanl and~ Anmer ica
teachers. Faltl c< urs . in Art and~ Muls
unexceled. Pupils from seventeen Mtate
For catalogues addreCss the President.
W. A. HI ARRIS, 1). 1) , Roanoke, V a.
2 Doz. MO0SQU~iO COLOGNE.
PAINE'S CELhlHY COMPOUND)
W E. AIKEN.
.1 AA i oney: alsoi other v* lu.
e i OUU illrei:ll41 tiodguse
BASE BALL Entumiamiasts. tis
our oit p >rtuiy. S.~.,v mier 1 u1 E A N
NeUsdalers orG 1%I F.m l'dteet 25e.
hi Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher
and Children. It contains nei
other Narcotic substance. I
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothir
It is Pleasant. Its guarante
Millions of 3others. Castoria
feverishness. Castoria preve
cures Diarrhoa and Wind
teething troubles, cures coi
Castoria assimilates the foo
and bowels, giving healthy
o toria is the Children's Pana<
" Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
3; dren. Mothers bvo repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon ineir children."
Dn. G. C. OsoooD,
"Castoria is the best remedy for children of
.IT which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
o far distant when mothers wil consider the real
er interest of their children, and use Castoria. in
stead of the various quack nostrums which are
'e destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
f morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
a agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Da. J. F. KwcHELoE,
The Centaur Company, 77 1v
IT IS ONLY A LIST,
-v Bot WCe ilaC ihe i Al
r Legget s Flavoring Extracts.
a F Colema's Mustard.
6- Ivory Soap.
-s5 Latundry Soap.
i- Shoe PoPimh.
Sv Oi S:arch.
nI ! Bird Seed.
- Smoking~ and Chewing Tobacco~
it !!a)uCbldl Ammon1:1.
- ig i'aiper.
Mn~ anni1's Fruit .Jar.
~ A Large Supply of Paints!
~g ~ Still on Hand.
Don't fail t-> t ry ourt Pearlec Polish
for all kinds of metal; sold in 10c. and
.253c. boxes. Tiry his Polish once and
d A COOL SUMi~MER RES ORT.
ec THlE OELEURATED
The hotel ni. this delightfully cool
- summecr reso0r. ti:s been thoroughly
1 renovated an~d improved. The hotel
1- will be opened for the seaSOn onl May
Il the 4th instanit.
Round trip exeI esion tickets no0W on
sale. No lav ove' at1 Lanes, close con
nection made. No mnosquitoes, fine
i bathing, sple::did tishin~g. The table
has the persomuL Nupervi.,ionl of the
propriel rec, and will ha' supplied with
fish, crabs, oysters5 in every st. le, also
ts also clam's : ud arimps whenr in season.
~s For termns. andlres
- MRS. WlNTill' WJLL4AMS,
e~ Waverly M\1ils P. 0., Georgetown
JOHN J, McMAHAN,
rATTORNEY AT LAW,
123% L4aw I uange, ( obiha, S. U.
Solicits bu.sine~s ini his n1 ative Ccunty
SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
- regulr Cour-se-, with [Diplomaa. Spe
ial (Courxes wilh (Certificaites. Re
- uiernteil for xdinission, :nodified.
loardl 85 a mon)t t. Total neCcsary I
expns-e. orihe year (exclusive ot
travelig, cl lohing andl books) f:om
- $112 to $15)2. tnd fori Announitce
SFor further inlformalttioni address the
7-17--3w 'JAMES WOODROW.
: THE STANDARD._i
* Has suista'ne-1 its reputation for 18 years *
4 as being tbe standard rcmcdy for thec*
* quick and permanient cure of Rheuma- *
* tism, Gout. Sciatica. ete.. in all its forms. *
C It is endorsed by thousamuls of Phygi- *
* eians. P'ublishers and Patients. It is *
* purely vegetable awl' builds up from the *
* tirst udose. it ne~ver fails to cure. *
Price is one dollar a bottle, or six *
bottles for five dollars. Our 40-page Pam- *
* puiet sent' Free by .ai. Address, 4
i Durang's Rheumraio Remedy Oo~ *:
* Durang's L.r Pillsarc tihe best on:
- h . T:* ---: - u i t an :iae tha'. 'ni.aes
.:A(COPS PIIAUR ACY CO.,
Wimh-olsa~e Agents, Atlanta, Ga. Li
's prescription for Infantsa
ther Opium, Morphine nor -
-is a harmless substitute
Je Syrups, and Castor Oil. f
0 is thirty years' use by V
dlestroys Worms and allays
Nts vomiting Sour Curd,
Colie. Castoria relieves
astipation and flatulency. I
4, regulates the stomach t
and natural sleep. Cas.
Oea-the Mothers Friend.
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
recommend it as superior to any prescription
Cnown to me." A.Anee.e
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
- - t
"Our physicians in the children's depat
ment have spoken highly of their expe.ri- I
nce in their outside practice with Castoria, i
and although we only have among- our t
medical supplies what is known as regular <
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castori i has won us to look with
kavor upon it."
UNITED HoSPrrALvAN DxsPEN;SArY,
AUXIN . C. SArra, Pres.,
1ray Street, Now York City.
HOW FAR A LITTLE NMO-EY
will go these har d times, cathl ce p
ead h get a good pair ofp
e Oeinter otie prcE fihsor ia
$1and alhug eonyh5eaon 0u
malsuppies whem isnGold and rSilvr,
produtytw g az rnee sto sctont . h
mei. of Catrahand oloo r.it
Wfavor u o haitom.er"fn
--SME CHEbE Lr--; o
CANNEDR FRLIT.L OE
naaned ge and farh o r
Orh fns tA sTl furcaewl
anme you.Arntew shipment of all
:Ced Mf CanehMatn meron
(S I~~oil hi ext ra.) fin
Sew is' BhEauty T. 1 O
wii' e Als a lot.t
(0AN N -l)F S T."
%~Qaat~ieed ur a atee tOacre
the fiix r snervoucl~serostrl
kiidsor Caiied ess,00Hcadmrcan
Levf]c ulnsae yz
l~f~tihSo; :-o-na Dere.
arrns, mpotency, . Powe m. Deitesx
rrors Yout. It i s o wea h O r iteir
atura vigr anddo gbesrth njoy o cure
ucrhnadFml W eakness. A nd' tre
r bo, G oxes(5. ith e ssve eordrw le,
rittencuaranee to ue2 e u d th e -ay
renlar free.Guara t suoyby ur ex
W! ASm R*lon, SoTenim.o
b.Ba cusiing: Misey Minsanit .aprn s :uat
fao: er- ndc, oer-e eriofth mananed
gi rorsd iuth. t n e t h e aknue ad eir
s tra!. hi' or ousthernyso li0t:.' Fuie
r or, h a.nd Fetnlery Nians uArao~' tF a t- 1
i, .t i pl.ain t A e bsny ai, t -an a alao . $
a tan C u a te. , cellr en U. va id an.
-.i :.., tru Gr.- tce aiee-ued<a foy y ,r e
errons a~e Ltitus. sn o ecitv
I",, t V~ W\11 Manager.
-7NN-O CYCEM EYTZ.
F U : 1, 1 1 ~: :' , 1:u PEIlI\'ISO!.
r% e hereby alnIounice Mr. B . G. TEN
LN T a candidate folr tIle L'ilice of Couni
'upervisor; subjec t to the act iin of the
~M.ANY VO'l EIRS.
res-peullyd .nnuncu~e mlhif ad* canc I
te ior ti. oieet 'r (.a ' .'uperv; or; C
Ije t to the actin#ee 1 . I;m- I ocratic
T11" ::: ~en-- of Y r. .! M GA IA -1 -C
.' Y . ii:-v . " 'inate him r thii b-e
Ia: y it p r i : t L ti t, i I
. ,eld I I I
mh of t e lh-i r ictul1 iry.
I hwc L annone. W -" T% :1 a cannl di-t
Crltt- 114,11 ro i a
'e I ori'oly: sub w ii)I sjeCt to the
t'.on ocr' lrliil ei. V l.t
* M 1. 1 !H:10 .
Ih reh 1 nw e u:wk reill. if (altn . a t e1
eI 'i( N I~ntila t~ the oitrI.. o.- ren
or nA-El L Lu to t hi lti on o he '
iiti' t ..) 1 0, Se t'ill 11- l.'t' ' l se Ofur
neetic prin r ies
F'tulret( pit - EvENTA d,
lifTe nu,ous ftiendsu of I Ion. T R. MA
. h M~,ITll L-ule tre noniat him fors
- election do a e t the iwe house on
t (e I)eral I n b: s jct to them
rcvratic prCina. *IN
rp eVwc1sof place Liu1a vj U'lioly: iio
or i re-t-Ie4iIl to the Peple of C
atl(nt 0!s Fiptirii J11)C ailty. tiet
.31rib. io :>untyi the ofrm.ind of
thd e u i lAsseiby; iu .je ct tol p e
Ihe mrr i s of a Cd h al- Col- .J
a l as beArent hllilg, foli homlil re
et. u iv hil an lw t;I rno ' o li ontios
r is.hliony othey. withute teretion
it1 yes D mc i . o n ion'a iliy itllc
d io S y FEN .
I leruthy anone i is ale candite
te for he en.botoe iio oo l thevoer
f Fair field County; sut:jet to the Dctio
A r the De' oia tie aiy.a .
+ . L. W1NiSY VEEOK.
FO1R JUlO CO MM1OI1A- i'F.
1hereby announce y self as a candit
oissrobe of Farield County; subject to
he acin ofrl i iaen.ertcpia.
* S. . JILNGO.
JWr Jotar: Please nalith bfred the
J or. Wr. t H.fLl, .ir. t - nom inat. him ffr
3chool U matissioner. We are fully per
uaded that31r. 1a wi 1 iake an eficient
111eecr lie is a gr iadua~e - f Wofford Col
ege ao boas been tachitng with signal u
e es inh his and Marlborough Counties.
mld is fully abreaItU with the educational
I reseby anounce mysef as a cand'
late for the o!iice t' Schol Collissioer
f Fairtield County:; sujet to the Demo
* ~ D. L. STEYENSON
FOR JUDE OF PROBATE.
hereby announce mysIf as a caudi
Nate for re election to the office of Judge
>f Probate of Fairl1id County, subjec:t to
the Denocra'ie prinary.
* . 1R. JO1ic'1sNT.
W~e talke pleasure in plac-ing before the
IINN AasndteY for deice. o
The enoatic perm iariy.o ONI
*CTABET F1, 1NDS.
FuI relspetul anoue msl ad
inti fo re-aintme n totheiie hop,
:h iliemoraicipimeav. lill
DUEWS, . .
Fifty-igsth y~a:. bins Oetber 1ext
[ Nire aendi the acdomulty. n~cm
Nowicl in lwer5t clasres.
Tota exenssTfre dearee onferred.o
W. . GR OER, Prien.
G -2tilOct1 rsiet
[tEV.A. TOM ERPOUTERSoLD.D.
DATIDSON, N C
Fify-eght yer egisGSptebe 1
kine can sau theyb aulty. ngI L
Currcause, inaeh laowest clases.reo
His g esihe cld an elect tee
heveb Tapghe degre onfrried.n
hr T we prcesonable. e aend for ctaun
Jvohrmk. Ta. SHEA susiuERou
THE HOT WEATII
' you wid need light weight goods.
will make von icel cool t-> look at ou
ieck Nainsooks, Dotted Swiss. etc. A
imity, Swiss al Challies.
We have the LaCs to suiL all styles of
ivel ii which are some beautiful 1attei
We have a nice line of Silk Gloves a
auize U'nderwear at low prices.
The cheapest and prettiest Fans you C
We have aided a full stock of Buttei
I the latest fashions. June fashion shi
We are still offering Bargains in
t Ladies' Oxford Ties.
'We have had a big trade in this depa
nce of stock during June. Now is yoi
ash buys a pile of goods now. We wa
ig value for it. Come and see us.
- F. W. IIABENLI iT'.
F. W. IIABENICIIT'S.
HIR b DI1PROVED1.
F. WV. IIABE-NI~IlT'S.
ONE CAN O FINE -E!E.cTED I
CR EAM TARTA R
For famniiy use, at
F. W. IIABENICLIT'S.
KEY & CO.
Jobbers and I
P Lm , LDASil!ONED NORTH CA
1:Y EWkHIlSKIES APPLE AND PEA'
of pure goods fcr priv.ate use and medicinal
as stailtard, an we w:eluting but high gra
celebrante' K EY bran : o o.d-fashionled hand
packed in cases of one doz.'n bottles. W'e qc
N. C "P'oplair Lo'" Corn Whiiskey, $1.25 tc
U3ye Wiuisey, -.0 to 6:.o0. accorditg to a
A~pple l~Indy. -" a.
Pe'a'.h 1Brandy, '2.7?.
WXe can furish1 Corn Whiuskey in eases of 1
p:ints, half pints and quarts re. dy for use, at
Can make sp'c'ial prices on bar'rel shipmiel
country of old Corn Whiskey, ri pen'd and me
it for priivate use.
CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA
Samuel Spencer, F. W. Huidekoper, and
Reuben Foster, Rteceiv'ers.
CONDENSED SCHEIDULE, IN EFFECT MAY 13, 1834.
Trains run by 75th, Mteridign Eastern Tim.
Northbound, I No. 38 | No. 38 No. 101
S Daily Daily Daily
Lv. JTacksonville.1 7.00 am~ 4.30 pm....
Lv. Savannah....I 1145 am -9.35 pin....
Ar. Columbia.....! 4.0.5Arm 2.10 am .....
17tharleston. ..!~7.15 amx ~53i~m....
Ar Columbia..!11.15 an 10.10 pm....
LEvAugusta .1.30 pm!... .". ~7.00 'T pm
"Graniteville... 2.03 p 17.41 pm
"Trenton.......! 2.30 pmn.........8.16 pm
"Johnstons..... .45.pm.........8.32 pm
Ar Columbia. ....| 4.33 pm ....10.30 pm
Lv Columbia. .. .10 pm 3.20 am 3.20 azr
Lv WVinnsboro ..6.13 pm 4.23 am 4.25 am
"Chester...7.01 pm 5.15 am 5.15 am
"Rock Hill..7.40 pm' 5.50 am 5.50 cm
Ar Charlotte. .... 8.30 pm 6.40 am 6.40 am
"Danville...,12.27 n't 11.45 amp 11.45 arq
"Richmond. ~6.0 m 4.50 pm 5
"Washmngton . 713 am '.30 pm . pm
" Baltimore..8.23 am 11.35 pm 11.85 pm
SPhiladelphia..; 10.36 am 3.00 am 8.00 am
" New York. ...i 1.23 pmn 6.23 aih 8.23 azm
Lv. New York. . pm 21 n . .
" Philadelphia..' .5pr .0am
" Baltimore...~ m .4 am
Ly.Richmond. . i1.4 nn
Lv.Danville.. .4 '3~
Ev.Charlotte. 9.30a ....P~ i~o
"Rock Hill. . I13 pm1.3 ~
"Chester. 0. ~ 21 nt1.1 ~
-'Winnsboro ....115 m1.8 .0am
Ar. Columbia..-... 23 n .5nm21 ~
Johnsons .......8 ~m
Ar. Augusta. .0 pm......4 ~
Lv.Columbia ..... '2)pm6.0n .
Ar Charleston..... 8.5pml nm
ar.Savannah. .... 43 ~ .0nm
6Jcsnil.5.9.5 p.m 70.10 a.m . !..
On trains 9os. 3 p a m .42~ Gra. ........
On No. 35 and .4,0 ad 10.5 Pulm S.55epers
On Trains 0.207 atm 1.3 .m 11.37t p an
outwcter st1.57ea1 1.1 n': .14 Pullman
For detild 1ino5manin 2.15l and t.15 ahm
1.A UK . p.m .. .A--DW-IC50a
3~ryo.3 D.m .- ---.---- . A.
V. E.McB.2 pm ..e... --U~.- .am
.M .02p '....-- T 8.45 Mag.m
4 S(1. pAm .80 . ......
" . Jak on il.. .:5p i1.10t a om l.....
On tra'lins o.33~ to ~an . ApGreatUiS at
as al Puan SlinCs eteen thew rk
nNos 35an 36, 0nd1,PlmO'an Sepr
R IS COMBN,
Ve have them ard at right prices.
r White Goods i Plain Lawns,
[so full stock of Figured Lawns,
goods. A new supply just re
-ns in the fashionable butter color.
ad its, and can please you in
ick's Patterns and can show you
et now ready.
SHOES. A specially nice line
rtment and want to clean out b.al
r time to get bargains. A little
nt your cash and will give you
VELL & RUFF.
F. W. IIABENICHT'S.
F. W. IABENICHT'S.
Rass' Royal Imported
JEL'AT - GINGER 't ALE
F. W. HABENIC1[T'S.
'RESIL IMPORTED SARDINES.
Fresh Salmons Steak in i lbs.
Fresh Potted Ham.
Fresh Cove Oysters.
Fresh Hammond Co.'s Corned Beef.
F. W. H ABENICRIT'S.
ROINIA lIAND-MAUE CORN AND
.31I BliA Es. we make a specialy
iurposes. our brands are all recognize
de goods. We are sole proprietors of the
-madle Carn Whiskey and Apple Brandy.
.ote as folio .vs in lots from 1 to 10 gallons:
$,00, according to age.
Extra charge for kegs and jugs.
,2, 4, 6 and 8 doz -n bottles to ease, in
.ts. We have the largest stock in the
lowed by age, and especially recommend
To the good people of
Fairfield. we wish to ask
why you don't buy more
of the "Premium Caro-.
lina Buggies" manufac
tured on honor at York
vile, S. C.? What ! You
don't know about them ?
Why, t ha t 's strange.
Nearly everybody knows
that they are the best and
most reliable buggy ever
offered to this trade. W~e
will from time to time
give you some reason
why you should buy the
Hoping you will "ge
right" and buy the bes
we are yours for goo
Yorkville, S. C.
WVALHALLA, S. C.
G0I> PLACE TO SPEND TIla
'Where vo can have
or a. lloardi,
Attention at a
A t an attitude of 1200 feet the niights
o0 always cool, water cold and pure,
d sceery grand.
For rates write to