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I N NSW) RO, S. C.
P es !ay. September 18. 1M4
THE grand urv of Florence county
returned "no bili" against the parties
ch-trged with looting the dispensa y
there at the time ot the Darlington
1a1it. MELVILLE MELLICUAI' has a I
couintinicationI inl this issue which
ns that lie does not gra-zp the
tueaning of the resolutioin passed by
the Convention inl the Court Ioute ont
the 10:h, of which le was even a dele
g:ate. That resolition distinct lV says
IIt it the appeal is made only to Demo
erat-. Thisi imlovemient i. for )cmn c
iacy agaltinit Third Part iam, Ocalii,
lRejpub icanisi-it is for Utiua(illitie/.
I )emiocracy. It is againe-t Tiihlinism
bec.iuse iliiianisi, is goi into tile
Third 'arty irihnally whe the "light
breaks in the West." It i- against
Ti-ltnaiisin because Tilhianism is
Third Part% isin in entim. nt and pur
poc1e now already. L is no man's
movement; it is a movemcnt onl prin
ciple. It was not gotten up for Butler
or ant other one marn. When the
"light breaks in the West" and Till
man starts out, as lie said he would do,
::nd carry two-thirds of the State with
him, there will be a pure Democratic
party left wvbic'.i will not follow that
St ar o f Bethlehem into t he Thii di Party
camp ini the WVest.
Lethel Presbytery mect in Salem
Church, Fairfield County, S. C , Sep
temuber 11, at 11 o'clock and adjourned
September 13 at 4.30) p. mn. The open
ing sermon was preached bylRev S I[.
Hay, of Clover, the last moderator
present, from Romi. 5:19. Thle re
tiring mioderator, Rev. WV. S. Hlamiter,
of Blacksburg, was sick and unable to
There were fourteen ministers and
twenty-eight elders preseoat. Rev
J B. Swanu, of Bullock's Creek, was
elected tmoderator, and Rev. J. L.
McLin, of Chester County, temporary
L-banon, lioreb and Union chur~ches
in Fairfield County called Licentiate
Jas. Russell to be their pastor. .\r.
Rtussell stood very creditable e~:nmina
tions on Theolo.y. ch irch government.
sacr~amnents and hesorv. Presby tery
appointed the followt ing e->misiion
to ordaitn and itnstall Mr. lmusell pas
tor over Lebanon on the hub Sabbar h
in September, viz.: Dr. J. It Thorn
well, of Fort Mill, to pre~i~ie, with
Rev. G. T1 Bourne, of Salem, a< ltr
nate; Rev. .'l. R1 Kirkpatrick, of
Ulackstocke, to charge the pe ple, and
Rev Al. x. Sprunt, of Rock Hill, to
cha'ge the pastoc. Elder J. W. Ash
ford, of i ,reb, was also appoint ed on
the comfmissioni. The installation wr
vice at Hforeb was appointed foar 1t
:,. im. on'tirst Sabbath of October, :oei
that for Union at 3 30 p,. mi. ae in
samte Sabbath. Rev. W. (. ->ville,
of Yorkville, was appointed to pr eside.
and Rev. J1. W. McLure to deliver the
charges at both these services. E-der
~J. R. Harvey was appointed on the
committee foi- Horeb anid Elder J. W.
Ashfvrd for Union.
W. Hope Whyte, of Rock Hill, who
was examined at last meeting, was
taken under care of Presbytery at this
meeting as a candidaite for the minis
fry 1w illiami HI IHamiltont, of Leba
none. anid E. B. Mendenhall, of Be
thedda, were examined with a view to
b~eintg received at next meeting.
('onferenices were held on Home
Missions and on the State of Religion
within the bounds of the churces.
Addresses Onl home missions were
made by Alex. Sprunt, of Rock Hill,
Evangelist W. K. Boggs and B. P.
Reid, of Kershaw. Encouraging re
ports wvere ma-de from the mnajority of
the churches on the State of Religion
wvithin the . bounds.
A servide wvas hel in memory of
Rev. W. G. White, Jr., some time
pastor of Lebanon, Iloreb and Union.
A paper 0on his life and work was read
by Rev. B P. Reid, of Kershaw, and
remarks were made by others.
Rev. D). N. McLaughlin, of Chester,
and Col. A. RI. Baniks, of Yorkville,
-were elected trustees of l~avidsoni
College. Elder A. P. Brown, of
Heath Springs, wVas elected trustee of
Rock Hill High School.
The following Executive Coinittee
was elected for next year, v'.z.: Rv
M. R. Kirkpatrick, of Bilackstocks;
Rev. Alexander Sprun:, of Rock Hill;
Rev. W. G. Neville, of Yorkville;
Rev. D. N. McLauchli, of ( hester;
with Elders A. P. Brown, of Heath
Springs, E. A. Craw fo d,Jr , of Ches- 1
ter, and A. HI. Whit., of Rock lull.
The following Committee on Educ:a
tion was elected, viz : Rev. B. P
Reid, of Kershiaw, R1ev. W. MI. Mc-f
T'heeters, D.. D., of Columbia, Rev. I
C. W. Hlumphreys, of Lancaster, Rev
Jos. H. Wilson, of Fort Lawni and
Elders W. P. Ussery, of Heath
Spring:, J1. IR Haves, of Kier~h v,!
and .1no. 1 . McDow, of Lanca ter.
va.- nominiiateI as next mo terator with
Ier T. . Hall. of Bcthea. a alter
Yorkville was chosen ai next laLe'
Rev. 1". 1) 1'erry, of Synod of Ger
fa, was present on last day of Pre
bytery and was invited to ,it a-4 a en,
Presbetury was lianidsoiiely inter
ained and rinuch enjoved its se-sioiI
the new church. The new church
bui ding is to be dedica tedU oil Sabbath.
rTe sermon will be preaclied by Rev.
I)r. -. I. Thornwell, of FoL Mill.'
TIe buildinr is very prett. The pa
tor Rev. G. T. Browne and lis peop'e
have shown taste, energy. and ler.,e
venrance in its erection. We hope, Me
Editor, that it will not be long befol e
we visit Salem again. B. 1).1:i>,
Ve-ak, nurisig nmot.ers gain strength
and fli-sh usiing Jolnson's Compound
Uod Liver Oil. :ltich in fat food.
p!ea'.nt L- take and ea-ily digested,
riving stre gthi to ou..er and child. I
Winnsboao I)rn1g Store. *
CENTsrvILL:, Sept. 1-.-We have
n thing of imuch impoz tance this week.
E7ery thing quiet a0bOut Centreville.
We ate having n eatlier now for gath
et ing cotton. ithere is aot of it open
and every boty is bar. . Trhe push will
will sioonl be over, for the crop is hort
-not near as good us ih;ught to be.
The clay land crop of cottou in this
section i, -.t least 25 per ceit short of
We aro expecting to have a hut
n 0i d o i he Ie I m'in e)imCr t, of
tilt- I. ar I r1-46- k trt Sni' i i i day,
- -..p1 htebr 22. Eve:-%body i., inlvied
dU I Uelt Ute -ll UtUn: wli: takei t '
6omc of Fairli lid's irti nished ra
t.rs n il' U>e pretit to ditci-l the
f iLe' y.
\Ve htave hiad aL deiiighlt iuI rei't d mee itct
ill at Zan e li'.. Cn ek B 4 p-,it Church
during the past w -tk, cu i :eud by
Rev. .1. S. Tlid.A el!, p'&or in chatge,
a,s%iistrd bh, llev .\r. .31eDowell viho
tn, provedl to be a bi S,inlz :-ent b; the ,
UomniipUote'Ut h-?IUUl tUf Aiduhty GTot.
Mr MeD webi k a vo utg unt , trm-!
t.. 61 CAmidtn, but !low iitt i
reo u ai h .m n1 u,e him as an in
-I enmtrum t to bintg many ino UU.; t o
eetiii attev. Godl bes yol, Brot lher
MlcDowell, :il we meet .gain
There huas bee eigh1t a'cessions to
the church uLig this mtineZ i i
m(Ie art- txpecied Le:or'e it closc-.
.\av Uo.i help -hemt to holl out taithI
full% to the evd.
> o.ite (f oil. frtitrs are htuljiiug
tleir ;Zotn 1Uto It) C.Atldei. It is tiell
furt her, but the maark'-r is much better.
Look ,,ut, lidgeway, (Camden wi:l jget
ouUr c'ottlon utIle- you do bett(er.
T wo Lives Sav'ed!
1I , wa t Ud it he do'& -lUto:.' she hau Co2:u.
her, but two botuecs of D r Kin gs N .'
su-uiptioni, iaed wit hu t res" e.-ryt in
else tlie'n inu.hlt onte h otzh Uf I) . Kint
such resuits, of whvlich ihes ar i:mpe
meutdi~ ine in Co twhs andIU CohI . Free ti IL!
bot les at Malcater's & ':o.5 Dru-n Stur:
SOMIE REFL~ECTIONS ON TIIE SI'EL'
In Wh~icha the Tru~e Pucriport of' the. MoI(ve
lU ourt me)Unng of~ U the 1 0 hi V, I' hat
M.j Wom'Utwa'n ( he fanL ti-r - f true
Detmcrcy~ Ut l'airiehl cun.ity atnd
awa po:.:r'e-(Us'U vt*) wasL~ prudenlttt and
.Lt Iui Il aI I. d in 't II iirt op..osinig
a n'tmiinaL'i n he Uare the meeting of the
cNt.~U-,n [ t e tt tI in ColIutbiai
Septembher 17. Nowv. sitr, we are in
fll e ml.i'thU' w i'hi this movement;
we h~ve b I.- p-U,-. U' t it by A'he act ion
o.f t' lefrm erU iU theC virIU LI dis
f'achi -em..ru i tUh..iu *e wVho do itat
tfllUow thij g.U ; ::id I have heard
p"rminen'' It -t'rno'' - almost i.<hnir
'UrII ridh to 1.U li- ionO'., atwl mtany
A'0UUI.' j .iii tI U (itt' flKert, aLs thtitr
it~ is ~ vi' b.. un ni-regardedl, :Ld
prei)UUU U..U! ~ o g't. .have.'I L-ceni
made hve no I.e :nl'.Ized. I it does the
the very t'.ugto -peln ota
Ua-a p I r (U ow t 't mant in theti C.;l
r v.,ter- or oUr S:are? Should we
ot be --t i-dl.Ii on a fuli atnd fr'eet
solution anid h i re-a of~ a vote of the
white I )rIo->cre 'Ut our1 State and~
tho6.x( hwyo.'s u'elw U'UweU to our aZi in '76|
to lit our' State ont of Republicaniism
anud cortir Uin't. ? " turely n io true mrn
L"an denUU (i'e' tn .t 'U tor' theyt pro'(ved
I beg leava tu ap;o al t true Demo
erac' , b -tther- :11n1 geotttkmnn of Fair
i"IItint'u.tv~ of bth fitictionUt), that we
'~thl a hi LI now ; th it we have a meet
og, r'U'ntese..te' by both; that the
grievntc ' of' di-':nsioni andi the pr'ob
I akedl 1it', andt : ;utj Lannenttt be tmade.
A t any raite, tha- n etagree to test our
trnglUth upen a high, mnoral plane,
wxith tno appeatlI to a ny for'mert Repub
[ic::n party ; I hat I he in nes be discussedI
mptiiioiUtat ely bef'o're the pub~ie ; that j
peake si antd <at.d dattes regardl thei r
aI.pponentta a- ~ e I.l itun of thontor; that
10 suchl ep~ it : a''.ie" 0or other termns
i>) cta~nanon io emtAUi-.l'tn speeches lie
. ed ad utLh'ai w.- t aim high antd tr
>tUe'' morel' to uniurl the ha tner oh ,
tyh'eUni ~.ot r u i'r-d old s a'e wa'L It
>iwnt and hotor. Can We itotfot' e
>neeC look to the iu:ure of tile riking
ets (Uf Car'olina anid give tnam a -
uture to aspire to.
This remedy is be'omiing so well known t
md so popular as tUo nee'd no special mn. b
,ion. 11 whIo have used'U Electric Bitters al
n the same son:: U f praise.--A purer t(
tiedicine doets not exist andi( it is guaran- se
eel to) UdU all that is claimed. .lectric s
.,itters will cure all diseases of the Liver,
mnd Kidlnevs,- w.ill r'emov~e Pinmples, Boils ~
a1t Rhenuil dUther' affections caused by
mplurei bloUodU -W' U driv.e MIalaria from
he s' iu Ut :1 ow'--*t as wellI as eure all
ilahtial i e.- -e ... U' of H eadache,
iit trs t-ntitr' stat e'tin .:urateeUd, or
nUUon'eyIU tteuuded. -Prti''e 50t ets. anid St per
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitche
and Children. It contains ne
other Narcotic substance. ]
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothi
It is Pleasant. Its guarant
Millions of M1others. Castori:
feverishness. Castoria prev
cures Diarrhoea and Wino
teething troubles, cures cI
Castoria assimilates the fo
and bowels, giving health
toria is the Children's Pant
Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dre,,. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
V1ood effeet upon their children."
Da. G. C. OSGOOD,
-Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stond of the various quack nostrums which are
destroying th-ir loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Da. J. F. K1ncEcLOE,
The Centaur Company, Ti M
AFFAIRS AT MOSSY DALE.
MNSSY U)AL:, S-_eptemnber 1.-Thec
Veatlier for -the ast two weeks has
Wee t11e fr ga;eri ng' er'ps, but ha,
eeu di tiii:ntal to the cotton a; tle
at.e bIolls will not lie fullv matu: red.
che (.)[oon eroths b)een cuil. ot, Conl
drabh-v. L-ue -orn i- no good ; too
o- f ir it.
The priotriactct I:neelilg at Beilhel
a cos d. The at lid:ue wa
ot .:t (.d a. desir:d, i to the
h- !!mie. ' There wer e several
IVI inhus recive-d. l her Hook
; i . - i . coin
>w, -., ai . o::, a bae :.ti M -ers
4ot.. . ..-ut w ii2 i d-m th- ).
.......t.. n eoebhs o
De14:ifi ,Cino wCte
.crl :I di st- . :.. tu - t-hey1 - i a l ) Ii
herei' isi on! zne warzto enre~ Denf
lxsi, :unt th':- iuu ii i ")1hexv on it inal
imedien.- D.-afhesh is t n e b an
ijlned Cenlditizil of tlhe itleO-is .Qin
17e wil ghe One!!:051 itle Doben
laliI) h ca.il:t -dc .\tt b y e [ a'
atnnbi-! Cure.Sd for clirecitlas re:e.
'. whrn CIIEE CnOr.l Tled, D0af
"sol by t I )r gstdt , 7li . te I la
a se toI N- ;,W "O.mal candtion.~i
Ine eases;-r orutr fi te are: w~i. ,'9d by
L tarrh Which f songbt all.**-.( (2tI' in
imed, cont~ion the inueous~v-4:i sur-l
ore ilc l give On runred I Doirst
itri rh tatl. cant tbe cared byHall's
atarrhnt aCure. S e rnd fo:iruas fre
Mas. lAIn-l'w's SOO~TIIINGi SylUt)'' Ias
Dhden Cryd fr-or liftyersstmilias
:nWherays si the chiiden wher teh
When, shfen ecae enmS, a lng t 'aslti.
hesh id Chih-.and s he ebenstr.y
r Diarhoea. 's lreh tIf bel ooit
stan vry Arrect' thiswory. Twnty-d
-ecents a hysie.aDe sueunf:sk for4
ifr. Wnslws oo~ thgayrup," and
he no other kinl.p5-.ectrys@
ense s pa ofChis, scre for CxstorTTO.
DOTn sheorx beame Moisssshe clungoto nastorian.
Wen nse d lettdr.a wlsen d v hz Cstored,
phyr ai.Flsad pal sedninpli
xvl4t a iesl. s thps rec. yaf
adree Pnd rlil o mpaeny.isov
ersed. Blof npelroincipled
d TiCie in pl eof -hv AskforCoo' Coi~t So)
nta ln-otage in fotran twe w enealedno
dro Pond~iikR Lil Company,
-1 ' No.d 3;en ther Bclo, Deit, bemicd.
OTCE le i 2sIl erIth Gentha As
appIcat~ 12 inle for' the etention of2
CionI 1%(i; ofthe Revised Statutes of
a th Csr-olina, 189:3.
G. fl. 3Ic3ASTEIt.
HIS and Opium~abits
cured at home with
~IHISKEYout p ain.Book of par
tieu larsinent FREE.
r's prescription for Infants
ither Opium, Morphine nor
t is a harmless substitute
ng Syrups, and Castor Oil.
e is thirty years' use by
a, destroys Worms and allays
ents vomiting Sour Curd,
I Colic. Castoria relieves
>nstipation and flatulency.
od, regulates the stomach
y and natural sleep. Case
cea-the Mother's Friend.
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior toany prescription
known to mie.' I. A. ARCHER, M. D.,
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn. N. Y.
"Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
UNITED IOSPITAL AND DisPENsARY,
ALLEN C. SMIT, Pres.,
nrray Str.t, New York City.
If You Want to Know How
Good Buggies arc Made,
Our ,at frames are IIfide of widie
ash, tholtoughly glueId togethrl at Corn
ers and a symmetrical _Ikirt cut on
Panel. are made oval by arraifing
the machine with a special rig We have
gotten till, io that ien the seat is
finished it preen.ts a conlvex surface,
hus cauing the' varni.ih to show to
od ::dvantag., and giving the v(h'cle
lhand1ome appearance. C:Ils are
thorougnlyX' iroisedi to h a pattern S -1 that
hey are all alike, and batck< and t ops
are interchangeable. The atdvanatage
"f this is that if' you have onelof our
,ujgies andh Walit a cushijon, hnck or
top we can sond( you ote to Ii'. 1':uuiels
are m~ai of l*hwl Itidge .. ul untain
IOur' seats arec uiiand by Mr. Cicero
M oore wit h a comtpetelnt COlps of as
We* proudtly ch-t len-!a ~ the rbd to
Ico-p.i sea' -iviih uI..
Mr W. 31. 1'.ridk, .f Wood ward,
has recen': -- ael-I' 'I the :'gency for
Our- .rodu~c' in hi- vcir.y , ami will
tIP nl :ased t.,e ai to Ii ''n the merits
tin' "PIREM I U X CA llOLINA
Yorkville,. S. C.
- Is sot d with w.-ittenl
. d -guar::ntee to cure
- *M N ervou's 'rstra
tion, Fi-s, oizz1
-, ress,11cadaeh e and
-tEDrE:.. - AF-:R' siou, sof'inigof
th BaicasigMisery, Insanit~m DC't;
Premature Old Age, Involuntary Loss~es, cau'ed
by oer-Indulgence, over-exertion of the Brain and
.rrors of Youth. It gives to Weak Organs their
turtvigor and doubles the joys of life; cures
~Luorrhsa and Femnale Weakness. A month's treat
met, in plain package by mail, to any addrees. $1
p~r box, C. boxes $5. With every $5 order we give a
Written Cuarantee to cure or refund the money.
nircuars free. Guarantee issued only by our ex
WIN NSBOR) I)RUG; STOlmE.
Wi'nshoro. S. C.
Money to Loan!
Money to Loan!
T iE unldersIgned( hay this daty
formed a co par tnership nu ader
the firm-name of Davi4 McDonauld &
Dougla'o, for the purlpose of negotia
ting loans on first mor-tgages of farm
in lands, in snms of not less than
$300. Rate of initerest low, payments
easy and time of loan not less than five
years. For further particnlars apply to
.JAMES Q. DAVIS,
J. E. McDONALD,
W.r D. DOUGLASA,
Winnshoro, S. C.,
or A. E. DAVIS,
8 14 No~nicelo, S. C.
N ewberry, S. C.
NET SESSION OPENS TUIESMAY.6CTOER
C OURiES leading to~ tihe Degrees of
A. B. and U. S. Lncra-ed~u facili
tic-s for- the study of Physical Sciences?
Chemical an~d Phn-ical Laboratoryv.
Preparatory (departmnent under Prinei
prhip ot- n exper-ieced('li nstructor.
Ex; enses of Sesl on, $98 to $128. Send
for- crulolgue or other i t~formnaiion to
11E. U. WV. HiOL[LND, *Pn.D.,
L'he 28th term begins on3NONDAY,
C TOER 1, 1894.
Fb' Engiish Course',
< las'icatl an~d Model~rn Languages,
Me tciinuical Dr) aw in
Mant! Training in Nachine Shop,
Military Discipline and Drill.
Sea'd for catalogne to
EV. A. TOOMERI PORTER, D. D.,
3OUTHERN RAILWAY CO.
ondensed Schedule, in Effect Aug. 1st, ,94.
'rains ran by 75th, Merldlan Eastern Time.
Northbond, No. 38 N o. 30 No. 10
Daily Daily Daily
,Y. JacksonvilC .l 7.00 am 4.'.0 pml .........
,r. Savannah..... 1145 am 9.33 pm...........
r. Colunibia...i! 4.05pm '2.10 aml.
Charlston. .. ~7.15 am 5.30 p.........
r Columbia ..... 1.13 am 10.10 pm...........
.v. Augusta ...... 130 m .......--. m
(;--raiteille... 2.03.pm ........ 7.41 pm
Trenton.. 20pm.......... .16 pm
Johnstons..... 2.45 pm ......... S.32 pm
kr Columbia. 4.3 pm ........10.30 pm
Lv Columbia. 5.10 pm .20 am 3.20 am
Winnsboro... 6.13 pm 4.25 am 4.25 am
"Chaester. ..... 1 pre 0.15 am 6.16 am
Rock Hill.. 7.40 pm 5.50 am 5.50 am
r ChLrlotte. 1 8.30 pm 6.40 am 6.40 am
'' Danville.......112.27 n't 11.45 am 11.45
-Richiniond--- -.20 am -U pM OR
Washtt. pm .5 am S .m
Baltimore.. 8.23 am 11.35 pm 11.5 pm
SPhiladelphia. 106 am 3.00 am 3.00 am
"New York .... 1.13 P M 6.23 am 6.2 am
ves.Limj1 No. 3.%, No.9
Southbond. o 3 Do. D 7 1o.9.
Dilly. *Dally. Daily.
-V.New Y 4 p.m1 n't ..........
-Philadelphia.. 6.55 p.m, 7.20 a.m ..........
Baltimore .... 9.20 p.ml 9.42 am ..........
Ly.Washin ton. ..o p.m11-01 a.m ..........
Cv~1cha imondU e..... . ' E0 .....
Lv.Charlotte...... 9.30 a.m! 0.50 p.m 10.50 p.m
Rock Hill......10.20 a.m'11.37 p.m 11.37 p.m
Chester-...... 10.7 a.m'12.14 n't 12.14 n't
Winnslore ..-. 11-50 aim 1-08 a.m 11.08 a.m
Ar. Columbia..-.. 12.55 n 2.15 aDn 2.15 a.m
Lv.Columbia... 1.03 p.m. - - - - - .... 4.50 a.m
" Johnsons..... 2.45 p.m ........ 7.18 a.m
Trenton........ 3.03 p.5 ....... ,35 .m
"Graniteville..: 3.29 p.m ....... 8.05 a.m
Ar. Augusta.. 4.02 p I ... 8.45 a.m
.Columbi. 4.2 p.m 1 .
Ar Charleston..::: 8.45 p.m 11.30 am ...
LrColumbia .....0 pm 1.)5 am ......
Ar.avannah. .... 4.30 p.m 5.33 a.m ..........
- Jacksonville... 9.35 pim 10.10 a.m.
SLEErING CAR SERVICE.
On trains Nos. 35 and :6, Great U. S. Fast
Mal, Pullman Sleeping Cars between New York
Columbia and JacksorviUe.
On Nos. 35.and 36, 9 and 10. Pullman Sleepers
between Charlotte and Augusta.
On Trains Nos. 31 and 38. Wa4lington and
Southwestern Vestilluled Limited, Pullman
Sleeping Cars between Washington and Augus
ta. 1ew York and Je'cksonville and Tampa.
For detpiled information local and through
time tables, rates and Pullman Sleepn-car
reservation, confer with local agents or addrs
W. A. TURK, S. H. HARDWICK,
Gen-1 Pass Ag't Ass-t Gen' Pass Ag't
WASHINGTO. D. C. ATL.ANTA, GA.
W.13. RYDER, Supt., COrMIA. S. C.
W. Ii. GUEEN. J. M. CUL-.
G e n'1-. M-r. . Tratuc Mug'r.
WA.,; rox, 1). C. WAsnIGTOs, D.C.
AND SA LS.
I have six Young Mutles
left over and three or tour
plugs, a few good M ares and
some nice Driving I harses.
Will be sold to suit the times.
Will pay the highe.-t cash
price for all classes of cattle,
either fat or poor.
Winnsboro, S. C.
Best Ilan"u. l'Iik ~an. 4UgI1non~der~
Rock C iwiv to- I.u-o 1:e n e,. Shoe
eed Rye, Darl.:y anJ1 Wh at, Critnson
Clover, Rel Clover awld Lrtcernr.
AAiice assortment of Spectacles for
old and young.
Plenty of Turnip Seed still on hand.
DUE WEST, S. C.
Opens frst Monday in October next.
Offers Classical and Scientific
[Lrge and handsome building com
pleted. Delightful climate.
Now in the .55th Year of
[oal expenses for board and tuition
grWrite for catalogne.
W. M. GRIER, President.
Ete Ol Stad Uner D)r. Quittleham's On .
TU E undersigned will be' pleased is
.Iserve the public. Satisfaction _guar
.need in hair-cut or shave. Appreciatlng
>a patronage, solicits it in the future.
., -s...- er nvTAO77
HAVING RETURNED FROM
We are now receiving and opening our
-: F as ll G -o c l e .
Our buynrs have bought largely. With the largest stock
n our line in town, with many
to offer, we can give better quality and more goods for your
lollars than you ever had before.
COME AND SEE THIS NEW STOCK.
CALDWELL & RUFF.
NEW AND STYLISH HATS.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LOT OF
->g Latest Styles. +
COME -:- AND -:- SEE -:- THEM.
. SOFT HATS.
LATEST SIIAPES AN) SH ADES.
T. II. KETCHIN & CO.
Chicago Cottage Organ.
T.EEOGAN OD IHRFR AHO NT 1SAL
A ODPAET PN H O A ITEMONEY
wil o heehad i.e cali
and gt a god p iro
Atanati~deof J. :h 3 BOAG, 7 gent.
C.A.LN Lf, $1.OO- and $1.50
wi go ethem in Gld aind caliver
DE NT Ila C. M. Chandler.
B. J. QUATrT L E IA U01. I) I S. NOTICE.
SURVEYING DONE AND SOLICIT