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Thursday, Xa:ch 14,
Bank Report-T. H. E.liott,Casiler.
StandIng on the Threshold of Spring
-Q. D. Williford, Manager.
I 0a -r---.
-Rain! Rain! Rain! Monday, Tues
day and Wednesday.
-The County Board of Equi.lization
was in session on Tuesday.
-The Board of Township Commis
sioners was in session on Wednesday.
-According to the weather bureau
we shall have pretty cold weather by
to-night. Anything preferred right
now to rain.
-A North Carolinian explains the
eclipse by saying that the moon was
ashamed of the Legislature of that
State and hid its face.
-J. L. Mimnaugh invites an inspec
tion of his stock-gents firnishing
goods, new dress patterns, a beautiful
assortment of silk waists, fine shoes,
-All freight trains carry local pas
sengers now. This will be a great
convenience to the traveling public,
especially passengers desiring to go
-One gardener in town says that
she is tired waiting fur the sunshine,
and just as soon as a ray of sun is seen,
she intends to plant everything she
wants in her garden.
Johnson's Oriental Soap imparts a
delicate eder and leaves the skin soft
and velvety. Try it and you will
never use any other. Winnsboro Drug
-Railroads can do more than any,
other agency towards settling up a
country, and we hope that the Land
and Immigration Department of the
Southern Railway will be a great
benefit to the South. The West was
settled to a very great extent by. the
raroads. Large bodies of land di
Tided into small tracts are what they
want. A great many people in Fair.
field have more land than they need
and THE Nxws AND HERALD will be
glad to hear from all such persons
-The competition between the Sea
board Air Line and the Southern Rail
way is resulting in cheap passenger
rates. The Seaboard people say that
they have been boycotted by the
Southern Railway, and they are re
taliating by offering exceedingly low
rates to passengers. You can go from
Chester to New York for only $12 by
way of the Seaboard Line. This is
certainly cheap, and if the fight be
tween the two lines continues corre
sponding low rates for freight will
soon follow. The Southern has n->t
yet made anly cat in rates.
MASONIC MEETING. - The regular
monthly communication of~ Winnsboro
Lodge No. 11, A. F. M., isill be held
this (Thursday) evening at 8 o'clock.
By order of the W. M
Mr. J. J. McLure, of Chester, was
in town on busidess We drnesday.
Mrs M. L. Egleston and her daugh
ter, Miss Lou, have returned from
Barnwell where they had been on a
visit to Mrs. Prentiss.
Mrs. T. S. Bryan, of Columbia, is
visiting her father and mother, Dr.
and Mrs. D. E. Jordan.
Loss of strength and fesh, wasting
away from any cause promptly arrested
by using that greatest ol all fat pro
ducers, Johnson's Tasteleso Compound
Cod Liver Oil. Winnsboro Drug
Good agent to sell fruit trees on
commission. Monty advanced for ex
penses. Address, with reference,
A. M. H ASTING,
adv ellford, S. C.
-Missionary Meeting at Scion Presbyterian
The annual missionary meeting of
Scion Presbyterian Church wilt begin
tomorrow night and will continue
through the coming Sunday. Inter
esting addresses may be expected from
first to lr~st.
Rev. G. W. Painter, a missionary of
the Presbyterian Church to China for
the past twenty years, is now in this
country and is expected to reach
Winnsboro on Friday and remain
throngh the meeting. He will deliver
Mr. T'zi Takada, a Japanese student
at Columbia Theological Seminary,
has also promised to attend and will
give two or more addresses.
The public generally are cordially
invited to attend.
Messrs. Editors: Except the oil mill
there is no enterprise which brings a
dollar it-to Winnsboro but the Ladies'
Canniery. Our people therefore ought
to foster this industry by supplying
plenity of vegetables especially toma-|
toes so that the output of goods for
expert may be as large as po~sible.
Vegetables not sold to the cannery
might be shipped abroad and the re
fus.: fed to hogs, co-vs and poultry.
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular as to need no special men.
tion. All who have used Electric Bitters
sing the same song of praise-A purer
miedicine does not exist and it is guaran
teed to do all that is claimed. Electric
Bitters -.ill cure all diseases of the Liver
and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils.
Salt Rtheum and other affections caused by
impure blood.-Will drive Malaria from
the system and prevent as well as cure all
Malarial fevers.-For cure of Headache,
Constipation and indigestion try Electric
Bitters--Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
mojney refunded.-Price 50 ets. end $1 per
bottle a Mcster & CoM' Drugn Stnnre
A M M NICIPAL TICKET.
We nominate the following ticket:
J. W. IIANA IAN.
J. L. BRYSON.
A. W. BROWN
F. E. PROPST.
D. V. WALKER.
For clie, scour, sprains, bruises,
spavin, swellings ant all diseases of
horses aud catcle Johnson's Magnetic
Dil, horse brand, gives excellent satis
factiun. $1.00 size 50 cts.; 50 ct. size
25 cts. Winnsboro Drug Store.- *
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
Whereas, it has pleased the Great
Architect of the Universe to take from
our midst our late brother DnBose
Egleston; and whereas, it is a divine
injunction as well as the part of wis
dom "to mark the way of the perfect
aud upright man for the end thereof is
Therefore, be it resolved,
1. That in the death of our late brother
DuBose Egleston. Winnsboro Lodge
No. 11, A. F. M., has lost a member
who illustrated by his life the w ay a
man should enter upon its duties, dis
charge its responsibilities and lay
down its burdens.
2. That in the death of our late
brothe-, our community has lost a pure
citizen, and an upright man, who amid
all the vicissitudes of life, "walked
with God" and followed the light which
noble resolutio-, and high endeavor
always cast in the path of the just.
3. That a blank page in our minutes
be inscribed to his memory, a copy of
these resolutions be engrossed and sent
to the family of our late brother, and
that they be published in THE Naws
J. G McCANrs,
W. D. DOUGLASS,
R. B. HANAHAN,
THE O'NEIL CASE.
The Charlotte Obserrer has the fol
lowing to say in reference to the ar
rest of Chas. S. O'Neil, and unless
they have some special statutorr 'law
in North Carolina, it iz hard to see
how O'Neil can be held for trial:
Observer readers will remember of
the arrest a year or so ago of two
'Neils-Will and Charles. They were
detained here charged with stealing
hories from a party in South Caro
lina. They were tent under police
escort to Winnsboro, and there the
matter was somehow fixed up. Noth
ing further was heard of the O'Neils
until yesterday. Chas. O'Neil was
Lrrested in Winnsboro and will be
brought here to answer again to the
charge of stealing.
After leaving Charlotte and getting
leared in Winnsboro. he went to De
troit, Mich. There he got acquainted
with a yono man named Lee. He
ouht threelorses, paying the cash
own for them. Lee was also inter
ested in horses. O'Neil persuaded him
that there was much to be made in- the
South on horses, and got him to
rmise to come with him. He. mar
ried in Detroit and left a night or so
after, leaving Lee to follow with the
horses. When they met here O'Neil
ave Leo one of the horses as paymenit
for his getting it down here, and not
aving any ready money about him,
gae him a drafi. for $46 on a party in
aisbury- Lee went to Salisbury,
nc found that there was no such man
in the county. When he got back he
found that O'Neil had taken all three
horses and skipped. Lee had, in the
eantime, secured a position at the
ecklenbrg Iron Works. He noti
fled the police, the result of which was
)'Neil's arrest in Winnsboro.
Will and Charles O'Neil were never
brought to Winnsboro under police
scort for stealing horses and their
case "somehow fixed up" as the
Observer states. We can't see hew Lee
can reconcile the statement in the
Obserer with his affidavit upon which
the warrant for O'Neil's arrest was
issued. In that affidavit Lee swears
that O'Neil stole three horses belonging
o him, and it seems from the Observer's
statement that O'Neil had merely
promised to pay Lee some money and
promisedl Lee one of the horses in pay
mnent. It is not clear that the horse
was ever delivered, and if not, it still
remained O'Neil's, and he couldn't
steal his own property.
Wednesday's Observer has the fol
Lowing additional information in ref
grence to this case:
Chas. O'Neil, who was arrested in
Winnboro, S. C., by Mr. John S.
Hall, on the charge of horse stealing,
was brought here and put in jail. The
particulars as far as concerned the
statement of Mr. Frank- Lee, were
gven in yesterday's Obseroer, and
were correct except, says Mr. Lee, in
the amount for which O'Neil gave him
the check, which should have been
$125 instead of $46. The trial was set
for yesterday a'ternoon before 'Squire
6. W. Davis, but O'Neil moved to
have it transferred to 'Squire Maxwell.
[t was, therefore, postponed until to
clay at 12 o'clock.
O'Neil and wife were seen yester
ay afternoon. The former gave his
side of the story as follows: "I rani a
sale and livery stable in Detroit, and
hired Frank Lee as an assistant. That
as in October. He worked for mue
cintil I was ready to leave. I paid
him up and told him I was comino
South. IHe wanted to come, so I told
him he could come and take charge of
the hrses on the way. I gave him
money to pay his and the horses' way
to Richmond. We drove from there
to Danville, and then I chartered a
car for the horses4 and my buggy.
Lee had charge of them. I paid his
expenses on the car. When we got to
Charlotte we went to Mr. Simley
Brown's. The hor.esi were put up
and Lee curried and cared for them
He had no claim to the horses whit
"I sent him to Salisbury to W. D.
Young, who lives several mtiles above
the town, to collect $125 for J. E.
Eing. I as compelled to leave tChar
lotte, btbefore Lee went away he
went to the depot with me and saw
my boxes and trunks marked Winns
boro, S. C. If I was trying to run
away I would not have been likely to
how him where my goods were going.
The day I went to Winnsboro I left a
note for Lee, telling him to go to
onroeaond from thereto Winnsboro.
I heard nothing from him afterward
until the warrant was served on me
the other day. If I had stolen a horse
from Lee, aid his clothes, as he claims,
although he had but one suit, and he
had it on, why has he waited so long
to arrest me? I wrote to Charlotte,
Monroe and Detroit to Frank Lee, but
received no answer."
During O'Neil's recital, Mrs. O'Neal,
an unusually pretty little woman, a
Canadian by birth, and whose coloring
is of the type that Augusta Evans
makes "Regina" in her Infelice, sat
by reminding him of dates, etc. Mrs.
O'Neil is also a very sensible little
woman. She was neatly and rather
stylishly dressed. She believes in her
husband, and shows her devotion and
trust in every word.
Catarrh Cannot be Cared
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they can
not reach the seat of the disease. Ca
tarrh is a blood or constitutional dis
ease, and in order to cure it you must
take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, and acts di
rectly on the blood and mucous sur
faces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a
quack medicine. It was prescribed by
one of the best physicians in this conn
try for years, and is a regular prescrip
tior.. It is composed of the best tonics
kncwn, combined with the best blood
purifiers, acting directly on the aucous
surfaces. The perfect combination of
the two ingredients is what produces
su.h wonderfut results in curing Ca
tart h. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0.
grSeld by Druggists, price 75c.
CANN1!S TO MEET.
A I T:aings Pertaining to Canned Goods
to Be Discus ed.
The first annual convention of the
Southern Canners' Association will
meet on March 20th, in Charlotte
There will be a display of all the latest
and most improved machinery used in
the packing of fruits and vegetables.
All canners throughout the South are
requested to be present and to send
their names to the secretary and treas
ury, Mr. H. L. Davidson, of Charlotte,
to be enrolled as members.
All who can attend will notify the
secretary at once. A list of the can
ners in every Southern State is desired,
and parties assisting the secretary in
obtaining the names of all Southern
packers will confer a great favor upon
the association. 'All- questions ad
dressed to the secretary will be cheer
fully answered.-Charlotte Obseiver.
Will the Ladies' Cannery have a
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phcebe Thomas, of Junction ( ity,
Ill., was told by her doctors she had Con
sumptiou and that there was no ho-e for
her, but two bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery completely cured her, and she
says it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers,
139 Florida St, San Francisco, suffered
from a dreadful c.ld, approaching Con
sumption, tried without result everything
else tfien bought one bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery and li two weeks was
cured. He is naturally thankful. It is
such resuits, of which the~se are samples,
hat prove the wonderful efficacy of this
medlcine in Coughs and Colds. Free trial
ottles at McMaster's & Co.'s Drug Store.
egular size 50c. and s1.00. -*
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Japanese Liver Pellets are the best
amily medicine for liter complaint
ad constipation. 50 pills in vial 25
cts. Winneboro Drug Store. *
3 ackien's Arnten Salve.
T nE BEsT SA LVE in the wold for Cura,
Bkuises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter,Chepped [lands, Chill.,lains
orns, and all Skin Eruptions, and poet,
~ively cures Piles, 0: no pay required It
Lsguarante'ed to give perfect satisfaction,
r money refunded. Price 23 sents per
1x. F.r sale by M"e-ister A CA'
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Use Dr. Miles' NzavE PLAsTzas for SPINAIL
WEAKNESS. All druggists sell 'em for 25c.
A CURIOUS CALCULATION.
Around the World 208 Times.
An eminent physician haes made a curious
mathematical calculation in giving the
orkings of the human heart in mileage.
He shows that in a lifetime of 84 years
the blood as it passes through the heart is
thrown a distance of 5,150,880 miles, which
in a continuous stream, would reach aroun
the world 206 times!
Keeping in view this constant strain on
the heart, and taking into consideration the
abuse'it receives from over-exertion, alco
holic and other stimulants, is it any wonder
that it finally becomes affected, refuses to
rform its work, and causes death? The
atcan be readily understood that one in
four hasa weak heart, al-o the importance of
treating that organ as soon a ts afected con
ditiois in the slightest degree manifested.
eader, if you have any reason whatever
r believing your heart to be affected( you
should attend to it at once. Do not hesi
tate. Mangprsons who die suddenly of this
disorder have never suspected its presence.
JSeph Boody, Pierpont. N. Y., writes: "Three
Ier~o ea to nave difficulty In breathing,
pepttolfteheart set in, and my limbseand
answere badly swollen. Physicians said I
ould not live a week. I began using Dr. Miles'
New Eeat Cure; the first bottle greatly relieved
me, enoo althug therears of age the several
me that I am a new man. I cheerfully recom
"Wiesuffmering from a severe attack of heart
ie& mt no rlef, I was inducedt.bysm
of Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. Evr doelifted
al raieh epdead. Iould wilnl ilte
New Heart Cure bottles with gold forthmgm
ent remedy they contain, if I could not get them
another terms."-S. A. Hull. Franklin, N. Y.
"For 20 years I was seriously troubled with
heart disease and nervous prostration, the latter
affecting the sciatie nerve of my left side. Dur
physicians, and set hundred o ol enwa
for medicines, all of which failed. Recnl 1y
began usin Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, and am
now entirefy free from my old complaints."
DMiles' ai Heartyr tas' sold on a ps
Medica CoElkhart. d. on recept of ie
$1 per bottle, six bottles s5, express preai. It
istively contains neitheropiates nor dagerout
u. Free book at druggists, or by mail.
s'.in WI NNSBORO DRUG STORE.
Cheeter's English Diamond nrand.
SAVE, aly reliable. ADIE d
m'dBad in Red sd Gol etallic
__boesl mseae with blue ribbon. Take
sdby all othe Reuc rgeosaa1 aiu
BOImInm WmAE OR MIrK
I have already opened
Dress Patterns, with a lot of I
Also a beautiful assortment of
My line of White Check(
attractive this season.
Che s We have a m
Heiser'S .hr sn
Fine o tLadies', Mi.
Weart all of which
Here you will always find
Boro. Gentlemen, don't fail
The assortment is undeniably
to the low water mark in prici
and ends in Winter Suits, at p
cloth. Great many novelties i
11PROE YOUR PE
Wait for my grand openih
bought already I will make yoi
that the tariff is a thing of th
An inspection of my siock
J. L. MIX
Q. D. WILLIFOI
I shall sell at public outcry en Mon
day, 17th inst., a number cf mules and
JAMES Q. DAVIS,
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
WINNSBORO NATIONAL BANK
W INNSBORo, in the State of South
. Carolina, at the close of business
5th March, 1895.
Loans and Discounts...........$95,721 36
overdrafts,secur'd and unsecur'd 5,252 981
U. s. Bonds to secure circulation, 25,000 00
Premiums on U. S. Bonds... 3,000 00
Stocks, securities, etc........ 51,51256
i'anking-house, furniture and
fixtures................ 10,000 00
Other real estate and mortgages
owned .................. 800
Due from National' Banks (not
reserve agents)........... 1,050 42
Due from state banks and bank
ers...... ......... ... 1,150 79
Due from approved reserve
Notes of ot er Nati'onal Banks7. 740
Fractional paper c ur r encey,
nickels and cents.......... 18.'580
Lawful morey rese~ve in bank,
Legal tendcr notes..2,430 00- 7,015 00
Redemption fund with U. S.
treasurer (5 per cent. of cir
TOTAL............ ......$319,246 61
sCaital stock paid in.........100,000 00
Srlus fund..............35,000 00
UJnivided profits, less expenses
and taxes paid...........11,03574
National Bank notes outstand
Due to other National Banks. 556 15
Due to State Banks and bankers 32 39
Dividends unpaid.............. 65500
Individual deposits subject to
ch'ck................. 97,176 15
Cashier's checks outstanding. 4113
Bills payable..............52,250 00
STATE OF SOUTH CAnOLtSA-Cov1NTY Or
I, T. K. EL.LIOTT, Cashier of the
above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
T. K. EL LIOTT, Cashier.
subscribed and sworn to before me this
13th day of Matrch, 1895.
R. HI. JENNRflCs, C. C. P.
G. Bl. MCIIASTER,
*T. W. LAUDE2RDALi., Directors.
J. F. MCMASTER,)
A suipply of the test
5c. Pencil Tablets on
A nice line of Sta
tionery, ini Tablets,
Envelopes and Papcr.
Another Snpply of
Blank Books and
Ledgers, Pens, -Pen
Reme'mb:r that we still have a ful
line of Gjardcn Seed. Irish Seed Po
tatoes <I several varietie.s and that
now is the time to plant.
Come :o us for seed wanted and we
guaran~ce to please.
MlASTE & CO
Under Winnboro Ilotel.
525 Agent's per month. will,
*prove it o pay forfeit. New
Articles just out. A $1.50 sample and
terms ;ree. Try us. CHIrESTER & SON,
old of Spring.
up some very handsome new
arge Pearl Buttons to match.
Silk Waisit Goods.
d Muslins are very cheap and
obby line in this department.
uch to admire in my stock of
ises' and Children's Slippers;
are the very best makes.
the most complete line in the
to look at my line of Pants.
fascinating. They are down
3. I have a great many odds
rices less than the c'ost of the
n Hats for spring wear.
ig in Glothing. If you have
i sick. You must remember
incurs no obligation to pur
o,- - Xayagr.
A N election for Intendant and four
Wardens for the town of Winns
boro for the ensuing year will be held
at the Town Hall in Winnsboro on
MONDAY, the FIRST DAY OF
APRIL, 1895, from 9 A. M. to 4 P, M.
Books tor the registration of voters
will be open at the same place on
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
preceding from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
The following gentlemen compose
the board of registrationr J. H.
Propst, S. K. McDonald, W. R. Elliott.
By order of Council:
J. A. HINNANT,
I You Want to Know How
Good Buggies are Made,
Our seat frames are made of white
ash, thoroughly glued together at corn
ers and a syirmetrical shirt cut on)
Panels are made oval by arranging
the machine with a special rig we have
gotten up, so that when the seat is
finished it presents a convex surface,
thus causing the varnish to show .to
good advantage, and giving the vehicle
a handsome appearance. eats are
thoroughly ironed to a pattern so that
they are all alike, and backs and tops
are interchangeabled The advantage
of this is that if you bave one of our
buggies and want a eushion, back or
top we can send you one to fit. Panelr
ae made of Blue Ridge Mountais
Our seats are made by Mr. Cicero
Moore with a competent corps of as
We proudly challenge the world to
cozpare seats with us.
Mr. W. M. Patrick, of Woodward.
has recently accepted the agency fox
nr product in his vicinity, and will
be pleased to explain to you the mnerits
of the "PREMIUM CAROLINA
Yorkville, S. C.
AND SALE SABLES.
Just Received and for
A carled of fine YOUNG MARES
and VUL'.rS, which I will sell cheap
for c~e or on time until niert Fall.
with good approved paper.
I will a'so excha*ge any of-those
Mares for Males. Persons wishing to
raie stock will do well to call and ex
amine them before buying elsewbre.
A Few Milch Cows for Sale.
Also a Few Buggies.
Winnsboro, S. C.
GLOBE PHOSPH ATEC0 /8S
ACID PHlL SPH ATE, DISSOLVED
Bone, Amm-;ni'ted Goods and Kainit,
for sale by
J. M. STE WART.
Orders also taken for Cotton Seed
Mal and rHnlls. 2-98tx9W
Please Call at U
We have some Winter Dress Goods,
to exchange for a few
COME - AND - SE]
That will give you a good stand-in your
arrive in a few days.
ONION SETS NOW IN ST
SEED IRISH POTATOES
We think we have the best Irish Po
ind have questioned many others who hi
hey ae the best. Potato nearly roud,
arlier than the Early Rose; is more pr
ind give us your opinion. Respectfully
J. M. BEAl
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO.
Eastern Time at Savannah and Pts. North.
Northbound. Daily No 36 No 10 No 20
Jan. 2o, 189. As lim Daily Dally Daily
Lv. Jackonville... 8.15 a 4J5 p . ..... .......
LT. savannah.....- 1.38 p 10.05 p ....... .......
&r. Columbia....... 4.30 p 2.10 a . ..... ......
v Charleston. .... 7.15 a 5.30 p ....... .......
Ax Columbia...... 11.15 a 10.10 p.........
v.Augusta. 2.10 p ....... 10.0 p .......
" Graniteville..... 2.44 p ....... 11.13 p..
" Trenton......... 3.06 P ...... 11.45 p .
" Johnstens....... 3.22 p ....... 12.02 1 .......
&r Columbia. 4.56 P ....... 2.16 .......
ov Columbia. ....., 5.00 p 3.20 a 3.20 a 5.15,p
" Winnsboro.... 7.00 p 4.23 a 4.2 a 6.23 p
Chester. ....... 4 p 5.12 a 5.12 a .7.15 .p
Rock Hill..... 8.13 p 5.49 a 5.49 a 7.50 p
kr Charlotte. 9.0 p 6.40 a 6.40 a 8.45 p
Danville.........12.50nt 11.35 a 11.35 a .......
Richmond ....... 6.45 al 4.0 4.50 p .......
Washington.... 7.42a 8.30P 8 P .......
Baltimore... 9.02 a11.35 p .......
Philadelphia... 1.30 a[ 3.00 a .......
"New York..2.03 p! G.23 a 6 a .......
Southbound. No 3 o No 9
So~t Dailyl Daily I iy Daily,
av.New York. 3.20 p, 1215nt ....... .......
"Philadelphia.... 5.55 7.20
"-Baltimore..... 8.37 p 9.42 a.........
..Washington...10.05 p1.0 a ....... .......
av.iohmond...12.50 a 12.30 n 12.30 n ...
a~v.Danville......5.00 Li .s .5 5.55 p..
avCaltt.... 8.4) 11.00 DI1.00 p8.50 a
"Rock Hill.. 9.26 La 11.47 11.47 p9.40 a
" Cheser...9.56a 12.21ntl 12.21nt 10.1Y a
" Winnsboro.,. 10.37 a 1.11 aj 1.11 a 11.10 a
sr.Columba....... 1.2.35n 2.20 - 2.20 a 12.20 p
V.Columbia.....12.40 p....... 4.05 a...
" Johnstons....2.17 pi.... 6.05 a...
" Graniteville...2.57p... 6.52 a ...
t. Augusta......3.30p... 7.35 a ...
a.v.Columbia...4.20p 6.45 ... ...
rCarlesto....... 8.40 1,1.30O ... ...
av.Columbia......110~ p .0.... ...
i.Savannah.... - 3.5 6.48 :... ....
" .aoksonvlle..7.05p 10.25 ...... .....
STEEPING CAE SEE'VIC!E.
Nos. 33 and 34 N.Y. and Fia. Short Line Im-.
ted. Tbrough train between Jackcsonville and
. Y. Through Pullman cars St. Augustine
ew York, Tampa and New York, (via-Jack
onvlle) Augusta and N. Y.. also Dining cars
nd first-class coach.
Nos. 35 and 38 Grei~t U. S. Fast Mail. Through
M11man Buffet car J'cks'ville and N. Y. .Also
M11minan ear Augusta and Charlotte in conn
Ion with trains Nds. 9 and 10.
N. B. Nos. 33 and 31 make only a limited num
~er of stops.
Nos. 19 and 20, 35 and 38 do not enter Union
taion Columbbia, but discharge and take on
ssnrsand baggage at Bland St. Station.
'. A.UBK S. H. EARDWICK,
G PA.WsXnC'roN. A GFPA, ATLANT.
E. 3RZL, Supt., COLUMBIA, S. C.
7. , . J. M.CULP,
O K ES, Was nrGToNr. T M, WAsEDrGToN.
Just receivedla nice line of
ewelry, Watches and Chains,
olid Silver and Plated Wares.
Jhina Plates Cups and
(both gold band and plain.)
VYhich can be bought as cheap for
AsH here as anywhere else, quality
if goods taken into consideration
Perhaps I can suit YOU. Call inl
3. M. Chandler.
W. L DouGLAs
$S3 IST Ev
- $3.5..POUCE,350LF.S, I
. EXTRA FlNE
Over One Million PeoPle wear the
W. L.Dougas $3& $4Shoes
1Our shos8are equally satisfactory
They give the best value for the mon . -
Prom Si to 3 saved over other ma.es.
H yurdeler cnnot suppyyouwe can. Sold byJ
W.3 T g. ay OU SON,
ie Corner Store;
Clothing, Shocs, &c., which we wish
- THE -GOODS.
garden and make fine vegetables, will
NOW IN STORE.
to that grows. We have tried them
,ve also grown them. The verdict is,
skin red, meat white and cooks dry;
oductive and keeps well. Try them
'Y & BRO.
ANEW SUPPLY OF
Points of Merit.
Cheapest and Most Popular
Buy for profit, keep up to
late and get the best. A new
upply of -
is low as can be bouglit in
olumbia and Augusta. Save
rour express charges.
R. W. PHILLIPS
Vandarins Tangerines, (or
Kid Glove Oranges.)
Fine Ripe Grape Fruit.
Choice Sweet Oranges.
Choice Eating Apples.
Choice Messina Lemons.
Apples and Peaches.
alifornia Raisins and Prunes.
Fine Eating Irish Potatoes.
abbages, Turnips, Etc., Etc
. W. Labenicht
Burial Cases and Caskets.
THE UNDERSIGNED has a frull
oe of the latest designs in
BUIAL CASES AlI]) CASKETS,
.t moderate prices. Orders filled
romply, night and day, at the old
tand. Thankfuil for past patronage,
ask for a share of it in future.
Hearse fuirnished w ben ordered.
11-Gtf J. M. FLLIOTT, SR.
DR. E. C. -JETER,
Physician and Surgeon.
Offers his professi :nal services to the
1ooffc Fadrs, Jenkinsville, s. C.
mOR sURVEYING, TERRAGIN6
Leveling, Drawing, Etc.,
ApTo . M.BoULWARIE,
7stxly .Woodard.. I