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Thursday. November 7. : : 5
Executor's Sale--Wm. Wall. c,, Ex
-Mullikin, the photographer. adv
-"Caroline" Sale at McMaster &
Co.'s drug store. adv
-Mr. T. K. Elli"tt is enlarging and
improving his dwellirg house.
-Dr. David Aiken is having his
office remodeld during his absence in
-Mr. W. H. Macfiee and W. R.
Elliott have shipped sample lo.s of
Fairiel.t tobacco to Richmond to test
-Capt. ( lnrkson "laid of' to attend
the Scott-Springs wedding in Charlotte.
be will resume his duties when the
wedding is over.
-The highest price paid for cotton
innsboro on Wednesday was 8.20,
ugh wP heard one party say he
would pay 8.2k for a pretty bale.
---There will be excursion trains
three days during the fair week. The
fare is one cent per mile plus 50 cents
which pays the admission fee into the
-At Thespian Hall-photographs by
-The weather report announced on
Wednesday that t't,re won'd be local
showers to-day. The rain so far has
not hurt the cotton crop but what is
behind will likely be stunned.
--Mr. H. W. Gibson is bragging to
our reportrr about hi fine hogs. We
had to explain to the public la-t year
that this wai a c-se of "Me and Sookey "
They are very fine hogs, however.
-Mr. Q. D. Williford, manager for
J. L. Mimuiangh here, got an order
for a bill of dry goods on Tuesday
from -heridan, Montana. This is
doing business away from home.
-Cotton was dow:t, down on Wed
nesday. Was it because the country
went Republican? Our."rabbit foot"
tells as thst it will go back up again,
but we do not mean to be responsible
for the rabbit foot.
-Just received, another supply of
millinery, including all the latest styles
in Sailor's Pattern Bats, etc. Also the
adv Mrs. J. D. MeCarley.
-Trial Justice Cathcart had William
Hall, colored, before him on Wednes
day. charged with stealing Sarah Dick
son'i grain from the field. Hall was
sent to jail to await trial at the Feb.
ruary termn. Hnll is a bay about fif
teeni ycars old, and took "three years,"
so Sarah charged.
p-The New York Herald states that
the clasps en Miss Vanderbilt's corset
are of solid gold. Thompson's Glov3
Fitting Corsets kept by Lauderdale are
just as good and not near so expen
-The slump in e;ottan has caused
some farmers to put their cotton in the
warehouse They are fortunate in
being able to bold it, and fortunate in
-beimg able to get a fire-proof -w are
house which insures. Many of our!
farmers are too careless about cotton
after it is haled up. They let it lie
Ioa the ground until it is damaged
when very frequently they have
houses near by. But when it is in a
warehouse the farmer can borrow
money on the warehouse receipt.
-Good Eveniing! Havre you used
S-Ah! there is no need of my saying
anything further, I am sure you will
-hereafter use nothing but the FAMOtUS
BLUSH OF RoSES for your complexion.
Yonrs with best wishes,
FLORA A. JON~ES,
South Bend, Ind.
P S.-Call this eve please at John
H. McMaster & Co.'s and learn the
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
$50,000 PROFITS.--State Comnmis
sioner Mixon has paid the State
STreasurer fifty thousand dollars repre
senting a irofit made by the State
REMOVED -W. 31. Cathcar?, who has
bee-1 occu;:ying the store-room north
of W. K. hIcCatrley's, has removed his
entir e stock of goods to the store-room
just sou.h of E. Millett's cot ton office.
TRT, TRY AGAIN.-Some of our
farmers are discouraged ii oat platal
ing on account of their being kil:ed by
frost and give up planting oats. One
party in our county planted four acres
last fall and they were killed. He
planted in the spring and made over
fifty bushels per acre. They paid him
Leven after deduc'ing the loss of the
first plantinig. It will not do te get
out of heart beesuse of one failut e.
3T: y it again.
"DIs TEN CENT WnIIsKEY".-lt is
human nature to blame one's faults
and :a:i for tu.es on ano-her. It was
re.aly a,mu-ing to see old aunt Mary
l-nus when her boy Ed w as bound
bound over for appeairam.ce at the
U,zited S:ates Court. She d.d not
-scerm to blame the boy so much as she
did the w hi-key. She remarked in
Uited States Commissioner, WV. D.
Douglas->'(ffice, that "dis here ten
cet whi-key ruins chilun."
For Over Fifty Years
M'R. WV\sLow's NOOTHiNG "SYUPC hasz
been u-sed foir over fifty yeors. by mzillions
of' mothers for their childre'n while teeth
i-,wit.h per feet success. it soothes the
chijld. soiteniS t.he gums, allavs al' pain,
eures wvOd colic. and is the nest remedy
for Diarrhoea. It will reheve the poor lit
..tle suiTerer immediately. Sold by Drug
irists in every part of tihe world. T wenty
five cets a bottle. Be sure and ask for
Mrs. Wms-low's Soothing Syrup," and
A M it Do( PEr1ars.-i a are in
formed by Captain McMeekin that a
pup b.longing to his son has left
home n s:eriously. It was sick at
h>ne and was tied in a ihouse but has
gotte.r away and is gon . The pup is
half pointer and half setter, but at
present resembles a pointer mostly.
There is a black spot around the right
eye and some bl :ck spots on the b >dy.
Captain McMeekin desires t> warn tie
community for fear rha anitn:Lt in
be med. Hence we warn every one
to be on the lookout for a pup of this
Steam Firo Encine Company.
Attend regula - meeting of your
company this (Tnursday) evening at
G. B. McMaster, Secretary.
The regular monthly convocation of
Winnsboro Chapter No. 2, R. A. M.
will be le:d .hia (t'hursday) evening at
By order of the H. P.:
C. M Chandler,
Death of Mrs. Julia R. Robertson.
The State, of Nevember 4, contained
a short notice of the death of Mrs.
Julia R. R->bertson, who died on the
3rd at Dr. Rembert's residence at Rem
bert, in Sumter County. Mrs. Robert
son was the relict of the late N. C.
Robertson and spent most of her life
in Fairfield County, where she had a
host of friend;.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
The following is a list of unclaimed
letters remaining in the postoffice at
Winnsboro, S. C., August 26, 1895:
0. W. Brown, Miss Ellen Bites,
Miss Minie Baird, Mrs. 'IIugh Mul
venna, Mr. Peter Martin, Robert
Stevenson, Mr. J D. Hopkins, Mr.
George Jenkins, Mrs. Jane Robertson,
Mrs. May Neal, Mr. M. B. Rains, J. H.
Smith, Mrs. W. Rt. Tucker, Mr. John
Young, Mr. I. L. Smith, Mrs. Loonord
Shams, Mr. Floyd Scails.
Persons cal!ing for the above letters
will please say that they are adver
- You see your photo at Mullikin's
a!lery before you pay for it. adv
THE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION.
.r. Editcr: Please say in your paper
hat the executive board of the Fair
ied Baptist Ausociat ion will hold a
nee ing in Winusboro November 11,
t 7 p. m. The members of that boam d
re as follows: Brethren Jabez Fer
iis, E. A. McDowell, J. K. Ragsdale,
. J. Quattiebaum, W. R. Rabb, C P.
HI. K. Ezell, Chairman.
RAINS AND REiNS.
The litrli insigni6cant looking negro
ho drives Primus Williams' mule to
he ca:t which carries the mail from
here to) Flint Hill has the United States
flag wr apped around him, so to speak
t any rate, Mr. Sadler Gillespie, the
nited States postoffice inspector,
will teach E I Rains to respect the
"little nigger" who "rides the mail."
t appears that E:l Rains stopped the
cart and threw the driver out, detain
.~g him for some time, He was
ound over to appear at the United
States court and will learn to let
rimus Williams' road cart travel
-Only a short while to remain.
Co'me at once.
adv Mullis:in, the Photographer.
Mrs. Geo. R. Lauderdale left for
Atlanta on Tuesday morning. She
will visit relatives in Mar'etta, Ga.,
before returning home.
Mr. Hal. Richardson, of tbe United
States revenue department, was in
town on official business on Wednes.
RevY. C. E. McDonald returned
ome on Tuesday, Mrs. McDonald re
maining with her parents for a while
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Q. Davis, Miss
Annie Davis, Mr. Harry Davis, Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Douglass, Misse Mattie
Martin and Isabelie Douglass leave for!
the Atlanta Exposton on Monday next
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Scruggs re
tured to Columbia on Tuesday after
visiting Mr. Scruggs' parents in the
Mrs. H. B. Refo returned from
New York on Wednesday.
Mr. Sadler Gillespie returned to
Colum>ia on Wednesday.
Rev, and Mrs. McAlpine are visiting
Mr. a'nd Mrs. H. L. Elliott, Fr., pa
rents of the lat ter.
From a letter written by Rev. J. Gun
deran, of Dimoedncale, Mich,, we are per
mitted to make this extract: "I hwve no
hesite "r in recommending Dr. King's
New ii scovery, as the results were almost
marvelous in the case of my w ife. W hite
I was pastor of the Daptist Church at
Rives Jz'nction she was brought down with
Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe. Ter
rible paroxvsa's of coughing would Pst
bours with little interruption and it seemed
as if she could not survive them. _A
jriend recommeumded Dr. King's New Dis
covery: it was quick in its work and high
lv satisfactory in esults" Trial oottles
f~ree at McMa,ter & Cn.'i Drug Store.
Regular size 50e. and St.oo *
Tth 3ass' MALVE in thle world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, UTlcers, Sitt Rbeum, Fever
Sores. t'etter,' 'henpe.l Ilan(is, Chilolamns
ICorns, anid all Skin Eruptions, and pos1,
tively cures Piles, or no Lay required. It
Isguarantee.d to 'live nterLect sa:isfactionl,
or money refum.ued. Price 23 ents per
box. .or sale by M1 WerekC4 *
PiCdren ry foi Pitcher's Caetosria
SHOULD TIIERE HAVE BEEN AN
We notics a coinmunicatioll from
Rockt, to the E-cnin News by
I'S. R. Il "iti.uin th:It the death of
Mr. L::cinu Crawford should have
been iivestigvtcd by the Coroner; that
the road above and below the tree was
covcred with b:ood." The C.,rouer,
according to the account, declined to
h,'d a: invc:igation on account of
8'm,>e co uplict:on i;h the 'aw. The
cim-uniiication does tot charge fou
play in the death of the unfortunate
min, nor does it attach any blame to
the Coroner. But such matters should
not be liable to complication. The
legislature slould remove any such
IT IS D1PORTaNT.
We are reliably informcd that many
of our merchants have expressed a
willingness to contribute to a fund for
the betterment of our roadi. The
road congress met on salesday, which
was an inopportune time for the mer
chant; to attend, but the organization
is pernanent, and to be e1Tectual it
should .ncet with tlh: hcarty co opera
tion of the business men of Winns
boro. It is a well known fact that a
road machi:e is now in the county at:d
the matter 'of parchasing it will likely ,
be discussedi bjfore the board of town
ship ch:airm:. We have n. definite
plan to .,u::;et, but now is the time
for the lmi:tr to materialize. It ap
p!ars that the machine is all right,
does what is claimed for it, but the
matter of working it is to be deter
mined before it w'll be bought. Some
suggest that steers would be cheaper I
than mules; cthers suggest that if the
county busy it thnt the neighborhood
in which it works will always furnish
stock. Whether this p!a: is practical
we don't .know, but the people of
Winnsboro should wake up to the im
portance of acting at once.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria,
"TIIE CROP BEING SHORT."
The following clipping from the
'radcsialn is full of va'.ab!c sugges
tions to the S.>uthern farmer, and
specially the farmers of our State and
Chattanooga, Tenth., Nov. 4, 1895.
The T'radcman's reports as to indus
trial conditions in all parts of the
3cuth, for the week just ended, show
hat the variaonls in the cotton mar
ets have not b:en felt. int othier lines
f business. The crop be:nig short and
he demand very great, all growers 01
~o:ton areC getting~ a co)nsiderab).e ad
dvance on what was expt c!ed in the
tprinrg, arid settlemenits as now being
nade are on good :erms. In other
ines, such as cotton manufacturing,
~ron making. lumber and coal, evel y
:hing is prosperous. The South's great
dvantage this year is that its cotton
~rop has been made for less money
:han ever before, is being sold1 for
iher prices, and the proceeds are
lmest all available for investment, as
oe grown supplies wer6 never be
ore raised in so great quantity.
"The cotton crap has been made for
ess mon~ey,"' is a vahuable suggestionl.
hy not follow the same course and
.ake the next crop as cheaply as this
ne? Our f, ar' is that 8g cents for
otton will cause our farmers to plant
nore, or use more commercial fertili
:es thereby producing a big crop.
ihe larmers could, if they would,
regulate the price of cotton to a great
~xtont. But the supply necessarily is
factor in making prices, If there
were only live milIlioni bales in the
world the specu'ators would be com
elled to pay more for it.
But, if everyLhing that we need,
which cani be raised on the farm, is
aised, the price even if much lower
will not affect the farmer so seriously ;
because if a man has little to buy and
mnly little to buy with he is in as good
:ondition as the man who has much to
buy and is in a condition to buy it.
rhe plain, common sense thing to do
is to raise what you have been buying
nd make cotton a scecondary consid
eration. Try it and you will prove it.
Cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine.
Prolonged derangement of the nervous
system not only affects the brain and men
tal powers, but develops disease In some of
the vital organs. The most dangerous of
these indirect results is when the he'art is
afected. This was the case of the Rev. N.
F. Surface, Fawn River, Mich., who writes
under date of Feb. 14, 1895:
"Fourteen years ago I bad a slight stroke of
paralysis. Overwork brought on nervous
prostration. I was exceedingly nervous and
the exertion of public speaking caused
heart palpitation that threatened my life.
I used two bottles of Dr. Miles' New Heart
Cure for my heart troulie, and two of Dr.
.Miles' Restorative Nervine for my nervous
nes and feel better than I ever expected to
feel again. I can speak for hours without
tiring or having my heart flutter as It for
merly did, and I have you to thank that I
am alive today."
On sale by all druggIsts. Dr. Miles' Book
on Heart and Nervous Disorders FREE by
mail. Dr. Miles Medical Co.. Elkhart, Ind.
..~ .e edie Restoe Health.
4STUPENDOUS STOCK TO SELECT FROM
Ready in all Departments.
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF COLORED DRESS GOODS,
Black Dress Goods in all the latest styles, Serges, Henriettas, Cash
meres, Clay Worsteds, Tricots, and Flannels. A big assortment of
in all colors. Also Fancy Sackings for children. Something rice in
Black Satin for ladies' skirts.
A full line of ladies', misses' and children's Hose. Some special
inducements in ladies' and gents' Handkerchiefs.
A Large Stock of Shoes,
bought before the rise. Can save you money in this department.
I keep the celebrated R. & G. Corsets, the best made. The best
assortment of ladies' :stylish Wraps you have ever seen in the Boro.
MY LINE OF CLOTHING
was never more complete. HATS to please the old and young.
Some good values in gents' Underwear. Look at my line of Cravats.
If you want a Trunk or Valise don't buy until you price mine. The
poorest man in the county can buy a pair of WOOL BLANKETS
from me this season and not miss his money.
Here is a stunner: A Silk Umbrella for seventy-five cents.
Country merchants will do well to price through my immense
1 L. MIMNAUGHe
D WILLIFOBdD, - - 'anager.s
FOR RENT. EXECUTOR'S SALE,
I OFFER for rent, cheap, for next year,
the Dwelling Ious> and premises of
lenry N. Obear.FaredCon.
ea 2tf T. K. ELLIOIT, Agent WILL offer for sale to the highest
_______________ ____- I bidder, at Winnsbo,ro, S. C., before
the Court wnouse, between the legal
shoei DEAT O hours on salesda of December, prox.,
(being the 2nd day of said month) the
following tracts of land, belonging to
le sthe estate of the late Mrs. Sarah E.
Centcr, situate, lying and being in thC
n IrCounty and Sate aforesaid, on waters
of Big Cedar Creek, which divides the
oncrie eual parta, an dil be sevn bn T
Thgalewit voralue wo 0 sells sai ony
Shoes.o h etn~.TatN.I yn ot fsi
Filld Soles W.Knney.adDOTY Smth,easO.
Echn p.Caig, contines paid-u T.ei lad omryo.H oisn
BT vrte of ae dntexecution Sto me mlnso ilimo,suhb
dreced yoilnethe aove ,entitealeekdad et yJon
isu,Iace goevse pornl eanduwil son'lnl
eforeithourdHouedrhsin Winns- o.,cnaiig49kAr
oo,s. moe., es, oude nrtthesi
__i_hin_the_legal_hours_of_sale, th fol-a,sotbyansfB.ligo
wig EriedS proprty anton wiSih't:n, n ws
Al-ht-eti piece,. parceilor plan
aono la dicr,ein and siu t hele,igtrs a cido
>f vrueth Can cuting e~dtebaac nacedto nn
Bor dirlected nth b oveented bytdso va~ aal ntoeulana
:ilame L.av Rosorogh Mrs. Eein t]er,wt ntrs rmdyo
Alol tht Curtai poe:e arce Wiorsl,pyal rna ni h hl
>olantation ofnd ynghbin adetipidtobscudbyheon
itat inthMOny Ind SaECME aofre- ucasradmrteoh
809)nth lcegs, or o sle, the bon-prmssod.Itemofal e
wgd as ollos: O poty owit: y notimdaeldspid ihsi
ecatid, oland Roigbeingan situade, e ofrdfrsl gi nsm a
eaed t he tby Farland SttePrhsrlypyfo aes
efognth Coin cotainin Wdeceased,E
FnsOfWRBTSiE non an~R d onES Noebr4,he. Exctr
vet es,adbone by lands oftte1sid-homs S
3rice, SMues. teenn and Mrs. N owancy hetie
3rice all tha t erohn i:prce rincri,t
se aino n,lin,bin n
(809) Acrs, morearrless,dndCbound
~sse;onth ashbounsromel onsRedy ecebrpo.
~nd(beins Jones;donathefsouth bynBARLEY,
following tractsSof oand,;benonginght
~vest by landssoftthefsaid Thomasrs. CRISON CLO E
Brc,Mr.D~nl n MsaCentRuE LOVgan EinRn h
Terms-Casd.C REDt MA
Winw HeadoBranch, wovehberperatesoi
STXTiOF CeTdarLOCre,ONIO SnES.yJon
1'~ rUTract,No..2,IcoJeaniigg.40. C.re'
and ffets r moreiun.rdleass:, bou nded nrbysid
letters ffrmdriyiotraiollofmthe estate B.
ish allaandWsinR.lSritth'kindre, and weed
rite,ointteefCouot,ving terms, to b-thild ot
Faified ~our hose S.C.,on h then urilchasesney Casbetpincsh,
of,atit 'coc inth foenontos Itlmens UNEwIth E hnerso day ful
caue, f ay tiehav, wy te sid ad- le,o latle d einua s ni h hl
debt itrptid, toobeisdcurtdhby thetbon
Givn ude myhad. his:3st ayof theA pucase and CoAgEofthe
1O-22~ .Juge o Probte nt immdedatel -ces.lieder i lsad
romtl ritrats athe ae mat be oild
stnd Thankul for salaaito psameoday.
~ I askrforsarshare oayitoinpfutr.
Ssince the rain,at
I4INERCRNS.F WINrT )rTUR Oaea nATS, o
T'cov,rCuetrors ipsalpan~i517~ nnRYE,n ify (20
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Stte itrete n bcOps ad hsk l~ LaUCoddERn Nd tE. 111
habtsto av oe o m boREonthMeAiY
eaea Adrs 3. . ooly,Atana G. ug i t.Teni ad.
Boy S.2 aR. Jo e wlT Ob, s., Judgerae. -'t ''. .ElIT ,C hir
We have just received another lot
Although leather has advanced in price
we bought our stock in June, before i
kindh at old prices. Zeigler Bros'. Lac
Shoes, all kinds and all prices. If you
the future storms and mud call for BA
LEATHER SHOE. We consider it thi
same old price will b .y them. Send th
heel shoes. We have good stout school
snd $4.00 Shoes.
A i.ew line of Outirgs, Gingkams, C
Homespun, Ticking, Flannels, Brown
Island Homespun, Canton Flannel, Jea
chiefs, &c., &c.
a S3 0 E
Fresh Flour, Meal, Bacon, Rice, Sug
der, Pickles, Cheese, Crackers, Macarol
Flour, Soap, Starch, Molasses, Vinegar
Try our Dried Apples-good and che
We are selling Reed's Shoes and Pad
out. Only a limited quantity and a fe
We are offering a specially low price
and look at them. Respectfully,
SOUTHERN RNIMAY CO.
Central Time shown between Jacksonville and
Eastern Time at other points.
nortbound. N o.36 No1io "NoS
Oct. 8th, 1s95. Daily Daily Daily
Lv. Jacksonville ....... .. 0a
Ar. Columbia.... ......
A. Columbia .......... 101
Lr. Augusta.. ..... ... .
" Graniteville . ......
"! Trenton ...... ......... 5 2541
" Johnstons .... ..
Ar. Columbia ....-...- 1 P
Lv. Columbia .... ...- 450 a p
Winnsboro" .. Got a 601 a 0
Chester .... ..... -a
Rock Hill a. a '
Ar. Charlotte .... . I121 a 27) a S...p
" Danville . ..... p 130 p 1 Ont
" Richmond .... O.- p 4 r a
"i Baltimore ... ----.. ~ O5
" Philadelphia .---.-On'uo~
l New York 6.... 6-0
L. New York .... ...... ~ ~O
" Philadelphia.. . .Oa5 .
"i Baltimore .... ...... ~
v. Washington .. 1 a......03
" Richmond.. ,..... 25~2O
" Danville 60.. . ... i ;5 ~5
" Charlotte .... ..... 0 ;l:)p I.
"Rock Hll .... ..... 4 V1S112
"i Chester ..... ...... 125il2iti0
4 Winnsboro......... la lnll
A. Columbia ...... ......00
L. Columbia .... .........3 2
"Johnston .... ......... 2nlO
Ii Trenton........ ...... 64a33
r. Augusta.... ......o'45
Lv. Columbia .... ..... 0a. 40
Ar.Carlso... 20.. piQ...7 0p
Lv.Clumba10.. 41.ip .... 110 p
Ar.Sv3nn30. .4a .... 40
ack........1030 .90 p
SL.......A SE4G p2 Li.
Nos. Sand 3 W .shi.ton . Souh2str pLl 5
~o. 35and 3615. 8 0s Mail Through 0u-,
kcksonille nd Ne York as Pllm car'
?~ 7ustsaa7d Charlotte.
~f. B-Nos 3 nd 3 do no ene 25joa Sta
W. REN,300 a. c00aL0 5.
0. ;p., .&ELNr . T. No!. 9 NSo37T0~
Just n Arrived!0
shipedBee,1Ptt5 H 1 a 03,
md goundPee, Greenp 0 a
~licc and 1ate Pap14 le5s;
mud ful lin 2o 0 Fanc 2G0oce-0
3la.......and32 a k10 p
-S.......W7oGwad S 45.
of Bay State and Zeigler Bros'. Shoes.
and carried the price of shoes with it,
he advance, and are selling nearly all
lies' Shoes at $2 00 and up. Bay State
wish the best ladies' or misses' shoe for
Y STATE EXTENDED SOLE GOAT
e best shoe in America for the price:
e children to us for good wearing spring
shoes for boys. See our gents' $3.00
slico, Duck, Sateen, Sheeting, Bleached
Homespun, Checked Homespun, Sea
ns and Cassimeres, Hosiery, Handker
tr, Coffee, Canned Goods, Baking Pow
i, Tea, Spices, Oat Flakes, Buckwheat
, Cigar, Matches, Candy, &c.
an Bros'. Shoes at cost to close them
v sizes. If you can be fitted they are
in 46-inch All-Wool IIenrietta. Call
,aty & Bro.
Cotton States and International
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Upon which no Extra Fare Is Charged.
Ch;r'eston and Columbia to Atlanta
SCHEDULE. 403 41 45
Lv Catawba... 10.29 am 9.50pm ......
Lv Chester..... 11.05 a m 10.38pm .......
Lv Carlisle...... 11.29 am!11.09pm .......
Lv Charleston... ............. 7.00 a
Lv Sumter.... .............. 9.44 a
Lv Columbia.... .........l 5.Opm 1L15 a
Lv Prosperity... ....... 7.28pm 12.29n
Lv Newberry.... ......7.58pm 12.43 p
Lv Clintou...12.25 n'n 12.08n't 1.40 p
L v Greenwood.. 12.57p m| .04 am 2 34 p
I y Abbeville.... 1.24 p m 1.45 am 3.00 p
Lv CalhounFalls 1.46 p m 2.16 am 3.26 p
Ar Atlanta....9pm' 5.2am 645p
Trains 403 and 41. are composed of
the handsomest Pullman Drawing
Room, Buffet Sleeping Cars and Day
No. 403 ("The Atlanta Special") is
tes ibu!ed from e:nd to end and is
operated solid .from Washington to At
lanta without change.
No. 4! is operated solid from Ports
mouth to Atlanta without change.
No. 45, composed of Day Coach.'s,
is operated solid from Charleston to
Atlanta (throungh Samter, Columbia,
Prosperity and Newberry) without
These t rains land passengers in the
Union Depot at Atlanta-as r.ear the
Exposition grounds as through passen
gers via any line are landed.
-FROM- A. IC. E.
Catawba............$12 16$ S 90$ 5 45
Chester............ 11 0 8 30 5 05
Carlisle............ 19 15 7 45 4 70
Charleston..........13 95 10 25 4 20
Sumter............ 1360 095 660
Columbia...........1135 830 569
Prosperity........... 9 45: 6 95 4 70
Newberry............. 910 665 460
Clinton ............. 865w 6 35 4 10
Grenwod..........715 555 345
Abbeville.............6 640 4 70 3 40
DATES OF SALE AND LIMIT.
COLUMN A.-Tickets sold daily to De
cember 15th, with extreme limit
January 7th, 1896.
COLUMN C.-Tickets sold daily to De
*amber 30th, witb extreme limit 1.5
days Irom date of sale.
COLUMN E.-Tickets sold daily to De
cember 30th, with extieme limit 7
days from date of sale.
surpasses, in some respects, any Expo
sition yet held ini Ame rica. Here you
find, s'ide by side, exhibits from Florida
and Alaska. California and Maine, the
United States of America and the
Unitcd States of Brazil, Mexico and
Canada, and so on until nearly every
civiliz2d nation on the globe is repre
seued. On the terraces are found,
among mnany other attractions, Arab,
Chinese and Mexican villages, showing
just how those people have their "daily
walk and conversation."
Ask for tickets via "The Se..boarai
Pullman Sleeping Car reservations
will be made and further information
furnished upon application to any
Agent of the Seaboard Air Line, or to
I. W. U. GLOVER, T. J. ANDERSON,
Traffic Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt
E. Sr. JOHN, Vice-President.
rp HIRTEEN IIUNDRED ACRES of
l.and, situated near Albion, on
Little River, formerly owned by Jno.
S Douglass. It will be divided into
small tracts if necessary. Termnseasy.
If :.o: sold, it n ill be rented.
Apply to J. E M1cDONALD,
J. Q. DAVIS, or
10-22tf W. D. DOUGLASS.
B. J. QUATTLEBAUM, D D 6.
Y'5'S'qdyR(J. S. C.