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Satarday. \ovember ;, : " 1 5
Clerk's Sales-R. II. Jennings ,CI 1k
Securities J. Q. Dav;s and Othrs.
Assignee's Sale-John R. (rai,
Probate Sale-S. R.Johnstonl, Judge
Administrator's Sal?-R. H. Jen
Probate Sale-It. E. 11ill, Judg1 of
Probate Abbeville Counly.
--Mullikitt, the photographer. adv
-'-Caroline" Sale at McMaster &
Co.'s drug store. adv
-We are short on news matter as
we are crowded with clerk's sales this
-Union service will be held at the
Methodist burcb at 7.30 on Sunday
-At Thespian Hlall-photographs by
-Mrs. Whitfiel3, an aged woman,
of Luinberton, N. C , had one of her
eyes operated on for cataract a few
days aso by Dr. Wakefield, the Char
lotte oculist. Sight was resto:d. *
HOT SvPPER.-Tllere wiil be a hot
supper on the 20th at the residence of
Mr. Jno. J. Jackson under the manage
ment of the l8dies of the Crooked Run
church. The pub.ic is cordially invi
ted to attend, and the occasion will
warraut them in ttending.
- You see your photo at Mullikin's
gallery betore you pay for it. adv
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
FREt: F11-T.-On Thursday the
colored firemen had a parade. A gene
ral-all-round-take-a-hand fight ensued
at the engine house, consequently the
town will :et some flues or some streel
Improvement. Bob Crosby pays $5,
Jno. Rowe does time on streets, five
dollars worth, Jack McMullen, will
do $5 worth of improvement, Dan
Smith ontributes one dollar to iiuhting
he streets. All to pay fer their fun
RELIIOUS SEtRv:CEs.-SerYices will
be held in the following churches on
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
Rev. C. E. McDonald. Service at 11
a. m. Sunday School at 5 p. m.
?raycr meeting Wednesday 5 at p. m.
Young- people's meeting ard choir
practice, Friday evening at 8 :15.
Presby terian-11 a. mn. by the pastor.
Suniday School at 5 p. mn. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 5 p. mn.
Methodist-11 a. mn. by the pastor.
Sunday School at 4 p. mn. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 4 p. mn.
Miss Jessie Jennings left on Friday
morning for the Atlant ExposWMK.
She went in the sp.ecial car for the
Columbia Femasle College.
Mr. Jno. P. Matthew., returned from t
the Exnositionl en Friday. He met
Governor Matthews of Indiana (his
cousin) and family and enjoyed his
trip very much.
Mr. J. M. Steiwart, Misses Hellen
and Jeanette Stewart, Mrs. WV. C.
Beatr, iMisCs Clara and Lizzie and
Master Jamne3 Bea-y left for Atlanta
on Tuesday ntight.
D. A. Carwford is in Kentucky on
-Only a snort while to remoa'n.
Come at once.
ady Mnlli&in, the Photographer.
DEATH OF MR. ROBERT McCARLEY.
On Thursday Mr. Jno. D. McCarley
received ti-e sad news of the death of
his father, Mr. Robert McCarley, who
died at the residence of his niece, Mrs.
Mary Daffle, at Smith's Tuirnoul, in
York County. Be was .seventy
eight years old at the time of his death.
He had been suffering with rheum>i
tism for so.ne time, besides he was
subject to choking spells; but the imn?
mediate cause of his death was heart
Mr. McCarley wa, in the Hampton
Legion and was captured by the Yan
kees near Blackstock along with his
son, Jno. D. McCarlcy, Timtnehy liar
den and others from Fairfield Ceunty.
He rau a narrow escape, as lhe had a
passport in his pocket to bring his
blood-hounlds from one section to an
other when captured and it would
have gene hard with bim had it not
been for the presepce of mind of his
son who procured and destroyed the
paport. The prisoners were con
d.3mned to be shot at Lancaster, but
word reached Gen. Hampton, who
had many Yankee prisoners, and he sent
word that if they were shot he would
kill two for every one of our men.
When this threat came the o:cer
was revoked. Mr. Robert McCar:ey
was released, but the others were kept
rntil they got to Weldon, N. C..
where Gun. Hampton dashed up in
the rear and releasd every man, so'me
on both sides being killed.
Tne deceased was a consistent menm
ber of Cencord1 Church for a long time
before his death and his remains were
buried there on Friday.
Five sons remain to monrin his loss,
who have the symp'tthy of the enmire
B acr len's Arnwla saiYe.
T HE BEST SALVE in the world for Ct
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rtheum,. Fever
Sores, Tetter,Cheped llands, Chillolaing
Corns, and alt Skin Eruptions, and pmi
tively cures Piles, o;-no pay required t'
ignaranteed to give perfect m'isfacts. e.
or money refunded. Price 23~ ents
1ox Fr sale by MW is'er & C' *
.SX IN VITATION~
To Lea: How to Cu'tivate and ia:Ito
1inr. Et: itotice ycu call npon
thosC wo ha :ive experimnClte(t in to
bacc: u'ttir-, thi ".ear in air1t;l to
give you their expeilence withi i.
from whih I infer :ne hare g -rown
it tis year.
Now I wri:e I) ike one sug:feti m,
it is this: All who it:ten:1 p::i:lG
next eason e n! df.! here -omle
time du:ing this w' while te- are
not very btsy ..d visit .he tobacc)
farm-:, 1art-, packi::g h ou-es &c.a
saee what is needed to make its pro
ducion drofri-ible and learn all that
is neces-ary ab ut cultiva'ion, curing,
packing, griditng &c., and thereby
make it imrpossiblc for f. auds. calling
themselves "experts,' to fieece: them
and bring the en:erprise iuto disre
pete. It is grown here to perfection
aud is more proff:able tan coiton at.
1.5 cents. I know there are thousands
of acres i tand it Faiti"cd as well
su'ted to it as this is, and I am anxious
to know of my old friend< and neigh
bors making from 100 to $150 r
acre on lands now worked at a kc .
Such will cet tainly -be the c.:s: if the
above suggestion is heeded.
I s:ill love dear o!l Fairfield har(
wish alt her peop'e well. Very re
T. W. Scruggs.
P. .-It is but a day's drive from
Winnsboro to Bishopville, and as the
trip by rail is so circuitous and ex
pensive, I would anrgest driving
through. I extend a cordial invitation
to exery Fairfield man to tha Bap:ist
parsonage and will take pieazure in
shwing you rround andl furnishing
you all the data I can, free of charge.
Your e.penses, while in Bishopville,
shall not be anything. It :tn familiar
with both sectious and know whereof
I speak, and I believe an intelligent
effort would be entirely satisfactorily.
T. W. S.
Mar e1ouS I:esults. I
From a letter written by Rev. J. Gun
(lernan, of Dimotidale, Mich,, we are per
itted to make thisextract: "l have no
esitation in recommerding Dr. King's
New Discovery, as the results were alost
narvel;us i:n te case of myv w i fe. While
was r:astor of the Bapti.t Church :t
lives Junction she was brought dow:i with
Pneumonia suceceding La Gr*ppe. Ter
rible paroxysms of coughing would last
ours with little interruption and it seemed
is if she could not survive th-:.,. A
riend recommended Dr. King's New Dis
ovely: it was quick in its work and high
v satisfactory in ,esults." Trial tottles
'ee at McMaster & Co.'s Drug Store.
e(ular size 50e. and $1.00 *
-Good Evening! Have you used
-Ah! there is uo need of my saying
tnythng further, I am sure you will
iereafter use nothing bui the F-mzous
3LUSH OF RosEs for your comnp.eXlon.
~'ours with best wishes,
FLORtA A. JONES,
South Bend, In;d.
P S.-Call this eve please at John
I. MelMaster & Co.'s and learn the
~eware of Ointment for Catarrh' that Coni-]
tam i eury.
s mercury will surely destroy the
ense of smiell and completely de.range
e whole system when entering it'
hrogh the muc.ous 5ur-:aces. Such
Lrtices should never be used except on
)resriptions from reputable, physi
tians, as the damage they wilt dos
enfold to the good you can possibly,
lerive from them. Liall's Catarrh
ture, m:nufactured by. F. J. Cheuec
SCo , Toledo, 0., e stains no mer
ury, and is taken in!'ealvy, acting
irectly upon the blood and mucous
;nefaces of the system. In bal ing
[Ill's Catarrh Ce-:e be sure you get
he enuine. It is taken intermially,
tnd "made in Toledo, Ohio, hy F. J
Dhener & Co. Testimonials free.
piSold by Druggists, price 75e. ecr
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
For Over Fifty Years
MRS. WINsLow's SOCTHING SYuR has
been used for over fifty years by millions
f mothers for their children while teeth
r. with perfect succc ss. It soothes the
hild, softens the gums, allays all pain,
ures wInd colic, and is the best remedy
Eor Diarrhea. It will relieve the poor lit
le suferer immediately. Sold by Drug
ists in every part of the world. Twenty
ve cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
rs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
ak no other kind. 5-:6f x1y
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
[ OF FER for rent, cheap, for next year,
the Dwelling House and premlist s of
leury N. Obear.
9 26itf T. K. E LLIO'..T, Agent
IXTE have (placed in our hands)
Hsotne gilt-edged mecurities to
ofer those having money to invest.
All commanicationls shall be reggarded
J. Q. D AVIS,
W, D. DOUGL ASS,
J. E. McDONA LD,
1 9tf Winnsboro, S. C.
The best wearing, most stylish, and
he greatest value. of any $3.00 Men's
Shoes on the continent.
Best calfskin, dongola tops, solid
leather soles, with all the popular toes,
lasts and fastenings, and Lewis' Cork
Each pair contains a paid-up Acci
dent Insurance Policy for $100, good bor
Wear Lewis'Accident Insurance Shoes
nce and you will never change. The
nsurance goes for "full measure.
Talk with your dealer who sells Lewis'
Sold ry W. R. DOTY & CO.
"-a assrrAR~smost CCREDWW
.F Peeks 1NvLsiBLE TUsULAR EAR
Es'CBSN18S. whispera. con
tr t oal . uweea Reei n . Ills. book
o..vs.. ea mUImv.c gma.nerser:.5e Zk.
Aiiiistrato's Sac of Real
yy v'l e of t::iorv conferrCd by
ni tiih lt W. '1 an:d Te;amcnt of
S.rat it. McCa t: ac:s:d., I will se l
eCI +ia f1., :.o, :y} +i Decembe;: r,'
1S5:.;, ;VThIn i.e :egal lours of se, -o
r:1UCh of hle r".'. esl1te Of t'nsaid
a: i1. -'ai! -, % l 'c ; sow of t1he
- of ' . sOrO, "wou, :I-; :11'les
(:m'hCour 1Io11c, _ l comp irisCd
i: In ith3 J i b tndar.es:
Ti.., li t '!r -,1 r ". L -veAc;C .
m1r "Cr' . -, FUnd b-,ude it On the n'orth
b an -i u nte"011iif 1. t -le ea ..t o;' Jas. B3 ci
C~an:s~, dece an(p.d by lad nt;Of the l
L.t . e of :s. C:ur.a Sewar , l'Cce ; I
on t1e . L' latds no' or I:ely A 0
loyn I Fr-kL:cc;o h east|
by ;.id of the o l1 e o :.:t bi
b dn , r ii on tie u b I
byo r lan.is of" tt h (I n :-, h. Mc (-i
Can, a.:ld by the:: :ubic road r;'ch
sEpa): a he tlr:et h erebyi intende.1'o
I-e old 1:or ]andz of I. W. PI lips.
Sixid tact C' lan'd to be told in par
cias : w.ol at the Option ot te
unide:ylrd, excepting the graveyard
rT"erls of S :l:-Cash. Purchaser to
pay f ;r papers.
1 Il. JE': ZS,
Adniis.trator with the Will Ann e1d.
E OF SOUTII CAROLINA,
-.NTv OF .I;1EViLLE.
.( OURT OF PPOBATE.
. s Executor of
li- :y, dccaSed, an,d 'In his
'w1; ::I) visce and Le.rat:e,
PJ:en i, v . .D. Soe .J
Gallowa'" et ., Dei'dants.
Complt:nt to Scll Lan to P'ay 1D s.
J WILL sell at public outery, at
innsboro Cout louse, "t;c:ie1
County, S. C., ot salea in Decemer,
1395. next, for the l-ayment of debts, I
the foiling descticd re.l e-trL l
irng to the ci2te of L. J. GAlo-p
way, deceaed,i 'ia.e in said State
ad County of Fairfld. to wi.:i
A!' that tract or parcel cf land,
known a; ite William Brice" Irac,
cOntiaini;g Tw IIuudred and Sixty
Il-te and O.c"half Acres, more o"
less, bounded o.i the nnrh by lands of
\ll iim Bricca nd T. G. P. rick;
souith by lands of .I:n Vi izon : cast
by land; of Mrs. W. J. LcDs; wet
by the public i o:d ec::(lng roin W in'
boro to Ches.er.
Term' : (i,e -ha'f cash, the baLtnc.L j
n a credit of twelve months, wi:th in
tcres. from (la; of sale, the credit por
iln :o he s"':redk by bond of ir
lhaer and imertgae of the pIe(mises
)r nuirchaer uie a have onifo:1 of -
.r .ll ca-h. Pirch-ser to pa.y to
I; E. 11ILL,
dadge of Probate Abbev;le Conty
STATE OF SOUTil CAROLIA,
COUNTY OF FaiEIEL.
IN TIIJE COURT'L OF PitOBATEl'.
. IL. Johnston, Adm1iniS!r:sor' of 12
theO estate .of J. Adal:ine File, de- 1:
ceased, v-. J1. A. Fife, Il?. 21 F'fe,a
Mrs. Wi j Swn andi Pi:obe Gib- u
Q Y viria 0f ai decre!ial ordeCr maltde 1
L) anid iilled in the office of the
udge of Probaie for the Couni:y and
at'e afo-ecsaid, I wifl offer for rale
efore the Court House door in Wiris
oro, S. C., oni the
Fm3tT MONDAY IN D ::EMBE R
ext, at publia apez o, between the
gat hon s of sole, th e followving de
eribed piecmises, to w t:
All that certain pic. pa'cel or tract
f ;and, lying, being r.od situateO in
.e County and S.ate nforesaid, cou
TWO UIUNDRED) ACRES.
oe or' 1ess, bound;ced oni the north by
ads of T1. W. Rawis and Charlloe
vas; east b,v lands of U. G3. Des
ortes', T. W.' 7.awls an.1 F. A. Neib:
othI by lands r ' U. G3. Despno'te' ad
en. .Jo. IUratton; west by lanids f
T>: :.is .f S:i.-- ALh. Enrchaser' to
- ntecessa:y papers.
S. It. d OHNSTON,
11. -', Judge of Probate..
3.GCNEE's SA L E.
Y y sie of the power and authot -
Ii.y~ conferred upon me by a ccr
a : c. ad of assigument, executed and
eired to me by Calvin Urice, as
urvivor of Calvin B3rice & Co., dated
the 12th day of September, 1892, 1
ill ofI'er for sale before the Court
[louse door in Winnsboro, on the first
onday in December nex. wvithin the
legal hours of sole, at putylic outcry,
o the highest bidder, the following
escribed tract or parcel of land, to
All that piece, parcel or tract of land,
near Woodward, in the County ofl
airaeld and State of South Carolina,
ot aiing S2venty (70) Acres, more
r ess, known as "Caroline Jenikins
and Morris Weaver Plae,"' bounded
y lands of Peter Jenkins, A D.
ackson and others.
All the right, tite and hntercst of
. Y. Brice in the unc'ivided lands of
s mot ber, the late Mary E. Brice, to
wit, in all t .t ce:tain tract or parcel
f land, situate and be'ng in FairlcId
ounty and S,ate of South Carolina,
yt waters of Dumper's Creek. con
taiing Four H.undrcd and Twenty-six
Acres, more o: le is, and boutnded by
ands of David H. Cork, J. C. Lewis,
Mrs. T. A. J. Mob':ey, Emma Mobley
TERMS OF sA LE:
O) .e-thitd of the purchase money
to be paid in cash on day of salo, th;e
b) hmee upon a credit ot one andjt two
cars frotm day of sa Ie, panytble in
'uail insta.hnents. wit h int:eret on
t(i same fro.ei day of sale at the rai e
of -:aht per' centum per annam, pava
ble :Innually, to he secured b: the
bond of :he purchaser an< a maort
gage of the premhises 50(d.
The purchaser te' lay f''r all nree
JOIIN R CR AIG,
A.ssignce of C. lDrie. Snrviver.
~Municipal Ta x Notice
A TA of33 mllson all per.sonalI
andrea popetyin the town the
municipal year commencing May 1,
1S5, anid a commutation .street tax of
Two Dollars. Said tax payable from
the 1st of November, 1.TJ5, until the
1-i(of January, 1896.
J. A. HIINNANT,
lu Clerk of Connel.
Ready in all
A BEAUTIFUL LI'E O
lack Dress Goods in all the late:
mercs, Clay Worsteds Trico,
in all colors. Also Fany SackinL
Black Satin for ladies' skirts.
A full line of iadies', missCs'
inducements in ladies' and gents'
A Large Sto
bought before erisc . Can sa
I kee) the celebrated I. & C.
assortment of ladies' stylish Wrai
MY LINE 01
was never more com plete. HATS
Some good valnes in gents' UTnder
f you want a Trunk or Valise do
poorest man in the county can ut
Iom me this season and not miss I
Here is a stunner: A Silk Um
Country merchants will do we
T T iTI
di . IMLIM
le T, Madli ,
AR5TICUL ALY TO TTiO 'iE whol
i be dse enough to :ci uine
agais, ad Iclaimn to have such
trSains to oflir my friends this Fall,]
ni give my reaso:is why I propose to
a.-Our entire stock of General Mer
chandise MUSr be converted in to
ready cash in order to wind tup
the busines of( A. Ma'cdonn!d &
n.-I prefcr to gie m fr ietnds :md
neighbors the beU i of I.the
sweping ~ redc n m p.i:es
rather than sell Lut in a uimip.
that all mh Esc anoppor*tu
d.- he the advrance camte oni
"noc', IIrdware, and other
uoods. in our iin', we fortunatc
Ty t-d big suipply onl har;d,
andi t c profit which the advan~ce
in mrice legitineatly gatve us,
'!. bt e thlro-vn to Our custo:n?.rs,
mostt .-t dcost.
b.-I u;ili lbe in the cotton market
from -tart to fi:ish, payintg ftl
ices-don't forget this. Will
.hiso pay highest cash price for
De su.rc and consault my pticOs on1
aging and Ties before you buy. I
ouht these several months ago when
hey were at rock bottomz prices, and
i give you great advantage mn your
BLA.CKSTOCK, S. C.
Drug - Store.
uist's Turnip Seed, 3Mason Fruit
Jars and Jelly Tomiblers.
Toilet Articles of all Kinds.
Paints, Oils, Trnishes.
Best 5ct. Cigar ou~ the 3Iarket.
Pipes and Tobacco.
L amps and Glassware.
I wurr every rin a nd woman in the UiThted
States interested in tbc Opiarm and Whisky
habits to have OflC of iy boorSs on these dis
eases. Address 1U. MI- Wooiiv.Ain2r a
B>~. eS .a on r:in bc sent joafrec.
'K X.~ 4 rS- L.a6 --Uij
E' COLORED DRESS GOOD'
;t styIes, Serges, ienriettas, Cas
nd FlInels. A big assortment <
s.Something nice i
od childrciu Hove. Some specii
ck of Shoes,
'o you. ioney in this dep artmeni
oses theC best mado. The bes
>.3 oU have ever sCen in the Bort
to 'casc the old and voulmg
'ear. Look at my line of Cravats
t buy 1mtil vou pic mine. Th<
y a pair of WOOL BLANKET
breila for seent--Iive cents.
.1 to price through m12y immensE
Now is the the time,
since the rain, to
WIN TEER T U(? OATS,
RED CLOVER ,
- 3 Bicycles
There is only onc prico on W
SRamL1ler5. $:00 is enough for the i
bes icvele that was cycr built. ?
More if1an $1oo is too much.
Ramblers a.re madec to combine
lightnecss, strength, speed, case
and durab,ility~. You can break
themi if you try, but ordinary wear
has no perceptible effect. You
are groping in the dark if you buy
without seeing a Rambler catalog.
Irostal v:ill bring it.r
GCR~diULLY & JEFFERY MFC. Co.
WASH INCTON, D. C.
Uuriatr Cases andi Caskets.
TULE UN DiftSiGN ED has a fo1
line of the latest designs in
BUIAL CASES AN!) gASKETS,
at modeCrte prcs Orde's tilecd
promiptl], igh t anid ay,v at thc oli
stand. Thanikful for pa:4t patrioage
ask for ai shtare ofI i in future.
11...m1.:.1. j:.LIOTT. SR.
9 cOP-uGHiTS. Fr
CAN ] CE '4 A~ PATENT?Fo
rom t ant- ..l an honest opinion. write t
I U N .. who~ have had nearl y flity years
experience in the patent busimess. Commumica
tions strictly conildential. A H audbook of In.
formation concerning~ Ftcns and how to ob.
tain them sca.t t'ree. Also a cntalogue of mcchen,
ical and .cienti!ic books s'ci trce.
Patent talten trough;e Munn & Co. receive
ccial notice in the cienti lic Amecrienfl. snm!
tus arc bron::t widely before the publicewith
Out cost to the inventor. This splendid paper,
issued wCeky.oie1antlyillustrated. has by far thc
lagest circulation or fl cientitic work in the
world. :s: a year. $am pio copies sent c.
Buildiu Edition monthly. 8.0ayr.Sngle
copies,. .5 cents. Every numneCr contains beau
tiul plates, in colors, and photographs of neen
houses, with plar.e, enr.bling builders to shorw tbC
atest designs and secure contracts. Address
31':- &; C0., Nrew Yo:t, 01 BuoADwXT
FO)R SA L[E,
S .r privt <" :' plantationl C
% a linereSdd ift 000
pas -.v:' -upied 1- Mr i. \Vm. B. D)out
laIi-- :..deNa and ot'Tir l'utib
T. I :LIOTT, Cashier.
C jne and beautifica the h.!r.
Prcmotes a lzInla. growth.
- Never Fails to Bostoro Gras
S Hair to its Yout-aful Color.
er:aip dj'aes e. hairjauiUig.
We have just received another to
Although leather has advanced in pric
we bought our stock in June. before
kiud; at old prices. Zeigler Bros'. L
Shoe:, all kinds and all prices. If yoi
the fu;ure storms and mud call for Bl
LEATIIER 6iOE. We consider it l
same old price will ba.y them. Send t
heel shoes. We have good stout scho:
snd $4.00 Shocs.
A i;e.; line of Outings, Ginghams, (
Ifomespun, Ticking, Flannels, Brow
1 Islan1d1Homespun. Canton Flannel, Je
ch iefs &c., &c.
Fr,:sh FiJur, Meal, Bacon, Rice, Sug
der, Pickles, Cheese, Crackers, Macarc
Flour, Soap, Starch, Molasses, Vinega
Try cur Dried Apples-good and ch
We are selling Reed's Shoes and Pa
out. Only a lim.ited quantity and a f(
We are offering a specially low pric
and look at them. Respectfully,
J. M B
SOUTHERN RAI AY 00,
aentl 'Ti:re shown between Jacksonville and
Eastern Time at other points.
Northbound. N o 10OIO o 3
Oct. 8th, 1593. D Daily
Lv. Jacksonville .......r20 p1. 730 a
Lv. Savannah..........10 p. 1150 a
Ar. Columbia.........330 a. 400p
Lv. Charleston.... I C p -. %0a
Ar. Columbao.........1015 p...0 a
Lv. Augusta............. 7C3 p 205 p
Graniteville .. 46 p 2 at p
Trenton ...... ... 8 p p
Johnstons ..............45 a 310 p
Ar. Columbia .. '.. 1120 p .44 p
Lv. Columbia .... 450 a 450 a 5 p
Winnsboro..... Cla 6Ola 6O3p
Chester ...........6SSa 6I8a G5:p
Rock Hill ..... 732 a 732 a 7:;C p
A;. Charlotte .....S25a 825a S2) p
Danville..... -.. 130 p 150 p12 UMl
Richmond... .. 640p 640p!G G0Oa
41 Baltimore . 11.p11... O
* Phil.adelphia :0 iOal :
" Kw York .......0a 0aI25p
Eonthbouind. DalDal Diy
I..New York ...... 11n 2nt4up
"~ Philadelphia30a30 65p
"Baltimore ....... 2a6a!20
Lv. Washington . 11.aii5~0
* Bichmond...... 15p25p0a
" Danville ........ 05p 5p o0
" Charlotte ....... lO lO :5
" Rock Hill .... :t4 12
"Chester 12......t 10
" Winnsboro...... 14a14a14
Ar. Columbia........ 2a20alp
Lv. Columbia ..........3 2
"Johnston .......... 3alp
" Trenton ............4 2
Ar. Augusta............ Oa 15
Lv. Columbia ....... 0 . 4p
Ar. Charleston ......I10 . Op
Lv. Columbia ....... Sn11
" JacsoiNo. .3 N .0 Nop
......1~ CI20 SEV.....73
sos. 7and 3 W.sin.to & S0 a ....... Lim0
1,~o 35and38 .... 10 15il Thro.... 11ull
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Gl...... rn 114ro11ker154.
,..... ..... 430a 12
........ 12a 31
.....lyO . M.... 4Sa33p
.......... 1a TS 45 p
t of Bay State and Zeigler Bros'. Shoes.
e, and carried the price of shoes with it,
the advance, and are selling nearly all
dies' Shoes at $2.00 and up. Bay State
. wish the best ladies' or misses' shoe for
-Y STATE EXTENDED SOLE GOAT
1e best shoe in America for the price:
he children to us for good wear ing spring
d shees for boys. See our gents' $3.00
)alico, Duck, Sateen, Sheeting, Bleached
Homespun, Checked Homespun, Sea
ans and Cassimeres, Hosiery, Handker
;ar, Coffee, Canned Goods, Baking Pow
ni, Tea, Spices, Oat Flakes, Buckwheat
r, Cigar, Matches, Candy, &c.
dan Bros'. Shoes at cost to close them
w sizes. If yon can be fitted they are
e in 46-inch All-Wool Henrietta. Call
eaty & Bro.
Cotton States and International
SEABOARD IR LINE.
VESTIBULED LIMITED TRAINS
Tpon which no Extra Fare Is Charged.
Char:eston and Columbia to Atlanta
I without change.
SCHEDULE. 403 41 45
Lv Catawba.... 10.29 am 9.50pm .....
Lv Cl:ester...... '11.05 a m 10.38pm .......
Lv Carlisle...... 11.29 am11.09pm .......
Lv Charleston... ........ ....... 7.00 a
Lv Sumter......................... 9.44 a
Lv Columbia............. 5.e0pm 11.15 a
Lv Prosperity..........7.2Spm 12.29n
Lv New berry... .... 7.58pm12.43 p
Lv Clinton...12.29 n'n 12.e8n't 1.4e p
Lv Greenwood. .112.57 p mj .04 am 2 34 p
I vAbbeville.....l.24pm: 1.45 am 3.00 p
Lv CalhounFalls! 1.46 p mi 2.16 am 3.26 p
Ar Atlanta...4.9 pm' 520am 6.45 p
Trains 403 and 41. are composed of
the handsomest Pullman Drawing
Room, Buffet Sleeping Cars and Day
No. 403 ("The Atlanta Special") is
ses ibuled from end to end and is
operated solid from Washington to At
lanta without change.
No. 41 is operated solid from Ports
month to A tlanta without change.
No. 45, composed of Day Coaches,
is operated solid from Cha'rleston to
Atlanta (thro~ugh Sumter, Clmbia,
Prosperiti and Newberry) without
These trains land passengers in the
Union D:-pot at Atlanta-as near the
Exposition grounds as through passen
gers via ang line arc landed.
-FIWM- 'A. C. E.
Catawba ............ $12 10 $ 8 9O $ 5 45
Chester............. .OS0 8130 5 05
Carlisle............. 115 745 470
Charleston...... .....13 95 10 251 420
Sumter.............. 13601 *95 660
Clumbia...........1135' 8301 56
P osperity ............ 945! 695 4 76
Newherrf............. 9 10~ 6 651 460
Clinton............... 865~ 635 410
Gre'enw. (od............7 15 5 55 3 45
Abbeville ............. 6 40! 4 76 3 40
.Calhoun Falls........I 5 65! 4 35 3 10
DATES OF SALE AND LIMIT.
COL.cxx A.-Tickets sold daily to De
cember 15:h, with extreme limit
Jan uary 7th, 1896.
COLUMN 0.-Tickets sold daily to De
cemnber 30th, with extreme limit 15
das s trom date of sale.
COmix E.-Tickets sold daily to De
cember 30th, with extreme limit 7
davs from date of sale.
surpasses, in some respects, any Expo
sition yet held 'n America. Here you
find, s~ide by side, exhibits from Florida
and Alaska. California and Maine, the
United States of America and the
United States of Brazil, Mexico and
Canada, and so on until nearly every
civilized nation on the globe is repre
sated. On the terraces are found,
among~ many other attractions, Arab,
Chinese and Mexican villages, showing
jus h o oe people have their "daily
walk antd couversation."
At-k for tickets via "The Seaboara
Pulalman Sleeping Car reservations
will be made and further information
fanished upon application to any
Agent of the Seaboard Air Line, or to
te unde.rsigned. T..
H.1 W. I. GLOVER; .J ANDERSON,
Traffic Man:ager. Gen. Pass. Agt
lE. ST. JOHN, Vice-President.
rftlIRTEEN IIUNDRED ACRES of
Lland, situated near Albion, on
Little River, formerly owned by Jao.
S. Douglass. It will be divided into
small tracts if necessary. Terms easy
If not sold, it will be rented.
Apply to J. E. McDONALD,
J. Q. DAVIS, or
10.-22tf W. D. DOUGLASS.
u ENT I STRY
B. J. QUTATTLEBAUM, 11 .
YwiXNsseest, S. 6.