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Mon4aY November 12. " -
Sheriff's Sale-R. E. Elli:'r, Sheriff.
Assigne;,'s Sale-James Q. Davis,
Attention, I1ou=ekeepers-Mrs F.M.
-11ullikir, the photograpuer. adv
-' Caroline" Sale at McMaster &
Co.'s drug store. adv
-Rev. Buekho'z, of Chester, will
commence a series of religious meet
ings at the Baptist Church on Wednes
day r.iaht. The public is cordially in
vited to attend,
-For the benefit of customers Lau
derd-le will continue to give away a
large crayon portrait free until further
notice. Don't fail take advantage of
this opportunity. adr
-Ladies who use cosmetics or pow
ders to cover up or hide a bad com
plexion, do net know that John I.
McM: ster & Co. can furnish them with
BLUSt OF ROsEs, which is clear as
water, purifies the skin, and positively
removes black-heads and all skin dis
esses, takes the :hiny look from the
face and whitens it soon as applied. *
-At The5pian Hall-photographs by
-We congratolate Mr. Livingston
on winning one of Fairfield's most
wortny and charming young ladies.
Miss Mgttie Withers, a daughter of
the late Capt. 1. N. Withers, was
reared in Winnsboro and has a host of
friends and. adrirers whom she won
by her many noble qnalities and
virtues. The best wishes of TuE
NEWS AND HERALD attend the to-be
newly ,arried couple
--r. W. H. Wakefield, of Char
lotte, will be in Winnsboro, at the
Winnsboro Hotel on Saturday, No
vember 30. His practice is limited to
the e,ye, ear, no-e and throat. adv
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
WORTH IT.-A gentleman in town
who has been to Atlanta says tht any
one who will way go to Atlan:a and
return on $10. He advises all who
contemplate the trip to go. It is worth
6,125,000 BALEs.-The government
report on Tue:day puts the total cotton
crop at six million, one hundred and
twenty-five thousand bales, and 15
pounds of lint per acre all over the
Tm: FAIft T A~Ss.--Excursion trains
to the fair pass here at 8.30 in the
Smorning at d return here at 7.14 at
night, on Tnesday, Wednesday and
Thut sday ; fare $1.30 for the round
trip, ineilnding one entranic. ticket to
WINSOi " FLL"-r. and
Mrs. Jaa. Q. Davis, and Miss Annme
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. W. D Dovelass,
Misses Martha and Lou Dwight, Miss
Belle Douglhus, Juio. L. Beaty, Mesns
Beaty, Mias Mary F. McMaster, Geo.
R. Latuderdale, F. M. Clarke, Harry
Davis and Dr. J. R. McMaster left for
Atlanta onl Monday morning. Misses
Rach:ai B. and Mary E. McM .ster left
Friday morning. Some going by Co
lumba, others by Charlonte.
- You see your photo at Mullikin's
gallery betere you pay for it. adv
Dr. D. E. McMaster and' wife, who
have been here on a short visit to Mrs.
E. B. McMoster, returned home Sun'
day night. Dr. McMaster married a
Miss Chandler, of Georgia, in which
8tate he has been residing for some
S-Mrs. D. J. Macaulay returned to
Chestcr on Saturday evening.
Mi s. M. W. Doty went to Columbiaa
on Monday to attend the wedding of
Miss Mattie W ithbers
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
A WEDDING TO-DAT
This exening at 8 o'clock at the home
of the mother of the intended bride
on Ar enal [jil1, Mise Mat:ies C.
Withers and Mr. J->hn Living<tvn
will be united in marriage. The
wedding will be very much on th;e
order of the pretty home wedding
soemnzed during the past week.
THe ycung lady is a si-ter of Mr. I. L.
Withers and of Mr. Frank C. Withers,
of the State- The groom is the agent
of the C. N. & L. railroad at this
point. Both have a large circ'c of
An Optical fllneion Explained.
Tne Richmond Recorder says: "It is
curious how much faster a street car
humps along when you are ranming
after it than when you a-e riding on
i. It is also curious how much faster
the "Atlant a Specal" actually moves
than it appears to one riding on it, to
10; but the explanazionl is plain-the
Sea>joard Air Line road-bed is so
peret that trains move over it at a
speed of 60 miles an hour without jolt
or jr. The "Atlanta Special" is th~e
Seboard Air Line's vestibuled limited
train, operated solid between Washing
ton, D C., and Atlanta Ga., via
.Fee dericksutrg, Richmond, an d l'eters
bu:g, Va , and R tleigh, N. C.
TE BEST SALVE in tWt World fo.r CW .
Bruis oes, Ulc5iers,, at Rheum. F"eve
Sors,. Tetter,Cheppedi IIauds, Chi1L!iain,
Coras. and all Skin E:nptions. and p.- i
tivecures Piles, or no pay regjtred :'
is garanteed to give perfec: M:.isfact.,.
ormoney refunded. Price 2:3 ents a
bo. For sale hv Mehister & Cr '
MRS. W. V. ABELL'S SECOND RIC
On N1vcmber 1 Mrs. Hanna Riot
Aben! av her second Recital, wit
eveuz in e flattering .uccess than he
firet on ; as will be seen by the follow
ing extracts from the Middletowr
(Conni ) papers:
Mrs W. V. Abell's secondl l;e :itu
last night at the Y. M. C. A. hall wa
a brilliant success and wai Inos
heartily applauded. Sh Las won h;:
way to the hears of the mus-tc lovi~
people of this city and justly deserve
the many compliments which she hat
rcceivrd. 11er selections were al
from the most celebrated artists. Th
program w: s:
Plouaise in C minor.
Chopin, Nocturne in F fit mino;
Lisz , Les Pretudes (Pastoroale Al
legro marziale and A 7dantt
maestoso). The orcn,estra
parts played by Mr. Abell
Kjerulf, Cradle Song
Godard, 2nd Mazurka
Grieg, Spring Song
Rubens'- i.., Karnenoi Ostrow
Liszt, Rigoletto Parapbrese
Kowalsni, hinngarian March
Jensen, Murmuring Zephyrs
Pirani, Gavotte. Op. 34, fo- t wC
pianos (assi-ted by Mr. Abell )
There were ne.rly 400 out and the
universal tes;imony wa that this reci
tal was the finest musical event evei
given in this city. Every selectior
was deservedly enc>red.
The Penny Press, NK c. 2.
The second piano recital given by
Mrs. W. V. Abell was held at the
gymnasium room of the Y. M. C. A
building Friday night. The atten
dance was much larger than on the
occasion of the first recital, as there
was grea'er seating capacity, and none
were obliged to go away on that ac
count. The hall was very well filled.
There were nine selections on the pro
gram, including compositions from
Chopin, Li-zt, Kjerult, Godard, Grieg.
Rubenstein, Sherwenka, Jensen and
Pirani. In two of tbe compositions
Mrs. Abell was assisted by Mr. Abell.
The audience was an appreciative one
and testified by their frequent applause
their keen enjoyment of the recital.
By revuest, Rigletto Paraphrase, Liszt,
was rendered by Mrs. Abell. Mrs.
Abell is a player of splendid abilities
and rare delicacy of :ouch. In the
Spring Song this was brought promi
nenty forward. The selcctions from
Chypin gave scope for the display of
her powers generally. The Kamenoi
Ostrow, from Rubenstein, was ode of
the most pleasing selections os the
evening, and won very hearty- ap
p'anse. Mrs. Abell is a fine pianist
nd has established for herself a place
mong the leaders.
From a letter written by Rev. J. Gun
aeran, of Dimotidale, Mich,, we are per
nitted to make this extract: "I have no
esitation in recommending Dr. King's
ev Discoverv, as the results were almost
marvelous in tlie case of nmy s'ife. While
was pastor of the Baptist Church at
Rives Junction she was brought down winh
Pnt umonia succeeding La 'Grippe. Ter
rible paroxvsmis of coughing would last
lours with little interruption and it seemed
is if ship could not survive thetm. .A
riend recommended Dr. King's New Dis
~over; it was (luIck in its work and high
v satisfactory'in results." Trial bottles
ee at McMaster & Co.'s Drug Store.
etuar size 50c. and $1.00 *
-Only a short while to remain.
Come at once.
adv Mulli.in, the Photographer.
~eware of Ointment for Catarrh that Con
s iecury will surelv destroy the
ene of sniell and completely derange
e whole system when entering :t
hroughi the nmuvous ser acea. Such
irticles should never be u.s:d except on
~rescript ions fro.n reputable physi
~ia, as the damage they will do is
enfold to the s,ood you can possibly
Ierive from themn. Mali Catarrh
ure, manufactured by F. J. Chcuey
a Co , Toledo, 0., contains no mer
ury, and is take, ine:.nally, acting
iirectly upon thie blood and mercous
~nfeces of t'he sy:lem. In bal ing
fall's Catarrh Cure b.e sure y;ou get
he geuire. It is taken interally,
nd made in To'edo, Ohio, by F. J.
Cheney & Co. Testimonials free.
mrSold by Druggists, price 75c. per
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
[ OFFER for rent, cheap, for next year,
Ithe Dwelling House and premises of
Henry N. Obear.
9 26tf T. K. E LLIQ1T, Agent
E have (piaced in our hands)
' sozne gilt-edged securities to
offer those having money to invest.
All commnicationls shall be regarded
stity J. Q. DAVIS,
W, D. DOUGL AS3,
J. E. McDONA LD,
19tf Winnsboro, S. C.
SH ERIFF's SALE.
B Y virtue of a warrant on lien to
mec directed, I will offer for sale
at Ridgeway, S. C., on the 2Gth day of
November, 1895, within the legal hours
of sale, to the highest biddas for cash,
the following described property, to
Sevn Bales of Lint Cotton.
Levied upon as the property of R. A.
lu'sou at the suit of R. B. Lewis.
Sheriff's Office, S. F'. C.
Winsboro, S. C., Nov. 11, 1895.
The best wearing, most stylish, and
the greatest value of any $3.00 Men's
Shoes on the continent.
Best calfskin, dongola tops, solid
leather soles, with all the p3pular toes,
ast.s and fastenings, and Lewis' Cork
Each pair contains a paid-up Acci
dent Insurance Policy for $100, good for
Wear Lewis'Accident Insurance Shoes
nce and vou will never change. The
insurance goes for "full measure."
Talk with your dealer who sells Lowda'
Su!b W. R. DOTY &CO.
STATE OF SOUTIH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIBFIELD.
Persnaut to power contained inj
deed of assignment executed to me br
'. G. Desportes on the 29th day o:
-J infr"y, 1895. I will offer for sale, be
fore the Court Hou=e door in Winns
boro, on the irst Monday in Decembet
next, the folloaing property, to wit:
1. -"A!I that ce rtan : t,iccc or lot of
land, Ivin, being and situaIte in the
t)wi of Winnsboro. on the corner of
Congress and College Streets runr.ing
north from the corner of said streetP
one bandred and thirty feet, mote or
less, therce east one hundred and
twenty-six feet, more or less, then
southeasterly about one hundred and
for;y fect, ~mo c or less, along the
line of the C. C. & A. R. I., thence
westward one hundred and eighty
feet, more or less, to the corner of the
1 said Congress and College Streets;
bounded on the north by lot of the
Mt. Zion Society, on the east by C. C.
& A. Railroad track, on the south by
College Street, and on the west by
2. "Ali that certain oth- piece,
parcel or tract of land, situate in the
tc n of Winnsboro, State of South
C::rol.na aforesaid, being lot "A" on
a plat .frezurvey of the property of
Saling Wolfe and Sarah S. Wolfe,
made by James M. Stewart on the
29th of December, 1881, having a
bric': storL--touse thereon."
3. "A1! ti:- certain other lot of land
in the t.>wt ct Winnsoro, County and
ate af,n.e :i 1, fronting on Coogress
ztreet, be_ining at point on said
Congress Street, at tle southwestern
corner of lot, formerly owned by
U. G. Desportes, (and de"cribecd just
above) running son -long the said
Congress Street, a dl ...ce of twenty
four feet and eight inches to an alley
way, then cornermn;g and running east
fifty-six feet and four iuch:s, then
cornering and running north a distance
of twenty-four feet and eight inches,
then cornering an i running west a
distance of fifty-six feet and four
inches to the starting point; said lot
containing one 'store house thereon,
and bounded on the north by store
and lot known as "The Hub," and on
the east and south by lots of Timothy
Harden, and on the west by Congress
4. "All that certain let of land in
the town of Winnsboro, in the County
and State aforesaid, contauing Two
Acres, more or less, and bounded on
the north by Elliott Street, on the east
by lands of , -. McDonald on the
south by lands of Sailie A. Garrison,
on the west by New Street, known as
the E. M. Garrison lot."
5. "All that other certain lot of land
in the said town of Winnsboro, in the
Coun ty and Staute aforesaid. containing
Th?ee and Dae-hli Acres, more or
les, and bounded on the north by the
E. M. Garrison lot above described
and lot of J. E. McDonald, on the east
by lands of H. L. Elliott and Alfred
Moore, on the sou:h by College -Street,
and on the west by lands of Mr's S. A.
Garrison and S. L. Garrison, kn)w n as
the J. M. Garrison lot."
6. "All that certain other lot of land
in the town of Winnsboro, in th~e
County and State aforesaid, coutaining
Fontr Acres, more 01 less, bonded on
the north by lot of Lucinda Thompson,
on the east by lot of Henry L. Eliott,
on the south by lands of Hlenry A.
Gaillard, and on the west by lands 'of
W. HI. Fleuniten.
7. "All that piece, parcel or tract of
land, lying, being and situate in the
County and State aforesaid, on the
Peav'd Ferry road, known as the SmithI
plac'e, containing Five Hutndred and
Tent-Seven Acres, more or less,
bounded bv la.nds of James Fair, Jonn
Moore, Gin. John Bratton, lands of
the estate of John Wylie and oth r's."
8. "All that piece, parcel or tract off
land, lying, being and situacte in the
Coutv of Fair'filad and S:ate afore
said, containing Eight Hundred and
Forty-eight A cres, more or less, known
as the Harrison place, and bounded on
the north by lands of John C. and
Francis M. Gadsden and Mrs. Keller,
on the east by lands of John Simpson
and the Black estate, on the south by
lands of Mrs. S. F. DuBose and the
WVolling tract, and on the west by
James Egleston and the Smart place."
. "All that certain piece, parcel or
tract of land, lying being and situate
in the County and State aforesaid, eon
taing Two Hundred and Ten Acres,
more or less, bounded on the north by
lands of Adeline Fife, on the east by
lands of T. W. Rlawls and the Pea!'s
Ferry road, on the south by the Mc
Dowell place, on the west by lands of
Gen. John Bratton, known as the Wmn.
11. "All that certain piece, parcel
or tract of land, being, lying and situ
ate in the CQunty of Fairfield and
State aforesaid, coutaining Two Hlun
dred and Eighty-two Acres, more or
less, and bounded on the north by
lands of R. N. McMaster, on tihe east
by lands of L. N. Withers, deceased,
on the south by lands of F. Elder, and
on the west bylands of R. N. McMas
ter and F. Elder."
13. "All that piece, parcel or tract
f land, lying, being and situate in the
County and State aforesaid, on the
waters of Litt'e Wateree Creek, con
tainig T' o Hundred and Twelve
Acres,~ bou1cded by land, of Preston
Ro "nd IL. L. Elliott, being part of
Ithe lands formerly belonging to C. D.
14. "All that certain piece, parcel
or tract of land, lying, being and situ
ate in the County and State aforesaid,
containing Three Hundred and Twent y
three Acres, more or less, on the eastern
side of the Rockey Mount road, and
bounded by landR of Mrs. Weir, by
lands of Gen. John Bratton and the
Bagley lands, and by lands of Elder."
15. "All that certain piece, parcel
or tract of land, lying, being and situ
ate in the County of Fairfield and the
Stae aforesaid, containing Fifty Acres
moe or less, known as the Curlee
place, bounded on the north and east
by lands of W. 11. Padgett, on the
south by lands formerly owned by
D'. T. F. Broom and P. H. Clark, or
ti est be laucd formerly owned D3
Ak STUPENDOUS STO
Ready in all
A BEAUTIFUL LINE (
Black Dress Goods in all the latf
meres, Clay Worsteds, Tricots.,
in all colors. Also Fancy Sacidr
Black Satin for ladies' skirts.
A full line of ladies', misses'
inducements in ladies' and gents
A Large Stc
bought before the rise. Can s
I keep the celebrated R. & G.
assortment of ladies' stylish WrE
MY LINE 0
was never more complete. HAT
Some good values in gents' Unde
If you want a Trunk or Valise dc
poorest man in the county can I
from me this season and not miss
Here is a stunner : A Silk Uz
Country merchants will do w
I L. MEA
W. P. Broom, lying on the waters of
Lict tie Cedar Creek."
17. "All that certain piece, parcel cr
tract of land, lying, being and situate
in the County of LF airfield and State
aforesaid, co;taining One Hundred
and Six acres, more or less, bounded
on the north by lands of Francis
Nelson, on the east by lands of Mrs.
M. L. C. Desportes and by lands of
Jno. W. Smart, on the south by lands
of Frank Brown, and on the west by
lands of J. O. Boag, known as the
Jas. Egleton place."
19. "All that certain piece, parce] or
ract of land, lying, being and situate
n te Couty and State aforesaid,
ontaining One Hundred Acres. more
r less, and bounded on the north by
ands ot Mart in Hal, on t.he east by
ads of Martin Hall, Wesley Hall and
farah McCullough, on the south by
ands of Jesse Gladden, on the west
y lauds of Wesley Hall, known as
the Jiim Hall place."
20. "All thbat certain piece, parcel or
Iract 01 land, lying, being and situate
n th~e town of Rlidgeway, in the
onty and State aforesaid, contain
ing Two acres. more or less, and
ounded oh the north by Church
Street, on the ea-t by Nieans Street, on
the south by lands of A. F. Ruff' and
Moses James, and on the west by Pal
er' Strcet, being the same lot con
eed to Mattie L. C. Desportes by
Sallie A. Means, tru.etee, by deed beari
ng date 31st January, 1883."
TERMS OF SALE.
"One-tbird cash, the balance in one
od two year.e, in two equal pamrents,
vith interest from day of sale, to be
ecured by a bond of the purchaser
ud a mortgage of the premises sold."
Purchaser to pay for all necessary
papers. JA MES Q. D AVIS.
November 11, 1895. Assignee.
Evaporated Apples, Peaches,
Aricots and Prunes.
Hecker's Self-Raising Buck~
wheat and Oatmeal.
Barrel best N. 0. Molasses.
East India Pickles, some
thing fine; try them.
Also loose Cucumber Pickle.
A full line of Canned Goods
always on hand.
All kinds of Fruits in stock.
A full line of Heavy and
Give me a call.
r7 E offe rat private sale a plantation o
' Two Hundred and Fifty (250
Acres, lying near the residence of M:
.tfno. b. I)ooglass and Dr. Thos. G. Doup
lass, n sw occupied by Mr. Wmn. 1B. Doin
lass. Ilas good dwel'ing and ot'er build
n it.t T. rns . IOTT, Cashier.
K TO SELEOT FROI
)F COLORED DRESS GOODS
st styles, Serges, Henriettas, Cash
and Flannels. A big assortment ol
.gs for children. Something nice in
and children's Hose. Some special
)ck of Shoes,
ave you money in this department.
Corsets, the best made. The best
tps you have ever seen in the Boro.
S to please the old and young.
rwear. Look at my line of Cravats.
n't buy until you price mine. The
>uy a pair of WOOL BLANKETS
nbrella for seventy-five cents.
ell to price through my immense
- - Manager.
Now is the the time,
since the rain, to
WINTER TURF OATS,
RED CLOVER ,
Under Winnsboro Hotel.
'FALL OF 1895.
PARTICULARLY TO THOSE who
will be wise enongh to seek genuine
bargains, and I claim to have such
bargains to offer my friends this Fall,
and give my reasons why I propose to
undersell all competitors, as follows:
1st.-Our entire stock of General Mer
chandise )WsT be converted into
ready cash in order to wind up
the business of A. Macdonald &
2nd.-I prefer to give my friends and
neighbors the benefit of the
sweeping recduc:ion in prices
r.ather than sell out in a lump,
that all might, have an opporiu
ntity of securing bargaius:
3rd.-When the advance cam~e on
Shoes, Hardware, and other
goods in our line, we fortunate
ly had a big supply on hand,
nd the profit which the advance
in prices legitimately .gave us,
wlll be thrown to our~ customers,
t heeby t ng t heir goods al
most s.? ti:-*. cost.
4t.-I ill be -in the cot ton mar'ket
fr'om sta' t to finish, paying full
prices-d..an lorget this. Will
also pay highest cash price for
*Be sure and consuit my prices on
Bagging and Ties before you buy. I
bought these several months ago when
they were at rock bottom prices, and
will give you great advanitage in your
Alez. Mac &onal&,
BLACKSTOCK, S. C.
uOe.and 21.00at Du.sts
We have just received another lot
Although leather has advanced in price,
we bought our stock in June, before tl
kirds at old prices. Zeigler Bros'. Lad
Shoes, all kinds and all prices. If you
the future storms and mnd call for BA
LEATHER SHOE. We consider it the
same old price will bay them. Send thi
heel shoes. We have good stout school
snd $4.00 Shoes.
Dry Goods E
A r.ew line of Outings, Ginghams, Cz
Homespun, Ticking, Flannels, Brown
Island Homespun, Canton Flannel, Jear
chiefs, &c., &c.
Fresh Flour, Meal, Bacon, Rice, Suga
der, Pickles, Cheese, Crackers, Macaron
Flour, Soap, Starch, Molasses, Vinegar,
Try our Dried Apples-good and ches
We are selling Reed's Shoes and Padl
out. Only a limited quantity and a fem
We are offering a specially low price
and look at them. Respectfully,
SOUTHERN R AY COsI
Cnfra3 'ime shown between Jacksonville and
Eastern Time at other points.
Northbound. N0.36 NolO 1o38
Oct. 8th, 1895. Daily Daily Daily
Lv. Jacksonville .. ..... 6 20 p ..... 7 30 a.
Lv.Savannah......... 10 41 p. 1150 a
Ar.Columbia.... .....330 a . 400 p
Lv. Charleston ... 00 p ...... 7 2 a
Ar. Columbia .... ..... 1015 p ....... 1105 a
Lv. Attgusta............. .. ;0pi 2 05 p
'~ Graniteville. .. ....46 p 234 p
" Trenton..... .......-25 p 258 p
" Johnstons .... .......45a 3 10 p
Ar. Columbia ... ..... -- 1120 .p 4 44 p
Lv. Columbia .... ...... 4 50 a 4 50 a 505 p
Winnsboro.......... 6 01 a 6 01 a 6 05 p
" Chester ........... 658 a 65S a G53 p
"Rock Hill ..... 72 732 a 7 30 p
Ar. Charlotte ......... 8 25a 8 25 a 8 20 p
Danville...... .... 130 p 130 p 1200nt
" Richmond.... ...-- 640 p 640 p 6 CO a
" Washington.... 940 p 40 p 6 428a
" Baltimore..--1125 p 1125 p 8 05a
" Philadelphia ..-3 0a 3 00a 10 158.
"New Yoric....-.-620 a 6 20 a12.53 p
Soutkouud. N. 35 No. 91No37
Soutboud. DilyDaily Daily
Lv. New York .... .....1215nt 3215int 4 30 p
" Philadelphia ..50a 350 n 655p
" Baltimore .... .....6?2a 6 228a 920 p
Lv. Washington ...1115 a 13 15 a 10 43 p
4 Richm0nd.. .... 125p 1255 p 2008a
" Danvillec........... 6O05 6 05 5 508a
"Chartlotte .... ..... 110p 1100 9 358a
U Rock Hill .... .....1148114sP10 278a
"' Chester ...... ....,1225 n12 25fl103 a
" WinnTsboro......... 114 a 114 a1154 a
Ar. Columbia .......2 208a 2 20a 1lO0p
Lv. Columbia.... ...... ....4 308a 127 p
" ohnston .... ...... ..... 632 a 310p
*4 Trno ........ ....... 6488a 323 p
" Graniteville.......... ....... 716 a 2.451p
A..A.ut...... ...... ....... 8 008a 415 p
.L. Columbia .... .....7 008a... 400 p
Ar.Charleston.... .....110a ...800 p
v.Columbia .... .....130a ...12101'
SLEEPI11G CAB SERVICE.
No.7an48SSWashington & Southwestern Lim
ited,Pnnncars T upatoNew York. SoUid Pull
zman trainwith Dirning cars north of Charlotte.
No0.85 and 36 U.S. Fas.t Mail. Through Pull
mani Buffet Sleeping car and first-class coach
Jacksonville and NEw York ; also Pullman car
Aupt and Charlotte.
hi.B.-Nos.85 and 36 do not enter Union Sta
tion Columbia, bt discharge and take on pas
sengeru and baggages at Blandig St. Station.
W. ATURR, S. H. HARDWICK,
Qi e A., WASEDi?GTON. A. G. P.A., AT.ANTA.
S9.3. WELLES, Supt, CoLUw!A, S. C.
W.U.43REEN, 3. M. CUL?.
G,gpt.,WASEDGToN. T. M., w~ASHINGTo.
the bccle building. In them
teleast possible weight of
material is arranged to give
th'e greatest strength. There
arc no weak spots and yet
there is not an ounce of super
fluous metal. They are made
for service and speed, and are
fully guaranteed. All styles
are the same price-$1oo. A
handsome descriptive catalog
may be had for the asking.
GORMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. Co.,.
Bist's Turnip Seed, Mason Fruit
Jars and Jelly Tumblers.
Toilet Articles of all Kinds.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes.
Best 5ct. Cigar on the Market.
Pipes and Tobacco.
>f Bay State and Zeigler Bros'. Shoes.
and carried the price of shoes with it,
ie advance, and are selling nearly all
ies' Shoes at $2.00 and up. Bay State
wish the best ladies' or misses' shoe for
r STATE EXTENDED SOLE GOAT
best shoe in America for the price:
a children to us for good wearing spring
shoes for boys. See our gents' $3.00
.lico, Duck, Sateen, Sheeting, Bleached
Homespun, Checked Homespun, Sea
is and Cassimeres, Hosiery, Handker
r, Coffee, Canned Goods, Baking Pow
, Tea, Spices, Oat Flakes, Buckwheat
Cigar, Matcbes, Candy, &c.
in Bros'. Shoes at cost to close them
sizes. If you can - be fitted they are
in 46-inch All-Wool Henrietta. Call
.aty & Bro.
Cotton States and International
SEABOARD AIR LINE.
VESTIBULED LIMITED TRAINS
Upon which no Extra Fare Is Charged.
Char eston and Columbia to Atlanta
SCHEDULE. I 403 1 41 45
Lv Catawba.... 10.29 aml 9.50pm .......
Lv Chester...... 11.05 am 10.38pm .......
Lv Carlisle...... 11.29 am111.09pm .......
Lv Charleston... ........ 7.00a
Lv Sumter.......... .... 9.44 a
Lv Columbia.... ........ 5.Opm iI.15 a
Lv Prosperity..-.......7.28pm I12.29n
Lv Newberry............7.8pmj12.43 p
Lv Clinton...12.29 n'n,12.@8n't 1.40 p
Lv Greenwood.. 12.57 p mi 1.04am1 23 Zp
Lv CalhounFalls 1.46 p ml 2.16 am 3.26 p
Ar Atlanta...4.9pm 5.2am 6.45 p
Trains 403 and 41 are composed of
the handsomiest Pnllman Drawing
Room, Bulfiet Sleeping Cars and Day
No 403 ("The Atlanta Special") is
ves ibulcd from enad to end and is
operated solid from Washington to At
lanta without change.
No. 41 i s operated solid from Ports
month to Atlanta without change.
No. 45, c>mposed. of Day Coaches,
is operated solid from Charleston to
Atanta (thronrgh Sumter, Columbia,
Pro.sperity and Newberry) without
Thiese traiias land- passengers in the
Union Dclot at Atlanta-as near the
Exposition grou nds as through passen
g. r*s via any line are lar.ded.
-FROM-A. C. E.
Carlisie.............11 74 40
Sumter............. 130.9 6
Posperity........... 94 9 7
Clinten............. 86J65 1
Greenwood..........7 5 5134
Abbeville........... 64 47 4
Calou Flls.... 531 51 3105e
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cembr th,wit 113re5 limi 5
suasses,un Fls.........565 an5 E310
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Agent of the Seaboard Air Line, or to
H. w. E. GLOVER, T. J7. ANEEnSON,
Traffic Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt
E. ST. JOHN, Vice-Pi-esident.
T HIRTEEN HUNDRED ACRES of
land, situated near Albion, on
Little River, formerly owned by Jno.j
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.
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B.J. QUATTLEBA UM, 1)112'.