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Tharsda3, November 1 ::
Just Rec-ived---McMaster ('ount' ty.
-"Caroline" Sale at McMaster &
Co.'s drug store. adv
-Two mules and a two-horse wagon
were sold o: Wednesday at public
suction for $10:3.
-Nr. A. Wiliiford will call yoor
atteni.ln in his aaveitisemelt in our
next issue, to the fact thzt he has just
received a lot of tine horses and mules
from Ke+:tucky. L-ok out for the
-Mr. J:no. A. Desportes has moved
his stock of goods from the old Des
por;es staid in the northern end of
town to the s:ore-room just north of
the place now occupied by W. M.
Cathcart. lie is in the place Mr. E.
Millett's cotton office is.
-The State and Register both have
been arriving at Winnsboro with
wonderful irrtgularity of late. We
donot urder1tand why it happens so
often. The public would much .pre
fer it otherwise judging from the re
marks at the posttffice in the morn
-Winnsboro always goes to the
State fair- hard times or prosperity.
On Wednesday the party consisted of
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McCants and
children, Misses Lizzie and Ada
Cureton and Mr. Elliott Matthews,
Misses Nannie and Lizzie Johnston,
Mis R-beccea Buchanan, Mrs. Leavel
--L-dis who use cosmetics or pow
ers t) c..ver up or hide a bad com
plexion, do net know that John H.
McMa,ter & Co. can furnish them with
BLUs or Rosas, which is clear as
water, purifies the skin, and positiveiy
removes black-heads and all skin dis
eases, takes the shiny look from the
face and whitens it soon as-applied. *
Children Cry or P itche?'s Castoria.
RECErrIoN.-Cards are out for the
reception on the 21st, given in honor
of .r. Stark Delaney and Miss Cald
well, of Chester county, who will be
united in marriage on the 20th.
. MAsoaIC MEETING .- The regular
monthly communieatien of Winnsboro
Lodge No. 11, A. F. M., will be held
this (Thursday). cvening at 7.30
o'clock. By order of the WV. M.
C. Y. Chandler. Secretary.
Tii: TRa.CK SpREAD-At th~e freight
depot l.ere on Tue--day night about
- eight o'c'ck the r.iis on the side
tr:.ck spr ed, derai i.g about fouur
Sbox. cars of c. ;reiht .rain. O:ne boxj
was throw~n across the main tra'k.
A colored br.-.kemnan who wa~s on top
.umnped and got his artm sprained.
IThere wa s no delay of other trains on
acc"unu ot the accident.
- Antus.-.-At theke hrho
Wed,:egyf'a, Mi Ma'tie Cur.ee,
-ddau.Thter of Mr. and Mrs.
T. F. Cur:ce, wos united in marriage
to Mr. J R. Mercer, of Columbia.
The ceremnony was p'rformied by Rev.
T. M. Det, th pastor. The newly
married c.ouple left for Columbia
v, he:-e thben w il reside in the flutui e.
THiE NEws AND HERnALD) en'endS con
INos er Co-rroN.-Od a test of four
difernrieties of cotton Mr. Wtn.
(. Ashford hands us tthe foll wing
result; Thomas varie:y, 102 pounds
seed cott.mt ne:tcd 35 p.mnds of lint;
Truett variety, 122 pounds seed cotton
netted 41 pounds ot lint; King C.
variety, 113 pounds seed cotton netted
-43 pounds of lint; Peterkin variety,
117 pounds of seed cotton nected 45
pounds of lint Tuere were four
wa elevetn acres long and each sepa
Varie:y was grown ini one row to
side by side on the satme si,
anured and workedjalike. This i sa
suggestion w rth fl->in'g up.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
- Wa ARns NO-r RESPoNsIBLE.-A
gre-u: many of the ' emial boys" have
a kind of grudge at the teporter of
THE NEw-s AND IIERSALL and iWe Leard
of one littl'- fellow wh.> v.aa disposed
-to s--rions'y question a statement c>nt
tained in thme press dispa:ch concernt
ing the ill fa-e of a steam -r and crew.
His parents were reading from the
account where the ship was adrift
seven days antd the crew eating half
rotten irish potatoes. lie remarked
t. his parents that they need not be
lieve a word of it, that it was a tale
made up by Mr. Jane Elliott. We
will have to let up onl the boys or they
ill give n- a bad name.
DWELLING BURNED.-On Tuesday
ight about twe:ve o'clock the members
of~Mr. T. G. P'atrick's family were
arou:ed by the crackling of the flames
The hous., was on fire and it was im
-p>ssible for Mr. Patrick, who was
sleeping up stairs, to get down by
-means of the stairway which was On
-tire. iie went to the bay window,
taking t wo of his chi!dren, and they
-jumped to the ground below. There
was greater troutble it seemis below to
get some of the children out as the
fire l.ad almio,t cut off' the exit. But
fo,rtu:.a'ely al gtot out safely. There
is no0 p 'i ive :h: oryt f.>r Ithe originm of
thei tire, hut it is supposed to have
caught. fromt at c-acek in the chimney.
The io,s is he: weetn th:ie-: and four
* *'thausand do!!a--s and no insurance.
Mr. Patrick ha< tl.e s-, mpathty of the
pepein this st rious loss.
Cii!dmn Crv for Pitcher's Castoria
\irt. U. G. D)espor tri and 1
lies=je Dent were amlot the dc
par:ture- for th fair on Wednesday.
Miss >ailiet Garrt-wi left for ti
fair en Tue,day.
Mr. and \1s. G. A. White returnted
from ;he fair on Tuesd:y. Mr. White
says the display is very good.
Mr. lt. N. McMaster attended th
veterans' reunion on Wed!e day.
Mrs. Maggie Jirardenu, of Colnrnbia,
is vi-iting 'Mrs. J. D. McCarley.
Miss Mag~Fraser, of Chester, is visi
ting Mrs. J. D icCarley.
Mr. W. L. McDonald, a former
citizen and once a prop: ietor of THE
NEWS AND HERALD, paid our office a
pleasant visit on Tuesday.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Buckhe.!d, Nuv. 12.-We have bad
fine weather for gthering crops. The
cotton crop is pretty well all open,
and everybody f.els better on account
of the advance in the price of cotton;
besides the fine corn and forage crops.
I don't hear any praise for the turnip
crop; but our's is very good, consid
ing the drought, b.ing plauted in a
low, rich bottom place.
The sweet potato crop is very good.
A neighbor told me be could get a
peck trom five or six hills. I got over
eight pounds of potatoes, including
the vines, from two slips; also two
potatoes that weighed six pounds.
This is not up to the tied ot soie,
but is pretty good.
It appears that attention to work,
activity and thrift seem to be in the
minds of every one. If all the farm
ers could and would make their farms
self-supporting, how much better off
would they be.
There has been a fine sorghum crop
made. One of Capt. T. M. Lyles'
renters made 120 gallons on less than
an acre at Lylea' Ford.
The hog is much sought for and
cared for. - tock of all kinds gene
rally are looking well, and the domee
tic king of birds (the turkey) and
other poultry look very well.
This is a good country and well
watered, with abounding springs,
welis, branchc, creeks and rivers of
It seems that the convention at
Columb:a is baving a prolonged ses
sion. I believe they are going to make
Knatters for all the people wos than
they were before 1890 as to disf ran
hising and ma.king a split among the
,bite people; and the Conservatives
have gone it i he convention wi:h lthe
,-ca!ed Reformer~s. How can a Con
~eraive be known f rom a follower of
King Ben after~ this convention ends?
[aea are constiantly on th1e increase,
nd Irbyv's policy of givingievery poor
,bite man the iigtt to vote as every
other white man of better condu~iion
hs been defeated. .Weh Mok
o Go.dg our n.poers can't disfran
his' Him if they can a fellow citizen.
Young Mr. Austn L:.ks, son of Mr.
Belton E. Lyles, shook hands with
President Clevelaind as he passed
through Spartaniburg rocently. I think
it was a great honor. I can't help but
love Mr. Cleveland on account of his
kindness to Geu. IIampton.
I do hore for the Democratic party,
bt the. Republicans are reported to
have matde great gai:ts in some of the
States. This is sapposed to be caused
by the Dem.neratic neglectfulness to
their platform--the wants of Demo
cratic people who carried the late
?residr tial election. I(don't think the
resent dictator in this S:ate will be
able to lead th~e people . f South Caao
in out of the Dem-,cratic partyv if the
National Democracy don't, suit him
I have no doubt that tbere will be
som wonderful accounts of the.sdif
ferent fairs to be held in the county of
old Fairfield and at Columbia.
J. C. F.
Wh Baby was sick, we,gave her Cstoria.
W ensewas aCild, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla.
When s.h.bdCdren, se....e-iCasorIa.
Headache Destroys Health
Recsulting in poor memory, irritability, ner
vo.ness and intellectual exhaustion. It
induces other forms of disease, such as epi
lepsy heart disease. apoplexty, insanity, etc.
Dr. Miles' Nervine Cures.
Mrs Chas. A. Myers. 201 IHanna St.. Fort
Wayne,Ind., writes Oct. 7, 1894: "I suffered
terribly with severe headaches, dizziness,
backache and nervousness, gradually grow
ing worse until my life was despaired of,
and try what we would, I found no relief
unt il I comnmenced using Dr. Miles' Nervine.
I hatve taken five bottles and believe I am a
well woman, and I have taken great com
fort i recommending all of my friends to
s Nervine. You may publish this letter
if you wish, and I hope it may be the means
of saving some other sick mother's life, as it
did mine." _ _ _ _
On sale by all druggists. Book on Hleart
nl Nerves sent FREE. Dr. Miles Medical
Co., Ekhart, Ind.
r Miles Reeies Resore Hlealtlh
OUR VIRGINIA LETTER.
MJ -Ltor: To-day the election foi
delegates and senators to the Virginia
legi-lature is going on, and a South
Carui-:ian, formeriy wel; known in
Winn-bero, with every Virginian, is
supposed to b: doing his diuty. The
election [iw here is somewhat com
plicated, being a modification of the
Anstralian system, but works pretty
w ll, and is said to ensure fair elec
tio.i . At the elections here, though
there i_ some excitement, things are
conlucted in a more quiet manncr
than they are at the South Carolina
It is with gr.at interest that we read
the accounts of the Constitutional Con
vention which is being held in our
native State. South Carolina has
been complimented on one of her
laws, namely, the law prohibiting di
vorce, she being the only state in the
Union in which no divorce is allowed.
"The once prowd Palmetto State" (as
it is always spoken of by the Alexan
dria Gazdte) still has at least one law
of which it may justly be proud. The
Couvention, however, has been cen
snred for crying down Mr. McMahan's
lpr.,po!ition to establish a department
of roads and foresty. 'Tis said by
eomie who know of the condition of
the forests in South Carolina, that
such a law would be salvation to the
Statc. For :f the farmers continue to
cut down the woods for the sake of
making "n-%% ground" for cotton, in
a few 3. ar. ee State will be a real
Sahara. T t farcs will not be worth
anything. T e country will be in
fested with malaria, even more than it
is now, and various other evils will b:
apt to follow. If Mr. MicMahan waa
ctiticized rather severely in his own
state, many persons out of it seem to
realize his good common sense on this
subject, and he has been greatly com
plimented. In regard to the roads, it
certainly wou!d be wise to pay them
more attention. It is universally
known that bad roads are ruinous to
vehicle; besides, they always convey
the idea that prosperity is absent.
We are glad t-> see the rise in the
price of cotton, and trust that what
the farmers lose by the short crop may
be made up in the li:gh price-high at
least in comparison with the four
cents of last year. The late crops
here turned out very badly on account
of the long drought. The vegetables
were cut short, the c)rn and potato
crops were a,ything but satisfactory,
and buckwheat wa; so poor that some
of the iarmrrs d:d not even think it
was worth cu:ting, in consequence
they left it in the fields. Last week
we bad some rain, and the dark clouds
overhead at rreset:t arouse a feeling
of hope in our breas's, and it is hoped
before night that there will be a
steady rainfall. Some families in this
naeighborhood have been searce of
;woter, as the wells and springs have
otten very low during the cour inu ted
ry spell. Hlowever, gramnbling will
o no good, and as the drought has
xtended all over the country, there
are probably people in other places
muiering tdre tha- those 'n "Virginiat.
This neighborhood is ra: her quiet ati
present, it b>eing too late for "straw
ides,'' picnica, tournamzentts etc.
During the past few weeks the
Baptists of the neighborhood have
ben holding a series of r.evival meet
ngs which j>roved ver'y satisfactory to
the church. Thte meetings were con
dced by two vi-iting clergymen,
vho deliv'ered some excellant sermaonls.
Lwenty-five pet sons joined and were
aptized in Accotink Run, whic~h
stream is about eight miles from Alex
mdria. Beulah church was crowded
very night during the meetings and
any people of other de,nminaionls
tended regularly, and they found the
services quite intecestiing and im
The whole country seems to be dis
tressed on account of lie burning of
he R->tunda atnd annex of the Vir
ginia Unive'r-i-v. The loss is especially
re:t by the Virii iLs and all a!umnri.
nd though mtinizgs are being held~ in
order to raise money to rebuild, new
uildings cumnot really replac: the old
ones on ace unlt of ais3ociationi.
Each week it is wi:h pleasure that
we look forward to our dear county
paper which always has the best
wvhes for its success from its humble
Asland F.rm, Va., Nov. 6, 1895.
Beware of Ointment for Catarrh that Con
s mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smiell and completely derange
the whole sy-stem when entering it
through tbe 'mnous surfaces. Such
artices should never be used except on
prescriptions from reputable physi
ciat s, as the damage they will do is
tenold to the good you can possibly
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney
& Co , Toledo, 0., contains no mer
cury, and is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. In buy ing
Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get
the genuine. It is taken internally,
and "made in Toledo, Ohio, by F J.
Cheney & Co. Testimonials free.
GilSold by Druggists, price 75c. per
From a lettsr written by Rev. .J. Gun
deran, of Dimo,idale, Mich,, we are per
mtted to make this extract: "I have no
hesitation in recommending Dr. Kmig's
New Discovery, as the results were almost
marvelous in the case of my wife. While
I was pastor of the Baptist Chnrch at
RvsJntion she was brought down with
Pn umonia succeeding La Grippe. Ter
rible paroxvsms of coughing would last
hours with fittle interruption and it seemed
as if she could not survive them. _A
friend recommended Dr. King's New Dis
covv: it was quick in its work and high
ly satisfactory in results." Trial t>ottlies
free at McMaster & Co.'s Drug Store.
Reular size 50c. and $t.00 *
B uckiec's AraicaSalve.
T s BEs'r SALVE in the world for Guts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rtheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Cheppe'i hands, Chill .lains
Corns. an?d alt Skinu Eruptions, and posi,
tivey cures Piles, 0:- no pay required it
isguarateed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 23 ants pei
box. For sale by Master & C"
r HIRTEEN RUNDRED ACRES of
.land, situated near Albion, or
Little River, fet merly owned by Jno.
Douglass. It will be divided intc
small tracts if necessary. Terms easy.
If not sold, it will be rented.
Apply to J. E McDONALD,
J. Q. DAVIS, or
li)o-2t w. D. DOUGL ASS.
I. ST"UPENDOUS STOCK TO SELECT FLOI1
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 nice 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
J L. MIMNAUGH.
Q. D. WILLIFORD, - - Maaer.
FOR RENT.Alex. Macoal,
OFFER for rent, cheap, for next year,
Iethe Dwelling House and premises of
Iienry N. Obear.srRQ V .
9 26tf T. K. ELLIOTT, Agent
offer at private sale a plantation of
Two Hundred and Fifty (250)
Acres, lying near the residence of Mr.
.Tno. s. Douglass and Dr. Thos. G. Doug
lass, now occupied by Mr. Wm. B. Doug
lass. Has good dwelling and other build
ings on it. Terms easy.LI
9-2Gtf T. K. ELLIOTT, Cashier.
TEhave (placedl in our hiandsh)
some gilt-edged securities to
offer those h-iving moneCy to invest.PATCLRYTTOSwb
Al! commnanication's shall be regardedwilbwseeogtoekgeun
strictly con fidential. bran,adIcamt aesc
J. Q. D AVIS, brgistofrmyfinshsFal
W, D. DOUGLASS, adgv yraoswyIpooet
J. E. McDONALD, udrelalcmeios sflos
11-9t f Winnsboro, S. C.
th$rets 52lu any-Iprf$rtogie0y ficdsan
Betcsi n, ,nuac ssoniddcto i rie
leatheresothan well out inaa lomp,
lthe befstweaning, most stlih Cord
Eho pnair continsn a id..Hrdwre,Acci-he
det csuran dnoly op, goid godforu m, efrtae
Wear Lewis'AccidentInsuranceShoesmotaiit S.
once and you wifl never change., The
insurance goes for "fufllmeasure." 4l.Iwl ei h otnmre
Talkwtyour deler who sels Lo'3frmtatofishpyngul
wil ttbe wseeogdo. ekgeun
Bargaing, and T ies beoae uch.
borghtn toes seera morindths al,e
they give my raocs whytoI prices and
~~unesll alle yometio advnasi ours
Hch~p~f anise e ovrtdit
wha adOamalth oichn eoti up
East IndiasPickles,lsome- weLfoA uRA tES
thin fie; ry hem Stlyo had, anuyot supply
and he pofwhhteadac
Alo ooe uumerPikl. WINTE beTR F tOA uTmeS,
A fu4thn.f-eayIn iLUCbENE tomre
FacyGrceie.cED' MAYt hs.Wl
sodR F-y M R. DoTYM&Ico. a Wopa ihet,s rc o
~otic. - ---- cOION eed.
ATn,"TlETon .emere ndocnsstomypricaro
Montcel:. . wa nts er inbrohtl
We have just received anot'icr Ic
Although leather has advanced in pri
we bought our stock in June, before
kinds at old prices. Zeigler Bros'. L
Shoes, all kinds and all prices. If yo
the future storms and mud call for B.
LEATHER SHOE. We consider it I
same old price will bay them. Send
heel shoes. We have good stout scho
snd $4.00 Shoes.
A new line of Outings, Ginghams,
Homespun, Ticking, Flannels, Brow
Island Homespun, Canton Flannel, Jc
chiefs, &c., &c.
Fresh Flour, Meal. Bacon, Rice, Su;
der, Pickles, Cheese, Crackers, Macar
Flour, Soap, Starch, Molasses, Vinegs
Try cur Dried Apples-good and cl
We are selling Reed's Shoes and P
out. Only a limited quantity and a f
We are offering a specially low pii
and look at the:. Respectfully,
Cotton' States and International
. .tlasata, -a.
SEABOARD AIR LINE.
VESTIBULED LIMITED RAINS
'Upon which no Extra Fare is Charged.
Char'eston and Columbia to Atlai,ta
SCHEDULE. 403 i 41 45
Lv Catawba.... 10.29am 9.50pm+... ..
Lv Chestar...i...11.05 a m'10 38pm ...... .
Lv Carlisle.1.....1.29 a m11 09pni ......
Lv Charleston...'....... ...... 7.00 a
Lv Sumter............... ....9.44 a
yv Columbia..... .1.. 5.60pmn1LJ15 a
v Prosperity.... . 7.2$pm 12.29n
v Nebery...:.......7.58pm1 12.43 p
yv Clinton.....112.29 in'n 12.08n't 1.40 p
. Greenwood..:12.7p m 1.04 amn 2 34 p
IvAbbevile....I 1.24 pma 1.45amn 3.00 y
Lv Calhoun Falls1 1.46 pm 2.16 ami 3.26 p
r Atlanta...... 4.00 p n .5.20 am 6.45 p
Tr'ains 403 and 41 arex composed of
he haid.omest Puillman Drawing.
o.m, Buftet Sleepih.g Cars and Day
.No 403 ("The Atiauta Spcci:?l") is
es ibu'ed from end to end and is
perated solid from WFashdington t o At.
anta without change.
No. 41 Is operated s.olid from Po.rts
oth to. Atlanta without enange;.
No. 45, c.>mpose'd of Day Coachz,
s operated smiid fr.m Char les:.n 'ii.
Atlanta (throughx Sunbt'-r, CoXlumnbie,
Prosper'ity' ar.d Newberry) with in
These train~ land passengers in the
nion Dg.ot at AL'an;a-as L.ear the
Expor-ir i' n grounds as throngh passen
gp-rs vxa any line areC lo dedi.
-FROM- A. C. E
atawba.............. 0' 0$54
hester....... ...... 80j 50
arlisle....... :...... ~ ~ 7
harleston............ 139 0'542
ew berry.......... 1~63j46
linton............. 56 3 1
Abbeville.......... 0 4
alhonFals $1.... 16 43 9 5 41I
cembe 15th wit 15re. li45mi7
cembe 30th wit e35em 8l3mit 6
day Iom at o s5al95e.7
silhon yeahld......... . Here yoi 1
andx Alak.-Taifornis aod daine to
United 1tah,o Bril, Mexicom hni
Janary, 7th, soo896. naryevr
Condn Tceterraces daily foud
cembe how ths pieopem e himdi1
Asktor E.Tickets vsoldh daoDe
duano daepin arese. to
surpases mde dspects, ifatExo
urisnyhed upn Applicaio toere y
Anto theka Saordir nLMine, orhe
theda undson lery vr
Tcavicie natinonte globe Pas. repr
sete. ST. Jhe tieresiarefnd
Tmn many othefr s'itractions,i ora
Chnes andt M ea Cillges howin do
inust how tosb eople. have their~ t"dai
Ask for t-i~ct vbii "The 2eaboan
Puhlat tSc fleep ing esri
will bl' mad te andfurberinormto
Aent ofii the( Sebad Air Lne, or t
T. W..MiGLVE, . J . Ct ANDrtn
eTaf.fic a:er GeniPss A
cv,L befmoeCou rt osedo
ain4td T. A lII" Are, Cere .
t of Bay State and Zeigler Bros'. Shoes.
:e, and carried the price of shoes with it,
the advance, and are selling nearly all
idies' Shoes at $2.00 and up, Bay State
a wish the best ladiee' or misses' shoe for
LY STATE EXTENDED SOLE GOAT
he best shoe in America for the price:
the children io us for good earing spring
)l shoes for boys. See our gents' $3.O0
Calico, Duck, Sateen, Sheeting, BleachEd
i Homespun, Checked Homespun, Sea
ans and Cassimeres, Hosiery, Handker
;ar, Coffee, Canned Goods, Baking Pow
mni, Tea, Spices, Oat Flakes, Buckwheat
r, Cigar, Matches, Candy, &c.
.dan Bros'. Shoes at cost to close them
ew sizes. If you can be fitted they are
e in 46-inch All-Wool Henrietta. Call
eaty & Bro.
SOUTHERN RAIlWAY CO.
Cetilad'llh ahown between Jacksonville and
Eastern Time at other points.
Northbouud. NO.36 Nob No38
Oct. 8th, 1895. Daily Daily Daily
Lv. Jaclsonvile . ...... 6 20 p .... 730a
Lv.Savannah ......... 10 41 p 1150 a
Ar. Columbis..... .... 30 a . 400 p
Ly. Charleston..... 600p.
At. Columbia .... .... 1015 p . 105a
Lv. unt3 t.... ".......... ro700 205 p
'Graaiteville..... .. 4p .2 lp
"renton................ 8 25 p 258 p
" Johnstons . ........... 8 46 a 310 p
Ar. Columbia .... --..- 1120 p 4 44 p
Lv. Columbia ..... 450a 450 a 505p
" Winnsboro.......... 6 01 a 601 a 6 05 p
"Chester ....... ...... 6 58 a 6 58 a 6 53 p
" ock Hill .....72 32 a 730 p
Ar. Charlotte ....8..... 825 a 825a 20Op
" Danville.......... 130p 130 p1200nt
" icmond.... ....- 60 p 640p 600a
ahlMgton....... 940p 9 40 642 a
" Baltimore ... ...1125125p 805 a
" 2naelpia.....3 00 .a 001015 a
" Ne YoR-...- 620 a 6 205a1253 p
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Southbound- - Daily Daily Daily
Lv. New York .... ..... 25nt 12..ant 4 30 p
"Philadelphia...S350 350 n 865p
" Bltmor .......6 22 a 622 a 9 20 p
" Bichmond.... .....125p1255 p 00 a
"Danville ...... .... 605 p 6 05 5 toa
" Charlotte .... ..... 1100 n 00 9 35 a
" Rock Hill .... .....n 48P14810 27 a
" Chester ...... .....1225n 1225nt 11 03 a
" Wlnnlsboro......... 114 a 114 aU154 a
A. olumbia ......... 220 a 220 a 100Op
Lv. Columbia ................ 4 30 a 127 p
4JotDaton ......... .......G682a 310 p
STrenton ...........'......0489a 323 p
SGraniteville.... ...... ..... 71 a S45ip
Ar. Agsta.............*..... 8 00 415 p
L. Columbia .... ..... 700a ... 4 00p
A.Charleston .... ..... 110 a..-. sOp
L. Colnmbia ....:..... 30a...1210 p.
Ar.Savnnah ....i..... 54 w..--40 p
"Ja0CsonVflle... 0 30 a.... .9 40 p
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Pipes and Tobacco.
Lamps and Glassware.
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