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Tuesday. November 19. -
-"Caroline" Sale at N1laster &f
Co.'s drug store. adv
-The highest price paid for coitor
on Monday was 7.8k.
-We call upon all who owe ns sub
scription= to settle. We cannot and
will not carry arears.
-Rev. Mr. McLare, pastor of the
Presbyterian Church at Ridgeway, as
sisted Dr. Jordan with communior
services on last Sunday.
--There must be life in the old land
yet. Twenty-four horses were sold
at public auction on Saturday at price:
ranging from forty to seventy-fivf
-Communicu " as held at the A. R
P. Church on Sunday. Rey. C. E
McDonald was assisted by Rev Mr
Ewart, the pastor of the A. R. P
Church at Edgewood, S. C.
ARE YOU GoIxG?-If you are going
to At!anta, call on me and I will sell
you a board privilege low down. Com
before they are all gone.
W. J. Elliott, Manager.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castaria.
RETURNED FRox ATLATA.-Mr.
and Mrs. J. Q. Divis, Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Douglass, Misses Lill Dwight,
Lou Dwight, Louise Elli:on, Annie
Davis, Martl.a Dwight, Matie Martin.
Isabel Douglass and Mr. Harry Davis
returned from Atlanta on Saturday
E POL -r.:D THE FUx.-The small
boys of the town were very much dis
appointed that the drove of Oregon
horses were sold and taken out of
Winnsboro in a drove. They expected
to see 'em catch 'em, but Mr. Fred
Harmon bought them all and drove
Ta WATKu SUPPLr.- The follow
in% is the report of the policeman on
tho water supply measuremntets taken
eo-. Minday morning:
Court-house cistern...........14 3
Depet cistern............14 0
Elliott's cistern............. 9 5
Neil's cistern............ .15 5j
Phillips' cistern.............. 8 8
gummings' cistern............16 2j
To BE MARRIED -Cards are out an
nouncing the marriage of Mr. J. B.
Bovd to Miss Deipbine Desportes.
B-nh the principals in the comning
happy c-vent li'.e in Rlidgeway. Mr.
Boyd is a -oi of the late Dr. John
j0. d, V.rtw r -ch .ol c wuii.-i''ner~ of
c.ur cm.unty. n.d i- w.e 4f llidgeay's
De.aportes i- thes. dautetr of Mr. Jt'o.
A. l;esp'o' tes, and is one of Fairfield'
mo popu'ar and charming young
1iileS. The wzarriage will take phece
otn the zi:h inst. ini the Methodist
Chureb at. Ridgewt at 8.30 p. tn.
Mr. W. C. Bedty left for Atlanta on
Mrs. L. 11. Bell and Mrs. Mary Cald
weli, of Men~f'gome ry, Ala., a:e visit
jug friends' in Winnsboro.
F. M. C:arke, Dr.. J. R.. McMaster
and Ii. W. Gibson returned frotm At
lanita Sa- urday morni g.
Messrs. J L and Means Beaty R
turned from Atlanta Saturday tnorn
Misses latry F. McMas:er, Matry E.
McMaeter and Raehel B. McMaster
returned from Atlanta Saturday morn,
Miss Lida Yarboro0ugh, aecompar
ined by her nephew, Mr. William Yar
borough, arrived ott Friday to visit
SMrs. D. E. McDowell.
Mr. T. P. Bryson returned ftrom
Atlanta on Mouday morning.
Mies Mamie Boliek is takintg int the
exposition at present.
Mr. and Mt s. J. L. Bryson left for
Atlax'a on Monday moraing.
M r. G-. Ri. L.uderdale and wife re
turned Itomr Atlatnta <.nt Saturday
THlE COUNTY CHIAINGANG.
T he countty chaingang, which has
been' at wor k ont the Winnsboro road
evi r sin' e it was first tstab i.hed, will
be removed to the Garner's Ferry
road the tirst of niext week. Under
the excellent management of Capt.
WV. H. Sligh the chaingang has made
a great improvemetnt ot the road abore
the city, especially so since the pur.
chase of a road machine and road
plow and the team with which to
work it, and as time tolls on and the
other roads get their quota of work
un:der the new system, it will be seen
that the e>unty board of commission
ers have acted wisely in adopting th(
chaingarg method of improving out
public reads --State.
This suiggests to us to remind omi
people ot the impo:tance of precurina
suitable machines to work our roads
Thte people in the country seem to bt
alive to the matter and the count'
boa.rd have tatken somne steps to inves
tigate thte m itter; l.' our busines
men in town should get t work atn<
h.ccomtplish' somth-ting We hear the:
a e wilbine, but talk will never fix
mud hol'. Some one mu ttake thi
initiation. Now is the time to aet.
Cure For Headachae.
A.s a remedy 'or all formns of Feadacht
Eletrie Ditters has proved to be tht ver
best. If effets a permanent cure and th
niost dreadlful habitual sick headache
vield to its influence. We urge all wit
~are afliictedi to procure a bottle, andl civ
t his remedy a fair t'ilt In cases of htabil
ual Cu: stipation Electric Bitters cures b
giving the neede-d totne to the bowels, an
few cases long resist the use of this med
ein e. Try it once. Large bottles oni
Fifty cents at McMaster & Co.'s Uru
TIIE STATE'S COLLEGES.
Colnmbia, Nov. 19.-Special.-Tbis
entire dac of the Constitutional Con.
vention :. a, devoted to a discussion
of the questiun whether the legisla
ture shoul I be required, or simply
author:z2d, to make proper provision
for the difflr eut colleges.
The speech of the day was made by
Senator Wattou of E-lgefield, his
proposition be:ng to sub,t'u'e " 1 ay
for "rlhall" in the c c:ion le'a-inlg to
these illslitutions. Mr. Watson tooa
the gene:al position th+Lt the State
clnnot n tintain a re ii university ; it
ought ni t to attempt anything in that
line. Ue said the higher c>lleges must
be supported by endowments. le
thought they should receive just such
support as tire people, represented in
the legislature, should, from time to
timo, be pleased to give. The Con
stitution should not tie the hands of
the peap'e's representatives by any
mandate on thi- subject.
In the cour-e of his speech Mr.
Watson paid a handsome tribute to
the denominational colleges of this
State, citing them as examples of what
private eforts, properly directed and
united, may do.
It was stated, by some of the colored
delegates, that Claflin University, at
Orangeburg, is really under the con
trol of the Northean Methodist church,
though that body gives but $1,500 out
of the $25,000 used for its support.
This particular matter was [had over
for future inquiry and action.
The ordinance to postpone the next
session of the legislature till the acond
Tuesday in Januury, 1896, received its
third reading. The governor will, in
a few day.; issue his proclamation
formaliy aniounciug such postpone
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Crosbyville, Nov. 16.-We are abeut
through gathering the crops, which
turfred out better than was at one time
We have two good cotton markets
She:ton and Carlisle. They have been
paying New York prices all the fall.
The new ferry is a great conve.
nience to the "Corner." The ferry
now it in first-class order and there is
a great deal of crosiing. It is now
ready to be turned over to the county
ommissioners. It has a regular ferry
Cool Branch Church has called Rev.
B. P. Estes to serve as pastor next
rer. He has accepted the call.
Mr. Robert-on is preparing for an
entertainment at the close of his school,
w,i.:h will be sometimc ina December.
Mis< FIo:a A. JTones, South Bend, Ind.
Paruchan(d a bot tle .f your "Blushes"
f Arend, Cor. '.f Fifth Ave. and
Madison Sr. I find it delightful. Will
gadh remmend ix to others.
Fred M. Roberts,
With Marchall Field & Co., Chicago,
Mr. Roberts is not the onaly one who
fids "Blash: of Roses" delightful, as
may ladies and gen:lemen cain testify,
who haye purchased it from Jouhn H.
McMaster & Co.*
IMATTERS IN RIDGEWAT.
Ridgew ay, Nov. 16. -Friday evening
is rightly the young people's time for
sil pleamire. Aftet five days of
trouble and venatiO" of spirit over
books and school they may claim this
evening as their own, and those who
Irecognize the claims of the young to
such social training as will enable them
graceflly and becomingly to discharge
th 'ocial duties of later life do well
Ito furnish, as opportunity offers, such
recreations and diversions as will pro?
mote and encourage that ease of mane
nr so justly the heritage of Southern
childr en. When this easy bearing
may be gotten from engaging in
helthgiving and enchanting exercise,
those who. provide the occasion for
such exercisi deserve the thanks of all
who would see our "daughters become
as corner-stones polished after the
similitude of a palace." And we owe
to Mrs. WV. Herbert Ruff, of our town,
he~rty thansks for her ever cordial in
i erst in all that concerns our young
Ipeope's enj.yment of social pleasures.
The most recent oecasion for our
i debtedzies 'to Mrs. Rluff was upon
last Friday evening where the little
pople gathered within her hospitable
home for an informal dance. It needed
but one glance upon. the faces fresh
and pare,Iligh'.ed with innocent glad
nes, to acquaint the onlooker that this
was the little people's night and that
they enjoyed its privileges.
As grsceful as the bending willow
and as playfully as the Spartan lambs
did the little feet, untrainedland un
directed save by the bouyancy of
youth, keep time to the music's har
mony, bespeaking this as the natural
enrcise of ardent youth.
The following ladies and gent'emen
~Miss Jennrie Thomis, b.aby b'ue emn
pire gown, garniture crea:n lace.
Mi-s May Thomas, a charming bru*
n rette, arrayed in rose crep in.
Miss Eleanor De'por:es, stylish
gown of pale blue albatros.:, satin rib.
Miss Daisy Wilson, a pretty suit of
b:e serge, Van Dy ke collar.
IMiss Lula Boyd, picturebque gowi
aof delicate pink, be:tha of handsome
Miss Florence Louise Rug, a strik
ing~ uown of blue crepon, white ribbor
lace, fi.wers. pompon chrysanthe
-Mi-s Mary Coleman, pretty suit of
Snovt, ood, anid , aby vetlvet.
EJi I Tabl Means Rluff. atylial
gown of white albatross, gold sati,
Miss Harriett Ruff, rose mousselint
de soi:, white lace and ribbon.
Miss Pearle Rembert, artistic Marik
Antoinette gown of rich cream crepon
Miss Lallie Rembert, lovely gowvn o.
pink c:epon, Pompadour sleeves.
Miss Rosa Thomas, in a charming
gown of crepon, lace and ribbon.
E There were present two fairy debu
tantes-Miss Sara Desportes, a brn.
nAtte, and Mis: S ira Elo'se Rnff, r
blonde, daintily arrayed in rose cr
pon,. cream lace and ribbon.
Gentlemen-Messrs. Edwards Boyd,
John Wilson, Means Pagan, Ben Harte
Pagan, Charlton Thomas, Herbert
Ruff, Jr., Samuel Thomas, John L,
master, John Eldridge, John Pagan,
James Pagati, D. Walter Ruff, Jr.,
Aubrey Ellis Strode, William Rem
Miss Florence Poczar, of Branch
ville, is visiting friends in town.
Mrs. E. G. Palmer has just returned
from an extended visit to her mother.
Mrs. Kirk, of Berkeley, S. C.
Mr. A. F. Ruff, of Rock Bill, spent
several days in town last week.
Mrs. U. G. Desportes, of Winns
boro. paid our town a flying visit last
Miss Eugenia Rosborough has gone
to Columbia for a stay of several
Capt. F. M. L. Duke, of the Bear
Creek scctiou, met with a very pain
ful accident last Friday. While haul
ing in some corn he was thrown from
the wMgon, :h- rear whee! passing
over hi h-a and shoulders, breaking
his e.,ll-tr-b, me and leaving other
severe brui-e, abjut his head.
Mr. A. E - trode, principal of Ridge.
way High School, gave us a very fine
leeture on education last Monday
night. Mr. Strode is an attractive and
forcible speaker and handles his sub
ject well. Seaton.
Beware of Ointment for Catarrh that Con
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through the miaous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except on
presc:iptions frow reputable physi
ciat,s, as the damage they will do is
tenfold to the good you can possibly
derive f.om them. rHall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney
& Co , Toledo, 0., c.ntains no mer
cury, and is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous
sn :faces of the system. In bul ing
Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get
the genuine. It is taken internally,
and mad-e in Toledo, Ohio, by F J.
Cheney & Co. Testimonials free.
gi'Sold by Druggists, price 75c. per
CAIIOLINA DAY AT ATLANTA.
A. Big Crowd to Go from Columbia and
"Carolina Dmy" will be a big day
for South Carolinians at Atlanta.
Governor Evans and stafif will leave
for the exposition otn the 26th ins',
and it is expre ed tuat all or nearly all
t the metaber- of the Uonstitutionail
coventi..n and memibe.s of the .State
legislature wilt honor the day by their
presence. CTne corps of the Citadel
e idets, t be studets of tne South Caro
lina college, the Winthrop Normal anid
Idustrial c:>lege, and of Clemson
ollege will also go over. Besides
these a targe number of citizet a,
among them many ladies, will make
the trip, and there will be a grand
assemblage of Carolinians in Georgia's
great c apital on the day Eet apart for
especial honor of our State at the ex
poition. The fare f<.r "Carolina
Day " has been fixed at the remaraibly
low rate of $2.,50 for the round trip,
and from all indications the railroads
will have all they can do) to handle the
Adjutant General Watta lel t here for
Atlanta yesterday afternoon to tmake
arrangements for the militia whi> will
visit the exposition oil "Carolina
Day." He has made favorable railroad
arrangements with the Southern and
Soth Carolina and Georgia railriads,
andi will en.deavor to ma~ke similar
arrangements with all other lines so
that the companies from all sections of
the State masy have equal facilities.
The Discovery Saved His Life.
Mr. G. Cailloiutte, Drugist, Beavers
ville, Ill., says: "To Dr. King's New Dis
evry I owe my life. Was taken with
I.a Grippe and tried all the physicians for
miles about, but of no avajl and was given
up and told I could not live. Havlig Dr.
King's New Discovery in my store Vsent
for a bottle and began its use and from ihe
first began to get better, and after using
thre bottles was up and about again. It
is worth its weight in gold. We won't
keep store or house without it." Get a
trial bottle at McMaster & Co.'s Drug
B azckton'' Arnl .A saiv.
T HE BEST SALvER in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter,Chepped IIands, Chill .lains
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posl,
tively cures Piles, or no pay required It
sguarantee.d to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 23 ants per
ox. For sale by )MMs':er & Cr *
Cidren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
For Over Fifty Years
Mus. WINsLow's SOOTHING Svnur has
been used for over fifty years by millions
of mothers for their children while teeth.
in -, with perfect success. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wInd colic, and is the best remedy
for Diarrhcea. It will relieve the poor lit
tle sufferer immediately. Sold by Drug
gists in every part of the world. Twenty
five cents a b(ottle. Be sure and ask for
Mrs. Winlow's Soothing Syrup," and
ake no other kind. 5-26t x1y
Whe)abywas sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she wasa child, she crled for Castoria.
W enhebecame @Miss, she clung to Castorta.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoris.
B3urial Cases and Caskets.
T HE UNDERSIGNED has a ful
line of the latest designs in
BUIAL CASES AN CASKETS,
at moderate prices. Orders fillem
promptly, night and day, at the okm
stand. Thankful for past patronage
I ask for a share of it in future.
IHearse furnished wheni ordered.
11--6tf T. M. FLLLOTTr, SR.
& STUPENDOUS STOI
;Ready in all
A BEAUTIFUL LINE 0
Black Dress Goods in all the late
meres, Clay.Worsteds, Tricots, a
in all colors. Also Fanc'y Sackin
Black Satin for ladies' skirts.
A full line of ladies': misses'
inducements in ladies' and gents'
A Large Sto
bought before the rise. Can sa
I keep the celebrated R. & G.
assortment of ladies' stylish Wra]
MY LINE 01
was never more complete. *HATE
Some good values in gents' Under
If you want a Trunk or Valise doi
poorest man in the county can bi
from me this season and not mi.s ]
Here is a stunner: A Silk Um
Country merchants will do we
J. L. MIV
Q. I. WILLIPOfl
OFFER for rent, cheap, for next year,
the Dwelling house and premises cf
Henry N. Obear.
9 2Gtf T. K. ELLIOIT, Agent
W E offer at private sale a plantation of
1 Two Hundred and Fifty (250)
Acres, yig near the residence of Mr.
.Tno. b. Douglass and Dr. Thos. G. Doug
lass, now occ:ipied by Mr. Win. 13. Douz
lass. Has gavi dwelling and other build
ings on it. Ter:us easy.
9-26t T. i . ELLIOTT, Cashier.
W E have (placed in our hands).
some gilt-edged securities to
offer those hnving money to invest.
All commonicationts shall be regarded
J. Q. D)AVIs,
W, D). DOUGL ASS,
J. E. McDONA LD,
11-tf . .Wiuinsboro, S. C.
The best $3.00 Men's Shoes on the
Made from tannery calfskin, dongola
tops, all leatber trimmed, solid leather
soles with Lewis' Cork Filled Soles.
Unequaled for beauty, fine workman
ship, and wearing qualities. Your choice
of all the popular toes, lasts and fasten
Every pair contains a paid-up Acci
dent Insurance Policy for $100, good for
Wear I,ewis' Accident Insurance
Shoes, and go insured free.
sol y W. R.IDoTY& Co.
Evaporated Apples, Peaches,
Apricots and Prunes.
Hecker's Self-Raising Buck
wheat and Oatmeal.
Barrel best N. 0. Molasses.
East India Pickles, some
thing fine; try therm.
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
Fancy Groceries. -
Give me a call.
I FOR SALE.
r HIRTEEN IIUNDRED ACRES of
land, situated near Alion, on
Little River, for merly owned by Juo.
S. Douglass. It will be divided into
small tracts if necessary. Terms easy.
I not sold, it, will be rented.
Appl to J. E. McDONALD,
Apl " J. Q. DAVIS, or
-2t n Wn n. DOU rA..i
'JK TO SELECT FROh
F COLORED DRESS GOODS
;t styles, Serges, Henriettas, Cash.
nd Flannels. A big assortment o:
;s for children. Something nice ir
nd children's Hose. Some special
ck of Shoes,
ve you money in this department.
Dorsets. the best made. The best
>s you have ever seen in the Bor.
to please the old and young.
wear. Look at my line of Cravats.
i't buy until you price mine. The
iy a pair of WOOL BLANKETS
brella for seventy-five cents.
1 to price through my immense
9, - - Mai a er.
AN]) SALE STABLES.
Just Arrived and for Sae,
EAmong them one Fine Saddle Horse
and some Fine Mares suitable for rais
ing stock. Will be sold cheap for
cash or on time for satisfactory paper.
Winnsboro, S. C.
FALL OF 1895.
PARTICULARILY TO T HOSE who
will be wise enough to seek genuine
bagains, and I claim to have such
bargains to offer my friends this Fail,
and give my reasons why I propose to
undersell all competitors, as follows:
1st.-Ouar entire stock of General Mer
chandise MUS-r 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 reduction in prices
rather than sell out in a lump,
that all might have an opportu
naity of sccuria'g bargains:
3rd.- When the advance cam: on
Shoes, Hardware, and other
goods in our line, we fortunate
ly had a big supply on hand,
and the profit which the advance
in prices legitiniately gave us,
will be thrown to our customners,
thereby getting their goods al
most at tir* * ot
4t.-l w ib be in the cotton market
from saa t :o finish, payin;g furll
pri~cs-d na' forget this. Will
also pay highest cash price far
iBe ;ure ad c'ansult my pa icas oil
Bagin'g aid Tics before y on buy.
bogt the=eO se!veral nun ths age whei;
ther w crc :ai rock boltkzi' l'icea, anc
will give y ou grealt 'lvana'U in VOW1
BLACKSTOCK. S. C.
B. J. QUtATTL EJAt, i. I)D
We have just received another k
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 buy 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, Je
chiefs, &c., &c.
Fresh Flour, Meal, Bacon, Rice, Su;
der, Pickles, Cheese, Crackers, Macar
Flour, Soap, Starch, Molasses, Vineg.
Try our Dried Apples-good and cl
We are selling Reed's Shoes and PE
out. Only a limited quantity and a f
We are offering a specially low pri<
and look at them. Respectfully,
Cotton' States and International
SEABOARD AIR LINE.
VESTIBULED LiMITED 1RAINS
Upon which no Extra Fare is Charged"
Char-eston and Columbia to Atlanta
SCHEDULE. 403 41 45
Lv Catawba.... ;10.29 a m 9.50pm;... ...
LvChester...... 11.05am'1038pn ......
Lv Carlisle...... 11.29 ain11 9pn .......
Lv Charleston... ......I........ 7.00 a
Lv Sumter...... ... .. .. 9.44 a
Lv Columbia........ .... 5.00pm! 1i15 a
Lv Prosperity.......... 7.28pm 12.29n
Lv New berry.... ...... 7.8pm 12.43 p
Lv Clinton.. 2.29 n'n 12.08n'tI 1.40 p
Lv Greenwood . . 12.57 p m ].04 am 2 34 p
I v Abbevile....I1.24pm 1.45aml 3.00 p
Lv CalhounFalls~ 1A6 pin 2.16an
Ar Atlanta...4.09 p mo 5.20 am ..i-g
Trains 403 am,' 41 are composed of
the hand.-omest Pullman, Drawintg.
Room, Bufikt Sleepiing .Cars sudDa
No 40:3 ("The Atlanta Special") is
yes ibuted from entd to end and is
operated solid from WFasington to At
lanta teithout change.
No. 4: is operated so;ld from~ Port;
mouth to Atlanta withouz change.
No. 45, ctmpotsed of Day Coaches,
is operated sotid fromn Char les:en to
Atlanta (through Sumt--r, Ciumnb!a.
Prosperity and Newbe-rry) with: -ut
These trains land passengers ;in the
Union Deot at At an:a-as t.ear the
Exposition grotozds - throngh passen
gers via any lineo ..ri . ded.
--FROM-- A. 1C. jE.
Catawba ...........:.$121x0: s 8o; 90S
Chester............105! 810: 5
Carlisle................ 5745~ 4.70
Charleston........13965 10 2. 4 2C
Sumter. ....... 136 e9 660i S
Columbia........... 11 35 839 569
Prosperity........... 9 45: 695 4 74
Newberry............. 910: 6651 46C
Clinton............. 865~ 635~ 414
Greenwood.......... 7 sj 5 55~ 3 42
Abbeville.......... 6401 4 70 341
Calhoun Falls....... 565 151 3 14
DATEs OF sA1.E AND LIMIT.
CoLUMN A.-Tickets sold daily to De
cember 15th, with extreme limit
January 7th, 1896.
COLUMN 0.-Tickets sold daily to De
cemnber 30th, with extreme limit 12
days Irom date of sale.
COLUMN E.-Tickets sold daily to De
cember 30th, with extr eme limit
days from date of sale.
surpasses, in some respects, any Expo
sition yet held in America. Here yet
find, side by side, exhibits from Florid:
and Alaska. California and Maine, thi
United States of America and th4
United States of Brazil, Mexico ani
Canada, and so on untii nearly ever:
civilized nation on the globe is repre
sented. On the ferraces are found
among many other sttractions, Arab
Chinese and Mexican villages, showing
just how those peopie have their "dai]b
walk and conversation."
Ask .fr tickets via " The Seaboart
Pullman Sleeping Car reservatiorn
will be made and further informatioI
furnished upon application to an:
Agent of the Seaboard Air Line, or t
II. W. B. G.LOVER, T. J. ANDERSON,
Traffic Man:a:er. Gen. Pass. Ag
E. ST. JorN,. Vice-President.
W X I LL offK r fort sale at pub.ic oul
cry, befote the Court Hlouse doo
in Wibsbtro. S. C.. <i ibth fir-t Ma'
dav ini D)eemi, er (being the 2nd day)v
between the lea! houirs of sa a
that tract of land lyingwe
Witn.cboro, known as~ the Pak/dor
less, antd bounnd d by lands Q; Di
T. . Madd-n,. A Ii. Cat! c-t an
The Coutcil re-erve the right to-r
bct anyv or all bids
B3y ot der if Council:
t of Bay State and Zeigler Bros'. Shoes.
:e, and carried the price of shoes with it,
the advance, and are selling nearly all
adies' Shoes at $2.00 and up. Bay State
u wish the best ladie&' or misses' shoe for
LY STATE EXTENDED SOLE GOAT
he best shoe in America for the price:
the children to us for good wearing spring
>l shoes for boys. See our gents' $3.4
Calico, Duck, Sateen, Sheeting, Bleached
i Homespun, Checked Homespun, Sea
ans and Cassimeres, Hosiery, Handker
far, Coffee, Canned Goods, Baking Pow
oni, 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 4>-ineh All-Wool Henrietta. Call
eaty & Bro.
SOU8THERN RAI WAY CO.
C(initra Ome shown between Jacksonville and
.,astern Tlme at other poit.
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Oct. 6th, 1895. Daily Daily Daily
LT.Jatksonville.. ..... 620 p . 730 a
Lv. .a ..an ..l.......10 41 .1150 a
Ar. COltmb ........... 3 30 a . 00 p
Lv. Charleston.... ... 600p . 7 a
Ar. Columbia ......... 1015 p ...... 11051
1'r- AUP" tT............. :
a Johnston......................4 3 f
Ar. Columbia ..-......--.- 1120 p .44 p
Lv.~Columbia . ... 450 Y 4 5 P
"" Winnsboro.... ...... 6 01 a 601 a -65
" Chester....... ....- 658& 635sa 65a
" BockEill .... . 732& 72s 7 30
Ar. Charlotte .... ..- 825. 8W 25& 320 p
" Danville......... ISOp 130 p:1200nt
is Blcbmond.......--- 640 p 640 p 600 a
SWasminton.... 940 p 9 40p 642 a
" Baltimore ..-.1125.1125 p 5058a
ePhiladel a.--3001a 300 a 10 15
" NewY~ ... ---620a 620*a1253 p
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Southound- Daily Daily Daily
Lv. NewTYth'.... ~11n 2.n 3
"Philadelphia.. 5*~ 65
"Baltimore ....... -
L.Washington . .llaIlaO
"Danville ......... 0p0pS0
** Charlotte ....... lOi0P95
41 Bock Hill ...... fSp1pl*
"Chester ......... 5n23t11
** Wlinnsboro...... 1411*5*
Ar. Columbia ......2* OO
Lv. Columbia ......... 3*17
" Trenton ..........84*3p
*8 Gunitevilfle..... .76*35
L.columbIa ....... 70. 01
Ar.charleston...... 10. Sp
L.columbia ....... sa. 10
A.5avannah ....... 54140
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