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Saturday. November 23, j84.,
Trustee's Sale-T. K. Elliott, Trus
4( .. c a a Lri e l %
-Mullikin-Thespiau Hall. adv
-"Caroline" Salve at McMaster &
Co.'s drug store. adv
-The union service will be held at
the A. It. P. Cht ch on Sunday night
at 7.30 o'clock.
-Sunday school and prayer mceting
at the Ptesbyterian Chuich will be
held at 4 o'clock instead of 5 as hereto
-Two gallons 150 proof kerosene
oil for 25 cts, single gallon 15 cts.
adv W. R Doty & Co.
-Mullikin uses the latest improved
instruments and methods in pho
-At St. Peter's Hospital, to-day,
Dr. Wakefield, assisted by Dr. Gib
bon, did a successful operation for
cataract on the eye of Miss Sarah
Nunnery, of Chester County, S. C.
Chiarlott, Obsercer. adv
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
400 CoRDS.-I have for sale four
hundred cords of oak and hickory
wood. Will deliver at once. Apply to
adv3t R. E Ellison.
RELIGIoS SERVICES.-Services 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. In.
Prayer meeting Wednesday i at p. m.
Young t eople's meeting and choir
practice, Friday evening at 8:15.
Presbyterian-1 a. in. by the pastor.
gandav School at 4 p. In. Prayer
meetirg Wednesday at 4 p. in.
Methoi ist-11 a. 'm. by the pastor
Sundtv School at 4 p. m. Prayer
neeting Wednesday at 4 p. n.
-iullikin slows proofs bet:.re you
leave the photo gallery. adr
ADVERTISING PAys.-Mr. and Mrs.
G. A. White stopped in Atlanta with
Mrs. G. B. Rlober ts, 234 Wbitehal
street, and were well pleased. Mrs.
Robert-- adveittsed in THE %Zws AND 1
HERALD a:.d there were eleven Fair- 1
field people at her house while Mr.
L White ~s there and all were pleased. 1
Messrs. Samuel Cathcart, Jr., andi
his brot'.er John stopped at Mirs. E. R.
V'rjrnaggs 118 Garnett street, and
found lots of1 other Fairfield people]
there. Mrs Ta:nage a<hertises with
us also, so T~IE NRws AND fIERALD
is the place to advr:rt i-e.I
Mr. and Mrs, M. WV. Doty left for
ACtanta on FridayV mor.ings.
.,..tulkin, the photogra; her, has
r'et,rJed to Winnsbo.ro, and now is the
-timve to h .ve your photograph taken.
A Well Deserved Tribute to ai Popular
The R?obesonian, of Octob, r 23, says
edi:orially "The fac-iities for reach
ing Alttta fromn this section are un
eq.ualledl anywhere. The Seaboard
Air Line runs double daily trains over
the roadl, making close connfeCtions for
the South and Wecst at A'lanta, and
for New York, Ri eto:: and other.
poi ts. Indeed, as a gentleman ofi
large travel. remarked last Monday,
the Seaboard (A!r Line) has the best
sebedules and the best cozItcctionls Qf
any toad within his knowledge. He
also said that he was not awar e of but
'ne train int the United States that:
Jeiragedcars equal in magnific' niceI
and w ~adtoa cost, to the
Atlanta Specil, aind t hat was (we:
believe) the Buffa.lo Express, ruiming
from New York city t, Butla'o. *
M is- Flor a-A. Jones, Sou-h Bend, In.
1.archatl d a bo; tIe at your "Blushes"
of Aretid, ('ar. <I Fifth Ave. and
Madison S'. I findt it dehhltiu. Will
gladh~ r c tnmnend i to OthLe:ii
Yot rs i CS; 'c:fully,
F, en M. R. beru=,
Withi Ma ch. h Fiehi & Co. , Ch:ar,
Mr. Rober:s i, not tee a-nh one wh.o
fidst "iiu-h of lRot*w" c:elghtfth a
many ladies tind gen:h m~i.s e i n testify,
who have purchased it from John HiI
W.Mastr & Co.
OF INTEREST TO FAIRFIELD.
The lollosving, oflere I by Mr. R'gs
d de in the conventiotn on the 20 h, ex
An Ordinance to pr0vide that the Gen
eral Assemnby may enact such laws
as may bec necessary to validate and
cat ry Into effect subscriptionS to the
ca~pital stock of certain rpilroad comn
,>aties heretofore voted by the Coun
ts of Fairtield, and to validate and
inthoriz-t the issue of bounds in pay
of the same.
Be it orsiainted 'by the p- ople of South
Carolina, in convenrion assembled,
That no; hin~g contained in the Consti
ttion ord-.ia.ed and established by the
people of S.u-h Carolina, now in
conventioni as-emtled, shall prohibit
the General A-nmbly from het erfter
enactintg su' h lawsa as mtay.be n,eces
'~ o val dte at.d carry 1110 efect
the su scr. in to the: capital stock of
the Cape lear an.l Cineita:ati Rai road
Comanly and the subsc ip:ion -o the
caital st.ck ot ihe Wade.&.r',Wetun.s
boo andl Kn'amk la,ilroa I Comnp mny
heretofore voted for and auttwonz -d by
the qua!ified voters ot Fali fi.d Coun
y and to validazte a.d auth,oii:-- 'he
issue of the bonds of said cot n'y int
payment of the same: Provided, That
the said r'ailroad companies shall com
pl with all the conditions upon which
said sobscriptions and bonds were
. inauy vted: And, provided, fur
ther, That. the qualified electors of
said county shall reaffirm the grant of
authority to issue said bonds in pay -
ment ut said subscriptions to either or
both of said railroad companies at the
next _,vveral election for State and
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
A Speech by Ex-Congressimau G. W.
Murray--Somne Political History--status
of the Registration Law.
George Wasthingi on Murra' , the
co loed ex-Congres-man from south
Carolin, made a speech to the colored
people in the Court House here on
Wednesday night, which was full of
wit, humor and intersper-ed with
wholesome advice. Murray is a gena
ine negro, very black, of large statue,
and has a good voice for public speak
ing. lie had the attention of his
hearers throughout and received many
spontaneous cchoes from the crowd.
Sometimes ri-crc would sound a "Talk
it, brut.:er," "Amen," "You are
right," "Now you suit me," &c.,
which showed that he had hit a re
snon-ive chord in m.re than one
. Our repcrter reac,e:i the court room
just a litt:e after tze discourse had
commenced, but judged he was on the
first theme of the evening.
He picured the slave without liberty,
without the liberty to talk in public or
to pr'y a'ud-there was no song of
liberty by the southern slave. llow
ever,. the-y might pray aloud, "Oh
Lord, t.e!n old Master," but inwardly
th,- secret .raycr was, kill old Master
quick. Lie told the i.eg,oes that they
did not know how their freedom was
w-n Ttle colored people did so little
o : b:ain trecdom that they could not
appreciate it. He took up tha 1)th
amendment and explained how it
abolished slavery. It knocked down
the auction bk-ek, pulled up the whip
pig post, and gave every black
mother tte babe of her bosom. He
sxplaiued the 14th amendmetlt; you
wete made citizens and Tillman and
ill his hosts cannot tear down your
:i-izenship. The seal has been torn
ron the ballot box, the Court Icuse
loors are open to } on and so are the
als of Congress. All nen's rights
re equal; no black citizenship; no
hite citizenship. South Carolina is
tot trying to destroy your citiz;n,hip,
ut a sma! clique of her people are
rying to do so- and will unless you
et at once to prevent it. The law is
nade for all men to c-)form to. The
atinal citizenship c4me to whites
ud blacks alike at the same time.
hank God for ihe 14th amendment.
I s:sid the white people made a bigi
istake by not taking hold of the
egro and holding up his hands; they
ein him to the Yakee and would not
ekowledge his citizenship after the
ar. They owed the slaves a debt of
ratitude. The slaves nursed the sick,
ade the crops aL.d protected the1
rhite families during the war. There
as no lynching then. Me could not
pain why so much lynching was
iecessary when the men w7ere home to
)rotect their families. He said he did
tot put much faith in the lynching
ecssity of now-a-days. There is
omething wrong. They sent us to
be Yankees ahd are responsible.4
They prepared a constitution known
the b'ack code, wanltg every slave
live with mnaster ten sears, and
rted to make it a crime to live on
ter planitations.- But the black code
vas repudiated, thank God. It was
ike the c>nuslitQtion they are trying to
nake in Columnbia now. But it was
nore candid and honest. Now, they
re trying to do the same thing almost
n guise of law. You negroes ask,
vhat the lRepublican party has done
or you. It is a m~other who gave
uirth to four million black babies at
ne time apd they were free. Those
~ellws in Columbia want to adjourn
hec co)nvention, but they can't go
~oe yei. They have twisted and
weated and wranged to get around
he United States Consiitlltionl, but it
to high to jump over, too dpgp to
o under, and they are try ing to drive
brugh it four-in-hand. But they
an't go home; they are fighting the
undamental law andt the Supreme
o.rt will whip them.
He explained the power and pro
ee i -n of tho ballot very fully. It
nale t rial jistices, judges and gover
tiOs decide against the man whose
b:l!t was killed. The e mventien
tried to draa the color line, but
ec-ge D. Tillman showed that it is
hard to tell a ho is white atnd who is
black in South Carolina. He explained
fally the theory of our State and
national governent in all branches,
nd again jumped on the registration
law. There was nothing like it in
heaven or on earth, and there would
be nothing like it in hell until the Su
pree Court kills it and sends it there.
Men wi r* lying in their grave< who
contracted disease while waiting in
the ran to register. Trie Republican
leaders are to blame for its not being
killed long ago. The white Republi
can thieves left in '76 with their stolen
phnler~ an I those who r emamned made
a tacit b.argain to let everything rock,
provided th y disbursed fed-ral patina
nage. 'I his fciur-eyed negro, Webster,
is one who is to biage. Y..u all know
him. ile xefus. d to. make the fight
I g a 0. Our cau.e i'gyt the bottom
of it Before the-war th~e au--tucracy
w. .t.- o.ly h-*t the poor iuckra come,
to the front gate. He was only a
polc man or constable. They only
'used his vote and'were done with him.
The; put him is' a pen before the
electiotn and vGted all of them like
sheep. Butt the war came on, the
,In uNot an oth parted the waters
like the Red Sea and the negrocs
wa'ked to the land of liberty on dry
ground. What then? Well, you see
the pror buckra N as set free too.
The aristocrat took him by the hand
and said, "John, do you know you are
a whie tnan"? "Y.s, I do," was the
reply. "Then come on and help us to
down the negro, or he will want to
narrn in your family." This roused
the poor backra and they downed the
ingro. What theri? Listen to me!
They sta} ed together until 1886. Then
there came another birth--so horrible
they call it Ben Tillman. They say
t:e came from Edgefield. People! in
Gcd's name, 'I don't know wihere he
came from! But they call the baby
Ben Tillman. He tells the poor
buckra that the atistocracy is taking
their rights from them; got all the
ofices; that they are not free white
men. He says, "Band tvgether; the
negro is sleep; let's put out the aris
tocracy." They cleaned out the cs
tablishment by 1892. What then?
The aristocracy looks arcund; the
negr. ai'nt sleep so much as you think,
He gays to the negro: "Bill, them
poor buckra never did have any use
for a nigger, Let's pnt them out.,'
Well the negre went to work to do it.
We had a conference in Washington,
suc;t as w4s never known before.
Whiie Rel ublicans and black Re
public:.ns, t'xetL.er with the aristo
cratic )emo,;. tas of the South. We
barred the d:or and shut the blinds
and there we agreed that we would
form a combine to rid the State of
Tillman and Tillmanism. We laid
the plan in great secrecy. What did
the aristocracv do? One half went
with Tillman and the other half sulked
in their tent:. One whi:e man, thank
God, has the t.erve to say, "It is fraud
they are after." I refer to Dargan.
Ilad our leaders acted we would
have won long ago. We would have
ca-t our ballots, s;ayed there and seen
them counted and would have had
no convention. Now if you do rot
carry this law to the Supreme Court
you are done forever. If the regis
tration is wrong the convention is
illegal, Well, I got two law%ers from
y our towi, men who hate Ben Till
nan, men of character who are fY
miliar with the operations of the regi:
ration law. We called a big con
:erence of South Carolina Democrats
,d Republicans from all over the
tountry; we want to raise money,
Ront you help? "Yes," loudly all
)ver the room). Well, lel me tell you,
en. Wade Hamnptoni is your friend.
le says "the wh'le thing is wrong,
he people wont listen to me, they
ock like they are crazy." iIe said,
f we don't go to the Supreme Court
e are gone. Well we have been ini
ourt; y ou all know how things went,
ut we are in a better position now
ban ever before. Had we imprisoned
be Supervisor he would have been
aken out on habeas corpus and dis
harged and then there was no appeal.
'm glad Goff decided as he did the
st time. We will get into the Su
reme Coutrt now. Well, our lawyers
>ld us to get a white man in our:
ccond case, that it it would have more
reight, and the Conservatives would
ack him up from South Carolina. I
fot a white man in Charleston I
:ew him, but it took me three weeks
o find him. He did not vote, "Itiem
lamned rascals would not regis'er
im," he said, and he could not vote.
was glad to see him yo may know.
explaitned matters-aaked him to
~taid in u urt. He said yes, in a hurry.
e told him lie was not to be out any
noney. He said, "good, I'll go." I
et him to our lawyers id Washing
on. But I got to thinking-that's a
dte man who ain't got no registration
icket-that wom de ! We are making
tmistake-we want a negro. If he
~oeP, down goes our case. I tele
~raphed our lawyers, "Drop that
hite man at once." They did so.
ut you know law3 ers want money.
did not let our lawyers know we
were not raising gny money. Then I
~et them my own money.
Well, when that gi'an4 old hero,
sofi, said the law was unconstitutional
e all shouted halleluyah.
But what ithen? The State said it
would not push the case without ggod
~hances of success, atid Chief Justice
aluler must have been seen and must
ave made a promise. But our law
ers write mre very confidently and say
11I will be well. But we want the
est talent in the country. The law
ers who defeated the income tax got
27,000. We must have a lawyer
ho e-in present the case in its best
ight. [Then Levi Douglass called to
Mrray and askcd him "what about
Cbarley Douglass."] Murray replied
hat Mr. Douglass was a yound man,
very good man, but lacked expeience
in the Unzited States Suipreme Court
and had no reputation as a national
lawer; that this was his first case and
they must raise $10,000 to pay a law
er of national reputation to help in
the case. Mr. Douglass was all right
and he t,ad confidence in him. You
mst organize clubs and st:ay organized;
raise a dollar per man if it takes, ten
cets at a time to do it. Do like the
Dmocrat4 did in Edgefield In '76,
take y our box to the wocds and ask,
"how much do you need," and keep
putting in moneY like they did votes.
You must make etcrifices. In '76 the
poor bnckra brought his peck ot cern
and sold it to get campaign 1unds.
You must do this way. Lay 'round
the Supreme Court like Grant did
around Richmond. Stay there all
We have two ycars of grace now by
.th new consttiton. Tillman says
Ready .in all
A BEAUTIFUL LINE C
Black Dress Goods in all the late
meres, Clay Worsteds, Tricots,
in all colors. Also Fancy Sackin
Black Satin for ladies' skirts.
A full line of ladies', misses'
inducements in ladies' and gents
A Large Stc
bought before the. rise. Gan s
I keep the celebrated R. & G.
assortment of iadies' stylish Wrs
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 b
from me this season and not miss
Here is a stunner: A Silk Ur
Country merchants will do w
J. L. MTh
the white man will understand and the
negro will nwt. We will =ee him on
that. Don't. believe you are black b,
cause you are the sons of Cain, That
is all stuff. Don't say it is no u:e, " I
done nigger already." Try to rise.
In Cleveland, O io, negro children
and white children sit together and are
taught by a negro teacher. Those
people in_ Onjio would not associate
wilh you here because you are not
elevated. But you can rise. You
patronize a merchant from Itanly or
ermany, and go by the store kept
y a colored man,, and when you have
ade the Ioreigr.er rich you say, " How
the Lord bless dat man." You are
lying, you blessed hims. Save your
oney and buy land. I'm tired of
the hymn, "you may have all the
orld but give me Jesus." I want
part of this world, myself. You
negroes are too loud. You do not
bear a white man singing loudly. He
does everything quietly. You walk
up to his desk at tbe end of the yea.
he is quiet, with his hand resting on
i forehead. He says, "John, you
are about sqiare. I waat to mnake the*
same bargain with you for next year."
ll right, and you get three pounds of
meat and a peck ot meal, drop it down
at the front of the store and go to
ow-ywing right at once with some
other negro, big laigh and a hurrab;
laying up nothing. The white man
works easy, sings easy, prays easy,
dies easy and goes t-> heaven. The
.gao sings lcu~d. prays loud, dies and
goes to bell. But we ara going to
ross the Jordain if you do your part,
and I call you to organize.
The organization was then comn
nened and as the hour was getting
late and the mspeech unuc]uded we 'went
Uure Tor Headache.
As a remedy for all forms of Headache
Electric Bitters has proved to be th very
best. 'f effects a permanent cure.and the
sost - adful habitual sick headaches
yield to its influence. We urge alt who
are affieted to procure a bo.ttle, and give
this remedy a fair trial. In cases of habit
ual constipation Electric Bitters cures' by
fvii the needed tone to the bowels, and
ew cases long resist the use of this medi.
:ne. Try it once. Large bottles only
Fifty cents at McMaster & Co.'s. Drug
The Discovery Saved Uis Life.
Mr. G. Cailloutte, Druggist, Beavers
ville, 1ll., says: "Te Dr. King's New Dis
covery I owe my life. Was taken with
La Grippe and tried ail the physicians for
miles ab'ont, but of no avail and was given
up and told I could not live. IIaving Dr.
ing's New Discovery in my store J sent
for a bottle and tegan its uss and from ihe
first be"an to get better, and after using
three bottles was up and about again. lt
is worth its weight in gold. We won't
keep store or house without it." Get a
trial bottle at McMaster & Co.'s Drug
ThuckLterm' ArnXIn saLVe.
THE I3EST SA,INE in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter,Chepped Hands, Chillblains
Corns, and ali Skin EruptionS, and posi,
tively cures Piles, or no pay required It
isguaranteed to give perfect. stisfactonl,
or money refunded. Price 23 ent.< p ar
ox. ie,r gale by \fe-M wer & (>~
ewarS of 01 ntment for Catarrh that Con..
s mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole s'stem whenm entering it
through the 'mucous sr.rfaces. Such
articles should never be used except o.n
prescriptions from repatable physi
cians, as the damage they will do is
teifoldi to th.e good you can possibly
derive from them. }Hall's Catarrla
Cure, mnanuf.jctured by F. J. Cheney
& Co., Toledo, 0., contains no mer*
cury, and is taken internally, actmuf
directly upon the blood and mucout
surfaces of the system.. In bn) mng
Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you ge
the genuine. It is taken internally
and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F J
Cheney & Co. Testimonials free.
a ;Sold by Druggists, price'75c. pe
IK TO SEL6GT FROI
F COLORED DRESS GOODS,
st styles, Serges, Henriettas, C.sh
Lnd Flannels. A big assortment of
gs for children. Something nice in
and children's Hose. Some special
ck of Shoes,
Lve you money in this department.
Corsets, the best made. The best
ps you have ever seen in the Boro.
3 to please the old and young.
*ear. Look at my line of Cravats.
n't buy until you price mine. The
ny a pair of WOOL BLANKETS
abrella for seventy-five cents.
l1l to price through my immense
V, - - Manager.
BY virtue of p-werconferred upon
me by G. II. McMaster and Fran
cis Gerig, by deed of trust, dated
August S, 1895, and recorded in office
of Register Mesne Conveyances, Fair
field County, in Book A Q, pp. 16-17-1S,
I will offer for sale before the Court
Mouse door on Monday, December 1,
prox., during the legal hours of sale,
all that certain tract of land, contain
ing Four Hundred and Sixty Acres,
more or less, lying on Beaver Creek.
in Township 1, known as the "Means"
place, formerly the property of D. H.
Kerr, and bounded by lands of Thos.
M. Lvles and ethers.
Terms of Sale: One-third cash, bal
ance on a eredit of one and two years,
to be secured by bond of purchaser
and mortgage of the premises, with
interest, payab!e annually, from date
of sale, until paid.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
-T. K. EL LIOTT,
PRoIBITING THlE SALE OF INTOXICAT
,SECTION 1. Be it enacted and or
d'med b be Intendant and Wardens
of the townvof .Winnsboro in Council
met and by attiority. ..of the same,
That it shall not be ia wi fair ajiTy
person to sell, barter, trade or ~ex
change, or keep for s .le, barter, trade
or exchange within the corporate limits
of the town.of Winnsboro any spirit
os, malt, vinous, fermented or mix-j
ture thereof, by whatsoever rame.
called, which will produce intoxica
tion, except as provided in the Act of
the General Assembly of this State in
such case made and :.rovided, corn
monly'know as the Dispensat y.
SEC. 2. If an y person violates t he
provisiotn of Scction 1 of this ordi
nance shall be deemed guilty of a mis
demeanor, and upon conviction shall
be fihed in the sum of not less than
forty dolars ar.d not more than one
hundred dollars or be imprisoned in
the County jail for thirty days.
SE. 3. That it shall be thbe especial
duty of the police to report all viola
tinus.- of Section 1 of this ordinance,
and any policeman who-shall wilfdlly
neglct his duty in that resyect shall be
at once discharged from the se.tvice.
Done in Council this - 10th day of
January, A. D. 1895, and
[L. s.] with tihe corporate seal of
the town, affxed.
J. E. MCDONALD,
Attest: J. A. HINsANT, Clerk.
The best $3.00 Men's Shoes on the
Made from tannery calfskin, dongola
tops, all leather trimmed, solid leather
soles with Lewis' Cork Fillcd Soles.
Unequaled for beauty, fmne 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 Lewis' Accident Insurance
Soces, and go in.sured free.
Sold by W. 11. DOT Y & CO.
W A N TED,
DETIGIITFUL ROOMS. hOUSE
and furniture new. Ilave all modern
convenierc s. Gaa, Electric Bells, hot
and cold water bath rooms on each
floor. Fare and all accommodations
first-class in every respect. Conveni
ut to all places of amuisement. Im
mediately on car line to Exposition.
Rates, $1.00 an:l $2.00 per day.
Special ra'es to parties of six or more.
MIRS. J. J. BARNES,
. 83 Whitehall St., Atlanta, Ga.
We have just received another lot
Although leather has advanced in price,
we bought our stock in June, before tl
kinds at old prices. Zeigler Bros'. Lad
Shoes, all kinds and all prices. If you
the future storms and mud call for BA'
LEATHER SHOE. We consider it th<
same old price will buy them. Send th
heel shoes. We have good stout school
snd $4.00 Shoes.
Dry Goods i
A new line of Outings, Ginghams, C:
Homespun, Ticking, Flannels, Brown
Island Homespun, Canton Flannel, Jea:
chiefs, &c., &c.
Fresh Flour, Meal, Bacon, Rice, Suge
der, Pickles, Cheese, Crackers, Macarot
Flour, Soap, Starch, Molasses, Vinegar
Try our Dried Apples-good and che:
We are selling Reed's Shoes and Pad
out. Only a limited quantity and a fel
We are offering a specially low price
and look at them. Respectfully,
J. M. B(
FALL OF 1895.
GooUi Tiffes Ahlead
PAR IUiLARLY TO THOSE who
will be wise enoungh to seek genuine
bargains, and I claim to have such
bargains to offer my friends this Fall,
rnd give my reasons why I propose to
mudersell all competitors, as follows:
tst.-Our entire stock of General Mer
chandise MUST be converted into
ready cash in order to wind up
the b osiness of A. Macdonald &
~nd.-I prefer to give my friends and1
neighbors the benefit of the
sweeping reduction in pries
rather than sell out in a lump,
that all might ha~ve an opportu
nity of seceimig bargain4
rd.-When the advance cnme on
Shoes, Hardware, and other
goo'ds in our line,- we f6rtwute
Jy lad a big supply on hae-d,
and the profit which the advance
in prices legitimately gave us,
wIll be thrownt oour customers
ibereby getting their goods al
most.at first cost.
Ltb.-I n'il! be inz the cotton market
from start to finish, payin~g full
prices-don't torget 'bis. Will
also pay highest cash price for
Be gare and consult my pr ices on
.ginmg and TVies before yon buy. I
,ought those oeveral months ago when
hey were at rock bottom p; icea, and.
vill give you great advantage in your
BLACKSTO CK, S. C
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 them.
Also loose Cucumber Pickle.
A ful!!line of Canned Goods
always on hand.
All kinds of Fruits in stock.
A full line of Heavy and
Give me a call.
1iENT ISTR Y
B. J. QUJATTL~EBAUPM, IhD
.AIMNBRm S. t
)f Bay State and Zeigler Bros'. Shoe.
and carried the price of shoes with it,
e advance, and are selling nearly all
les' Shoes at $2.00 and up. Bay State
wish the best ladies' or misses' shoe for
(STATE EXTENDED SOLE GOAT
best shoe in America for the price:
e children to us for good wearing spring
shoes for boys. See our gents' $S.0
3lico, Duck, Sateen, Sheeting, Bleached
Homespun, Checked Homespun, Sea
ns and Cassimeres, Hosiery, Handker
r, Coffee, Canned Goods, Baking Pow
ii, Tea, Spices, Oat Flakes, Backwheat
Cigar, Matches, Candy, &c.
an Bros'. Shoes at cost to close them
v sizes. If - you can be fitted they are
in 46-inch All-Wool Henrietta. Call
)aty & Bro.
SOUThERN RAIMAY CO.
cntrdlsifIe shown between Jacksonvile and
Eastem Time at other points.
Nerthbound. 11.30 No | N.38
Oct.8th,1895. Daily Daily Datly
LvJasonvlle ....... 620p.... 7 30 a
Lv.Savannah..... ...... 1041 p 1150 a
Ar.Colmb1a.... ...... 3 30 a .-.... 4 o p
.Z. Charleston.......... 600p ..... 720 a
A2. Columbla .... ...... 1015 p ....... 110 a
Lv. An uzta.....".. ....... 700 p 206 p
G" renteille .......74 234 p
~ ratoa :......... "...... 8 5 1 253 p
Johnstons .......... ..... 4b a 3o p
Ar. Columbia .......... - 1120 p 4 44 p
Lv. Columbia . 4 50 a 450& a U6 ps
Winnsboro.... .... 601 a 601 a 606 p
" Chste ..... .---.6 58 a 6 5s a 6 5S p
' c$estsr ...... ......6868*GS
BockHill . 7 32 a 7 2 a 7 30 p
Ar. Charlotte . s25& 325 a 8 20 p
"'Danille.......... 130 p 130 p 1200nt
SBilchond.... ---... 640 p 640 p 6COa
a Whin ... ...... A "A940p 40 G-42a
" a me. .. 1125 p 1125p sOS5a
" hldlha... 300 a 300a1015 a
Southbou.d. No. 91Noa7
soutboud- anyDanly Danly
L.bNewYork .... .....1215nt 3215nlt 4 2 p.
"Philadelphia ...350*a 350* n6 p
" alimore .... ..... 62 6 22 920p
17. Wasington ...11151 155lO10 5
mo21tmond.... .....1255 p1255 p 200 a
& Charlotte .... ..... 1op 100p 35 -"
& ock Hll ... ....14s 114sp10 '7l
"Chester ..... ..... 1225 1225n . 1 03
A ' i~ ......2 2 a 220: 100
... .........4 30 a 127 p
Z ohnston .... ...... .....62* a 10p
N. Trienton................ 6 4* a 28 p
M Graniteille.............. 716* a 45 p
A r dt...... ......... 8 00 a 415 p
Lv.Colnabia .... .....700*a...4 00p
Ar.Chzaeton.... .... 11Oa...... O00p
LvColumbia .... .....130*a...1210 p
- sTRZPIJ CABR SEI VICE.
iPllmnCarTamptNewYork. SolId Pall
maIi ca; a north of Charlotte.
85 8aU N.Mail. houh Pull
mar-BS-f4ee.p g car and itstcu coach
JakOvfOand 'ew York; also Pullman car
an4r n 5~ 36 do not enter Union Sta
O2Vllbf,'but ;ieap and take on pa.
and f ib5SS at Blandn St. Station.
:,i~) . S. H. HABDwicL.
I'd?.J4ASXNTON, A.G. P.A., AromN.
E2. W3LzS, sup?, Cor.NIU, s. C.
W.s4p W $ o. T. . GULP,
WHEN YOU VISIT
You will find a
which offers the public good board
and comfortable arrangement at mod
Every Fifteen Minutes
Street Cars pass the door for the Ex
Supper. Bed and Breakfast fo?
Mrs. G. B. Rcberts
No. 234 Whitehall Street,
10-15 Atlanta, Ga.
IN PRIVATE HOUSE
238 West Peachtree,
THIRD IDOOR FROM LINDEN
STREET, ON CAR LINE, midWay
between Car Shed and (near) Exposi
DR. A. B. PATTERSON.