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Tuesda3, Novembee 26, : .1845
-Mullikin-Thespian Hail. adv
-"Caroline" Salve at McMaster &
Co.'s drug store. adv
-John D. Smart is erecting a large
dwelling in Co!umbia for Mr. L. T.
Wilds, formerly of oar county
--Mr. J. E. McDonald will be out of
town for about a week. Parties hay
ing business with him will call on Mr.
J. G. McCauts or Mr. J. W. Hanahan
and their matters will be attended ti.
-Cotton went up the hill some on
Monday. It brought 81 cents. We
would not tinker with the market at S
cents or more. It may go higher, but
it is risky to wait, especially if you
owe money. Eight cents is a living
-Mullikin shows proofs before you
leave the photo gallery. adv
-The town council has built two
cisterns lately-one near John D.
Smart's house, the other at Mt. Zion
College. There could be no better in
vestment for the taxpayers; in fact it
would be well to have more cisterns if
44e council is able to build them.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Min, Heuas.-The law prescribes
that the mails be open on Thanksgiv
ing day during the same hours as the
Sunday mail. So on Thursday the
postoffice will be open only one-half
hour after the departure of trains.
TuaaxsIVI SERVICES. - There
will be servies at the Methodist Church
on Thursday morning at 11 o'clock.
The pastor will preach a thanksgiving
sermon. All are requested to bring
free-will offerings to the benevolent
collections ordered by the conference.
ON To ATLANTA. -On Monday at G
a. m. a party of six, conisting of
Misses Lilla and Sue Ketciiin, T. C.
Elliott, and Messrs. W. R. Elliott,
R. S. Ketchin and Chars. S evenson,
left for the Expo,i-ion by the South
ern Railway. They went by Charlotte.
400 Ccuns.--I have for sale four
hundred cords of oak and hickory
wood. Will deliver at once. Apply to
adv3c R. E Ellison.
'Mt WATER S PLT.- The fallow
ing is the report of the policeman on
the water supply measurements taken
eni Monday morning:
gentrt -honse cis.terna.........,.14 3I
popet cistern..............-14 6
Ellient's itrn..............9 a
Neil's cisteri.........--:15 5
Miller's citern1. ........ - I
gnsin/citr....... 5 6
*To ATLANA -The public and the
memb3r, of the various military
Scomnpanies have been quite solicitous
ab:>ut the arran,emeots for the trip
to Atlanta. W: learn thus far: That
th e fare for the round trip is $2.50 on
a block ticket. Not less than twenty
fi~ve can go on one ticket nor more
than fifty. Those who are not memn
mers of the military can go onl this
ticket for thre same price. A sufficiet1
nu'uber of coactes will be put in th,e
s:de track gt the freight depot here,
and the-e c'oaches will leave WVinus
boro at 1.15 a. mn. on \'edioe.day morn
iung for Columbia.
The time fo.r leaving columbia nor
the~ route fronm Colmbia has not been
madv ku.own.; bu: the purpose is to
land the pa: tv in Atlanta tbe same
Wednesday evening about 5.30 o'clock.
So all that is necessar-y is to have Tour
$2 50 and be in the coaches at the
freight depot here by 1.15 a. mn. on
Wedncsdiy morning. At Columbia
* .hese cyachecs wi I be attached to a
MissFannie an.I Janie G:a. iden, of
the Mitford rectionI, ait Cvisitir:g Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R Doty returned
from Atlanta F'riday vei.
-,Mr anid Mrs. G. W. Rig--dale *i:l
l-ave for Atl.ntai to-day if the eie
mna' at .rvo,r..b c.
Mo.d:n fur Atiataa
Mrs Lizzie Adiams. Mia H -tt:e
Dot y and M rs. n . L Ste'. le, o K n
. tcky, are visiting Mr. anid Mr.. W. It.
Doty and Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Duanr.
Mr. and Mrs. T. K. E-liott and
Mises Carrie and P4tsey, their daugh
t r,, left for Atlanta this morning at 6
o'clck, going by Charlotte.
Miss Lucy Burrows, of Jacksonville,
F :a., i< visining Miss Marv Witherow
Messrs. W. J. and John M Turner
let on Monday eveuing f.>r the Expo
sit im. The.y w ill make boarding ar
ragements for the Fairfield Rifle
- Guards in order to be prepared for the
companly when they arrive.
Miss Etrline Williams left for At
lanta on Monday
Chas. ii. 1I0o.t. Broker and Manufac
turrs Agent. Columbus, Ohio, certies
tha Dr. King's New Disesvery has no
alas a (.ough reiedv. .J. D. Brown,
Pop. St. Jawnes Hotel, t.L Wayne, Ind.,
tet irs that he was cured oi: a Cough of
*t wo xe .is stand(iGg, caused by La Grippe,
ly i)r. Kir gs New Discovery. B. F. Mer
ijih 3ald winsv le, Mass,. says that he has
usd and reco,'nded it andt never knew
:t to fail an .would r.aiher hay.- it than any
:o:wr. tb-cau e it alway ca.:es. Mrs
Iranninut. -:22 E. 25thm at , CI:ie.., always
.ey a at and and has 1no fear of Croup,
i ras it ins"tntly relieves. Free rial
1otLes at McMaster & Co.'s Drug Store
-Mu .ikin, the photograt hr.r, haa
r-etr.ed to Winnsb>,r1, and now is the
time to ha.ye your photograph taken.
LOOKS LIKE BUSiNESS.
We have visited the place where the
1 large barn is being built by the Fair
field 0.1 and Fertilizer Company, one
mile %a t of town. The strue'ure is
200 ftet !o..g and 50 feet wide. The
cattle wih, b' turned in on the ground
floor and the hulls and meal depo.ited
on th - story <b"ve. the:e the mixing
will be done, and a large car b ,x will
deliver the feed through o eni:rg- ii
the fl. r to the trughs be:ow. The
well to furnish w.t- r for ihe c title has
beenI dun. inside the barn and the water
is conve,ed to all the troughs by means
of pipes. T'c arrangement is very
convenient in every detail. The land
surrounding the bain will be wirt.d in
and the whole farm planted in gra,ses.
After awhile we -cill see a model cat
tle farm there.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
On Saturday, several pistol shots,
near Dr. Aiken's iesi'tnce, attrac'ed
the cr wd on the streetz, and it was at
first thought there wa- a fight in pro
gress; but the facts revealed th.:t one
Ed. Ci umley, c)lot ed, who lives on Mr.
W. J. Martin's place, had bought,
without money and without price, a
pair of pants in the store of Mr. Q. D.
Williford, manager. Mr. A. W. Brown
had been noticing the fellow and when
be took the pants, Mr. Brown took
him by the arm and lead him across
tr:e store to Mr. Williford. The negro
tut tied quickly to get the money from
a fi iend in the store but forgot to stop.
Mr. Williford and Mr Brown ran
after him and Policeman Ketc'hin fol
lowed, conimanding the fellow to halt.
But he was draf to all appoals, even
the policemnan's pistol did not stop him.
H1, made good his escape, leaving the
pants, however, on the floor of the
"IS\'T SHE BEALTIFL L!" OCcasion
ally one hears this expression, as a lady
with ,a strikingly lovely complexion
passes along the street. Certainly!
she uses the FAMous BLSIn OF ROSES
manufactured by Miss Flora A Jones,
South Bend, Ind. Supplied by John
H. McMas'er & Co. Price, 75 cents
HELD AND CUT TO DEATH.
We obtained the information of a
horrible buchery of a colored w ;man,
by the name of Patsey Davis, from her
fattier on Monday. The facts as we
gathered them are as follows: Patsey
Davis, the daugh,ter of Henry Jackson,
had an altercation with some women
ou Mr. B. F. Casseli's place on last
Tuesday, and Jackson sayE that four
women jumped on her, that two of
them he'd her firmly in their grasp
white one of the others literally cut
her to pieces. She was cut about the
hed anid under the left arm and in the
left side, some of the wounds pene
trating the cavity. She- died on Sun
day evening and an inqnest was held
on Monday. We are informed that
two of the women bad been caught
over the river, but escaped after being
The occurance is most horrible and
no pai:.s will be spared to punish the
guilty parties. Trial Justice Matheson
has charge of the case and will very
likely bring them in shortly.
BURNED TO THE GROUND.
On Saturday night the alarm of fire
was sounded in Ward thrte and by
the time tho-e who heard tLe alarm
ma reached their front doors the town
was lit up. It was soon ascertained
that the livery stable belonging to Juo.
D. McCarley, which is in rear of his
store, was doomed. The building was
packed full of hay in bulk and burned
like tinder. The horses were gotten
out first and none of them were injured
even. The best horse was nearest the
fire and was greatly alarmed by the
roaring of the flames. The entire fire
d partment was on hand very promptly
as usual and the colored hand engine
commenced throwing water immedi
ately. In a very short time the steamer
whitle sounded and the dull rumbling
,f the ro'aryanginle inspired hope in
th f:ightened citizens whose propesty
wa in ieopardy. In less than a half
hor the stable was burned to the
ground, but the department c-nfined
tie tire to that one building and the
fbm~es were under control. But the
vicinity near the scene of confiagration
s thickly covered with old wooden
buildings and other buildings might
have gone under less .favcrable condi'
tions. For there was no wind stirr-ing
and the steamer reinforced the work
of the batnd engine in a very brief
space of time. The dwellings in
greatest danger were Dr. J. R. Mc
Master's and Mrs. HI. M. McCarley's.
The loss is estitnated by'Mr. McCarley
at from S-15 to $500, there being no
inurance. The cause is thought to
have b( eu incindiary.
Did You Ever
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your
trobies? If not, get a bottle now and get
relief. This medicine has been found to
be pecuiarly- adapted to the relief and
cure of all Female Complaints, exerting a
wonderful direct influence in civing
strength and tone to the organs. If you
have Loss of A ppetite, Constipation, Head
ache, Fainting Spe:ls, or are Nervous.
Sleepl. ss, Excitable, Me:ancholy or trou
bled with Dizzy Spells, Electrie Uitters is
the medicine you need. 11ealth and
sttntth are guaranteel b., its use. Lar'e
bottles only fifty cents at Mc Master &
Co 's Drug store. *
B .ekten-a ArWra saa a.
T H13EsT SA LvE in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter,Che pped llands, Chill..clains
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi,
tively cures Piles, or no pay reqired it
lsguaraneed to give perfect satisfaction,
or m"y refuntded. Price 23 - ants ptr
box. I# s ale ht \fe" Wer & C"
LECTURE AT THE A. R. P. CHURCH.
At the A. 1L P Church Wednesday
night Rev. J. R. Edwards, one of the
missionaries of that church in Mexico,
delivered a very entertaining and in
structive lecture on the work of that
church in Mexico. He told of the
work at all three of the stations that
are occnpied by them. Rev. N. E.
Pressly, who is well known to many
of our raa'iers, is sationed at Tampico,
on the Gulf coa-t, and Mr. Edward
spoke of the good wc.rk he is doing
for all that region. Tampico is a large
and flourishing city, and is destined to
be the largest seaport on the Gulf, an(
i. a fine strategic point for mission
work. The Misses Boyce and Steven
son conduct a fl,u' !shing girls' school
at that point, and are very much en
couraged in their work. Rev. Mr.
Hunter is stationed at El Mais, in the
interior, and is also encouraged by the
success of his work.
Mr. Edwards is stationed at Rio
Verde It was opened somewhat over
a year ago, but already there are signs
that the gospel is having effect. Mr.
Ed vur.l preaches and conducts a
Sabbath school in a room in his own
house, but the room is already too
small for those who come. His mis
sion to th:s country is, in part, to raise
fuud, for a chirch building.
After hi addre;s, a collection was
taken up, anm:untiIg to $41. Mr. Ed
wards is u .lcasant speaker and a de
voted man and made a good impres
sion on all who heard him.
A White Crysanthenum Wedding.
On the evening of the 20th inst., a
merry party gathered at the rosidt ice
of Mr. Robt. Caldwell, of Chester
County, to witness the marriage of
his youngest daughter, Miss Mary, to
Mr. Stark Delleny, of Fairfield County.
Everything was beautifully arranged
by the bride's sisters, and the table
was a miracle of taste and elegance.
The beautiful and impressive cere
mony-ever old, ever new-was per
formed at 7.30 o'clock by Rev. R. A
Yongue, the bride's pastor.
The attendants were Dr. Will Wylie
and Miss Elizi Ragsdale, Mr. Robt.
Caldwell and Miss Mary Delleney,
Mr. John Delleny and Miss Evelyn
all, Mr. Jim Dye and Miss Martha
The fair young bride and her maids
were attired in pure white albatross
and carried long nets of white crysan
themums. The wedding party left
Thursday morning to attend a recep
tion given to the bride and groom that
evening at the he.pitable home of
Capt. and Mrs. Delleny near R>ckton.
A part y will leave this neighborhood
next week for Atlar.a.. K M[. N.
Mitford, 8. C., Nov. 22.
Beware of Ointment for Catarrhi that Con
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole sytmwhen entering it
through the 'mu"ous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except on
prescriptions from reputable physi
cians, as the damage they will do is
tenfold to the good you can possibly
derive from them. I-all's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney
& Co., Toledo, 0 , contains no mer
cry, and is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of t he system. In bn) ing'
Hall's Cat arrhi Onre be sture you getl
the genuine. It is taken intern.allv,l
and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F J
Ceney & Co. Testimonials free.
. Sold by Druggists, price 75e. e
AND SALE STABLES.
Just Arrived and for Sale,
Among 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.
Winnsb'oro, S. C.
118 GARNETT ST.,
Between Loyd and S. Pryor Streets.
Within half block of two car lines
leading to Exposition.
Ily the day, week, or month.
MRS. E. R. TURNAGE.
I WA2tr every man and woman in the United
States interested in the Opium and Whisky
habits to have one of my books on these dis
eases. Address B3. M. woonley, Atlanta, Ga,
Bo.. 582 .aoe wil ~emh sent von free.
LSTPENDOUSSTOCK TO SELECTFRO]
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. WILL OID, - - Man.ager.
Cotton States and International TRUSTEE'S SALE.
1) Y virtue ot p.wer conferred upcn
Exposition, B ne by G. II. McMaster and Fran
.a.tlant., Ora.. cis Gerig, by deed of trust, dated
VIA THE August 8, 1895, and recorded in office
of Register Mesne Conveyances. Fair
SEABOARD AIR LINE. field County, in Book A Q, pp. 16-17-1S,
_______________I will offer for sale before the Court
Mlouse door on Moriday.. December 1,
VESTIBULED LIMITED 1 RAINS prex", during the legal hours of sale,
all that certain tract of land, contain
Upon which no Extra Fare is Charged. ing Four Hundred and Sixty Acres,
_______________more or less, lying on Beaver Creek.
in Township 1, known as the "Means"
SOLID TRAINS place, formerly the property of D. I.
hareston and Columbia to Atlanta r And ne by lans of Thos.
CHDL.403 tob41cre ybodofprcae
v Catawba. .. .10.29 ami 9.50pm ... ... Prhsrt a o aes
v Chester.. 11.05 a m 10 38pm T.......OTT
v Carlisle..!i.29a m'11 09,m ....... Tusee
v Charleston................ 7.00 a ___ ________________
v Sumter......... .l....... 9.44 a A RIAC
v Columbia.... ......5.00pm LI.15 a
v Prosperity... 7.28pmn 12.29n1POIBTN H SL FITXOT
Lv Newberry........... 7.8pm 12.43 p ~ L
v Clinton...12.29 n'n 12.08n't 1.40 p UOS
Lv Greenwood.. 12.57 p m 1.04 am 2 34 p SCIN1 ei nce n r
v Abbeville....1 1.24 p m 1.45 am 3.00 pdaedbthInnatadWres
v CalhounFalls1 1.46 pnm 2.16 anm 3.26 pofteonofWnbroiCunl
r Atlanta..'4.09 p in 5.20 am 6.45 Pmtan byutoiy fthsae
EQUiPMENT. pro osl,bre,taeo x
Trains 403 and 41 are composed of cag,o epfrs.e atr rd
he handsomest Pullman Drawing- o xhnewti h oprt imt
oom, Buffet Sleeping Cars and Day o h ono inbr n prt
No. 403 ("The Atlanta Special"? ~8itr hro,b h:ovrnm
yes ibuled from end to e-ad ani 15iscle,wihwl rdc noia
perated solid from WVa.shington to At- jto,ecp spoie nteAto
wta without ekange. thGeelAsebyoti Saen
No. 41 is operaLted solid from Ports- sc aemd n 'oi.d on
outh to Atlanta without change. mnyko steDsesty
No. 45, e->mpoised of Day Coaches, SC .I n esnvoae h
~operated sotid from Charleston to poiino eto fti ri
tlanta (throngh Sumter, Columb,a c hl edeedgit fams
rosperity and Newberry) without dmao,aduo ovci: hl
hange b ie ntesmo o esta
These trains land passengers in thefotdlar nntmrehnoe
nion Depot at Atlanta-as near thehudedolrorbimisndn
xposition grounds as through passen- teCut alfrtit as
gers via any line are lar:ded. E..Tatishlbetespcl
-FROM- A. C. E. ngethsdt i htrsetsalb
atawba........ $12 10 $ 8 90 $ 5 45 Jnay .D 85 n
hester......,..1165 810 505 [.S]wt h oprt elo
Carlisle.......... 115 745 4 70th to nafxd
harleston.........13 95 10 25 4 20 .EMcOAD
umter............ 13 60 0 95 6 60
Columbia..........1135 8 39 5 60 nen t
Prosperity....... 945 6 95 4 70 AtetJ..HIAT,Crk
ewberry.......... 910 6 65 4 60 1-6
Clinten.........865F 635 410______________
Greenwood.......... 715 5 55 345
Calhoun Falls..........l 5 65 4 15, 110
DATEs OF SALE AND L[MIT.
OLUMN A.-Tickets sold daily to Dc- -T
cember 15th, with extreme limit___
January 7th, 1896. (J
OLUMN 0.--Tickets sold daly to.Do .
cember 30th, with extreme limit 15
das s wrnm die of sale.
OLUMN E.--Tickets sold daily to De- __
cember 30th, with extilme limit 7
days from date of sale.Thbet$.0ensSosote
urpasses, in some respects, any Expo- Mdefotanrcask,dnoa
sition yet held in America. Here you t~,Lllahrtimd oi ete
find, side by side, exhibits from Florida Slswt ei'Cr ildSls
nd Alaska. California and Maine, the Unqaefobauy neoka
United States of Americs aind the bpanerlgwtisYorcoe
United States of Brazil, Mexico and
Canada, and so otn until nearly every Eeypicotnsaad-p.c
civilinid nation on the globe is repre- dn nurrc oiyfr~O,go o
etled. On the terraces are found, 0 as
among many other attractions, Arab, Wa ei'Acdn nuac
Chinese and Mexican villages, showing She,adginudfr.
jst how those people have their "daily Sl yW .DT O
furishd ponappicfio toa f DEGtesn COvyaS. Fair
Agen oftheSeaoar Ai Lie,rt will frfre ne. befoe all modern
H. . B GLvER T.J. NDESON caleli er' ain lctric Belld, hotn
F~.ST.JOH Vie-Pesient ingr FHre and Sacix ticrs
~otice morerclass ying nBeveryrpet Creni,
UT AE GAN PEPRE T emt o llplace mel the propeto. I
ne iae lng imeloas o f tos meaeyo s cr bytt od Exosition.se
J E McONAL, ites, $1.00l annua2.00 peom day.
W. D DOULASS or puca s to part of pax er. re
j. Q.DAVI, M T. K. E. BAROTT,
G6U Wunsoro. 11C. 231 ea S TrAtetae.
We have just received another lot
Although leather has advanced in price,
we bought our stock in June, before .1]
kinds at old prices. Zeigler Bros'. Lad
Shoes, all kinds and all prices. If you
the future starms and mud call for BA'
LEATHER SHOE. We consider it the
same old price will bay them. Send th
heel shoes. We have good stout school
sud $4.00 Shoes.
A new line of Outings, Ginghams, C,
Homespun, Ticking, Flannels, Brown
Island Homespun, Canton Flannel, Jea
chiefs, &c., &c.
Fresh Flour, Meal, Bacon, Rice, Sugs
der, Pickles, Cheese, Crackers, Macaros
Flour, Soap, Starch, Melasses, Vinegar,
Try our Dried Apples-good and che:
We are selling Reed's Shoes and Pad
out. Only a limited quantity and a fev
We are offering a specially low price
and look at them. Respectfully,
J. M. BE
FALL OF 1895.
Good TiMes Aheoad.
PARTICULARLY TO THOSE who
will be wise enough to seek genuine
bargainz, and I claim to have'such
bargains to offer my friends this-Fall,
and give tn reasons why I propose to
undersell all competitors, as follows:
lst.-Our entire stock of General Mer
chandise Mus-r be conver:ed 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.
sw'eeping reduc:ion in pri-esI
rather than sell out in a lump,
that all might have an opportu
iiity of securing barguing~
3rd.-When the ativance camI -
Shoes, Hardware. and Qur r
goods in our line, we foruate
ly had a big supply on ha' d.
and the profit wh'ch the advat.ce
in prices legitimately gave us,
wlli be thro.ani to our custonzers,
thereby getting their goods al
most at first cost.
4th.-I will be in the cotton mnarker
from start to finish, paying full
prices-don't forget this. Will
also pay highest cash price for
Be sure and consuit my prices ont
Bagging and Ties before you buy I
bought these several months ag'a when
they were at rock bottom prices, and
will give you great advantage in your
wants here. .
BLACKSTOCOK. S. C
A TTEN 1ON,
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 PidNe.
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.
B. J.QUATTLEBAUMI, DD S
Pf Bay State and Zeigler Bros'. Shoes.
and carried the price of shoes with it,
le advance, and are selling nearly all
les' 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:
echildren tous for good w ea,ing spring
shoes for boys. See our gents' $3.eO
lico, Duck, Sateen, Sheeting, Bleached
Homespun, Checked Homespun, Sea
s and Cassimeres, Hosiery, Handker
r, Coffee, Canned Goods, Baking Pow
i, Tea, Spices, Oat Flakes, Buckwheat
Cigar, Hatches, Candy, &c.
in Bros'. Shoes at cost to close them
r sizes. If yon can be fitted they are
in 46-inch All-Wool Henrietta. Call
3aty & Bro.
SOUTERN RIAY CO.
't 1fe shown between JacksOnville and
Eistem Time at other poiuts.
8ortbonnd. NO.36 NoltO NoM
, Oct 8tb,.1895. Daily Daily Daily
LTa Isasoaville ........ 6 20p ..... 730 a
Lv. ........... 10 41 p ....... 1150 a
Ar. 1.......... 320 a ....... 4 00 p
Lv. Cbrleston.......... 600 p ..... 1 70 a
Ar. Columbia .... ..... 1015 p . .11 a
Lv. Lnusta...............Soo p S cap
"Graniteville....... ..7 U 25p
Trenton...... .............. 325 aU p
" Johnstons .... ..... ...... 84 3 $10 p
Ar. Columbia .... .....- - 1120 p 4 44 p
Lv Columbia . ..... 4 50 a 450 a 654 p
Winnsboro....--- 601 a 601 a at06
" Chester....... .... 6558 a 658 653
" Bock Hill ....... :7 32a 7S2 a 730 p
Ar. Charlotte ... ...--- 8 25 a 825 a 32U p
" Danville...... .... 130 p 130 p 1200nt
" RIchmond.... -.-- 640 p 640 p 6CO a
" Washingtn ....... p 40 940p 6 -12a
" altimore....... 12p1125 p 895 a
- "Ne Yr ...-....62 a620a 1255p
S o u th b o u d . ND 'a D y D al
Lv. New York;.-.....125nit 3215nt 4 30 p
"Philadelphia... 30a 350 n 655 p
"Baltimore .... .....6 2a 6 22 a 9 20 p
Lv.Washington ..... 5 af1315al10 43 P
". Bi0bmond........ 255p 1255p 200 a
"DanYifle ..... ...... 605p 6 05 5 0oa
"Charlotte .. .....l1100 1100 !)J'.a
" ock Hill.... ..... H48p114SP10 27
SChster.....1225n 1225n1 11 031a
' Winllsboro......... 114 a 114Ra11545
Ar. Columba ...220 .220 -& 0Op
Lv.Columbia .......... .......a30 T2
"Johnston .... ...... ..... 32a10 lp ~*....
STrenton-...... ......... 4 4a1 32* p
u OxaniteTvie.... ... ...,76 i 345 p
Ar.Ag8t...... ......50 415 p
LvClumbi.... .....70 a..40
Ar.Chaleston .... ....111 ... 00p
Lv.Co11aa.... .....120a ...1210 p
A.auannah .... ..... 54 a ... 40 p
SJe.ckaom7flle... 0 3 a... 940 p
. LEEPIN G CA E SE3 VICE.
50s.87anld3$Wea igto &Southwestern Lim
ih Dir lga2othof Charotte.
R@SsadS6 U.. S asMail. Through Pull
-a 8 ufe leing.car and first-class coach
Jca1 nd ew,Yor also Pullnan car
WO6Sanc36 do not enter Union Sta
tI~I~ ,bat disca ad take onpa
W - 8. L EARDWICK,
AAIGrx A...A., ATLANTA.
'L WjLLES, Sup?, COLuxBRA, S. C.
WHEN YOU VISIT
You will find a
which offers the public good board
and comfortable arrangemnent at miod
Every Fifteen Minutes
Street Cars pass the door for the Ex
Supper. Bed and Breakfast for
Mrs. G. B. Roberts
No. 234 Whitehall Street,
10-15 Atlanta, Ga.
238 West Peachtree,
THIRD IDOOR FROM LINDEN
STREET, ON CAR LINE, midway
between Car Shed and (near) Exposi
DR. A. B. PA TTERSON.