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W. D. DOUGLAss. Editor.
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WINNSBORO, S. C.
Tuesday. December 10 :: :18
OUR ATLANTA TRIP.
Mr. Editor: As there has. been no
acc>uut written of our trip by one
who was present on the occasion r
will give you a brief ou line. The
two military companies which left
Winnsboro, the Fairfield Rifle Guards,
commanded by Capt. T. M. Jordan,
and the Greenbrier Rifles, commanded
by Capt. R. Y. Lomon, en!ered two
special coaches which were put in the
sid tra-k here ab:at midnigbt and
waited utuil about 3 o'cl'ck in he
morning of Nove.b?r 26, for tihe =rain
was late. At Ridgeway we were
j>ined by the Ridgeway ifle:, c:im
manded by Capt. W. J. Johnst.n
We left Columbia at 7 o'ulock htving
to wait not a great while. Along the
line of tLe Greenville road we were
joined by a number of military con
panies, I think as many as eight.
The trip to Atlanta was made withqut
incident,and we reacbed the city of
Atlanta abont 5 p. m on the same
day. The Ridgeway Rifles and the
Greenbrier Rifles were at one quar
tered at the ALihambra, and the Fair
field Rifle Guards were quartered at
the St. James Hotel. After depositing
our arms we spent the evening sight
seeing around the city. Our con'
panies, with all the military from
South Carolina, formed on Broad
Street at ten o'clock on the next
morning, having in line about two
thousand men, including the Clemson
and the Citadel cadets. Tbe line of
march commenced about 12 o'clock,
goinst up Peach Tree Street directly to
the e pazo..onnds. General
Watts was in charge of tbe entire
column which was hedded by the 4th
Regiment band. Arriving at the
marched in without charge or pay.
The line passed in review before the
Governor of Georgia and the Governor
of South Carolina Halting at a point
near the lake we stacked arms, leaving
a guard in' charge of our arms &c
The day was spent in sightseeing, each
*man putting the time as he wished.
We remained until after the fire works
were over and reached our quarters
in the city in a frame of both mind
and body which called for rest and
quiet. The military programe was
ended with the marching to the grounds
on the first day, s. our men scat tered
over the great city of Atlanta looking
and learning. The Greenbrier Rifles
and the Ridgeway Rifles left on their
return home at '9 p. m. on Friday.
The Fairfield Rifle Guards remained
until 1 a. m. on Sanday morning and
landed back in Winnsboro at 6 p. m.
Let me add, Mr. Editor, that we re
turned home with hearts responding
to the curteous and generous hospi
tality manifested toward the military
of the sid& Palmetto State by all of
Georgia, I might say. Every attention
w as shown us and everything possible
was done to contribute to our pleasure
and entertainment. It was an oc
casion that made me proud of the
fact that 1 was a South Carolinian and
proud to be one on that occasion.
Feasterville, Dec. 7.-Having de
voted my last article to a discussion of
the road law, consequently I have not
written any local items from this sec
tion for some time.
Most of our farmers are done pick
ing cotton Some of them have sown
some oats and wheat, while some are
waiting until after Christmas to sow.
There are generally very good stands
Several of our most enterprising
farme-s have been selling cotton re
cently. They se -u-to be appreheneive
lest it may decli?ze in price. It is very
difficult to form any definite concep
tion concerning the future price of
The measles are prevalent to some
extent in this sectio~n.
Dr. J1. R. Coleman is confined to his
bed with measles.
Mr, Coleman Colvin while playing
at school a few days ago accid.i.th
fell a.nd received injuries from whieb
he has not fully recover< d.
Many frilends of the ab..ve men
tione d parties sincerely hope they will
soon be up and about again.
Mr-. Robt. Sla:er, of Wash'gt. n,
D. C., after apending awhile w i;h rela
tives in this section. retn urin d L.o:w
n't long since.
There was an entertainmer t at M r.
E. F. Paga ne on the night of the 28t':
nlt, which was well attet.ded by tI e
young people of the community. A.k
who were present at e very inr'ch in
debted to Mr. and Mrs. P-gani fori
their hr spitality su that occasion.
Now :bat the hunting seas U has re-|
ure,those who take pha-ure it
hogs--the weights of some will be
given below: Mr. William3Crowder
killed two hogs recently which were
only twelve months and five days old.
They weighed, respectively, 310 and
320 pounds. One of the hogs herein
mentioned was the mother of eight
fine pigs, which Mr. Crowder will keep
until next killing time. We venture
the assertion that this will beat any
thing in Fairfield County.
Mr. Calvin C. Weir also killed one
nine months old wl-=ch weighed 20'
pounds. M:-. Weir, though 6lind, at
tended to this hog -himself. He is one
of the most energetic r nd persevering
men we have ever seen. He has a
garden rhich he made t,im,elf. He
also cultivated his gar"en, and c:a'
pick seventy-five pount.s cotton per
In the latter part of November Mr.
Henry Crowder, of the Buckhead
community, picked 651 pounds of cot
ton in two days-325 and 326 pounds,
respectively. I believe our section can
justly boast of having as much manual
labor performed by white meu as any
other section of the county. I thin_
the success of the farmers of this se
tion can be attributable to a great e:
tent. In other words, I think it might
be appropriately said of the farmers in
this section in their contest for .uprem
acy or leadership as did senator Voor.
hees, of Indiana, in delivering that
magnificent ealogy on the life atd
public services of Samuel S. Cox. He
said Cox was in every race from start
to finish, and took rank with the swift
est and of greatest endurance.
Indeed, I might say that any section
of people with industry. perseverance
and intelligence, coupled with an in
domitable will can carry their efforts
to a successful cu!mination.
Robt. 1. Jefihre?.
means so much more than
you imagine-serious and
fatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
If you are feeling
out of sorts. weak
and generally e
?r hausted, iervou
j have no appetite
and can't work,
ing the most relia
Brown's irorf Bit
ters. A few bot.
i ~ ties cure-benefit
flitters s frmthe
r'n't ,itan your
________________pleasant to take.
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
Malaria, Nervous ailments
~et only the genuine-it has cross.ed red
flines on the wrapoer. All others are sub
stesn et o ftn M2c. stamps we
SFair Views and book-free.
BROWN CHEMiCAL CO. BALTIMoliE. t.D.
Heart Disease Kills
Suddenly; but never without warning symp
toms, such as Faint, weak or Bun'. . .,pells,
Irregular or Intermittent Pulse, Fluttering
or Palpitation of the Heart, Choking Sensa
tions, Shortness of Breath, Swelling of Feet
and Ankles, etc.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure,
Cures Heart Disease.
Mr. Geo. L. Smith, of the Geo. L. Smith
Mantel Co.. Louisville, Ky., writes Feb. 20,
1594: "For about a year I was a terrible suf
ferer from heart trouble, which got so bad
I wa.'s obliged to sit up in bed to get my
bra:?. 1 had to abandon business and
enald hardly crawl around. My friend, Mr.
ulias C. Voght, one of our leading pharma
cists, asked me to try Dr. Miles' Hleart, Cure.
I had used little more than a bottle when
th pain ceased and palpitations entirely
diappeared. I have not had the slightest
trobeC since, and today I am attending to
buinss as regularly as ever."
iold by druggists everywhere. Book on
ier.t and Nerves sent free. Address Dr.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
ikr Mviles' Remedies Restere Health.
MOTHERS READ TIS.
tery, Nausea, Coughs, Cholera In
fantum, Teething Children, Cholera
Norbus, Unnatural Drains from
the Bowels, Pains, Griping, Loss of
Appetite, Indigestion and all Di
oases of the Stomach and Bowels.
the critical period of teething, and
is recommended by physicians as
the friend of Mothers, Adults and
pChildren. It is pleasant to the taste,
Sad tiever fails to give satisfaction.
A few doses will demonstrate its su
r native virtues. Price. 25 cts. per
ttl. Fr sleby druggists.
OFFER for rent. cheap, for rext year.
the Dwelling Iouse andl premises c
Lienry N. Obea'.
for InfantS ar
Bateman's Drops, Godfrey's Con
most remedies for chi:dren are c
Do You Know that opium and morphir
Do You Know that in most countries d
without labeling them poisons?
Dn You Know that you should not p
unless you or your physician know of what it is
Do You Know that C. toria is a pure
its ingredients is published with :-c"ry bottle?
Do You Know that ca-: is the pre,
That it has been in use for neeu':y thirty years.
of all other remedies for children co:nbined ?
Do You Know that the Patent Office
other countries, have issued exclusive right to
"Castoria" and its formula, and that to imi
Do You Know that one of the reasons
because Castoria had been proven to be abso:
Do You Know that 35 average
cents, or one cent a dose ?
Do You Know that when possessed of
be kept well, and that you may have unbroken
Well, these tbings are worth knowiz
Children Cry for P
Blood and Skin Disea e
BOTANIC BLOOD BAL1M never fails
to cure all manner of Blood and Skin dis
eases. It is the great Southern building up!
and purifying Remedy, and cures all manner
of skin and blood diseases. As a building
up tonic it is without a rival, and absolutely
beyond comparison with any other similar
remedy ever offered to the public. It is a
panacea for all ills resulting from impure
blood, or an impoverished condition of the
human system. A single bottle will demon
strate its paramount virtues.
; send for free book of Wonderful Cures.
Price. Sz.oo per large bottle; S5.oo for six
For sale by druggists: If not send to us,
and medicine will be sent freight prepaid on4
receipt of price. Address
TheO BAnaMe.Anta the
Equtabe LfeAssurance 0
the Carolinas, wishes to se
cure a few Special Resident
SAgents. Those who are fitted
for this work will find this
A R Oppotulniy 3
It isZsw~k, howtever, and those
Iwho succeed best in it possess
character, mature judgment,
Stact, perseverance, and the
respect of their community. ,O
Think this matter over care
fully. There's an unusual$
openingro for somebody. If it~
fit y;U? it wil pay you. Fur
ther information on request
Rock Hill, S. C.
.2 have (placed ini. o.ur hands)
V'sone gilt-edgede. ceenrities to
fer those havinig. u.oney to invest.
ll commanIications shall be regatrded
J,. Q. D)AVI S,
WV,D.IDOUGL A S,
.7. E. McDONA LD,
11-9W Winnsboro,'S. U.
$3IT FORA KN.G.
- FRENcH & ENAMELLED cALF.
over one Minlion People wear theI
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoesj.
l our sitoes are equ1Hy s iisiz:tcry ~
rsey give the best value for thm ao:y.
They equal customn shoes i-: sty:e and sit.
rir wearnrg quaHitics are nsuri.Setd .
The prices n. --i,-..s6mpe on roi e 4
~.NAIR BA .SA.M
- sn- u : r:' th er
Never ra:is to Re.store Gray
c r tc:t p ouca or.
e.aLtson at Druree,
ou KnoW that Paregoric,
bl, many so-caeled Sootbing Syrups, and
mposed of opium or morphine ?
e are stupefying narcotic poisons ?
-uggists are not permitted to sell narcotiCS
?rmit any modicine to be given your child
y vegetable preparation, and that a list of
cription of the famous Dr. Samuel Pitcher.
and that more Castoria is now sold than
Department of the United States, and of
Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word
tate them is a state prison offense ?
for granting this government protection wad
doses of Castoria are furnished for 35
this perfect preparation, your children may
g. They are facts.
U, on eer~
first Clajiriij lils,
118 GARNETT ST.,
Between Loyd and . 'rvor S=rcets.
Win half bl.ck <-r ;y , c:r li-es
leadig to Ex}o)i ion.
By the day, week, or month.
MRS. E. R. TURNAGE.
WHEN YOU VISIT
You.sili fond a -
vhich 4frs the pubircgood -ooard
ad cohifortable arrangement at mod
Every Fifteen Minutes
Street Cars pass the door for the Ex
Supjyer, Bed and .Breakfast for
Mr's. G. B. Rcberts
No. 234 Whitehall Street,
1015 Atlanta, Ga.
N PRIVATEJ HOUYSE
238 West Peachtree,
'HIRD IDOOR .FROM LINDEN
S'EET, ON CAR~ LINE, midway
bEWeen Car Shed and (near) Exposi
MODERA TE RhATE5.
COMFORT ASSrJ 3DI.
DR. A. B. PA TTERSON.
S HEREBY GILVE. N THAT AP
ation will be made at the next ses
tn of the. General .cssembly for
endents to the chsre r of the Cape
ar and Cincin nati Rail~ ; ay Co:npany
thoriziug the building of the road
the limits of the State, eitC0er through
e'.nviIe or Anderson, as the Direc
s may determine, crosn. interven
SCotssies, and. fionu neat Camnden
the Nr.rthi Carolinia ?ir.e in t1 ei direc
Sof Sout hport, N. C ,crossing
er'venig Countie, and to change
ename to the Southport a.'r WVest
n Railroad Company, toge.' with
Mr general amnendcments to the said
G. IL. McM:ASTlit.
J.C. CALDwIm. Fed
Secretaryv and~ 'Trerer.1
rTEEN HUNDRED ACiMS of'
. iand, sit.autod near .Albiun, oin
itt River, fowerb owned by Jnio,
angass. It .will be div ided into
netracts if mnecessarr-. Te rmnseasy.
nv sold, i. llH be r'ented.
My to -5j. E. McDON. MLD,
J.Q. DAVIS, or
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO
Central Time shown between Jacksouville and
Eastern Time at other points.
Northbound. jNx.36 NA 10 ''.r
Oct. 8th, 1S95. Daily D:Gly I.^"
Lv. Jacksonillc .. . 6 20 p ....... u t
Lv. Savannah...-. ..... 10 41 p ----- 11 a
Ar. Columbia..... ..... 3 30 a _....
Lv. Charleston ... c 00 p ......
Ar. Columbia ... . . 10 15 r. ....
Lv. Augusta...... .--.--I " 1 . ..........r.
" Granitevile.. ----------
Trenton ..::::.... - . . .t 1
u ohnstons .... ... - -
Ar. Columbia .......... - ii 0 -4 1
Lv. Columbia .... - 40 a -' P
" Winnsboro.... -:---:- 601 a 601 a 15
"Chester ... ....'--. 65 a 6~ 5 a r Vu
" ock Hill ....----7 32 a ,.2a. 7 N P
Ar. Charlotte ....- 8 25 a 825 a7 , 1
" Danville...... ---130 p 1:30 p z un4
Richmond .... . 6 40 p 64" p 1 it
" Washington .. ----.- 9 40 p 40 p' -
" Baltimore ....- 1125 p 112 p ria u
" Philadelphia -. 3 00a ::a n l15 a
New York ........ i 6"0 a I -0 a 1: p
-N. 33 No.\q3:;7
Southbound. IDoily Da.ly '7
Lv. New York .... ....1215nt 12 15nt! 4 : p
Philadelphia . 350 a 350 1: C:.) p
Baltimore ... ..... G 22 a 6 :2 a. '20 p
Lv. Washington .. ..- 1115 a 11 15 al 0"13 p
". Richmond... ..... 1255 p 1255 p! 2t a
" Danville .......... 05 p, G05 p 5 a
+" Charlotte .........1100p.11 G0 'J:,a
" Rock Hill ........114S p ! .1S I.t ) a
u Chester ..........1225 n 12211 it
" Winnsboro........114 a 114 I it
Ar. Columbia ....... 220a 2_0a1 0
Lv. Columbia .................a . p
" Johnston .... .....
" Trenton .............. 64 a 3 p
" Graniteville.............716 a 45 p
A. Augusta ........... ... Oa*1p
Lv.Coumbia......... 100 p .. 4 00 p
Ar. Charleston........ 11 a . 1 W a
Lv.Coumbia.......... 6 30 a . 310 p
Ar. aansbt ...... 5.46. a ...... 0 4 50 p
N Jacksonville.. .....10 30 a ..... 940 p
SLEEPING C.AR SERVICE.
Nos.37and88Washington & Southwestern Lim
ited,Pn1lmancars Tampato New York. solid Pull
man train with Dining cars north of Charlotte.
No.85 and 38 U. S. Fast Mail. Through Pull
man Buffet Sleeping car and first-class coach
Jacksonville and New York ; also Pullman c.u
A sta and Charlotte.
B.-Nos. 35 and 36 do not enter L"::i wt ta
tion Columbia, but discharge and t^a" pas
sengere and baggage at Blanding St. Stat:on.
. TURE, S. U. H ARD tvlsi:
G. Ps A., WASBINGTON. A. G. P. A., ATL.A NTA
P. L WELLES, Supt, COLtMEIA, S. C.
V. -. '}REEN, 3.1. CCL.,
G. Bupt., WASHIGTON. T. 31, WASHINGTON
Evaporated Apples, Peaches
Apricots and Prunes.
Hecker' Self-Raising Buci
wheat and Oatmeal.
East India Pickles, some
thing fine; try them.
Also loose Cucumber Pickle
A full line of Canned Good!
always on hand.
All kinds of Fruits in stock
A full line of Heavy and
Give me a call.
ND SALE~ STABLES.
Just Arrived and for Sale,
Among them one Fine Saddle Horse
nd som Fine Mares suitable for rais
ing stock. Will be sold cheap for
cah or on time for satisfactory paper.
A few MILCf! COWS fo,r sale for
cash or exchang~e for dry eattle.
Winnsboro, S. C.
DELGT FUL R~OOls. .JGUSE
,nfudfrniure new. HJave ali modern
ononeiec.s. Gas, E'cetric Bells, hot
ndcod water . bathi zroms on each
orr. Fnre and all accommodationls
rrst-class ini every rer-pect. Convenui
u to all plac,s of imsement. Im
nedalely ou car line to Expositionu.I
R ates, $1.00 an1 I S2' p)er day.
peecial raes to pal ties .of sis or more.
.2S Whhall St., Alnta. Ga.
T.e PCrice of ctt
HAS PUT NEW LIFE AND HOPE IN THE LAND, AND HAS a
put new life into trade. We have sold a large quantity of goods
in all lines, and have a larger amount which we
- - - want to sell. - - -
iI3NJRESS S0Bs MIMINERY.
We lead the race fbr style, quality and We have bad] a rushing business in
variety. Be sure to see them before this department, but have received
you buy. Our ire of Black Goods
cantbe excelled. Sitiks for Nvast new bupplies and can please you in
cannotexo waitstyle aid work. Do you need a Wrap?
and T inmiugs, beaunitul Crepons, \1e have them cheap.
new stve sasteens, Outing, Gingham
and PIrrit, please every ile.
SlLO To suit every one in style and quality.
Our Shoes give good service, give
You should not suffer from cold this comfort, and are at prices to suit your
winter. We can sell you wool goods purse. We have some good bargains
cheaper that' you ever bought them. in Clotbing-men's, boys and chil
Special bargains in Flannels and Bian- dren's. The latest styles in men's
kets; also men's, ladies' and children's Hats at low prices. Something pretty
Underwear. in Neckwear.
We want your trade, and can offer you every indveement in variety, quality
CALDWELL & RUFF.
Ask any STEARNS rider
what helthinks of his
STEARNSriders.are satisfied riders.
; Join;the ranks of STEARNS enthusiasts.
E.LC.STEARNS & CO.,
Syracuse, N. Y.
SOUTHERN AGENTS :
W.":D.I;GAS H CO, -3wa
ness Men Back to Health.
O IES hsee reetds mn euiaiis evlpds
mDSa havatin syptseand afed so many py s icianpedsEa
LaGrippe. No disease leaves its victims so debilitated, useless,
sleepless, nerveless, t's LaGrippe. It is a disease of the nerves, it
uses up the tissue, the vitality, the life-giving nerve force that feeds the braiu
There is one remedy that will replace this worn-out tissue; that will re
new this lost vitality and restore health. R~ead what Mr. D). W. Hilton, state
agent of the Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Kentucky, one of the best known
insurance men in the sout-h, and whose portrait appears above, says about how
Dr. Miles' Nervine Restored hint to health when all else had failed.
"In 1889 anid '90 I had .two severe attacks of LaGrippe, about eigh
months intervening between them, the last one ccnfining me to my be
four months ant1 attacking my nervous system, with such severityt y
life was despaired of. I had not slept for more th:'n t wo months except by
the use of narcotices that stupefied me. but gave me no rest. For more than
eight long weeks I was only conscious of intense mental weakness, agonizing
bodily pain and the fact that. I vias hrourly growing weaker.
When in this condition.1it seemed like a providential circumstance that I
learned of Dr. Miles' iRestorative NeIine. for in two days after I commenced
using it, I began to improve and in one zi'nih% time I was virtually cured,
and very much to the s;urprise of everybody who knew of my condition; for
none of them '..4 I would ever recover. I have been in excellent health
since and ha2Ve re:commfe:nded your remedies to many of my friends, not one
of whom h:p f::i ed i- h::ak me for doin:g sn, when I have met them again.
Buat the beet remains to ije told. Mrs. IIilton had suffered with severe
nervous t ro.ubles for thirteen years and had been treated by several physi
cians, who stand high in their profession, without any perceptible improve~
ment. Seeing how the Nervine had so effectually cured me, she commenced
using it and is now in excellent health. We never fail to recommend It."
LouisvILLE. Jan. 22, 1895. D. W. HmTnw.
we 9 -Restores
Dr' M Ner'vi11e Healt