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NEW4 AM H ERALD.
PLTB.h EV TRI-WE BLY
S,ii AND HERALD COMPAM 1.
rVimE . IN ADVA:et:
-) it Year, - - 53.00
Six lionthr. - - - - 1.50
VINNSBORO, S. C.
Saturday April 8. - - 18'
WONDERFUL ACTIVC -
Individuals may not fe it s. much,
but the figures will a w that the de
velopment of ma facturing in the
South is wond ul. It is htrd to
appreciate the ctivity in the construc
tion of ne enterprises and the en
largemen of old ones. The revival
of railr ad building is aimo it as great
/$ays the Manufacturers' Record:
"Afier some years of weary wait
iDg. the South once more begins to
eai the thrill of industrial activity.
The promise of wide-reaching devcl
opinent, and, necessarily, of general
prosterity for the whole j onth, which
t ii .paper continued to predict even
during ihn time when the business de
peession was the greatest. is now being
more than fulfilled. In every direc
tion, from Maryland to Texas, there
are signs of increasing busines+ ac
tivity; manufacturing ectsrprises are
=enerally crowded with orders; the
iron interezts are not only turning eut
a larger product than ever before, but
are making larger profit; than at acy
time in the past; sotten mills are run
ning n'g'.t and day; lumber interests
are becoming more proRperou4, and
the stir of new lite and enthusiav. is
everywhere felt. It is difficult to ine
a .ummary even of-tho more import ant
enterprises that have "been defi::iteiy
organiz'd with all of the cspit,-t s-:
cured, duing the last three monttss.
and ret a few of the more impr tant
undert-kings reported by the Manu
tactu ers' Record during :ht ii.::e
will sh--w how general is dhe up;rd
The huvestment in cotton mills a:one
sirce the first af Januxrr am,u:nts co
$8,000,000 or $10.000,000. The South
is attracting the a:zewtion of the wtord.
It is boun' to become the greate t p'it
of this great country.
A TRUE CAT TALE.
n e have always heard that when
cats go bask on rats you may look out
for tbe millennium. If there be any
truth in this old saying, t be time for
tying the Devil is at hand, for tbe
finest mousers in the country hare dis
carded their side-arms and made peace
* with all roeents, from infancy to old
age. They have most usaredly "gone
back oni" what has been regarded
from time immemorial as the choicest
diet of well-bred cats and aristocratic
Chiexamen, namely, a rompin' rodent,
roasted or rare.
The 3ell cats, that is to say, tbe
ineet mousers or the country referred
to, claim Lancaster as their habitat.
There are but three of them, Folly,
the mother, and her two daughters,
Bell and Josephine. Folly and Bell
abide with Mr. Joseph Clark, while
Josephine is the pet of Capt. Rive's
household in East End. ?olly and
- ell are the ones that have adorned
their names and tails with a new
glory by breaking long established
records and inaugurating an era of
peace and friendship with their for
mer victims and chief article of diet.
Rut here~by hangs a t.a
A few days age ;lhe raother and
daugbter gave birth to ki tens about
the sime time and in the sat.ae place.
On Friday last Master Earle Clarke,
a grandson of Mr. Joseph Clarke,
fonnd a bed or nes-. of young rats,
and thinking that:t hey would afford a
good square meal for Polly and Bell
and tbeir offspring, be gathered them
up and placed them in the box with
the feline families. Much to his and
his grandfather's surprise, the cats
and rets consorted together like old
acquaitances, and in a 'hort time
Poliy and Bell were sack x he iil;e
rats just the samte as it- r k:a:ens.
They seem much attaehed to their
adopted mother., and are 1h-ivinig
right along in their new found h'me.
The mothers are treating rats and
kitter.s with. the samo- ma'ernal cou
sideration, showing no partiality
*whatever, while the little ones pisy
and cw.ort together like brothers and
Any one who dloubts this s'orv can
verify it by calling~ at Mr. Clark's
It e~s not require an expert to de
tect the sufferer froni kidniey tronble.
The hollow cheeks, the sunken eyes,
the dark, puffy circtes under the eyes,
the sallow parsnip-colored coinplexion
indicat es it.
A phyeician wo.ud ask if von hid
rheumatism, a dull paiu or ache in th.
back or over the hips, st'machi t rou
ble, desire to urinate coften, or. a burn
ing or scalding in pssin~g it ; if anc
pissing there is ant nasti-fid f--eng.,
an if it neu t be at o: ce repe:t!ed. .:
the urine has a brick diit itep.sir or
str. ng odor.
When these smnpttoms are~ p)resent,
no time should b.e lost in removir-e the~
Delay may lead to gravel, cstarrh of
the bladder, inflammation, causing
r-toppago, and sometimes requiring the
drawing of the urine with instruments.
or may run into Bright's DiseasN, the
mc s dantgerous stage of kidney trou
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the
great discovery of the eminent kidney
and bladder specialist, is a positive
remedy tor such diseases. Its repux
tation is world-wide aid it is s~o easv
to get at any drug store that no one
need suffer any length of time for
want of it.
However, if you prefer tQ q.rst tee:
its wonderfud merits, menties n h
News and Herald and write to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.,
-for a sample bottle :L.d book telline
all about it, both sent absolutely f re-a
HISTORY EEPATS ITSELF.
The louth:rn Fek.
Some years ago when the lands west
of the Mississippi and east of.-the Mis
souri Rivers were being so thoroughly
advertised in the East, there fre.juen y
went into that country the homes ker
from an Eastern State who co d not
believe that the pri:es ($1 t 10 per
acre) then asked were not orbitant.
The newness of the cou y was not
to his liking. He retuyned Eaat only
to remain a few years, learn his error
and return Wes4o gnally locate.
This same condj ion now applie! to
the South. W( meet people on their
first trip So'ch. Not finding our $7
to $15 do r farms possessing all the
improv ents they have been accus
tome to on tho $40 to $80 farms in
the :orth, they become discouraged
return home with the opinion,
'don't like the country, no advan
We again and agniu repeat the as
sertion, wbieh is a fact, that the best
low-priced lands are in the Soeth,
arid if the people seeking homes will
carefully inva.tigate they-will come to
the conclusion that we are righ We
have studied the progress of the de
velopment of tne various sections of
the country within our united borders,
and bave no be4itancy in recommend
ing the Southern States as the mosti
inviting field ever directed to the at-S
tention of the homeseeker possessing
little or much capital. It is the coun
try for the large farmer, the small
farmer, the investor in farms or in
Happy ii the man or woman who
can eat a good ,hearty meal without
suffering afterward. If you cannot
do it, take KODOL DYsrEPSIA CURE.
It digests what you eat, and cures all
forms of Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
All the world over there .re 98
women to 160 men.
Lawyers should properly be par
ticular as t) which bar they practice
"Give a liver regulator and I can
regulate the world," said a genius.
The druggist handed him a bottle of
DN Witt's Little Early Riser-, the
famous little Iills. McMaster Co.
General Gomez siva he recognizes
only ove power in Cuba, the United
Sta*e-, and that tte Cuban Assembly
"ecs only talk."
It h*a be au decided that iereafter
Gierai Iroeke will entirely ignore
t;ie ee 1;d Unb-m assembly and deal
di'-ec?v with tll peOple.
It i' b -lievro in Washington that
McKier ac* tlobirt will be almost
um.'%iiuo:ily nominated by the next
Repu:biic-n National convention.
J. Steer, Sedalia, Mo., conductor on
electr:c street car line, writes that his
litie dauglhter was very low with
cr.-up, and her lite savel after all phy
sinrs had failed, col: by using One
Mir.ute Caugh Cure. McMaster Co.
A pumatic horse-collar finid
favor- with mxauy horsemnen, and the
anim dle themselves sem to appreciate
it, as it adjusts it o every motion of
An exchange corrects its repor,tsof
a sermnor thns: The sentence "It is
not difficult to be happy in hell,"
shoul read "It is not difficult to be
bappy ins health."
For Over Fifty Years.
MRs. d' INSLOW'S SOOTHING STEUP
has been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. It
will relieve the poor little sufferer
immediately. Sold by draggists in
every part of the world. Twenty-five
cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
"Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,"
and take no other kimd. 1-1-17
Some people who call themselves
decent will put a battered nickle into
te church collection and pay a Pull
man ear porter 25 cents for b!acking
Bean s TheKind You Have Always Baught
Easily, Quiokly, Permanently Restored
:r.as Debility, Lost Vitality. Seminal Losnts,
F~aiin!g Memory-the result of Over--serk. Worry.
Sickes, Errors of Youth or Ove.r-iudulgence.
Price 50c. and $1: 6 boxes $5.
For quick, positive -mrd lastin:-re~sults in Sexual
Weakness, Imnootenev. Nervous Debility and Lne
Vitality, use YELLOW LABEL SPEcIAL-double
strength - wiii give strength and tone to everv- at:
and erT'ect -. permanent cer::. Chenpet and' 6tt
too Pills $.:: . Y ztali.
FREEC--A t,ote ol an me ppese- Laer
elets vill b.-givenr v;itnl ac i b or mtre cf MaJt
J. J. OBEAR, Druggist,
Winnsboro, S. C.
T HE UNDERSIGNED H AS PUR
chasud -he inaterest of the estate of F.
Grig, decceased, in the stock of goods
of Gerig & Seigler-, and solicits the
trde of the poople of Fair field County.
of au kinds, and ever-ytbing found
in a FIRlST-CLASS UARIDWARE
Tha trade of the friends and cus
tomers of Gerig & Seigler is fully ap
preciated, and the under-signed hopesf
thev may ficd it to their in'terest stol
continue their business relations w itht
J. W. SEIGLEJR.
THlE IlOUSE AND LOT NOW
occupied by V r. L. D. Riobertsov, in
the townt of Wi, 1-oro. P,:;ssion
given 1st J * ua: y , l'J0Ji
or WAE . AVIALE
thtolnmahs andBowels of
omoes I tion,CIlerful
ness t-l YCnaas neither
Opim,Mrp if or Eneral.
1IOT NARC OTIC.
Aperfect Remedy for Constipa
ness andLOSS OF SLEEP.
FacSimile Signaturc of
XACT COPY OF WRAPPER1
In the Privac
LIJii- , Iii I bec
DOCTORS FAIL, BUT CERS
thu. ife wa taken sick andI at
she had finished taking the second I
inyasN0 presus. I then r
Remove all costiveness wil
oRegulator. If your case is corn'
you fully how to use these gre:
LETTERS OF AfMUIISTRATION.
5TATE OF SOUTH CARIOLINA
COUNTY OF FAIRFELD.
y S. R. JOH.ST ON, Esq., Juke Prena
iT H EREAS, Mrs. Maggie B. Turn
Vhath made suit to me to gra:
er leuters of administration of ti
state and eflects of John M. Turne
These are therefore to cite and al
onish all and singular the kindred a:
reditors of the said John M. Turne
eceased, that they be and appe;
efore me, in the Court of Pr
ate, to be held at Fairfield Con
ose, South Carolina, on the 21
ay of April next, after pub]
ation hereof, at 11 o'clock in: the for
oon, to show cause, if any they hay
hy the said Administration shou:
not be granted.
Giv'n unde/ my hand this 5t!h d.
f Apr:1, Anno Domini 1899.
S. R. JOHNSTON,
46-2: Judge of Probate.
Digests what you eat.
t artificially digests the food and aid
1ature in strengthening and reco!
tructing the exhausted digestive o3
ms. Itis the latest discovered diges1
ant and tonic. No other preparatio:
ea approach it in efficiency. It it
tantl relieves and permanently cure
yspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburt
Flatuence, Sour Stomach, Nauses
all otherresultsof imperfectdigestiot
Prepared by E. C. DeWitt ?a Co., ClyIcago.
The Gold That Glitten~
DO RECHES MAKE HAPPINESS, 0
DOES HEALTH MAKE
The richest man cannot always 1
said to be the most successful, for tit
uccess is not possible without hap1
ness. Many a wealthy man would gi'
ll he now possesses to have the healt
and happiness of a young athlet
ealth i's not hard to get and keep
good judgment is used in caring for at
upplying the needs of the systen
Nature often needs assistance; yc
ometimes abuse nature by overtaxis
your nerves, your brain, or your bod:
and you havent time to relax, an
tkew the rest that you need. You mu.
ar outside help. Fabst Malt Extrac
The " Best" Tonic, will suppl the e:
tra fuel, food, and strength; i s abs<
utely pure -an unequalled assistantt
ature in giving health, vitality an
srength. It will make you eat an
seep well, and cause you to feel lik
yourself again, or perhaps, better tha
you erer felt in your life. The "Best
Tonic was awarded the 100 points<
perfction at the World's Fair, and we
he only Malt Extract which receive
hat honor. Your nearest druggists ca:
r Pabst Malt Extract, Tho "Best
Tonic in stock.
~FR A C1X ~humausm anm
C m a -av
31e ': ~ ' V -e,
-C.: C.IYA'JR COMPANY. NEW Yr:' C
y of the Homn.
HERE is no need of women sub +
ing themselves to the mortifica
of examinations by doctors for :
treatment of the various disease - o
oh they are subject. These trouls
be treated just as effectively at c ,
te. When you are affected with :
rements of the menstrual funciev
ny other female disorders, you
ompletely cured and the organs i l. '
ored to activity and strength if ? /
months youwill use regularly
-re , F.F -^
'LE'S FE MALE PANACEA CURES
once called our family physician, and he
ician for consultation. After using their
icwas vey little better, so Ithen purchased
acea and comnced treatin- her. Before
ottle she was in better health ti.1an she had
ecomimended the Panacea to three or my
HI. J. THRAILKILL. Thrailkill. Miss.
h mild doses of St. Joseph's Liver
>licated,write us and we will instruct
~t remedies. Sold by all druggists.
' S Y BUYlNC~ DiatoT F-'.0.1
II202-204 E. 102( St., N EW YQr? cm
The Largest Clotinig
rtwi,th Extra Pants and !!
1 we Psyut Expressage. zao~m
ported Woo laceit iack, Blue, Grey nnd Bo
3in sizes frow 3 to 9 years of oge. Ma'3 up doub
breasted, with saillr Collar-Collar fancy emibroid,
ed-ined ith fast Black Albert Twill Sot en a
dPatent waist sand,. Trimming and Workaals
the very best. sizes for io to z5 years, without Sal.
Collar. M:utton age and If large or smai..
I - Thi Style ~
Pair Pants /
flprns- .l oney On!cr or Rci
tfoney* cheer i- re.-. -
ba s. ce. - m
AlC TS C
To THES EDIToR:Iav
remedy for Consumption. By its
thousands of hopeless cases have Li:
b permanently cured. Sopro-o
Sof its power that I consider it my ct
sid two bottles free to those of your re
who have Consumption,Throat, Bronchia d
Lung Trouble, if they will write me d
express and postoflice address. Sincerl,
TA. SI,CU,M. C.,183 Pearl St., Newr ora
g 53 Tho Editorial and Business 3Janagorn'e
this Pnaper Guarantoe tais gcneron"' Proi:ostio:
- nro..rc H.cet, h
aksa specialty c
I ~ Epilepsy, has witlion
doubt treated and cu:
* ed more cases than arn
living Physician; .hil
success is astonishing
We have heard of case:
of 2o years' standing
- *tie of his atsolute eure, free to r; sufferer
who may send their P. 0. and Ex ,: .ddress
ITHE EASY RURIG
THE MOST MODiIRN SEWING
MACHINE OF THE AGE, EM
BRACING ALL OF THE
Range of Work,
Old Sewing Machines taken in ex
Dealers wanted in unoccupied terri,
tory. Correspondence solicited.
-J. H. DERBYSHIRE
EBEL BUILDING, RICHMOND, V.A
Itis an easy matter to claim that
a remedy has a wonderful curative
power. The nianufacturersof
leaves it to those who liave been
permanently and positively cured
of RHEUMATISM to m a k e
claims. Among those who have
recently written us voluntary let
ter syin teyhave been eured
are: Rev. J1. L. Foster, Raleigh,
N. C.: Mr. J1. E. Robinson, Editor,
SGoldsboro, N. C., Daily Argus;
Mr. A. Daus, a p)rominent mer
chant, Macon,' Ga., and Mr. WV. Ri.
Duke, a railroad man, Kansas
City, Mo. WILCR O
p. Malluastred Wy THE BOBBITT DRll
CD., R8leig, N. C.
Sold in Winnsboro by McMaster
~ ~C*aPrce$1 per bottle.
o he are~ tw ::ometn as beau
i tiful -: the miht be,c. Powder j
u and p: i: am:I cosrectics don't I
e, , . . ..
1 m ao.e ',001 iloos. uO1anis IS *
$ simply an i:: o.-sibility v:itihout i
C heath. B3eautiful women are I
- few becaus hea'thy women are a
( few. The way to~have a fair i
face g'nd a well-rounded figure ~
s is to takec
S This is that old and time-tried j
C medlicine that c:ares all female a
Strouble~s and weaknesse:; and i
Sdrains. It make-s to difference
Swhat the (octrs call the trou- U
w ble, ii there is anything the u
i matter in the di<etly femninine 2
e organs. Br'aEd>d's Fe: e
I male IEegaior will help 5
Sand cure it. It iood~ for ir
m regular or painfti raens truation: ?a
I for leucorrhcea, f 'r f::ing af the 8
V womb, for ner:. isnss, head- 3
m ache, backache e d <izziness. e
T ake it and g -:il. Then e
Syour old-tim e h e fetures
an vfigure w b -e
- Soid by die 7- .boale. Es
THE BR~ADHVi .ATOR CO.
W. A. W.
The registered 'ralin W. A. W.
will be ait the -lb in rear of Mr.
Henry' Refo&s store Fr-d:y and Sa'ur
d ay of each week; ia-a- of tiim on:
the farmn. Ile is a. Vn : emt' Md. bay,
with black poi'. 11 s ,.ood b one
-and muscle; no" il:iish or afect Hie
is kind in dlispeit i- n; !Ind a p' rfect
roadster. His sire is the celebrated
Red Wilkes, His dam, BGItsy Baker,
was sired by D'ictator. who was the
sire of Jay-Eve-See.:? 10, of Direc;or,
2 07, of the inzvit:cib': Dire'sum, 2.04,
the grandsire of Nancy' llantke, the
queen of trotters. sind t * ire' of m-iny
others of extreme spel d.
Terma, $15.00 to inBIure mar. with
foal. ForI exten' dI p-di:: e andi cr
ffred recrdt ad.! r-.
- JOHN G MO'BLEY,
Se'cond-han 1 Wheel'. all rnakes, $3.e0 up.
* o atal10 e a i ful artlel2lars.
rie AKEE CYCLE Co.
Cel.tral Time Between Columnbiaand Jaek
sonville. Eastc:rn Time 1ctwecn Co
lumtb;a and Other T'olnts.
Egeetive March 2. 1 t9.
Nc..1 No. 56 No, 32
Lv. 'ville. F.C.&P.y.' S 20 a 8 p 12'
Savannah......... 12 12 09p 3 57p
Ar. Columb:lia ...........- 4 'El4 45a 7 3p
Lv. Char'on,SC&GRR. 7 l00 a 5 30p ........
Ar. Cohunmbia...... 11 CO a 10 1Op .....
Lv. Augustn, So H.. = - '9W 30p b 40p
- Grun,ee .- -50p 1101) 55 p
- Trenton........... :33ip 11(0p 634p
Johnstons... .... -- 49 p: 11 20p 6 46p
Ar. ColumbiaUtn. dep't. 520 p 2 U a 8 20 p
Lv Col'bia B!ar(g st... 5 45 p 5 5 a S 49p
" Wi.naboro.......... G 2 p , 9 399p
" Chez:er - 7 47a! 10 17p
" Rock lin..-----.--- 7 : p S 21 a 10 45p
Ar. Charlott............. S 45'p 9 15 a 11 34p
" Danville........... 12 5a 122p 307a
Ar. lichmond .......... G e a 25 p ........
Ar. Washington......... 755 9 05pI 945a
Baltimore Pa. R. R.. 1: a 1 25 p 1 105 a
Philadelphia....... 11 35 a 2 56 a 1 08p
" New York...........2 C3 p 623 a 3 53p
INo. 31 No. 33 Np. 3J
Southboutnd. + o 31'\"0 3
Lv. New York, Pa. R.R.1 12 00 n 3 00p 1215at
Philadelphia........ 2 20 p 5 34p 350a
Baltimore..... 4 :ip 7 55p 6 22a
Lv. Wash'ton, So. Ry.. 5 50 p 9 20 p 11 15 a
Lv. Richmond ............ 1210nt 12 01m.
Lv. Danville .......... 12 10 a 4 15a 6 02p
" Charlotte...........3 44a! 815a 1020p
" Rock Hill...........- 4 25a' 900a 11 14p
Chester........... 454a 935a 1143p
Winnsboro.......... 5 34a 1021a 382a
Ar Corbia E!and-g st...1 6 30 a 1125a 1878
Lv. Columbia Un. dep't. 6 50s, 1145i 400
Johnstons........... 8 27a1 23 600
Trenton............. 8 40 1
Ar. Aiken......... 9 20a1 215p 730
.ran.... e9 03 al 2 07p 7 07 a
" Graniteviile ........ 90
" Augusta............ 9 40 a! 45p 8003
Lv. Col'bia, S.C.&G.Ry~.... .. p 645
Ar. Charleston... .... .. . 8 17p1_11 00Oa
Lv. Col'bia, F.C.&P.Ry.! 5 40 a 10 85a 12 47a
"Savannah. ... 22 a! .3 07 u 508a,
Ar. Jacksonville. 1 0p 7 a1p 900
BLEEP1-NG OAR SI RVIO]i.
Nos. 31 an9 32-NEW YORK AND.LOR
MA IIED. Solid Vestibuled Train of
puiIan rawng-oomSleeping Cars. Ob
setvation and Compartment Cars, and Dining
Can running through without change between
St. Augustine Fla., and New York, via Jack
sonville, Savannah, Columbia, Charlotte and
Washington. Pullman Drawin-Room 816p,
tug Cars between Augusta and New York, con
necting with this train at Columbia, for tho
accommodation of Augusta and Aiken travel.
Excellent daily sc1ng1r servico between
Florida and New York.
Nos. 33 and 34-New.York a 1 Florida Ea
press. Drawing-Boom Sleeping jars between
A.iken and New Yrk.
Pullman draw ing room slecpi a cars betweon
Tampa, Jaci,sa.:ville, Savannah, Wshington
and -New Yorkc.
Pullman Sleeping Cars bct.,e.. Charlotte
Lv.35 and C i .-. S. Fa t Mail. Through
Pullman drawing room buffet sleeping cars be
tweon Jaehsonville and New Yor and. Pull
man .epil-g ears be tween Augusta and Char
]oti. with tars serve n l meals enroute.
accommodatirn rs l, an Acksonvill.
Ext celn:a. enroute daily pssenge sri ackson
oidle and kN wA - YO i . M C'L'LP
~ RN. an4NewO.Yr J. 31 F%LordaE
Thar a Jacksn(Ge. Mgr. T. .. Washington.
1WA.TRC, S. II. HARDWICE,
N . .an ia-U. . .,Fast Atlanta.
FTY NIETNESE N
Pulln drin from butleep ig yarse
oan hsen cars cawen Aeugt adcher
payae. ir~ th Fall sev oalmeal nenroue
all:: w :heni c arsoo le.n Jacsoillex
or plugha' uenruedil .wenJcsn
vie alnd hiciati va f.<nevilie
ircpl o-P &gen. Magr. T.oM,Wsingone
I.P eca.. tahigic. dr. cPtl. A.,Alata.
M av ULE M.S. R
iniWin sborro thre tofieyer
fo ashrod oo Dbaalepaer
payl n Wether-FardCom ane, Lom
cher inch es aor brkn-n make os
coupll t of goo rode Hres,on
new Twohorse a an hone goo
I also tepon hand a few; tl
freyr a~d.G- i tradea'Aw
Wi haea tO pagesM. S.0 B.e CRAW
FORD for et seso, ndieoil.b
Lie ssrn cero Sc iey
LiME thi NGit i esiof , FLO RNG
Cling, theter-Bcofadi and Lum- -
ei cand alt and raepmaesn cloe
ashhea ris man house
We torouy hdandle n herstbin t
fr er nsrance nd trad artdw
wis ucaes solicitin. We'lar ier j
mee bcompesiiornr. 'io o c
Theiiu Eqitale ismr
ILui ie ssuancale Soiety. P
S of hU nited Sti nc-vates. of
Euit 'eae Lieusnce Sii t a
inwhstryi desirous oft- sr-I- nr~
ieng pthe since ofi a an o char
athon rohlyeuce in the rcoer
succeIssu inv iiting. Ther i
maneraiv-thn al e ag11er. PnA
codce ihee4 n b-o
A Sure Gure.
[SaH J OBM
PH ARMA CIST. -
- -FOR A
6iitid IlMe[ of OId(1I
-We offer the
Bicycles (isg8 .
l'OR TH E UNPRECEDENTED PRICE,
iirWe will sell on instal
[ORDAN & DAVIN
THE OLD -
Ciies to the Fl1t k(311.
Egroey lre-buy ad sell
tre in or He believes iny te
luik Sales and SMall Pfitsl
HONESTY AND SQUARE DEA
ROERE gve him a call and be
'orto Rico Molasses,j
ton!d m::ke a ma: dtrike his trokher.
JUST TRY SOME.
Man ufacturers' Agent s for thLe
r MR. S. C. McKEQWN is a Tele
phone crank too.
.6. E0dH6~ & SOS,
one in our CORNW E LL, S.C
Lce on Winnsboro
I Chester line. 4-64y
ensta. Ga. AcalBsies 0 4