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NEW6; AND HERALD.
PUBLISHED TRI- WEEKLY
:s vS AND HERA.LD COMPANY.
s no tear, - - $3.00
Six t.ouths. - - - - 1.50
WINNS'ORO, S. C.
Thursday, April 13. , - 1899
A Chicigo man interested on the
subject of trusts has colleeted some very
interesting statistics, and the News
and Courier furnishes the substaote of
them. A very striking presentment
of the statistics is made as follows:
The Chicago man wears shirts made
by a $100,000,000 trust, underwear
made by a $30,000,000 trust, shoes by
a $125.000.000 trust, collars by sn
$1,000,000 trust, socks by a $30,000,
000 trust, and the thread used in mak
ing his clothes is mide by a $30,000,
020 trust. The oat meal that he eats
is controiled in the markets by a
$3,400,000 trust, and the sugar that be
spreads over his oat meal is in the
hands of a $40,000,000 trust, and the
milk he uses is co!trolled by a $10,
000,000 trust, crackers by a $55,000,
000 trust, and the cost of his fout
bread is fixed by a $150,000,000 trust.
The spoon with which he eats his meal
is mide by a $50,000,000 trust. The
lumber in his house is put on the mar
ket by a $20,000,000 trust, bricks by
an $8,000,000 trust, and the paper oz
the wal:s of his house is made by a
$50,000,000 trust. The bedstead o
which he sleeps is made by a $12,000,
000 trust, and the carpet on his ioor ie
made by a $10,000,000 trust, hi:
watches by a $20,000,000 trust. Ttie
paper on which he writes to his local
paper a statement of these things is
made by a $10,000,000 trust. Hi
closes his statement by saying that
when he dies, he expects to be buried
in a coffin made by an $18,000,0
trust, and to have his grave marke(
by a headstone made by a $20,000,00(
Surely the country is in the hands o:
the trusts. The list given above i
only a few, but it illustrates how rap
idly the power of trusts is growing a
the expense of the individual citizen
About the only thing that has not fal
len into the handa of the trust is th'
atmosphere. Their power is alarw
lng, and the fight against them cano
ltrifriends who have
onr advice to grow some
broom corn for market will be.grieve(
to learn, we are sure, that the product
which sold last fall at $50 ner ton, i.
now worth $200 per ton anid there i
a possibility of its going to $300 ini.
short time; and our housekeepinl
friends will likewise be pained t
learn, no doubt, that broom manufaa
turers from all parts of the eountr:
met in Chicago a few days age for th
nurpose of raising the pnice of broom
"to conform to the greatly advance
price of corn; but we have the as
* thority of a leading Chicago journi
for both pieces of new'.
The same paper explains that th
great iUcrease in prices is not due I
a corner in the corn or bro. mns, but I
a shortage in the supply of t be ferme*
For some years broom corn has sold
a low price, and in conusequeceIC ti
tarmers of Central Illinois, where ti
bulk of the crop is grown, have d
creased their prodnet from year
year, until recently the mnanufi
turers awoke to the fict that the1
was not enough of it to sunply th~
dIemand4. In a weebk, accordingl
the pric" went up from $50 to $16C
ton, anct it has been y g up e~
since. After the icst jun a .'. v
the manufacturers promap m t al
raised the prices of their gooits t~ , m
the increase, and now they have ji
met and raised them again. One
them explains: "The prices are i
commensunrate with the price of cot
At the fi-st meeting we added only
cents a dozen to the price ot broon
and at this meeting we voted to.
crease the price by $1 a dozen, and
believe a further advance will
necessito ted before the new crop
corn is harvested in October."
It is c-'o late, of course, for any
our farmers to profit by the sudd
and marked advsnce in the prie
last year's crop, and it is probable t
the new crop will be large enough,
view of current prices to .bring
prices down nearly to their fort
level. The broad fact remains, h
ever, that broomn corn of good qua
can be raised ini Sonth Cirolinla,
brooms can be manufactured het a
as good prolt as in Illinois or in
other part of the country, ant
would appear to be good policy fo
to raise and manufacture enougl
the protnct to supply the home
mand at least. Something like a
million brooms must be consumed
the State every twelvemonth, an
would keep a good deal ot mone
home if we should grow the raw
terial and manufacture it .for
selves, it is a "small indust
perhap's, but it is a simple one as
and we can compass it all ther
readily for both ressns --and we
'all the new industries we can get.
For Over Fifty Years.
MRs. rNStow's SOOTriW S
has been used for over fifty year
millions of mothers for their chi
while teething, with perfect suc
It soothes the child, softens the 2
allavs a'l pain, cures wind enhic,
is the be-t remedy for diarrhoes
will relieve the poor little sit
immsdiately. Sold by draggi~
every part of the world. T went
cents a bottle. Be n.ure .and asi
"Mrs Winslow'5sSoothw!g Sy
and take no other kind. 1
On Monday night Mr. J. W odd,
Grand Vice Dictator, assis by Mr.
L. M. Zealy, Grand Re er, organ
ized a lodge of K i of Honor at
this place. The lowing officers
Past Dictator Chas. J. Smith.
Dictator- . B. Lewis.
Vice D; ator--Chas. K. Rabb.
Assis ut Dictator-Dr. Henry W.
eporter- George J. Derrick.
Financial Reporter-A. T. Moore.
Treasurer-Jas. C. Coleman.
Chaplain-G. Logan Rosborough.
Guide-John A. DesPortes.
Guardian and Sentinel-Ollever F.
Trustees-Furman H. McEaehera,
Cha". J. Moore, G. Logan Rosbor
At a second meeting held Tuesday
night several appliaations for member
ship were received. The membets are
very much interested in the organiza
tion and Ridge way will soon have one
of the best lodges in the State.
We understand that Dr. David
M. Provence, who left this community
last year and located in Barnwell, iA
to return at an early date and resume
the practice of medicine. Two peti
tions largely signed have beenh som
him recently urging his return, and
his many friends are delighted t-at he
has decided to do so.
Mr. H. W. DesPortes was, on Apri!
4th, appointed postmastea at thii
place. He will take charge of th
office at once.
The Easeter meeting of St. Stephen's
Ridgeway, was held at the church o
Wednesday, April 5th, at 4 p. m. Thb
election for officers resulted as fo
Wardens-N. W. Palmer and Sam]
Vestrymen-I. C. Thomas, R. H
McKelvey, H. W. DesPortes, Sr.
T. M. Rembert and Jno. D. Palmer.
N. W. Palmer was eleeted secretar:
and treasurer of vestry.
Delegates to Diocesan Council
N. W. Palmer, S. P. Tbomas, Jas. E
DesPortes, R. H. McKelvey.
Rev. W. N. Tillinghast is spendin;
this week with his parents at East
> Mr. Jno. Haynes, who has bee
1 confined to his room for several dayi
Capt. T. J. Careton, of Winnsbort
was in town on Saturday.
s Mr. W. H. Ruff went to Columbia o
tMr. I. C. Thomas spent Mondayi
Mrs. W. H. Loo ver is visiting friend
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. DesPortes ca
down Sunda ni a visit to their dan
Ster, Mrs. J 'oyd.
r n,.a po ular
Snds fist and best. Lookon 01
d e uailrfi it, t's tet-A15
me goos are not imitated. 'Get DeWitt'
N itch Hazei salye. McMaster Co.
WINTROF MAY NOT GO TO CNA3L
TON ATTE5R ALL.
5 Rock HU Heral.
R I now seems to be probable ths
the student body of Winthrop Colleg
Swill not go to Charleston on the 0<
casion of the Confederate reunliol
When President Johnson conceive
0the idea sever months ago of, takir
> the college girls to the reunion, b
-~ conferred with the railroads as to rate
it .and was offered by a representative
ie -the Southern Railway a round tra
ie rate ot two dollars or less for eac
- student. Since then until this wee
10 President Johnson had heard nothiti
c- further from the authorities, but upt
a his return from Charleston Mouds
rr niht he found a letter from the ra:
,' road officials withdrawing the form
a ffer and firing the rate at 84 15 f1
er each student, that being the pri
:r, charged the veterans and all other
d Wbile in Charleston President Joh
et son made very satisfactory arrang
Let ments for lodging, board, kc., for t
of students, and the young ladiesa
yt indeed very much disappointed nc
a that it seems probable they will
5 be able to make their long-talked
~'visit to the city by the sea. It is ve
LO-much to be hoped, however, ti
I President Johnsou may yet be able
be perfect such arrangements as s
of enable the wholQ body of studenIs
ofake the trip.
at It does not require an expert to
intect tbe sufferer from kidney troul
heThe hollow cheeks, the sunken .e5
err the dark, puffy circles uder .he ey
)Wthe sallow parsnip-colored complex
mAphysician would ask if you
to rheumatim,a dull pain or ache in
myback or over the bipe, stomach tr
t ble, desire to urinate often, or a b
of ing or scalding in passing it; if a:
de- passing there is an unsatisfied feel
ha as it it must be at once repeated,.
-,the urine has a brick dust deposit
." str ng odor.
it When these symptoms are pres
t no time should be lost in removing
ou,; Delay may lead to gravel, catari
ry the bliadder, infh~mmation, ,can
elll, stoppage, and sometimes requirirng
re drawing of the nrine with inst ram:
most dangerous stage of kidney t
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roor,.
great discovery of the eminent ki<
RU and bladder specialist, is a poa
b remedy for -nchb diseases. .Its
ret'tat ion is world-wide a.id it is so
;cse.to get at any drug store that no
s. need suffer any length of time
ad want of it.
1 However, if ,in psefer to fir:t
ere erits woniderf'i n'# t. nientioni
t inlNews tad fler.. d aand * e rto'1
fi fieeIKilm' r & Co., Biinginn''.n. N.
foforor a sample bostle an.d bU.k t'
ny, all atu- it, bo'h Ee.t abSoluttely
.17 fby mail.
The Kind You Have Always I
in use for over 30 years, L;
~ and ha
All Counterfeits, Imitations e
periments that trifle with a
Infants and Children-Expe;
What is C
Castoria is a substitute for C:
and Soothing Syrups. It is :
contains neither Opium, Mc
'substance. Its age is its gu:
and allays Feverishness. It
+Colic. It relieves Teething 7
and Flatulency. It assimila
Stomach and Bowels, giving
. The Children's Panacea-Th.
The Kild You 11a
In Use For 0
THC CCNTAUR COMPANY. TT MU
Easily,Quickiy, Permanetry Restoredc
AGNET BT ER1l Senar
ervous Deblity, Lost Vitality. Senir:al I.ASs,
ailing Miemory-the result of Over-workbworr.
Sickness, Errors of youth or Over-i;dulgc:e.
Price 50c. and SI:t 6 boxes S5.
For quick, positive and latrg r esults in' Sex.-'
Weakness. Irotencv. Nervou s Dehality and :
"Vitality, use YELLOW LABEl. SPEC tAL-do::!-:e
strength - wii give strength and tone to every !..:
m and effect :. permanent cure. Cheapest and I. st
loo Pills $2; ny mail.
FREE-i bottle of the famou.; Japanese L. -er
Pellets will be given with a b: bx or mire of . g
ctic Nervine. free. Sold only by
J. J. OBEAR, Druggist,
Winnsboro, S. C. ;
W. A. W.
The registered stallion W. A. W
Iswill be at the stables in rear ol .\r.
Henry Refo's store Friday and Satur
day of each week; balan eof time on
' n (.S old, bay,
he sidire of Nancy. Hankeu, the
ueLn of troiters, and the-.sire of mainy
others of oxtreme speed. -.
Terms, $15.00 to insure marc with
3 oal. For extended pedigree and c,er
d ied record address
JON . MOBLEY,
4.4tilaugl Winnsboro, S C.
It is an easy matter to claim that
a remedy has a wonderful curative
power. The manufacturers of
pleaves it to those who hav e been
ermanentl and poitively cured~
f RHEUMAISM to m aRC
claims. Among those who have
rec~ently written us voluntary let
Sters saying they have been cured
~are: Rev. J. L. Foster, Raleigh,
N. C. Mr. J. E. Robinson, Editor,
rGldsboro, N. C., Daily Argus;
~Mr. A. Daus, a prominent mer
c hant, Macon, Gia., and Mr. W. R.
.Duke, a railroad man, Kansas
RHEUMACIDE WILL CURE YOU.
Mall[Iatare(l b THE BUBBLT DRU
Sold in Winmsboro by McMaster
yCo., and by Druggists generally.
at Price $1 per b)ottle.
In all Conditions of
trjwhether from overwork, in protrac
ng2ted illness, or in convalescence,
riiEthe digestive organs partake of the
-r general weakness, and are unable
E. to assimilate sufficient food to build
eo,up the wasted tissues. In such
rol-is just the nutritive tonic you need.
:It gives tone to the stomach, and
te=stimulates the appetite. It aids the
e =digestion of food, and brings re
r or YANKEE
theFirst Clas f
- - Windkel
1na n.hana w he*1s. all makes,.00 uj.
>ught, and which has been
s borne the signatire of
b Ieca made under his per
ipcrvision since its infancy.
. one to deceive eou in th:';.
.d Substitutes are but E:
id erdanger the healti of
ience against Experime t.
istor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
[armless and Pleasant. It
rphine nor othe~r Narcotic
trantee. it destroys Worms
cures Diarrhoa and Wind
Croubles, cures Constipation
ts the Food, regulates the
healthy and naiuE.l sleep.
? Always Bou"
der 30 Years.
RRA STRCCT. NCWYORK CY.
"WTe have fot.r c^>iir
12 to 4 hours, a.:.::
the I.i?ence of c - -
bottles of Mo? e/o s te..
child cam:, waich
is a str:g, fat andi
heatE?y boy, doing
my -.vork up
towvr:i:n two ourr
air.. This :ini- -
en .is the grad
est reme2dy ever
th msceoadher /
relieves morning 't
Far iehrnd pr
ger o risng c
ttrnar i - the- child IA rer.
thes&~a.a aIcr. them to tc:4.rd. Il
releve 1iron Srieso hact .ac
Itpus llth og 'ey c.'e .w.
a fewr days.
IDrug.~ -''- Mother's Fr:caA for . a S6
The Era.-- -i2 itor Co ,L. ..nlo, G,
send for me& fre- illu .ratedi iok.
- .Ig ..
br almost en
v lueeof CarduI
puts them in
Scan'itiOi. to o their work
perect ,.Tht makes preg
n ancy ess pai.ful, shortens
labor and hastes recoveryafter
child-.birth. Itteips a woman
bear strong hetthy children.
ha lobrouglhappine:s to
thousands of haes barren for
yers A few dos often brings
shudneglect ttry it for this
trouble. It curenne cases out
of ten. All drugsts sell Wine
-of Cardui. $r, per bottle.
For advice in c-a reo*ri. seyda!
directions. addres3 i:a s';mnpt:us.
te"Ladies' Acry Dpatmt." r
r.LOIAEof erson, Ga., says:
sWhen I first t Wine of Cardul
ehad been marl three years, but 9
. oud not have achidren. Nine
E mr.thsiater I ha.no gilILy'
.S..ourset f 3redb
. W. H. Peek-e, wtho
lesy,~ has witout
ibt treated rnd cur
more cases thazany
3 ss is astonishing.
have heard of cases
so years' st nding
ON val1 : a ble
Stie of his asolute cnee to ny sufferers
who mnay rer.d their Pad .r-:cs cadress.
We advise any oneC v a c-' to address
n..mr u 1&E..Ced, I. mYork
d1RRITT. DAVID CRO:KET.
IIERRITT. DAVID CROUKRT
DOUBLE TEAM. DODBLE TEA,ri.
DOUBLE TEAM. DOUBLE TEAM.
STAGE HORSE. RICH and RIPE
RIPE and JUICY. SUHNAPPi.
Also a nice line of Pipes and Smok
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PUR
chased the interest of the estate of F.
Gerig, deceased, in the stock of goods
of Gerig & Seigler, and solicits the
trde of the people of Fai field County.
Plows, Hoes, Haiiess, Sa es,
of all kinds, and ever hing found
in a FIRST-CLASS ARDWARE
The trade of the friends and cus
tomers of Gerig & Seigler is fully ap
preciated, and the undersigned hopes
they may find it to their interests to
continue their business relations with
J. W. SEIGLER.
DyillE RI giehacl adb
Wouln.d ake man st.i his mohr
HON ST AND SQUAEDA
convnce. His C
berin mak ete an man rki meohe
Full Stock of Groceei.s,
as eheap as any house
We try to handle everything the
farmers needs. Give us trade and we
will guarantee priees. We are here to
g0Th e Equitable
SLife Assurance Society
8of the United States.
The management of the
@Equit ab:e Life As turance Society
Sin this ter:icy is desirous of secur
ing the service of a man of char
acter and ability to represent its
interest wnith Winns~boro as head
~qarters. The igh lt man will be
Sthoroughly educa'cd in the scieece
of life insurance and the art of
~*'successful soliciting. 'I here is no
quiiring capitaLl which is moure re
m runerative thavn a life agency
Sconiducted wi lb enuergy and abil
liv. (Corresponidence w ch men
who desii e to secure permanent
eenployment and are ambitions to
attain promnineisce in the proSes..
sio'.i is invited.
W. J. IO000EY, Mgr.,
319-3w itoek hlilt, '.C.
Central Time Between Columbia and Jack
sonville. Eastern Time Between Co
lumbla and Other Points.
Effective March 12, 1399.
- ortlNbonn o. 8No. 36 6
Lv. J'ville, F.C.&P.Ry.. 8 20a 8 00p 18' p
Savannah......... 12 85p '12 09P 8
Ar.Columbia......... 438p 4 45a 7
Lv. Char'ton,SC&GRB. 700 a 5 EOp.
Ar. Columbia....... 1100 .
vnusta, So.By. 240p 980p7..
" Granitevillo ...... 3 09p 10 p p
" Aiken...........- 2 - - p 10 lOp - -S
Trenton............3 3p 11 0Op 8 p
Johnstons........ 3 49p 11 20p 8
Ar. ColumitlnU. dep't. I5 20p 21 ia 8 SO P
Lv Col'bia Bland'g St... 545p 555a 840p
" Winnsboro........ 88p 700a gsp
" Chester ...........7 2 p 747 1017p
" Rock Hill..... 78p 821 p
Ar. Charlotte.........f 8 45p 91i5a 11 84p
SDanville ..........1255 122p 307
Ar. Richmond ........ 600a 625
Ar.Wshingto .755a 905p 945S
BaltimorePa..RB. 9 12 1125p 11 05
Philadelphia.... 85a 205 1p
" New4York........20p 628a 358p
Souhbond.No. 31 No. 33 No. 85
Sonhbond.Exsun Daily. DIl Y.
Lv. New York, Pa. B.B. 12 U0n 8 00p 1215a5
5Philadelphia. 22p 5Pa 68
SBaltimore........48p 755p 29a
Lv. Wash'ton, So. 2y 5 p 920p 1a
Lv. Richmond.......... 1214nt 12 Ol1m
Lv.Danvill.........1210 a 1a 10 . p
A Charlotte........... 8 44 915a 1184p
" BockHill..........25a 1 p 11 4P
Cheaterd.......... 4 54a 95 ...
Winatboro........ 7 15 a 9 0 p 5
Ar l'biaBland'gst... 80a 1125. 1375a
Lv.CColmbaUn dpt 650& 11466 4 00.
Johnstons........1 8 27a 128p 6 00.
" Trenton.......... 8 40 188p 625
Ar. lAke............ 2 2 15p 7 0
"Graniteville.... 9 03a 2 07p 707T.
" Augusta ........... 940 745p 0a
Lv. Wl'tla.S... 5 .0.. 855P 645a
Ar. Charleston..............817p U ODA
Lv. Col'ba..C.&P.y. 5... 10 85 .12.47
" Wvannah..........9 s 07P 508*
Ar. Jacosve........1 740
SL E G AR v....
" Augusa.. . Y.. AND FLO
IDA LiMITED. SC d P nl.Tay.
Pullman Drawing-Room Sieepit Cans. Ob
serrtion and Compartment asnd auDining
Cars rnn gthronghwitont changf biVW5f
St. ugnustine F1., and New York, via 1ia1
son .lle, Savannah, Colmb. Charlotte a d
Washington. Pullman D5a 95a Sl4p
i5rteAu ade ork, con
gwith this tian t Columbia, far the
accommodation of Aususta and kenta1.
Z=O let daily pasnger service btwia
Flo 0 a1and New York.
Nos. 88 and 34-New York and Florida Zn'
press. Drawng-Room Sleeping Cars between
Pullman drawingg roomasleeping carsbetween
Tsmpa. Jacksonviu, Savannah, Washington
and New York.
Pullman Sleeping Cars between Chsrlotte
No. 86 and 6--U. S. Fast Mail. Through
Pullman drawing room buffet sleeping casb&
tween Jacksonille and New York and Pull
man sleeping cars between Augnat$. and Char
lotte. Dining cars serve all meals enroute.
Pullman sleeping cars between Jacksonville
and Columbia, eroute daily between Jackson
ville and Cincinnati, via Asheville.
RANK S. GANNON, J. N. GULP.
Third VP. & Gen Mgr. T. M. Washington.
W. A. TURK. S. ar ObADWIC -
W. P. A.. Washingtca. 0. P. A. Atlanta.
THE EASY RIRIG(
accomodtio n uusaad-se
pT Dawi OT len CasbetWeen
TMma ACkHoNvE,O H a A E , ahinto
Rul anSepnge ofr beWoe r ott
Oldma drawing roMcuffetkein s e
ealeigars aten Auguscnid Char
otte. DiiCrsonene al med no.
FRANKLS.GAN , J.CMOUL , V
WA.f YOUK. IS. HAVE FOC
"JUS RIG "
MAlqwask-e aue ieo
wIEil epopl f Ied.'
TJE ST MOCrlEy.N
M~AHIE OFTHEumAGE, and!
Granting Permission to the Amerieaa
Telephone and Telegraph Comrpun
of South Ca oliua, its Suesessors and
Assigns, to Conatraot, Operate and
Maintain its lines of Telephone and
Telegraph upon, along, over and
under the Highways and streets of
the Town of Winnsboro, Coun$ ef
Bairfeld and State of South Caro"
Section 1 Be it ordained by the Town
Cunneil of Winnsboro, County : -
Fairfield and State of South Carolina,
that the Amercan Telephone and Tele
graph Oompany of South Carolina, its
uncoesors and assigns be, and the
an e is hereby, granted the rigb4
privileg and authority to construct,,
operate and maintain its lines of tuie'
phone and telegraph, ineliding the
uessary poles, wires and fxtures
upon, along, over and under the high.
ways and streets of said town of
Wiunsboro upon the terms and condi
tions hereinafter provided.
Section 2. The said (;omphny shall
establish eonnection in said town with
its lines end maintain same as long as
the net expense of maintaining suob
oonnection in said town does not er
oeed the gross receipts derived these.
section 3. All poles shall be erected
under the direction and supervision of
the Committee on Streets, whieh esm
mittee shall designate the streets os
which such poles shall be erize,
always allowing said Com y: res
sonable facilities for reseh>ng ash
points as its business may requslej
and all streets and sidewalks tbast may
be disturbed or damaged, in the eon
strfction of the sail ines a be
promptly replaced and repaired by the
said Company at its own epee, and
to the satisfaction of the odd _
tee on Streets, and all poles shallbe
neat, fr-mmetrical and so leest4 as
not to interfere with the peblic use of
caid hig'ways or streets.
SPotion 4. Said Company shall be
sa I -et to ordinanees now in force, or
that may be hereafter passed relative
to the use of the public highways or
streets of the said town of Winnsboro.
Section 5, Nothing in this Ordinanes
cootained shall be eonstrned to grant
to the said Company an exclusive:
franchise and the said Town Council
hereby reserves the right to grant.a
like consent to any . otLer company,
person or persons for like purposes.
Section 7. Said Company shall hold
said town free and harmless from all
damages, or claims for. damages, arls
ing by reason of the erection or negli
gent maintenance of said lines.
Section 7. This Ordinance shall be
in force and effeat from and after Its
Done in Council this fth day of
April, A. D. 1899.
[[L. s.] JAB. E. CUAN.
Attesl : JNO. J. NEIL,
4-8 Clerk of.Covnel.
FOR THE UN? CEDENTED PBMC
wsWe will sell on instal
JORDAN & DAVIR
FORTY NICE TENNESSEE AND
KENTUCKY MULF,,S at my stables
in Winnsboro, from three to five years
old. These mules can be bough't cheap
for cash _or on good bankable paper',
payable in the Fall. Come one, come
all who need good mules. I will ez.
change them for broken down mules
or plug mlnneA.
1 also have a fein good Mare.sud a
couple of good Saddle Horses, one
new Two-horse~ Wagon and one good
I also keep on hand a few
and will soil t hrm cheap forceabhor
exchange them for dr" cattle. Aiways
ready ?Qr a traun.
I have engaged Mr. S. B. CRA W
FORD for the seasoni, and he widi be
pleased to see any and all of his m-ay
Winnsboro, S. C.
MONEY TO LOAN
On farming lanidi. Eay payments.
NoJ commnissionls barged. Borro'wer
pays actual est of perfecting loa
lIn. rest 8 per cent.
JOHN B. PALMER k SON,
Colu-obia, S. C.,
or A. S.k& W. D. DOUGL.g