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PUB USEHM TRI- WENLY
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t KS AND HERALD COMPANY.
lrans. IN ADVANCE:
... ear. - - - -3.00
1 tonths. - - 1.50
WINNSBORO, S. C.
.Satarday, April 15, - - 1899
I TEIPLER A F
The Keeley Motor ' faund a suc
cessor.. Charles Tr' ler is reported as
having claimed that three gallons of
liquid air can produced and has pro
duced power enoagh to make ten gal
lons e. If this is true, then the
t sof scientists will be upset, for
peTpetaal motion will be accomplished.
,/The American Machinist (March 23)
-is not inclined to believe the invention
of Tripler. It says:
"Perpetual motion is no more to be
found in liquid air than in anything
els. . . , Although the article (in
McClare's) was evidently prepared
with Mr. Tripler's knowledge and co
operation, it is, after all, most ecvi
deetly" the work of a professional
'writer-up' of newspaper articles
who piles up words with equal facility
apen any subject without ever em
bodying accuracy of statement or re
liability of information. Mr. Trip"er
is made to say: 'I h ve actually made
about ten gallons of liquid air in my
liquefier by the use oc aout three
gallons in my engine. There is there
fore a surplusage of seven gallons that
has cost me nothing, and which I can
use elsewhere for power.' If that is
not perpetual motion, as popularly
understood, ihen we do not know
what it is. It is sufficient say of the
statemsnt thtt Mr. Dickenson, Mr.
Triplet's most trusted assistant, was
compelled to acknowledge, at a recent
meeting of the Franklin Institute, that
the statement was untrue.
"We are by no means disposed to
belittle Mr. Tripler's wonderful work
in the production of liquid air in prac
tically unlimited quantity. He has set
a new hzeppiag-stane for the advance
of physical achiebement. We can not
easily believe from what has been re
vealed that Mr. Tripler sees much
more than any one else of the path
,..- beyond. The talk of the use of liquid
air for the propulsien of steamships
and balloons and similar service is
purely visionary and unwarranted. It
is much to be regretted that Mr. Trip
ier has nowhere given any accurate
information, such as is cert ainly in his
f possession. For instance, it is cer
tainly easily ascertainable how much
*liquid air can be produced by the ex'
* .~~p nditure of a given amount of power.
at j' sti~on can there be to letting
the publhe kno W ' imIfple fact ? In
Sdetermining the possibilities of liquid
air, making all necesa.&lw1~ e
for the crudity of prpent appliances,
this single fa;ct woul give us a trust
worthy idea of the frst cost of liquid
air. Knowing as we do the cubic
~caacity of the air cylinder of Mr.
STripler's -compressor, and accepting
p 'Mr. Tripler's own statement of the
*~- rate at which the liquid air is produced,
it is easily demonstrable. that os air
comprisseit to 1,500 pounds or so, not
one-twentieth of the weight of it is
realized as liquid air. That is, of 2
pounds of air compressed, 19 pounds
of..the .airtare throwu away to satisfy
the cooling conditious, and 1 pour,d ot
liquid air, or less, remains, This
gives an idea of tbe power economy
of liquid air so far as the production
of the liquid is concerned.
"As to the develupmuent of powder
from liquid air, we only know that
Mr. Tripler has used an, unmeasured
quantity of liquid air t:> '-anse a steam
engine to run withou-. d >ing any ap
dreciable or measuredl wo.rk. This
simple experience and a restive im
aginationa seemi to be all the busis for
the promises of the future wide use of
liquid air for power development:. It
Mr. Tripler can give us any precise
information at variancs with the
above., we will gladly welcome it and
aidi in its dissemination."
The possibilities of such an inven
tiQn wil.1 occur to any intelligent read
er. If Tripler ia a frau , it can very
easily be demonstrated I' Keeley
motor fraud was exposed i>y lestig it,
and all frauds can be punctured by a
similar test.
IF we must have a 1.cpublican
President in 1900, we would like to
see Ro3sevelt elected. Of course, we
would prefe.t a Democrat and hope
that one will be elects 3. For a clean,
-honest adiministration free from all
jobbery, Roosevelt would come nearer
to it than any man in tha Re~publican
party. While hejis a Republican, he
is very de.nocratie in his life. He has
proven himself a big man. [He is
bold and brave not only in war, but
in the afflairs of life. How different,
for instance, was his testimony before
the beef commission. Many witnesses
seemed afraid that they would tell
gemething on the administratien. Hie
jold sybat he knew and all be knew.
Roosevelt is one of the biggest men
la the country.
Fo* frost bites, burns, indolen: seres,
eczerna, skin disease, and especially
Piles, DeWitt's Witch Hazcl Salve
stand,s first and beEt. Look out for
dishonest people who try to imitate
and counterfeit it, It's their endorse
Pment'of a good article. Worthlens
goods'are not imitated. Get De Wit t's
Witch Hazal salve. McMast er Co.
A PRAYER.B~Y ROBET LEWIS STET
ENsON(.
In a little book, "Great souls at
S Prsyer," recently issued in L yndon, is
the following prayer- by the late Rob-.
ert Louis Stevenson:
"W#. beseech The, Lord, to behold<
ns with favor, folks of manyr tamilies
ad zations gathered together in the
peace..of this roof, weak men and
womeri subsisting under the covert of|
Thy patience. Be patient still; suffer1t
us yet a while longer-with our broken
Purppsesof good, with our idle en
3eavors against evil-snfer us a while
longer to endure, and (if it may be)
kelp ns to do better. Bless to us our
extraordinary mercies; if the day
come when these must be taken, bra
us to:play the man under affict n.
Be with our friends, be with our ves.
Go with each of us to rest; if any
awake, temper to them the d - hours
of watching; and when a days re
turns, return to us, on sue and com
forter, and call as with morning
faces and with m ning hearts eager
to labor, eager e happy, if happi
nese shall be r portion, and if the
day be;ina ed for sorrow, strong to
endure i Amen,
For Over Fifty Years.
IS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
h'as 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 a'l pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea it
will relieve the poor little sufferer
immediately. Sold by druggists in
every part of the world. Twenty-five
cents a bttle. Be sure and ask fox
"Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,'
a:'d take no other kind. 1-1-17
HARRIS-WYLIE.
Mr. T. S. IIarris and Miss Anna Wylie Mar
rled Yesterday Afternooa--Reception
at Back Creek.
Charlotte Obscrrer April 12th.
Mr. T. S. Harris, of this cit, and
Miss Anna Wylie, of Blaekstock,S. C.,
were married yesterday afternoon at
the home of the bride, in Blackstock,
Rev. J. A. White ofileiated, assisted
by Rev. J. S. Mills. The house was
tastily decorated for the happy oc
casion. Mr. W. B. McGinnis, o
Charlette, was best man, and Misi
Blandie Wylie. sister of the bride,
maid of honor. The other brides
maids were: Misses Josie Black, of
Chester, S. C.; Rachol Cox, of Abbe
ville, S. C., and Miss ,G>y, of Lowres
ville, S. C. The groomsmen were:
Messrs. Robert and Mark Harris,
brothers of the groom ; Mr. Wylie, of
Blackstock, and Mr. W. P. Smith, of
Charlotte. Immediately after the
ceremony the bride and groom tool
the train for Charlot::e, arriving her4
last night. They go to Back Creels
to-daay to attend a reception at tht
groom's father's. The groom is a
pupular and highly esteemed youn;
man. He is a merchant of Nortl
College street, and has a prosperou!
business. His bride is one of the
most attractive young women of
Blackstock. She his many friend.
there, and will make many here. OI
their return from Baek Creek, Mr.
and Mrs. Harris will board at Mrs
M. hW. Cochrane's, on West Fiftl
street.
Happy is the man or woman wh<
can eat a good hearty meal withou
suffering afterward. If you canno
do it, take KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE
It digests what you eat, and cures al
forms of Dyspepsia and Indigestion
McMaster Co.
Assoosate RefarmedZ Presb~yterians.
We have just hsfl a rare pleasure ix
visiting some of the delightful homnet
in White 0Oik: staud Winnsboro. Ix
White Oak we had -the pleasure ej
sojourning with rather and mothei
Patrick and comiqg under the sacred
influen '-f4heir denial and Christiar
elive.plants brigi%n their 'ieme. Ix
the homes of Mr. T. G. Patrick, Mr
S. R. Pat.ric and Mr. R. A. Patrick
we met large families of interesting
children and young people.
In Winnsboro we were honored is
being the guest in the home of Mr.
J. L. Bryson where every momsen
was one of great pleasure. Their 501
James took great interest in the meet,
ing of P'resbytery, being specially
interested in the Friday and Monday
exercises. We hope his interest wilj
continue and that some day he wil
lead in the great work of the church
Here also is the homes of Mr. W.
H. Flenniken, Mr. IR. C. Gooding and
Mr. J. E. McDonald, great pleasurE
was had in renewing tender recollec
tions of a happy past and in forming
acquaintances witti the many young
and beautiful children that gathe i
about these firesides.
Parsni4, Complexion.
It does not require an expert to de
tect the sufferer from kidney trouble.
The hollow cheeks, the sunken eyes,
the dark, puffy circles uder the eyes,
the sallow parsnip-colored complexion
indicates it.
A physician would ask if you had
rheumatism, a dull pain or ache in tbe
back or over the hips, stomach trou
ble, desire to urinate often, or a burn.
ing or scalding in passing it; if after
passing there is an unsatisfied feeling
as if it must be at once repeated, or ii
the urine has a brick dust deposit or
stro~ng odor.
When these symptoms are present,
no time should be lost in removing the
cause.
Delay may lead to gravel, catarrh of
the bladder, inflammation, causing
stoppage, and sometimes requiring the
drawird of the urine with instruments,
or may run into Bright's Disease, the
most dangerous stage of kidney trou
ble
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the
great discovery of the eminent kidney
and bladder specialist, is a positive
remedy for such diseases. Its repu
tation is world-wide sad it is so easy
to get at any drug store that no one
need suffer any length of time for
want of it.
However, if you prefer to first test
its wonderful mecits, mention the
News and Herald and write to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.,
for a sample bottle and book telling
all about it, both Eent absolutely free
by mail.
CEATACTER IN THE THUMB.
Farm, Furnace anzd Factory.
"If yvou will allow me the Hibern
icism," said a young lady of observa
tion, "I would like you to note for
sie that the true index finger is the
thnmlb. I (do not mean that from the
length of ite phalana,es yon ein find
yut whether there is a blonde divinity
>r a brunette fate awaiting you, or
~hat from its spatulated or oval nail I
~an tell whether you like pictures or
iorse races-all that sort of digital
ojuring I leave to thbe palm mys
icists. But what I do mean is that
be thumb is a remarkable indicator
>f the owner's bodily and ment;al con
lition.
"The new-born babe holds its
humbs in the parm of its hsnd,
:inched in i :& -i tw lie', itd it is only
vhtu ;lhe wind an-i boh 1b h xpand
hat it taikes its thumbs out a'nd holds
hem up as independent organs. What
Lenp connestinn there may be hetwecn
-t
The Kind You Have Always Bo
in use for over 30 years, ha
and has
sonal sul
Allow no
All Counterfeits, Imitations an
periments that trifle with an
Infants and Children-Experi(
What is Cl
Castoria is a substitute for Cas
and Soothing Syrups. It is H
'contains neither Opium, 1Iorl
'substance. Its age is its guar
and allays Feverishness. It ex
Colic. It relieves Teething Tr
and Flatulency. It Assimilate
Stomach and Bowels, giving I
The Children's Panacea-The
CENUINE CAST
Bears the Si,
The Kild You Havi
In Use For Ov
INE CCNTAUR COMPANY. 77 MURRI
this fact and our simian ancestry I can
not say. Let mothers watch their
children's thumb's, and if they stick
out boldly it is an unfailing indication
of good health and aggressive dispo
sition, while they hare a tendency to
seek the shelter of the fingers it means ,
feeble health and subservient will.
Ju't notice the thumbs of your tl
friend, now, and you will see the same;
relations between their posture and D
the man's constitution of mind and cl
body, The weak man's thumb is is
weak and pendant, the strong man'a h
thumb is strcag and erect. The par- l
allelism 13 so marked that you can tell
from a glance at a man's thurbs
whether he is an aimless thinker or a
man who carries his ideas or somebody i:
else's into action. P
It may be treachery to my sex, but
I don't mind telling you that it will be
a good thing for you fellows to mark
well the thumbs of the ladies of your
choiee. If the gir's thumb, be it ever
so prettily rosy, has a tendency to
stand at right angels to the hand-!
Well, the gray mare will need a bit,
that's all; while if it lies bt or droops
a little you can count on marital sub
mission to the mister mind, and that's
SWith the waning of the powers of
frame and brain comes the depression,A
I had almost said the recession of the
thumb, and whether in senility or a
idiocy the thumb is always turned in. [t
And then, when you turn your face to t
the wall and know no more summer's re
heat or winter's sold, those that stand I
about you and say 'Well, poor old
chap, he's gone at last,' will find that
you have tucked your thumbs aw iyin
the shelter of your hands, jus. as you g
had them when you were a little baby'." a
Bears the Te (n You Hate Always Bought
Signature
VIG.!RE
Enily, Quickly, Permanentiy Restored
INET]IC NEgVINE Mi-nart
\erl.ous Debi t) Lost Vitity Seirnal Losses
r quck posv ni ~astine results in Sexual
Vtali. use YELLO LAE SBEcl L-doubl
oo Plls S2: ny ;ail.
FREE--^ bottle of tbc famous j:p.nese Lt--er
Pelets will be given with a ir inx or :.;re ofM -
netic Ner'ine. irec. Sold caly by
J. J. OBE AR, Druggist,
Winnsboro,S. C.3j
I AT COST
---I IIAVE
--24 : S t
Silver-Plated Table Spoons,
easpoons and Medium Forks
hat I will sell at
Cost for Cash.
To letter them, at cost prices,
vill be THREE CENTS PER
ETTER.
Come and see them.
C. M. CHANDLER1
Perfect Health. I
Keep the system in perfect or
er by the occasional use of
utt's Liver Pills. They reg
late the bowels and produce
A Vigorous Body.
or sick headache, malaria, bil- e
ousness, constipation and( kin- j |
dred diseases, an absolute cure -
1TTT'S L iver DH LLS A
ught, and which has been
> borne the signature of
been made under his per
>ervision since its infancy.
one to deceive you in this.
L Substitutes are but Ex
I endanger the health of
,nce against Experiment.
STORIA
tor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
armless and Pleasant. It
>hine nor other Narcotic
ntee. It destroys Worms
tres Diarrhoea and Wind
oubles, cures Constipation
s the Food, regulates the
Meaithy and natural sleep.
Mother's Friend.
DRIA ALWAYS
nature of
Always Bought
r 30 Years.
NYSTRCT. N[W YORK CITY.
A Wife Says:
"We have four childrc-, With the first
ire I suffered almost unbearabL pains from
to 14 hours, and t) bc pwccd undet
kc influence of ch:orocrm. I used ihree
tttes f Mother's Friend before our last
iid came, which
a otro g, fat and
:ahy boy, doing
:y ousework up "
w w!!in .two hours
rc,ibutafewh.rd -
Thi- lini
t rerm:dy eve
Mother's
Frend\
f% or every woman what it did for the
[innesota mother who writes the above let
r. Not' it during pregnancy is a
istake to paid for in p.:. and suffering.
rof,.r's iedequips the patient with a
rng bo and clear intellect, which in
i are imparted to the child. It relaxes
C muscles an allows them to expand. It
lievs morning sickness and nervous
puts all the organs concerned in perfect
>ndition for the final hd.er,so thaitI?!c actual
bor is short and practically painkcss. Dan
tr of rising er hard breasts is altogether
roided, and recovery is merely a matter ol
few days.' -
)rags r~ Moher's Friend fzor St a bottle.
send for our frce illus.rated buck.
~Mothers!
1.E discom
. forts and
child-stcan
1~amost en
WheofC~ru
r et.i eve s.ex
p_eccant moth
ers. It gives
tonetothegen
itaI rgane, and
putem in
can I~tion to do their work
perfectl1y. That makes preg
lespainful, shortens
1 boand1iastensrecoveryafter
cbid.irtl.It helps a woman
bear strong healthy children.
has also brought hpiest
thuads of homes barren for
?es.A few dosesoftenbrings
t-vighearts thtlong
for a d. itig baby. No woman
should neglect to try it for this
trotible. It cures nine cases out
of ten. All druggists sell Wine
of Cardtii. $r.co per bottle.
of Jefferson, Ga., say's:
"Whn I first took Wine of Cardul
we bh en ared three years. ut
.jfrlh ada fla girl baby."
Iref. W.N. Peeke, who
1 makes a specialtQ of4
ed more cases than any
sci isP astonishing.
b We have heard of cases
puhlIIshes
of his absolute ue free to say sufferr
ay seand their Po. and Ex pes address
...EE...4ed.St, NewYoss
PRICANA wflI eure Costipation andI
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PUR
hased the interest of the estate of F.
lerig, deceased, in the stock of goods
f Gerig & Seigler, and solicits the
r-de of the people of Fairfield County.
lovs, Hoes, lames, adges,
Futig LIlieNets
)f all kinds, and eTerything fuuno
n a FIRST-CLASS HARDWARE
STORE.
The trade of the friends and cus
omers of Gerig & Seialer is fully ap
)reciated, and the undersigned hope
hey may find it to their interests Iv
entinue their business relations with
urn.
J. W. SEIGLER.
THE OLD
DDINT WOOL
Cuwies to the Froit MA11.
HE IS A HUSTLER IN THE
grocery line-buys and sells
more goods for CASH than any other
store in town. He believes in
Qiok Sales aud SMall Profits1
HONESTY AND SQUARE DEAL
ING is his motto. If you want FINE
GROCERIES give him a call and be
convinced. His
Porto Rico Molasses,
Hot Biscuit
and Butter
Would make a man strike his mother.
JUST TRY SOME.
J. kCAII1 & CO.
FOR SALE.
IRISH POTATOES,
25c. per peck.
GERMAN MILLET,
GOLDEN'
and'
WHITE DENT CORN,
CATTAIL MILLET,
AMBER
and
ORANGE CANE SEED.
A full supply of
BEANS
and other
GARDEN SEED.
W. AW.
The registered stallion W. A. W
will be at the stables in rear of Mr.
Henry Refo's store Friday and Satur
lay of each week; balance of time on
the farm. He is seven years old, bay,
with black points. Has good bone
md muscle; no blemish or defect. He
s kind in disposition and a perfect
'oadster. His sire is the celebrated
Red Wilkes, His damn, Betsy Baker,
was sired by Dictator, who was the
ire of Jay-Eye-See, 2.10, of Director,
L07, of the invincible Directum, 2.C4,
he grandeire of Nancy Hlanks, the
jneen of trotters, and the sire of many
>thers of extreme speed.
Tcrms, $15.00 to insure ware with
bal. For extended pedigree and cer-,
led record address
JOHN G. MOBLEY,
4.4-tilaugi Winnsboro, S C.
The Equitable
Life Assurance Society
of the United States.
The management of the
Equit ab!e Life Assurance Society
in this territy is desirous of secur
Sing the service of a man of char,
acter and ability to represent its
Sinterest with Winnsboro as head.
quarters. The right-mwan will be
Sthoroughly educated in the sciene
Sof life insurance and the art of
successful soliciting. 'There is no
Sbusiness or profession not re
quiring capital which is more r
ma2nerative than a life agency
conducted with energy and abil
ity. Correspon:dence with men
wh eire to secure permnaniet [
emnploymentl and are ambitions to!I
attain prominence in the profes
sivis invited.
W. J. itODOEY, Mgr.,
:3-19-Sin Rock huhl, S. C.
BICYCLES)1)"
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Effective March 12, 1899.
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a4Richmond.
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ville and Cincinnati, via Asheville.
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Third V-P. & Gen. Mgr. T. M.. Washingto.
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"HOUUOLD"
THE MOST MOD.niRN SEWING
MACHLNE 0OF THE AGE, EM
BRACING ALL OF THE
LATEST IMPROVE
MENTS.
Unequaled for
Durability,
Range of Work,
andlSimplicity.
Old Sewing Machines taken in ex
change.
Dealers wanted in noccupied terri.
tory. Correspondence solteited.
Address,
J. HI. DERBYSHLIRE,
GEn3RAL AGoT,
EBL BU1LDIING. B(CHMOND, VA
Don't Worry
ic
WH AT YOU WILL H AVE FOR
your next meal. C
JUST RING 71
ad year worry will be over. You
can find everything you waut in a
Alas epa ieline ofj
FRUIT
and
VEGETABLES
and
BAKER'S BREAD.
Give me a "ring-np" and your order
rl be promptly filled
J S. McCarley. ~
FRCN um-'n cmRemamn and!,
-..taes= resmm.
An Ordinance
iranting Permission to the Atneriean
Telephone and Telegraph Company
of South Carolina, its Sussesoe and
Assigns, to Construct, Operate and
Maintain its lines of Telephone and
Telegraph upon, along, over and
under the Highways and $treets of
the Town of Winnsboro, (ounty of
Pairield and State of Mouth Caro
lina.
Section 1 Be it ordained by the Town
'cneil of Winnsboro, County of
rairfirld and State of South Carolia,
hat tme Amercan Telephone sad Tele
traph Company of South Carolina, Its
ncoe-sors and assigns be, and the
ame iN hereby, granted the right,
)ritilrga and authority to construCt,
>perate aud.maintain its lines of tele
,hone ai telegraph, including the
.et. an poles. wires and fitutes
tpon, a'ong, over and under the bigh
W?av4 and streets of said town of
Wii.nsbiro upon the terms and coudi
ions hereinatter provided.
St ction 2. The said Compapy shall
'stablish connection in said town with
to lines end maintain same as loeg as
he net expense of maintslisg sash
onnection in said town does not er
weed the gross receipts derived thete
'rom.
Section 3. All poles shall be erectbd
ander the direction andsupervision of
he Committee on Streets, whle colp
mittee shalt designate theistrlss upon
which such poles shalla!be erestds.
aiways allowing said Ce y r>'
onable facilities for ru ag st4ah
points as its business may regaie;
md all streets and sidewalks that may
be disturbed or in the on
trnstion of the saif ies, shall be
promptly replaed and repaired by the
said Company at its own expense, Sad
0o the satiefaction of the said Commit.
ee on Streets, and all poles..sh#ll be
scat, - mmetrical and so bested as
sot to iiserfere with the public use of
aid higrAways or streets.
Seetion 4. Said Company shall be
mi j -ct to ordinasees now in foras, or
that may be hereafter passed' relative
to the use of the public hi wa s or
streets of the said town of WlnAo'ro.
Seetion 5, Nothing in this Ordinssee
wetained shall be eonstrued to grant
to the said Company an exclusive
franehise and the said Town Conei!
bereby reserves the right to grant a
like seonsent to any otLer company,
person or persons for like purposes. .
Section 7. Said Company shall hold
said town free and harmless fom all
amages, or claims for damages, ads
ing by reason of the erection or negli
gent maintenance of said lines.
Sestion 7. This Ordinance shall be
in force and effeat from and after es
passage. -
Done in Council this dfhh day of
April, A. D. 1899.
EL. s.] JAS. E. COU$
. Inledant.'
Attest: JNO. J. NEIL,
4-8 Qlert kfCouspil
- FOR A
-We offer the
Celebrated -
Hartford*.
Bicycles (aiS)
FOR THlE UNPRECEDENTED PRICE
---F
t.$27 00.
SUPPLY LIMITED.
W'We will sell onl instal
nients.
JORDAN & UAVia
hORE, IA,
MULES.
JUST ARRIVED
FORTY NICE TENNESSEUiAND
3?NTUCKY MULES at my stables
ni Winnsboro,, fr.om t)iree to five1years
Id. These mules can be banght pheap
or cash or on good bankable paper,
syable in the Fall. *Come one,.come
11 who need good mules. I 'will ex
hange them for broken down mules
r plng mules..
I also have afew g'ood Maree mada
ouple of good Saddle Horses; one.
ew Two-horse Wagoin and one ?ooa
econd-band Btggy..
I[also keep on hand a feW
MILOH COWS
nd will sell them cheap forebI ot
[change them fo'r dry cattle. 1Alway
redy ror a trade.
I have engaged Mr. S. B. CRAWa
ORD for the season, and be pill be
leased to see any and all of his mar
Ienda.
A. WILLIFORV
Winnsboro. S. C.
MONEY TO LOAN
On rarming lanud-. 'Easy y
Scolmmise ions b.arged. Bowo
vs actual e"st of perfecUngklos.
terest 8 per cent.
JOHN B. PA LMER &SON.,
Columbia, S. U.,
or A. S. k W. D. DOUGL&I

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