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WfNNSBORO, S. C.
.. ' day, October 28, - 1899
THE READING OF GOOD BOORs.
Dr. James H. Carlisle has contrib
tited the following article to the
Late Sumbers of The Spartan have
had articles specially addressed to
boys aufyoung inen in the city. The
Spartan has more readers in Spartan
barg county than in Spartanburg city.
Time, opportunity, good books. and
character are as valuable and attain
able in the country as in the great
Let w4 hear what a fim->us preacher,
who has liyd for many years in
Londodi, has to say about the ;rivi
leges of country people in England.
Dr.-Joseph Parker, when speaking of
Paul's visit to the little, out-of-the-way
place, Berea, says:: "It i, qnite pc.s-i
ble that tbere way be more reading,
of a solid and instructive kind. in a
little countfy town, a Western Berea,
th,.n in the immeasurable Baby!on.
The metropolitan, of course, feels, hat
he is entitled by some subtle and in
expressible anthority 0 sneer It po
p!e who live in 'the country.' He has
a gift !of small sneering. But the
Bereans were more noble than the
metropolitans. When men do give
the:nscives to reading in the country
they have more time for it; their mimds
are not distracted and vexed by com
peting claims. * * * There can
be, however, great ignorance, even i2
Beres. Probably there is hardly a
more ignorant man to be found on the
face of the earth than an agricultural
laborer. who is determined not to
read. You ought to turn your ob
scurity into an ally of your education.
* * * *Every locality has its ad
vantage. In the metropolis we have
friction, continual motion, man sharp.
ening man by daily colli-ion, and in
the country we have the opportunity
of profound cultivation, because of the
time, which is at our disposal. Let
us not complain of oar circumstances,
bat rule them, sanctify them and every
sphere of life will afford an oppor
tunity for intellectual and spiritnal ad
Now, coming back to our own
"o et in, rad .the lines, which,
ve aws, hvebowers,
The lark is my morning alarmer ;
So jolly boys, now.
Here's God-speed to the plow,
Long life and success to the
Turning now from poetry to prose,
what good work have you country
young people, boys and girls, young
ment and young women, cut Out for
long winter evenings. (Let the wor d
"young" in this sentence be made to
include all persons born at any time
in the present century.) Golden even
ings and hours will pass in midwinter.
Wood is abundant. Before your com
fortable dfires. you may read talk and
think with fine effect. Sometimes a
book in each hand may be best. Again.
one book in the hatid of a good reader~
(does every family surely furnish one
good reader?) will give e"methicg for
aill the circle so enjof. The book
need no', always be a ne w one. An
old book. re-read may be r.--niosyed.
Fill the minds and memories of thc
children with choice extracts or poetry
and prose. Let no really hurtfni boot
or newspaper ever come into the house,
unless it is on its way to the fireplaca !
Pent see to it that there are some good
books,-however few, in reach, and see
that they are read. Arrange now for
rome good reading in lhe long winteri
evenings. JT. Hi. C.
. One of the best thinsgs L.aih d
mirable advice is that it, e in be so
easily adopted. Kever before in the
world~bave good. books been so cheap.
We don't-refer to the five cent yellow
baclk datedtivre stories or the "penny
dreadfuls" that are leading our youth
to Inanlijity, but standard works that
are admired the world over. -Take the
catalogue of John Wanamnaker, Phila
delphia, or aMontgomery Ward & Co.,
or A. Flanaghan, Chicago, or any
other of the kind, and you will be I
amazed at the cheapne~ss of good.
books bound in cloth, in fair ty pe and
decent paper. Here for instance as an
instance of special cheapness are
twenty admirable works, in cloth, all
for .three glollars, most of them clas
lics, with two dollars added for' eepa-,
rate post age. In ease they are ordered
in a lot by express the cost wonuld be
much less than two dollars.
Black Beauty, By Pike and Dyke,
ckns' Child's History of England,
Doeerslayer, The House of the1
fIvanhoe, Kenilworth, Last Daya
peli, Last ofithe Mohicans, The -
dr lgrim's Progress, The
, .S::ottish Chiefs, The'
*from Shakspeare, Tom
Sehsoldays at Rugby;,
*White Company, With
ered by Montgomery
party of young pee
or country, by se
hip of twenty at
ece "ean purchasel
yea circulating I
are jientioned :
an I Tom Brown at Rugby, while not
historical are the noblest specimens ox
either. kind. No doubt our local
dealers would be able to supply these
classics books cheap. Of course a
still better copy could be secured at a
somewhat higher price. But for those
who do uot care to pay more these
will be satisfactory. We hope our
readers will put Dr. Carlisle's advice
THE DISPENSARY TO DATE .
The dispensary volcano shows no
sign of cessation of activity. Er:ip
tions and clouds of ashes and smoke
continue at regular interv3ls and fresh
territory is daily invaded. The situa
tion at this writing is as Ifollows:
Judge Aldrich has overruled the de
murrer of-the Attorney General and
ordered that the dispensary board shall
present to him, on the 28th, all the
affidavits and reports on which Mr.
Douthit was removed from the office
of commissioner. Messrs. Williams
and Boykin, the minority of the board,
made a separate return, setting forth
that in their opinion Mr. Douthit had
been removed without having been
allowed any adequate defence. They
give what they think is the true record
or the proceedings of the board on the
day Mr. Douthit was removed. He
denied having marked X whiskey with
XXX labels, explaining that the board
had purchased a remarkably fine lot
of whiskey at a bargain, and that as
it was better than the regular XXX he
marked it with that label. So fine was
the sample that Mr. Haselden took the
bottle home for the use of his father.
Mr. Doutkit explained the substitution
of one kind of liquor for another of
equal value, and denied that he had
ever unlawfully taken or sold contra
band stuff. He explains that the al
legeJ amount of liquor seized by the
constables dces not arrive in Colum
bia. Barrels, kegs and jags have a
tendency to leak. In some cases they
are flUed w'ith water. As Douthit had
no key to, the contraband room, and as
he never went there except in com
papy, be- thinks he can easily dispel
the chars-e that he bas been stealing
the liqor. Messrs. Williams and
Boykin say they have no zeal in the
matter, but believe that a man ought
not be turned out withont a decent
trial. If Mr. Douthit is guilty they
will be ready to discharge bim. le is
an officer who is appointed by the
State Board of Control subject to con
firmation by the Seute, and when
cofirmed he becomes a regular State
r. not removable in a summary
? imxs tho.t he has not mounted his
thirteen-inch terror' Tbis is withheld
untii ho succeeds in drawing the one
Im!s's fire again. Mr. Ouzis furnishes
two private letters sent to him from
Marion Cmnty-. The first says that
the express office at Sellers is always
receiving barrels, casks, jugs, &c., of
liquor for Mr. Haselden. "Although
!e is doing hi<' very best to drink it all
up himself" it is too much of a job.
Teeoeyoung men are made drunk,
and even old men go home c"as full as
the proverbial fiddler's bitch." This
Mtarion .correspondent is of the opinion
that Mr. Haselden keeps a free blind
iger, which is a great uisance and
mnenace.- Another correspondent says
that Mr. Baseldeni has a choice assort
ment of liquors in decanters marked
"Haseiden's Choice," "Hlaselden 's
Night Cap," "aseld3en's Dewey Eve,"
&c.. &c. Messrs. Baselden. Miles
and Robertton have not yet had their
-We offer no apology for taking up
so mxach space i'n reporting the dispen
sary muddle. The people of the State
are dleeply interested in the matter.
Tlhey are not willing that an institu
11.,9 framed, as alleged for a great
mcrai purpose, sball become a mere
vehicle~ of fraud, theft and drunken
ness. Whether it is in danger of be
coming such a nuisance can only be
judged by ihe charges and counter
charges of thoss in control. At pr:s
cut the dlispensary is showing up in an
exceedingly bad light. The mere fact
that there is possibility ct' such corrn p
as is alleged will stagger a good many
who believe in the plan. Much, of
courso, is exaggeration?. But how
moeb is true? Possibly the hearing
before Judge Aldriah will furnish
some criterion for jndging.
Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of
Wa bita, L. T. Hie writes: "Four
bottles of .Electric Bittters has cnred
Mrs. Brewer of scrofulh, which had
ased rter gre'at suffering for years.
Terrible sores would break out on her
bead and face, and the best doctors
culd give jso help; but her cure is
omplete and her health is excellent."
T'his shows what thousands have
prove,-tbat Electric Bitters is the
est. blood parider kn-nn. it's the
supreme rensedy fr eczems, tetter,
salt 'henm, alcers, boils and runnir-g
ores. It stimniates' liver, kidneys and
owels, expels poisont, helps'digestion,
bilds up the strength. O)nly 50cents.
Sold by McMaster Co,, drnggists.
Mrs George Ligon, of .Ahester, is
risiting her sister, Mrs. T. F. Curlee,
For Tnfats and Children,
The Kind Yen Havo Always r
in use for over 30 Years,
All Counterfeits, Imitations a
periments that tri~f with a
Infants and Caildren--Expxe
What is C
Castoria is a sibstitute for C
and Soothing Syrups. It is I
contains neither Opium, 31o
substance. Its age is its gu1
'and allays Feverishness. It
Colic. It relieves Tecthing I
'and. Flatulency. It assimila1
.Stomach and Bowels, giving
The Children's Panacea-Th
Bears the .
The Kild Youll Ha
In Use For 0,
THE CCNTAUR COMPANY. 77 V-U
Rev. R. B. Turnipsee , secopn icd
by Mr. Edward Andrews, of L -i,
Richlaxd county, spent severa! days
in tihe Greeribriar neighborhood visi.
ing relative; and friends.
MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR
Regulates the Livee, Stomach, Boweis and
For bi iusness, cons.ipation ard
For in tigestion, sick and r,ervou;
For sleeple-s:-cs;, inervousnes and
For fever, chills. debility and kidney
diseases, take Lemon E!xir.
Ladies, fur natural and thorough
organic regulatiou, take Lemon Elixir.
Oc and $1 bottles at druggists.
Prepared only by Dr. Hi. Moziey,
S -y ,r. Mfoziey's Lemon E'lixia,
and am noiv a well man.
REY. C. C. D~iTIS.
Eld. M. E. Church South, *
No. 28 TatnalU St., Atlanta, Ga.
A Prominent Mlemphian Writes
DR. H. MOZLEY, Atlanta:-Uaving
been a great sufferer for three years
scom indigestion, and been treated by
many physician;. who failed to give
me any relief. Continuing to grow
worse my brother advised me to try
Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir, which
remedy he had used for several years.
I commenced its nse, and must say
that your Lemon Elixir is the greatest
medicine on earth. I have never suf
feredi a day since I commenced using
Lemon Elixir. R1. L Rocco.
206 Hernando St., Memphis, Tenn
This is tn ctrtifyr that I used Dr.
Mozley'% Lemon Elixir for neuralgia
of the head and eyes with thie most
marked bendfit to my general healthb.
[ wonki gladly have paid $500 for the
relief it has given me at a cost of two
or thrce do!!ars. H. A. BEALL.
lerk Superior Court, Rlandoiph Co.,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIEI E
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Ssan L. !DesPodes and William L. Des
Port:s ais Fa.ecntors of RI. S. DesPortes.
deceasedi. vs. W. J. Hlagood, batlie D.
Hagood and W. ;a. Keenan.;
iN pursnance of older of the Court of
L Common Pleat mace in the above
tated case, I will on'er for sale before the
aCurt House doo: ini Wiunsboro, S. C., on
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
ext, wlhin the legal hiours of sale, at
ublic outery, to 1-.e highest bidd~er, the
foilowieg described property, to wit:
All that certain piece, parcel or tract of
mad lying, being and situate in the
ounty, of Fairfield and S'ate aforesaid,
WO HUNDRED AND TIRTY-TWO
mre C:lecss. and bounded on teic north
y lands 'f the estate of Mrs. sSarah Cen
r, '.n the east by lands of Gracie
lagood, on the south by lands of Hlix
[agood, and on the west by lands of J. W.
[as. TEEiMt5OF SALE.
One half cash, the balance on a credit of
)Oe year with interest from day of sale, j
cured by bond of purchaser and inort
sge of the premises, with insurance by a
e purchaser of the house on the said lot ;
vithi the privilege to the purchaser of pay- a
g all cash- t
R. H JENNINGS.,
Oct. 14, 3899. C. C. P. F. C. ~
THE UNDERSIGNED GIVES NO- 0
ce that he makes Waaons and Bag- s
jes, and does all kind of repairing. i
lso keeps on hand at all times a fullI a
sortment of Coffins, all sizes and P
rices, and solicits the patronage of all.I
H. B. LINDLER, ' y
10 25w3 Peak, S- . - a:
0 one to deceive . C
rd SubstitutV- 1r
nd en~da!1ger th-2 Ieal
stor Oil, Paregoric, Drovs
larmless and Pleasant. It
rphine nor other Narcotie
rantec. It destrcys Worms
cures Diarrhoa and Wind
'roubles, cures Constipatic-a
:es the FOod, rVeguiates the
hea.hy and natur Z
OR I A 0 1 . cUa.
SMTT FSU C AP.MN
CTF OT iCP(~.
COURT OF COMMON 1'L AS.
'The H ome atvin a o.; o 01n3
I N pursuance of an order of ';0 .o
of Common Picas, made'in the abo
stated case, I will offer for ale, o t
I Court House door in Wiansboro, S. C.,
FIRST MONDAY IN' NOV-! BER
next, within the legal hou-rs oF sle.
public outcry, to the hIghe. t bider, t
following describcd property. t: wit:
"All that certain piece, parcel or tra
of land lying, being and situate in ti
County and State afores-id, - i-nh
more or less, bounded by laaids of 0.
IBoney, lands of Wooten, by other lands
F ir ad hv lands
, 89,a being 'part of
t ract of one hiuud:cd and seventy-ti
acres, more or less. couveted to, :he sa
Fan:.ie E. Hlarmon' b'.::$Enuel W. Boo
hart bydeed dated 2n.l--June, A. D). 18
recorded in Book Zr Z . in '-lie
R. M. C. for Fair!ilid County.'
TERs OF s.\LE.
One-third of the purchase r aaley to 1
paid in cash on the day of sale, tbhbalan
in two equal annual instalmenIt, wi
interest from the day -of sale, to b' secn
by the bond of purcha-era a-d mo :gage
premises, or for all cash at optica of pa
chaser, the purchaser to pay for all nece
sary papers and recording of same.
R. HI. JENNINGS,
Oct. 14, 1899. C. C. P. E. C.
STA~ -,(F 'S)UTII CAROLINA,
COCN'iY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF CO.MMON PLEAS.
The American Freehold- Land Mortgag
Company of London Limited vs. Willia:
H. Rluff. Silas WV. Rluff and thie Loa
and Exchange Bank.
I N pursuance cf an order of the Cou
of Commr~on Pleas, nmade in the abos
stated case, I will bifer for sale, before tl:
Court IHouse Cioor in Winnsboro, S. C
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBR
next., within the legal hours of sale,
public outcry, to the highest bidder. tb
following described proper'cy, to wit:
First. All that parcei or land lyin!
b iug and situate in the County a; d Stat
more or less;, separated from ihe house a
lome tract by H~olmues Creek, b)oundedl b;
ads of John Curry. Mr?. Rebecca O'Nea.
IomMartin and Wade Blerndcn, whic:
ii. reel is called Montgomery.
Second. All -that parcel of lanid lying~
eng and situate in the County and St at
oresaid, known as the Gin house tract
ONE I1UNDR~ED ACRES,
nore or loss. bounded by public r ad lead
ng to Jenkinsv'ille, by land of Ur. Mc
iekin. by old road bed or estate A Wy
le Yarborough, now belonging 1., Glenn
his tract being separated from: the house
rat or H~ome tract by the pull roal
eading to Jenkinsville.
Third. All that parcel of humr i.ling
eing and situate in the County a::l State
foresaid, knownu as the Ilouse r om
NE IUTNDRtED AND) FORTY-YkE
ore or less, bounded by public read run
dg from Long Run to Jenkinsvilie, by
[olmes Ceek. which .-eparates it fr omn the
ontgomery tract, by lands of !:. Mc
cekin, andl of Wade Iiern.don. .Jr. The
ids of the highest bidders for s il.pa
ete tracts ti be accepted by thet said Clerk
oditionally, that is apon condit:io that
e premises when sald as one entire tract
s hereinafter directed shall bring less
in the aggregate of the' amounts 'f the
ighest bids for the tracts so effere d sepa
~tely. And when ali of said separate
racts or parcels have been offered for sale
d knocked down to the highe.: hidders
~erefor condlitionallv as above se tforth,
e said Clerk shall otter the entir. ei
s made up of said rareelsn mue.::
single entire troc:. ~If the- 'nare-:ate of
ec amounts (f the h':het bid. bid for
id parcels oflered sepaatevysxali ere
c a'nount bid for tho entire precise as
whole, tl:en the said Cierk' upr~r com
ance with the terns of sah sha exe
te to each of '.ie iiesp~ctive puriayer
r said scpara'e parcis a deed for :ho
-eels so separate~y sold. But if the
aount i~d for the euire premises en
asse as a single trac~t shall exceed the
pregate of the amounts of the highest
s offered for the said p:emiscs as con
tionally sola in seperate tracts, then the
id Clcrk shall execute a deed to the I
itire premises to the lhghest bidder, upon
oliance wit thn ternms of sale, andc
arat~e parcels :tiered I
e money to be
day of sale, with interest from the day of
sal, at eight per cent per annuw, to be
secured by the bond of the purchaser and
a ir ortgara of 11, premises, or for all cash
at the opsi.. purchaser. The pur
chaser to pay for all necessary papersand
R. H. JENNINGS,
Oct. 14, 189)C. C. P. F. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CA&OLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The American Freehold Land Mortgage
Company. Limited, vs. W illiam R. Me
Cormick, A. F. Ruff and W. II. Ruff.
IN pursuance of an order of the Court
J of Common Pleas, made in the above
stated case, I will offer for sale, bofoie the
Court House door in Winnsboro, S. C., oN
FIRST MONDAY IN iOVEMBER
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
puelic outcry, to the highest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
"All that certain piece. parcel or ti act
of land, lying, being and situate on Ro
chelle Creek, in Township No. 5, of the
County of Fairfieid and State of South
TyWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY-ONE
AND ONE-HALF ACRES,
more or less, and bounded on the north by
lands of James Jones; on the south and
east by lands of David .1. Means; and on
the west by lands of Philip 31. Cohen."
TERMS OF SALE:
One-third of the purchase money to be
paid in cash on the day of sale, the bal
ance in two equal annual instalments from
the day of sale, with interest from the day
of sale;.to be secured by the bond of the
purchaser and mortgage of the premiseq,
or all cash at the option of the purchaser.
I Purchaser to pay for all necessary papers
and recording of same.
R. H JENNINGS,
October 11, 1839. C. C. C. P. F. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFI'LD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The Fairfield Loan and Trust Company
va. Andrew Y. Milling, W. L. Slater,
W. J. Meyer and John E. Wade, as co
partners under the firm name of Slater,
" Meyer & Co.. E. A. Beall, J. U. Norris
and D. C. Cooner, as copartners under
the firin name of Beall, Cooner & Co.,
and Robert F. Williams Company.
TN pursuance of an order of tha Court
of Commen Pleas, made in the above
stated case, I will offer for sale, before the
Court House door in Winsboro, S. C., on
s- FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next, withih tho legal hsurs of sale, at
r public outcry, to the nighest bidder, the
rt following described property, to wit:
"e 'All that certain tract of land, lying,
e being and situate in the county and State
>n aforesaid, containing
THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY
at Acres, more or less, bounded on tho north
t by lands of Mrs. Lorena E. Maefle and
L. H. Milling, east by lands of William
Timms und Mrs N. K. Rabb; south by
t lands of Mrs. N. K. Rabb and R. Y. Lem
mon; west by lands of W. R. Rabb and
John M. Lemmon. The tract of land here
by intended to be conveyed being the same
B. tract conveyed to said Andrew Y. Miilling
of by W. H. Kerr, C. C. P., 4th November,
. .i purchas3
b' paid i-n cash on the day of sale, the bal
aance on a credit of one and twoye8rs, in
a equal annual instalments, with interest
Jfrom the day of sale at the rate of eight
er cent per annum, payable annually, to
- be secured by the bond of the p)urchlaser
and a mortgage of the premises; or all cash
at the option of the purchaser. Purchaser
to pay for all necessary papers and record
ing of same and for all necessary revenue
Resap.I. H.. JENNINGS,
hOctober 14, 1899. (.. C. C. P. F. C.
ISTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Sallie M1. Douglass vs. Ladson 11. Milling,
Andre w Y. Milling. W. L. Slater, W. J
Meyer and John E. Wade, as copartnlers
under the firm name of Slater, eyr &
-Co., E. A. Beall, J. B. Norris and B. R.
Cooner. as copartners under the tfirm
e name of Beall, Cooner & Co., and Rob
n ert F, Williams Company.
n IN pursuance of an order of the Court of
..Common Pleas, made in the above
t stated case, I will offer for sale, before the
e Court House door in Winnsboro, S. C., on
' FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
public outcry, to the highest bidder, the
t following described property, to wit:
e "All that certain tract of land. contain -
TWO HUNDRED ACRES.
more or less, lying and situate on the
waters of Jackson's Creek, in the County
of Fairfield and State aforesaid, and
r bounded by lands of the estate of N ancy
r, H. Hlastings, deceased, lands of John M.
,Lemmon and W. Rt. Rabb; the said tract
1 of land being s'tuated on the northern
side of the public road leading from
,Winnsboro to Kincaid's Bridge.
TER3MS OF SALE:
One-third of the purchase money 'o be
paid in cash on the day of sale, thie hal
ance on a credit of one and two years, in
equal annual instalments, with interest
thereon from the day of !ale at the rate of
eigbt per cent per annum, payable annu
ally; to be secured by the bond of the pur
chaser and a mortgage of the premises.
The purchaser to pay for all necessary
papers and recording of same' and for all
necessary revenue stamlp3.
It. 11 JENNINGS.
October 14, 1899. C. C. C. IP. F.'O.
Winnsboro, S. C., Oct. 3, 1899.
NOTICE IS H ERE BY GIVEN ;hat
a -eln of the B )ard of C;ontrol for
the ount ofFair leM. wi;l be beld1 in
the office of the Coiumiy Supervisor for
the said County :on the first day of
November next,~ wh1ich mrerinrgap
Iplications for the position1 of C';unty
iiispeinser at Ri~icwar wi!! he :c.n
All applications fo':e p -ioiu mat
be on file with th: 13:an1 st icaat t'fn
days before said dre.
J. Ml. HIGGINS.
S. ii. TER~RES.
W. M. C;URL EE,
10-54t Bo-ud o f Cont rol F. C
MONEY TO LOAN
On farmng lan d . Eas payjn. ne si.
No comnmissions :arized. B'n rowei
pay-s actnal cnet of perfect'nig 10an.
Interest 8 per cent.
JOHN B. PALMER & SON, I
or A. S. &W.[ DGUGLASS, O
10-4 Winn-bo:- S. C. -
Central Time Between Columbiaand Jack
sonville. Eastern Time Between Co
lambia and Other Points.
Effective June 11th, 1899.
No. 34 No. 36
Northbound. Daily. Daily.
Lv. J'ville, F.C.&P.Ry..........S 20 a 7 45p
- Savannah.............-12--- --- p 11 59p
Ar.Columbia..............438p 4 6a
Lv. Charleston, So. Ry.......... 7 00a 5 p
Summerville........ - -41-a 6 09p
*'8 55a 7 50p
Branchville ............... 824p
Orangeburg.............. -1013a 0 20p
Kingville................ 11 00a 10 10
Ar. Colunbia...... ....-.-..
Lv. Augusta, So. Ry.............240p 9 Mp
Graniteville ............ - 3- 09p 1p
Aiken................-2 -.p-.---.-- 3
Trenton............ 34p 110p
Johnstons ........-.-- - 49p 11 2p
Ar. ColumbiaUn. dep't..... 5.20p 21 0
Lv Col'bia Bland'g st.........5 45p 50
Winnsboro............. 6 38P 8498
Chester .................. .- 82 11P 7 -
Rock ll........ - - P 915
Ar. Charlotte.............. - - 4P 9158
" anvile......... 1255& 122p
Ar. Richmond ....... 625p
AWashington............ 755a 90P
BaltimorePa.R. I........ 9 12a 25p
Philade1pha. .............--: 1135a 258
New York.................. 203p 62a
No. 83 No. 35
Southibound. Daily. Daiy.
Lv. New York,Pa.R.R 300p 1215mt
Philadelphia............ 84p M
Lv. Wash'ton, So. Ry........ 20p pf Us
Lv.Richmond............ 1100p (2 =
Lv. Danville ............... 415a 602P
" Charlotte................ 815- 10-20p
" Rock Hill................9 2 11 l
" Chestev................ 35 U-4-F
" Winnsboro................1021a 1282
Ar Col'bia Bland'g st............1125 187a
Lv. ColumbiaUn.dep't..........1145a 480
Ar. Aikon...................... . 21p...
" Graniteville ............2 7p 7 I
" Augusta ................. - -.8I'
Lv. Columbia, So. By........... Cp 4
K gvlle........................ 488p 780s
geb T9..................... 529p 822s
B cvile..................... 60MP 8528
ummervile... ........... 782p 1018
A*Charleston..............8wp U 003
" Savannah............... 07p 508a
Ar. Jacksouille .............. 740p1 9008
SLEEPING CA&B SEI&VICE.
Excellent dailY ~r servie btwe
Florida aad New k.fng
Nos. 33 and 34.-7ew 9York and Flt 1P
press. DrawN gRoomf Sleeping Cans Deween
Augusta and Fl-le York.
Tamp, JaL-sovin9 85 wa 11 431
P10 21l o2k8.
Pullman Sleeping Cars between Charlott
Nos- 5 and 3-U. S. 1st Mail. Throub
'10gliuian drawing room buffet sleeping cars -Li.
twmon Jacksonville and New York and Pull
mnr sleeping, ears between, Augusta and Char
lotte. Dbini!4, cars serve all racmls enroute
PuLlnuan slee~pig cars between Jacksouvilli
and Coltunbia, enrobhte .daily between JTack
sonvillO and Cinc-innati, via Asheville.
11 5a4 0
2. 45p 8C.L.,
Ge5 F9p 8. 2
DU0p 85a, 7
pre. r -oMAsepgCrs een
A lan ..ess 0York.
Puoma raing ndpn bck-twe
P maeing ares bete Carltt
- im a lsoain froo bugytose pcas.n
oree Jasolene fork axdle
resep;n ca fietwe oilst for thar
purpoDnngcsse. v l el not
P Foma sleepn by r btenJcsvil
Whr . En.Mr M. Washngtn
W.A.TCR. .H.HAD IC
Drugg ..W:aingt.. & -A. ln
A TRY 7 CR$O
A1 roi. adBO XnJdb ad~
Oor etar>'y-o ~ ,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
IN PIEDMONT BUILDING.
ad T0fo11h Cu0llM
IN THE SOUTH.
IUNDREDS OF OUR STDENT- ARE
IOLDIXG RESPONSIBLE POSITrONS.
A home for young ladies duder the
upervision of the President and his
Young men furnished suitable board
og places at $10 per month.
5tudents can Enter
at Any Time..
School under Christian Inftences..
D. M. MGIVER, PRESIDENT.
A NICE CARLOAD OF HORSES
md Males. A few combination Sad
Ile and H 1 ess Horses. I will
them cheap foca..or-exc
or males or plug horses.
I will pay the highest cash price for
good Milch Cows; also for Fat Beef
I have a few Second
for sale; also one Second
'EY TABLE SYRUPS, .CTBANW
Dane, Golden Glory, Honer Drip,
Lrange, Diamond,. New Orleans and -
New Cream Clieese. Dried Apples
-3 lbs. for 25c.
Fall line Canned Goods. Tomatoes,
Cudaby Picnic and 'Boneless Hra
Stwoked Bacon always-o'61ind.
Coflees and Teas of the fiuestqualitf.
Minnsen's Superior Pickles; also
oo8 Pickles at 8 1-Sc per dozen.
Potatoes, Onions and Cabbage.
Atl erades of Tobacco, CigarsCia'1
Grocery bayers will find it to their
,dvantage to calon n3. Our gldxs
,re fresh. Prices low.'
E AT COST.I
Silver-Plated Table Spoons,
easpoons and Mediumn Forks
at I will sell at
Cost for Gash.
To letter them, at cost prices,
11 be THREE CENTS PER
Come and see them.
. M. CHANDLER.
)igests what you eat
ture In saeghn n&drecon.
ncting the ehutddgsie4r<~
is. Itis thelatest
ad tonic. Ko