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THE
N(EWS AND~ 'HERALD.I
PUBLISHED TRI-WEEKLY
-BY
SW8 AND HERALD COMPANY.
TEuRS. IN ADVANCE:
OA e Year. - - - s3.00
4.c danths. - - . . 1.5
W NNSBORO, S. C.
Tuesday, October 31, - 1899
- TxE Boers are holding their own
pretty 1;Avely. The British troops
are shut op in several towns, await
ing reinforcements, which cannot ar
rive for a month yet; and althougth
British reports all tell of Boer repulses
the. rascally Boers always seem to
come b'ck. Great Brita'n is making
a great f>.rt, and ought to win in the
end. - But it must be rememberedt that
there is only one pass ttrough which
an invasion can be carrid into Oom
Pau's country, and this is by war of
Majuba Hill and Laing's Neck. If,
as reported, tb pass is two or three
miles long, steep and narrow, it would
seem tbat twenty or thirty thouss;d
men onuitt to hold it indefinitely
against a hundred thousand. The
-Boers are maintai-ing their reputa
tioni as marksmen, and handle artil
lery with mnch accuracy. It is to be
hoped .hat with these demails in their
favor they may be able to welcome
thesenamy "with bloody huadA to
hosjitenle graves."
EvzERT day's experience of the
masses teaches that the old Democratic
doctrines are bu:t for the average self
sustaming man, who wants to take
advantage of no man and have no
man take advantage of him. The
protective. tariffhas built up bloaied
fortunes, and special classes. IL is the
foster mother, if not the direct parent
of the trust and the monopoly. The
doctrine of centralization preached by
the kepablicans in opposition to the
Democratic doctrine of home rale is
taking away the right- of the I eople,
and placing them more and more un'
der control of a strong Federal govern
ment backed by the graspizg interests
'that subscribe to it and derive gains
from it. The individual is shrinking,
is more and more.
e e~corr 0
to repeal a lot of lawsi and let the pe -
pie come back to first principles and to'
free individualism. In the first place,
repeal the tariff duty on everything1
that is. the subject of a trust. This
being-done there is very little needed
ini the second, third, or any subsequent
A=-. Garrison is right. Foreigners
have an abundance of good commodi
: .tier~to ffer cheap; -and if our produc
ers stife production at home and raise
prices, the foreigners will supply us
gladly. .
TaE cost of this war of benevolent
assimilation is not realized by the peo
ple. Here is an item. The executors
of the will of the late Mr. Converse
announce that out of 1:i4 begaest of
$100,000 ~to Oon~verse Col'ceze must be
deducted the sum of S10,003 for sne
cession taxes under the war revenue
act of ' orgress. Think of that ! Ten
thousand dollars of the fund left to
educate our girls must be absrac'ed
and handed over to the government
for the purpose' of shooting a lot of
people to death on the other side of t he
world. The more one rinks of thi
the more outrageous it ai*. r'.
GF9$R&L JONBERT'S letter cojnvey
ing the informstion of the death of
General Simmons, and expressing his
deep sympathy 'with Lsdy Simmons,
is worthy of thejdays of ebivalry. It,
reminds one of the 'chivalry that ani
maigi te--spidi-ers of Sonth Carolina
at thie.siege of Fort Sumter, who stood
pau he parapets arid cheered when,
despite the confiagration that was rag
ibgng' the' fort Masjr Anuderson fired a
gun as fast as be cauld load it in his
distress. Such eentiment is wasted on
those who make the in dustries their
object of worsbip.
IT is stated-'iy one of the most relia
ble war correspondents that the United
States army holds undisputed posses
sion of about 117 squares miles out of
47,000 square mites in the island of
Lgzon. .If it sahea 70,000 men to do1
th'if low' many will be needed when
the advance is made up into the moan
tains where the natives are still more
capable of self-support and defence?
. Glorious News
Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of
a hita, L. T. He writes: "Four
ties of lectric Bitttirs has enred
Brewer of scrofule, which had
d her great suffering for years.
b1efes would break out on her
and -ace, and the best doctorsi
niezo'help; but her cnre is i
and herhealth is excellent."
ows what thousands have (
that Electric Bitters is the
~purifier-knowb. .It's the
yfor eczema, tetter.
ulcers, bils aiidrun'ning
MYRTLE PARAGRAPHS.
Farm work is progressing nicely as
we have bad excellent weather for
,atbering. Some have gathered in
-orD, and most all the cotton crop is
,athered. The cotton crop is a great
Aeal betier thn was expected, very
nuch to our gratification; for that
wit! the advance in the rrice has
-nabled many a struggling farmer to
:ome clearer of debt than th?y would
tiad it been otherwise.
The protracted meeting so efficiently
conducted by our pastor, Rev. A. R.
Phillips, at Zion closed Wednesday
night last. The meeting was very
much enjoyed and very benefiting to
oar charch, as the weather was very
favorable; although small crowds
were in attendance, evidently there
was good done. Though it was not ap.
parently a revival, however it was
much needed.
The supper given at Mr. Allen's for
the benefit of the church on the night
of the 20 inst. was a grand suocess, as
aside from the enjoyment and pleasure
that all had, (here was realized a nice
sum ot clear profit amounting to
about $15.30. The evening was fair
and pleasant with the silvery beams
of fair Luna to add to the lovliness
of the night. Messrs. Rhett Turnipseed
and Ed Andrews furnished some very
delightful and charming music on
their guitars. After all had partakea
of the good things from the cook's de
partment a number of young folks re
paired to our near neighbor's, Mr. E.
A. Davis', and there enjoyed some ex
cellent music furnished by Miss Alice
McEachern, of Ridgeway, who is by
no means an inefficient performer on
the organ ; also some fanny and enter
taining pieces on the organ were fur
nished by Mr. Turnipseed. Though
some of the ladies were very tired and
greatly fatigued with their task, the
occasion closed with all feeling amply
repaid for their trouble. Those that
toiled had this consolation, that they
were toiling in behalf of a good cause
and felt that they were not making a
vain attempt to raise funds for the
completi->n of our church
Oar enterprising commtttee of
workers are not satisfied with the suc
cess of the entertainment just men
tioned (and it is gratifying and com
mendable to kLOW that they are not),
but bave announced another enter
tainment known as a "box party" for
the purpose of raising more funds for
the chnrch, to be given at the resi
dence of Mr. Samuel Sims on the
nigbt of Friday, November 3rd. GirIF
are expected to come and bring a box
for two and boys are expected to
come and pay for them.
Best wishes to THE NEWS AND
HERALD and its resders
October 28, '99. Dixie.
The Appetite ol a Goat
Is envied by *
GREBRIAR DOTS.
The farmers in this neighborhood
are abont through gatheriog the flbecy
stale. The crop is generally short
everywhere, but the farmrs have a
big heart and are prig-thei Iands
for a large grain crop. There will be
a large acreage of wheat sown in this
section 'his year.
There was a bot supper aiven at Mr.
J. R. CarlEe's last Friday night, Octo
ber 19th, which proved a success.
Judging from the amount realized it
did not resemble hard times, as the
colkc ction reached $50, There was a
large cake3 to be disposed ot and it
was decided to let it go by ballet to the
most popuiar young lady in the neigh
tohood. It was won by Miss Hattie
Dawkine, who received 163 votes
against 129 votes for Miss Mabel Cur.
lee. There was a cake walk also. Dr.
Jeter, of Jcnkiusville, and Miss Kate
Jennings, of Winnsboro, were the
lucky ones. The supper was given to
raise a deficit on the parsonage debt.
October 28, '99. E. F. L.
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For in-liges;tion, sick and nervous
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For fever, chills, debilit y and kidney
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Ladies, for natural and thorough
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prost ration, bi liousness, disordered a
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No. 28 Ta iall St., A tanta, G3.
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DR. Fl. MozLEY. Atlanta :-Havirg
been a great ,uffierer t.>r three ysars
from indigestion, aind been treated by i
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me any relief. Courirming to grow
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Dr. Moziev's Larmon E'ixir, which
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[ cmeed i's use. and m,.st say
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This is to' certify that I used Dr.
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if the beau ard e'ea .vith the moat
narked be:tit to my general thea:h :ij
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What is C4
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ignature of , , -
Shredded
reana of Wheat~ Pearl i r
lev7/Sago, and Tapiocaf '
lWe Vermont Maple Syrup,
in pint bottles and gallon
tins.
Williamnt' Pure Fruit Jams.
Aso a fresh supply of Rai
sins, Currants, Citron,
etc., for fruit cake, at
Haben icht's.
CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIEI.E
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
tsan L. iDesPortes and Willi:.m L. Des
Portes as Executo)rs of Ri. S. DesI~ortes,
deceased, vs. W. J. Hagood, ballie D.
Hagood and W. J. Keenan.:
N pursuance of an or der of th~e Court of
LUommon Pleas, made in the above
ated case, 1 will offer for sale before the
:ucrt IHouse door in Wiunsboro, S. C.. on
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
xt, within the legal hours of sale, at
tblic outcry, to the highest bidder, the
oilowieg described properly, to wit:
All1 thaf certain piece, parcel or tract of
nd lying, being and situate in the
unty of Fairfiecd and S ate aforesaid,
ntaining
VO BU.NDRED AND TIRTY-T WO
AURIES,
re or less, and b-unded on tae north
vlands of the estate of Mrs. .Sarah Cen
, <.n the east by lands of Gracie
good, on the south by lands of Hlix
gaod, and on the wcst by lnds of.J. W.
TEEMs OF SALE.
ne half cash, the balance on a credit of I
e year with interest from day of sale,
ured by bond of purchaser and mort
e of the premises, with insurance by
epurchaser of the house on the said lot
ith the privilege to the purchaser of pay
gall ca'h.
R. H JENNINGS. -
ct, 14, 1899. C. C. P. F. C.
10-4td
Notice.
LHE UNDERSIGNED GIVES NO-r
e that he makes Wagons and Bug
is, and does all kind of repairing.
sIO keeps on hand at all timress a inli
otment of Coffins, all .siz's and
cs, anac solicits the patronane of all.
11 53 H. B. LINDLE R, .
0 25wS Peak, S. C.
TIPNOT AFortunec in it for i
nbe maeasptendia ynoie at!I
e. Address M. Y. Yocng, ">33 1l'..rv I
stor OH , aegie .
rIt!h P 1i
Earml'ess alt P!aa
-pienor atirer z :e
r Ctee. It destroys V
:ures Diarrhocar and.
roubles, cures Cousti-"
es ih oa, regulteI s
licalthy adntrl8.:
7-'
CTL ERKS ALi'
SAT FSUHCG
corOT OiFAIn o
C(OUiT OF CO 1ON l
U 6o . U., V. F ,lh
p N pursuance of ord f
i. of Common P!e:.ymae ab
:-ated (ase, 1 will- tfor k I:
Court Hcuse door in .:i~ o . , o
thie
FilhT MIOND ' 2N -NOVI'.
rex -, within the l.;tho
publie outery, !) the iV.. - .
foowiingdestilhed prte..y t
"'All that certain IM am r
of land lying, being adl ih ,
County -ind State acesd. e n
I . INETY pACR-i
mor or less, boundei'y lnd o-. I
Jlaney rd s f ooe by hr v m is (t
ar cem ated 2n1 une, ..D.130
recorded ini Book Z. Z , in -.'-ice '
R. M. C. for Fairfiiod 'ount."
TEiMs O:f~iLE
Gnt-third of the purcia ase t nv ti 1:
paid in cash on the day of sale, th -lahan
i' two equal annual instalment , wit
interest.fromn the day of sale, to 5 cute
by the bond of puzrcha er a-.d m.tgale <
premIises~or for all cash at option o u
chaser, the purchaser to pay fo01 ce
sary papers and recording of sami..
R. II. JENNUWS,
Oct. 14, 1890. C. C. 1'. a'. C.
CLERE S SALE.
CoUNTY OF 1IiFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PkL A..
The American Freehold Land Thortgag
Company of London Limited vs. Willia:
II. Ruf. silas W. Ruff and t: - .oa
and Exchange Bank.
I N p-.irsuance of an order or 0:e C
of Coirinon Pleas, nmade in t>.e abov
stated case, I will offer for sal.e, bdore tb
Court Ihouse ooor in Winnsbor.' -3. C.
FIRIST MONDAY IN YOV DBE
ne~r, within the legal hcurs of~ sale a
public outcry, to the igh~est bidder. th
Collowing described properi3y, t.> wit
First. All that parcel o t-lan lyin;
> ing and-bituate in the County a':d Stat
a oresaid, containing
SIXTT-FIVE ACR.
uore cor less, sep~arated from & -us c
hme tract by IHolmes Creek. ho;; iedl b:
ands of John Curry. Mrs. Reber' 'Neal
lom MIartin and Wade i.i crndo::, wice
arcel is called Mo~tgomaery.
Second. All thats parcel of laini lying
eing andl situate in lhe County and St at
foresaid, known as the Gin*Iiouce tract
:ontaining
ONE IIUNDRED ACR1DK
ore or Inss. bounded by public re~ lead
nlo to Jenlkinsville,. by land .. --r. Mc
\Nekin. by old road bed or etate V y
le Yarboroagh, now belonging '. ~n
his tract beingseparated fro~a1: hos
rae orHoe tract by the pno era
eaing to .Jenkinsville.
Tlhd. All timt parcl of 1and l ing
eng and situ'ate in th~e County andi Stat4
foesd, known as the Hous a. sn
at, containing
)E IIUNDRED .iND OR)
AURES,
ore or less. bounded by publicra
ig fromt Long RunI to Jenkins - b
olmes C eek. which eparatesl ,
iotomery tract, by :ands of ': c.
I1 ekini, andl of Wade IHerndon. .4T
ds of the highest bidders for su I Tpa
'te tracts to be accepted by 1 ih a ii;'.r
onditionally, thait is upo condition tat
le premises when aid as1 on en1-: tract
s hereinafter irectedI shall bingls
an the aggregate of ti e amnountb the
dibest hids for the4 tracts so Ufrdsl
tely. And when all o.f si .y
ract; or parcels hav been oiee f. *.le
ndl knocked dlown to the hihet '* r
ierefer 'onditionaaiv as abot se oh
e said Clerk shallI offer the enii * e:..
s moade up ofai arenus ,s
inle nr tr.' If thiai:.o
id paee wiere se prat el h! :m
e mount hi for te enir pr. *s as
whoe.a Ten the tasaie u. 2:cm
ieane o~hf the aemos of aOn-: ee
>rdsaid separaforptcels a depdefi r h
inarlls oli separ at c tol.U; ith
:nutbal o txenire preuse oth ilcs i..v ce'n
compiae f th moun o h .Nrt
i idafor sold i seperate trct., -d h
~paratly as aforesaid shall b.' w .oily
isregarded null and void
-TERMs OF sALE.
-the purchase nrmor~v to be
e day of2 sale, the balarice
uui nz; -niewnts frem the
day of sale, with interest from the day of
sale at eight per ccnt per annum, to be
Eecured bye the bond ot the purchaser and
T rorte;() I!- rremises, or'fr all cash
at the ops _. .- purchaser. The pur
chaser to pay for all necessary papers and
recording.
iR. HI. JENNINGS,
Oct. 14, 189. C. C. P. F. C.
10-14t:1
Mn
CLERK'S SALE.
:TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
- COURT OF C3DION PLE AS.
The American Freehold Land Mortgage
Company. Limited, vs. W illiam R. Mc
Cormick, A. F. Auti and W. IL Ruff.
N pursuance of an order of the Court
of Common Pleas. made in the above
stated case. I will offer for sale, bofoic the
Court House door in Winnsboro, S. C., o
the
FIRST MONDAY IN iOVEM3BER
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
puelic outcry, to the highest bidder, the
following described p:operty, to wit:
"All that certain piece. parcel or t. act
of land, lying, being and situate oil Ro
ehelle Creek, in Township No. 5, of the
County of Fair' :id and State of South
Carolina, containing
TVWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY-ONE
AND ONE-HALF ACIZES,
more or less, and bounded on the north by
lands of James Jones; on the south and
east by lands of David 11. Means; and on
the west by lands of Philip M. 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 premises,
or all cash at the option of the purchaser.
Purchaser to pay for all necessary papers
and re:ording of same.
It. II JENNINGS,
Octcber 11, 1809. C. C. C. P. F. C.
10-14td
CLERK'S SALE,
STA TE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
CoUNTY OF FAInrFIELD.
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. Bevl, J. R. Norri
and D. C. Cooner, as copartners unde
the firm name of Beall, Cooner & Co.
and Robert F. Williams Company.
IN pursuarce of an order of th3 Cour
o11i Common Pleas, made in the abov
stated case, I will offer for sale, before th
Court House door in Wnnsboro, S. C., o
FIRST MONDAY 1N NOVEMBER
next, withih tho legal hsurs of sale, a
public outcry, to the nighest bidder, th
t following described property, to wit:
e "All that certain tract of land, lying
C being and situate in the Vounty and Stat
a aforesaid, containing
THREE IHUNDIRED AND FIFTY
Acres, more or less, bounded on tho nort1
t by lands of Mrs. Lorena E. Macfle an
a L. 11. Milling, cast by lands of Williar
Timins crad Mrs N. K. Rabb; south b:
lands of Mrs. N. K. RIabb and R. Y.-Lem
moi.: west by lands of W. R. Rabb ani
0Joui M.Lemmon. The tract of land here
by intended to be conveyed being the sam
trfact conveved to said Andrew Y. Millinj
fby WV. II. Kerr, C. C. P., 4th Novembei
f1874."
CTERMs OF SALE:
e-ti'rd of the purchas3 money to b~
- nteday of sale, the bal
7sceur e ' ond( of t i ,
9 and a mortgage of the premises, or at
at the option of the purchaser. Pure 1ase
to pay for all necessary pap~ars and regord
lng of same and for all necessary xeye2
stamps. i.I.JN DS
e OR.b H . JENI.
h0-Octbe 14, 1899. C.C. C.. F.'C.
CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COU2TY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Sallic M. Douglass vs. Ladson Hi. Milling
Andrew Y. Milling, W. L. Slater, W. J
Meyer and John E. Wade, as copartner
Iunder the firm name of Slater, Meyer
Co., E. A. Beall, J. B. Norris and B. .1
Cooner, as copartners under the ifiri
Sname of Beall, Cooner & Co., and Rol
ert F, Williams Company.
n i N pursuance of an order of the Courta
.1. Common Pleas, made in the above
''stated case, I will offer for sale, before th
e Court IHouse door in Winnsboro, S. C., 01
e the
,FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next, within the legal hours of sale, a
public outcry, to the highest bidder, the
t following described property, to wit:
e ."All that certain tract of land, contain
ing
;,TWO IHUNDRED ACRES.
B more or less, lying and situzate on th<
waters of Jackson's Creek, in the Count:
of Fairfield and State aforesaid, an<
.. bounde I by lands of the estate of Nane
H. IHastings, deceased, lands of John M
Lemnmon and WV. R. Rtabb: the said trac
of land being s-tuated on'the northern
side oC the Dublic road leading fron
Winnsboro to Kincaid's Bridge.
TERMS OF sALE:
One-third of the purchase money '.o bi
paid in cash on the ay of sale, the 'oat
ance on a credit of one and two years, it
:equal annual instalments, with interest
thereon from the da.y of sale at the rate o:
eight per cent per annum, payable annn
ally; t> be secured by tihe bon d of the pur
chaser and a nmortgag;e of the premises.
The purchaser to pay for all necessary
papers and recording of same~ and for all
necessary revenue stip
iR. I t .IENNINGS,
October tG, 1899. O. C. C. P. F. C.
NOTICE.
OFFICE OF COUNTY SulERVxsOR,
Winnsboro, S. , Oct. 8, 1899.
NOTICE IS H ERU:;Y GIVEN that
a meeti'g of the Bmei ')~ Control for
the County of Fa:!Vtie ujiil be held in
the fflic of the GAIuh Sapervisor for
the sa'd County. ''n the first day of
Nove:-'ber next, at wviih mnee;ing ap
plicatio:. for* the 1p.itli of County
utippiser at It U:e: wi!! be conl
Ail'apiain o h -iinms
bie o:: "l wI~I the Cui:id at, least ten
.T. M.iIIGUINS,
S. II. TEilRES,
W. '4. CURLEE,
10 5.4r io ui of ContrOi F. C.
MONEY TO LOAN
On frmng Ind EI iy paymrents.
N.' ;.2miions argecd. Borrowei
pays aetual om' of perfecting loan.
lsI'erest 8 per cent.
JO HN B. P'ALMEiR & SON,
or A. S. & W. P DOUG LASS,
10-4 Wi'*hor S. 0.
A FICANA w:.11 cure Constipation and
,mo w.o..e..r..m....Mea:i... r-set
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
Central ine Uetwcen Columbiaand Jack
sonvile. Eastern Time Between Co
lumbia and Other Points.
Effective June 11th, 1899.
'No. 34 No. 30
Nortbound. Daily. Daily.
Lv. J'ville. F.C.&P.Ry........ 820a 45p
Savannah.......------. 1235p 115911
Ar.Columbia.............- 48p 48
Lv. Charleston. So ......... 7 a 5 0p
Summerville..............854 750p
Branchville .. ---............... 98a 8 24p
Orangeburg..............0 1515 a 20p
Kingville................ 0 a 10 20p
Ar. Columbia ................. 1 - ---..
"Lv."Xu siaSo. '-.-4-- p 9 40 p
" GraniteVille............ 09P 10 UP
Aiken.................- 3 6p . ..p
" Trenton............---.-.-.- 49 1129p
Johnstons .........---------- - 20a
Ar. ColumbiaUn. dep's 5.....-.... 5 2 10a
Lv Col'bia Bland'g st........ 5 45p 5a03
" Winnsboro.......----...--- - 7.87649a
Chester............... 758P 811a
Rock Hin............. 7 li5
Ar. Charlotte...........-...-4- p -a
Danville.. 12-55- - 1-22p
Ar.Richmond ......... ........25p
AjWashington7........... a 05P
" Baltimore P&.R 912 2
Philadel . ......... S 2 a
" New York .........-... . .6.2a.
N. 33 No. 35
outhabound- Daily. Daily.
Lv.New York.Pa.R.R....... 300p 1215at
" Philadelphia..........-. 584P $50a
s Baltimore.............. 7 55P 622a
Lv. Wash'ton, So. Ry........ 9 20p I
Lv.Richmond.............OOP 1201M
Lv. Danville ............... 4 15' 6a0p
Charlotte.............. 815a ---p
" Rock Hill.............. 90- - -- lop
Chester................985
Winnsboro.............
Ar Col'bia Bland'g st..... 125. 878
Lv. ColumblaUn-dep't.........1145 8
Johnstons.................- 1 - 2
Tfrenton .................l18 6
Ar. Aiken................. 2-15p-..
Graniteville ...... .. 2-07P-.
Augusta ............... 245P
Ly. Columbia, So. Ry.......... 458
Eingvifle ...................4 88PIN
gebr........5 29p I
8v5n020.6
vie.1.................21 1018
A rCh r ston.1............. 8 p 6880a
I Lv. Col'biaF.C4.&p.Ry... 10 as; If 47 a
Savannah......... ...2 .
SAr.Jacksonvile............ 0 9008
SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
Excellent daily enger service between
Florida and New York.
Nos. 38 and 34-NwYork and Flo
press. DraI oo leepng Cars 0ee
; Augusta anI New y~ork.
Pullman drawingroomsleeping cbetween
Tam a, Jacksonville, Savannah, Washingsoi
an d l ew York&
Pnlman Sleeping Cars between CharottE
and Richmond.
Nos. 33 and 36-U. S. Fast Mail. Throngb
nlllman drawing room buffet sleeping cars be
tween Jaicsouville and New York and Pall
man s:epinz cars between Augusta and Chax
lotte. Dinintg cars serve all meals enroute
Pullman sleeping cars between Jacksonville
and Co',ulnbia, enronte daily between Jack
sonvilic and Cincinnati, via Asheville.
FRANK S. GANNON, J. M. CULP,
i Tr -' -P. & Gen. Mgr. T. M.. Washington.
a W .. S. H. HARDWICK,
ei . A . W.Ahington. A. G. P.A., Atlanta.
IF
YOU SUFFER
Il4 digestiort
OF1
Dc3gsp opsia,
TRY
A.BOX
OF.
OboaP's
Dc~spopsia
Tablets.
JoSIAHJ OBM
PHARMACIST. I
Harness Oil-n
For greasing and black
ing the harness at same
time-alsofor buggy tops.
-AND
'Flake Oil"
or Castrolene, for axle
grease; a fine oil for the
purpose.I
For sale by
W. E. Aiken,.
Druggist.
For Sale.3
A TRU:T OF 176 ACRE' Of
land, oni I/trte River, belorlgila -o
D. M. Broom, and bounded by Iansoc P
of he es:a e of E. G. Simnonton, Stev- i]
enson and others.I
For terrae apply -to' -
A -8. k W.-'D. DOUGL ASS.
11-17 Ato....-. Wir:.bo.- . n,
IHARLOTTE
OMMERCIAL
JOLLEGE.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
(-stablished 1891.)
LEGANT APARTMENTS
IN PIEDNONT BUILDING.
lost I~xtmlli'Io
ad horod Com
IN THE SOUTH.
POSITIONS SECURED.
JUNDREDS OF OUR STUDENTS ARE
HOLDING RESPoNsoLE PosrrioTIss.
A home for young ladies .under the
upervision of the President and his
ife.
Young men furnished suitable board
ng places at $10 per month.
Students can Enter
at Any Time.
School under Christian Infiuences.
Vatalogue Free.
D. M. MGIVER, PRESIDENT.
10-12-1y
Just Arrived
and
-For Sale..
A NICE CARLOAD OF HORSES
and Males. A few combination Sad.
die and Harness Horses. I will sell
them cheap for cash or exchange them
or mules or plug horses.
Cows.
I will pay the hligbe~t cash price for
good Mich Cows; ab Bee
Cattle.
BUGGIEST
I have a feiw Second-Hand Buggies
for sale; also one Second-Hand Two
Horse Wagon.
A.W
Win
FEY TABLE SYR3UPS, CUBAN
Cane, Gokden- Glory, HoneyDrp
Orange, Diamond, New Orlear g$
Porto Rieo.
New Cream Cheese. Dried Apples
-3 lbs. for 25c.
Full line Canned Goods. Tosi'atoes,. i''
3 qs. cans 25c.
Cudahy Picnic -and Bonelesa Ha ms
Sizioked Bacon always on hand. -
Coffees and Teas of the finest quality.
&Iansen's Suprior Piekles;- also
loose Pickles at 81-Sc per dozen.
Potatoei$, Onions and Cabbage.
All grades of Tobacco Oigare..eigar .' I
ettes, etc. -
Grocery buyers will find it to their
advantage to call on us. Onr g oda
are fresh. Prices low.
IAT COST
---I HAVE
--24 : St
Silver-Plated Table Spoons,
Teaspoons and Medium Forks
hat I will sell at
Cost for Gash.7
To letter them, at cost prices,
will be THREE CENTS PER.
[ETTER.
Come and see them.
0. M. CHANDLER
Kodol.
~yspopsia Cur
Digests what you eat.
Itartliea ydgeststhefooand
ructing the exhausted digestive:o01W
t and tonic. No oth
anapprince :..e
antlx.ieeandpermanedy
Sou Soah, .
Prepared by. C.DstC,

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