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NEWS AN HERALD.
FUaLISHE TRI- WEEKLY
syDS AND RORALDCOMPANY,
TERl, IN ADVANCE:
Oa e Year, ' - - - S3.OO
- lc IKInLths. - - - - 1.5
WINNSBORO, S. C..
Satar.laj, November 4, - 1899
Ti Columbia papers mentioa that
the Governor and other state house
officials are constantly in receipt of
letters from the North and North .ast
Strom people wanting to know some
thing of the resources and advantages
of South Carolina We noticed the
pub!i'iation of a letter the other day
askii -about farming ltnds and the
purcha-e of lands for tLe purpmi of
cattle raising. We have to depa
.ment-f.r the colitction o rstatistics and
information that prospective set: it-rs
would deelre to know, and the eonqe
quence is that inquiries of this kin;d go
unanswered. The old sagi ;ul ural
departinent used to look after matiers
of this kind, and by tbis time it
would-have been a most valuablc de
partment. It was abased hv Tilm-!,
who set his heart on teai.lag it o-.vn,
and the Sta'e his nothing to take its
place. It was a poor practice of
econom". It wou'd be hard ,o esti
mate what tha State has lost by ab >1
ishing thi4 depaitmient. We of.en
hear of bettlers going to Georgia and
No.-th Carolina, but we hearof none
coming to this State. What's the
THE dispensary as a money waking
scheme has been a failure. Its pro
mised million dollars- profit a year has
not come in sight. Since iht n -w
constitntion became op rative, the
system has given to the public sch9 )l
fund $205,499,55, that is since Januar-',
1896. Over against this and .the
amonna paid the counties and towns,
place the bloodshed and the rows ia
the State Board of Control, and ak
yourse f his the State made a succcs
of the liquor business?
- Is President 1McKinley crazy, or
- does he think the people of the Soutb,
and especially those of Virginia, a set
of fools? Speaking at Richmond, the
capital of the confederacy, he said to
bis audience that "tbe sacred princi
ples" set forth in the Declaration of
Independence "advanced t.> glorious
triumph at Yorktown," "sealed in
solemn covenant at Appomatox," and
rei thuneircotton season began
the SouJ~pern mills have consumed 50
per een, over the amount bought in
the same time last year. Tois well
illustrates the progress in catton milts
otor cold Mr. Bryan continues to
speak. at Bornedays at Batspck in
lumber yardtin Nerask wenth
teitoer he 12te derees above
beriae- wrteceon ofrbie the tSen
Beae of ld arandthe Cospl-e
geners inr loreaing tbt Bate in
hergeaant hebe 's Capt. Gra
hampomany- ofime, nd ofent.
ing adefea ime abilnt vcoy
hastbeenisrittdnmandhaublist edlio th
lewaders ot atlantrime y idividplae
bygenbers of theradngri fier, isenein
publiged agint -the enemy..' 'o, rnit
aet toen opotSuwa te, an often 1n
progos dfeast, ito ai' bran vitor.
buoltios eo th atte s gal.atii
pledrsin ts ie, by te2d5C'.iidal
oember ofasio reakead blew, ichve
roposen circt, taes ora to he .-i
- reolltinhcss of the battlep- wi
peled n, by t nertt per-sn
form the hcco deledblw hc
Killsaw Borieade throug take ter
potounin linesae and atl to~ nh
pt the crisis.bof te battke fwi ieh
dmeed eang oeuelve tote
rieady for the enemy's advance, which
we were momentarily expecting. It
was theta that the startiing .news
reached us that the er.emy- had broken
our lines on our right and were in
possessicon of our fortificati-,ns thert.
and that the 2nd S. G. Regiment andc
the 3rd Battallion of Kerebaw's Br.
gade were ordered by General Ker
show to go to the right, aad storm and
retake the works, out of which our
forces bad been driven, and oebi::i
which 11'e enemy were rosted. We
dreaded alse move,.kaowing that r
was a de perate andertakii g to diive
the enemy out of this position, tsi
tha~t if it could be done it must be done
quickly, as the enem; would as quick
ly as posible push forward his rein
forcemens: for the impending battle.
We obe' ed the order of' our generail,
however. (with uncom'plitrrentary re
marks against those who would not
hold their lines) and startod on our
desperate undertaking. While en
* rou:e for the battle-field we met those
making their way to the rear, whbe
bad been driven out of thae fortifica
tions, which we ivere their going to
take. We called on them to -go back
with us a' d help us take the werke.
Some of thsm cod-not stan.t th-e ap
peals, which were^ showered on themt
thick and fast, and joined us in the
Without. going further im.o detei!
just here I will s top long ennugh te
escribe trne physical features of ths
le fie'd as near as I can now
ct after the lapse of nearly 35
the sonthwest from the
fortifications, whiob we stormed and
captured, lay a large, open and uncul
tivated field abont one-fourth of a
mile in extent to the northeast termi
nating at a skirt of woods and on
elevated ground. It was in - this skirt
of woods, jnst at the edge of the field
the enemy were posted behind the
breastworks lately held by our forces.
Abont 200 yards In front of the fortifi
cations, on an inc:ine from the fortifi
cations and parallel with them lay a
depression or a ravine, with elevated
ground to the rear over which we had
advanced and to the front where the
enemy lay. We were halted in this
ravine and aligned for the final cbargeI
the enemy's bullets passing harmlessly
over our heads as we were below the
range of their musketry. The Colonel
ordered us t charge as soon as we
were aligned. We obeyed the com
mand by moving out of the depression
in the direction of the enemy. until
we came in deadly contact with the
range of their musketry and then fell
back into the depression or ravine
referred to, without any panic. The
Colonel ordered us again to charge
with the same result. I do not now
recollect how many times this move
was - repeated with the same result
each time, but I do recollect that it did
continue until Sergeant Rembert, of
Capt. Graham's company, of the 2nd
S. C. Regiment, advanced in front of
the regiment, raised his cap, waved it
above his head, and started for the
breastworks, and every man in the
regiment, so far as I know, followed
him, and so qaickly and impetuously
was the charge made that we lost but
few men and drove the enemy out of
the fortification, re-establishing the
Confederate line and capturing the
48th New York Regiment's flag.
I have thought that this gallant
charge by the two commands above
referred to made General Kersiaw a
m3jor-general, as he was promoted
the field at the second ba:- e f Cold
Harbor for gallantr and1 merl!.
In speaking to (r.eral Kershaw of
the gallant condus ot Sergeant Rem
bert not long before his death he stated
to me that be wi-hed he had known it
before, and had he lived long enough
to have completed tbe history whilh
the Legislature appointed him to com
pile, this incident of Sergeant Rernbert
would have been recarded as a pert of
that hitory, I have no doubt.
I have written this article in justice
to tie name of the gallant sergeant,
whom I have learned is iow dead, so
that ihis incident of him can be per
petuated by his relatives, by his friends
and by the gallant people of Sumter
County, of w 3ich he was once a citizen
and a gallant Confederate soldier, as
suc'9 heroic deeds should not be forgot
ten. Joel Hough.
Camden, S. C , January 18.
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CLERK'S S ALE,
STATE OF SOUTH CAXROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRIFIELD.
COURT OF" COMMON PLEAS
Th:- Fairdield Loan and Trust Company
va. Andrewv Y. Millung. W. L. Slater,
-W. .J. Meyer and .John E. WAade. as co
partiie:s under the firm name of Siater,
Meyer & Co.. E. A. Berll, J. 'I. Norris
0and U. C. Cooner, as copartniers undcr
thec firm n:ame of Beall, Cooner & C2.,
and Rtobert F. Williams Company.
TN pursuaree of an order of tha Court
.1of Conmon Piene, made in the abovs
stated ease, I will offer for sale, befcre the
Court House door in Wmnsboro, S. C., on
FIRSTf MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next, withih the lega! lhsurs of sale, ati
public outcry, to the nighest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
"All that certain tract of land, lImg,
being and situate in the ounty and State
THREE HLUNDISED AND FIFTY
Acres, more or l'ss. %oundel on tho north
by lands of Mrs. Lorena E. Macile and
L~ IAi. Nillingi, east by lands of William
Tmms snd Mrs N. K. Rabb, south by
lands of Mrs. N. K. Rabb i nd R. Y. Lem-.
mro::; west by lands of W. Rt. Rabb and
John M. Lenmmon. Thre tract of landl:ere
by intended to be conveyed being the same
tract conveved to said Andrew Y. Milling
by W. HI. Kerr, C. C. P., 4th November,
TE11e.I oF sa LE:
One-th~ rd of the p~urchas money to be
paid io cash on the day of sate, the ba!
anree on a credit of' one and two iSss, ma
equal a'anual instalments, witI' ir.terest
from the~ day of sale at the rate of eight
pcr cent per annum, p'aya Ile aunnally, to
be secured by the lyend of the purrhaser
and a mhortgaoe of th.- premises, or a!! cash
at the option ci the purzhaser. P'arehaser
to pay for all neesa papars and record.
ing of same and for a!!nrecessary zove ue
Rt. IL. JENNINGS.
October 14, 1899. C. C. . P F. C.
-4 caed;: bomewith
simiq ting theoca andRegu11
ig the Stomba s aindBoweis o
OpmnTMorphine tor Mirered,
!KOT NAR COTIC
Ra ak - I
.&.set So& +
rU ced -
Apcifed Remedy for ConstUpa
tion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea.
ness andLOSS OF SLEEP.
Fac Simile Signature of
rEXACT o WPPlR,
MA E O SOT~lCAR. LINA,
covT- OIF FATRFIE!
COUT' O ,' )F COMO P) .1 ;A,'%S.
SSan L.. De.,Por:e~sand W',l.. L. Des-!
Portesas Exetors o 1: iorte,
deceased, vt;. W. J. Ilao1,1-.,. s ille D-.
Hagood aud W. -1. Kevnan.
N pursiance of an oider of Court of
. ommon Pleas. ma e l 'ih above
statedcase, I will otfer for - lefore thne
Ccurt House door in Wiuns~ -;o, S. C., tn
FIRST MONDAY IN NOV 1IBER
next, within the l-gal hours of sale, at
public outcry, to higbest bidder, the
folowiegdescril d prop'erty, to wit:
All thaf certain piece, parcel or tract of
land lying, being and situate in the
County of Fairfie d and S ate aforesaid,
TWO IiUNDRED AND THIRTY-T 0
mre '~r less, andl b unded on t e north
by lands' f tile estate of Mrs. Sarah Cei
ter, en the east by lands of Gracia
Haood, on the south by lands of iI
Haood, and on the west by-lhnds of J. W.
TEEMs OF SALE.2
One half ca-sh, the balance on a credit of
oe year with interest from day of sale
secured by bond of purchaser and mort
with the privilege to the purchbaser of pay
ing all ca-h.t
R. H JENNINGS,
Oct. 14, 1S99. C. C. P. F. C.
STATE OFSOUTII CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELDT
COURT OF COMMON lEAS.
The Hlome Savings Association, of Winns
boro, S. C., vs. F. M, Flaherty. I1
N prsuance of an order of the Court
ofuCommon Pleas, made in the above
stated case, I will offer for sale, before the
Court IHouse door in Winnsboro, S. C., on
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEM1BER
lex-, within the legal hours of sale, att
)ublic outcry, to the highest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
"All that certain piece, parcel or tra':tt
of land lying, being and situate in the
County and State aforesaid, containing
more or less, bounded by lands of 0. B.
Boev, lands of Wooteti, by other lands of
the .id 8. M. Flaherty and by lands of
3. WV. Brown. The land hereby intended
to be conveyed being the same land con
.eyd to E. M. P'li'ty by Fannie E.
Iarmon by tde-d d'I tedl 1th day of Feb
ruary, A. IL) &>0, anxd beinge part of a
tract of m:-' hundi ed and seventy-five
ars :;r or;. *es- co e ed to the said
Fan lia E. ii::rno byi amuel WV. Book
hart by dee i. d(L 1*.. Jurne, A. D). 1879
recordedi in~ /1 Z. Z in ofilC of
O):f. liaid of':e. :ss ;. 011ey to be
pait is ce- sdy fs th-ebalance
inte:S1: 0:'.-s r- ' I b securell
by te~ ' ea at: t"gage of
~remie n : - o *' ~ iisa o.ic:1 of pur
chast5 r, the- *.urchaser to pay -or all -Ieces
sary panpers anid recordin::. sam .
Oct. 14, 1899. C. C. -. -' C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROL INA,
CoUNTY OF FAIRF!ELD.
COURtT OF COMMON PLE \S.
The American Freehold Land Mortgage
Company Limited. v~s. W illiami R. Mc
Cormick, A. F. R-uff and W. 11. lRuff.
IN pursuance of an ordler of t!:e Court
ofCommxon Pleas. made in the n':cve
stated case, 1 will offer fcr sale, bofoi e the
Court Uloase door in Win1nsboro, S. C., on
FIRST MONDAY IN liOVEM1;ER
next, within the legal hour-s of sale, at
puclic outcry, to the highest bidder, the
following described prop~erty, to wit:
"All that certain piece. p~arcel or t act
of land, lying, being a.nd situate on Rb
thelle Creek, in Township No. 5, of the
County of Fairfield and State of South
TWO HUNDRED AND) FIFTY-ONE
AND ONE.HRiLF ACLIES,
jore er less, an:1 icunded on the nxorthi by
lands of. Jame-s .bones: on the sout~h and
east by land'.s of D~avid M. .a; -andl on
,he wi-st by- la:.d- of Ph:ig M Cohen" 1
TEnMs OF sALE:
One-third of the purchase money to be
paid in cash on the day of ae, th'e bal
ance in two xe-lual annual instda-nts frumn
the day of sale, with i::terest~ frm t'e day
o saie: to be secured by the bond of the
purchaser and morctg. ge 0ofx ti ~ n preme,
or all cashx at the option of thce na urcer.,
Purchaser to pay for all nce ary pprs .
and reording of saxre.
R.IE, JE\NIG -
Octcer, 1%9. C. C. P. F. C. i
1n_ 1 t l . -
TMC CENTAUR Cft ,Y NEWYOPK CCTY.
STATE OF UTH CXROINA,
COURT OFOMDION PLE -S.
Lhe lineric.in Felhold Land Mortgage
Company of Loion Limited vs. Wi-iam
11. Ruff. Silas V. Ruff aud ! -e Loan
and Exchange hk.
N ursuance cfn order of the Court
of Cor mon Fas, made in the above
tated case, I wiliffer for sale, before the
'ourt House ctr in Wipnsboro, S. C.,
FIRST MOND.Y IN NOVEK-DER
.e t. withini the egai hours of sale, a
ublic outcry, tothe hihest bidder. thi
ollowing describd propercy, to wit:
First. All thatparcel o: land lying
ing and situate a the County and Stat
ore or less, sepaated from : he house o
oe tract by H~olmes Creek, bounded b;
ands of John Cursj, 31rs. Rebecca O'Neca
iom Martin and ,Vade Herndon, wic
)arel is called Mo;tgomlery.
Second. All that parcel of land ly in
being and situate in he County and St at
~foresaid, known as the Gin House traC
O,E llUNDr.ED ACRES,
e Yarborough, now belonging to Glen1
his tract beingseparated fromn the hou
ract or Home tract by the pubi e roe
ending to Jenkinsville...
Third. All that parcel of land 1.in:
cing and situate in the County and Sta
iforsaid, known as the House or Hon
)NE HUNDRED AND FORtTY-FiV
ore o:.less, boun d lic road ru:
:ing from Long R n to Jen l,
lohnes C eek, wvhi h separates l ?
otgomery tract, y lands of Dr. M
ckin, and of W e Herndon, -!r. TI
lds of the highest idders f' r s.:-d sep
etc tradt bi h e pted by t. sad Cle:
onditionuo, tits upon co~iditionl th
he remises when said as one entire tra
s- ereinafter direct.ed shall bring le:
han the aggregate 'of the amounts of tl
iighest bids for the tracts so offered sep:
tely. And when all of said separa
racts or parcels have been offered for sa
tnd knocked down -to the highest bidde
herefor conditionkily as above set fort
he said Clerk shall offer the entir: 1:ren
es made up of said parcels, en masse,
single entire tract. If the aggregate
he amounts cf the highest bids bid f
aid parcels offered separately shall exe e
he amount bid f->r the entire premises
,whole, then the said Clerk upon cor
)liance with the terns of sale, shall ex
ute to each of the respective purchase
:or said separate raarecels a deed for i
)arcels so separately sold. But if ti
Lount b:d for the entire premises
nasse as a single -t-act shall exceecd tl
rgwate. of the amounts of the highev
)ids offered for the- -a p:emises as col
itionally i-old in seperat~tracts, then ti
id Clerk shall execute a. deed to tl
:ntire premises to the highest bidder, upc
compliance with the termis of sale, ar
he bids for sa'd'separate parcels :Xeri
eparately as aforesaid shall be wholl
isregarded null and void
TER.MS OF SALE.
On-tird .of the purchase money to I
)aid in cash on the day of sale, the :blam
ii two equal annual instalments frc m ti
lay of sale, with interest from the day
ale at eight per cent per annu;", to 1
ecur d by' the bond of the purchaser at
ir ortgage of the premises, or for all ea'
Lt the option of the purchaser. The pu
haser to pay for all necessary papers ar
e~ ord ing.
Rt. II. JENNING;s.
Oot. 14, 1899. C. C. P' F. C.
LETTERS BOf ADMidlISTPATh%
STATE OF SOUTH CAROjINAt
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
y S. R. JO HZYSTOY, Esq., Judge Probl'
W HEREAS, R. H Tenning 'ic
of Court, hath madeic
ne to grant him letters of stiini
ration, with Wiil annexed. of ti
;tate and eflects of Annie D arh..
These ar'. ther ef re to cit e n~d fa
ijonish all and singnlar the kind:. ai a:
~reditors of tie said Annie Unrhat
lceaed, that they be ard 'ppe:
efore meI, in the Court ot Pr
ate, to be held at Fairlic~d Gou
louse. S ,ud - Caralin, on :~a 16
my of Novenu:' t next, after pnh
;tio hereof, at 11 o'clock in: ;he for
~oon, to show cause, it any 'ih'r har'
vhy tne said Administration sh
rt be granted.
Given under myv hand tlb- G.h iid
fO'o-er, Anno Domini 1899.
S. R. JOIINSTON
10 - 6-Jndge of Pro-b d
LAD OR MAN wanted to tra.
and appoint agent.
er moth salary and all expenIS(
T IV TLER CO., 240) .Toenst St.,' Phil:
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Ilie M. Douglass vs. Ladson R. Milling,
&ndrew Y. Milling, W. L. Slater, W. J.
deyer and John E. Wade, as copartners
Linder the firm name of Slater, Meyer &
Co., E. A. Beall, J. B. Norris and B. R.
Cooner, as coparmuers under the Ifirm I
name of Beall, Cooner & Co., and Rob
ert F, Williams Company.
N pursuance of an order of the Court of
Common Pleas, made in the above
ated case, 'I will offer for sale, before the
Durt House door in Winnsboro, S. C., on
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
ext, within the legal hours of sale, at,
ublic outcry, to the highest bidder, the
lowing described property, to wit:
"All that certain tract of land. contain
TWO HUNDRED ACRES.
ore or less, lying and situate on the
aters of Jackson's Creek, in the County
f Fairfield and State aforesaid, and
oundeI by lands of the estate of Naniy
. Hastings, deceased, lands of John M.
emmon and W. R. Rabb; the said tract
f land being s'tuated on the northern
ide of the public road leading from
Vinnsboro to Kincaid's Bridge.
TERMS OF SALE:
One-third of the purchase money .o be
paid in cash on the (ay of sale, theb al
nce on a credit of one and two years, in
equal annual instalments with interest
thereon from the day of sale at the rate of
eight per cent per annum. payable annu
ally; to be secured by the bond of the pur
chaser and a nr ortgage of the premises.
The purchaser to pay for all necessary
papers and recording of same and for all
necessary revenue stam p.
R. 11, JENNINGS,
October 14, 1899. C. C. C. P. F. C.
CLE RK'S SALE.
STA'.E OF SOUTII CAROLINA,
COV\ TY OF YAMIFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The Fairfield Lcan and Trust Compan:
vs. C. N. Bundrick and Ketchin Mercar
N pursuance -:f an order of the Cow
of Commou Pleas, made in the abov
stated case, I will offer for sale, befo,
the Court lIouse door in Winnsboro, S. C
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER,
next, within the legal hours of sale, i
public outcry, to the highest bidder, tli
fo.!owing described prorerty to wit:
1. "All that piece, parcel or tract
land lying, beir aiid situate in Fairfie
County in the State aforesaid, .containh
SEVENTY-TU i: ACRES,
more or less, bounded on the north I
lar.ds now or formerly of Mrs. nuna
Gradick; on the east ,y lands now
formerly of the McGrath estate; on t
south by land of N. J. Gibson and Sar
ibson; west by lands of D. R. Elk
being tract of land conveyed to me (C.
Bundr:ek) by WIn. H1. Lyles by de
dated 7th February, 1393."
2. "All that certain piece, parcel
tract of land in Fairfield County m t
State aforesaid, on Alligator Creek, tril
tary of bittle River, known as tlhe Ly
tract, and containinu
TWO HUNDRED AND TWENrI
imore or less, and boundedi by lands
Thomas F. Mann, W. P. Jlones, C.
Leitner, R. II. Jennings; est. C. ). Tra
Dr. Arledge and W: C. Russell."
13. "All that certain piece, parcel or tr
of land lying, being and situate in
Coanty of Fairfield and State afo:esi
lands of T. C. Watt,; on the east il
tract known as the Yarborough or L:
etract of laud; on the south by the Bro'
tlBridge Road; and on the west by lands
Albert Russell, and being known as
R Iussell tract, conveyed to said C.
eBundrick by William Russell; which d
of conveyance was duly recorded in
office of the Register of Mesne Com
ances on the 4th day of M arch, A. D. E
in~ Book A. P., page 591."
TERMs OF SALE.
yv One-third of the purchase money ofe
e tract to be '~
c- a ~ ceit of
ie an a 4 4~n equal anulins
a- mentswithinterest thereon from the
k of sale at the rate of eight per cent,
at annum, payable annually until the w
nt dent and interest be paid, to be securet
ss the i ond of 'the respective purchasers
ie a mortgage of the premises, respecti
- sold, or all cash at the option of the
te chasers, respectively, and the respec
le prchasers to pay for all necessary par
s and for recording t' e some, and all ne
.~ sary stamps. 1.R ENNS
s Oct. 14th, 1899. C. C. P. F.
is Letters of Administratic
s STATE OF SOUT CAROLINA,
ieCOUnTY OF F~inFIELD.
n By S. R. O H.ST Y,Esq., JudgeProl
HeITEREAS, I. l .Jennig, Cler:
VYCourt, 'hath made suit to me
Sgrant him letters of administration
Sthe estate and effects of John H. Cla
d These are, therefore, to cite and adir
:d ish all and singular the kindred
creditors of the said John II. Clamp,
cease., that they be and appear be
me, in the Court of Probate, to be hl
Fairfield Court House, S. C., on the
eday of November next, after publica
ehereof, at 11 o'cle,.k in the forenoon
ee show cause, if any they have, why
esaid adniinistration should not be grant
Given under my band, this 16th da:
'~October, A. D). 1899.
"Sing their own praise.'
The STIEFF IB TIIE PIANO
e BUY; it has NO EQUA L as yen C
k the MIDDLElIAN's PROFLTS n
LO will last a litetime; but we h -ve
5- eral BA RGAINS in. other makes.
e We have taken in EXC HANGE F
, STIEFF'S TWO IVES & PO)
PIANOS. one, the fine,-t styie i b.at
1- manuf- ctures and it ib almost new
d o want this make unie ar e barpi
et Baltr, Md.
. jFa t iry Branch Ware-Room, No
tForthb Tryon St., Charlette, N. C
SC. Hi. WILMOTU, Manager.
IMONEY TO LOAN
On farming lan ds. Eny paynme
No commissions barged. Borro
pays actual coat of perfecting kt
- Interest 8 per cent.
JOHN B. PA LMER & SON,
30 Coiumbia, S. C
Sor A. S. & W. ID. DOUGLASS,
.104 Winnhbrn. S. (
Central Time Bctweenc InmblaUd Jack
5onville. Eastern Ti ejBetween Co
lumbia and Oth r Points.
Effective June th, 10
No. 34 No. 36
Northbound. Daily. Daily.
--- ~8 8208a 7 45p
Lv. J'ville, F.C.&P.By.... 12 35p 11 P
" Savannah...............-48- - 43- -
Ar. Columbia ............. -
700a 5 30P
Lv. Charleston, So. By-- - - -6 -9P
Summerville..:.............-8- 55 7
Branchville ................ 23 8 24p
Orangeburg............... 10 15 9 20P
Kingvile -.................. -1-- - 10-- - -
Ar. Columxbia; ...... .. .. - - -0
L~~. August, y - 3P 10 15P
" Aiken. ........... ...-3-p 1- -p
" Trenton...................49P 1120P
" Jobnstons............. -p 2 a
Ar. ColumbiaUn. dep'-- -: 45p 5503
Lv Col'bia Bland'g st........ 6 3p 649
Chester.................- s- P 811
Rock Hill----------------- ---
Ar.Charlot ..-------------- --
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Ar. Richmond .-.-..-- 6008 25P
ArWashington.. .. 7--0- +P
Philadep a .....-.-.. - 203p 62a
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LV. Wash'toii, So. y
Lv. Richmond4................88op 12 01
41a 6 0p
Lv. Dtanville ..............
Rock Hill .................998 11 4P
'~Chester.................. Oa 101s,18
Vinnsboro .............. 12.8 1.8 8
Ar Co'bia Bl~d'g st ......... 91125a 40p
LT. Columbia~fl.deP't......... 116 ~
1 23p .872a
Trenton .8p .8.1a
Ar. Aiken .................. 15P.7IR
-4raniteville 45p9........... 1
IAugusta.............. -24PP 840Os
rigville ............ ....... 49 88P e
**.... 29p 6 22z
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"A? Charleston........---- -
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SLEpLNCS CAR SE ICE.
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norl n- Newbo o.. . 11 25a 1 87T
tR olA 34--.NoO - 1 a
p re ss. D m i U n - ..- -. -- C1 28 p 6.82
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Augusta. an. .ew.York.
n Cui so. Ey., -. Wash.g...
f a 11 . . . . . . . . -- - - - 5 2 2
Ld d Plma Slfting Cars bta een CbarlOttt
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C r eod Richm n....-.
No:. 35 and. -C..yFast 10 ar b
Pullan daiwtly room bufetri bee
)y 'trien Jaeksonflle and ew Y rk nd PE'
So. ;,Oepjur cars botween A st and (Ar
or lotte. Drning, lnars serve al n eals enroute
Plman seing cars beteen JacksonvilltE
andPu olanbia, enroUte aily b tween Jack
sonville and Cincinnati, via Ahe -
nFRANK S.G-,%.N-NON4 J. M.
9. ThirVP. & Gen. gr. T. M.. Wsigton
e W. - .s-K. - .HA .DWICK,
-> -.. :Ahington. A. A.. Atlanta.
I have them at ~c. per
ya Also a full line of 4ost de.
a licious .Crackers and Cakes,
e embracing all varieties4
N. CraCkers, .Banquet Wafers,
the Salted BanquetsButter Thins.
K~ Taes Pinea le, \ Rasp.
berry' n . h - nd
hwiche*. - fl ,inds'or
*~Lemons, Vanilla and Gin
Ioe Try them and be con
a vinced. They are the BEST.
2 GIVE ME A CALL.
J. S. McCarley,
Dealer in Fancy Groceries
and Baker's Bread.
n ----I HAVEr
a Silver-Plated Table Spoons,
o Teaspoons and Medium Forks
the tat I 'will sell at
fCost for Gash.
To letter them, at cost prices,
will be THREE CENTS PER
Come and see them.
IITOP m n A Forune in t fo
TO ~ri~u~" on. Starting KEY
ave se t Free You
Vecan be made a splenidid Hypnotizer at
t t once. Address M. Y..Young, 363 11 r.ry
v - :t. Urookly , N. Y.
If c--1 beuormes the hr. .
P'romotea 'i laxuriant growth.a
Eitrat of Beef,
Cook Book* e
telling how to prepare many det:
cate and delicious dishes.
A Address, Liebg Co.,K 0 Box, 2718
r diges tiorl
FEY TABLE SYRUPS, CUBAN(
Cane, Golden Glory, Honey Drip,
Orange, Diam New Orleans and
New Cream (Theese. Dried App
-S lbs. for 25c.
Full line Canned Goods. Tomatoes,
8-qs. cans 25c.
Cudaby Picnic and Boneless Hams
Stooked Bacon always on hand.
Ciffees ind Tradof4 the
loose Pickles at 8 1-Sc p
Potatoes, Onions an
All grades of Toba
vaotg to us
are fresh. Prices low. -
A NICE CARLOAD OF: HO
and Males, A few combi
die and HJarness Horses. I
them cheap for cash er exchani
or mules or plug horses.
I will pay the highest cash uirice-for
good Milch Cows; also for Fat Beef
I have a fe w Second-Hand Buggies
for sale; also one Secos - Hand Two.
ion~rsbor1o, S. C. -
&your own selection). to every sub.- ~ _
scriber. Only 50) cents a year.
,A LADIES' MAGiAZJNL
Abeautiful colored plates; Iatest
orle Eolid &bin te
Perfect-Fitting Paper Patterns.
Askforiem. sod innearlyeveryc
and town, or by mail from