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15. V": 1
H|be collected from the
S&1.25 a. m., 5.20 p. in.
Br. u. Jennings, Cle; k.
f?? It. E. Ellison, S.F.C.
By Along?A. WilJiford &
B Bargains?Q. D. WilliB*editors
?II. S. Wylie,
Eitary Institute?D. S.
9 Bd. Directors.
Sbita4.e to say that Q. D.
is the place to get the
f shoes. *
the Fair were surprised
line of exhibit?, and
Itnall crowd to lack of
pell as to hard times.
e has just received
ladies' hats, which will
es to suit the hard times.
Hi ready some talk of the
Tear ball given by the
B at this place. No deHps
vet been taken howBt
political upheaval and
Bel age up North has not
done on a large *ca!e y?.t, and will not j
b?, EMtii the success or non-success of j
the experiment is proven.
?>Fer ft-esb grocerie?, read the ad- J
l? vertisement of A. Williford & Co. in
this morning's issue. They also have
a full line of saddles, bridles and harness,
which they are selling cheap for
?In consequence of the illness of
Prof. Witherow School Commissioner
w;I.r \ft. \v J "Keller
iXlIlULIg UiVS engage*. mi. ?. v. ?
and Mr. D. G. Dwight to assist him in
grading the papers of the recent examination
?Bear in mind that if you wish
your order for a crayon portrait to go
forward with the next lot yon will
have to bring your picture not later
than Monday to Lauderdale. *
?We respectfully suggest to the
R. & D. R. R. a cheaper rate for next
year's fair, and incidentally aavise the
adoption of a winter schedule for
train No. 37, south-bound. Give a
margin of two hours.over its schedule
time here and it will be satisfactory.
?rne moie sioien oy a uegiv josi
week was found on Genl. Brattoirs
- Canaan place Thursday. A. negro,
supposed to be the thief, was arrested
in Chesier and brought down for
identification. He was the wrong
negro, however, and was turned loose
at once. ,
?The crowd this year will probably
be at the Augusta Exposition. Few
attended the State Fair, preferring to
wait for this since the railroad rates
are about the same. This town will
1? s3sntttv> nno i- tjrn 'nn rP(^ I
pivuaui) BCUU UV1IU IIVU1 I/KV
visitors during that occasion. The
Ountv too has an exhibit there and
that will be of interest to all of us.
Hence some will go for a holiday,
some will be attracted by our County
exhibit, some may be by the liberty
allowed over there to take a drink of
<;uno?5ciaF and aH by the desire for
?The Davis Sewing Machine Comcanv
or which Mr. J. O. Boag is agent
here, received an award of merit at
the Columbian Exposition. *
?The base ball season is over, but
there is always something to interest
the lovers of athletic sports. The foot
bail season has opened with a grand
flourish, and those who during the
summer and early fall watched the
papers eagerly for ball news, now
just as auxiously read the reports of
the foot ball games between Yale, Harvard,
Princeton and other leading
* * ?- * J* i__
nniversities. rua game is rapiaiy j
becoming popular in the Seutli, and
we *ader&tand a series of gawes is
feeing arranged between some of our
8t?te colleges. It will not be very
long before every villiage and hamlet
which hasn't an "eleven" will be considered
sadly behind the times.
?The members of the Dramatic
Club have been disappointed 60 many
*:Moonilr In fhAipnljins fnr mstincr
UU1C3 1 IUC.JWJ ... UL.LU
a brief theatrical tour, that they are
almost afraid to make any more definite
announcements. It seeuts, though,
that their visit to Ches'er and Rock
Hill in the near luture is a certainty.
Only one or tw? members of the cast
Highest of all in Leavening Pow
ir ii?tm i ! i 11 ii i i n?i n?Hymeneal.?Married,
November 1, 1S93, at the residence of
the bride'* parents, br Rev. J. W.
McClure, Miss Carrie Brice Rlchard8?n
and Mr. Thomas II. Dunlip. All
' of Fairfield County.
j ? Lauderdale has still a nice assortj
ment of ladies' wrap* which will be
closed out cheap. Look a: them if
you wi?!i one. *
The Augusta Exposition.?Tn?
Augusta Exposition has in todav's
issue an advertisement which our
readers should be sure to see. The
railroad rates are verr low, being only
$2.40 from this point. A large number
of exhibitors have transferred tlieii exhibits
from Chicago, and some of these
alone will be worth the trip.
This Bar Endorses Judge Simontox.--a
petition ha* been signed by
| every member of the Winnsboro Bar,
requesting President Cleveland to j
Judge Charles II. SimontonP!
ghip made racaiiUttgg^he
death of Simou
ton is thoroughly appreciated and adKiirrd
by the members of the local;
Unclaimed Letters.?The following
is a list of letters remaining un!called
for in the postofficefor the weekending
Mrs. M. S. Adams, Miss Minnie
Srunham, Miss May Dobz, Mrs. Judy
Gibson, Mrs. Spence Lee.
All persons calling for the above
named letters will please say they
are advertised. There is a fee of one 1
cent upon each letter.
A Cjiaxcb for a Deserving Bot.?
Reference to another colunnt will
show an advertisement containing the
official announcement thatthe directors
ot the Patrick Military Academy have J
perfected arrangoments whereby one I
meritorious young aian of limited
mean6 from each county will be admitted
to that institution free ofcharge
for tuition. The School Commissioner
of each coutitv has the privilege of
making these appointments in any
way he sees fit. Appointees must be
named on December 16th, and they
will matriculate January 1st. The
total annua! necessary expenses of a
pay cadet at the 1'. M. I. does noti
ovcrod $040 Renpfin!ari#>s will be I
required to buy uniforms, pay board,
and incidental*. Their expenses therefore
will foot up to not more than $190.
The scholarship is in other words,
worth $50. This is an excellent opportunity
for some boy in eeaich of an
Mr. J. II. Cummings is in town.
Gen. Brat ton returned to Winnsboro
Mr. C. A. Matthews, of Charlotto,
was in town Monday.
Misses Annie and Ella Wright leave
today to spend a portion of the winter
Miss Ada Cure:on returned Sunday
from a visit to relatives in Chester
Mr. John Jay Cohen, Jr., of Augusta,
has been spending a few days with the
family of Mr. John G. Mobley ai their
home near Winnt-boro.
Rev. and Mrs. Neil Pressley and
family left Tuesday for Tampico,
Mexico. Miss Jeunie Rosborough,
who has been in South Carolina for
several years, returned to Mexico
with her parents.
There will be a meeting of t!sc
County Alliance in the Court House,
-- u-: 1 \r 3^
ill tv iiiizmhji u, uii iuuiiuav, iiuvcmuci
27, at 11 a. in. A full attendance is
requested. W. L. IiOSBOROUGH,
Ther? will be a meeting of tbe directors
of the Farmers' Mutual Insurance
Association at the Court House
in Winnsboro on November loth, at
12 ?. A full meeting is desired.
Thos. P. Mitchell,
FAIRFIELD AT THE FAIR.
Fairfield exhibitors at the State Fair
always succeed in capturing their
share of premiums, and this year
proved to be no exception to the rule.
\!iv John Cr. Moblev's herd of cattle
swept the field, taking in all several
hundred dollars in premiums.
Mr. F. Elder's bu'l t?ok firs'premium
in his class as well as well as the
| sweepstakes. In all, $3o.
srfs&^mhi&i'dcn ls usual was a rery
BKn, and they
Hp receive all the
^ agemeut possible.
rpro be made the day
er.?Latest U. S. Gov't Report
I WHO KNOWS IIUGir McCRORETf
i Information Aboat a Former Citizen of
| The News axd Herald lias received
; the following- letter which is published
I ill order that the desired information
! may, if possible, be secured:
j Editor News and Uerald, Fairfield, S. C.:
i Dear Sir?FTn?h McCrorev left Fair
! field, S. C., for Texas between 1S39
i and 1842. His heirs are now entitled
j to some valuable property in Texas,
i if any proofs can be made as to his
I identity. There are probably some
I old persons in your County who can
} give ihe needed identification.
Will you please publish this in your
, own way, and request those who
i knew Hugh McCrorey to write to me.
j Very respectfully," R. G. IIitt,
Bureau of Information for Negi
lected and Abandoned Lands in Texas.
REPUBLICANS MAKE A CLEAN
Despatches from the States in which
' elections were held Tuesday show conH^fosTvelyS^ifc
the Republicans have
I won a most oVei^vhelming vicjfljgjBSs***
New York, New Jersey, '^le, Iowa,
and Massachusettsl^ave/elected Republican
candidates*^ very large
majorities. The defeat ?f Democracy
iu the States mentioned is, of course,
very easily accounted for by the fact
tuai me present uusmess ucprcaaiuu 10
attributed by Republican leaders to
the Democratic administration. Everybody
is hopeful that good government
and a sound financial policy will, before
the next Presidential election,
cause a tidal wave such as swept the
country in 1892, ana made Gr?ver
Mr. Mobley, ?ur local dispenser,
has just filed his first quarterly report,
and the following figures taken from
it may be ot interest to readers uf
The Hews and IIeralb. /
The total sales for the quarter
ending October 31st atnoaur.to $3.077.GO
Total profit lor the same thm;, $793.6G.
Expenses $279.14. The net profit to
be devided bet.veeu ihe town and
county is $2H 52. During th? month
of October, $1,371.10 worth ot whiskey,
etc., was sold by the Winnsboro dispensary.
It will be seen that the
sales kare increase.I gradually each
month since the new system went into
operation, and it will be sate to say
that by the 1st of July, l?S94, the people
who buy their "jags" here wiLI have
expended for that purpose upwards af
$15,000. This statement will not- we
thiuk, tend to inake those, who i'rem
priuciple oppose ihe dispensary system,
any less antagonistic to it.
GIVE US AMUSEMENT.
"We have heard the absence of aiausements
at the opera house here this
Rpnsnn remarked nnon time and :israin
recently. Mr. Boag, who Inst year
had furnished ihc town with some
really fine entertainments, seems to
have made no exertion at all this \ear
to secure anything. Now this place
can and will furnish a faiHioa^e to
such companies as the Lotus Glee Club,
and the Boston Symphony Club in the
musical line, and to "Wilfred Clarke or
some equally strong company of that
character. "We hope to have something
good here before the season is
over, and throw this out as a suggestion
to Mr. Boag. The general worthliness
of the average troupe is what
kills out interest in a town of this size,
but when such troupes as the ones i
mentioned had given entertaioments
here a line of amusements was estab-1
lished which were becoming- fairly
well patronized and which were certainly
refreshing after the years we
had endured worthless farces. We
voice the sentiment of all lovers of
music, drama, etc., when we call for
?Do you need table damask?
Caldwell & Ruff have an extra nice lot
in white and red at very low prices. *
AFFAIRS AT BUCKIIEAJD.
Death *f Mr. "Wm. Ederington?Other
Items of Interest.
FuCkhkad, S. C.7 N?>. 10.?Mr.
Wm. Ederingion, our aged fellowcitizen,
died last night at 11 ?'clock.
He was in his ninety-first year. His
funeral was preached this afternoon at
o o'clock by Rev. B. P. Este* in Rock
Creek Church, and the remains wore
interred in the adjoining gntTeyard.
Mr. Estes was assisted by theltev. Mr.
Bourne, of the Presbyierian (Church.
Mr. Ederingtou died at the residence
of his nephew, Mr. Bun Counts. Mr.
Estes took his text from Job, and his
sermon was instructive :tnd impressive.
We are all pleased at your account
of the recent fair at Winnsboro. I:
must.have been a good thing.
! The County Treasurer told me taxes
were two mills higher this year. Why
Crops will soon be all gathered and
small grain will be put in the soil to
help out the demands <?f the next year.
The sweet potato crop, though <>l
small area, has been remarkably good.
Turnips also are fine.
I 'i"u~ rvf' t !hnro}i
1 iiu vi jv? w. , ?
gave a hot supper at our residence last
week lor the benefit of iheir church,
which proved to be both pleasant and
Two negroes, Tillman Oi'.esby and
? Harrison, became involved in a row
a* a supper and frolic on the night ol
9tn inst., in which the latter was badly
Better times are much hoped for.
J. c. F.
f"" ?ir?SiT.ri!int.ho world for Cuts.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fevej
Sores, Tetter,Chepped Hands, Chilblains.,
Corns, and ali Skin Eruptions, a ad positively
cures Piles, or no pay required i1
is guaranteed to give perfect satfsfactic u
or money refunded. Price 23 csnts loei
bos. For sale by M<\Jslaster & Co. *
Jexkixsvillk, S. C., November ~ ?
7 7 I
j Tlie remains of Mrs. T. K. Bcli were
I brought here from Florence toilav and
j inlorred in the family burial ground,
i The dc^'ca-od was a daughter of Dr. j
j J. G. McMeekin. ';Dust to dust, earth
! to cartii, ashes to ashes." These words
! are ever solemn and awe-inspiring',
i but when pronounced over t' e grave
J of a mother, and mingled with the
j wail of sorrowing orphans, as in this
'case, they seem doubly so. Four
' children are left to mourn her loss.
I Mr. James McMeekin and family
j left for Pacolet Mills, Spartanburg
I Countv. two weeks since. They will
there engage in factory work.
Mr. \V. F. Stanton and wife liave
gone to Florida for the winter.
Mrs. McLnrkin, of llalscllville,
Chester Comity, is visiting1 relatives
and friends in this vicinity. v.
Be modern. Don't harass I he systein
with noxious drugs. Monetery
cures Malaria, Nervousness, Indiges
tion and Hovel Complaints. It is
simple, pleaaant to taste and leaves no
bad etl'ccts. *
MAIM' I N-1'E ARSON.
On Wednesday mnvning, November j
8th, the residence of Mr. and Mrs. G.
Butler Pearson was the scene of a very
joyful event, the marriage of their I
eldest daughter, Aliss juary ^vjsluh i
Pearson, to Mr. Joseph G. Martin,
son of the late Mr. Gladney Martin.
Only the immediate relatives and a
fewJriemte and neighbors were present,
but never has it been the "writer's
fortune to witness a more beautiful
and impressive wedding.
The house was tastefully decorated
with evergreens, feathery ferns and
flowers, interspersed with bright hued
autumn leaves, making a perfect
bower of loveliness. The effect of the
6cene was enhanced by thoughts of
the glorious past. The walls of this
grand old mansion in ante-bellum days
have witnessed many brilliant gatherings
of the gentry of Western Fairfield.
Here the present bride's aunt,
-rtrimm she is named, was led to
Hymen's altar by that most brilliant I
and distinguished jurist and statesman, |
The sky had for several days been
overcast with clouds and, though not
superstitious, we could but be mindful
of the association of trials iu life
with gloomy weather, for the old
maxim is, "Happy is the bride that
the sun shines on." But Wednesday
morning dawned bright and clear, and,
though a few shadows passed over the
face of the sun, yet at the hour of the
marriage his rays shone forth with !
warmth and brightness, typical of the j
love and hope that glowed in the ]
hearts of the two that were to be made
The attendants, in the order i:i
which they entered the room, were:
Miss Lena IIe;bert Pearson, sister
of the bride, in a charming gown of
shell pink cashmere, profusely trimmed
with rich old family lacc.* Delicate
pink rosebuds nestled in her
golden brown hair and at her fair
throat. She wore suppers aim giuvua
to match her dress, with her stood
Mr. Charles Ladd, grandson of that
talented lady, Mrs. C. Ladd, so well
beloved throughout their neighborhood
and in her old home, Winnsboro.
Miss Claudia Coleman, niece of the
groom, was girlishly dressed, to suit
her years, in a soft snow white cashmere,
prettily trimmed with white
satin frills and lace; ner long uiuctv
hair plaited and tied with white satin
ribbon. She stood with Mr. T. DeJanev.
Miss FiOience Martin, in becoming
decollete costume of heliotrope bengaline,
richly trimmed with beau iful
cream lace, with lilies of the valley in
her hair and on her corsage, came next,
with Mr. Wade .Macfie.
The bride, a lovely petite blonde,
was attired in an exquisite, dainty
costume of soft, billowy, pearl wlrit'e
nun's veiling1, elaborately trimmed in
brocaded silk, ribbon and lacc. She
wore at her throat a beautiful brooch,
the wedding gift of her cousin. Mrs.
It Gaillard, ?f Virginia. In her hair
was tastefully arranged a wreath of
orange blossoms, from which fell in
j soft folds her long, white bridal veil,
I caught at her left shoulder with a
cluster of orange blossoms. She wore
white kid gloves and slippers to match.
As they came in tlie room me ai:
tendants separated, the bridesmaids
j taking their stand in a half-circle on
the left and the groomsmen on the
right. Then entered the bride, leaning
on the arm of the tall and handsome
groom. They to:>k their stand
under an umbrella of ferns a?d white
rosebuds. This device, instead of the
marriage bell, was designed to be symbolical
of the storms of life and the
sheltering protection of the marriage
j The family were honored with the
presence of the lit Rev. II. P. NorthJ
rop, D. D., to perforiti the ceremony.
(All present were charmed with the
beautiful and impressive address, introductory
to the ceremony proper,
wliicli the Bishop made to* the con
trading parties on the responsibility
and sanctity of marriage. Arrayed in"
J the purple cassock, with pectoral cross
j and Episcopal ring?the insigma of
his rank, in a low" clear voice, :mid
the solemn stillness of rapt listeners,
he pronounced the words that made
' them maii and wife.
When the eere^U-Y-^and the congratulations
were over, -the guests
were ushered into the breakfast-room,
where was spread a magnificent^!*?-,
past, of which only liberal country
providers of "ye olden time" can conceive.
After the bride had arrayed herself
in a handsome travelling: costume she
and the groom, accompanied by many
of their young friends, forming a
merry party, repaired to the station,
i where ther took the train for a short,
t /loloT-Jiirr -fnr nrfiSflnt.
i uuuai win, x.. j
| azi extended tour which they contem|
plate later to take to Virginia.
| Miss Pearson, who received her education
in Richmond and has spent a
great deal of her time in Virginia, has
endeared herself to her neighbors in
this her birth-place, and they have
reason for congratulation that they
have not lost her entirely. She will
reside at the old Martin homestead
near the historic little town of Mon*
We must not forget to mention tbat
the presents were numerous and handi
Strother, S. C., November 10, 1893.
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT, the
great Hiooa l'unner, gives iie&uues*
[ and clearness to the Complexion and
cures Constipation, 25c., 50c. For
f Sale at the Winnsboro Drug ^torc. *
We desire to ? y to our citizen?, that for
eyars we have been selling Dr. Kind's
New Discovery for Consumption, Dr King's
New Life Piils. Bucklen's Arnica Salve
and Electric Bitters, and have Bever han,
died remedies that sell as well, or that have
r given such universal satisfaction. We do
, | not hesitate to guarantee them every time,
- | and we stand ready to refund the purchase
11 price, if satisfactory results do not follow
, their use. These remedies have won their
r exeat popularity purely on their merits.
Xr, ('().. DrU2?riStS *
I INDUSTRIAL CONDITIONS IN THE
Keport of the Situation f.?r tin* Week
Ending November ."i, 1S9.'I.
The Tradesman, Chat'auoo^a, Tenu.,
in its review of the industrial situation
in the South for the week ending
November o;h. reports that the settlement
of the financial question is producing
good results. Renewed confidence
is shown bv enquiries recicved
! from prospective investors, by an increase
in the demand for machinery,
by arrangements being made ! > start
up plants that have n<>t been working,
and by an enlarged volum- of mercantile
business. Xo material dvance
can be reported in the iron and coal
market which has practically touched
bottom. The Louisiana sugar c op is
now coming into market and is one f
the largc.-t for many years, and the
same is true of the rice <r p. A slight
advance in the jirieo ol' ?. ??!t?*n has
brought out an increase i Mipply, but
[ many planters who can allbrd t?? do so
are holding for \et. higher prices.
The Tradesman reports twent\ -three
new industries as established or incorporated
during the week, toge:her
with seven enlargements of manufactories,
and live important new
buildings. Among noticeable new industries
are the organization of the
Bessemer Development Company, at
I Llano, Texas, capital 8000,000, by
I T. J. Scmplc and other.-, f> develop
ore lands; the Winston Machine Company,
at Winston, X. C , capital $20,000,
by T. II. Sutton and associates;
the Elkins Furniture and Hardware
Compory, at Elkins, W. Va., capital
, ?20,000, by J. S. Posten and ethers,
and the Simmons liefrigerator and
Manufacturing Company, at Dallas,
Teras, capital $20,000, by James Simmons,
A comprcss company, and a tobacco,
manufactory arc reported at Chattanooga.
Tenu.: mines and ouarries are
to be opened at Cedartown, Ga., Faith
and Woodside, N C.; flouring mills
are to be built at Horse Cave, Ivy ,
Elkin, X. C., and Union City, Tenn.;
lumber mills at "Atlanta, Ga , and Logan
<\ II , \V. Va., and saw and planing
mills at Ball Play, Ala., and Bartow,
A Million Friends.
A friend in need is a friend indeed, and
not less than one million piople have
iounci just such a inena in vr. King s j>ew |
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs, aud
Colds.? if you have never used this Great
Cough Medicine, one trial will convince
you that it has wonderful curative powers
in all diseases of j hroat, Chest and Lungs.
Each bottle is guaranteed to uo all tliar, is
clAimed or; money will be refunded. Tiia!
bottles free at. McMaster & Co.'s drugstore.
Large bottles 50c. and Si.60. *
/y ror v < aciu.x
i'. you arc ; !! wiru mu. r nl.y f-<r nothing
li i< sr-m-rs.' i?:?i itv. 'i iy
r> J:n : a s / ;:n \ /.; ft / Its.
u ?a-ill v u*e yon. mul yive :i l-ho! appetite Sold
ty rill d.-akus in iy line.
The Great EnalUh Remedy,
M Promptly and permanent.
IT cure* all forms of Wervovs
Weaimess, Emission*, $pcrm>
otorrhea, lm.potencya.nd ail
effccts of Abuh or Excesses.
Been prescribed over 35
est Medicine known. A*k
Jrcfrsrist for Wood's PsosBefore
Afler raonnre; If he offers soma
vqorc ana sijicr. wortblaM medlcine to place
sf this, leave his dishonest store, Inclose price In
letter, and we 'will send by return mall. Price, one
-1?? AC mm4Tt olf 4fill r+tr+
pamphlet inolatn sealed envelope, i stamps.
* Address THE WOOD CHEMICAL CO.,
131 Woodward avenue, Detroit. iUch
One cent a dose.
This Great Cough Curb promptly eurea
where all others fail, Coughs, Croup. Sore
Throat, Hoarseness, whoopinp Cough and
Asthma. For Consumption it has no rival;
has cured thousands, and will CURE YOU if
taken in time. Sold by Druggists on a guarantee.
For a Lame Back or Chest, usa
SHILOH'8 BELLADONNA PLASTERJ5C.
E M MQY.
Have you Catarrh ? This remedy is guaranteed
to cure you. Price, 50 eta. Injector free.
For sale at the Winnsboro Drug Store
W B IS S ff WVJf and Opium Hthtf#
MI vT >? fca v cured at home -vritii?HgsViri
Atlanta, Ga. OQc?
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
VT0T1CE is hereby given that all persons
JLi indebted to the esiato of E. G-. So?ith,
deceased, and all persons holding claims
against said estate sliould make settlement,
with, or preseht claims to
II. S. WYLIE,
Anderson, S- C.
Arrangements have been made to admit,
o January 1, 1894. free of charge for tuition,
one meritorious youns; man of limited
msani frnm pao'i ('nimf;v illtllfi Stattf. The
School Commissioners have been requested
-tamake the appointments from their respective
Counties on December 16.
D. S. MAXWELL,
President Board of Directors.
J. L. TRIBBLE, Secretary and Treasurer.
STATE ' I- oOUTII CAROLINA,
?.oL:NTY OF FAIKFIELD.
^ COURT OF COMMON PLKAS.
cferJss W. McCreery, Plaintiff, against
SallieSs^ConEel,"Stephen C. McConncl,
CarnfcDent, Maggie McConnel,
Agn s McCo.Siel. Lu'.a iicConnel, Anna
McConnel, BessI^cConnel, James McConnel,
and R. 1?< Jennings, Clerk of
the Court of CommoS^^s and General
Sessions for Fairfield Coufi-tj^ Defendaiits.
IN pursuance of an order of the Couvt
of Common Pleas, made in the above
stated case, i win oner ior srue, ueiore me
Court House door in Winnsboro, on the
FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER
next, within tlie legal hours of sale, at
public outcry, to the highest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
All that tract of land, situate, lying and
being in the County of Fairlieid, in the
Stute aforesaid, containing
TWO HUNDRED AND SEVENTYTHREE
more or less, and bounded by lands of
N. C. Robeitson, W. II. Robinson, Dr.
Smith and W. M. Smith, and being the
land formerly belonging to James M. McConnel,
TERMS OF SAL*::
One third cash, and the balance iu one
and two years, with interest from day of
sale, secured by bond of purchaser and
mortgage of the premises sold. Purchaser
to pay lor all necessary papers.
Sh riff's Office, It. E. ELLISON,
Winnsboro, S. C., S. F. C.
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B J. QUATTLEBAUM, D. D. S
WINN.VBORO ,g. c.
t rwrmftff iri !?? 111 nmriiFia n?c?P?
With the only complefc
I where every part of the mac
any wonder that Victor Bicyc
There's no bicycle like
I A ^r fliA Ana /?AtrAfn/? i
M Uib UVfVkVU '
of this king of wheels.
fin -~H[ W 1 euaranteed to cure all n
MBr fg*fl Power.Headache.Wake
E52 T) ZH neM.alldralnsandlon*
x? S f-iS 5? vd I broTer?xertlon, yonth
? tilants, Trhlch lead to Int
i nJtR 1 ~ T?i pocket. aiperbo;
: r3LnapL <<ra^ifxTe a written rnara
i?3|(c*MmeBftl?3K34BK>d.-nf;Klsts. A?k for It, ta!
! b&fO&i a.M> aSTSX taisa. in plain Trrapper. Addre
For sale In Winnsboro, S. C., t
a n /r 1
THE CLEVER AND SCJCCESSF
WIDE AWAKE. The wide-awake m!
GAINS. We have searched and fuun
customers hare been looking for. Now
We have bargains In
Dry Goods, Notions and Millinery,!
Ilats and Caps.
Men's, Boy*' and Children's Clothing.;
Bool?, Slices and Rubbers.
Jobbers for the celebrate*
Highest prices paid for
We appreciate trade and guarantee sa
BLACKSTOCK, S. C.
Z: P K A RL
WE SELL THE
Jt~* fr*? .A. JHL Xj
JUST OPENED, A NEW I
AND UN LA
ALSO A FRT
COLLARS . A
T. H. KETC
STATE OF SOUTH CARCUNA,
COCXTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEA.S.
David Hempliill and Paul Hemphill, Executors
of the Will of It. Hemphill, de.
ceased, Plaintiffs, against Edward E.
Mobley, Lucy A. Mobley and Samuel W.
| N pursuance of an order d the Court
1 of Common Pleas, inaf'eir too ?.bc\e
stated case, 1 will offer for sale, before the
Court House door in Winnsboro, on the
FIRST MONDAY IN DE'JEMBER
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
public outcry, to the highest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
All that plantation or tract of lar.d, situate
iu Chester and Fairfield Counties, on
the waters of Little Roctcy Creek, containing
ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-EIGHT
Acres, and bounded on the north by lands
of David Sexton, on the east by J. C.
Douglass, and on the south and west by
lands of the e.etate o? David Mobley. deon/1
lrnnnm a a 1V.d 'Rrncpn Tllapp
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TERMS OF SALE :
One-third of the purchase money to be
paid in cash on the day of sale, the balance
on a credit of one and two years,
with inteiest from day of sale, to be secured
by bond of the purchaser and a
mortgage of the premises sold. The purchaser
to pay for all necessary papers.
Clerk's Office, R. H. JENMNGS,
Winnsboro, S. C, C. C. P. F. C.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
For Renewal of Bank Certificate.
NOTICE is hereby given that I will
apply at the next meeting of the
stockholders of the Winnsboro National
Bank, which meets on the first
Thursday in January next, for renewal
of Certificate No. 22, dated September
23rd, 1873, for fiv^^res of the capital
" -^k^said JankTlssug^J^^at
tlie'date aoove menuouou, wmuu certificate
has been lost or destroyed.
J. K. DAVIS.
October 23, 1893. 10-24td
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COL'NTT OF FAIRFIELD.
By S.R. JOHNSTON, Esq., Probate Judge:
VtHIEREAS, EDWARD P. MOBLEY.
V\ Jr,, hath made suit to me to grant
him letters of administration, with will
annexed, of the estate and effects ol
John Mobley.. Sr., deceased :
These are, therefore, to cite andadmon
ish all and singular the kindred and creditors
of the said John Mobley, Sr., deceased,
that they be and appear before
me, in the Court of Probate, tc
be held at Fairfield Court House, S. C.,
on the 20th day of November, aftei
publication hereof,-At 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any they have,
why the said administration should nol
Given under my hand, this 4th day ol
November, Anno "Domini 1893.
S. K. JOHNSTON,
11-4x6 Judge of Probate.
For surveying, terracing
Leveling, Drawing, Etc.,
T. M, BOULWARE,
7-8fxly . Wbodwari, S. C.
2 bicycle plant in the world,
hine is made from A to Z, is it
les are acknowledged leaders?
Victor, and no plant so grandly
exclusively to the manufacture
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DENVER, SAN FRANC18C0.
DeCTADenT "KEBTE SEEDS.*
KCd 2 URCUi This wonderful remedy
erTous diseases, such as Weak Memory, Lossof Brala
fulness, Lost Manhood, Nightly Emissions. Narvsuaof
power in Generative Organs of either sex caused
fnl errori, excessive use of tobacco, opium or ?ttmirrolty,
Consumption or Insanity. Can be carried la
c, 6 for 85, by mall prepaid, wltb a >S order we
ntee to cure or refnnd the money. Sold by all
ice no othe *. Write for free Medical Book sent sealed
is >?KV? 8??S CO.. Masonic Temple. CHICAGO.
>y J. R. MeMASTKK, Druggist,
laid & Co.
TIT T3TTCTVI?SS \f A V T< AT.WATS
UXi XV. " I I ? -V
m is always SEARCHING- FOR BARd
the bargains which onr friends and
r is their time to come and secure them.
Trunks, Valises and Satchels.
Wood and Willow ware, Crockery and
Tinware, Hardware and Groceries. ?
Bagging, 13, 2 and 2$ pounds, and |
Mew Arrow Ties.
d Octagon Soap.
' Cotton and CottonSeedtisfaction.
)NALP & CO.
^ ^ ^ ^ ^ IT*
IS 'WHAT IT IS.
.OT, BOTH LAUN DRIED !
ESH LOT OF
M / UFFS. i
m mis si ? it
(Dried and Green.)
We also have on hand a nice
Saddles, Mies and Earness
for sale cheap for cash. Also
a good assortment of
and a remnant of Woodenware,
and mary other things
that are in every day demand.
A. WIlLffOBD & CO.
WINNSBORO, S. 0.
$1.00 A BALgr1
FOR the remainder of the season we j
will gin a Baleot Cotton, uetting j
500 pounds, for One Dollar. Our sys- j
tem of ginning is not only convenient, j
quick and !sbor-saving, but turns out
a supener sample of cotton that com.
mands the highest market price.
j "VVe pay the highest cash price for
Cotton Seed, or make a liberal ex(
change ef Cotton Seed Meal and Halls
tyBe sure to call on in before you
OIL 11 MUM CO.
> i VTOW is the time to plant. Ihavesevi
eral hundred young trees: from the
' finest paper shell nuts, for sale.
Price 25 cents a tree, or 10 trees for $2.00.
I 10-21 J. M. BEA.TY.
Oreai Emit if 1893
Tim Aumieffl Ifvi'iflcififlii .
1110 , IlU^UMUi ? LAJUCIlilV;!
:: State :: Fair.
OPENS, NOV. 14. *
CLOSES DEC. 14.
Gjtrat At factions.
T'iriili"jj and Magnificent Spcrtac'rs.
novelties or r,very jvmu, aim special
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14,
WEDNESDAY," NOVEMBER 15,
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17,
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, 21 and 23,
Georgia and South Carol.na Days.
NOVEMBER TO and 24,
Special Dajs Arrange 1 for the Entire
Holding of the Exposition.
$20,000 in Premiums.
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111 ?-* ? '
- - .^2Grand,
Gorgeous and Glittering Spectacular
Production, Combined with the ?
Greatest Indoor ahd Outdoor Attractions
Ever Seen in the South
BUBXIAG OF MOSCOW.
EXCURSIONS FROM ALL PARTS OF
TJ.IE UNITED STATES.
Nov. 14 to Dec. 14, 1893.
Lowest Kates on all itaiiroads.
Tlinrber's Almita, Rio and No1
34 Roasted, Good Java and Rio
Green Coffees, at
F. "W. HABENICHT?S.
| Kin-; of the-Read I
4 nvjwihwy vhv wv#?
j i /All drop for&iflgs and EagKsh *li*J J?
(1 tttbiag. Bearing strictly duxt-proofy \ t
i Blegapt- designs end light weight )|
i j ||
i ? 3s? " "catalooub | ?
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I ;UJtf 6fld_?Alit4d Stt, | .
DRESS GOODS WORTH
ALL colors in Henrietas, Cashmere, J
Serge, Hopsacking, <fcc. Heavy
Storm Serge for making Jackets and
Blazers?cneap. Also Ladies' Cloth
and Flannels. fcgA
We have a pretty lot of Silks in plain
gros-grain?changeable and Bengaline.
We have the handsomest line of 4
Henrietta Finish Satteens in the city.
We have Prints, Ginghams, Outing,
Red and White Flannels, Cotton
Flannels, and, Pome3tics.
^?Jj5ve asplendid lint^f L ^a
S?Sr^ Ladies', Misses' and Children's 1
"ilose. We are selling at 15c. a Fast
Black Seamless Ribbed Hose. ,
We have a nice stock of Notions L
and small waree cheap. ,
We have a better stock of Shoes than
ever before. This is our specialty,
and we take delight in showing them.
Onr Star Tip Children's Shoes fit best J
and wear best.
. We have a good stock of Clothing,
and will make it to your interest to
see It if you want a suit. " y-*
We have been selling a good many '
goods during the last six weeks, but
we want to sell more, and want you to
come and see us.
Priced to suit short crops and hard
times. . ^
CALDWELL & EIFI.
T, X. Xji.
Hare no other. afl
Sold, by all Druggists.
Piice Twenty-Five Cexts.
T. X. L. COMPANY, 1
9-2|9xGm Columbia, S. CThurblr's
Best White Comb fl
tt - - - r j. 'Ul^? r?
nolle J ill iauuv lumiuciowi tayio
use, at fl
F. TV. HABENICHTS.