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WINNSBORO, S. C.
Wednesday, February 21. : : : 18H
General Gordon will lectHre on
"The Last Days of the Confede_??c>"
in Columbia on the second of M^rch.
We wish we had a Gladstone to
abolish our "House of Lords." Then
important legislation would not be
Prof. McGhee of Mississippi has
been elected as an assistant to help
with the duties heretofore performed
by Prof Newman.
It remains to be seen whether an
early campaign and thorough discussion
will make any material chauge
in the administration of Columbia's
We regret very much the fire in the
Greenville Xeics office and are glad
to know that it will be nearly covered
by insurance. AVe should dislike to
miss a copy of it even for a day or so.
Our town should be so supplied
with cisterns that all houses in the
-'rtviinMfo limits Kould be within easy
reach of the efforts and protection of
the fire department. Any action of
the Council looking towards this end
will meet universal endorsement.
Senator Butler has served notice
that national questions are to be the
burden of his lav during the coming
campaign and not personalities. This
n?tice he serves on all opponents. We
toD truly desire that this shall be the
state of affairs, but have little faith
that matters other than "national" will
To the innumerable candidates for
the office of "Our Noble Leader:"
"All thiugs come to him who waits."
Console yourself with this truism (?)
if you chance to be the leader of one of
the incipient and unfruitful "'booms",
keep up with the movement and in
with the "bhovs". and vou will land
The Charleston Sun very sensibly
proposes as the solution of the dispensary
agitation the abolition of the
whole dispensary law aud the adoption
of a high license system. This
would be a nearer approach to prohibition
we once heard so much of.
However, the coming campaign may
disclose any amount cf sensations in
Ix casting about to ascertain the
relative merits of the many gubernatorial
booms, it will not be amiss to
remember that Timmerman bases his
claim to recognition on the sound plea
of precedent. Precedent in general
personal appearance we Hi^an. How
worthy a successor ne would be to our
UIUUVC1V UUU. UUUivltiiulUg iiuuiu
^ Peckham has been defeated, and to
a the personal and political spite of sev- ..
JSiL eral of theJDeiiiQ?i^tk!^9^torr^o tbe
crcdjt.^ There appears to be
among our "courteous" and "dignified"
House of Lords a few members
whose petty and contemptible
contrariness would disgrace the nursery.
There is many a rift in that
halo of reverence and respect which
?nee surrounded the Senate.
Witii Saturday's issue the State completed
its third year, and enters upon
its fourth with confidence. To congratulate
it upon its deserved success
heretofore would be by no means to
V.Srv'k A-f f hf*
CA,pi"C5>5> UlLi WJ.
energy and pluck of our contemporary.
A paper with a purpose, and
honest in that purpose, it cannot but
succeed. May its anticipations of
future success be fully realized.
Tiil United States Senate caused a
great disturbance in the business world
by filibustering and postponing;, without
excuse, the bill to repeal the Sherman
silver law. It looks like this
same body will again k* ep the ou?:*ness
world iu suspense by delaying action
on the Wilson bill. Nothing affects
business more than uncertainty. One j
sin, committed by the Senate, of this i
kind iu one year ought to suffice. Give !
us the vote.
Should the highest courts of the ,
country declare the dispensary law !
unconstitutional, it will mean the |
u 1 11 ?* f/%r? drwrov. !
UCIUII KUCiI Ui [cuiuuiuuii; ?v?, j
nor Tillman, nor any other Governor :
will use the lives of our citizens and
the money of the people to such an
exteut as are beiDg used at preseut to
sustain the dispensary law, for there
will be no revenue received as a :esult
cf prohibition, and this is most assuredly
the objective point of the law iu its :
present plan of operation.
Be modern. Dotrt harass the sys-:
tern with noxious drugs. MoDetery j
cures Malaria, Nervousness, Indices'- j
tion and Bowel Complaints. It is
simple, pleasant to taste and leaves no
bad elects. * i
Laket Gajitt cilia the Register \
"Thumbpaper," and Eays that it is j
"almost as newsy and interesting ae a j
patent office report." lie declares;
that it is Shell's organ and has the j
following to fay about the signer of j
the great Manifesto of 1890: "We
would ask the intelligent reformers of!
South Carolina, did you ever know a
one-gallus farmer lo get tired ot
drawing $433 every mouth in cool
cash, fcr doing nothing, besides a
bonus of $100 for one of his boys?
Aud yet this is the rot G. W. Shell
and his Columbia gan are trying to
make the people swallow." Again the j
Headlight says; Wash Shell f? our!
reformers is just wbat Grover Cleveland
is to the democracy. Both are
sailing under false colors, and care
more about feathering their own nests
than the welfare of the people." It
would be quite interesting to read
some of the copies of the "Thumbpaper"
while the present editor of the
Headlight had charge of it. It would
reveal quite a change of opinion.
The Fight Against the President.
A war is being declared against
President Cleveland in other States
than S?uth Carolina. Mr. Cleveland
has never been a favorite with the
politicians, his strength is with the
mass of the people and exists 011 ac
count ot His nign personal lniegmy
and the soundness of the principles
with which his name has teen ideatilied
When he was first nominated
for the presidency, the politicians said
that he would surely lie defeated. He
was elected, nevertheless. When he
delivered his great tariff message, the
politicians said that it would never do
and would certainly be repudiated by
the American people. It has since
been approved by the people as no
public document ever was. When it
was suggested that he should be nominated
by the Democratic party in 1892,
the politicians said that it would never
do, that "ho was the most popular
man in America, except on election
day." He was nominated, however,
by a large majority. After his nomination,
the professional politician was
certain that it sounded the death knell
of the Democratic party and that he
was leading a forlorn hope. He won
a victory unprecedented in the history
of any political party in this country.
So it has been in every instance when
the politiciani arrayed themselves
against Mr. Cleveland. He has follrvrc-Arl
MnsA hi- the noli^v marked out
by him when lirat came into political
prominence. He is the same Grorer
Cleveland that was Mayor of Buffalo.
He is the same man of destiny, and is
leading his party along a line that will
strengthen it because along that line
arc found true and lasting principles.
One feature of the war against the
President should not be overlooked.
In no instance has the opposition to
him been on account of any of his
principle of government. When the
opposition in each case is thoroughly
investigated, it will be fonnd in. its
last analysis that disappointment in
getting the offices is at the bottom of
it. This is a very striking fact, and it
would seem that the President anticipated
it whan in his i?augural address
he warned his party not to connect its
great victory into a mere scramble for
office. A great many were disposed
to accept the victory as a license to
scramble for the spo'ls, and the President
foreseeing the danger of such a
course has disappointed tlrs class?
aud that'i why there is a war against
the President today.
Senator Irby at one time, after an
interview with him, declared Grover
Cleveland the greatest man in the
United States. Some of the appointments
to office didn't go the way he
wanted, and Senator Irbr forthwith
declared war. So it hai been in many
case* in this State.
And now the Chicago politicians are
about to raise a rebellion against the
President." "Jake" Richards wants
the collectorship of the customs, and
he says: "If I can't have the collectorship
Cleveland can take his
o^n.es^nd go to? with ?em." "Jake"
is, theiefore, ready to declare war.
itememDer, noweyer, mm uc nams an
office, and can't get it. These disappointed
Chicago office-seekers are trying
to get Senator Palmer to lead the
rebellion, and use as an argument why
he should lead the movement that he
has endorsed many of these officeeekers,
and taunt him with hayings j
been "turned down." "VYe are glad
to learn, though, that Senator ^-lmer j
is sileat on the subject and doesn't yet
feel that his pride has been wounded
enough to lead a meeting of officeseekers
against th* President. Other
instances might be cited to show that
the cause of the talk against the President
is disappointment in the division
of the spoils, but these two instances
taken from sections wide apart arc
sufficient to illustrate the point.
t-i_v ? r ~
JKIDGEWAY, O. U., xeu. lo.?oyvcial:
The correspondence and adjustment
of the recent trouble, difficulty
and misunderstanding between Major
T. W. "Woodward and Hon. \Y. J.
Johnson was seen bv your cerrespondent
today. The truth" has been4fully
settled by friends, honorably to both
sides, the necessary retractions were
made and accepted, apparently in
good faith, and thus ends what threatened
to be a serious matter.? Columbia
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lining
of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and !
*< F)p?rfnocs ??:
ildl 11/ A O V 4 VA J vivw\? j a/ \.v*^u vv> ' ?v j
the result, and unless the inflamation j
can be taken out and this tube restored I
to its normal condition, hearing will |
be destroyed forevea: nine cases oat j
of ten are caused by catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed condition of j
the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars |
for any case cf Deafness (caused by j
catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars; i
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. j
rp-Sold by Druggists, 75c. * j
Kidgkway, S. C, Feb. 19. ?Tl.e
business ot our city has improved j
wonderfully of late, net because a J
greater amount of money is in circu- j
lat'on, Lut because the much Jesired j
time tor liens to begin has arrived, j
which is certainly cause for rejoicing j
among ihe agriculturists of our sec- i
tion ?few of whom h ive made sufficient j
corn and bacon to do thorn, owing not j
so much to want ot acreage planted or ;
work, tor the prospect at one time!
was fioe, until blasted by tlie late j
storm which proved so destructive j
throughout ocr State.
Since our last, death has entered our |
midst and taken oft two of our much j
respected and esteemed citizens. Un
Thursday, the Sth inst., Mrs. R. I).
Bolick, consort of our friend R. D.
Bolick, who bad been confined to her
room for month*, breathed her last.
| Xever have we seen one bear her sufferings
with tnore Christian calmness
and fortitude. Her remains were interred
in the Methodist church-yard,
where several of her children lie. A
devoted husband, eight children,
parents and a host of frie:;d3 are lelt
to mourn their loss. Grieve nor, husband,
children, parents, for your "loss
is her eternal gain." The funeral service
was preformed by her pastor,
Rev. Jabez Ferris.
On Saturday, the 10th inst., our old
friend, schoolmate and classmate (at
Mt.Zion) Dr. J. \V. Campbell breaibed
his last. He had a strobe of paralysis
some time since from which he "had
never entirely recovered. The funeral
services were performed by Rev. Mr.
McLure, paster of the Presbyterian
Church, of which church Dr. Campt--ii
i ) l<-? on/1 loflrlino*
UCil UUU .a wiiacivm
member for upwards of thirty years.
.After service his remains were taken
charge of by the Masonic fraternity
and laid to rest in the Aimwell graveyard.
We were pleased to sec so
many of oar Masouic brethren of
Wimisboro lodge present, who came
down to pay tl.e last mark of respect
to our dccea-ed brother. No more
will he meet with us here, but will
occupy a place in that celestial lodge
ab^ve where parting will be no more.
A large family and a host of friends
are left to mourn their loss. We extend
to the bereaved family our heartfoil
One day last week our town came
very nnar having a tire, but foitunately
the alarm was gi\en and by the
premti.ess of the book and ladder
company, and the activity and promptness
of one of our young men, ttie
flames were subdued. The building
took fire. from a spark. There is no i
department more necessary in our j
towns than u weII organized tire depariment,
and as fires are becoming
so common, we would suggest to our
citizens to organiz; at once, and be
prepared for any emergency that :nay
There must ba some line shots in the
Longtown section. Mr. Sainl. Morgan
killed three line turkey gobblers
last week at one shot, making five he
has killed. The three averaged fortyeight
pounds. Two were sold here at
$1.20 each. If there arc not many
down there Sara will soon thin them
Mr. Kli Harrison has returned from
Louisville where he has been attending
medical lectures, and will remain hi
the drug store of Dr. Mood until time
to return. We were glad to welcome
our young friend back and wish him
every success. x. r. z.
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Jb EASTERVILLE, S. U., ? COruury 10.?
There was a nice rain in this section
on the night of the lltli iust.
There has been a good deal of clearing
up and also some plowing.
The small grain crops are looking
very well and bids fair to make a good
There have been several severe eases
of la grippe in the community.
We regret to chronicle the recent
death of Mr. Thos. Jenkins, which occurred
on Monday, the 29th uit.
We regret to announce the recent
death of Mr. Moses Clowney which
i occurred on the 7th inst.
t Mr. Charlie Manning, of Marietta,
| Ga., is visiting relatives and friends in
Miss Mattie Poole, after spending
l some time with relatives and friends
in Winnsboro, has returned to Mr.
N. T. Taylor's.
Mr. Jones II. McLane returned not
long since from a visit to relatives in
! Aiken and Orangeburg counties.
Mr. Jno. *\V. Jeffares returned to
Clemson College on the tnirteentn inst.,
; where lie goes to resume his studies in
; that institution.
Mr. Richard CrosSy left for Lees|
vllle recently where he will be engaged
There was a sociable at Mr. Jno.
Weir's not long since, which was very
much enjoyed by all present.
Mr. It. G. Clownev has moved into
his new house.
Mr. lioe Coleman has almost completed
his new house near the one he
Wc learn that the schools in this
section are in a flourishing condition,
and are under the supervision of efficient
teachers, who are giving general
satisfaction to the patrons.
Politics has not?yct been made the
topic of conversation, but will perhaps
assume a more interesting phase in the
future. I believe the people of this
gection are opposed to a March con
rentiou. I have not heard many express
themselves, but those with whom
I hare talked concerning the proposition
do not think it would be advisable
to agitate the issues of the day so
early in the season. Let them wait |
until the crops are laid by, and then !
the farmers and everybody else wilij
have more time to attend the political
gatherings and hear the questions for I
the consideration and future welfare j
of the people discussed from different i
standpoints by the various candidates ;
for the respective offices to which they j
may aspire, and we sincerely trust j
| that the discussions may be conducted j
I upon a high-toned, dignified plane,!
and thus be devoid cf personal ephi-1
thets and political animosity hitherto ;
exemplified in the State canvass. I j
have no axe to grind, and do not think
I wilt be a candidate for any office in j
the approaching elect'on, but if at any j
time in the future I conclude to an-j
J nounce myself as a candidate for anv '
| position in the gift of the people I shall j
1 adhere to the policy I pursued during !
I the canvass of 1892. I believe in con-!
j sistency and an economical administra- j
tion of the government, both State
and national, realizing, as all intelligent
people do, that the scarcity of
1 money increases its purchasing power,
and thereby rendering it possible for
the sovereign people of any common- j
wealth or nation to conduct the linan-!
cial affairs of the government with a :
less volume of money than it has taken |
heretofore to meet the current ex- j
penses of our government. I believe I
that there are some changes in the!
county and State expenses that might |
be ali'ected and thereby enable the
Legislature to appropriate more money
for the benefit of poor indigent perj
sons who are old and decrepid and not
able to work for their living-. These !
are questions that should engage the
attention of our lawmakers. There
are numbers of persons today who
would be greatly benefited by a small !
pension: the mere pittance of one
dollar or a dollar and a half per month
would greatly relieve their wants, and
I truly believe this could be done by
dispensing with some of our offices
and appropriating the money now
paid as salary to those officers for the
benefit of old persons who are in
needy circumstances, i am sure the
government would sustain no increase
in her expenditures, and by that change
in the administration of the county
government might be conducted upon
a more economical basis; and I think
a change that would not be detrimental
to the government, and in the
meantime beneficial (o objects of
charity, would be one well worthy the
attention of all men.
Mr. Editor, I fear that I have trespassed
on your valuable space, but
thinking that these ideas might be of
interest to some of your readers, I
hare written them hurriedly, and hope
your readers wiil consider the best
points and overlook the defects contained
herein if such exist in the composition
of this article. I believe in |
the everlasting principles of democ- j
racv, which are the greatest good to I
the greatest number. r. r. j.
SilLLOIl'o CUKE is sold on a i
guarantee. It cures Incipient Consuaap-ion.
It is the best Uougb Cure.
Only one cent a. dose. 25 cts, oO cis.,
and $1.00. For sale at the \Vinn>boro
Drug Store. *
THIEVES AT WOODWARD.
Woodward, S. C., Feb. 17.?On
last Sunday morning, alter Mr. George
Brice Iuil awoke from a refreshing <
night's sleep, he looked out and the <
first thing that attracted his attention !
was his smoke house door standing (
wide open. His suspicions were at 1
once aroused, and going out to investi- '
gate he was greatly mortified to find
that thieves had taken advantage of
his peaceful slumbers during the night
to despoil him of nearly all his homeraised
meat. After going in 10 see
how much they had taken, he found
that they bad only left him one small
shoulder, a piece 01 a middling and a
jole, they having carried otl six ham-,
four shoulders, two sides and a jole,
Mr. Bricc at once made some efforts to
trace it up, and got on the ira.ks of
the thieves, but on account of I he
nu::ur.)us well-beaten paths around
thi ro conld only be followed a sl?o:t
distance. Mr. Brice has not as \ei
any clue to the guilty parties. It was
evidently done bv persons who were
familiar with the premises. It is to
be hoped that the scoundrels will ret
be caught up wi;h and punished to the
lull extent of the law. The well lope
of M;ij T. W. Bi ice's well at liis store
was stolen the same nigbt and it is!
supposed that the same rascals stole it \
in order to facilitate their earning offj
ine mear. ;mi . i>nce s young new i
Foundland dag came up the oilier day
witli the stolen jo!c in its mouth,
which had evidently been dropped by
the thieves and lound by the dog
while rambling areund. Mr. Brice
says the robbers were very careful in
leaving him the smallest pieces they
could lind, and he is at a loss to know
whether !hey did it under a kind impulse
of generosity or simply beciusc
they couldn't carry it.
For the next two weeks this community
will be represented by at least
fifteen or twenty persons who have
been drawn as jurors and bound over
Mr. Will Drice, freight conductor
011 the G. C. & N. came down yesterday
to take a few days rest at home.
Johnson's Aromatic (Jompouud Cod
Liver Oil with Malt, Lime aud Soda cures
consumption and all pulmonary
troubles by making: rich blood ana
new tissue, adding flesh and strength
to the body. Winnsboro Drug Store.* j
From the pea of the Poet Laureate \
of Valentine Brigade.
T /-vvi tlin cfano of m wl 11 i frll f?
JL 3IWU V/Xl tills OtVJ/O ww iiiiuuijut,
The hour was proclaimed by the
the old man appeared in the
And gave me a fearful shock.
Behind the vine-clad railing
We stood with hearts quite gay
Till on the old man's eleven
I was lifted and home away.
As stepping swiftly toward me,
With his number eleven shoe
He gave me such greeting
Tbat I scarce knew what to d). ,
And like those lightning glances
That flashed from his evil ere, (
feeling of pain come o'er me ; ]
And I thought that I should die.
How often, oh, how often, j (
In the days that have gone by,
I have stood on those steps at midnight
And gazed in her clear, blue eyes!
How often, oh, -how often
I have wished that the peaceful night
Would curtain the world forever
And ne'er give way to light.
Bat when I was hot and restless
And body was racked with pain,
While a feeling of bitterest hatred
Was rankling in my brain.
But the pain ha9 now gone from me?
A thing of the dark, dim past?
But the feeling that night engendered
In my mind will surely last.
For whene'er I pass that cottage
And the light streams through the
The thought of that fearful moment
Goes surging through my brain.
And I think how many dozens
Of poor, daluded men,
Each lured by that maid's shy glances,
Have shared my fate since then.
I see the poor deceived ones
As they nightly come and go,
And the baste with which they leave ;
Fills tender heart with woe.
And forever and forever
As long as that cottage stands
As long as that dreadful father
Has the power within his hands.
The memory of that evening
Will keep ine half afraid; j
So I now go round the corner .
And court an orphan maid. j
Those who Live used Dr. King's New
Discovery knows its value, and those who
have not* have now the opportunity to try
it Free. (Jail on the advertised Druggist
and get a Trial Bottl", Free. Sen 1 your
name and address to II. E. Bucfclen & Co.,
<; icaco, and get a sample box of Dr, King's
New Life Pills Free, as well as a 1
copy of Guide to Health and Household 1
Instructor, Free. All of which is guaranteed
to d > you good and cost you nothing j
at McMaster Co's Drug Store. *
yeuralgic Persons i
Asd these Woublod with norrouan#!* resulting ]
from cars or ?voi-work wiil b? rtliered by taking
Brown's Iron Bitters. Gonuine
lias trade sc*rk Kd eroxed red Haw on TrrtfiMt.
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IX A RECEIVER**? HANDS.
rhe Chester. S. C'.. Muiinfae: tiring Com-!
pa"!j" in Trouble?It II;ts Liabilities i
Upon tin application of unsrvured j
jrcditors to the ani-mnt of j
epre>cnte<l by Messrs. 1 i ^\'. Shand :
ind 0be.ar & Douifla*?. of ohustbia, |
Li id Harris & Litljr, of Charlotte. tli:; !
Jhcstcr Manufacturing - tup-any. of j
^lies;or, S. (J., has been placed in the
lands of S. M. Junes as temporary re-!
:eiver. The question of the appoint-:
iient of a pennanent receiver wiil be ]
leard before Judire Watts at Wimis- j
joro on ilie zoui insi.ua. mere are j
wo mortgages against the company !
:or $-30,000 i-ach. The mill 1 a< been
'mining' for some time under an ar- i
angement with Woodward. Baldwin j
t Co.. of New York, who handle its ;
oroduct-. Hugh W. Harris, Esq., of i
his city, has detected a flaw in one of:
he mortgages they hold upon the
property, which failed to spc-ify that
t c i vers the product manufactured:
iineo the mortgage was made. They j
:laim this product, however, owl have
noved a large part, if not all of it, j
from the mill, some of this having j
3een done by night. An cflort will be
nade on behalf of the unsecured crcdi- j
;ors to recover possession of these j
joods. Woodward, Baldwin & Co.
rvill resist the appointment of a permanent
receiver. The liabilities of
,he company arc in excess of $200,000.
The Chester Mill was burned a few
fears ago, and the loss by fire was
ibout $00,000. Although the mill was
reconstructed, the company never rejorered
from this loss The original
loss and the panic together have been
:oo much for it.? Charlotte Observer.
Kackl2L.'d Arnica S live.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Klieum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, (Jheppe-.i Hands, ChilL;lair?f,
Dorns, and all Skin Eruptions, and p<vmlively
cams riles, or no pay required It
is guaranteed to ?iw per;>! '. s .f'-sfas^itT,
>r i?o- ey ;v.fu!id??ii. '.'r::-;- 1.' - ^i:t.- j~\
90x. tor sail* -er?fc('u
^~This gb2at CorGH Cuke promptly cures
where all others fail. Coughs, Croup, Sore
Throat, Hoarseness, Whooping Cough and
Asthma. For Consumption rt has no rival;
has curod thousands, and will CURE YOU if I
taken in time. Sold by Druggists on a guar- j
antes. For a Lame Back or Chest, use [
SHILOH'8 BELLADONNA PLASTER.25C.
r HJLO \fSJ%CSm R R
E M EDVI
Have you Catarrh? This remedy is guaranteed
to cure you. Price, 60 eta. Injector tree.
For sale at the Winnsboro Drue Store
^;,e3gM>i Is sold with written t
JSa. gs(!&3f*s\ guarantee to cure
Z:-?>"a8flS \&& Nervou8Prostra*
-S? t* tlon, Fits, Dizzie*\
y%LI ness,IIcadache and
Jprc, 'J&, Neural;*iaaudWakcIT|pZ?gVj>.
tv, I fulness,caused byexcessiveuseofOpium,
t^wvv. Tobacco and AIco\
hoi; Xenial Depres BErFORc
? APTcrt* $ioa, Softeningof
he Brain, cansinpr Misery, Insanity ami Death;
Sarrenc-ss, Impotency, Lost Power in either sex.
Premature Old Age, Involuntary Losses, caused
3y cver-indulgenco, ovcr-oxertion of the Brain and
Errorsof Youth. It (jives to Weak Organs their
S'atural Vigor and doubles the joys Of life; cures
Lucorrhoea and Female Weakness. A month's treatnent,
in plain package, by mail, to any address, $1
aer box, G boxes i5. With every $5 order we give a
Written Cuarantee to curt? <>r refund the money.
Circulars free. Guarantee issued only by our ex:lusive
WINNSBORO DRUG STORE.
Winnsboro, S. C.
L..: Dr. J. It. JURCUIS1 to., Uliea, X. X,
" : i
Gg&lpgH HAIR BALSAM
<*~'?.r.;ci and b?antifiM tlie hair.
fSslSSsif^^'I J??>"ever FaUm to Eestore Gray
|S5&?=raa^K Hair to Its Youthful Color.
HW Ori'r^ se&lp d:M>Mi Jc hair laUiag.
|%gjp9Eab? :>* iOe, and $1.00 at l>-g;giju
Cto Parker's Ginger Tonic. It eurei the worst Cough, |
Weak Lungt, Debility, Indijwtion, Fain, Take in time. 50 cts. |
HINDERCORNS. The onlr nre can for Coma. |
Stopi all pain. 15?. a; JJrogi'irti, Of lilSCOi It CO., K. Y. j
BREAKFAST ? SL' PPER.
BOILING WATER OR MiLK.
Miss Maria PARLOA'S!
iontaining 100 recipes which she has
ately written for tha Lif.i;u; Company
on application to D.utchv & Co., 27
Park i'lace, Now York. Drop a postal
for it and always buy
EXTRACT OF BEEF. J
Cures all Female Complaints and Monthly
irregularity, Leucorrhcca or Whites, Paioin j
Back or Sides, strengthens the feoblc, bun is j
up the whole system. It has curcd thousands !
and will cure you. Druggists have it. Send j
Btamp for book.
S)B. Ji 1". DEOSGOOLE & CO., louiSTille, Sy.
Offici-: County Commissioners, ( '
WiSXSBOKO, S. C.. Jan. 20, 1894. <[ i
VJ OTICE is hereby given (bat seak-d
JLi bids for the rebuilding of the
aridge over Big Cedar Creek, known
is Smith's Bridge, will be received at
:his cflice up to 12 o'clock M. on the j
?7lh ilav of February, proximo.
Specillcaiiotis to bo seen at this office, j
Ii. G. TENNANT,
l-27flxtd Chm. Bd. Co. Com.
,4 LL Jioad Overseers are hereby I
Lnotified to put the roads under j
heir control in go&d order on or be-1
"ore the loth day of February, prox. j
Special attention is called to the
respassing on the margin of roads.
\1I roads must be kept clear to the
ividth of 20 feet, except those required
>y law to be .'50 feet wide, which must
>e maintained at that width.
13. (J. TENNANT,
1-Ol-xO Chm. B<1. Co. Com.
Riders of Victor Pneumat
to be used in case of accident,
tured inner tube through a
effected in five minutes by rep
If you are going to ride %v
Have Fallen Like
NEVER BEFORE OR SINC
OF EMPIRES HAS G
My stock consists of the ^
new. Crowds of buyers attest
A great assortment of ni
found in any other establishmei
You want my bargains and
advantage of it now.
EVERY ARTICLE SO
If you have been waiting
reached. If you want to see g<
is your time. I want to turn
NEXT SIXTY DAYS, and it
All claim to profits rclinq;
terest and be prompt.
J. L. Mis:
Q. D. WILLIFOE
A FFOIiDS to young and mlddio rifjed
J\ vantages for obtaiirnjf :i th rcu/li
Book-keeping in all its bra
Business Arithmetic, C
Fine Penmanship) in c\
the linest talent in Americ
E'egant boarding places always in read
The cheapest and best school in the S<
tions. The only first-cla.-s school oi the
K^aend for circulars
A GREAT OP]
YXTE HAVE BOUGHT THE STOC1
YV MILLINERY of T. II. Kctchin i
gooJs save from the fire into the store oc
We will sell all Wi-.u-r Goods at XKY>
far tlie largest stuck T
IffiY GOODS, jSTOTJ
in the town. We want to unload and i
count any price that be named by c
Goods that we will sel! below cost. ^
future, and will make it pay \ou to
corner by the Town ('lock. THIS SAL
f \ i Y ^
LA L u
S.I j ASH.
XT?EST T ' E? ' ,-"f
Ti n T o ~o c AT 'Tx A O Y > ~f?"?
x u jl ti JCi i\ jcj v *:< JLi Jd o j
mrryo ' *
X- XXX O s
MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHIL
BE SACRIFICED FOR
C'O.VT SO OBJECT. ?C
Caldwell & Ruff's damaged 5
T. H. Eifi-TC
I ! mproVeme:nts
ics carry an extra inner tube
By simply removing a punchole
in the rim, repair is
lacing with a new one.
hy not ride the ^est?
DENVER, SAN FRANCI8CO.
3 a Tree Before
:E THE RISE AND FALL
OODS BEEN SOLD
LOW. - ?.
;cry best goods, all fresh and
ce novelties that cannot be
it in town.
I want your money. Take
hu JLi li
for the lowest prices, to be
)ods almost given awa)*, now
this stock into money in the
must be done.
dished. Study your own intinanglir
B, - - Manager.
TOM. S. C,
men and women (lie best possible adand
practical business education.
cry branch of the art by
liness at moderate rare*.
)aih. Students assisted to good posikind
in die State.
C OF DRY GOODS, SHOES AND
c Co., and have moved our stock of
:cupied by this firm.
' YORK COST. We now have by
:0-STS A3STD SHOES
ire determined to sell. We will dis.' lnpetition.
We have some Damaged
A'e want your trade now and in the
traile with us. Come to see us on the
E FOR CASH ONLY.
WELL & RUFF.
i > T"T
,DREN"S CLOTHING TO
.^lOIT BE SOLD. ,?>
stock of Clothing for sale by
;hin & co.
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA,
COvNTY Or* F\IUFIELD.
COURT OF COMMOv PLEAS.
Edwaril (Joins vs. llattie G. Seabrook ami
i S pursuance of an order of the Court
I of Common made i:i the above
ati-d cast-, I will o:Fc*r for sale, before the
ourt ll'-ust* door in Winnsboro. on ihe
jf'lUST MONDAY IX MARCH
next, within ?h? !e;:a! hours of sal.', at j
public outcry, t > the Iii?*Iie>t bi<l(ier. the
following described property, to wi :
A certain lot, piece or parcel <>f land,
i.ni,.n ii.wi in the Town or
\\ innsboro. in the County and itate aioresaid,
situate in tlut part of til town
known as "Ko svillo", being the Jot upon
which the said David (J ins resided at the
time of Irs death, and being irregular 4f
shape, bounded on one side by a line one
hundred and twenty feet ion,', then by a ?
line one hundred and eighty-twofeet long,
then bv a line two hundred and seventy
feet long to the beginning point, and containin:'
about One Acie, more or less.
Terms of Sa'e?Cash. The purcha.-er to
nay for ah necessary pneers.
Clerk's Office. li. II. JENNINGS,
VVinnsboro. S. U , C. C. P. F. C.
AS agent oi C. B. Woden, the
Mortgage Assignee, I will offer
for sale, before the Court House do?r
in Winnsboro, S. C., on the first Mon
day in March next, the following described
premises to wit:
All that certain piece, parcel or tract
of land, lying, being and situate in the .
Couutv cf Fairfield, town of Blythewood,
in the State aforesaid, containing
Three (3) Aci-e^more orless, and^^^gl
bounded on the north by
C. O. Trapp, south by lauds cf Mrs.
Sarah Wooten, east by lauds of \Y. L.
"Weoten, and west by lands of il. M. ^
The said premises wiil be sold to
foreclose a mortgage given t hereon by
D. S. D.iwkins to B. P. Hoffman, and
by said B. P. Hoffman assigned to the
Lean ond Exchange Bank, of Colum.j^,
S. C., and by said Bank assigned
to ssi 1 C. B. Wooten. Said mortgage
is dale J tUe I3tn uav or rviarcn, a. u.
1S93. \ *
Terms of Sate?Cash. M
D. A. BROOM, Agent.
February 8, 1893. 2-10td
BY virtue of the power an4 authority
conferred upon and rested in
me by a certain Deed of Assignment, \<
made to me f >r the benefit of the cred- ? <
itors of M?-I:iehunp & Co.,ot Wiliiston,
S. C., da:ed the 26ih day of October,
1891, and also by u certain trust deed
executed nsid delivered to me by P. C.
Meliiehatnp, of tl^e County of Fairfield,
dated the 9th ria> of November,
1891, I will offer (or sale, before the
Court House door, a; Winn-boro,
within the legal hours of s*l??t on the
first Mond-iy of March, to ihe highest
bidder, all of the lisili?, li;ie and lutcrtereof
of i'. U. ilei.icnatnp, being a
one-third interest in and to thai certain
piece, parcel or tract of land, situate,
lying and being in the County of Fairfield
and of State of South Carolina,
containing Six Hundred and Thirtyeight
aucl 2-10 Acres, mere or less,
and bounded on the norlhwe&t by
lands of Isaiah Aloblev, on the l.-orth
east by lands of James McCrorey and
Catawba River, on the southeast and '?
south by Wateree Ureek, and on the
southwest by lands now or formerly
owned by the Scottish American Mortgage
Company; and bein^ more fully
represented on a plat of survey thereof
made by Howell Edmunds, Surveyor,
and dated the 2G;h day of November,
Terms of Sale?One-third of the
purchase money to be paid in .cash on
the day of sale, the balance in two
equal annua] instalments with interest
from the day of sale, the credit portion
of the bid to be secured by the bond of *
the purchaser and a mortgage of t!.<? |
premises sold. The purchaser to pay -?
for all nccesf-arv papers
G. W. CROFT,
Assignee of Mcllicbatnp & Co.
Offick County Auditor, ?
Wixxsboro, S. C., Feb. 13, 1894. s
The fallowing named person* are
appointed on the Township Board of i
Assessors in t heir various township3.
Township boards are required by law
to meet, organize auti pass upon the
returns in time for ihe said returns to
be^ubmitted to the County Board of
Equalization, which meets on the
- "? m .1 ? \r <rt _i. . v.
seconc luesuay 111 iMarcn. incc:nuraen
of the Townsbip Boards consti- A
tutcs the Coanty Boird:
FEASTERIVLLE, TOWNSIIIP NO 1. ?
D. P. Crosby, W. B. Estes, T. W. M
BRICK, NO. 2. fl|
T. P. Mitchell, Calvin Brice, Dr.*
T. G. Douglas*. 9
gladden's grove, no. 3. V
C. S. Ford, J. M. Iliggins, E. D^H
OAKLAND, NO 4.
W. S. Weir, II. B. Befujfl
N. A. Peay.
G. T. Wilds J. E.m
J. R. Thorn
R. D. Bolij|
J. R. Cuj|
J. M. (wllowav, J. Y. Lemtr.on,J. B.
MOCK CREEK, NO. 13.
J. W. LjCieft, c. D. Blair, (J. F. Anlire*"*.
I JIT ZIOX, NO. 14.
J. P. iiauhews, U. G. Desportes,
R. W. Phifllips.
yJEFFEKSON, NO. 15.
W. J.) Martin, A. J. McGill, William
| J. L. RICHMOND v
2-lotd t AnditoiT^^^
Just fcade and readv for use. MY
0\J^tfT'vNot equalled, at
15c. per Onnce.
25c. for 2 Ouuces.
35c. for 3 Cnnce?.
40c. for 4 Ouuce?.
F?r sael by
W. E. AIKEN, -^1