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Wednesday. April 4 : : : : 1894.
MAI L COLLECTIONS.
Letters will be collected from tLe
letter boxes at 11.20 a. m. and 9 p. m.
joi/ig- south, and 5.3d j>. m. m.l ?
p. in. going north.
X ew Advertisement*.
Millinery?J. O. Boag.
-.*? ?r:n vi.?.. <? M
JTlOJIie ft III Jiai i >?w .?*.
Prepare lor Lt Grippe?MoMastei
Exchange and Feed Stablei ? A.
?. Williford, Agent.
?All kinds t?maio seed in bulk at
* W'innsboro Drug Store.
?Mi?s Lizzie Gerig has accepted a
po*i ion id the millinery department
of Caldwell k Raff.
?Rev C. E. McDonald and T. II.
. Ketchin went to Charlotte Monday to
a meeting of Presbytery.
? Reckling, the photographer, Apri
4, 5, 5 and 7. *
?Pres. Kussell, a negro carpenter of
gooc. character, died Friday night. He
ha* been sick for nearly two years.
?Ladies, have you seen that pretty
line of Doited S*iis at Miuuangh's
* Q. D. Wilufobd, Manager.
?The case of the State against Coley
DaYi?, Coii-y Preston Davi* ar.d John
Davis will he coin promised without
?Mr. Sam Wylie, an officer of the
penitentiary, took" eleven prisoners
UUWU VII UMill ?l tUIIVCMi.; ? *-v;
went from ( hester.
?On la?t Friday evening Uill Cock- j
crell, colered, fell offa w agoa at Mr i
* Sainl. Cathcart's place and the wheels j
ran over his leg and broke it
?We are getting new subscribers,
and new bdvertUers every day. If
you would keep up with the limes jou
bon!d advertise in Tui Mews and
?Another la-go supply ol white
[ lead expected in a sew days.
* Wixxsboko Dkug Stoke.
?If >oti want ( dreas, ride, play
the organ, or perform t#n the cookiug
store, read the "ad." of J. O. Boag. j
lie has everything from laces to a j
cooking stove. Read for youiselt.
"" ^?McMaster k Co. think we are all j
I going to hav? the grippe. Well, this
- is grippe weather aud they are advertising
all kind* of cures and preventatares.
Read it for yourselves.
?The election for Intandant and
Wardens resulted as follows: J. E
McDonald, Intendant; T. H. Ketchin,
J. P. Caldwell, R. ^T. Matthews and
Murray Robinson, Wardens.
?Reckling's photos always give
- " A
?Mr. li. Y. Turner ha* a fine field
of oats on his place near Mr. Creight's.
The frost has hurt them some but they
will likely make from twenty to
twenty-five bushels per acre with good
?A. Williford, agent, has a new
dress on his advertisement this morning.
tie will buy or sell give or take
?for the hard cash, you may .same 'em
P and take ?em. Head for yourself and
^ go to see him.
B ?Himn&ugh i? always 0:1 the alert
B for butiness. Ho is getting iu some
H& fine clothing.
* Q D. Willifokd, Manager.
B ?The report that the dispensary in
Winnsbcio had been destroyed is
witho it foundation, iu fact nobody
pHQ erer thought of such a tiling. The
people of Winnsboro are uot fools
enough to destroy their vrn tax
?We call attention to the advertise
inent cf C. M. Chandler in this issue.
They say that every man in *he granite '
block who has not married will 3ocn do
so. Now their lriends need ouly to
gire Mr. Chandler a call and will find
no trouble in selecting a present.
?It looks like business at Mim*
maugh's store, the way be is piling in
* Quay Williford i6 Manager.
?Two of the constables who es-fwArvi
ttrromri nn in
IVApCU 11 Vili lli^/ o it ALUy iuiajw* **lf ***
Ridgeway Sunday night and stayed
with Dispenser Lewis. They walked
4o Camden and came to Ridgeway in
a wagon. We could not learn their
aiames. They went to Columbia on
-* ?"That tired feeling" is coiriog o:?.
U6e spring blood purifiers.
* Winxsboro Drug Store.
ARE YOU MADE misable by IndiaMtion.
Loss 0f Appetite, Yellww Skin? Shi
i?h'? Vitaiizer is a positive cnre. *
A Splendid Opportunity for Our
Teachers.?A teachers' institute will
be held in Columbia during the sumFmer
months. Dr. Woodrow will be in
charge. Each branch of study will be
conducted by a special professor in
such studies It is a fine opportunity
for the teachers of Fairfield
IThe Cold Snap.?On Tuesday the
thermometer went to 20. This sudden
and unexpected cold snap has played
havoc with the gardens and the fruit
:trees. We fear there will be 110 fruit
^his year. We had ice and plenty of
it. The gardens were covered with
:frost on Wednesday, and the cold is a
great backset to all garden and farm
I A Rake I haxce.?The News and
Gerald Company has two bicycle?,
one is a Victor, grade B, sold by the
company at $150, the other is a Mun
arch, the catalogue price of which is
$150. These wheels were jjiven us in
payment lor an advertisement, and
will be shipped from '.ho factories upon
joar order. We ofler them at $10
t. mi.*- i )*. i 2...
Ieacn. 11111 is * bpicuuju vypuriuimy
to jet a good wheel at a very low price.
The Que^n of Fashion.
Best Ladies' Fashion Journal published
*or the money. None better at
anv pr.ee. Only 50 cts. a year, postpaid.
Send three 2c. stamps by mail
for a sample copy. Besides giving
genera': fashion and other news, it cohfL
tains illustrations of The McCall Co.'s
latest Pane, London and New York
lashiors and patterns. Address The
? -Quees of Fashion, Union Square,
Highest of all in Leavening Powei
j A Long felt Want?School Com!
missioner Milling "will send out report
! blanks to the various teachers in the
| county for the purpose of assisting in
the determination of the proper grade
i of each pupil. The pupils will retain j
i these reports until the opening of ^
: school at the next session, thereby
: greaWy enabling the teachei s to prop-,
: erly class and arrange the scholars, j
j This will be a great systematize!- in
! this matter.
Inflamed, itching, burning, ciufty '
! and ?calv skin and scalp of infants ?
! loothed and cured by Johnson's Oiien- <
j tal Winnfe'ooio Drug Stoie. * t
The "Shall Bot" Always Sees a
Way Out of a Difficulty.?Several
j da> s ago little Tom Stewart, son of f
i Mr. J. M. Stewart, got his foot fast- *
| ened in a feme crack and could not J
get freed. James Bry.-on said Tom, s
| you won't get any diniter, we must *
| get you loose, so he at once sent Mrs. 2
Brock in?: ten's little son for an axe and 1
! was bent on cutting oft the foot t? fr?e *
j the little prisoner when a negro man 1
I came along and helped the child out c
of the fence. A small boy is always 1
equal to the occasion. '
A Former Citizen .?We were glad to a
meet Mr. A. W. Ladd on Friday; he
ha-i not been in town in about three
years. He don't look a bit older than 1
* ^ 1 ? ? -?? tj/? fin/1 ill/*
ne uiu ten yuiirs agv. ut I
report in the Journal about the cutting11
crape on i apt. T. M. Lyle's place |1
The supposition is that the cutting of a
j brother thief was a mistake. It is
supposed the assailant meant to cut 1
the negro who had informed the Captain
of their being iu his crib The
wounded man is thought to be better c
but is very seriously cut. The negro
who did the cutting is gone.
J:io. G. Moblex, E>q., returned
Miss Mamie Madden came home a
from her schocl on Friday. *
Mr YV. ,G. White returned home
from Florida Sunday momiug.
Rev. I). E. Jordan, Messrs. A. W. q
Ladd, T. L Jolins'on aud D. H.
Stevenson left Friday evening to attend
Presbytery at Rock Hill. r
Mrs E. B. McMasterand herdaugh- s
ter, Miss Mallie, returned from a stay u
of several weeks with Mrs. D. J.
Macaulay, of Chester, on Friday.
Mr. T. VV. Lauderdale has gone to
San Francisco., Cal., to be present at <(
the midwinter exposition. It is hardly j
any use :o wish him a ??od time. d
Miss Lilla Jvetchiu returned /r?ra r
the Norih on Tuesday and will soon ?
be found at her post in the millinery $
department of Caldwell & Ruff. They \
have just finished a neat and commodious
apartment in their place for this
T. F. Anthony, Ex-Postmaster, of c
PromUe City, Iowa, 6ayg: *'1 bought
oue bottle ot 'Mystic Cu'V for Rbeu- f
matism and two doses of it did me a
more good than all tbe medicine 1 ever r
took." Sold by W. E. Aiken, Drag- c
gi*t, Winnsboi-o. * ^
Alliance Healing. 8
The regular quarterly meeting of 3
the County Alliance Trill take place in n
"Winnsboro ?n the second Friday, 13th I
of April, at the usual h*ur. A full 1]
attendance is ds#ired. ?
V/. L. Rosbokough, c
DEATH OF MRS. SAMSEY. 0
Mrs. Sallie W. Ramsey, wife of Mr. ^
John Ramsey, died at her home on *
Wednesday night abont 11 o'clock.
Mrs. Ramsey was tie eldest daughter
of Mr. John Weldun, one ot the oldest
citizens of our county. She had been
in declining health for a number of ^
years and her death was not unex- r
pected, in fact her family realiz d that c
death was >lowly but surely approach
in it \[fc Rjiniipy left three mother
less children in ihe world, making it a
much sadder on this account. 1
Iler remains ** ere interred at the c
Presbyterian churchyard here about c
2 o'clock Friday afternoon. The fune- c
ral services were held at the residence r
of the deceased by the lie v. Mr. Smith,
of White Oak. The sorrowing family v
have our sympathy. 1
fe'EDAK CREEK NEWS. "
Cedar Creek, S. C., April 2.?The (
farmers are very busy preparing for c
planting. Very little corn planted (
yet. More corn will be planted on f
upiauds than herefore, as the freshets ^
last year damaged the low land corn c
very badly. Some of the farmers say t
that it will not do to depeiu) entirely
on bottom lands for bread. Tiie ma- c
jority of the farmers are now buying j ]
their bread. The fall oats are badly ; J
injured irom tne com weamcr we naa :
last week, and will do well now to'
make half a crop. The fruit killed |
entirely. We will not even have a'
blackberry to make a pie without the |
bush buds out again.
Trial Justice Broom acted as coroner
over the dead body of the un-;
known negro killed by the train at j
Blythewood on March 20. The negro ;
killed was a tramp, and had told sev-:
era! persaus his name was was John i
Henrr Rntler. from Charlott. N. C.. 4
and that he was on his wav home from i i
Justice Bro?m had Hattie Haynes '
brought before him on the 24th of s
March, charged with house-breaking, ]
Proof being sufficient, he sent her up ,
to board with Sheriff Ellison until .
June term of Court. K. ?It
is not?ften the people of Fair- <
field hare the services ol a fine artist !
without having to leave l;?me, bat' i
Heckling will be in Winnsboro April <
4, , 6 and 7. *
\?Latest U. S. Gov't Report
FIGHTING IK DARLINGTON.
From a private letter received Fri. j
lay, 6.30 p. m.:
Pirrl^finrr in T^ovlmfirfAn - TTIrfif flitx
J-'Bli"ll6 *" **?*? A...V ~ |
patch says four spies killed; next j
lispatch says four citizens killed.
Regiment ordered out from Columbia.
Received while going- to press.
Charlotte, X. 0., March 30.
8.20 p. m.?Rumor from Charlotte
;ays: Three citizens killed by spies
md two spies killed in Darlington. .
Citizens from Florence and Charleston
ire flockiDg to Darlington to oppose
=pies. Reported that the Columbia
Military refused to go to aid spits.
Columbia, S. C., March SO.
9 p. in.?Special?Frank Norment
md ? Redmond killed; Chief of Poice
Dargau dangerously wounded,
ilso Loui< Xorment. On the other
ide >pies Pepper aud McLennon
tilled. Mi.yor -Dargan telegraphs that
ill available citizens are pursuing the
aurderous spies through the country.
le needs no help. The Columbia
Souares and Volunteers refuse to
bey Tillman's orders to go to Islington.
t?tw?en Gov. Tillman and Capt. VV. G.
Columbia, 6. <\, March 51.
[* Capt. W. G. Jordan, Winnsboiv,
yruer your cjuiuiaim uuuvr
eady for duty and report number of j
nen. l?. R. Tillman, Governor.
WiSNSiiOKO, S. C., March 31.
[*o 13. R. Tilluian, Governor, t'elunibia,
We are in sympathy w'th the people
if Darlington it their purpose ii the
lefence ot their homes.
W. G. jokdax,
Captain Co. A, Palmetto Regiment.
Columbia, S. C., March 31.
[*0 Capt. \V\ G. Jordan, Winn>horo,
Reoort here with your command
rmect te keep iIowm insurrection by
B. U. Tillman. Governor.
WlNNSBORO, C.. SI.
^0 Gov. B. II. Tilltn?at Columbia,S.
With our light, whar um <nli ii.surection
appears t?> b ? ?tHjnc?* of coi?litutional
light-. W* juefi) i?> Mirender
our co"i>!ni?-ion i?? ciKeriiu;
poo such duty.
W. G. jordan,
Captain Gordon Light Infantry.
Rheumatism Cured in a Day.?
'Mystic Cure" for llheuinatism and
ma/?*an1lt7 rtll i'oj 111 1 ta
?CIU illgiii, I aiiJl/AWJ *! ^ vv v.
ays. Its action upon the system is
emarkable and mysterious.* It re*
loves at once the cause and the disease
mmediately disappears. The first
lose greatly benefits, 75 ct?. Sold by
V. E. Aiken, Druggist, "Winnsboro.
NEW COUNCIL NOMINATED.
The Muuicipal Democratic Club was
ailed to order on Thursday night for
he purpose of nominating an intend- (
,nt and four wardens. The first busi- j
iess was the election for officers of the ,
lub for the ensuing year. Mr. \V. C. ]
Seaty nominated himself, along with ,
everal others, to serre a second term. ]
dost men set their friends to nomi- |
late tbcm, but Mr. Beaty was not ,
tounding with unnatural modesty, so j
ie made tfie motion that the present
incumbents be re-elected. It is not ,
iften that men seek a non-paying office, (
tut this wa? the exception to the rule. 1
lis motion resulted in the re-election ^
>f all the old officers, viz., G. H. Mc- (
iaster president, W. C. Beaty vice- ]
resident, and T. II. Ketchin secre- 1
Mr. J. W. Hanahan offered the folowing
Resolccd, That it is the sense of this
ink tViot thf? nf tnosn nersons
yhose names were stricken from the
oil of this club be returned to the
:Iubs. It was passed.
This resolution referred to the neiroes
whose names were dropped in !
ccordance with the "Irby ruling"
>ertaining negroes voting the Dsmo- 1
ratic ticket in 187G and afterwards 1
ontinuously; and its passage by 1 * 1
lub means that the Irby ruling does 1
lot govern the municipal ciuos.
The next matter before th; club
vas the salary of the intendant. 'Mr.
r. Gerig was very much in favor of a 1
eduction, so also were many others. !
fhe matter of liquor revenue .was dis:ussed
in this connection, and Mr. 1
Jerig was in favor of making a town
irdinancc to collect $3,000 from the
iispensary as a municipal tax. The i
inal result of the salary discussion
vas to let it remain at $200 for the
snsuing rear with a recommendation
hat it be cut to $100 afterwards.
The next business was the election
>f intendant. Mr. J. C. Caldwell and
klr. J. E McDonald were nominated,
dr. Caldwell withdrew and Mr. McDonald
was elected by acclamation,
ipon suipension of the rule*, Then
:ame nominations for wardens, and
?very man in the hall nominated 6ome
>ne until about fifteen or twenty were
;i*minated; then one would "respect!ully
decline," and another would
'withdraw," and so on?just like a lot
)f sheep jumping out of a pen, one
starts and all follow?until some mun
rrould be insisted upon to run and
inally would tacitly consent, then all
srould get back in the pen again and
;he picking commeuced. J. it. Stewirt,
Murray Robinson, J. P. Caldwell,
R. Y Turner, D. V. Walker, J. F.
IdcMauer, R. T. Matthews and T. H.
Ketchin stood highest on the first
ballot Ketchin and Caldwell were
elected. On the second ballot, Stewart,
Robinson, McMaster and Matthews
3tood highest?Matthews was ihe only
Dne elected om this ballot. The third
ballot was between Stewart and
Robinson, which resulted in the election
The meeting was altogether harmonious,
and we hare elected a good
council all through.
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT, the
great Blood Purifier, yves freshness
and clearnesj to the Complexion and
riires Constipation, 2oc., oOe. For
Sale at tli? Winnshoro I#rug St?re. *
WHITE OAK NEWS.
White Oak, S. (J., April 2.-A difficulty
occurred one night last week on
Mr, Jame? Jones' place in which two
negroes were knocked in the hea*.
Yi ur correspondent wao unable to
olKiiiu iho particular?, i?nt it beems
that the difficulty was caused about
the mule that was stolen, which has
already been mentioned in The News
and Hekai.d. I could not obtain the
names of the would-be assassins, as ii
was done from ambusb. The wounded
negroes are not thought to be aeiiouslv
Miss Viola T'.rootn, of Cedar Creek,
is vf?i(iti?r in wit* town.
Siiu-e the |Vecz?the facesnround here
have lei gtho ieil so that ihe price of
shaving11 as g>ne up. n.
Mitfokd, S. C., March 29.?Tbo
-c i,f -^,1*.. aiwI r Tnoc?
xretrzc iuoiiuajt aim nuoi *???
nay night has robbed vegetable life of
its May like beauty. The gardens are,
almost completely destroyed, IrisJj
potatoes bitten down, but will come
again. Fruit ruined. Corn that was
up is also bitten down and found on
investigation that corn nearly out of
round stem was partly killed by
freeze. Such a state will cause it to
be tardy in getting out of ground and
growing off. Wheat and oat* only
checked in rapid growth.
Heard a farmer say that had access
to . several county papers that The
News and Herald was by far the
best he read. The local editor has
struck his calling beyond successful
contradiction. c s t
KOOKY MOUNT XETfSHocky
Mount, S C., March 24.?
Farmers are hard at work preparing
and planting another crop. Near It all
the farmers have planted soma ci?rn
and some are through. .Mr Uillard
G. Gladden ha-? planted his entire curti
crop. He is full of energy and push.
Stnall grain is looking well generally
and bids fair to make a good yield if
seasons continue favorable Very
iittle guano used in this ucighborhood
this year, not more than one-fourth to
what has beeu generally uscu.
Two more dogs were killed this
week; they were supposed to be mad.
Very few fish has been caught at the
Falls this season, shad especially, they
seem to have quit coming- up this river.
Mr. and Mw. James L Brown has
improved much in health since they
have returned to this neighborhood.
Miss Fannie M. Gladden has been
visiting relatives here for the last
week and has added much to the enjoyment
#f the young people.
Miss Florence Nichols has returned
home from a pleasant visit to the Boro.
Mr. J. B. Johnston lost a valuable
family her-c last week l. d.
~ ? %?. in.)
Uhiidren ury tor ntcners ustoria. i
Kidgeway, 6. C., March 3# ?Time
rolls on with its ceaseless course. One
more month has been swift'y turned
into the pat>t.
On ssrera! occasions quite leceuliy
[hare been "tackled" on the subject
"Mood's garden", and for the benefit
of those concerned in the matter, ]
wish to sir that the piants which were
[>io?ming and booming a few days
?ncet and lifting their heads to the
rising miii and shaking off the spark'*
- J 1 ' .?A i.Am tartlKai'O/)
Ill)* uew Have uv<?? nnwii.li
m 1 died, arid "the place thereof
luioweth not no more.*'
Rev. J. M. McUlure, Mr. F. B. Ausin
and Jno. D. Harrison, Esq., have
rone to Rock Hill, representing Ridgtsvay
and Longtown churches in PresD,
(err. May iht-ir undertakings be
nwned with laurels of kuccesp. Presbyterians
are lovers of spring chicken,
jut think I hey are verv sra>ce this
year; however, Rock Hill affords a
first class bref market.
Misi Sue Thorn, of Blackstock, has I
accepted a position as governess in the
family of Mr. Jno. D. Hams*!).
Jenkixsville, S. C , March 30.?
Several of the members of Mrs. E J.
i'arborough's family were brought in
slose contact with a mad dog not long
since, but fortunately none were bitten.
When the house was opened in
the morning and the fires were being
made it came in the house with one of
the children passed through the kitchen
u;iere the cook was getting breakfast,
ifien in the dining-room where it
seated itself by the fire. The cook by
Lliis time noticed that it was a strange
dog and called the attention of B. II.
Yarborough to it wh# at once saw
that its appearance was rather unnatural
but managed to drire it out and
despatch it with a shot. It was found
that some *f the sheep in the lot had
been bitten, and they hare since gone
mad and died. We hear of one ether
dog that has been bit:en belonging to
Mr. C- B. Douglass. The rabid dog
- - - 1 t-J? U41>A nTTrtninrr
wis i-cen ai ins uuu&c u? mc onmij
before its appcarance at Mrs. Yarboroug's.
A memorial service in honor of Dr.
Glenn was held at Long Run Church
on the 18th iust. A large congregation
was in attendance, this testifying
to the esteem in which he was held by
his friends and neighbors y. "
S ? e of Ohio, Citv of Toledo, ?
Lucas County. $Ss'
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of
F. J. Cheney & Co , doing business
in the City of Toledo, County and
State aforesaid, and that said firm will
pay the sum of ONE I1UNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every case of
uataukh luaitauuui um until cm iut
use of Hall Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence this 6tb day of December,
A. D. 18S6.
^ seal. } A. W. gleason,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
*nd acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY ? CO.,
grSold by Draggists, 7oc. *
NEWS AT CLEMSOX COLLEGE. |
Appointment of Officor*?Work ?f til i
Farm?Organization of a Rand?Recovery
of Prof. Welch.
Fort IIill, S. C\. March SO.?Yesterday
was a day of rejoicing among
the cadets when Lieut. Donaldson
announced that he would read the
appointments of officers. All ears
were open to the words, :is officer
after officer had been called out, until
the number ended with sixty-eight.
Eight companies as follows; A, D, C,
D, E, F, G, II, making two baiallions.
The first under command of Major
Ulythe; the second under c >muiand of
Major Shanklin, both graduates of the
Citadel. The former a tutor in Eug?
i it i i.i c 1.1 i? I
HSU, me Jaier a uuor or inauiemaucs
Experiment with corn will h? commenced
on ihe farm today, eight acres J
being the amount of ground set apart !
for tliis al*n^.
The tobacco beds have been sown in
seed and experiments with this will
al?o be carried on in connection with
The experiment bulletin# of 1893
have been printed and maile i to different
farmers over the State. These
coniist of the experiments made with
corn and Irish potatoes of the past
A band has been organized, and the
instruments are here now ready to be
blown "out of socket" before they
j learn the scale well.
We are glad to sav that Prof. Welch
I i ? - i - i / 1 ^ i-]._
is again awe 10 oe out auu l* iuku
charge of his clasies.
The board of trustees ?>f the Industrial
School will hold a meeting- here
It has been rumored that we will be
taken to Hock Hill to be present at the
laying of the corner stuiie of the Industrial
School; but we are afraid it is
only a i umor and nothing more. It is
sorter like going to the World's Fair;
always going, but never reaching
Capt. O'Neal, of Columbia, is present
w ith us
A cold wave struck u* last Friday;
the thermometer falling to 20 degrees;
65 degrees lower than last weak. Today
it. stands at 35 drerrees. Wind
from the north, piercing cold. The
fruit is said to be killed, although
Prof. McGee says "he hasn't taken
any observation of the buds ) et."
Number of cases of sickness at hospital,
about fifteen. None *erious.
The uniforms for the recruits arrived
today; and there is great 1 ej.iicing
among the "rats."
The witter of this piece had the
misfortune a few clays ago of losing
a gold watch and chain, and had given
ic up until a few evenings sinec, while
in the process-of putting on a pair of
shoes, he found it in the toe of one of
them How it got there is something
unexplainab'e. It looks like the
loser might have been on a "bender"
but he hasn't; not because he can't get
it though for you can almost see it
floating in the air. We need one of
Gov. Tillman's dispensaries here, or
else some of his noted spies. If he
would only bear in mind that we are
neighbors' to the mountaineers he
would likely have them on the lookout.
Lean spot a ten gallon keg at a moment's
warning. Could even try the
taste of it, but will have to vrait for a
fire to happen,, as you are excusable
liici j ? at utci \ uwu v c*iu \su ^v/v/uuj
23. * ' E. W. R.
The Bumps 011 Your Face
Are caused by impure blood, and
will ne?er be well unless \ou cleanse
it and build it up in richness and
purity. B.>tauic Blood Balra, tbe great
blood purifier and tonic, is what you
n?ed. One bottle will clear your complexion
and purify your blood. Try
it. Price $1.00 per bottle. For sale
by druggists. *
MOSS FROM MOSSY DALE.
Quarterly Meeting?Mormon Elder* Find
HV Jl iMt'O IV
Mr. Editor:I am glad to report tbat
Mr. R. J. Stewart is getting along
finely with his wound on ihe neck. It
was a very severe one and came near
proving fatal. It was seveu inches in
length, but fortunately was a little too
low du\vn to sever the blood vessels.
It wat a very uufortunate occurrencc.
I have seen the report of Mr. Hedgepeth,
and will only say there is another
side to the afhir, bLt in justice
to all parties will forbear to relate it.
Mr. Fullei's daughter, who was
severely burned about two months
ago, is still critically ill.
There was a quarterly meeting held
at Bethel Church on * Saturday and
Sunday last by E. T. Hodges, P. E.,
who preached a very flue sermon on
Sunday, one that the hearers wauld
do well to beed and profit by.
The painting: of Bethel Chnreh is
nearly completed, me woi k is dtnug
done by Mr. Hamiler, who is giving a
*ery satisfactory jub. The clmrch has
has quite an imposing external appearance.
There has been mo~e corn planted in
March than nsual, owing to the springlike
weather. Have heard of s?me
cotton being planted. Everything has
been moving and rushing on the farm.
There has been a number of new gardens
built this season, which shows
that the people are going to pay some
attention to vegetable6, which is alright.
There has been quite a change in the
weather for the past two days; feels
very much like winter again. Hope it,
will not continve I^n^r. Gardens are
rather late in *.?io section. Fall oats
are looking u* .1.
Rev. Mr. Harrison preached several
days ia?t week at Mossy Dale. He
had good co?<riegatione, who were
very attentive listeners.
Th*i?? wpp(> *. nonnle of Mormon
ciders in this section last week, but
the}' could not get any place to preach
at, so ihey shook the dust ofl" of their
feet and departed for more congenial
climes if. perchance, they can find
them' t. b. m'k.
March 27. |
Johnson's Oriental Soap is the most
deHcate facial soap for ladies' use in
existence, absolutely pure and highly
medicated. Winntboro Drug Store. *
Those who have used Dr. King's New |
Discovery knows its value, and thos? who
hare not, have now the opportunity to try
it Fiee. Cail on the advertised Druggist
and get a Trial Bottl , Free. Ben your
name and address to II. E. BucKleu <fc Co ,
C icago, and get a sample h*x of Dr.
Ki g's Nevr Life Pills Fiee, as well as a
copy of Guide to Health and Hous-hold
Instructor, Free. All ?f which is guaran
teed to do you g>od and cost you nothing
at McMaster <fc Co ' Drug Store. *
O. L. Iliee, Meudota, III., writes:
"Have used your Japanese Pile Cure
and found it a sure and permanent
cure." Winnsboro Drug Store. *
When B*bj was sick, we gare her Castoria.
"When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
"When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gavotheot Castoria.
t'tti Over Fifty Tears
3i?-s. v/ins"?o-.v's Soothing Srirui' has
used to" <?v?-r lifrj years by trillions
ot pu-thersfc r riieir children wh.Ie teethin
, v it-h per .Vet success. It soothes the
child, so;tx;r s the jxums, allays al pain,
cure ~vln?I. t o!k\ and is i !se hot remedy
for 3>itv"rl.Ofea Ji will re!.eve the poor little
: tif't rer it iroediaten. Sold l>y Drug<:is1s
in .very vrr, of the world, Twentyfivc
< ?Jit> a "b /trie. Be sure and ask f?*?r
?-Winsli w's Soothing Syrup," and
take i to o:her . ind. ".3- tJfxl
Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria.
15 it J?r * ftn>ira^lv?
The bejt sal/j rathe world for ? 'ar,i
Bruises, Sores, Uic. rs.Salr Rheum, ?Vvc:
! scores, Tettei.CheppelHands, Chill .'am-,
i -Corns, and all btin jc.ru|-tioiiS, and r>'.^
j tively cures Piles, or do pay required J
isguarante^i v> eivr perfect > !
! or money refunded. Price I
; box. For sale by M>Mas*er 4c C?.
[ ii will :i?tuni*h yon how quick Johnson's
Magnetic Oil will kill all pains,
I internal and external; $1 00 size 50
lets.; 50 ct. size 25crs. YVinnsboro
! Drug Store. *
Are brokan down from overwork or household
cares Brown's Iron Bitters
rebuilds the system, aids digestion, remotes excess
of bile, and cures malaria. Get the genuine.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
WOOD'S PIIOS PHODCfE,
Tbo Great EnslUh Remedy.
Promptly axd pernuuunfc
Mfr4C?j^^ifiaiorr\ta, Impottmovatui aU
w rr, nr ** ? win cy inwor J*[)wre,
VfuK fr/ 2*?? praaeribad oraf ss
y VT^v TWTClnthoauadiof C?4M;
** JMMu tnoww. Ask
WWHiMOM tor 1foo*'s IPBOf
Effort asd After. psocti; If ba effars uoaas
cgorr ana 4ipcr* wortiu#M zawlielna lap 1am
if tkia, laave bis dJeboeaat store, laaloaa jrtoe la
lattar, ul m will wad by ratara nail. Frloc.oaa
WC^M*. <1; six 0*4 *i& pUw, tis %eiU mrt.
r*apfctjm tfaia saalad aaralooa, t stamps.
. Address mWOOD CHEMICAL CO..
181 woodward aTonae, Datrolt. Mich.
wiiv vv-ii. v h uvkjw*
This Quzxr Cough Cubs promptly cure*
where all others fail. Concha, Croup, s?re
Throat, Hoarseness, whooping Cough and
Asthma. For Consumption it has no rival;
has cured thousands, ?b? -will cubs yott if
iaisnio tirae. Sold by Druggists on a guarantee.
Tor a lame Back or Chest, tsea
SSILOH'I BELLADONNA PLASTERJ5C.
Have you Catarrh? This remedy is gnar&o*
to cure you. Price, 60 eta, Injector free.
For sale at the Winnsboro Drus Store
stSSKS*- ?0,d written
guarantee to cure
fc^SBsl tMTX*d N ervousP rostration,
w *T) nea s, Hcadache and
m >? NeuralgiaardWalcefulness,
AFTER* cJ.r\-n *> ^ftanmT nf
the Brain, causing Misery, Insanity and Death}
Barren iss, Impotency, Lost Power in either sex.
Premature Old A?e, Involuntary Losses, catiscd
by over-indulgence, over-exertion of the Brain and
Errors of Youth* It given to Weak Organs ttieir
Natural Vigor and doubles the joys of life; cares
Lucorrhcea and Female Weakness. A. month's treatment,
in plain package, by mail, to any address, ?1
per box, e boxes 15. with ?very 15 order we gi7e a
written Guarantee to cure or refund the money.
Circulars free. Guarantee issued only by our exclusive
WINXSBORO DRUG STORE.
" Wirn^boro, S. C.
IBIIIIA I# V"If *ndOpftanHabits
III ill Vlr L If cured as home whhMf
niailU S I outpaia.BoolcofparmW
III wl* M 8 ticnlarswntFREE.
Atlanta, Go* Office 104% WUtehallSt.
| THE STANDARD. |
I ' A
i DURANG'S % <
Pneumatic Remed?| '
< > Has sustained its reputation for 18 years
* as being tbe standard remedy for the O
i quick and permanent cure of Rbeuma- +
i tlsm, Gout, Sciatica, etc.. in all its forms. *
< It is endorsed by thousands of Physi
< > cians, Publishers and Patients. It is ^
i > purely vegetable and builds up from the +
< first dose. It never fails to cure.
i Price is one dollar a bottle, or six 6
< bottles for five dollars. Our 40-page Pam
i p'llet sent Free by Mail. Address,
< Durang's Rheumatic Remedy Co. | i
0 1316 L Street.WasUIngton, D. C. *
< J Durang's Liver Pills arc the best on ?
] [ earth. They act with an ease that makes T
T them a household blessing.
1 PBICE 23 CT3. PEE BOX. or 5 B0XE3 702 $1. %
I FOE SALE BY DRUGGISTS. ^
JACOBS' PHARMACT CO.,
Wholesale Agents, Atlanta, Ga.
how ~ i
To Invest I
Small Amounts. ;
This is a problem that puzzles
more than one man who saves a 1
portion of his salary. The following
letter gives the result of
an investment in a Tontine
ruucy ui tuc
Equitable Life. ,
Union, S. C., Dec. 20, 1892.
W. J. Roddey, Esq., Agent.
Dear Sir:?Your favor enclosing
check of the Equitable Life Assurance
Society in settlement of my
policy, No. 209,310, came duly to
hand. The settlement is a liberal
one, exceeding my expectations, and
I am pleased with it.
Yours truly, WlLUAM Munro.
There is no form of investment 1
to-day that offers such absolute
security and such liberal dividends
as the proper form of life
assurance. It's a matter on
which every man should be
posted. We send you figures
and particulars without charge.
W. J. RODDEY, Manager,
Department of the Carolinas, 1
ROCK HILL. 5. C.
IS hereby given to all concerned, that .
the usual semi-annual examination
of applicants for certificates to teach in
the public schools of this (Fairfield)
County will be held at Winnsboro on
the third Friday of April (20th), commencing
at 10 A. M.
A. Y. MILLING,
MorM, fO 18<U s <r V
1WILL be at the Judge of Probate's
office on the first Monday in each
month up to and including the first
Monday in July for the purpose of
W. h\ JACKSON
Supervisor of Registration.
SHALL YOU Ri
j Victors are the leading bicycles
| the greatest amount of enjoyment yo
BOSTON. PHI LAD
NEW YORK CHICAG
NH ?\ Om 1 eutrsnteed to cure ail
Wm W 9 rower. Headache. Wai
Vj 5 F&- v? * b70T?rererU0n,y*nt
T ~ dE+ Mt^Al nJanta. wbieh lead to Ii
5pv l ~ T_5> vg8t pocket. SI per b<
tllfcrrfc /\j^BaglT? ? written roar
K?f0lifcA5D~AVT3JU csiNtL in plain wrapper. Addr
For sale in Wlnnsboro. S. C.,
. N K \Y (
<> n i
WE ARE RECEIVING OUR I
Calico, Outing, Bleached Goods, U
Gire these goods a tkorouffh inspect
Wo will show a Southern mado I
seen. Call and examine. If a pair
your verdict will be, "I'll take a paii
We are nrenared t? snsfam ami
especially called to the LITTIj
for children, misses and young beys,
leather from the solar tiji to the top.
durable and stylish shoes let your th
The best shoes are in t
It is the place I will g<
Our OBELISK FLOUR stands al
will please give it a trial. Our Che<
the best. Our Teas are the best. 1
goeds in th:s departmemt are beugkt
quality and price.
-? V AW AW cuv \y vi u^i
NEW MB g'
.-. WE HAVE JUST R)
COME AND STIFF
T. H. KET(
People fill Marry
hiarci 'limes or no .tiara
Times, Future or no
I AM PREPARED FOR THEM IN
the lite line ot Wedding Presents.
New good* and ue<7 designs in
l- ' -*
CREAMS, SOUP AND
with other things Joo ntimcrons to
C. M. Chandler.
Books of subscriptions the
capital slock of the Fairfield
- -? " <*?? r? f lift
Lj HUllV.UIIi|Ja-iy AlC niiw uwtii ai cuv
Wlnnsb^io National Bank.
T. W. WOODWARD,
A. S. DAVIS,
At tie Old stand. Under nr. Qnattletau's Olcs.
THE undersigned will be pleased to
serve tbe public. Satisfaction guaranteed
in hair-cut or shave Appreciating
past patronage, solicits it in the future.
3-lfxly V. MONTAGUE.
DR. DAYID AIKEN,
Office ; No, 9 Washington Street, 3 Doors
West of Postoffi:e.
jarin Ridge way. S. C., every Wednesday.
. . - i .
'DP. THP rf>CT9
of the world?the best If you want -j
u must ride a Victor.
WHEEL CO. I
> RESTORED! ThU wontorSd rtimidT
nerto us cuae&aet, aueb m W?*k Memory, Lom of Brain
T A?t U??iK/\Ai4 T??i ?
umumf, . .w-- , ? ? j| m|n^i j fYHII WflTfHBt HVTTW9*
of powerin Generatire Organs of either sexcanset
hfnl error*. excessive W of tobacco, opium or ftliaiflrmlty,
Consumption or Insanity. Can oe carried la
jx. e for 85, by mall prepaid. Wltn a 85 order we
an tee to cure orrenad tbe mosey. Sold by all
alee no other. Write for free Medical Book sent sealed
ess A'?ltV.ESJEM> CO., Masonic Temple, CHICAGO.
by J. tt. McMASTEB, Druggist.
'ALL STOCK OF MESS v J
nderwear, Hosiery, C?rs?ts, &?., &e.
io? befor# yom buy.
blanket, the best for tkt priee we kay?
of good blaiket? are wasted w tkiak
' past reputation. Your atteatiwi is
The Little Giants are solid, strong
Tney are the best we ean buy. For
' v ;he
; the head. All Trke Have Ret used it > .
isc are the best. Our Crackers are
Our Pickles are the best. All ear
te stand the test ef eempetitiea i>
' x .1
fl. Beaty & Bro. 1
ECEIVED A LOT OF .
CRUSH HATS. J
IS AND SHADES.
3HIN & CO.
MANUFACTURED by the CLEVELAND
When you buy cue ponnd
lie fas Kinj Powder,
yoa get a preient-tworth
the price paid for Ihe pow- \
der, and can make yoor .
No tiick. Come and see
for yourself before they
are all gone. Also a fresh
A ft fllTUfliPT
Hi iii uaiuvaun ?
JOHN J, MeMAHAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
j 12% Law Ran^e, Columbia, S. C.
Soiicite business in his uttive County?
i Fairfield. - 2-37-ly
For surveying, terracing,
Leveling, Drawing, Etc.,
! 7-Sfxly Woodward,U. C.
NOTICE. ^ :.
SURVEYING DONE AN? SOLICIT
-lfxlv J#??iK2S. fc. C.
JEIAVE an 8-Horse Power Ames
Engine en sills aid a 5-Horse
J Power Agricultural Engine on wheel*.
. Will sell cheap for cash or good paper.
I 2-20tf W. J. ELLIOTT.