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- ^ Wednesday, May 10. : ; : : 1394
Letiers will be c?llectei from the
v letter boxes at 11.20 a. m.and 9 p. m.
geiag south, and 5.39 p m. and 9
p. u). going northNew
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Fresh Chcess?"Tbe .^ower Store."
p. ocai-ji f,
?If you want to biy a wind mill
consult W. J. Elliott.
? W. II. Elli?f, o/ Winu^boro. is a
lieutouunt at CIcuisur College.
?lil CifM.ot da wilbout your valuable
paper," i* what & subscriber writes
?L-iiiiui, let us advice }ou, when
\?m A-anf drejosilfesgoto Mimnaugh's.
adv. Q. D. \ViLLiKOKt>, Manager.
?'Mr. li C. C2**xlu?g *.o!d a carload
of cr.ttle in Cokiwbia last week for
Doiv & Cw.
?We te^rrei to learn that Mrs.
Naucy K>itubb i? quite unwell, but
? j>ub?cribe lor The News axd
IIerald ami learn what your neighbors
?The Rev. Thco. D. Bratton has
been appointed to preach at the next i
convention of this di?cese.
?Mimi.auxh has the best line of
mattiug we ever saw offered at the j
ad 7. Q. D. Williford, Mauager.
? William Kyse; colored, the veteran
, of three war?, was present at the layiifg
of the corner stone at Rock Hill oo
?We are glad to note that Miss Sallie
Ilayue McMeekiu, who has been
suffering with rheumatism, i* able to
be oat on the ttreeta.
?Mr. U. (i. Desportes is tearing
down the old store next to the corner
store with the hope ot keeping the
| water out ot the cellar of the corner
I ?Mr. Johu C. Aroett has accepted a
p position wiiii the Singer Sewiug Machine
Coinpauy at Olumoia, S. C. He
will be in the office witbhis Mater Miss
- "'Susie Arnett. Be left Thursday.
?Capt. 11. A. "Williams' presence on
an excursion train assares even body |
of attention, c?nrtesy and promptness.
He was at the lever 011 Saturday.
Everybody is alsvays glad to see him
?l?ev. I. D. Davis is the commissioner
from the Fairfield colored presbytery
to the Geaeral Assembly at
Saratoga, N.'Y. This is the General
Assembly ot the United States of
?We have been very indulgent with
* '* ' " ? ? ?*????? Uni- n P< TTTft
"tne patrons ot om- papci uut uo
said before a hungry horse cannot
make a crop We are hearing from a
great many subscribers but there are
others who are turning a deaf ear to
our appeal. Lookout!
?Mr. Campbell W. Madden, the
manager ot the "Lower Store," calls
, J your attention to many delicious edibles
ihismoruiug. Fmit at this season
W U a great treat. He wants the public
in*t to come in and let him show his
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goods. Ihe "fiends will find the
Magnolia cigarette something extra, he
?ays. Hn is anxious to sell and always
courieous. Give him a call.
ARE YOU MADE misable by Indigestion,
Loss of Appetite, Yellow Skin? Shi
ioh's Yitalizer it a positive care. *
Pests.?Mr. Eb. Tennant, from the
Greenbrier neighborhood, says that
1n/?nt.ra ore ahArinriidor in that SSCtiOn.
We hope tbey will not injure crops.
Hew Money Order.?The postoffice
at this place will have a new money
order on July 1 with coupon? attached.
The postal note will not be used q/ter
that. The rates will be greatly reduced.
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Death of a Child.?We regret
learn ?f the death of little Arthur K.,
6?n of Mr. aud Mrs. Jno. R. Craig, of
Blackstock. lie died on Sunday and
his remains were laid to rest at Concord
Church on Monday. We extend
our sympathy to the parents.
?Go to J. L. Mimnaugh's for nice
gjjfr ? straw hats and light weight coats and
Ejw hdv. Q. D. Williford, Manager.
fthet Are Armed.?'The guus lor
the Fairfield Rifle Guards "arrived a
few days ago in the depot here. They
were shipped by Gen. Farley. They
were delivered on Fiiday to a colored
man who came for them in wagon.
.Remember, boys, y?u are not allowed
to hunt squirrels with those guns. We
heard aboat a year ago that oue rea'
son Gov. Tillman would not send that
company guus was that some mischievous
fellow had written him a
letter telling him that they wanted
them to huat with. This was a very
mean trick if it was so.
New Gix Rib.? Mr. D. (J. McCall,
-of Darlington, was in Winnsboro on
Thursday in the interest of an improved
gin rib. As every man, who
runs a cotton gin, well knows, the ribs
wear ont at the point where the cotton
passes through. The improvement
, consists in a steel plate which can be
4 put oil without removing tljje ribs out
of their position on the gin; it is held
n^^^Lr-r on by a spring which presses a pin in
WZ a hole in the rib. Xo to?l of any de
nt scription is necessary to pat them on
with. Mr. McCall showed the device
p to Mr. J. M. Elliott, Sr., and he pronounced
it a good device and perfectly
practicable. During the conversation
it developed that Mr. McCall was a
great grandson of Mr. David Milling.
^ who came from Ireland, and Mr.
:j" r Elliott, upon hearing this, showed
this gentleman an auger handle which
V is over 100 years old, and was brought
t from Ireland by Mr. David Milling.
Mr. McCall ipcl a good many people
""v w" ?
Loss of strength and flesh, wasting
away from any canse promptly arrested
MP by using that greatest of all fat pro-duccs,
Johnson's Tasteless Compound
Cod Lirer Oil. Winnsboro Drug
iM? Store. *
Highest of all ki Leavening Powe:
mmm?w?mb rma m ?r^????a?? mm
Miss Lizzie Cureton left f#r Char- (
lette on Monday.
Gen. Bratton returned from Colum- ,
Dia on JMonaay. j
Mrs C. S. Dwight returned from (
Columbia Monday. ,
Mrs. E. B. McMaster and Miss Mallie ]
returned from Georgia Monday after- J
Me^rs. Frank Withers and Means
B^aty spent Sunday in town and re- J
turned to Columbia on Monday. (
J. W. Ilahaban, Jas. (Jr. McCauts, ,
J. E McDonald, W. D. Douglass and '
G. W. Ragsdale, all *f the "YVmnsboro ,
bar, have returned from the Supreme j
Mr. and Mrs. It. J. McCarley, of ]
Columbia, stopped 011 their return (
from Rock Hill and spent several J
days with the family of Mr. J. D.
Dr. B. J. Quattlebaum returned
! Friday from Charleston where be has
; attending the annual meeting of the
| Dental Association of S?uth Carolina,
over which he presided as president.
| The Doctor reports a very pleasant (
j time and speaks in high terms of the
I hospitality of the "City by the Sea."
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria, j
The Oakland Democratic Club is
hereby called to meet at the school- '
house on Saturday afternoon, May 19,
at 3 o'clock. Full attendance requeued.
It. Y. Beat, Secretary.
cottox mar ket.
New York, May 14.
To T. J. Cureton, Br?ker, Winnsboro, ,
Market closed steadier. May 7.04; ,
Jane 7.08; July 7.12; August 7.16.
Iloliday in Liverpool today, there- < j
foro without advice. This market is
lower ou favorable crop advsces a?d ]
rather heavier receipts than expected. '
The teeling of the trade .is one of discouragement
in conseqnence of lhe ;
business depression in this conntry. <
Hubbard. Price & Co. - 1
Struck by Ucntaihg. I
On Sunday morning Mr. Wither- j
poon Wallace went into a room opposite
to the one he occupied and
found that the mantle was shattered, ]
splinters lying- all over the 4oor.
There was a. storm on Saturday night
and the family felt a shock but thought ^
that the lightning had only ?trnck near ^
them, but the fact was revealed upon g
his entering the room that it had j
struck uncomfortably near his family, j
The jams were torn to pieces and the s
chimney was damaged also. A very i
strange thing is that it failed to ignite i
the splinters which were rich light- (
wood, and it is a wonder they were ?
not aroused on account of fire. No (
one was even aware that the casualty ,
"had happened until next morning. i
President Cleveland's Cancer.
It has been rumored that he has it.
It he would take a course ol Botanic 1
Blood Balm, the best blood purifier i
and bcMdirg-up remedy in the world, <
he would soon be well. It will uot .
?1 An rv?i? torero Hnt- I
Uliap|JUiUl( 111W ?(>J..VV [IVk "??BX vv. |
tie. For suie by druggists. Use it for 1
all blood and skin diseases, rbeuma- i
ti8m, catarrh, etc. * '
Mr. Wylie M. Coleman, a former \
citizen of Ridgeway, died on Sunday <
night at Kowesrilie, in Orangeburg r
county. Mr. Oletnaif was about (
forty-three years old, and was married 1
a few year# ago to Mis* Desportes, i
daughter of Mr. William Desportes,
of Charleston, and a brother of Mr.
U. Gr. Desportes. The cause of his
death was heart disease.
Mr. Coleman was a man of fice
character, and was personally popular
with th?se who knew him. His death
will be a great shock to his many
frieuds. "We extend our sympathy to
the families of the deceased.
ur ytju^vi avaao.
Did He Kill Simon Holmes? ' '
There is a strange darker coufined
in jail who give" his name as John '
Qnincv Adatns. He is evidently a i
stranger, bat claims to lire about four |
miles from town. lie calls the names J
of some parties who live below Colum- 1
bia in his conversation, anditisezi- 1
aent be has worked in that section. 1
He was brought to Sheriff Ellison ?n 1
Monday night by one of the liarnson
darkies, near Durham's cross-road-1. 1
Adams was at Mr. W. S. WeirV place, :
four miles west of town, on Saturday
night, and offered to cure a sick man
by the name of Simoa Holmes. Dr. *
Hanahan had been treating Holmes for
quite a while, who had consumption, 1
and was suffering from a carbuucle (
also. This strange nearo claimed to :
be an * all-healer" and those negroes 1
listened 10 mm. it ' as at nrat re
ported that he gave Holmes a dose of
copperas boiled in linseed oil in which
a silver quarter was also subjected to .
the boilirg process; but upon further 1
inquiry, one of Holme*' sons pays be ;
only boiled some water with the i
money and that Holine* look a dose.
Holmes died in about twenty-four j
hours, and it was at first though that
his death resulted from the dose of the
- " - i- v i? i !. ?t i
"aii-Deaier, uui u uut tu ?cuc?cu|
uow as be got no copperas or linseed ;
oil. The crazy negro left Holmes after
giring him the dose t? hunt the snake
that he claimed had bitten Holmes.
He wanted to get to a stream of running
water first amd after "working
bis jack" could find aHd kill the snake ;
which he said was near Broad River. '
Drs. Madden and Ilanahan pron?nnced
him crazy and Sheriff Ellison will
take him to Columbia at once. Holmes
wa? buried Wednetday.
r.?Latest U. S. Gov't Report
The procession formed on Thursday
svening at Mr. J. M. Elliott's corner
in/1 tn thfi fIoill*t H0U3e. 1
The meeting was opened with prayer
by Rev. C. E. McDonald after which
Lhe audience was treated to some very
fine singing. Miss Mary Witherow 1
issisted at the organ and Mr. C. M.
Chandler with his cornet. The sing- \
ing was conducted by Prof. Witherow, 1
issisted by J. M. and J. L. Beaty,
C. K. Douglass, J. G. McCants and
C. A. Stevenson and the following
ladies, Miss Eila Doty, Miss Mary
YVitherow, Miss Lil Caldwell, Miss
Lizzie Gerig and Miss Nannie Thompson.
Mr. T. II. Ketchin, the chairman,
made a fe\r very appropriate remarks
md then i .troduced Mr. J. G. Movants
who ad been appointed to read <
i suitable election. After the readng
music followed, and "we concur"
In the unanimous opinion that it was
rery fine indeed. Those named constitute
the choir of the Presbyterian :
Dhurch. The exercises then closed
with prayer and the ladies retired to
:he ice cream tables to enjoy refreshments.
The gentlemen remaiued and organized
an auxiliary association to the
ladies' association. T. II. Ketchin
was elected president, E. B. Ragsdale
rice-president, and W. D. Douglass
secretary and treasurer. A committee
will draft a constitution and then the
organization will be christened. A
minimum fee of twenty-five cents per
year will be collected irom eaco member.
The president will appoint a
committee in every township to enlist
the support and membership of every
man in it. The purpose is to assist
the ladies, and all monies will be
turned over to them as soon as collected.
As the fee is so small and the
purpose so noble, we hope everybody
will join. You may contribute more
if you desire, but twenty-five cents is
ail that is asked for. Everybody join.
T. F. Anthony, Ex-Postmasrer, of
Promise City, Iowa, says: "J bought
3ue boUIe of * Mystic )u"e' for Rheumatism
anc uv<> doses of r didjiie
more good than all tri^ medioii.e (ever j
took." S?ld by W. E. Aiken, j)rngjist,
HAD A GOOD TIME.
BtenBown in the Bowels of tlie Earth
and up in the Skies?Saw the Earth and
the Fullness Thereof.
Mr. T. W. Lauderdale has a constiPiidnrc
ULivii j ?.?
pleasure trip and should he feel his
strength begin to fail he -would pray
:or more. He left Winusboro about
he 26th of March and made his first
;top at Birmingham; there he met Mr.
kValter C. Robertson, of Winnsboro,
md enjoyed sightseeing of the great
:ity of Birmingham. It is useless to
ittempt to give oar readers a minute
loonmnHnn <vf hi? travels now. but we
A^O^llJ^VAVU V* M*v ???*? ? .. 7 will
try and do so later. He visited
Sew Orleans, went through the French
narket, which is a wonder in itself.
STou never hear a word of English nor
;ee an English-speaking person conlected
with the place. He travelled
?ver thousands of miles of barren
jountry, nothing but hot beds of sand,
where travellers sometimes loose there
ivay and perish. In some places in
fexas there is nothing in the way of
mman life except the section master
md his family; and he gets all his
irater from the trains, and the trains
;arry their own supply with them.
There is not a drop of water for hunIreis
of miles. He- saw in New
Mexico game plentiful along the track?
nule-eared rabbit?, ducks and geese
)n lakes, with other game abounding.
5e visited the opium dens in San
Francisco, saw one victim of opium
Evho had not been out of his room
'about ten feet square) in fifteen years.
He was smoking an opium pipe,
rhere he saw a blind Chinese woman
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twenty years. She had twenty cats as
ier companions. He visited the Midtvinter
Exposition in San Francisco
svhich is a World's Fair on a small
Mr. Lauderdale visited Salt Lake
3ity, saw Brigham Young's lrcuses,
md saw his grave. The Mormans are
living with only one wife now, as the
law toroicis tnc navmg or more man
rme. He saw a genuine Indian dance;
they were dancing for rain, the country
being dry. At these dances they
make love as do the civilized people.
Mr. Lauderdale went down in a gold
md silver mine uader Virginia City,
and the streets of this city arc paved
with refuse rock from these mines
which will pan out 82 to $3 worth
While up on Pike's Peak it was cold
%?An/yl? f/\ o**/\w onrl mniur norsnno
^UVUgll W OliV IT y W*Iv* uiumj |/v4?vuw
could not stand the atmosphere, the
air was so light. We will have to stop
qow but will try and give a more detailed
account of the trip later.
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CIIE CORNER STONE AT ROCK HILL
It is useless to attempt to give our
;eaders a full account of the program
is it was carried on last Saturday at
Rock Ilill. "Our man about town"
left on Friday evening in order to get
. on/IInrr rnnm hofnrp flip VIIsh fiOm
9VJfcllUll(^ I Wiu vv?v? v >?w ?
menced and will attempt to give only
the substance of what happened.
Governor Tillman and a party of
State officers were on the train the
same evening. Mr. T. P, Mitchell,
p;evident of the Suite Alliance, got on
at Woodward, and Mr. W. S. Hall,
8r\ who is said to he the prime mover
of the idea ?f education for women,
boarded tiie train at Blackstoek, ac
companied by his son W. 5 Hall, Jr.,
and Miss Catherine, his daughter.
Pheie was a large party of Fairfield
people too numerous to mention present
on the occasion.
ilie ClllZf'113 OI ItOUfc IllJl gavu a
gerinan at the pavilion on the outskirts
of the city, \vhich was enjjyed by the
lovers of ihe hop. "Our man about
town" chose i?? spend a quiet evening
with the fatni.y i l his fiiencl Mr. E. I>.
Moblej', and did so. All Rock Hill
was organized i;t one grand effort to
make the peop.c enjoy themselves, and
they succeeded as they always do in
The Clecuson cadets arrived about
lO.oO Saturday uiorniug wiih about
330 men in rauks. The first sought by
us were the Fairfield boys. Most of
them were readily found, but several
The procession was formed as soon
as the party from the Winthrop Training
School arrived and every one proceeded
to the college ground*. The
exercises were opened with prayer
and the Winthrop girls sang a chorus
Gov:' Tillman then deliveie-l his address,
which was followed by an ode
from Prof. Catamings. The dedicatory
speech was made by Ira B. Jones, Eq.,
A big picnic wa? ?:vi*n on the
ground?, and we did nor h-ar of a
man who said he was uungry.
Tbe dress parade of the <Jiem>on
cadets wound up tbe exercises, and
before 7 o'ol >ek every train hud left
Rock llill, and the roads were lined
with bugiiie-; and wagons?everybody
going home. We met many an anxious
parent hunting their sons from
Clemson, and think each saw his own
before two o'clock in the day.
We all had a g??cd Jim?, and f?lt I
paid for the nip. The crowd was
tmi-v ftfdovlv indeed. There was me?
ent between 0,000 and 8,000 peop'e,
and there was not a sii g'e distoibance
iliat. we could hear of during thi d?y.
One could meet friends froir. all over
ilie State. We met and ei.j ?red a chat
with onr fiit-nd and firmer tender
Prof. It. Mean-: Davis, of Colombia,
amongst many otheis.
A full account of the program will
appear in our next week's weekly, so
we will not attempt to give a minute
of the affair. But it was the biggest
thins South Carolina has seen in many
years?hig in future rt suits we mean.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Buckiiead, S. C., May 12 ?We have
ttrrn fino rains in the last week.
iiau cnv muV ...
anil crops are growing nicely. Some
of our neighbors are chopping cotton.
I believe the stand is generally good.
Capt. Thos. Lvles, of Bossier, La.,
arrived at his father's, Capt. T. M.
Lvles, recently to spend the summer.
He has recovered from the wounds
received from the assailant's hand last
Mrs. Ladd is quite tick.
Mr. Quinn Waters, of Shelton, died
on the 8th inst.
We have read with interest the letter
vf Mr. J. J. McMahan, as to "Where
we are at" and think he has proven,
that prohibition is, or ?ught to be, the
order of the day, in South Carolina.
Flint Hill, S. C., May 12.?We have
Lad a fine week farming; temperature
and moisture sufficient. Cotton planted
tbe latter part of April is up to a
stand and healthy; that planted the
middle of April did not come up, and
in many instances has been planted
over. Corn a poor stand, badly injured
by bud worms; what was left is
growing since the rain of lait week;
some has been ploughed up and plant0
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growing well. e. f. p.
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FEASTERVILLE ITEMS. '
Storm?Crops? A Death.
Feasteryille, S. C., May 8.?There
was a heavy rain in this section on
the evening of the seventh inst., ac
companied by a severe wind which
blew down some fencing and trees.
The oat crop promises to be very
good. Siands of both cotton and corn
are very good, and is looking well
since the recent warm weather.
We resrret to chronicle the recent
death oflVIr. Q. O. Waters which eccurred
on the seventh inst. His remains
will be interred today in the
Methodist Church burying ground.
We extend our sympathies to the bereaved
family. Mr. Waters has made
many friends in our midst, especially
those with whom he was associated
at school. When I reflect upon the
associations of school days and realize
how many promising young men have
been stricken down by the insatiate
areher, death, I cannot but be deeply
impressed with the uncertainty of
Iiie. now solemn ana impressive
these events are, but it is an inevitable
deeree of Him who knows all things.
R. it. J.
Mrs. T. S. Hawkins, Chattanooga,
Tenn., savs: "Shiloh's Vitalizer
1 SAVED MY LIFE: Icousidcr it the
isst remedy for a debilitiated system I
ererused." For Dyspepsia, Liver or
Kidney trouble it excel*. Price 75
cts. For sale at the Winnsbor# Drug
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. i
A MODEL FARM!.
Making; the Bost of a Holiday--A "Fishy"
Story?Wants Railroads and Factories.
Ifr. Editor: I was invited on Wednesday
evening by'Mr. D. V. Walker to
drive out to his Weston place, and as
the Supreme Court had decided that I
was badly in need of a holiday, I accepted
Mr. Walker has 400 acrc> of cotton
in ?ne body which is a perfect stand,
and is b?.*itg chopped *t tlie rate tf
40 acres a clay, lie expects .'JOO bales
from ('.? Knf \? ith fkViirable
seasons', I unhesitatingly predict a
yield of a bile i?> the acre.
lie has ?*)>o on the same place 100
acres of ?;ai.s which, ie^anll.*oS of the
recent fr?-?zef is exceptionally fine.
His upland corn compares favorably
with the iest of the crop; the bjttorns
not vet planted bat are in tine condition
I found the plantation in beautiful
trim, the terracep, ditches and all
washed places being immediately at"
- ? ~ _ *t. - til
tenaeu to. weinenaro>c 10 uie uun
where he *rius hi* cotton. There is a
splendid water power wnicb makes the
preparing of the cotton fur market
very cheap?only having to emplov
three hands in ginning. I as<ui\; von
a prettier pic urc to the farm-Iov?t\j
soul c>uld u >t be met with, and yet it J
was with a touch of clugrsn that I i
found it was left to a dweller ?f the
blue gra?s region to teach us the perfection
of cur native State.
In August he will diaitr his mill
pond, and if my vacation continues
till then, I will certainly be on hand,
as be expicts t? catch two full fourhorse
wagon loads of Jish.
Now it' Mr. McMaster will build u?
his railroad and we can get a te-.r c?tton
factories?with Mr. \Valk?*r to
show u* how to mnke such cotton ?we
will b? armed regardless of Congress
and I es- dccMon as to free silver, etc.
M. II. Moblet
For colic, scour, sprains bruise--,
spavin, swellings and all diseases of
horses and cattle Johnson's Mugmt c
Oil, horse brand, gives excellent sati.-faction.
Sl.Ot siz; 50 cts.; a? ct. i>ize
25 cts. Winnsboro Drug Store. *
SCnOOL BOOKS AND WIT AT TO PAY
The folio \in<; school b >ok" have
ben adoped by t e State Board of
Examiners and tlusc are t'.:c piic?-s
yon should pay /or them. There are
o lu*r books permitted to be used which
we do not mention. Those mentioned
have been adopted. The School Commissioner
wauts the public informed
on these matters:
Holmes' New First Reader $0 15
Holmes' New Second Reader.... 25
Holmes' New Third Reader 40
Holmes'New Fourth Reader.... 50
Holmes' New Fifth Reader 72
Swinton's Word Primer 15
Sainton's Word Book 18
Lippincott's Popular Speller.... 20
Reed's Word Lessons 25
Tarbell's Lessons in Langnag*,
vr? 1 40
Tarbell's Lessons in Language,
No. 2 GO
Strang's Exercises in English.... 45
Hansen's School History CO
Ilansell'i Higher History 1 00
Montgomery's B?ginuers American
Anderson's General History-... 1 60
'Jhapman's Mi$t?ry ofS. U 75
Maury's Elementary Geography.. 55
Manx's Manual of Geography,
S. C. edition 1 2?
Maury's Physical Geography. .. 1 20
Tilden's Commercial Geography . 1 25
Robinson't New Radim-ants of
Robinson's New Practical Arithtnntjn
UJVUO. * ? ? <> ? - - - - - ?
Robinson's Rndiments (old ed.) 32
Robinson's Practical (old edition) 66
Wentworth's New Primary Arithmetic
Wentworth's Grammar School
Sanford's Intermediate Arith'tic. 36
Sanford's Com. School Arith'tic. 64
Wentworth's School Algebra? 1 12
Webster's Com. ScIl Dictionary.. 48
Webster's High Scb. Dictionary.. 72
Webster's Academic Dictionary.. 98
Worcester's Primary Dictionary. 36
Worcester's New Sch. Dictionary 60
/' nmrvr'ohonciuft 1 00
TT UlUfOlUl O Wiupi wuvuui ? v a/aw- * w
Worcester's Academic Dictionary 1 25
PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE.
Stewell's Primer of Health 36
otowell's A Healthy B?dy 50
Sto well's Essentials of Health.... 84
Peterman's Elements of Civil Gov. 09
Winslow's Principles of Agri'ture GO
Comegys's Primer of Ethics... 40
Steele's Rudimentary Ethics.... 1 00
Morgan's Eog. & Amer. Lit'lure 1 00
English Classic Series, single
numbers, cach 12
i'wo Lives Saved.
Mrs. PIlu-bc Thomas, of Junction < ity,
111., was told oy her doctors she had Consumption
and fin t Uiere was no hope for
her, out* two l.uuiies of Dr. King's New
Discovery ?. mpietely cmed her, and she
says it saved her life. Mr. Thos. E<2cersl
139 Florida St, San Francisco, suffered
from a dreadful C3kl, approaching Consumption,
tried without result everything
else tfien bougut one Dome 01 vr. juntrs
New Discovery and in two weeks was
cured. He is naturally thankful. It is
such resuits, of which these are samples,
that prove the wonderful efficacy of this
medicine in Coughs and Colds. Free trial
bottles at McMaster's & Co.'s Drug Store.
Regular size 50c. and $1.00. KARL'S
CLOVER ROOT, the
great Blood Purifier, gives freshness
and clearness to the Complexion and
cures Constipation, 25c., 50o. For
Sale at th? Winnshoro Bruff Stere. *
Don't be talked into having an operation
performed or injections of carbolic
a^id nsed as it may cost you yoar
iixe. xry uapauest; rue v^uic. ?? muobor#
Drag Store. *
For Over Fifty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothikg Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by millions
of mothers for their children while teething
with perfect success. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind colic, and is the best remedy
for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little
sufferer immediately. Sold by Druggists
in every part of the world. Twentyfive
cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
' Mrs. Window's Soothing oyrup, ana
take no other kind. 5-2Gf xly
When Baby was sick, we gare her Ca3terJa.
When she iras a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became 2?iss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she garc them Castoria,
VIW/IvKP arc ^
The standard price of Victor I
and Victor riders are guaranteed again;
v v ami tannii v
MEW YORK. CHICAGO
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BH y A rooeot dlsoomy by an old
13 V vj physician. S-xmeMfit&y used.
Wgk / vuyTLthbj by thousands of Xa/
^"v ^ditt. Is tho only perfectly sale
mgJ|/ and reliable medicine Ciscover*d.
Beware of unprincipled
druggists wh? offer Inferior
MorifAlnofi fr* n1?iv?nf th1?_ Ask for COOK'S COTTOX
Hoo* Cokpoujto, tab* no tubtitutt, ortnalow $1 and
6 sects l?-po?t**e In lMtsr, uul w* will sealed
kr return mail. Folic sealed particulars Is plain
e^Tslope, to ltdMs oaiy, t iumpt_
fr. Addrwa Poad Lily Company,
Ko. S lUborBlock, Detroit, aUtk.
One oect a dosa^^^LjpL^ffi^Agjjl
This Gebat Cough Curb promptly cures
where all ethers fail, Coughs, Croup, Sere
Throat, Hoarseness, whooping Cough and
Asthma. For Conaumotioa it has no rival:
has cared thousands, and will Ctjbe Ton if
taken in time. Sold by Druggists on a guarantee.
For a Lame Back or Chest, use
SHILOH'S BELLADONNA PLASTERJ5C.
Have you Catarrh ? This remedy is guaranteed
to cure you. Price, 60cts. Injector free.
For sale at the Winnsboro Drue Store
| the standard. i
1 durang's i
I Rheumatic Remedi.!
Has sustained its reputation for 18 years +
as being tile standard remedy for the +
quick and permanent cure of Rheum a
tism, Gout, Sciatica, etc., in all its forms. *
It lis endorsed by thousands of Physi
cians, Publishers and Patients. It is
purely vegetable and builds up from tlie
first dose. It never fails to cure.
Price is one dollar a bottle, or six
bottles for five dollars. Our 40-page Pam- +
pblet sent Free by Mail. Address, '
^ DliniiMinfiA DitmAflif On 1
* UUidiig d niicuiiiaub nciucui uu?
X 1316 L Street,Washington, D. C.
T l>urang'M Liver Pills are the best on J
T earth. They act with an ease that makes T
T then a household blessing.
T rues 23 CTS. FEB BOX, or S BOXES FOB $1. X
X FOB SALS BY DBTJOGISTS. J
JACOBS' PHARMACY CO.,
Wholesale Agents, Atlanta, Ga
fislp nf Real Estate for DelinQnent
Taxei for the fiscal years commencing
November 1, 1889, 1890, 1891,
1892 and 1893, under an Act of the
General Assembly, 1887, Page 862,
No. 429, approved December 24th,
1887, entitled an Act in relation to
forfeited lands, delinquent lands and
collection ?f taxes.
State of South Carolina, ) .
ftanntv of Fairfield. \
By rirtue of au execution issued to
me by tbe County Treasurer of Fair?
| field County for "the fiscal years 1889,
1890, 1891, 1892 and 1893, in accordance
with the above entitled Act, I
have levied on and will 8 11 on Monday,
the 4th day of June, 1894, in
front of the Conrt House door in
Winnsboro, S. C., at 11 o'clock A. M.,
the following described real e*tite, to
50 Acres cf abandoned lands in
School District No. G, and bouuded by
lauds of Teams, Ontten, Sutton and
- I? V. T?T.T,T>nNT.
Sheriff's Office, S. F. C.
Wiunsboro, S. C., May 12, 1894.
We have on hand some vcrv fine
SUMMER CIIEESE. Try it; yon
will like if. Also a lot of
(JAJNJNKJJ JFKIUT. |
Guaranteed pure and fresh. Our
is the finest. A single purchase will
convince you. A new shipment of all
kiuds of Canned Meats too numerous
Milton's Sport Tobacco.
Give us a call.
"L0W1E - S7CBS."
CAMPBEIX W, 9I1DDEN |
XSSE> 18 ,0,d W'^1
7^-^Sm K&hP*1^* guarint?? to euro
iSc^S?#' u3T~*A MervousProstratlon,
Y jji' n?fi?jEcadftche ^and
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vs^ To'oaoco and Alco'
^ ?--SL? hoi; Cental Dcpres BEFORE
- AFTER sion, Softening of
the Brain, causing Misery, Insanity and Death;
Barrenss?, Impotency, Lost Power In either sex,
eremature Old Age, Involuntary Lo6see, caused
r over-indulgence, overexertion of the Brain and
Errors of Youth. It given to Weak Organs their
Natural Vigor and doubles the joys of life; cures
Lucorrhcea and Female Weakness. A month's treat
ment, in plain package, by mail, to any address, ?l
per box, 6 boxes ?o. With every $5 order -we giro a
Written Guarantee to cure or refund the money.
Circulars free. Guarantee Issued only b7 our exclusive
WINNSB0R0 DRUG STORE.
Winnsboro, S. C.
tandard Value. ' j
iicycles is ?125.00. No deviation, !
st cut rates during the current year.
->8At the Coi
A beautiful line of Colored and 3
Lawns, While Lawns, Checked Mus
Fabrics for spring wear, &c., &c.
A prciiy lii.e of Laces just received.
A lii.c of good Hosiery at lo
Our Ladies' and Gcnti
Another lot of Low Cut Shoes will
few j ?b-: iii Reed's and Padan's Shoe* w
Oar stock is compose3 of standard
what we sell. If you wish the finest a
G'al! at the Corner Store and oblige.
Your * Spri
t. - i 1:_ j
v^uu uc: ucsl suppncu ii
I make a specialty in keeping
cannot get in any other store ii
A pretty line of Wool and Sil
, T*?1 1 1 TTT1 , T
lot ci JtsiacK ana w nite J^aces
My line of Cotton and Was
some, such as Sateens, Percals
Colored, Calicoes, Muslins, Ci
Nainsooks and Lawns.
A big line of Notions. I hi
in this department
My Hat stock is full. Som<
And when it comes to
You know my store is the pla
have a good stock of Gents' F
ments are freshly stocked for t
popular and desirable goods j
thing you may need and get i
Few can meet and none car
to show goods, *nd less troubl
J. Xj. Mil
Q. D. WILLIFOE
I . * * JIW t
of Life Assurance is not "Can
you afford it ?" but " Can you
afford to do without it ?"
Woodwards, S. C.July 3,1893.
Mr. W.J. Roddsy, Rock Hill, S. C.
De&r Sir: ? I have before me a statement
of the various options of
UJL O^LUL^iXLS^ULC. VI XXX J I
Tontine policy in the Equitable Life
I Assurance Society. I have concluded
to'accept the surplus and
continue the policy. The results are
highly satisfactory and I heartily
commend the Equitable Society and
the Tontine system insurance as
practiced by it, to persons desiring
safe and profitable life insurance.
Yours respectfully, T. S. BRICE.
The above letter is but one
selected from many received
from happy policyholders in the
It's a word to the -wise?a coni
vincing proof to the doubtful.
For fall particulars address
W. J. RODDEY, Manager,
Department of the Carolina, '
ROCK HILL, S. C.
Highly recommended by the most
eminent physicians of Sonth Carolina.
For sale al
F. W. HABENICUT'S.
DR. DAVID AIKE^f,
Office: No, 9 Washington Street, 3 Doors
West of Postoffice.
BTIn Rldgeway, S. C., every Wednesday.
A SPECIAL meeting of the Stockholders
of the Ridgewar Savings
and Loan Association is hereby called
called to meet in Xlidgeway, S. U., on
Jaue 1,1894, for the purpose of increasing
tie capital stack of said Association.
W. II. RUFF, M
P P WRAY. Ppr-.rfttnrv. n-Sfrl
WINNSBORO ICE HOUSE
MONEY TO LOAN J
On fa km mortgages. long m
time, easy payments and low interest, v * .1"?
j. e. Mcdonald,
12 ? 3 4 t.f Or J ames Q. DAVIS. " p
rner Store m
Jlack-Sateens, Figured Pongees, Irish
ilins, CancDes^Jjighara, Light Wool - ;e
s' Handkerchiefs were never cheaper. \
Look at oar Hats before bnyinj?.
received in a few days. We have a
e will sell at rednced pr;^s. Ask to
goods in this line acd we guarantee _. nd
best Soar ask for the "OBELISK."
1. Beatv&Bro. "M
~ v ?tm
ng* Wants i|
i my store. You will find that
a nice line of novelties you ' ^ /.
- - '.'1^1
k Dress Goods. Also a nice
and Insertings for trimmings.
}i Fabrics are large and hand5,
Dotted Swisses in White and
f f lliwv .
ive some special good bargains
d very nobby Felts and Straws. '
ling, ' , '
ice to buy that all the time. I
urnishing Goods. All departl'*
<-**o /-I a nnfli tViA nirtcf
11 V> Oj^llllg u auv YY1U1 U1W 1UVOC ?
made. Come to me for auyt
at a price you can afford to
l beat my prices. No trouble
e to sell them.
LD, - - Manager.
A NICE LOT OF
?~V*1U VJU1 31AJCK. U1 V^IUtCIlCa 13
WHEN YOU WANT
Sugar, Coffee, Tobacco
Rice, Grits, iCard,
| Roast BeefJ Chipped Beef,
| Salmon, Sardines,
. ' i -
Tomatoes or Tinware,
Give us a call.
A. B. CATHCART.
JUST RECEIVED, a fresh supply of
tbe above bread FIVE CENT CIGARS.
Duke's Mixture, Tar
Heel, and other brands of Smoking
I Tobacco, and Cigarette Paper, at
F. W. HABENICHT'S.