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Wednesday.|3Iay 23. : ; : : 18y4
Letters will be collected from the
Mt? r boxes at 11.20 a. bc. and 9 p. m.
goir.g sontli, and 5.30 p. m. and P
p. rr.. going north.
Spectacles?C. M. Chandler.
An Ordinance?J. E. McDonald,
Pcre Corn Whiskey?J. C. Iihytie,
Bessemer City, N. C.
?Court *:!! conrene on the llih of
?The G.L.I, picnic is postponed
?7'here are only nine prisoners in
the county jail.
?The jury for the June term of
(Jo?ri will bj drawn today.
Subicriae lor Tite News axd
Herald. The campaign will sooii
?it bit jwed at Asheyille and Chattanooga,
ou Saturday ereiing and
?A wire railing is being placed
arouid the grass beds in the Court
?Go to J. Jj. Mimnaugh's for nice
straw bats and light weight coats and
hd/. Q. D. Wiluford, Manager.
?The County Treasurer is preparing
his annual report. It will appear
in our next issue.
? \YC See Oy IDC ^uanwtic wowvh
that locusts hare made their appearanee
:o North Carolina.
?We publish today a new schedule
of th-iC. C. & A. R. R. L?ok at it if
you waul to see how the trains run.
?We regret t? learn that lliss Mary
J. Beaty is quite unwell. Mrs. McLin,
her sister, has been sent for and will
?Lo?k at the date on your paper
and if it is coirect. It it is wrong we
will correct it. If you are behind yon
musi cnaKt some auai^cuj^unj.
?Mr. Ward Austin, of Feaiterville,
came to town this week to buy a mule.
He hat not been in Winnsboro sines
the day Hampton spoke here in 1876.
?Mr. T. W. Lauderdale says that
' ' he saw Sam Jones raise nearly $7,000
in one night iu Memphis. A debt of
this amount was due ou the tabernacle
and a brewer wanted to buy it for the
purp??e of making a beer garden ?f
it, but Sam said n#.
(Jon3tipanon anc sic* uvauanuc ycimanei-tly
cared, and piles prevented
by Japanese Liver Pellets; especially
adaptcu to children's use. Winnsboro
Drag Store. *
Potatoes.?One barrel of fine eating
potatoes just arrived and for sale
at the old stand.
* F. W. HarexichtA
Mathematical Puzzle. ? Mr.
F. "R. Pronat savs he set a turkey hen
* r? -- . (
on tbirteea eggs aud she hatched out
. fourteen youug turkeys. Mr. Propst
must explain, we cannot undertake it.
wr No More Liquor.?As will be seen
" by an ordinance published today all
persons selling liquor in the town of
Winnsboro will be prosecuted. This
is the intention of the Council. So
Immigration Contention ? Ou May
30th there will be an immigration convention
in Augusta. Gov. Tillman has
been invited to attend and was requested
to appoint a delegate from
each congressional district.
The Class of '94-We are in receipt of
an invitation from Mr. C. S. Matthews
t? be present at the commencement
xercises of Davidson College. The
invitat'on says "the Class of ?94 desires
yonr presence." We will be
Ceazt Woman.?It would appear
from tLa frequent trips to Columbia by
our Sheriff that insanity amongst the
negroes is on the increase. Mr. Ellison
has been going to the asylum about
every three week?, it appears, with
an insane subject. He took a colored
woman down on Thursday. She came
from near Woodward.
Death of Rev. W. G. White, Sr.
^ ^ ?The Rer. W. G. White, Sr., a former
pastor of Lebanon Church, iu this
mk couDtv, died at Rock Hill on Monday,
Bp the 14th init. We have no particulars
^ of his death, but it is presumed that
he died suddenly, as be was reported
in usual health at 10 o'clock on the
morning of his death.
Tiie Atkinsons. ? me supreme
Court, in the case of the State vs. Jasper
and John Atkinson, has revoked
the order staying remittitur and directing
the same to be transmitted to the
Circuit Court at once. This means that
the prisoners will be resentenced at the
June term of Court to hang, aud will i
be hung unless Gov. Tillman interferes.
John Kidd?What is It??A cov- j
ered wagon with the name of John
Kidd, advertising on the wagon cover
the sale of ice cream and ginger a'e,
passed through town on Thursday.
We hear that he says he is going to
Florida to invest one million dollars in
prunes and pumpkins. Some bad
their suspicion that it was a traveling
meuagerie, with such animals as
L tigers, etc.
Read His Article.? We are in
debted t? Capt. H. A. Gaillard for an
Ife article on the Colorado beetle. It is
fall and complete, and will pay those
who value the Irish potato crop to
study it and act at once. He has a
pamphlet writteu by Mr. Geo. H.
Stahl, of Quincv, 111., which gives a
?? *?ArtA*nf I2*c O pf I aIa ?o
VCrj ^WU 1^10 ai ttvio xm
mainly from the government report
on this bug.
Rheumatism Cured in a Day.?
"Mystic Cure" for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia, radically cures in 1 to S
f days. "Its action upon the system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re4T
moves at once the cause and the disease
L immediately disappears. The first
|Hr~ ' dose greatly benefits, 75 cts. Sold bv
W. E. Aiken, Druggist, "Winnsboro.
Highest of all ki Leavening Powei
Looking for Monet.-Every man
you meet is looking for money. Men
have toiled until they were weary;
80tne have lost their health; others
I their soul and hody; a great many lose
their eyesight. It is sad but it is true,
that ine love of money is the root of
all evil. I?ut if you will read the advertisement
of C. Al Chrr.dler he will
tell >on that yen can soe a dollar
further wi iiliis spectacles than with i
any others. This is worth investi-1
That Beetle.?Mr. T. K. Elliott
brought to our office one of the bugs
which infest his potatoes. "VVc are not
prepared to name it, but it is identically
the same bug which was eating
the Irish potatoes in Rock Hill. It is
' <m ?ortV< wnrm.
SVlti ailU S1UI1T ua vtu.t. ? j
and a little more the c*lor of blood 1
than the earth worm; it has a faint
black line down the back and little j
black spots down either side. It has!,
no wings at all, but like that other j
bug, it gets there all the same?on a!
potatoe Tine. .
President Cleveland's Caucer.
It has been rumored that he has it. j
It be would take a course ol Botanic I
Blood Balm, the best blood purifier!,
and building-up remedy iu the world, j
i? ? ~ ~ h<* otpII Tr will not :
JJC >VUUIU nwwu vv ?* V... -- J
disappoint. Trice $1.00 per large bot- !
tie. For saie by druggists. Use it for <
nil blood and skin diseases, rheumatism,
catarrh, etc. * i
Neav Brick Yard.?Bunvan Em- i
merson has started a brick-yard at the
old tanyard site for the purpose of
making brick to build three brick
stores. He has the contract to do the 1
brick work for Mr. S. S. Gibson,. i
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W. H. Willingnam ada sx. x. aiui- <
thews. "We are glad to know that the
money for brick will be spent af home,
glad to know that the uusightly gap
on Main street will be partially filled ;
by these three stores. Who will be
the next? 1
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COTTON MARKET. ,
New York, May 21.-4.81 P. VI.
To T. J. Cureton, Broker, Winnsboro, 1
Market opened eteady. Jwue 7c.; 1
July 7.05; August 7.09. Closed lower.
Our Washington advices point to the <
noctotro r\f tlio tariff nlll Wlthill thil'tV l
days. This would advance all mar- I
kete. Market opened better on bad
weather in the coU?n belt, but essed j
on lack of outside support.
Hubbard. Price & Co.
Means Beaty arrived Monday.
Miss Eunice Mobley is visiting the
Rev. J. R. McAlpine has gone on a
trip to Georgia.
William A. Ellison is visiting his
father, Sheriff Ellison.
Miss Rosa Sease is visiting her sister,
Mrs. F. M. Clarke.
Mr. C. A. Mathews, of the Charlotte
Observe?, spent Sunday in town.
Miss Nellie Browne, of Blackstock,
is visiting Mrs. D. II. Stevenson.
Miss Anna Caldwell, of Chester
county, is visiting Miss Lil Caldwell.
Rev. Di. Sweeny, of the Episcopal
Church, passed through town on Mon
Mr. aod Mrs. R. E. Brice, of White
Oak, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. James
Mrs. Anna Branson and children, of
Florence, are visiting Mrs. Pkinney,
mother of the former.
Mr. W. H. Flennikemrentto Columbia
Monday te see Mr. D. R. Flenniken,
his brother. The latter is improving.
Mr. J. E. Suber, of Lyles' Ford,
accompanied by his sister, was in town
Monday on business. Mr. Suber^says
the crop? are not hurt by the cold eo
| Mr. Paul M. Brice, who was formerly
connected with The News and
Herald, bnt now with the Columbia
Journal, spent Sunday with his father,
Mr. James A. Brice.
Mrs. J. N. Center and family have
jone to ri?it friends at Denmark on
the South Bound Railroad. Mr. Center
drove through the country in his
buggy and will j?in his family.
Miss Lida Yarborough has returned
fr?m Blackstock, where she went to
visit her brother Rer. J. H. Yarborough.
The latter has just returned
from Dallas, Texas, where the Baptist
brethren had a big meeting.
almj n r n t _
onnureii \/ry iwr mutters v>?u>iuna.
THE COLD SXAP. *
We had a very sudden change in the
atmosphere on Saturday. A chilly
wind was felt on Friday evening here,
aud at that lime our lister county,
Newberry, was being visited with a
disastrous hail storm. Cott*n will
! have t? be replanted and seed veiy
I' scarce. On Saturday evening an overcoat
was quite comfortable and many
fires were ki?dled in several places
; around town. There wus a light fro*t
on Sunday m&rr.ing and also ?n Moni
day morning. The gardens arc not
j hurt very badly, but arc showing the
effect. On Saturday at 7 o'clock the
thermometer registered 68, at 2 o'clock
78, at 1 o'clock 60. On Sunday at 6
; o'clock it registered 40, afc 8 o'clock 48,
and at 6 o'clock 58. Monday at 11
o'clock it was 59$.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter,Chepped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required I*
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 23 ^ants pei
box. For sale by MoM-wter & C'V *
What stops Neuralgia? Dr. Miles' Pain PUI3.
r.?Latest U. S. Gov't Report
BY REV. A. T. GRAYBILL. 1
A Translation of an ?xtraet ftom the Min- | ,
utejof Presbyte-y ofLamanlipas, Mexico
Touching the Work of Rev. H. B. Pratt ' '
The Presbytery of Laraanlipas, in <
session in Monlemoreles, Mexico, in i
its annual meeting, April 22, 1894, in )
full session, made a public and circum- <
stantial examination of Rev. II. B. j
Pratt's labors in the churches of our <
Presbytery which he has visited, and
believes that said Mr. Pratt has been i
or> inctvnmonf A"f oririno* ,1. nftW imDUlse
M&l A&AOfA UU1V*<W v* ? - ?Q ? ? ? .. ? 4- to
this field, both by his preaching so :
full of unction and by his activity in i
visiting from house to house. It there- '
fore feels it to* be its pleasant duty to J
give a most cordial vote of thanks to
Bethel Presbytery for the service it '
has done us in supporting Mr. Pratt in '
his visit to ns. Hoping that the Lord
wiil liberally reward your generosity!
f-n n?. if is ,mr orateful orivilesre to I
vvr "~-7 ~~ ~ O a w
send you our cordial and fraternal I
Tendro Gerza Mora,
To B. P. Reid, Stated Clerk, Bethel
At a iecent meeting in YorkvilJe
Rev. AV. K. Boggs was re-elected
evangelist of Bethel Presbytery.
T. F. Anthony, Ex-Postmaster, of
Promise City, Iowa, says: "I bought
oue bottle ot Cystic Cure' for Rheumatism
aud two doses of it did me
more good than all the medicine I ever
tOOK." 001 CI oy ?>. jt,. Aikcu, uiusjist,
A FOJtMER CITIZEX.
We had a pleasant call from Capt.
rti*3. Lyles, ot Midway La. He is a
son of Capt. T. M. Lyles, of this
county. Many of our readers will
remember Capt. Lyles was shot by a
negro while writing at bis desk at
home in Louisiana several months ago.
Six buckshot penetrated his body, but
be survived the wounds. He had t-ndorsed
a note to buy ahorse for the
negro and had to tell the horse and
somccoiton to pay 1 he note, and the
negro took icvensrc by trying to assassinate
him. This negro was at Capt.
Lyles' houMi rarlv next inornin? to extend
his sympathy .uul regret, but ihe
[racks were proven to be his and Ire
confessed ihe whole affair whilein jiil.
rhe next nighta crowd took him from
jail and hung him. Capt. Lyles had
befriended him in buying laud and in
various ways before. Several buckshot
struck bint about the head and
face and his escape was wonderful.
extract from the minutes of
Whereas, in the providence of God,
Capt. Thomas Jordan has been called ,
from tiu?e to eternilv; and, whereas, ,
through a long series of years he was
a zealous worker for the Methodist .
Church, he having been promoter, (
director and largest contributor in the
construction of the present church in ,
Winnsboro, and thereafter lis strong
frieud and supporter. Be it resolve J: j
1. That in the death of Bro. Jordan
the church has lost a supporter, to
vrhoci it is indebted for long service.
2. That this Quarterly Conference
has lost a member who had long been
a prominent and important factor in
S. That a page in our minute book
be dedicated to his memory.
4. That a copy of these resolutions
be sent to the family of the deceased,
and that they be published in our '
county paper and the Southern Christian
W. S. Stokes,
R. H. Jennings,
J. R. CCELEE,
May o, 1894. Committee.
f the Fairfield Normal and Mission
The closing exercises of the Fairfield
Normal and Mission School took place
Friday, May 11. The catechism contest
was a very interesting feature.
The prize was won by Miss Lucy
The class exercises were very inter
esting; all seemed to have enjoyed
them very much.
Many were surprised to sec the little
ones in the first grade?(First Reader)
go to the board and -write with such
This was followed by a very able
and eloquent address, delivered by ^
Pr?f. I. N. Cardoza, of Chester, S. C."
All who heard the address enjoyed it.
Then came the reports of scholarship,
In the spelling the following ones
secured the prizes :
(A.) Lazarus Sims, first prize; (B.)
Rosa Thompson, second prize. Sarah
Davis (8 years old), first prize. Anna
Davis, Addie Pickett and Mattie Henry,
Map drawing, S. C. and U. S.
maps?Nancy Young, be?t U. S. map;
Mary Johnson, best S. C. map.
1 A ? Annf f AA!? *-V 1 O AA
HI O.OV p. ill. luc uujjv;ci i> ]jiav/C
in the church. The school marched
into the church with Anna Davis at
Prayer was offered by liev. Jno. F.
Sackson. While the whole program
was interesting, yet special mention
should be made of the miscellaneous
parade by a class of very small children?the
taper march with about
twenty caudles, all lighted. Then the
angels, this piece, had a small girl, in
a cradle, with one angel at the head
wings partly closed watching, one at
the foot?with wings closed, kneeling,
praying for the child?two behind,
with wings open to carry the news
heavenward. This was accompanied
with a very appropriate piece of
music?"The Angels Coming After
Me." This scene was very interesting
and natural. Thus closed a very prosperous
year of the Normal and Mission
Anna Davis 100
Cora Rnssell 100
Mary Craig 100
Addie Pickett.. 100
Augusta Johnson 100
Emma Johnson 100
Lula Henry 100
Mary Johnson 100
Ada Jackson 100
Georgiana Holmes 100
I. D. Davis, Principal.
DEATH OF MR. VT. G. WHITE.
V Very Promising Young Life Ended in
the Very Bloom of Young Manhood.
It is not often that ?ur community is
:alled upon to mourn the death of one
>i its young men, and the taking away
>f a young life so full of premise as
hat of Mr. W. G. White, the second
5011 ?f Mr. G. A. White, on Thursday
veiling is peculiarly sad. Just one
year ago, his health began to decline,
md last fall his devoted father in the
hope of piolonging his life, if not of
festering him entirely to health, sent
[)im to Florida, thinking that the
climate there might be beneficial t?
bim, bnt pulmonary troubles soon
developed and his family and friends,
if rer his return home this spring, soon
realized that Death was hoverin* o'er
his lingering life and it was only a
question of time when its sad cold
iavelin would send bim ir.to "the
dreamless night of long repose,"
"where, lull'd to slumber, grief forgets
Mi Wlnf#? w mi hi hfirft hf>eu twentv
years old on the 25th of next August,
and was, therefore, at that age when
the colors in i he rainbow of life
are most beautiful. He had been
thoroughly trained in book-keeping at
the celebrated Eastman College, and
upon theepeningr of the Peop'cs Bank
he was given the position of teller, in
which place he displayed an expertue$s
and accuracy well qualifying him'for
such a position. Hp remained in the
bank until his failing health forced
him to resign last fall.
The funeral services were conducted
at the residence at 10.15 Friday
morning, and his remains were interred
in Columbia on the same day.
The following were pall-bearerc J.W.
Hanahan, W. Egleston, M. Robinson,
Dr. D. Aiken, W. D. Douglass, E. W.
A PLEASANT OCCASION".
On Saturday the local man of The
News and Herald, accompanied by
Mr. E. G. Scrnggs, set out for Bethel
Church abouv, 10 o'clock. The weather
wa3 quite threatening in the morning
which caused us to delay starting until
late. Our means of motive power
was a "straw burner" from the State
of Oregon, which was one of the lean
kind and had a will of his own, tome
what akin to the Texas mule. So, the
easiest way being the best, discretion
told us to give him his own gate, rather
than insist on a faster one. The crops
along the road were, as a general
thing, very fine for the time of the
year. We saw on our route the imTrrnfnrinolAn
AT 1* S 1?,.
iiidiov^ natuui\>ivu VA. -?
Rutland, also that aforesaid fifteen
acres (?) of potatoes bedded out, but
it should have been said fifteen bushels.
The object of the trip was to accept
the kind invitation from many to attend
the exercises of the Sunday
School, but as our schedule was slow
and having started late we will leave
the program and details for our correspondent
at Mossy Dale to relate.
We reached the grounds though in
ample time for the feast of fat things,
which seemed to be the main aim of
our companion. We met many friends
and had a very pleasant time with
them. The veteran Captain Mann,
who is eighty-two years old, was present
and directed the forces around the
hash pot which is sufBcent guarantee
that not even an epicure could complain.
The local man met two of his
schoolmates in childhood, Mrs. C. L.
Brooks, formerly Miss Hattie Mason,
and Mrs. Jno. J. Watt, formerly Miss
Minnie Scruggs. They were pupils of
Mrs. Obear and no doubt can remember
the words, "Hark, Julian Elliott,
you are making a perfect bedlam in
In a short while the crowd emerged
from the church and we heard a voice
ringing out in the grove which resembled
that of a traveler calling a
ferryman in a strange place. The
words were not distinctly discernable,
but you could hear either "inner or
dinner," ?r a similar sound, and we
caught the inspiration, at least the
"local" put it this war?dinner for the
inner man. Mr. John Cauthen gave
the alarm (?) but no one seemed to be
very much alarmed. It was a bountiful
spread, and we all had enough aud
to spare. It was an occasion entirely
free from any political discussion, as
was r let and proper at a Sunday
School picnic, especially as "cur man"
is not a candidate this rear; if he was
it wculd n*t have been a very great
sin to have put in a few remarks by
way of a reminder. At the request of
enmo -frn^rirlc VilVHlorhf. Sfimi* hftfih to
Dr. Ira T, Smith, and did not know
until we reached his home that our old
friend was stricken with paralysis.
We got out and spent a few minutes
with him, and hope when we hear
from him again that he will be out of
The voiing people and ihe old people
all seemed to enjoy themselves greatly.
We noticcd, however, that some of the
young men worshiped at a Chappell,
while the others worshiped in the
church, but we suppose they were
equally earnest in their vows.
We will retain most pleasant recollections
of the Bethel picnic.
Johnson's Magnetic Oil cures cramps
and colic and internal neuralgia and
headache and backache instantly. 2o
and 50 cts. Winnsboro Drag Store. *
UPPER LOXGTOWX DOTS,
Loxgtown, S C., May 17.?The
Liongtown sunoeains urn going 10 ueicbrate
sunbeam day this year at the
chapel. The members ot the society
will have dialogues, poems, etc., prepared
for the occasion. An address
will also be delivered on the work of
the society probably by Rev. A. E.
McDowell. Arrangements have been
made to hare a picnic in connection
with it. Saturday, the 26th inst., has
been appointed as the day for it.
Everybody is cordially invited to atfonrl
Farmers are well up with their work.
Corn is growing nicely. Cnt worms
are making great ravages on the cotton.
E. H. D.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
WHITE OAK NEWS.
The Cool Snap?Gardens L)ein~ Well?A
White Oak, S. C., May 20.?Dry
and cool weather prevails in this section.
It has done considerable damage
to crops, cotton especially, which
i3 abont all chopped out and was locking
fine up to the time the cool wave
came. If the dry spell holds on a lew
days longer the grain crop will becut
off to a great extent
Gardens are looking well. With a
?ood shower vegetables will be plentiful
in this neighborhood.
There was a seiiens of meetings
carried on at the A. II. P. Church la*t
week, which resulted in several accessions
to the church.
There will be several from thie place
to attend the li. &D. picui: and barbecure
on Wednesday, the 25th inst.
A big time is expected.
Wft worn orlorl to 0.1ft \V D
lass, Esq., who passed through our
ARE YOU MADE misable by Indigestion,
Loss of Appetite, Yellow Skin? Shi
loh's Yitalizer is a positive cure. *
loxgtown, S. C., May 16.?The
farmers are very busy chopping out
their cotton, which is a very good aTer- i
age stand. All other fiakl crops are j
growing off nicely. The fruit crop is i
a failure in this section. Gardens afe |
very good. Some of the neighbors j
have been eating Irish potatoes since j
the first of Mav. j
This community is very quiet. Poll- j
tics receive rery little attention. |
e. j. p. ;
Flint Hill, S. C., May 19.?Cotton j
nearly all sided and farmers are doing i
full work; the plant is healthy and
growing off well; the stand is good
but late in plffces where replanting
was necessary. .Rain is needed in this
immediate vicinity for corn, outs,
potatoes, having had none f?r two
weeks. A bug, not common to us,
has attacked Irish potatoes and in
places has d?ne damage. k. f. r.
CI * 1 "if 1 f\ TL
UL'CKHEAD, O. aiaj Itf.?XL is
quite cloudy this morning. There was
a nice light vain yesterday afternoon.
Small grain will be tolerable good. I 1
have never seen such a start the farmers
are having for a crop; good
stands and good weather to work it in.
The trees are all out in leaf again, but
very little fruit is left.
I have read the liovernor s speccn at
Rock Hill, and hope n#w for better
things; but I differ with him in his '
thinking. The people can't have any- :
thing belter than prohibition - as they
have shown at the ballot box. j. c f.
It May Do as Much for You.
Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, 111., writes
that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for
many years, with severe pains in his back,
and also that his bladder was affected. lie
triei many s?-called Kidney cures but
without any good result. About a\ear
ago he began the use of Electric Bitters
and found relief at once Electric Bitters
is especially adapted to cure all Kidney
and Liver troubles and often gives almest
instant r lief. One trial will prove our
statement. Price only 50c. for Lrge bottle.
At McMaster & Co.'s drng store. *
T , ~ ? .. ? . Pnmnftniul
tlUUllSVU a J. icisaui vvui(/uunu
Liver Oil with hypophosphites Malt,
Iron, Qaininc, Potassium and Strichnia
is an internal tonic, strengthening
the digestive organs and tones up the
nerves. Pints $1.00. Winnsboro
Drug Store. *
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
fc'or Over Fifty Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing 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. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
take no other kind. 5-2Cfxly
Monroe Wbaleu, of Birmingham,
Ala., writes: "I purchased six bottles
of your Japanese Pile Cure from Mr.
Amzi Godden, and it has entirely cured
mc of a ease of Piles of 22 years standin**;
will advise my friends to use it."
Wihnsboro Drug Store. . *
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT wil
:r.. ? Dlnn/? nlaor vrtnr l"!nm. I
puiiiy y kjul wiwuj j w?. ?
plexion, regnlate yonr Bowels and
make vour Head clear as a bell. 2oc.
and 50c. Sold at the Winnsboro Drug
"When Baby was sick, vre gave her Castork.
When she -was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
"When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
Wh?n she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
WM 9* ArooestdiMOTerycj an oia
m3L mm physician. SuocasfvBy u??d
7 wojrfWy i?y tAou*owi* o/ ZoWL
/ Adits. Istheonly perfootly?af?
^?01/ ^J^and reliable medicine disoorered.
druggists who offer inferior
medicines in plsoo of this. Ask for Cook's Corros
0 cents li>j>ojugo in letter, and we will send, sealed,
by return m&lL Full sealed particular* in plain
envelope, to ladies 0*17.2 sumps.
t Address Pond Lilr Company*
Ko. S ITeher Clock, Detroit, Mich,
yilQl r0?A -5 tL-N OT^CURC. ^
1 An agreeable laxative anfl KBIVE Tonic.
Bold by Drugglgta or aent by mafl. 25c^50c.
sod $1.00 per package. Samples free.
VA The Favorite TOOTS MTOX1
Vi U H JL5 for the Teeth and Breath, 25c.
Captain Sweeney, UJS^Saa Diego, CaL.
Rays: "Sfciloh'a Catarrh Remedy la the first
medicine I have ever found that would do me
any good." Price 50 ct8. SoldbyDroggigtg.
. Do noenec&??aCough,aa there is danger of
its leading to Consumption Shtloh'8 Cites
will Bare you a aerere Lang Trouble. It is the
beet Cough Care and speedily relieves Coughs.
Croup, whooping Cough and finonrihttifl, asq
i6 sold on a suarantee. So eta. ?
For sale at the Winnsboro Drue Store
A supply cf the celebrated United
States Bird" Seed. Fresh and cheap.
, At F. W. HABENICHT'S.
Before buying yo
the field over careful
of Victor Bicycles
demonstrated as at f
will bear the most ri
There's but one t
BOSTON. PHI LAD
NEW YORK. CHICAG
* ?FOB THE HEALDiG OF THE KATIOXS- j
I f Botanic Blood Balm I
II ])$\ rHE GEEAT SOOTHERS RE2EDT FOB |
?Xj fill Skin and Blood Diseases |:
B rjt purifies, builds up and enriches *!
I* the blood, and never fails g
fBtfto cure the most inveterate 2;
Si BLOOD AND SKIN DIS-ji
gj/ EASES, if directions are fol-8;
J3 lowed. Thousands of grate- 2;
:?i ful people sound its praises S:
and attest its virtues.
| \ [a^ WKHCior COOK Of won-*
S | derful Cures, sent free on ap- |
1 (3 plication.
* If not kept by your local druggist, *
5 send $1.00 for large bottle, or $5-ooeF
g for six bottles, and medicine will be g
5 sent, freight paid, by ?
g BLOOD BALU CO., Atlanta, Ga. i*
J. C RHYNE,
BESSEMER CITY, N. C.,
PURE COM WHISKEY.
Orders receized by me will be promptly
filled at lowest price-.
Reference ? First National Bank,
Urastonia, N. C. 5-17
A New and Complete Treatment, consisting of
SUPPOSITORIES, Capsules of Ointment and two
Boxes of Ointment. A never-failing Cure for Piles
of every nature and degree. It makes an operation
with the knife or injections of carbolic acid, -which
are painful and seldom a permanent cure, and often
resulting in death, unnecessary. Why endure
this terrible disease? We guarantee 6
boxes to cure any case. You only pay for
benefits received, tl a box. 0 for 55. Sent by mail.
Guarantees Issued by our ugents.
bv Japanese Liver Pellets j
J OTVYVI Ann DV/IFT ATVYR
tut? threat J-?X V JC*X* UUU ava .
BI/OO.D PURIFIER. Small, mild and pleasant to
take, especially adapted for children's use. 50 Doses
GUARANTEES issued only by
WINSTSBORO DRUG STORE.
Winnsboro, S. C.
CImlcm* and bcaotifkJ the hair.
Promote* k luxuriant growth.
Kever Fall* to Seatore Gray
Hair to ita Youthful Color.
CureywUp^diwajei Jc h airmailing.
Weak Lose*, DebiKgr, Iadigtrtic?, Pais, Take 1a time.? ?*.
tii rr i n < n
[fie iltlteli lOMlSSlOD 10.,
248 'Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Pa.
offers special facilities to traders ia Stocks
Bonds and Grain, in large or small quantities,
for cash or on n.argins of one per
cent or more. Send for our pamphlet
"How to Speculate.''
Your * Spri
Can be best supplied ii
I make a specialty in keeping
cannot get in any other store i
A pretty line of Wool and Sil
lot of Black and White Laces
My line of Cotton and Was
some, such as Sateens, Percak
Colored, Calicoes, Muslins, Ci
A big line of Notions. I hi
in this department.
My Hat stock is full. Sonn
And when it comes to
You know my store is the ph
have a good stock of Gents' F
ments are freshly stocked for 1
popular and desirable goods
thing you may need and get i
Few can meet and none car
to show goods, and less troubl
J. Xj. Mi]
Q. D WILLIFOI
JUST RECEIVED, a freeh supply of
? nTtm nt?\TfT r!TP ADO
therdovc urahq nvl?
Dnke's Mixture, Tar
Heel, and other brands of Smoking
Tobacco, and Cigarette Paper, at
F. W. HABENICHT'S.
JL v/xl OV/XiAXXJU
At tie Old Stand Mer Dr. Quattletiam's Olcc.
THE undersigned will be pleased to
serve tbe public. Satisfaction guaranteed
in bair-cut or shave. Appreciating
past patronage, solicits it in the future.
3-lfxly Y. MONTAGUE.
ur new bicycle look
ly. The superiority
was never so fully
jresent. Our '94 line
gid scrutiny, and we
| AS ORDINANCE
! Prohibiting the Sale of Intoxicating
State f>t South Carolina. }
Tla ono/*fo^ ond nrHainpH hv
WW' * l \,UBVIVU MUVI v?ViMi?VV* V 7 VWV
| Intendant and Wardens of the town of
Winn^boro in Council met, and by
authority of the same:
Section 1. That from and after this
date it shall be unlawful for any parson
to seli or offer for sale within the
corporate limits of the town of Winnsboro
any spirituous or intoxicating
liqnors or any malt liquors of any
Sec. 2. That auv person offeuding
against the foregoing provisions or any
of them for each and every offence
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and
upo-i conviction thereof shall be punished
by fine not exceeding one huni
d.ed dollars or by imprisonment not
I exceeding thirtv davs.
Sec. 3. That all Ordinances inconsistant
with this Ordinance are hereby
Done in Council this 16th day of May,
A. D. 1894, and with the
[seal.] corporate seal of eaid town
j. e. Mcdonald,
Attest: j. a. hixnakt, Clerk.
IF S mm LIKE !i)
FAR A LITTLE MONEY
will go these hard times, call in
and get a good pair of
Steel Spectacles lor 50 Ceats,
Or a better kind tor
Or the BEST for
$1.00 and $1.50
I also have tbem in (joia ana silver,
and guarantee satisfaction.
C. M. Chandler.
DR. DAVID AIKEN,
Office: No, 9 Washington Street, 3 Doors
West 01 Postoffice.
E^"In Ridge way. S. C., every Wednesday.
ng * Wants
i my store. You will fcnd that
a nice line of novelties you
k Dress Goods. Also a nice
and Insertings for trimmings,
h Fabrics are large and hand>,
Dotted Swisses in White and
epons, &c., White and Black
ivesome special good bargains
e very nobby Felts and Straws.
II tVia Hmp.
ICC U.' VU.V kiiaiu.i ?
urnishing Goods. All depart:hc
spring trade with the most
made. Come to me for auyt
at a price you can afford to
1 beat my prices. No trouble
e to sell them.
tD, - - Marager.
j Harris Lithia
UlnrMtf reMmmpndftil bv the most
eminent physicians of Sonth Carolina.
For sale al
F. W. HABENICIITS.
MONEY TO LOAN
On farm mortgages. long
time, easy payments and low interest,
j. e. Mcdonald,
12 -J4tf Or JAMES Q. DAYIS.
SURVEYING DONE AND SOLICIT
0-lfxly Jennings, s. C. I
Saie of Real Estate for Delinquent
Taxes for the fiscal years commencing
November 1, 1889, 1890, 1891,
1892 and 1893, under an Act of the
General Assembly, 1S87, Page 862, is
No. 429, approved December 24th,
1887, entitled an Act in relation to
forfeited lands, delinanent lands and
collection of taxes.
State of Soutii Carolina,)
County of Fairfield. $ - '-M
By virtue of an execution issued to
me by the County Treasurer of Fair*
field County for "the fiscal years 1889,'
1890, 1891, 189? and 1893, in accordance
with the above entitled Act, I
have levied on and will sell on Monday,
the 4th day of June, 1894, ia
front of the Court House door in
VVinnsboro, S. C., at 11 o'clock A. M.,
the following described real estate, to
50 Acres af abandoned lands in
School District No. 6, and bounded by
lands of Teams, Outten, Sutton and
R. E. ELLISON.
Sheriff'8 Office, S. F. C.
Winnsboro, S. C., May 1*2, 1894.
5-lotd - |g
i . M
CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA A5D AUGUSTA '
RAILROAD CO., - 'M
Samuel Spencer, F. "W. Htddekoper, and
Reuben Foster, Keceltef#. P
COXDEXSED SCHEDULE, IN EFFECT MAT IS, 1831
Northbound, >*o. 38 No. 36 No. 10
Lv. Jacksonville. 7.00 am 4^0 jnti
Lv. Savannah..'.. 11.45 am 9.35 pm
At. Columbia 4.05 pm 2.10 atfi v ; ^3
Lv Charleston. 7.15 am 5.30 pm --zSM
Ar Columbia 11.15 am 10.10 ptn .......... k
Lv Augusta 1.30 pm ~ 7.00 pm
" Granlteville... 2.03 pm 7.44 pm
" Trenton.. 2.30 psa 8.16 pm
44 Johnstons..... 2.45 pm 8.32 pm
Ar Columbia 4.35 pm *. 10.30 pm
Lv Columbia 5.10 pm 3.20 8m 820 am
Lv Wicnsboro... 6.13 pm 4.23 ata 125 am
" Chester 7.04 pm 5.15 an 6.13 am
" EooK Hill 7.40 pm 5.50 am 6 jo am .
Ar Charlotte 8.80 pm 6.40 am 6.40 am
" Dandle, 12.27 n't u.45 am 11.48 am
h-TCTcliwrnsPTTTTT ftm AJfl Sm Vtrn _J
" wdiSigtoa .. 703 am 8.30 pm 00 pm
' Baltimore 8.23 am 11.85 tto 11.35 pm ~
" Philadelphia.. 10-38 am 3.00 am 3.00 am
" NewYgrfc.... 1.23 pmJ 6?3 am, 6.23am
Lv.NewYorfe 4.30 pjd 12.15 n't 4,
"PhiiadelpMa.. 6J55 p33 72Q *3*:,.
"Baltimore 9,20 pS 9.$ ??. :&r.. .7. Lv,Washington...
10.43 tun] 11.01 a^ts Lv.Blclimond.?
12.60 n't12,40 n'i 2
kv.Danvilie.....'.. 6.40 aju 5j? pJU T5TpH
Lv.Clxarlotte 9.30 a .m 10-50 pjn X0.50 p.m
" Hook Hill. 10.20 a311-37 p.m 11^7
" Ches+er 10.57 ajn,i2J4 n't 2.14 n't
' Wtonsboyo.... 11 JO a.m 1-03 a,a. ajn .. VJ
Ar.ColumoIa..*... 12.55 n'n 2.15 a if. 2.15 a.m -vjLv.colmnbla
1.03 p.m 4J0 aon
' Johnsons 2.45 pjn 7.18 a.m
Trenton 3.03 pan 7.35 am " ?
" Granlteville..: 3.29 pan 8.06 a.m
Ar. Aoggfita 4X2 pm 8.45 a.ai
Lv.uoitimbla 4.20 pjn 6-50 a.m
Ar Charleston 8.45 p.ta H-30 a-m
Ly.uoimnbia 12.05 pin 1.25 ajn Ar-Savannah
4.30 pjn 5.30 am
, " Jacksonville... 9.35 pan 10.10a.xn ....:
SLEEPING CAB SEKYICE. *
On trains Nos.33 and 3r>. Great V. S. Fast
Mail, Pnlluan Sleeping Cars between New York
iVkTmn*hfft ht>A 5
On No8.85. and 36,9 and 10, Pullman Sleepers
between Charlotte and Augusta.
On Trains Nos. 87 and 38. Washington and
Southwestern Vestlbuled Limited, Pullman
Sleeping Cars between "Washington and Augusta.
New YorK and Jacksonville and Tampa.
For detailed information local and tnrough
time tables, rates and Pullman Slecping-car
reservation, confer with local agents or address
W, A. TUBS, S. H. HABDWICK,
Gen'l Pass Ag't Ass't Gen'l Pass Ag't ?''
. WASHDJGTOIC. D. C. AXZJ&TJL GA,
V^E. MOBEE, Gen'l Supt., COLUMBIA, S. C.
W. H. GRTVF.N, SOL HAAS,
Gen'l Mgr., Traffic Maf'r.
WASH]gTGTOy, D. C. WASHINGTON, P. C.
An invitation is extended
to all parties to call at our
store when they need Pare
Drugs at the lowest prices.
We received a large supply
of all the remedies and blood
purifiers, such as Simmons'
Liver Regulator, B. B. B.,
S. S. SM P. P.P., Hood's
and Ayer's Sarsaparillas,
Lemon Elixir, &c.
ALSO TANG LEFOOT FLY PAPER
AND INSECT POWDER.
That we still have a large
supply of Atlantic White q
Lead, Paints, Oils and Var
nishes. , :
BUST S GARDEN SEED
are still in demand. We
bare them. Gire us a call.
Drug - Store.
AND SALE SABLES.
I have six Young Mules
left over and three or four
plugs, a few good Mares and
some nice Driving Horses.
Will sold to suit the times.
Will pay the highest cash
price for all classes of cattle,
either fat or poor.
Winnsboro, S. C.
A SPECIAL meeting of the Stockholders
of the Ridgeway Savings
and Loan Association is hereby called
called to meet in Ridgeway, S. O., on
June 1,1894, for the purpose of increasing
the capital stack of said Asso.
W. II. RUFF,
C. P. WRAY, Secretary. o-8td
POTATOES and LEMONS.
One Barrel of fine fresh Eatin? Potatoes;
also choice Messina Lemons, ,
fast received from Baltimore, at
F. W. HABENICHT'S.
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