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^ Wednesday. Jnly 18.? : : : 18i)4
Letters will be collected from the
letter boxes at 11.20 a. m. and 9 p. m.
going sooth, and 5.30 p. m. and 9
p. rr. going north.
W. J. Johnson for Representative.
R. Y. Lemmon for Representative.
Sheriff'?! Sale?R E. Elli<on, S.F.C.
Clerk's Sale?R. H. Jen ni tigs, Clerk.
Johnston's Kalsoininc? McMaster &
Llayne McMeekiu for County Treasurer.
South Carolina College ? James
Summons ? Kagsdaie a- iwgsuai,
^ ?On hand a f uU supply of PeasleeGauibert
adv. WIjtksboro Drug Store.
?The deed of the G. & O. Railroad
to tie Southern Railway Co. has been
recorded in this county.
?The Alliance met Friday and was
in session about three hours. Routine
business was transacted.
?A meeting of the Reformers of
Winnsboro and vicinity will be held
in the Court House on the ISth inst.,
at 11 o'clock a. m., to organize a club.
?Reubin J. Hall, one of our colored
friends, showed us a specimen of some
fine turnips he had raised. One
weighed 2? pounds and the other 2}.
They were very fine.
?Mr. Jno. W. Lyles represented
Fairfield county in the factional execu?
:i'~- tlin ctato ?i? on!nm
11V0 COLULLIJLl.ee V>1 IUI/ Uimv >U
bia on Tuesday. Tho convention and j
factional primary will still stand.
?We call special attention to the
advertisement of "The Drag Store."
McMaster & Co. are offering a fall line
of goods. This old established house
asks for a share of the patronage.
.Read their advertisement and see if
they have any thing you want. Give
them a chance to make you prices.
Johnson's Magnetic Oil kills all
? pains whether internal or external.
$1.00 size 50 cts.; 50 ct. size25ct9.
Winasboro Drug Store. *
" A Rainbow at Night.?A lunarainbow
was plainly visible in the northern
heaven about 10 o'clock on Sunday
night. Those who saw it say it was
Cannot Afford to Miss One Cop v.
?A ladr who subscribes to The News
and Hekalb writes giving fuller address
for her paper. She says: "I
cannot afford to miss one copy."
?Ladies, when you want a pair of
nice, stylish slippers, go to Mimnaugh's,
he can please you.
adv. Q. D. Williford, Manager.
It Will be Pleasant.?We are informed
that wagons will be seut up to
- town to take out any who desire to
^ tafce in the ice cream festival to be
\/ given at Dr. J. R. Arledge'a on next
^ Friday night. We feel warranted in
saying that a good time will be had.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
The Carolina Bcggt.?We call
attention to the advertisement c*f the
Carolina ilnggy Co., of Yorkville,
S. D., in cms issue. xueir guuu? aio
~ - right here in oar midst ?nd speak for
themselves. They are no strangers
and need no introduction. Style and
finist unsurpassed. Give them a
chance at your order.
Aid Needed.?Private advice from
reliable parties near Bluffton is that
the position held by the Bed Crow is
not reliable and that provisions will
be needed for at least six weeks longer.
"We vouch for these statements and
hope that all those having contributions
will please leave them at once at
r- either of the banks.
A Kicking SpkeST?A mare belonging
to Mr. Samuel CatUc?rt,at Adger's,
gave Mr. H. ?. Ketchin the worst
kicking he ever had on Monday. She
kicked standing up, lying down and
she just seemed possessed of an evil
*?irii and kicked for pure cussedness.
% ' "Fortunately Mr. Ketchia get out of the
L & buggy before he was hurt. The buggy
P7 and harness is laid up for repairs.
* Death of John Hai?Ilt*x.?Thursday
at 8 p. m. John Bamilton died of
*i>o ilaolh WinnckrtrA
ICfCI J-?J 1119 UVU1U <1 -
not only one of her most humble and
peaceful colored citizens, bat one of
her most faithful workmen and contractors.
He was in the midst of the
^ remodeling of the Stevenson bouse
when be was taken sick. His funeral
services were conducted Friday morning
at 11 'clock.
They Have Stopper This Paper.?
On Friday evening the foreman of
The News an? Herald heard the big
press stop. He was at supper and hastened
to the office. To his astonishf
ment there was nothing wrong; the
devil was up to his elbows in ice cream,
nd a dish on the desk explained itself.
The ladies of the Baptist Chih-ch had
not lorgouen ihe atws u* xix.kao.lf,
and all return thanks for the delicious
Do You Want to Go to the
Springs?? A great mauy would go to
a summer resort if they "had the
time;" a great many more would go
m if they had the money. Well, we have
* a suggestion to make to any one interested.
Upon reading this article,
ft come at once to the flag-pole, face
directly eastward arid stop at F. >V.
f Habenicht's. There you will find all
the mineral springs water you want.
I Guaranteed Cure.
We authorize our advertised druggist to
fell Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds, upon this
condition. If you are afflicted with a
Cough. Cold or any Lung, Throat or Chest
trouble, and will use this remedy as directed,
giving it a fair trial, and experi?
ence no benefit, you may return the bottle
and oave your money refunded. We
could not make this offer did we not know
that Dr. Bang's New Discovery could be
relied on. It never disappoints. Trial
bottles free at McMaster <fe Co.'s Drug
Store. Large size 50c. and $1.00. *
Highest of all in Lc: vening Powe
Changed With Murdf.r.? On Sanday
Sheriff Ellison coBimitted Bill
"VVo^ "ward, of the Feastervillesection,
tion to jail, charged with the murder
of another segro named Coleman.
Coleman was found near Woodward's
house shot through the heart. Some
shot in Woodward's house corres'
> ... .. _e J
poncea wnu mose iouuu m v/vicujau o
body. We do not know upcnwhat
testimony principally he was committed.
He was sent up by Judge
Hugh Sterenscn, aud has retained
Mr. J. E. McDonald to defend him.
Lost His Hand.?A negro inau who
called himself Jno. Paison, and wlu
claimed to be from North Carolina,
bad his hand badly mangled on the
rail near Woodward on Thursday by
the north-bound freight train. He
says he was walking alongside the
traia in motion and fell, throwing his
hand out t? catch, and thtt the wheels
parsed over it. Some think he was
trying to make it on a free pass and
got hurt. Drs. Miller and Allen amputated
the hand at Blackstock. He
was sent to Charlotte on the northbound
the strike exdedSpecial
to The News and Herald.
chicago, iii., July 13.?Presideut
Debs, of the American Railway Union,
declared the strike off at 9.30 this
morning1. This leaves ouly the original
strikers, the employees in the Fullman
shops, still out. This practically '
ends the strike.
?Something to please the young
men. Auother big lot of those nice
negligee shirts at Mimnaugh's.
adr. Q. D. Williford, Manager.
A LETTER FROM OLD FRIENDS.
A subscriber from one of the Gulf
States writes: Your paper comes
regularly to me and is like a letter
from old friends. I send you $2 please
credit my subscription and continue to
send paper until I order it stopped
which wili never be as long as I am
able to pay for it, for newspaper men
must have money as well as anyone
else. Continue to show your colors,
let come what will. The political pot
in South Carolina is attracting widespread
attention. Three cheers for
old line Democracy and success to The
News and Herald.
Yon May Beat a Man, Bnt Ton Must Not
Boast About It.
Ge#rge Ford, colored,is going around
with his bead bandaged from the eifect
Af hinros! triren bv Henrv Ford, also
v*v"" O colored.
It appears that Geoige
and Henry had a grievance abont
some borrowed cotton se*d. George
cursed Henry and invited him to come
oat and hare a fair fight. They started
to a neighbor's bouse to fctve it ont in
the presence of witnesses. Suddenly
George heard it thunder inside his
head and fell to the ground. He says
he wa6 etruck with a stick which had
an iron top on the end of it, and bad
to beg for the privilege of remaining a
citizen of tbe commonwealth. He
was pretty severely beaten, bnt was
allowed to live, lie states that he has
indicted lUnry, but weuld not have
done so but tor the fact that Henry
boasted about "butchering him up".
So the lawyers will get a fee and the
State will lose some money all because
Henry boasted. ItTsa pity he boasted.
AH dieeasee ot the skin cured, and
lost complexion restored by Johnson's
Oriental Soap. Wlunshoro Drug Store.*
DEATH OF Missli. j! G.LLLOWAT.
A large circle of friends will be
pained to hear of the death of Miss
L- J. Galloway. The particulars- of
her death we have not yet learned.
For several years Miss Lou (as we
knew her) has been iu declining health,
but recently she has seemed better,
and we fondly hoped she would be
entirely restored. But her work was
ended, and her crown was ready, and
so her Lord came for her. Miss Lou
was an excellent Christian woman.
"Her works do follow her." As
teacher in the Due "West Female College
she left her impress on scores of
her pupils who will cherish her mem-1
To the stricken mother now in her j
80th year, and to the brothers, we
tender our sincerest and heartiest
sympatuies. "Precious in the sight of
the Lord is the death of his saints."? |
Miss Galloway was a sister of Mr.
J. M. Galloway, of our county. As
stated before he left church here last
Sunday to be preseDt at the bed side
of his dying frister.
"MASTIC" READY-MIXED PAINTS.
Louisville, Ky., July 11,1894.
Winmboro Drug Co , Winnshoro, S. C.:
Gentlemen: Feeling that you take
an interest in the remarkable success
of our Mastic Paint and knowing that
such information will be ol: service to
you in making sales and in convincing
your customers that it is without exception
the best paint made, we wish
to advise you that after exhaustive
tests and careful examination of the
merits of all the prominent brands of
Ready-Mixed paints, the United States
Government now specines u na requires
the use of Mastic on their forts and
posts in Texas and on the Mexican
The Government also specifies our
brand (P. G. Co.) of strictly pure
colors, thus recognizing them as standard.
Uncle Sam wants the best and
won't have anything else; he is certainly
getting it new in using our
Trusting this information mav be of
service to you, we remain, your friends,
II. C. Taylor, Murfreesboro, Tenn.,
writes: I have used the Japanese Pile
Cure with great satisfaction ai>4 success.
Winnsboro Drug Stcre. *
r ' rr r> n?
if.?.Latest u. o. vjuv t
Miss Allie Eaves, of Augusta, who
has been visiting the Misses Wright
has returned home.
Mr. Fletcher Hinnant, a Citadel
graduate, went to Ridgeway Saturday
to drill the military company at that
Mr. W. A. McDowell left for Columbia
Mr. W. A. Ellison came up Saturday
to visit his parents; bringing with
him a beautiful (?) dog.
Misses Ellen and Kate Bookhart,
of lily the wood, are visiting Mrs.
Martha Rabb. They were present at
the ice cream festival the other evening.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Crawford returned
from a visit to Mr. Ed. D.
Mob lev's on Saturday.
Mr. J. M Elliott, Jr., left for Hot
Springs, Aik., on Saturday where he
will be treated f?r rheumatism from
which he has suffered for several years.
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Carpenter are
visiting relatives in town. Mr. Carpenter
is the father of Mr. Charley
Carpenter who was killed by a mule
in Chester some time ago. They are
Mr. Thomas F. Davis spent Sunday
Mrs. Jno. p. Matthews went to
Columbia on Monday.
Mrs. Dr. Kuvkendall, of York, is
visiting relatives in town.
Miss Isabelle Bratton, accompanied
by her friend Miss Irene Guery, of
Georgetown, is in town with relatives.
Mr. S. A. McCarley returned Saturday
from a visit to relatives in.
Dr. B. J. Quattlebaum has gone to
Pawley's Island. He will take in several
points on the coast, and will be
gone about ten days. "We wish you a
pleasant sojourn, Doctor.
Miss Maggie Thompson arrived from
New York several days ago.
Miss Jennie Boag will accompany
Mr. Russell and Mrs. Harbin, of
A am a *'am It 4-r\ ThAr
ilU^UdUl) I'll u> IUU1 IV vaiiMUM* AMV;
will visit Toronto and other points
near. We have been "along thar"
and know they will have a pleasant
Mrs. Mary Caldwell, who has been
visitiug Mr. W. II. Flenniken, ijas
gone to Chester to visit friends.
Mr. Huuh I. Cross, of Louisiana, is
visiting friends at Monticello.
?<~ki> liind ? -frill ?nr?nlv* nf Peaslee
K~"' ?* *? ~ ?i'r?
Gaulbert Alastic paint.
adv. Winfsboro Drug Store.
Johnson's Aromatic Compound Cod
Liver Oil enriches the blood, builds
sound flesh, restores strength and vitality
to the debilitated body. Full
pint bottles $1.00. Winnsboro Drug
UPPER LOXGTOWX DOTS.
Loxgtown, S. C., July 14.?Crops
of all kinds are looking well. Upland
corn will make a fair yield if we can
get another good season. Young corn
looks splendid. Cotton is growing
fast and is in most instances better
than it was last year. The farmers
will, most of them, finish laying by
next week. The first crop of water
melons are now ready tor use; uiey
are of a very inferior quality though.
Miss R. J. Speuce, of Ridgewav, is
visiting at Ma*. Win. Simpsons.
Miss Maiv Rains, of East Wat eree
is visiting at Mr. D. G. Smith's.
Fever is yx*evalent in Longtown at
present and glad to say that most of
the patients are convalescing.
E. H. D.
The appreciation of good music and I
reading has always been one of the
leading characteristics of the people of
our town and as a people of an educational
centre this should be so.
This appreciation is shown in a good
! many ways among which is the
musicale, resembling in a good manyrespects
the dime reading, especially
in respect to the admission fee.
These musicales are given quite
frequently by the ladies of our town
for benevolent and other causes and
we know of no more pleasant way to
spend an evening than listening to the
performance of the most talented.
On Wednesday evening at the residence
of Mr. W. A. Beaty the lovers
of music and reading were highly
entertained. Mr. J. S. Elder acted as
master of ceremonies and in his pleasing
way introduced the performers of
the evening. The program was as
Instrumental Sole?Miss Love Mobley.
Beading?Rev. S. E. Prentiss.
Instrumental Duett?Misses Stewart.
Vocal Duett?Mrs. Walker ana Miss
Instrumental Solo?Miss Janie Flen^Diken.
' Reading?Major Woodward.
Reading?Miss Rachel McMaster:Instrumental
After a glance at this program we
feel assured that our friends will think
and agree with us that we are unable
to make any special comment nor
shall we in their praise use the required
number of adjectives, but taking the
musicale as a whole it was the more
1 successful and enjoyable than any yet
It was gotten np by the ladies of the
Bresbyterian Church and is to be devoted
to charitabl' purposes. We
judge from the attendance that quite a
handsome sum was realized.
What stops Neuraleia? Dr. Mllea' Pain Pills.
Monticello vs. TFinnsboro.
The team from Monticello and
vicinity came up and played a game
with the Boro boys on Thursday evening.
At the outset the playing was
pretty even, and not much difference
in the score at one time, but it did not
last long. Tom Ruff, of the Monticello
team, looked like he wanted to send
the ball up about the face of the town
clock and when it hit the ground it
was so leng before the out fielders got
it back that everybody had been in
and were cooling off waiting on a ball
to play with. This started the tide i
which kept up until the finish. John
Davis was pitcher for Monticello aud
Frank McMeekin catcher. They make
a strong battery, play well into each
others hands and Davis puts a kind of
cork screw motion on the ball which
goes into effect just about the time a
fellow hits at it. There was some
plendid outfielding done by Monti-~
11 ~ ~1~~
R. A. Herron pitched for the Boro
and Spencer McFie caught; they form
a good battery and did some fine playing.
The oullielding was good, one
of the prettiest catches was done by
Theodore Quattlebaum; he caught a
sky scraper while running under the
ball with his back toward the diamond;
the ball came over his shoulder and he
nestled it snugly in his hands. Arthur
Owens surprised both teams, the
public and himself by his good playing.
There are some fine players on both
teams, but Monticello got to the home
plate "with the mostest me? first."
Monticello is hard to handle. We
hear that it is proposed to play a series
of five games during the summer; we
hope it will be done. We must say a
word of admonition to the inevitable
small boy; he cut a figure on the green
which was no credit to himself or his
friends. The howling and jeering
done by some of them toward the
visiting team was highly out of place.
It must stop, boys, or the local editor
will say something about wharf rats.
The score stood 11 to 3 in favor of
Itch on human* mange on horses,
dogs and all stock, cared in 30 minutes
by Woolford's Sanitary Lotion. This
never fails. Sold by \V. E. Aiken,
druggist, Winnsboro, S. C. *
AX UNFORTUNATE DIVISION IN
THE COLORED BAPTIST CHURCH.
A division occurred some time ago
in St. Paul's Baptist Church here which
led to a new organization of the same
faith. It seems that a minority favored
preacher Golden aud for some
reason asked the officers of the church
to give up their certificates of membership.
Golden had already severed
his connection with this particular
congregation. They were given a
certificate but it was not such a'one as
is given to members in good standing.
The minority declined to accept the
certificates and the officers had a meeting
a\id exacted certain requirements
of them which they declined to fulfill
and then the officers expelled them
from the church. They organized
into a small band and held services in
a small building in the northwestern
end of the town. In the meanwhile
the trustees of the church built a large
church and after it was completed and
the old church had been vacated, this
minority concluded they would use
the old building. This is when the
rub commenced. They moved their
benches into the old church building
and the trustees put them out; they
put them back again and guarded the
church during the night, and we understand
held one service. The trus
tees put them out again and fastened
up the windows and locked the door
with a chain. This unpleasantness
may lead to further trouble, but we
hope the more conservative members
will look into the law first. The title
to the property is in the name of the
trustees and they are holding the
property. "We hear that this division
is called Straightout and Tillmanite; '
the Straightout being in the minority.
The minority claim that they never
did sever their connection with the
church and are and always have been
trustees, that the majority tried to put
them out to prevent their names from
appearing on the titles, or at least
some of the names. They claim to be
officers and members now and are
withholding all titles from the majority.
The minority claims that the majority
had no right or cause to expel
Paul Wright, the secretary of the
church, states that one month before
the open breach matured that he resigned
his position and turned over
all titles, papers, &c., belonging to the
church in open congregation on account
of the unpleasantness. But in
that meeting upon a motion of a member
he was re-elected and requested to
still act and has been acting as secretaro
ever since and holds all papers
now by virtue of his office.
He claims that the harsh language
of the minister against those who
differed with him caused the split.
We thought that the majority held
the titles, but it transpires that the
minority holds them.
Beware or Ointments for Catarrh that
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through the macoas surfaces, such articles
should never be used except on
prescriptions from reputable physicians,
as the damage they will do is
tenfold to the good you can possibly
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh
Care msnufactured by F. J. Cheney &
Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury,
' and is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. In buying Hail's Catarrh
Core be sure yon get the genuine. It
is trkeu internally, and made in Toledo,
Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
E^Sold by L'ruggisre, price pei
Euglish Spavin Lini&ent removes
ali Hard, Soft or CallouseTlhJjump? and
i Blemishes from horses, Blo&ISpavins,
. Curbs, Splints, Sweeney, Rnte-Bone.
k Stifles, Sprains, all Swollen Tnroat3
' CougbSj etc. Save $50 by use ofone
1 bottle; Warranted the most wonderful'Blemish
Cure ever known. Soft
kf W. E.Aiken, druggist,Winnsboro
Before buying yoi
the field over careful
of Victor Bicycles 1
demonstrated as at p
will bear the most ri
There's but one b
NEW YORK. CHICAGi
M r:?~i 1 raaranteed to cure aline:
F-qx*1 Power. Headache. Walter
Rf y) fff wl cess, all drains and loss o
s t-W 1 bTOTorexertlon.y?athf
/0f% Nrt4M> ulants, which lead to Infli
J ~ ' aa Teat pocfcet. ?1 per box.
J\ <OTB9ttve a wrlttan tnarnc
9Hn|NjlMMh?l63flKrdrugglsts. Ask for It. tab
tuofOEK A5D~ifT2tt~l:jCiti. in plain wrapper. Addres:
For sale in Wlnnsboro, 8. C-, bj
Cnre For Headache.
As a remedy for all forms of Headache
Electric Bitters has proved to be the very j
b?st It effects a permanent care and the
m?st dreaded habitual sick headaches
yield to its influence. We urge all who are
oflFiirtfo/i tn ruwiirp a hottle. and eive this
remedy a fair trial. In cases of "habitual j
constipation Electric Bitters cures by giving
the neeped tone to the bowels, and few ]
cases long resist the use of this medicine. (
Try it once. Large bottles only Fifty cents
at McMaster & Co.'s Drug Store. *
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria!
liacklen's Arnica Salve.
Tee Best Salve in the world for Cut?,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chepped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 23 -rants pel
i-ox. For sale by M<*>a^er & C?* '
yThen Baby was sick, we gave her CaCtorfa.
"When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gate them (Astoria.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
e mb a compound:.
Q Sv m a recent discovery by an old
Kfl W fc. T physician. SwxtttfvUy wed
7 monthly by tkoutanda of Lawk
/ Is the only perfectly ?aie
mgK ud reliable medicine dlscorered.
Beware or unprincipled
.. druggists who offer inferior
lasedleinas In place of this. Ask for Coos's Cottojt
Root Cohtoukd, take no rubititute, or Inclose $1 and
C cents l&postage In letter, and we will send, sealed,
by return mail. Full sealed particulars in plain
envelope, to ladles only. 2 stamps.
t. Address Pond Lily Company,
Xo. 3 ruber Block. Detroit, Mich.
I?FOB THE HEAXJXGOFTKE NITONS? *
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J^\ TUB GREAT SOCT1KBS EEXEDY FOB , J
to All Skin and Blood Diseases !
~Jt purifies, builds up and enriches: I;
the blood, and never fails !
S BD to cure the most inveterate a'
S Sf BLOOD AND SKIN DIS- ft
I&j EASES, if directions are fol- I
lowed. Thousands of grate- ?
s?4 ful people sound its praises *
and attest its virtues. g
C^-WRITE for Book of Won- j:
derful Cures, sent free on ap- J;
J plication. ift
If not kept by your local druggist, I j
send $1.00 for large bottle, or $5-oofi
for six bottles, and medicine will be 5
1 sent, freight paid, by g
s blood balx co., Atlanta, Ga? S
makesthe home circle complete. This
great Temperance Drink gives pleasore
and health to every member of toe
family. A 25c. package makes 5 gallons.
Be sure and get the genuine.
Sold everywhere. Made only by
The Cftas. E. Hires Co4 Philada. i
340a*te.jtA^fofJ>gBUfBl_Plgtcrt C?rdi ?cd Boot.
SOUTH CABOL1NA COLLEGE.
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
Session begins Sept. 25th. Nine
regular Courses, vrith Diplomas. Special
Courses w!;a Certificates. Beqairemen??
f;r admission modified,
fcoard SS a mouth. Total necessary
expenses for the year (exclusive ot
traveling, clothing and books) from
$112 to $152. Send for Announcement.
For further information address the
7-17-3w JAMES WOODROW.
J. C RHYNE,
BESSEMER CITY, N. C.,
nrmn riAniT TTFTITfiTT' TJAf
ram urn Man.
Orders receired by me will be promptly
filled at lowest price*.
Reference ? First National Bank,
Gastonia, N. C. 5-17
Mis sold with writter
guarantee to cun
tlon. Fits, Dizzlness.Hcadache
Neuralgia and Wake
fulness, caused by ex
Tobacco and Alco
hoi; Mental Depres
siou, Softening o
. the Brain, causing Misery, Insanity and Death
, Barrensas, Impotency, Lost Power in either sex
I Premature Old Age, In-voluntary Losses, cauee<
by over-indulgence, overexertion of the Brain ant
> Errors of Youth. It gives to Weak Organs thei:
, Natural Vigor and doubles the Joys of life; cure
* * WMimAM. a month's treat
JL<UCUrruu? auu ri"r- ?
* ment, in plain package, by mail, to any address, ?
per box, 6 boxes $5. With every $6 order we give i
Written Guarantee to cure or refund the money
circulars free. Guarantee issued only by our ex
L clasire agent _ _ _*
,1 WINNSBORO DRUG STORE.
' Winnsboro, S. C.
!ir new bicycle look
1v. The superiority
-J ' ? - x. J
aras never so fully
resent. Our '94 line
gid scrutiny, and we
DECTADCnf "SEETE SEEDS.**
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FOR COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
We hereby announce Mr. B. G. TENNANT
a candidate for the office of Coun;y
Supervisor; subject to the action of the
* MANY VOTERS.
I respectfully announce myself a candidate
for the office of County Supervisor;
subject to the action of the Democratic
* ' JNO. J, NEIL.
Ihe many friends of Mr. J. M. GALLOWAY
hereoy nominate him for the office
of County Supervisor; subject to die action
of the Democraiic primary. *
I hereby announce myself as a candifnr
fVwmt.v Snni?rvisnr; suhieet trt the
action of the Democratic primary.
* J. M. HIGGINS.
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for re-appointment to the position of County
Auditor; subject to the action of the
- J. L. RICHMOND.
The numerous friends of Eon. THOMAS
P. MITCHELL hereby nominate him for
re-election to a seat in the lower house of
the GeBeral Assembly; subject to the Dem
ocratic primary. *
We desire to piaca before the people of
Fairfield County the name of Hon. R. T.
Lemmon for re-electien to the lower house
of the General Assembly; subject to the
Dens ocratic primary.
* MANY FRIENDS.
The numerous friends of Capt. W. J.
JOHNSON around his former home re
Sp'JUUUiiy ll!S iiaujc 1J-1 V~
for re-election to the House of Representatives.
Capt. Johnson's ability, intellect
and superior judgment eminently qualifies
him for the honor, and his able course during
his present term should commend him
to the favorable consideration of the voters
of Fairfield County. Subject to the action
of the Democratic primaries.
* TWENTY CREEK.
FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.
To the Voters of Fairfield Covnty:
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re-election to the office of School Commissioner
of Fairfield County; subject to
the action of tha Democratic primary.
* A. Y. MILLING.
| Mr. Editor: Please allow the friends of
Mr. W. S. HALL, Jr., to nominate him for
School Commissioner. We are fully persuaded
that Mr. Hall will make an efficient
officer. He is a graduate of Wofford College
and has been teaching with signal success
in this and Marlborough Counties,
and is fully abreast with the educational
rnc TITIV1V np PWOP.ATF.
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I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re-election to the office of Judge
of Probate of Fairfield County, subject to
the Democratic primary.
* S. R. JOHNSTON.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
I respectfully announce myself a candidate
for re-apointment to the office of
County Treasurer; subject to the action of
the Democratic primary.
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STATE OF SOUT1I CAiioLIN A,
COUNTY OK FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Summons for lielief.
Glenn W. Ragsdalc, as Assignee for the
benefit of the Creditors of Alexander
Williford, Quay D Williford and
Wade II Williford, Plaintiff,
The Wir.nsboro National Bank, The
Peoples Bank, The Bank of Chester,
The Carolina Savings Bank, The Savings
and Investment Company, Mary
M Watson, Anna Watson, Nettie
Trainer, The Chicora Fertilizer Com
pany, The Columbns Carriage Manufacturing
Company, B Rochfort Rior
dan and James Riordan, copartners,
trading as Riordan & Co. John L Mimnaugh,
trading as J L Mimnaugh &
Co, William R Doty and David V
Walker, copartners, trading as W K
Doty & Co, John E Hurst, Littleton
B Purnell, Lloyd L Jackson, WilLam
E Clarke and William B Hurst, copartners,
trading as Hurst, Purnell &
I Co, Robinson W Cator. William H
Walters, William H Pagen, J McK
White, James H Cator and Franklin
P ^aior, copartners, trading as Armstrong,
Cator & Co, M Millbiser, Gustavus
Millbiser, E Millbiser and S
Hirsb, copartners, trading as M Millhiser
& Co, R M Sutton. Thomas Todd,
John R Sutton, William P Robinson,
Wallace P Whitmore, Phillip M Tabb,
Junior, Everard K Patterson, copartners,
trading as R M Sutton & Co,
David Ilarzburg, Harry Ilarzburg and
Leopold Fleischer, copartners, trading
as J Harzburg & Co, William Morse
and Eben Paine, copartners; trading as
William Morse & Co, William Gans,
Charles Gans and Max Gans, copartners,
trading as Gan? Brothers, William
E Tefft, E Griswold Teffc, George
C Clarke, John N Beach and Martin
D Bogue, copartners, trading as Tefft,
Weller & Co, Lewis Bamberger, Phillip
Honiberger and Louis A Metzgee,
& Co, C E Graham and W J Graham,
copartners, trading as C E Gra.
ham & Co, Clarence Foster. WII
Knight and Joseph Renshaw; copart
ners, trading as Foster, Knight & Co,
L W Fleishman, L Z Morris and S A
Strauss, copartners, trading as Fleish
man, Morris & Co, Thomas D Stokes
and Walter D Simmons, copartner--,
trading at Stokes & Simmons, H W
Fries, Henry E Fries, J W Fries and
F H Faies; copartners, trading as F &
H Fries, Henry Jacobs and D B Sachs,
copartners, trading as Jacobs & Sachs,
Frank D Wevlman and Howard L
Townsend,copartners, trading as Frank
D Weylman & Co, James A Danham,
William T Buckley, Charles H Webb
and William E Webb, copartners,
trading as Dunham, .Buckley & Co,
Edgar P Reed and Joseph Farley, copartners,
trading as E P Reed & Co,
II Read Simons, R A Pringle, Robeit
H Simons, Walter Pringle and AS J
Perry, copartners, trading as Johnston,
Crews & Co, M Hornick and S Rittenberg.
copartners, troding as M Hornick
& Co, Charles W Scott and John
D Noble, copartners, trading as Scott
& Noble, Riley Pebbles, trading as
PiloTT PnhHloc Xr Cn. Nathan Schloss,
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Michael Schloss, William Schloss,
Julius Schloss. Jonas Schloss, Louis J
Schloss and George H Pistel, copartners,
trading as Schloss Brothers &
Co, The Kohn Manufacturing Co, Cone
Export Co, Weisiger Clothing Co, W
L Douglas Shoe Co, Augusta Factory,
Charles Heiser, Charlotte Clothing Co,
Weinman Heirchman Co, Leo Kaufman
and Moritz Kaufman, copartners, trading
as L Kaufman & Co, Henry Sonneborne
& Co, Aaron L Gans and Leon
Gans, copartners, trading as A & L
Gans & Co, John H Duke, William
Campbell and Benjamin MacManon,
copartners, trading as Duke. MacMahon
& Co. Lcnis II Frank and Ssmuel
F Pray, copartners, trading as Frank
& Pray, The Piedmont Manufacturing
Co, The Hamilton Brown Shoe Co,
Abraham Kirschbaum, Simon Kirschbaum,
David Kirschbaum, B Kirschbaum,
Emil Selig, Ely Selig and Morris
Way, copartners, trading as -Abe
Kirschbaum & Co, William P Marcy,
E D Bunhatn, George L Baker and
A E Rankin, copartners, trading as
Marcy Bros & Co, Samuel Wolfe and
Ike Strauss, copartners, trading as
Wolfe & Strauss, Stephen Putney,Louis
H Blair, Langhorne Putney and Walter
H Miles, copaatners, trading as
Stepheu Putney & Co, Isaac Strouse,
Samuel Strouse, Leopold Strouse, Benjamin
Strouse and Samuel Rosenthal,
copartners, trading as Strouse & Broth,
ers, W C Rouse and R F Hempstone,
copartners, trading as Rouse, Hempstone
& Co, The Dixon Bartlett Co,
M R Williford, Thomas II Ketchin,
Alexander Williford, Quay D Williford
and Wade II Williford, Defendmts.
To the Defendants above named :
You and each of you are hereby summoned
and roqaired to answer the com
plaint in this action, which "was filed in
the office of the Clerk of the Conrt of
Common Pleas for Fairfield Cannty, on
the 16tb day of July. A. D. 1894, and to
serve a copy of your answer to the said
eomplaint on the subscribers at their
offices $t Winnsboro, S. C., within twenty
days after the service hereof; exclusive
of the day of such service; and if you
. fail to answer the complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action
wili apply to the Court for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
Dated July 5th, A. D. 1894.
RAGSDALE & RAGSDALE,
; 7?18?6t Plaintiff's Attorneys.
State of South Carolina, i
County of Faii*field. $
BY virtue of an execution to me directed,
I have levied upon and
will sell before the Court House door
. in Winnsboro, S. C.', on the
FIRST MONDAY IN AUGUST
next all that certain lot, piece or parcel
of laud lying, being and situate in
the town of Winnsboro, in the County
and State aforesaid, bounded on tbe
north by a street of the said town
known as Moultrie Street, and fronts
on said street for a distance of 75
feet and 8 iuches; southeast by the
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Bailroad
track apd fronting thereon a distance
of 210 feet; on the south by a lot
of land belonging to Maggie Chappell,
extending west from said railroad tra \
51 feet and 4 inches; on' the west oy
lands of Mrs. Adelaide D. Hanahan to
I "uvmitHfi Street of said town, a dis
tance of 210 feel. Being the same Jot
conveyed by Mrs. Adelaide D, Hanaban
to the said Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad Company.
Levied upan as the property of the
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad Company at the suit of James
R. E. ELLISON,
Sheriff'a Office, S. F, C.
Winnsboro, S. C., July 16,1894.
JOHN J, McMAHAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
) 12J4 Law Range, Columbia, S. C.
Solicits business in his native Ccunfcyi
Saic of Real Estate for Delinquent
Taxes for the fiscal year commencing'
November 1, 1892-1893, under
an Act of the Gensr^l Assembly,
1887, Page 862, No. 429, approved
December 24th, 1887, entitled an :|g||
Act in relation to forfeited lands,
delinquent lands and collection of
State of South Carolina, )
County of Fairfield. $
By virtue of executions issued to
me by the County Treasurer of Fair .
field County for the fiscal year 18921893,
in accordance with the above
entitled Act, l nave leviea on ana
will sell on Monday, the Gth day of
August, 1894, in front of the bonrt
House door in Winnsboro, S. C., at ; ^
11 o'clock A. M., the following described
real eftlate, to wit:
School District No. 6. l js
P. Sieadman, fiscal year beginning
1st November, 1893, 20 Acres and One
School District No. 7. . jig
S. J. and J. A. Cascn, fiscal vear,
beginning 1st November, 1892, 107
School District No. S.
' ? i n r? i ^ I
<juua ana a. ?< waxier, u&uai
year beginning 1st November, 1892,
50 Acres and One Building.
121 acres of abandoned land on
Cedar Creek, bounded by lauds of
W. II. Kerr, A. S. Douglass, Sarah E.
Center and Cedar Creek.
School District No. 9.
Estate Sallie M. Smith, fiscal year
beginning 1st November, 1892, 100
Acres and One Building.
Estate N. C. Robertson, fiscal year
beginning 1st November, 1892, 275
School District No. 11
Dr. John "Wallace, fiscal year begin
ning 1st November, 1892, 2015 Acres ?
and Fourteen Buildings. ; J!
School District No. 12.
S. Gr. Harden, fiscal year beginning
1st November, 1892, 290 Acres.
School District No. 14.
S and J. Cason, fiscal year beginning
1st November, 1892, 20 Acres.
Jim Good, fiscal year beginning 1st
November, 1892, 2 Acres and One
School District No. 15.
Atlantic & "Virginia Fertilizer Co.,
fiital year beginning 1st November,
1892, 137 Acres and Three Buildings.
School District No. 18.
Mrs. J. R. Robertson, fiscal year beginning
1st November, 1892, 200 Acrtg
and Fourteen Buildings.
K. E. ELLLSUN, rim
Sheriff's Office, S. F. C.
Winnsborc,"S. C., July IS, 1894.
CLERK'S SALE. \
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUXTT OF FAICTIELD.
COURT OF/COMMON PLEAS.
Fannie C. Clark, Plaintiff against Jas.
C. Herring, William A. Clark and /%
James A. Clark (the last t\r? both
individually and a? Executors of
Henry Clark, deceased), W. Clark,
Janior, Hat tie Clark, Mamie Clark,
John Clark, Katie Clark, Jamas
Clark, Junior, W. H. Clark and Jno.
B. Clark, Defendants. ,:X|
JN pursuance of an joider of^ the
A Court of Common rieas, maae in
the aborc stated case, I wiil offer for
sale, before the Conrt House door in
Winnsboro, on the
I FIKSTMONDAY IN AUGUST
next, within the legal ^ours of sale,
at public outcry, to the highest bidder,
the following described property, to
1. The Turnipseed place, said to
contain Three Hundred and Ten Acres,
and bounded on the north by.lands of
Dr. John Wallace, east by'Ianda of
Stephen Gibson's estate, south by lands
of Joseph Freshley, and weat by lands
flu .Tfthn Wo11a/<>.
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2. The Chappell place, said to contain
Six Hundred Acre*, more or less,
and bounded on the north by lands of ?
Dr. Jno. M. Glenn, on the east by lands
of Stepheu Gibson's estate, south by
lands of James A. Clark, and west by
lands of Dr. Jno. Wallace.
TERMS OF SALE:
Cash, subject to the following pro
vision: That it the Defendant J as. u.
Herring now in possession, shall in
writing acknowledge himself to he a
tenant ot the purchaser for the remainder
of the year 1891, at a fental
eaflicient in amount to pay all the taxes
assessed against the property for 1894,
then neither he nor his tenants shall be
disturbed in their use and occupation
of the premises until the end of the
present year. The purchaser to pay
for all necessarv papers.
R. H, JENNINGS,
Clerk's Office, <J. C. P. F. C.
Winnsboro, S. C.,
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