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k LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. _
We4ieiday, October 8. : : : 1894
fg Kill COU CTIONK
Letters will be collected from the
P lotter boxes at 11 20 a. m. and 9 p/m.
% going soath, and /> 30 p. m. and 9
p. m. going north.
Cheese?A. B. Cathcart
> You Mnst Pay?T. U.Ketchin& Co.
Vrt?ii?o?a w. ItHffsdale. Assiguee.
Bargains for Fall?Caldwell & Ruff.
B> Wq Desire?John A. Desportcs,
Death and Destruction?Q. D. Williford,
Administrators' Notice?J. R. McMaster,
B. F. Boulware, Admrs.
? ecal Brier*
?Come to the County Fair.
?-The United States gin house was
l blown down at Durham's cross roads
by the storm.
?The ladies of the Baptist Church
will serYe dinner ia the armory daring
?Read the advertisement of T. H.
Ketchin & Co. in this issue. They are
oat in a new line.
?Balloon ascension both days at the
County Institute. Free.
L?Mr. R. T. Matthews has moved
into his new store and will be glad to
see the pablic there.
?Tho storm which wa3 predicted
did not reach this section in much
force, but we are not complaining.
?Some communications are crowded
oat of this issue for want of space.
Write oftener and not so much at once,
?The Fairfield Oil and Fertilizer
Tote^pany are erecting a seed house at
<fti%rirRp?ck for the purpose of storing
cotton seek *N
. . ?Don't mate, the mistake of buying
your bat without looking through
Lauderdale's stock of millinery. A
K . room full of these goods at prices that
W will surprise you. adv.
p ?CoL R. A. Love, of Charter, will
lecture on oattle raising at the County
Institute. He is a practical and prog
restive man in his business.
? ?The storm has hurt cfops, we
. . learn, in some sections worse than
, others. In some places the cotton is
" commencing to sprout in the bolls.
There will be a great deal of "storm
cotton" on the market in a few days.
' ?Mr. A. B. Cathcart wants th? pub...
lie to kn*w that he has cheese for sale.
^ _ By reference to bis "ad." you will see
it. Don't imagine, however, that he
has nothing else but cheese; anything
in the grocery line will be found at his
?Co!. T. W. Hollo way will be pres*
ent at the County Institute. He is
_ - 3 1? u"? nnWai-u nf thft State
lUU iiu uccu SOUVIM 7
Fair Association ever since the war
?"The Hub" is out in anew announcement
this morning. They are
? talking pretty loud; all you have got
1 to do is to prove the pudding. The
r fellows in "The Hub" say they will
r^put & "rim" around yom if you come
1 in; they "spoke" that way in their
"ad", so go and see if it does not roll.
?Covert cloths are the latest novelties
in dress g?ode, and will make a
handsome dress. They can be found
in all the new shades and qaalities at
?The firm of Caldwell So Ruff are
calling you this morning. They have
a regular price list in this issue. Read
^rpfniiv. look closelv and if you don't
P trade they say it your fault. They
claim to have "all sorts of notions,"
but the main notion is to sell, that is
all right. They propose to save you
money, give them a trial. Their stock
^ is full and complete and their corps of
clerks are ever ready to show you their
?Mr. G. W Brooks showed our reporter
a peculiar freak of nature in
k the article of a deformed corn tassel.
P It was really no tassel but resembled
^ abrosi. In length it was about 14
inches and the small shoots were about
2 or three inches long. Several gentlemen
who saw it say it is the product
of a blighted corn tassel. It grew
right at the point of the stalk and was
so heavy that it hung down. It may
' .. be seen at the Winusbcro Drag Stofe.
r?'The County Institute is going to
\ be a big success even if cotton is low.
The stock show will be worth your
trip to town. We hope the people
will atten<! from all over the county.
?Do >on want to miss death and
deduction? Well, read the advertisem*utof
J. L. Miranaugh this morning.
He ?K\s it can be avoided by stopping
at hi" place. If tbm? true, It will pay
?1! to investigate, and when you enter
tit von are not ?avsd (money) he will
' no; get mad with >ou. His stock is
lull and complete and the clerks are
anxious tu wait on you. Country merchtuU
are especially iuvited to exam.
ine the wholesale department. Cotton
is lo#. but soods are cheap. It all
f" " works out the ^rnwe result.
?Anottur lot of writing paper in
b*ae?. Envelopes ami paper for ten
V centeor a whole pound for twenty-five
cents. Ttir bijr^e?t bar?;aiu ever offered
at Lauderdale's. adv.
|H F. A. S.?The committee of the
B Fail field Agiicultural Society on hall
By and ground* will meet next Saturday.
Hr Do Not Delvy.?Send your entries
by nuil at o:?ce to 11. S. Wylie, sccre
? Ciry ot t lie Fail field Agricultural
We b? ii? ve Johnson'* Magnetic Oil
^ - a inoftt excellent rfinedv for neuralyia,
rheumatism, lame back and soreness of
every kii.d. $100 bottles 50 cents.
Winnsboro Dru^r Store. *
Up Ix a Ball?ox.?You will see a
F woman and a dog jump trom tne Dailoon
at the County Institute. You can
see it for miles off.
r Every mother should know that
croup "can be prevented. The first
L symptom of true croup is hoarseness,
ly^- This is followed by a peculiar rough
cough. If Chamberlain's Cough RemeP
... dy is given freely as soon as the child
becomes h?arse or even after the
cough kas developed it will prevent
[ . the attack. 35 ana 50 cents bottles for
I sale by all druggists. *
Highest of all in Leavening Powi
New Stoke in the Country.?Mr.
II. Rion and Mr. S. C. McDowell are
preparing to open a store on Wateree
Hirer below Peay's Ferry.
Itch on human, mange on horses,
dtgs and ali stock, cared in 30 minutes
by Woolford's Sanitary Lotion. This
'' Ho MrtM K?? W Til Aitpn.
ucvci iau?* v.)wiu wj m ?
druggist, Winnsboro, S. C. *
should attend the County Institute on
October 10. The same balloon, lady
and little dog will be on hand. The
Committee has secured them. Those
who saw it before will want to see it
again and those who never have seen
it should see it.
a Farmers, Notice!?The Cotton Exchange
has deci.led not to buy cotton
with double bagging, side strips or any
ATtra hao-o-inor. So our farmers should
be careful about tbia. The different
Oras bare instructed their buyers here
not to handle it and Mr. Creight has
been instructed to deduct weight of
Let Theee Be Light.?The wideawake
Winnsboro Drug Store will
not allow you to grope in darkness;
if you do it is your own fault. They
are offering a full line of school beoke,
which will sh^?7 the way out of mental
darkness, and a splendid assortment
of lamp', whereby you may see the
truth si taoght by the beet authors.
See the light for yourselves.
"I woul l rather trust that medicine
than any doctor I know of," Says
Mrs. Hattie Mason of Chilton, Carter
Co., Mo., in speaking of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
For sale by all druggists. *
Don't forget to pay your subscription
to The N;-:ws axbHekal?. You have
paid to tbedate given on the yellow
address slip. The term9 are twelve
and a half cents per month. Go to
the postoffice and send the amount ii
a registered letter, first taking out
enough to pay the registration fee.
We are willing to pay the expense of
sending the money. We must have
every subscrivtion this fall. We need the
money. See remittance conpon and
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Miss Sallie Wrigbt left for Augusta
We are glad to see Mr. DuBo6e
Egleston home again.
Capt. McMeekin is tfgain able to be
at his work.
George A. White, Jr., after a visit
to family and friends, bat resumed his
duties at Charlotte with the Western
Union Telegraph Company.
Dr. D. M. Provence has gone to
Baltimore where he will attend lectures
on a special course.
Miss Holmes, |wbo bas been visiting
Mrs. S. P. Martin, bas returned
Mrs. D. E. McDowell has returned
from an extensive visit to her mother,
Mrs. Yarborough, at Jenkinsville.
' We liear that there will be a competitive
drill between the Fairfield
Rifle Guards, the Greenbrier Rifles,
and the Ridge way Rifles at the County
The Clark' lauda were sold at
public auction on Monday to C. E.
Spencer, attorney, for the sum of one
The Broom tract of land was sold
to O. Z. Broom for three hundred and
DEATH OF MBS. DOUGLASS.
Mrs. Douglass, wife of Rev. James
tpw 1 -5 ' - j ... 1 i ..a.. Dln.l.
i^UUgmss, uieu ul ucr ijuluc ugar uibv.^'
stock on Saturday erening. She had
been in declining health for over a year
and her death wa? not unexpected to
the family. Mrs. Douglass was a lady
of estimable character and was held in
high esteem by all who knew her.
She was a Miss McDowell, from Sumter
county, previous to her marriage.
Her remains were interred at Concord
Church on Sunday afternoon At 3
o'clock, Rev. J*. Lr. McLin officiating.
A husband aud several sons and
daughters are left to mourn her loss
English Spavin Liniment removes
all Hard, Soft or Calloused Lump? and
RlAmishpa frnm hnrces. Rlood Snarina.
Curbs, Splints, Sweeney, Ring-Bone,
Stifles, Sprains, all Swollen Throats,
Coughs, etc. Save $50 by use of one
bottle. Warranted the most wonderful
Blemish Cure ever known. Sold
by W. E.Aiken, druggist, Wlnnsboro,
sr.?Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Samuel T. Clowney vs. Margaret
Clowney. J. E. McDonald for plaintiff,
F. il. Weston for defendant. Verdict
in favor ?f plaintiff for possession
of GOO acres of land.
C. D. Cbappell vs. M. E. Swyg?rt.
Verdict for defendant. Ragsdale & ,
Ragsdale for defendant, J. E. McDonald
for plaintiff. This was a settle|
ment of an account. Defendant set
j up married woman's defence.
These were the only cases tried on
Tuesday and the jurors were discharged.
L. S. Douglass vs. D. A. Deitz et al.
reference was ordered.
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XII LL1V Ulttl LCI VI UBI1UJO auu 1U)V?VKient
Co. vs. John and M. J. Fenley
an order i f foreclosure of mortgage
W. J. Johnson ve. Sallie P. Kelly.
Order of sale.
Reference ordered in the case of
McDonald, Douglass & Obear vs.
M. R. Clamp.
W. R. D?ty & Co. re. W. J. Hayne9.
Judgment of trial justice confirmed.
W. R. Doty & Co. vs. J. W. Harri
son. Appeai trora trial justice. decision
Winn8boro National Bauk ve. J.
Calvin Donglass et. al. Report of
reference. Judgment of foicclosure.
Geo. T. Palmer vs. Henrietta Kelly
and W. J. Johnson. Order to amend
Edward Pollard vs. H. L. Parr.
Motion to open up judgment and have
certain credits allowed.
Mr. Muller, of Columbia, represented
Palmer in the first and Pollard
in the second case. Ragsdale & Ragsdale
represented Kelly and Johnson in
the first and Parr in the second.
The history of the Parr matter was
as follows: Maj. Heury TV. Parr
owed Edward Pollard, of Columbia.
Pollard had a mortgage which was
foreclosed after Maj. Parr's death.
Certain receipts signed E. Pollard were
found in Mai. Parr's effects. The
Court is asked to open up the matter
in order that these receipts shall be
credited on the debt which was not the
case when Pollard foreclosed his mortgage.
The record shows that the
amounts represented by these receipts
were not credited on the mortgage
before the debt was settled. Mr.
Muller throws it on Mr. Ragsdale to
prove the genuineness of the receipts.
Several experts were put up to examine
the receipts and the case will be
a very interesting one.
All Can Get Well Cheaply.
"When drnggiits do not keep Blood
Balm?and they are few?send $1.00
for a large bottle, or $5.00 for b5t. bottles,
and it will be sent to you, freight
prepaid, by the Blood Balm Co., Atlanta,
Ga. Book of wonderful and
marvelous cures of blood and skin diseases
sent free. Send lor it, and read
advertisement in another column. *
an open" letter.
We publish the following at the request
of Mr. J. "W. Lyles:
Wolling, S. C-, September 5, 1894.
Mr. J. W. Lyles:
t?ooi? Sii??1 n l-onlv frt Vrtlira ftf ihe
x/VWk *vrv j ? -?
1st, will say at the outset that I am
opposed to any Independent ticket,
either county or State. My reasons
for opposing such movement is that
there is no possible chance for success
of either, except by or through the
negro rote, and I do net see how candidates
elected by that el?ment will be
an> i-xore acceptable to the masses of
white voters of South Carolina at this
time than they were prior to 1876.
Tn nriTT 'hnmhlo inrtcrpmPTlf- will hft leSS
AU J ?.. .
bo. That element is now dead as a
political factor in this State and will
remain so, unless resurrected by
scheming or disgruntled politicians
for their self agrandisement, having
no thought of the dire consequences to
be saddled upon the majority, yes the
entire white people of the State, and
we will be in the midst of a greater
political problem than we were prior
I feel that the minority has not been
treated by the leaders of the majority
as they should have been, or have the
leaders on the side of the minority
acted toward the State administration
tg I think they should. But the time
as come for the extreme element of
both factions (which is small) to be
relegated to the rear and the good and
sober thinking men on both sides to
unite in preventing any person or persons
from taking a step that will be a
lasting disgrace as well as a menace to
white supremacy id soutn Carolina, in
the bringing again into politics, the
negro. Ana in conclusion I think I
can Bay that an Independent ticket in
tliis County will not poll a single white
vote at this precinct.
Yours very respectfully,
Jxo. G. Wolling.
There is no medicine so of ten needed
in every home and so admirably adapted
to the purposes for which it is intended,
as Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
Hardly a week passes but some mem
ber of the famiiy has need or it. a i
toothache or headache may be cured
by it. A touch of rheumatism or neuralgia
qui ted. The severe pain of a
burn or scald promptly relieved and
the sore healed in much less time than
when medicine has to be sent for. A
sprain may be promptly treated before
inflamation sets in, which insures a
cure in about one-third of the time!
otherwise required. Cuts and bruises
should receive immediate treatment
before the parts become swollea,
which can only be done when Pain
Balm is kept at hand. A sore throat
may be cured before it becomes serious.
A troublesome corn may be removed
' X ? - ~ - 3 A ?,^1,,
Dy applying it twice a u*y aui- a vycc*.
or two. A lame back may be cured
and several days of valaable time
saved or a pain in the side or chest
relieved without paying a doctor bill.
Procure a 50 cent bottle at once and
you will never regret it. For sale by
all druggists. *
I LISTEN TO HIS TALE OF WOE. [
Mr Ed, You will please alow space
I through your valuable paper for a
j short sory of the distress to witch our
j people of this visinity or under goin;
| about three weekes ago sevel lady wa9
eurvely rocked from unknown partes
[ at night on tbay way from St. Mark
Church. Wensday night of last week
quite a crowd of people on return for
Calvery Church was badly beeten by
rocks thrown by partes unknown from
the bushes on Saturday night 22th
W. W. Egleston in eompany with 3
others was suverly rocked our mules
was strock sevel Times my mule
j (Egl?ston) run sevel hundard yards
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tnron me anu. wmie x jay ucau iuc
crowd com np Trose commanded then
Hault thav seem to be boys in numbor
about 9 or 10 all of them run to the
woods they intenchion seems fiobery
the partes or unknown to me we aske
the outhertys at law for protection or
other wise truble is Expected, Itobry,
Death, is feared W. W. Egleston.
P. S?Pleas give the intenchion of
this to your paper.
Nelson P. O., S. C. September 25.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
COLORED COUNTY FAIR.
Mr. Editor: Please allow us to state
to those interested in the colored fair
through your columns.
The meeting was held September 22,
1894. The following officers were
President?Rev. Joseph C. Jackson,
i Vice-president?John W. Russell.
Treasurer and Canvasser?Prof.
C. G. Garrett.
Secretary?Rev. I. D. Davis.
The following constitute the execu
tive committee, viz.:
I C. Gibson, Peter Harris, Joe Gladney,
R. J. Ilall, Judge JtfcCullough,
Samuel Johnson, Geo. W. Washingington,
Alexander Harper, Richaid
Bculware, Moses James, S. Adams,
Jno. P. Hall, Jno. C. Trapp, O. Sqirewell.
This committee will be enlarged
later. The assessment is fifty cents,
the same as last year.
The secretary presented his report,
showing the moneys received and expended
at the last Institute.
Adjourned to meet Saturday, October
Let every colored farmer become
interested in this matter. Come to the
nrr orifl r?nr fVia -fifrv flBSPSfi
} OUV4 J/MJ V1IV MAVJ VV??- ?^ ?
merit. We are wanting to give some
premiums this year, so let us have a
grand ralley at once.
I. D. Davis,
Johnson's Aromatic Compound Cod
Lirer Oii with Malt, Lime and Soda
cures consumption and all pulmonary
troubles by making rich blood and new
tissue, adding flesh and strength to
the body. Winnsboro Drug Store. *
the old story again.
Mr. Editor: ueiore autumu wises
our joys away, we wish to announce
the marriage of Miss Anna B. Caldwell,
of Welriuge, Chester County,
S. C,, and Mr. W. S. Hall, Jr., of
Mitford, Fairfield County, S. C. They
were united by the Rev. Mr. White on
the 19th inst. at the home of the bride.
Everything was arranged with an eye
for beauty. The lovely bride, attired
in white silk, lace and ribbon, as she
stood 'neath a large and fragrant bell,
of white clematis, seemed a perfect
model for au artist, at the base of
whose study might be appropriately
written the one word "purity."
The bridesmaids wore white organdie
and ribbon. The handsome and
noble groom and the groomsmen were
in full evening suits. The attendants
were as follows: Miss Kathleen Hall,
first maid of honor, in pink albatros,
creamy lace and ribbon, and Mr.
Robt. B. Caldwell, best man; Miss
Jannie Caldwell and Dr. Provence;
Miss Jenkins and Mr. McDaniel; Miss
Eunice Cloud and Mr. Flenniken; Miss
Lii Caldwell and Mr. Jno. Bealy.
At nine o'clock an elegant supper
was served and all was mirth and happiness.
The bride received many beautiful
and useful presents.
On the next evening a reception "was
given at Woodlawn, the home of the
groom, which loving hands bad profusely
ornamented in token of their
affection. May blessings innumerable
attend this noble pair, 'til "the wine of
life is on the lees, and a golden sunset
ushers them into the glorious dawn of
eternity." s. n. e.
Mitford, S. C., September 25, 1894.
Deafocts Cannot be Cared
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of "the ear.
There is only one way to cure Deafness,
and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lining
of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube gets inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing,
and when it is entirely closed Deafness
is ihe result, and unless the inflamation
can be taken out and this tube
be restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten arp caused by
/vofovrh whifh is nothing but an in
flamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We wiil give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
QTSold by Druggists, 75c. *
A Million FrieacU.
A friend in need is a friend indeed, and
not less than one icillion people have
found just such a friend in Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs, and
Colds.?if you have never used this Great
Cough Medicine, one trial will convince
you that it has wonderful curative powers
in all diseases of Throat, Chest and Lungs.
Each bottle is guaranteed to do all that is
claimed or'money will be refunded. Trial
bottles free at McMaster & Co.'s drugstore.
Large bottles 50c. and ?1.00. *
For Over Flftv Year*
Mrs. Win slow's Soothing Stkcp 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, allavs 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. 5-26f xly
DEATX OF MRS. CENTER.
Mrs. Dr. Center, a stepmother of
Mr. J, N. Center, of this place, died
at Marion on Tuesday about 10 o'clock.
Mrs Center had been in declining
health for some time. Mr. Center
went from here to see her some time
ago when ihe was quite ill, but she
recovered. A telegram was received
about 12 o'clock Wednesday announcing
her death. Mr. Center was at
Monticello and the telegram was
handed to Mrs. Center.
Mrs. Dr. Center was a Mr*. Waring
previous to her marriage to Dr. Center.
The Doctor preceded her to the grave
several years. They left no children
except those of Dr. Center's first
family. She was a remarkable woman.
Her Christian character and her amiable
disposition won the admiration of
all who knew her. She occupied the
station of stepmother in such a man- j
ncr that the family felt toward her as
if she was their real mother. At the
time of her death she was over eighty
years of age. Many people in this
county knew her and admired her.
Her death was not unexpected for she
had reached that ripe old age when
the end is near.
Four Big Successes.
Having tha needed merit to more than
make good all the advertising claimed for
them, the following four remedies have
reached a phenomenal sale. Dr. King's
New Discovery, for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, each bottle guaraxteed; Electric
Bitters, the great remedy for Liver,
Stomach and Kidneys; Buckien's Arnica
Salve, the test in the world, and Dr.
King's New Life Pills, whicn are a perfect
n?ll All time* rpmdHipc <ra miarantfip.d
to do just what is claimed for them and
the dealer whose name is attached herewith
will he glad to tell you more of them.
Sold at McMaster & C'o.'s Drug Store' *
Belief in Six Hours.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder
diseases relieved in six hours by the
"New Great Soutii American Kidxey
Cure." This new remedy is a
great surprise on account of its exceeding
promptness in relieving pain
in the bladder, kidneys, back and
every part of the urinary passages in
male or female. It relieves retention
of water and pain in passing it almost
immediately." If you want quick relief
and cure this is your remedy.
Sold by TV. E. Aiken, druggist, Winnsbore,
S. C. *
All diseases of the skin cured, and
lost complexion restored by Johnson's
OricntallSoao. Winnsboro Drug Store.*
Ohamberlaia'a Eye and Skin Ointment
Is a certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes,
Granulated Eye Lids, Sore Nipples, Piles,
Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum and Scald Head,
25 cents per box. For sale by druggists.
For putting a horse in a fine healthy condition
try Dr. Cady's Condition Powders*
They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure
lose of appetite, relieve constipation, correct
kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving
new life to an old or over worked horse. 25
cents per package. For sale by druggists.
When Baby was sick, we gave her CajJorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When She became Mias, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria*
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria]
B flR? * COMPOUND^
H Hv y A recent discoTery by an old
2ft ^ T physician. SucctiafuOv toed
W ^ wumtfcty bv thaiuandt of LaVA
/ ^die*. Is the only perfectly s&fa
^Bk/ and reliable medlcinc dlseorend.
Beware of unprincipled
druggUta who offer lnforlor
medicines in plaoa of shla. a?k for Cook's Cotto*
Root Coktoukd, taie no stibrtiivte, or incloeetl and
6 cent* lapoitagp In lett?r, and we will aend, teaUd,
)?y return mall. Full waled particulars in plain
aralope, to ladles only. 2 etampa.
ltn. 8 niber^Liek. Dot^t%ck.? I
'PEACHEE WASTED in each counL
ty forspecial wort. Will pay 200
a month. P. W. ZEIGLER & CO.,
Box 1767. Philadelphia, Pa.
It makes thin faces plump and rounds out
the figure. It is the STANDARD REMEDY
for leanness, containing no arsenic,
GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY HARMLESS.
Price prepaid, $1 per box, 6 for $3.
Pamphlet, "HOW TO GET FAT," free.
The THINACURA CO.,
949 Broadway, New York.
Cltantei ud bsaotificj the hair.
Promote* a luxuriant growth.
.Never Faila to Beatore Gray
Hair to ita Youthful Color.
Cuiee ?calp^<U?e*?e? fc^li^t^lip^
WeskLragt, Drti^, I*in,1*kn ia time. iO eu.
ELY'S CIIFAM BALSAM
Is qnickly absorbed, Cleanses the Nasal
Passage.*. A i iays Pain and Inflammation,
Heals the Sores, Protects the Membrane
from Additional Cold, Restores the Senses
of Taste and Smell.
DIRECTIONS FOR USING CUE AM BALSA Jf.
Apply a particle of the- Bolin well up
into the nostrils. After a moment draw
strong breath through the nose. Use three
times a day, after meals preferred, and before
Price 50 cents at Druggists or by mail.
ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren Street,
! THE STANDARD.
i z' ?:?;? ; ; s ^
A rx l/N
| DUKAiNLr'b x
+ Has sustained its reputation for 18 years
4 as being the standard remedy for the
quick and permanent cure of Rheuma- +
tism, Gout, Sciatica, etc.. in all its forms. +
It is endorsed by thousands of Physi
ct&ns, Publishers and Patients. It is ?
purely vegetable and builds up from the
first dose. It never fails to cure.
Price is one dollar a bottle, or six +
bottles for five dollars. Our 40-page Pam
phlet sent Free by Mail. Address, +
| Durang's Rheumatic Remedy Co.
I 1316 L Street,WasMngton, D. C. I
? n.M.nnnf, T.tfM' villa arc the best on I
^ earth. They act with an ease that makes T
f thvr!*.i a household blessing. T
a PHICE 25 CIS. PES BOX, or 5 B0XX3 TOZ $1. T
T roa SALS BT DRUGGISTS. 4,
JACOBS' PHARMACY CO.,
Wholesale Agents, Atlanta, Ga
J. QUATTLEBAUM, I) D S.
WItftfSBORO ,S. C.
VICTORS are Si
The standard price of Victor Bic
and Victor riders are guaranteed against
NEW YORK. CHICAGO.
mB H V guaranteed to cure all uervo
Power. Headache. Wakefoln
Hy \j ne??,all drains and loss of p
vW I br over exertion, y?ntkful<
niante, which leadto Inflrmli
jaL 1 ~~ w_ j?a rest pockct. 81 per box,?:
r'ftr^Fhi ^rofltlTea-irrittin tnaranto
;-JBMM^ ^i?C^MSdracrigt?, Ait for it, take o<
i:aiatL in main wranner. Addreis A
For sale In Winnsboro. S. C., by J.
It is death on shoes and desi
pleasure when they have got to r
i ,1 . _i J _ i:
something in me ary guuas mic.
when I have got such an imme
from ? Always come to my stori
to save you all this trouble. My
is complete. I have a great man
and when you want anything in
please. I have all kinds, from a i
silk. I have a handsome stock o
this season. Some special indue
at my stock of Trimming Silks a
your chance. Our entire stock
COST. Now when you want
^ si i js
UU11 t VUU U uy Or uvjiiai o iivi wu
over. You all know this is my
sideration that I am selling first
prices. A dazzling array of natt
Don't fail to see them. Here ;
You can't go wrong when you w;
BOYS' OR GHILDRI
from me. Good quality and hon
show. Everybody is charmed wi
this season. I certainly can sho^
hestitate to sav I have the best st
in town, and the people are findii
Now all this stock has got tc
and big profits can't exist in this
goods and make prices that save
Goods always exchanged willir
J. L. MJM
(J. D. W1LLIP0EJ
P. S.?Country merchants, ]
partment when you want that bil
We wish to say our buyer h;
Vanderbilt, Rothchild and those
our goods rapidly, and we are no
New Goods at Lo^
We will talk more when we
A sweeping and pressing in^
<THE * CORNI
cycles is $125.00. No deviation,
cut rates during the CUnent year.
rCTADCnT "NERVE SEEDS."
BO I WnCUf This-wonderful remedy
us diseases, such as Weak Memory, Loss of Brain
ess. Lost Manhood .Nightly Emissions, Nerveusowerln
Generative Organs of either sex earned
error*, excessive use of tobacco, oplnm or stlmly,
Consnmptlon or Insanity. Can be carried in
Tor V&, by mail prepaid. With a t5 order we
e to core or refund the mosey. Sold by all
3 other. Write for free Medical Book sent sealed
EKVB SEED CO., Masonic Temple, CHICAGO.
B. McMASTEB. Druggist.
troys a lady's or gentleman's
un all over town looking for
nse stock for you to select
2 first and I will guarantee
y new novelties in this line,
Black Goods I never fail to
ten cents cashmere to a fine
pmpnh in this line. Look
nd Braids. Ladies, here is I
: of SILK VELVETS at
until you have looked mine
great fort. Take into conclass
goods at second class
:y and stylish Pants Patterns,
you will find good values,
mt to buy
est merit are in all goods I
ith my line of
,v the latest styles. I don't
ig this out.
? go; hard times, high prices
town, because I have the
s the people money.
igly or money refunded. |
5, - - Manager.
remember my wholesale de1
as returned from New York,
other fellows are hauling in
w ready to show many
w Tariff Prices.
have more time.
citation to all who visit
<R ? STORED
. Beaty & Bro
PARTIES indebted to me as Assignee
"who desire to avoid legal
proceeding must come forward and
G. W. RAGSDALE,
A LL Dailies having claims against
the estate of Dr. J. E. McMaster,
deceased, or against the estate of Mrs.
H. R. McMaster, deceased, are requested
to present the same to the
undersigned duly attested, and all
parties indebted" to either of said
estates must make immediate payment.
J. R. McMASTER, M. D..
and B. F. BOULWARE,
| S hereby given that the 5emi-annaal
1 Examination of applicants t* teach
in the public schools of Fairfield Conn- "
ty will be held at Winnsboro on ihe
third Friday (19th prox.) in October,
commencing at 9 o'clock A. M.
A. Y. MILLING, S. C. F, C. - \
Winnsboro, S. C., Sept. 24, 1894.
A. B. CATHCART, I
All persons having bought ?
stock from the undersignec^^^^?
?? am J rtvy rv* ??r r)>^| -- |
i i&bl ou111u1w; or
knowing that their notes
due on the first of Oct*
and first of November, - ^fl|
please prepare to meet si
as full collection will be
I have some new Buggies,
which I will sell cheap for
A. WILLIFORD, 1
+tt* 1 o n
w lnnsooro, o.
SEWING MACHINE *
IS THE BEST.
|| | 1
I ' '
Handsomest Cover Ever Sees.
New Style Skeleton Cash.
The Only Machine that will Sew BACKWARD
as well as FORWARD ,'witliout
stopping. Quiet Running, adjr.sta.ble in
all its parts.
we sell to dealers only.
UHm MAAUFAGTUBOTj CO.
WM. PETER, Owner
MAGNETIC NERVINE. 1
>6 Mid with written
suarantee to core
I ZS&.'f,]* NearxlglaandWete*
fcoi; Mental Depree*8&F?RE
? AFTER- iion, Softening erf
the Brain, causing Misery, Insanity and Death;
Barrensss, Imootewy, Lost Power in either sexS'ra
mature Old A*e? Involuntary Losses, earned
y over-indulgence, over-exertion of the Brain and
Errors of Youth. ' It gives to Weak Organs their
natural Vigor and doubles the Joys of life; cares
Lucorrhcea and Female Weakness. A month's treatment,
in plain package, by mail, to any address, fl
per box, 6 boxes $5. with every $5 order we give a
Written Guarantee to cure or refund the noney.
Circulars free. Guarantee issued only by car exclusive
agent. _ v
WINNSBORO DRUG STORE. J
Winnsboro, S. C. A
NOTICE is hereby given that as
application for the extenticnof ^
the charter of the "Winnsboro and Fish
Dam Railroad Company, and amend.1
?in I J, it A
menis luereiu, vyiii uc uiauc tu uue
session of the General Assembly, arrequired
by the terms of Section" 1603 . ?
of the Revised Statutes of South Carolina,
G. H. McMASTER,
9-1 President, ,