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Ii >JAL IS ILLL 1(t KtSUh.
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Wc4n?s!av. Xovemb^r 7. : : ]8y4
MAIL COI.? CTIONS.
Letters will be collected from the
jitter boxes at II 15 a. m. and 9 p. w.
going south, and 5 SO p. m. and 9
p. m. goiug north.
Please Observe This.
If you wish to change your
advertisement, please bring it
^ in this morning, not this evening.
L "*C1T AU^CXbUnuvui,**
Burial Ca?<;s?J. M. Elliott, Sr.
WL Irish Potatoes?A. B. Cdthcart.
R ' Exchange Stable?A. Willi ford, Agt.
H& Three Specialties? J. M. Beaty &
WL "Korbelt"' Suits ?John A. Detpjrtes,
h i-onal U.? f4
B ?The wedding bells are ringing.
I B ?Hons* for rent cheap. Apply to
h 1 adv J. 11. Harden.
I (PN? If you want to bay a wind mill
;onsult VV. J. Elliott.
?If you wish to buy a registered
. Garasey bull address this office.
ct ?Parties iudebted to J. M. Elliott,
Sr.. for giu repair* rau*t settle. I need
>- Jl- crlw
money oauiy. <*??
?Not only the darkies, btu tLe
HI "quality" arc huutiug 'possums nearly
every night. Necessity knows no
? Lauderdale has still a full liue of
Mk dress goods in all qualities, shades and
urices. No trouble to show these
ft goods to you if you wish a dress, adv
?The next meeting of the A. E P.
M b Synod will be held at Chicota, Texas.
H ft Rev. C. E. McDonald was elected
moderator for that meeting,
ft. ?Do you want to buy a cloak or
B cape? Caldwell k Ruff have a handM
some lot at bottom prices. adv
B ?"We learn that J. M. Blain, of this
county, will speak at Clemson in favor
V of the negative on the query: ReBQsolved,
"That the women of the
k United States should have the right of
p suffrage." Hold up your side of the
figh'.. Mr. Blain, we have enough politics
in South Carolina now.
?Mr. Q. D. Williford, the manager
for J. L. Mimnaugb, says cotton is
trying to get low enough to be *n a
footing with his prices, but canuot get
down far euough to do it. They are
making offers through our columns
which they propose to carry out. Read
andgiv# them a call.
?Mr. P. M.-Spence brought to our
t offico several specimeus of second
growth apple*. They are of very good
. flavor fo.* second growth it strikes us.
makes the second ireat of these
a.-aY>"-WO hare had this year. It looks
TheratetsS^ <ftIife in thFokflan&yet"
i "ill >*? '?!? ~vittt
those Sheriff McDowell is trainfWKfffjC&l
blood hound pups belonging
Ellison. He had a good
race <>n Friday morning. He could
not get his hor?e across a gully and
had to go round about three-fourths of
a milo Jiriil whpn hft orot to the DHDS
they had the fellow np a tree.
?You may either ride or plow.
^ You will see by reference to the "ad."
of A. Williford, agent, in this issue
that he has just received a fine lot of
mules and horses which he will sell
for cash or on time, or will exchange
\ with you. If you wish to ride he has
a lot of bnggies he offers to-day.
Then if your cow i9 not giving milk
he can fix you up iu this line.
<"? Oi. n T.nm
? JLDe coi'licr OIUIC i& wuc ill a. wn
advertisement this morning. They
v. ask you to examine three specialties
and a lot of generalties, all having the
common peculiarity of low price.
They offer a fall line of dress goods,
dry goods and groceries. If times are
too hard for yon to nse crockery ware,
L" * they have tin ware as well. A full
f " corps of polite and efficient clerks are
always ready to serve you. Miss
Mary Rowe will be glad to see her
ft lady friends and will give them the
r " - * 1 Tr.ol-ir.rv
Deueut OL liei" CApCHClJ^G 111 m?om6
b' parches. Don't forget the Corner
Br We recommend Johnson's Magnetic
Oil for rheumatism, neuralgia, sprains,
braises, lame back; it quickly relieves
v pain, 25audo0ct?. Winnsboro Drug
| Store. *
A Stray Mule.?A stray mare mule
can be found at the stable of A. Williford.
Owner may have her by pay?
ing expenses and cost of this advertisement.
^ Returned froii Synod.?Rer. C. E.
McDonald and Air. t. jti. Aetcmu returned
freui Synod Wednesday
night. Mrs. Jas. A. Brice and Mrs.
"W. B. Flenniken returned on Thursday
n Of Course it Goes.?When you can
buy a package of envelopes and tweny
ly-fonr sheets of writiug paper in a
box all for tew cents it is bound to go.
That U all vou have to pay for it at
r Lauderdale's. adv
rtiie Bride and Grooii Have Retcrxei>.?Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Douglass
have returned from their bridal
F tour. They visited Washington, New
^ York, Philadelphia and other Northern
ft cities and spent a very pleasant time.
It SlOO Reward" SI60.
The readers of ihis paper will be
W pleased to learn that there is at least
< one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure now known
, to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
Tw?inor a constitutional disease, reauires
a .constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system, thereby
destroying the foundation of the disease,
and giving the patient strength
by building up the constitution and
assisting nature in doing its work.
The proprietors hare so much faith in
its curative powers, that they offer
^ One Hundred Dollars for any case
that it fails to cure. Send for list of
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
fcySold by Druggists, 75c. *
Highest of all in Leavening Pow
mm II j BIBB W|| I?BWMl
Milk and Potatoes.?Mr. A. B>
Cathcart is calling your attention to
milk and potatoes. He has the potatnos
?iw? twill fiu*???al? vnn r> f> and bar
lev seed which will make the cow furnish
you the milk. Yau cannot starve
if you hare plenty of this primitive
Is Cotton' Kin'G??Messr>. T. II.
Ketchin & say, cotton is not king,
m>noy is king. They care nothing
&bout cotton if yon h*ve the money,
and if you enter tbeir store with m mey
they will give you more goods for one
dollar linn you have bought in a long
time. Iltal what they sav about it
and call on them is all they ask*.
For a pain in the side or chest there
is nothing so good as a piece of flannel
i dampened with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and bound on over the seat of
pain. It affords prompt and perma
nent relief and if usecl m time will
often prerent a cold from resulting in
pneumonia. This same treatment is a
sure cure for lame back. For sale by
all druggists. *
His Clothes Cut!?By reference to
these columns yon will see (hat the
knife, that fatal weapon, been at
work in Winnsboro. NVe generally
suspect pick-pockets when we hear of
a man's c!?thes being cut, but this time
you are asked to pick your own pocket
if you know a good thing when you
see it. Big cut in dre*s good* at "The
On the War Path.?On Sunday
nisrht Trial Justice Cathcart placed a
warrant in Sheriff Ellison's hands for
the arrest ?f Jos. Reynolds ?n order to
put him under a peace bond. It seems
that Reynolds has a grievance against
Mr. Robert Eastler and has been ridin*
around hunting him with a shotgun?at
least tbi-s Is the charge made
by Ea?tler. Trial Jttstice Cathcau will
hear the case to-dar.
Out on Bail.?William Cordes, sentenced
to thirty days in the guardhouse,
is out on bail. While Policeman
McMaster was out with him on
Wednesday for the purpose of exercising
him, he took leg bail. The Intendant
savs he wil: sret him and will
put him in for thirty more days.
There is a suspicion that the police arc
not very sorry he got away. They
don't like the idea cf leading him oat
to the pump to get water and to wash
?When you ws.ut meu't;, ladies',
misses' and children's 6hoes go to
wife of Wylie Mayfield, colored, who
livss on Capt. James Johnson's place
near Catawba falls, is missing. There
is suspicion of foul play. Wylie was
sent to the penitentiary about two
years ago and was discharged not long
since, having served his sentence. He
returned home and ha3 been having
some unpleasantness with his wife.
She was seen last at. home on Sunday
night a week ago, bat no trace of her
had been found up to last Friday. Her
people have hnnted everywhere and as
Wylie has now disappeared they fear
that she was murdered and thrown
in the river.
Mr. E. B. B-i<fsdale has go:i? to
Tampa to attend to some professional
business. He has made several trips
to Florida in tne interest of this matter.
Mr. C.arence Jordan i< visiting his
Mr. A. L. Andrew#, of Richland
county, was i? tovru batniddy.
Mr. J. \V. Seijfler accompanied Miss
Laura Geri?; to Orangeburg on Saturday
where she went to visit his s-ster's
family. Mr. Seigler returned Tuesday
Mrs. Juo. G. Mubley and daughter?,
the Misses Wright, left for Augusta on
Mrs. Margie Lenoir and Mis* Bryan,
of Charleston, left Saturday alter visiting
friends and relatives.
Mr. Joseph Groeschel, of Chester,
was in town Wednesday.
Miss Sallie Patrick, of While Oik,
attended the meeting of Synod at
Troy, S. C.
Mr. Ed. W. Hauahan has finished a
coarse at Ponghkeepsie Business College
and returned home on Thursday
night. The clinrate seems to agree
Mrs. Eber Mason returned home
Saturday from Columbia where she
had been for medical treatment.
Mrs. W. O. Brice, of Columbia, accompanied
by Miss Maggie Thompson,
her sister, arrived on Thursday evening.
Rev. W. U. Millen, of Tennessee,
came on from Synod to "Winnsboro to
visit his wife's family. His wife was
formerly Miss Jesse Rabb, daughter
of Mrs. N. K. Rabb.
Forty Bales of Cotton for About $1,000.
A party sold forty bales of cotton
here on Wednesday al 4 90. At 450
pounds to the bale this wonld only
bring a little over one thousand dollars.
Only two years ago this lot oi
I cotton wonld have brought over $2,000.
Think of it.
It May Do as Mach. for Ton.
Mr. Fred MiHer, of Irving, 111., writes
that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for
many years, with severe pains in his back,
i and also that his bladder was affected. He
trie! many so-called Kidney cures bul
without any good result. About ayeai
ago he began the use of Electric Bitters
; and fourd relief at once Electric Bitters
is especially adapted to cure all Kidnej
; and Liver troubles and often gives almesl
: instant r lief. One trial will prove oui
statement. Price only 50c. for large bot
tie. At ilcMaster & Co.'s .drng store. '
Children Cry for Pitchers Castorra.
er.?Latest U. S. Gov t Report
*A Marriage?Xo Card*.
On Wednesday evening at half past
three o'clock Mr. R. W. Brice. Jr.. of
\Vood?vard, will be married to Miss
Love Mobley of this place. The ceremony
will be public, no card-i issued.
The Rev. Jabez Ferris will perform
the ceremony^at the Baptist Church.
The couplc will leave for "Woodward,
Mr. Bricg's home, at once.
?SS-inch all-wool flannel dies?i;?'Odat
25 cents per yard.
j ^adv Q. D. YVilliford, Ma-iiager.
Ladies, if yon want a pure delicai#
i sjap*for the complexion, druejiists will
always rccommend Johnson's Oriental
Medicinal Toilet Soap. Witmaboro
Drug Stare. *
Tlie Good Old Way.
One of in" principal merchants remarked
t?. our reporter several days
ago that !> ' iiad a customer to speak to
him about an account due him in a
rather unusual way. His face wore a
rather seriou3 air and it occurred to
the reporter that the customer ha I
informed him that cottom was only
worth five cents and had perhaps U6ed
souic unparlimentary language, but
his answer surprised The News axd
Herald ttan and must have surprised
the merchant, for he said: ''Well, cot
(on is no good row. I will sell some
c?rn and par yon soon." This i* the
best news we have heard late'x.
DEATH OF AN AGED LADY.
Miss J. A. Fife, an aged lady, who
liv.d about six miles from town in
Ihe Wateree section, died on Sunday
night. Miss Fife was the last member
of a family who were reared in tl.is
county. She has one brother, Mr.
It M. Fife, now living in Florida,
where he moved year? ago. She had
been in deeiiuing health for a long
v.vne ana net' '.icain was not unexpected.
She was in her seveuty.first
year. Her remains were interred at
Alt. Olivet churchyard on Monday, of
which church she was a consistent
A Former Falrfi?l<l Postmaster Arrested.
On Saturday, in Columbia, United
States Inspector Peer arrested Mr.
\V. J. Shelton, or thi* countv, upon a
warrant charging lhat Shelton was
short $36 while postmaster at Shcliou
in 1891 and 1S92. Mr. Shelton gave
bond and had a hearing ou M.ond*y.
In his card he says thet l^e wa* not
personally supcrrHing the office at tKe
time bat whs notified of this shortage
and informed his assistant, who said
that th? goremtu?nt owed him $43.06
Mr. Sheheti stares that he wrote thi*
fact to the authorities at Washington
and having heard no more thought it
was satisfactory that the secoums of
the clerk would more than offset the
shortage, and was surprised at iho
action of the authorities.
W! A. McGuire, a well known citizen
of McKay, Ohio, is of the opinion
that there i- nothing as good for children
troubled with colds or croup as
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. He
has used it in his family for several
* ? * * J _ 1
years witn me Desi result* anu aiways
keeps a bottle of it in the house. After
having la grippe he was himself troubled
with a severe cough. He mt-d
other remedies without benefit and
then concluded to try the children's
medicine and to his delight it soon
effected a permanent cure. 25 and 50
cent bottles for sale by all druggists. *
THE COLORED COtTSTTY FAIR.
The members of the County Fair
Association are requested to meet in
Winnsboro on Saturday, the 17th inst.,
at 12 o'clock m. The fair will be held
on "Wednesday, December 5th. The
exhibitors will bear in mind that up
to Tuesday, the 4ih of December, eni
tries will be received up to six o'clock
I p. m. Friends, our association is in
need of help, as we must give premiums
this year. I shall pa98 around
one day in the interest of our association
and I hope our white friends will
assist us all they can. A good time is
coming when the best class of wbite
people and the best cla-s of negroes
can think and act togather.
Jos. C. Jackson,
xrieu to i?et a way.
On Thursday evening Constables
Richard Stevenson and McKeown
were bringing a prisoner, Henry
Thompson, colored, to jail upon a
charge of aggravated assau't and battery.
When in one mile of town the
negro made a break for liberty. He
was riding a mule and the two deputies
were in a buggy They both
jumped and Stevenson pulled his battery
and opened fire. He ran as he
fired, firing four shots, and outrun the
darkey and caught him They tied
him with a bridle lein and brought
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him on and delivered mm t > me snerin.
Thompson is charged with striking
Mr. Samuel McKeown with a plank.
They fell oat about "part of the crop."
We heard that the negro struck Mrs.
McKeown in the affray.
?Caldwell & Ilnff have a splendid
lot of carpit samples. Prite 25c. and
. 30c. This is the choapf.st plan to get
a good carpet. adv
Endorsed as the Best Remedy.
August A. Klages, 810 St. Charles
street. Baltimore. Md.. writes: "From
my youth I suffered from a poisonous
, taint in my blood. My face and body
; were continuously affected with erup;
tions and sores. I am now forty-two
; years of age, and have been treated in
! Germany and America, bnt no remedy
' overcame :he trouble until I used Bot
tanic Blood Balm. My skin is now
: clear, smooth and healthy, and I con"
sider the poison permanently driven
from my blood. I endorse it as the
best remedy." $1 per large bottle.
For sale by "druggists. *
[ CAME NEAR SHOOTING THREE
A colored boy, in hanging up a sad
die at Mr. W. if. (iibson's ncuse on
h-t Saturday, let one of the stirrups
strike against a loaded gun ftanding
against the wall and the gun was
knocked down. One hammer hit the
fl >or and the gun was discharged, tear?
hole in the wall of tin house; the
action of the powder caused the gun
to kick backward and around a little,
when the jun hit the fl*or a second
time and discharged in another direction.
One load went on one tide of
the boy and one on the other side of
him. (Ele was between two fires.)
Two of Mr. Ross Gibson'* children
were within two or three feet of both
rlisoharorf-o. hut Providence nrote^ted
them. It wa* a very narrow escape
for ali all three. No telling which
way a gun will aim even in the bands
of some one, and it transpires now
that \on don't know which waTit will
aim when not in the haml&of a person.
Johnpoii'ri Arotnaiic Compound Cod
Liver Oil vvi h ? > poptiosphites i9 invaluable
in all -crofnlon* affection-",
purifies t^e b'< od, builds up the appetite
M?id inak*** >ouii<i fle^h. Pint bo?tles
$1 00. \V!imsbi>r? Drag Store. *
A DELIGHTFUL ENTERTAINMENT.
The wisest man has said, "there is
nothing new under the sun." Had he
seen the Doll Drill on last Friday night
he would have acknowledged, however
reluctant that acknowledgement may
have been, that he made an egregious
mistake in thus broadly 6tating the
case. It i* highly probable that he
would have introduced the "Drill" at
court for his own delight, and "the
delectation of his numerous wive* and
courtiers. While th? drill was the
chief attraction of the occasion, it was
by no means the only one. It would
be exceedingly difficult to say which
of the numerous attractions gave the
most delight to the large and select
company assembled. The programme
was remarkably full and complete,
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SlllU UlTUllgCU Willi great lane mill
care?so much so, that everyone found
something to amuse and delight?be
(heir taste ever so varied or capricious.
Ifit be (rue that''variety is the spice
of life" those who had the good fortune
to be present at (he residence of
Dr. Aiken on this occasion must have
enjoyed the very spice of it. In addition
to the novelty aud variety of the
entertainment, it was from beginning
to end artistic in every feature. The
lovers of the xrtistic must have been
indeed well pleased with the performance.
Music, sweet intuic, touched
the heart of all aud thrilled them with
delight, while the recitations called up
before soma dreams of joy wherein"
they saw glad faces from the footlights
greetiug them with applause. Taking
ail in all it was undoubtedly the most
successful entertainment or tne Kina
ever given here Whether regarded
from the standpoint of numbers, and
therefore financially, or whether the
estimate be ba?>ed simply upon the
manner in which ;he various parts '
were performed, it was a success.
The first piece 011 the programme
was a vocal quartette entitled, "Moonlight
on the Lake", by Messrs. J. G.
Mc^ants, John Beaty, Dr. Aiken,
Miss Annie Aiken and Miss Mary Ellen
After this beautiful song Mr. Ja?.
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w. Jtiananan reaa^xneuiosm^ iear -,
by Geo. D. Prentisi.
Mrs. D. V. Walker then treated the
aadience to a beautiful instrumental
The first recitation of -the erening,
"Poor-house Man", was by Migg Annie
McMichaeL In the rendition of this
difficult piece Mis? McMichael displayed
great dramatic power and a
high degree of culture in elocution.
She was encored to the echo, but to
the regret of all ske did not respond to
"The Sweetest Story Erer Told", a
rocal solo, by Miss Ella Doty, was
highly appreciated by the company
and was made more sweet as told by
At this point the company took a
recess for a short time. The small boy,
the ubiquitous small boy, filled up the
interim in his own peculiar way, making
himself seen, heard and felt as is
his want. He did not have time to
display his usual versitility to advantage,
however, as the recess was only
sufficient to bring the star attraction
cn. Eight little girls, dressed in misses'
costume, marched into the r?om to the
sound of a march played by Miss M. E.
Aiken. Each of these little maidens
carried in her arms a beautiful doll,
their sweet innocent little faces looking
the picture of happy nurses. It
was a beautiful sight to see these little
ones take their places in rank preparaa
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lory 10 tue urueai uiuugu nuiuu mc;
were to yass. As the signal thus ctfven
the drill was commenced. They went
through their parts very prettily indeed
and with delight to the spectators
Deafening applauses greeted ttiem as
they disadpeared fr?m the room and
was kept up until they reappeared
and gave another exhibition of their
drill. The corps was composed of
Misses Anna Beaty, Mary Gray Neil,
Alice Walker, Maggie Neil, Laura
Douglass, Leila 13eaty, NinaWilliford
and Mollie Smith.
The difficult instrumental trio, "Am
Overture from Tancrede", was given
by the young pianists Misses Carrie
and Patsy Elliott, in which they displayed
skill well worthy of praise.
Mr. Jas. G. McCants next sung a
vocal solo, "Serenade to Ida" j*h which
he sustained his well desemd reputation
as a singer.
Mus Fannie Creight recited "The
Oyster Man" with powerful effect.
Uer conception and rendition of the
piece was masterly and was greeted
wi^ bursts of applause. She was com pelled
to respond to recite a second
time before quiet was restored, so delighted
was everybody with her per
Mrs. Walker sung "I Am Contented^,
one of the sweetest songs
sang during the evening.
The entertainment was then closed
with a vocal trio, "The Battle Prayer"/
beautifully rendered by Misses M. E*
Aiken, Annie Aiken, and Dr. Aiken.
It was a beautiful song beautifully
A - a1. - a 1 .. _ ? a. 1 ?
-as me sweet notes 01 me singers
died away Hie company began slowly
and sadly to depart, feeling that those
hours of joy and gladness were numbered
with the past.
The drill was given for the benefit
of the Presbyterian (. hurch.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria,
They Gave Him aii Appetite and Something
o Satisfy It.
Mr. Editor: I:Iea>e allow mc in jjive
tny experience, through \our columns,
aaan inmate of the lunatic asylum. I
was ther?i about ihr?e month5, only
weighed 118 pounds when I first went,
and could only eat two br.caits and
drink one small cup of coffee. Dr.
J. \V. Babcock said I whs physically
sound but eminently weak, owing'to
mv own carelessness. Mr. ('. A l*.
Broom, formerly of Fuirfiidd, iroaied
rne w. 11 ami made me l'eel as h*r?e. 1
spent a most plesant time. Not the
Klitfhi.'St thing inurred mv plea?nre I
never t-aw am one mi>treated there.
Mo-it people roimnit their iri?*mU becuiw
they ttiink they will b<* il -i.ta ed,
bet they are mistaken 1 had the
best rations the Mate could afford,
from ovsteia to rare beef. I now cat
sixteen bircuits and drink half gallon
of milk and the fame of coffee. I
weiyli 148 pounds now. I did not have
to take any medicine at ail.
Success to Tok N*ws and Herald.
J. F. Harrison*.
?The beet assortment of boys'
clothing in town can be found at Mimnaugh's.
WHITE OAK DOTS.
White Oak, S. C., Octobcr 29.?
There has been considerable sickness
i;? this section?such as chills and
Mr. T. G. Patrick has been confined
to the house for sometime with rheu
Miss Ciara Johnston, of Witmsboro,
is visiting in our town.
Mrs E. J. Hamilton, who has been
spending sometime in Rock Ilill, returned
Miss Nanie Broom, of Blythewood,
is visiting in the community.
The White Oak high school is under
the management of Professor Pressley.
There were a f- w went from this
place to Ridgeway to hear TillmanIrby
& Co. last Saturday. b.
UPPER LONGTOWN LOCALS.
Loxgtown, October 23.?A heavy
hailstorm visited this section on Fri
day evening. Some of the hailstoues
were as large as parfri !ge eggs and
were in all manner of shapes. It
didn't last but a lew minutes, but
almost completely covered the ground
in that short, ppace of lime. It looked
once a* if we were going to have a
The bulk of the cotton crop has been
harvested around here. A very good
crop was made, but owing to the low
price nothing was realized for it.
Farmer?, let me say to you, stop
planting cotton to buy your supplies
with, for yon will never be any bettei
off until you do.
Mr. Weir is getting along as well as
can be expected. None ?f the bullets
have been extracted yet. e n. d.
Henrv Wilson, the postmaster at
Welshton, Florida, says he cured a
case of diarrhoea of long standing in
six hours, with one small bottle of
( hanit>erlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. What a pleaaant
surprise that must have been to the
sufferer. Such cures are not unusual
with this remedy. In many instances
only one or two doses are required to
five permanent relief. It can always
e depended upon. When reduced
with water it is pleasant to take. For
sale by all druggists. *
Don't forget to pay your subscription
to The News and Herald. Yoa have
paid to the date given on the yellow
address slip. The terms are twelve
and a half cents per month. Go to
the postoffice and send the amount in
a registered letter, firsc taking out
enough to pay the registration, fee.
We are willing to pay the expense of
sendin? the money. We must have
every suhscrivtion this fall. We need the
money See remittance coupon and
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Buckl?n'fl Aralc& Salve.
The 3bst Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheura, Fever
Sores. Tetter,Cbepped Hands, Chilblains*
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required It
is vruarante-'d to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 23 "3nts per
b oc. <ale bv M<?**x**er A O '
For Or?r Fifty Ttir>
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ilKS. W IN SLOW ? OWimjuoim,i u?o
been used for over fifty years by millions
of mothers for their children while teethin
\ with peifeet success. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allay* al! pain,
cures wind colic, and is the be?>t 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
' JJrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
take no other kind. 5-'J6fxly
What stops Neuralila? Dr. Miles' Pain Pills.
' ASKfOR ?K(
BEST SUITS FOR WJ
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"BIG CUT" Ij
Burial Cases and Caskets.
THE UNDERSIGNED b?s a lull
line of the latest designs in
BBBIAL CASKS AID CASKETS,
at moderate prices. Ordtrs filled
promptly, nijfbt and d*v, at the old
stand. Thankful for past patronage,
I ask for a share of it in fatur*.
(Je?r*e furniahtd nhen ordrred.
11?6if J. v?. FLLlO it,
* -FOB THE. HEALTSG OF THE KATIOSS- j
IfBotanio Blood Balm
Js ft tup orbit finmn?T ttp.nnr mt 2
j w) All Skin and Blood Diseases: 5
i [lit purifies, builds up and enriches; I
i an^ never fails 8
lB^ to cure the most inveterate 2:
1 5 J BLOOD AND SKIN DIS-S;
S I _ / EASES, if directions are fol-j;
l 101 l?we^- Thousands of grate-a;
I ???A ful people sound its praises I:
5 and attest its virtues. jj;
| ETWRITE for Book of Won- j;
| derful Cures, sent free on ap- |;
l If not kept by your local druggist, j:
[ send $i.oo for large bottle, or $5.00j ;
i I for six bottles, and medicine will be 1:
1 sent, freight paid, by i I:
1 BLOOD BALII CO., Atlanta, Ga. S
11 lOl 1
A. B. CATHCABT.
Just Received and for
A carload of fine YOUNG MARES
and MULES, which I will sell cheap
for cadi or on time until next Fall
with good approved paper.
I will also exchange anv of those
Mares for Mules. Person* wifrhinjr to
mite 6tock will do well to call and examine
them before buying elsewhre.
A Few Milch Cows for Sale.
Also a Few Buggies.
Winn^bero, 5s. C.
FINE STOCK FOR SALE !
AT A BARGAIN.
ONE FINE THOROUGHBRED, REGtered
three;yeaca^ old. He has a very marked
reoord, and' any community wishing to
grade up its stock of milch cows would do
well to get him. Call at this office for particulars.
PARTIES indebted to me u Asafenee
who desire to avoid legal
proceeding must come forward and
8ettl6 G. W. RAG5DALE,
JXtJJXj 1 1
3R MEN AND BC
BAR AND DURABILI'
N ALL FINE DRESS
I MUSI I
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J 1# jy
tP^HS5?5BS^ n^r_ ^MMSand
are now cutting and Yashin
-Profits have been tossed out of
these truths. I have the largest
in the County in Suits, Pants a
laneous showing of other garni
giraffe-like upon my counters.
at and below the actual cost of
have to do is to see these goods
surely be convinced that I m<
some lot of those
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I in all colors, irom twenty-nve iu
you can buy them elsewhere.
The irresistible inducements
are as catching as an epidemic,
qaarters like bees to their hive,
prices my attractive assortment
Fvervhndv is on the lookout t
bargains I am now offering. Y
my promises, both in print and
Grasp this chance for these g
Q. D WILLIFOR
JUIlfl (JI UlViOAuaiii
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
12%.Lzw IUn#*, .Columbia, S. C.
Swlicits'business is his *?tiv? Ceunty?
B. J. QX'ATTI.KIIAIJI, 1? 1> 8.
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1 VfOTICE is hereby given ibat an
1^ application f<?r the extention of
. the charter of the Winiuboro and Fish
Dam Railroad Company, and amend-J
raeuts thereto, win ue tnaue 10 me next
session of (he General Assembly, as
L required by the term? of Section 1603
1 of the Revised Sialates e f South Carolina,
G. H. McM ASTER.
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! GOOD,HAT j
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I I find now that I am too
I heavily loaded with
Fine Dress Ms
ig prices in these departments.
sight No one can dispute
t stock of
nd Overcoats, and a miscellents
can be seen towering
A big lot of
them. Ladies, all you will
and price them, and you will
;an business. Also a h?nd
* * : <S||?j
> fifty per cent cheaper than
throughout my establishment
, and the peop*2 ny to headBy
the magetism of reduced
:o harvest some of the grand
ou will find me faithful to all
out of print.
;oods are sure to go.
I offer lor sa'e, now, to (he firmer,
m&chiaM, or anybody else who may
tired tbtm, the following
&nd at reason able Dricei I think, viz.:
I Barrel Machinery Qil, at 35::. per gal.
1 Barrel Macbinery <H'> t>0c- j*er gal.
I Barrel MachiHcr?Oil, at 75c.pergal.
I Cau Lard Oil, at$l,00 per gal.
1 Can Pure White Castor Oil. Medicinal.
I Can Caroline Oil, f<?r-^bgggi*-*.
1 Cau Bleached Sperui t^'i^w^ewing
machines, in 10c. vial*. Warranted
not to gam.
I hope tins will suit every purchaser
in the coontr.
W. E. AIKEN.
DR. E. C. JETER,
Ptiysiciaa and Surgeon.
Offers bis professional senrice* to
people of F*WleW. *1 -4'1'
Postoffice adelres4, Jenkijnsirille, S. C.