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CWilnes lav. November 28. : : : itty*
Letters w::! be collected from the
? I-tier b?>xt?<f at II 15 a. m. and 9 p. m.
; vg?i?y *ontis, and 5 SO p. m. a ul \)
____ -^p. ja. going north.
Please Observe This.
If you wish to change your
\ advertisement, please bring it
V i? this morning, not. this even
Grand Opera Hoase Openiug.
Holiday Goods?C. M. Chandler.
Kinard's Great Clothing Emporinm.
For Sale or Rent?Dr. J. R. McMaster
and B. F. Boulware, Adnirs.
?The cotton market closed very firm
?Cotton brought 55 in Winmboro
?There are only seven prisoners in
the county jail at present.
?The council should look after the
shade trees near the burnt district.
Some of 1 hem-are dying.
?Jno. f>. Smart has a contract to
- , build a fine dwelling for Mr. Charles
Smith at Ridgeway.
?Rev. Jabez Ferris will return
from Chester in time to conduct the
aervices at his church here on Sunday.
?Too much cheese on hand for the
Imes. Lauderdale will sell yon
arant at 15 cents per ponnd.
P. "Wray, of Ridgeway,
>resebt the Baptist Church of
le is a member at the convenChe3ter.
5 new Lebanon Charch was
ed on last Sunday.^ A fall rethe
exercises will appear in our
. T. E. Johuson has gone to
ay to attend t? tliC dispensary J
:he illness of Mr. R. B. Lewis,
t can still find anything y?a
the way of a ladies' covering
eidale's. Will close them out
i ?The new Lebanon (Presbyterian)
Charch can be si en from the Presbyterian
churchyard here. It is eight
i miles from one to the other.
?Christmas aud the holidays are
coming. Those desiring to make
handsome presents in the jewelry line
will find that C. M. Chandler is offering
those goods at prices to salt the
^ times. Courting men wh? mean to
enter into a contract to supply some
srirl her board and clothes for the term
of her natural life will do well to examine
?Mr. M. L. Kinard is out in a new
IPI - advertisement in this issue. Mr.
Kinard says if you come to Columbia
and want a bargain ia clothing, call on
him at the sign of tbj? "Golden Star,"
L138 Main street. He quotes prices in
his advertisemefit which are well
WCdiii considering- Every one knows
the reputation of "Kinard the clothier."
Read his advertisement for yourselves.
?We understand that a party who
bought a large body of land near
v Winnsboro a short time ago will conX.
vert it into a grass and hay farm.
"We are glad to hear of this. Formerly
this land has been planted in cotton;
it is however in a high state of culti^
ration and v?ry fertile and said to be
*?_ adapted to clover and grasses. We
shall watch the experiment with interest.
?Cards ate out announcing the
marriage of Miss Mary McCarley, of
this place, t? SJr. Samuel C. Byers, of
Gnthriesvjtfe, York county. The happ>
_^_evejit will take place on the 28th inst.
at 8 o'clock in the evening at Mrs.
Hessie McCarley's residence. Miss
McCarley is one of Winnsboro's most
worthy yonng ladies, and Mr. Byers
* * ?-? ~ C AnnMfir
V? is a successiui laiiuei ui ivnwumj.
The best wishes of The News and
Herald goss oat to the contracting
?There are fourteen parties iu
^ Winnsboro who bay cotton: U. G.
De?portes, W. C. Beaty, Hugh S.
L Wylie, Jno. P. Matthews, H- E.
m v KeTchin, Trenholm, J. F. Mcr
Master, J. M. Stewart, T. J. Cureton,
J. E. Coan, W. R. Doty & Co., R. Y.
^~jrs*Purner, Jas A. Brice and E. Millet.
Some of these are lien merchants, and,
as a rule/only buy when interested.
This, however, helps the market; it
straius up the buyers who are not in
the lien business. This would look
like Winnsboro is a good place to sell.
?No 3kim milk stuff, old and clammy,
but genuine, fancy, yellow, full!
cream cheese at fifteen cents per pound
at juauueruaie s. buy
A Weak, nursing mothers gain strength
and flesh using Johnson's Compound
Cod Liver Oil. Rich iu lat food,
pleasant to tak; and easily digested,
giving strength to mother and child.
Wiansboro Drug Store. *
LIn a Critical Condition.?Dr. John
v Wallace, of this county, is very ill.
Some months ago he was taken with
paralysis and i3 now iu a very critical
way. It is not likely at all that he will
House Burned.?Geo. Robertson,
colored, living near Nelson, lost his
house ana contents on Monday mornL.
ing by fire. The cause oj[ the fire is
* unknown as no n^sBA-^'present. All
Notice.?Ail claims due the estate of
Dr. J. R. McMaster, Sr., if unpaid on
January 1, will be put in the hands of
^ an attorney for collection. These mat^
ters must b3 settled.
Dr. J. K. McMaster,
aud B. F. Boclware,
English Spavin Liniment removes
a'l Hard, Soft or Calloused Lump? and
1ft Ami?hp!i frnm horsps. RJnnrJ Snnvins.
Curbs, Splints, Sweeney, Ring-Bone,
* Stifles, Sprains, ail Swollen Tnroat3,
gk Coughs, etc. Save $50 by use of one
Kf bottle. Warranted the most wondermf
fnl Blemish Cnre ever known. Sold
by W. E.Aiken, druggist, Winnsboxo,
8.C. * .
Highest of all in Leavening Pot
IV ^ VZsg&Sk
McIlwain* vs. McIlwain.?Trial
Justice Cathcari had a ease of assault
and battery with intent to kill before
him on Wednesday. Reuben Mcllwain
was charged with trying to kill
Henry McIlwain near Jim Fair's place.
Both are colored men. The justice
sent the offender to court to await
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Cheated the State.?Several days
ago, Constable Eichelberger caught a
negro, near Spartanburg, with a ju^ of
"blind tiger" and started to relieve the
negro of it, when he struck thejug
against a wall and smashed it. He
theu askei the constable what he
would do about it, if there was any
law to shoot him for breaking his own
Caught Between the Buyers.?
The newsboy on the ncrth-bonud passenger
train got his heel caught in
between the bumpers on Thursday
evening at Blytbewood. Dr. Hanahan
? ?"--J *A h'nin Oi?f\ T*TO
Wits WII'CU IV iiiCCU LUC nam uviv. ?v
did 30, but found the wound not to be
serioas. The heel of the shoe protected
the foot largely or it would have
Ark You Behind??Our readers
will please examin; their labels on the
paner and if in arrears we ask you to
make some arragement with us about
it. At the er.d of the year we will bs
competled to drap those who are far
behind. We do not wish to do so, but
we caunot wait longer on some. Please
examine the label and let us hear from
To the Managers of the Federal
Election.?The above managers will
leave their claims for services on election
day at the office of R. H. Jennings,
Clerk of the Court. They are
requested to do so at once, as no one
can get the money until all claims are
in. The commissioners only "wish to
make one demand for money, therefore
tfcey wish to kaow the entire
Ax Excitement, but no Harm.?
Quite a crown was seen gathering near
the caurt house on Fridf-.v. Some
thought it was a fight, but it proved to
be John Green suffering from an
" * "T- : c Ulr,
epileptic aitacK. joqu nays- n ma
friends would get him a drink when
they see him "looking so" that the
attack will be staved off. He says it
is lor the want of livuor and not having
itaiieady that the trouble comes.
Itch on human, mange on horse?,
dogs and all stock, cured in 30 minutes
by Woolford's Sanitary Lo:ion. This
never fails. Sold by W. E. AFken,
druggist, "Winnsboro, S. C. *
The Colored Faik.?The colored
people's fair will take place December
5. We are informed by one of the
officers that they are making every
preparation for a successful termination.
We hope they will succeed. The
stock and cattle show, more especially
the hog show, last year, wf.s as good if
not better than the exhibit of their
white frieuds. We are glad to see the
spirit of advancement iu this line; it
looks like something besides cotton.
Scalped by a Tree.?Several days
ago, Ed. Ross, colored, received an
awful ugly wound ou the head. He
was cutting down a tree and did not
get far enough off to be out of reach
of the limbs. One of them struck him
ou the head and nearly scalped the
entire top of it. The place was large
enough to ran a man's band in, aud
the scalp puckered in such a manner
as in form a regular sack or nocket. I
He was doing well at last accounts.
Bought for a Parsonage?Negotiations
have been going on for several
days between a committee of the A R.
Presbyterians and Mr. D. It. Fienniken
in reference to the purchase of his
former dwelling in town. The trade
was reached on Tuesday and now
the house is the property of this
congregation. It will be used as a
parsonage. We congratulate Rev.
C. E. McDonald on not being put to
the inconvenience of moving at the
end of the rear. lie was already living
It is a Useless Trip.?Capt. McMeekin
has returned from the different
places over the county where taxes are
collected. He has been to ali except
Monticeno ana jenKinsviiie, sun nas
collectcd about $3,000. In his absence
there was sufficient calls to pay taxes
at bis office to reach the same amount.
The plan of sending the treasurer
around should most assuredly be done
away with at the next Legislature; for
many in the sections he has passed
through will wait tor the extension of
time and then come to Winnsboro to
pay. Copes would never have been
killed but for the fact that tseasurers
must go in the country.
Bad jkoads.?a gent:eman wno
travels the road from Durhams to
Winnsboro requested our reporter to
ask the County Commissioners to
please see to that portion of the public
road. Judging from his remarks we
would think that this road is in the
condition that the Camden road wes
when one of the road overseers was
indicted in Radical times- for not having
it worked. Trial Jastice Arthur
Mackey asked him why he had not
worked the road and he replied "there
is nothing there to work, the d? roadbed
has washed away." So the commissioners
need to see about it.
When traveling, always take a cake
of Johnson's Oriental boap with yon;
diseases are often caught from using
hotel soap. Wiunsboro Drug Store. *
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
ver.?Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Cheap IIorsss.?'The big horse sale
: at Hall & Crawford's stable took place
yesterday promptly at 12o'clock. The
buying commenced a little slow, but
after a start it kept well up for quite
a while. The cheapest animal sold
was a grey mare o years old bought
by Mr. James Jones for fourteen
A -Ci-41^Uatt tttamf -fi?Am
I UUiiai5. AXIU1 LliiO LUC* UV/Ub xivlu j
$25 to $45; iii most case? about $30 to
$35. They .ire certainly cheap horses
to anyone wanting a horse. There
were sixteen sold during the day and
the most interesting part of I he bnsi
ness was the catching of the wild
animals. There were two men at this '
business. A. lasso was first thrown
around the neck and another around
the foot. In most cases the animal
?- ii?a /vmaii n rl on/1 o 1 ati
! WU5 LJULIUW11 LU UiC ^lUUUU o-nvi ?.v
rope halter was put on it. Some of
them would pitch and plunge at a
fearful rate, while others would go
off quietly. It was no use to warn
the eager s; cctators to clear the way;
they generally took the hint. It does
look as if anyone might have a horse
when they ean he bought for 25 to
Mr. W. R. Elliott, of the South
Carolina College, spent Sunday at
Mr. F. II, McMaster, of the Columbia
Journal, spent Sunday in'town.
On Wednesday Judge James Aldrich
passed through town on bis way home
from York, where court has just adjourned.
C. A. Douglass, Esq., of the Columbia
bar, was in town Weduesday.
Miss luttie Rice, of Union, is visiting
her sister, Mrs. J. F. McMaster.
On Thursday nighf, Miss .May
Davidson, who has been visiting relatives
in town, left tor her home in
On Thursday evening, Mrs. Klinck
returned from Charleston, where she
was summoned to the bedside of her
sick sister* Mrs. Foran, several weeks
Col. Geo. K. Wright was in town on
Friday. lie is connected with a North-.
ern bauking house and was soliciting
Mr. Law Lemmon, son of Mr. John
LsmmoUj left for Florida on Tuesday
Relief in Six Hours.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder
diseases relieved in six hours by the
' 'New Great South American Kidnet
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 "W.E. Aiken, druggist, Winnsboro,
S. C. *
A Qaiet Marriage. J
On Thursday night Mr. Adolph
Sims and Miss Nannie Jefferes were
united in marriage by the Rev. Jabez
Ferris. The ceremony took place at
the residence of Mr. M. Ilood at the
hoar of 7.30 p. m.
Cotton Burned?Supposed to be Incendiary.
On Sunday night Mr. W. J. Martin,
of the Momicello section, lost his cot->
ton house by fire. Two bales of seed
cotton, the building and a sulky plow
were destroyed. It is thought, so we
hear, that the place was set on fire.
This is hard luck these hard times. If
it was set on fire we hope the guilty
party will be caught.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
al.jliA> <jjb j>lJBJS'JL'l-SU.
There will be a call meeting of the
County Alliance on the first Friday in
December (being the 7th day) at 11
o'clock a. m. All defunct sab-Alliances
are aequested to send delegates, and
every allianceman is especsally requested
to be present. Farmers aud
allianceraen, it is to your interest to be
present. 1 hope y?n will all be there.
You will all be-admitted and hare the
privileges of the floor.
D. P. Crosby, President.
On Monday, December 3, the cele
brated Schubert -Symphony Ciub and
Lady Quartette, including the wonderful
six-year-old violinist, singer and
whistler, Master Tommy Parcel), will
open the opera house. This will be
without a doubt the greatest treat offered
?3 siucc the lime the McGibbeny
Family visited us. No company on
the American stage can boast of a
finer reputation, they having appeared
in all the leading cities in the country
to crowded houses. Read their advertisement
in another column.
A serious accident occurred on the
afcernoou of the 13lh inst. to Mr.
Bricc Clowney, a young man about
sixteen years old, son of Mr. John
Ciowney, ot this county. It seems
that he was hunting about a mile from
his home, when 011 crossing a fence his
gun was accidentlv discharged, the
contents striking him in the left armpit
inflicting a dangerous wound. He,
with crreat oresence of mind, made his
way home, where he was soon put
under the skillful charge of that distinguished
physician, Dr. Thos. G.
Douglass, whose treatment will soon
restore him to his usual health. It
was a narrow escape. vidette.
For a pain in the side or chest there
i3 nothing so good as a piece of flannel
dampened with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm aud bound on over the seat of
pain. It affords prompt and permanent
relief and if used in time will
often prevent a cold from resulting in
pneumonia. This same treatment is a
sure cure for lame back. For sale by
all druggists. * *
** We Are
Our large and beautiful
DRY GOODS must be sold t<
"QUICK SALES AN
For the next SIXTY DA
Money saved is money ma
cheaper than you can purchase
Juo. II. Mc3Ia?ter & Co.
Sines the death'of Dr. J. R. Monaster,
Sr., Mr. Jnd. H. Monaster and
T^v- T T> If.lf???.. Tn l,?? imon
XJl't <J XV. lliv; *03l?I , ui.j UlTV w vvu
associated together in the drug busi-1
ness. This is an old business under j
new management and needs no intro
dnction to the public. The News aito
Herald wishes them well.
The Democratic Executive Committee
of Fairfield County is hereby
called to meet in Winnsboro on "Wednesday,
December o, 1894, at 12 o'clock
m. in the Town Hall. A full attendance
is desired as business of grave
importance will be brought before the
committee. Jas. AY. Hanahax,
Baptist State Conyention.
Rev. Jabez Ferris, Dr. B. J. Quattlebaum
and Mr. W. R. Rabb, from
the Baptist Church here, will attend
as delegates the Baptist State Convention
which meets in Chester on
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and
Saturday. Mr. James Young, a member
of the Baptist Church, will attend
W. A. McGuire, a well known, citizen
of McKay, Ohio, is of the opinion
that there is nothing as good for children
troubled with colds or croup as
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. He
"f in We fomitr cpirpral
Xiao U9CU lb ill ULU xwuiii j *V4 MV. w.M.
years with the best results and always
keeps a bottle of it in the house. After
haviag la grippe he was himself troubled
with a severe cough. He used
other remedies without benefit and
then concluded to try the children's
medicine and to hi? delight it soon
effected a permanent cure. 25 and 50
cent bottles for sale by all druggists, *
An Oyster Supper.
The ladies of Greenbrier Church
will have an oyster supper at the residence
of Capt. J. R. Delleney on Fri
(lay, December 30, l#r the oenent 01
their church. Everybody is invited
and should go* The ladies should be
encouraged in all thev undertake, for
they constitute the working element in
all church work. When you find out
the real facts in the matter of new
churches, new graveyard fences, bell
for the cburcb, or painting the old
church, you will find the ladies furnished
the "sinews of war," so to
speak. We make (he promise to the
ladies of Greenbrier that the old casebardened
sinner made to the evangelist
when repeatedly urged to come out
and hear him preach. He finally said,
"Well, parson, I'll either come or send
a haud." So our reporter will either
come or send a hand.
Winnsboro Drug Store, Druggists,
will tell you that Johnson's Magnetic
Oil always gives satisfaction and is the
cheapest. ?1.00 size 50 cts.; 50 ct.
size 25 ct. , *
The public were treated to a free
exhibition of somersaults and tumbling
by Prof. Moran on Monday at the
corner near the steps of The News
and Herald office. The feats consisted
of backward somersaults from
a box; here were several difficult feats
of tumbling on a rug spread out; the
actor would make a backward tumble
and land on his feet it a point two feet
forward from where be was standing.
He held a chair on his chin with a
negro bov sitting in it; it wavered a
little and the boy yelled, "Lock out!"
and was ready to come down. He
balanced a big two-horse plow on his
chin, also the hind wheel of a heavy
In the afternoon the performance
wa3 better than in the morning. The
same difficult feats were performed
and others much har.ier to perform
were executed with ease. He took the
color from George Ilion's face at one
time. George consented to sit in a
chair en his chin, but it could be se?n
that a serious expression was coming
over his countenance, and he called
out, "I'm falling." He was let down,
and a little darkey tried it. The difficult
task of holding ten chairs hung
together upon his chin was easily performed
by Mr. Moran. It occurred to
our reporter that he would be a great
help to anyone moving their furniture.
At tne conclusion ne iook up a collection
and raised r^veral dollars.
A. Honse7iold Treasure.
D. TV. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N. T.,
says that he always keeps Dr. King's New
Discovery in the house and bis family has
always found the very best results follow
its use; that he would not be without it. if
procurable. G. A. Dykeman, Druggist,
Catskill, N. Y., says that Dr, King's Kew
Discovery is undoubtedly the best Cough
remedy; that he has used it in his faroilp
for eight years, and it eas never failed to
dojall that is claimed for it. Why not try
a remedy so long tried and tested. Trial
bottle free at McMaster & Oo.'s Drug Store.
Regular size 50c. and $1.00. *
Offering Our Gus
stock of CLOTHING, HA
d make room for our Spring lir
0 SMALL PROFITS
YS is the time. A visit to our
de, aud we intend to'save it f
Us Your 1
IT A. DESPOETE
Representing Roberts Hoge.
M#?sevs. "RrtTiAvts Sr. Hoo-e. wholesale
boot and shoe dealers, of Richmond,
I Virginia, have issued a circular asking
: their customers to hold their orders
for spring trade until their Mr. Jno.
M. Simpson calls on them. Mr. Simpson
will start out in lime for the
spring trade. He has long been with
Caldwell & Ruff and is fully acquainted
in this line. Many of their customers
will regret to learn of his departure.
We wish him success in his new
upper loxgtotvx 3tetts.
Longtown, S. C., November 24.?
The farmers of this section have about
finished harvesting their crop. The
majority of them made an excepj
tionally good crop this year, but will
not realize anything for it owing to
the extremely low price of their staple.
I think the low px*ice of cotton though
1 will be a blessing in disguise for them,
inasmuch as they will turn their attention
to raising their own supplies.
Upper Longtown's new school-house
| will soon be completed. The patrons
are speaking of having it painted,
which will add a great deal to its
Miss Fannie Thtrn, of Blackstocks,:
is visiting relatives in Longtown.
Judging from preient indications
wedding bells will be ringing in this
section soon. h. h. d.
Henry "Wilson, the postmaster at
Welshton, Florida, says he cured a
case of diarrhoea of long standing in
six hours, with one small bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. What a pleasant
surprise that must have been to the
sufferer. Such cures are not unusual
with this remedy. In many instances
nnW nno nr f.wn doses are reauired to
give permanent relief. It can always
be depended upon. When reduced
with water it is pleasant to take. For
sale by all druggists. *
Wanted, everybody in need of a
suit to call and price my clothing fcc
fore yon buy. J. L. Mimkaugi-i. Q. D.
Williford, Manager. adv
THE COLORED FAIR.
The Colored Agricultural Society
will hold its second annual Institute at
Winnsboro, December 5 and C, 1894.
Entries may be made at J. II. Russell's
Siure i>iuiiuay uuuxu?uu; > ^wv/>uUV.
No entry "will be received later than
10 o'clock of "Wednesday, December
An entry fee of ten cents will be
i charged on exhibits to the stock department
and five cents to each of the
The Society has appointed its president,
Eev. Jos. C. Jackson, to solicit
aid, and it is hoped that its friends
will responcTvery liberally.
Exhibitors are requested to make
entries as early as possible.
The Society hopes to be able to
award premiums for the best exhibits
in each department, which, while
necassarily small, will encourage it?
members and patrons and stimulate
them to greater > Hort.
The Institute will open Wednesday3
* r ? nlne/i
uecemoer o, at au u uiuciv o.uu
Thursday, December G, at 4 o'clock,
Jos. C. Jackson, President.
Robert Sdis. Secretary.
"I cscaped being a confirmed dys
peptic by taking Ayer's Pills in tiine.':
This is the experience of many: Ayer':
Pills, whether as an after-dinner pil
or as a remedy for liver complaint, in
digestion, flatulency, water brash, am
nausea, are invaluable.
Vhen Baby was sick, wo gave her Cantoris.
Wiea she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
"When she became illss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
J C RHYXE,
BESSEMER CITY, N. C.
Orclers receired by me will be promp
ly filled at lowest prices.
/Ueference ? First National ,Ban
Srastohia, C. 5-17
.TS, BOOTS, SHOES and
" IS OUR MOTTO.
store is all we ask.
'or you by selling you goods
On "Wednesday, Willie Gladden, tlo
second son of Mr. "W. M. Gladden, of
this count}', was almost instantly killed
by the accidental discharge of a shotgun.
He was about to go bunting
with uncle, Mr. Josse Gladden, who
had just put the gun near his door and
went into the house to get some tobacco.
As he entered he said to the
'young man, "Don't handle the gun, it
!is loaded." He was hardly in the
house before he heard the gun fire and
ran to the door. The unfortuuate
young man was standing on the steps
Ustl/Jtn'* kntli lionile rwrnr liic llft.ir fc
I LlUiUiii^ uuiu vt w? ? ?
The entire load had gone into the heart
and he died in less than three minutes
after he was shot.
This occurred at the young man's
grandmother's houso and word was
sent to his parents at once. It is
I thought he attempte J to raise the gun
and the hammer caught on soma vines,
; thu3 discharging the load.
| His remains were burid at "Watcrec
S churchyard ou Thursday. Mrs. Glad1
den, the mother of the young man, is
' a daughter of Mr. John McLure, who
now lives in Florida. The sympathy
of the commnn'.y goes out to these
Endorsed as the Best Remedy.
August A. Ivlages, 810 St. Charles
street, Baltimore, Md., writes: "From
my youth I suffered from a poisonous
taint in my blood. My face aud body
were continuously affected with eruptions
and sores. I am now forty-two
years of age, and have been treated in
Germany and America, but no remedy
overcame the trouble until I used Botanic
Blood Balm. My skin is now
clear, smooth and healthy, and I con4-u*
mn'enii lvit-mnrif>nt 1 v flvivcn
3IU.CI liivj [;i/iouxi
from my blood. I endorse it as the
best remedy." 81 per large bottle.
For sale by druggists.
THE P.OAD TO "WEALTH LEADS
TITROTTGII THE SOUTH."
The above is the title of a book published
by E. C. Robertson & Co., of
Cincinnati, Ohio. This book fully
shows the natural advantages of the
I South and furnishes unquestionable
I proof of the fact that Northern and
Western people are finding this out
more readily than we people of the
South are doing.
It claims^that the resources of the
! South can bs developed at about half
f the cost of the resources of the North.
The coal and ore are together, the
mills and cotton ai^ together, and in
the matter of crops and cattle, the
; mild winters are an element of cheap*
ncss in this line. There is nothing
grown in the North or Northwest thai
will not grow in the South. And the
pasture grasses comc earlier and lasi
longer, thereby the maintainingcostoj
cattle is greatly reduced, consequently
1 the cost of milk and butter is reduced
1 It argues the same way as to fruit,
and vegetables; has valuable sugges
tions concerning the grape industryin
fact shows conclusively that th
1 South is the coming country. Th
5 book costs only 2-3 cents and is we!
! worth the price as a matter of infoi
# World's Fair
a CHERRY PECTORAL
and * /2fMEDAL]^|
i lon? i@#f
For Sale or Kent.
' QHf& ACKES 0F LAND, THRE
OUU miles north ef Winnsbor
belonging to the e?ta(e of Dr. J.
McMaster. Will sell the whole tra
or will divide it into three tracts. F
* j terras of sale apply to
T>r> T T? A QTPR
U 1.1 O XV*
| and B. F. BOULTVARE,
11-27-2 w Administrators.
j "Vf OTICE is hereby giveu that ;
; application for the extent-ion
j the charter of the Winnsboro and Fi
I Dam Railroad Company, and amen
| ments thereto, will be made to the ne
] session of the General Assembly,
1 required by the terms of Section 1C
i of "the Revised Statutes of South Cai
j Jina, 1893.
ill G. H. McMASTER,
? Q1 President
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[IPIiCT TUB COiT
Specialty No. 3.
GRES3 GOODS must go. "VTc have ll
Corel. Plaid, Plain Flannels, &c. Many (
Specialty No. 2.
SHOES.?Oar Shoe Department is fil
ceived to-day two cases of Ladies' Fine !
let us fit your feet with comfort and dnra
Specialty jSTo. 3.
CLOTHING.?In good, common and
nice line. We ask all purchasers to look
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CUUS IS IHC largesi wc cave vvci wugm.
OUR HOUSE IS V
with all kinds of Notions, Hosiery, Ui
Corsets, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Flannels
Hats, Caps, Shirts, Collars, Cravats, &c.
Will have, daring the season, the best Fl<
meal, Rice, Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Canned (
Starch, Extracts, Pickles, Checso, Macan
Evaporated Apples, Apricots and Peache
CROCKERY.?Look at our Crockcrv :
NOTES FROM BETHEL,
i Bethel. Nov. 21 .?The cotton crop
is about all gathered and sold, the low
price putting the farmers much behind,
making the future very gloomy, which
of course gives them all long faces.
The sweet potato crop was not as
good a yield as was expccted.
Mr. J. D. Leitner had a good deal
of his late corn on the river stolen
frem the field.
Miss Edith M. Pooser, of Ride way,
is teaching the Bethel school to the
satisfaction of all concerned.
Rev. M. \V. Hook leaves to day to i
onnnal oonfflMIIfO trhlfih
miL'Iil/. tiiU ailiiU(U VVUiV* v?w
convenes in Laurens. The entire
church wishes his return for another
Rumor says that M?\ J. L. Robinson
has purchased the Beckham plantation
from Mr. T. li. Elliott and will move
in about the first of January.
Ililliard Patterson (colored) had his ,
house and contents burned a few days
ago. Supposed to be accidental, x.
S. H. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., was (
troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism "
liis Stomach was disordered, tns ljiver was .
affected to an alarming degree, appetite
fell away, and. he was terribly reduced in !
flesh and strength. Three bottles of Elec
trie Bitters cured him.
Edward Shepherd, Ilarrisbug, I1L had a
running sore on his leg of eight years'
standing. Used three bottles of Electric
Bitters and seven boxes of lJucklen's Arnica
Salve, and his leg is sound and well. :
John Speaker Catawba, 0., had five large
Fever sores on his leg, d'octors said he
was incurable. One bottle Electric Bitters
and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured
himentireij. Soid by McMaster & Co. *
6hassterlain7z. Ey? end Skin Oinfcnert
Is a certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes,
| Granulated Eye Lids, Sore Ergples, Piles,
Eczema, Tetter, bait JKneum ana occuu .neiiu, |
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
loss 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,
W. P. Draper, Druggist, Springfield,
Mass., writes: "Japanese Pile"Cure
has cured lady 7 years afflictcd; could
uot walk half a mile in the last three
iranre- now walks anv distance."
Winnsbcro Drug Store. * ]
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla! j
m"H pNESS 4 HEAD NOISES CURED.
B M 1* ca ff* My Tubular Cushions help when all
hp bh at ? H else falls, as glasses help eyes. -WhisSera
heard. No pain. In risible. F. Hiscox, 853 B'way
few York, sole depot. Sendfor book and .proots FREE.
&pgl HAIR BALSAM
wd beautifies Gic hair.
y& t?B Promotes a luxuriant growth.
~ Never Pails to Hestore Gray
- ^00 Hair to its Youthful Color..
i^YH Cures scalp diseases & hair i ailing.
iOc, and 81.00 at Pruggias
vi 8 M B I^J J
I- Use Parke r'a Ginger Tonic. It cures the worst Cough, I
' Weak Lungs, Debility, Indigestion, Pain, Take in time. JO cts.
I HINDERCORNS. The only sure cure for Catw.
Stops aifpain. 15c. ?5 ?xu?gistsj or HI3COX & CO-j N. T
: ehps'S cocoa.
i- "By a thorough knowledge or the natural
laws which govern the operations or digestion
" and nutrition, and by a careful application or
e the line properties or well-selected Cocoa, Mr.
Epps has provided our breakrast tables with a
e delicately flavoured beverage which may save
us many heavy doctors' bills. It Is by the judl11
clous use or such articles of diet that a consti.
tution may be gradually built up until stroDg
" enough to resist every tendency to disease.
Hundreds or subtle maladies are floating around
us ready to attack wherever there Is a weak
5 I point. We may escape many a ratal shartby
keeping ourselves well fortified with pure blood
i ?? ? .vi,- frame."?Ciuil Servtce
ILUU U. J.J ?VUiAMMVV?
Gazette. Made simply with boiling- water or
milk. Sold only m half pound tins, by Grocers,
JAMES EPPS & CO., Ltd., nomceopathic
Chemists, London. England.
Opera House Opening;
MONDAY, DEC. 3.
and LADY QUARTETTE.
AMERICA'S LEADING MUSICAL
organization, including the plicnominal
Six-year-old Violinist, Singer and Whistler,
- KM 1N1IPDRCELL,
in a delightful program, free from dullness.
Everythiffg "up to date."
^ After supptr go and hear them.
I Tickets 5# Cents
Reserved Scats 75 Cents
Tommy invites ali tfce children and give
h em a s'pecial price of 23 cents. 11-27
au FIXE STOCK FOR SALE !
of AT A BARGAIN.
^Vtrrvr TTTrkPnTTflTTRP'fi'n T>vn
^ U tered
as G-uernsey Bull,
three years old. He Las a very inarke
r0" record," and any community wishing t
grade up its stock of milch cows would d
well to get him. Gall at this office for pa
, iculars. 10-20
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2R ? STORED
LEARN TUB PRIM.
- ' MM
icm in all colors in H?nrietta, Whip
>f them at cost. Come and see.
led with the best of makes. Wc reShoes
from Zeiglcr Bros. Come and
medium business Suits, we bought a %
: at our stock. Onr stock of lioys .
The prkes are low.
nderwear, Calico, Gingham, Oat in g,
, Table Damask, Doylies, Napkins,
We want to show. We want to sell.
our, Meal, Bran, Grits, Hecker's OalJoods
(from Ladies' Cannery), Soap*
3ni, Cakes, Crackers, Tobacco, Cigars,
s, Oranges, Apples, Lemons, Candy,
. Beaty & Bro. *
Municipal Tax Notice. s I
\ TAX of 3& mills on all personal .
nL and real property in the town of
IVinnsboro has been levied for the %
Municipal year commencing May 1, L894,
and a commutation street lax of v
rwo Dollars. Said tar, payable from
:he 15th of November, 1894, until the
Loth of January, 1895, - '-M
J. A. HINNANT, * . %
11-17 Cterk of Council. - .
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KIM Am I
When you are ready to purcliase
your Clothes you naturally
want to get them at the place
where the greatest value for your
~ ^A ""A
money is given. W e are me people
for you to see, because we
will save you money. We carry
tlie largest and most complete
stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing
and Furnishings to be found
in this State, and are offering
good, reliable Clothing at lower
prices than will be obtained elsewhere.
"We will give you an all-wool black
or brown Sack Suit for only
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We are showing a complete ime *s
of all-wool Sack Suits in ?
heavy weight Cheviots
and Cassimeres at only
We are showing a handsome line
of alL-wool Sack Suits at only .?*
We are showing a-beautiful line
of all-wool Sack Suits in black - ' v;
and blue Vicunas, and
?**.atti ai;o of
lCHAUJ VUt/iivvW} v-v
only ' :r?M
We will give you an elegant black
or bine Bearer Overcoat ^ .
for only ?JI
i Our line of Youths' and Knee
'ants Suits is complete., and jonr JS
eains all that will make the youngsters
comfortable and stylish.
We keep constantly on hand a full
line of Underwear, Neckwear and
TVe are located. at 138 Main
Street, next to Loiick & Ljwrance ,
If you cannot visit Columbia,
write for what you want.
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M. L, KINAKU,
Glen's and Boy^ Outfitter,
4.T SIGN OFTHE GOLDEN S^AR*
COLUMBIA, s. c.
* I HAVE *
Just received a nice line of i
Iholiday goods,- i
C nsisling of
[ Jewelry, Watches and Chains,
Solid Silver and Plated Wares. A
China Plates, Cups and |
(both gold band and plain.) <
5i Vases, &c., 1
Which can be bought as cheap for
Cash here as anywhere else, quality
. of goods taken into consideration.
Perhaps I cau suit YOU. Call ill
JC. M? Chandler. |
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