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m NEWS AND HERALD. "y5-,w''at f'si! "a:d
&B& j possible for the campai^
- t. I hflvn hr?tl but Ivrants
LP U-BLISU'ED [SVKitY w nins msua i i f>Y_
j cowards, when the sp
j candidates tor Governor
SB VS ASWIBKJLD COMPANY. ' more than an effort to
L 'candidates had faitbfull
rs::>K. i-i advance: ; man's coat-tail. As a tn
one Terr, - - si..>o J we have tyrants and co w
Su ~o j js ;n favor ?f ha
(t: - ?- =* j factions, Ubtu in order
-1 /-" Y.VitTJSiyo HATB6. GASH: I must destroy a'Ring' a;
O.i; .1 .tiii for the first insertion j more autocratic, more t\
| Mscrupuloas than ever
SSgEKs^rs. Slate or controlled the
?il||pr Mairiaije n.vA d.-ath notices free. Regu- f ->pr,nlf? ?
J%slilli ar rai?-s ehur red ior obituaries. 1 ?Pte*
s|||||||s Orders tW Job Work solicited. No doubt about it.
Hi _,. . .,. , ing Dreparations to conti
l?lp??if Tins Newspaper is not responsiole for , . . _
|?||lllf and v. wj exptesseu "anywhere fciUional convention atu
|||||1|| ls?e th-tn in the ?-::;?>n;t! coia-n:i. petuate themselves in
All n.rueies iur publication raast oe ac- i
coujpaivit'd by tl.'v 'iue iiiinie ?;t the author j accessary to accompns
illjp 6 r nd-'written in r language and : men, as well as the
HEpiS .vitrei! oa onos;?j.- . f i!u: nn.n-r The true i ,t J . . . .
e||| : am.? rj^uinvisii.1:1 ?vi;ic!K;^ of aood faith rmhles&ly dislianchue.
3|&V6? All co^iiauuicatsons?editorial, business ! glad one Reformer at
mm 10 TUE H b no. afraid to say ,
W. 1). i?0UGLA.ss, Edito.-. "An arrogant minority
Hp? ^STQ- ^AVIS? treasurer. 1 the cohesive power
W. J. SLiiiorr, Business Manager. | io^crh shod overall 0
?&BORO, S. C. kicking, while the hands
- I natrona?re and the tew
Wednesday. January i?>. : : : r ?k*
by the threat of deprivii
H ~~ precious heritage of lo?
W^^ive us more prize duo-, more me,lt? Verv, very trnc
H -We^cries am! a cotton factor}-. . j i3 f t ,h;t
S nil flp
|||| The movement of mills to the South been destroyed or sin:
promises to become a regular epidemic. *?to an adjunct of the po
Eg. The State is wide awake on cotton stripes of the Taininai
mills." Wf; earnestly hope t'iat jiood with envy," and that "
resnits will folic-.v ics^fi^rts. speak or speak with
- ?*? <=?- - ?? ';Our onlv hope," s
Ml? CoLUiiBiA aupoars to be helping her- _ ' ,
Tf.t? ~-i; n ? Laurin. 4li< i-j ?rot togcti
sell. If the cotton mill fcv<:r there . , =\ ,
vpntuit,. m:ti it DOSSJOa
SR. will tcconiplish f^r ihe present no j , --
-tmK^-rira-rsiila IHch^d MiiK" it B!n* "V"" c""tr?m"S
shall have Jwo good. 3 wil
respcct ami confidence
The cotton mills must come to the thereby nulling ami \
cot-ton fields. It has required i;o great position in 1895 where
^_^?f6resig'bz to see that this result was onrtelves of the most fa
inevitable, but very few people have tunity that national poli
been prepared to expect such a general What have the "Fort;
movement so soon.
"" * MINUTES
Til" South will welcome the 2sew I?
England manufacturers. Of course, Of the Farmers* Fir* Insa
ottr krge cities will get the large mills. The Farmers' Mutual
*? ?. enm'oH/Hi Tnof in flip
to-- "We -hould not be surprised, However, ww?wvu
to see cotton mills iri- great numbers visor s office at 12 m.
going up in the small towns. T. P. Mitchell, chairm
I ua& <s*- meeting to order. J. 1
Hill s and Gormans little spat dieted secretary,
doesn't amount to much. AVe do not s. McOormick moved
admire either of them. It is merely a jenfc appoiut three polic
fight between themselves for leader- ^oard 0f directors,, wh
ship. We think that it vro$ld be un- be to readjust and write
fortunate for either to become the sjjan receivcLrfjgS^
leader of the Democratic party. t
Fairfield is rapip^^^^^^^j constitution. S. McC
w lUltt uic p;u|jwij .?
^wy^^stat;, and we shall not 'p^ceht'SS^ToIac
gffigpbe s?-*prised -if rt snail become tne c. s. Ford moved th?
|??Pr Banner Baiter County. We are glau inform all those whos
Hr to note that Genera! B;attyn aud ^een ?agured for mon
Messr.-. Ketchin and Ceuter will stait Yajue ^at their insura
a large creamery at Farmingten, Gen- ded untn readjuste<
eral Bratton s splendid plantation, ^ Lemmon move
about ten mile; from town. We see deul appoint a commit
^ entC1'PnSe C0UlQ T^-Wc ,ml a C
vV4. C7v wTrtrTTU XJ T VVlA^fVr?* * * *- - Jt>?V ' _
/ !-',! man of the board of d
y The plan suggested by an article in descriptive record of a
the Home and Farm for the building 8ured. Carried,
of a cotton factor r Strikes us as a good S.McCormick move
idea. We believe that Mr. J. F. V. Per cent be added to tb
Legg, of our county, suggested a defray expenses and f
similar idea through our columns at creating a sinking f
one time. The -Jan has already been ^ Carlee moved t
given, but it Trill i!o no harm to repeat at*on elect a counscl.
it The plan is briefly to organize a T. K. Elliott moved i
?v"Cotton Manufacturing Association," written to an amo
and the members subscribe one-fifth S2,000?when, if fire o<
of their cotton crop for the year to the result in a great*
capital stock. Two or more counties amount of $2,000.
might join together in the enterprise. T. K. Elliott moved
The writer's figures are wrong in the *? issued by the A
article referred to. lie says if the embody, as Near as p
^ district makes 40,000, and one-fifth is conditions and limitatic
contributed, at $25 per bale, it would protection and loss cc
_.iV T , constitution and bv-]a*
cave ;*z,uuu to uegm witu uanuary x, ?
1896. The amount, of course, should g0C^at!0n?
be $20,000. This would enable any Mitchell waj
section, after two or three years, to re-elected presideut.
manufacture its own cotton. Other was e^ecte(^ secretary ai
\ sections in thc_cottou_belt would sootl^^* ^IcCormick move-j
y ^adopTtEir^Tau' treasurer be
yr manufacture its own cotton. And ^i$ scrv^ces- Carried.
^ then as Mr. F. T. Neely says: "She'll The followingdirecto
have the world in a sling, the financial Township No. 1--*,
question will be settled, and 5-cent ^J. F. V.
- . . ' . - Tnwnshin NTn. *2?T.
cotton will be a thing--of the past, j ~ ? - The
farmers Trill in a great measure J- Stevenson, C. S. ]
becoms the manufacturers of their Township No. 3-?j
own cotton,, receiving the profits "a- j ^or^> W* S. McD.
comin? and agoinV-" We would like I Towt,ship No. 4?1
to hear from some of Fairfield's far- I T* L- Jolll|stou, H. G. 1
mers on the subject. Fairfield County Townsnip No. o-S
alone in :wo or three years could m'cs> C. Reeves, B.
bui?d a largs factory, and would soon Township No. C?J
cotz-siyne>Xil the cotton made in the Lewis Sha
county. It seems to us it is entirely Township No. 7?F.
practicable, and we should like very p- Smart, Samuel D
much to see the farmers take hold of j Tcnv sll5P Xo- S~T- J
the matter. It is certainly the best! ^a'cuJnie, D. A. Bcooir
plan yet suggested to get rid of the ! Township No. 9?II.
. surplus crop. _ j J- It. Cnriee, J. B. Burl
I TVvovichin ">Cn. 10?.1.
? T . "L- I < .lark, 6. I). Leitner.
3IcLaurin JIauls The Kiag. !
! Township ><c. 11?J.
Congressman McLauren can stand it. j Eagsdale, 15. II. Yarb~>r
no longer. lie submits "his own j Township No. 12?J
peer liar opinions of the situation," in i W. J. Crawford,
a letter to the Columbia Register. j Township No. 13?R.
In; Constitutional Convention is near j R. Y. Lemmon movec
at hind., and he thinks that the time j urer collect only from t
for a.crton has arrived, and he is not I members of the a-?sociit
. Willi ig longer to stifle his convictions j the Broom fire in settliu
i^^^^"-wheilier he loses his office or not by j Carried.
fflHBg; expressing ?hem frankly. j T. P. Mitchell, T. K.
HPt We cannot ;.grte with him that "no j Cormiek and J. R. C
one expected 'the movement' of 1S00 | pointed a committee o
. v " rr* t T\rw?v\) & f nrr. o Ks A_ 1 I a?i
< V Vil* iUt iliV iutv m V uk/cv~ ^UllSUl UllV/II
lately hostile camps." This was in- The meetiii?r then adj<
e?itable from the way in which "the J.R. Cckle:
movement" legan. However, it is
unnecessary 10 discuss tbat now. Sec tlie Worl(1.s Fairfor
It is tree ihat "in our own section Vp(m th(J lweipt of y(
and among cur own people signs of fifteen cents in postage ;
decav a:e visible." The Democratic maiI J'011 our,/'
, . .. , FOLIO OF THE \\ OttLD'S (
party w.lh oar people shows vistole position, the regular pric
^^^g^^^gKS of decay. It has been poisoned but as we want you to^liav
he says, that ''the interests ^tatns^ful^ pa^e* view
are identical," and satfsfied^vitfc it, after vou
?w.aaaM acgan?aa n?etaM>? ~irrr-r*-! bmi ?m?i
he HE DID SAY IRISH POTATOES. ' them is due th
ii have been ?. . j for cnterpi
ii la~t vear to * ' Lwmt. j does. They
. " i;.;. 0i j Wc ?fo ii ' know whv t he Newberrv ; cou raged in th
u 1 ? Hero/./ awl Xar.c shonfd ?eek to (JisinrS j ?.hclferrc^.,r
eecht'S of ihe j tjie ?ii* n <?i pea* ami s_> i witn the \ nn
wore nothing J to 5pexk, t':af is now prevailing ;n iln: j cannot mitwu
show that the j State 0:1 i : q-ision . f rai-fi^ j gestion on an (
s' clu'i"" to ore a '' "i^c1' !>? ii j <:: ing a c-til-'i: j '"Jf dP a new (
iuer of course ? ,T !"'?*r""" :,an,: .?!>?"?."??! "'I"
I not recall O.i '"h ins'a ' ihat our con-j * > lio s hogs \
a,*us. j temporary h i- rep >ru ?i :hc |<:< >cw:i-; brand new i.?
rmonizing the of any p:^ i f ix;a > v. i:s cojniv. potatoes." If
to do ihat we l,evenh? h s? u rises ai.d n nn. ks j suggestion abi
follow-: Fairfield joinii
PC atP' I'iiK Xeics ami Cornier v.;,: ' F.;i - j sertinff that th
'ran meal,more field c..u-.jv makes me oe-t b.d f.r Club alone sol
doQiinated the agricultural irninigran's ?o far report- ' last year. Wc
destinies of a j 1' P'-"'k a' o cents u pou.sd ank i Herald wouli
sweet and Irish potato.-s a 30 oru s a j but sincc it i
fl(r> ,,o:hiny ! about the bill
rhe\ aie mak- wii!. M;\ II. S. Wvlip said he \vo::l<i know if the Ja
;ol the Consti- contract to deiiver" eweet puUtoes in or countv, can
I therein* per- town and put ibo:u up fur the barer at as the ladies o
nnwpr imi?F 30 c.mis pe~ bnshe!, and make monev that departm
f?. ?it. Cut ll-s.lid s:v irisii iiuiu- Wc doubt it.II
tnt-, white toe;j '"lie Irish potatoes would co-t Xo, the cam
negro, will be more, b:u o'.u lands wil: prx.litc -as pared ir niv '
].? Wc are ?? <*<?!>"> *? amM.'. down and lim
least sees tLis, We' , ,lVC 1K,t t,i(1 .j,.,, Mr j The .Veir? a,
Wvlicsaid lti>h p;?ta:uof. What wo Tiik Xkws a
beki together sakl way. dis inctlv, ih.it ih Winn-- siiow un i'lin"
- linro Xkws iad IIkkai.d s.M i!:ar " i | . 1 ' 1'
fiimi* r.it*jj cntro
OI 5'JUilS, 1 II LIS
/>> gentleman" of Fail field couiry s.-ii.i j . * "WV
s 0 Irish potaiou.s. The les?iiriuny uf our J, impossible to !
ici to prevent Winnsboio couternp >r?ry befne u? | advantages ii
? of the execu- ami is as we qn ted ir, as f >!lo*s: j <rjvc i]lC r,Jin;
bv unlimited UA gentleman who ss greuih invr I shorllv Wc
ested in the mr t;-r. iiinl wh:? has ilwi e ,
intimidated . . ? . . , - in f}ir?
as much to astute the img coate t m j111 lul' JUUU1U
ng thera of the ^,js county as any man in if, says that and the State
:al self-govern- Irish potatoes are jo Si suited lor these 1 port fnilv bv 1
?. two months (.\Jav and Jane) and whet- (
10 AUiai.cc lias ?,oilcd ma!? a? W feci. I ONr,
He says that the potatoes sh-mld oe
iply converted pjantcd early, and with care in plant- Loxotcavx,
litical machine ing and cultivating can be rai.-ed a>
iuld make the -heap a? sweet potato." p;Crt 1 "
it a.oni-n ticularlv tne
jv licrer *)?Ll6 ^ ^ } ?1G tI1HL uu tiiiin^ I =
. .. monev" sellii-g sweet potatoes of ids a-id hosiess M
men ate a raid 0VVI1 ra;sj?g?-^t 30 Ci 11 s a bushel, do- J a;u| t]Kj..
bated breath*" lived in town." The inte:os;e(T yen- j . , 1
?avs Mr. Mc- tleman sai.1 Irish potatoes can lie resiac!)ce 011
ler in this con- raif<? ''** ci;MP as sweet poiaioe.-v' n?st., where a
^ and if that d >cs not menu that iIk'V ber ot Longlo
?, pi event ttie cm bo rai-cd for 30 cents a bushel, and escorts. Yesit,
and traine even for !e?s thin 30 cent> a bnsh<.:i. v-eie
I command the we do not know whit it means. How- ? :
of the people, it is not our affair. Is. appears *ail'er S'i"0llP
. - ' on the lace of the returns as though j where, in ot
lacinir us in a i-< -,.f i ? r i .
Jb airfield can grow Irife-h potatoes admirer of a
i we can avail cheaper than Newberry c:n yJ'ov/| where i
.vorable oppor- chem, but wo must leave the Jlcrald I
ties then otter." a-^clcs and The News and Herald j ^a:ncs ?* var
to v ' I to settle this question between "them, j with social ch;
' " j lHie Newberry Herald and Sews has ! evening, then
- - I 'i - 1 ?
said nothing about the Irish-potato- me auuux-iuj
swcel-potato-sorghum-raiscd hog1 that us was a b
ranee Corapany. we know of. But the editorial in the lemonade, apj
Insurance As- News and Courier concerning Fairfield's to which we d
County Super- cheap pork and potatoes as an induceFriday.
Hon. meat to immigration appeared before w^i^nnch ji
an, called the the inlerview of Mr. YTylie (or the^J^Tfer the ss
it. Curlee was substance of it) did in the colot^ss^ commenced tc
that paper, and as Mr. . dispersed to
. . .. . & intei- feeling well ri
that the presi- view \\a< pur^j^S-"" , , urA.i
, ,, ? _^*^5i7cd three days before Wcrcc. ass
;v holders as ai , Reeves and 1
> K-U?r?r?i?w of -?hc forested gco
tleraai." we naturally concluded that un(ioubtedly '
insurance, it was referring' t<> Mr. W>lie and hove attends
heir compensa- merely wanted to put Mr. Wjlie be sure and n
tllowed bv the straight on the record, for lie doubted ne^t winter, I
" and repeated
ormick moved raising them as cheaply, and said so to j famj7v
lued at. its true our reporter. grow lees."
not more than However, "the interested gentleman" more sociable
. Passed who has experimented more with Irish 'n= ulK* uev
it the secretary potatoes than Mr. W., says that he has j The'rain c
e property has nothing to take back, but can prove j hope. Jousidc
i c.WV,..' if,.
5 tban its "true his proposition to me sausiauu-jw =..^>
ou? bl-zzard 1
uce stands sus- any .nan. _ will ihe ct?
I. If we sinned in drawing me line on killed,
d that the presi- Irish potatoes in reference to Mr. Tlu: farine>.
tee of four to Wylie, out* esteemed contemporary has their sweet
onstitution and sinned in making false charges against ^ |y",t ^
irecfo.-s keep a | iiIg h? gel"m i xeft' oTi^^ews'"u :icrcVf61r-"]~ "We'r^nfcV
.11 property in- aid7' and "Herald and News." yonug 'town
At any rate, the article should pnt |,ca-. .Cu?e^
d that a small Newberry on her mentle as to big perhaos"may
ie assessment to hogs, and wc expect to hear of some who knows v
or the purpose big hogs from that county. We guar- Mr. Scott 1
iud. amee they have ?Ot them. ?* *''s sc,10y'
lint tin Associ- -- a.M enrnilme:
Juhnson's Magnetic Oii, horse brand, j ???', !"c)11100'
that no risk he ^ a powerful liniment especially pre- Mau'ic
pared for external u?e for persons and ?
... j:? i.. .. ? , , rt,J near :nr. A
um mwcuujjj all diseases 01 norses anucaiue. zl.vv dnnniuf \ or
icurs, such fire siz^ 50 cts.; 50 ct. size 25 cts. Winns- muc[1 gn^c'css
ir loss than said b?ro ^ruo Store. Mi?s jjrawl
that the policy sorgiium axd potatoes, and a ^vecann'o
. 4. r >*e\v issue. pitaaie pco?p
ssociation shall ?. schools, and \
possible all the We printed a few days ago the young ladies
>ns in regard to Winnsboro News axd Herald's re- Come and s
iiitaiiied?in the po?tofMr H. S. Wylie's successful men.
" ,. venture in feeding hogs ten months
vs of this As- 0^t of t|ie twelve on "sorghum and Read Aver
potatoc" at a cos: of "not over three druggist will
s unanimously cer.ls a pound" for his pork, and ask-. no;e (he woi
T Iv Elliott ec^ ^or pai'ticulars about the supply, tisni. cw?rr
(i preparation and proportions of the ecz^tnn, dcbil
[id treosurerer. uovej ufee(j?? for tiie information of by flic ns:: of
i that the secre- other farmers who might like to ex only .Sarsap;:
paid $100 for periment with it. Our contemporary World's Fair.
| answers promptly as follows:
"Mr. Wrlie savs: Sorghum cane! Rio
r?weieelected. an(| potatatocs are fed separately;! Ridgkwav.
T. G. Wolling, potatoes are boiled (salted occasion-1 T ?
Legg. ally.) From October until April he lia3
M Bouhvare feeds on potatoes: they will not keep ' hricr nyi^libyi
p*.' t. ' longer than April. The sor^hunrcane ! Do veii occiiii
L?iice, Ji. ^ is cut down and thrown to tho hogs: j Mis. Dr. B
F. M. Iliggins, n0 chopping or preparation of any j ]' [' " ,
jnald.g kind. Cuts his canc when good ripe I "!:tJ !iCCt ^rank
A. Nell or nearly so; ihe riper the canc tiic! Duwd!,
^ ' * 5 better results from feeding it. lie Mr. (J. W. '
y ^ j plants three crops of canc about a one iu-i vnca:
amuel McCor-; month apart; thereby has it as iie yt. q"\ '
F. Cass. Is. ! needs it. Cane will keep six weeks or . *i:' ''
no. Jr. Jones ! months after cutting, but more 'nlu ":s (nv-1' 1
1 j nutritious when first cut. pi. d bv Mr. 1
' P' j "He never tried Irish potatoes as a Miss Etve:
M. Gausuen, | food solely, but will do so f->r the for r0
uBose. j months of May and June. But a gen- *.
L Bnlow, J. B. tleman who is greatly interested in the n i ' lu
I w<itoroo Pi-iyp Hinh ?in<* nnifhor b."<?!?ier, Mr. ?
* the water in which the Irish potatoes Mr. E. L\ JL:
i. Lemmon, were boiled nor the peelings killed the sri;,c"tv-t>r
ey. hogs. On the contrary it fattened '.'
M.Steele. J.W. them. Mr. Wylie says that there is t-'Wisr.
always one-tenth of the corn in the A g;?-! 1111
p ~ ? crib which is only fit for hogs?nub- weist u:> ui>.
tarry, J.Ii. ^ins au(j diseased ends, which will u.h..^ !*-on?e
'ough. feed for the months of May and June ' '
. It. Harvey, if you do not have the Irish potatoes." v|':
*'| it appears from what is said here -id i he in
. I and in the fo'*ner articic on the same" Mr. A. F.
Li. Martin. j subject that Mr. Wylie feeds his hogs vi-ir ret
1 that the treas-1 on boiled sweet potatoes from October '\.V~ ,
hose who were until April, on refuse corn during '*:i:?':u
ion srevious to ' anc* J"ne> but *eC(l Irish}1 he I ho'ogra:
j potatoes in preference during those so.;:;.
go. tnat claim, j two tliis year, and on sorghum y,,. jj# \:
i cane from the 1st of July to October, " "'V y. V
Elliott, S Mc- planting three crops a month apart ., l ' ' *
!-Pnr flip nnrr.nsft of keeninir un the iI' -o/tr,
uriee were ap- vwv< i? -- t
;i bv-Iawg and suPPly at the stage for feeding Mr. K. A.
uses. Phe >,ews axd Herald fail- n,, 5, ,
j to answer the question whether the *,t,llUci
Dnrucil. j cane seed and fodder are fed with the i ijl'0;V11e,
Secretary. j rest ?f the stalk, but this is of no ?rea* Succc-s to 'J
consequence perhaps. The statement
j that "the sorghum cane is cut down
Fifteen Cesjs- and thrown to the hogs" indicates a
;ur address and f c'ean ?weep'?that "everything goes.- Those wiio bn
stamps, we will io our suggestion, it? coo- discovery knyi
)uvE.\m Pout- i nection with another'Vubject,' that the I nor> l! i.ve ;
JoLrMniAN Ex ladies of Fairfield Countv, and ofi 't^ut>"
eis Fifty cents, even- com.tr- b(. admitted f"5"1,
eone* we make_-OT^r<r^ ,1 <u V ^ ,t0 name anJaddre
will find it a Ciubs??t>r the beneat of the (l icaijo, and j
> be prized. It !? . . our Wimisboro conteinporarv Kir.j-'s Xow Lif
> of the great says \ " * copy of Guide "
is of same", and j "We have this to ^av abc*if the *nstri,etol'> i''ree.
J If not j ladies in the \Fateree Club, ihat "thev
t voutai?2J^]y interest in the club, its
you ke.p tLe mtfiagement, annual dinners, etc.,
O., Chicago,III W ^ring the year lS94vthey sold 500,000 box.
?? XT-s^nrrfrrra?*ti-< mm?rw mi -i i rnr??t a i
e greatest share of praise
rise in all that Fairfield I ^ ^ un
eir <rood work."
onb'c wc find in dealing : *>$ & g
isbaro paper is tliar. it.- ?
a plain question or sag- j a s S
>ld matter without start-'
viiiioti! iiitMxluelnjr Uie 52? ^vi
-ue of i->ui-^!)uni ami fejgsJffi Wff j~~
could not answer our! y\ *&&& * ??\
?iu the ^ood \yonicn of | a yr?i
5 wish The '.Jsrvts and j
i stick to its text closer, j
?as mentioned the fact: Cattoria is I>r. Samuel Pit
:a1S I aud CWWr9n-14 C0Etaini
;'ia'" ?3 <.i.o(i :l record ! other Narcotic substanc<
t (he U ;t:crcc_ Club in j jror Paregoric, Drops, Soc
cnr of home industry.' .
-A ctr.s and Courier. j ~i'' ^ Its
; 5> i.ot cut up or pre- Millions of Mothers. Cast
ivay: :r is .-imply "'cut fcvcrishaess. Castoria j)
>w:i to the hogs." cnrcs Diarrhoea and V
t>; Conner cannot expect teething troubles, euros
NL> IlKIi.M.D to fail to _ . . . , ,,
. , Castoria assimilates tlic
i>vcmc:iL brought out bv
cstion?. and ^raiu it is aad *>o^els, giving hea
tell of all of Fairfield's toria is the Children's P
! one article. We will j
crsoni- [joints un celery Castoria.
appreciate jlieir mtcrest "Castoria is an ercellent medicine for ct
,'liiciil of Fairfield Conntv dren- Mo&crehave repeatedly told mo of
^ jjcod cffect upon their children."
rs.. /-. r.
i;cuciaii\ uiiu >v a i iv- ;
* j i/'W. u. V/. vsuv/vw
ivay of assistance. ' Lowell, Ma
- _ ?- ? j ?? Castoria is the best remedy for children
j rO"\\ X NEA\ which I am acquainted. I hope the day is r
" , far distant when mothers will consider then
Jan. 1- Suciabies are interest of their children, and uso Castoria
:%joyab!c (jco-imous ?par- stead of the various quack nostrums which j
one five si bv in5!:.* 1) >?t destroying their lo-red ones, by forcing opiu
? * ' morphine, soothing syrup and other hurt.
I. an:l .Mi"-. It. 0. Ik.ec>03 agents down their throats, thereby sendi
fhier, Miss Lena, at (heir them to premature graves."
last Fridav evening 1 lib Dr- j-F" tocnzL0z
. . , ,, -' Conway, A:
s-emb.ed a gooalv namevil's
fairest maidens and 2510 Company, 71
sweet and fair and smil3y?
for a sweeter and
cannot be found any- ] t-.' rw?a^==co-... < v..M= ?ran
jlldgmenc. A U0il- j T\v?*ijty Creek Piiragrapts.
iiioe, attractive \oung jj:s? Mary Fiatiigan has return*
s be, ana wno can he he? q , itmbia ami reopened h
ioua kind, intermingled g^oo). r|;|13 p^-ons are we'd pleas*
it, was the order of the wjth Iierwe
were summoned into Messrs. \y. jr, aJKi e. II. IJogan-a
m, whws spread before I vi3iti!lir ^.jaiives in Sumter. ,
ountilul supply of cake, The tna rimonial murkei ig<e
)le?. raisins and candies,. q.ajct.
d^fuUjasticc. This, in- Ml/ vv> iins. IIo^l^Tboaght 0
ite a ^p*^toail? aud of lhc cs ;u?d is weli pleas
idebtcd to Mr. ana 1 ^iuTiTT*'
ime. lhc smad bouto The Mormon eiders arc still in tl
) crccp upon us and we
\\"o hrtrnofs I SCCilOll.
U U l I v-^sw-y** ? ^ ?? ?
epaicl for ocr visit. Miss Browne, of I?i<l?ewi
urC'l that Mr. and Mrs. has charge of :!?o school at the Dn
their daughter have cer- Rell?0.;,.;.,.c,. . .. ,_,00.i al[e,
e first prizi, as this was SCIUO.-..M.M, ..iu .m> .1 go< t. auci
the best sociable that we &J|ce.
ri for years. You must Mr. Lovi? Sharp, of Bear Crei
?peat if. Mr. llieves?not ha* been very sv.k, and is in Uoiuinl
luit previous to that time; under ir> arm-itu >!' I).-. Kendall.
success to you and your arc kiad to learn tint he is better a
ay your shadow never wii! return ho:ne in a lew days.
We must indeed have January 14. twexv ckeek
s. * ' Ivee? the ball mov- ? ??-?
er let her Stop," is OUr Cannot l>c Cured
by loea applications a-? ihoy canr
;rop i? ?a!'e wc think and reach ih; ti:s;;a?cd portion of the e
ring the terrible siege of j There i ony one '.v:sy to cure dc
; but to day another scti- nes>, and ih-it is b> onstituiio:
s upon us with a vim and ren.e.iie;. Peafnes? is caused by
.in ciop is in danger of infl-r.rscd condition of the mucous 1
ing of the Eustachian Tube. \Yi:
- .-.n.wi h w n Insinsr this tubs is ir.llained you have aru
poia'yes i>v r.)t?some | bling sound ot imperfect hearing, a
i of them. when it is entirely closed,# Deafness
Carter and family have the resu!:, and unless the infla:nmati
isaian Mr. Nicholas A. of ten arc uanscd by catarrh, whicl
5 to loeate in our midst. nothing but an inflamed condition
"baching"' it awhili, but the mucous surfaces.
Soon tiro of such, and Wo*. i!: <r:,"0 One. Hundred Do!!
ir'hcn. and >o on. lor a'iy c;i-.v; <_ ; Deafness (caused
ia-: resumed the exesclses catarrh) that cannot bs cnre?1 bylla
i:i Upper Longtown vntii Catarrh Cure. Send for circu'ars: fr
:t oi lit'ty pupils. If a F. J. Ciikxev &,Co , Toledo, O
i> seaixhinr for a good SF'^c'd by Druggists, 7~>z.
iave found him. j - ? ?
: Bray lias opened a school !
ustin IVays. she is a
i:*?T la 'v and \vc wish her | "
Svhen fJc.'v* -was sie'e, r:o h-:-r Cx. joria.
ey Wil:, WC liii ici'Siftiul, "When she 'was a Child, sac crktl for Castoria.
:iio(>? >oou. _ T\T:ea she became Miss, she clan^ to Castoria.
U?t Of SOC'.CtV, 1105- _ .
le, two church:?," three badCIuldrcE,sh0gavethciaCaston
vu have a? pretty a set of
as can be found anywhere.
ce for yourselves, young _
? vKRtTE. Children. Cry for Pitcher's Castor!
Almanac, which vour " ???
!i, scrofula, dyspepsia.
ii.y, humor?, and so?x-.?. Caused by Carelessness.
Aycr's Sarsapai ilia, liie The majority of people die sooner ti
iriiia ad mi lied at the they should- Evidence of this fact is gr<
ing daily. "Waring says: " Disease is r.t
?? consequence of life; it is due to r.nnatu
GE A A\ 3)OTs. conditions cf living?neglect, abuse, war
Jan. 21.?Mr. W. F. Dr. Stephen Smith, cn th.e same su'j<
iemoved to the Green- Man is hern to health and long life; c
, ease is unnatural, death, except frcm
rhixxi and Mr. 5>. K. Me- ngC j3 accidental, and both are prevent a
iii - Ji-nner resi-.lcr.ee. by human agencies/' This is chncst inv;
owl has moved 5ssto the ably true of death resulting from hcait (
. ; wujc. vtuuwa utci"wauutui| jiiicjllii>l";
occupied by ->I!'- . *c- use of tea, coffee, tobacco, alcoholic or otl
i stimulants arc generally the causes of 1
M,.o. o has yonc iu'o the I diHiculty, and indifference to its progress
, , m -n . i suits in sudden death, or longsickness ci
e l by J-i's- l>o\(l. ing in death. By the newspapers it can
Uo.-boi ouah lias moved seen that many prominent and hundreds
evidence forinerlr occti- persons in private life die from heart c
ifoorc " ease every day.
) If you have any of the follov.ing5.yj1
;iia ilsj7borough left ibis toms: shortness of breath, palpitation, ii n
!umbi:i: from ti.c.e she ular pulse, fainting and smothering ?] f'
lorida on a V.mi to her I>a^ in shoulder, side, or_ ami, swell
_ ankles, etc., begin treatment immediately 1
Join A. Kojouruiigij. heart disease. If you delay, the consequcm
ip?couib ai:d I'maily left may be serious.
' ;a .... }n For over 20 years Dr. Franklin Mi:
V J Ili> >r wla a ? ?cil IU , , t A i 7
the eminent specialist, has made a proton:
study of heart disease, its causes and <t:
L.I \ u%?i v%J >v .( * i?ii- it u.iu liiaiiv \ji wie uiav-uvciic? m u?
1 ":.u ''s ciircction are due to him. His New He-:
" ' i' Cure is absolutely the only reliable rc?:e<
k:?.t '.vcv... :;:im i xri'CfS- r,)r tjie cure 0I* j]Cart disease, as is j-rov
>vl-!1 c;itt?;:ii i,-<1 cuii- by thousands of testimonials from
itfi-uiunt woussi.jr. pl-rscns wlw hare usecUt. "
James A. Pa:n, euitor oi the Corry. IV... L< n<U
Kiili' ;>.1: i r u slates: "After an apparent recovery from tl.;
, ' months of la trrippc. I fell on thu street i:j:"
t u; s'?} soious from heart disease. In one month i'n
1 i 1 ,.?t Sno- thai time I was nr.nhle to walk across riy ic<:
11 1 ' ' an<l my pn'scl>eat from ?5 to 116 times r. iniiii::
v,;:I l>c wit'i US I then' nsed I>r. Miles' XcvrHeart One. an<;
'' o:;ee became stronger. After tisiin: six hv-ix'sv.-us
able to work as usual and walk r. mile c-v.
. , . . dav. rav pulse ranging l'rom OS to 60. Dr. Mil.
I :n nl i , i V- 1 >r. ililes'Xcv/Ilear't. Cure "is joMJ.v-n <lr-;
juv.hl ..i pi.iu, ui ?i.,. grjjj.jj. on a pf^irjve guarantee, or by Dr. Mi!
v? !r -c !i:i? expired. Medical Co.. Elkbart, Ind., on receipt cf price.
, per bottle, six for express prepaid. It i.s
; cfr.-l ?::s? uu> been up- tivelv free from opiates or dangerous druss- P
ti:n11 ins; cad of Mr. .7. A. g1"5'25^ Frcc book at druggists,,
Sold by WIXXSIJOnODUItG STOR]
I'iis Nnvrs axd IIerald. -gy^^g
All lice. ' is sold witfliwrittt
& ,*A cuarantec *o cu:
ve used Dr. Kind's X-jw /.MsrvcusP.-ostr
rV its value, and thosy who ,v/ i'-js tion, Fits, Bizz
now the opportunity to try ^
l tne auveruseu a ?> > i j iaiBass,cau.-c(ieye:
Bottl , Free, Sen: umr ccwivcateofOpitc
S:> to II. E. liueRlcn S^uaDcS
?<:t a sample box of 1'r. -SErrOnc - AFTER* sioi "softening <
? Pills Fiec, as v.'eli as a the Srsin. c&usinc Misery, Ensanityand Daatf
to Her.!th and Hous-hold Sarrcn xrcpotcncy, Lost Power-a
. All or which is ?uanin>oil
^:i^^^ Ycut -lJ-bk"c t&? j5"6^ Tmcf o"?
\ i AI*? AA1 V A A At ?*
cher's prescription for Infants
; neither Opium, Morphine nor Brokers, Lomniissioil 3V
i. It is a harmless substitute
thing Syrups, and Castor Oil. OoUon Euj"
anteo is thirty years' use hy
oria destroys "Worms and allays ^
revents vomiting sour vuru, j ?
find Colic. Castoria relieves '
; constipation and flatulency.
food, regulates the stomach
ilthy and natural sleep. Cas? '0(101^ HIT T
anacea?tiie Mother's Friend.
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
'ts I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me." ^ _ ^ ^
, 11. A, AKWUiVA) M. A/.f .
ss. Ill So. Oxfcrd St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
of " Our physicians in tho children's depart- w u
lot ment have spoken highly of their experi?1
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
in- and although -we only hare among our
Lre medical supplies what is known as regular
m, products, yet we are free to confess that the
fui merits of Castoria has won us to look with
ng favor upon it."
United Hospital and Dispensary, j
Boston, Mass. |(inPA|IJ ,
rk. Allen C. Smite, Pres., \l F I I j\ | l
! Murray Street, Now York City. vi jjujuu
C1 * a, KTri ; ; npipTQ GIVEN T
er o A "J Q"' i Jl 6
-i i Uratii ml
This week we inaugurate our grand
,v annual Clearance Sale of Clothing,
1 pieparatory to taking inventory of
1<e stock and in order to meet the requireid
ments of the reduced tariff on -woolen
fabrics. Never before have such values
been offered in this city, and now is
your opportunity to secure a Suit or an pj t a K.TT
ji? Overcoat at prices which will not e f?* | ^ /\ j\
duplicated elsewhere. * ' *
afl $I0-5? J" Reduced tojjj) / a 0 0
;n; ! Reduced om n!
is $io*u c to jl w
^r^lTTlNrs" OV .IL - ~
l0t Former Prices: L| j LK^flL}
iK ?50}Reduced 45.00
ec- SS.50J .
' ?" ??) ?,.... <Mn
5>i0.uo ruxiuceci to j y
Our stock of Men's Furnishings is r
tlie most complete to he found in this
city, and contains a full line of Launa.
dered and Unlaundered Shirts, Natural
Wool and Camel's Hair Underwear,
Neckwear, stylish Hats, Foster, Paul
and Company's celebrated Kid Gloves
for men, etc.
o We have accepted the agency in this
city for the celebrated Hamilton, Car
i ^?*/i ?r;n
jaaxu auu \suu.ijjaiij V>cacvho au?i >Y;U
keep a full line of sizes in stock.
Our new location is at 13S Main >,
Street, next to Lorick ?& Lowranee. jdff^ )0I1( 01](ji
H M. L. KINARD,
ccr. Men's and Boys' Outfitter,
M 4T SIGN OF TEE GOLDEN S rAB
"i- COLUMBIA, & ('.
A NEW SUPPLY OF P13X1161*$
rpr I Combining Numerous In
Points of Merit
;; j: Cheapest and Most Popular
v j for Windows.
: T> r Ct. i <. BEFORE THEV MAK]
"; Buy for profit, keep up to
date and get the best. A new
!> WINDOW POLES mexts elsew
:! ... I
us low as con be bought in
orj Columbia and Augusta. Save
2. |your express charges.
jE. W. PHILLIPS .
f-10 -3 Burial Cases and
% DR. E. C. JETER, " TDE raDEBS,6SE
i " line of '.he latest designs
s-i Physician and Surseon.
2| Offers Ills profcssFiial services to tie 4M
g|^rl-oa5TdtosVjenkinsville,S.C. " modera,e P???- 1
f ! pro^p:U-, uight and da
E||\ CLERK'S SALE. SSVV>S\ ,
i J Hi i STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. rj
David P. Crosby vs. Lizzie A. Crosby,
W. Walker Crosby, as Trust e?.
f!hori?s Anorii?ra Crosbv, Walker
Ernest Cros^bv, Lizzie M. Boulware,
' lormerlv Lizzie Al. Cri-sin*, and
ij Ellen M. Crosby.
XN pursuance of an order of the
C-T.rt of < .' inmon Pleas, marie in
1 lie above stated case, I will offer for
pale, before the Court House door ir.
\yiiui>b'?ro, S C., on the - 1
FI LIST MONDAY IN FEBRUARY |
ncxr. within the le<ral hours of sale, at I
r , - , ptibii-: ou crv, to ;he highest bidder,
Lercnants and rt:e f??liowjng described property, to
1 - r 1 ^ ^ .3
"All that ti'Hrt or parcel oi jauu,
lx injr iii the County of Fairfield, in the
State aforesaid," on the public road
i!-H<iin:r lrotn Crosbvville by CoM
Uiaiich Church, containing -m
OXE nUN'DHEO -VXD THIRTY-THREE 9
S mut-e or Jess, and bounded on lJ
the "south \hv lauds <>f the estate of
Cu;hbeit Pribi^ on the east by lands JB
belonging, or t'hreaerly belonging, to
Srj J. \V E*tes; on the nwnh frr JnwA^of ?
W. W. Crosby, and on th2 west
(J # lands belonging, or formerly belong- Wm
ing, to Chesiey Crosby and others." Jgra|
TERMS OF SALE: #??
"One-third of the purchase money-to fl|
be paid in cash, the balance in two 193
equal annual instalments from day of ^B|
saip. with interest from the day of
sale, to be secured by the boud of the MH
purchaser and a mortgage of the prem- InH
ises sold, or for all cash at the option
of the purchaser. The purchaser to -49B
pav tor all m-cessarv papers." Ira
R. II JENNINGS, mm
Clerk's Office. C. C. C. P. F. C. gig
VVinnsbcro, 6. Jan. 11, 1895.
IT fiWTiAY ffl
I __ THE ST ASM BARB. ^ | Sg
' I DURANG^-fM
IRheumatic Remed}| 1
0 ^ Has sustained its reputation for IS years < 8S8B
as being the standard remedy for the taPH
quick and. permanent cure of Rheuma- & SH
tism, Gout, Sciatica, etc.. in all its forms. fgjg
^ It is endorsed by thousands of Physi- O 3BH
<> cians, Publishers and Patients. It is o Mi
^ purely vegetable and builds up from the Q MMB
first dose. It never fails to cure. O
0 Price is one collar a bottle, cr six ^ ^SMHrB
? bottles for five dollars. Our 40-page Pam- <> taMHi
^ phlet sent Free by Mail. Address, xaS
n i --- t Hnran^fi Rheumatic Remedy Go. | JB|
WW < 1316^ Street,Washington, D.C. ? J???
l ? Durang's Liver 1-ills are the. best on ^ jgj|
^ earth. They act with an ease that makes ^
them a household blessing;. x
T 2? SICE 25 CT3. PES SOS, or C B0SE3 FOE $1. % jf?
X T02 SALE 37 D2UGGIST3. ^ FWTTm
- JACOBS'PEAEMACY CO., 11
Wholesale Agents, Atlanta, GaggllB
If You Want to Know How SB
*-< ** O Good Buggies are Made, m
Oar seat fran3cs are :uade of wld'e
ash, thoroughly glued together at corn- sjS
ers and a symmetrical fckirt cat on ;
Panels are made oval by arranging flR
the n.achir.e with a special rig we have ISi
gottew up, po that when the, seat is
finished it presents a convex surfaci.'-. jjgjg
thus causing ihe varnish to shpw to ' 'f&M
* .srocd advantage, and giving the v^hicj^g?
a handsome appearance, -'"eats ar J3
" :""' tn n r??iff#>rn SO fhj -mEII
tnorouguiv nujjcv* t\y ~
they are all alike, and backs and 10] ?||
are* interchangeable. The advatitasvJB
-> -r?-n ~r^?r-i ??^ "lie i>' ihuL_if von have one of QL JB
i IiOm li I buggies and want a cushion, back
1 r K 11. H \ top we C.au ses;d \c ; ES
J i ILlUiJU are of-Bfse-^Iuoge Moani?
Oar seals are made by Mr. CicH
Moore wiili a competent corps of?
We prcudly challenge the worlcglw
co-npare seals with us. v ggggHB
Mr. W. M. Patrick, of WoodwaB
has recently acccpted "the agency|S8
our product in his vicinity, and'tfl
be pleased to explain to vou the meS|
BUGGY .rPilEMIUM" CAROL1lB
" i h a r ut i r\ttn at: n rfl
..MUM - KUWil - H
*' * ^1111
and MULES, which I will sell
" * f0r ca?jj or on time until nejcjiS
amine thein before bnjing elsewwgi