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NEWS AND HERALD.
PUJSLISSSV 2VEST WEDNESDAY
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WJNNSBORO, S. C.Wednesday,
Harth 9, - - 1898.
Wj hope in a few weeks to give oar
readers a fall and complete account of
the Fairfield Cotton Mills, bow it was
orgaulzed, what it m?ana, what the
corporation is doinsr, and in abort to
show to the people of Fairfield County
that we hare one of the best equipped
little cotton mills in tbe State, and its
promise of success is most hopeful.
The enterprise ha* started with no
blowing of the trumpet. It has begun
on solid and sabttaatial business
principles, and without any great pretentions
it is the forerunner of a new
era in Fairfield's industrial development.
We have already called attention
to the faci that it is bringing
into activity home skill in the operation
of machinery. Our youns: men,
of the very best class hare not hesitated
to puli off their Jcoats, and start
from the ground floor. It shows grit
full of inspiration for the future, and
it is another fact that the mi.l is tbe
product, principally, of horns capital.
Wh^le we all may regret th*t or
poople have been a little slow in h.i
inauguration of ;indnstrial enterprises
and slow to ssiz-i ths advantages of
local surroundings, it i? a source of
sincer# gratification to know that we
hava made a start, and in to favorable
A view of th? factory is inspiring.
Surrounded by eotton fields, the
th;>ngiit will inevitably crowd the
mind: Why has the South so loig
proioigefl. ih? i?*i!dt?$ of *otton
mi: is? Why should o*p cotton have
ever beeu exportedjto Eoglaad to b?
manufactured, any n?r? tkaa mud
should be .hauled thousands of miles
to b3 made into brick, ?r timber
shipped hundreds and thousands of
miles to find a saw mill? If brick
yards spring up where suitable mad
is found, if saw mills are constructed
in the neigbborlwed of the forests,
whyjshould not sottoa mills rieein
the cotton fields? It is Strang# that
V.AWA V? A I
IU<51C ?UVU!U uavo m UIUVJ. vuwvj
bat the fact remains ail the same. We
need not discuss that now, or why
cotton should hare gont to New
England. We should content our*
selres v?ith baring found out the folly
of feeding northern cotton mill*, and
we are now determined that we skall
do *o no longer. Some strong socialogical
reasons might be giren for the
delay to utilise our natural advantages,
but they would serve no useful purposes.
Let us now fully feel that the
5outh has made full diacovery of its
real advantages, and the utilization of
them for practical purposes will logically
The news is decidedly warlike.
Spain has requested Consul General
Lee's recall and also requested that
the sanding of supplies in warships
shall be discoKtinied. President McKinley
has promptly refased to comply
with the request of the Spanish
Government. This puts a serious
phase on the relations between the
two governments. The question is:
Will Spain make her requests a demand,
and if she makes the requestsas
a demand, will she insist upon a
compliance, and attempt to force this
government to obey the demand. In
tout erent war stems inevitable.
President McKinley says that Lee has
been entirely satisfactory. He can't,
therefore, reconsider the refusal to
recall Lee. The fact that the President
so promptly deelinsd to accedi to
Spain's wishes shows that he is firm in
his conviction that Spain has no
ground of complaint.
This latest development may lead to
serious complications. Spain, after
making these requests and after McKinley's
refusal, may feel herself
iostififd in intercepting the United
States ships. This would ctrtainly
reqmie prompt restntrheat an the
part of our governmeat, and in such
circumstances war would ' certainly
follow. Th<-u again Spaia may take
the position that the investigation into
the Maine disaster at Habana must
stop. The United States would hare
to meet this issue, and we have no
doubt but that President McKinley
would meet it.
Taking u all in all the signs point
The real objsct of the Loud bill w*3
to irjarc country- -weeklies. It has
been killed, and it ooght to have been.
Under th:s bill, it is doubtfnl whether
a publisher could scad a paper to a
delinaneat subscriber without putting
a one-cert postage stamp on it. Asa
great m ?ny subscribers to weekly
paper? do aot pay antil the end of the
-11 ? .1 !J 1 4 A VA
year, an 01 inese wouju ua?o iw w? |
discontinusd. It is chirked that the
Republicans wanted to enact the bill
because n ost of the weeklies are
Democratic, and for party purposes it
would be a good thing to eat off their
circnlation as much as possible.
The President aud cabinet have
turned their attention from Cuba to
Lake City. Both places may require
consideration but it is certain that the
people of the United State# are jnst as
anxious to find out the truth about the
destruction ot the Maine as they are
to have the murderers of Baker
A FRICANA -srll care B&etmatism and
** Scrotal* to Stay Cared.
We may differ from President I
McKinley in man/ things i?at in bis
dignified and conservative ?)urse in
regard to the Maine disaster be deserves
the admiration ?f his countrymen
without reference to political
alignments. His 6onduct has been
worthy of tke high office of President
of the United States.
We made no comment on the
Spartanburg tragedy as ?H>on a? it
hanoened. because we suspteted that
Bivings was insane. His fritnds now
say thai tkey believe him insane.
Oar farmers are busy plowing preparatory
f>r planting. There has been
a qaantity of commercial fertilizers
u?ed ic, this section.
Little Uary Weir, daughter of Mr.
and Mr*. John C. Weir, is quits s:ck.
We hope sn? may soon be convalesce?..
Miss Abalonia Iiobinton, of Covington,
Ga., has been visiting relatives in
Miss Saliie Jenkins, after spending a
few days with 3tTr. J. W. Gibson's
family, returned home this week.
tm ' - ? * ,0A,.A
several irum rcancmnc
! drawn ol the jiry. Some say this
section is always kindly remembered,
especially on an election year. Mr.
Editor, the question is sometimes
asked, why are some people never
drawn on the iary? Simply be3ar.se
! tbelr names so seldom ever get io the
jary box. Thoue who draw lhe jury
should take ten per cent of the voting
list of etch clue in the eointy and put
those name* in the jaty box, which
would be something over one hundred
and twenty-five.names, and draw the
jury from that number of names*
Next summer take those names out,
put in ten per cent of eaeh club again,
being sure to not put in any of the
names that were put in tke box at the
previous drawing. Continue to draw
that way until every voter's name in
.nnnttr 1* Tinf in fh(? flOX. Bt
LUV> VVUilt 7 ^/MV ? ? ? - ,
taking ten per cent of each clnb list in
the county, keeping a correct list ef
thoie that are put in the box, being
sure to not use any set o! names twice
until every vote's name i:i the county
hat been put in the b?x, in three year*
and fo*r mojrths every voter's narae
w*ald go in to* jury kox. I do not
mean to say that every man is the
eounty would be drawn on the jiry in
*n interval of three years and fo*r
months, but . if the above method
should be adopted, it is safe to say
that every man who is eligible or
liable to jury duty wo aid average
beinr drawn' once in an interval of
very ten or twelve years Some men
can ill afford to spaie the time to serve
on the jury, and it sometimes happens
that they are very ofteu drawn.
Others who could better afford to
sDare the time are seldom ever drawn.
If the plan herein suggested were
adopted some people who do not want
to serve on the jury so ofcen would
not b? compelled to ser^e every two
or three years, while others who could
better afford co spare the time, bat are
never drawn, would be pat on; wherefore
if the plan I hare suggested was
adopted almost every one would be
drawn sooner or later.
I am not complaining became of
any disappointment. I have served
both on the petty and grand jury, j
which it enough for me for awhile.
These thonghts cccar to rae, hence the
reason I have written them, not by
way of suggestion, bat I believe the
plan is practical, and I am sare it is
just and equal to all, and it adopted it
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wouia give many wikj wuuiw jik.e iu
serve on the jury au opportunity to
serve and witness the proeeeiing of
The appropriation of 1897 for the
expense of State offices wa? $48,000.17,
instead of $48.17. In closing my last
eommunication, I said if time permitted
and space should be accorded
me I would discuss the advisibility of
some other charges in fnr State
government. I have not got Ne time
at present. It would be a m re opportune
tine just previous to the
canvass. I will reserve what I have
to say for some time in the future.
I have deviated somewhat from the
items of news. It is rather difficult to
write much news on account of the
dullness of the times.
Feb. 28, 1898. Robt. R. Jeffares.
SKIN DISEASES CURED.
For the cure of tetter, iteh, eczama,
erysipelas, and all irritations of the
skin. Dr. Edmondson's Bozema Cure
is the standard. Priea ?0 cents per
Dr. Frank Edasondson,
FIXIXG F0K TKOUBLBFix
up my knapsack, JJolly, an' make
her good an' stout,
Fer things air gitfca' crosswise., an'
Spain an' we air out:
We've lived in peace an' plenty fer a
But things i>ir topsy-turvy, an' Spain
a*' we fair out.
in' "Ril?v?<rit mv rifa?shft'a CHTlV.
shore ter win;
An' lay her on the table, an' I'll grease
her *p ag'n;
She ain't aaen any sarvice sence tkem
ol' days with Lee,
An' she's lookin' right reproachful
from the rusty racfc at m%.
An' Molly?fill the canteen?the battered
one of ol',
With some o' th*t ol' applejick, fer
keepin' out the cold;
An' tht ol'-time regimentals?I don't
keer what they say,
I kin fight n blame sight better in that
faded eoat o' gray!
I mout as well git ready fer the trouble
?ef it comes:
An' not be settiu' idle till I hear the
So, fix mj #1' contraption?, before
they stun the fray,
An' let the baud play ''Dixie." an'
here's one'll shout "Hooray!"
? Frank L. Stanton.
Relief in Six Hours.
Distressirg- Kidney and Blander di<relieved
in six hour* by "Xew
Great Socth American Kixdey
Cl'RE." It is a <rreat sur^he on isocount
of it.* exceeding promptness in
relieving pain in bladder j kidneys and
baefc," in male or female. Relieves
retention of water almost immediately.
If von want quick relief and cure this
is tbe remedy. Sold by W. E. Aiken,
druggist, Winiisbor*, S. C. * '
ALBION AFFAIRS. ]
Death of an Estimable Ididy-.Other Matters
The community of New Hope has
been mnch saddened lately by the
ieatn of Mrs. Emeline Brice, which
took place on the 20th nit Mrs. Brice
was the widow of Dr. Walter Brice,
who preceded his wife to the grave by
twenty y?ars or more. She was a
lady v^ ry highly esteemed oy an wno
knew her on account of ber Christian
and lady-like graccs. Kind in speseb
and act ?he was the exemplification of
the perfect ladv. .she was the mother
of nine children, four of whom are
still living- M-j. T. VV. Briee and Mr.
R. W. Brice, both well known citizens
of Fairfield, Mr. Samhel G. Biice, of
Charlotte, and Mrs. R. J. Brice, of
New Hope. Thrice "war bowed to
her his sabie plumes." Three of her
-:011s, Mike, Jobt; and Scott, fell martyrs
to the cause of Southern rights.
Mr. W. M. Brice, another son, preceded
his mother to the grave le??
than a year. Mrs. Bric3 bad attained
the ui-usuai age of eighty-six. Ber
remains were iiilerrel onthsSlst in
the burying grounds of New Hope
ci ur?h. By h;r death New Hope has
lost its eldest resident.
Some of the l':adin? men of 2few
' - no.j ?n ir.rrm n_
Hope met on lye ioiu uu. auu uf;auitrd
an Immigration Society. The
name of tbis organiza'ion exp.ains its
purport, which is to induce and encourage
others to make their homes
with us Thii, we think, i? a move in
tbe right direction. New Hope, like
other sections of the county, is beginning
to feel the lois of population.
The tendency iowadays is to leave the
country and move to town, consequently
large sections are abandoned
altogether and left to tbe nee roe?, to
be rained by their ignorant and shiftless
method* of farming. We need a
fl>ca of immigration all over the
SoUib. The ?.ims of the New Hope
Immigration society will be chiefly
directed toward* rhe Norih and North
wcm. Rev. Mr. Johnston, the paitor
of New Hope church, is the leading
spirit in the iiSiUiigration movement.
Mr. Johnston, wno was raised in
Ohio, think* ?bat there are numbers of
good citizens throughout the Nerthw?st
who vroEld be glad to mora t ;
the genial climate and fertile fields o
the Sooth if they were mide thoveughly
asquainted with all oar advantage
and offered substantial inducements.
We hope the New Hope
society will meat with abundant su?C9SS.
The stiff breeze the other day blew
over Mr. J. E. Stevenson's new ginbouie.
I guess it will be nothing
more than fair to state that Mr. Steventon
htxilt the (rin-honse himself. He
has the sympathy of (he community in
his Jo js. s "Nom de Plume."
March 1, 189S.
Rev. E. Edwards, pastor of the Eng
iisb Baptist Church at Hinersville, Fa.,
when suffering with rheumatism, was
advised to try Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. Hesays: "A few applications
of this linimeu; proved a great service
to me. It subdued the inflammation
and relieved the pain. Should any
sufferer profit by giving Pain Balm a
trial it will piease. me." For sale by
McMaster Co., druggists. *
Ex-Senator Irby is now practicing
law at Laurens.
Clinton is now connected with tbe
city of Greenville by telephone.
There'arf* thtrty widows and two
widowers in tbetown of Duo West.
A shortage of $559.86 has been reported
by tht inspector, in me dis
pensary ait Brmson.
McKinley's administration do?* n?t
even encoarag'.the in&ustry of widow
and orphan mtikiDg.?Charleston Critic.
Using their own hits for the purpose
the jingoes want to also gdto'o^umbia
talking through her Liberty cap.?
In case of war Spain will mike
some discoveries in America never
dit-araei of by Christopher Colnmbns.
? Columbus Ledger.
In ease ot war w? hope the colonel*
will have a chance to fight. They
should n.ot bt crowded out by the prirttte.?Darien
It is said that there will be at least
20 candidates for the legislative in
Anderson county this year. There
were 15 candidates two years a^o.
It is cheering to not# that thereia
uaustial activity among the farmers all
over the State. "More torn, more
oats, less cotton" seems to be the
Having enacted the Ding!ey tariff
law, to break all the people, tLe Republican
Congrats is new getting np
a bankrupt law, to provide lor removing
th9 remaim.?Spirt* IsTimaclite.
The artesian well at the jail at Ivingstree
ha? been completed. A flow of
pare water now runs through the entire
building, both stories, thus giving
the prisoners fresh water at all hours.
An engineer ou the Air Line road
was fined twenty dollars at Spartanburg
Satnrday for blewing his whistle
within the city limits, that being
eontrary to the city ordinances. He
was merely calling tip his flagman.
C. P. Hammond of Abbeville has
sold 26,000 cabbage plants this teason
that were shipped from Charl?3ton.
Last Friday and Satorday he sold 1S,000
and many of these were to farmers
wno nve some mnes irom me city.
A drammer just froia Spariaoburg
states that Dr. liivens, who killed Mr.
Trimmitr last week, is almost a laving
maniac. At ths most unseasonable
hours of the night he is calling up
over an imaginary telephone the telegraph
operator <n whom he placed so
much confidence, ond reoites tr> him
his imagined wrongs. Sympathy i*
said to be turning toward the uniortnnate
For the speedy and permanent core of
tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Chamberlain's
Eye and Skin Ointment is
without an equal. It relieves the itching
and smarting almost instantly and
its continned u?e effects a permanent
cure. It also cares itch, barber's itch,
scald head, sore nipples, itching piles,
chapped hand?, chronic sore ey\s and
Dr. Cady's Condition P<nr<3e:> for
horses are the bc-st tonic, blond purifier
and vermifuge. Price, 25 cents. Sold by *
\ FRICANA will cnre Constipation and
13 a wonderful Liver Medicine. Try It
WMH.MBfWinrwgwi I ? ?qgjji
CUKE FOK HARD TIMES.
Come, brother farmers, now let's talk
l)f days that have flown by,
And see if wo ?an't mend our steps
While passing throngh the rv?.
We are living in the Fairfield land;
Environments ai e good,
And we all now conld happy be
Tf nro nrtlv wnnM.
Our soil is as good a* average land,
Prodaces most everything,
And with rotation -ecdcd now.
Just handsome crops would bring.
Bat, ah, alas, we are all in debt,
And if the truth was known,
! Souae of ih2 del'ts have s"ot>d so long}
Tillthev are overgrown.
This stats of ought not to ba, I
1 know it isn't uict\
While lots of debt* were k'>
When eotton brought a price.
Yes, every one should raise their corn,
With peas aud latere too,
With hogs enoagh to ran our place,
And hams to ran as through.
( Have chickens, gceic and guineas
I Ever in the yard,
Then with a garden not excelled,
How can time^ be hard?
The cotton acreage is too large,
And corn is far loo small,
And net cultivated good.
\Y:ii*h mate it worst or all.
j Bot c-uto:? is the king of kings
In nil ;li:s Southern Jand,
While other crops of much import
By i; are left to stand.
The fertilizer?, too, obey
The call of cotton's ring,
And plow with one accord to fields
Obedient to their king.
And vrlrn the grain begins to grow,
To hold a mighty hand;
The king crias out, "Come work me
For a erop mast yield.''
Whil<5 corn and peas, audtatera too,
Mu?t stand it for the last,
The coust^uence from year to j ear,
They are choked out by the grass.
This ftt.ite of t'-ings has been here long,
Have brought us down quite low,
And *bali we still pursue this line
And from poor to poorer grow?
A ?. ' ort r\ ! ?'Af fA rtAmfl
rvs plaining nine in vv uv;ui\.t
Then let as, if we can,
Prepare for other crops this year
As wc Ju cotton land.
L?*t cultivation be the same,
Ttieu we will raise our com,
And we may cspect from year to yasr
To break a .trlorions dawn.
How to Find ?nt.
Fill a butile of common glass with
urine and let it stand twenty-four
hours; a sediment of settling indicates
an unbealty condition of the kidneys.
When urine stains linen it is evidence
of kidnev trouble. Too frequent desire
to urinate or pain in the back, is
also convincing proof that the kidneys
and bladder ars out of order.
What to Do.
There is comf' -t in the k ^owledge
so often expresseo, that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp- Root, the great kidney remedy,
fulfills every wisb m relieving pain in
the back, kidneys, liver, bladder .and
every part of the urinary passages.
It corrects inability to hold urine and
scalding pain in passing it, or bad
effects following use of liquor, wine
or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to
get np many times during the night to
urinate. The mild and the extraordinary
effect of Swainp-Roof is soon
realized It stands the highest for its
wonderful cares of the most distressing
cases. If you need a medicine
yoa should have the best. ..Sold by
| druggists, price fifty cents add one
dollar. You mav have a sample bottla
and pamphlet both sent free by
mail, npon receipt of three two-cent
stamps to cover cost of postage on the
bottle. Mention The 25ews and Herald
and send yonr address to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Bingham^n, N. Y.
The proprietors of this paper guarantee
the genuineness of this ofler.
For Infants and Children.
5Io ?aa- __/7
ll?IIWi? ?i? i aiBMi??m
??? Olsat^u and b*antifl?? JkatmSi.
Bsc P?omot?a a lmiuiaot growth.
?SaSS\^S5,-*Jt?lU?T3r Toils to" Bartoro Gray
Hair to it? Youthful Color.
"^raXtShf^rr: Kaip dluue? & hair falling.
EjgwKaiS? J0a,?ad?lJ6at Dgiggjgi__
TRIED AM FEOVEN.
| Africana is not a new
^ and untried remedy but a
'5 ! medicine of genuine merit
i that is coming more and
w ! more to the front on ac^
: count of its wonderful
1 cures. Almost every day
^ ; you read in the newspag
| pers of what it has done
jS for the relief of suffering
^ That direful disease
tti r*i ? 1 1
v Kneumatism?caused Dy
5 impure blood is driven out
^ of the system by the use
as of Africana, and other ter$
rible blood disorders are
cured permanently. Ask
^ i your druggist for it or
^ | write to Africana Co., Atlanta,
DR, I. B, BROOKS,
Late ph\siciau in charge of ihu Keeler
Institute at Hot Spring*, Ark,
and tlis Tri-EIixiria JUemedy
Co., Memphis Tcnn.,gha3
opened a private institute
at Ilot Springs
for the treatment
loiilie, WIMej, Opium M
Cocaine Mt, .
And all disease* th\t come to
this great health resort, such
as rheumatism, neuralgia, insomnia.
nervous, blood, liver,
kidney and stomach c o mpla";r.t?.
His home treatment for the
whiskey and <irn<r habit can
*P''t to any addre^. Correspondence
solicited and aon- r
53^11 ere re nco?: Any linker or city ^
oiScia! of Llot Springs. 12-1 97
th<> Stomachs and Bowels of
<&nDfor$lime nor Mineral.
JfetpJaa SesZ* .
Jtppernaar ti? V
iBi CartonattSoia* I
( ftfrmSce/I 0cstfud
liendryrct-t, FHanr. J
A perfect Remedy for Constipation,
and LOSS OF SLEEP.
; Tac Sinule Signature of
EXACT COPYOF Y/RAPPEB,
I f) }( J [|tv Surreys,
j U '<l^Sr j.^>?'E?4> Pfcaettas, T!
C*"1"" cttci. Spring-Bo:
flo. 77. Surrey Hmdws. Prise, J1C.00. Wagoo?. Scaif
As geod >3 soils for $26. CatihJjno of kill
ELKHART casbiags AXD HABSESS iff
I IIIMMIIIB !
t Will lm
Spring styles in Prin
?all in pretty patten
eall your special attei
we are offering, in
Sheets, Pillow Ca <
We have placed a vai
sold at bargain prices. G
T"% 1 T T 1 TT1
i3raias, v eiveteens, u naen
All goods about halt price.
We thank you for your
to favor us in 1898. Respec
-EL lAtl ^
ss "ST j
"Pride of Fairfield,"
M hand* high, jet black with whi
point?, troori style nmi action.
"True Blue," ,
MA/Vmm KHI-K.I./.O/L * oomi
Li w vi i " Lii J IIIJIJ-I" tr '
Term=, 8S.00 to insnre wirh foa
Choice of pithe;.)
W. D. DAVIS,
4-20-ly MonticeHo, S.G.
! ! 1 ??
gj -ii x A
IIS ON THE
I HHP I unm
Oastoria is put up in one-size bottles only. It
'is not sold in bulk. Don't allow sxjeze to sell
you anything else on the plea cr promise that !i
is "just as good" and "will answer every purpose."
??"" See that yen get C-A-S-T-O-M^A.
ot large, free Xo. 606 Snrrey. Prfec, witi aatains, lampi, tanOCT
Kylcs. ikado, apron anil tenders, $60. As good as ?ella (or $96.
S. CO. W. B. PBATT, 6ccV. SLSHAET, I2W>.
If Fete? Sals
ts, Percales, Shirt Waists
is at very low prices. We
ition to extra good value
es, Towels and White
iety of goods on a counter to be
Dme and see it. Dress Goods,
vear, Shirts, Collars and Cuffs.
patronage in 1S97 and ask you
LL & RUFF.
s just rebig*
?, M 11 ? ss
I WW 1I1UUW
es on. See
' i UNDERTAKING ;
,ei IN ALL ITS DEPARTMENTS, t
1 j with a f?!i stock of Catkcn, Bnr:?l ]
' Caees ?nd Coffins, constantly on hanri, i
and us'* "f hearse when rpqne?K-d. t
Thankfu' for pa*t patronage and solide
* tan^i! f??r a share in the futurr, in the
I. jold s!an-l.
THE ELLIOTT GIN SHOP,
J. 3>I, ELLIOTT & CO.
Between Coltunbiaaod Jacksonville.
Eastern Time Between CoIambi*
and Other Points.
ErrjffCTIVB JANTUKY 17, 1S98.
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j " Savannah 12 2D p 12 20 &i 3 5? p
: Ar. Columbia- ' 4 I5p '4 45 a 7> S9?p |
! Lv.'Char'ton,SC&GRR. 7 10a jf&p |
Ar.' Columbia. 10 55 a 10 10 p |
Lv. Augnsta, So: By.... 2 ftp 9 30? ?$>P j
" Graniteviile* 2 39 p 1,0 12 p 6 (&p
" Trenton 8 0$p, 10 50 p 6 34 p
" Jjofcn^tons. 3 19 p 11 10 p 6 46-p
Ar. ColmnbiaUn. dep't. 4 51 p 2 17 jr 8 20 p
Lv 6ol'bia K&nd'g st... 5 15p 5 5? a 8 4?P
" Tgnrchnm. 6 07 p 6 9 39 p
" 6.56 p( 7 44a 16 14 p ,
M Bock Bill 7 29p 8 29 a 10-3 p I
Ar. Charlotte. 8 15p 9 15a|llS?:p
" Banville H51j^ 1 So Pj u 13 a
Ar. Richmond 600a 6..25 p ....?...
Ai'Washington 6 42 a 9 35 pj 9 45 a
" BalfimorfeParB.E.. 8 00a 11 85 p 1105 a
" Philadelphia 10 15a 2 56aj 1 kip
" New York..... Jl2 43p 6 23a| 3 53p
, ? _ No. 31 No. 3 4 j Xo, oo
SontuboKnd. ^Sua DaUy Daily.
Lv. Xew York, Pa. B.E. 12 10p 4 30p 1215nt
" Philadelphia 2 86p 6 55p 3 50 a
' Baltimore. 4 50 p 9 20nJ 6 31a
Lv. Wash'ton, So. Ey.. 6 00 p 10 43 p 11 15 a
T.w 19nftn+. 12 Mm !
Lv. Danville 12 20 a 5 50 a 6 15 p
" Charlotte.. 3 54'a 9 25a I0 20p
" Rock Bill *'35 a 10 20 a 11 12 p
" Chester 5 04 a 10 55 a 1142n:
" "Winnsboro 5 44 a 11 41 a 12 32 a [
Ar CoFbia BiaJid'g st... 6 40 a 12 50nn 1 37 a !
Lr. Columbia Un.dep't. 7 05a 115p 3 30a |
" Johnstons 8 40 a 253p 5 51 a
'* Trenton 8 56 a 3 08p G15a
| " Graniteville 9 23 a 3 38p C 57 a
At. Augusta. 10 00 a 4 15 p 7 45 a
Lr. Col'bia, S.C.&G.Ry. 4 00 p 7 00 a
Ar. Charleston 8 00p 1100 a
Lv. Col'bia,. F.C.&P.Ey. 5 50 a 1155 a 12 47 a
" Savannah 9 82a 4 43 p 5 30a
j Ar. Jacksonville 1 lOp 9 25p 9 20 a
SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
Nos. 31 and 82?"NEW YORK AND FLORIDA
LBHTESX" Solid Yestibuled Train of
Pullman Drafring-Rcrom Sleeping Cars', Observation
and Compartment Cars, and Dining j
Care rttnning thorough without change between
St. Augustine Fla? and New York, via Jacksonville,
Savaanah, Columbia, Charlowe and
Washington. Bellman Drawing-Room Sleeping
Cars between Augusta, Gto.. and New York,
connecting wish this train at Columbia, for 'the
accommodation of Augusta and Aiken travel.
Most excellent daily passenger service between
Florida bnd New York.
Nos.,37 and 38?Washington and Southwestern
Limited. Solid Yestibmed train with dining
cars and first olass coaches north of Chariotre.
Pwllman drawing room sleeping cars between
1 auuau, t??:iiu^wu r
and Sew York.
Pullman sleeping cars between Augusta and :
Nos. 35 and 36?U. S. Fast Mail. Through
Pullman drawing room buffet sleeping cars be*
tween Jacksonville and New.York and Pa:i- 2
man sleeping cars between Au^sta r.n i Charlotte.
Pullman sleeping.cars bervv. a Jacksonvitf
e and Columbia., en ronfa dairy wtweea
Jacksonville f.nd Oinciaar'ti, v;* Ashsviiie*
r. ^axn'os'. . j .r.
Tfiir-'. V-r*. w Ge-.i. M-jr r . **" ' ' rton.
a. Tb*K>*. ' >. ri. i- v; :i> v rex.
(.4. P. A.. a ylup^W'-i. A. <r. / _A.. Atlanta.
jll * '
f| ble to
THE POPE MANUFACTURING CO.
are prepared to ftrnish Bicycles
this season at prices
?TO SUIT ALI?
The Celebrated Cbainless, - $125 $0
The 5 per cent Nickle, 1898
model?, are "Standard of
the World," 75 00
Columbia raodelf, No. 44, - - 60 00
Hartford, 1898 patterns, 7 and 8 50 00 i
Hartford, 1898 Vedettes, 15 k 16 40 ?0
T~r * -M J 1 OAO tf. J ? m jk- aa I
n^ruoru, io?o r ?aeiws, it ?k 10 ?o u?
Hartford, 1898, Jack and Gill, SO 00
Irarjb'ody knows what tho 5 per
cent Nickel CoJambits are.
Many Hartfordsare ridden in Winnsboro.
Ask the riders what their record
is. We v l'l r?st onr claims on what
ri.ey say. They stay out of repair
shops *ru ran uso easy." 1
Ail oi the above are made by the .
Pope Manufacturing Co., which is a
guarantee of srood workmanship.
If you want a eheap spcoud-hand ,
wlieei, we can furnish you one from
$5 00 up, but thfise wheels are not
guaranteed. "You take what yen
JORDAN & DAYIS !
sir/im < nnrtnnvinrv i I
Price, 30 c. 3 MIII
J. J. OBEAR.p
We npgotiatp !^n? jecari*.? by first ?*
aortgag^ -m improved farming lauds, g
>: Ipss than $300 and fir i-?i Ipss r
h.iii i period of o years. Ra-es of in- |
er-H 7 perc?nf. v'*r annum. Address p
J E. mcDONALD, ;
or W D. DOUGLAS:?, S
?r J. Q. DaVLS
or A E I >AVIS, i 1-1(1
ilonliceHo, S. C. ?o
I " - '
: . h
v '" % * '?
*** HERALD. |
* ' w
Tri-Weekly, $S a Year in iir&iM.
WeeMv, $1.50 a Tear is AdTts**
I LKTi'tR HfiADS,
I BILL HEAD?,
MriTTT" UV A AC
f| and everything in j?b lint 4?ne
H at cheaply as any whare ?l?e yj .
^ ( _
GIVMS A CHANCE ^
Every penny sp*mt At
liome is kept at hom?.
JUST ABBIVED AND FOR SALK
Us Mity Mk
ranking from 14? to 16 bands l?i?M. I
ilso hare a fpvr nice horees which I
sril! ?el! cheap for cash, or on ciufj
intii fall for satisfactory paper.
Persons wi?-h'.ng to bny will my*
ir>ney by wein^ niy stcck before bnw
ng elsewhere. Persons hrvirg n
:h?t don't suit tbem can cxchaDf^f -r
for ^rung mules or horses oe ftu
I alio have a few
H Jl >1 V ^
! will sell or exchange them for <ir\
WINXSBORO, - - - S.C.
AN ORDINANCE ,x
For Compulsory Vaccutatioh.
Be it ordained by ?he Intendant ai><l
Pardeiu of the Town of Wionaboro,
oath Carolina in Council met, and
y the authority of the same:
Section 1. Thar h!I persona residing
1 said town of Wi^rnboro shall be
nme.iiately vacci* atedSection
2. Thu. it -iiall be the duty
f the In etda * r? ?e<* thatthia Ordiatcu
shall be pr..jip;iy euforcad, and
? is litre by autin. Sz.d in ca?e of any
er?on :efasi?>g U; o*ey thes&me, to
cu'yw wiw wutcwii oo way uc
ivy to carry our the pruvi?ion? of the
J. E. COAN,
[l s.] IntendAQt.
Atteit: Jxo. J.Neil.
Clerk of Conu?i!.
% Chickcater'a Endlak BUaand Bnal
Orifictl ud OBIT CwtlMi A
*Arr- Olo'ari rt'iibla. ladies ut ^T\
DrjreLH for C:UXcslert Mi) gi*-jrev
&*3nd In K*d ud GoW SMtaUfeVvHr
-v ?* MtUed with bloe ribboa. Tnk* \r
^ oth^p. Erftat dangtrout ral-Mxtot
7 ~ t'rf ..?:iir.ut?i^:.v.-.i AiDr*ggiui,oi ??e61*.
C Jf Is ?tm:pj fcr nurticolan. U'tlnrr.iali aa 1
. tT* 'i " KrUcf for 1 jidlc i* Wcr, l? ret*ra
k If. iv'-JU ;<?,000 T-oi'raaa!*!*. Stmt Porftr.
Chic',-oterCacalcal Cg*M Mkn