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~Qi:?fU0~c t ~. Wers
V Notice-L N. Withers
I i h ea-T. W
te Qgrr-'We ee re,
tp tate t t , will be a
meo~ of the Mount' 4on Socoity, hl
Sth on 1all th3s1 ponng at to
r4l attendance is desired,
* '~ y ~Uy * M~a-I u.4.-T s.sus~v
r9 the TWelfth E#4nS
O.' C, and F. are riqested tc
khsin A full: ttendan.e, l. de
sqf a~gg.-The eit90ntilfe
ooni~ttee fiiig that they would not
16 able to 1s1ke ail eaessary arrange,
Inents for the teachers' meeting on 24th
Aprfi, atossy Dale, 0s was previous*
ly anietguedd, have ehquged the time
to the last Saturday in May (29th). In
a later isUe the nimes, of the spehkers
TId thetsubjects will be nIublished,
Everf effort will be made to have an
loeresting and Instructive meeting.
Tnrdi g V R I r.-The following
Uflif i'epdrt of thi poliqesan 6n the
wat'r sepply neasutrements taken on
Court-louse cistern.......... 9 4
Depot cistern............*.. 0 7 8
I'ilott's cistern. . ...9 9
Flenniken's cletel'n..........11 1
Matthews'.cistern........... 7 8
Phillips' clatern........... 9. 10
THE PoOR MULE's FRIEND.-~We have
been handed recently by a prominent
malinery maii of our county, a copy
of the Nacon Daily Telegraph, con
t aink an elaborate editorial on the
hivention by a Georgia man, of Wplan
fbr the use of cotton. Space will not
permit us to go into an extended
description of this niew Implenent,
but the filowing froin the editorial
referred to above, will suffice at
present, hoping to give a fuller account
of the imp~lement later:
MXr. M. J. Hatcher of our city pre
$ents to the agricultural public andc its
* lost powerful ally, the mulei a novel
dnsotxelnilw th.t, in the
opiriton of exports, is to revolutionize
* the cult ivation) of cotton.
LEarUREa ON JAPAN.-The Rev. Mr.
Tatitura, -a ,ative 'of Japan, will lec
ture on "Old and Now Japan" in the
Presbyterian Church on Friday eve
wig, AprIl 16. . Mr. Tamura is a con
'rt itider the -American issioit in
Tokin, the capital, of Japat,, and was
*ordainad a minidter, organising the
iai-gest solf-suipporting church in Japan.
-He had a congregation of two hun
dred natives. They sent him to this
country to complete his ,inilterial
education, The congregation hiave
* walled now four years for him to corn
plate' his studies, lHe passed three
yearsadiAubugn . Smnnary, N. Y.,
at Priceton, N. J.
Mir. Tamnura lias been lecturing dur
ing his snmmner vacations through the
WVest and East, and now Is oth a tour
through the South bef'oreji6 rtitrns to
Japant ity June. He wishes to address
the united Chritian olitrolmakthrongh
ontl go latd on the subject of mission
~ry. wk-in Japan/where,milsonarlos
*'on th6 Saalli are jr~st enferlog.
Dur ing isl stay in Winnsboro Mr.
* Tamtyra will M tite~gwe fCl.J
FRANK LxcsLIE's SUMDAX MAGAZrNE
- on MAY.-The May number of Pranlk
:.es~e's Buday .Magazine is' redolent
* sp tig both in. text and illustration.
%i agites'Wtfral, which. comes this
~'yar on April 25, its latest possible
Sdate, is hArgely dealt wIth. The "An
cient Custonis o f, Easter Day," Is a
ro.& iNteosting plti!Oi and Dr. Tal
-niage'ssernwon, "The Queen of FestI
vals," -is- a powet'fui presenfaion of
Faster lessons. "The Fygilit of the
-Boils,"-it ts~ pietty picture, is a
quaint French Easter legend. 'The
Blessing of Food in Russia is a curIous
.4oreaoily of that country. "Easter
Morning" is abeautiftipi'oture,'*Easter
Scenes and Easter Themes," h chatrac
teristlo illnstration, and "The Easter
Offering in p Fashionable. Chtut'ch"
will be recognized as-a faithful repro
*duetion? There- is also a finely ilus
tieted article on "The Lily," and an
interestingone on -"May Day in Eng
land in the Ok~en Titne.."; Znaddition
-to these'mailters, thereois a notable
artiele on "Ohateen Gaillard," by Mrs.
'-Elisgabeth Brooks, of New .York, an
artiole' on "Winohester Cathedral,'
with' d portrait of tihe bishep and
vides of the-cathedral Rn4 the townz e
portrait ind sketch ot rMrs. H~arriel
iBeeclhet Sto We," a' li fte Para,
*bles of Ob sta o~ re papei
ed ftn of t
1! ##jya1e hrst1&a m~prae
~.A~o4thr ethtMIia i ptionai
A"6011d A 28
0,, 4*th 2,995 49~i
ora floepe .o 00
Oe seIcenoe......... 25 00
I f ntof narket........... 175 22
Fine$....a * .. ....-..... 121 40
WTble llense........... ... 11 26
Redkoter. lierp... . 27 40
DissonultRkNaTS JP PRaNODIN4 COoltO.
Street and bridge acet.. 206 20
Streetramn6ps. 6.,.... 19 28
PI1BODRSONRM O lR0RNUT COUNOIL.
Street .md bridge acot... .. 61407
It.. 270 9
kVublid -biingsand' oiserns, 444 87
Fird fearent including
"9,00 A 69h0........ 886 40
ointent.-.....,.me. 946 82'
look..;0 ... 50 00
. 150 00
ast n, e teess street im
fnifte note . . . 885 60
on hand April 1, 1886.. . 812 52
I certify that - the foregoing Isa cor-.
rect exhibit of receipts and ekpondi
tures, to the beat of my knowledge and
belief. I. N. WrInns, C. C.
..TiJI 8IXTH MkGIMWNT.
Annual Meeting of the Wairield SntvIvors
...Several Matters of laterest consid
The Fairfield Division of the Sur
vivors of the Sixth Regiment, Bouth
Carolina Volunteers, met in the Town
Hall on Saturday the 10th inst., the
occasion being the annual- meeting of
the Aseoclation. The minutes of the
last meeting were read and confirmed.
The treasurer then made 'his alnual
report, showing a balance in the treas
ury, to the credit of the Association, of
the sum of two hundred and 95-100
dollars. Next came the election of
offlicrs for the -ensuing year. On mo
tion, all of the old officers were re
President-T. W. Woodward.
First vice-president-8. R. Johuston
Second vice-president-H. A. Glean.
Secretary and treasurer --W. II.
Corresponding secretary-W. F.
Mr. 11. A. Gaillard then read a loUer
ironi J. H1. Simpson, 8anta Barbara,
California, to Governor 'khomnpson,
stating that the writer had in posses
sion a battle-flag of the Sixtha South
Carolina Rifles, captured in the late
war at Petersbui-g, Va., and thatL he
wished to return it to the propeOr
owners. On motion, the letter was
referred to General Bratton, to take
such steps'as he may see proper, look
ing to the recovery of the flag.
The place of the uaext mrnual re
union of the regiment was discussed
but no definite action was taken.
Col. Rion submitted the .following
resolution, which was unanimously
Resolved That in the opinion of the
F'airfld Dtlsion of the Sixth Regi..
ment Survivors' Association, it is not
expedient to hold our next meeting oil
the battle-fld of Manassas; and that
we submit this matter to the Chester
Divison. for its consideration.
Mr. Gaillard, in a few appropriate
remarks, stated that while the nTorth
ern'leople were 6recting 'monuments
to their deceased' genrirIs, veiry little
.was being ddne in the Soutth .to per
,petuato the memnory-of our dead heroes.
Ife-thenm proposed the followlang res
olution which was carried:
Res'olved, That the'gu 6f twenty
five dollars, from thb' fmde inI the
hands of' the treasurer, be set"o the
.Neivs and .Comarter.and ofted as a
2onftrlbution from this Associatio to
the erection of a monument to Stone
wall Jackson, and that the Chester
Division be requested to contribute a
A committee was appointed to di:aft
suitable resolutions in. regard to the
death, since the last meeting, of two
of the survivors of the Association
William Yongue and David Aiken.
There being no fturther business, the
Association adjourned to meet in .the
Town flall on Saturday the 10th July
naett. W. HI. KEn, Secretary.
M AIL4bD .8fD*1NG,
A writer in Tn NnWS AND HERALD
advocates the building of a railroad
from Itamlet,.N. C., through Lancas
ter, across the CIatawba at the falls,
through Winnsboro, Alston, Edgefield
to Camak, Ga. This will be a link in
the shortest . route, from New1 York to
Afontgomerf, Ala., and should attract
capitalists. But to our county this
road.s one of vital importance. If it
should be built, Fairfield from being
one of the poorest counties in othe
State would soon become oneof the
At the Catawba fails there is eight
times as much water power' as at Au
gusta, and a great mainufactkering city
would spring up where there 'is noth
ing now but piles of granite anad turn
bhing waters. The road wotqld also
pass throhigh the quuatries 'between
WlnnsborQ and Alston, where lies
granite, the finest in the United StateOs,
the easiest worked and. the .most of iti
All that is needed to' bt'ing stllions of
ollays, into the ocounty' Is railroad
K oyities apd-obeap itfgb~s. A
Ipropose a meeting 40 er the
bnildingk of this v'aito~ ' n ih e pent
Hoanae on thae"at.MM4at ii May
terville on tbiQi . hx l to K ginisl
A nrmeis01 b MrM. D ( Col.
vill moved that- MAT.. Taflor be
elected tempgrary chairian 'and 1t
.. -. Coleman tem-pola'ry secretary.
Mr.' Traylor on - taklng the chair,
stated the object of the meeting In a
few straightforward, sensible and per
tinent remarks, and then deolared the
meeting ready for business.
i On ;motion, the chair appointed a
otamitteo of three to nomitiate perma.
nent oMbers, vii.: M. D. C. Colvin,
0. W.' Fiacette and W. 'i. Burley.
After retlr:g-' a few moments, the
oomminttee reported the following as
permanent ofmoees: FQr feident,
T. W. Traylor;' yle-preiedent, M,, a.
0. Colvin; seoretary and treasurer',
M. C. Feaster. The report- of th6
committee was then adopted.
'fi president rhade a. few instrut
tive rematke,; dwellig upol) nudc urg
iig the im6oftaue of organewtion on
the part of the fhriers-that it wqs a
duty that they owed to themselves,
their famillde and, to their country.
The president thou stated that the
business before the Club now was the
eleation of one delegate ano one altet
iste to. tile Convehtlon to, be held at
'olumbia on tlye 29tdi' Inst. The Club
then proceeded to ballot for one dele
gate, which resulted in the election
ot M. D. U. Colvjn. The Club then,
on motion, suspending the rules, olect.
ed T. W. Traylor alternate by accla
It was then resolted that this nlub.
be known as Feasterville Farmers'
Clnb. It was further resolved that a
copy of these proceedings be sent to
THE FAIRFIELb NEws AND HERALD for
There being no further business, the
Club was thno adjourned, to- meet
again on the second Saturday in May,
at 8 o'clock. p. m.
FOR COUGHS AND OROUP USA
thr.earx thene .6rmemb~fep s
woowtuh -ub saa nabs ihth at ut
as~uno aw .~ sw
oomss it e ~et hi temi 1 on a~o ref
1sased Herur) ta=eI==s madu!Vlria,~
Lo~ses of sa Ctes ehn , ot mBb
Aig.t U. o. ij
kn.so oa rit, a oone of th O -E.
TEToiVjegia nd P~ii PtE
eT~orcan b UANever
mhaatna baDMoaseiee.o(h~o Dorion
O. P.eTXAD'iER, ropreat,
1eol. Fuack.-h~dlpiy a
tI WILe ap toery eathe oo Judetofl robae
ofoFairco ld Cunty 1 ,.on the 12t dAy.f
dLOOn ofteEtt fFandce U sL KO.t.
0.V T.IO W.W OpWRor
NEALED POROPO DSCAS.
SE WLLEpDl PRoAL the Jude Pronbaof
1 188f wail e Cunty on the 2Tdyofg
dianel of Wenstbeofrances to Ai0,1886
at 2 'coc. W. . WITHEARe,
SEE R OAL follwn ate rto the elee-o
then markItnatadadn for theyeromncgMy
Counci of Winsboro upeld April 0, 1888,.
Wholeumberof voerk....... i...0
T.'E fElli ng r eiste...................6
I. I. Ellison reeived...............
Jas. A. Brice redeived :.'...............6
J. H. Cummings reaeived............8
* . M. WITUERS, Clerk of Council.,
11E SHE811DD IARM-. o mile sontlt
*eastf Wnhsboo nh Cardden
Ql *o Ja~go housewh si1
an albeeisary entbtildibgs,
Mehr3txt. It. R. A.
U0 k 'i dtla n
o f C ~ ~ e . w
there opuss t
h bl~~p ione b~i g ei arlls and
ara share of the #iub o patronage.
FORTY IHXAW FPXV KPNTUCKY
MULES mbt-49 mon theis
al 'afew, -oo ,Ywi plo&
418 meu oo40 b Rrp.a.
We at 61 IYe f ] . it Mules
oUt14 dP8 u *td46 hatd high- all
sound qnd rlt.
All sales aranteed eresented. We
will sbl) themcl for'CA&K, of on time
until next fall by th pur haser giving ius
(0MB.ONEI 00AX ALL f
Uere Ii an opening fer the County to
sart their plows.
A.. WILEIPBM & i
VERY OLDMiNE WWIISKTES I
The Celebrated"Kentuck Bell"
Whiskey, the Choice Old Cabinet
e; the Old "Golden Grain" Ken
tnoky Bourbon,. the Old Silver
Creek Kentucky Bourbon, the Old
enuine) David Jones Kentucky
ourbon, for sale at prices to suit
the times, at F. W. gabenicht's
TAKES PLEASURE IN INFORMING
THE CITIZENS OF
Tha'e ib Is receiving one of the best as
sorted stock of Fancy and Staple Groceries
Raisins, Currants, Cihron,~
Prup~cs Evaporated Apples,
Sugars, Coffees, of dfen grads.
'rTeas, Uhocolate; lioda and CooQa,
Fresh Enlish Wenuts, Ahnen 4 Pecans,
apees otall kinds an dlxt rac'ts,
Inmported Sardines in
Quarter an'd Half B~oxesi,
Cantned Fruit s and Vegetale .
Peaches, Pars and lIneapples,
Okra and Tomatoes, Corn and Peas,
Flour from the cheapest to the finest,
Meal, Grits, Lard, Bacon and Syrups,
With good many other goods all of which
will be sold at the lowest price for CASh
only by 58. S WOLFE.
OI(*ABS! CIGARS1 ItOIGARS!!
Good Cigars at 2* cents apiece,
good Ciars 8 for 10 cents, good
Cigars at5 cents apiece, fine Ci
gars 3 for 25 cents, fine Cigars 2
for 25 cents, Suerior Cigars 1 for
25 cents, at F. W. abenicht's
Noticn to Farmers.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
IlVP LE M1EN TS,
SONOW COME AND) LOOK A't T HE
Nixon's Patent Heel Sweep.
Cotton Piatitsi-4hzre lihlds.
Walter A. Wood's. Ieapers and Mowers.
- Tanner & Delanej Nngines.
Early GM t nBal4 C
Garden 8e $iin
F' W H~bmuonT Proprietor
Ut-f, 84 IW . 04-/ no10t
yeat 1880; L oxaminlig public uildings
find that the. NEW ILOUSE recently
GROESCHEL & CO.,
nexd doore to Dr. W. E. Aiken's Drug
Store, as a
S S TAW JR A N T, B A R
foxnd that i is oeatly atid properly kept,
and that thb proprietors do ill in their
power to please their ctstomers by serv
Ing 4hem with the best
WINES, LtQUQltS, CIGAlS
and give -the LARGEST MEAL and the
& GSF,,ST PRUNN for less 'n)oney than
any HouseIn the County. Therefore, we
recommend the publip to patronize then.
DAVY JONES, Forenman.
whchereintrodaneainto apu -
recommenaeaas am anaprenntive of
FEVli AfD AGU E,
anaallotherdiseases originating from
'For purifying the
naimuprovmg The Secretions,Clhronia,
curuir Dyspapejla,Cramp inthe stomach,
animmediaterelleffor Dysentry, Colic,
Cholara-morbus and kindred diseases,
GeneralWaskness,Nervoua and Mental
De bility, a souvereignremedyfor Liver
Camplaiintanddlaeases of the Kidniesan
withcaut a r-avaw
ofte ystmis un equ alteci.
Asmall wne-grassfll~tfirea times a day.
Sold by all Druggistsuad dealers generally.
TOPAZ CINCHOJIA CO RDIAL Co.
Prices per Battle 1.00.
To be found at F. W. Habe
nicht's : Fine Ginger Brandy,
Blackberry Brandy, Old Whiskies,
Pure Rums, Pure Gins, Tolu Rock
and Rye, Tolu Tonic, Cider, Port
Wine, Sherry Wine, Seltzer Wa
ter, Ales, etc., generally kept in a
first-class Liquor Establishmont,
at F. W. Habenichit's.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta Rt. 11
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCTOBER 4,
31885,-Eastern Standard Time.
GOING NORT H.
NO. 53. MAIL AND EXPRE~S.
Leave Augusta................10 a. mn.
Leave W. C. &. A. Junction. 1.12 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia...... ......1.22 p. mn,
Leave Columbia.............1.32 p. mn.
Leave Killian's.............1.58 p. mn.
Leave Blythewood............2.13 p. mI
Leave Ridgeway.............2.34 p. mn.
Leave Simpson's.............2.47 p. mn.
Leave Winnsboro......... ...8.02 p. mn.
Leave White Oak.............3.22 p. mn.
Lev odads.......3.43 p. mn.
Lebave Biackstock............3.5,p. mn.
Leave Cornwall's..............58 p. mn.
Leave Chester....... .......415 p. m.
Leave Lewis'................4.32 p. m,
Leave Smith's..............440 p. mn.
Leave Reck Hill.............4.50 p. mn.
Leave Fort Mill.............5.20 p, in.
Peaveilln.................5.40 p. in.
Alve at Charlotte............6.00 p. m
'rtvatv...... ........085 p. m
No. 52, MAIL AND flXPRBS8.
Leave Statesville.............7.45 a. in.
Leave C.harlotte..............1.00 p. m
Leave Pinh ii...............1.27 p. m.
Leave Por't 4lil..1.............44 p. em.
Leave Rock Hill...........,.202 p. m.
Leave Smith's................2.22 p. in.
Leave Lewis'................280 p in.
Sv0 1's......... A0 p. mn.
eave ...............8.12 p. in,
Lave 's.....rd'..........18 p. em.
Leave Whte Oak............8.0p. m.
Leave Winnaboro,............8.48 p. in.
LeavaeSimpson's.-............4.03 p. mn.
Letive Ridgaway.............4.186p. nm.
LeaveJ wood..............4.2 p. mn.
Lave 1 f's...............4.49 p. m
Arrive at .....bl .........5.15 p, mni
.4 A. Junetion....5.57 p. em.
AIvtAuguata...........9.88 p. em.
*mneton Is now made at Chese (by
tram5 nd 53) tor Lancaster Ind inter
no iepints on C. & C'.R.. R., anmd for
nf point 0. & L. IR. iR. as far as New.
U. W. CX41, Assist. G. P. A.
0. I. TXLOOTSprintendent.
D. OARDWL. A.Q. P. 4.
One Qask Tennent's XX Por
tIta Xposted one O~'apPale
Ale Ehported~ one O k Milwau
0L ger^Beer, one Cask Ross's
Aoc . noa e AlTire i An
TO THE PUBLIC.
U Attention is called to my IMMENSE STOCK of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES AD
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
mfa My Store is being filled every day with THE BtST
OF GOODS,, which will be sold at REGULAR PRICES.
They are considered the CHEAPEST in Town. An
carly inspection is solicited.
GRAND ARRIVAL OF NEW GOODS
PRICES GUARANTEED TO BE TIE LOWEST !
JUST BECEIVED: Choicest and latest styles Dress Goods, Buntings, Cash
mores Black and White Goods, Laces, Edgings, Allovers, Table Damasis uits,
'rowvis Doylies, Gents' and Ladies' Underwear, riumings, Corsets, and a 'f I nid
Complee )lie of Doincatic Goo(is.
THIE LARGEST AND CHEAPEST LINE OF STRAW HATS
FOR LADIES, MISSES, MEN AND CHILDREN IN TOWN.
Come and see them. I will save you fromt 10 to 29 per cent. If you will'only buy
your fine SPRING SIhOES from me.
M- Next door to Winmsboro National Bank. D. A. MENDRIX.
IT STANDS AT THE HEAD.
L!GHT-RW'NNING DOlbTIO 1.
'his cut sIows tho nlewv style- ()
v(odi work< the company Is iiapv intro.
A ICTISICKA LLaY 11EAUJ .1 V1U 1,
%WITUOUIT A PERlIt.
Ini its mmeelmnmical ertistruction it has
I~~i ~iil NEW LANE OF ATlTAdlI.
meis talt are no0w heinig placed with
the U:o MESTIC are spaelaltie's. No
other mtachhice hars them. Th'iese tlttt ach
mnents and the
NEV W W0OD WOIIR
~~ make the DOMESTIC more tihan eyei
without question, the aLcknuowledged
standard of excellence.
Fon' Sale by .J. YE IE ATY & BRtO., WInnsboro, S. 0.
-iWrAgents wvantedl in unoccupied territory. Address DOMESTIC SEWING MA
CHINE COMPANY, 909 Main Street, Richmond, Va. M sy23-1y
BUCK-THORN FENCEL "St'ol..alDap
Ehffectivo Safe and Strong. Handsome, Lauting and Ohoap.
Easy to build. Simp o to repair. Any brigh farmer'sbo or smart rarm band catn boss the jot.
Wrte for Sample and Ofroular. The Buc-Thorn Fence Co., Trenton, N. I.
T1his above tnd Ribbon Wire (samoe style without barbs) Grape Trellis Wire,
Sheet iron, Black and Galvanized Russia Iron, Tinu Plate, Vali Tin, etc.
FOR OUR SPRING ADVERTISEMENT.
IT WILL APPEAR IN THIS SPACE IN A
W e are getting up st~eam and preparing to make a noise,
or we have
STOCKS OF NEW GOODS
Coming in every day, and they must bc sold. So come
Q. D. WILLIFORD & CO.