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-Mr. D. A. Hendrix received on t
Monday another lot of ladles' 'fine e
white hats, latest styles.
DAsTH.--We are sorry to learn of r
the; death of the infant of Mr. and
Mrs E. B. Tennant, near White Oak,
which occurred on Saturday last. D
UNCLAIMED LETTEs.-The follow
ing is a list of letters remaining in the y
Postoffioe at Winnsboro, S. C., May
Miss Clarissa Brown, Francis Craw
ford, S. S. Crittenden, Miss Ezzlee t
Persons calling, for any of the above
letters will please say they were ad
vertised. DuBosu EGLESTON,
Tun WATER SuPPLY.-Tho following d
Is the report of the policeman on the v
water supply measurements taken on e
ft. in. e
Court-houso cistern........... 9 8 b
Depot cistern.................14 4
Elliott's cistern............. 9 6
Flonniken's cistern.........,..10 0
Matthews' olstern............. 7 6 p
Phillips' cistern............. 9 6
New cistern................... 6 4 r
THE MisSION SOHOoL.-The closing fi
exercises of this school, 'under the (
management of the Rev. Willard 1:
Richardson and Miss Fister, took
place on Friday evening last at the a
colored Presbyterian Church. The i
exercises consisted of dialogues, tab- b
leaux and charades, all of which were 0
well rendered. The 'entertainment n1
was a very interesting one, and the a
scholars showed thorough training, t
especially the smaller ones. Quite a r
large crowd was present, the gallery v
being reserved for the white people, b
of whom a goodly number attended. b
RE Au sTD..- Jim Green, colored,
.was arrested on.Saturday charged with d
breaking into the store of Mr. U. G.
Desportes. Green had been playing t
cards with some other negroes, put- .
ting up on the game pooket knives, I
suspenders, etc., and the discovery of ,
this fact led to his arrest. Upon Ihisa
person was found a pack of cards, t
but none of the stolen goods. The
evidece aalus himis said to be verya
strong, and he will doubtless se.rve a a
term in the penitentiary. Sovoral
other parties'.. suspeoted, .but they v
having took thotr -eparture their a
arrest has not yet been accomplished' (1
MApRID..- ochroniole the mar
riage of one of our former citizens,
Mr. . liobt. E. Boyles, who for - the t
-past few years has been a resident of 's
the. Empire State across the Savannah.
On the evening of the 25th May Mr.
Robert E. Boylos and Miss I. Estelle
Spires,were united in the holy bonds
of matrimony at flarlem, Ga., by the
Rev. J. M. Atkinson. The happy ~
couple arrived in our town on Thurs
day evening, and a delightftil recep- I
tion' was tendered the newly wedded (
pair at the residence of the groom's
faher, Mr. J. R. Boyles. They left, (
after spending a few days with friends
and relatives, for their future home in d
Ro's GREAT EARTHQUAKE STORY.
'-Arrahgements have been perfected
whereby Mr. E. P. Roe's latest work,
" Mara; a Story of the Charleston
Earthquake," will be published inj
the B9undlay .Nes and the Weekly
"Mara"' is a strong love story that
culminates among the terrible scenes
of the never to be. forgotten earth
quakle of August 81, 1886. It pre
sents, with dramatic picturesqueness, 2
a remarkable phase of American ex
perience, and incidentally brings .out
one great fact-Northern good will to
wards ,.the South, as shown by the
spiontaneous outpouring of sympathy
and gifts, and the eff'ect of this fra
ternal spirit on the South. This story
wilt undoubtedly be.the greatest work ~
of a niovelist of wide-spread populari
ty. It will be published as a serial, ~
and will begin on the first Sunday in d
As it may not be possible to supbly 2
th.e demand for back numbers, every
body should subscribe at once for
eith*r the Bunddy4? .2etoe or the Week.
If Yeuis and Courier. The annual
subscription to the Bundlay .Yewse is
*2g and to the Weekly NV~e tand
CotuHer $1.50. *Address
Txxm NxWS A,ND Oontu CoMPAur, I
1e Broad Street~ Oharleston, S. C. J
SYoua Want a Good Artiele , t
01 ?w.o ToDACoO,'ask your dealer for r
Jan95t6+m "Old Itin. ' I
da4les' )Kop grItAsso.iation.
The ladies Qf tle; emorial Assooi
tion desiring that all who are in
ympathy with their work throughout
he county may have an opportunity
f co-operating .with them, and feeling
hat many may 'be deterred from as
isting by not knowing anything of
he progress and work of the Associa
Ion, desire to publish a short account
f it from its first organization in 1884.
It was organized with about forty
members, and no entrance fee was
harged at that time. The Gordon
,ight Infantry presented the Associa
Ion with $50, and the ladies had one.
utertainlment which yiolded $22. On
femorial Day a collection was taken
Lp among the citizens and $19.85 was
ealized. The expenses of that day
In 1885, $7.55 was collected on
Iemorial Day. The expenses were
16.55. No other work was done that
ear, and the interest seemed to be on
te wane, and the membership dimin.
ohed to twenty-eight.
In 1886 the friends of the Associa
Lon found it necessary for its exis
mce to re-organize on a self-support
ng basis. A meeting was hold and
he ladies decided to pay twenty-five
ents, and th. young people ten cents
n ually. Now members were solic
;ed and the number reached one hun
red and four. In this way $22.60
as raised. The contributions from
Itizens on Memorial Day was $7.00.
ixpenses $11.05. After deducting
xpenses $18.70 was placed in the
In April, 1887, two entertainments
rere given, the amount realized was
151.60. Contributions on Memorial
)ay $7.71. Expenses $12.25. After
aying this amount $12.45 of dues
omained, which was added to the
and. Ice-cream was served at the
fordon's picnic, and $12.50 was real
Mr. Wm. E. Hall presented the As
)ciation with five dollaas, and Mr.
V. D. Aiken, formerly of Winnsboro,
ut now of Princeton, N.. J., has re
ently sent $25.00 to be added to the
ionumontal fund. From the verious
mounts mentioned it will be seen
at the Association now has $312,
rhich has been- securely invested and
rill from this time become an interest
earing fund. Thirty-six new mem
ers have been added to the list this
ear. Two have withdrawn, five re
moved. from the county. $3.75 of
uos are still uncollected.
The ladies have reason for gratiflca
on ht the increased prosperity of the
sesoclation for the past year, and also
)r the interest being more general in
nr community, now embracing all
ges,.our oldest member being 78 and
2e youngest 4 years of age.
The ladies most earnbstly call upon
11 tho9e who lest friends or relatives
nd those who did not, to come for
rard and help, them in their good
rork. Surley the inoble and galient
ien and boys of Fairfield who lost
eir lives in the war deserve this
'ibute at the hands ef their country
ion and country-women. Many
aunties have reared monuments to
ao memory of their dead, and why
sould we lag behind.
In Memory of Hon. D. 'Wyatt ASken.
BY MiSS 5. L. n., ORnBNwoOD, 5. 0.
amenting country cease to weep
For him you'll see no more;
pour star set in splendor hero
Adorns a brighter sho.:e.
f in the quiet walks of life
Contented with his fate,
Ir joining in forensic strife
To guard his honored8State.
br if upon the bloddy' fields
Which crimson swords had made
mnidst the L,attle's flash and rear,
Or 'neath the cannonade.
[e ever tried to fully reach
Life's high and noble end;
3xemnplifled the purest type.
Of statesman, soldier, friend.
its love for country and his God,
No sordid ends could blight;
Ii s manly voice was ever heard
Defending truth and right.
Lnd when lisa State had called him forth
Hier statidard proud to bear,
le nobly ean e, while hope arose
And banished every fear.
Vhen battle's din was hushed, and ho
His country's heart had won,
bimidst defeat he nobly proved
A still more faithful son.
Lgain his welcome voice was raised
~Aiainst the vandal's wealth
Yhich had grown great with force ab
By rapine and by stealth.
Vhen rescued from this alien crew,
We called him higher st1i, .~
Lnd at the natIon's eapitol
A grander trust to fall,
~t last this soldier, statesman, friend,
Lies on his dying bed, ji
~nd now In trimhgeoji
The bivouac of &odead.
[o marble need record his fstne,
No palm above him wave,
'or deep withih our hearts' ldied'
A love for that lone grave.
April 25, 1887.
IBueklon's Arniea alalve.
TUN Bs SAL1'E in the wor'ld for
uts, Bfutses, Sores. Ulc i' Salt
theumn, 9'evet- 8or6s TIir, hap ed
lands, Chilblains, (,ona ll in
iruptions, and psts enctbe ?lles,
r n pay required. XtI guarAnteed
sa fe tisfacton, ' oneyr
de.ce 2o cents 'p~'oor.
'or sale by MeMantmr. reicn Ketnhin
Come and look at them.
Don't fail to come and ex
always find my prices on shoes
my goods as cheap (if not chea
Don't forget when you ar
TRIBTE Of RESPEOT.l
At a meeting of Blackstobk Lodge, No.
180, A. F. M., the following preamble and
iesolutions were unanimously adopted:
Whereas, it hath pleased God the Great
Architect of the Universe to'remove from
our midst Brother J. R. FAULKER; there
fore, be it resolved :
1. That in the death of Brother FAULx
NEn we have lost a good, faithful and de
voted worker in the craft.
2. That in the death of our beloved
brother the entire community has lost a
good citizen and his family a devoted
3. That a blank page in our record book
be dedicated to his memory, and that the
Lodge be draped in mourning for thirty
4. Thatthe Secretary send a copy of these
resolutions to the family of our deceased
brother, and that a copy be sent to Ta
Nnws AND HEmALD for publication.
L. S. DOUGLAss,
E. D. MOULEY,
MoMaster's Sure Ct4
for Coughs, Colds,
bore Throat, Bronchitis,
And all diseases of the pulmonary organs.
Try it McMaster, Brice and Ketchin. *
In the Spring Tine,Gentle ,nnie
the young man's ideas naturally turn to
things or lovu. But, gentle Annie. with
our changeable climate the bile soon be
gins to accumulate, and where l9ve was
what made the young 'man happy before,
it takes H. H. P., or HILL'S HEPATId
PANACEA, to do it this time. It will re
move all excessive bile from the system
clear the brain, tone up the stomach, build:
up the eon'stitution. And then, 'gentle
Annie, when the young man calls lie wont
Try H. H. P. for Constipation, Sick
Headache or Biliousness. It acts like a
charm and will cost you but 50 e.
'McIASTER, BRICE & KEee iN,
Excitement in Texas.
Great excitement has been cused in the
vicinity of Paris, Texas, by the remarkable
recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley, who, was so
helpless lie could not turn In bed, or raise
his head; everybody said he was dyg of
Consumption. A trial bottle of Di'. Kn's
New Discovery was sent him. Findng
relief, lie boui1: a large bottle and a box
of Dr. King's owLife Plls; by the time
he had taken two boxes of pills and two
bottles of the Discovery, lie was well and
had gained in flesh thirty-six pounds,
Trial Bottles of this Great Discovery for
Consumnption tree at AlIcMaster, Brfee &
NOTICE TO OREDITORS.
COUNTY 01 FAInFIELO~.
L OUIS SAMUELS. who is in tii6"cus
tody of the Sheriff of Fairfield (Conn
ty by virtue of linal. process frouti the
Court of Common Pleas for said County,
at the suits of Hurst, Purnell & Co..and
of Chas. Weller & Sons, having in order
that he may obtain his discharge from
confinement, under the Acts of the Gen
oral Assembly, commonly called the Prison
Bounds Acts, rendered on oath a scheduile
of his whole estate and effects, public
notice is hereby given that unless satisfac
tory cause to the contrar be shown be
fore me at my office in theoUourt Houeof
said County on Friday, the 17th day of
June next, the prprty in the said sched
ule will be assige and the said Louis
Samuels liberate according to law.
[L. s;] H. KERR
- May-2tx8w CC. C. P. F. 0
FINE TEAS, ETC.
TYSON, Gunodr. and Oolong Teas,
I..Ginger Rot Bath Brick for clean..
i kives, and Condensed Milk, just re
MOMASTER, BRICE & KETCHIN.
TPHE undersigned having dissolved by
..mutual alteement the partnership
heretofore existing under the firm name of
R. -H. JENNINGS & Co. hereby gve no
tice to. parties--indebted to said flm that
they can settle with'out cost such indebted.
ness at any time on' or before the 15th of
October next. After that date their notes,
accounts and other evidences of indebted
ness will be put into the hands of an at.
torney for collection.
* R. H. JENNINGS,
C. E. LEITNER.
January.0, 1687 .
The Consolation (all Havana) 100.
h ar Reine (all Havana) $ for 25e.
TeParrot and Monkcey'Sc. Cigar, best
in the market,
The Special Drive (all Havana) 50. 01
The Kangaroo (elear Ikavana filier) Qe.
eChoice 2 for nickel Cigar, best in
Ad several othe. brands of Cigars for
Op i~te PostofVice, near Pssenge reo
C oREadt'sih smo,'N ut,t
ceive, 1,000e o GOT H A M AVN
CHEUOOTS,. Pride only Ten Cent. for
package of five, at
They are nicer now than ever 1
amine my stock of Shoes. I ke
lower than the same qualit of
per) as any merchant in Winns
thirsty that you can get Soda 1
Fresh and4 Pretty.
WE DESIRE TO CALL AT
TENTION TO OUR
Which is now open and ready for
Our assortment in all lines wll
be found full, and complete, and
our Stook Is.
FRSH AND PRE'T"Y.
Prices guaranteed to be as low
as any market in the South. Call
ond see our Stock of
.SHOES AND SLIPEERS.
M3' Lot of Juno Corsets
M'MASTEII. BRICI & KETCHIN.
SUGARS AND COFFEES.
WITH GOOD MANY
OTHER GOODS, WHICH
WILL BE SOLD~ AT
THE LOWEST PRICE
A mU o o iUG. lA s.wor .
Ae T OhRW2U Y.-A T.-A W,
OOMRhdaL BA%k ati,oie,
O1UIMBA, 8. C.
)efore. Ribbons of all colors,
ep as.good a line of shoes as a
shoes can be bought from oth<
boro, or quit the business at or
Nater, Milk Shakes or Ginger
AND FED STABLES.
I HAVE STILL LEFT ON HAND
eight young Kentucky Mules, from
three to five Years old well broke,
from 16 to 16, hands high.:
A few little Plug Mares, nice size
f'or Pfhrming purposes. A couple of
good Saddle Horses and some good
Bingle Harness Horses. I will sell
them cheap or swap them for broken
I have several good Milch Cows and
young Calves, which I will sell cheap
or exchange for dry cattle.
Persons wishing to buy will do well
to call and examine the above stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
A. new Axle Grease in tins. Bet
ter and cheaper castor oil
KXilk Coolers, "Gem" Freezers,
Perforated and Plain Pie
Plates, Dee) and Shal
low Jelly Cake Pans,
Wire Fruit and Flower Baskets,
Watering Pots, Ac., &c.
To save your grain and a hand's
wages, get a supply of
Large size (125 lb cotton), 50c.;
Our Braced, Straight Handle,
[ron Foot Plow-Stock has proven
its merits. Buy one.
'1e. ILE CUMMflINGM.
PERFECT SPARK ARRESTERS.
WYATER ELEVATORS AND PURI
RE~APERS, SELF-BINDERS AND
E1LTIVATOR3 AND DOUBLE-FOOT
and many ether Labor-Saving Machines.
All for sale by
Ap10-6 --JAMES PAGAN.
IEL SON'S HO.T EL
COLVN'BIA, M. (O.
W. NEAR TO BUSINESS PART OP
(W* Hot and Cold Baths free to guests
The only V1lat-Vlas~s Hotel , in
3eldsebIA rtun at $1.0)Ier Diy
OWER 4MD PaOOPMETOR.
cheap for cash.
ny house in town. You will
r houses. I will always sell
THE WINNSBORO BAR.
H. A. GAILLARD,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Office in building of Winnsboro National
A. S. DOUGLASS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
No. 0 Law Range,
WINNSBO. O, S. C.
Practices in the Stnto and United States
O. W. HUCI[ANAN. J. H. YAU1nOIOUQI,
BUCHANAN do YARDOROUGH,
No. 7 Law Range,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Practices in all United States and State
Courts. Special attention to corporation
and Insurance law.
W. L. McDONALD,"
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Office up stairs in THUE MEws AND IlER
II. N. ODEAn. W. C. RION.
OBEAR & RION,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Nos. 7 and 9 East Washington As.
WrINNSIORO, s. cg
Offices same as occupied by the lato Col
James It Rion.
J E. McDONALD, C. A, DOUGLASS
Solicitor Sixth Circuit.
MoDONALD & DOUGLASS,
ATT ORNYS AND COUNELLoRS AT LAW,
Nos. 3 and 4 Law Range,
WINNSB3ORO, S. U.
Practices in all the State and United
E. 1B. RAUBDALEA. 0. W. RAeSDALE
RAGSDALE & RAGSDA LE,U
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
No. 2 Law Range,
WI NN SB oR o, S. C.
JAS. GLENN McCANTS,
A T TO R N1E Y -AT - L AW,
No. 1 LAW RL NNGE,
W I N N SJBORO, S. C.',
LW"Practices in the State and United
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