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s:;iuont insertion. Thes ee rites apply 'to
advortisentunts:of overy-character, and are
pa vhlo strictly In advance. Obituaries
nl tr lbut .s of respect are charged for as
aivertis nients. Mfarriage notices, and
atmplo annour,eoennts of deaths, .aO pub
. shol free, and are solleited. Liberal terms
for contract advertisements.
rr"W~ A..t\ eL1it,miotlt"i..
Millinory-'J. 0. Boag.
For the Hai'-W. E. Aiken.
Nomiation for Probate Judge.
Attention-W. 0. Brice, Socrotary.
Brick-McMaster, 'lBrico & Ketcbin.
Nomiation for School Comnis
-Grand Spring opening of millinery
at Mrs. MoCarley's to-day, Friday,
and Saturday.. t
-Dr. Aiken advertises various hair
restorativos and tonics, of which he
has a superior line.
-At the request of one of the teach
ers at Mount Zion, we will state that
the trustees gave holiday on Monday.
--When you come to town and buy
anything that you saw advertised in
this paper, you will confer a favor
upon both advertisers and publishers
if you will state that you saw it ad
vortised in this paper..
--We have a large sign painted on
the wall of our office. We hope it is
large onough for all-to see, and that
hereafter no one ' will have any
trouble to find us. The sign was
painted by Prof. DeIHerradora.
--We have heard some complaints
of customers coining in our store last
Saturday that did not get waited on.
We hope they will excuse us and call
again, as we will have more help here
after on Saturdays.
Q. D. WILLIFORD & Co.
-There being much interest taken
in the Smith election in this place, we
had a special telegraphic ieport from
Columbia announcing the result, which
was placed on our bulletin board.
This was the first news of the result
to many of our citizens, and the board
was eagerly scanned by those inter
-W call attention to the now ad
vertisemnent of J. 0. -Bong. This
house has always enjoyed an enviable
record in the millinery line, and this
records will be -kept to its present
standard. Anything, also, may be
obtained from them in the general
merchandise line,' and it will repay
one to give,.them a call.
--It may not be generally known
that in this county there are quarries
of whetstone of the finest quality.
One tract below Winnsboro, contain
ing this stone Is in the hands of Cald
well & Co. for sale. We believe If this
~industry is developed it will prove. a
paying one. There has been some
talk, but wvhIch has -not yet assumed
\ definiteness, ot quarrying this rock.
-The millinery establishment of
Mrs. J. D. McCarley is indeed a gem
in its line. The taste with wilich the
goodsp are arranged and the general
neatness of its three departments can
not fail to 'attract the attention and
dollars of any who enter. Mrs. Ma,
Carley offers to the ladles of Winns
bore and the county ev.orything need
ed In the milinory line in the latest
styles and at the lowest prices. M:-s.
McCarley, who entirely understands
Lher business, is assisted by Miss Rich
ardson, from the North, and the ladies
will find it to their interest to consult
them bofom'o purchasing elsewhere. *
NOTIOE.-The DaYis Sewing Ma
chine Company have a standing offer
of $1,000Owhich they will pay to any
-person who will do the same range of
work and do 1t as well on any other
mdchino. Mr. J. 0. Boag represents
this company. t1
TAKING TRIEM IN PAIs.--Mr. Q. W.
Crawford has shown us the brushes
of two red foxes caught by Major
-Woodwara and himself on Wednesday
morning. Two ereds In one chase is
hard to beat, and we call on the Rech
land hunters to better it -if they can.
DE~NTAL NoTIoE.-Dr. Isaiah Simp
son, Surgeon DentIst, Lancaster,
S. C., .respeetf\rlly informs the ci.
- zna anid public generally, that lie will
-visit Ridgeway, S. C., profecssionally,
en the 9th day of April, anid remain
-three or four days. 'Call at once. I
cannot wait. s Time i9 money. Teeth
extracted without pain. Terms cash.
Satisfaction guaranteed. *
The Delightful Liqui Laxative.
Syrup of Figs' Is 'a 'most agreeable
and valuable family remedy, as it is
easily tdken by old and young, and is
prompt and effectivo in curing Habit
nal Coistlpation and the many i0ls
depending on a' weak or Inactive con
dItion of the KCidneys, Liver and
Bowels. It acts. gently strengthens
the organs on Which It nots, and
awiekons them~ to a healthy activity.
For sale by Dr. W. E. Aiken. *
rADIERS A t ItwI.--Th Farmors
411lauceis an organization in North
Oarollna,- which we kiow. nothing
about except 'the fact that it is large
in 'numbore- and is 'spreading. We
have recoived'a letter from the score
tary of the Alliance inyWadosboro, in
which he statos that he has. boon ap
pointed to organize the Allianco in
this county and district, and askhig
for advertising rates and other infor
-FOR FRAGRANCE. ELEGANCE and DU
ability, Biarrett's Imporial Cologne.
a MoMASTEIt, BRIO d KETCDIN'.
Baroz YAnD.-Sevoral gentlemen
have associated thomsolves together
to mas;ufaoturo brick in this place.
There is no possible reason why a
brick yard should not pay in Winns
boro as well as in other, places. We
have all the necessary material right at
our doors-clay, and good clay at that.
This brick yard will be commenced at
an early dato,.and we hopo that the
venture will prove a successful one.
PERsONAL.-J. T. Barron, Esq., of
Columbia, was in town on Wednesday
Dr. J. P. Kennedy, of MoConnolls
ville, York county, visited friends in
Winnsboro two days this week.
Mr. W. S. Rabb has secured a posi
tion in the asylum and has left for that
place. Mr. Rabb's familiar face will
be greatly missed by his many friends
here, but they wish him at the same
time abundant success in his new field.
TRY GILDER'S PILLS
For the Liver.
MoMAsTER, BRICE & KETCIIIN.
Tn TILL FAMIIY.-This fanily gave
one of their entertainments in the
Opera House on 'Monday night to a
large audience. The playing on the
musical rocks was a thoroughly en
joyable and novel feature. Many
other unique musical instruments
wore introduced and performed upon.
Among other parts of the programme
there was some vety fine quartottes by
the family. It was the most enjoya
ble musical entertainment of the sea
UNCLAIMED LETTrEs.-Tile follow
Ing is a list of letters remaining in the
Postofiico at Winnsboro, S. C., April
W. S. Adams, Miss Anna Bird, Mrs.
liannio Gladden, Chas. Hall, Dan
Marbbley, Mrs. G. C. Perrin, Wat
Piny, Mrs. Mary E. Robinson, Jeff
Rusel, A. J. Wingate, Win. Work
Persons calling for any of the above
letters will please say they were ad
vertised. DuBlosil EGLEsTON,
-U. H I P, or IIni 's Hlepatie Panacea cur es
tion It has no cquAl.rE.BIE&KTHN
Do Youn PAnT.-Messrs. Cald well
& Co. have Issued a circular letter
asking for information in regard to
the special advantages of the difforent
sections of the county. It is tolbe hoped
that their request will receive prompt
attention. This firm is making the
effort to advertise the resources of the
county in order that the tide of good,
healthy immigration which is coming
Southward may be attracted this way.
Send in the information at once.
There is no time to be lost. Tile world
is moving, and if we don't take care
we will be distanced in the race.
THE ELLIOT'r GIN MANUFACTURING
COMPANY.-In resp)ono -to the pub
lshed call, a number of gentlemen
met in the office of Tux NEwvs AND
IlERALD on Tuesday evening for the
purpose of forming thle Elliott GIn
Manufacturing Company. Mr. T. W.
Lauderdale was called to the chair,
and it was decided to organize the
Company at once, so as to get to work
about the first of May.
Tile following gentlemen wvore re
quested to make Immediate applIcation
for a charter with an authorized capi
tal of $10,000: T. W. Lauderdale,
J. M. Elliiott, T. WV. Woodward, J. E.
McDonald, C. A. Douiglass, T. K.
Elliott, (*. H. McMaster, WV. C. Beaty,
J. M. Stewart, T. H. Ketehin.
The Elliot Gin has won for its
maker, Mr. J. M. Elliott, of Winns
bore, an established reputation, hav
ing worked side by side with other
gins of the best pattern, and is second
to none. Mr. Elliott has testimonials
from different parts of this State and
North Carolina, all of which speak in
the highest terms of the merif,s of his
The Company proposes, by liberal
advertising and honest dealing to push
this enterprise to a successful and
profitable business. And we believe
it will be done;
Mrsl. Pho~bo Ohesley, Peterson, Clay
county, Iowa, tells the following remarka
ble story, the truth of which is vouched for
by the residents of the towvn: "I am 73
years old, havy been troubled with kidney
.complaint and lamoees for many years;
could n1ot dress myself Without help. Now
I am free from air pain andl soreness, andi
anm able to do all my own hiousework. I
owe my thanks to EleOtric Bitters. for
havn renewed my yotith, and remdved
com pltely all disease anld pain." Try a
bott, ony 50 cents at Mohinster, BIrice &
THE CHAMPION LOy
OPENING the season with a blaze
Ladles, we solicit your inspection. 65
In this line we claim to have no compotl
of wash fabrics. Don't fAll to examine
cars of delighted buyers. Lace Flouncli
and 80c. per yard. Hosiery in all styles
the lead. Look at our $1.00, our 75o., o
pressly for us. WE PAY NO FANOY JOBBI
ClOTHING BUYERS delighted l
slashing them in prices. Space will not
funded. We want to see you; we want
hTEMS FROM MOSSY DALE.
There has been a'dearth of news since
my last,-so far as relates to public in
terest. We have had an abundance of
rain for the last month, consequently I
the farmers are much behind with 1
their work. There ar6 a few who are
well up, while others have done very
The amount of fertilizers used far
exceeds any amount in the last fow
I am glad to see our old friend J. M. j
G. is taking so much interest in the
agricultural prosperity of our county,
by way of giving us his experience in
the cultivation of cotton. lie is a man
of fino judgment and much experience, t
and what he has to say is worthy of
Miss Mary Wylie has been visiting
friends in this neighborhood, and I i
think has formed some strong attach
monts. We would like to see the visit 1
Mosars. J. C. and Labon Chappell
have returned from Birmingham,
where they have been in business for
some time. Mr. Jack Chappell is at
home, and his brother I heat' is in busi
ness in Columbia. I learn they were
very much pleased and benefitted, but
I am better pleased to know that old
Fairfield has so strong an attachment
as to bring them back.
I am sorry to announce the death of
Miss Nannio Curlee. She died at the
residence of her brother, Mr. J. R.
Oureo on Sunday, March 25. She
was a very promising young lady, just
in the bloom of life. Her health has
been bad for several years, and for the
last few months she was confined to
the house and bed. Her death was
not unexpected by herself, and she left
assurances that all was well. The
funeral services were conducted . by
the Rev. N. K., Melton, and her re
mains" were placed at rest in the
Greentriii burying grotind. The
family has the sympathy of the whole
community. Three weeks ago her
siter, Mrs. Ligon, was buried. Tbis ,
Is a severe blow to t'he aged mother
Mrs. Summers and family, of New
berry, are visiting the family of Mr.
T. C. Caumak. Wow wish them a pleas- I
ant time. MOSSY DALI. ]
ii. II. P.
Cures sick headache in t.wenty mninutes.
* AroMAsTER'.- B3UCE & KETtUHIN.t
THE .RIDGE WAY EL ECTION.
In response to a call of some citizens
of Ridgeway, about twenty of the
twenty-five voters in the town, met atC
the post office to nominate candidates
for Intendant and Wardens, on Mon
day, the 2nd inst. Mr. A. F. Rluff was
called to the chair, and Mr. A. A.
Morris acted as secretary. The object
of the meeting was stated by the chair t
and nominations were made. WV. H.
Ruff was nominatedi, but dteclined.
Dr. R. H. Edmunds wyas nomintated,
but It wvas stated in th'e meeting that
he would not serve if elected. A. F.
Rluff was nominated, but declined,
stating that his business was such as
to necessitate frequent absence from
town. W. H. Ruff was again nomi
nated, but he positively declined,t
stating that his duties In the store was.
such that ho could not attend to the du
ties of the place, and that he would
not have the position under any cir
cumnstances. Jno. A. Desportes was j
thati nominated and elected without a e
dissenting vote. Balloting for WYar- f
dens then took place with the follow.
ing result: 1. C. Thomas, R. D. B3o
liek, E. C. Helis, and 8. F. Cooper.
These nominations. were then made
unanimous. It was rumored on Sat
urday that there would be another
ticket in the field. On Monday morn
ing when tihe pols were opened it .
was discovered that, the ticket was
really out. -Two gentlemen who took
part in the regular nominations In the
citizens meetin)g were present at the
polls to challenge votes. They made,
or pretended to make five challenges
-all of them being colored but one.
TIhe election proceeded with some ox
citement, aund wvhen the result was an
nounced it was discovered that Wj. HI.
fluff, who had positively' refused a
nomination in the citizens meeting,
had been elected by a majorlty of two.
The Wardens elected were: I. C.
Thomas, (whose name was on both 'I
tickets) R. D. Bolck, 8. F3. Cooper,
regular nominiees, and W. 8. Jones. I
Wileo there is so much being said
about the fourth ward in. Columbia, C
and bolting from regular noininations
we think it a good ideato lot the poo- 'J
pie know through your eolumnns ho0W
things are progressing' in. the county 8
and the small-town 'of Rlidgeway. We
think it a bad precedent to establish
as this Is electio erw especially so (
when~ countenaniced by men who are it
considered the best cItizens of the ;
V PRICE LEADERS,
of glory. All departmnents complete
deees of the best Dress Ginghams, on
ition. Figured Lawns, Plain, Checke(
Jhem; they are perfectly grand. The
Igs, Ialnsook Flouncings, All Over L
and prices. Handkerchiefs I HIandke
ur 50o., and our 20e. Coreot. Stacks
R'8 PRIEs I MONEY WILL TELL. Colt
oyond the power of expression. S.
permit us to give you a full account
to sell you.
Mr. W. H. Morgan, merchant, [Lake
3Ity, Fla., was taken with"a severe Cold
ittended with a distressing Cough an1
unning into Consumption In its first
tagos. He tried many so-called popular
ough remedies and steadily grow worse.
Yas reduced In flesh, had difficulty in
reathing and was unable to sleop. Fin
Illy tried Dr. King's New Discovery for
3onsumption and found immediate relief,
md after using about a half dozen bottles
ound himself well and has had no return
>f the disease. No other remedy can show
o grand a record of cures. as Dr. King's
!ow Discover for Consumption, Guar
mteed to do just what is claimed for it.
'rlal bottles free at MoMaster, Brico &
cetchin's Drug Store.
FOR SOROOL 0OMazISSIONER.
The many friends of Mr. S. R. JOHN
iTON hereby announce him as a candl
late for School Commissioner-subject to
he action of the Democratic primary. *
We are authorized to announce Capt.
FNO. A. IINNANT as a candidate for
e-elodtion to the office of Probate Judge
-subject to the action of the Democratic
BRICK I BRICK I
7,0 *OO 1tR I: 8, ItEO BCK FR SALE
Winnsboro Steam Fire Engine Co.
A TTEND regular meeting of your com
pany in the Town Hal! this (Tlnirs
lay) evening at 8 o'clock.
W. O. BRICE,
FOR THE HAIR.
AYER'S HAIR VIGOR.
A fresh supply of Hood's Sarsa
>arilla, just received.
W. E. AIKEN,
Messrs. Editors8: We beg leave to p lace
a nomination for the omieo of Sheriff for
rairfieid County Mr. H. YONGUJE MIlL
lING. Mr. Milling is in every way qual
fled to fi the position, having had a num..
icr of years' experience in the omeo,e and
vould make a most acceptable olicer.
Dhis nomination is subject to tho action of
he Democratic primary.
* MANY Vo'rEns.
The friends of Mr. R. E. ELLISON re
poetfully present him to the voters of
airfield County as a man in every way
ultable and wvorthy to fill the oilice of
heriff, and hereby announce him as a
andidate for that poaitIon-subject, how
vor, to the action of the Democratic party
n the primary election. *
FOR CLERIK OF COURT.
The many friends of Mr. 1R. I. JEN
ilNGS announce him as a candidate for
31erk of Court-subject to the action.of
he Democratic primary. *
The nmany friends of Capt, J. LEcWIS
VARDLAW hereby announce him as a
andidate for the ofice of Clerk of the
jourt. Capt. Wardlawv is wecll known in
he County and is fully qiualified to per
crm the dutIes of the office. -This nomi
alaien is subject to the actIon of the Dem-.
coralic primary. ;
FOR SCHIOOL COMMISSIONERi.
We are authlorlzzed to announce Dr. JNO.
30YD as a candidate for re-election to
he office of School Commissionr-subject
o the action of the Democratic primary. *
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
HE cparnerhipheretorore existing
beweH. J. McCarley and D.YJ
facaulay, is tbia day dissolved by mutual
onsent. D. J. Mlacaulay wIthdrawing
rem said firm.
R. J. McCARLEY
D. J. MACAULAY.
1 wIll continue the Cotton and Commis
Len business under old firm name of R. J.
IcCarley & Co.
R. J. McCARLEY.
Winnsboro, S. C., April 2, 1888.
ANOTHER SUPPLY 0OF T HOSE
no Imported Irish Potatoes for t.able
so. Also, Early Rtose and Burbank
'hurber's M4 and 41 Coffees.
Choice Green Coflees.
'ull Cream Cheese. tbeue
lit'on~ and Currants.
* . Mine Meat and Cranborries.
'omatoes, and Okra and Tomatoes.
Canned Corn, Peas and Beans.
nocotash and Grated Pineapple.
With good many other Shelf Fancy
irocerios, all of whlih will 6e ,sold
I the lowest p>rice for cash Mt
FORD & CC
ARE READY FOR SPI
in every detail. Grand accumulation
ly 10e. por yard. 190 pieces of White La
I and Stripped Nainsooks, Mulls, Cambi
greatest stock of Embroideries and Lac
ico, All Over Embroideries. Look at 2,
rchiefs 1 3,000 of them from 2ac. to 50o
f Novelties and Notions and Gonts' Goi
e and buy from us; we will- give you th
oos 1 Shoes I It's terrible; it's dreadful
f all the bargains we have in store for .
TALKS WITH THE OT
Telling hdw to select and keep your
seed pure. How to plant and cul
tivate. How to fertilize and
what kind to use. What
kind of land to plant
and what to judgo
How to Sell to the Best Advantage I
HOW To DESTROY WOlIMS
AND HOW TO DO IT.
ALSO ROW IIE MAI)E
44 BALES OF COTTON
With One Mule and One Plough
$1,480 CLEAR PROFIT!
ALSO TREATS ON OTHER
Practical Farm Matters, with no Fan
cy Theory and Names nor Words
that cannot be Understood
by the AVERAGE
PRICE FIFTY CENTS A COPY
Send your orders the THE NEWS
AND JIERALI), Office Winnsboro,
S. C., Solo Agents for Fairfield Coun
ty, or order through our Canvassing
Agent, Mr. J. S. McCreight.
We offer the following special rates
to the subscribers of; the Weekly
NEws AND IIERALD:
NEWS AND HERLAD and Peter
kin's Book................$1 90
NEWS AND) HERALD, Southern
Cultivator and Peterkin's Book, 2 80
TEuRS: Cash in advance.
THE CRY IS
STILL TiE COME
GROESCHIEL & C0,
HAS OPENED A COMBiNATION STORE,
WHERE YOU WILL FIND BACON,
Meal, Flour Grits, Lard, Oil,
Sugar Coffee, Starch Salmon, Mackerel,
Ples~ Corned Be,ef, Pickyle ee, Sar
dinves Cias nTobacco, 1ipes, Paperg
Brushes,C Brooms CaiCes Candy~ Mplce,
Pepr Cnlvs ntmeg, hologna bausage
OUR LIQUOR DR1'ARTMB.NT
Is stoeced with the oldest and finest Corn
andl Rye Whiskies, WVines, Brandies, &c.
st alw1ays n\where you can get the
Come to see us.
GIROESCHIEL & CO.I
AND FED STADLIS.
J[ORSES AND R UJAEM.
I still have onl hand twenty head of
Horses and Mules, all broke andt ready,.for
the farm; among them I have some large
TUIPENTINE AND LjOG-ULES.
Also a f(e-v medium size. I also have a
few plug niulies. I have a few nice, young
for:sale, or will exchane theit for dry
cattle. I am also pain the highest cash
prc frdy cat ti,bth fat and poor.
Persons wdh otrd will do wel t
call at my sables and see me As I am
always waiting and ready to accommodate
my friends, either in buying or selling.
of exquisite styles in Dress Goods.
wn, prices from 60. to 50o. per yard.
ice, Piquets, and all the latest styles
)s on record in this town ring in the
200 yards .of Lace at 10c., worth 25o.
piece. Corsmts Corsets I Wo claim
ids. Hats I Hats I Manufactured ex
> benofit of the bargains.j
it's awful, to see the way we are
ou. Goods exchango'i or money re.
THE WINNSBORO BAR.
H. A. GAILLARD,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Office up-stairs over J. M. Beaty i Bro.'s
OSMUND W. DUCANAN,
No. 7 Law Range,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Practices in all United States and State
Dourts. Special attention to corporation
1nd insurance law.
J E. MoDONALS, C. A. DOUGL4SB
Solicitor Sixtlh Circuit.
McDONALD & DOUGLASS,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Nos. 3 and 4 Law Range,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Practices in all the State and United
iE. B. RAOsDALE. G. W. RAGSDALR
RAGSDALE & RAGSDALE,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLoRS AT LAW,
No. 2 Law Range,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
W. L. McDONALD,
ATTORNEY AND,COUNSELLOR AT' LAW,
No. 5 Law Range,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
JAS. GLENN MOCANTS,
A TTO RN E Y-AT -LA W,
No.1 LAW RANGE,
IWPracticos in the State and United
A. M. DOUGLAS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
No. 0 Law Range,
Practices in the State and United States
I. N. OnAn. W. C. BroN.
OBEAR & RIONT,
ATrTORtNEY8 AND COUNBELLORS AT LAW,
Nos. 7 and 0 East Washington bs.
WINN8DORO, 8. 0.
Offices same as occupied by the late Cel
James II Rion.
I N S T OCK.
NICE SIDE-BARUTOP BUGGIEB,
LJlhung on Brewster and Timken
2 OPEN SIDE-BAR BUGGIES,
J Brewster, Tlrmken and American
tOANOPY-TOP JUMP SEAT.
I BUGGY-TOP JUMP SEAT.
3IINGLE AND) DOUBLE HAR-.
N ICE EMBROIDERED DUSTERS.
Iho Winnsboro Wagon
We are willing to place along side any
>ther make. We warrant~ thorn,. arid
Lak purchasers to give us at least an
We still handle the LONG-IIANDLE
LhOW STOCK, best in market..
MATTHEWS & CUMMINGS,
)00KING & HEATING STOVES
ALWAYS ON IIAND).
A LSO, TIN WARE, IIOLLOW-WARE,
t. Jars, Flower-Pots, and general house
Lold furnishing goods.
ITOVES, TIN WARE, &C., REPAULSO
All work guaranteed first class. 296ry.
h ie to suit the times.
orth of P9. La ecker Bro ',.'Oedo
W. W. KETCIIf, Agt.
Successor to J. HI. Ottmmings.
oOV. D. F. PRnIu.
) Uis cop of th li~f and wrts f
MoMAST ER. RiR A KflPrINr