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Saturday, 'juiy 19, 1888.
aint's 6a InALD.
T ij. yady i ".1, , per an
wm In advat. WeeklY of ton, olie
Iataand fif y cents per anmalt , in ad,
Ayi r n Ap VIJTisfl .-One dollar
Par 1nch(solid mlinion) for the first insor
Lion, a effty.cofnte per loh for each nub
so lutqt insertion. These rates apply to
,uadit ut'ltcitaof every charact, and are
-i)slle stirtlty'in ativarico. Obituaries
tt d t.i tbtt is of respect are chai'ged for as.
advertlselmints.. Marriage notier, aid
, mplo aunounceinents of deaths, are pub
lished free, and are solicited. Liberal teri
" f-it .olntr.act.adydrwisenuts. .
BQ41D.0F YIsITOnRS.--Tie following
persons constitute the Board of Via
itousato thke Mi. Zion Oollego for the
week-beginning Monday, May 21:
W. 9. Beaty, T. K. Elliott, Rev.
n ' ,ttlVells'iTln
11ru-Miz--D. A. IIendrix.
Tea--MoMaster, Brice & Ketchin.
ie Cal Dr,ets.
-The friends of Mrs. Thomas Jor
dan, .yhq has. reqently been very ill,
will:Petpleased to know that her con
dition_is much inproved.
-One-of our preuent county 6ficials
has made a stbp in preparation for the
approaching campaign by piirehas#ng
a haidpome horse for usein,his rounds.
-Messrs. Harris -and Brice have
formed a partnership, and will go into
the poikbry bsine'sE at an early day.
Partios desirLing fino.bred"stock should
give them a call.
--Mr. T. W. Lauderdale is painting
the front Of his store which was. much
damaged by the recent fire. The store
now presents quite a handsome ap
pearance, though the flourishing trees.
in front were - almost killed by the
--Mr. D. A. Hendrix advertises to
day Frui-Miz lie left at our office on
yyesterday a postal from a well-known
Gharleston firm, stating that his order
had been received, but owing to the
pressin, demand ho was "utiable to
furniehit for to-day, but would ship
the desired quantity at the, earliest op
-As has been already announced
the oral examinations at Mount. Zion
in Juno will be beld publicly. It .has
bbon common heretofore for pupils. to
stop school just before the examina
tion, and it is therefote requested that
p're'ntsV will see that their children
attend 'du ring - those, exercises. This
is a mattar that teachcrc cannot control
unless the parents co-operate.
TRY GIX.DEi's PILLS
- For' the Liver.
MoMAsThR, BRICE & I5ETOIIIN.
WIIISUN-DAT. -The~ congregation
of the EpispcopaI oliurchi will meet for
divine soe vice at the Methodist church
.t.-morr'ow at 11, a. mn., and 5:30, p.
mSuday-school at 10, a. in. Rov.
J. G. Glass, minister in charge.
BAsE BIALL.--We raro regqnested to
stata that all parties interested in the
formation of a base ball club are Iu
vited to meet on the College green at
6:80 o'clock, p. m., on Monday. It is
proposed to organio a club which will
knock out the finest club in the South
ern inter State League.
:RELIGoOUs. SI VICEs.-Sarvices at
the reb.yterlan church to-morroiw,
by the pastor, aL 11, a. mn. Sabbath
School at 5, p. mt.
-Services,.at the Associate Rleformned
ch.ugh, at 11,.a. ip., and d1,,p. m.,
by tleo pastor. Sidbbathi-School at 10,
a. mn. - .
CORN F~oR SA E.- e 0a'n that
corn lias advanced seven cents per
bushel within a short time. It does
not make much-difference to the farm..
ers of Fairfield shuco we .are informed
that-one farmer recently. sold to one of
our merchants five hundred bushels,
and stated that'hli had plenty more to
dispose of at a reasonable price.
A BIo REUNrON.-Thoe' Confederate
survivors of Greonvillo county met re
con thy and organized an association
wIth115 mnemnboers. It was dicided to.
hold a great rennion of Confederate
soldiers during the military enoampv
mont, atnd to invite Gon. Gordoii, (Gen.
Fitzhugh Lee and other . officers to
make orations. Confederate survlv
em's everywhere will be invited.
DEA'TH.-aOur peOle lo 1 kegret to
learn 'of the death of little Walter, the
/fIfteinionths old chlkd of Mr. . arid
Mrs. J. M. Beaty, which occurred at
1 o'clock Friday. IIe had been a pa
tient suff'erer for two weeks past, and
the end was doubtless, a .rellef. to the
little felloW. Tl!io remains wlll be in
termod in the Presbyterian church yard
at- 11 o'clock' to-day. The afflicted
family have tho sympathy of numer
LLIAItrY.-TheO Columbia Regis
ter has recently Introduced in its col
umne a system of free advertising,
which will at once be seen to. be an act
of thoughtful liberality on the part of
the proprietor, as well as an unitold
benefit to parties wanting help~"Er
seeking situation. All persons in the
State seeking emnploymnt or wanting
help, can insert an advertisement in
the columns of the Reglster-, not .ox
eeding twenty-five words, free. We
are sure our contemnporary will lose
nothing by.its generous kindness..
Iluoklen's Arnien Ma1vo.
Tu BasT SALyE In the world for Cuts,
lituises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt IEheum. Fever
Sores, Tietr Chtapped Hands, ChilbJnams,
Corns, and Sal kmi Etuptions, and pesl
tirely cures riles,- or no pa ured'. It
isgnar ~ec~t iepre slsfaction,
or uii~IfinO1 Pae20 cents per
bow. .'For uaie byt MoMastor, lBrice &
lUDiSko*ti& BEST.-Last suminer
our tQWlrA4isalited with an epidem.
ic of hber which most A our citizens
attrii ited to local causes. We will
no o ibr uto the question as to what
*t e ese of last year's eiokness,
,bi" . " wr io to simply reminld our
ol,ilzeps tht the warm weather 18
upori,t ,and that .it behooves -very
itizet'' soo, that his beiss do not
MAirish the germ fo 'any.. disease.
Osoal%%ss" li next to 'GQdliness, and
tit to,bo hoped that the pronises of
lio.oitlien will furnish critieism for the
'oard of Health in thefrj4 uai hlinual
ER80NAL.--Sheriftl' . I. Glenn and
wife, of Yorl :'llo, are visiting his
daughter, Ms. I!f. I. Williford.
Misses Magry and Susie Mackoroll,
of Blackstock, aae visiting frionds In
Mrs. W. L. Davidson and family, of
Lincolnton, X. C., are visiting in
Miss Carrie Flenniken, of Chester, is
spending a few days with friends in
Misses Mattie Woodward and Minnie
Yonguo, of the county, are spending a
few days with friends in town.
IN FIvE YEARS.-Fivo years 'ago a
wagon factory was established at
Hickory, N. C., with a capacity of 500
wagons annually. . This same factory
now has a capacity of 6,000 a year, and
successfully competes -.anywhere with
the prbducts of Nor.thlern .or Western
factories. Our owu town has such in
enterprise, and altioukh on:ly -eatab
lished for a short tine, 'it has every
promise of buccess. The proprietors
are men of pluck alid.energy, and are
determined, by merit to supply this
and other counties with this indispen
sable article. We predict for the
Winnsboro Wagon Company thie same
success which has crowhed the effurts
of our friond In the old North State.
--ii. 11. 1', or, II111's lepatio Na'naea cures
Sick eladache in 20 minutes. For Coristia
tion it has no equal.
* . McMASTER..IIRICE & KETCIIN.
THE W. W: & C.-R. R. Ix LANCAS
TER.- We are indebted to an exchange
for the following facts in regaed to the
feeling In portions of I4ancaster county
toward the. Wadesboro, Winnsboro &
tamak Railroad: A large and enthu
siastie meeting was held at TradeE
ville, in that county on Saturday last,
and a number of gentlenien spoke feel
Ingly of the prospects of the enterrise
and the many advantages which would
accrue to that section by the building
of the road. A resolution was unani
inously adopted favoring the road, and
pledging the influence of the section
to raise by subscrlption or. otherwise,
such an amount a 'm ay be necessary
to secure said road. The people along
the entire line are awakening . to tihe
grand opportunity to secure the road,
and by unlied eff'ort will exert every
energy to make tile coveted enterprise
a grand success.
I[. -M. P.
* Utres sick nlicao in ny minutes.
Notice to Presiden~ts of Clubs.
RooMs DEMOcRATIC Co. 1AX. COMx.
WINNsnIono, 8. C., 17 May, 1888. -
The Democratic County Convention
held 'in Winnsboro'~ on 17th inst.,
adopted the follo'wing resolution:
"That Art IX. of the constitution
of the Democratic party of Fairfield be
change4 by striking out the word,
"elective", and in inserting the word
all, so that the Article shall read: The
system of primary elections' by ballot
is hereby prescribed as the mode of
nominating, candidates for all county
officers andU for the General Assembly.
The said elections shall be conducted
umder the rules and- regulations to be
fixed by the cQunty executive commit
The constitution of the Democratic
party in Fairfield County pirescribes
that two-thirds of the clubs in the
county shall ratify all amendments
to thlat instrument before such amend
mnents shlall become operative. sYou
will please nlotify the eounty chalf-man
of the action of your club on the above
HI. A. GAIr,ID,,
JAs. Q. DAVIS,.
Sec. Co. Er. Coin.
Messrs. .E'ditors: In response to
your request I give the yield of a few
crops on my land in this neighboroood.
In 1885 1 sowed twelve acres In wheat
and reaped (by actual measurement)
one hundred and seventy-five bushels.
In 1887 my wages halnde, with 0110
plough, made nine bales of cotton,
sixty, bushels of corn, sevent.y-five
bushels of wheat, one hundred bushela
of potatoes, and about eighty bushels
of.6ats. I planted o'ne pound of main
'moth Duncan Cotton Aeed, and gath
ered one hunldred anId seventy-four
pounds-of seed cotton.
Coof Thompson, a tenant, mnade,
with 0one plough, thlirteenl bales of cot
ton with one plough, one hundred
bushels of corn, besides wheat, oats
potatoes and peas; .this, too, without
the use of fertiliz,ers,
I believe with proper cultivation tile
old hills of Fairfield are as productive
as .any other part of the State. In
other words, thora is more in the,.cul
tivation thlan in the land.
Bluokhead hAs such' model farmers as
Capt. T'. Mi Lyles, Mr. L. R1. Fee, anid
others worthy of imitation. We also
have Mrs. Ladd to take lessons fronm
in hlorticulture and pomology-t hose
sciences that add so muchl to the coim
fort of hoine.
Jacob Feastet\ -deceased, made on
one acre over twenty.fonr hundred
peands of seed cotton aftei- Dr. Cloud's
A LOUD NOTE I
We have this week placed on'our"
more attractive is the low prices we ai
Ladies, don't think of bi,ing Emi
Also, an endless variety of BLAC]
1,000 pairs of LADIES' HOSE, of
This delightful cooling and in
and system vitalizr, furnisjg til
tains tlie normal tonc of- hg thy f
table it is acceptable to tlihOmost <
ITS PROPERTIES: Prepart
the medical properties are invalun
pared, we were determined to still
ing and delicious beverage overop
CANNOT BE USED TI
Not a foaming gas drink of- sv
ing, delicious drink--an extremely
mode of cultivating cotton on soine of
the Buckhosd laid.
This is.a desirable part of the coun
ty, and only needs good settlers with
means to develop its resources.
We wish you success in your efforts
to build up old Fairfield. c.
Buckhead, S. C., 15 May, 1888.
PIC-N10 AT MONTICELLO..
llesfrs, Editors: It was my fortune
to attend the schoot plc-nic at Monti
cello about ten days ago, and seeing
no published account of' It I will
endeavor to give you some idea
of howy things passed off. At
an early hour, the oak grove
of Mr. Kirkland was thronged with
vehicles of all kinds from which alight
ed 'thie young maidens gleesomne and
free, the aged wvith frosty locks-all
bent on beholding the May Queen and
her attendants. It was not long be
fore the coun.n could be seen) ap
proaching the festooned ar'bor pro
pared in the woods for the occasion.
The children moved along with as firm
a step as ever old Stonewall's line
moved into battle. Miss Lizzie Kirk
land, was crowned Queen, and acquit
ted herself well In responding to the
testimonies of allegiance from her
different subjects, .among whom were
the Misses Arnett, Hlamiter, McMeok in,
Hammond and others, from the neigh
borhood. Handsom6 little MIss Dick
ert, from Newberry, also bowed obe
dience to her Sovereign Queen. The
male characters were Master WValter
Kirkland, John - Davis, Eddie Owvens
Suffice it to say that everything p?er
taing to the exercises passed off as
gratifying as Miss Davis, the teacher,
could have wished.
The~ 'pople of Monticello have teen
favored in gettiing the services of such
an intelllg'ent lady to traifa their chit
dren. She evidently knows her busi
ness for the success of that day gave
ampl proof. All praise is due and I
thik all accord to her w611 done.
Upon the grounds~ also were some
visitors from Winnsboro - Messra.
Seigler, Williford, Gaillard and Elliott,
accompanied by thrde of the 'Boro's
fair damsels-Misses Gerig, Hlanahan
Well dinner was apmounced, and
we one and all repaired to- the table
which was bountifully filled with sub
stantials, dainties, etc. Everybody
seemed'to enjoy the day hugely, even
the visitors. MORE ANON.
Its Delicacy of Flavor
And the eflicacy of its action have
rendered the famous liquid fruit reme
dy, Syrup of Figs, immensely popu
lar. It cleanses and tones up the
clogged, and feverish system, dispels
headaches, colds and fovers, cures
Habitual Constipation, Dyspepsia and
the many Ills depending on a weak or
inactive condition .of the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels. Manufactnred only
by the California Fig Syrup Company,
San Francisco, Cal. For sale by Dr.
W. E. Alkon. ' *
TEA ! TEA!! TEA!!!
'INE Gunpowder, IIyson and Plack
Tea, Mason's Blacking, (Ilycerole
Shoe PolIsh, Ponmade for polishing metal,
Gox's Gelat'ine, Best Olive Oil, Chocolate,
Black Pepper, Royal -, Btiking Powder,
Choice Cigars and Cigarettes, ChewIng
Insect Powder, Pierce's Remedies,
Hood's Sarsaparllla, Vita Nuova, R. It. R.
Pills and Tarrant's Aperient.
MoMASTERI,.BRICE & KETCIHIN.
Do. ?ouv Own Pvyein ,t RIome.
disc", Woodward, 8;. . Ma* iy
s HEARD FROM T
eon uters one of (ho largest antI best eel
e offering them at.
rroldorles and Flounoings until you prlec
'C and COLORED SILK GLOVES. Pr
Ily Five Cents por pair. Come and ice us
vigoratiug beverago is not' only the
Le wagte capsed by undue nervous ox
anotions. Its phosphorated acidulo
id from tho nutritious properties of. p
blo and its flavor delicious. After ti
furthor improvo, and by persevering
'ered the publie.
! EXCESS. IS PERRECT]
reetonod air, causing belching of wir
pleasant and officient tonic, over whi
tYBODY LIKES IT !
THE FINEST BEVERAG]
1 O AORES of Land, four miles from
100 ~Blythewood; well watered; one
half in timber. A desirable place.
Lot with Two Store Bu din .s and
Ware-house, fouthtpst corner of Congress
and College streets.
Lot with the Store Building now occu-,
pied by W. C. Beaty.
One Hundred and Thirty-flve (.135)
Acres of good framing lan , two miles
from Winnsboro. Three good tenant
houses on the place, and good barn and
One Hundred and Forty (140) Acres in
Township 13, on Little River known as
the Walter Keller land. A good farm.
Five Hundred and Fifty-three (553)
Aes of good farming land. four miles
from Blackstock. A good ~in-house and
goo teanthouses, in suffi cut number.
A No.i1cotton and grain plantation.
One lot of 40 acres, one nile from Black
stock, with good dwelling-house and all
neessr outbuildings nearly, new. A
One tract 392 acres "of good land, wvell
improved, and'now under good culitivation,
3j% miles from Winnsboro.
J. C. CALD WELL & CO.,e
Real' Estate Brokers.
NEW MEXICAlN BEVERAGE.
--DE0LCOUS, COOLING, VITALIZING.
A NERVE TONIC.
Everybody Likes It!
Eyerybody Wanits It!
Everybody Drinks IL!
THE~ FINEST BEVERAGE IN .THE
.0. A. IJIITE'M.
AND YflD STABLES.
HORSES AND MULES.
I still have on lband twenty head of
Horses and Mules, all broke and ready for
the farm; among them I have some large
TURPECNTINEJ AND LOG MULES.
Also a few medium size. I also have a
fevr plug mules. I has e a few nice, yotmg
for sale, or will exchange thut for dr
cattle. I am also pain the highest cash
ricefor ry et ifat and poor.
?rsons wisintd' trado will dowelto
call at my a les and see me as I anm
always walting and ready to accommodate
my friends, elither in buyinct or selling.
WINNSB3ORo, S. C.
A DIISRA O Executors and
annual returns for thn year 1887 will take
notice that all who have failed to do so b
the first dlay of June, 1888, will be deai
with .as the law provides. . -
J. A. IIINNANT,
May 11; 1889. J.1P. F.'. '
May12fx2w ' _________
KERIOSENE, 20c., WATE~R WIIT,
Fire-Proof, 250. The price being so low
every one should use* only the Fire-Proof,
Safe. Dotter light..
WINN8SHORO WAO6N Co.
HE TROM Q,E(
ctcd stocks of White Goods over bron
We will surely save you money.
Q D- W
most palatablo and delicious dri
3rtion, eithor physical or montal.
us properties make it' especially va
ure fruit juices, combined with thc
iorough oxporimentation fully dont
efforts have accomplished tho higl
LY NON-ALOOHOLIC. (
iA and unpleasant effects after drit
loh nine out of ton persons are oni
"EVERYBODY WANTS I'I
E IN THE WORLD.
A NEW~ LOT OF
RIBBONS, FLOWERS AND
.F .YOU WANT A HANDISOME HAT
r IONiNET1 at a reasonable price, give
is a call.
PATTERN HATS AT COST.
Everything in the Millinury line cheap
YERl. J. D). MOOCARLEY'S
WINES, LIQUORS, TO
BACCO, CIGARS, ETC.,
RI. P. LUMPKIN'S,
l'hree doors south of W. C. Beaty's and
one deer north of 8. 8. Wolfe's,
- Winnsboro, S. C.
N,Y mot to is "Quick Sales and
. .bmallI Profits." Cheapest in
ownu for cash. I also soil the fam6us
.75 degrees. The safest and best. It
s just What you want and what you
hould use, It is a good. iMsuranlce]
>olicy. Ask for Fire- Proof Oi1.
R. P. LUJMPKIN.
WPURE RYE AND CORN WIS
CEY A SPECIALTY.
bTew Crop Teas.
Choice new crop Young HysBon Tea.
Choice New crop Gunpowd'er Trea.
Choice new crop EnRish Breakfast Tea.
Choice new crop oeogTea.
A specialty in the aove goods.
Coffee Sugar, - Granulated and Stand
brd A Sugar.
Pareh(. a ad Green Coffees.
Camnud Meats, Salmon and Salmon
Very choice Evaporated Apples.
Canned Tomatoes, and 0Okcra and To
Rice Flour, Grits, .Meal, Lard and
lyrups-cill recent arrivals. Cheap for
8. 8. WOL1'E'S.
Imijori;ed -Irish Potatoes, Cabbage and
Also Fine Cream Cheese and Macearoni.
i WONDERFUL DI800VERY !
.TOBIACCO AN AID TO HEALTH I
A E OBACCO manufactured by
A1 S. WIJLIAMS& CO., Rich
nond, Va., under a formula prepared by
?rof,'J. W. Mallet, of the Uniyernity of
X1ti-malarial, Anti-dyspoptic, a good
fervlne and an excellent chew.
~or sae by ali dealers. Cal for pamphlet
)F THE GREAT
Pht to this town. What makes them
V0groIo & co.
nk ever disposed from the soda fou
It improves the appetite, aids digos
luablo as a stomach corrector and I
extract from a small tropical plant
oustrating that a most palatable an
Lost possible results, and we now hai
ONTAINS NO YNTOXICAN'
iking. .No ethereal extracts or no li,
husiastic with praise.
! EVERYBODY DRIM
D. A. HE
-WITII TIIE L1GI
THE STAR 2 HAT LEADS ALL
First. Because it is one inch higher in
the arm thani any other.
Second. It is one iuch longer in the arm.
jrt.I e ttachlments cannot be ex- b
Fifth. The needle sets itself.c
Sixth. It never wears out, and why ? a
Because it is so simple that there is but it
little machinery about it, and not a boar- fa
Ing that turns over. Every part rocks,
thus making It the 11g htest running mia
31h111 thia, is made. .A1so it has no verti
3a1 feed spring to get out of fix. The
unount of fancy wvork that can be done is
31n it is too numlerous to mention. J]
Address all orders to
STHE WINNSBORO BIAR.
HI. A. GAILLA1tD, j
A TT OURNBEYA TI-LA W!,
stOilep-stairs over J. M. BJeaty & B3ro.'s
V. E. McDoNALD, 0. A. DoUGLASS
Solicitor Sixthi Circuit.
M~cDONALD & DOUGLASS,
LTTOUNEY8 AND COUN8ELLOllB AT LAW
Nos. 3 and 4 Law flange,
WINNSBIORO, S. C.
Practice in all the State and United
I. N. ODEAn. W. 0. BIow.
OBEAR & 1RION,
LTTORINBYS AND COUNSELLOIW AT LAW,
Nds. 7 and 0 East Washington'i,:.
WVINNBBORO, 8. C.
Offies same as occuped by the late C.)
ames EI Rion.
W. L. McDONALD,
ATToIRNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
No. 5 Law Range,
.WINNS3BORO, 5. 0.
~. 3. RAosDALE. 0. W. RAGsDALIS
RIAGSDALE & RAOSDALE,4
LTToRNEYB AND COUNSELLORs AT LAW,
No. 2 Law Range,
W I NNS 1301R10, . 0.
0811 KND W..BUCBANAN,
No. 7 Law flange,
W I NN SB ORO, t. 0.
Practices in all Uited States and StatO
)ourte. Special a tention to corporation
bnd insuranco law.
JAS. GLENN McCANTS,,
A T T O R NEY- AT -L AW,
N(o.1 LAW RA1(OB,
.W IN NSB O RO,. . O,
0|"Pratices in- the State and United
8ANDERS, liANAIhN & CATHCART,
A TTORlNEYS-AT - LAW,.
WINNSBORO, 5. 0. -
Practice in all teStat. and UnitedA
SW&Ofco upstairs n Bank building. t(
A. S. DOUJOLAS,
A'fT'ORNZY ANID 00UNUUL7OR AT LAW,
o. L aw Batige,
Practices-in the State and United States
Write or call for prices.
P. P. TOALE,
Mob27txly Charleston, S. 0.
i NERVE TONIC.
atain, but as well a:perfect tonic
'ion and assimilation, and main
onic. Being delicious and pala
found in lower Mexico, of which
. healthy beverago could be pro
,6 the finest, healthful, invigorat
CS OF ANY NATURE.
quors, but a solid, thirst-quench
fKS IT !
N D RI X.
OTHERS, AN WH.YDOE,4
I have waited to Rn the man with that
uit he has failed to ,ome up. I shall
aim that 1 have won and will not ac
g, and now claim that it is &4nttled
the star that loads. Now by the best,
uy the star that has won the day.
PA LRS WITH THE COT
elling how to select and keep your
seed pure. Ho0w to plant and cul
tivate. How to fertilize and
what kind to use. What
kind of land to plant
and what to judge
[ow to Sell to the Best Advantage !
[OW To DESTROY WORMS
AND WREN TO DO IT .
ALSO HO0W HIE MADE
4 BALES OF COTTON
With One Mule and -One Plough
1,480 CLEAR PROFIT!
AL,SO TREATS ON OTIHER.
raotical Farm Matters, with no Fan
cy Theory and Nameos nor Words
that cannlot be Understood
by the AVERAGE3
RIOE FIPTV CEWTS A 00PY
Send your orders the THEC IEWS
ND HERALD, Offle ibhoro,
.0., Sole gents fbr FairfleRd Consi
',or order troghour 0auWdselg
got, Mr. J . 8McOreight.
the suhlcibore of th e WeolRy
EWS AND HEnA,D:
EW8 AND Ai w, 00uthOrn
Culivaor nd erkn' Bookc 92$
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