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Thursday. April 19. . - -
Letters will be collCCted from t-C
letter boxes at 11.20 a. M. and 9 p. u
going south, and 5.0 p. n. an(d
p. n. going north.
Wind Mills-W- J- 1l70!t
Another Supply-Mc.aster & Co.
Fresh Oysters, Fish, &c.-F. W,
Pal ; 14
-if N-o want any draying Edoue
call eu "Peg-leg." Terms ou -
---Subbcribe to TH E EW! AND
JIETRALD and keep up with your county
-Capt. S. R. Johnston, who ha
been quite unwell, is able to be out on
the streets agam.
-When you wa:.t to buy mattings
youi can find them at Minuaugh's store.
adv. Q D. WILlFOu, Maager.
-hiss Sallie ilave Mc3Meekii, wrho
is suffering w ith rheumatism, la not
improving very fast, we ae sorry to
We are infrmed that Mr. 1. 11
Moblev made the closest settlement
with Mr. Traxler of any county dis
penser in the State.
-Mr. D. G. Dwight has % beautiful
Rambler bicycle in the express office
which he ordered for Mr. 1. J. Mack
orel at Blackstock.
-Another lot of hats, ribbon,
fi.wers a-d other goods just received
by Cxpress. Come, ladies, and be
tuited at J. 0. o
..-ards are out auineuncill the .uar
"age ot Miss Matji- Eglestou and
S. E. Prentiss at the Episco;ia!
Ah on Wednwsday evening, Aprl
der1 of the Tri. weeky
we are is:.uing the.
,Xe promiseci to
a(;lit erar 0.d a
venVing (Wh M 1)
A full -d ne- r
has; bee ar-i d M
And now come F. W. 11 ab IiC
Cga muu hungry whe ler he
wants to eat or. not. Shadl and (500
Who can resist? lie tas .aui ta
thbes of thec sea", and it yun ~.~ '
e.l go and see Mr. ilautuicht!.
-What do y ou want to lant ? M
Mte & Co. say they have ever% tienz
in ihat line. Do you want to se
Thiey say they ~e htnmps tti' wilh
enable a hlind i to see- A~nd fly
paper Oes fles. -G d:
.look for yourself. 4
.-Coscration1 services will be iield
-.t St. John's Episcopal Church l
surigat 11 o'cloch. The church
wvill the be consecrated bythe Bishop,
L6.rinlg today and tomnorrow, serviet s
tvil be at 11 a.. m. rand 8 p. in.Th
pubt. are cordially invited.
and paius of every kind instanuly re
lieved by .Johuson's Maguenic Oil.
SL.00 size 50 ets.; 50 et. size 2.> ets.
Wiusboro Drug Store.
.i WILL GET BETER AFTR A wm1LEt.
--TnE NSwS AND ILERtALD lias beeni
~rather~ short on c-ditoriai matter for
aumel time past, but pansies on the
t'ppi, b:aggy rides and leisure sr
ott the railroaid a: tays preced a doru
right steady~ atte-nrit' to businos.
Ou readersi mu-t: be natieut. After
the eventful occaaluu avt will have a
stean1 ti4w fromi the editoe and the
"'devi1" wilh not ~a';ay be shouting
for copy. "Ye local" has beeni along
WE THOUGHT IT WAS A PAnT Or
a wagonl train camne into town, and
from its general appearance it sug
gested Coxev's armny. There were
twenty-five muleCs, somle six or eight
wagons and perhaps as many men.
They filed into 112i1 & Crawfora's
stable an~d ; -.t up for the niight. They
did not strike caxmp, and we knew
then that it was not Coxey's army.
-We learned afterwards that this was
the railroad outfit belontging to 'he
late Rt. RI. Halliburto:, and( wats on
thieir way to Cheater. They had been
at work on a niev railroad ini Orange
Bishop Capers arrived Wed nesdayv.
Rev. M. W. HI.ok~ wa, in town~
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Rlufl'arc visiting
reiatives in town.
Mrc. Lula IE. McAlpino arrived on
the south-bound htrain Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Wray, ot ike
way, were in town Wednesday.
J. K Henry, iEsq .of thme Chester
bar, went to Columibia on Wednesday.
Capt. Bart. Witherspoon, of Lau
easter, passed through towni on his
wasV to (Columibia.
Mr. Walter F. Normnent, brother et
the youn~g manl who was killed at
Darlingtu, was inl towni a day or iwo
this week selling dry goods.
We were glad to see :unougm thearri
vais of the Episcop l clergyme:- the~
ge'nial face of our friend the Iv.
Theodore Brattzi, son of Genl. .Jno
SIIJLOil's CURE, the great Cough
andl~ Crouu Cure, is ini greait demand.
P'ocket size conitalinS twenty~ five doscs
only 25c. Childien love it. sold al
he wXjnn..n Drug Store *
Teuilars held ? agui un.
meeting on Tuesdy :v.1ght. They ar'e
in a thriving c:>u itio, taking in new
i tuC tlliii'
ine-aers n to n g u
-o very metn% o,,in t usce
and, rexi. Thi fe I mLeL h
itSQ, and the ofileers rea'iin g this, h
added the above pIe ure feat ure.
The mnusical pa.r1 : te pro grai
was particIipated in by, Mises With
row, S1arpe ind euings, and Mr.
Sco:t eCarey. vN . C. F- McDon
ad an1d Mci-r-. V. II. Fiennikeln aid
Wi. J. Rochc c ead several pieces,
which wa vcr muc-h enjoyed by all.
T.,e tforner oillers were al re
elec'ted and! wil be insta!!cd on the
first Tuetar ii AaL T-. ::-0asurer
wa .uid a pay tht ren.
The meeting th - iyirued-.
J*1huson's, AromlaticCopon CodI
Liver Oil ei e (Le blood, builds
soun le, re .OreS Strn(I and
Vt:litV to the debliita..i'd body. 'ul
pint bottle StCz . Wh.oro f)
Tho -*insurretvijoin Distric'.
Iuspector Yelde:1 ha- returned to the
city after vi-il1ii' the dispensaries 11
the Pee Dee C. in. I HC reports that
the losses to :he S:C:e at Florence by
the attack on thedspen;ry at t hat
pace will aggr('egae ! e J e $60 and
$700. lie f'ud the slaartage in stock
at Darling;on to b. 21. The loss at
Timmousvi.ile he haI ma e oit to be
25. H~e rports th to. he board of
comnro! of Dr;in tio coinLty have
e!cced 11. A. J--ey, of Lydia, a; dis
pelser, to suc Ccd 4r. I: o' d. lie
aid that the election id t?nt g(ive the
people of DIrg-to-i very mucl attis
faction. It is not Vet knowu wnat is
.i('~'. to be~ done 1~ - the re-2topeumng
Ni1w 01 1"I it 1 1 -- iep by
to day - 1hoed adyiu t:dnc
and "'u i1 1w,4 aa rusc
buL whe bat e thrulou
'the forncon. .ay openal ,* .and
th*re wyere n e 'tac'ons
:t 7 *5. Tha r-it were o tla
ther wa no rea prem_- ,lo S.et
but there seemiled t) be les m"LatiUoi
it bar, and Ihe trdig" wa, exceed
1iV .Iul andt 'l'gi' '''. Iar a in the
i o toe 1 iorts iii 1 -1 b'a 1I
biske o u 've IL t ihedeaid (h1
losed the fuA- thatl therte wer rew C~
ssellers,an the1n i-;arO qjuicky at:nd
asil :1d'.anlced ineIC~ pit', May reaeb
ing 'to 7.4.j Tbc close wa steadyl,
with 7.; bid for May . If Liverp ool
M ~ g -me-e wr go
higher, but we cani see nothing in the
conditions of supply and demand just
n0w to warratt the explectationi or any
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
W~EA iiE!.t CITOt' 1BULrLET IN
tor Suth Carolzina for the~ vice': Ein u.
April 13th, 18'.4.
the orml fo h ek in aill Oecto0 I
although the depart ures were greater
i the central anid nth~lwestern pails
of the State, where the weat her aver
a~ed nearly ti'ne degrees a day colder
than seasonable. This was due, miamtly,
to the very cool nights. D)urmtg the
daytime the heat was nearly the usual
amount for Apr-il. ( n the coanst thle
dpar ures w.ere less muarkeo, mi
av -ra!.ed froim '' to 5~ deg~recs below
he Itflilai. ( in t e h. l itu11 I
frost was repor ed from the, up cun i
tres: on the H' h t he iniu: .e belt
fst hines. wiie on the 12 h and 1:Ih
theeaserni limits: of frost r-eached'l lhe
immelidi-te coast conuitA, wvherevCe
c'Jditionls w--re favorable. Oi
the daes given f'rost, was genera.,
while isolated reports iindicate it at
places, fromt the 'Jth to the 1-thi. Be
vd -e arding~ all vrge;ble rrowthi,
an asnd Cttsom p~lantedl~i( corni to rot
in the ground before germinal in1g, no
immediate injtury seems to have re
stlted from the fro-is.
The lack of rain has nearly reached
th drought stage in the northern anid
central counies. wile the noed of it
i geueral - nd for .l c irops, .except
pehiaps, ini the conui 'es berdermng on
th upper S'a''.'ah river and .the
trele westerni tier of counties,
where l-e raif"l on the til and 10th
amounttiCd to front one-half ,to over
one nch. In other pails of ihe Sitate
sh Owers were genra on'm'1 the Ththi, but
th muti~ if i of raVin Call wats smal and
:hee 'ttie tliat fei ..as' SQo~n dried out
of the ground~ by the hileh, cooi and
drV winds Itt prevalild the greater
paar of the weekc.
Thei snsineii averagied above thle
noimal and1 rang''ed fro 011 0 to 'J3 de
gree; of the possible. and this by itself
vas vey fatvorable for? ciop.
Thie deck was' an almnost icat~l ''ue
fofrarin oper O ioI, , for pr 1eparmyh
thie nd planiti'g. but a very" poor
wee for gr owXthi and it is feared tha~t
somesee isCA rotting' in 'lie grounid:
isgeeally Ireorte that the stand of
ri..,e tZ' and Ic'r hat up1 prlo m-1
C 0'tt' p oig o a* ener a 1
time b i 1 de~ld in sue 'ci. X el e 't!"uIsl
platted. and rver be~uim; t-ill Le .tii
sohtve''ter 'ou'nItl Comnll- ced
aca if~it . Qgnl ti . 'a: d e and* I il d
u generd seem to ha1 reman -
Director. S. C. :-. W - S
111 n-I I '. 'd-V o r t a a. ::
the:.% a olv;n fo)ur ;t. mlies t :.- e
reach -!api emea sale.w- En'
tile ~ ~ i~nf1% UiC:.U .:etrm~ or L1ivoer,
Ni . : .1e in~ i -: ~ a;p r:" c
pi:1. .1A 58-r w is t. u r~ -e
to a u iitla ei. o vrt!en:: -
wII h- :.~ ad to t.: vta i'r ofI.il.
o.., T:-tter, hpi is, hillo :
rns, wa~ -in Eruption:, and : .
tivLVt!1 (ur.11" l, Qo:- no pay reure IL l'1(
is-urate1 to '-ive perfect sufe n
ern~ne; efu:ded.Price T nsI
Xs:. U.' sale by MeMesr&CO.
A. Godden, Druggist, 11rimingham-,
Abtbamaz, wr it es "Plea:ee pub~lish
some of the testimoniah; I have sent
vou for J'mainese Pile Cure." Wi:.
1)00 Drug Siord.c
When Baby was sick. we ,~ave her Castorle.
Wh-n she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
Wh:- she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
Wi: sho had Children, she gave thcm Castoria.
U INZOV X '-S ,R.)S 15"TV,
A! 1 e.!ec- keep it, e! p -r W.::le. Geminine has
:e.d.:ara r.d er:ed red lines a wrapr.
Children- Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
R. C. Taylor, M urfreedboro, Ten n.,
writcs: I have used the Japanese Pile
Cure with great satisfaction and stec
cs,. Wiinsboro Drug Store.
The Great English Remedy.
Promptly r.td permanent.
ly cures all fo:ms of Narvous
Wcakness, Emwsions, Sperm
atorrhea. Impotoney and all
A efects of Alru3 or .Exccses.
Been prescribed over 35
years in thousands of ceses;
Istho oly Reliable and lox
cst Nodicinc known. Ask
Braggist for Woob's Pfos
-for PoMINE;f he Ofers some
worthls medicine inplace
>f tbis, leave his disbonest store, inclose price in
letwr. and we will send by roturn riail. Friee, one
>ackaxo. S1; six. $3. Ono tcul please, six iriu cUre,
=mphlet in plain scaled envelope, 1 staunpg.
Address THE WOCD CHEMICAL CO..
..n ~de ..
Sold b ruggists or sent by mail. 2.c., 500.
and $1. per pacWs , e Smplcs ?ree.
O O The Favorite TOT 207t.2
for the Teeth and 'reat,250a.
Captain Sweeney, U.S.A.,San Diergo, Cal.,
ays: "Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy is the first
medicine I have everfound that would do me
any good." Price 50cets. Sold by Drugist..
Do not neglect aCough, as there is danger of
its leading to Consumption. SfrLou's CITn
wisave you a severe Lunit Trouble. It is the
lest CougrhCureand speedilyrelie~vesCoughs,
-roup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis, ano
as cold on a .zuarantee. 25 cts.
Frsale at the Winsoro Un. tr
FiiRE-SHi ()YSTE' I.
1 ar Oyst --i:t a::: ~l
I . W . Il ~i . !!!'.
I I P um p,
PeAnV rA: Elrliatt.
To: : ra,- Un: :a1ote
A~: : *'PP OF.
D.~ ~ . * .ldan-- cie vr
AT1 THEL D)Ri'G STORuE.
;:.NCUS20 o/A:aispers heard. Curm
., i:.:,. :. JIX0X.858 azer.4y.' n terk.
)BE NfCE NEWV, SPRING
VRL A. WAS i SILfKS
ich Pereals. Irish Lawns and
ice n0r shirt waists. We also
eCked Nainsooks. Two cases
t to SC- .mmet(thingP prettv give
OY' AD CIII
SASS I NA TED.
My store is still ablaze with
d join the eager hroIg that is
store in1 town.
cm .r.t: apermanent
a cur --f 2. heu'm. catarrh. Ulcers.
7 I.ma r.3 Spre' Srers. Eruptions,
a:. N 3D istOODi .MSEASEs. Made
I, fro tir:.rs i t f: cnnet phy.sician
: s w r :cc ss for 4o years,
e a t c:u-:j 'us:frc i yeirs by thou
(. ns o - : le h.s eionstrated that
::is st blding up Tonic and Blood
: tth::.. It makes new
Sri ' ..3 ~possess-s am=st miraculous
S_ W c ::ok ~BCQ:, OF WONDERFUL
4 CLa-.~ s,:i free on cnpphicatios:.
i i:-: :.-i: -y yo r .ocal ,.rug:Tisi, send Sico
9is a ir e1':!e or $:.co for six bott!es, and
[BLOCD BFRLM GO., fltienta, Ga.
eme:.6 p 1 it!s of'C louth CIroia
\. . H allKGICIiTS.
mksh h cle cIoltThis
great Temperance Drink gives pleas
ure and health to every member of tne
family. A 25c. package makes .5 gal
lons. Be sure and get the genuine..
Sold everywhere. Made only by
The Chas. B.Hires Co.i Phiilada.
sen20.tam fo beutiulPicture Cards and Book.
If you hat'e made up youtr mind to buy
food's Sarsaparilla do not be induced to take
any other. Hood's Sars::parilia is a pculiar
medicine, possessing, by virtue of Its peculiar
combination, proportion, and preparatiore
curative power superior to any other article.
A Boston lady who knew what she wanted,
and whoso cxamapie is worthy imitation, tells
her oxperience below:
"In one storc where I went to buy Hood's
Sarsaparilla the clerk tried to induce me buy
their own instesad of Hood's; he told me their's
would l.-st iongcr; that I might take it on ten
days' trial; that if I did not like it I need Bot
pay anything, etc. But hto could not pre~ail
on me to change. I told him I knew what
Hood's Sarsaparilla was. I had taken it, was
satiited with it, and did not want any other.
Wen I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla
I wa f -:g real miserable, suffering
a erro ...a with dyspepsia, and so weak
t-.:.iies I could hardly stand. I looked,
and had for some time, like a person in COn
supton. Ihood's Sarsaparilla did me so
much good tha; I vwonder at myself sometimes,
and my frienuds frequently speak of it.? MRS.
EL.X A. GorF, C1 Terrace Street, Boston.
Sold by all drtggists. 61; six for 55. Prepared enly
y C. I.1100 D & CO., Apothecaries, L~owoll, 3Mss
100 Doses One Dollar
Lae to i
- - rti:-y u r ehbors
- - . :'.:e:-d ou. Theb.
WE ARE OPIENJNG UP St
DRESS GOODS IN (G1
A very handsome line of Frei
Figured Linens -something n
have a bie drive in White Ch<
of Sprin-g Prints. If you wan
them a look.
MEN'S, OUNG MEN'S,
Now is a good time to buy.
bargains. Take my advice an
ever journeying to the busiest
'RESI1 SIIAD. Black Fi-h, Whit
in-, Trout, Mnlet &"., &.c , on
A! F. W.iiAi l' .
LE r 1! OF.' 21 Ti
T U'. y F SOUTlCA F N.
I.- .n Y F tw
to f a si. .. har.b. de- j
N~w STYLE~ SEELETON CAME.
T1~w (.iniv Mathitn than t wil Ie 5twIACK
WA:D d we as FO!t\W1'mD 'withot
ai i:.n Ials.
W E SELL TO DE-AJLimlS ONLY.
UNION MiA.SUFACT URINQ~ '0.
WM'. PTER, Owner?,
~ tira cndtrswi by e nin o e
egns Publiebers ?and lI - * a '
p, urel .e;;etabie an blu p a A
" :irt <:0. It ne?ver f:?t o -e
...r...:. .....n.. . ira ,'d . r6
pue i.rGedlas Ou ag rlau
3 81,~S$50 i C.O
DR. DAV ID AiKEN.
O e:No, i Washitngton Streed C D)oo
West of P'ostfnic.:
-a. 1iaewuy S (., everv Wednes
WE ARE RECEIVING OUR FAL
Calic-o, Outing, Bleached Goods, Undei
Give these goods a thorough inspection I
We will show a Southern made BlanI
Sen. Call and (xamine. If a pair of c
your verd'ivt will be, "I'l1 take a pair."
\"e are prepared to suslain our pa:
especially called to the LITTLIE I
for childreni, misses and young boys. T1
leather from the solar tip to the top. Ti
durable and stylish shoes let your thougl
The best shoes are in the (
It is the place I will go.
Our OBELISK FLOUR stands at the
will please give it a trial. Our Cheese
the best. Our Teas are the best. Our
goods im th's department are bought to s
quality and price.
Please visit the "Corner Store."
NEW ANDM STl
WE HAVE JUST REC]
- Latest S
C-OMEl -: ND-:
T. H. KETO]
Th~e Latest Novelties
RY GOODS, NOTIOlt
AND SEWIN& 3
Agent for PIANOS
Tem .Lowv, Pr
A L WAYS ON linN!) !1TGGIES, -UI
Danii' f rget I alwai- hiave a fullI linc <
ig Stoves and~ other good- at he Faunitu:e
g ro cer.
AFFORDS to young and middle aged me
Xvantages for obtaining a thoroughi and
Book-keeping in all its bran<(
Business Arithmetic, Co:
Fine Penm~anship in ever
the 1iest talent in America.
E:egant boarding places always in readine
The cheapest and best school in the boutl
Los. The only first-cla::s school of the kin
W'iendl for circulars
Cares all Female Complaints and Month4y reai
irregularity, Leucorrha or Whites, Pain in tryi
Back or Sides, strengthens the feoble, buli-is the
up the whole system. It has cured thousands pi,
and will cure you. Druggists have it. Send to
stamp for book.
DB. J P. DBQMO00LE .& CO., Loalsville, Ey. ~,
STOCK OF DRESS "*PS,
wear, Hosiery, Corsets, &c., &c.
)efore you buy.
:et, the best for the price we have
ood 1,hmikets are wauted we tliink
't reputation. Your attention is
9IANT XCHOOL NR1OEN
ic Little Giants are solid, strong
iey are the best we can buy. For
head. All who have not used it
are the best. Our Crackers are
Pickles are the best. All our
tand the test of competition iN
Beaty & Bro.
HIVED A LOT OF
SEE -:- THEM.
RUSH H ATS.
of the Season.
, FANCY GOODS,
and OR GA NS.
U-.YS, ('Aml', 'WAGONS AND)
P urimrii e, Baby Garriages, Cook
stre next (1001 to W. C. Beaty's
CoJ. B. O
and women the best possible ad
ractical businesa eaucation.
v branch of the art by
ss atL moderate rates.
iStudents assisted to goad posi
d in the State.
WORK FOR US
.v days, and you will be startled at the uner.
edy auce that wil readyour effrts. We
can be found on the face of this eart.
.00 profit on 3'75.00 worth of business is
esily ad honorably mde by n paid t
lov. You can make money faster at work for
a ou hare any idea of. The business is so
to learn nd instrueions sosimle d plain,
ls u from th e sar t . T h o e o t k
e in Amneric. Secure for yorself eprofts
bgnnrs sucee grandly, and more than
find exactlsts we tel tem 'Ther is plenty
oom for a few more workers, and we urge
et bgi at once. fo nc a hed m
se them to advantage, then write us at once
hs iyurbyrand oportunit) ad receive
fLE&C.r ox o. 40 A gn s nt. Me.