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August 7. : l318
etters will be collected from the
,'ter boxes at 11.20 a m. and 9 p. m.
going south, and 5.30 p. m. arid 9
p. M. going north.
Notice to House Warmers--Uiysse
-The mat h game between the first
and secoud nines to have been played
this eyening has been postponied until
MUSIC.ILE POSTFONED.-The musi
cale has been postponed on account of
the weather unt'l Thursday, Augast
DxoIPPZED DEAD.-A colored woman
dropped dead, or O'ed very suddzn!y
at Mr. J. A. We'don's rlace on est
HosE WA VWNG.-U. G. Despeoi tes
is preparing to give a house warm'rg.
The invitation is general; the pubic
1s invited-if your credentials are good
you may attend. Read I 's advertise
JAcXSOX CREEK CLUr.-The Jack
son Creek Democratic Club re-elected
J. H. Kennedy prcsident, W. M. Bar
den vice-president, John M. Turner
secretary, and W. L. Kirkpatrick, ex
Constipation and sick headache per
manently cured, and piles prevented
by Japanese Liver Pellets; especially
adapted to children's use. Winnsbero
Twzt0. Qa.APr-EPTY MEcE 'lNG oF
W.NN zoPo SATON.-Tbe t hird qar
t .y mee io'g of 7unsboro Station
wiNl b.t b 'd on next Saturday and
bLrvdav. Tbere w'll be preaching at
11 o'clo.;k S:: -rday morning also on
The Wni-e Oak Democratic Club will
meet on Arnast 11 at 4 o'cloek. Fall
JNo. H. N'cv., Secretary.
SUtN DAT SC sTOOL P-CNIC.
lAere will be a basket picnic at
Mt. Moriah 3aps Church, in whi -h
the Iunday Sche->' o' Poplar Spi'ngs,
Mt. Too, It. Moriah r'id Wateree
%:l je'*n, on Sa'oday, Au-ast 11th.
There w91 bn music ad reciations by
the children, and add:es:es by Rev.
H. K. Eze'!, P~of. W. S. Darhem,
Rev. Jno. Isenhower, Jc-, Ii'- Filison
Jones and others.
Reform clubs aad those composed in
part of Xeto.mers wi'l rssemble at
their respective clubs on the 11';h inst.
to expiess their p e'e-eace for Coy
ernor and to elect dec.;a'es 'o the Re
form Contentionl which conveae: in
Winnasboro oai the 13 h inst. Balis for
reprCeena ion will be one c1ale;afe for
every twenty-fire and fractione' ma
j-arity thereof. Jxo- W. LTLEs,
Memibe: of the 1? form Execsive Co'R
mit:ee, Ex-o~icio C.,Unty CUnirmau.
SM -TM DEYOC 4..?
Tae Silem Demo~Stc C ub met on
the 3rd inst. at Mr. J. W. C -owder's
- n house, and reo'-gar ed by eiech:g
the follo.w'og office:s: President,
J. M. Yonga4e; ier-president, H.
Jen~os; vcommit iee nan, T. J. Dorg
lass; secretary, C. HI.Douglass. Dele
gates to the County Convengon were
Dy a unanimous vo'e ':'*s club most
respecthally suggest Mr. W. L. Pz
boro for the Legislature.
C. H. DouGLASS,
Johnson'o Magnetic Oil cures e.ramps
and colic and internal neuralgia and
headache and backache instantly. 25
and 50 ces Winnsboro Drug Store. *
KNIGHTS OF pYraiAS CONCLAT~ 2.
A mrgnificent gathering of the
Kauights of Pythias will be held in
Wasbng'on, D. C., beginniag August
27th. Tickea; over the Piedn-ont Air
Line will be put on sale Angast 23
and 28, and will be good until Sep
tember Gth. Only one fare will be
charged for the round trip. In addi
tion to the regular t-ain service spe
,cial t--ains and spec'a1 thieugh Pa"wnan
mud other cars w'l be run for the e -
comodat'on of spec'al parties. No
man's education is complete unless he
has visited the National Capitol, and
it world be well for al' who cac '0
take advan age of this oppor~unity.
W. A. TeaK,
Gen'l. Passr. Agi.
S. H. HinRDwKK1,
Asst. Gen'l Passr. A St.
INSTALLAT 'ON OF OFFrCERS.
There will be a mee o' g :s (Tues
day) eveni:>g of the I. 0. G. T. at 8.30
The follow-nZ office~s we- e elected
for the quarer commeneing Argast
They are requested 'a be on hand
tonight for initia~ion:
C. T.-Rev. Jabez Feiris.
V. T.-Miss Sallie McMeekin.
CJhap.--Rev. C. E. McDonald.
Sec.--C. A. Stevenson.
Treas.-J. S. Elder.
F. Sec.-J. M. Jennings.
:S. J. T.-Miss Allice McMas'er.
Sent.-S. i. McDonald, Jr.
Winnsboro Drug Store, druggists,
recommend Johnson's Oriental Soap
for all skin and Ecalp diseases, tan and
The Too-meady Pstol and its Lesu'ts.
Information was received in Wians
boro Monday of a deplorable affair
that took place in Charlote Monday
morninz between two prominent cl.1
zens of that city. Ovr information is
that Mr. Fred Oliver, president of the
Charlette Oil and Fertilizer Works,
shot and it is feared fatally wounded
Mr. Jabcz Myers, traveling salesman
for E. S. Jaffray & Co., of New York.
The affair took place on one of the
principal streets of the city. Mr.
Myers %-as shot twice-in the arm and
mouth. The ball that penetrated the
arm shattered the bone so that ampu
tation was at once necessary. The
second shot entered the mouth and
ranged upward, this shot being the one
that is most feared. The cause of the
trouble was not leat ned, but it is said
'o hare had its origin at a german
given by Mr. Myers at Morehead City
in July. Both parties arc well known
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
C -INTY (9NTION.
Mr. T. 6. Ke'chin ca-led the County
Convent'on to orde: at 12 o'clock o.
Monday. M. W. L. Rosboro was
elected tempora-y chairmaq and M:.
D. H. Stevenson was elected temoe -
ary secrelay. It was moved and car
red to do away with cc nmi.,ee on
credentials as no questioa Iwas up on
this matter as it we-s carr'ed. The
delegates we-e enrolled and Mr. Jno.
W. Lyles was elec'd pe-trmrent
County Cb'rmaa; V.. W. S. Ha'!.
vce zdai-man; and Me. D. L. Steven
son was elected perma-ient s2:,eta-y.
The Wnnsboro Reform Club was p-o
rosed for members14p aad M-. Jno.
W. Lyles stated that he could not
ntertiin a motion to et ;i a refo:m
ciub, but af.e: explanation that reform
was only a nime to dstingsh tWs
club from the other two in 'ownlthey
were admitted. The executive cor
itteemen were then confi-med -by
the convention. Mr. Lyles offered
(afer asking Mr. W. S. Hall to take
the chair) a resoluiioa diszpp:ovirg
of the Colleton plan and u.grg for a
primary. A ter cors'dccab'e discrs
ion it was carried. The mesJrg then
The Refo!m Commietee met PZeer
he adjournment of the County Con
ention and decided that dbe vo.es
Lctually cast at 4he meeti'; of the
lab tor de'egates shall be the bas's of
ble cub's representation in the Re
form County Convrention. And a re -
urn of the votes shall be made by the
lelegation elected to the Re.fo'rm Ch
The committee took no action as -*
'hether nominations s'Iou11 be nrede
y the Convention on Auge'st 11tih.
The Ce~u~y Executive Coummttee.
The following membe' s coestau'e
he County Executive Comm~ee:
Albion- WV. L. Rosboroogb.
Blythewood-W. W. Smith.
Cedar Creek-C. B. Richardson.
Gladden's Grove-W. S. Hall, Sr.
Greenbrier-J. R. Curlee.
Horeb-D. Q. Ruff.
Hereb No. 2-J. M. S'eele
Longtown- T. J. Robinson.
Jackson Creek-W. L. Kirkpatrick.
Messy Dale -W. A. Neil.
Monticello-J. W. Lyles.
Oakland-T. L. Johnston.
Ridgeway No. 1-R. H. McKevley.
Rdgeway No. 2-H. A. Mes rea.
Salem-C. [H. Douglass,
White Oak-H. F. Bueschell.
Yoang Men's-W. D. Douglass.
Winsbro No. 1-T. H. Ketchin.
W insboro (Reform) -M. H. Mob
Woodward-Jno. A. Stewart.
Blyewod- J. W. Campbell.
Feast rville-R. R. Jeff'aries.
Mill Hill-W. B. Hogan.
The commiitte appointed dhe fol:ow
1 cmpaign meetings:
Monicell>, August 14.
ly'hewood, August 18
Oakland, Auaust 22.
Woodward, August 24
Wiunsbro, Angust 253
A MURDEROUS ATTEM2T.
r. (has. Muller Knocked Insensible and
On Friday night, while nea:-ly every
nan in town was at the Democratic
eeeting in the Court House, a most
aring attempt to commit murder was
ttempted. The facts are about as f'h
A negro man went into Mr. Charles
[uller's place and pretended to want
:o purchase some rings. lie consumed
igreat deal of time trying them on
rst one finger and then on another.
t'le struck Mr. Muller suddenly
iith some instrument which fractured
he kll just above the left ear.
tran.e to say Mr. Muler did not fall,
ut manaed to hold up by the show
ase. Mr. Jones, the nighlt opem ator,
eard the report of the blow and saw
be negro m~an inn out at once. The
ilro ran towa-:d Main street and then
une. tup Main by the front ot' the
hoel. He was seen running by yong
Rbt. Cadwell and Dr. J. R. McMas
er. Mr. Jones came toward the
orner and met Robt. Caldwell aud
they went to see about Mr. Muller.
They found him bleeding and in a
dazed condition. At once one ot them
wet for a doctor. The doctor came
and tied the wound and returned. Mr.
Muller had ocovered it seems to such
an extent that the doctor was not very
As soon aa~ the meeting in the Court
lo,.e adjourned the news spread and
Mr. 3'lIer's friends wcut to see him.
LenI ened the doo for tben but did
Pot know them at. ril. Alter standing
jor onl, a short while he commenced
to reel and wou'd have fallen had he
not been e'ught. He wai laid in bed
and soon had a (onvulsion. The doc
tors (-.hree of them) came and admin
istered to him until a late hour.
On Monday Mr. Mulier seemed t
be doing bet'e;. He is conscious and
ca..s toast and milk with a relish. His
condition is still critical. No clue has
been discovered which will do to act
on, but every effort will be made to
find the guihy party.
Los of strength and flesh, wasting
away from any cause promptly arrest
ed by using the greatest of all fat pro
ducers, Johnson's Tasteless Compound
Cod Liver Oil. Winnsboro Drug
RELF'S BLUFF, A J K.,July 26, 1894.
Mr. EdPor: I send one dollar and
fifty cents to pay for subscription.
I want the paper continued. I am
always glad to hear from my old
fiiends and my old home. 'lIE NEws
AND ERIALD is a welcome vIsior at
Relf's Blff every Saturday evening.
We go out to meet it. Yours, &c.
JNo. A. Ron--T. ON.
Two Lives Saved.
Yr<. Phobe Thomas, of Junction ( ity,
Il., v. as told by her doctors she had Con
suui.t tiou and tnat there was no hoi.e for
her, .mt two bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery completely cured her, and she
says it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers,
139 Florida St, San Francisco, suffered
from a dreadful cold, approaching Con
sumption, tried without result everythirg
else tfien bought one bottle of Dr. iiing's
New Discovery and in two weeks was
cured. He is naturally thankful. It is
such resuits, of which these are samples,
that prove the wonderful efficacy of this
medicine in Coughs and Colds. Free trial
bottles at McMaster's & Co.'s Drug Store.
Regular size 50c. and $1.00. *
Mr. Editor: Greenbrier Democrace
Clnb was reorganized on the 3rd 'nst.
The following officers were clected to
serve for the next two years: P.'esi
dent, T. C. Leitner; 1st V'ce-president,
J. C. Chappell; 2nd vice-p-esident,
W. M. Curlee; secretary, W. F. Put
laud; county executive commileeman,
J. R. Curlee. Our delegates to the
County Convention are D. L. Carter,
S. R. Rutland, J. R. Delleney and J. R.
Curlee. Rec'stration eommi tee are
T. E. Delleney, W. G. Smith ond R. D.
Jones. Fourteen new members weie
en ollcd after which the meetig a'
W.F. RTr.. -.
RtoN, S. C., August 4.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Co5 Ny .Y BCSANESS.
The 7ollowing ct 'tespondence be
ween the Coun~y Commissione.'s of
ait field an~d Kershaw counties carries
its own meaning:
WIN;NSRORO, S. C., 12th Jnne, 179'.
'o ihe Board County Commissioners
Kershaw Coumty. S. C.:
Gentlemen-We have heretofore
written you t wice in refer'ence to the
estabishment of a fer.y over Wa'eeee
[iver. Your answer on both occasions
was of such a nature that we could
ake no official ac~ion.
The matter has been brought by cer
amn of our citizens to the attention et
he grand jury and the represet.atien
nade. that your board was w'lling and
esired to esta'blish the ferry, but could
ot get our board to act.
We are ready and anxious to per
omt this public'duty, rnd will leave it
o your board to say when and where
we (as a board) can meet with you
md arrange the matter. Or. in case a
eeting of she t wo boar ds is impr'acti
able you may designate any other
ethod or plan of .:rrrying out the
aw and we will cheerfolly enter into
my reasonable plan to do so.
Your prompt attention to this letter
ill very greatly oblige us.
Very respect Lilly,
W. J. L. W EIR,
T. C. L EITNEP'
Boat l Co. Comn. F. C.
CAoi:N, S. C., June 23, 1894.
o the County Commissioners of Fair'
field County, Winnsbor'o, S. C.:
Dear S:s-Yonr' favor of the 12th
nt. was dulr received by the County
~ommissione'rs of Kershawv County,
nd in reply to same, I am instructed
y these C'ommnissioners5 to say that
ershaw County is at present out of
unds, and for that teason they deem
t best to defer the establishment of
'he ferry yoa refer to.
C. L. WiNKLERt
1erk Board Ce. Comns. Kershaw Co.
Buckten's. ArnicA a nl.
T HE BEnST SALVE itne world f or Cluts,
ruises, Sores, lcers. 5as liheu'u. Fever
kres, Tetiter,Chepped lla-ids, Chill ulains,
ors, and all Skin Fruptions, and nosl
ively cures Piles. 0- ito pay jequiren. It
s guarantee'd to 'yive uer'eet stisfactionl,
t money refunnaed. ic :1: ants per
,0x. For sale by!! M rer &' ("'
When Baby was sick, we gave hcr Cad-.oria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became 3liss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them~ Castoria.
One load Fine Ilome-raised Water
F. W. HA-'ENICHITS.
ONE BARREL NEW CROP
ONE CASE FINE LARGE
NO ZTHERX CABBAGES.
F. WV. H ABENICiUT'S.
1BEST SUGARI-CURED H AMS,
Just opened, at
This week I have opei
as Blie Se - e, Sc 'd Black
coes, Whi e Q i's, Ladies
Also scxe g.n c .eap in i
One, case of Fine Rib]
To Arrive i
Big jrb in Ladies' Fir
see them. Nching have ev
GENTS, when you
Vest, remember I have
J. L. WL:
Q. D. WILLI(
A recent discovery by an
i""sth stionly perfectly
eand relable medc ne di
erod. Beware of UnprIncd
druggits who offeir into
necaenes In place ori. s1k for Coo-s Co
"OOT Co"ou ki ti"*'", "i'c.oF*.
Bce I ~otage 'n0ttr ndwe wlsed. so
y return=alL 1AULsed parIcunr % in
cnvl*= to dcs oaty 2stamp
H OOUSE WARMB
I am now hauling 200 cor
f first class Winter Sr
ine (with the bark on). A
roved parties cean get th<
;npply now; bills will be pr
e.ted January 1, 1895, wh
rompt payment will be e
D'op a caird in postoffi<
r sen~d you order to the sto:
LLYSSE G. DESPORTE
I[S hereby given that application ~
be made to The Peoples Banli
he officie in Winnsboro, S. C., on S
rday, October 13, 1894, for re'nei
f the following Certificates of St<
i t he capital srock of Fairfield Savil
nd Loan Association, now known~
he Peoples Bark, to wit: Certific
o. 106, for one sbare, in the name
ouis Sugenheimer; Certificate 2
L07, for three shares, in the name
,ax Sugenheimer; Certificate 2
.08, for three shares, in the name
da Sutgenheimer; the certifica
tove mentioned having been lost.
SEED TO PLANT
ND HOPE TO DOUBLE TI
Not too late to sow
ABBAGE, NAP D A
JABJAGE,ONAP D A
od several other kinmds of Gird
cd. Supply yourself and als~o
pect the cheapest and best lot of
ROCKERY, GL ASS WARE
ve ever had. A fresh supply of Par
ens, Pencils, Envelopes, &c.
eceived weekly at "THlE DR1
F OR SURVEYING, TERRACi:
Leveling, Drawing, Etc.,
Apply to T. M, BoULWARE,
-StlyWd ward. S.
ied up a new line of goods, such
Lawns and Sateens, New Cali
Undervests, Silk Mitts, Fans, &c.
Vhite Linen Duck and Striped
is Your Chance.
>ons to close out at COST.
n a Day or So!
e Dress Slippers. Be sure. and
r been offered like these before in
want a Light Weight Coat and
:hem Come for a shine and be
)ED,- - Manger.
A NICE LOT OF
cv JUST ARRIVED,
And our stock of Groceries is
WHEN YOU WANT
Flour, Meal, Bacon,
Sugar, Coffee, Tobacco
IRice, Grits, Lard,
- ' " Chipped Beef,
7 di nes,
dS -- .~ oes or Tinware,
P- Give us a call.
: A. B. CATHOART.
SAND SALE SABLES.
ck__ _ _ _ _ _ _
ate I have six Young Mules
of left over and three or four
o plugs, a few good Mares and
ro some nice Driving Horses.
es WVill be sold to suit the times.
Will pay the highest cash
price for all classes of cattle,
either fat or poor.
Winnsboro, S. C.
GLENN SPRINGS, S. C.
This favorite Resort for health and
, iX are is niow open to visitors. For,
7. rates of board and other particulars,
PS IISll & Simils9l
For Glenn Springs Wa
Uter, Apply to
UJRVEYING DONE AND SOLICIT
ed by EDGAR '"RAPP,
r,-1+i1y Jennings, S. C
,-At the Corner Store&
A beautiful line of Colored and Black Sateens, Figured Pongees, Irish
Lawns, White Lawns, Checked Muslins, Calicoes, Gingham, Light Wool
Fabrics for spring wear, &c., &c.
-*See These Goods.&
A pretty line of Laces just received.
A line of good Hosiery at low prices.
Our Ladies' and Gents' Handkerchiefs were never cheaper.
Look at our Hats before buying.
Another lot of Low Cut Shoes will be received in a few days. We have a
few jobs in Reed's and Padan's Shoes we will sell at reduced prces. Ask to
Our stock is composed of standard goods in this line and we guarantee
what we sell. If you wish the finest and best flour ask for the "OBELISK."
Call at the Corner Store and oblige,
J. M. Beaty & Bro.
Millinery. *** Millinery.
The Latest Novelties of the Season.'
TRIMMED HATS, FLOWERS. RIBBONS,
LACES, FEATHERS. VEILINGS, ETC.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, FANcY GOODS,
ANB SEWING MACHINES.
Agent for PIANOS and ORGANS.
Terms Low, Prices Easy.
ALWAYS ON HAND, BUGGIES, SURREYS, CARTS, WAGONS AND
Don't forget I always have a iull line of Furniture, Baby Carriages, Cook
ing Stoves and other goods at the Furniture Store, next door to W. C. Beaty's
&L O. BOAG.
NEW ANB STYLISH HATS.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LOT OF
->s Latest Styles. s<
COME -:- AND -:- SEE -:- THEM.
LATEST SHAPES AND SHADES.
T. II. KETOHIN & CO.
26 Pounid at $125
Cheap wheels are next to worthless.
We never recommend them.
s the leader in bicycle construction. Warwicks are made in the interest of
eigehegt is ale subject to durability Neither are sacrificed.lgh
Both are attained.
OUR GUIARANTEED 25-POUND WHEEL
fitted with road tires, is creating a sensaton it arrick, the sae gurantee as
is none too good when you begin riding.
'L si.note i e that trhe .besThbicycles ae extrvagant. Etravgnee is in
revenue. In this case it will pay a premium on its cost many years. And you
Savoid all repairs. ----
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Satisfaction Guaranteed. Office : No, 9 ashingtn Street, 3 Doors
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