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Thuislay. September 6. 1894 L
MAIL COLLECTIONS. O
Letters will be collected from the
1-.tter boxes at 11.20 a. m. and 9 p. m.
going south, and 5.30 p. m. and 9
p. m. going north.
Having Returned-Caldwel! & Ruff. t<
Home Again-Q. D. Wi iford, Man
Today, 6th September-F. W. Habe- a
Local i Zere
Simon pure Democracy r
at the Town Hall Friday f<
-Leek out for the new adreitise
ment of the Winnsboro Drug Store in
our next issue.
-Attend regular meeting of Winns- tr
boro Steam Fire Engine Company to- kc
night at 8 o'clock..
G. B. McMASTER, Secretary. E
--The oil mill will commence opera- S
'tious about October 1. The ginnery n,
ihas been runnimig for a week or so E
-Mr. A. L. Porter is now connected
~with the firm of Caldwell & Ruff.
31r. Robert Fraser, of Chester, is in
ithe employ of Mr. Q D. Williford at
LeM naugh store.
Johnson's Compound Co Liver Oil
ainakes rich blood, restores lost vitality,
.cures dyspepsia, create' flesh and is
'palatable and easily taken. Winns- o
boro Drug Store.
OraNE.D NY MIsnKEXLTbe Winns-"
boi'o Drug Store received a box con
taining a jag of some kind of an ex
tract which, from its appearance, hadB
been opened by mistake-Ca spy). The
'eal of the jug was apparently neverC
.IT WiLL Mix.-Mr. E.A. Rabb hrad p
mitsalak which was evidently a mixture j
of suigar cane and Means grass. The N
stalk was about 12 feet long, the seed A
resembled the Means grass and the p
stalk looked like sugar cane. It grew c
in the cane patch.
AssAULT AND BATTERY WITH IN4TENT
TO KILL.-Trial Justice Blair sent
John Byrd, colored, to jail on Tuesday
to stand trial for attempting to kill Jim
Thompson, also colored. The trouble
occurred near Salem, but we could not
learn the cause of the difficulty.
The Democracy of 1876 ii
at the Town Hall Friday"5
- ~Mrs. Mary J. Broom and daughiter, ti
Miss Maggie, have returned to Au- f
a~sta after visiting Mrs. A. E. Blair. f
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Broom, of Co-t
liumbia, have been visiting relatives 1;
Dr. D. E. McMaster is vi-iting in t
Rev. Jabez Ferris lett for Pidgeway I
en WVedneeday to cw~t religious
Messrs. J. M. Beaty and J. P. Cald
well have both returned from the
Mr. J. U. Rabb and family returned
to Florida on Tuesday after visiting
relatives in the county for about two1
months. Mr. Rabb is a native of this
Dr. David Aikeni left Wedneiday
for' Ridgeway on professionsal business.
Mr. and Mrs. Holbrook Rion and
children have returned from Virginia.
Mrs. J. G. McCants has gone ou al
pleasure trip to visit relatives and
spend a while at the springs.
For Over Fifty Years
Mas. WINsLOW's SOOTHING SYR~tl _has
been used for over fifty years by millions
>f mothers for their children while teeth
inr, with perfect success. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wInd colic, anid is the bet remedy
for Diarrhiea. It will relieve tile poor lit
te sufferer immediately. Sold by Drug
ists in every part of the world. 'Twenty
Eve cents a bottle. Be sure and ask fo'r
'Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
ta no other kind. $-2 II~
FOR THE ADV'A
'OR THE ANNOur
There will be a meeting of fl
lemoctatic League tonight in t]
ourt House at 8 o'clock to elect del
tes to the convention on Septembi
Alh, 1894. J. S. ELDER,
We are requested to state that thei
ll be a meeting in the Town Hs
night at 8 o'clock for the purpose <
anizing a Democratic Club onl ti
ational Democratc platform of 181
id State and County Democrat
onstitution in force September, 188
Call for the Horse Brand of Joh
i's Magnetic Oil. It has no equ
r the diseases of horses and cattl
L.00 size 50 cts.; 50 ct. 25 cts. Winn
-ro Drug Szore.
Delegat s to the Convention
Gladden's Grove Democratic Ci
et Spember 4, and elected the tre
ing delegates t, the Countty Col
ntion -tu meet ont the 10th inst
L. Mobley, W. B. Dixon, W.
utt, and W. T1. Mc~rore). Alte
es: John G. Johnston, Jason I
ll, J. Law Mc~rorey. Exectutil
nmmitteman, Daniel Hlail.
J. M. GAYDEN, Secretary.
Gladden's Greve, Sept.5~, 1394.
SECOND WEEK JURORS.
The following is a list of~ the pet
rn drawn for the second weel
ptember term of Court:
C. B. Boney, Amos Feaster (cc
ed), J. R. Curlee, Edgar Trap:
E, Yongue, C. L. Brooks, C. V
aucett, Jr., D. L. Stevenson, C.]I
oney, J. M. Steele, S. R. Rutlani
mes W. Weir, Samuel Shirley, Jno
Montgomery, W. L. Rosborougl
M. Crumpton, W. J. Martin, H~et
oleman (colored), J. N. Pope, 2
ce Scruggs, W. J. Crawford, J.
unnell, J. L. Cauthen, Jno. I
kett, J. MI. Dunlap, T. WV. Rawl
, F. R. McMeekin, C. A. Dicke:
D. Roberts, Jas. M. Macfie, F.]
ustin, H. 0. Duke, D. G. Robertsoi
C. Sterling, W. D. Davis, Wylie 3
No "isms" Friday nigh2
,tthe Town Hall. Th
emocraCy of"Our Dad
We want to tell the public this mor
igjust what "The llub" Is, where
,and ow cheap we are salling good
Tbe Hub' is a first-class dry goo
ore, doing business in the store ft r
yl occupied by WV. H. Willitord,
oress street. Our buyers ha
pent two weeks in vit-ting Northe
tarkets where they have, after a cat
11selection, purchased a most beau
~line of dry goods of every descri
ot, ladie.' and gent.' fine shoi
lies' fine dress goode, etc., c!othil
- me' atnd boys. We also carry
teline nt men's and~ boys' hasts a1
aps, all of abich are the latest al
bbiest styles. Call attd inspect o
tock. Low prices and courteous
eticn fr one andl all. Respect tull
"T H E BUB".
UJ.YssE G. D ESPORTEs,
J A. DLsPORTES, Matnager. hu
Deafacis cannot be Cured
y local applications, as they canm
aah the diseased portion of the e:
1hre is only one way to cure Dei
ie, and that is by constitutioi
meedies. Deafness is caused by
faamed condition of the muconas I
og of the Eustachian Tube. W1I
histube gets inflamed you hav~e
mubling sound or imperfect heariu
dd when it is entirely closed De
as is the result, and utile-s the in:
aiion can be taken out arnd this tU
e estored to its normal conditi'
aaing will be destroyed forev
nincases out oft ten are caused
.rrrh, wich is nothing but an
maed condition of the mucous S
We will give One Hlundred Doll
>rr any case of Deafness (caused
ttrrrb) that cannot be cured by Ha
attrrh Cure. Send for circulars, fr
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, C
meSld by Druggists. 75c.
JOHN R. HARRISON.
Death of a Former Resident of Fairfield
A So'dier of the Late War.
e- Capt. John It. Ilarrison, aged seVen
ty-five years, died at the residence of
his son in Florida Augunt 5. Ie was
the eldest son of John Hlarrison, Sr.,
of Longtown, and married as his firot
wife the eldest daughter ol Osmund
Woodward of thi-; town. Capt. Ilar
rison was a genial, wholesouled gen
tleman, and there are many fri, nds in
old Fairfield whose hearts will be sad
e dened when they read this article.
Atter the war he moved to G.argia
3 where he has since lived, but hik heart
still clung to his native State, and he
- longed to be back upon the red hills of
I Fairtield. lie enlisted promptly at tL.e
first call of his State and was elec:ed
captai j ot th.v Cedar Cueck lBiflte a d
wu. atta-ied to the Sixth South Caro
lina Voluteers, but at Summerville
beans. <-; the- t rouabte whv i;nhe colonel,
lf; i i ha 1 * )m1p11 y -i j .inaed Nel
uo's ;at tal ion. Ii t his commtuanid he
I e ein rin th ie war, a faithfutl, can
~When traveli..g alwvays take'n cake
of Johnson' Orienta .1 o p wnh en;
dienses are "lten. anght from using
hctrl ,oap5. wVin I!bo'r' l~aC Sore *
WHO CAN TEiL US
.1 Tononor, March 2S, 18S94.
1o lie Postmaster, Wininsb rough,
F ir-Would you kindly informi me
if there ar e any of the family in your
.vicinity of the late James Rogers, who
was a general in the Southern army
.during the late war. There were two
.brothers, both Presbyterian ministers,
who owned plantations before the war.
John died some years previous, and
James was killed in action during 11.
war. I would like very much to know
it t bere are any of the family left and
were they are. Would you kindly
~.let me know at your earliest convemi
~.ence, or perhaps yotu could put we in
Scomtunicationi with those who do
know somnething about them. My
m~fother was a brotber's daughter, but
a been dead some years.
Mas. R. W. Pt;RVES.
119 Dovercourt Road, Toronto, Ont.
tNot "one foot on Democ
eracy and the other on Pop
ulism'', but both feet on
Demoracy Friday night at
the Town Hall.
r- MRS. A. E. CHlAPLIN.
Aohrsweet spirit has departed
and added to the loneliness of earth's
'~pilgrimage. I was just crying, "Where
~nis the world in which I was born,' and
rehad ECarcelv dried the tear which
nature prompted for my old iii nd an~d
roommate for years together at the
e-venerated old1 Furman, J. M. C.
LiBreaker,- and the beloved Lampley,
.and Sout, and Griffith, when lo! an
other sumnmons comes f romt the Celes
'tiai City, and this time to one who-se
ig patient durance and calm, heavenly
a spirit and wor ks of love throngh some
ad what troubiouis timies in the past, made
idher a truly valuable taie d and' help to
Iher old padtor, who mnust be atlowed
rr th -ffer this brief tribute to her mn-f
- -ory, and warmnet symipathy to thke tbc
vreaved in Cotumbia and elkewhere,
'an specially to her dear si:-ter in her
10 liness at their hiomei in Winnsbosr,.
Mrs. Chaplini was a daughter of th~e
late ,Johin M. F: ipp, of' Morgan's
. . Island, Beaufort. T. W- M
A Household Treasure.
ot . W. Fuller, &~ Canajoharie, N. Y.,
.r.says that he always keeps Dr. King's New
-f Discovery in the house and his family has
tallways fcund the very hest results follow
it use; that he wouldt not be without it. i!
prourale.G A. D)ykemnan, Druggist,
1lCatskill, N. Y., says that Dr. King's New
en Discovery is undoubtedly the best Cough
a remedy; that he has used it in his fanuilp
iofor eight years, and it <as never failed to
,~do ali that is claimed for it. Why not try
a-a remedy so long tried and tested. Trial
bottle free at McMaster & Co.'s Drug Store.
be Regular size 5tc. and $1 00 *
wen aby was sick, we gave her Cdarta.
's 5hen she was a Child, she cried for Castorla.
by hen she became MIss, she clung to Castoria.
I have just returned frc
I have been with J. L. Mim
A Large SI
IN ALL THE
Will open up some stuf
everx body in Fairfield Coun
You will certainly he
Q. D. VI
W. P. Da~r rgit p-n
ass., writes: "Japanes P i' I'e
ha.. eired IAdy 7 yCar- v-i 1: - i. t
.1 na k hilt a rui'e ill the l1-t 111
%I n- al w 1 '14k ally di-tan1d
Ctit-l * C r siir'..
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castor!
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castor
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castor
The Great English Remedy.
PrMDt~and petfl nD
d ere a r mne. D e o v
atDRE. C J M ecEk
On'ers his ro is fo oser s to
>eo ple f ifl. fb fesa
- tat ier, s ad re s Jend isil.S
A -5~tsa~dev aove
DR. EP ,JTERB,
ne case best Sugar-cured
ne box choice "Our Beaut:
California (strictly) Layer
One box Alexis Godillott, J
finest Imported Prunes.
One box choice (very fres
Twenty boxes Jas. D. Mas<
& Co.'s choice Cakes,
One barrel (65 grains) Whi
One barrel tripple streng
These Vinegars are guara
teed to be of pure apple juil
and no coloring or any othi
matter used in its manufs
Fine Fresh Northern Potato<
The Octagon Soap,
The Riverside Soap,
The Fatherland Soap,
The Clairette Soap,
The Rabbit Foot Soap,
The Jewel Solid Bar Sos
DR. DAVID ATKEN,
Office: No, 9 Washington Street, 3 D
West of Postoffice.
gr'n Ridgeway. S. C., every WedI
At t18 Ol Stad~ lidr Br.. Qlattlebill'S fj
r ("E unde~rsitned will be~ pleased
i serve tie public. Satisfaction _gl
ate ed in hair-cut or shave Apprecial
past pal ronlage, solicits it in the future
3-.t.. v. >MoNr~Um
m the Northern Markets, where
naugh buying a
:ock of Goods
f in a day or so that will interest
ar from me soon through these
L L TFOR D,
IT IS ONLY A LIST,
a. - -
Q L'. .tLt's Flavoring Extracts.
M. Shop Polish.
osi $j Bird Seed.
3 ::: tnu.king~ and Cheawing Tobac~co.
me 7- llou-:ehold Ammzonia.
E A.Fl, Pper.
n, 1 ect Powder.
CAil k inc2 it f pies.
o Ma~aulnt Jlars.
A Large Supply of Paints
Still on Hand.
Dori't fail to try our Pear!e Polish
- for all kinds of metal; sold in 10e. and
25c. boxes. Try ibis Polish once and
Pyou will use no other.
Winsboro Drug Storo.
"Best Hyson, Black and Gunpowder
Tea, Mustard, Ginger, Pepper and
other spices. Salt Petre,
Rock Candy for Lung Remedies, Shoe
r., Polish, Cone Lye and Potash.
Seed Rye, Barley and Wheat, Crimson
SClover, Red Clover and Lnucerne.
A nice assortment of Spectacles for
h old and young.
C- Plenty of Turnip Seed still on hand.
'A Fresh Lot of
Choice Canned Fruits. Among them
A P'RIC(TS. P'NEA PPLE, PE ARS
I. Also a full line of Canned Meats,
French Sardines, Chipped Beef, Roast
Beef, Choice Lunch Tongue and
Eagle Brand Condensed Milk, Royal,
Davis and Good Luck Baking
H AMS AND BREAKFAST STRIPS
always on hand.
Our heavy groceries are always fresh
and new. 'A full supply of
es- TINWARE, CROCKERY WA RE and
WOODEN W ARE.
A nice line of Cigars, Cig~rettes and
Fine Smnokinag Tobhacco.
n. CAIPBELL W1, IKADDEN
OUR BUYER is now in the Northern market for the
purpose of buying our
He expects to use all energy to make the dollar of our
customers as large as possible. Let us shake your hand over
our counter often.
We are now receiving our fall supply. In a few days
lays our Zeigler stock will arrive.
ggrCOME TO THE CORNER.
J. M. Beaty & Bro.
Chicago Cottage Organ.
-EEo OG A E EO I
COME E -:-AN A NOD IT:-FO SE -:-O THEM.STL
LA TEST SH APES AND) SHADES.
T. HI. KiETCHIN & Co.
25 FPUILI at $1258
Cheal) wheels are next to worithless. \
Weneer reconmmend them.
is the leader in bicycle construction. Warwicks are made in the interest of
riders-heavy riders, light riders. fast riders, cautious riders. Their light
weight is mfadeC subject to durability. Neither are sacrificed.
Both are attaimed.
OUTR GUA RANT EED 25-POUND WHEEL
fitted with road tires, is creating a sensation. It earries the same guarantee as
heavier wheels. D)on't overlook the W arwick, for the best
is none too good when you begin riding.
La aside tuiiatimit tim it b~ieyetes are exiravagant. ~ xiravagance is in I
the l.SE. not in the-purchase. The best is the most economical Economy is a l
avoid all r pair.
C A T A LO)GU~E FR EE
* - ~ P.:S.- aric~hk gua.ranItees extend be
- \ on' t he salesrooi. ''4