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WINNSBORO, S. C.
Taesday, January 1..: : 895
TIE NzWS AN HkAm wishes you
a happy New Year.
THEAuestion whither or not the
horse must. go, is becoming a very
interesting one, and is being discussed
a great deal by professors in their dis
cassion on electricity. Many eminent
scientists believe by the end of this
century comparatvely few horses will
be used in this country. There can be
no doubt of the fact that fewer horses
are needed every year on account- of
a great many uses that can now -be
made of electric:ty, but we think that
it will be a very long time befo: e the
horse-will bedriven-from the farm by
blectricity. The statistics -how that
on January 1, 1894, there were 469
eleefrical railways in op-ration in the
United States, and over $205,000,000
were invested-inf them. This growth
has taken place in less than ten years.
Most of them include railways which
have discarded horses or would never
have been constructed, had they had
no other power than the horse It is
thought by some that the present low
prices of horses is the result not only
of the general stringency of the times,
but due in a very large measure to the
increase in the ways that electricity
can be used. Horses are exceedingly
aheap, as is shown by the sales on our
streets only a few days ago. Horses
that only a year or two age would
tave sold for $150 to $200 sold for $75
r:.Entering the new
~um opposite the national gallery
-vestibule was filled with greal
.!|gyptian shiccoes. The grand double
staircase leads to the middle story
filled with other stacco casts. Ox
either side of this staircase are the
supei-b ~ mural paintings representing
the mostimpo:-tant epochs in the his.
tory of mankind, by Kaulbach, exe
cuted during the years 1847 to 1886,
representing 19 years work. The col
lection it slucco workdis unexcelled ox
the Continent. noocins filled witi
wonderful collection4 of jewels, ilve,
and precious~ vases, Egyps ian, Assiriaz
and -Asiatic 'antiquities, casts of fine
sculpture andithe:'gh of other curi
osities, filled ats with wonder for hours
as we wan<qered through this vasi
store-house c4 ancient and modern
treasure. Passing from the rear by a
hail connece4ag the old and the new
museum, we0 saw again some of the
ravishing pictures of the old masters,
we wrote of before.
Another day we drove to the Hohen
zollera Museum, in Monbijon Palace.
This is a~lopg one s'ory villa built in
1788 a ' octhe residence of queens.
J~the~rd~tached is the E5nglish
Viet aria in 1881. - uut
The entrance to this museum is easy
and 25 plennings (for charity) gained
us ammission. The collection is (full
of .curiosities and memorials ef the
past and present time, of the reigning
House ot Prussia. Furniture, articles
of wardrobe, weapon., mnementoes,
decorations and memorials filled so
many rooms that we were hours mak
-ingthetour. Each Emperor and Em
press had rooms alleted' to their spe
ciel exhibit. Wedding gowns and
cateuxation robes, exquisite handker
chiefs,-rich'scarfs, slippers, boots and
gldxes all= in. lre glass cases. The
male attirewaavou'nous and equally
interesting. We saw one hundred, and
odd Qf-heir, walkng canes-^2rtainly
aunique' co tion... In separate
tefuneral tributes of
gogeond queen and some were
gougous nd wnderul.The cradles
an~aycarriages were very quaint
iad the playth'ngs of some very com
mioa place and funny. There were
many relics of the first Napoleon cap
tured at Waterloo.
The rooms (-svoted to Queen Louise
thes G-od,. were charmingly arranged,
just as she left them. Her distaff with
th-flax-her embroidery with her
needle sticking in it-even her comb
with hair she combed out last, as she
left it. Her bed-the same single one
.we see daily,'wiira feather bed coy
e ' e with agrand canopy above it,
all her boudoir arrangements.
There were several rooms filled with
reme and exquisite china and glass,
belonging to royalty in days gone by
Forrooms were dediested to Fred
* the Great. His death masque
hads on either side, in wax
o'n its glass cuse. A full
grei ' fa his court dress
vey striking. His elothes from
~to old age-:his psidythings, his
and horse, with his grand
were full of interest to
were wax figures of babies
locied much lke any other
babies with chubby cheeks anddimp
led fingres. It was one of our most
Interestiing. days in aningsit the past
Lat night we h ard Whadimir von
Pachman.i celebrated as the fitest
ch.>pin pwaA er in the world. le gave
a piano recital in Beclistein Hall. His
playing wag most extraordinarr. His
runs were like the sighing of the wind
on au vailan harp. Lik.e ILubenstein,
lie thoroughly enjoyed his own play
ing, and enjoyed eqnally well the ap
pian e lie had execution, tQne, t, cn
nique as wellas soul, and a personal
magnetism which thrilled his audience.
After the last encore, a few of his
audience lingered and gathering around
him, he came back ana played15 or 20
minutes, with almost childish pleasure,
dashing off several exquisite pieces
one after another.
It is said he sometimes applaud, him
self in concert and says, "good boy!
good boy!" Oi one occasion after
having played one of Chopin's pieces,
he hushed the applause and played it
all over,-"because he did not express
it satisfactorily to himself " The
evening was to us one of exceptional
I have been lost for months in the
sea of city life, but I loak for
wa to regaining my identity (and
native t aue) in our dear old village
again, very soon. Adien,
MAEY C. RION.
Berlin, December 10, 1894.
For colic, scour, sprains, bruises,
spavin, swellings and all diseases of
horses and cattle Johnson's Magnetic
Oil, horse brand, gives excel'ent satis
faction. $1.00 size 50 cts.; 50 ct. size
25 cents. Winnsboro Drug Store. *
Tweuty Creek Items.
Hr. Editor: The health of our neigh
borhood is very rood.
Judge W. B. Hogan is soning a
good crop of oats; also soine wheat.
le says he i; going tv s'op rai-iig five
cent cotton and s)w imore geii and
Miss Mary Flanuaigan has c'mr4e of
the school at the Bo h: sehoo!-hou-e.
Miss LUzze Il'gan has gone ta Sum
er. TWENTY CREEK.
A CHRISTMAS WEDDING.
They have chimed again -
The beautiful b H!s;
A Christmas wedding and a
Rev. E. A. McDo xell, of the B ptist
m'nistry, and Miss Eva Iolnes, eldest
diughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. Austin
Scott, of Fairfield, were united in
marriage on the evening of the 260h
December at the residence of the
bride's parents, Rev. Mr. Mellichainp
officiating in a bean iful and impres
sive manner. T.he groomsmen were,
Mr. W. F. Scott, brother of the bride
and be-t man, Mr. E. H. flail and
Dr. W. DeK. Wylie. The bridesmnid
were, Miss Evelyn H. Hall, maid of
honor, Miss Fannie C. For d ai~d Miss
ula B.' Powell.
The-handsom'e a'nd diina fi d groorn
and groomusmen wore <legaw bl.-ck
eening suits. The youmhtaml and
lovely bride and bridesmaids were
imply but beautifully attired in son:
The table- was e'egamly arrii ged
and artis~ically decorated in accord
ance with the exquisite taste of Mi1ost s
Florence and Julia Nicmole, of Rocky
The bride received a number of
handsome presents aeid the congratu
lations of friends and reltves were
sncere. The niight wass dark and
tempestuouts, but the unrmaing dawned
bright and clear, typical, we hope, of
the future life of this hap;.y an:d con
secrated pair. A WyEDDINGC GUEs'T.
It May Do as Much for You.
Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, Ill., writes
that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for
many years. with severe pains in huii back,
and also that his bladder was affected. 'He
tried many s>-called Kidney cures but
without any good result. About a year
ago he began-the use of Electric Bitters
and found reilef at once Electric Bitters
is especially adapted to cure all Kidney
and Liver troubles and often gives almcst
instant r lef. One trial wvill prove our
statement. Price cnly 50c. for large bot
te. At McMaster & Co.'s drug store. *
.Buackten's A-aican Salve.
r'alBucsT SATsv in the world for Cute,
ruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter,Chepped Hiands, Chill Aains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, -and post
tvely cures Piles, or no pay reqvired It
Isguaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 23 - ants pe
box. For sale by M1c)aster & Cr'
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
For Over Fifty Years
Mns. WI~4sLow's SooTHING STRUP has
been used for over fifty years by millions
of mothers for their children while teeth
in-, with perfect success. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wInd colic, and is the bebs remedy
for Diarrhcea. it will relieve the poor lit
tle sufferer immediately. Sold by Drug
gisS in every part of the world. Twenty
five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
'-Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
take no other kind. 5-261xly
whn aby was sick, we gave her CSuoria.
When she was aChild, she cried er Castoria,
when she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
Whesh. had Chfldren,she gavcthea Castoria.
JOHN J, MWcMAHAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
12%4 Law Range, Columbia, S. C.
Solicits business in his native Ceunty
DR. E. C. JETER,
Physician and Surgeon.
Offers his professianal services to the
people of Fairfield.
Postoffice address, Jenkinoviile, S C.
athe 1Old1 UtidDder Dr. Qiattlebaillm's KL
T HIE undersigned will be pleased to
serve the public. Satisfaction .guar
anteed in hair-cut or shave. AppreciatIng
past patronage, sohleits it in Ihe future.
3-f ,l V. Mm'PAT1UE
for Infants a
Bateman's Drops, Godfrey's Cor
most remedies for children are c
Do You Know that opium and morphi
Do You Know that in most countries d
without labeling them poisons?
Do You Know that you shculd not I
unless you or your physician know of what it i!
Do You Know that Cartcra is a pure
its ingredients is published with every bottle ?
Do You Know that Carcri- is th6 pre
That it has been in use for nearly thirty years
of all other'remedies for children combined ?
Do You Know that the Patent Office
other countries, have issued exclusive right to
"Castoria" and its formula, and that to imi
Do You Know that one of the reasons
because Castoria had been proven to be abso
Do You Know that 35 average
cents, or one cent a dose?
Do You Know that when possessed of
be kept well, and that you may have unbroken
We11, these things are worth knowin
Childrdn Cry for Pi
means so much more than
you imagine-serious and
fatal diseases result from:
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
Ifyou are felin
ad generally ex-f
and can't work, -|
begin at oncetak
Iron Brownn iron
-comes from -the
1 L~'C very first dose-it
LL~i.LJuno't .tain you,"
teeh, an d it's
pleasant to take.
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
Cocstigation, Bad Blood
Malaria, Nervous alments
Get only the genuine-it has crossed red
lines on the wrapper. All others are sub
stitutes. On receipt of two 2c. stamps wie
will send set of Ten Beautiful World's
Fair Views and book-free.
BROWN CHEMICAL Co. BALTIMORE, MD.
IT le nd mpeoTreatment cnisting of
Boxes of Ointment. A never-Ta flins Cure for Piles
th the knife or i ecions o aeolc acid which
are pasinful and seldom a per*.auent cure, and often
resulting in death, unnecessry. Why endure
this terrible disease? We g.uarantee 6
boxes to cure any case. You only pay for
benets received. $1 a box, 0 for $5. Sent by mail.
Guarantees Issued by our agents.
CONSTI PA Tl0O"':J~suie?*2
heretLV3ands ST~1IE AoR and
tespecIauly adapted for childrens use. (0 Doses
GUARATEBissued only by
WINNSBORO DRUG STORE.
'Winnsboro, S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF PROBATE.
. L. Johnston, as administrator of tile
estate of J1. Adeline Fife, (eceased,
Plaintiff, against J. A. Fife, R. M Fife,
Mrs. Willie Swain and Pheebe Gibson,
Summons for Relief.--Comnplaira' not
'o the Defendants above-named :
TOU are hereby summoned and required
to answer the complaint in this ac
ion, which is this. day filed in the office
f the Court of Probate, for the said
ounty, and to serve a copy oif your
answer to tile said ecmplaint on the
ubscribers at thle~r offices, SNos. 5 and
6Law itange, Winnsboro, South
aolina, within twenty days after the
service hereof, exclusive at the day of
snch service; andi if you fail to answer
the complaint within the itimle aforesaid,
the plaintiff in this ac-tion will apply to
the Court for for the relief demande'd in
Dated Dccember 5, 1894.
A. S. & W. D. DOUGL ASS,
To the Defendants, J. A. Fife, R. M. Fife
and Mrs. Willie Swain:
Take notice, that the complaint in this
action, together with tile summons, (of!
which the foregoing is a copy) was
fled in lIhe office of the Court of Pro
bate for Fairfield Count', in the State of
South Carolin. Onl the 6th day cf Decem
ber, A. D. 1894.
A. S & W. D. DOUGLASS,
12-G-6t Plaintiff's Attorneys,
Municipal Tax Notice.
TAX of 31 mills on all personal.
.and real property in the t own o1
Winnsboro has been levied for thc
Mnnicipal year comnmencinig M iy 1,
189, and a commnutalon street tix cf
Two Dollars. Said t ax, pas able fre m .
he 5th of Novernber, 1891, until thbe
l5:h of January, 1895,
J. A. HINNANT,
11-17 Clerk of Concil.
You Know that Paregoric,
dial, many so-called Soothing Syrups, -ad
omposed of opium or morphine?
ae are stupefying narcotic poisons ?
ruggists are not permitted to sell narcotics
rmit any medicine to be given your child
; composed? .
ly vegetable preparation, and that a list of
cription of the famous Dr. Samuel Pitcher.
and that more Castoris Is now sold than
Department of the United States, and of
Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word
tate them is a state prison offense ?
for granting this government protection was
doses of Castoria are furnished for 35
this perfect preparation, your children may
g. They are fact&
is en overy
Bya thorou-gh knowledge of the natui
laws which govern the cperations of digestI
and nitrion. and by a careful application
the fine properties of well-selected Cocoa, 3
Epps has provide! our breakrast tables witI
delicatcly ilavoured Deverage which may sa
s many heavy doctorf' bills It is by tiieju
Dlous use (f suciarticles of dier. that a cons
tution Way be -radua~ly built up until stro
enough .- rcst every iendeney to aisea
Eundred oGsubt! emalldls are loatingarou
as read to attack wherever there is a we
point. We may esepu ainy a fatal shart
teeping ourseivesrwen] forti'd witiLpute blo
nd a properly nourished frame."-icl Serv
Gazette. , Made s!mviv with boning w.ver
mIlL So;d only in nLal pouald nirs, y Groce:
yAMES EPPS -Z -C.,- Ltd . Hiomaeopall
Chemists. Locdiu. Englard.
l 'romcolcs a l..uriant growh.
'Nvr Tails-to: Restoro Gras
Eir~a rYt is ofl oor.
Cures sealp diseases sa hr fUing.
-51e~aud $1.00 at Druggista
lie Parker's Ginger Tonie. .it cures the ~Worst Cong
Wrak Lnngs, Debity; Imndie.fonin. Take in time..'i ci
B!00d and.?MI. D 86868
BOTAN1!O BLOOD MAL1 nevcr fa
to cure all manner of Blood and Skin d
eases. It is the greint Southern building 1
and purifying Remedy, and cures all mann
of skin and blood discases. As a buili
up t'onic it is without a rival, and absolute
beyond comparison vwith any ether simi!
remedy ever cfferedl to the public. It is
panacea for all ills resulting from impu:
blood, or an impoverishcd condition of ti
human syst -:. A single bottic will demo:
Cl!7send for irec book cf Wlonderful cure
Pric, Sr.oo per large bottle; $5-oo for si
For s'ale by drurgists: if not send to u
and medicine will be sent freight prepaidc
receipt of price. Addrcss
BLOOD~BALM CO., Atlanta, Ga.
Thfle ma::agement of th'e
u ~i'cble Lif2 Assurance
SSociety in the Department of
'the Caoins wishes to se
cuea f...w Special Resident
$ Agenti. These who are fitted
'a for ti' wor - ill find this
SIt' - em, and those
Stac:, pr;c. ran~ce, a::a the
Thinki"::s :a uover care
fully Thai an uusual
* fits you,.i.-::..1payyou. Fur
LW . . !?dder, rinager,
rcus d. are he O;fieilO pr'esel
them. a.:': : hn ul:cr igrc<
and a I pe. .. n:id e-ta
I wAem every mian and woman in the Unite
states interested in the Opium and Whisi
Ibits to have one of my books on these di
as. Address Bt. M. Woolley, Atlanta, G
33: 382, and one will be sent you free.
g !"ig 3gand Oium~ahd~
- ~ ~ cured at hom1e with
. ~ out p.inx.Book oirar
WHI tieniarssent FRE E.
M'tavea Ca~. OneXWhichaiik
When you are ready to pur
chase your Clothes you naturall
want to get them at the plac<
where the greatest value for you
money is given. We are the peo
.ple for you to see, because w
will save you money. We carr;
the largest and - most complet
stock of Men's and Boys' Cloth
ing and Furnishings to be foun<
in this State, and are offerini
good, reliable Clothing at lowe
prices than will be obtained else
We will give you an all-wool blac1
or brown Sack Suit for only
We are showing a complete lin
of all-wool Sack Suits in
heavy weight Cheviots
and Cassimeres at only
We are showing a handsome lifi
of all-wool Sack Suits at only
We are showing a beautiful lin
of all-wool Sack Suits in black
and blue Vicunas, and
fancy Cheviots; at
We will give you an elegant blac1
or. blue Beaver Overcoat
~or for only
:e. Our line of Youths' and Kne<
i Pants Suits is complete, and con
I tains all that will make the young
W sters comfortable and stylish
S, e keep constantly on hand a ful
line of Underwear, Neckwear an<
- We are located at 138 Mair
2 Street, next to Lorick & Lowrance
IIf you cannot visit Columbia
write for what you want.
~M. L KINARD,
~,Men's and Boys' Outfitter,
' T SIGN OF THE GOLDEN S AR
*Mandarins Tangerines, (
Kid Glove Oranges.)
Fine Ripe Grape Fruit.
I Choice Sweet Oranges.
Choice Eating A pples.
IChoice Messina Lemons.
ShQoice Evaporated -
I Apples d Peache
California Raisins andPrune
Fine Eating Irish Pdtatoe
Cabbages, Turnips, Etc., Ett
F. W. abenicht
SWhy sacriflce your cotton by sellin,
at the present law prices when yon car
store it and get advances which wi]
cnable you to carry your cotton foi
STerms reasonable. For further in.
THE STANDAR WARHOlUSE CO.
* CHRISTMAS BARB
WE HAVE TOO MANY GOODS; THEY MUST B
NEED THE MONEY, AND YOU GET THE BENEFIT
IN LOW PRICES. .
Lqr ie l . - Dre., P.v, ra1 s at1anl b.-*lw New Yuik cost. If you waatsa
e i. t .,- 1),,.., ;. . 1 25,. ,., '~'w ow 1.5c
r iie l.. I) e-- ('.:.- ; and 35c.. n 25 --. r good value.
..morp wa - e .. ,.- e wa t I-%
- . i-t- m -e. .. r .. ..4 -il..,rr- 1f0ih wa.
. s. '- la--.-- c a . -- . l Undi.rw.-ar at cut priees for ca
"f. ^ t ' lt- " in f wtre $4.00,>owS$6A,
c3'~ "! -i ' - a . - - a .1 lot au y them to.k eep '
8 f v bar il. ill Gwiv.n :%'Il ansd dati Hn:-. w1c.e *iu in half on notty
r or thiie I:: ., a i e am nev -mor- than e id hath
To aI an up b lNai cif -tock in this room befcre Christmas, we w 1 er
great barg:.ins. Pr..fi; ilut ans object.
We want your cash and will make it pay you to giye us a ca.
CALDWELL & RUFF.
->Money is King Now1e,
And if you went to see how "King Money" rules just c"I
on us and exanine our
CLOT HING. HA TS. SHIRTS,
COLLARS; CRAVATS ET
and you will find that he rules with an "strongare"ue
"mighty oand". We have
Stylish Clothes and StylishH s,
1 bui the "King" say s they must go, and go they will.
What about your account? Why, November i wIl soorn
be here, AND IT MUST BE PAID.
T. H. KETCHIN &OCQ
Headquarters for Mhney
TitU 1% IN tRIMED L ADIES', MIS$ ANDhHIWDMUPM
a ...ps. atacy -- aic , e e , ., . - .m
tan tig othsdepartnut. As we have a.large sock of the.se
muooi ir' sea'oni, wehave marked our prices on theurat
p sur ame tocome and buy at J. O:B G'S
>sStaple Dry Goods5
Noi eity a: d Solid (Qo ress Goods o&ri
sti es a;id miat-rial, a ila Tariminii ge fur samse
Fancy Goods and Notons' as low
0 - Come and see for bargain- at
--J. 0. BOAG'8.
CROCKERY, GLASS WARE,
Shoes, Hats and other g ods m~ally foun-d in a general mrhnistr
Furniture, achines, -Cooking Stove., Oegaus,, Baiessr
Road Carts, and One ..To-horse Wagons.
S. - -.
A NEW SUPPLY OF jo ii
=Combining Numerous W y b otDLC)
Points of Merit.Laisangetme's
*Cheapest and Most Popular d-dAYSAE
for indos.BATEE no oSMT
of.We pay the expss.L
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date and getLthibest.aAdnewnClmen' g S ,~
AND ORNCES dyil CANYse and GUs
a fow r cand ought ATEUER o SUT has
Colubiaand gusa. Sve ineof. Wbe late epesigs.
youfr profit, khre. upBIJ to1 A
dat ad gt he es. Ane moderae BIe8. Orer
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threeyeai~oid ilehas ver sar nd.~ Tha~EYNkfu fra Cl
reodad. n c-muiy s In a k fo Leve hareof iin fEtc.
grad Fit stock oFO SA cow wol doejapp'yrisetwen'rd
we To g Ahm CalatsfI. for-par J. M.BOELWT
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