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local-should be addressed to THE
4 EWS AND HERALO Co.
V. I) DOUGLAss, Edito:.
JAS. Q. DAvis, Treasurer.
W. J. ELLioTT, Business Ianager.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Thurs lay. March 14 :84 15
WE have- heard nothing from th'e
sigriers of the "Forty" from this
county. Meetings have been called in
..most c sunties for the 16th inst. Will
there. be one in this county?
WE are in favor of white suprem
acy, but we are also of opinion that
elections should be honestly condacted.
Electi m Iiws which legalize fraud
plade too much power with temptation
-to us t it in the hands of the ruling
party or faction. We do not un ler
stand the workings of the nu.h talked
of "ississippi Pan," but it it pl.ices
the result of ths electi.,m en:lely in
the hands of the election officers we
should be opposed t it.
.THE Ligi,lature of Maisachuset:s
has sent a comnmittee of its members
South for the purpose of stu l inJ the
causes of the removal of New Ensland
capital to the Piedmont region. The
committee will return Riser if sadder
mei. The reason is th-it the Piedmont
region is more suitable in every way
for the investment of capi-al than New
England. The climate and- natural
resources of the Iliedmont escarpmnen t
are among the finest on the globe, and
the close-fisted investors of the North
-are beginning to find it out. We
should not be surprised to hear that
the members of the Massachusetts
comniittee had conclud-nl to come
Paov BAILEY, of Cornwell Univer
sity, has been .makIng some very in
*teresting experiments in the effect of
electric light on growing plants. His
i~dea was to substittite electric light for
sunlight at night. The conclusion~s
reached were that different p!ants be
haved differently under the electric
light influence. Lettuce matured two
weeks earlier and spinach electrically
grown was seeding when that grown
*by sunlight alone was forming large
leaves with indications of seeding.
The experiments suffice to show how
wide a field lies before the gardeber of
the future in respect of his business in
bringing to his aid the electric rays in
producing early growths of certain
THE Young Men's Business League,
of Charleston, has distributed reprints
of an article of R. H. Edmnonds, editor
of the Manwuacurers' Record, written
his paper urging the planting of corn
by Southern farmers. The League
says: "The souncla.ense of this article
** sboilld'iipress the importance
of corn raising du'ring this year and|
all years to come upon our farmera."|
A copy of the circular has bceen sent
THE NEw#e AND hERALD and we print
it hoping the farmers of Fairfield may
realiza "the sound sense of the arti-|
The total production of corn in the
United States in 1894 was 1,212,000,000
bushels, a decrease of over 400,000,000
bushels as compared with 1898, and a
decrease of 850,000,000 bushels as comn
pared with 1891. Fortunately the
South had a large crop this year, or
otherwise it would have had to pur
chase its corn at a very high figure, be-|
cause of the great shortage. As the
average crop of the United States for
some years has been about 1,700,000,
000 bushels, the production of the last
two years is over 500,000,000 bushels.
short of the average. The country
will therefore enter opon the next crop
year with a very small stock of corn
on hand-so small, indeed, that even
should we hare another 2,000,000,000
bushel crop, as in 1891, it would re
quite all of this enormous yield to
make up for the deficiency of the last
t wo 3 ears. Even should such a crop
as this be produced, prices would
probably still be high, because of the
decrease in 1894. Another small crop.
following the one of last year would
necessarily mean exorbitant prices for
Because of these facts it becerne,
miore imperative than ever before that
the Sont~h should increa'e its cornt
acreage this year. The South's large
crop last yerar w'z due more to a heavy
yield per acre thant to a large increa-e
itn acreage. If this section is to main
- tain its independence of the West so
far as corn is concerned, every cffn t
should be made to urge uponi farme
the import ance of panting a larg- r
acreage this year th~an ever betore.
With a bile corn crop the Siouth is bet
ter prepared to stand low priced cot
toln than it couid in any other way.
It behooree every trade organ zateie u
in the South, an'd every business man
individually, as well as th ' pre s, to'
persistently er rt all possible influence
to encouratte an increase of acrease in
corn and o:her food suppli.
If trte-vigorous. work or ate pre s 5
tetive personal co-operation of bank
!rs, business men and all others who
ieal with farmers, it will be possible
o secure an increase of 25 or more
me. cent in the acreage devoted to corn
Li,.1 fjxistuffs compared with last year.
The vital interest which the entire
Sonth h .s in the increase of its grain
production', which a!so means an in
:rease in the supply ot provisions,
prompts the Manufacturers' Record to
ress this matter upon the attention of
-ver; man in the bo:li.
R. 11. ED3 INDS,
E lior and General Manager.
For The NZews and Herald:
SWEET KATY DIDS.
BY MRS C LADD
Yes, Katy did; yes, Katy did;
Well what did Katy do?
E're asked at least a thousand times,
But never met with one that knew
What the Katy's did.
rhe Katys did, all say they did,
Cunning and sly they must have been,
No listening ears have ever heard.
Or prying eves have ever seen,
What the Katys did.
Did they steal hearts? All say they did;
Stole them by the hundred, too;
Made playthings of them for awhile,
Some say thats wh t the Katys do,
Yes, the Katys do.
Yes, Katy did, I'll tell the truth,
Some h w she sole my heart away,
And when I asked for recompense,
She smiled and gave her own for pay.
That's what Katy did.
Yes, Katy did, and so did I;
We both said yes, she's by my side
I'll hold my precious jewel fast
For Katy did is now my bride.
Yes, Katy is my bride.
The girls are all sweet Katy-dids,
Full of love and cunning too,
What would earth be without their
Say men and boys what would you do
Without a Katy-did?
N-ow, boys, stir up, try and get
A Katv-did such as I won,
You'll gain the greatest joy in life,
God's best gift beneath the sun,
A loving wife.
Buckhead, S. C.
means so much more than
you imagine-serious and
fatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
and generally ex
Browts ~e noappte
ters. A few bot.
* A A cmes from the
B tiesy cure-bene-t
Dyspepsla, Kidney and Liver
Constipatlon, Bad Blood (
Malaria, Nervous- ailments
lines on thewaprf oters are sr
Fair Views and book-free.
BROWN CHEMICAL Co. BALTIMORE. MD.
BUIST'S Gardent Seed and Onion
CHOOL BOOKS and Stationery of -
L30LGATE'S Fine Soap, Colognes,
Extracts, Brnshes, Sponges, 1
.hamois Skins, etc.'
LARGE as-ortmnent of Lamps, g
lhangin~g andh stan e
TEELLY DiSHES, Bowls, Tumblers, ed
AUNDRY SOAP, Soda, Cream b
Tartar and Baking Powders. 0
PAINTS, Oils, Paint and White- f
ALARGE line of Cigars and Che
Particular attention given to the corn
>onnding of prescriptions.4
OFFICE HOURS OF DR. BUCH.NAN.
8.30 to 9.30 A. M. and 3 to 4 P. M.
Winnsboro Drag Store.
-FOR THE HEALINiG OF THlE NATIONIS
THEl GEEAT SOUTIIEN RESEDY 70a
fil Skin and Blood Discases
,It purifies, builds up and enriches 4
__the blood, and never fails
S to cure the most inveterate 4
BLOOD AND SKIN DIS
~EASES, if directions are fol
5 lowed. Thousands of grate
. ful people sound its praises 4
and attest its virtues.
WWRITE for Book of Won
derful Cures, sent free on ap
If not kept by your local druggist, -
send $r.co for large bottle, or S5-oo
Ifor six bottles, and medicine will be
sent, freight paid, by E
for Infants anc
T HIRTY years' observation of C
miliom of persons, permit us I
It is unquestionably the best r<
the world has ever known. It is
gives them health. It wil save t
something which is absolutely sa
Csstorla destroys WWms.
Castoria alays Feversnee
Castoria prevent. vomiting So
Castoria cures Diarrhas and
Caeoria relieves Teething Tr
Castorua cures Constipation As
Gastoria neutrallses the effets of ea
Castoria does not contain morphie oi
Castera asimilates the food, regu
giving hefthy and natural sleep.
Castorla is put up In one-shie bottle.
Don't allow any one to sel you anyti
that it i. "just as good" ad "wil
See that you get C-A-3-T-0-R
Children Cry for P1i
Tor Over Fifty Years
MR.. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP has
een used for over fifty years by millions
i mothers for their children while teeth. A
n, with perfect success. it soothes the -
ild, softens the gums, allays all pain,
res wind colic, and is the best remedy *
or Diarrhcea. It will relieve the poor lit
le sufferer immediately. Sold by Drug
ists in every part of the world. Twenty -
ive cent.; .& bottle. Be sure and ask for
-Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
ke no other kind. r'6f x1y
Don't be talked into having an oper
tiou performed or injections of car-;
lic acid used as it m:.y cost you your;
ife. Try Japanese Pile Cure. Wit)ns- C
oro Drug Store. *
Tildren Cry for Pitcher's Cast'oria.
hen Baby was sick, we gave her Ca2ra
hea she waua Chik1, gs cried for Catoria. 14
ha she became Xim, she clung to Castoia,
ha she had Cfdken,she gave themCaatoria, 4
bidren Cry for Pitcher's Castora. j
. 0. McKEOWN & SONS,1
Firdt Class Machine Tools
mat repair Engines, Boilers, Cotton 4
Gins, Threshers, Injectors, Safety
Valves, etc ,
BestClasesof Machinery for Sale
~Good Assertmnent of Machine Sup-4
plies kept in Stock for sale.I
~rite or call and sec the " at -their
CORN WELL, 4
outhern B. R.) Chester Co., S. C.
This n ill appear again the first of
et mont h. 3-12-1y
[TTERS OF .AD3INISTRAT10N.
ATE OF SOUlil CAlHOLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
& S R. JOIRNS TQY Nsq., Probate JuIge:
TIIEREAS, FLORENCE M. IIABE
VYNICIlT, hath made suit to me to
ran her letters of administration of the
tate and~ effects of F. W. Uabenicht, dl-'
hese are, therefore, to cite and admion
hall and sin~rular the kindred and,
ditrs of the'said F. W. HIabienicht,
eased, that they be and appear be
e mue, in the Court of jProbate', to
held at Fairfield Court H~ouse, S. C.
the 21st day of March. aftet p)ubli
tion hereof, at 11 (o'clock ii, 'the
re.oon, to show causejif any they have,
y the said administration shonld not
.iven under my hand, this 6th day olf
arch, Anno Domini 189->.
S. R. JOilNSTON,
3-7x3 Judgte of Pret'ate.
Hs susts.red its reputation for 1S years *
as being tue standard remedy for the ( I
quic nd rmflanent cure of Rheuma-.
tis, Gutiatca etc in all its forms.4 ]
It is edrebythoue4nds of P'hysi- *
cians, Publishers and Pastients. It is e
purely vegetable and builds up from the *
trst dose. It never fails to caere.
Price is one dollar a bottle, or six *
bo~ttles for five dollars. Our 40-page Pa-* j -
palet sent Free by Mail. Address, *
Durang's Rheumnaic Remedy Co.
1316 L Street, Washilngton, D.C.
DaaranersILire ilsare the best on
en~h. hey at cit:1.as that makes I
rn:cE .5 CT3 Ta ,c r 5 BOE3 ro3 $1.
JACOBS' PH ARMACY CO.,
loesale Agents, Atlanta, 'ar
nsT&~ every man and woman in the U~nited
tes interested in the Opium and Whisky -
bits to have one of mn books on these dis
s.Ads B. n. &ooley Atanta, Ga.
astoria with the patrouage of
o speak of it without guessing.
bmedy for Infants and Children
harmless. Children like it. It
heir live. In it Mbthers have
to and practically perfect as a
bonie acid gas or-poisonous air.
sium,or other naTtotie property.
ates the stomach and bowel,
only. It is not sold in bulk.
d=g else on the plea or promise
t answer every purpose."
Jse Barnes' In
S. BARNES & CO., 56 E. 1th St.,N.Y
AD NOISES CUREI
FN,1,~vubwr Cu~loushelp'wb en a
else falls as glasse help s
nw Yok sle lPdot. Sendfr book ad'rox FRB'
Cleans.. ad beaue. the ha&r.
Promotes & luxunflat growth.
Sever Pails to Restor Gray
Cuessadise a es ha al.
Temangement of the
SSociety in the Department of
Lthe Carolins, wishes to se
Scure a fev: Special Resident
Agents. Those who are fitted
for this work will find this
It is work, however, and thosed
Swho succeed best in it possess.
charact:, mature judgment,.
tact, pe:rseverance, and the:
respect of their community.
SThink this matter over care
ful There's an unusual.I
opening for somebody. If it
fits fou, it will pay you. Fur
ther information on request.
W. J. Rod dey, Manager,I
-Rock lill, S. C.
The Old Friend
i.nd the best friend, that never
ails you, is Simmons Liver Regu
ator, (the Red Z)-that's what
rou hear at the mention of this
cellent Liver medicine, and
eople should not be persuaded
hat anything else will do.
It is the King of Liver Medi
ines; is better than pills, and
akes the place of Quinine and
a~lomel. It acts directly on the
liver, Kidneys and Bowels and
ives new life to the whole sys
em. This is the medicine you
rant Sold by all Druggists in
iquid, or in Powder to be taken
ry or made into a tea.
sgthe Zstam in w o Wro.
he BEST WEEEL ON THE MARKET this~yer
S[the combination ot
the celebrated G.&J.
~CA'll PneumatIc Tire and
*lFae iz riling o I a EDur.
*Send for illustrated
- & JEFFERY~
And choose at random. You can't
go amiss amongst the immen'e line of
Suits that % e've thi own on the special
tables to be satcrificed this week. Any
one you put %our bands on is worth
more than we'll charge you for it, and
never before has such an opportunity
been presented for obtainirg a fine
Suit of ('o-bes for a small amount
One lot of Suits and
Overcoats that the
marked $22.50, $18,
50, $15 and $12.50
your choice now for
One lot of Suits
that arc marked
choice now for
One lot of Prince Al
bert Coats that are
marked $22.50, $18.
50, $15 and $12.50
your choice now for
One lot of Overcoats that
are marked $8.50,$7-50
and $6.5o-your choice
now for only $5
Tbis sale is for spot cash, and none
of these goods will be sent out on ap
Our line of Men's Furnishings is
complete, and contains comfort and
If you do not reside in
Columbia, write for what you
THE PEOPLE'S CLOTHIER,
138 Main Street,
At Sign of the Golden Star,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
As we wish to make room for
Spring stock, we have marked
our heavy Winter Goods, such as
WIOOLEN PIECE GOODS,
way down out of sight. The
winter is not yet gone and
YOU WILL NEED
.WARM WE AR.
We will beat "between season"
prices to death.
When times are hard and money
YOU W4NT YOUR DOLLAR TO
GO A LONG WAY8
We will give you more for ONE
DOLLAR than any one else.
We will treat you right and
save you money.
Checked Homespun, at 3c. per yd
White Homespun at 3c. per yd
Will beat the record on Flour
A NACDONAL & UO,
Blackstock, S. C.
4,.~:nanagence, over and~ulb 3m
)l -:e o, 9~ un paige ..ymal St. nreet, 3 $Dor
WJlen.urre~t r orrafdie. moy
a.-n, ~ :...-. n we es
Our Miss Lilla Ketchin is now in Baltimore
buying our Spring Stock of Millinery. She has
instructions to buy a FULL stock. Her experi
ence and taste is a guarantee that the stock will
be worth seeing. - We wanf you to see it. We
will fix the prices to suit the times.
We are now receiving the first arrival of Spring
Goods in all lines and ask an inspection from
every one, We study to please both in quality
CALDWELL & RUFF.
One Ton Cotton Seed Meal
For 375 Lbs, Middling Cotton, Payable in the Fall.
This is the offer we are now makinr. aid s e d*'s:re to call the attention of
farmers to the cheapness ot Cotton 6,d Meal at present a compared with
commercial fertilizers. Taking the Clemson College valuation of ammonia
at 13c. aid i5c. per lb., respectiv -Iv. m cotton seed meal and in mixed
fertiliz-rs, phosphoric acid at 5c. and potash at Sc. per lb., we have the fol
Cotton Seed Meal-Analysis, 81 per cent ammonia, 21 per cent phos.
acid, 1j per cent pota-h. Cmmercial value at Charleston with
freight to Winnsbofo.................... ....... ..... $29-.20
Commercial Fertilizers-Analysis; $ per cent ammonia, 8 per cent pho-.
acid, I per cent potash. Value at Winnsbero ................$21.40
The a'ove shows a difference of $7.80 per to" in favor of cotton seed
meal over high grade fertilizers, and yet we are selling cotton seed meal for
less than % on can buy standard fertilizer,.
3.7-ln FA[RFIELD OIL & FERTILIZER CO.
All parties indebted to us must make arrange
ment for immediate settlement. We must have, the
money,,or paper satifactorily secured. Having de
cided to ^o-intoagew business it is absolutely neces
sary that our business herebe, closed up at once.
All parties owing us will be given a reasonable time
to settle; after that all unpaid notes or accounts ue
us will be placed in suit.
T. HI. KFETCIITN & CO.
Headquarters for Millinery.
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED LADIES', MISSEs' AND CHILDREN'S
Hats in all the latest shape. A large stock of Ribbonis, Fancy Feathers, Birds
and Tips. Fancy Pins, Backles,.elvets, Silks, Crepes and1 oiL~er goods per
taning to this department. As we bave a large stock of these goods which
must be sold in season, we Lave marked our prices .on them down. Now is
your time to come and buy at J. 0. BOAG'S.
>*Staple Dry Goods3s<
Novelty ai~d Solid Colk r Dre~s Goods cf variesI
*styles and materiaI. With Triiuti~g for same.
w Fancy Goods and Natio~ns as low as :he loet
O Come and see for bargains at
o -J. 0. BOAG'.
CROCKERY, GL ASSW ARE,
Shoes, Hats and other goods usually found in a general merchandise store to
b found at , J. 0. BOAG'S.
Furniture, Sewing Machinea, Cooking Stoves, Organs, Baggies, Surreys,
Rod Carts, and One and Two-her~we Wagons.
3. O. Boag,4
wil min : he w~uoi o; 18 l95 at winne- cAETT~E
so~ a:.d a u.y tarm ter $15 f->r e*"oCnGT
mon a e an $25fo-th, naa AW I OBTAIN'A PATENTe For a
tnra o - insunred lie i gr h.- we anbe rt to
on~4i I f L x t r. lam Amna'n e t lta aiet an dbookorl-'
t,1 .ck -, he b. L xmit'", u taat
f Gut i.:na Ile Abee i anEti-ve icsse yoissnutrate.h
Era" a t' nca D .%;'i ue and iaudu ete n~ef toug u o se
o e , p icin heocindc Aa:aaa
outudent.to tlicitrred.oDEN T ha5ImYduve
JO__IN G. M BLEY.
i~ t~i~her rodc - .mic atiti WLU IN ~SE oa, 3.61