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Thursday. April 4
A ocal W1re2
-Let's have a young nien's busine
league in town. Who will put t
ball in motion?
-Attend regular meeting of Vinn:
boro Steam Fire Engine Company th
(Thursday) evening at 8 o'clock.
-Mr. S. K. McDonald and his et
tire family will move to Rock Hill i
a few days, or at least as soon as I
makes arrangements to move.
-"Bill" Blackburn, from Nort
Carolina, was in town on Wednesda
offering tobacco to the trade. E
generally sells here, in fact has had -
goodtrade with our town for twenr
-A certain young man in town tol
our reporter that he had set a hen o
fifteen eggs and she hatched out sever
teen chickens and left two eggs in th
nest unhatched. We won't mentio
his name for his parents' sake.
-Rev. C. E. Todd was in Winnj
boro several days ago in the interei
of the Due West Female College. H
asked the reporter to send his girls t
the college, but unfortunately far t1
Female College our girls are all boy!
Mr. Todd was looking well and apps
rently in fine health.
-THE NEWS AND HERALD of Winni
bore has received the weights of I
pigs from one section (White Oak
which were weighed on April I fo
the purpose of contesting for the priz
offered by us for the largest hog raise
this year. Eight of this number ar
marked News and Courier, whic
means that they were weighed e
February 20 to enter the Courier's upt
Johnson's Oriental Soap is far supE
rior to all-.the other so called medicins
soaps for beautifying the complexiox
Winnsboro Drug Store. *
BEmE, PEESBYTEEY.-Bethel Pres
bytery will meet in Yorkville on th
16th of April. Reduced rates will b
given to the members of the Presby
RAIN AGAIN.-At Durham's ther
was so much rain that the people coul
not plough on Wednesday. Some o
the farmers were in town on that da;
BRoKz - AwAT.-Reuben Perry go
away from the chain gang at the hil
one mile west of town about 4 o'clock
Ve was being pursued by the Sherif
with the blood hound at going t<
STRUCK TH3 MAIL AEM.-Tbe engi
neer on the south-bound passengel
-train, while looking out of his cab a
Ridgeway, came in contact with thi
mail arm. There mnst have been some
*thing wrong or- the arm would hayi
been down out of the way. He wa:
Insensible from the efect for somi
ThE TRAIN KILLs A CifILD.-A chik
-of Mr. James Ratteree was overtakei
on a trestle near the G. C. &g N. june
tioni in York county on Tuesday b:
the train and killed. The child was
returning from school and stopped oi
the trestle. The G. C. & N. train was
the one which did the killing. Mr
Rtatteree is a brother of Mrs. A. Wil
liford of this place. We are pained t<
learn of the horrible accideut.
Ladie', if you want a pure delicati
soap for the complexion, druggists wil
always recomnmenu Jobhnson's Orienta
Medicinal Toilet Soap. Winnsbor<
Drug Store. *
FooD OROs.-Mr. Josiah GibsoI
told our reporter on Wednesday thal
the cotton acreage was bound to bi
reduced in his section. That ther<
were many farmers who could no
make arrangements to plant cotton
consequently they are spending morn
money for pigs, Irish potatoes, cab
bage seed and seed corn. Hie says
too, that they want all early varieties
that a naan can't sell any late varieties
They want early corn, early cabbag<
and everything early--must have it.
Mr. and Mrs. Selden Kennedy, o
Due West, are visiting Mr. Jas. A
Brice's family. Mrs. Brice is a sis e:
of Mr. Kennedy.
Judge 0. WV. Buchanan is in tow:
at h's father's residence.
Half Far. to Dallas, Tex., andi Return.
A rate of onet.fare for the round
trip has been arranged by -the South
ern Railway to Dallas, Tex., and re
turn, for the occasion of the genora
assembly of the Presbyterian Churci
Tickets will be sold May 13 to 15
good returning until June 3, 1895
Choice of routes will be given vi
Memphis, Shreveport or New Orleani
The rate for this occasion from Ct
lumbia will be $31.65 for the roun
trip and will be open for everybody
aff'ording a most excellent opportunit
for a comparatively cheap trip t
For particulars apply to R. W. Huni
T. '. A., Augusta, Ga., or R. L. Sea.'
U. T. A., 132 Main street, Columbii
We autho.rize our advertisedI druggist I
sell Dr. King's New Discovery for Col
sumption, Coughs and Colds, upon t
condition. If you are afflicted with
Cough. Cold or any Lung, Throat or Che
trouble, and wilt use this remedy as d
rected, giving it a fair trial, and experl
enee no benefit, you may return the botr
and have your money refunded. IE
could not make this offer did we not kno
that Dr. King's New Discovery could 1
relied on. it never disappoints. Tri
btt:es free at McMaster & Co.' Dri
Store. Large size 50c. and $1.00. *
rhit... ry. fr PitcherJs Ca-tor.
A Wild Runaway.
A horse belonging to Mr. D.
Crawford took fright at a wheel
barrow passing and pulled loose from
the hitching post. He ran up street
s and when opposite Mr. Sam Simpson's
I place jumped in the ditch and up on
the rock pavement. He crossed the
step at McMaster & Co.'s drug store,
the hotel steps and T. 11. Ketchin's
steps. At the corner he slipped and
fell, sitting down rather hard on the
rocks. Then he skirtid the market
door and went on the p-.vement again
at Dr. Aiken's office The buggy was
h jerked . rom the harness by coming in
contact with a tree, but was not in
e jured, only broke the cross-bar of the
shalves. The horse stopped at Mrs.
HabenichL's gate. There was some
lively scampering when he took the
pavement. The most amusing sight
was the phonograph man dodging
behind a shade tree, looking first one
side and then the other.
n We recommend Johnson's Magnetic
OR1 for rheumatism, neuralgia, sprains,
bruises, lame back; it qaickly reliev. s
pain. 25 and 50 ets. Winntbaro Drng
D We WI 1 Know About Tobacco by Fall.
e We publish the names of those we
. know who have planted tobacco in
R. V. Bray, Capt. Matchett, J. M
Stewart, J. P. Caldwell, W. R. Elliott
8 and H. L. Elliott, Thomas Anderson,
) W. H. Macfie, W. M. Harden, Mrs.
r Alice Harden, E. R. Elkin, lowell
e Edmunds, E. W. Olliver, R. D.
I Bolick and Sam Timms.
a Some of these men will make a
i thorough test of the subject. Messrs.
i Macfie and Anderson have secured the
- services of an expert from North
Carolina. Out of the number men
tioned we will get the facts and
Tnz NEwS AND hERALD has done
all it could to encourage tobacco cul
ture. We can't say that it will pay;
but we wanted to see the matter
tested and furnished two pounds of
seed, and even then we cou!d not give
- them all away. Bnt if some of these
men succeed you will see a change in
aff'airs next year. We await the re
sult with intensified interest.
f We know that Florence and Dar
lington have made money at tobacco
and we think Fairfield County can do
the same thing.
The Mossy Dale section lies below
the Greenbrier section and is very
much the same kind of land in fact
and in appearance. This place is for
tunate in having a'good school which
runs much longer than the average
country schools. It is taught by Miss
Eunice Rosborough, daughter of Mr.
W. L. Rosborough at Albion. Miss
Rosborough is very much liked as a
teacher and gives complete satisfaction.
Mr. T. F. Curlee carries on a black
sith and wheelwright business and
is doing fairly well at itL :
Bethel Church is not fai- from the
centre of this country and service is
held there' twice a month by Rev.
M. W. Hook.
Mr. R. J. Stewart carries on a store
in this neighborhood, which is a con
siderable adjunct to his farm.
The people seem to be pushing ahead
like their Greenibrier brethren and
farm work goes on with a vim. The
lands do not wash away so fast and
red gullies are ant uncommon sight
there. It is a country worth going to
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
The Greenbrier section of. Fairfield
is one of the prettiest.farming sections
in Fairfield County. The land is less
rolling than that north of Winnsboro
and is more sandy. There is as large
yields per plow in that neighborhood
as any in the county. - The people
there are active and progressive.
Mr. J. RI. Curlee operates a store near
his dwelling; the Greenbrier church,
a neat new building, is situated near
the entrance of the "cow horn road,"
and a school house stands near the
church. Rev. T. M. Dent is the pastor
and has servi%e twice a month-the
church is about six miles from town.
Miss Martha Thorn conducts the
scotol-in the buildin'g near the church
and is very much liked by the pupils
In the lower part of. this section a
,saw mill, grist mill and ginnery is
Joperated by MIr. J. L. Robinson on
the place he purchased from Mr. T. K.
Rockton is about 5 miles from the
centre of this vicinity and Winnsboro
about 8 miles. The road to this neigh
borhood is level and in good weather
very pleasant to travel. But we have
concluded that no roads are good in
On this road you will find the Devil's
Race Track, right near Mr. Steadmnan's
residence, but you cannot raake over
one-fourth of a mile in an hour in bad
weather. We-comnmend these people
who have to pass this plaee to the
tender mercies of the chain gang.
The colored people there hare erect ed
a church which is very creditable to
s them. When-painted it will present
a handsome appearance.
unIc en-P ATDrca sa1'.
Lea a Biw ~AJviS in the world fo: Gun
e ui'es, sores, UI'cers, Salt Itheuni, ?ev.-r
y Sores, l'etter, Chepi ed hlands, Chi:Li laina~
'e Cornis, and all 'Skin Eruptions, and posi,
ii tively cures Piles, or tno pay required 1.t
isguarante'ed to give perfect satiisfaction,
r money refunded. Price ss -ss e
. u. For sale by M' w.er & C( '
HAVE YOU EVERI BEEN TO THE
There are many people in Winus
boro who have never seen the quarry.
They really do nat know what an in
teresting sight there is so near them.
TuE NEWS AND HERALD reporter was
there last week 'and was very much
interested in viewing the immense de
posit of granite there. At the time
we were there the superintendent, Mr.
J. J. Cain, was getting out some stone
to be delivered to the block-makers
along the line of the track. This
track runs from Rockton to the Bun
drick quarry, a distance of seven or
eight miles. The Woodward rock is
about four miles from Rockton and
about seven miles from Winnsboro.
The postoffice at this place is called
Rion, but the place is commonly known
as Rock City. The rock is gotten
from the quarry by means of a derrick
or crane and is dropped on a fiat car;
they are put off along the track to the
paving block makers, who have their
several positions along the line. This
rock is drilled and broken into smaller
pieces and-then in turn are broken still
smaller until they are down to the re
qubied dimension. It is wonderful
how straight and square they can be
broken by a blow from a hammer in
the hands of a skilled block-maker.
THi- campany sh'ps annually from
200,PO to 1,000,000 blocks every year.
1'y also ship large quantities ot
dim n ion stone and street curbing, do
all kinds of m:numental word, and
work for inside finish of publicibnild
ings. They own eight miles of track,
a locomotive, several hoisting engines
and derricks and a lot of polishing
At present they have a contriet to
make the Calhoun monument for the
city of Charleaton. It will be 92 feet
high when finished.
Superintendent Cain showed us a
mine blast whereby be estimates that
be lifted seven million cubic feet of
stone at one explosion. The ledge is
as large as any ordinary hill and the
depth has not yet been determined.
The whole hill was lifted to a depth of
twelve feet. The first arrangements
for this blast occupied four months.
A shaft or hole was made in the solid
rock about 8 feet in diameter and about
'0 feet deep. Then a recess was made
under the walls of this well, as it were.
Six or eight holes were then drilled
outward leading in different directions.
These holes were filled with powder
and the recess filled with powder and
dynamite. The well, hole or shaft
was tightly packed with red clay, after
which the fusei was lighted and then
the earth seemed the heave. The en
tire hill was found to be lifted to a
depth of twelve'feet arnd now the stoue
may be easily gotten out.
The place is dot ted about with houseR
and looks like a small town. The
mess hall is a large building where the
workman who have no families take
While Mr. Cain, the superintendent,
and Mr. St. Amand, the manager,
never neglect their business for a min
ute, still they are always courteous
and polite to visitors, and a trip to
Rock City will be a pleasant and a
-The Community Shocked,
" Last evening, just after tea, while Mr.
Thomas Hartman, a prominent and highly
respected citizen, apparently in the best of
h.-althi and spirits, was reading a newspaper,
the sheet suddenly fell to the floor; he
.reed one hand over his heart, gasped, and
::~back in his chair, evidently uncon
- us. The family were stricken with con
t ration, and immediately summoned a
y.,ielan But it was too late. The old
.aleman was dead Physicins ave heart
esasthe cause."-Hoibrook Herald.
Eeyday the papers contain statements
.ialar to the above. Even youth is no de
e~cse against heart disease, and the awful
ip dity with which it is claiming victims
orce upon all a conviction of its prevalence.
Keader, if you have a symptom of this
irea~d disease 'do not hesitate a moment in
-t -tiding to it. Delay is always dangerous,
o:d in heart disease too often fatal. Some
myptoms of heart disesse are shortness of
---eath, fluttering, or palpitation, pain or
-enlerness in left side, shoulder, or arm, ir
2.ular pulse, smothering, weak or hungry
.tlls, fainting spells, dropsy, etc..
ch("arles Raven, York, Pa., writes: "I suffered
.i heart disease 22. years. Frequently my
-'rt would seam tojump into my mouth, and my
- m..irion made me very melancholy. Physicians
-e me no relief. I became so much worse that
we i not expected to live; but was induced as' a
st resort to use Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. The
-e :nd day Ifelt greatly relieved, and at the end
a ten days I felt like aiking. My gratitude is to:>
'-n for expression."
' eph Rockwell. Uniontown, Pa., aged 52
--- s iys: "For four years previous to begin
* -'te use of Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure I wa-s
*v--d with heart disease in a very severe form.
-* I, tken all so-called cures, but with no benefit
I n used Dr. Miles' remedy, one bottle of whch
. lin-1 e." .
.1. 1). Bethards, High Polnt,.Ia., makes the fo!
sing statement : " I was a wreck from heirt
.A ase and stomach trouble when I began using
m.~r $!iles' New Heart Cure and Nerve and Liver
ils. As a result of their use I aua well."
Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure is bold by all drng
th~s on a positive guarantee, or sent by the Dr.
iles Meial Co., Elkrhart, lad.. on-receipt of
price, Si1per bottle, six bottles for $S, express pine
paid. It is positively free from all opiates or
dangerous drugs. Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver
Pills, 25 cents per box, five boxes,.00O. Mailed
anywhere. Free book at druggists, or by mail.
So d by WINNSB3ORO DRUG sTORE.
A -w and Compete Treratm:i., con-istingo
SUPPOSiTORIES, Capsuiosi of Piut-ent and two
Bozes~ of Ointment. A never-fald::.7: Cure for Pieos
of every nature and degree. I t.~ -arn operation
wi the knife or injection.' of . -hriic acid, which
~r prinful rand seldom a pern.nze.. cure. end often
1muiin in death, unneo.L.y:. wa'~y ondure
ts ee-rble diaeanoa? 'a gu-ra:.teO 6
t~es -to cure any c..' Lon only pay for
oea received. 1i bmox...-- . Senlt by mil.
.arantees is'sued iy <,r(tA-'
CONSTI PA Ti"O iI *i
he Cre',t UV El. ntd STG . C.1 '.'40 ULAToR and
IVL' PUtiFIERt. t;..il, :11iU and ie10aLt to
t~A,-, erpecirnlly adaipted fter daL... &- .... '1Doe
. tLNTES ssuod~ < iv try
WINNSBORO) DRUG STOT:-F
Winnsbor-.. S. f.
DR. DAVID AIKEN,
Otheie : NKo, 9 Wasbington Street, 3 i 'ou: s
West of Postoffce.
r=I-n Reway S. C. every W.. tios
Standing: on ti
I have already opened u
Dress Patterns, with a lot of lai
Also a beautiful assortment of !
My line of White Checked
attractive this season.
Charles We have a no
Heiser'S There is mu
Fine a tLadies', Miss
WNear. all of which at
Here you will always find t1
Boro. Gentlemen, don't fail I
'The assortment is undeniably f;
to the low water mark in price.
and ends in Winter Suits, at prii
cloth. Great many novelties in
IPROE YOUR PEI
Wait for my grand opening
bought already I will make you
that the tariff is a thing of the
An inspection of my stock ir
J. L. MIM
Q. D. WILLIFOI
Farmers Who Want to
"Live More at Home."
Have a good garden 1iy planting <
some of our
Beans, Beets, Cabbage,
Peas, Adams' Early Corn,
Country Gentleman Sugar Cane, etc.
Bliss' Triumph Irish Potatoes,
and Early Rose.
For Field Crop.
Cat- tail Millet, Kiiffir Corn,
Amber Sugar Cane,
Golden and White Dent Corn.
'Golden Denst and White Corn hard
ns .n 90 days after planting.
Cosal Tar for rubbing over corn.
For further information apply to
MMAS'E R & CO.
tUndr Winnsboro Hotel. -
W. 0. MeKEOWN & SONS,J
First Class Machine Tools
Dan lepair Engines, Boilers, Cotton
Gina, Threshers, Injectors, Safety1
Best Classes of Machinery for Sale
A Good Assortment of Machine Sup
plies kept in Stock for sale.
Write or call and see the as at their
(othern B. R.) Chester Co., S. C.A
This iwill appear again the first of
next month. -3-12-1y
The Gret Remed forh espeedyademnn
Ecema. atn and Spread n Sors Eruptions,
ho used atre rhmarvelous succes for 40yas
ad Its c ned us for lifteeneaor byd tu
It Is by far the eirp i an Blo
in blor andpossesses almost miraculous
gr WRITE FOR BOOK OF WONDERFUL -
CURES, sent free on application.
- If not kept by your local druggist, send $r.o
for a large bottle, or $5.00 for six bottles, and
medicine will be sent freight paid by
abein the standad rmedy fr tb b
an ,m entc re ofEeuma
en oo5' by tho'nd of Phyi 7
a re vegt'i ad bulsu rom the
botte forye dollars. Our 40pae Pam
phlet sent Free by Mail. Address.
Drang's Rheormatic Reined Cos
Da agsZc al r h eto1316 L StreetWasIllrigtOfl,t.Thyatihance ft ma.C.
them a household blessing.
pEICE 25 OTS. P33Z or 5 301ES :0 $1. p
JACOB'S PHARMAcY GO., T
I a hl'ale Agents, At'anita, G;a
Please Gall at the Corner'Store
We have some Winter Dress Goods, Clothing, Shoes, &c., which we wish
to exchange for a few
COME - AND - SEE - THE - GOODS.
That will give you a good stand in yourar'den and make 'fine vegetabler, will
arrive in a few days. -
ONION SETS NOW IN STORE.
SEED IRISH POTATOES NOW IN STORE.
We think we have the best Irish Potato that grows. We have tried them
ind have questioned many others who have alpo g-oyn them. The verdict is,
they are the best. Potato nearly round, skin red, meat white and cooks dry;
,arlier than the Early Rose; is more productive and keeps well. Try them
ind give us your opinion. Respectfully,
J. M. BE ATY & BRO.
One Ton Cotton Seed Meal
For 375 Lbs, Middling.Cotton, Payable in the Fall.
This is the offer we are now making, and we desire to call the attention of
armers to the cheapness of Cotton Seed Meal, at present as compared with
ommercial fertilizers. Taking the Clemson College valuation of ammonia
t 13c. and 15c. per lb., respectively, in cotton seed meal and in mixed
ertilizers, phosphoric acid at 5c. and potash at 5c. per lb., we have the fol
Cotton Seed Zeal-Analysis, 84 per cent ammonia, 2 per cent phos.
acid, 1j per cent potash. Commercial value at Charleston 1with
freight to Winnsboro...............................'... ......$29.20
Commercial Fertilizers-Analysis, 3 per cent ammonia, 8 per, cent phoe.
acid, 1j per cent potash. Value at Winnsboro... .............$21.40
The above shows a difference of $7.80 per ton in favor ot cotton seed
neal over high grade fertilizers, and yet we are selling colton seed meal-for
ess than yon can buy standard fertilizera.
3-7-1m FAIRFIELD OIL & VERTILIZER -CO.
Headquarters for Millinery.
TRIMMED-AND UNTRIMMED LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
Hats in all the latest shapes. A large stock of Ribbons, Fancy Feathers, Birds
md Tips. Fancy Pins, Buckles, Velvets, Silks, Crepes and other goods per
aining to this department. As .we have a large stock of these goods which
nust be sold in season, we have marked our prices on them -down. Now is
ror time.to come and buy at J. 0. BOAG'S.
>sStaple Dry Goods3
\Novelty an~d Solid Color Dress doods io6various
styles and material, with Trimmings foi- same.
Fancy Goods and Notions as low as the lowest.
0 Come and see for bargaine at
-J. 0, BOAGS.
hoes, Hats and other goods usually found in a general merchandise store to
b found at , . 0. BOAG'S.
Furniture, Sewing .Machines, Cookinig Stoves, Organs, Buggies, Surreys,
Road Carts, and One and Two-horse Wagons.. .
J. O. 33oagw
OUTHERN RAILWAY CO.
(EaSTEBN SY Windo
patrn Tim. at olumbia apd Pts. North.
Northbound. No 24No 3e NiO0NoS3
M'ch. 17. 1895. DailyCombinrngaNlyierils
v. JTacssonville...11.00 8 pj. ..... .....
.v. Sv nnah..... 3.05 10 ......so...,...
Kr. Columbia. 1.05 p8'47 ........
" Crlto.7..... ...... .......7..
"i Cohnstobs...1.1 10.... ....... ....<9
r. Aounbsta. .................2.0 44
~vColunbia...8.20 p5.09 a ~a 4A6p
"Winnsboro .....t 9.15p 6.07 a 0.0 a 6.01lp
"Oester....55 p 6.55 a 6. a 6.50 p
"Rock Hill...10.23 p1.~a1.4 a 7.28 p
kr Charlotte.. ....J.. . 8.151 a suy kepp
-Danvifle...... a 12 1.20.p 12.opr0nt u
4Richmond...8.00 a ~,~ ~ dt n e h et e
Balt or. .00 a 11.35 1~~i 8J a
"Philadelphia. ...I 1.15 PI3.00 a3.0 10.28 a ~~ O O E
-New York.. 3.A3 p 8.23 at 0 .53
So thbound. 1No 3h oSI.d'3 AND
.vNw York. 3. p 12.15nt 12.15n 'tpaslw scnbe ou hti
"Philadelphia.... 5.55 r 7.20 a7.20 a 6.55 p,
" Baltimore..... 6.37 9.42 a 9.4 a 9.20 p oubaad uut.Sv
~v.Wasington..10.05 11l.01 a 11.01 a' 10.43 p
~v.Ricmond....... 12.40 a 112.30 4.30i 12.40 a orepescags
" Winsboro. 0.3 11..1 : 11
r.Columb....- . a .0a .0 22 02
" Johnstons........0p _______________
" Trenton.............. 6~nj23
v.Columba. . 20..4...4.0p
r Charleston....... 1.0a . 84
~v.Coumba.....0.. 23.i' 1:1
r.Savanah....... 5~08a ~ 35
"Jaksovile... a71.05 p11~.06s.0
Nos.53 ad 105.Y ad Fl. S1.14 Lia 11. aOYR -
ted.Pullan 11.40n as 2.20 ~ ar.2 ad CA12.20N pATNTtFo
.......a d.a..o.e.t1.85i a,3.ite t
Lis-clss oac S.2 6 Astn . .c....nll 4.20 hyav adnslyfy en
Nos. 35 and 38 N.Y. a Fll. Thr ng im- h~tlf~A5O sao~eeh
t. ullman fe Sleepi car aindn crs,~a a-nd tkn MnR&C. eev
rs-lcoach S.Agsie Jacksonville-ade ok 10Pl. vcantcat dlAnwcu n
llan car Augusta new Yrotte. thsorlbruhtdi bPoehell-iih
No. B.I33 and 3 .3. Fand 38dMail. r~u cs o heIvnor hssledd~
nlon Station Columbia. but discharg and th
se passengers and baggage at Blandn SL ags o fayscet.cwnI h
taton. -ol.Saer apecuesn re
Bui.inA. TURK,5 S.aye. .8H.~
G P' A. WAsBXiGToNl.A uIlaeI losadb~a,,Onw
V. H. GRBEN. Chlapestn and Most Popudres
GMBSWA~flG~QI, MU for CzWos.1BoAW
ild of Spring.
p some very handsome new
ge Pearl Buttons to match.
:ilk Waisit Goods.
Muslins are very cheap and
bby line in this department.
ch to admire in my stock of
es' and Children's Slippers;
e the very best makes.
ie most complete line in the
:o. look at my line of Pants.
ascinating. They are down
I have a great many odds
ces less than the cost of the
Hats for spring wear.
in Glothing. If you have
sick. You must remember
icurs no. obligation to pur
D- - Manaer.
Finsboro Drug Store.
the best Chea -wel
tiful and erlatn
buye ale he beasei
pecwat t ebs.W
lthe best. Buyeap weelrs
nd rbe sfedao lsting.
Trle i you budo.es
YouNT wan FAIRFIELD. We
y W. . D GASHON Cs.POba.,ge
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hv the said administration should not
3:ven under my hand, this 27th day of
urh, Anno Dom ii 185.INTN
3.-28x2 Judge of Probate.
Burial Cases and Caskets.
TlE UNDERSIGNED has a full
rse of 'be latest designs in
BURIAL CASES A1JD CAMETS,
moderate prices. Orders filled1
omptly, night and day. at 'he old t
and. Thankfnl for past, patronage,
a~k for a share of it in future.
leure fuished a ben ordered.
16t1 .T. M. ELLIOTT, SR.