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Thursday. May 2. :15
Morris, the photographer.
-Don't forget Prof. F. C. Wood
ward's lecture next Tuesday night.
-Mrs. Cassels, wife of Mr. Jack
Cassels, is critically ill in the Halsell
-Mr. D. A. Crawford says he heard
there was a man drowned in Catawba
river this week, but he did not know
who it was.
-Warden Propst is having the en
gine house cleaned out. It will be
whitewashed inside-something it cer
Morris, the photographer, can rem
edy the defects of nature. Give him a
LosT.-An accident insurance policy
in the Atlanta Accident Association
for $1,000. Please return to this office.
CHAsG3 IN THE POLICE.-Tne Town
Council elected Mr. W. H. Ketchin to
bold the position formerly held by
Mr. R. N. McMaster.
Rheumatism, neuralgia, headache,
and-pains of every kind instantly re
lieved by Johnson's Magnetic Oil.
$1.00 size 50 cts.; 50 ct. size 25 cts.
Winnsboro Drug Store.
A-rznTToN, FIREMEN !-Attend reg
ular meeting of Winnsboro Steam Fire
Engine Company this (Thursday)
evening at 8 30 o'clock.
G. B. MCMASTER, Secretary.
KICKED BY A MUILE.-On Sunday
night, Mr. Sam Stone was kicked by a
mule and his nose was broken. Dr.
Coleman attended him and he is doing
MARRIED.-On Sunday, April 28, at
the Methodist Church in Monticello
Miss Lula Blair and Mr. Geo. De
Hines, both of this county. The cere
mony was performed by the iey.
M. W. Hook. No cards.
- -Shakespeare's truths are always in
date. You will hear nothing stale by
going to hear Prof. Woodward next
WoMAN's RIGHTs.-The woman's
suffrage campaign commenced in
Greenville on the night of the 30th of
April. Miss Yates, of Maine, Mrs.
Young, of South Carolina, Miss Lewis,
of North Carolina, Miss Clay, of Ken
tucky, and Mrs. Neblet, of South
Carolina, are the speakers. The day
for the address on that subject here
---wilbe May 10.
A SWINDLER IN GREENILL.-5. C.
Dickson, a prominent real estate dealer
in Greenville, has been arrested for
swindling the bank in Greenville.
He would make a factitious title i.o
himself of certain lands and record
them. Then he would put them up as
collateral and borrow money. He
worked his game for 20 years but is in
jail now. He has confessed his crime.
-Hennies makes a specialty of
children's pictures, and all work is the
THE LINE CKANGED.-The telephone
has not been working so well between
Rockton and Winnsboro on account of
the wires coming in contact with the
limbs of trees. The council gave the
telephone company permission to run
the line down Main street. it is sus
pended on cross wires at intervals of
100 yards and make our streets look
more city-like. The working is very
satisfactory n nw since the line was
moved out of the tr tes.
Messrs. J. J. Neil, W. D. Douglass,
J. G. McCants, C. M. Chandler, J. W.
Seigler, n. U. Simpson, and Dr. R B.
.Hanahan and Dr. J. R. McMaster
Fleave to-day to attend a Masonic meet
ing at Blackstock. The lodge there
will confer the first and third degrees
on some memberm. They go by private
On Monday eveing Dr. 1;harles
.Crosby, a sen of Mr. W. W. Crosby,
went out riding with Miss Sue Estes,
a daughter of Mr. L. A. C. Estes.
The next day (Tuesday) had been set
for their wedding day, but they disap
pointed a host of friends and relatives
by calling on Rev. B. P. Estes, a
brother of the bride, and having the
knot tied without any further pre
liminary. This is the best plan and
should be generally adopted.
We guarantee Johnson's Magnetic
Oil; it has no superior for all aches
and pains, internal or externtal, man
or beast. $1.00 size 50 cts.; 50 ct. size
25 cts. Winnsboro Drug Store.*
Phonets From Ridgeway.
MJiss Ruth Simpson will give an
empire duill on Friday night, May 3,
at the Ridgeway High School. The
admission will be ten cents. The pro
ceeds will be used in painting the
Presby tet ian Church. The ladies of
Ridgeway will serve ice cream on the
occasion, suid they hope to see a large
represenutation froum Winebora pres
ent oni that rLigh!.
Mr. Lemaster purchased a t~ale ol
cottonl in' Ridgeway on Wednasday
we ighi ng 490 poundL for the small
sumn of $3.
Mr. Jno. A. Desportes, Jr , is visit
ing~ at Cross Hill. Laurens county.
-I am coming to Winnsboro o1
the 9th of May to make Photographs
Get yourrself and the children ready t<
have your pictures taken.
.d. Ilnnies of Columbia, S. C.
Mrs. Davis is visiting her son, Mr.
A. E. Davis, at Monticello.
Mrs. John Lemimon retrned Monday
from a visit to Chester.
Miss Carrie Blain is visiting Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Barron have returned
Mr. C. A. Douglass, who is to make
an argument before Judge Goff in the
registration matter to-morrow, passed
through on his way to Columbia on
Wednesday. The argument will be
made to-day in Columbia. We sup
pose we will see how matters go con
cerning the disobedience of the injunc
tion by the State constables. The
main issue, of course, will not be set
tied by the present proceedings.
Do you want a photo of your chil
dren? Morris can please you. adv
Johnson's Tasteless Compound Cod
Liver Oil with hypophosphites gives
tone to the nerres; strengthenmg,
stimulating and producing healthy
flesh like magic. Winnsboro Drug
Phonets from Rockton.
Several days ago Mr. R. L. Blake,
the agent for the Southern Railway at
Rockton, left Rockton i" company
with Mr. E. C. Heins for Ridgeway,
both on wheels. Mr. Blake met with
an accident (to his wardrobe) at T. L.
Bulow's and had to walk the rest of
the way. He returned on the early
train, but passing his own station had
the pleasure of another walk back
Farmers can only work about three
days in the week.
The Winnsboro Gramte Company
has employed sixteen rock-ctters for
the year. Tney already have twelve
block-makers regulaily employed.
They are cutting the stone for the
Calhoun monument at Charleston.
E. G. Seruggs paid Rlockton a visit
-If you want to hear something of
the beauty and power of the English
language, go to hear Prof. Woodward
next Tuesday night.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
If General Coxey had to travel such
roads as we hear described by those
who come from Buckhead and other
sections, when he marched to Wash
ington, he would have never reached
there. Sheriff Ellison came into town
the other evening with mud prints on
his pants up above his ankles. He
evidently had to dismount. Hie was
traveling, he says, in close proximity
to a colored preacher, whose buggy
stuck fasti in a mud hole near the
three-mile post. He could not back
out and in trying to go round the
preacher his harness got wrong. Just
before this tbe preacher wasthe only one
in trouble, and the sheriff remarked to1
him that he (the preacher) was in a
terrible fix, to which remark the
preacher readily assented. But before1
the sheriff got ont of the mud hole his
trouble came and the preacher re
marked in a rather mischievous way,
"Now, you are in a terrible fix," to
which the sheriff readily assented.
The sheriff looked at the mud and felt
his pocktets; the thooght, mud or
money was uppermost in his mind.
He offered the preacher twent y-five
cents to hitch his trace, but he neither
wanted mud nor money then. Finally
the price was raised to fifty cente. The
preacher looked at his good clothes
and shook his head. The sheriff had
to take the mud, and brought lots of it
with him to town.
Mr. W. B. Estes also told us that he
had the same thing to occur to him on
WWednesday-- one party had to get out
and the mud nearly knee deep.
Surely one mud hole can be fixed,
even if it is bad weather and crop
time. We have been asked by several
men to note this place. The County
Supervisor will please take care that
tbe place is fixed. It is a shame that
so many complaints come in about one
p lace. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Pimples, blackheads, moles, frckileg,
tan and suoburn removed by John
son's Oriental Soap. Medicina'.
Winsboro Drug Store. *
Climbing the Ladder of Fame.
Dr. H. B. McMaster, of our city
was elected to fill a vacancy on the
board of censors of the State Medical
Association during their meeting in
Savannah last week. The Medical
Association of Georgia would have
had to go a long ways through the
state to have found a better and abler
member of the medical fraternity than
this one. Dr. McMaster has given
study, induttry and great energy im
acquiring a knowledge of his pro
fession. Coupled with his ability he
has made as much progress as any
man in it, and as he is devoted to the
sience of Medicine he will continue
to go on to the topmost round of the
ladder.-True Cit izen.
The above remarks are taken from
the True Citzze', of Waynesboro Ga.
We arc glad to note the progress and
sccess of Dr. McMaster and h'pe
tht he will reach the topmost round
of the ladder in his chosen professi -ni
TE Nws AND HERALD'S best widhies
attend our friend and former class
A Household Treasure.
. W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N. E.,
ytlt l e always keeps Dr. King's New
Dscovery in the house and .his fatmily hasl
alays flund the very bzest results fo:!ow
its use that he would not be without it i
pcurable. G A. Dykeman, Druggrist,
Ctskill, N. Y., says that Dr. King's New
Dicovery is undoubtedly the best Couah
re.edy:'that he has use'd it in his famoily
for ight years, and It eas never f ile I to
do all that is claianed for it. Why not try
a amedy so long tried and tested. Trial
bottle free at 31c.\aster & Co.'s Drug Store.
I Reglar rze 5')c. and S1 00 *
Married at the residence of the
bride's sister, Mrs. Jas. B. Frazier,
on Tuesday evening, April 23, 1895,
Mr. J. W. Rise: and Miss Sallie
Willingbam, Rev. G. T. Bourne officia
ting. At 8.30 o'clock the bridal party
tered the parlor in the following
>rder: Mr. John C. Aull with Miss
,iattie Blair; Mr. Lon Blair with .\iss
Eva Riser; Mr. Albert F. Riser with
liss Willie Counts; Mr. David A
ivingston with Miss Addie Blair;
Miiss Daisy Willingham, maid of
ionor. Then came the bride leanimg
n the arm of the handsome groom.
The bride wore a lovely henrietta,
ribbons and rare old lace trimmings
nd natural flowers. Bridesmaids and
said of honor were attired in white;
the gentlemen in evening dress.
At ten o'clock the guests were in
vited to the dining-room where the
~nost fastidions could be served with
lelicious creams, cakes, &c., to say
nothing of the substantials. The
presents were many, all of which were
ise fal and very pretty.
The happy couple left the next day
for their home in Union, S. C. Tnie
bride is one of Blair's most accom
plished young ladies; the groom a
prosperous young man of Union.
Our best wishes go with them. May
they have just enough shadows to
make the sunshine brighter.
-Don't forget the ladies' issue of
he State May the 10th. The price is
Len ecnts. Subscriptions may be left
t 'T:: NEwS AND HERALD office. ]
rhe t ntire paper will be gotten up by
the ladies of South Carolina and the
fund raised will be used by the hospi
al association of Columbia. It's a
worthy cause. Help it.
ITEMS FROM NELSON.
NELSON, S. C., May lst.-Mr. Frank
Brown has measles in his family. No
erious cases as yet..
Some of our colored friends look on
he telephone with susperstitious awe.
We are having too much wet and
ool weather for the farmers, who are
iot done planting.
There is quite a trade in fish-hooks
tnd eggs at Simpson's, owing to the
The new telephone line will prove
tuite a convenience to Simpsons and
he community in general.
hildren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
BLACKSTOCK, S. C., May 1.-Plenty
)f rain the last few days, and a little
oo much for the chronic grumbler,
rho wants the weather made to order.
Where cotton was planted it is com
ng up nicely, and while farmers are
omewhat behind with their planting,
till there is plenty of time yet to get
~nough and more than enough cotton
Gardeners are complaining of cut
worms and potato bugs deutroying
heir gardens, and some of them are
~reparig to use Paris green to destroy4
he potato bugs; but it is said that
iothing except a bludgeon in the
iands at an angry gardener will stop
he ravages of the cut worm.
Mr. Sam Y. Mills left yesterday for
aifornia where he will mike his
A. G. Brice, Esq., ot Chester, was
n town Monday on business.
The friends of Mrs. W. W. Brice
ill be glad to learn that the severe
trgical operation performed on her in
Jester a few weeks ago was entirely
auccessful, and her recovery is now
Lssured. She i. expected home in a
The young people are making exten-1
ive preparations to attend the picnic
Lt Ctaw ba Falls next Saturday.
Mr. J. M. Bain, who is famous for
s fine strawbe ries, says his crop now
ss very promising, and by this weck
ill be ready to commence shippmng.
Tle house-keepers wants to know
what's the matter with beef? It is.
sard to get, hard to eat, and hard to
ay for. Rt. E. ii.
Catarrh Cannot be Cure:.
with LOCAL APPLICATIONs, as they can
sot reach the seat of the dlisease. Ca
arrh is a blood or constitutional dis
ase, and in order to cure it you must
ke internal remedies. I Iall's Catarrh
ar i taken internally, ar~ acts di
cctiv on the blood an.i mucous stur- I
a e-. 11.1i's Catarrh Cure is no: ai
mack medicine. It was prescribed by i
ne o the best physicians in this con-<
r ft> veis and is a regular prescrip
i .ift i composed of the best Tonies 1
:no,l1 :ombind with the best blood
mrifier, acting directly on riie mfuZous 5
urtacs. The perfet conmb~mationl ofi
h two iugredients is wha products I
uuh -> nderfu i results in curiing Ca
tarrh. Sen:d fo.r testimonials, free. 1
F. J. CHENTr & Co., Toledo, 0
trSold by Druggists, price 75c. *
THE BEsT WA.. .~ m us
3aises, sores, Ulcet:. .a~i : a ium. Fever
3) -.ter,Che pide lan ia, Clin'ulains
-nil skin n>uptiOns, and posi,
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria,
wuen 3by was sich. we icvohr CA. .or-a.
whTen she was a Child, she eried for Ccitoria
whe she became Eiks, she clung to C'aiztoria,
whe she had Children, she gave thema Custoria.
a. -1 Q U T T ! U . UMC. DS
I am now showing a great variet
f fancy Dress Goods and Silk Wai
olored dotted Swiss. A handsome
ateen;, Ginghams, Outings, Chamb:
oes, white and black Lawns, white,,
inen Sheeting, Table Damask, Scrit
roweling, Table Napkins and DoN
Spenial bargains in Hosiery this seaso
Some people have queer notions. ba
ody. Fix your aittention on this, yo
nd' Summer Neckwear. My stock c
ing nice in a Linen Wash Tie.
Low-cut and Half Low-cut Shoes.
bildren's Slippers ever seen in this t
When you want a Trunk, Valise, o1
You can afford to dress yourself al
rices are low indeed. My variety is
ne assortment of Boys' Knee Pants.
In quality I am on top. In price I
Goods exchanged or money refunde
J. L. MDI
REWARD will be paid fo
4 the capture and delivery, t
he Sheriff, of Reuben Perry, conviel
ho escaped from the chain gang o
B. G. TENNANT,
4-9-txlm Coznty Supervisor.
Hot House Plants.
I HAVE a choice collection of hc
. house plants for sale. Also fift:
lect varieties of Chrysanthemuim
'wenty plants for $1.00
Patronize home enterprize.
-4-23-tf MRS. J. A. IIINNANT.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
' CHARLEsTON COUNTY.
IN T HE COMMON PLEAS.
on S. Hloribeck against Elias I]
Cain et al.
ND)ER and by virtue of Decree c
Sale herein filed July 7, 18'94
Lud of -Decretal Order amendator:
hereof, filed March 23, 1895, I wij
ffer for sale by public auction at tb
2ounty Court House, for the Count;
f Fairfield, at Winiosboro, Sout
~arolina, on Monday the 6th day c
av, A. D. 1895, at 11 o'clock A. M.
All that plantation or tract of lans
ituated in Fairfield Conty, in th
state of South Carolina, being a par
)f the land known as the Institutio
ract, cntaining On'e Hundred an
~eventy-hree and One-half Acres, an
ounding north on land of Jame
stuart, east on land now or late c
. M. Cartledge, south oc lands c
fames Copes, and west on land knowl
Ls the Nelson tract, provided the
herefrom is excepted and reserve,
ne acre of land on which the Fairfiell
hburch stands with the right of wa
.8 the spring, called the Church Spring
Also all that cther tract of land
itued in Fairfield County aforesaid
eing part of the tract of land forzr
rly known as the Nelsin tract, cor
aining One Hundred and Sevent
Lnd One-half Acres, and boundin
orth on lands now or late of Joh
Brce, east on lands now or late know
s the Institution tract, south on land
ow or late of' James' Copes, and wet
an lands now or late of Mrs. Young.
Also all that other tract of land
ituated in Fairfield County aforesaid
eing part of the lands known as th
-- tract, containing Fifty-eight Acret
nd bounding north on lands now o
ate of Mrs. Sarah McCants and partl
)n lands now or late of Wmn. Olnsey
outh on lands now or late of A. Ni
Jartledge, and west on lands now o
ae C~f A M1. C'artledge.
The above will be sold together a
TERMS OF SALE
One-third of the purchase money t
ec paid in cash, the balance to be phi
ii two equal successive annual insta)
nents from the day of rale with inter
st thereon, payable semni-annuall:
-o the said d'ay of sale, the credi
)rtiol of the purchaec money to b
cure I by the band or bonds 01 th
urchsr or purebasers, to be give:
n such sum or sunms as the Maste
nay require for the purposes of divi
ion among the parties hereto, sail
monds to he seculredl by mortgage o
i.e preies so'd, the buildings o:
aid premzis'es to be0 insured and th
)oles assignted. The3 purchaser o
inrcha-ers to pay all taxes payabl
Lfer the date of sale and the Maste
or p:ers, and to have the option c
avi'g al] cash.
G. II. SASS.
41*a nd Master.
\There were 3,134,934 Packages of
~HES, RoOTBEER sold in 1894,
'which made 15,675,735 gallons,
or 313,494,700 glasses, suffi
cient to give every man, wo
man and child in the UnitedI
States, five glasses each-did j
you get yourshare? Be sure
and get some this year.
A 25 cent poke m s5 ga2ons.
eH- rKAS. CO., Phita.
ith a Jump.
r of black Dress Geods; alo -a nice line
st Goods. Something new in white and
lot of Percals, Cotton and Linen Duck,
avs, Shirting, Scherioth, Challies, Cali
nd black checked Nainsooks, cotton and
ns, Cretons, white Quilts, Towels and
lies. A big line of new Dress Linings.
t I have Notions to please any and every
ing men: A complete new line of Spring
f Neglige Shirts are beautiful. Some
The largest stock of ladies', misses' and
Satchel, I can please you.
id boys in the latest style now as my
too large to specify all the styles. A
im at the bottom.
- - Mager.
PAAS EGG DYES,
Choice Messina Lemons.
t Swinborn's and other Gela
A nice line of Essences,
Another supply of
A supply of
Hickory King Corn
f just received.
Also on hand a supply of
SGolden and White Dent,
and a variety of Field and
McMASTER & CO.
IUnder Winnsboro Hotel.
t AND SALE SABLES.
I STILL H AVE ON HAND
A FEW GOOD MARES.
A FEW BUGGIES.
A FEW SECOND-HAND WAGONS.
A FEW MILCHI COWS,
I will sell cheap for cash or exchange
t them for dry cattle.
Winnsboro, S. C.
iSire i h- lI~lported Washington Par
rot ( a i cost owner $2,000), 141
ha~ nigh,jet black with white points,
sty lish, smooth, and proportionately
made, will serve a limited number of
mares at my place-"Fairfield .Stock
TERMS :S10 00 to insure (with foal
7 .00season1 without insurance
5 00 sigesrvcpy
able in advance.
I XW. D. DAVIS,
3-16 Monticello, S. C.
DR. DAVID AIKEN,
Ofie: No, 9 Washington Street, 3 Doors
West of Postoffice.
iirn Ridgeway. S C., every Wedines
jLeveling, Drawing, Etc.,
Apl oT. M.BOULWAR E,
~-_txm. W ood yeard S. G.
Please Gall at the Corner Store;
We have some Winter Dress Goods, Clotbing, Shoes, &c., which we wish
to exchange for a few
COME - AND - SEE - THE- GOODS.
That will give you a good stand in your garden and make fine vegetables, 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
and have questioned many others who have also grown them. The verdict ist
they are the best. Potato nearly round, skin red, meat white and.cooks dry;
earlier than the Early Rose; is more productive and keeps well. Try them
and give us your opinion. Respectfully,
J. M. BEATY &-BRO.
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
and Tips. Fancy Pins, Buckles, Velvets, Silks, Crepes and other goods per
taining to this department. As-we have a large stock of these, goods'which
must be sold in season, we have marked our prices on them down.. Now is
your time to come and buy at J. O.30AG'S.
>sStaple Dry Goods3,
Novelty and Solid Color Dress Goods of varius
styles and material, with Trimtaiii'ge for sam=.'
Fancy Goods and Notions as low as the lowest.
0 Come and see for bargains at
-J. O, BOAG'S.
Shoes, Hats and other goods usually found in a general merchandise store to
e found at . J,. 0. BOAG'S.
Furniture, Sewing Machines, Cooking Stoves, Organs, Buggies, Surreys,
[oad Carts, and One and Two-horse Wagons.
3. O. Bag.
BO0UTHERN RAILWAY COe
(EASTEEN SYSTEMhL -Mad o
HE ADQUA.RTERS FOB
astern Time at Columibla and Pts. North. l~ -io~ rcs
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