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Thursday, June 'o. . iM5 it
Fresh Goods-Mrs. F. M. Hlabenicht. to
Final Discharge-A. G. Brice, Ex Ti
SOCal i'i t St.
-The plum crop is very abundant
-There are eleven convicts on the
chain gang now. - 14
-Some farmers near Monticello N
were replanting cotton last week. gI
-Dr. R. C. Arnett, of Monticello, hi
has about finished planting his cotton sc
-The Baptist Church is being of
painted and repaired. When firished th
it will present a handsome appearance. F1
-The school house near Lebanon tr
Church is a very neat building. It is In
a new striicture and a credit to the sc
-The many friends of Mrs. J. S ce
Gladney will be pleased to learn that h(
she has entirely recovered from her A
recent dangerous illness and is now is
able to be out again.-Lancaster Re- P
-The farmers of our county almost M
invariably assert that the railroads
will haul less corn and bacon to this
county in 1896 than ever before. Sev
eral have expressed this to our re
porter. We believe it from the looks m
of the corn crop in the county, and we st
hope to see the prediction proven true. cB
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. s
PLAY BALL -What is the matter co
with our boys? The summer is on us bo
and no bise ball ict. Get up your an
club, boys, Monticello wants to prac- a
tice some. gil
MAseNIC MEETING.-An extra con
muniation of Winnsboro Lodge No.
11, A. F. M., will be held this (Thn--s
lay) evening et 8.30 o'clock. The
E. A. Degree will be conterred. By
order of the W. M. ne
NEw UNIFoRMS.-The mnembers ot fo
the strain fire company are having be
their measures taken for the new uni- ret
forms. In a short while we may ex- hit
pect to see a "fiery" looking body of an
men on drezs parade.
UNCLAIMED LETTEIs.-The follow
ing is a list of unclaimed letters in the wi
postoffice here: no
Miss James Chatman, Mr. Rebker his
ekson, Mrs. Jno. Marcus, Mr. N. D. wl
Persons calling for the above named
letters will please state they are ad- pr<
IN CAM.-The quarters of the chain esi
ang look very much lhke a military cit
p. There are three tents, a large pri
ud two small ones. Mr. 13ank- in<
Ioccupies one and Ihe guards oc- in
py one time aboat. The convicts t
cccunpv the large tent. Mr. Johnston an
and Mr. Fry guard time about. night tra
and dsy. They are doing good work sic
and "the harvest is ripe." Let the all
good work go on. w
PR ETTY GoOD.-M r. D. E. McDowell o
vouches for the following report of a titi
big hlf-day's work: Ue says he saw
a mian who was plogghing corn, drop
ping peas and thinning out corn at the
same time. lHe says this man had
0:wi over five acres before 12 o'clock bo
at d did not start to work at it until Mt
neanrly seven, that he cut oata up to Di
that tin..e. We left before Mr. Mc- cla
Dowr b got through for we feared that ho
we Would hear of a hundred rails being ret
split in the same thne.
Mr. RI. N. McMaster has gone to cet
Early Branch Ott a visit to his brothber- Co
in-law, Ge n. St okes.fo
Mr. Chatrles A. S:erenson went to Hi
Columbia ont Tuesday to vi-it the en- ret
camtpment of the cadets.
Mr. A. E. Gerig ara ived from Flori.. cid
da Wednesday aftertto n on a visit to st
h's pat ent s. Ur
Mr. E. B. Itaasda'.e has beeni at to
Bllair's for several days looking after anu
the qua'ry Mes-rs. Ragsdale & Rags.
,dlale are op rat ing there. cot
2!rs. Enee Pt ~sey, rif Columbia, no
is. visiting her mother, Mrh. Comt:or. shi
Mrs. l'or er hte returntc# fromn a visit ho
amtongst Itientds :.d relaiiei c near a I
Mrs. D. E. McDonell learcs h.-day wc
to spend aw bile with her mother, Mrs. it.
Ya: borough, at Jenkinsville. liat
Judge 0. W. Buchanan is holding OP
Court at Cbarleston ihis week. is,
Misses Kittie and Matmie M-sy Rob. Wi
inson, of Yor k counuty, are visiting Ofl
Iteir sis:er, Mr,. Q. D). Wilhford.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. ju~
PHIONETS FROM RIOCKTON.
The rair< ad scales at ltockton were
conmsumed by fire on Saturday night- Dr
Tlhev took fire from some coals which .Col
were dumnj.- d fr,,m an engine. er
The phone at our sister stationt, Sit
simrpsont's was badly damaged by
ligh enting on Sa urday night. A e .w fnt
u' as killt d by l ighteing Otn the samte to
r'ght very naear th .tjpace- t
Au tnee. by;
Th~ose who have usedi Dr. Kinau's N.-w
D);c..very know its value, and thoste who
have niot, hi ye now tlhe oppo.rtunity to try:
it F.ee.' Cail on the advertised Druggist be
and iet a Trial 1Bottt , Free Sen lour ot
namne and atdres% to HI. E. Bueglen et Co., ii
r icago, and .get a sample box of Dr. ch
lui g' New Life~ Pills Fiee, as welt as a e
compy of Guide to Health and Housoliold fo
l-utructor, kFree. A.i1 of which is guaramn- t
1.:d to do you p od anid Cost you nothing .g
at McMaster & Co 's Drug Store. * r
.Sr.en~em eT SWST 2TMd 1 AATib S.7I -.a/ a
PHONETS FROM IDGEWAY.
Miss Irene Settle, who has been vis
ng Mrs. C. P. Wray, ret'r;as to-dai
her home in Shelby, N. C.
Mr. J. N. Lematter, who buys cot
ti here in the fall, was in town i
Crops are looking line in this see
)m. The corn crop is exceptionall
(hanges in the Colored Schools.
The trustees of School District No
have elected Prof. W. B. Nance, o:
wberry, principal of the coloret
aded school here. Ile comes ver'
ghly recommended. W G. Etner
n and M. E. llendersen wer
cted assistants. The colored school!
the town have been consolidated b]
e trustees. Heretofore Miss Juli
-ipp tauaht a calored school, but tb
astees concluded that there was not :
fficient number of pupils for tw<
hool] so they consolidated them.
rol. C. G. Garrett, who has suc
ssfully managed the graded schoo
re, has been elected a professor a
lien University at Columbia. Thi
why the vacancy was caused whici
-of. Nance will fill.
adache stopped in 20 minutes by Dr
es' Pa Pnzs. "Once cent a dose."
A MURDER, SO SAID.
On Mr. W. J. Martin's place, nea
Dnticello, there has been a horribl
rder, so we are informed. It i
ted that a small negro child was
oked to death by another child,
it there is a suspicion that the child
spected of the murder is not the
:r in the crime. Some of the
lred children who did suspect this
y hung him by the neck in the well
d burnt his body in order to extort
confession. Tcis was done by a
-1 thirteen years old. Tle child is
dently dead; s)mebody killed it so
are informed, but the little fellow
to was subjected to this torture is
ly three or four years old. The
tter needs a thorough investigation.
e girl who :ung that child by the
-k should be sent to the penetentiary
- such cruelty. We do not mean to
officious, but if the matter has not
zched Trial Jistice Blair we ask
a, for humanity's sakc, to investigate
j make us a full report.
rhe friends of Capt. Edward Means
11 read with plea;ure the following
ioe of the business establishment of
only son, John Coaltor Means,
ich we clip from the Natchey Daily
as an evidence of the substanltial
gress of our city, in spite of the
~vailing financial and business de
ssion, we call attention to the drug
ablishment of our honored fellow
izen, J. C. Means.
'he business there has grownr in
portion and kept pace with the
reasing popularity and high esteem
which Mr. Means is held by all who
ow him, and it is indeed gratifying
note the p. ogress of this energetic
capable business man. Thloroughly
ned in the pharmaceutical profes
n, careful, painstaking, possessinig
the requirements necessary to the
cessful business man, and carrying
th him the respect and confidence
our people, we have every reason
believe that his business will con
e to grow and expand.
IT CONTAINED AL COHOL.
Some time ago a coiistable at Winns
ro went into the grocery store of
's. F. W. Habenicht and seized some
.er, which was sent to the State
pensary in Columbia. It was
imed that the cider was non-alco
lie and application was made for its
urn, which was refused. The stuff
the well known Sparkling Gold
set pider, made by Mott. The
pment was relerred to the State
mist, Prof. Burney, who analyzed
md found that it contained 4 3 per
it. of alcohol. Upon this ieport
rmissioner Miuon :wrote wrote the
owing letterto Mr. Preston Rion
Wiisboro, who, on behalf of Mrs.
benicht, made a demand for its
'I herewith send you analysis of
er. You will see that it is not only
ngly alcoholic, but contains as
tch as any lager beer on the market.
der these circumstances I am t-orced
retain this as forfeited to the State
ask you to discontinue its sale."
d., Rion had no idea thit this cider
tained alcohol, in fact hie ord~e ed
talcolic cider anid as such it was
ppi d to him. lie has wri~ten the
ise from which he ordered it giving
11 statement. No one who know s
.on thinks for a moment that he
uld handle such goods if he knew
This was the first case of c'der he
ordered and had never been
ed until it was seized. The fact
th it Mr. Rion, confident that there
's no alcohol in the c'der, insisted
the constable examining the case.
og as the~ ma'ter is again before
public we make this statemenit 'in
ice to Mr. Rlion who is the manager
M-s. llabenichts business.
send y ur addres. to H. E. Buck'en &
.; Chi -ago, arnd get a free samhl box (of
Kings New Life Pills. A t iarl will
~ivice you of their merits The-e pills
eay in action and are partienilarly
ctve ini the (nure of I onstipation' and
k eadache. For Malaria and L'v.-r
ubles they have been prove~d inv'alua
.They are guaranteed to be~n pevitey
e from every dleterious s-:bsta nee and
he purelv velt.-t a bI- I hey nio not weak
by their retion, but by giving time to
iab -eind bowels greatly imvigo:amt t le
tem. Regular s-ze 25c. per box, Sold
e~haster & Co., Druggists *
For Over Fifty Years
1H W1,~sLOW's SoOTHlING SYiut y has
eI used for over liity years by mililions
m iotherni for the~ir children whi1le teeth
, with peir feet suecess. It soothes the
id, softens the zzumns, allay-s al pain,
e ind.II( colic. anad is the ,est remnedy~
Dirrhea.i It will relie-ve the poor lit
sulTererin umediatei:. -Sold by Drug
i 'a.~ Win's %)thi.IZ Syrup."' and
. ~e lm smi 5- 'ttx1e
IN TlE INTEREST OF COMMON
WX'e publish h-low a notice' from Mr.
Thos. W. Keitt, the president of the
department of school co:nimissioners in
the State. The objcct is a grand one
and the results are boun.1 to be bene
ficial. Mr. K<itt is the right man to
successfully perfcet sac'i an organizt
tion. The program is one that will be
productive of great enlightenment as
may be seen by perusing it. We are
heartily in sympathy with .lr. Keitt
in his advancement of common schools.
The letter is addressed to the School
Commissioner of our county and at
his request we cheerfully publish i:
My Dear Sir: At the last meeting of
5 the ' State Teachers' Association in
Spartanburg, a department of school
commissiotiers was organized. Its
objects are to bring the school commis
sioners of the State into closer touch;
to discuss such subjects as pertain to
> the interests of common school educa
tion; to work in harmony with the
State Superintendent of Education in
bringing about such changes as are
needful, and to arouse the country
teachers to a professional interest in
Our first mnceting was a success, and
we hope and expect t.o have a full meet
ing this year. Let me urge you to be
present, and beg of yon that you i
duce as many teachers as you can to be
present also. From unavoidable delay
the inogram was sent in too late to be
put 4 1 the regular prougram of the
ASsoI Muln. I append it hereto. The
ubj . are of greit interest to school
inen; --t no v, and more especially to
sch >'n commissi3ners. Your position
as school commissioner makes you a
leader of educational thought in your
county. You will find many valuable
suggestions thrown out at Spartan
btrg. The following is the program:
Tuesday, July 2, 4 p. m.-Call to
order by president. Roll call and
reading minutes of last meeting.
4 20-4 35-Shall our counties be
divided into smaller school diri-ricts?
Should area or community associaticns
govern such division? F. W. liig ins.
4.55-5.10 -Shall the two-mill consti
tutional tax be eliminated from the
State Constitution? Prof. F. hiorton
5.30-6.00 -Miscellaneous bu-iness.
The subjects are of greit importance
to the public schools, and our meeting
may help you to solve vexed problems.
Please hand a copy of this to your
Loninty paper and reqnest its publica
tion. I wish the program to be widely
Believing tiat you interest iin your
school work will insure your presence
at Spartanburg from June '0 to July 4,
and awaiting an carly and favorable
reply, I am, yours truly,
TrOS. W. KEITT,
Prei. D)ept. S. C.s.
. Newberry, June 8, 1E95.
nemlen's Arnina 'i a.
Ta Bes'r SALys~ 0 LIw .rildi bor Cue,
C 't.* , an-I all1 $kiu: Erupidoz~s, an.t p- is.,
tiveiv -:ares- Piles, or no pay regired 1'
sgdirante'sd to give perfect ~..isfac?~on,
atr mnir.y refunde-d. Price k3 ':anpe
a.'r sale by ~' -wer & Ce
Eirds and the Farmer.
Dr. C. LHart Merriam, chief of the
divi-on of ornithology of the Agri
cultvral Degartment, has just made a
report on the results of his examina
tion of tie contents of the stomachs of
hawks, owls, crows, blackbirds, and
other Nomrth Amemricani birds that are
supposed to he the enemies of farmers.
He shows that the popular notions
about hawks and birks, for the slaugh
of which many States gave bounties,
are altoge'her err'oneous. Ninety-five
per cent of their food was found to be
field mice, grasshoppers, crickets, etc.,
which were inin imel y more i njutriouis
to farm crops than thbey. The charge
against crows is that they eat corn
and destm'oy eggs, poultry, and wild
birds. Examination shows that they
eat noxious insects and destructive
animals, and that although 25 per
cent of their food is corn, it is mostly
waste corn picked up in the fall anad
winter. With regard to eggs, it was
found that the shells were eaten to a
very limited e.xtent for the lime.
Crows eat also ants, beetles, cater
pillars, bugs, flies, grubs, etc., which
do much damage. The- cuckoos are
also found to be very useful birds.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine.
Prolonged derangement of the nervous
system not only affects the brain and men
tal powers, but develops disease In somc of
the vital organs. The most dangerous of
these indirect results Is when the heart is
affcted. This was the case of the Rev. N.
F. Surface, 'Fawn River, Mlch., who wites
under date'of Feb. 14, 1895:
"Fourteen years ago I had a slight stroke of
pr lysis. Overwork brought on nervous
prostraion. I was exceedingly nervous and
the exertion of public speaking caused
heart palpitation tliat thre'atened my life.
I used two bottles of Dr. Miles' New Ihcart
Cure for my heart trouble, and two of Dr.
Miles' Restorative Nervine for my nervous
ness and feel bcttcr than I ever expected to
feel again. I can speak for hours without
tiring or having my heart flutter as it for
merly did, and I have you to thank that I
am alive today."
On sale by all druggists. Dr. Miles' Book
n Ihcart and Nervous Disorders FREE by
aaai. D)r. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
D~r. Eles' Remedies Restore Riealth.
I am now showing a great variet
of ,tancy Dress Goods and Silk Wai
colored dotted Swiss. A handsome
Sateens, Ginghams, Outings, Chambi
coes, white and black Lawns, white 2
linen Sheeting, Table Damask, Scrir
Toweling, Table Napkins and Doy
Speeial bargains in Hosiery this seaso
SoThe people have queer notions. bu
body. Fix your attention on this, yoi
and Summer Neckwear. My stock o
thing nice in a Linen Wash Tie.
Low-cut and Half Low-cut Shoes.
children's Slippers ever seen in this t<
When you want a Trunk, Valise, or
You can afford to dress yourself atl
prices are low indeed. My variety is
fine assortment of Boys' Knee Pants.
In quality I am on top. In price I s
Goods exchanged or money refunde<
J. L. MB
Q. D. WILLIF0
.Milcs' Pain Pills ;top Hieadache.
When Bsby was sick, we gave her CMoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla.
When she had Chvdren, she gave them Castor,
T WILL apply to S. R. Johnston, Judge
of Probate for Fairfield County, on
Saturday, the 20th day of July. 1895, for a
final discharge as Executor of the estate
of John A. Brice, deceased.
A. G. BRICE,
W E ARE AGAIN PREPARED TC
negotiate long tinie loans on farm
noi tgages. Address
'J. E. McDoNA LD,
W. D. DOUGLAss, or
J. Q. DAVIs,
6 6tf Winnoro, s. C.
A YOUNG LADY OF EXrERIE~oE
ith best of references desires a situation
s teacher of intermediate or primaty
lasses in a graded or hig'i school, or
would like to secure a good coutry school
unning seven or eight months.
SUMMER SCHOOL TEAUCER,
Care News and Hiera'd, Winnsboro, s. C.
rUERE will be an election held in the
i Town Hall of .Winnsboro, S. C., on
he 16th of July next, between the hours
f 9 A. M. and 4 P. M., to determine
hether or not an additional tax of two
ills on the dollar be levied upon all taxa
be property in said town for the use of
t. Zion school fund.
B y order of Council:
J. A. HTINNANT.
Bananas, Lemons, Grated and
Sliced Pine Apple.
Royal, Sanero and Good Luck
French, Mustard and Nickel
~how Chow and Cucumber
lives and French Mustard.
orcestershire and Tomato
Dwight's and Church & Co.'s
White C and Powdered
Parlor and Safety Matches.
Milk, Lunch and Soda Bis
Nicknacks and Lemon Cakes.
Cream City Hams.
itron, Currents and Raisins.
Sewing Machine Oil.
To arrive this week-Spiced
Vinegar for swveet pickle and
Mason's Porcelain-lined Fruit
Jars, and Cream Paste for pol
ishing tanned shoes.
FINEST L HAKES
FINEST ILK HAKES
in town. Ladies wvill please
ome anel try them.
ith a Jump.
y of black Dress Goods; also a nice line
st Goods. Something new in white and
lot of Pereals, Cotton and Linen Duck,
rays, Shirting, Scherioth, Challies, Cali
,d 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.
d boys in the latest style now as my
too large to specify all the styles. A
im at the bottom.
I, - - Manager.
A LL persons having claims against
Mrs. Sarah H. McCants, deceased,
are hereby notified to present the same
to the undersigned, duly attested, within
I sixty days from this date, and persons
indebted to said deceased must make pay.
ment to me.
R. -. JENNINGS,
Cleacs=bandtfles thech=1 .
Promtesa a luxuriant growth
-ever Fails to Restore GyI
Cure'calgep diseaes & hair falng
I I G Parkera Gi oDniC. it cures the worst Cough,
Weak Luums Debility, Indigestion, Pain,Take in time.50cma
Pa? E.RCORNS.. The on-lv sure eefor corns
con s Ia= " iazS Dragist', or JnTSCQX a CO., N. Y.
yim in this ?IRES' 5
ROOTBEER. There's lots
' SIRES'of pleasure and good i
H helinit. too. A de- !
E R00T S llicious drink, a temper-Hi
ance drink, a home-S
made drink, a drink 5
s ~ that delights the old j
= and young. Be sure i
- and get the genuine
SA 25 cent package makes 5gallons. sold everywhere.
WV. 0. MIcKEOWN & SONS,
First Class Machine Tools
Can repair Engines, Boilers, Cotton
Gins Threshers, Injectors, Safety
EBest Classes of Machinery for Sale
A Good Assortment of Machine Sup
plies kept in Stock for sale.
Write or call and see the n at their
(Southern B. Rl.) Chester Co., S. C.
This wtill appear again the first o.
next month. 3-12-1y
Are you taking Snfimons LIVEE REG
ULATOR, the "KING OF LIVER M1EDI
CINES?" That is what our readers
want, and nothing but that. It is the
same old friend to which the old folks
pinned their faith and were never dis
appointed. But another good recom
mendation for it is, that it is DETTER
THAi PILLs, never gripes, never weak
ens, but works in such an easy and
natural way, just like nature itself, that
relief comes quick and sure, and one
feels new all over. It never fails.
Everybody needs take a liver remedy,
and everyone should take only Sim
mons Liver- Regulator.
Be sure you get it. The Red Z
is on the wrapper. J. H. Zeilin &
I wAysr every man and woman in the United
States interested in the Opium and Whisky
habits to have one of my books on these dis
eases. Address B. M. Woolley, Atlanta, Ga.
B-oxo 8 an n wil be sent yon free.
Another lot of white, blaci
Also a nice line of fancy Din
a beautiful and cool waist for
Wool Dress Good stock i
A new lot of Zeigler Bros
also low price and medium 0.
lot of Gents' Oxford Ties, B]
Leather, which we are offerin
Fresh Flour, Meal, Molas
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Spices,
Soap, Starch, Soda, Grackers,
Triumph New Irish Potatoi
Call on us. Respectfully,
J. M. BEA
SOUTHERN RAILWAY Co.
-e a lmW and Pt&
Northbound. No 38 No 10 No a$
May _ ;, 1095, Daily Daily Daily
a. 1........... 1 0 P ....... 1.80 a
...... ....... 24 a ... 3.45 p
VT. -6D ....... ....... ...... 1.8 1.40
4G. tolle............ 11.15 2.10 p
" ra m. ............... ....... 11.48 2.35 p
4 sons............. ..... 1.0 2.47
AClzbia......... 20S 4.22
Ur bba: '35.50- 4S 4M5
" boro . 4.496 4.49a 5.52 p
" 0 .5.35 a 5.5 .40 p
" R ...l... 6.08 a 6.09 a 7.2 V
Ar Charlotte. . 7.008 7.00 a 8.p
"Danvl le.......... 11.40 a 11.40 a a1.00nt
" Rlchpond..... ....4.40 p 440 p 6.00 a
. 22.214.171.124 p 8.42 a
" atore...... ....... 1.25p11.25 p 8.05 a
6 Philadelphia.... ....... 3.00 3.00 a-10.15 8
a Nw York ............I 6.20 a 6.23 a 12.5
Southbound. D' 0 Do 3
[4J.NhW York......... 1 .5
S.chvi...........1at 12.15nt 4.30
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" , e................42 9.42 a192 p
11,4 v11 A ........ 1 0 p
Ar anahlD. .... ( .2~1~
"Jo~ntonS.........20. 7J .29 65 p
"r~to.............6.4 3.42 p 2
Gra~tvile........5.17.185 .04 p
h~r.Acust............. .0 4.55 p
Lv......... 6.50 61 . 452 p
A~rhaleto ... ...11.0 aL.5 .40 p
.......me 10 1 10
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Nos 35 ad38 UashinFto &aSouThrouLim
P Buet Sleeping car and first-class
els csonville and New York; also Pull
Ian . aand Charlotte.
N. - . and 36 do not enter Union
Station 1mis, but dscharge and take
~aage' and baggage at Blading St.
E. ~R T.Y. Supt., COLDstBIA, S. C.
w.Ei. G3EEN, J. 31. CULP.
* APt., WABEINGToN. T M, wsEINGTOS.
USE yIt alway
USE T relieves
T.X,. L. 13 1 * he
FOR TMN applied.
Geat Pain Alleviator.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Toothache,
Headache, Cold in all its forms, Cuts,
Sores, Bruises, Sprains and Lameness,
Diarrhoa and Cholera Morbus, Colic
and all Bowel Troubles.
It alway relieves when properly ap
T. X. L. COMPANY.
C. M. DEMPSEY, Manager,
South Carolina Div., 230 MaiT1 Street,
Columbia, S. C.
For sale by
John H. McMaster & Co., Winn~boro,
. C., and Drs. Linder & Team, and
4. 1L. Rosboro, Ridgeway, S. C., and
all druggists at TWENTY-FIVE
E0S3IS TH E BEST.
'3 FIT FOlt A KING.
FRENCH &ENAM4ELLED CALF,
El. 4.*3.sFiNE CAF&KANGm
$sff 3.s.9 POUCE,3SOLES.
.m - LADIr.S
$3 12 GO. E
-. 'S ~ ' BOCICTONMASS.
Over~One Million People wear the
A1 our shoes are equally satisfactory
Tiey give the best value for the money.
They equal custom shoes in style and fit.
Ther wearing qualities are unsurpassed.
The prices are uniform,---.stam~P~ on sole.
From Si to S3 saved over other makes.
If your dealer cannot supply you v.e can. Soildby
--aRidgway. S. C.
and fancy Ducks just received.
ity. Our fancy Jackonet makes
3 now offered at cut prices for
'. Ladies' Shoes just received;
(ford Ties. We have a small
ack and Russets, and Patent
ses, Lard, Bacon, Grits, Rice,
Extracts, Evaporated Apples,
s in store.
1Y & BRO.
ANEW SUPPLY OF
Points of Merit
Cheapest and Most Popular
Buy for profit, keep up to
date and get the best. A new
as low as can be bought in
Columbia and Augusta. Save
your express charges.
EL. W. PHILLIPS
PERTAxIIN TO THE GRAZIN~G OF Cows.
Be it enacted and ordained by the
Intendant and Wardens of the'town
of Winnsboro in Council met and by
the autho~ity of the same:
IThat the grazing of cows on the
streets of Winosboro shall be lawful,
except as hereinafter provided.
Prodided, That grazing shall not be
permitted on Congress Street, nor on
East Washington Street, nor on Zion
Street north of East Washington.
Prodided, furher, That each cow
shall be securely haltered and held
w bile grazing, and that the grazing of
cows shall only be permitted between
the hours of 6 A. M. and 6 P. M.
Provided, further, That any one of
fending against the provisions of this
Urdinance shall be fined twenty-five
cents for each and every offence.
That all Ordinances and parts of
Ordinances inconsistent with this Or
dinance be and the same are hereby
Done in Council this 15th day of
May, 1895, and with the corpo
[C.. s.] rate seal of the town affixed.
JA S. W. HANAHAN,
Attest: J. A. flINNANT, Clerk.
I The management of the
Equitable Life Assurance
:Society in the Department of
gthe Carolinas, wishes to se
Icure a few Special Resident
Agents. Those who are fltted
Ifor this work will find this
It is work, however, and those
Iwho succeed best in it possess
character, mature judgment,
Itact, perseverance, and the
respect of their community.
Think this matter over care
fully. There's an unusual
opening for somebody. If it
fits you, it wil-py you. Fur
ther information on request.
W. J. Roddey, Manager,
S URvEYING DONE ANT) SOLIo1T
edby EDGAR rRAPP,
B3yT. QUATTLJEBAUM, I) I %.
wwwnanaRO . C.