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Tuesday. August 20. : :
4 ew Advertisementis.
Winter Crops-McMaster & Co.
-Mrs. R. C. Gooding was quite un
well on Sunday but is better at present.
-There is no doubt about everyone
having enouoh rain at present. We
could use a little more, however, in
about ten days.
-Any one wishing photographs
should call on Warner, the photograph
er. His booth is built s- as to secure
the best light pos4ible. W ill show
proofs and finish all work right here,
thus a-suring sa'isfaction to every
patron. Booth in Hotel Duval yard.
-The Winthrop Industrial College
will be opened October 15 with a full
faculty. The annual session will con
tinue nine months. The expenses for
the year, including tuition, will be
about $126 50. Beneficiary s:udents
will have the tuition, $40, deducted.
There are rooms for only 240 boarders
besides teachers. Applicant3 for ad
mission thould write to Prof. D. B.
Johnson, Ro.ck Hill, S. C., for infor
EVERY ONE HAD RAIN.-Those who
came to town on Monday from differ
ent sections tell us that there is plenty
of rain at present. The rain was late
coming, but thcre will be a large crop
of corn harvested in this county any
way. Cotton will ) o: make an.ything
like a full crop.
WHY NOT?-Sevelal days ag.) we
had a sugestion from a lady in the
matter of a Floral Fair. We think the
field crop exhibit and a floral fair
could web, b.- run tcgether. Let the
ladies act On them the salvation of
this county depends. THE NEWS AND
HERALD will lend a helpi'g hand. Let
us hear from you.
A SCGGESTION.--The enterprising
firm of McMaster & Co. are warning
us that winter is coming. We are not
prepared for such changes at present,
but they are comitlg. By i eferrirg to
their adveitisemcnt in t.-day's issue
you will see that they rwe prepared for
winter crops. A careful perusal of
their advertisement is worthy of your
L Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
THE COUNTT FAI.-We ask again,
what about our County Fair? The
Fair is a great benefit to the town and
county. Perhaps the matter could be
successfally put on foot if the officers
of the Fairfield Agricultural Society
would canvass the town and see what
inducement can be ofrered. We hope
the matter will not go by default.
Let's h.aar from Mr. Wylie.
On We doesday evening, at the
A. . P. Church in White Oak, Rev.
J. A. Smith will be joined in marriage
with Miss Sallie Patrick, of that place.
Mr. Smith is the pastor of the church
there and Miss Patrick is a member of
Sthat church. She is the youngest
daughter of Mr. J. R. Patrich.
The newly married couple will board
-the north bound passenger train for
North t arolin-i where they will visit
his parents. The best wishes of Tr E
NEwS AND HERALD go with them.
Low Rates Again.
TI.e . uhern Railway has again
arranged exceedingly cheap rates for
occasion of the Knights Temiplar Con
clave, Boston, Mass., from August
26 to 30, 1895. Tickets will be sold
on August 23, 24 and 25 a! the late of
$25 for the round trip for individuals,
f ten traveli:.g together from At
lanta, Augusta, Columbia, anid inter
Vmediate points. Elegant through trains
3will be run. Another rare opportua
nity~ is ofierrd the publi:.
Mr~a. E B. McMaster anad Miss Mal
lie te urned on Monday from Mid
Dr. W. 0 ice c eturned to Calam
bia 'n Monday.
Missea Mat tie and Mary Del e.:ey.
Hattie D..wkins anwl Ma-nie Smiah re
turned from a visit to friends in Ches
ter County on Monday.
Mr. T. S. Bryan, of Columbia, spent
Sanday and Monday at the home of
Dr. Jordan where Mrs. Br. an has been
Svisiting for some time.
Dr. Jordan is summering at Mt.
A iry, N. C.
Maj~r and Mrs. Jas. Paign arrived
onS Sturday from North Carolina and
are visiting Mrs. J. Q. Datvi, their
Go to Atlanta.
We have tried to arouse our peolie
to the necessity of having an exhibit
in Atla::i i. We have this saggestion
tok make. Let the varcous pr ize clubs
ma~ke up a county exhib't-field crops,
hky, cotton, &c. Mr. II. S. Wylie
arranged our county exhibit in August
and brought home a pr'ze of $600.
There are no prizes offered ini A'lanta
tnat we know of, but we may induce
some valu able setilers to coa t his
way if we go at it right. The time is
shor, but a great deil can be ac
conse in a short timne if the work~
i~s puched sys'emiatically. We hope to:
hear from the~ priza clubs as s)0on as
they read thia. There is no telling
what you c-i do if youi try. Fairfleld
ia as goodl a sectiont as any and car
offer be!:er i::dncemnent to set-ler-s than
some other counties canl.
NEiW FIRM IN TOWN.
Mi. John A. DesporteQ, of Ridgc
way, has mnovtd his stuck of goods
fron lRdgcway into Lhe store hoUs2
formne;y occupied by Mr. U. G.
Porte-, t. the northern end of town.
Mr. lDe.po: tr-.t- was in businesis 1ll
Winn -horo in f.ormer years before
moving to Ridgexay. Ile was at one.
time connected with THE NEWS AND
HERALD also. The Lin-iC5s3 at the old
stand of U. G. Desportes will be car
ried on exclusively by Mr. J. A. Des
portes. Ile will, however, have an
interest in the Desportes Mercantile
Company. This cmpany will do
business at thi "The Ilub" and the
"Lower Store" -dry goods on one side
and groceries on the other. Mr. J. A.
Desportes wiil conduct a general mer
chandise business-dry goods and gro
Winnsb:Pro welcomes Mr. Desprie
back. IIi; family will move here
about the v..d o this year.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
THE COLUMBIA CLUB RAIDED.
On saturday evening the famous
Columb'a Club was raided by Statc
contbles. This c'ub has been much
advrtised in many wa) s. Formerly
liquors % ere sold there and the clui
paid i o revenue or license to the town
and county. Judge Hudson (we thiuk)
is the judge who decided that is must
pay a license as saloons did. The
Supreme Court reversed this. The
club caie in for a fall share of abusc
from 13. R. Tillman in his remarks
and wa; a g.-eat bug-a-boo to him.
After ite "private use" feature was
held good in the dispensary law eacl
member of the club kept a bo:tle and
treated his friend from his own bottle
b ught by himself. A colored man
Ikept the phice for the members and
"put in the sugar and water" foi
The c anstables made a clean sweep
on Saturday and got all the liquor and
ves--els-except Mr. M. C. Robertson's.
He asked for a farewell drink and
when lie got hold of his bottle he took
a drink and then gave the rest to the
cuspadore. lie was arrested for int-:r
fering N ith an officer and will have a
p:e'iminary hearing. Many believe
that politics are at the bottom of thiD
THE CITADEL SCHOLARSHIP.
The Executive Committee of the
Association of Graduates of the South
Carolina Military Academy charged
with the duty of seecting a benefi
ciary cadet has adlopted the following
1. The "Cadetship of the Associa
tion of Graduates of the State Mili
tary Academy of .South Carolina'
shall be awarded this year as follows:
Every member of this association
shall be allowed to select one candi
dae, who must be not less thtan 15 nor
more than 20 yearsa of age, and whc
must be at least five feet in height and
abe to do military duty. Each mem
ber must certify that the candidate
seleited by him is of good moral char
acter and deserving of the appoint.
Each member wiil notify the secre
tar of his selection before Augnst 15.
2. The superintendent of the acade
my will have examination questiens
prepared to be sent by the secretary to
the School Commissioner of eca:
county in which there is a candidate
for the appointment; and the candi
dates will repair to their respective
county seats for examination on such
day during the last week in August as
the School Commissioner shall select.
The duty of the School Commis
sioner will be merely supervisory, as
the papers when written by the candi
dates will all be forwarded to the
suprintendent of the Citadel, who
will notify the secretary of the candi
date passing the most creditable ex
mit'ation. Suca candidate will be
awarded the beneficary cadetship, and
atill be ordered to report to the Citadel
w the opening or the session in Octe
means so much more than
you imagine-serious and
fatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
If you are feelingzI
I ~ out of sorts. weak
and generally ex
Iroi haused, ner vous,
have' no apeit~
ad cAn' ewok,
Bittersowns ron Bt
teeth, an d '
______________pleasan t to te
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
Cotation, Bad Blood
Mah i, Ncrvous alments
Cet only the genuine-it has crossed red
lines on the wrapper. Alt others nre sub
ite. 0d receipt of to ic s~~ .e
UPPER LONGTOWN ITES.
LON(T0YN, S. C., Aug. 16.-We
have been blessed with abundant rains
during the past wi ck, consequently
our e: ops are lo-king iiicely and in
provingt rapidly. Thte rain came, too
::Lhe though to do old corn much go;d.
Old corn will not b aq good as was
expecttd on account of the droght.
A fair A ield will be realized though.
Some of our farmers have commenced
Cotton is improving a great deal
since the rains. It is small but fruit
Sorghum cane is fine. I don't think
the farmers of this section will have
to buy any molases another year.
This is as it should be, raise every
tbing at howe that you can. The least
yon have to buy the better.
Gardens about played out, with the
exception of cabbage, okra and to
matoes. Socond crop of Irish potatoes
plantel and commencing to come up.
Turnips also have been sown in some
instances. Those who havn't sown
will sow later.
There is an abundance of fruit this
year, peache3 especially, though they
are vt rv small; the reasons attributed
is .he qusaity and lack of sufficient
The pieni' given by the Ridgeway
Rifles at the Upper Longtown school
house Tuesday was almost broken up
by the rai::. The morning dawned
bright and c' ar and by ten o'clock
there a:s a l: ge crowd on the grounds,
includi: g Me; s. W. L. Rosborough
and R. A. .\e .res, candidates for the
Constitutio- a' Conveition. who came
down to express their views as to
what should be incorporated in the
Constitution. Just as Mr. Rosborough
commenced speaking it began to rain.
The crowd then reraired to the school
house where they were kept several
hours by the rain, which fell in
torrents. After the rain dinner was
announced, and yon may rest assuraned
that every one did full justice to the
occasion (some wire a trifle ravenous).
After dinner Mr.. Rosboroug finished
his speech. Ife favored Eome plan
whereby the common schouls could be
run longer. Ie favored the homestead
exemption as also the dispensary. As
regards the franchise question, he
favored the Mississippi plan, unless
something better was brought forward.
By this time it had commenced raining
again, therefore Mr. Meares didn't
speak, but be will speak tomorrow
evening at Jenkin's spring, where the
Longtown and Ridgeway clubs will
Miss Mattie Mobley and Mr. 11. L.
Cunningham and Map;er Barnes Mob
ley and Ed. Dixon, of Gladden's
Grove, paid our szction a flying visit
on Tuesday. They stopped with their
uncle, Mr. S. L. Dixon.
Mr. Will Stewart, of Orangeburg,
has been visiting relatives and friends
Mrs. Bush, of Ihopkins, S. C., has
been visiting at Mr. D. WV. Tidwell's.
Miss Dora Boyd, of Blackstock, has
been visiting at Mr. Tidwell's.
Mr. Ed. Bank head, of Chester Count y,
has been visiting in L.ongtowin.
E. 11. D).
K~nights of the Macca'ees.
The State Commander writes 'us from
Lincoln, Neb., as follows: "After trying
other medicines for what seemed to be a
very obstinate cough in our two children
we tried Dr. King's New Discovery and
at the end of two days the cough entirely
left them. WVe will never be without, it
hereafter, as our experience proves that it
cures where all other remedies fail."
Signed F. W. Stevens, State Comn -Why
not give this great medicine a trial, as it
is guaranteed and trial bottles are free at
McMaster & Co.'s Drug Store. Regular
size 50c. and $1.00. *
uckien's .Arnica Salve.
TaHE BEST SA LVE inl the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rhoum, Fever
Sores, Tetter,C hopped Hands, Chilhalains
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi,
tively cures Piles, o:- no pay required It
Is guarantee~d to cive perfect s:'isfact:on,
r money refunded. Price :3 mnts Der
tacx. l",r sale by W Mv~er & C"
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby was slck, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she crled for Castoria.
When sheb bcameMIlss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castorla.
BA RL EY,
and BUTTER COLOR.
TOILET SOAPS, Etc.
cIMSTR & C.
Burial Cases and Caskets.
'TilE UND)ERSIGNED) has a full
lin ot' the latest designs in
BUiAt CAS}:S AND CASKETS,
at moderate prices. Orders filled
promptly, night and day, at the old
stand. Thankful for past patronage,
I ask for a share of it in future.
hearse furnished when ordered.
n~caT. M. FLIOTT. SR.
for Infants and Children.
T HIRTY years' observation of CastoriA with the patrnmag of
millions of persons, permit us to spek of it withotg
It is unquestionably the best remedy for Inants and Children
the world has ever known. It is harmless. Children lIke it. It
give. them health. It will save their lives. In it Xoth have
something which is absolutely safe and practically perfect as a
Castoria destroys Worms.
Castoria allays Peverishnees.
Castora prevents vomiting Sour Curd.
Castoria cures Diarrhea an Wind Col.
Castoria relieves Teething Trouble,
Castoria cures Constipation and Flatuleney.
atoria neutralies the effects of carbonie acid gas or polsoenos aft.
Castorla does not contain morphine, opium,or other nareotie property.
Castoria assfiniates the food, regulates the stomack and bowels,
giig hedthy and natural sleep.
Castora is put up in one-ise bottles only. It is not sold In bulk.
Don't allow any one to sell you anything else en the plea or promIse
that it is "just as good " and "will answer every purgese.
See that you get C-A-S-T-0-R--A.
The fac-simnile Ison evor
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorlas
A GOOD CHANCE
SLIPPERS -- CHEAP.
From this date I propose to close out my en
tire line of Ladies', Misses' and Children s Slip
pers at COST, for the cash and cash only. All
goods charged at regular prices.
Now, remember this offer is only for the
I L. MIMNAUGH.
._D. WILLIFORDT - - Mager.
FOR SALE. UEIAfU~~
Unless previously disposed of, I ~U ~ U U
all ofrer for sale on Saturday, August
, before the Court House door, at
innsboro, at public outcry, several . .
gricutural Engines, Gin and Press.
lso half interest in Cotton Press at
7-dJAMES Q. Davis, 4
DAVIDSON, N. C. ' "S L NA ILS
ext term begins sept. 32. Nine In-ALNI
tuctors, Ample La~boratories, Apparatus,
abinets, L ibraries, Readmng Rooms, Gym
nsium, Ball Grounds, Teninis Court, &c. STL.AEONAN
M ATIIEMATICA1~ L,' M~i
CoMMIERCIA L. I E ODMRS
end for a Catalogue.-lo
J. D. sHEARER,
7-tiO~l reidnt AND BU SA E BES.
- -- I-Also
WL. DOUGtAs AFWSCN-ADWGN
$3 SHOE !I 'R KN.AFE LICOS
Over~One Million People wear the..E.IciU, o
. L. Douglas $3 & $4~Shoes
.our shoes are equally satisfactory GWnsoo .C
Tey thea es au for thyemaontnnll t'.
They equalselstoheapoeorInastyoe andhang.
The prics are uiformfosrmdry ocattl..
T-:I innSbro. . Ci.S
Another lot of white, black
Also a nice line of fancy Dim
a beautiful and cool waist for!
Wool Dress Good stock is
A new lot of Zeigler Bros'
also low price and medium Ox
lot of Gents' Oxford Ties, Bh
Leather, which we are offering
Fresh Flour, Meal, Molas
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Spices,
Soap, Starch, Soda, Crackers,
Triumph New Irish Potatoe
Call on us. Respectfully,
J. M. BE AT
SOUTHERN RA LWAY CO.
*sterm Time a celuabia and Pa. NORth.
Northboal. o oN to VSNO.3
July th. 19.. Daily Daily Daily
Lv. Jacksonville... . 6.20 p ....... 7.3 a
Lv. Savannah ...... 10.41 P . I a
Ar. Columbia......- ...... a. 4A p
Lv Charleston. .... ..... 00 p ....... .....
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Johnston s ....... ....... 0 a 310 P
Ar Columbia. .... .. ....... .06i46 P
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" Rock Hill ....... . 3. .3 0
Ar Charlotte . . a 7.00. ..2.
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"Washington.. I 8&0 P,.5$0 P6Aa
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S.1.... 12. 15 4.0 p
Philadlpha. .074.57 aJ 6.5 p
"Baltmore........2 9.54 al 9.1 p
LY.WahlntOR......11 114 0.43 p
Lv.Rchd........5 227.53 12.01.
"v Danvllle........ .... 6. 10 .10 a 150ua
"LRiChmrond...... .... 1.05 114.40 9 .a
" Waskhigto........ . 1. 51 1O- . 6 a
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"Phsladlpi.... ......7.a.26.55 lp
"UBatior....... ........a9 a9
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Ar.Columbia....... . 13. . 21
L.olumbia......... 54. 48p
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Ar. Auusta.......to No Yrk
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W i.3 nd ow ahi ASuhenLm
PCnapet alpnd Most andfpru-lass
fo c rAust Wndrowte. .
Butfor prfmit, dkchree and to e
dater and gae bet. BAnewS
w. .U AND.E COARNWICE,.
GAs lw asimrGTn. be bought in2
WINDOW PAOLES OLEE
es ow aes can be bouht Tin
eoluar ore andh Auguos. Sae
Courewt exprticares. Bor,$
E t. Tota FcessI ~eLLe oi e
oos),ifomegn Sep~teme 2th. Toend
mitted to all Classes.
For further informiatier., adn.ss the
7 27tiIUet1 JA M1S WOODnow.
B.J. Q UA'IT TIL E HA Ul. 1) 1fl
and fancy Ducks just received.
ty. Our fancy Jackonet makes
now offered at cut prices for
Ladies' Shoes just received;
ford Ties. We have a small
ck and Russets, and Patent
ses, Lard, Bacon, Grits, Rice,
Extracts, Evaporated Apples,
s in store.
[y & BRO.
After the first rain is your
time to sow
Red or Purple Top,
'Red or Purple Top,
Red or Purple Top,
Large White Globe,
Large White Globe,
Large White Globe,
Pomieranian White Globe,
Pomeranian White Globe,
Pomeranian White Globe,
Seven Top -
Golden Ball, or
Be certain to call en me be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Drug - Store.
Buist's Turnip Seed, Mason Fruit
Jars and Jelly Tumblers.
Toilet Articles of all Kinds.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes.
Best 5et. Cigar on the Market.
Pipes and Tobacco.
Lamps and Glassware.
Winsboro Drug tm.
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