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Thursday. iSeptenber 19. - : in 5
-Mr. A. Williford brought us a
stalk of cotton which would measure
six feet and about four inches. Ile
has a good deal of this kind in a field
of eight acres, which is good cotton.
MASONIC MEETING--An extra com
munication of Winnsboro Lodge No.
11, A. F. M., will be held this (Thurs
day) evening at 8 o'clock. The F. C.
degree will be conferred. By order of
the*W. M. C. M. CUANDLER,
GoeD NIGHT.-There will be a good
idght dr ill at the armory on Friday
night. The living p;tares will be
presented. The proceeds will be given
for the benefit of the Episcopal
Church. Every one should attend
and make it a success. It is a novel
affair for Winnsboro.
SToLE--From my stable on the
uight of the 16th of September a dark
bay horse mule, medium size, front
feet ill-shaped, mouth cut up by bridle,
a small sore on back. Any one secur
ing mule or giving informiLtion will be
rewarded. A. J. HIAMILTON,
adv-2* Wl.ite Oak, S. C.
When yon vi it Atlanta, oc sure to
call on m for anythinig in Imy line,
which consistS of the finest ef Wines,
Liqa s, Cianpqgt.es, Cigars, etc.
17 Mari, tia St., Atlanta. Ga.
Af.er goitig to press on Moiday
Win. ztrcet, Sr., was sentenced, for
striking Hugh McCarcy in the head
with a hoe., to two yeats in the penli
teijtary or pa a fine of $100.
The case of the State vs. Bob Crosby
and Jim S ark, charged with stealing
$5.00 fromt a ul gro on Jtlo. G. Mob
ley's place, resultad in an arqittal.
Messrg. J. W. flanahan and' J. E.
McDonald fur the delense.
No bill was rendered against George
Means, chargi d with assault with in
tent to ki:l.
No bill in the ca-e of E. Wm. Wil
son and Estber Wilkon, charged with
The State vs. Wm. Fl-.yd, for ob
strauictitg tr.din, true bill. Thz Court
ordered a v, rdict of not guilty.
Trhe remininlg portion of the day
was taken up inl the case of the State
Wvs. Denny S. Murphy, charged with
asault and battery with intent to kill.
This case has attracted considerable
attentiotn by -the outbide public, and
the (Court Ho'use was well filled, even
to a late hour in the night many re
mained. Murphy was charged with
being the instigator of the attempted
ass1s-intationl of Mr. H. L. Parr in
____Aiwust, 1894 The shooting was done
by ennis Carter, colored, and he imn
plicated bi . Mrphy as above slated.
The c.ie was h.ardi fougbt from start
to inish by both State and defendatnt's
attorueys. Mr. Mgrphy was repre
sented by Messrs. J. Fj McDonald,
J. G. McCants and J. W. lanaba~n.
and they left no stone unturned. Their
speeches wer listened to by all pres
sent with a great deal of interest and
were the subject of deserved comntt.
The solici,or made a tell:ng speech on
the par;if. the State, which was lis
t ene,i to with i qual iterest. It was5
after ten o-Clock when the jury retired
to the jury room, and there they re
mained until ab-ut ten o'clock the next
day when they cam.a int.> the cou1rt
room. The ,onrt instructed them as
they could not tigree to enter a nits
trial. Th.- jury stox1 7 for c mnv.ctonfl
and 5 for acquittal.
The case of the State vs. Charks
Urgens, chare. a with ty. ing a nu
h.ead andt to >t, mI the-~ ailre"a.I iatck at
D)ougla s loc., I wun el i r' t0.te raH
road,2 am-e id *thei .: :.t l.i t 'e p:.+tecui
t -n.d &riu was gt . Vnd. tk M r
Il z:: Farb..a. g. di v ith uu d-r
nr e -o Gui t .
WHIdT 1TAL OE
Jr. Editer:Sicoulatom -
ncation to THE NEWS AND HERALD,
cotton picking and fodder pulling has
goten to be the order of the day and
We were favored with virits from
sev%eral re.atives not lvng sitnce.
Among the number were Mr. W. L.
Rosboouigh, of Albion, (whose nu
merous re'atives and friends in South
Carolina are rej>i icittg over his election
tthe convention now in~ session in
Columbia); also Mr. C. D. K~ennedy',
of Bascomnbville, Rev. J. E. Jones and
wife, of Longtown, and the Misses
R.9aborought, of Windsor, Fla., who
h re beeni egen' some time in the
Sa:e in attendance upon the
ialls of learning" in the "City en
Congaree." We regret to announce
they contemnplate returning in the
fu ure to their native home in the
nd of Flowers," doubtless leaving
e sad hearts in Carolina. c.
Ladiea who use c smetics or pow
der; to co'ver up or hide a badc comn
plexioni, do nit kntow that John 11. Mc
Mi.str & Co. can furnish thetm with
BLsII os RosEs, which is clear as
wa.ter, punrities the skin, and positively
removeS black heada and all skin dis
eases, takes the shiny look from the
Pface and whitens it soon as applied.*
Fr. Editor: After a month of a1
sence, we have just returned to As]
land Farm," so we give you son
accounts about the places we have ho
the pleasure of visiting. About a ha
an hour after leaving Franconia statioi
we reached Washington. Upon il
quiring at the ticket office, we foun
that our train was not due for sever
hours; so we thought we would tal
advantage of this. We immediate]
hired a carriage and soon we wei
driving around the city. First v
went to the bathing beach, which
not far from the monument. Scein
the monument so near at baud, we r
solved to go to the top, so a fe
minutes later we were in the elevatc
slowly but surely gelug up. It too'
about ten minutes to reach the tol
then everl body made a rush for t1
windows, where there was a beautift
view to be seen. From the top of t1
Mcnum.Mn:, one has a good idea c
how beautifully Washington is a
off; besides, from there can be see
many of the noted buildings &
From the monument went to ti
museum, and from there to "The Fis
Commission Building," where w
were for a while interested in ti
wonders of the deep. Time was pasi
ing very rapidly, so we next went t
the B. & P. depot. We reached it i
amole time to buy eur tickets &c. I
a few hours we found ourselves i
Charles Town, West Virginia, whei
we spent two weeks. Our stay ther
was very pleazz ut, and we drove an
walked around a good deal. It di
not take long to see everything c
:ne in the town, consequently %
- ne to the conclnsion that it woul
we nice to see all the surroundio
places of interest, and this we resolve
One day we weat seven miles ou
in the country to Shannondale Springi
which is somewhat of a summer r(
sort. The chief attractions of th
lace are the spring water, a ten.
court, the ball-room, and the ro;
boats. There is also a bathing beaCh
the Shnandoah River being close a
A few days after th;s we took
little jaunt to Harper's Ferry, wher
we eisjoyed one of the most inagnificen
views imaginable. We cimbed wa:
p on a hig-h mountain, and to th
very top of tii famous "Jefferso
Rock." It is not to be marveled tha
Jefferon whilst s anding th"re ex
claimed, "It is worth a trip acro
the Atlantic!" The surrounding moun
tains, the river, the town way below
and the high position we occupied ei
the rock carried our thoughts abov<
he commonplace. We Und it im
possible to express our sentiments o
the subject. Sufficient, to say, thi
we could have sat there for hours
deep meditation, had our time pet
mit ted of such.
We will not speak of the historict
onnections of the place, _for yet
know all about them, and it ~seemi
almot a sacrilige to connect suoi
n ideal place withI something s<
realistic as "A John Brown Raid."
The next place we went to wa
[Ratling Springs, but our time doe
not allow us to go into det ails abou
his place, as we have other things t
We visited Berryvi.le, and despite
the fact that we only spent a day ant
night there, we saw enough of thi
place and people to form a favorabli
we went from Berryville back t<
our headquarters, (Charles Town) an'
there found ever-ibcdy in a state o
excitement ever a Gerj.'an which was
to be given at the ho-el, Powharan
'lle German came oiT ue the appointed
time, and was a graud success.
We next set oftffor the white Sulphui
Springs. When we reached the lovely
ittle town of Warrentotn, we t ok thi
;tage to the springs, and in an houi
ere in the grounds Aa we drovi
up everything was gaiety and merri
nent. The cottages were lighted up
the beutiful hotel was ablaze wit]
[hts strains of music reached oul
rs mingled with the chatter ant
laughter of the people. We knev
here and then that this was the place
or enjoyment. The hotel is a fivy
tory brick building, and the interioi
pe-ents quite a striking appearance
whilst the interior speoks of con
rnience and comfort. WVe spent
week at the hotel, and during thal
time there was some excitement or
and all the time. At half past tetn ir
the morning nearly everybody wen
in the direction of the balt-room, fo:
he band always played tram tha
tim until half-past eleven. Many o:
he voung people danced, some sa
Lr.ud anad chatte~d, whilst others wh<
ci'ere not so iond o,f isaiety conwente<
b umves wiih wvak;.tg around th
g .li:ries etc. There might h ive biee
e. groups of i.eople ait the cart
tb:es nearly all thte tim.-, as play it
arls was one of th'e chief amusement
oo he old people, and also for a goo
mt ..v voung ones. after the mu--i
a over the p--op'e sttere~d atbout i
rrtious groups. Three~ or fourt wei
t the tennms court, four or five wet
scen waking in the direction of th
sritngs to get a cool draught of th
dghtful and wholesome sulphu
water, another party ran off to th
bowling alley, whilst several couple
could be seen making for "the grove.
This grove consisted of a kind
avenue of oak trees with nice littl
bnches alt about. This was an excol
lt place for a lad and a lassie (wb
happened to take an imterest in eac
other) to enjoy a confidential chat
There are twelve cottages that belon
to the hotel, besides five others which
though in the grounds, are independat
of it The band at the hotel was ver
good, consequently many of the col
tera went to the ball room ever
evening to enj.iy the music and data
i. The musicians rerformned c
their vi'ious instruments two hou.
at night, from eight until ten, excei
n (Vbursdays) German ntights, who
they played until a late hour C
Sundays the music was grand;
course it otnly coniisted of marche
operas &c., and it was a delightft
change from the dance music whic1
toug bright antd pretty, was we
"run in the ground."
We spent a week in one of 1]
cottages and had a delightful tim,
It was nice to receive the visits of or
friends and to return tbem. Beside
there was the regular custcm of dres
ing very trening and going to tl
hel to enjoy the music ai:d dancin;
Well. Mr. Editor, we have vel
likl tired your paitionce, so we wi
clse. advising all those who are
serch of a delightful summer reso
Sulphur Springs where it is impossi
ble for anv one to have a dull time.
a- Ashand. Farm, Sept. 11, 1895.
Ld 8100 Reward S100.
If The readers of this paper will be
1, pleased to learn that there is at leasl
one dreaded disease that science haE
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
l is the only positive cure known to the
e medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
v constitutional disease, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrl
e Cure is taken internally, acting direct
e ly upon the blood and mucous surfaceq
is of the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and giving
9 the patient strenth by building up thC
constitution and assisting nature in
doing its work. The proprietors bave
r so much faith in its curative powers,
that they offer One Hundred DollarE
for any case that it fails to cure. Send
for list of testimonials. Address,
Le F. J. CnENEY & Co..
11 Toledo, 0.
Le rrSold by druggists, 75c. *
d The Discovery Saved His Life.
Mr. G. Cailloutte, Druggist, Beavers
Sville, 111., says: "To Dr. King's New Dis
c. cevury I owe my life. Was taken with
La (rippe and tried all the physicians for
e mi!es about, but of no avail and was given
hup and told I could not live. Having Dr.
e King's New Discovery in my store I sent
for a bott;e and began its use and from ihe
e first began to get beter, and after using
- three bottles was up and about again. It
,o is worth its weight in gold. Wo won't
keep store or houze without it." Get a
a trial ;ottle al. McMaster & Co.'s Drug
-e Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Cure For Meadache.
e As a remedy for all forms of Eeadachy
d Electric Bitters has proved to be th : vere
, best. If efects a permanent cure and the
rrost dreadful habitual sick headaches
vield ta its influence. We urge all who
are afflicted to procure a bottle, and give
It this remedy a fair trial. In cases of habit
, ual constipation Electric Bitters cures by
giving the needed tone to the bowels, and
e few cases long res'st the use of this medi
cine. Try it once. Large bottles only
Fifty cents at MeMaster & Co.'s Drug
Children 6ry f'r Pitcher's Castoria.
a a e-a nasn
e ul kliexA13 ArnI2& Sal%.
t raE BEsT SALVE in the world for Cut:,
F Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
e Sores, Tetter,Chepped Uands, Cbil!lair:s
I Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and pst,
,t tively cures Piles, o: no pay required It
ls.guarante,,d to give perfect satisfactiun,
.)rmoney refunded. Price 23 .nt; Der
..ox. For sale by Nr--, -'er & (71
For Over Fifty Years
MRs. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP has
a been used for over fifty years by ndllions
of mothers for their cluTdren while teeth
in -, with pei fect success. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind colic, and is the best remedy
for Diarrhea. It will relieve the poor lit
-tic sufferer inmadiately. Sold by Drug
gists in every part of the world. Twenty
Ifive cnts a bottle. Be sure and ask for
u srs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
e ak:e no other kind. 5-:-itx1y
>Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
W hen Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Casitoria.
Vj ensebecame)Miss, she clung to Castoria.
SWhen she had Children, she gave thex Castorl*.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
EA ARE AGAIN PREPARED TO
Vnegotiate long time loans on farm
J. E. McDONA LD,
W. D. DOUGLASS, or
J. Q. DAVIS,
S6-6tf Winnsoc'ro, S. C.
A. E. DAVIS,
-Mon'ticel 0, 5 C.
The management of the
SEquitable Life Assurance
t Society in the Department ofi
Sthe Carolinas, wishes to se
Scure a few Special Resident
Agents. Those who are fitted
for this work will find this
Iiswork, however, and those
S$who succeed best in it possess3S
$ character, mature judgment,
* 3 tact, perseverance, and the
e 3 respect of their community.
r Think this matter over care
Sfully. There's an unusual3
opening for somebody. If it
~fits you, it wili pay you. Fr
3ther information on request.
W. J. Roddey, maagr
Rock 11111,3S. C.
FOR THIN PEOPLE.
Are you thin?
t IFlesh made with Thinacura Tablets by a
n sientific process. They create perfect
n assimilation of every form of fo:d, secret
inhg the valuable parts anid discarding the
worthless. They make thin faces piump
and r ud out the figure. They are the
I STANDARD REMEDY
for leanness, conta'.ning No ARSEN1C, aind
Price, prepaid, S1 per box, 6 for $5.
e amphlet, "HOW TO GET FAT," FREE.
- The THINACURA CO., 949 Broadwa:7,N.1
s,Chichiestes'. zEnlih DtamOnd Brana
gr. SArc alw a y en e-aS s
- boxes sealed wI.h bite ribbon. Tako\~
ill no~ o e daQruSIU
From this date I pro
tire line of Ladies', Mis
pers at COST,'for the
goods charged at regul
Now, remember th
J L. MIA
Q. D. WILLIFOI
T H E NEXT SESSION of MT. ZION
School will begin on Monday, the 30th
day of September.
Tuition in Collegiate Department:
fliglier English......$1.00 per month.
Scientific............$1.50 per month.
Classical..............$2.00 per month.
No charge for tuition in Common
J. G. CALD WELL,
9 5t0ilOci Chm. Board Trustees.
RIDGEWAY HIGH SCHOOL,
IDGEWAY, E. C.
A P-. sTRODE, (Uiversity of Virginia)
offers courses in Latin, Greek, Mathe
naties, German, Elocution, and the Comn
on School branches.
Thorough College prepa ration. Terms
oderate. Next session begins Septem
er 9, 1895. 8.22-1m
The best e3.00) Men's Shoes oni the
wade from tannery calfskin, dongola
op,all leather trimmed, solid leather
8a2 with Lewis' Cork Filled Soles.
Unequaled for beauty, fine workman
ship, and wearing qualities. Your choice
of all the popular toes, lasts and fasten
Every pair contains a paid-up Acci
dent Insurance Policy for U100, good for
Wear Lewis' Accident Insurance
Shoes, and go insured free.
Sold by W. R. DOTY' & CO.
B i cycIes.,
ibicycle building. In them
the least possible weight of
material is arranged to give
the greatest strength. There
are no weak spots and yet
tnere is not an ounce of super
fluous metal. They are made
for service and speed, and are
fully guaranteed. All styles
are the same price-$roo. A
handsome descriptive catalog
may be had for the asking.
GORMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. CO..
WASH INGTON. D. C.
$3 SHOE is m.
4S R0FNE CALF&KANGAROG.
.SEND FOR CATLOGI
Over One Million People wear the
W. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
AI our shoes are equally satisfactory
Thy give th btvaufor the mne
They e q a l c ursto mriho e s n s t l ea n f t .
w. J. soHNsoN,
7-3 Ridgeway, S.C.
3. J. QUATTLEBAUM, D) I) 9
pose to close out my en
ses' and Children s Slip
:ash and cash only. All
s offer is only for the
o,M. - ager.
I am authorized to sell a limited
number of Farm Rights for the use of
the celebrated Boss Patent Tanning
Process in this County. You can tan
at home by this safe, quick,!cheap and
reliable process. Fcr particulars and
terms apply to
9-12-im J. E. McDONALD.
I WILL offer for sale at public out
cry, before the Court House door
in Winnsboro, S. C., on the first Mon
day in December (being tbe 2nd day),
between the legal hours of sale, all
that tract of land lying west from
Winnsboro, known as the Park, con
taining Twenty-two Acres, more or
less, and bounded by lands of Dr.
T. B. Madden, A. B. Cathcart and
The Council reserve the right to re
ject any or all bids.
By order of Council:
9-14td J. A. HINNANT, Clerk.
STATE OF SorrIr CAROLINA,
Town of Winnsboro.
Be it enacted and ordained by the
Intendant and Wardens of the town
of Winnsboro in Council met and by
the authority of the same:
That all persons who are convTcted
of violating any of the ordinances of
the town of Winnsboro may be re
quired in the discretion of the Inten
dant or Council to do hard labor on
the streets of said town.
Done in Council this the 12th day
of September, 1895, and
[L. s.] withb the corporate seal of
the town affixed.
JAS. W. H ANAHIAN,
Attest: J. A. IssAr, Clerk.
IS IhEREBY GIVEN THAT AP
plication will be made at the next ses
sion of the General Assembly for
amendments to the charter of the Cape
Fear and Cincinnati Railway Company
authorizing the building of the road
tothelimitsof the State, either through
Greenville or Anderson, as the Direc
tors may determine, crossing interven
ing Counties, and from near Camden
to the North Carolina line in the direc
tion of Southport, N. C , crossing
intervening Counties, and to change
the name to the Southport and WYest
en Railroad Comnpany, together with
other general amer:dments to the said
G. II. McMASTERi,
J. C. CA LDwELL, President.
Secret ary aind Treasurer.
COLUMBIA FEM kLE COLLEGE,
coUTu, S. C.
Full elective and degree cours?s.
Fifteen Departnmnts of Instruction.
Ale Faculty of Specialists and dis5
tinguished corps of Lecturers. D)e
lightful giounds. MagnIficent build
ings, on which $12,500.00 expended
this year improving and enlarging;
well furnished; equipped with all
modern appliances. Labratory; So
iety Halls; Gym naciin; elegant
Stllio;; Library w d IRiading Rooms;
Telesccene; ,' w Clhenical 9.cd Phvsi
cal Appara ' All rooms well lur
nished, e .rpeted and lighted with gas-;
hot and cold bot::s on every floor; hot
water heat; R ek-Smnead closets;
PFURE CIs-rN W.\TERI'; Tennis Courts;
Industrial Home, reducing board to
$75 a year. Telephone; Electric Bells.
A number of Scholarships. Fall term
begins September 20. For further in
formation, apply to
REV. JOHN A. RICE, A.M.,D.D.,
SOUTH CAROLI1JA COLLEGE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Session begins septernber 24th. Ten
regular Courses with DJiplomas. Special
Courses, with Certificates. Board, $8 a
month. Total necessary expenses for the
year (exclusive of traveling, clothing, and
books), from $113 to $153. Women ad
nitted to all Classes.
For further informnation, addre.ss the
7 27tilQcti .JA MES WOODRtOW.
URVEYING; DONE ANDjSOLICI'P
t k)d by
Another lot of white, black
Also a nice line of fancy Dimi
a, beautiful and cool waist for s
Wool Dress Good stock is
A new lot of Zeigler Bros'.
lso low price and medium Oxf
ot of Gents' Oxford Ties, Bla
Leather, which we are offering
Fresh Flour, Meal, Molass
:ugar, Coffee, Tea, Spices, I
oap, Starch, Soda, Crackers,
Triumph New Irish Potatoes
Call on us. Respectfully,
J. N BEA']
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,
oeranian White Globe,
omeranian White Globe,
Poeranian White Globe,
Solden Ball, or
Be certain to call on me be
ore purchasing elsewhere.
E,S8F. HM. FBNHIT
AND SALE SABLES.
I STILL H AVE ON HAND.
FEW GOOD MARES.
1 FE W BUGGIES.
. FEW SECOND-HAND WAGONS
A FEW MILCH COWS,
I will sell cheap for cash or exchang
.hem fot dry cattle.
Winnsboro, S. C.
Burial Cases and Caskets.
TE UNDERSIGNED has a full
lin o the latest designs in
BURIAL CASES AND CASKETS,
at moderate prices. Orders filled
promptly, night and day, at the old
stand. Thankfui for past patronage,
I ask for a sbare of it in future.
Uearse furnished whben ordered.
11-Gtf T. M. ELRT,T,' SR.
ind fancy Ducks just received.
ty. Our fancy Jackonet makes
now offered at cut prices for
Ladies' Shoes just received;
ord Ties. We have a small
ck and Russets, and Patent
es, Lard, Bacon, Grits, Rice,'
xtracts, Evaporated Apples,
Y & BRO.
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send for a Catalogue.
J. B. sHEARER,
"PRD OF FIfRFED"
Sired by Imported Wash ngtonl Par
rot (which cost owner $2,000), 14i
hands high, jet black with white points,
stylish, smooth, and proportionately
made, will serve a limited number of
mares at my place-"Fairfield Stock
TEMs :$10.00 to insure (with foal
7.00season without insurance
payable in advance.
5.00 single service, pay
able in advance.
W. D.D ,S
346 Montice?fO, S. C.
CR SURVEYING, TERRIACIN&
Leveling, Drawing, Etc.,