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Tues-.y. September 2. : . : 1895
Dr. W. fl. Wakefield.
Now Ready-Caldwell & ILuff.
WANTED.-COPiCS of the Tri-WCki.v
NEws ANtD IEALD of AugLSt 0
6,15 and 22, 1895.
WANTED.-A borse f.)r 1,s feed for
Sixty days. Addiess M. N. G., care
NEWS AND hERALD. adv
No SitvicEs.--There will be no ser
vice bt the A. I. P. Church next Sun
day Rev. C. E. McDonald, the pas
tor, will be attending presbytery at
READ! READ1 -Read the advertisc
ment of Caldwell & Rtff in this issue.
They are effering new goods in abun
dance. By examioing thtir advertisc
ment you will see what they have and
will most likely fitd what y;u want.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
EPwonTr N E There will
be an entertainment on Friday night
for the benefit of the Epworth Orphan
age. Furth.r particulars as to place,
adMissionL fee &c., will appear in
Thur:day's issue. Ilelp the fatherless.
No COURT.--The adjournimeit of
Court put quite a number of wiftiezses
and jurors to the incouvenience of
comi-g to.Courz for no purpose. The
witnesses and jut orF; as is the custom
for the civil business, always come the
second wet k; but tLis t:ime the Judge
was gone. Those who cane wve s pai
milesge at.d (ne day's pay.
CLEARED $400.-Tbe ut -roce2ds of
the WomeWs State amounted to $400.
This is a good beginning in the way of
profit for the first attempt to rana
newspaper by the ladses. A profit of
$400 for a Lingle issue does well. We
would like to :esro s-tnething from
the ladies about money-making in tll
OuR CorioN ME.-.Winsb)ro a. a
cotton market is not behind Charlotte
or Cu!umb*a. As proof of this, cot
ton was quoted at both the above
named places at 7.65 on last Saturday,
while in Winnstoro it b:ought froin
760 to iM. Our buy(rs hei e bare gt
ten offers on hundred bale lots which
was lower than the cotton -was brivg
ing regularly on the market.
Tm W ATR SUPPLY.- The follow
ig is the report of the policemnu on
the water supply mieasuirCeiets taken
ot .Moicday morning:
Court-house cistern..........13 11.
Depot cistern......------1-4 S
Elliott's cistern.........---- 4
Neil's cistern......... ... .15 -
Millet's cistern............- 7
Phillips' cistern............. 11
gnminis' cistern.....-....-10 2
THE~ CROPS.-AWe bear reports from
ye ecfon that the <xtreme hot
weter is afincting cotton seriously.
We have never had such hot wtalther
at this season of the s ear in a'l the
records. It is not thought that cottoo
will make much over a half er.2p
One fa:mer of experienlce and who, is
a close'observer~ says his ci op will not
mlake ser 40 por <ent cf last year
lIe ofge s to take 55 per cent of his
last yecar's crop) for this one.. If the
price accs noGt hold rrp it will be a bad
s'ate of -ftir'; but the trice will
swir go u.p. Texas is put down for
eniv half erop by the Cotton Seed Oil
As ceiatioin, and Texas regulates the
price to a1- rge exten:t.
Miss tl.ora A. Jones, South Bend, Ind.
Pntzchasted a b >ttle of your "Bliushes"
of A. end, Cor. o.f Fi;th Ave. and
Madli-on St I fi,.d it delil tful. Will
g'di ncommend i: to ot hers.
- Fed M!. !Gbe'rl -,
Wi:ti. M!a an' Fit id & (' tI '-M-o
MIr i?ob. r s is ni t-t e 4sln 'nt w bo
mnany Il1d,. hull jgm em-r.t :' :er it',
who'haveo Itt chai-a d ji r .u nJ~u
NecMa tv: & ' *
tl: Lum'e wa int .n fron
<oui cel~ hadI i. t * s-td E
work will go) oi i s t' V
at:cr t his, ilud it u.'it! not .ikely be
more th-m two or thrt e weeks before
tl c.2nstim tion is cempleted. Mr.
Ragsdale sa-,s there is mere co::selv.
tismn and c nsider..tion1 in the conVen
tion than m'ght be imagined from re
ports conicertning the Bu:lecr County~
business. That the membeiLrs of both!
facti(ens c(nsid!er that r.s a kin'd of
E-gefield tight and do not al:ow it to
prejudtce them in d..ing their duty.
Mr. R?azsd&e returnetd on Motnday.
When you v'i-it Atlanta, ne Sture tca
call 'in mn: for anyti g in miy line,
whlica conisitS of the finest ef Wince.
L:qn *rs, C' am prgnes, Cigars, etc.
17 Marittta St., Atlan:a. Ga.
The 1)iscov~ery Saved H Is Lire.
Mir. G. Cailloutte, Drurgist, Ueavers
vii:e. i11.. savs: "To Dr. King's New D)is
overv I oive my life. Was taken with
La (rippe and tried all the physicians for
miiles about. but of no avaiil and was given
uipar'd told I could r.ot live. Itavmg~ D)r.
K~inmi' New Discovery in mry store I SCilt
for bott .. am~ regan iis umeand fron i t'
first began to get better. at:d after usint
three bottles was up and about az:un.
is v-or4th i's weight in ccold. -\ WC:V
keel, store or h:ouze withu it.", ;i a
trial bott.e at .McMaster & (X. )Dru'
Dr. ind .. .n.
returned to Wayntesboro, Ga.
Mrs. Lauderdale ia ret urned frOll
New Yor'k whe:c e we::. to pur
chase her fall goode.
Mr. T. W. L'a.uder,alc has reurini
from a t:ip of bu.in-ss and tha
combim:.ti-- e0 c a I n h
The Ladies' Aid Soci-ty, of the Fai
field Baptis Chnrch will ge Vean ice
cream festIval at the public !'hool
Loauc, ncar c: Fairdic!d Chureb,7o
the eveiiig o O:tobler 1, 1 at 9
o'cloce'%, to sh.ic the --uicI I- 2ira
are :esp.etfull:3 inv ed
Midd!letoy-n School or 3:T'-*4C
We h 've rceive' the annio"IcenI t
of the I',; vc 6,: h Mr. W.
Ab612,mil)>unarried Miss 1lln 1 Ilion
of ths.Q plawe, is icctor of tIe Sch:)
whic isIClAtcd at Middl own, C -
nect'cut. Mrs. Abell i; a mnenber Lof 1
the faculty. An efi.it and experi
enced corps of teachers havc been con
nected wilh the instZtAtiluioNv, which
makes it a great feature in musical
education. ir. ad M. Ablws
mwical ta'etl i- Of Ith highest ad the
institution wl! ucceed.
WX21 inn<oro must be a goe d .o'lon
mnrket. Th-e are seveal new men
in here. Below we give a fa Li of
;I re-ul.-r buver:
J. E. Oats b)uy) for IIe..th, Sr ii
H. .E. K'un buys fr Sa-nle:s, I
rr & Co. t
S. 0. Walker buys for Adams & Co.
11. S. I lic, with Captain Cureton,
buy on their own account, viz., for
T. J. Curcton & Co.
E. Millett buyv. for I.. J. Met'C
J. E. Coan bu s for J. IL. S'oan
Ja-. A. Br:(c bays for 0. P. Ifeath
J. N1. 'St--wart buys for 1. T. Fcve IFU
D. A. Crawford buys oil hi.; owi;
MEC.IM T UYERS.
J. F. McMaster, W. C. Ia:y, IL. Y.
Turner, W. R. DoIy & Co.. Jno. . t
Matthews, A, B. Cathcart, Ke
Mercantil': Co., ). Lauderdale.
UPPER LONGTOWN ITE~M.
LoxuTowX, S. C., Sept. 21.-The
xceedm:rly warm anLrcwahr~
we are no)w having has gimo5t ruined
tir3 col tonl crop. Nearly all of the
un:a' ured Ienit on it h-is fallen1 off or
wil fail. Half grown bolis are ope:n
ing toz, and if the weather continues
dry much longer the entire crop wi!l
open .in the next three weeks. I
Mr. E. II. IIarrison lef t on1 Mor-d:av
for Nashville, Teun., weere h3 will re
sume his studies at Vauderbilt Uni
Miss Anna Harrison left on Thurs
day fir Asheville, N. C., where she
will attend school.
Miss Martha II rr'soe, of IRdge-.vay,
is visiing in Longtown.
for Winnsboro, where he has .ezured
a pos:ui-> as cleik with Mr. J. D).
McCarey. E itD
Children Cf.y for Pitchef's Castofia,
SATU1UDAY IN TIIE CON VENTION.
rj hi. was an "oft' dayv" in the Con
vnon. So many members were ab
sent, that there was barely a quornm.
ImaCjiat.ely after cIlling the Con
vetion to order, Governor Evans ad
dr sd a fe w remrarks to the b>ndy.
ie aid he de-ired to :bank the Cot'
v,in for the re-s lution it hadl pased
Iin the miatter if the Tote on Mlcnday
te1 ri y d b2e hop d tit h0 won d
evr condIuet himii elf -O a12 tO meri:l
d';c.i with t!.e chirma1n12 on an
i-e. I:Iss :i:ns ' f. T: chiir hi.d :o
t d.re :ba t) be g.ver;ed b
:2i i.:s a d the :u!cs If eqU V n
''I11 12. *,n:1lne s wecr.: i.tro
B. Mr. Uate.-: To exemp. re
axati n $8300 of the property of everyI
w jdow with a famijly dependentL upo1n
e and1( of ertry disabled Conifederat'e
oldier- trUvWid SUCht widow or
odirdoes not own property to a4
g rreatcr amo0u:st thi ' 1 000I~.
Uy Mr. Co::nor: To tIx the term
a12 S!ate: and cUni.'y oIlie:ers (excep
j-tis of the Supreme iC.u: I)a
fou years U , andi. makeI t''emI ine*ligbl
to or l0 ection; :n- to p:ovie o r -
biiel s:sions of the Leissure.
By Mr. McM:;han ; To i rohiNt -
vocs i this Sta-e, b:,t to 0e 2CCiz
htIs? grai te ill 0 lwr StaC '.
Bv Mrt. Gi;:a d: To na1:he the cf
t easurr (lct2ive by :he pe'1'e. r
tle trml oIf four yeari5
A 1umberC of meaure w2f seV2: repa'
ed unfavotah12 1iaong them1 Otr laan
ces t<r t':. folowing ob;j.ct': TPo pro
ibit te in1termsiag~ iie of 2)' r-ons of
dffee:.t races; to chang~e the basis o.
represe'tionl of the cou:ncs ini te
Le C~'i auure; to ngn-ire mrarriatgel
co 'e t oI p:evenIt pri''.- uie.ht-ng; to
ablnteremnady dis:r fcS r the
co:e i 1o IlnS; 10Od the 2: liabi.it
tpont: ~ -manc tJO toIIre !lhe pubtlic.
hr: to emablAh 0. barau of la"L -a
ve :1m:ure= wer:e favorab'ly re
thLe comuiRmtce .saing in each
nUne, that they had ieer. embodied
pr;aute s.:tions of he CoAsti
ution. Among these mcasures arc the
To f&rid the pnylijg of sal.irics
Mer c de:sh of the cfaler; tu lAi the
if mI e: 1 hers r, the L-gis!at are at
av. wi:h mitgc: to ab li It
tM ol der in I1mda alienctd byh the
lukand in ia lift! mHO : to prohibit
.pei a'l lei!M in11.
Th convento:: ndjonrc1 till "11
if ther 2::r-0et
COOL WAVE COMING.
WErxul:1 B;g:. Washuing, Sept.
.--The. hAi wave wi!! W bukeii
onc tinio twilorrIw, probbUy in the
Sftrc':oon, in Chicagc, R. Louis, a'd
n1 the S:atcs of tile upper Ni1si:sippi
ai!cy, can'ral )iississippi Val>y., upper
ake region, northwest Texa, Arkan
aS and :he western portioj of TennsC
ce and Ktucky and ctem Mrine
ota. A Aecided zn suRden tall in
co aeratwre of lnt AS 1in tiR!y
l-fJ v ,! be iblred i:1 iby h:av)
hw dthr m:orms an.d rA-n, f-jl:uW: (I by
r . r of co:! wcathr.
* Wil L. Moore.
1N 'ONE FOOT 1 E EI.
:AMI, W o. Sept. 22.- n cui
i-:.xio -i.:-ted hu-re Friday with
revc - -e ae.tiBoling a!l dY and
ight: ! : .,,.pa. ;,d by snow. La t
ight the 1 l.- a'ur dropped below
reezi'g s.e nov fell al
alit ant lat:cd until to-ngbt. The
cath-:r i- now parcly ea i wiu a.
emp.ratue of d-e ab:ve z:r.
Iilly a foot of snow fell on the lev11
,hicl forvmd into drifts me.king travel
iA.cnit. The exerssve molsrc i-,
tal to crwps which thc balmy weather
ad indued delav i harven11ing. S.t
!ers have not sei . svere a blizzard
curc I:- Ileclac-w.
Isa r-v:-tY , a. 1 . forms of i'cada e":
:>430r Mits !I.) to be th - Very
st. U'ifc"s . poroianent ec."e and th"i4
- ost * tl bii L:tual sie l: -:dlch s I
-eld tL Ii' 1:inv:wc e ur.c all NVh
re al tu pro-uri m bottle, aind gi
is --n:n-: fair t.L' . In ( s:- of labit.
al - c: .~io 1!Wtrie itt s cncs by
ivn Lt :e,e to!:c 'to the o res ail.
i .sI . L s 1L lt 1, c: t 0 I's bor, l, 111
w d:se b,:g e:-st ue of thuis med
TrI ito h : t
ty via,n at ae'Ise Col.-s Dru-.
:% En Ts n:.o nv in m.w Wurld :mr tuoo,
-3. . -.. e:, at : eu .Few.:
hen ]Taby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
rhea she wasa Child, she cried for Castoria.
Then she-came 11,s, she chng to Castor. n
Thn she Lad Childrev, she gave thim Castoria.
DR. W. H. WAKEFIELD,
Charlotte, N. C,
Will be in Winnsboro, at the Winasboro
ofl, on1 Friday, October 4th, one day.
is practice is ilmited to the Eve, Ear,
se r.nd Throat. I 24-W
r'j \AIm AGAIN PREm?AID TO
n'i:-gol alte !ong tim'e loans <mn fant
.1. E. MeLDONA LtJD,
W. D2. DOUG(,. s-, or
Thcetinh Dr&atmnt o
Sor, howgevert and the
::ccee)! Liet A tssance
cir Special Redgent, 0
T kThs ter oe care - fitte
,g ors\VI somebd tfis 0
- ----- -~ ''t2 I - jon
yong -' vr antlS
I% PPE RE
From this date I pro
tire 'ine of Ladies', MNIi:
pers at COST. for the
goods charged at regu
Now, remember th
J L. MEN
School Notice .
T ii E NEXT SESSION of MT. ZION
:icol will be;in t n 0 1onday, the :'CIIth
ay of September.
Tuition in Co,legiatQ Deparitr.cIt:
Iigher English......$1.00 per month.
cCeGifie.............1 50 per mouth.
1:Isic.l ..............-2.UO per imonti.
No charge for tuition in Commo3
chool Departmen t.
J. C. CALDWELL,
S5tilOct1 Chm. Board Trutees.
RIDGEWAY THIfH SCHOOL,
lum):nWY, s. C.
, . STRODE', ('niversity or Vir;ginia)
Dfers cours:s in Latin, Greek, Matht
LaesC, German, Elocution, and the Comn
Oi School branches.
Th'oroughi Colnege prep)arationI. Terrms
>deate. Next ses~sionl begins Septemn
ri 9, 189">. -22-im11
The best 63.00 Men's Shoes on the
Made from tannery caliskin, dongola
tops, all leather trimmed, solid leather
soles with Lewis' Cork Filled Soles.
Unequaled for beauty, fine workman
ship, and wearing qualities. Your choice
f all the popular toes, lasts and fasten
Every pair contains a paid-up Acci
dent Insurance Policy for $100, good for
Wear Lewis' Accident Insurance
Shoes, and go insured free.
Sold 1- W. PR. DOTY & CO.
iin bicycle build ing. In them
7 te,lestpossible weight of~
material is arranged to give.V
thc greatest stren gth. There
are nio weak spots and yet
there is not an ounce of super
4fluous metal. They are made
~for service and speed, and are
fuly gularanteed1. All styles (
are the same price-Groo. A W
handsome descriptive catalog
may be had for the asking.
GC25ULLY( a IEFFERY ?!G CO.,
W.ASH1NCTO. D. C.
T* $3.5POUICE,3 SotES.
OS -ExTnAFNE .
- ' ' s.y.B0yscHaa!.SHaES.
-S END FOP CATALOGUE
Over Oune Million People wear the
. L Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
our shoes are equally satisfactory
Tey gve the best value for the monex.
Try equai custom shoes in style and ut.
heir wearing qualities are unsurpassed.
'the prices are uniform',--.stamfped on solo.
iron si to $3 savedc over other makes.
If yr dealer cannot supply youv:e can. Sold'o3
-- idlgeway, S.C.
J. QUATTLill'A UM,h D )
pose to close out my en
ses' and Children s'Slip
cash and cash only. All
is offer is only for the
0,- - Mager.
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, quicl,Lcheap ahd
reliable process. Fr particulars and
terms apply to
9-12-1n J. E. McDONALD.
IWILL offer for sale at public out
cry, before the Court House door
in Winnsboro, S. C., on the first Mon
day in December (being the 2nd day),
betwcen 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. Bi. Cathcart and
The Council reserve the right to re
ject any' or all bids.
By order of Council:
9-14td J.'A. IIINNANT, Clerk.
ST.ATE OF SOUTH 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 convicted
of violating any of the ordinances of
the town of Winnsboro may be re
quired in the discretion of the Inten
dlant 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.] with the corporate seal of
the town affixed.
JAS. W. H IANAIIAN,
A ttest: J. A. IIINAT, Clerk.
IS I!EREBY GIVEN THAT AP
plication will be made at the next ses
sion of the General Assembly for
amendmnent a to the charter of the Cape
Fear and Cincinnati Railway Company
authorizing the building of the road
to the limits of the State, either :hrough
Greenville or Anderson, as the Direc
tors may det erminte, cross~ing interven
ing Counties, and from near Camden
to the North Carolina lire in the direc
tion of Southport, N. C , crossing
intervening Counmies, anad to change
the name to the Southport and WVest
ern Railroad Company, together with
other genteral amc-dments to the said
G. II. Mc11ASTERI,
J. C. CA LD)WELL, Presiden t.
Secretary anid Treasurer.
COLUMBIA F'EM ILE~ COLLEGE,
CottMr.A, S. C.
F~uill elective and degree Cmrses.
Fifteen Dcpartmecnts of Instruction.
Atice Faenlty of Speciali-ts and dis
tingui-hed corps of Lecturer:.. D)e
light ful gr ounds. }Isznlficent build
ings, on which S12,500.00J expended
this year improving and enlarging;
we!l furnished; erquipped with all
modern appl iances. Labra tory; So
ciety Halls; Gymna;iumn; elegant
Studio. ; Library 'ndi Re~adin~g Roomis;
Telese.me; ; e": .aem~ical and Physi
cal Appari --all rowns well fur
nised, e .rpi..ed and lighted with gas;
hot and cold bati s. 'n evcry floor; hot
water heat ;I'N ce- mcad closets;
PURE C:I5'rERx N A.T-c.n; Tennis Courts';
Industrial slome, reducing board to
$75 a yea:'. T<lephone; Electric Bells.
A numnber of Scholarships. Fall term
beginis September 26. For further in
foratin, apply tot
REV. JIOHN A. RICE. A.M.,D.D.,
SOUTH CAROLIMA COLLEGE,
-COLUIA, $. C.
bession begins apte~mber 24th. Ten
regular Course:, with Diiplomnas. Special
Courses, with Certificates. Board, SS a
month. Total necessai y expenses for the
year (exclusivec of traveling, clothing, and
books), from 511:3 to S153. Women ad
mitted to all Classes.
For further iniformation, adldress the
7 2itilQetl .JAMES WOOD)ROW.
,UiW~i'NG DONF. ANUNSOLICITL
O-ltx: - .GAixRes RA PP
and 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.
IF YOU WANT to Keep
Abreast of the Times;
It contains all the latest improve
6ients up to date.
Subscription One Dollar a Year
The Charleston edition of
TIRE HOME SE RKR
contains a descriptive sketch of
all the coast region of South
Carolina, giving a full descrip
tion of all the lowlands of the
Price One Dollar,
or sent with SOUTHLAND one
ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS.
0. M. DEMPSEY.
1511 Main St , Columbia, S. C,
3-21-1y 17 95
and BUTTER COLOR.
TOILET SOAPS, Etc.
ICASER & CO.
DAVIDSON, N. C.
strctors, Aple Laboraries Apparat.a
Send for a Cat.logue.
J. B. sBEARER,
"PRID OF FARFELD,"
Sired by Imported Wash ngtsin Par
ot (which cost owner $2,000), 14i
ands high,jet black with white points1
stylish, smooth, and proportionately..
made, will serve a limited number of
mares at my place-"Fairfield Stock
rERMS :$10.00 to insure (with foal
7.00season without insurance
payable in advance.
5.00 single service, pay
able in advance.
~W. D. DAVIS.
-16 Monticello, S. C.
CR SURVEYING, TERRAClNC*
Leveling, Drawing, Etc.,
Apply tO T. M,BOULWAEE
7-Sil Woodward,. '.
Another lot of white, black
Also a nice line of fancy Dimi
a beautiful and cool waist for c
Wool Dress Good stock is
A new lot of Zeigler Bros'.
also low price and medium Ox
lot of Gents' Oxford Ties, Ba
Leather, which we are offering
Fresh Flour, Meal, Molass
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Spices, I
Soap, Starch, Soda, Crackers,
Triumph New Irish Potatoe
Call on us. Respectfully,
J. M. BEA]
After the first rain is youri
time to sow
Red or Purple Top,
Red or Purple Top,
Red or Purple Top,
Large White Globe,
Large WVhite Globe,
Large White Globe,
Ponmeranian White Globe,
Pomeranian White Globe,
Pomeranian White Globe,
Golden Ball, or
Be certain to call on mnebe
ore purchasing elsewhere.
MR. P. M. IIABFM I1JA.
AND) SALE SABLES.
I STILL HAVE ON HAND
- /\DQ Young Mules
)oUR\ O for Sale.
t. FEW GOOD MARES.
t FEW BUGGIES.
FEW SECOND-HAND WAGONS
t FEW MILCII COWS,
I will sell ceap for cash or exchang
bem foi dry cattle.
Winnisboro, S. C.
Burial Cases and Caskets.
THlE UNDE~RSIGNED has a full
n of the latest designs in
BURIAL CASES AND) CASKETS,
t mnodera:e prices. Orders ~filled
rop]r, niight and day, at the old,
tar.d. Thankful fo past patronage,;
ask for a share of it ini future.
Hearse furnished when- ordered.
11-ttf T_ M_ RT.TIOTT, SR.