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Thursda3, October 17, -
I ocal 2ret
-"Caroline" Sale at McMsier &
Co.'s drug store. adv
Rev. T. M. Dent will be absent for
about two ;i eeks. He goes to NasL
-Miss Bessie Steven,on will leave
for Rock li!l next wLek to attend the
gradtd schvo! at *hat place.
-If a lady should want a nice pock
et-book to carry her surpit,s this fall,
an article that she will not be ashamed
to carry, m.nd yet not expeniive, she
can stpply the want exactly by cx!ling
at Lauderdale's. adv
-Charley Jennings is engaged at
the Winnsboro- Drug Store. He fills
the va,ancy oa LLwr,ece Porter, the
former pill roller. With a litt!e per
sistency it is only a few until we will
have to say Dr. Jennings.
- Lawrence porter has accepted a
situation in the postoffice, taking the
place of Mr. Egleston who has gone to
Alab:.na Lawrence is characterized
by conrtesy, accomcdation and alacrity
and will make a first class public
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
FoR SALE OR RNT.-The dwelling
ormerly ocoupied by L. D. Robert
on. For particulars apply to
adv A. Landecker
BSTHEL PRES5BrTERY.-An ajourned
meeting of Bethel Presb% tcry will be
held in the Presbyterian Church at
-ek Hill kn Wednesday, Uctober 23,
at5 p um.
To STUDY MEDICINE.-Mr. Willie
Eglest-m left on Tuesday morning for
Coalburg, Alabama. He will s:udy
medicine there with a Dr. Lewis, at
the same time clerking in the drug de
MAsoNIC MEETL_G.-Au extra con
-munication of Wivenboro Lodge No.
11, A. F. M., will be he'd this (Thurs
day) evenirg at S o'clcck. The M. M.
degree will be conferred. By order of
the W. M. C. M. Chandler,
Staniley as an explorer, Edison as an
inventor, Miss Flora A. Jones as the (
discoverer of the FAMOTS BLIH OF I
ROSES for the complexion; are names
that will be handed down as benefac
tors of the race, to alh recorded time. c
John H. McMaster Sr Co. come in for i
their share (of the. profits) as they q
always keep a big supply on hand, and
sell it for 75 cis. per bottle. *t
LET US [JEAR FROM Yot.-On t
Monday evening Misses Susie Arnett c
and Be-sie Lyles left for the Winthrop C
Normal Cc:llege at Rock Hill. Mtss
Daisy IHamiton left o:n the morning
train of the same day. Fairaeld e.
pec:s to hear from these daughters of ]
hers at the examination, and feels no I
misgiving whatever as to t:le reast. 1
Faii field has neer ~tinaback _seat I
on school o: college eduicMion an d we
know these young ladies will suit dn It
the reputat ion.
Thme following is a list of unclaimed
letters remaining in the postoffice at
Winboro, S. C., August 26, 189.3:
Mr. Samuel Adams, Charly Brown,i
Miss Carrije Aubiue, Miss Regina
Evaus, Charles King, Miss. Maria
Black. Rbsa Western, Lizz-e Yongue.
Persons c dUing for the above let ters
will pleare sav h-it they are adver
A Sad Death.
From private advices we learned of
the recent death of Mr. Emmet,Bt
chanan. Hie wa~s a grandson of the
lae Mr. Calvin Buchanan, wh> went
Sf-rm Winnsboro to Texas before the
war. The you' g mnan's father, Mr.
John Buchanan, preceded him to the
grave several years ago. He was a
bright and promising young ma, and
lust arriving at an age to take the
-place of his lamente-l father. His
mother's t.eart yearred for him but be
was cnt oft and taken from her just as
vonng mia:hood was approaching.
N r. Calvin B.exan-mi, the: grandIfather
of the young~ mnan, was a brothcr of
D)r. Rl. A. Duachanana of our towo.
I.lis d -athm i- a hard b'o .v t ' h:s
wid!owed ui.o her andic she hmaa the
symp. ohr of~ all her frien I. Od t here.
The fire alarm was sounded about
11 o'clock on Wednxesday morning,~
and thxose warned .caw smoke protrud
ing from the garret windaw of the old
With ers boute, occ.2pied by Judge of
Probate S R. Johnston. This is a
very teld ho.use, and burned very rap
ily. The steam ei,ine had oomne
hd'ffculty in: getting up steam, but even
if the delay had nmot occu: red it is very
d oubtful it tile building could have
been saved. It burne,d to the ground
very rapidly, and by 12 o'ckek it was
gone; in fact beyon;d redemption
t wenty minutes after the alarm wa
given. Mr. Johnstona's household
effects, we are glad to say, were nearly
a I saved. Th., hou,.e i; m:sred in the
Ilome In urans e Co.npanay for $1,000;
l.,.;s $1 .500, s:pproximately. Mr. John
s on had n'o u,sutance' I .ss ab >ut $200.
The Baptist Chu cli parsontage caught
c - o t s~ce, but was so ,n put out.
The. II:m inc nuraLnce C'omp-)tt is
rep esen-el by J. C. taldwell.
m- . A r tae~ L a e
T;;L. Bri NALVI. in U't- wvur:d 10 ( U *.
-m-WrE OAK Citips.
W11i!' Oak, Oct. 1G-With a few
more v ceks ot good weather the cco
tUN crop wil be gathered. 'lhe crop
will be about one-hal: i thi; section
and is bilhging top prices.
Tu:-nips owi I dring th: dry wei-th
er is coming up sitbe the rein.
Mr. It. A. Itrick and bride have
returned from Atlanta. They iceprt
a plea ant time.
Miss Maggie lamnitoa returned
home Friay from a vi-it to Winn
Dr. T. C. Pa; rick left Tuesday for
Baltimore to resume his studies foa the
A series o neecting have been in
progress at ithe A. It. P. Church. Rev
Mr. Smith was assi6ted tby Rev. Mr.
A negro child was burned to death
last week at Adger's. It was locked
in the house whil.- the parents were in
We are glad to see the cotton mill
fever breaking out in Fairfield. Build
the factory and then the railro-d.
Keep the ball roling.
With the exception of a few (Ises
f chills and fever tha health of the
ommunity is go-d. o. P. J.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
AN OLD SOLDIER GONE.
Mr. Editor: It is late to be mention
ng the death contained in this letter,
)at in order that the old soldiers of the
te war may know, I send noti,e of
1h. death of one of their comrades.
t may be of service as a camp record,
Iich I suppose will be gotten up as
amps are being formed all over the
itate, and the record should be kept
O- the 27th of August last Mr.
doses Craft, a battle.ecarred veteran
md good citizen of this community,
fter a lingering illness, peacefully
losed his eyes in death to awake, as
re have the fullest assurance, in that
iaven of eternal rest where sorrows,
Ifictions and the turmoils of war are
anknown Mr. Craft was originally
:om Richland County, and wat born
ity-seven years ago. le enlisted as
Canfederate soldier in Company G,
eventeenth Regiment, commanded by
fol. Capers, which regiment he gal
mltiy followed throughout the war,
nd with i shared in many a bloody
onflict, as was amply attested by the t
umerous scars he bore upon his per- t
m. IIe was r-ounded thrce different
mes in the head, was shot throught
oth legs, and in the battle of Chicka-t
auga.he had a finger shot off. Some
f these wounds were of a very seri
us natmce, anid always gave him more
r less t.tonble arnd pain, and doubtless 1
-ought about the diacs whi--h finally
nded his life.
Mr Craft was a mne:nbar of Concord
'resb1 terian Church, and he adorned
is pi-ofession by a zealous, Christian<
ife. During his long illness, which ]
~as at times very painful, he never <
rmured but bore it with the great- I
st pi.ence and fortitude, and when
e eseager of death came it found<
kim ready fer.the summons. L. I. i.
Woodward, Ot 15, 189%.
Thildren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
BLAKSTOCK, S. 0., OC-r. 15, 1895.
Misses Ida Dye and Reatrice Mills
eft this morning for. Rock 11ilt where
hey will enter the Winthrop Normal
ud Industrial College. Judging from
e number of students that passed
lere yesterday and today, that insti
ution will open with a full attendance.
nd right here I would say tbat the
~olored people are not to be outdone
tithe miatter of education, and more
olored people than whites have left
his place lately to attend institutions
f erning. Stick a pin in right here
d tell your representative in the
~onstitutional Convention to think
cd and seriously when the suffrage
)i.l c mes up, based on an educational
There is a lull 1i. the cotton bu.iness
ut now. The advance ia price has
m ced ln its march, but perhaps it
s only to gather reinforcements for a
resh advance. The farmers are hold
.g back waitinig to reap the benefits
)f that change. The result is doubtful,
e: to a man up a trre. there is not
tiuch prospa .t for any furt her advance
Miss Pet Mackorell bandles the scis
iors ad yard-stick for G. L. Kennedy
Mr. S. D. Mobley is the first and
mnly visitJr from this place who has
ttiended the Atlant Exposition, and
he is rather reticent as to the bights to
be seeni there.
Jao. R. Craig says if a "cotton
buyer" means "ona who buys cotton,"
that he is not ini it, having niot bought
a bale, but he says this is the year :hat
"he buys best who buys laet," and
that he wvit yet have to set the other
buyers the pace. n. E. Rt.
tate of Ohio, City of' Toledo, a
FRANK J. Cmr.;nY makes <(atti that
b is the seni or iaiier of the firmn of
'. J. CHENEY & o., doing buSiness in
the City of Toledo, C,.unty anid State
atoe-aid, and chat said ti- mn will pay
the sum of ONE HUND)RED DOL
LAS for~ each and evtry case of
C 'atarh that cannot be can.d by the
se of [lLirs C.vAARn CURE
LSEat ~1 A. W. G LEAMON,
Hal's Catai rh Cure is taken inter
ali and acts directly on the blood
acd mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for te4timnonial5. free.
F. J. CHEN ET & CO.,
rir .1.1 hy Druggists 75c.*
]UCKITEAD NEWS. .
BucliE.D, S. t., Oct. 12, 1S95
The go-ml corn crops, good pea crops
(but I hele is soic comiplaint of the
latter i;ot being so gcood) and the
vood hay crops and g,ood wather for
gathering all of tLese are cau;cs for
gr.at rejoicing of the people, aid will
ad] a'so the great imprevi d i ic. of
cotion helps the soil-tillers much. I
thiik when the reop!e are blessed
again with the free remonetization of
silver it will greatly further help the
peop!e in the "good time coming."
In reference to capital punishment :
which I trust the most wise and merci
fil men of our convention will pass
an ordinauci on, and cause it to be
abolished. If any satie man in our
Stati owns a vicious animal of any
kind that kills one of its speces does
he kill it? No indeed. Now are the
people going to be better to the brute
creation than themselves? The pel:
petrators of the worst crimes are
nearly all of an age, that if put to I
work with close confirement and at
ten.ion are able to make a good living
for themselves and assist in making
some reparation to the nearest of kin
of the one omthose injured and to the I
State for confining them.
I now make a few~ lines of Genl. I
(r\v's speech: "Gen. Hampton had
oumiandd Butler, Conner and myself. 2
We entered the war as captains under
im as colonel in the IIampton Legion.
1-e caine on of the war a lieutenant
ecne al and c mtinued to rank all of
ua. I did ii.-t- 1elieve that Kershaw '
and Connm -ine Butler and mysely S
could hzv- a --eed upon any one man,
but I believ. hat we all would rally I
under Ianpon. Af:er the conver
ation Gov. Hamptbn and myself P
joined Gen. Kershaw and Gen. IIagood. f
announced to them Gen. Hampton
ad consented-if nominated to run
n the straightout tizket for governor."
The above is taken from the Statc
>f October 8th. It was delivered in S
Edgefleld in 1878 by Gen. Gary. It s
s worth reproducing in to to for the
-esders 1>f TiH NEWS AD HERALD.
rhe most striking of his speeck came
>efore this (Sslesday in January,
L876.) He took the ground that all
)f the failures to redeem the State and
)reak up radical rule had been due to I
he fact that we had not appealed to
be white man as a' white man, that
ie would respond to no other call -
ith enthlusiasmn. Three cheers to Ti
.ens. Gary, Butler, Hampton and re
CHE NEWS AND 1ERALD. re
J. C. F. |W
FEAST ERVILLE NEWS.
Mr. Editor: I Will again after a I.
ong interval wrioe a short article ga
rom this scetion. The farmers are
:etting along very well picking cotton. is
ome of our be-t farmers do not think Fe
here will be more than a half cotton
rop made this year. In some fields a
here it has been picked out closelym
erd is very little to open. I venture gc
e assertion that there will be about in
ixty per cent of an average crop of
otton made. The corn in this sec;ion ar
very good. The pea crop h;s beetn co
~adiy damaga d by the recent dry
rether. There was a good deal of fr
ugarcane planted in this sectien :his a
rear, consequently those who ow,
mec mills have been quite busy. te
lotwithstanding the short crop or
totton the farmers are mnoie hiopefulI
ian they have been for some years on
Lecount ~of.the advance in the price of re
With the (xception: of chills aind TI
~ever the health of the community i-i ta
o:erably gyod. ac
Tere~ was a pleasant entemt.inmen; in
tiven some time ago at the Crosby t
[stitute in honor~ to Miss Mamnie of
aior, one of Winnsboro's moste.
edtifull and accomplished young QI
adies who has been visiting relatives ne
md friends in the community. 11cr 31
nany friends wo.utd be glad to have
aer in our midst again itn the near
eat u r.
Miss Mary Cro=by, one of Feaster- it
rilles most besutiful and popular su
ong ladies, lelt on the 28th ult. for h
Spartinburg where she will- attendD
onverse College. Her many friends s
wish her much success in her collegiate fr
Mr. W. J. Keller. one of Fairfield's el
ost accomplishied teachers, is teaching N
school near the residence of Hon. ci
. Y, Lemon's. M~.r. Keller is well g
iked by both pupils and patrons. m
We congratulate the patrons in their b<
election of one so eminently qualified R
to teach the young idea how to shoot.
There was an entertainment at Mr.
V. J. Keller's on the night of the
otth inst. which was very' much
mj>vyed by ali present.
MIs. Mary Pool and Miss Maie
A Pysician Prescribes Dr. Miles'
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Eikhart, Ind.: -
My daughtcr Mattle, aged 14. was afficted
last spring with St;. Vitus danco and ner
vousness, her entire right side was numb]
and nearly paralyzed. We cnsulted a phy
sician and he prescr~ibe :r e' Rsoa
f "t n I o tiksci nieycrd
Knx., an 5 '9. I.W ISETR
Phsiciansh prescribed Dr. Miles' Restora
becaue heyn Sre known tre bttelesul beoe
te lowny praie anso ixperoence nt.o
terhtshe ebegs o hirmprovession,
f:tand are o thieulk compou nti ued. xei
Mls' hrsrin,as tau iebtls of this prcice.
biles noo onh hel Hear a~ynd r. Dr
Mioes Med.can. Co, 'Elkhart,W Id.ETE
Phscasprsrb r Miles'Rcmdies Retr elh
STUPENDOUS STOGK TO SELECTFRO]
Ready in all Departments.
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF COLORED DRESS GOODS,
Black Dress Goods in all the latest styles, Serges, Henriettas, Cash
neres, Clay Worsteds, Tricots, and Flannels. A big assortment of
i all colors. Also Fancy Sackings for children. Something nice in
3lack Satin for ladies' skirts.
A full line of ladies', misses' and children's Hose. Some special
nducements in ladies' and gents' Handkerchiefs.
A Large Stock of Shoes,
ought before the rise. Can save you money in ibis department.
keep the celebrated R. : G. Corsets, the best made. The best
ssortment'of ladies' stylish Wraps you have ever seen in the Bor'.
MY LINE OF CLOTHING
as never more complete. HATS to please the old and young.
ome good values in gents' Underwear. Look at my line of Cravats.
you want a Trunk or Valise don't buy until you price mine. The
oorest man in the county can buy a pair of WOOL BLANKETS
om me this season and not miss his money.
Here is a stunner: A Silk Umbrella for seventy-five cents.
Country merchants will do well to price through my immense
J .L. MIMNAUGH.
. . WILLIFORD - - Manar.
or, after spen3inog a while with
tives and friends in this section.
:uri;ed to Winnsboro last week.
e hope to have tbern with us again
the near, future.
Miss Bessie Davidson, of North
rolina, is spending a while at Mr.
F. Pagan's, and is at present en
ed as assistant teacher at thel FALL OF 18952
Nr. Robert Slater, of Washington,
viitiug his grandtather, Mr. C. W.1
We wish ti.e parties above mentioned
)!easant sojourn in our midst.
rIaving been absent from the com
ing,''we have heard of the recent
lisposiion of Mr. M1. D. C. Colvin _____
o has been confined to the house
- several days. His many friends
graified to learn that he is again PATCLRYOTOSwh
or corzCoRoden;t has been absentbagin,ndIcamthaesh
nr the comrnunity for a short while,brgisoofrmyrenshsFa,
. if there is any' items of interest adgv yraoswyIpooet
at I have failed to chrooicle, I assure udrelalcmeios sflos
ur mnany reatders that it is not in
itional. it. R-. J. lt-u niesoko 3nrMr
)ld p)eople who require medicine to tebsns fA adnl
r.late the bowels and kidaeys will find Co
true remedy in Electric Bitters.
ifs medicine c oes not stimulate and con- 2d- rfrt iem red n
n no whiskey nor other intoxicant, but
s as a tonic and ,alt. rative. It acts negbsthbeef o te
dly on the stomach and bowel.s, adding ~ sepn euto npie
ength and giving tone to the organs, ahrta el u,i up
~reby aiding Nature in the performance thtalmgtavanppt
the functioras. Electric Bitters is an ?iyo euigbran
ellent appetizer and aids digestion.
People iud it just exactly what they 3d W
el. I rice nifty cents per bottle at Mc- e h dac aeo
ister & Co.'s Drug Store. * Sos adae n te
Two Lives Saved. l a i upyo ad
dr. hobe Thomas, of Junction ( ity, adtepoi hc h dac
was told by her doctors she had Con- vlbehrwtoncuoes,
niptiout and that there was no hope for
r, but two bottles of Dr. King's New hebgtintergoda
scovery emptetely cured her,,and she motafiscs.
ys it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers,
i Florida St , San Francisco, suffered
m a dreadful cold, apprcoachinlg Con- 4l.IWl ei h otnmre
m nption, tried without result everythi' rmsamgofns, aigfl
;e)tfen bought one bottle of Dr. King's pie-ontfre ti.Wl
w Discovery and in two weeks was alopyhgetcsprefr
red. He is naturally thankful. It is ct ed
lh resuts, of which these are samples,
at prove the wonderful efficacy of this
dieine in Coughs and Colds. Free trial B ueadcnutm rcso
stles at McMaster's & Co. 's Drug Store. BgigadTe eoevnby
gular size 50c. and $1.00. * buh hs eea otsaowe
Then Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla. A er ~ o ad
Then she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
Then she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
Thnsh a ~~lre,se aehe atoi.SURVIVOR
PATCUARTOIT HS. who
the l)welingbaousaind,prendeI cfaiT to hAv such.
9 26t T.bargainsI:oToffernt. fri4HenAds thisA Fall
an gv my 3easns 0hyICproos t
'r~o uuddredlanalFifcympetitors, asN folos:
ss, uriw ocupiaddbseM. WsT.be.convertedAf into
sS. hasrgodd dasb ing onderftorwind]up
igs othe. bursinasss ofESA. Madoad
negrs..u othe eitr the
IAT5 orr weep .ing reucio in $4 rices
Thygiathe than sell fout.ine m p,
th t eqall miht3 haveS se an~ opotu
hity weofn securing argnsaed
Tr.-hen thce e advanc~t2led oam son
Frmh: osaIIardwaren other ks
fyu deae carig supply o ecn. hand,b
in rilces eiiael aveus,
aretThleeb gettiGn r heiagos a fl
Madefro taner cafskn, onga iro sthartto feins pingul
shi,anwearinquaitis. ourchoce a lor pay ighest cahOre fore.
Evey ai cotansa pidupAec SaBel sur andil c nsutm prces o
den Isuanc Pliy fr lO goder aging aTisfre yout i bnu.I
90 days.ough the.is fueveral mohnth ago when
WearLews' ccientIn thney weratf roc iom prLie, and.
Su,cBLACKSTOCK , S. C.
emy N!rc. Obardc~. UL,ealrdw.
9 stt . K ELLI'IT Agnt
Another lot of white, black and fancy Ducks just received.
Also a nice line of fancy Dimity. Our fancy Jackonet makes
a beautiful and cool waist for summer.
Wool Dress Good stock is now offered at cut prices for
A new lot of Zeigler Bros'. Ladies' Shoes just received;
also low price and medium Oxford Ties. We have a small
lot of Gents' Oxford Ties, Black and Russets, and Patent
Leather, which we are offering as JOBS.
Fresh Flour, Meal, Molasses, Lard, Bacon, Grits, Rice,
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Spices, Extracts, Evaporated Apples,
Soap, Starch, Soda, Crackers, &c., &c.
Triumph New irish Potatoes in store.
Call on us. Respectfully,
J. M. BEATY & BRO.
W innsboro SOUTHERN RAILWAY Co.
Drug - Store.
Central Time shown between JacksonvlleO and
Just Arrived Eastern Time at other points.
Buist's Turnip Seed, Mason Fruit 0" ", 195. Daily Dqily Da2.V
Lv- Jacksonville . .... 620 P . 7:::IT0 a
Jasan elyTumblers. Lv.-Savannah ..... .....1041 p. 15
Jars and Jelly Tumblers._
Ar. Columb! .......... $30 a... 400 p
Lv- Charleston .... .... 00p ... 720 a
Ar. Columbia .... .....015p ...1105 a
Toilet Articles of all Kinds.
Trenton........85pi 25S p
--Johnstons . . . 45 a 310 p
Ar. Columbia....- U20 p 444 p
Lv. Columbia ... 450 a 450 a 505 p
Paints, Oils, Varnishes. " W ........601 a 60 a 605 p
Chester ...... ...... 658a 658 a 653 p
--"Rock Hill ..... 732 a 732 a 730p
Ar. Charlotte ... ... 82 a 825 a 8 20
46Danville ...... .... 30p 130 p12 00at
Best 5et. Cigar on the Market. n0
RicWahmnon ...9... 40 p 640 pI 602 a
Pipes and Tobacco. Nwok....60 2a23
Lamps and Glassware. ~ Piaepi. 5 5 5
Lv. aYhngtoWAN5Ta to1 aKe4ep
A contaitte.all.the.latest improve
ments up.....14op date.27
SubsCripton Dolla ato Y ar.Clmi. 2o2alO
Lv. Columb lumbi.......0a2p
Noreton....... 68 2p
L G.asniville ....... 76a34p
Ar. Columbia...... . 7a . 40
Abreast of the Tin~es Ar. Charleston.......10a . 0
Ar. Columbia ....... 10. 11
"A revntnh........ 56.40
RIEAD ~ "Jaensonsill.... .. 4
D Chsr. ......hngo &otwetrlLm
S ~ ~~~ 0 m~~~Arai.ihlil asnrho Charlotte...
________________ J aonville...... Yr; ls ufmn a
". Wasngton d ... tete nonSa
LW. .GNe Jork ....
TIlE R ME SEKER Shiladlphillie
all the coastWesiinngfoSo.t
Carolin, givin a fulldescr " Dnillae re eme....w hvea
Price One Dolar,CHOL BOOKS
or sent with OUThLANDToneOMnOITI....KS
ONEDOLAR NT)FIFY C . PENS,....
C. M. D1Li.MColumbia .. OD~S
A.Carlt o ....
..... o2 a ll... 4inds.
and 15.h.of.(1015 p .i.l..re1are t
...--ave1a 601 fe 5
fur l ~:~ ~c i-i......-few 6E58 T A 68E 63
I Scatand scent .-- boo 0 sen 62ree. 53
LALIG MULi~~. Patets tken troug Mu5n O. 9eceive
Will ii 1.r C*i ' o o ! ~ ev ~~t~O broght aily Daortiuly ewDahly
Bull nt.... 350 350 n 655 p
I ste . .... colors a 6 s o2 ne92 w
latest dsl ....a . 1115e cotacs 115adress
~~jn:.Auro ~. ,. UNC . ..... Rl3125p 155p 20