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NEWS AND H1ERALD.
FURLISHI) T RTI- WEEKLY
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A EWS AND HERALD CO.
W. 1) DouGLAss, Editor.
JAs. Q. DAVIS, Treasurer.
W. J. ELLIOTT. Business Manager.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Monda, . November 12, 8V5
Jenkinsville, S. C., Nov. 9, 1S95.
Moiasses - inoiasses! moiasses!. On
all sides I hear of an abundant yield
of sorghum, and with this lot of sweet
ness on hand we hope to be able to
correct all acidities, (of temper also)
and as Bill Arp says, "keep cahn and
serene" during the long winter months
on which we are now entering. I can
safely predict many candy pullings,
have hea: d o. some already, and t. the
averige lad and la-sie they are en
j yable oecsions, even though some
of them get "stuckup." I dare say
tbat you will say that I should have
reserved this'sweetened portion of my
communication for the last, kept it for
dessert, but it is sometimes allowable
to reverse the usual order of things.
The old hills of this 1 -cali:y have
been and are still resounding to the
merry songs of reapers as they gather
in the golden grain, cheered with the
thought of having a sufficiency for
man and beast the song of "harvest
time" shall again be sung.
The yield of cotton has agreeably
surprised some of our farmers. Some
time since they scarcely deemd it possi
ble that they would make so much as
Of course our little town is fully
sensible of the rIse in price of cotton,
and its merchants are hard pressed to
supply the demand for goods of all
A meeting of some days was held
here at Shiloh church a few weeks
since, The Rev. Mr. Banika, of Cedar
Creek circuit, did the preaching,
wvbich was quite imnpressiv-e and re
suited in the addition of two members
to the ehurch.
-Rev. J. Walter Dickson, presiding
elder of this district, was here on
Wednesday last and held the second
quarterly meeting at Soiloh during the
present ~year. Before proceeding to
--business he favored us with an earnest,
forcible sermon, bidding us, as Pu1
-did the Thessalonians to "rejoice e-er
-A het supper for the benefit of the
church w:s served by the lad:os of
Shiloh at the residence of Mr. C. B.
.Douglass on.the evening of the 23rd
- ot October; It was quite a success in
Mr. Schumpert and Miss Kate
Hunter, of Newberry, have been
visiting friends and relatives in tMis
Miss Madie Chappell came down
from Halseliville a few days since, on
heL way to attend a wedding at
Prosperity, Newberry Conty- She
will accompany the bridal party to the
*Miss Vivian Glenn has resumed the
teaching of the school taught by her
last winter atlWallaceville.
News has reached us of the death cf
Mr. Barr, nee Miss Kate Younginer, a
sister of Mr. T. P. Younginer, at her
home near Leesville, Lexington
county. Her marriage took place just
a year simee.
I may give yo-u my impr'essio-ns of
the Expositio-n in my next. T.
~means so much moare than
you imagine--.serious and
fatal diseases result from J
Strifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
4 .I fyou aseeering
I. out of, sorts, weak
and igenerzll'y ex
~1 hausted; slervous,
WfShave n'o appetite
ro and can't work, -
beginat once tak
ng the most relia
Brown's Iron Bit
ters. A few bot
lb. tles cure-benefit n
comes ~ from the Il
f eet/, a n d i t's,
SDyspepsia, Kidney and& !ti'ver f
Neuralgia, Troubfess e
Constipation, Bad Blood t
Malaria, Nervous afliments .
Women's complaints. 2'
A Get only the genuir.e-it has crossed red ~
lines on the wrapper. All others are sub-.
stitutes. On receipt of two:ac. stamps we -.
will send set of Tenr Beautiful World's 4
Fair Views a:nd book--free.
SBRoWN CH4EMICAL Co. SALT:Mo0RE U.
wi Wrr every:nan and woman in the United
States interested in the Opium and Whisky
habits to have one otrnm books on these dir.
eases. ddress B. , ooney, Atarts (ia.
,rowing Victory For Dr. :Robertson of
the Globe Phosphate Co.
. edmone Head ight.
The following telegram from Co
umbia explains itself, and will carry
oy to the hearts of our farmers:
Columbia, S. C,, Oct. 25.-The rail
oad commissioner today announced
ocal rates per ton en fertilizers on
ots not less than ten tons, tD go into
ffect November 2Sth.
They begin with twelve miles and
ander, the rate being $1, and add 10
:ents for each ten miles, the rate for
which is $2:50. From 160 and up to
60 the rate increases 5 cents a mile.
[n less than ten ton (or car-load) lots
the rates are 20 per cent. higher.
Joint rates from Charleston to stations
on A. &. S. and Air Line are $3.70
per ton in tea ton lots except at
common points. To stations on C. &
G. Blue Ridge, S. U. & C., the C. N.
3 L. and the P. R. and A. R. R., the
rate is $3.30. To stations between
Woodlawn and McCormick inclusive,
and to stations between Ora and Boca
inclusive, end to stations between
Barksdale and Mauldin inclusive, the
rates is $2.75.
Now, the praise for this triumph
and great victory is mainly due to Dr.
T. C. Robinson, of the Globe Phos
phate Company, and the farmers of
Son h Carolina will rise en masse and
call the Doctor's name blessed. Since
1690, Dr. Robertson has been at woi k
on the Railroad Commissioners to get
them to reduce the freight ra es on
commercial fertilizers, and his written
volumes in defense of his cause. And
not only this, but he has spent hundreds
of dollars printing and c reulating
petitions, and in arousing the farmers
to the importance of his demands.
He has gone before the Commission
and pleaded with its members to lower
the rates on fertilizers, showing that
South Carolina chacged more than any
state in the South, and all of this
money came from the pockets of our
farmers. Dr. Robinson even threat
ened, if the Railroad Commissioners
failed to give the people relief, that he
would carry the matter before the
legislature and see if he could not se
cure some action on the matter from
that body. But after five years of
vascillation and non action, Dr. Robert
son last week got the Commissioners
to take decided steps, and the above
order was issued.
Four Big Successes.
Having the needed merit to more than
mnake good all the advertising claimed for
them, the following four remedies have
reached a phenomenal sale. Dr. King's
New Discovery, for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, each bottle guara tteed; Elec
uric Bitters, the g eat remedy for Liver,
Stomach and Kidneys; Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, the best in the world, and Dr.
King's New Life Pills, whicn are a perfect
pill. All these remedies are guaranteed
to do just what is claimed for them and
the dealer whose name is attached here
with will be glad to tell you more of them.
Sold at McMaster & Co.'s Drug Store' *
For Over FIfty Years
Mus~. WINSLOW'S SooTHING SYRtUP has
been used for over fifty years by millions
of mothers for their children while teeth
in'r, with perfect 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
tle sufferer immediately. Sold by Drug
gists in every part of the world. Twenty
live cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
Mfrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
a'.e no other kind. 5-26tx1y
When Baby was ich, we gave herCastoria
When she wasa Child, she cried for Castorla.
Whe she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoia.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
118 GAnNETT ST.,
Between Loyd and S. Pryor Streets.
Within half block of two car lines
leading to Exposition.
By the day, week, or month.
MRS. E.- R. TU.RNAGE.
~WHEN YOU VISIT
You will find a
h.ich offers the publie good board
and comfortable arrangemtent it mod
Every. Fifteen Minutes
street Cars pass the door for the Ex
upper. Bed and Breakfast for:
MrsE. G. ~B. Rcberts'
No. 231 Whitehall Street,
10-15 Atlanta, Ga.
DELIGITFUL ROOMS. IIOUSE
d furniture new. H ave all modern
onvenienca.s. Gas, Electric Bells, hot
ud cold water bath rooms on each
.oor. Fare and all accommodations
.rst-class in every respect. Conveni
ut to all places of amusement. Im
:ediately on car line to Exposition.
Rates, $1.00 and S2.00 per day.
peiai rates to parties of six or more.I
MRS. J. J. BARNES,I
28 Whitehall St. Atlanta, Ga.
p SURVEYING, TERRACING
Leveling, Drawing, Etc.,
Apply to T. M. ROULWARE,I
for Infants an
T HIRTY years' observation of
millions of persons, permit us
It is unquestionably the "est
the world has over known. It i
gives them health. It will save
something which is absolutely .
Castoria destroys Worms.
Castoria allays Feverisness.
Castoria prevents vomiting S
Castoria cures Diarrhcea and
Castoria relieves Teething 'i
Castoria cures Constipation
easteria n.-utralizes the effects of CA
Castoria does not contain morphine,
Castorla assimilates the food, reg
giving heodthy and natural sleep
Castori is put up in one-size bottlE
Don!t allow any one to sell you any
that it is " ust as good" and "wl
See that you get C-A-S-T-0-I
Children Cry for P
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIFLD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
T. H. Ketchin, The Carolina National
Bank, of Columbia, and the Central
National Bank, of Columbia, S. C.,
vs. G. H. McMaster.
IN pursuance of an order of the
Court of Common Pleas, made in
the above stated case, I will offer for
sale, before the Court House door in
Winnsboro, S. C., on the .
:FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER.
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
public outcry, to tbe highest bidder7
the following described property, to
1. "All that lot, piece or parcel of
land, situate, lying and being in the
State of South Carolina, in the County
of Fairfield, containing
THREE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-SEVEN
Acres, more or less, bounded on the
north by lands belonging to the estat(
of Mrs. Sarah Pick-et t; on the east by
lands of WilliamE. Yongue and James
P. Cason; on the south by lands of
Richard Matchett and the estate of
Mrs. Jane N. Hollis, aad on the west
by lands of HI. L. Elliott, Mrs .ElizaI
Smith and Franik J. Smith.
2. "All that parcel or tract of land
n the Count y and State aforesaid, on
aters of Dutchman's Creek, waters
f WV ateree River, containing
ONE HUNDRED AND SEVEN ACRES,.
norc or less, bounded on the niorth by
ands formerly belonging to the estate
f Mrs. Sarah Pickett ; east by 3andst
elonging to Dixon M. Robe rts;n; on
he south by land formerly beloigin-g
o C. D Ford, and on 'the west, bya
ands of Richard Matrehett and James
3. "All that lot in the town of i
Winnsboro, in the County an~d State
onded on the north b.x extension of
airfield Street; on the east by Garden
Street ; on tbe south2. by lot s of Wil- 9
iam Woodward and.A F. Ruff, and
on the west by a ling- runing parallel
o Garden Street.'
"One-third cA and the balance in
oe and two ars with i,s:erest from.
he day of sya and secu: A' l.y bond:
f the pexhaser ac j mongage of the
premises so sold. Buildings to be in
ured sod policy assigned."
'Ie purchaser to p:ay for all neces
R. 11. JENNINGS,
Clerk's Office, C. C. C. P. F. C.
innsborp, S. (C., Nov. 8, 1895.
N PRIVATE HOU ISI
238 West Peachtne.. I
'I HIRD IDOOR FROM LI-EN
TREET, ON CAR LINE,. mniiway
etween Car Shed and (near) Esposi'
DR. A. B. PATTEK~SON.
URVEYING DONE AND, UMCITl
3 edby A rRF\
Castoria with the patronage of
to speak of it without guessin -
remedy for Infants and Childrean r
s harmless. Childron like it. It
their lives. In it Mothers have
.fe and practically perfect as a
rbonic acid gas or poisonous air.
pum, or other narcotic property.
lates the stomach and boweUs,
only. It is not sold in bulk.
thing else oni the plea or promise
11 answer every purpose."
....... -Is en every
STATE OF SOTT CAROEINA,
COUNTY OF FA RFIELD.
COURT OF CO.iM1ON PLEAS
The Winnsbo., National Bank vs.
George S. Iii uant, Harriet M. Iliu
nant, James A. +~..rke, William P.
Gibson. and .laineF Turner and An
urew M. Timm.rs copar:ners under
the firm nom cf .J;. Turner & Co..
tN pur uanc. of un order of the
L Court of Commonni Pleas, made in
the above s'ated case, I will offer for
sale, before the Court Uouse door in
Winnsboro, S. C., on the
FUST MONDAY IN DECEMIBER
'et. within the legal hours of sale, at
pubic outcry, to the highett bidder,
the fvlowi:i described property, to
"All that certain plantation or tract
of land, ot which Daniel Frazier and
Nancy Frazier died seized and pos
sessed,' Jyin'g and situate in Fairfield
County, State of South Carolida, COnl
TWO HUNDRED AND NINETY-s[X AND
more or less; bounded by lands form:
rly of N. C. Robertson, lands of
. G. Ruff, the estate of Mrs. Fsnuie
'3rown, deceased, and the cstate of
Joel A. Smith, deceased, or lately be
onging to said estate "
. ERMIs OF SALE.
"Onethird of the purchase money
to be paid in cash, and the balance
thereof on a credit of one and two
yars in equal annual iListalmnents, with
interest thereon from the day of s:de,
aayble annually.untit the whole debt
ad intrst be paid; to be secured by
the bond ui dhe purchaser and a mort
gage of the premises sold, or all cash
t the option of the purchaser."
The purchaser to pay for all neces
ary papers and the recording thereof.
Li. II. JENNIINGS,
(crk's Office. C. C. C. F. F. C.
Vinusboro, S. C., Nov. 8, 1895
TATE OF SOUTE. CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
&OURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Jon C. Gadsden and Frank Gadsden,
Plaintiffs, vs. Lucy A. Keller, Man
ne arding, Osmund W.:3uchanaan,
Jbn C. Buchanan, Robert A. Blu
cbanan, J'r., Alice Walker, Rebecca
Bchanan, Minnie Bloote;n, .Bessic
Booten, James Booten, Sinclair Boo
en and Minnie Dixon, Defendants.
[N pursuance of an order of the
LCourt of Common Pleas, made in
hee above'stated csm, I wil oCer for
al, be ore the Court IXousec door in
Vinnsborj , . C., on the
FIRST MONDAY IN D)ECEMBER
ext within tha legal hours of sale. at
o:blc outcry, to the highest bidder,
thelowilg described proea, to
"AAll bat parcel or~ l(ot of >uid, Ihing,
beii.g :and s'tuate in tme town of
Wi rsbro, Couti.lt of .Fu.rfild, in
the tate of South Carojna, contain
more or less, anid fronting on Congress
trett of said town, known as the
Woward place, and bounded on the
north by the lot of Jennie Groeschel,
nonheeast by the track of the Char
lott,Columbia and August a Railirotd,
sou by the lot of S. D. Duann1, and on
the west by Congress Street :.of said
TERtMi OF sALE.
"Oe-third of the purchase mfoney~
tolal ..i -ir .eash; the balance on a
credit of two .years in one and, two
gnai aannuint~almnents, with i:ter
stt thereon from the day of sa!c. to be
eecd bp the bond of the purchacer
nd alamortge of the premises sold."
-Th. puriter to pay for all nceCs
Ra:-pe'.. II. JENINGS,
'Cek's ffce, C. C. C. P. F. C.
Winnoro, S. C., Nov. 8, 2S9.
E ARE AGAIN PRE"ARED) TO
VVngotiate long tin,e loans on fa.1m
J. E. McDONA LD,
W. D.. DOUGLASS, or
Jt. Q. DAVIS,
winnsooro. S. C.
6-6tfA. E. DAVIS,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COCTY u 1'AIR,FIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
alie _1. Douglass vs. George II. ec
Master, James A. Brice, Thomas U.
Ketchin, Rachel T. Brice, Osmund
I. Thompson and Fitz W. Thomp
N pursuance of an order of the
L Court of Common Pleas, made in
ic above stated case, I will offer for
ile, before the Court House CCoor in
Viunsboro, S. C., on the
FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER
ext, within the legal hours of sale, at
ublic outcry, to the highest bidder,
he following described property, to
1. "All that certain piece or parcel
f !anid, containing
nore or less, lying, being and situate
. the town of Winnsboro, in the
eunty and State aforesaid, bounded
on the north by lot of land now or
ormerly belonging to G. W. Ragsdale
Oud lot of Mrs. Lois Timmons; on
he cast by lot of Mrs. Lois Timmons,
ot of Mrs. S. S. Gibson, Evans Street
ind lot of Mrs. S. S. Gibson; south by
o s of Mrs. S. S. Gibson, C. A. Doug
ass or his wire, and west by lots of
and of Simon Davis and J. T. Chal
nocrs. The above ^.ribed parcel of
and being the sep ite property of
aid George II. McMaster.
2. "And also that certain other piece
r parcel of land, lying and situate in
.aid town of Winusboro and County
nd State aforesaid, containing
more or less, and bounded on the north
by College Street; on the east by lands
of V. H. Flenniken, and on the west
by Walnut Street and lot of Buu
Emerson. The said piece or parcel of
land last above described being the
sem.r4:e property of the said James
TERMS OF sALE.:
)n-titrd of the purcha=e money
be paid in cash, and the balance
t_:;reof on a credit of one a:.d two
t i t o eqnal an .. in,:.:ments,
w ith i;crczt tro:: the eay of sa'e,
p ,~ ally. u..til the whole debt
ano i ; -t tt.Crcoi be paid; to be
cecar d by the bond of the purchaser
aI a: u,,tgage of the premise-, and
the purchaser to pay for all necessary
papers and the recording thereof."
R. 1I. JENNINGS,
Clerk s Office, C. C. C. P. F. C.
Winnsboro, S. C., Nov. S, 1895.
CLE RK S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRVIULD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Janie K. Bric>.vs. James A. Bric'.
IN p arsuanc 'of an order of thc
1Court of Comn1f~ Picas, m-ide ar
the above statd ca.se, I will offer foi
sale, b,fore ime C-.urt II use door ir
WinsbuO, S. C., ou i be
FIRST MOND)AY IN DECEMgER
next. within the leg:l hours of sa'e, al
public outery, to the highest bidder,
the following de.scribed property, tc
"Ail that ccert.in piece, parcel 0]
tract of land. lyiou, being and situat(
in the County of Fairield and State 01
South Carolina , conItaA ung
FOUR !!UNDRlED AND FIFTY
Acres, more or less, beiog nor Wh\~lit(
Oak in said County an~d State, anc
bounded on the nor'.h by the track o
the Charlotte, Columibia and Augusti
Railroad east by lands formerly
owned by Mrs. IIattie K~etchin and
J. ML Gallo way; south by lands o:
J. M. Galloway, and west by lands o;
A. B. Cameron."
TERM.S OF S.ALE.
On-third of the purchase money tc
be paid in cash upon the day of saic
sale, and the balance in two equal au
nual instalments from day of sale, tc
be secured by the bond of the pur
chaser, with interest thereon from day
of sale, together with a mortgage o.
the premises so sold."
The purchaser to pay for all neces
ary papers. R. II. JENNINGS,
Clerk's Offic3, C. C. C- P. F. C.
WinsborO, 5. C., Nov. 8, 1895
AND SALE~ STABLES
All persotns indebted to the under
signed by note falling due on the is
ad 1.5th of October will prepare tC
mcct same as full payment will be re
I have a few
for sale cheap for cash. Also a few
A onple of second-hand
i ood running order. and one pair o
Wll sell them for cash or on twelv
Winnsboro, S. C.
- IL onhr for miie at puib'iC out
Ier. efJ,' e i i bcon"a e (l"' O
da in ' .1e)ember) (Lei; ihe 2zl hy)
thatttract of and Iy --n. et fr.on
Win bore ,~ know ar* hc P.mk eln
tan n' n Twem .UAc i mnor o:
Te on,mii re'-erve ihn rih It e
lectcs:m: .-r all bids.
U o, dr 'f Connec:
'i d . A.1HLNNANT, Clcr..
eet NOW READY. ***
We have received and are now ready to show our Fall and Winter g.ods.
We have the largest and most complete stock we have ever shown.
Our stock of Dress Goods is magnificent, comprising a fine line of colors,
Serges, Flannels, Henriettas. Also the latest novelties in Mohair, Silk and
Wool mixtures, and an elegant line of Black Goods. The prices are fully one
fou:th lower than ever before.
Beautiful styles in Silks for Waists, Silks for Trimmings, Velvets, Jet Or
naments and Gymps.
We have a very large stock of all Domestic Goods, Satteens, Prints,
Gingba.us, Bleaching, Canton Flannels, etc. All c-)tton goods are advancing,
but we can give-you low prices for we BOUGHT EARLY, and BOUGHT LARGELY.
We have the cheapest F.annels, Blankets, Wool Underwear, etc., you have
seen since the war. See them and you will be convinced.
There ha- been a big trust formed to put up the prices of leather and shoes.
We boughi our Shoes early and bougtt a very large stoek, consequently we
can otfer you a great variety, and at lowest prices. -
Our stock is now ready for inspc ction. Miss Ketchin has been North and
can give you the latest styles. We have a large stock of the- newest and most
desii able goods. We offer you the best work and lowest prices.
We want your trade and know that we can make it to your interest to
trade with us. We offer you the greatest variety to select from, polite and
capable attention and the lowest prices. Come and see us.
CALD WELL &RUFF.
Ask any STEARNS rider
what he thinks of his
STEARNS riders are satisfied riders.
Join the ranks of STEARNS enthusiasts.
E. C. STEARNSI& CO.,
Syracuse, N. Y.
WVRjD. GAS H CO., --.
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