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NEWS AND HERA-.D.
PflLM&gIP TRI- WEEKLY
-BY
1 WS AND HERALD COMPANY,
TERMIs,11 ADYANCE:
One rear. - - - $3.00
six omths. - - - - 1.50
WJINNSBORO, S. C.
Tuesday, June 21, - - 189S.
THE newspapers are talking a great
deal about a conflict in vcws bet ween
General Miles and the administration,
and that Miles will be put in the back
ground, and some other man put in
active charge of the army of invasion.
There may not be any truth in this.
Some of the dispatches say that there
is no truth in it. Still the newspapers
have a way sometimes of ferreting out
information, and it may all be true.
It is said that General Miles has too
much red tape about him, and that be
is not aggressive enough. Whatever
may be the true state of affairs, no
body in this section would ki.k, if
Miles was kicked out. A man who
tried to humiliate a man like Jeff.
Davis by putting chains on him, when
there was no use for it whatever, can
not command the full respect and con
Idense of Southern soldiers,
It is with general regret that the
alumni of the South Carolina College
hear of Dr. Patton's having resigned
his ehair in the faculty -of the South
Carolina College. This venerable pro
fessor loved the very elms on the old
campus, he verily believed that to
walk under them was an inspiration
for the higJer things of life. His gen
uine love for Latin and Greek was
catching, and there are hundreds and
huadreds of young men throughout
the State who will sineerely deplore
that Dr. Patton no longer occupies his
chair of ancient.languages.
Ta country will breathe easiei
when Robson and his men shall have
been exchanged. The death Nsg hal
been placed over Morro Castlesandi
is not know whether it -' 'iended tc
convey the in ' ce of Hobson'i
death er the flag was hoisted
nor of-the dead Spaniards killei
in the bombardment. Nobody hai
any cosidence in the Spaniards, and
the country will be anxious for th4
safety of these brave Americans ii
their hands until they are beyoni
Spanish hands.
Tax Augusta Eerald, which has
just been placed on our exchange list
and one of the best evening papers ir
,as wil e see by a cli
Really, TBE1Z&! EADwu
-like to hve several hundred.
Cm!LDEars DAY AT MInwoED.
Hr. Editor: "Children's Day" wa
celebrated at Mt. Zion Baptist Chure
last Sunday. There was a vast crowa
of our friends present. All of th
denominations in the community wer
well represented. Daring the exei
cises as I looked into the beaming
countenances of those present, I real
ized more fully than ever that W
all serve the same God and look to thb
blood of the Lamb to wash away onu
sins and make us whiter than snow
Surely the promptings that assemnblei
so many on this ?ccasion are expressed
is these lines:
"More about Jesus would I know,
More of His grace to others show,
More of His saving fulness see,
More of His love who died for me."
After singing an appropriate hymn
the exercises were opened with prayec
by our young brother, T "enan Kilgo
and was followed by a v 'y pleasinj
-address ot welcome by Jar. W. F
Scott. The following is the program
Hymn No. 96.
Recitation, by Cora Kilgo.
Primary exercises conducted by C. S
Ford.
A Message of Song, by Strothel
Ford.
Recitation-An Indian's Plea-by
Willie Jackson.
Recitation-God's Call-by Johnnii
Brown.
Dialogue, by Willie and Lucretii
McWaters.
Anthem: Come Let Us Sing-by
Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Scott, W. F. Scott,
and Misses Eva Hall and Alma Lynch,
Recitation-A Christian at Home
by Sumter McWaters.
Recitation-Crucifixion-by Holmei
Scott.
Hymn: "My Old Country Home" -
by W. F. Scott.
Essay: "One Star Differs from
Another Star in Glory"-by Fannie
Lee Ford.
Recitation-"Last Hymn"-by Irene
Scott.
Dialogue - Sunshine Factory - by
Lottie Jackson and Mary Brown.
Address: A Plea for Foreign Mis
sions, by James Kilgo.
Address: A Plea for Home Mis
sions-by Tommie Kilgo.
Address: A Plea for State Missions
-by M. L. Austin.
Address, by Rev. R. A. Yongue.
Hymn 155.
Collection conducted by the pastor.
Prayer by A. N. Keistler.
Amanoox.
Hymn 214.
Prayer, by Rev. H. K. Ezell.
4dress, by Rev. W. 5. B. Ford.
*Address, by Rev. H. K. Ezell.
Ejin 33.
Rev. R, A. Young gave us a talk on
"Nets." It was very appropriate in
deed, showing us how and whent bad
habts are formed and the difBenulty 0f
freeing ourselves from them. It was
delivered in his usual gentle, impres
sive style.
Rev. W. S. B. Ford, in the after
noon, told us about prayer. Saying
prayers is not praying. Prayer, he
says, to be effectual should be a spon
taneous outpouring of the heart's
feelings. Many were the beautiful
illustrations used. Mr. Ford speaks
in an easy, graceful manner.
Last, but by no means least, our
pastor, Rev. H. K. Ezell, spoke of the
"Chapel Car," and impressed upon us
the importance of, and good done by,
the chapel car service.
The day was very pleasantly and
profitably spent, and while it is im
possible for us to speak of each one
separately we will say that they all
acted their parts well and reflect much
credit upon our superintendent, Dr.
J.. A. Scott, and his loving, helpful
wife. The doctor is one of the "corn
er stones" of Mt. Zion and is the life
and heart of the Sunday school.
Miss Alma Lyuch, of Gaffney, who
has been visiting at Mr. W. S. Hall's
for quite awhile, left, for her home yes
terday. During her stay bere she has
made a host of friends who will sadly
miss her.
Mr. Elliott Holmes Hall, of Wof
ford College, came heme yesterday.
Cadet Simon Lumpkin, of Clemson
College, and his sister, Miss Susie,
who has been attending Mt. Zion In
stitute in Winnsboro, are with us
again. We are truly glad that our
young friends have returned after so
long an absence.
Mise Kate iarshaw, of York, who
has been visiting Miss Ethel Jackson,
has returned home. Miss Harshaw
won many friends while here.
We had a splendid season this after
noon after a drought of more than
seven weeks. C. s. F.
June 16, 198.
nucken's Arnica Salve.
The Best ;Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chillblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refund
ed. Price 25 cents per box. For sale
by McMaster Co.
MYRTLE NEWS.
Since my Iast "dot" there has been
a postoffice established at Mr. E. A.
Davis' store, which is very handy.
The mail comes thiee .times a week.
Mr. E. A. Davis, eur popular country
merchant, is postmaster. There is a
very large mail from this place con
sidering the size of our prosperous
and thriving little town.
The dust has been settled by the
recent rains and a very nice season
has been realised, very much to the
satisfaction of the farmera. Things
had begun to get awful dry and dusty,
but the rain came in time to revive
most of the crop except gardens,
which had parched up beyond re
covery.
There was a very heavy rain, wind
and thunder storm on the 16th inst.,
which did a great deal of damage to
fruit trees and other crops. One of
our most prosperous farmers had 200
or 300 large prize .trees blown down
on about two acres of land.
Farmers are all about through
Wheat was platited quite extensively
last fall, and I think all those who did
plant were wise, for it has made a fair
yield.
Cotton and corn are doing as well as
could be expected. Corn had begun
to dwindle before the rain, but I think
this will revive it somewhat.
Miss Mattie Cooper has been very
*ill for a long while, but glad to re
Bport that she is improving.
There was quite a large crowd at
S"the central" last Sunday evening.
Miss Dora Heins, one of our most
a ttractive young ladies, has returned
from an extended visit to relatives in
SRidgeway..
One of our most popular young
ladies, Miss Eula Wilsoni, is visiting
in Che'ter county.
IMiss Carrie Heins is visiting in
IRidgeway. Fritz.
June 17, 1898.
D iscovered by a Worman.
Another great discovery has been
made, and that too, by a ]ady in this
country. "Disease fastened its clutches
upon her and for seven years she
withstood its severest tests, but her
vital organs were undermined and
death seemedl imuminent. For three
months she coughed incessantly, and
could not sleep. She finally discovered
a way to recovery, by purchasing of
us a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, and was so
much relieved o't taking first dose, that
who slept all night; and with two bot
ties, has been absolutely cured. Her
name is Mrs. Luther Lutz. "Thus
writes W. C. Hlammick & Co., of
Shelby, N. C. Trial bottles free at
McMaster Co.'s drug store. Regular
size 50c and $1.00. Every bottle
guaranteed. 4
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MAGNETI NEpttE n glia
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lF:dling Memory-the result of 2ver-work, Worry,
ickes. Erod of : xuth or Over-indulgence.
For q:a.ck, positive and lasting results in Sexual
Weakness. Imnoet.nev. Nervous Debility and Lost
Vitality, wc YE.LoW LABEL. SPECIAL-double
strength il giv strength and tone to every part
sud etietA t -. puminent cure. Cheapest and best.
too Pillst g by :uail.
FR EE-A boti.e of the famous Japancse Liver
Pellets wili be give- with a Sr box or mrer of Msg
netic Nervine?. lra. . Sold only by
J. J. OBEAR, Druggist,
Winnsboro, S. C.
ANrD ITS CURs
TO TH EDrroR-I have an abso!cts
remedy for Consumption. By its timely us'.
thousands of hopeless cases have been already
permanently cured. So proof-positive am I
of;its power that I consider it my duty to
sd t,o bott Iss fmi t athose of your readers
Who have Cons-::n~ption,Throat, Bronchial or
Lung-Trouble, if they will write me their
express.and postoffce address. Sincerely,
T.~ A. SLOCUX,.X. C., 133 Pearl St., NIew York.
ap-.Te dmoia ad Busines Mmnagement of
, il ,"ucm I I +lllll!IR l ll::t!!llllII' .. ..
ege2bePreparatoniorAs
sliuulatUng thieToodandRegula
thgeSl>tomachs andBoWels of
PromotesTi(estion,Cheerfu
es ]fst. o'af>3aSileither
pm; orp0ihermor lfiaL
111 NM C OTIC.
AperfecIemedy forConstipa
tiot,SoupSfotachDiarrpoea,
Worms,Convilons.Feverish
ness andLOSS OF SLEEP.
FacSimle Signaturc of
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BW YORK.
.xACT COPYOF WRAPER,
The Equitable
Life AssuancScie~ty
of the UJnited States.
The management of the
Equitable Life Assurance Society
- in this territy is desirous of secur
ing the service of a man of char
acter and ability to represent iti
interest with Winnsboro as head
quarters. The right man will be
thoroughly educated in the science
of life insurance and the art o1
successful soliciting. There is nc
business or profession not re
quiring capital which is more re
munerative than a life agency
*conducted with energy and abil
ity. Correspondence with mei
who desire to secure permanen
einployment and are ambitious t
attain prominenee in the profes
sion is invited.
W. J. RODDEY, Mgr.,
3-193m Rock Hill, F. C,
Notice.
* ~~JY~rYCoM3I NERS,
'NOTidE ISHE Y .
a meeting of the Board of Control fc
the County of Fairfield will be held it
the office of County Commissioner
for said County on the FIRST DA'
OF JULY next, at which meeting ai
plications for the josition of Count
Dispen@er will be considered.
A~l applications for said positio;
must be on file with the Board at leas
ten days before said date.
J. M. HIGGINS,
J. F. LYLES,
S. H. TERRIS,
O-7-4: Board of Control, F. C.
FI RST-G.LASS
JOB WORK
dlone at
LANDS WANTED.
Persons with lands for sa!e are re
quested to put them in my bands for
sale. I am in constant receipt of se
many letters of enquiry about landt
from Northern and Western parties,
that I may be able to effect sales for
those who will give me accurate de
tailed descriptions of what they hive,
No charge will be made unless satis
factory sales are made. Descriptions
must be such as can be guaranteed and
must give:
'Number of acree, location, character
of land, proximity to railroads, post
offices, schools, churches and towns,
kind of improvements.
Communications strictly confidential
when so desired.
JAM4E8 G. GIBBES,
State Land Ageint,
11-6t- Columbia, S. C.
F gI1%m U.S..Teuru ef lfAdtin
Epilosy, H.ha w ot
doubt treate ad cur
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CASTORIA
THE CENTAUR COPN.NWYORK CrT.
WHAT IS IT?
It is Medicine.
WHAT IS IT FOR?
It is a Blood Cleaner.
WHAT IS IT MADE OF?
It is Composed of Herbs.
What makas it so popuiar ?
It's Wonderful Curative
Power.
WHAT IS ITS NAME?
It is called AFRICANA.
This wonderful Blood Purifier is
perfectly harmless, and yet is the most
powerful and surest remedy ever dis
covered for the cure of Blood diseases.
Ask your Draggist for it.
Tell your neigtjbor about it:
CU S ALWAYS.
r OUTHER RiL9AY
Centip1 Time Betvween Colomblaud Jack.
sonville. Easteni Time Between Co-.
ium5XEz Other Points. .
t frective June 12, 1898.
No. 38j No. 36
NorthbounG, Daily. Daily.
Lt Jvile 20.?..:...,...8 00a 7 00 p
" .......1208 p1135
Ar. ........:..... 405p 245.
Ly, tn,SCGRB......553 a 5 0
LA ,t,...............10 a 1p 10
Aran,tvIJ.........2 85p I0 25pa
"Trenten................. 308p 1100
" Jo.................. 319p 11 20 p
~..ombade 't..... 451 p 210 a
y CoVl g ....... 515 p 5 34 a
"Winnsboro.............. 607 p 62
"Chester ................ 654 p 718 a
A.r. Charlotte............... 815 p 900 a
Ar. Greensboro............10 43 p 1216 p
Lv. Greensboro............10 50p ....
Ar. Norfolk........... ... ... 7 50a...
"Danvil10.................l1151p 1 35p
Ar. Richmond...............OO 6 0a625 p
Ar. Washington ............. 642 a 935 p
" ltimiorePa.R.R........ 803 a 11l35p
" iladlphia 0 15 a 268a
"New York..... .'....,''12 43p 23 a
Southbound. No. 37 No. 35
Daily. Daily.
Lv. New York, Pa. B.R.......4 30p 12 15nt
"Philadelphia ............. 655p 3 50 a
"Baltimore..............9 20 p 6 31 a
Lv. Wash'ton, So. By....10 48p 11 15 a
Lv. Richmond ........... ... 1210Ont 12 O01m
Lv. Danville.................Z5 50a 6 15p
Lv. Norfolk..............9 35p ...
Ar. Greensboro...... ........ 6 45 a ...
Lv. Greensboro............. 7 05 a 7 32p
"Charlotte................o 935a 10 20 p
". Roc... 1................... 1020 a 11OSp
"Chester................. Ii1055a 11 37 p
"Winnsboro............. 1141a 12 26 a
...' 124. 1 . a
"Jhsos......... 2 53p OO00a
". Tro. n-................... -3 08 p 6 25 a
"Graniteville............. .-;8p 7 07 a
Ar. Augusta...............415p 8S00a
Lv. Asheville........... | 8 2 O 305p
Lv. Spartanburg............ 1 40 a 6 15p
Lv. Col'hia, 8.C.&G.Ry...... .3 00 p 7 00 a
Ar. Charleston.............. 6 4Opt 11 00Oa
Lv. Col'bia, F.C.&P.Ry......11 55 a 12 47 a
SLEEFING CAR SERVICE.
Ecellent Asy pasnger service botween
No.and8-Wesin nadSouthwestr
Limited. Solid VEstib~ led train with dining
cars and first cla.ss coaohes north of Charlotte.
Pulbnan drawing room sleeping cars between
Tamp.a, Jacksonvlille, Savannah, Washington
n Nw Yox'k.
Pufllman Sleeping Cars between Charlot te
and Richmond.
Pullman drawing-roomi sicopintg cars be
tween Greeonsboro and Norfoilk. CIos'+ connlec
tion at Norfolk for OLD POINT COMFORT,
arrivi~ng there in time for breakfast.
Solid t "J. ith Parlor cars, bet-ween
Charleston :.nI Asheville.
Nos0. 33 and y,-:. !4. Fast MTail. Through
Pullman drawing. r.-m buffet steepin.: cars be
tween Jacksonille7 Md Ne~w York anzd Pull
man ,ueepin:: cars heCt we:-n Augusta ::n?d Chnr
lotte. Pullm.an .eing e.ars betw-en .J:uck
no:nvil (nd Colubia, en route daily bet w.-en
Jack.-mville and incinnati. via Ashe~ville.
FRANK S. (ANNON. J.MS. CULP.
Third V P. & Gen. Mgr. T. M!., Washing tcn.
W. A. TURK, S. H.H~ARDWICK,
G. P. A.. Washington. A. G. P. A., Atlanta.
HAIR BALSAM '
Ceanesad beauttifes the hair,
Prc.e.u a lLxz.hnt growth. a
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ANNOUNCMENTS.
[Candidates' cards $5 cash, without
ny exception whatsoever.]
FOR PROBATE JUDGE.
I hereby announce myself as a can
idate for re-election to the office of
udge of Probate; subject to the Dem
cratic primary.
S. R. JOINSTON.
I hereby announce myself a candi
late for the office of Probate Judge
or Fairfield County, subject to the
.ction of the Democratic primaric:.
JNO. J. NEiL
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATI~VS.
I hereby announce myself a:.-:
late for re-election to a seat in the
Thuse of Represenitatives from i'ir
ield County; subject to th- aciom of
he Democratic primaries.
J. G. WOLLING.
I offer for re-election to the Gt:era
Assembly, subject to the action or the'
Democratic primary.
R. A. MEARES.
The friends of Mr. E. B. RAGSDALE
-espectfully nominate him for tb'
Souse of Representatives, subjczt to
he Democratic primary.
I hereby announce myself a candi
late for election to the Generas As
sembly, subject to the primary.
J. B. MORRISON.
The friends of Capt. W. J. Jon -
50N respectfully place him in nomina
tion for the House of Representatives,
mubject to the result of the Democratic
primaries. i
COUNTY TREASURER.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Treasurer of Fairfield County,
subject to the -iction of the Democratic
primaries.
W. W. CROSBY.
I bereby announce myself a candi
date for Treasurer of Fairfield County,
subject to the action of the Demo
cratic primary or primaries.
HUGH S. WYLIE.
The friends of Mr. J. R. CrnLz
present his name to the voters of Fair
ield.Ceinty as a candidate for County
Treasurer, subject the result of the
Democratic primaries.
COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for County Supervisor of Fair
field; subject to the action of the
Democratic primaries.
JNO. A. STEWART.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election to the office of
County Supervisor of Fairfield County.
subject to the action of the Democratic
primaries.
B. G. TENNANT4.
For the office of Supervisor of Fair
field County, I hereby announce my
self a candidate, subject to the action
of the Democratic party as expressed
through the primary election or elec
tions.
S. B. CRAWFORD.
I he:eby announce myself a candi
date for the offce o f County Supervisor
for Fairfield, subject to the action of
the Democratic primary election.
G.Y. LANGFORD.
For the offie of Supervisor of Fair
field County, I hereby announce my
self a candidate, subject to the action
of the Democratic priunaries.
didate for the office of Supervisor fol
Fairfie!d County, subject to the actior
of the Democratic primary or prima
ries. T. C. LEITNER.
COUNTY AUDITOR.
I-hereby .announce myself a candi
date for re-election to the offi:e of
County Auditor, subject to the action
of the Democratic primaries.
J. L. RICHMOND.
COUNTY SUJPT. EDUCATION.
I hereby annonne myself a can di
date for the office of County Superin
tendent of Education for Fairficld
County, subject to the action of the
Democratic primaries.
T. M. BOULWARE.
The many friends of Mr. D. L.
STEVENSON respectfully nominate him
r re-election to the office of Superin
tendent of Education, believing that
tlh improved condition of the public
sciools is conclusive proof that he is
Iheright man in the right place; sub
ject to the action of the Democratic
party.
T1 friends of Mr. W. LEON los
BORC GH present his name to the Dea
ocratie voters of Fairfield County as
a candidate for the office of County
Superintendent of Education. Mr.
Rosborough is an experienced teacher
and his fricnds believe that his nomifi
nation would be a wise selection.
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J. HI. DERiBYSIJIRE,
GENEEal AGENT,
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C e. l. lier
SDR. J, B. BROOKS,
Late physician in charge of the Keeley
Institute at Hot Springs, Ark.,
and the Tri-Elixiria Remedy
Co., Memphis, Tenn.,l.has
opened a private insti
tute at lot Springs
for the treat
ment of
cccajii Hait,
And all diseases thit come to
this great health resort, such
as rheumatism, neuralgia, in
somnia, nervous, blood, liver,
kidney and stomach c o mn
paints.
is home treatment for the
whiskey and drug habit can'
be sent to any address. Cor.
respondence solicited and con
fidential.
WReterences: Any banker or city
official of Hot Springs. 12-1 97
SENT FREE
to housekeepers
LicIki COfMPAR'8
Extract of Bee
COOK BOOK
telling how to prepare many dell
eate and delicious dishes.
'ldr.ess, Lieb ,>r1 P. 0. Box, 27181i
ie I Is,
WINNSEORO, S. C.
irnish Estimates,
nstruct Enfire Bxchanges,
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Foa think a Telephone connaetlon would
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IG BARGAINS..
HAINLESS AND
OLUMBIAS
REAP FOR
ON'T
DLAY.
THE POPE MANUFACTURINGCO.
are prepared to furnish Bicysles
this season at prices
-TO SUIT ALL.
The Celebrated Chainss, - $125 K
The 5 per cent Nickle, 1898
models, are "Standard of
the World,".-.-.-.-.-.7506
Columbia model, No. 44, - - N N
Hartford, 1898 patterns, 7 and 8 W5 0 N
Hartford, 1898 Vedettes, 15k16 40 6
Hartford,1898Vedettes,17318 35*6
Hartford, 1898, Jack and Gill, 3e N
ivorybody knows what the 5 per
cent Nickel Columbias are.
Many Hartfords are ridden ia Winns
boro. Ask the riders what their record
is. We p ill rest our claims onuwhat -n
they say. They stay out of repair -
shops and run "so easy."
All, of the above are made by the
Pope Manufacturng Co., which Is a
guarantee of good workmnasaMp.
If you want a eheap secondhean&
wheel, we can furnish you one fr.
$5.00 up, but these whzeelsare not
guaranteed. "You take what yee
get."
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10 GOOD YOUNG MULES.
5 COMMON AGED G O OD
WORK MULES, all broken, sound
and straight.
2 GOOD SADDLE HORSES.
2 GOOD MARES, young and well
broken.
Also a few PLUG HORSES andl
a few PLUG MULES.
I will Ell the above stoCk Cheap fo!
ash or on 'time until fall on good
~aper; or I will exchange any of tem
or broken down stock. One /go,
*eavy team of males.
MILCH COWS. -I still hav~ a few
n band and will sell them or change
bemn for dry cattle I w'I pay the
ighest cash price for a lo of Toung.
oor cattle, that will do to pasture, at,
Vinnsboro.1
A. WILLI 'ORD..
* PaoIramTN,

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