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HERALD.
I- WEEKLY
LD COMPANY.
DVANCE:
- - 53.00
-1.50
NNSBORO, S. C.
June 6. - - - 1899
W H ELLERBE
people of the State dasply sym
with - Mrs. Ellerbe in her
w. In sorrow and distress there
d should be, no biter political
wever some of us may have dif
with Governor Ellerbe in his
licy, still we believe that it was
rally admitted that his intentions
and thit he devised what
conceleid swas best for the State.
made the mistake of trying to
eae everybody, and consequently
pleased few. It u.ust be zdmitted
at his administra'ion began under
rd circumstances. He inherited
omn p i ,r administrations vering un
ttled questions, and they continually
lagued his administrtion.
We have~~fo doubt that the end of
Governor Ellerbe's life was accelerated
by the duties of his ofibe, and in this
sense it may be truthfully said that
he gave his life for the service of his
State. Had he remained on his plan
tation, where he could have plenty of
out door air and, been free from men
tal anxiety and worry, doubtless his
life would have been prolonged. Can
vassing South Carolina in mid-summer
in the kind of campaigns that we have
had in recent years is a tremendous
strain upon ahe nervous system and
physical powers of the strongest.
Naturally a frail pbysic, it was a
severe tax on Governor Ellerbe.
He. had many wa'rm and srong
friends, whose implicit conidemnc3 he
A (& hroughout his political career.
They knew him best.
THE NEW GOVERNOR
Lieutenant Governor M. B. Mc
Sweeney formally succeeded Governor
Ellerbe on Saturday night.
Mr. McSweeney is what's known as
a self-made man. His parents (lied
when he was an infant, ..nd he began
as a little boy to straggle for himself
in a printing office. He obtained .a
scholarship in Washington and Lee
Unt t wsfre to abanden
c~aollege coursefo-dhe~ lack of
money to pay his board. --tlLwent
back to the printer's case, and~hair
stuack to ~it through life. He is now
proprietor and editor of- the Hampton
Gqardian, one or the best county
papers in the State.
Mr. ML.Sweeney is a man of good
character, good common sense and
Spossesses good basiness qaalifications.
THE JOHNSTON INSTITUTE.
.Mr. Editor: As that section of the
State has been re p'resented in our
achoolthis year by four young men,
viz , Messrs. Robert Clowr.ey, Leonard
Hogan, Theodore R.chardson and
myself, I desire, on the part of the
-faculty of the Johnston Institute, to
extend an invitation to zhose ~who
would like a plea.eant visit at tht time
to be present at our commencement
exercises frota the 11.h to 14th of
Jane. The exercises are as follows:
Sunday morning-Sermon by Rev.
'-.. R. Moseley, of Florence, S. C.
'bnday morning-Lee 'r by D. A.
Tompkins, Esq, of Charlu N J.
Monday evening-Exerci ,or gra
-ded school departmaent.
Tuesday mornimig-Lecture by Gen
M C Butler. -
Tuesday evening~.=Exercises of high
school department.
Wednesday morning-Joint celebra
tion of the literary societies.
Wednesday evening-Gradu iting
exercises.
Already the studesnts are beuinning
to look forward to the time of their
return home with light and longing
hearts,.and are getting impatient for
*the time to come.
This has been a very prosperous
year for our school. It has enrolled
252 stadeate and the records show that
the work of both teachers and students
has been done in a most eatisfactory
manner.
Prof F E Hlinnant and W D Hol
land were unanimeusly re-elected to
the superintendency of the schoola
lookjforward to a 'better achool next
yerthani Johnston has ever had in
erhistory.
We are glad to learn that another
Fairfield teacher has been added to
our faculty. Miss Jennie Tthomas, of
Ridgeway, who is a graduate of
Winthrop .College, we are told, will
have charge of shorthand next r-ession.
The Fairfiel boys are tryir g to
hold their own in the record of the
e school. Mr. Leonard Hogan, who
came from the Rlidgeway school, has
sqade the senior class and will graduate
in December, 1899. Last month Mr
Robert Clowney made first honors in
his class-the sophomore class-and
the writer of this has not received a
demerit sincote has been in school.
WY T J.
Jue, $'99.
J. A. Schear, of S'edalia, Mo., saved
his child frotn death by croup by using
One Minute Congh Cure. It cures'
coughs, colds, pneumonia, Ia grippe
and all throat and lung troubles. Mc
Master Co.
3YRTHE ITEMS.
The recent showers have been very
beneficial to everything, although we
could take a good season now. There
are a few of our farmers that are
about through chopping cotton; some
are just commencing. The cotton has
been rather slow about coming up,
especially on high places. Young
corn which was planted before the
showers of last week is up to a perfect
stand and looking well. Old corn is
also doing well considering the
drought it has had to stand.
Gardens are a failure, owing, we
suppose, to the dry weather and the
appearance of numerous kinds of
insects, some of which are playing
havoc with cabbage and in some
places completely destroying Irish
potato vines. They seem to be worse
-on Irish potatoes than other plants.
The small grain crop is being har
vested. jut now. Oats are better
than was at one time expected. The
stalk is rather short, but it has a very
heavy grained head, which makes
even better food for stock than if
'twas larger.
The wheat crop also is better than
was expected, especially where the
stand was thin. This fact can very
easily be accounted for, though as the
lack of rain at the appropriate time
caused the numerous branches that
always come from the main root to be
less than would have been had there
been a superfluity of water at the dif
ferent stages of its growth; thereby
giving the remaining branches the
advantage of the seanty moisture and
rainfall of April and May. The head
in such cases is heavy enough, being
ertra large for the stalk.
The fruit crop was almost com
pletely destroyed by the cold weather
in the early spring, only leaving a
few apples, and almost all of those
have fallen off.
Qaite an enjoyable occasion was had
at the hospitable residence of Mr. E.
A. I)avis on the night of the 31st ult.
Lemonade and cake was Eerved quite
bountifully.
Miss Mary Harrison, of Ridgeway,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. 0. C. Duke.
Mr. R. B. Allen, of Salisbury, N.
C., spent several days this week at
hia father's, Mr. J. S. Allen.
Miss Ruby Johnson, of Ridgeway,
spent several days this week with her
cousin, Miss Estelle Duke.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Lonmas
spent Sunday last with Mr. and Mrs.
Cbas A. Heins.
Mrs. A. J. Allen, of Columbia,
came up to-day to spend a short while
with relatives of this section.
Best wiebes to TBE NEWS Sad
BERALD. Dixie.
Discovered by a Woman.
Another great discovery has beefs
made, and that too, by a lady in this
country. "DisEase fastened its 'ltches
upon her and for seven years she
withstood its severest teste, but her
vital organs were undermin' and
death seemed3 imminent. F r three
nths she coughed incessanftly, and
colt ea a nally di~acovered
a way to recovery, by~ising ot
us a bottle of Dr. King's Ned Dis
covery for Consumption, and was so
much relieved on taking first dose, that
she slept all night ; and with two bot
tles, has been absolutely cured. D~er
name is Mrs. Luther Lutz, "Thus
writes W. C. Ilammick & Co., of
Shelby, N. G. Trial bottles free at
McMaster Co.'s drug store. Regular
size 503 and $1.00. Every bottle
guaranteed. ~ . 4
GREENiBRIEE AFJE AIRS.
After the very wet and exceedingly
cold winter we have had a very dry
spring. The farmers were very ba,k
ward in preparing their lands and
planting their crops. There was a
great deal of wheat and oats sown
during the fall and winter. The early
sown will make a fair crop, but the
late will be-almost a complete failure.
The eorn crop, though very irregular,
is looking very well. Cotton on
Sandy land is generally a good stand
and has a healthy appearance; that on
clay land is coming up nicely and
with another good rain would be
ready for working in a few days.
Our farmers are preparing and ex
pecting to sow a large pea crop. They
are of necessity beginning to realize
the importance of building up and
improving their land. This they can
do by planting peas much cheaper
and quicker than with cemmcrcial
fertilizers. We are beginning to
realize the fact that we will have to
turn our attention to something be
sides the cultivation of cotton.
Several nice barns will be erected
during thd summer, and each one, I
think, will shelter a nice bunch of
cattle next winter. This is also an
excellent way of improving our worn
out lands.
The Greenbrier school, which has
been in charge *of Miss Bessie Lyles
for the two past years, closed a most
successful term a few weeks ago.
The trustees, freeholders and pa
trons, realizing the importance of im
proving our school, held a meeting on
May 29th 'and by a unanimous vote
levied an extra tax of two mills, and
also voted to consolidate the three
schools and have a graded school, to
be. located niear the cross-:oads just
south of Capt. J. RI. Delleney's. The
trustees hope to establish a school
fully eq"al to any in the county. They
will commence work~ on the new
building in the near fufure.
Miss Lottie E. Biair, daughter of
CASTOR IA
.For Infants and Children.
The Kind You llave Alway Bought!
Bears the
AS
The Kind You Have Always I
in use for over 30 years, 11
and ha
All Counterfeits, Imitations V
periments that trifle with a
Infants and Chuidren-Expei
What is C
Castoria is a substitute for C
and Soothing Syrups. It is ]
contains- neither Opium, 31c
substance.. Its age is its gu
'and allays Feverishness. It
Colic. It relieves Teething 'I
and Flatulency. It assimila1
Stomach and Bowels, giving
The Children's Panacea-Th<
CENUINE CAS"T
Bears the i
The Kind You Hal
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INKc CENTAUa COMPAN*I. '" 1AU,
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Blair, is among
the graduates at the Winthrop College
this year and will be bome in a few
days.
Mr. Wesley Stewart has accepted a
position with Messrs. Stewart &
Prentiss, of Columbia, and will be glad
to serve his friends at any time.
Jre 3,Greenbrier.
MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR
Regulates the Liver, stomach, Bowels and
Kidneys.
For biliousness, constipation, and
malaria.
For indigestion, sick and nervous
beadache.
For sleeplessness, nervousnes=, heart
failure, and nervous prostration.
For fever, chills, debility and Lid
nev diseases, take Lemon Elixir.
Ladies, for natural and thorough
or nic regalatiol, rale Lemon Elixir.
00c sa4'~i bottle at druggists.
*Pere4nly by Dr. H. Mozjey,
Dr.Et o
using your Lkmon Elixirav
bad another attack of those fearful
sick headaches, and thank God that I'
have at last found a medicine that will
cure those a wful spells.
Mits. EmT W. JONEs,
Parkersburg, West Virgia.
Mozley's Lemon Elixir
I suffered with indigestion and
dysent'?ry for two long years. I heard
of Lemon E-ixir; got it; taken seven
bottles and a:n now a well man.
HaAR ADAMS,
No. 1734 First Avenue, Birmingham,
Ala. ________
Mlozley's Lemon Elixir.
Cured my husband, who was af
flicted for years with large ulcers on
his leg, and was cured after using two
bottles; and cured a friend whom the
doctors had given up to die, who had
suffered for years with indigestion and
nervous prostration.
Mns. E. A. BEEILLE,
Woodstock, Ala.
MOZLEY'S LEMKON HOT DROPS.
Cures all Coughs, Colds, iloarse
ness, Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Hem-.
orrhage, and all throat and lung dis-f
eases. Elegant, reliable.
25c, at druggists. Prepared only by
Dr. H-. Moz'ey, Atlanta, Ga.
Winthrop College Scholarship1
and Entrance Examinations.
TH E EXAMINATIONS FOR THE
a'rard of vacant scholarships in Win
throp College and for the admission of
new students will be held at the ' onnt y
Court House on Friday, July 21st, at
9 A. M.
Applicants must not be less than fif
teen years of age.
Wheni scholarships are vacated after
July 21st, they will be awarded to
those making the highest average at
this examination.
Trie cost of attendance, includmng~
board, furnished room, heat, light and
washing, is only $8.50 per mon'h.
For further infor mationi and a cata
logue address,
PRESIDENT D. IB. JOHNSON,
5-25lilJuly1 Rock Hill, S. C.'
SENT FREE
~o housekeepers
Liebi COIFNY'S
Extict of Beef.
COOK BOOK~
telling how to prepare many-dell
cate and delicious dishes.
ddress, Liebig Co., P 0 Box, 2718
New York.
UNDER TAKING
IN ALL ITS DEPARTMENI'S,
ith a fall stock of Caskets, Burial
ases and Coffins, constantly on hand, I
nd use' of hearse when requested.(
hankful for past patronage and solici-.
ttion for a share in the foture, in the
~ld stand
Calls at tended to a: all honrs.
THE ELLIOTT GLI SHOP, 4
J.- M~, ELLIOTT & 00.
ought, and which has been
as borne the signature of
s been made under his per
apervision since its infancy.
.o one to deceive you in this.
nd Substitutes are but Ex
nd endanger the health of
ience against Experiment.
ASTORIA
stor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
larmless and Pleasant. It
rphine nor other Narcotic
rantee. It destroys Worms
cures Diarrhoea and Wind
'roubles, cures Constipation
-es the Food, regulates the
healthy and natural sleep.
3 Mother's Friend.
OR IA ALWAYS
ignature of
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er 30 Years.
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SODA WATER.
Give us a call; ye will save yo
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Keep Cool While the
Weather is Hot
Guaranteed the best service
All orders promptly filled.
SUNDAY HOURs:
12.30 1o.1.39. 6.45 to 7.30.
Ice delivered from 1 5 lbs. up
RING '71.
J. S. McCarley,
Dealer in Fancy Groce.iie:
and Baker's Bread.
DRUGS,
MEDICINES,
TOOTH BRUS.H1E5
KTOILET - -
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STATIONERY,
r anything thai is kept in a
give us a call or ring up
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FACING tho BROAD ATLANTIC,
Is now open and ready for all
comers.
FINE SURF BATHING,
FINE DEEP SEA
and CREEK FISHING.
ARTESIAN WATER.
TABLE FIRST CLASS.
For terms address, etc.,
IRS. WINTHROP WILLIAMS,
Waverly Hills, P. 0.1
Georgetown County, S. C. 5-25
Silveor-Plated Wue
IAT COST.
--I HAVE
--24 :eets
Silver-Plated Table Spoons,
Teaspoons and Medium Forks
that I- will sell at
Cost for Cash.
To letter them, at cost prices,
will be THREE CENTS PER
LETTER.
Come and see them.
C. M. CHANDLER
FOR SALE.
IRISH POTATOES,
25C. per peck.
GERMAN MILLET,
GOLDEN
CATTAIL MILLET,
AMBER
and
ORANGE CANE SEED.
A full supply of
II BEANS
and other
GARDEN SEED.
W. A. W.
The registered stallioD WV. A. W
will be at the stables in rear of Mr.
Henry Refo's store Friday and Satur
day of each week; balance of time on'
the farm. He is seven years old, bay ,
with black points. Has good bone
and muscle; nio blemish or defect. He
is kind in disposition and a perfect
roadster. His sire is the celebrated
Red Wilkes, His dam, Betsy Baker,
was sired by Dictator, who was the
sire of Jay-Eye-See, 2.10, of Director,
2.07, of the invincible Direcitum, 2.04,
the grandsire of Nancy Hanks, the
;quecu of trotters, and the sire of many
others of extreme speed.
Terms, $15.00 to insure marc with~
foal. For extended pedigree and cer-?
tified record address1
.JOHN G. MOBLEY,
4.4-tilaug1 Winnsbzro, S C.
A CLEAR~ HEAD;
good digestion; sound sleep; a
fine appetite and a ripe old age.
are some of the results of the use
of Tutt's Liver Pills. A single
dose wvill convince you of their
wonderful effects and virtue.
A Known Fact
An absolute cure for sick head
ache, dyspepsia, malaria, so-ur
stomach, dizziness, constipatier1
bilious fever, piles, torpid li, er
and all kindred diseases.
Tutt's Liver Pill
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SOUTHERN RAILWAY. IN
entral Tr6a Between Columbiaand Jack
sonville. Eastern Time Between Co
lumbia and Other Points.
Effective May 8, 1899.
'NO. 34 No. 36
Northbon' Daily. Daily.
v. J'ville, F.C.&P.Ry........ 20 OP
" Savannah.............-12 5p 12 P
Lr. Columbia............- 4--p - 45
,T. Charleston, So. Ry .......... a 5 p
Lr. Columbia............. . -- 0 -
Jv. Augdsta. so. Ry.........- - -P
" Graiteville............. 309P 115P
" Aiken.....................
" Trenton....................1 36p lO0P
" Johnstons............ 349p -2--P
tr. ColumbiaUn. dep't..........520p 210
sCol'biaBland'g 5......... 555
Winnsboro................688p 6506
" Chester ................... 726p 73a
" Rock 31M1.................... 8 P 915a
Lr. Charlotte.................
Danville...................... 12558 1 22p
tr. Richmond ................... B600 625p
kr. Waakngta ............ 55a 905P
s 20a8p 00~
128 5p10
2A0p 8 No. 35
Southound Daily, Dally.
1aI. o Yo.r yL........7a 32
3149 112p -
.iT. Richmond ...............U 11OP 22 0l1M
v. Danville ................. 4159
........... . 85a 10a
Rock ............... 9 02a Up
Chester.................. 9359 11 Vp
Wihboro ..............10 21 a 12 82&
rCol'bi'Blsd'g st. ........ 25 187a
v. Colubian. dept..........1 45 400a
Jostons.5.............. 123 p 00&
Trenton................138p 625a
r.Aiken .................2 a 1.
Graniteville2............20p 707
44l~uss,............... ,45P BOOS T
Lv. Newmia . .........s 3265
&r.Charleston................ 84Up . Ma
. Col.a...C.&P.By....- 10 8 1247 a
"Savannahar ............ . i.. .a
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p. wumb Room Sleeping Cars betw
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Pullman Sleeping Cars between Charlotte
n Tlebmond.
es. 85 and -U. S. Fa il Through
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breeb Jacksofiv and New loV2%1
lotte. Diig ears servo all meals onroutp
M'lm=n sleeping ca betwen Jaonille
gnColumbia. enroute daily between Jackson
" Gandicinlstl, via Asheville.
FRA11 ON J.3L CULP,
TrdVG grn.M fg. T.M., Washington.
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G. P. A.. Wasbington. (. P. A.. Atlnta.
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press. Sufrd Sr'ltle."ing C ears ten
fu andhYrk.Fren
11oen excawnt oohengarsbsotween
Jackisobecaue, isvantnal Waingetn
Seappie uoYteoutiewhr
Pullea theoepsn of r theteen radilborbt
5 and 6come int diret coactl I
Plnd nerousns iso ket smleelygay
heens Jakofi de and Nefork~gi anot1
npin c, een iglar itself
one. encrs sore and als without.
manovr incas quckand s. le
an otumbr, adwenote liteen cmson
il esrnlsyand Chncalthy.i
EBAFIE.LD -EUAOR~.M
EWS ***
and
+HERALD.
-Weeklw, $3 a Year in Advan ce
1eklv, $1.50 a Yearin Advan
LETI'ER HEABS,
BILL HEADS,
NOTE HEADS,
LAWYERS' BRIEFS.
LIENS,
MORTGAGEb,
DEEDS,
CIRCULARs,
and everything in lob line done
as cheaply as anywhere else in
the~tate.
IVE USA CHANCE
very penny spent
home is kept at home.
IORSES
and
MULES.
STILL HAVE LEFT OVER SIX
)UNG~ KENTUCKY MMLES, five
them broken, which I will sell
op or exchange them for broker
en mules.
I also have ONE HEAVY
TEAM suitable for log
mules, and a few PLUG -
MULES, which I will sell
low for cash. Also T WO
GOOD. SADDLE AND
HARNESS HORSES.
OW&.'
have one (2OW AND CALf" and
several god Springers, and am
A.. WILLIFORD.
Winnsboro. 8. U. e
B UGGIES
Poug gios.
BUGGIES
WE HAVE THEM
AT PRICES TO
PLEASE YOU.
W. DOTY & Co

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