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Wednesday. October 24. : : : 18D4
MAIL COT-*. OTIONS.
Letters will be collected from the
letter boxes at 11 15 a. m. and 9 p. tn.
g*3ng south, and S SO p. m. ami 9
P*" p. no. jroin^ uorth.
Please Observe This.
If you wish to change your
advertisement, please bring it,
in this morning, not this evening.
Fine Slock for Saie.
Window Shades? R. W. Phillips.
Down?John A. Desportes,Manager.
Notice?T. \V. Woodward aisd Others.
IIeadqmrter? for Millinery?J. O.
4 B >ag.
Breakfast Bacon, &c.?F. W. llabe*
k. You Want a Stylish Suit?M. L.
cello, S. C.
Notice to Creditors?J. G. Wolling,
^ <kh1 Sri*f<
* ?Mrs. Q. D. Williford, who has
> been qnite sick, is much better.
?We hear tbat Mr. Yongue Robertson
does not like tbe pi ice oi cotton at
J - , present.
?It is said that Dr. Pope and Sena?,;n
i?x> .,r Rirlj'ftwav sneak
, ? J-1".* ?*"' o * .
a^yigoa be ?7tb.
^^S&imnangh's cut on all fine dress
1 crQQ-Js is attracting the attention of the
l?dte3 in the Soro. adv
,/ ?There were six white and twentyfive
colored teachets before the board
i of examiners on Friday.
f -./ ?Dr. B. J. Quattlebfcum. was reelected
moderator of the Baptist Convention
for the ensuing year.
?There will be no service at the
A. R. P. Church here on Sunday uixt,
as .L:e pastor wiil be absent at Synod.
?Do you want to buv a cloak or
cape? Caldwell & Ruff have a hand^
? 8 oive lot at bottom prices. adv
? Chester will have a floral fair on
the 31st of this month. The round
trip from Winnsboro is $1.50; good
for three days.
i ?The Reform County Executive
Committee held a meeting in town on
Friday. Nothing of importance was
transacted, so we are informed.
?Mr. D. H. Robertson presented
our reporter with some second crop
apples. They wore fine io fla7or,
equally as good as any first crop we
?Not to fatigue yon, but we beg to
impress upon you the fact that Lauderdale
is selling millinery cheaper than
^ ever before. Hats sold at almost any
?Dr. Grier's many friends here will
regret to learn that be reached home
quite sick after finishing his work in
the interest of Erskine College. It is
r thought!hat a "relapse eTfiiaTaflalTever~'
is the trouble.
?The State Fair promises to be a
grand success this year. The railroad
I fare from Winnsboro is SI .35 round
trip, the entrance to the fair grounds
will cost 5(X cents, making $1 85 to go,
L see the fair and return.
ft ?Some evil disposed person shot a
B fine honud belonging to Mr. Arthur
H V Owens on Thursday night. Mr. Owens
HBr - was hunting and his dog was not far
HP from him when shot. The party was
V hailed but made no reply so it is not
r . known who did it It happened on
this side of the Timm's place near
?Remember fhat Lauderdale is
|P headquarters for ladies' wraps. These
goods were bought low down and will
be sold the same way. Won't you cali
? and take a look? adv
k ?Mr. Strother Ford, one of the
' okiest citizens from the Mitford secp.
- tion, was in town Saturday. He says
he sold his cotton for five cents, but
still this i? not the lowest he has ever
sold it at; that he got only 3A cents for
t the first two bales he ever sold in 18SG.
L They were sold in Columbia.
__ ?Mr. E. W. Phillipps is speaking to
H you this morning through our columns.
He offers to keep the sun out of your
Bfc face for less, or not any more, money
than you can have it done for in CoGambia
or Augusta. In short he has a
full line of curtains, curtain poles and
fixtures which he offers to the trade.
^ Call ju d examine and he will sell you.
?Mimn&ngh has a lew more of those
L uice p aits patterns left. Go and see
It ?Cards are out announcing the mar^
riage <>?k'Mr. W. D. Douglass to Miss
Floride P. Dwight on the 24th
of this month. Mr. Douglass, the
editor of The News axd Herald and
K a popular rising young attorney at the
bar here, is too well known to need
W any introduction to our readers. Miss
L Dwigbt is one of Winnsboro'S most
& charming and attractive young ladies,
m a person of noble disposition and ster
ling character, and is greatly admired
by a large circle of friends and acquaints
L ?Read the advertisement of J. O.
B Boag. lie is offering for sale anyw
thing you want from a piece of lace to
a four-horse wagon. His stock is full
of such things as everyone will need.
The times are hard, but Mr. Boag says
VF ie will make prices easy. lie only
asks you to inspect his stock. lie ofy"
fers cooking stoves and if you have
^ not an ear for performing on this in
& strument then buy an organ and play
W 'till you need recreation which you
1^. may have by purchasing a handsome
W" surrey. Read the advertisement and
give him a call.
?Everything you need in the millinery
line can be found at Lauderdale's.
* Hats tor big folks and little folk?, old
and young, fat or lean?as pretty a
| line as we hove ever offered vou.
L i Come and look at it. adv
Constipation and sick headache perWSf
manentlv cured and piles prevented
by Japanese Liver Pellets; especially
j adapted to children's use. Winnsboro
Drug Store. *
Highest of all in Leavening Powe
8"% fr I
Married.?Miss Amelia M'cFadden, I
of Chester, who went to school here to I
Prof. Withcrow, was married on
Wednesday to Dr. J. I>. Wise. They j
will re-ide in Chester.
Called ox a Sad Mission.?Mrs.:
Klinck received a telegram on Thursi
day to come at once to ?ee her sister, i
Mrs. Foran, who was stricken with
paralysis and in a critical condition.:
She left for Charleston at once
Itch on human, mati^e on horses, i
do^s amf nil .?>tock, cured in 30 ininures
by Woolford's Sanitary Lotion. This
never fails. Sold bv W. E. Ai'ken.;
Wfn/roict- Winnchnro. S. C_ *
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What Disease Is It??We learn 1
that cattle are dying in great numbers ,
near Lebanon Church. Mr. W. S. ,
Stevenson has iost twelve head, and j
he says that within a mile square of 1
him probably $500 worth have died.
? Ladies, yon should oa'I at Mitnliaugh's
and look at tl.-ose silk velvets j
ad/ Q. D. Williford, Manager. '
.Both Summoned Together.?Burre!l
Moore, known as Burrell Buch-!
anan, and his wife Patience were both
buried in the same grave on Monday
"evening. Burrell died at 3 o'clock:
Sunday evening and his wife at 5
o'clock Monday morning.
Cut ix a Gix.?A son of Mr. Thomas
Richardson, near Nelson's, came to
town early on Friday morning to secure
mcdical attention. lie was cleaning
off the saws of the gin when some i
one turned the engine over by hand to j
be ready to start and tbc teeth caught
him. It was only a slight flesh wound
The Sign of the Golden* Star.?
In our advertising colums Mr. M. L.
Kinard asks you to inspect his stock]
and prices when you come to Columbia.
This lirm has moved to 138 Main
street, the sign of the Golden Star
marks the place. Mr. Kinard is an
old, experienced man at the business j
and should be posted?he claims to be.
Read his "ad." this morning.
Peanuts Will Pay.?Mr. Tlios. F.
Davis, manager of the South Carolina
Mining Co. at Killians, showed our
reporter one bush of piuders which
looked like it might have had from a j
piut to a pint and a half of nuts on it.
Mr. Davis has one acre planted and
41? ?*V.?rr 1\m>n ttH?n?nCr
li'UiU lilC WilJ lUOJ littW vvvu ^
oat he thinks he will make over one
hundred bushels. The tops make
good iv>ogl? f-o-CKl foi" o?fctW; they will eat
it readily and the pinder is good
hog food. The pinder is easy to make
at d does not cost much in proportion
to the return. One hundred bushels
of pinders at 50 cents per bushel is ,
$50 and this beats cotton. Of course
the market would soon be glutted if
everyone planted them, tut they wonld
pay as stock food. Others should try
the pinder culture.
Jphnson's Pleasant Compound Cod
Liver Oil with hypophcsphites Malt,
Iron, Quinine. Potassiun andStrichnia
is an internal Ionic, .'trenglhening
the digestive organs and tones nn the
nerves. Pints$1.00. Winnsboro Drug
Store. ' *
What Is It??Mr. John A. Desportes,
Jr., manager of "The Hub,"
has quite a curiosity called ihe jump*~
Tf i-noamViloc n CAfH<"m of a 1
1IJ?? ucail* Xl iwvuivavw ?? ? ? ?
pod of cotton in shape and is about
the color of a hickory nut. It is verylight
and when von lay it down it will
commence to jump and turn over like
a thing of life. What is it? It must
be a giascntus, but is called a jumping
bean. We have never seen anything
like it; but "they say" a man who
carries these sort of .things is a conjuror.
At any rate the darkeys don't
like to get near John when he is handling
it. But John ?ays there is a
greater wonder than this in "The
Hub" and if you come up he will show
you something that is perfectly wonderful
and wont conjure either. It is
the low price they are offering goods at,
he says, which is the greatest wonder
to all who come in. Read their "ad"
and go to sec the wonder is all they
Claims held by me, as assignee, will
be put in judgment after November 1.
Don't forget the date.
* G. W. Ragsdale, Assignee.
Off for Synod.
Mrs. VV. II. Flenniken aud Mrs.
Jas. A. Crice left yesterday for Troy,
in Abbeville coutiiv, where the meeting
of the A. R. P. Synod will be held this
Rev. (J. E. McDonald and Mr. T. 11.
Ketchin will leave to-day.
Thftva ii (Ifll-Hrrh in this section
of the country than all oilier diseases
put together, and uniil the Ins: few
years wa? suposed to be incurable.
For a great inanv years doctors pronounced
it a local disease, and prescribed
local remedies, and by constantly
failing tc> cure with local treatment,
pronounced it incurable. Science has
proven catarrh to be a constitutional
disease and therefore requires constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney
& Co., Toledo. Ohio, is the only constitutional
cure on die market. It is
taken internally in doses f>*om 10 drops
to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. They offer one hundred dollars
for any case it fails to cure. Send
for circulars and testimonials.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toleda, O.
ur ouiu uy XJi uggutj, ?w.
Johnson's Magnetic Oil, horse brand,
is a wonderful liniment for rheuraaism,
neuralgia, sprains and bruises fur
man and beast. $1.00 size 50 ct?.; 50
ct. size 9octs. "Winnsboro Drugstore.*
r.?Latest U. S. Gov't Report
COMPLAIXS OF THE ROADS.
1\fr. Editor: Please atk tha County
Commissioners to give their attention
to the road from Glenn's bridge to
Winnsbor*. It Is in a fearful fix, so
much so ihat parlies on this side must
travel thirty-two miles to get to town.
They should see to it at once. o.
"I would rather trust that medicine
than any doctor I know of," Says
"MVc iTfttfifi Mason of Chilton. Carter
Co., Mo., in speaking of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
For stile by all druggists. *
Don't forget to pay your subscription
to The News and Herald. You have
paid to the date giveu on the yellow
address slip. The terms are twelve
a;id a ha'.i cents per month. Go to
the po>ff>ffi : and send the amount in
a register*:.I letter, first taking out
enough to par the registration fee.
We are willing to pay the expense of
sendine the money. We must have
every svbscrivtioji this fall. We need the
money. See remittance coupon and
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?Caldwell & Kaff have a epienaia
lot of carpet samples. Price 25c. and
30c. This is the cheapest plan to get
a good carpet. adv
EXCURSION" TO RIDGE WAY.
Please give notice that on Saturday,
27th October, u meeting will be held
at Ridgeway, at which addresses will
be made by Governor Tillman, Senator
John Ga?y Evans and Senator
J. L. M. Irby. Dinner will be served
by the members of the Ri.lgevf ay Rifles,
and every one is cordially invited to
attend and hear these distinguished
A special train for the occa&i >n win
Columbia, - - 7.00 a. in.
Killians, - 7.20 a. m.
Blyihewood, - 7.32 a. m.
Ar. at Ridgewav, - 7.45 a.m.
This train will then run tp and
- S io a.m.
White Oak,. - .8.55 a. m.
Winnsboro. - 9.10a.m.
Rockton, - - 9.1r;a. m.
Ar. at Ridge way, - - 9.32 a.m.
Excursion tickets, good for one day,
at reduced rate?, vid be for sale at all
the above points?visitors north of
Ridgeway returning homo ou train
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENT*.
Ridgeway, Oct. 19, 1894.
DOTS FROM MONTEREY, LACrops
Good, but Economy Bad?"The
News and Herald" a We torn1! Viuator.
Dear Editor: It lias been quite a long
time since I have seen a letter to your
your paper from this scciion, so I will
write to my good old county paper
which we are all glad to meet at i he
post office every Monday :uorniug.
The ciops hero are fine. I think
voting cotton will make tnorh (per
acre) than <>Id cotton. When it was
in prime growing condition wc had
great bother with it?the bottom fruit
being thrown off? but we will jet
rnako a bale pf-r acre I think. Orn i?;
as fine as I ev 1 reckon both
corn and cotton will welcome a vi.*ic
from the farmer as these lands have for
two years been overflowed; and I am
sure the farmer will be glad to take
the old lady and the chaps on a trip
over the crop3, for J hey have not seen
any in two years. The crop this year
will help us up the hill considerably,
if we do not take it all out in dolls for
ALa aW:Uha? a?? iirn/l at cJ) At* Athfir in or
LUC UUUUlCIlj V* ivu v;v v. v?Mv. j
cumbination. If these people would
economize like (hey do in South Caro[
linaor other Eastern States they would
soon get rich. We would not be dependent
then on any man to help us
to farm. It would bu a goo I thing if
the farmers here could get no credit at
all; they would be compelled to raise
everything, which they can do, and ;
would soon get rich. Bu? no, if a
stsamboat does not stop at their place
every trip they think they are starving.
But with all home-raised provisions,
these crops uculd soon make them i
I nope to settle for mv old county
paper soon, for 1 am always glad to
hear from my old home every week.
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juoiuerey, ucioDer o, toy*.
Those who have used Dr. King's New
Discovery know its value, and thoso who
have not, have new the opportunity to try
it Free. Cail on the advertised Druggist
and get a Trial Bottle, Free. Sen t your
name and address to II. E. Bucfclen & Co.,
Chicago, and get a sample b?x:-of Dr.
King's New Life Pills Fiee, as well as a
copy of Guide to Health and Household
Instructor, Free. All ?f which is guaranteed
to do you good and cost you nothing
at Mcilaslor & Co's Drug Store. * !
The manoeuvres ?f several of the
young gentlemen of our town on last
Tuesday evening indicated some meaning
to the eye of a newspaper reporter,
and Ibe obiect was readilv discerned.
Arrangements were beiug made by
them to accompany Dr. R. B. Ilanahun
on a jo\ous voyage to our sister
town of York whither he had previously
traveled on quite a number ol
occasions alone, preferring then to
keep his own counsel, and especially
so with reference to the news gatherer.
The purpose of his visits wa3 to plock
one of the fairest flowers of York to be
transplanted on the hills of old Fairfield.
lie was on his way to be united
in marriage to Miss liattie E. Brattou,
the only daughter of Dr. J. It. Bratton,
The party, consisting of Dr. R. B. i
uananan, Messrs. 11. ij. jmjiou, jr.,
J. W. Hanahan,C. K. Douglas* and H.
flanahan, !eft here at 4.30 Wednesday j
morning and were joined atBIackstock
by Mr. Frank Withers. They break- j
fasted at Chester and reached the to.vn
i f York at It) o'clock. At the depot
iliey were mot by Dr. Brattou, a brother
of the bride, and were at once quartered
at the Three C's hotel.
The beautiful ceremony of the Epis-j
copal Church was performed at the (
home of the bride's father, Dr. J. II.
Bratton, promptly at G o'clock.
Rev. Theodore Bratton, rector of the
Episcopal Church at Spartanburg,
walking in advance, was followed by
Dr. Jianahan and Mr. H. L. Elliott,
Jr., ah best man. The bride, leaning
on the arm of her father, was followed
Dy Miss Virginia urauon, as mum ui j
honor, while the strains of the weddiug
march were vibrating to the touch
of Miss Daisy Hart. The contracting
parties took their position on a hair
riii; ova* which extended a beautiful
arch ot esergreens and flowers, the
pillars of which rested on the floor.
Alter the ceremony waa concluded the
bride and groom knelt 011 two while
stools while divine blessing, guidance
and protection was asked bv the minister.
The i ride wore a drt of heavy
white tafleta silk, with train, bodice of
pearl pas umentry ami point lace. She
carried in hoi I.and h bouquet of bride
roses and a Fivuch embroidered handkerchief,
lornu'tIv belonging t-? her
mother; ornaments, pearl< ami diamonds.
Mi>s Virginia Bralion wore a. handsome
clre** of pink broculed s-itk,
trimmed uith pii k net andribbois;
The happy couple were the recipients
i t many beautiful and handsome presents.
After the entire ccretnoav was
concluded, cake, wine and fruit were
served, and the hospitality ofthe hon*e
of the genial Dr. Bratton was enjoyed
to a high degree by all present.
The bride and groom, accompanied
by their party, left York at 9 p.m.,
took supper in Chester and arrived
here at the early hour of 2 o'clock
Thursday morning, where s heartfelt
1 i-J !.. 1
welcome 15 cxieuueu tu mc unut, i><
her new home. s?he has vlsUed Wlnnsboro
several times and made many
ltiends and admirer* daring her stay
The affair was a quiet wedding, only
a limited number of friends and relatives
All Can Get Well Cheaply.
When druggists do not keep Blood
Balm?and they are few?send $1.00
for a large bottle, or $5.00 for six botlii
s, and it will be sent to you, freight
prepaid, by the Blood Balm Co., Atlanta,
Ga. Book of wonderful and
marvelous cures of blood and skin dis
" ? ' . -t 1
eases sent tree. Sena ior it, ana reaa
advertisement in another column. *
BLOODY FIGHT AT RIDGEWAY.
Special to the State.
Ridgeway, Oct. 21.?David J. Weir
and James Orr fought yesterday near
their homes, seven miles east of Ridgeway.
In the afternoon, parties who
camc to town and had seen the fight
said it was not ended. This morning.
Weir and Robertson walked to a coal
kiln near Weir's bouse and met there
Orr, his brother and a man named
Ashelord. A few words passed when
Weir and Orr both drew pistols, firing
simultaneously three shots each at close
range. They finally clinched. Weir
was stunned and fell, Orr beaMng his
face beyond recognition.
Weir was shot in the thigh, hand
and chin, the latter ball lodging iu the
throat. He couldn't speak until Dr.
Orr wired the broken c-iin and he is
now in a critical condition. Orr's side
was grazed, but he was not hurt beyong
\esterday's bruises. The parties
are white and it is feared that there
will be trouble.
We learned after seeing this account
that Weir bad been accused by Orr of
circulating a damaging report against
him, and it seems that nothing but a
tight would settle it. So they agreed
to fight fair (this was about a week
ago) but we hear that Weir hit Orr
with a pistol and got the best of the
fight, but they met on Sunday and,
our information is that Weir renewed
the hostilities again and the shooting
Weir Still Alive.
Killiaxs, S. C., October 22?4 p. m.
Special to The Neut and Heiaed:
Weir is at Ridgeway and was alive
at 12 o'clock, but little probability of
recovery. Ball in the neck not definitely
*fT'OT\-PT>TPn t,at> \fA\Trv
On last Saturday evening as Robert
Copes, treasurer of Orangeburg
County, was returning to the Court
House with the tax money, he was
shot from ambush about nine miles
from town. The parties failed to get
all the money he had; there was five
hundred and sixty dollars on his person
that they failed to find. He was
robbed of a satchel which had some
money and his pistol in it. The whole
county turned out to persue the murderer
and it is not unlikely that they
will be successful. Mr. Copes was a
brother of Mr. Fred Copes who once
Orangeburg, S. C., October 22.
Special to The News and Herald:
4.30 p. m.?There are no new developments
of a positive character;
several parties are suspected; detectives
are working up all possible clues.
Whatstops Neuralela? Dr. Mile3' Pain Pills.
WILL NOT GO BACKWARD.
To the Democrats of Fairfield C?uniy:
The Democratic party in Fairfield
countv. on the 2">th duv of Ausrust
last, believing that the time had come
when a fight lor principles must be
made, nominated a ticket, both tar the
Legislature and for countv officers.
That ticket wa-i put in the field to
make the fight to the finish. Each individual
whose name appears on the
ticket pledged himself before nominated
to support, maintain nt.d stand by
the doctrine and principle of the Democratic
party as formulated and anuaunced
by the party both State and
National in its various platforms. And
they further pledged themselves as
men and Democrats to stay in the race
until the voters of Fairfield county
had expressed their approval or disapproval
of their candiJacv. Thar
ticket was in the field on the 25:h of
August, is in the field now, aud is in
the field lo star until after the gencrai
election on the Gth dav of Nouetnber
As Conntv Chairman. I have been
informed at vaiious time* that the
l'opulist party in this comity i* industriously
circulating a report that at the
last moment the Democratic ticket will
be withdrawn from the race. True
Democrats need have no uneasiness
on this score. There will be no withdrawal.
We will fight the good fight
to the end, and elect our candidates
over our Populist adversaries who are
masquerading as Democrats. It behooves
all true men to be prepared to
support to the utmost the men who
represent the principles of true Democracy.
Let not the vile slanders so
I - -1
i diligently riiu yernatciiu v ui^uibicu,
nor the abusive epithets *o freely indulged
in by the Populist either mislead
or deter you from doing tonrduty
asgood, conscientious citizens. Their
mendacity i* ??nly equaled by their
lack of political principle, and is indicative
of the .<t?aii in which they
lind themselves that they resort to such
arrant stupidity in the v^in hope of
driving the Democratic banner from
Let every one w ho lias the present
interest and the future welfare of our
county and State at heart rally around
that banner on the 6th ?f November and
exercise the God-given right of think-,
ing for himself and cast his ballot for
much abused Democracy and against
IN ?p u I ism. Kc^ pect fn 11 y.
Jas W. IIanauak,
October 22, 1894. ' j
Every mother should know that!
croup can be prevented. The liigtj
symptom of true croup is hoarseness.
This is followed by a peculiar rough
cough. If Chamberlain's Cough Kennedy
is given freely as soon as the child
becomes hearse or even after the
cough has developed it will prevent
the attack. 25 and 50 cen:s bottles for
sale by all druggisis. *
Sec the World's Fair for Fifteen Cents.
Upon the leceipt of ycur address ar.d
fifteen cents in po&tage stamps, we will
mail you prepaid our Souveniu Portfolio
of the World's Columbian Exposition
the regular price is Fifty cents,
but as w? want you to have on<* we make
the price nominal. You wii)i find it a
| work of art and a thing to be prized. It
coptains full page views of. the great
buildit gi, with descriptions of same, and
is executed in highest style of art. If not
satisfied .witb. it, after you get it, we will j
refund the stamps and let you keep the
hnnk. Address '
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Coughs, etc. Save $50 by use of one
battle. Warranted the most. wonderful
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great surprise on account of its exceeding
promptness in relieving pain
in the bladder, kidneys, back and
' every part of the urinary passages in
I male or female. It relieves retention
i of water and pain in passing it almost
immediately. If you want quick rei
lief and cure this is your remedy.
Sold by W. E. Aiken, druggist, Winnsboro,
S. C. *
ChildreB Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Backlen'8 Arnica salve.
The Best Salvb in the world for (Juts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kbeuiu, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chepped Hands, Chill ulains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required U
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 23 cjnts per
box. For sale by M>Y later O
Monroe Whaleu, of Birmingham,
A'a., writes: "I purchased six pottles
of your Japanese Pile Cure from Mr;
Amzi Godden, and it has entirely cured
me of a case of Piles of 22 years standing;
will advise my friends lo use it."
Winnsboro Drus; Store. *
Children Crv for Pitcher's Castoria.
.The Great English Remedy.
Promptly and permanent.
IT eures Ml forms of A'erwit*
flL jreaJro?M, .Emissions, Sperm*
BrT^S r? atorrhtcL. Inpotcncy and au
OkH rTXgr ""?* n Of AbiU4 or Xxcttu*.
vlraBLf Ay Been prescribed over 35
V^Tv-^v years la thousands of oases;
1? tiie only SMiabU and Eon<
i Medicine bnowii? Ask
HVmBCP 'iarngglK for Woos's Pbosfirfarr
Aftn phodbtx; If ha offers some
eg ore ana Sij:ci. wortbieea medJdao In place
of this, leave his dishonest store, Inclose price In
package. $1; #li $5. One v~in pl*a?^ ste witl curt,
Pamphlet to plMn sealed envelope, 2 stamps.
I Address THE WOOD CHEMICAL CO..
<. 7 131 Woodward avenue, Detroit. Xlco. ,
St4tf. op South Carolina, f
County of Fairfield. \
Whereas, default has been made in
the payment of the debt secured by a
certain mortgage, bearing date the loth
January, 1892, made and executed by
Thomas J. Perry, Jr., of the County
and State aforesaid, to S. W. Parker,
which said mortgage was duly recorded
in the Office of the Kegister of Mesne
Conveyances for Fairfield County in
Book "Y", page 521, on Januarv 19th,
Now, therefore, under and by virtue
of the power of sale contained in said
mortgage, the said S. W. Parker,
mortgagee as aforesaid, will sell before
the Court House in Fairfield
County, State of South Carolina, on
Monday, November 5th, 1894, at public
auction, within the legal hours of
sale, to the highest bidder, for cash,
the following described' premises,
All that piece, parcel and tract of
land situate, lying and being in the
County of Fairfield, State of South
Carolina, containing one hundred and
seventy-two acres, more or less, boundAn
?Ko nnrHi hu peffitp nf (\
CU V/U IUV UVibu m*j
Robinson, deceased, on the east by
lands of T. C. Camak, south by lands
of T. C. Camak and Smith Chapel, and
west by lands of Smith Chapel and
S. W. PARKER,
Ab>-ey & Thomas, Attorneys.
October 11th, 1894. * 10-13-td
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The price of cotton is daily de
offering goods in ev<
CletnMt and bcantifiw the hair. >
Promotes a luxuriant growth. ;
Never Fails to Bestore Gray
Hair to its Youthful Color.
Weak Loot*. DtbUitr, Indigei-JoD, Pain, Tike in tune. tQ eta.
FOR 1HH PEOPLlT"
Are You Thin?
Fks'.i made v'ith Thinacura Table's is a
scientific pioce.^s. T cy create perfect
assimilation < f Yvery form <f food. secret
ing the valuable parts ami dis smtiii'i be
I worthless. They make thin faces | lump
I and round out the figure. They arv t: e
for leanness, containing so aksextc, and
j Trice, prepaip, $i p< r b >x, ft f..r $5.
Pamphlet "HOW 'j fi KT F vT." free,
The THINACUUA CO.. 949 Iir?:i,lvrny
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1 ' FOIt SALE.
MAJOR, JH.. llalr blood Norman stallion.
Well and favorably kuown in
; Fairfield. For terms, apply to ilayne Mcf
Mtckin,'Winnsboro. S. or to
TI A MnMKEKIN.
l*-20-2w Monticsllc, 55. C.
Try the La Flor the Henry
Clay. Fifty Cigars for one
dollar. A good smoke. At
F. W. HABENICHT'S.
FIXE STOCK FOB SALE !
AT A BARGAIN.
ONE FINE THOROUGHBRED, REGtered
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three years old. De has a very marked
record, and any community wishing to
grade up its stock of milch cows would do
well to get him. .Gall at this office for particulars
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
PARTIES holding claim* against
the estate of Q. O. Waters, de-1
ceased, will present them, properly
attested, by November 20, 1894; and
parties owing said estate will make
payment at once io
J. Or. WOLLING,
Administrator, Wolling, (J. i
rPO protect the Pheasant*, which at |
r. great trouble and considerable i
expense have been turned loose to !
propagate for the public benefit, we !
forbid any person to hnnt on our lmds
either bv dav or nisht.
" T. W. WOODWARD, 1
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\V. R. RABB, ;
W. U. DOTY,
10-18-3qi F. M. GADSDEN. \
PARTIES indebted to me as Assignee
who desire to avoid legal
proceeding must come forward and
G. W. RAGSDALE,
IS hereby given that the Semi-annual
Examination of applicants t* teach
in the public schools ofFairfield County
will be held at Wiansboro on the
third Friday (19th prox.) in October,
commencing" at 9 o'clock A. M.
A. Y. MILLING, S C.F. C.
Wiunsboro, S. C., Sept. 24,1894.
A new"supply of
ou n rl no
Points of Merit.
Cheapest and Most Popular
Buy for profit, keep up to
date and get the best. A new,
as low as can be bought- in
Columbia and Augusta. Save
your express charges.
M mmm wwff T Tflfl
A. W. rillLLifa
JOHN J, McMAHAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
12# Law Range, Columbia, S. C.
Solicits business in his native Ccunty?
I Fairfield. 2-27-1 y
creasing, and "THE HUB", e\
ery line cheaper than ever, <
TRIMMED AND L'NTHIllMED hi
Hats in ail the litest fchapec. a large t
and Tips. Fancy Piu3, Buckles, Velve
taining to this department. As we h&v
must t>e sold in season, we hare marke<
your lirae to come and buy at
Shoes, Hats aHd other goods usually f<
b* found at
Furniture, Sewing Machine*. Cook1
Road Carts, and One and Two-h ?r*e V
J. O. J
ALL parties having claims against
the estate of Dr. J. R. McMaster,
deceased, or against'the estate of Mrs.
H; II. McMaster, deceased, are reqinibicd
t-> present?the .-ame- to -the
undersigned duly attested, and all
parties indebted to either' of said
estates must make immediate payment."
J. R. McMASTER, M. D.,
and 33. F. BOULWARE,
PURSUANT to power contained in
a deed ot assignment executed to
me by Q. D. Willifurd on the 18th day
of Jannary, 189-t, I will offer for sale,
before the Conrt Hou-edoor in Winnsboro,
on the first Monday in November
next, all these lots or pareeU of land,
lyipg, being and situate in the town
of VVinns-boro, in the County of Fair
field and State of South Carolina, confining
Two and Three-fonrths Acrep,
more or ips-?, and bounded on tbe
ea-t bv Congress Street of Raid town,
on ihe north by Fairfield Street and
the lot of the Associate Reformed Prea^
bytemn Church, on the w*?t by Vanrierhorst
Street and said church lot,
and on the pouth by strip of land be|ou<riog
to Dr. D. M. Florence.
Terms of Sale:?Cash.
G. W. IiAGSDALE,
PURSUANT to power contained in
a deed of assignment executed to
me by W. H. Williford on the 18th
day of January, 1894,1 will offer for
sals, before the Court House uoor m
Winnsboro, on (he first Monday in
November next, all that certain lot of
land, lying being and situate iu the
town of Winnsboro, in the County of
Fairfield and State of South Carolina,
containing One Acre, more or less,
compose i of lot numbered (2) and
parts of lots numbered (1) and (3) on
the plan of said town, and bounded
on the north by lot of W. K. Turi er,
deceased, and lot of iherstaie of G. W.
Barber, deceased, or by los? lately belonging
to said parties, on the ea*t by
Vanderhorst Street, on the couth bf
; lot of Mr p. M. C. McCreight, trussee,
and on the west fcv lot of John J. Neil.
Terms of SaleCash.
^ fir "* * * n???rv ATI?
tx VV . HAUaJUa.ua.
10 ICtd Assignee.
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JJIV. MJJX. T XU XV 1 XVJUiXI ,
Office: No, 9 Washington Street, 3 Doon
West of Postofflce.
Rtdgeway, S. C., every Wedues
.... c. i
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i |H gly
rer ready to aid its friends, is
Dome to see us now.
>? Manager. 1
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3 for Millinery. _j
^ DIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
itnnlrAf RihhniiK. Fa nr.v Feathers. Bird*
ts, Silk?, Crepes and other goods pere
a large stock of these goods which
i onr prices on them down. Now i*
J. O. BOAG'S.
y Goods.??- and
Soli-I Color Dress Goods of various
with Trimmirg* for >ame. %
>ods and N >ti<?n? a* low a1 the lou?-t:
it for barguin? at
-J. O. BOAG'S.-'? 1
>nnd iu a general merchandise ttore to
J. O- BOAG'S.
itig Stoves, Organs, Buggies, Sarreys,
1 Federal Election Kim.
1 B|ytbewoodr-W.jy< Smith, P. E?~ ' .- 'ft*-**
tiood, u. 15. uoney.
Eidgeway?G. E. Rembert, S. M.
Raffles, W. G. Hinnant.
Woodward?J. B. Morrison, E. G.
Miller, J. C. Lewis.
Bear Creek?John Arledge, H. K.
Flannigan, A. A. Abell.
Gladden's Grove ? David Biggins,
\V. S. Hall. Jr., Frank Isenhower.
a iu!?.. nr \tt r? n o
AlUl'JU? IT TT liusuuruugu, V,. o.
i Brice, Jr.,R. C. Sterling.
Feasterville?H. A. Stevenson, R. Y.
Clownev, D. P. Crosby.
Horeb?E A. Cloyd, A. L. Scruggs,
G. B. Ilagood. ^
Winusboro?S. W. Broom, J. F.
Lyle*, W. J. Lemmon.
Dai ham's?R.W. Featherston, E P.
Jenkins, T. J. Robinson.
Monticello?? H. Aiken, M. Y. Milling,
A. J. McGiil.
The above named have been appointed
managers, and each one is required
to meet in Wininsboro ac 11 A. M. on
the 30th inst. to be qualified and to
take oat boxes.
10 16td Cbairma n
PURSUANT to power contained in
a deed of assignment executed to
me by A. Williford on the 18th day of
January, 1894. 1 will offer for sale, betore
the Court House door in Winnsboro,
on the first Monday in November
next, the following described real
estate* to wit:
All that certain plantation of land,
lying, being and situate in the County
of Fairfield and State of South Caro
lina (within one mile of the town of
Winnsboro), containing One Thousand ?
Acres, more or less, and bounded *n
the north by lands ?f William Weir,
Mr*. J. W. Bolick and lands of tbe
estate of Mrs. T. P. Brvs^ on (he
ea*t by lands of H. N. Obear, atter
i ev, and W. R. Doty & Co., on tha
so am oy tanas or dames a. line#,
Nannie E. Camariugs and others and
James Uathcart, and on the west bv
lands of Mr?. A. M. Titnms and J. F.
McMaster. I will sell the i>amein separate
tracts, as follows: rr*s
The Owens tract, containing 252
The. Aiken tract, comaining 227
j The Ilefb tract, containing 210 acres.
I The Jordan tract, containing 300
KAlsoall that certain plantation, lying,
H^ing and situate in the County and
Rate aforesaid, containing Six Hau dred
and Ninety-two Acres, more or
less, and bounded on the north by
lands of Samuel G. Harden and HampIton
Sim9. on the east by lands ??f
Joseph fl. Cnmmings and Joseph
Davis, on the south bv lands of W. J.
Crawford and wife and V/. J. Lftm
mon, and on the we*t by land* of
D. Y. Tirana, formerly the Hastings
place - to be sold in a body or m peparate
tracts as may be deemed advisable.
Also all that tract known as the
Gamble place, attaining Fifty Acres,
more or less, and bounded by lands of
T. G. Patrick, F. Elder and Benjamin
.Term* of Sale:?Oti&ihifti cash,
1>a1an?? in tarn panttl Annua! instftU
i/ai(?iiw ? ?i w ^?? .. ? ?
monts, cecared by bond of the pnrchaser
and mortgage the premises
itold, with interest from the 1st Jannarv,
1895, at 8 per cent per annum,
payable annually, or for all cash at the
option of the purchaser. Possession
eriren 1st January, 1895.
G. W. GAGSDALE,
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