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'.turdaty, Auguest 11. 18b
Letters will be collected from the
letter boxes at 11.20 a. i. and 9 p. iii.
going south, and 5.0 p. i. and 9
p. Il. goinfg nor'th.
Want, d-A. B. Cathcart.
Just Ii-The "Lower Store."
Clerk's Sale-R. 11. Jennings, Clerk.
Sheriff's Sale-R. E. Ellison, S.F.C.
W. L. Rosborough for Representa
Road Overseers-B. G. Tennant,
Due West Female College-Mrs.
L, M. Donner, PrincIpal.
-Mr. Mul!er is still improving. It
is thought now that he will get well.
-We are sorry to have to state that
Dr. J. 1t. McMaster, is no better-in
lact he is quite ill.
-The "Corner Store" is out in a
new advertisemeit this morning. They
are prepared to feed a hungry man,
furnish dainties to an epicure, and
after satisfying the inner man, are pre
pared to furnish a pleasant after din
ner smoke-anyway you will have it.
Give them a chance at your shekels.
on will always find the manager
xious and willing to wait ou you.
hat oil> and rough skin cured, and
ace and hands beautified by John
Oriental Soap; medicated and
ly perfumed. Winnsboro Drug
o or TEN.-Jno. Eryin used un
mentary language on the street
rot ten days or two dollars. He
he time, as cash was low.
ocRATJc LEAGUE OF W1INs
nthe night of the meeting of
Democratic Clubs of Winns
ter the clubs voted to send
to the County Convention,
f members then resigned
formed the Demo
innsboro and num
bers. J. W. Han
president, J. U.
sident, J. A. Glad
nt and J. S. Elder
er. So we have
- Democrats, 1
for a fellow
~, of Due W est,
f Mr. James A.
is out on a visit
uinings has gone to
was dressed like a
V. Brown has returned
pto Rocky Mount(ains.)
.B. Creight went to Colum
bia on Friday.
Miss Maggie Thompson left for
Columbia on Friday.
".andidates, Notice Carefully. -
We gOc4be dates for campaign meet- 1
ings wror.s Please let your neigh
bors know of tida~ co:rection. The
:orrect dates are:1
Monticello, August 11.
Uly thewood, August 20.
Bear Creek, August 21.
Longtow n, A ugust 22.
Mossy Dale, August 2->.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
A Fairfild Lady Badly Hurt in Con
We read in the State of Friday that
Miss Mamie Macfie, Miss Haight and
several others were thrown from a
vehicle in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Miss Haight was thought to be dyingt
at last account, but we are glad to
learn that Miss Macfie's injuries are 1
not so serious as was thought at first.
We are truly sorry to hear of so un
fortunate an occourrence.
Found Her Children.--They were Lost
Before the War.
At the south-bound train on Friday1
there was an old colored woman
named Fannie Taylor. She had lived
in Winnsboro for a number of years,
~ut had disappeared from here for
.some months, when she turned up
about eighteen months ago. A strange
colored man was at the depot with her
nd purchased two tickets for the
same point in Alabama. From the
couple we learned this story: Old
Aunt Fannie says that her master, a
Mr. Taylor, became very much in
volved in debt and in the night time
left this county taking with him five
of her children, the youngest being
not quite five years old. She despaired
of ever hearing from them, but about
a mionthi or six weeks ago one of the
girls wrote a letter to Capt. W. N.
Mason asking about old aunt Fannie.
Capt. Mason conferred with Mr. Mc
Uride Smith, of this town, and the old
woman was thus put ini comumunica
tiononwith her lost children. This col
ored man had married one of the
ghters and had come out prepared
t e aid womian back to her
children. There are four girls and
one boy. They are not all living to
gether, but they said there would be
io troubJe in finding the others as they
wee~ Stote of Alabama.
This o ; has never heard a
word fro -. of them since the night
Sthey were taken out of this county.
h tol ou reporter that she never
expected to return to South Carolina
again. Her son Ferris Davis works in
a blacksmith shop in Chester, and he
worked here years ago for Mr. A. F.
Gooding. She informed us that Fer
'is did not know of her finding her
ther children nor of her departure.
So in her old age Ohe will rest with
those who have been separated from
her for many long years. The colored
man, her son-in-law, bore a good face
and appeared to be an honest straight
DEATH OF A FORMER RESIDENT.
Mrs. Martha S. Parker, who form
erly lived in Winnaboro, died at the
residence of her brotber-in-law, Capt.
W. N. Mason, en Thursday eveniug at
5 o'clock. Mrs. Parker lived in Winns
boro for quite a number of years. Her
husband, Mr. G. W. Parker, conducted
a tailoring business in town for a long
period of time. Mrs. Parket was a
ister of Mrs. C. H. Scruggs and Mrs.
W. N. Mason and bad many friends
ere in Winnsboro. She was about
sixty-two years old at the time of her
death. One brother, Mr. John An
drews, lives in Richland and another
in Alabama. Ier remains were in
terred at the family burying ground on
MR. WILLIAMS' FUNERAL.
The remains of Mr. Eugene Williams
were laid to rest in the Presbyterian
:hurchyard Thursday morning at 10
>'clock. In the absence of the pastor,
Dr. Jordan, Rev. W. S. Stokes, of the
Ifethodist Church, conducted the fune
The following relatives of the young
nan were present: 'Mrs. M. J. Sligh,
dliss Alma Williams, sisters of the de
eased; Mrs. Caroline Miller, Mrs.
T. H. LyBiaud and Mrs. E. C. HIartin.
dr. and Mrs. Sligh accompanied the
remains from Florida; the other rela
:ives mentioned reside in this State.
2nite a concourse of town people at
ended the burial.
Mr. Williams had been apparently
vell up to one day before his death.
le was only sick one day and a part of
, night. His sudden taking off adds
o the general sadness of such bereave
en's, and he being the only brother
nakes it doubly hard on the sorrowing
The following gentlemen acted as
all-bearcrs: J. W. Seigler, C. 16.
Thabdler, L. Lande.ker, S. C. Mc
)owell, J. S. Elder aur J. J. Gerig.
rops-Politics---AlbionlShould Not Ad
vance Mr. Rosborough.
r. Eddo'r: There has been a de
:ided improvement in the condition of
:otton since July 1st; the seasons hav
g been very favorable through the
oth; the crop is "grassy" on account
f excessive rain fall, but generally
peaking the crop has been well worked
nd is clean, and is above the average
rop. The corn shows good prospect
or an average crop, though in some
aces crops on bottom lands have
eenf damaged by excessive rainfall,
Lud in other sections the bill bug and
)ud worm have caused slight damage.
rhe condition and prospective yield of
e smaller crop is on an average.
~ardens are something above the
Lverage. The melon crop was never
)etter in this section.
We are glad to note that Mr. Thomas
Ilaynes, and Miss Lizzie Stewart who
iave both been sick with typhoid fever
Mrs. W. M. Saini and daughter,
.finnie, of Orangeburg, are visiting
-elatives in Longtown.
Politics in this section are very quiet.
rhe Longtown club reorganized on
he 3rd inst. with 110 members.
We see by THE NEWfS AND HERALD
hat Mr. Roseborough has been men
oned for the Legislature. While we
1 like Mr. Roseborough, we think
hat the .Albion club has now State
3enator and a member of the House
ud one county commissioner, and it
ould look too much like Edgefield to
)ring all the candidates from one
ection of the corntry. Therefore we
hink it advisable to give the present
ncumbrance a second term, as it has
een customary here before.
Longtown, August 9, 1894.
Johnson's Pleasant Compound Cod
[Aver Oil with hypophosphites Malt,
[ron, Quinine, Potassium and Strich
iia is an internal tonic, strengthening
he digestive organs and tones up the
erves. Price $1.00. *
ROCKY MOUNr OTS.
Crops, Picnic and Visitors.
ROCxr MOUNT, S C., August 9.
Ve ore having too fiuch rain for cot
on on our sandy lands, but the crops
eem to be doing as well as could be
The peple of the Rocky Mount sec
ion had a delightful picnic on last
iriday. It was a non-political old
.ime picnic, and was well attended.
t wos quite a succes, and everybody
eeed to enjoy it very much. Your
~orrespondent did n~ot even hear one
nentioni politics. We had two politi
Nsirfield, and Justice C. B. Jones, of
Chester county. They wcre smiles all
day and put in some good ground
work. The people of this section
would like to see both ot them elected,
for they would bt th ma~ke good offi
Fe counties were represented that
day. Lancaster was represented by
Mi'sses Lizze U. Tillman, Nannie C.
Reed, and Messrs. W. H. Reed, B. S.
Perry, J. D. Tillman, Nat Massey and
D. Jones; York by Miss Carrie B.
McFadden; Kershaw by MIss Janie
B. Cunningham. lairfield and Caes
ter were both well represented. Is
truly seemed like old times to have
scch a picnic.
The committee of arriangements,
Messrs. 11. G. Gladden, L. H. Ford,
A. N. Kesle .. S. Keser. R. T.
Gladden, James A. Gladden and JRo.
G. Johnston, certain lv deserve thanks
for their complete arrangements to
make every one enjoy themselves.
Thank you, boys, do so again.
The bridge across the Catawba, re
cently built on the short route to Tank,
has been badly damaged by high water.
Build it higher nevt time, gentlemen,
and save lumber and nhils.
Misses Helen and Jennette Stewai,
of the Boro, are visiting Miss Mary
Mis Anna M. Ford is visitinig friends
in Lancaster. x. o. 'r.
Johnson's Magnetic Oil, horse brand,
is a wonderful liniment tor rheuma
tisin, neuralgi-, sprains and bruises for
man or beast. $1.00 size 50 cts.; 50 et.
size 25 c's. Winnsboro Drug Store. *
"Nancy Hanks" is a name C(
Given to a little horse, A
Which is prized by all,
But more especially by her boss. C
He cares for her tenderly,
Until he wants to see his girl;
11e then uses the whip,
Aand goes all in a whirl.
Of course we can't blame him,
For he is keeping "bach";
Is tired of the solitude
And wnts to make a match.
Ile's getting on famously
With a little girl on the hill;
Some say that she has promised
To make her home at the mil!.
We can't well blame her,
For lie is so nice and neat;
' - cre's Nancy and the buggy too,
le thing is just complete.
There's the farm, the mill, V
The thinks that are in-the store, S1
And many other little things
To keep the wolf from the door.
There's a little rippling Ltream
Just for them to see,
With a bridge across its banks
To walk shortly after tea.
If all is not complete.
I don't know the "reason why,"
For they are both much in love,
And will prove it by-and-bye.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular as to need no special men
tion. All who have used Electric Bitters arc
sing the same song of praise.-A purer
medicine does not exist and it is guaran
teed to do all that is claimed. Electric
Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver
and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Doils,
Salt Rheui and other affections caused by
impure blood.-Will drive Malaria from au(
the system and prevent as well as cure all
Malarial fevers.-For cure of Headache, Fri
Constipation and Indigestion try Electric
Bitters-Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
money refunded.-Price 5o ets. and St per
bottle at McMaster & Co.'s Drug Store.* Ea:
John Y. Ma ThR-e, Druggist, Raleigh,
N. C.. writes: "'Some of the- cures
mnade by the Japanese Pile Cure is IL
wonderfulI, and from my deih gis with
you ior t he past ~3 i ears,. I know your
guaranitee is per feuil. godl.'' Winans- (
bo~o Drug Store. * an<
TuHE 13Er .AvE im the worl~d for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt ltheumn, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chepped llands, Chill alains, Fir
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tiveiy cures1'ile-s, or no' pay- renvired It
s1.urante'ed to gzi ve perfect stisfac-in,n, i1:
or mnety refundled. Price~ :3 ';te- DCer
box. tYor sale by M-"'iwer & (& '
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
.The Groat English Remedy.
Promderin t" S
e~VAkness, Emisson',. Sperm
__atorr-ea ImpecfC al
prescribed over S5
stheo y ea*Ua'on- Fa
est Ke icine knoten. Ask1
.lrgglsl for Wooa'sPos
*etr andw iisen* b retr ma*i.ie,on
pakz.8;si. p5. One teS please, sfz wW cure.
'Ydr-essdIE WO~O' CEMICAL CO..
* - -11 WOodward avenue, Detroit. Mich.
BEST SUGAR-CURED IIAMS,
Just opened, atI
F. W. LHABENICIIT'S. the
ROAD OVERSEERS. F
OFFICE COUNTY COMMISsIONERS,
WINNSBoRO, S. C., August 10, 1894.) h
Notice is hereby given to all Road
Overseers to put the roads uder their
charge in good condition by the 1st ofco
September, or they will be responsible. an
B. G. TENNANT, Dr
8-11td Chmn. Bd. Co. Coin.
DUE WEST, S. C. an
The Thirty-fifth Year of this well of
known boarding school for girls will lar
begin October 1, 1894. lat
Solid and thorough work by expe
rienced and progressive teachers. Good
advantages at reasonable rates.
Excellent health record. Best moralvi
and religious influences. Well man
aged boarding department. tel
Writc for Catalogue.
MRS. L. M. BONNER,
11. E. BUNNER, s
8-11-2m Vice-Pi incipal. thi
IS hereby given that application will f
Lbe made to The Peoples Bank at
the ofiice in Winnsboro, S. C., on Sat- C
urday, October 1:1, 1894, for renewalA
of the following Certificates of StockA
in the capital stock of Fairfield Savings
and Loan Association, now known as
The Peoples Bank, to wit: Certificate f
No. 106, for one share, in the name of I
Louis Sugenheimner; Certificate No.
107, for three shares, in the name of
Max Suigenheimer; Certificate No.
108. for three shares, in the name of
Ida' Sugenheimer; the certificates
aove mentioned having been lost. -
1. W. ITI& TNTCHT'S. I
This week I have opened u
Blue Serge, Solid Black Lav
)es, White Quilts, Ladies' Und
lso something cheap in White
Laies, Here is
One case of Fine Ribbons
To Arrive in a
Big job in Ladies' Fine D
c them. Nothing have ever be<
GENTS, when you want
est, remember I have them
. . WILLIFOE2
Fresh Lot of]
,oice Canned Fruiis. Among them n
RICOTS. PINEAPPLE, PEARS ti
and PEACHES. f<
so a full line of Canned Meats, la
h as- C
mh Sardines, Chipped Beef, Roast
Beef, Choice Lunch Tongue and
ole Brand Condensed Milk, Royal, e
'DPVis and Good Luck Baking
MS AND BREAKFAST STRIPS
always on hand.
)ur heavy groceries are alw ays f resh
new. A full supply of
WRCROCK RT WA RE and ti
L nice line of Cigars, Cigarettes andb
ie Smoking Tobacco.a
5WR - STOR."
L'YPBELL WV, MADDEN J
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. ~
COUNTT OF FAIRFIELD.j
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. S
nnie C. Clark, Plainitif, against Jas. 6
: Herring, William A. Clark and al
fames A. Clark (the last two both ~a
udiidually and as Executors of d
henry Clark, deceased), W. Clark,
[unio~r, [hattie Clark, Mamnie Clark.
John Clark, Katie Clark, Jamea s
lark, Junior, WV. HI. Clirk and Jno.
3. Clark, Defendants.
i pursuance of an or der of tbe_
Court of Common Plea', made ini '
above stated case, I wiil offer for
e, before the Court House door in
nnsboro, on the
RST MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER
et, whin the legal hours of sale,
public outcry, to the highest bidder,
following described property, to
.The Turnipseed place. said to
itain Three Hundred and Ten Acre.,
d bounded on the north by lands of
.John Wallace, east by lands of
phen Gibson's estate, south by lands
Joseph Freshley, and west by lands
Dr. John Wallace.
t. The Chappell place, said to con
u Six Hundred Acres, more or less,
bounded on the north by lands of
'.Jno. M. Glenn, on the east by lands
Stephen Gibson's estate, south by
d of James A. Clark, and west '.,
ide of Dr. Jno. Wallace. ]
TERMs OF sALE:
.ash, subject to the following pro
ion: That it the Defendant Jas. C.
~rring now in pessession, shall in
iting acknowledge himself to be a
iant of the purchaser for the re
tinder of the year 1894, at a rental
Ncient in amount to pay all the taxes
;essd against the property for 1894,
n neither he nor his tenants shall be
iturbed in their use and occupation
the premises until the end of the
esent year. The purchaser to pay
Sall necessary pipers.
R. 1H. JENNINGS,
erk's Office, C. C. P. F. C.
Winnboro, S. C., lt
igust 10, 1594. 811
HIR a IMPROVED -
F. WV. IIABENICHT'8.
cant~ A~wu1 wwwVO.60 r ra. com W.
p a new line of goods. such
vns' and Sateens, New Cali
lervests, Silk Mitts, Fans, &c.
Linen Duck and Striped
to close out at COST.
Day or So!
ress Slippers. Be sure and
n offered like these before in
a Light Weight Coat and
Come for a shine and be
D, - - Manager.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Fairfield.
3 Y virtue of an execution to me di
rected in the case hereinafter
tentioned, I will offer for sale en the
FIRST MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER
ext, at public auction, before tL
ourt House door in Winnsboro, in
e County and State aforesaid, within
ie legal hours of sale, for cash, the
)lowing described property:
All that piece, parcel or tract of
td, lying, being and situate in the
ounty and State aforesaid, known as
is Turnipseed place, said to contain
'bree Hundred and Ten Acres, more
r less, and bounded on the north by
tnds of Dr. John Wallace, on the
ist by lands of the estate of Stephen
~ibson, deceased, on the south by
mnds of the estate of Joseph Freshley,
eceased, and on the west by lands of
r. John Wallace.
All that piece, parcel or tract of
and, lying, being and situate in the
ounty and State aforesaid, known as
i Chappell place, said to contain Six
tundred Acres, more or less, and
ounded on the north by lands of the
tate of Dr. John M. Glenn, deceased,
od by lands of David M. Glenn, on
de east by lands of the estate of
tephen Gibson, deceased, on the south
y lands of James A. Clark, and on
i west by lands of the estate of Dr.'
ohn M. Glenn, deceased.
Levied on as the property of the
tate of HI. Clark, deceased, by whom
tid lands were devised to James A.
lark hereinafter mentioned for life
'ith remainder to other persons, at the
lit of Samuel R. Johnston, as Probate
uge for Fairfield County, in said
tate of South Carolina, Plaintift,
gainst WV. A. Clark and James A.
lark, each in his individual capacity,
od the said WV. A. Clark and James
.Clark, as Executers of HI. Clark,
RI. E. ELLISON,
heriff'a Office, S. F, C.
Winnsboro, S. C., August 10, 1894.
,Y CATTLE TO PASTURE,
or terms apply to
A. B. CATHCART.
I the~ Oldi Stand Udller Dr. Qeattlebllms Ole,
fUHE undersigned will be pleased to
L serve the publ'c. satisfaction .guar
.teed in hair-cut or shave. Appreciating
>ast patronage, solicits it in the future.
3-txly V. MONTAGUE.
ONE BARREL NEW CROP
ONE CASE FINE LARGE
F. W. T-HABRENICT'S.
I srew .A:
9At the Cor
A beautiful line of Colored and B1
Lawns, White Lawns, Checked Musti
Fabries for epring wear, &c., &c.
A pretty line of Laces just received.
A line of good Hosiery at low
Our Ladies' and Gents'
Another lot of Low Cut Shoes will 1
few job3 in Reed's and Padan's Shoes we
Our stock is composed of standard g
what we sell. If you wish the finest an
Call at the Corner Store and oblige,
liormanl Part Hotll
WALHALLA, S. C.
A GOOD PLACE TO SPEND THE
'Where you can have
Attention at a
At an attitude of 1200 feet the nights
aro always cool, water cold and pare,
and scenery grand.
For rates write to
C. M. NEILD,
Rass' Royal Imported
F. W. H ABENICHT'S.
GLENN SPRINGS, S. C.
This favorite Resort for health and
pleasure is now open to visitors. For
rates of board and other particulars,
Si llpsOll & SilSllR
For Glenn Springs Wa
ter, Apply to
PAUL SIMPSON. 1
IT IS ONLY A LIST,
SLeggett's Flavoring Extracts.
SSmoking and Chewing Tobacco. I
O All kinds of Spices.
I Mason's Fruit Jars.
.A Large Supply of Paints
Still on Hand.
Don't fail to try our Pearle Polish
for all kinds of metal; sold in 10c. and
2.5c. boxes. Try this Polish once and
you will use no other.
Winsbro Drug Store.
FR EH IMPORITED SARDINES.
Fresh Salmons Steak in i lbs.
Fresh Potted Ham.
Fresh Cove Oysters.
Fresh Ihammond Co.'s Corned Beef.
AtF. W. IIABENICIIT'S.
ner Store &
ack Sateens, Figured Pongees, Irish
fnQ, Caqlicoe*, Uingham, Light Woo I
Handkerchiefs were never cheaper.
Look at our Hats before buying.
ie received in a few days. We have a
will sell at reduced preces. Ask to
oods in this line and we guarantee
I best flour ask for the "OBELISK."
a Beaty & Bro.
oplcf MiiJa AcaecJ,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
The 28th term begins on MONDAY,
30TOBER 1, 1894.
nll English Course,
Classical and Modern Languager,
Manual Training in Machine Shop,
ilitary Discipline and Drill.
Send for catalogue to
EV. A. TOOMER PORTER, D. D.,
6-23-td Charleston, S. C.
DUE WEST, S. C.
)pns first Monday in October next.
Offers Classical and Scientific
arge and handsome building com
pleted. Delightful climate.
Now in the 55th Year of
Total expenses for board and tuition
WWrite for catalog~ue.
W. M. GRIER, President.
DAVIDSON, N. C.
Fiftyeighth year begins September 13,
ine men iu the Faculty.
Curriculum in lower classes.
Rligher classes elective.
Three degrees conferred.
7L ASSIC AL,
JfA4TIIEM1A TICA L,
Ternms reasonable. bend for catalogue.
J. B. SHEARER,
A COOL SUMMER RECORT.
'A EY'S ISLAND,
The hotel at this delightfully cool
ammer resort has been thoroughly
enovated and improved. The hotel
vill be opened for the season on May
he 4th instant.
Round trip excursion tickets now on
ale. No lay over at Lanes, close con
ection made. No mosquitoes, fine
lathing, splendid fishing. The table
Lad the personal supervision of the
roprietress, and will be supplied with
ish, crabs, oysters in every style, also
Iso claws and shrimps when in season.
For terms, address
MRS. WINTHROP WILLAMS,
averly Mills P. 0., Georgetown
County, S. C.
Lnd Original Saline Mineral Springs and
ANDAS POPULAR SUHER RFMPT,
ST. CATHARINES, CANADA.
A favor:te and most liberally managed
ummer resort, thoroughly renovated and
proved, with new bedding added. A
esirable home for Southern peop'e. Fine
rives and scenery. Niagara Falls 11
ilies distant. Absolutely free from mala-.
ia and mosquitoes. Excellent, varied and
iberal table Service and appointments
rst-class. The baths a positive cure for
heumatism, rheumatic [gout, sciatica and
ervous affectious. Send for descriptive
6-12 C. V. WARD. Manager.
$3 SO jn"
SEND FOR CATALOGUB
1ocan uaTOve U e IW1S55 a
dvertised shoes in the world, and antee
h alu ysapn t a n
pcequa cstom work in style easy Ettingmz
weat lower psuices for the value gven thau
a other make. Take no substitute. If your
dealer cannot supply you, wc can., eold.by,
W. J. JOHNSON,