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MAIL COLLECTI a.
Letters will be collected from ti-e
P:tter boxes at 11.20 a. m. and 9 p. in.
going sonth, and 5.30 p. i. and 9
p. in. going north.
New A vrismns
Flour-F. W. Habenicht.
Money to Loan-James Q. Davis and
Notice-L. S. Dougla~s, Geo. L.
Newborry College-Rev. G. W. HIol
Barium Springs Mineral Water
F. W. H1abenicht.
Managers of Election-J. W. Lyles,
-Mr. T. H. Ketchin has the finest
tomatoes we have seen; the largest
.one weighed 17 ounces.
-A match game will be played
this evening between the second nine
of Winnsboro and Greenbrier at
-The Womati's Missionary and
Benevolent Society of the A. R. P.
Church will meet at the residence of
Mrs. P. Ketcbin this afternoon at i.30
o'clock. A full attendance requested.
DEMOCRATIC.-The Democratic Exe
tive Committee will meet in Winns
ro on Saturday, August 25.
A. S.-The Executive Committee
the Fairfield Agricultural Society
11 meet in Winnsboro on Saturday,
aust 18, at 11 o'clock a. m.
huson's Magnetic Oil, horse brand,
onderful liniment for rheuma
uralgiot,sprains and bruises for
east. $1.00 size 50 cts.; 50 ct.
Winnsboro Drug Store. *
Asa A .WATERMELON.
'lison took charge of three
Friday. They were eom
tealing watermelons from
rice. Their names are
n Brice and Henry
6 Lcn STALK.-Mr.
had a stalk of cotton
as 6 inches long and
it. Mr. Bryson said
at he saw 15 stalks
e but just happened
he first come to.
e College. This
nds out" wives
are ground out
stitution needs no
e readers of THE
ALD. The manage
that the country af
sfor this institution a
ion of its merits and a
ill snrely follow.
ATER SCPPLT.-The folloW
ing is the report of the policeman on
the water snpply measurements taken
en Momnday morning:
Court-house ciatern..........15 10
Depot cistern..............15 6
Elliott's cistern.............. 9 7
Neil's cistern.............. .9 3
Miller's cistern.............. 7 5
Phillips' cistern........,...10 -O
Cummings' ciarn......... 16 il
Mr.. J. J1. Gerig left for Florida
Mr. T. WV. Lauderdale went to Co
lumbia on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. 11. McMaster went
to Columbia on Monday to attend
Mrs. McKay's funeral.
Prof. and Mrs. J. P. Kennedy have
returned to Due West after visiting
Mr. Jas. A. Brice's family.
Mrs. D. J. Macaulay is visiting her
mother, Mrs. E. B. McMaster.
Special to The News and Herald.
WismsxgroN, August 13.-House
caucus accepts Senate bill. Sugar,
coal and ore go to free list.
-A SAD DEATH.
Mrs. B. D. McKay, formerly Miss
Schelly McMaster, a daughter of Col.
F. W. McMaster died at her home in
Columbia on Sunday night. She had
been in declining health for over a
year. A husband and five small chil
dren with a host of relatives are left
to mourn her loss. We tender our
sympathy to those bereaved.
VOTE NOT COUNTED U'NLESS COM
PLIANCE WITH THE RtLE.
Rule 8. Candidates for the General
Assemby and for County offices shall,
ten days previous to the primary
election, tile with the Chairman of the
County Executive Committee a pledge,
in writing, to abide the resujt of the
primary and support the nominees of
the party. No vote for any candidate
who has not complied with this rule
shiall be counted.
Saturday, August 18, is the ast day
that a pledge will be accepted. A d
dress J. Ri. Curlee, Rockton, S. C.
A Quarter Century Tebt.
For a quarter of a century Dr Kinug's
Newv Discove~ y has been tested, and the
millions who have received beenfit from
its use testIfy to its wonderful curative
poweis in all diseases of Throat, Chest
and Lnngs. A remedy that has stood the
test so long and that has given so univer
sat satisfaction is no experiment. Each
bottle is positively guaranteed to give
relief, or the money will be refunded. It
is admitted to be the most reliable for
Coughs and Colds. Trial bottle Free at
McMaster & Co.'s drug store. Large size
k. oe. and Sr.oo *
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
arket firm August 6-7 S 0 ei
ber ,.73; October 6.77; January G.9
Market firm. Shorts covering o
rains and light receipts.
HIUBARD, PINCE & CO.
Winnsboro Spot Market.
Sti-ict middling -..............
Stains and tinges............ 5a
That oil> and rough skin cured, ani
the face and hands beautified by John
son's Oriental Soap; medicated ani
highly perfumed. Wiinnsboro Din:
A TEXAS SUBSCRIBER WRITES.
His Friends Passing Away---Regrets th
Political S.atas Here.
Mr. Eddor: Please Ind enclose(
money order for one dollar and a hal
for TiE NEWS AND iERALD and whel
my time expires I will have to stop
as all my old neighbors and friend
have died or moved away. I wouk
have been glad to know before I qui
taking my home paper of old Soutl
Carolina that her people were at peaci
with each other; it is very mortifyini
to hear the disturbances that havy
been in. the political gatherings tha
have been of late years. Our old tra
and tried men cast aside for nothing
only to keep up strife.
Waelder, Texas, August 9, 1894.
Some of our elder citizens inforn
us that there are still a good many o:
our former citizen's friends out hcri
who remember him well.
A JOINT PICNIC
At Old Mt. Moriah Church.
It was the pleasure of our reportei
to be prese.t at a joint picnic of threi
Baptist Sunday Schools at Mt. Morial
Church on last Saturday. Mr.Fletche
innant, wh: has just graduated a
tbe citadel, has secured the school a:
Wt. Olivet and took passage with "th
local" in order to meet his futur
patrons and pupils and to meet the
friends of the neighborhood. Th<
day was exceedingly warm, compelline
us to drive slowly, consequently the
exercises were in progress when w(
drove up to the church. The exercises
opened with singing and prayer, and
the following program was executed :
Recitation, Greeting-By Maud
Music-I am Thine, 0, Lord.
Recitation-By W. F. Scott.
Children's Day-By Pearle Powell.
Recitation--By Miss Mattie Belle
Recitation-By Miss Lottie Durham,
Recitations-By Pearl Gay den, Laura
ord and Strother Ford, Jr., Holmes
Scott, Miss Lilla Powell, Miss Irene
Scott,' Miss Lilla Mayfield.
Song-By Lizzie Gladden, a mere
hild, and was deserving of special
The entire program was well exe
uted, some ot the pieces were very
ouching and were rendered quite
eelingly. In fact the exercises reflect
reat credit on teachers and pupils.
he teachers and scholars seem to be
ive and earnest in the Sunday School
ork, and they may rest assured that
heir work will bear fruit. Several
addresses were made after the scholara
preentMr. Ellison Jones opene<
with some very appropriate remarki
showing that he is closely allied to hi
work; he was followed by Dr. Joh1
Boyd, who dwelt on the uses an<
purposes of a Sunday School and
pointed out the way to have a goo<
school and the way to cause one to g
down. His remarks were very perti
nent. Hie called attention to th
eleventh commandment, "love on
another", and dwelt on it.
Rev. H. K. Ezell followed; he point
ed out the awful duty towards the chil
dren of the church and established th
point that the few years of early lif
were worth all the remainder. H
dwelt on example as against precept
and his remarks were well chosen.
The closing remarks were by Rev
McDowell. He expressed a genuine
sympathy for Sunday School workers
felt that in many instances they dit
not see the result of their labors
He expressed great gratitude howeve
that the ministers often reap the fruiti
of the Sunday School work, and fel
that the Sunday School was such
strong auxilliary as to almost equa
the ministry of the gospel.
The exercises closed with the re
marks of Rev. McDowell and the
entire concourse repaired to the grovt
where the loaves and fishes were to b4
spread. It is useless to say that thern
was enough and to spare. Tbe dinnel
was abundant and such as the gooi
women of old Fairfield are noted for
After dinner the usual picnic coursi
was persued. The older men talket
in groups, the married ladles lookei
after the children (for the men are
always too tired,) and the courti;e
couples hun'tcd secluded spots, or toI
buggies. When ever you see a couple
making for a top buggy, give then
full scope. Some of thue used oui
turnut and we were really glad thal
we had a top buggy, for we have beer
all along thare and know how it is
It was evident that a good many wer<
trying to observe the eleventh com
madment that Dr. Boyd mentioned
Some were especially Culp(able) or
the subject and the sentiment reflectei
on the countenances were so mucl
akin that you could not distinguisl
any more than between too Peays
A certain gentleman occupied a bugg:
and ir seemed that he was trying t<
cbserve the eleventh commandment
but it appeared that he was making
water Hall; perhaps his fair partne:
thought he was not Scott free. Well
such work will go on, they will try t<
keep the eleventh commandment oz
all occasions and you can't expect any
thing else; it's a God given privileg
and a noble purpose. Let it continue
W left for home feeling repaid fo
the hot ride, spent a very pleasant da:
with these good people and were gla<
to see the earnest efforts mado in th
direction of Sunday School progres!
we rietun thankr for the ploesure
This week I have opened
as Blue Serge, Solid.Black L
coes, White Quilts, Ladies' Ui
Also something cheap in Whi
Lamies, Here is
One case of Fine Ribbon
To Arrive in
Big j-ob in Ladies' Fine ]
see them. Nothing have ever b
GENTS, when you wai
Vest, remember I have ther
J. L. 1Liz
Q. D. WILLIO
A FRESH SUPPLY
Of the celebrated BarIum Springs
Mineral Water just received. First
bottle gratis for a trial, at
F. W. HJABENICIITS.
Managers of Primary Elec
tion, August 28, 1894.
WINNSRORO, OLD MEN'S.
J. F. McMaster, R. W. Phillips,
W. C. Beaty.
R. Y. Turner, Frank Clarke, Mur
T. E. 3nith, D. H. Robertson, T.W.
Jas. Turner, W. L. Kiikpatrick,
C. S. Brice, Jr., R. W. Stevenson,
.J. E. Douglass.
D. M. Milling, C. H. Douglass, W.B.
Sami. McCormick, J. II. SteWart,
Robt. Reeves, David Robertson,Will
T. C. Camnak, T. F. Smith, Geo. B.
C. B. Taylor, Benj. Balentine, P. C.
Jas. Steele, A. P. Irby, N.D.Roberts
J. D. Delleney, S. W. Broom, Smith
' D-NSG ROVE.
W. S. H all, %% J. T. McDonald,
T. C. Rains.
R. W. Brice, A. J. Boyd, R. G.
RIDGEWAT NO. 1.
Walter uflf uff McDowell, Frank
RIDGEWAY NO. 2.
Ri. T. Blair, John Palmer, Ri. D.
BLTTHEWOOD NO. I.
G. P. Hoffman, George Seigler, Joe
BLTNNEWOOJ NO. 2.
Dr. Mike Langford, W. WV. Smith,
M, M. Clinkscales.
WV. J. Trapp, Gus Rabb, A. J. Mc
Jas. HI. Aiken, Sr., R. L. Martin,
J. B. Gladney.
John Arldredge, P. H. Flannigan.
Win. Kennedy, Dick Hood, James
J. W. Bankhead, 3. HI. Neil, R. E.
D. P. Crosby, J. K. Stevenson, J. G.
John Curry, Allen McMeekin, Jno.
M. II. Mobley, Hugh S. Wylie, Geo.
3. W. LYLES,
3. RI. CURtLEE, Secretary. 8-14-2w
DUE WEST, S. C.
The Thirty-fifth Year of this well
known boarding school for girls will
begin October 1, 1894.
Solid and thorongh work by expe
rienced and progressive teachers. Good
advantages at reasonable rates.
Excellent health record. Best moral
and religious infiuenzes. W~ell man.
aged boarding department.
Write for Catalogue.
MRS. L. M. BONNER,
Si . E. BONNERrfC~1
Tillmanite primary; they having the
majority will of course elect them
selves, but there will be many of their
n own party left, for they can't all be
elected- What the Conservatives will
do, being in the minority, God only
knows. Great things come up frnm
minorities; and the peopie, I think,
are waking up to where they are at
caused by the cour.;e pursued by the
majority. I don't know this. but only
hope and think so. In my opinion the
State is in much worse fix than it was
3 between the years of 1876 to 1890.
Just look at the increased and increas
ing State debts, and the additional
burdens of tax that the tillers of the
soil haye to pay by the Reformers
coming into power. And by all means
I hope the people will take due notice
of a communication published in your
last week's paper from E. G. Palmer.
That name E. G. Palmer is dear to the
f people of Fairfield county, and to the
1 State; I mean tke late truly popular
and eminent citizen the lion. E. G.
Palmer. What a contrast he was to
the public men of the present day.
What was the use of the people
t voting (amajority of them) for prohi
bition and have their votes set aside by
their agents elected to carry out their
wishes by authorizing the State to
spec ulate in strong drinks? even dis
hono'ini the palmetto by using it as a
trad, -imark on their bottles.
Ti. re has been a great deal of rain
hew vi the last three weeks, and con
seq mently the crops are looking well.
The health of the neighborhood is
good. Capt. T. M. Lyles and Mrs. C!
Ladd are both improving.
The people of Rock Creek Church
are expecting a visit from their former
pastor, Rev. J. R. Aiken, on the fourth
Sunday in this monti.
The Rev. D. B. Clayton is expected
to preach at Liberty Church on the
third Sunday of this month. .. c. F.
It May Do as Much for You.
Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, Ill., writes
that lie had a Severe Kidney trouble for
many years, with severe pains in lis back,
and also that his bladder was affected. lie
triel many s)-called Kidney cures but
without any good result. About a year
ago lie began the use of Electric fitters
and found re'ief at once. Electric Bitters
is especially adapted to cure all Kidney
and Liver troubles and often gives almest
instant r. lief. One trial will prove our
statement. Price only 50e. for lrge bot
tie. At MeMaster &'Co.'s drng store. '
John Y. Ma.Rae, Druggist, Raleigh,
N. C.. writes: "Some of the cures
made by the Japanese Pile Cure is
wonderful, and from my dealings with
you for the past 3 years, I know your
guarantee is perfectly good." Winns
boio Drug Store. *
iluckien's Arnict s,,lve.
Tiiy BEsT SALVE in the world for Guts,
Bruises, Sores; Ulcers, Salt Rheun, Fever
Sores, TetterChiepped hlands, Chillblains,
Cornm:,, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
ti.~ c*url* Piles, o: no pay required. It
isgotraite!d to give perfect satsacti~n,
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Johnson'3 Pleasant Compound Cod
Liver Oil with hypophosphites Malt,
Iron, Quinine, Potassium and Strich
nia is au internal tonic, strengthening
the digestive organs and tories up the
nerves. Prlce $1.00.*
*.ecnt dicvryb a oli
ee Ihe tipefctilaf
nearernes In place or this Asor Coox's COTTo
1,9? oXmUD tek 'm ugte, orincosiland
Just rcceived, Fifteen Barrels of the
celebrat ed Noel Mill Co.'s Flour (water
~ round) from new wheat, at
~ ~ F. W. IIABENICIlT'S.
Money to Loan!
Money to Loan !
5'HE undereigned hay this day
formed a copartnership under
tbe firm-name of Davis, McDonald &
-Douglass, for the purpose of negotia
ting loans on first mortgages of farm
ing lands, in sums of net less than
$300. Rate of interest lot', payments
easy and time of loan not less than five
years. For further particulars apply to
JAMES Q. DAVIS,
J. E. McDONA LD,
Winnsboro, S. C.,
or A. E. DAVIS,
8 14 Monticello, S. C.
mIIE firm of L. S. Douglass & Co. is
Ithis day dissolved by mutual c'm
sent. The~ business will be continued
under the firm-name of Geo. L.Klen
nedy & Co., who are authorized to
settle all clim. And either party
will collect and receipt for all moneys
due the firm. Parties lhuowing them
selves indebted either by note or on
account will please make arranigenments
jto settle as soomi as possible as we wish
to close up the business this fall and
GEO. L. KENNEDY.
B'aketckS. C., August 9, 1894.
Newberry, S. C.
NEXT SESSION OPENS TUESDA, 6TOBER 1
OURSES :aading to the Degrees of
A. B. and U. 5. 1Increased facili
rties for the study of Phy-sical Sciences?
>Chemical and Physical Laboratory.
,Preparatory department uder Princi
Spalship of an experienced instructor.
rExpenses of Session, $98 to $128. Send
,for catalogue or other information to
>REV. G. W. IHOLLAsND, Pu.D.,
D. D., President. 8-150ct1
1'. W. ITATENCT'S.I
up a new line of goods, such
twns and Sateens, New Cali
idervests, Silk Mitts, Fans, &c.
te Linen Duck and Striped
to close out at COST.
a Day or So!
)ress Slippers. Be sure and
een c ered like these before in
it a Light Weight Coat and
, Come for a shine and be
, - - Manager.
A Fresh Lot of
Choice Canned Fruits. Among them
APRICOTS. PIrEAPPLE, PEARS
Also a 'ull line of Canned Meats,
French Sardines, Chipped Beef, Roast
Beef, Choice Lunch Tongue and
Eagle Brand Condensed Milk, Royal,
Davis and Good Luck Baking
H AMS AND BREAKFAST STRIPS
always on hand.
Our heavy groceries are always fresh
and new. A full supply of
TINWARE, CROCKERY WA RE and
A nice line of Cigars, Cigarettes and
Fine Smoking Tobacco.
"LOWER - STORE."
CAMPBELL W, MADDEN
I S hereby given that aplication will
be made to The Poles Bank at
the office in Winnsboro, S. C., on Sat
urday, October 13, 1894, for renewal
of the following Certificates of Stock
in the capital stock of Fairfield Savings
and Loan Association, now known as
The Peoples Bank, to wit: Certificate
No. 106, for one share, in the name of
Louis Sugenheimer; Certificate No.
107, for three shares, in the name of
Max Sugenheimer; Certificate No.
108, for three shares, in the name of
1 Suenhemer; the certificates
above mnention '-"I~ been lost.
LOUIS SUGENH R
BEST SUGAR-CURED HAMS,
Just opened, at
F. W. HABENICHT'S.
DRY CATTLE TO PASTUBE.
For terms apply to
A. B. CATHOART.
At thie Old Stand~ Ulder Dr. Qitleham's Once.
T HE undersigned will be pleased to
..serve the public. Satisfaction guar
anteed in hair-cut or shave. Appreciating
past patronage, solicits it .th fuure.
->At the Col
A beautiful line of Golored and E
Lawns, White Lawns, Checked Mus
Fabrics for spring wear, &c., &c.
A pretiv line of Laces just received.
A line of good Hosiery at loi
Our Ladies' and Gents
Another lot of Low Cut Shoes will
few jobs in Reed's and Padan's Shoes w
Our stock is composed of standard
what we sell. If you wish the finest au
Call at the Corner Store and oblige,
Noriail Pu J Hotel
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 pure,
and scenery grand.
For rates write to
C. M. NEILD,
Rass' Royal Imported
F. W. HABENICT'S.
e1nll Spills Hoetel
GLENN SPRINGS, S, C.
This favorite Resort for health and
pleasure is now open to visitors. For
rates of board and other particulars,
SIIPSOII & SIiPSOI
For Glenn Springs Wa
ter, Apply to
IT IS ONLY A LIST,
Bu W& II e ihlll All,
4O Leggett's Flavoring Ext racts.
SSmoking and Chewing Tobacco.
01 All kinds of Spices.
SMason's Fruit Jars.
.9A Large Supply of:: Paints
M Still on Hand.
Don't fail to try our Pearle Polish
for all kinds of metal; sold in 10c. and
2c. boxes. Try this Polish once and
you will use no other.
Winusboro Drug Storc.
FRESHI IMPOL1TED SA RDINES.
Fresh Salmons Steak in & lbs.
Fresh Potted H1am.
Fresh Cove Oysters.
Fresh Hammond Co.'s Corned Beef.
F. W rHAnIfrTi'S.
ner Store se
lack Sateens, Figaured Pongees, Irish
lin9 Calicoes, (.ingihan, Light Wool
Handkerchiefs were never cheaper.
'Look at our Hats before buying.
be received in a few days. We have a
a will sell at reduced prces. Ask to
goods in this line and we guarantee
d best flour ask for the "OBELISK."
. Beaty & Bro.
Porter Militar Aad y
CHARLESTON, S. C.
The 28th term begins on MONDAY,
OCTOBER 1, 1894.
Full English Course,
Classical and Modern Languages,
Mannal Training in Machine Shop,
Military Discipline and Drill.
Send for catalogue to
REV. A. TOOMER PORTER, D. D.,
6-23-td Charleston, S. C.
DUE WEST, S. C.
Opens first Monday in October next.
Offers Classical and Scientific
Large and handsome building com
pleted. Delightful climate.
Now in the 55th Year of
Total expenses for board and tuition
WWrite for catalogue.
W. M. GRIER, President.
DAVIDSON, N. C.
Fifty-eighth year begins September 13,
Nine men in the Faculty.
Curriculum in lower classes,
Bigher classes elective.
Three degrees conferred.
Terms reasonable. bend fo
J. B. SHEAR
A COOL SUMMER RE.
The hotel at this delightfully e'
smmer resort has been thoroti
renovated and improved. The
-, eopened for the season o
Round trip cursion tickets now on
sale. No lay over at Lanes, close con
nection made. No mosquitoes, fine
bathing, splendid fishing. The table
had the personal supervision of~ the
proprietress, and will be supplied with
fish, crabs, oysters in every style, also
also clams and shrimps when in season.
For terms, address
MRS. WINTHROP WILLAMS,
Waverly Mills P. 0., Georgetown
, County, S. C.
And Original Saline Mineral Springs and
CAEAD'S POPULAR SUIR RESORT,
ST. CATHARINES, CANADA.
A favorte and most liberally managed
summer resort, thoroughly renovated and
improved, with new bedding added. A
desirable home for Southern people. Fine
miles sdistant. Absolutelyfe from mala
ria and mosquitoes. Exellent, varied and
liberal table Service and appontnt
first-class. The baths a positive cnrei
rheumatism, rheumatic ggout, sciatica a
nervous affectious. Send for descit
6-m1het C. V. WARD, Manager.
o can save on. bi~casia W. .
aeC e a reo the vs aalufe!ent
prWs.d h idlna p.rofits.Ob