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THE
NEWS AND HERALD.
PURLISNVD TRI-WEEKLY
E 'S QII).H E PMLI) O).\PANY.
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Ma: riage ..nd death no!ices free. Regu
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Orders for Job Work solicited.
This newspaper is not resjponsible for
11'mons and views expressed anywhere
1.e than in the editorial column.
All articles for publication must be ac
zomptnied by the true name of the author
ud written in respectful language and
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local-should be addressed to THE
.4 EWS AND UERALD Co.
W. D DOUGLAss, Edito:.
JAS Q. DAvis, Treasurer.
W. J. ELLIorr, Business Manager.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Tuesday. September 11. 1894
Demeratie Convention.
The Femocratic County Convention
convened in the Court House on Mon
day, a:'d nominated a full county
ticket.
The noticeable feature of the Con
ventiona was that it was not at all
d ninated by the town, but was coin
posed largely of good and sterling men
from the country. The ticket nomi
nated is a very strong one. It i- nlot
tain:ed with Populixn, and we are
sure that it is not the product of a ring.
- All tlosc who are opposed to Third
P1artyismn, Populism and l zingism and
who desire the promulgation of genu
ine Deiocrat-c principles Ai uld give
their tupport to the ticket. In the
language of the resolution adopted by
the Convention, it is an appeal to
Democrats.
The ticket shoiild win.
THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION.
The Democratic Convention met
in the Court House Monday at
12 o'clock The meeting was called
to order by County Chaiirman J. W.
hlanahan, who stated the object of the
meeting. The following delegates
were then enrolled:
1U. V. Bray, E. F. Pagan, B. HI.
Robertson.
:Gladden's Gr-ove-Daul. Hall, W. B.
Dixon, E L. Mobley, W. T. Scott,
Blythewood--J. W. Brown, 11. A.
Brown, P. C. Broom, B. P. Hoffman,
J. N. Brown, J. W. Broom.
Ridgeway-F. B. Austin, R. H. Mc
Kelvey, P. M. Spence, E. G. Palmer,
S. F. Cooper-, T. L Bulow, C. 11.
Smith, Alexander Walker, James
Bolick.
Horeb-T. B. McKinstr-y, A. M.
Wallace, A. P. Irby, T. J. Perry-~, Sr.,
E. A. Rabb.
Winnsboro-T. WV. Woodward, J. W.
Hlanahan, RI. T. Matthews, J. M1. Stew
art, WV. W. Ketchin, I) A. C:awford.
Bear Creek-T W. Sligh, HI. 0.
Duke, SamI. Moore, Glenn~ Peak, J. W.
Austin, M. L Cooper-.
Hlampton-J. D. Harion, A. -F.
Peay, Mellville Mellichamp, R. U.
Reeves.
Monticello-B. E. Lyles, A. E.
Davis, F. C. Lupo, T. E. Bell, Geo T.
Simnms, G. B. Morgan.
Woodward-J. A. Stewart, E. M1.
Woodward, R. W. Brice, Sr., A. J.
Mobley, R. Walker Brice.
J. W. Hlanahan resigned as cbair
mtan, J. M. Stewart as secretary, and
Jno. Hellis as vice-chairman.
A County Chairman was voted for
and resulted ia the election of J. W.
Hlanahan. J. M. Stewart was elected
secretary, and Jno. Hollis was elected
v-ice-chairman by acclimation.
Mr. Bulow moved to exclude all not
in sympathy with the movement Op
posed by J. D. Hlarr-ison and Maj.
Woodward. The motion was lost.
Mr. Manahan then read the call upon
whieh the meeting was based.
Mr. Bray moved that one delegate
from each club be appointed to nomi
nate a ticket. Laid on table by motion
of S. F. Cooper.
Maj. Woodward moved that no nomi
nations be made until after the con
i-cntion meets in Columbia on the 17th.
S. F. Cooper moved to lay this motion
on the -table. This motion called for-th
considerable discussion, there being
eight or nine speeches. Major Wood
ward tifaly withdrew this motion.
there being no opposition to the with
draisal.
Mr. Buow then moved that nmina
tions be made from thme floor. Voted
down.
Mr Brown moved that two dele
gates from each climb be- appointed a
committee to nominate a ticket. Mr.
Stewart atinended by inserting one
delegate to be appointed by the chair.
Ca: ried. E-mch chairman was appoint
edl N. represenit his club.
The folisnwin:g resolution was thenr
passed:
Kesolced, That it is the sense of tnis
oiveuntion that in the approaching
efcied appeal only to Demnocrate
(ar r ia-iC saffage, believin g, as we do,
that :he puhity and harmony of the
lashoerstic p~arty can be better re
frtoned in: our own ranks than by an
'The1 CnIvention then took a rt.cCe
niuti :3 U'clock.
After recess the Convention waii( d
on tile cominittee to report. After
:l iting otn the secetary of the CIfm
mn it ce to report onl tlu nomiination of
a ticket, a mjo:ioni to proceed with
buiineass without waiting on him was
cart jed. The executive committeeman
fruom each club n% as i hen ratified.
hile fo.lowing delegates to the State
Convention, which muee:s ona the 17th,
were nominated:
T. W. Woodward, T. 1B. MuKinstry,
S. F. Cooper, E. M. Woodward,
Charles Smith, T. W. Sligh, W. T.
McCrorey, Frank Austin. Alter
nates--Jno. Hollis, E. ii. Heins, A.M.
Wallace.
The committee onl nominations ,re
ported as follows:
Representatives-Daniel [Jall. E G.
Palmer, A. E. Davis.
Probate Judge-Durham A. Brooni.
School Commissioner-W. 6. Dur
hain.
County Supervisor-tJno. IIollis.
Some discussion as to nominating
the appointive officers arose. The fol
lowing were named: For Treasurer
Jno. I. Craig; Auditor '. V. Bray;
Supervisar of Ilegistration, A. M.
Wallace.
The report was adopted and the
parties named were declared the nomi
nees of the Democratic party of Fair
field.
It was moved that the report be sent
to the State, Register, Yews and Courier,
Journal and TiE NEws AND HERAI.D.
It was moved by J. W. Ilanahan
that the Fairfield delegates favor the
nomination of a full State ticket at
Co umbia on the 17th. Carried. The
neeting then ad joureiid.
The Execu ive Committee then imet
and ordered a campa'g. Dates will
appear later.
Cases (f 40 years' standing w here
overations have failed have been en:eUd
by Jrim <se Pile Cure. Wintiboro
Drug Sto:e.
DEAT1 OF MR. JOHN TOWNLE'Y.
Daltun, (;, Argi. 1
A long, useful, and honorable life
has ended. A good man has gone,
and all Dalton and Whittield monurn
to know that courteous, genial, hig.
hearted .Johu Townley is no more.
He died Wednesday night of typhoid
dsenterv. lie had been sick but a
siort time, yet his life had beenI des
paired of, and his family anld friends 3
were prepared for the wor-t several
days before the end came. ie died,
in his seventieth year. .surrounded by
loving children and fiends, and inothi
ing was left undonte that could have
been done to minister to his comfort
and add to his life, lie calmly fell to
sleep, with his heart an I eyes upon11
those he loved.
lie wvas buried from the l'resby
terian church, Thursday afternto in, at
3 o'cloek, Rev. M. A. Matthews odilci
ating T1he initermienat was miade in
West [liii cemetery, and his remains
were followed-to tihe grave by one of
the large-t concourses ever seen ill
Daltotn, all the business houses of the
city closing and giving thle business
men and clerks the privilege of at
tending. lie was buried with Knights
of Honor honors, and the pall-Iat'ers
were from among that ordei-, as fol
lows: J. A. Blanton, T. 31. Kirby,.
J. P. Fann, W. 11. Kirk. John
Graves and W. RI. Davis.
John Townlev came to Dalton int
1867, from Coluinbia', S. C., and had
lived here ever since. He had for
years been one of Dalton's cleverest,
cleanest business mcen, and hatj served
the city in several positions of honor
and of trust. He was beloved by ail;
the remark, "lie was the best man I
ever knew" having been heard r
peadly yesterday. Even the negroes F
loved him, and their tribute to his
memory was otne of intense sorrow,
coupled with the remark, "lie was
mighty good to us!
The Argus joins the community in
extending sympathy to the bereaved ~
family.
Mr. John Townley' married a daughi-1
ter of the late T. D. Oxner and is a
brother-in-law of Mrs. Fatnnie Smith of
this place. We extend sympathy to
the bereaved otnes.
Deafuess Cannot be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only onte way to cure Deaf
ness, and that is by' constitutional
remedies. Deaf ness is caused by ank
inflamed contditiotn of the muco:ts lini-|I
ing of the Eustachian Tube. When!.
this tube gets inflame~d you have ar
rumbling soun d or itinperfect hearitng, a
and when it is entirely closed D~eaf
nest is the result, anld unle-s the infla- a
mation can be taken out and this tubea
be restored to its normnal cond~itionl,
hearing will be dlestroyed forever:
nine eases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing bitt an ini
flamed conditiotn of the mucous stir
faces.
We will give One Hutndred D~olars
for any ease of Deafniess (caused byI
catarrhi) that canntot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHlENEY & CO., Toledo. 0.
WSold by Druggists, 75c. *
Thio-e whto have usedh Dr. Kinig's New
Discverv ktnow its value. and thos', who
have not', hiave no0w t -e oapportunlity to try
it Free. Cait on the advertised Drn;:gist.
and ge~t a Trial Botti , Free. Senii youar
name amnd address to II. E. Uuenlen & Co.,
C' icago. andt get a samlte box of Dr.
Ki g's New Life~ Pills Fiue, as wvell as a
copy of Guide to lhcalth and Hlouslchd
Istructor, k'ree. A 11 of which is guaran
ted to do you good an-ik cost you inoting
at Mellaster & Co 's Ui g Store. *
C'all for tile i htse rand of Johr.:
SO's Mag4;elic Oil. It hasS nio ralual ,.
for the diseases of horses and cattle.
.0 &z: 50 cts.; 50 et. 25 cas. Winnts
oro Drug Store. *
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
tie
vien Baby was slek, we gave her Ca.oria. Cl
When she was a Child. she cried for CasteriP.
when ashe became (tiss, she elimg t. a CastOs P
when she bad Chidren, she gave thea C atog.
for Infants and Children.
MOTHERS, Do You Know th aregoric,
Bateman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many so-called Soothing Syruips, and
most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine?
Do You Know that opium and mwrphine are stupefying narcotic loisons ?
Do You Know that in most countries druggists are not permiitted to sell nircoticsC
without labeling them poisons?
Do You Know that you should not permit any medicine to be given your child
unless you or your physician know of what it is composed?
Do You Know that Castoria is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of
Its ingredients is published with every bottle ?
Do You Knw that Castoria is the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuelkitcher.
That It has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria is now sold than
of all other remedies for ehildren combined ?
Do You Know that the Pitent Office Department of the United States, and of
other countries, have issued exclusivc right to Dr. ritcher and his assigns to use the worl
"Castoria" and its formula, and that to imitate them is a state prison offense?
Do You Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection was
because Castoria had been proven to be absolutely harmloss?
Do You Know that 35 average doses uf Castoria are furnished for 35
cents, or one cent a dose 7
Do You Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your children may
be kept well, &nd that you may have unbroken rest Y
Well, these things are worth knowing. They are facts.
The fac-simile is on ever .
signature of . Wrappe.
Childrdn Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
tHAeE FEED
ANOTiER SUPPLY
T ot., MuadJInIer, Pe1por :1 - - -
A X %x Young Mules
git Dppyr andthree or four
pu , eew (good Mares apd
Ii, w "" se re gice Driving H orses.
i e~ ei an \V- I- be sold to suit the times.
~LM( \\ fE pl te- highest cash
prL e ral classes of cattle',
L i . ~~l~ jtA i\.V LI.LIFORID
E'PAGF~~T,
llt~lh~i& IJI. U14. Wnnsboro, S. C.
~ti~tiT iliLENN'\SPRINGS, S. C
CilA1 LESTOY. S. C.
llEnglish C2ourse,~
ClasicalandMixi ni[tlw'i - - This favo~rite~ R~esort f,>r health and
ecainial Drawine, pkJlre is now openi to iiitors. For
MauIial Trai ni ns in M:ivhinle Shiop
ilitary Disc ipline ad 1)tll. rate- of boar-.1 atnd other particulars,
Semii for caalogue to
EV. A. TOOMER~ POINEls, D. D.~t~W O
'lE\V t \ET , S.C.p ol inpo
T 'e Thiirtv-fi libi Year of thliis wecll
11r'.i boiart1 in*.f -chool tor' gi rls~ will
SoliI andi t hiotrorgh wtork hy expe'
m ee an~id pr:orive ~it 1eaIchers. Good 1 -r. A1p ply to
lv :taes at re:.., naiitlii .rate
ii eliiusl ininen~~ '. Wll inan- PAL SIMPSO .
e g bor'ding' deijeitn-e~nt. - --
\ Wrik fr :tialogue. A CO(OL SUMM ERR~E ORT.
MiltS. L. 31. ):CNNElt, - ---
.J'NN i .ri! I II' .E~~ LTEl)
$--2mi V-ies -l5 ineil: p .
D)AV Ii SON, N. C. re'wt~'cd and 3nip- .v .The hotel
4.kound t i'' ex\curs ion ricts noW pD
n W mi- i * Faenar. -sle Noi . IXovr :.t Lane-..close con
Cxrricl umn in lowe- (Ihtsse". ' lection inadi. No 1umOsquilto#, tinli
H jiii ber~-~ claes leue bathiimi -plesndid ri-shing Thie table
Th e;'refs cofered.lha. the perIdnail mpleri Vion off the
,1. -i.w.L i /.. pr'opriet re-, wnd wvilihe supp;!d with
.iii/ /-;. i. /..-ih, cratb, oivsters ini . very sityle, also
/ /T/;/.1 IJ'T.', --also clamst' muid hirimnps wheni in seasonl.
'lrnslt~~faW S i .ii / /o 05.-11 ()P ?lROI WILLAMS,
cers rsoabl. nd orcata!oguc. y averiv Mll P. ])O., Georgetown
J. B. SIIIARER, 1 ounti. S- (.
- t ietit Priesident.
- - - R IH Y.NE,
CJ ~BFSSEMER C~ITY, N. C.,
Newberry. S. C. G''ASTON CO.,
[ T SESSION OPENS TUEMAY. OCTOBLR Manufact irer of
UlES leading to 'lhe Degr ees of -p i n IL1Ii!
2A. 1. andl~ 1. . TIacea-ed facili- - 3li . .IIf
or the study 'it Physical Sciences? - ),J j ,i' -i~i
Leical :lial Phi~r.i- La nridorv.
p aratorv departmiin:.i nier Priinci- Or..1i rinecei ;ed by mce wvillbe prompt
s ~ii an~ experiiecd instructor. * i-v fill at loweSt price'.
p sies of s'emion, MS to Sle2.. Ser~ -$+i:EfactionI Guaranteed.
V.a ga. or Ite l() !No,m 1ion to oc e.. - First Ntional Bank,
F YOU WOU UKE T
I'd E
HOW FAR A LITTLE MONEY
will go these hard time, call in
and get a good pair or
Or a better kind for
75 Cents.
Or the BEST for
$1 .O0and $1 a50
'I also have them in Gold and Silter,
and guarantee satiefaction.
G. M. Chandler.
3-31-ly
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO.
cndensed gehedule, In Effect Aug. lt,,94.
rains-run by 75th, Merldlaa Eastern Time.
ves. LMm.
Northbound, No. 38 ..No. 36' 'No.'10
Daily Dly.; Dily
LT. Jacksonville. 7.00 am 4.30 pm .
Lv. Savannah.... 11.45 am 9.35 pm ...
Ar. Columbia. 4.05_pm 2.10 am..
L-Thalion--. 7.15 am 5.30- iii ..........
Ar Columbia..... 11.15 am 10.10 pm ..........
Ev Aguta. ... 30 Pm .......... 7.0W -m
Graniteville.. 2.03 pm :......... .A pm
Trenton...... 2.30.pm .......... 8.16
4 Johnstons..... 2.45-pm .......... 8.32
Ar Columbia. .... 4 pm ....... 10.0 pM
Lv Columbia. .... 5.10 pm &20 am .3.20 am
Winnsboro ... 6.13 pm 4,25 am 4.25 am
Chester...... .04 pm 5.15 am 5.15 am
"Rock Hill..... 7.40 pm 5.50 am 5.50 am
Ar Charlotte. 8.30 pm 6.40-m 6.40am
Dnville....... 12.27 n't '11.45 am 11.45 am
chmon 6.20 am .43 4.5
'"~Wis.ilsatoa. .13T m m
"Baltimore.8... 8.23 am 11.35 pm 11.3 pm
Philadelphia.. 10.30 am 3.00 am - 3A I=.
New York.... 1.23 pm 6.23 am 4.23 am
ves*.i.Sm'No.34, No.9.
Southbound. . 37. -Daiy. Daily.
Lv.New .York. 4.30 p.mll2.15 nt
"Philadelphia.. 6.53 p.mt 7.20 a.m .....
"-Baltimore.9.20 p.m1 9.42 am....
L.W3.shigton. 10.43 p~11.-01 a.m . .....
L~vRici d12.40 nfn-......
LY.anille .--. :4' a N .m ~
Lv.Charotte...9.30 a.ml 10.50 p.m 10.5o p.m
"Rock Hill.'. 10.20 -a. m11-37 pm 11.3 p.ma
"Ches'er...51 a m12.14 n' 12.-n'$
' 'WlnnsborO .... 11.6 a . SM 1 f a.i
Ar.Columbia.. -... v.2.55 nin2..5 a.m 2.15 a.m
v.Columnbia.1 .03 p9m-.-+..-- 4.50 a.mn
" Johsn .....1 . 2-,45 p.m .....-..,7.1a.m
" Trenton... 3.03 p.m -.--.---- 7j5 aim
". Grantvle. 3.29 .p.U.- -.-..-.---- 8.05 a.mn
Ar. Augusta..... 4.02 p m'......8--- .5.a.m
L.Colubia-..... i4.20 -.6M.5 m; G'
.Ar Charleston.. 8.45y 1.0 am......
'Lv.Colmbia.. 12.03 p.m 1.25 a.m....
ArSavannah... 4.30 p.mI 5.31 a.m ...
"Jacksonville... 9.35 p.m 10.10 am...'.
SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
On trains Nos. 35 and 36, Great U.~ S. FasI
Mail, Pullman Sleepn Cars between NewYdr2
Columbia and Jaoksonvile.
OL Nos.35. and 36, 9 and 10. Pullman Sleeperi
betwer. Cha'rlotte and Augusta.
On'Trains Nos. -37 and 38. Waintn and
Sothwesten Vestlled Limited nmfl
Sl1 Cars between ,Washington and Augus
ta'. Ne okand~Jacksonvile and Tap.
For detailed information' local and :bog
time tables, rates .and Pullman SleenlS :a
reservation, confer with local a*gents or Mrs
W. A.'TURK, .S. H. HARDWiaK,
Gen'1 Pass Ag't Ass't Gen'1Pass.A -
- WAsEINGTON. D. C. ATLANTA,
W.B. RYDER, Supt., COLUMnIA:k.
W. H. GREEN. - J. M1. CULl..
Gen'1 Migr:. Traffle Eng'r.
WASHINGTON, D. C.- WASniNroZ, D.C.
Skeeters, Git!
2 Doz. MOSQUITO COLOQNE.
CAMPHORATED PENNYROiA
..fosr these pests.
BUG FOISON.
Also One Dozen
PINE'S CELERY COMP'OUND.
-For sule by
W. E. AIKEN.
SUMMON S.
STATE OF SOUTil CAROLINA,
-. COUNTY OF FAInFIELD. .
--COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
L.8. Douglass. Plaintif.,..vs. D. A. .Deitz.
John -A. Corder, Martha A. W~ells and
Mary D Benn~et, Dfefendants.- -
.Sumons for Relief.-Complaint. niot
&rved..
To the Defendants ab~ovenamned :.
OU are hereby summoned and required
.to answer the compaint im this ac
ion,, which is thi dy fid in the office
of the Clerk of the Court of Common
Pleas, for the said Cnty, and to serve a
opy of your answerto the said complaint
Lo the. subseribers -at their offices, ~os. 5
and 6 Law Range, Winnsboro, Sduth
Caolina, within twenty days' after the
ervice hereof, exclusive of thlg day.-of
uch service; and if you fail to answer
the conipainh within -thle time aforesaid,
the plaintiff in this aetionl wili appl to
the Court for for thle retief demande in
the complaint.
Dated August 3. 1894.
A. S. & W. D). DOUGLASS,
Plaintiff's Attorneys.
To the Defendants, D. A. Deitz arid John
A. Corder:
Take notice, that the complaint in this
action, together with the summons, (of
which thet foregoing is a copy) - a
fled in 111e office of tile Cler of the
Court of the.r ommoniPleaS in the Coupty
of Fairfield and State of South Cerehina
o the 3rd day of Augus, A. D. 1894.
A. S & W. D. DOUGLASS,
-8-86t . Plaintiff's Attorneys,
DR. E. C. JETER,
Physician and Surgeon..
Of~ers his professi:nial services to the
p ople of Fairield..
Eostofice addrest, Jenkinsville, S. C..
S NOTICE..
-IJVEING DONE AND SOLICIT
ed byEDGAR TRAPP,
HAVING RETUI
1%TEW 3
le are now receiving and openii
Our buynrs have bought lar
our line in town, with many
Big Barga:
)offer, we can give better qualit
ollars than you ever had before.
COME AND SEE TI
. :CALDI
KEY & CO.
Jobbers and I
P URE, OLD-FASIONED NORTH CA
. RYE WHISKIES, APPLE AND PEA'
f pure goods for private use and medicinalI
s standard, and we sell nothing but high gra
elebrated KEY bran]l of old-fashioned hand
eked in cases of one dozen bottles. We qu
N. C. "Poplar Log" Corn Whiskey, $1 2t
Rye Whiskey. $2.00 to $3. 00 accordit g Ln
Apple Brandy, $2 W0.
Peach Brandy, $2.75.
We cai furnish Corn Whiskey in cases of 1
in'ts, half pints and quarts resd% for use, at
Can make special prices on barrel shipmem
udtry of old Corn Whiskey, -ripened and me
t for privatd use:
NOTICE.
T OTICE. is.. hereby given that .u [
a application for the extention ofl
de-artfbf'the Wadesboro, Winna
wro and famak . Railroad Companyd
ndamenldments thereto, s ill be madej
6the next session of the Gene-ral As
emby-, a. required by the terms of
ection 1603 of tbe Revied Statutes of
onih Carolina 1893
-- 6. ii. McM ASTER,.
9-1 l'resident.
NOTIOP.
N OTICE is hereby giveni :hat an,
. application for the 4 xeittion of;
be charter of thje Winn-boro and Fish
am'Hailroad CJompatny, and amend
ets thereto, will be made, to the next
-sion of -Ihe General Asemb!', sj
egraird by t~he terun of Section 1603
f he .Revi~ed Statutes .f Soutb Caro
na, 1893
G.1I1. Mc'MvAS'IER.
9.~ ' rebidenf.
* APANES D
friUPPriTOIn Cpuulao (tint adtwo
orei of Ointment. Aneverftnti~ can tor PnteS
tith kitor inetol~ -arbullc aci whicE
~~ ent e or
e~u to ou. eaase. fYr o
aenes receved. 1la bo. ti for $5. Sent by mal.
iuarantees issued by our agaents.
ONSTPAIOmi""eds
I sudsand
GAANTEEs isued only by
W1NNSBORO DRUG STORE.
Winneboro, S. C.
DRKIBCOLEGE
DUE WEST, S. C.
)pens fh-st Menday .in .October next.
Offers Cl~asical and Scientific
Couirses. -
[4g and handsome building com-I
pleted., Delightful climate.
Now in the 55th Year of
its' existence. -
rotal expen'' bor xdtuition
iPWrite for cataloune. '',.
W. M. GRIER, Pr-esident.
6-2tiOctl
W.L D cLAS
- .. - -3 Qs [email protected] MAS.
You comD weAN,
th btom wih srtct yo .ginthg
phoes and n mldthel' or atn ur
equal custom rkftye sytigan
eeat ower prices for the value given thaa
ayother make. Take no substitute. It your
e cianot supply you, we caa. sold by - .
W. 1. JOII NSON,
7-3 Ridgeway, S. C.
DENT] ST RY
.J. QUATTEBAUM, D DS.
' tN.WRORO .6. C.
JOHN J, McMAHAN,t
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
12 LaW Range, Columbia, S. C. i
Solicits business in his native Ucunty- e
airfied. 2-27-ly
-. NOTIECE. .
[Non SSRV~EYING, TERRACING
L'Leveling, Drawing, Etc.,
. Aplye .T. .,BOULWARE,
o -m..1 Waad ward. 8. C.
INED FROM
gour
ely. With the largest stoc
y and more goods for you
[IS NEW STOCK.
WELL & RUFF.
STATESVILLE,
N. C.,
1istillers of
ROLINA HAND-MADE COR.N AN
3IH BRANDIES. We make a speci
r O Our brands are all reco.
e . We are so6 proprietors <
mad.- Carn Whiskey and Apple Brat
ote as follows in lots from I to 10 gauo
$1.0), according to age.,
e.
. Extra charge for kegs and jugs.
2, 4, 6 and 8 doz -n bottles to case, i
low prices.
t. We ha-te the:largest stock in
owed by age, and especially recommen
6-2tx3ps
FALL GOODS.
I have in a fresh suppi
)f the choicest brands af
Flour, Bagging Ties,
Syrups, Meal, Bacon,
Lard, Sugars, Teas,
Coffees, Rice, Grits,
Tobacco, Axle Greais, 'ails.j
When in need of anythirng cive
ne a call.
:Priees to suit the price of cots
o.
L B. CATIGil'
WALUALLA, S. C.
LGOOD. PLACE TO SPEND TH
SUMMMER,
- -'Where'-you can have.
~ocd Board-,
Rooms and
'Attention at a
Moderate Price.
tan attitude of 1200 feet the nigh
For! rates write to
C.M. NEILD,
.Proprietor.
6-3odl1
8hereby-given that a.,NOTIaCE c i
be mde to The Pepe tlau's
be offide in Winsbor .C.atal
irdar, October 13, 1894f'r tebevat
f efollowifig Certificates tf&btk
u the eagitai stock of Fair~eldertg
id Loan Associationyno1W known te
['he Peoples Banik, to wit: Certjecit
'o. 106, for one share, in the name~et
jouis Sugeniheiniet; Certificate No.
.07, fvr three shares, in tbe name of
hfax Sugenheimer; Certificate No.
.08, for, three, shares, in the name of
a Sugenheimer; the certificates.
ove mentioned having been lost.
LOUIS SUGENHE[MER,
MAX SUGENUEIMER,
. IDA $UGENHEIMER.
8-4td
oney to Loan?
Money, to Loani
H E underaiagned hav e this day
formed a copartnership under
e frm-name of Davis, Mi%)onald &
oglass, for the purpoe'of negotia
tig loans on first mortgages of tarm.
ig lands, in same of not less than
300. Rate of interest low, payments
any and time ofT loan not less than five
ears. For furthesrticuiars apply to
JAMS .Q. -DAVIS,
J. E. Mci)ONALD,
W. D. DOUGL ASS,
Winnsboro, S. C.,
or A. E. DAVIS,
8 14 Monticello, S. C..

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