:$rCL V, INTELLIGENCE
Tuesday, June 28, - -- 1898.
-Read the announcement of J. A.
Ballentine for Audito-.
"-Revenue stamps may be bought at
the The Winnsboro Bank.
-Hon. R. Y. Lemmon has been an
inounc:d for the General Assembly.
-Mason's fruit jars, jelly glasses.
ac., at McMaster Co.'s. Their ad.
will aypear in our next issue.
-Miss Allston will meet her Physi
cal Culture class at Mrs. Martin's on
Monday, the 4th of July at 8 a. m.
-The ladies of the Baptist Church
will serve ice cream in the court house
Sard Wednesday afternoon from 6
till 18 p. m.
-The faifc?y loed~~Cow on
Saturday on acceunt of a ltroken piece
of machinery. They will commence
work again to-day.
-THE NEWs AND HERALD acknowl
edges with thanks an invitation to the
South Carolina State Dental Associa
tion to be held at Harris' Springs on
July the fourteenth.
B eTe Ki You Have Alwap Bought
TAE WATER SUPPL.-The follow
iugis the report of the policeman on
the water supply measurements taken
on Monday morning:
Court-house cistern........... 9 6
Depot cistern..............15 5
Elliott's cistern............... 9 7
Neil's eistern.............. .13 11
Millsr'seistern................ 8 0
Phillips' cistern.............. 6' 11
Cummings' cistern............16 6
College citern................1S 3
Smart's cistern................15 3
A class in physical culture and
music (vocal and violin). For terms,
&c., apply to'
Miss Charlotte Allston,
Winnsboro, S. C.
We clip the following from the
Fargo (N. .D.) -Daily Argus of Wed
nesday, June 22:
Judge Pollock has granted a decree
-of divorce to Mrs. Hanna Rion Abell
~ from Winfield Veazy Abell, of Mid
dletown, Conn., on the grounds of
non-support and extreme cruelty. Mrs.
Abell.was given the custody of the
-~Mi. 11. W. Hanahan went to Co
- ,and Mrs. T. F. Davis spent
M retuned to
*RMeaM,rie and Jeninie Beaty are
- -~~bo e foSr the summer. . .
- - Mr. O. W. Brice, of Columbia,
Messrs. Grier and Ja:k Pressly left
on Monday- for a visit to their parents1
in Mexico. These young men expect
- to return to the United States -in the
-allf toresume their studies in college
- M. C. s. MATTHEWS COMPLIMENTED
The girls were all in a flutter the
> other day when they heard their
'"summer boy" had been appointed on
Sampson's. taff. Batz their ardor was
c~ooled when they found that Mr. Carl
Matthews had been appointed on
- Sampson's staff of Pan Top High1
School of Virginia-one of the best
schools in that State. Sampson recog
nines the fine native gifts of a Fairfield
edueator and we hare always had this
article in stock and we hope moon to
announce the recognition of one of
our best-men as principal of Mt. Zion.1
Can't some one give us a list of all the
- . educators we have supplied to other
i:.institutions ? R
On Mondiay morning when Mr. J. J.
Obear unlocked his front door and
- ~began to look around he saw his back
fIdoor partly opened and the drawer to
his desk lying in the middle of the
floor and the papers in the drawer
tumbled. It was very apparent that
bome one had broken in. The burglars
had used an auger ar.d made a series
of holes just sbove the lock. By this
process a hole large enough for his
arm to entcr was made. The door
5was locked from the inside 'with the
key left in the -lock. It was an easy
matter therefore for the robber to run
his arm through the hole that he had
made-and unlock the door trom the
* outside. About ten or twelve dollars
in cash was taken.
FRIC i e naantpationl and
awanderful Liv~wer iine3. Trw It.
THE *of Me.
3 REMEDY produces the above result
cai..d by errors of vouth. it wards off In
niyand Consumpion. Young Men regan Man
odand O0d Men recover Yout.hfuI 'igor. It
ves vigor and size to shrunken organs, and its
mnan fo.- businiess or mrig. Easily carried ia
vest pocket. Price flPC6 Boxes $2-Se
by mail, mn plai pack- ~)age . w itha
wtritten guarantee. DR. JAOHAA. Paris
Sold only by 'J.3J. OBEAR, Drug
gist, Winnsboro, S. C.
AT. iON'B LOSILNG EXERC1SES.
On Friday evening a large and ap
preciative audience filled the chapel of
the college to witness the closing exer
cises of the school. It was an ideal
night in, June, with a pleasant breeze
fanning the cheeks of all, and making
the physical conditions almost perfeet.
The exercises were opened with an
appropriate prayer by Rev. J. D. Crout.
The following program shows the
treat enioyed by those who were pres
1. Prayer, by Rev. Mr. Crcnt.
2. Song-"Bi: d Song" - by mem
bers of the primary grades, accompa
nied by cornets and piano.
3. Violin - "Romance" - by Miss
Charlotte Allston, acconpanied by
Miss Martha Dwight, pianist.
4. Song-"Sunlight Glances".- by
members of intermediate grades, ae
companied by cornets and piano.
i. Song-- "Spinning" - by Miss
Allston, ascompanied by Miss Dwight.
6. Address-"Education"-by Rev.
J. A. Smith, introduced by Rev. C. E.
7. Quartette - "Come Where the
Lilies Bloom"-by Misses Rice and
Gerig and Messrs. Stevenson and
Witherow, accompanied by Messrs.
Chandler and Seigler, cornetists, and
Iss Witherow, pianist.
8. Piano. Duett, by Misses Helen
and Jeannette Stewart.
0. Song-"As I'd Nothing Else to
Do"-by Miss Agnes Rice, accompa
nied by Miss Witherow.
10. Song-"Beautiful Streamlet"
by young ladies of the collage depart
ment, accompanied by cornets and
11. Violin, by Mr. Rawls, accom
panied by Ms, Allston.
12. Benediction, by Rev. J. A.
The music, both instrumental and
vocall was of a high order of merit.
t was all thoroughly enjoyed by the
audience, and reflects honor on those
who planned, as well as those who
executed the numbers. Our limited
space forbids a detailed description of
of the rendition of the whole program,
and where all did so well it would
seem invidious to single out some for
special commendation. One of the
special features, that calls for more
than a passing notice, was the address
n Education by Rev. J. A. Smith, of
White Oak, It was brief, pointed and
practical, and was full of sound ad.
rice to both pupils and patrons of the
:hool. The subject has been so often
handled that it is somewhat hackneyed,
ut Mr. Smith, on this occasion, was
ble to present the old fnbjeet in a new
and pleasing dress, and we have heard
is address spoken of in very compli
The whole occasion was most pieas
ant and profitable. .The year that has
iosed has been a very prosperous oe,
ad apila.-and teachers 1ha wel
For Over- Fifty YeurS.
Mns. WNsL,OW's SOOTameG Synr
sas been used for over fity years by
nillions of mothers for their children
,hile teething, with perfect success.
:tsoothes~the child, softens the gums,
llays all pain,'enres wind colic, and is
be.best reniedy for diarrhna. It will
elieve the poor little sufferer imme- e
litely. Sold by druggists in every
3art of the world. Twenty-five cents<
Sbottle. Be sure and ask for "tMrs
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take
io other kind. 5-26tx1y )
-A TRIIBUTE TO MRS. LADD
Her Old-Pupils Ruggests a Donation
The friends and pupils of Mrs. Cath
rine Ladd ire desirous of making
ome sort of testimonial of their affec
ions and esteem in this the ninetieth
year of her age. There is scarcely an
ld citizen in Falield and adjoining
:ounties to whom. this noble and tal
nted woman is unknown, and many
f them have been recipients of her
tindnesv in various ways. A nature
pecnliarly unselfish, with lofty ideals,
a nutiring energy, and great faculty
or organization, she instituted many
plans ,for the public benefit, and
was ever foremost in advancing social
and charitable schemes.
When the war came none were more
active and ardent in home-work for the
soldiers; and it is not strange that at
arecent meeting of veterans her name
poken in a passing tribute was greeted
by a storm of applause. Every Con
federate soldier was a son to her, and
they will not forget her earnest efforts
for the amelioration of their needs.
Her strength, her purse, were freely
given to all who needed, and now in
the hour of darkness it is but meet
that those who shared her bounty as
teacher-and there are few who have
not, directly or indirectly, in one or
the other of these-should hav, an
opportunity of adding their names to
the list which will be sent with the
There is no need of entering into
details of her present sad, cir.nmJ
stances-total blindness, entirehe
es esses, and a lack of thos ~ gs
which are essential to -ufering
inaU . Fried,l .~al:y and give
the deari g ~ our hearts' warm
greatings with this gift to cheer and
comfort her last days i Subscriptions
wll be received by Mr. G. B. McMas
err at the drug store, and packages
also left there. It is hoped that the
list will be fall and generous dons
tions of various kinds by July 4th, at
which time they will be forwarded to
her. Don't delay this good work, but
come at once. It may soon be too late!
Au Old Pupil.
Backieni's Armica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
draises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rhenm,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chlblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refund
ed. Price 25 cenLs per box. For sale
BUCK LICE EDS
Mr. Edator: Wesotice in-I
paper a piece headed, "Mitford
Telephones." Well, Buck Lic _,
too. So I venture to write along
line and ask Mitford to fet" us uniit
our funds and have a line linked oA to
Messrs. Wylie's and Johnston's if
they don't object.
A very , d route would be_ by
Mr. C lingham's and- Prof.
W. S. R 's on- the Winnsboro
andeay's'Ferry 'Road;' then to, the
Flint Hill postoffice and on to Mr,
P. C. Mellichampe's store and to Mit
ford. This would be less direct. for
Mitferd, but it would be less expen
sive for it and Buck Lick to put their
funds together and build this longer
line than to build two short ones inde
pendent of each other.
We have been thinking of having a
line from here for some time, and now
if we will unite and then go to work
right and quit thinking and talking
and writing about it, there is no reason
why we can't have this line at an
There are some men here that will
contribute a goad deal to the purpose
and every man will help. I should-be
glad to hear from some of the Mitford
friends on the subject if they care to
Jn -25. '98. Back Lick Farmer..
C:).a.AS T. O2..A..
E a e The (ind You ave:Always $eught
The Ladies' Aid Society of Little
River Church will serve ice cream at
the residence of Mr. B. U.. Yar
borogh, at Long Run, on the evening
of July 1st, for the benefit of the Bap
tist parsonage. Public cordially in
The rains came, the floods descend
ed, and the morning of "Children'
Day" at Shiloh dawned dark and,
gloomy, yet it was very well attended,
the house being full to overflowing.
Rev. Rr. Stackhouse, of Columbia,
nd Rev. J. P. Isenhower, of thie:
ounty, addressed the children. A
innr lemonade was served.
Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Wicker, of e
berry, together with their son, Mr
John Wicker~ and family, -recent,
risited Mrs. J. S. Swygert, of iiiR
Mrs. J. K. Ragsdale, of Blair',;
:ompanied by Mrs. D. Stanton, a
lown to attend picnic last week. -
Miss deChriston, of Arkansas,W
ias recently graduated at Duea
, visiting Misses Essie Holley~
~enie -Anderson, who wee 1upiI
Misses Gilmore an~d Padgeti of
~aree, are the guests rs.
cnl Vsome~ i e
Miss Annie and Mr. Austin Lyles
d Hop James, of Blair's, made a
hrt visit to this section last week.
An infant son of Mr. A. J. 'Mc
teekin, died on the 18th in it. It had
een sick only a few hours. r.
June 25, 1898.
There are few men more wide awake
ad enterprising than McMaster Co.,t
rho spare no pains to secure the best
E everything in their line for their
nany customers. They now hava the,
raluable agency for Dr. King's New
)iscovery "for Consumption, coughs
ud Colds. This is the wonderful
emedy that is producing such a furor
ll over the country by its many start
ing cres. It absolutely cures Asthma,
3ronchitis, Hoareness and all affections
f the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Call
t above drug store and get a trial bo'
le free or a regular size for 50 cents
Lnd $1.00. Guaranteed to -cnre or
rice refunded. 5
NEWs I'BOM BUCK LICK.
The farmers in our country have
ooked long but not in vain for the
iach needed rain. We had splendid
isasons last week and the cotton is all
ap at' last and everything is in a
lourishing condition. But owing to
:he long dry spell, a great deal of the
otton did not come up until the 18th
From what we can learn through
he papers this dlrought was general
tnd the cotton crop shows a very poor
,tand and much of it will, conse
~uently, come on late. Also we see
hat the acreage has been reduced two
million less than last year. With all
these odds against the production of a
Large erop, the writer thinks we can
but expect to receive a good price for
Mr. Johnnie Gibson's cotton fields
are showing quite a number of blooms.
The fruit crop, including the melons,
is fine and abundant so far.
We are glad to notice so manyv
wagons of wheat passing through en
routo for Mr. Gladden's figur mill at
Rocky Creek. Some of our farmers
have raised good crops of it this year.
A soft-shell turtle, measuring 21l
inches from tip to tip and 46 inches in
circumference of shell and weighing
16 pounds, was captured last Wednes
day in the Wateree Creek by Mr. P. C.
The young people of the community
enjoyed a lawn party some time ago
given by Mrs.. N. A. Peay at her
pleasant home. Nobody knows better
than Mrs. Peay how to make the
young folks have a pleasant time.
A few evening ago Mrs. Mary Boul
ware entertained them very hand
somely at a party at her home given
in compliment of Mr. Hugh Stokes,
an interesting young ' an from Early
We han't had any of our candi
a. d yet, but their
vet forgotten them and
- Te our present County
gentle hint. Since he
bridges between the
Ba ffice and Mr. N. A.
Pea ptly and substantially
repsa~ ant to calJ his attention
to th Creek Bridge on the
other r. Peay's. It is a long
-bridge now in a desperately
unsaf on. The prompt at
to bridge might be of use
in gn to our Supervisor.
It is nev late to make reparation
for any- omiugs that we might
be guilty.. -r. c. r.
June 2 .
F utsand Childrea.
Th.1 he taye Always Bought
A"Ntw, leIte Treatment, consisting of
SUPPOS Cattules of Ointment and two
Boes of A thver-failing cure for Piles
orev.e egree.-.t makes an operation
dsiet'% -Wrtten Guarantee in each
$I gox.. @Py.Soc. and $i a box, 6 for
, Sent p1e; free
,25. and 50c.
NUC CuredPiles Preveted, by
ONS _." "_ 7 .Tt
ea OMACH REGULATORand
BLOO Small, mild and pleasant
to take: pted for children's use. 5o
d these famous little Pellets will
eor more of Pile Cure.
, N itEs s JAPAxssE NILE
- Winnsboro, S. C.
E A -MAN
in aor aaee
.e &aas, mnorCamsr
wlasUC. We a
,'McXsT a Co.,
S Winuebor, 8, C.
Vaud conviCtion o:
2 who set fire to thi
iss Fripp, or thi
Douglass or Q. D
JAS. E. COAN,
ot!n c ool
rI~s6 ~ C will be held os
RURSI) THE T.1B JULY next
~pplicaton%geceived until that date
PdSri '%S TO BE FILLED.
Pricipl-Ssla.ty- $100 per mont]
ud use of dWelling.
Assistant P,rncipal-Salary $50 pe:
Four Lady Assistants-Salary $3
er month each.
Nie mouths' session, begionini
hlid Monday in September.
J. C. CALDWELL,
6-18td Chmu. Board Trustees.
I barrel Pure Georgia Cana
N. 0. Molasses.
Try our blended Tea, 50(
.nd 6oc. per pound-non
better for iced tea.
Sugar-cured Hams in ever
An endless variety of hig
grade Crackers, Biscuits an
Cakes re'ceived twice ever
Your patronage is alway
F. M. HABENICH']
[ have just received ti
last barrel of
TAT WAS CAPTURED
in the last battle on the 6th of
June by Sampson's fleet.
ALSO A BARREL OF BEST
N: 0. MOLASSE
and other lower grades.
2 cases Cudahy's Hiams, the b
hms in the market.
200 lbs. Boneless Hams.
200 lbs. English Breakfast Strips.
100 lbs. Bologna Saudage.
3 barrels White Fish.
2 barrels Mackerel.
All kinds fresh Canned Goods a
fine Groeries. A lot of fine Teas a
Sugar. Also t-he finest Aric.s Coffee
Call and see me before you purcha
I think you will find it to your -ady:
.WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED SC
Figured Organdy and Colored Dotted t
bought late in the season, and very cheap.
Goods, Dotted Swiss and Plain Organdiesi
If you want some
thing very cheap
Here it is. Yard wide Percales at 6c.; P
Calico, 3c.; good Unbleached Homespun
the bargains. We have many others in al
We have a full stock of Ladies' and
goods just received in Ladies' Cloth 'Lop
weather. Will please you and give you<
We are offering at reduced prices t
We have something new in wide Sash Ri
Come to see us, our bargains will
weather is hot. Respectfully,
I AM NOW PREPARED
THING YOU WANT IN
Crash Suits, Alpaca Coats an
Coats and Vests, Serge Coa
Alpaca Vests, Fancy Mar
White Vests, Crash Par
-- - --- and Whi
I have some extra size Alpa
I have a line of Men's, Bc
Coats and Vests, and odd Co
ifty cents on the dollar.
Ladies, I want you to see
BOOTS, in vesting tops and
PERS of same-something ne
GIVE ME A LOOK.
Q. D. WI
From Now U
Y yOU CANNOT AFFORI
d sale if you are in need 0
sWe will also put in this s
LADIES' UMBRELLAS al
in this class of goods.
. We have a big line of,~ th<
oit. Bargains every day ;thre
goods. A look will convince
.C all on us whether you w
tention to all. Respectfully.
WIN NSBORO OE
e 5.]LEP HKNE I5 -]
The next session begins September
pese.t pupil is required to pay an entrance
peurro..-Scholars in the Graded
except in cases where they take up ex
One extra, 75 cents per month; two e
Literary course, 75 cents p
d Scientific co
Each higher course include all that
tn Thivrecord of te scholars of this:i
their standing in the higher colleges,
9EWFor further particulars addresa
ME EXTRA GOOD VALUES IN
wiss. These goods are very pretty,
Also some good bargains in White
, from loc. to 50c. a yard.
rinted Challie, 24c,; (rood Shirting
at 2jc. a yard. 4hese are a few of
1 lines of goods,.and good variety to
Misses' Oxfords. Also some pretty
Shoes. Men's Low Cut Shoes for hot
clean up balance of Spring stock.
bbons-pretty and cheap.
pay you for the trouble even if the
TO SHOW YOU ANY
THIS LINE, SUCH AS
Vests, Alpaca Coats, Serge
s, Sicilian Coats and Vests,
sailles Vests, Silk Vests,
its, Striped Duck Pants,
e Pants. - - --
ys' and Children's Seericker
ts, which~ I will close out at
my line of FINE BUTTON
black and tans. Also SLIP
w and nobby.
Intil June 10.
) TO MISS THS SPECIAL
f a Straw at less than
50 CEITS DI TB DIII
pecial sale both GENTS' ani
prices that will astonish yoi
Sabove and mean to close then
iughout our mammoth stock of
ant to buy or not, Polite at
RY GOODS CO.
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ORO! S. 0.
20, 1897, and ends June 24, 1896. Es
fee of 50 eents to meet contingent e
ra a tdie in the CAegiate Dparus
ur, $1.00 per month.
Classical course, $t~ per month.
precede. Gool bhe- can be obtali
ichool at competitiye examinations, a
s the best guarantee of its eS.ien.y.
From every side sakes.
all of us take greater
pride than ever in
Just s0 has
been put to the teat and ha
DURING the SUMMER
We have redaced prloes Inorder to
suit the times.
Our Wares Wear an
Our Prices Pease.
Une Tower C
IG BARGA S: : ,
THE POPE MAN FACTU
are prepared to furniaB3
this seson st - r
-TO S'IT A t.
boro. Ask the riderswbthf
is. Wo.wilrest our Cai
they say. They stay out
hps and'run'"80 easy."
All of the abo,e.are mee i.
Pope Manufn6gin~g CO,
guarantee of good okuabp.l~
I ou waacbqso4ai
$5.00 up, -but these r
guaranteed. "You -take what y
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