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Ice?F. W". Ilabe nic-it.
2Cew Arrivals?S. S. Yvoife.
Infant's Food?".V. E. Aiken.
Notice io Contractors?&. II. Monaster,
arc plentiful on our
streets at 12i cents per nuait.
?Owing to tlie illness of the liev.
IX E. Jordan, D. P., there v.*era no
services in the IVesbyterian Church
on Sunday last.
?Attention is directed to the new
advertisem l;r. V.'. 1 Aiken.
Bk Parents will find it to their interest to
?wc learn that Major Pagan's thcrKtno:aeler
registered 82? cn 1!611 day. j
ra|iiis is exceptionally v.'ami weather
afrr this season of the year.
V ?Mr. Andrew Llain, perhaps on#'
Kf the oldest citizens of the cou?Ty,
?A good suppl" of shad v.-as oilered j
for sale on our streets Tuesday at j
thirty-five cents apiece. The season j
for this fish is about out, and German ;
carp will be the next :n order.
? Oar young men.have base ball cn j
the mind, and will probably organize ;
a crab in a short while. V,"e have !
some good materia! and we see no
reason why we cannot have a llrslclass
?Tlx- ladies and children who c::poct
to arcenci :.:e pie-nic, aad wish, to
gro In the \vn?on>, are requested to be ;
#at the V,*in:isboro hotel promptly :.t .
10 o'clock on Thursday morr.inir. so ;
as not to keep the '?a;?s waiting.
?Tee N:-:vs and I1;-::;ali> ha? jn-? i
received a new press, ."or the purpese ;
of. patting1 ap letter heads, noie and j
bill heads tad other job vrork in pad-?.
"**t v - ;
> y \S V# aaa UU llivA* IV iut> v j v^i* v. k.-.~
~when you ueed anything in ibis lino.
?0:so hundred and twenty thousand
dollars i>? money palu out every year j
for labor by the Piedmont Cotton
IvHils! Thai; ranch cash in circulation ;
here every year would make "Winns- j
?boro quite a different place from what :
it is now.
?Two of our prominent attorneys
appeared in Trial Justice .II inn ant's
court at Ridge way on Tuesday. The
suit was between man and wife as to
the ownership of certain property, in
which the wife figured as plaintiff.
The jury returned a verdict for the |
plaintiff lor the property in dispute,
or forty-five dollars in cash.
?The ladies' prizes to be contended
for at the Gordon's picnic on Thursday,
arc now on exhibition at the store j
of D. Lauderdale. There will be two \
prizes for the married ladies and two i
for the unmarried ladle?. A. prize for j
" ' ?? will Ko
IIIC pooi'vl^i; SliUU ill W.U n:ii
awarded. V/c are glad to knov* that
the fair sex arc taking1 considerable
interest In Ihc aifair and are practicing
daily for the contest.
?We call special attention to the
new advertisement-of Mr. S. S. Wolfe,
found in another column of this issue.
He has just rebeived a fresh supply of
nice things too numerous io mention.
He carries in steel: everything usually
r found in a first-cla=s grocery, and
* guaranteess to sell them at the lowest
casii price. Give him a call when you j
want anything in his line, and you j
will be sure to get bargains.
Personal.?Misss Belle McClung. ;
of "Virginia, is visiting IMlss Maggie !
Eider and other friends in to v.* a.
Children's Day.?Sunday, the 35th j
irst., ii the day set apart by the South j
Carolina Conference as Children's
Day. -Services appropriate to the |
occasion will be observed by the
CoiiTLiMF.XTAnr Ilor.?A hop was
given at Boat's Opera House on
Wednesday evening in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. ?amr.cl Johnston. It was a ;
very pleasant aSliir, and was greatly j
enjoyed by every one present.
Restored to n;s Misd.?Mr. W. E.
Good, who, it will be remembered,
was sent to the jvsykim some time ago
as a lunatic, and who is the lather of
the murdered boy, J. Lee Good, of
York counjr, has returned to his home
i:: that county completely eared.
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The JffeiiST or the Season.?Zurs.
Vf. iJTCreight will accept our thanks
- a dish of the finest strawberries!
we have seen this season. They were
unusually large, and of elegant flavor
and were greatly enjoyed. The fruit
bespeaks for LTrs. Creight a thorough
understanding of its cultivation.
from to-day % the 5th inst., the postoffice
hours for the summer months
will be as follows: General delivery
from ?h a. m. to C-j p. m. Registered
letter and money order department
from Si a. in. to o p. m. On Sundays
the cilice will bo open c-ne hour a:;~r
the departure of each train.
Ice.?We are glad to notice the return
of the season, and with it the
well-known sign, ICE, which has
a<m:-n been created in its usual place.
in front of the Winnsboro Ice House,
where there will be found an abundance
at all times throughout the season.
Kead the advertisement in another
Eaf&lea's Arnica salve.
The Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Seres, Ulcers, Salt
?Uheuin, Fever-Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains,.Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piics,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 20 cents per oox.
For sale by McMasier, Brice & Ivetchin
The Gordons' Picnic.?Remember
that the annual picnic of ibe Gordon
Light Infantry will come off on next
Thursday at "Fortune Spring "Wood."
'Ye are requested to state that the
entire community is invited and expected
to be present. Baskets may be
left at the store of D. Lauderdale or
S. C. }IcDov7c13.
Tiie Rack Track.?The race track
near the residence of the Hon. II. A.
Gail lard is nearing completion, and
will soon bo ready for the races. It
is twenty foot wide and a little over
half a mile long. When completed it
Vvlii be a iirst-class racc course, ana
ibo speed of some fine blooded stock
tvIII be tested.
Union's Factory.?We notice that
Union is going right ahead, and will
doubtless build a cotton factory.
Already 66.3,000 has been subscribed
to the capital stock in shares of 825.
i The amount wanted to commence
i operation is $150,000, and it looks as
| if it would be raised. It yrfil never
i do for Fairfield to let her neighbor
across the river to get,-ahcad iu this
respect. What sav^youbusiness men?
! Closing at Six.?It seems that our
! merchants oi-rfv waited for a suggesj
lion ai^-soino united action to begin
: cio?v?ng their establishments at six
clock. A paper was taken around
i on Tuesday, asking that it be begun
j at oncc. With very few exceptions
I all the merchants signed it, and con
! ocqncntly their establishments will
hereafter close at that hour. Every
one should remember this and do their
trailing and shopping before that hour,
in order ihat the clerks may have a
Unclaimed Letteiis.?The following
is a list of letters remaining in the
Postoiace at TFinnsboro, S. C., May
Nancy Aiken, John Brown, Lizzie
Call, John Harden, A. D. Hill, Mrs.
Lou. Johnson, Solomon Johnson, II. J.
McCorab, Nancy Nelson, Mrs. Hannah
Itiibb, Mr?. Mary Robinson, Marry M.
Siltei:, Miss Sophie Tilhcran.
Persons calling for any of the above
letters will please say they "were advertised.
Fire.?Adolplnis Johnston, a colored
iiUV:i living on Mr. II. L. Eliioti's
placa, :i few miles south of town, lost
his house hnd most of its contents by
ili'e on Monday night. lie retired as j
usual 011 that night, but was awakened ;
about twelve o'clock, when he found '
his kitchen, jr.st adjoining his house,
almost burned down, and his dwelling
on fire. He saved very few of
his household effects. There had
been fire in the kitchen during the day,
and it is supposed that it caught from
the fire left.
Peogkaiijie cf the G. L. I. Tic
Xic.?The following is the Programme
of the Gordons' pic-nic on Thursday:
The Company will form at 9:30
The shooting will commence at 11
Dinner will be served at 2 o'clock.
Awarding of prizes, by C. A.
Douglass, Esq., at 4 o'clock.
Wagons will leave the "Winnsboro
Hotel at short intervals, beginning at
10 o'clock. Wagons will not call at
private residences. Baskets should be
sent to the store of P. Lauderdale or
5. C. McDowell not- later than 11
Attention to Ordinances.?The
attention of the citizens is called to
the following Ordinances, which will
'2c it enacted and ordained by the
Intendant and "Wardens of the Town
of Winnsboro, S. C., in Council met,
and by the authority of the same:
Section 1. That all persons who
shall keep within the corporate limits
of the Town of Winnsboro aforesaid
any hog or pig, shall register the same
in "the ofice ot the Clerk of Council,
in a book to be kept for that purpose
by said Clerk; and no hog or pig shall
be kept in said town except within a
sty or enclosure having an area of
twenty-five feet square, for each hog
or pig so confined, and no such sty or
enclosure shall be located nearer to
any inhabited dwelling or residence
than forty feet.
vivr- "Fa-aw failino' or re
fusing to comply with the provisions
of this Ordinace shall, upon conviction
thereof, be fined in the sum of
not less than two dollars for each and
every hog or pig kept by such person;
and the further sum of one dollar per
day for each day after conviction that
such hog or pig shall be kept in violation
of this Ordinanc.
And, also, the following:
Be it farther ordained, That no
butcher shall be allowed to carry on
his trade or vocation of butchering
within the corporate limits of the
town from the first day of May until
the first day of October. _
W . r>. GILBERT,
Chief ol" Police.
Cnor iiErOKTS.?The Agricultural
Department has received 239 special
reports from different sections of the
Slate, in regard to the crop prospect.
It is estimated that only 7S per cent,
of the spring planting is completed by
1st May, while this year it was up to
8o per cent., showing an advance of
7 per cent, over average years. From
these reports it seems that there has
been a decrease of 8 per cent, in the
average of cotton planted, ond a decrease
of 13 per cent in the amount of
commercial fertilizers used, while 32
per cent, of the crop has been fertilized L
by home raised manure. The corn
prospect is better than for a number
of years. A larger acreage has been
planted, and more attention has been
paid to fertilizing corn lands.
Of the entire crop, 55 per cent has
been fertilized, while only 3 per cent,
of this has been done with commercial
manures. The stand is reported s
as 93, and the general condition S7.
"What is reported as better than last
year, still it- was injured greatly by
the severe winter. The condition is
of <7 osorroinct Sflftll fVlA
Iiyw i w V*.* vuv j
1st May of last year. Fall sown oats
were very much damaged by the severe
winter, but the yield wi!? exceed that!
o: last year, while spring oats have
needed rain very much. The yield
this year will exceed that of last year
about 15 per cent. There has been an
increase of 13 per cent, in the acreage
planted in cane, and this crop is
reported in excellent condition.
Labor is reported as plentiful and efficient.
Upon the whole, the report of the
condition of the crop will compare
favorably with any year for a number
of years past, and superior to any in
the last few years. The farmers de
serve a good yield, and it is our
earnest wish that their highest anticipations
in this rcspect will be realized.
fleeting o? Citizens.
The public meeting at the Court
House on Wednesdry night was largely
attended. At S.30 o'clock the meeting
was cailed to order, and on motion
of Mr. E. B. Ragsdale, Mr. G. H. McMaster
was unanimously elected chairman.
On motion of J. F. McMaster, Mr.
E. 35. Ragsdale was chosen secretary.
The chairman in a few well chosen
remarks slated the object of the meeting,
and announced that the same was
ready for business.
Mr. E. B. Kagsdale moved that a
committeeof ten be aonointed bv the
chair, whose duty it should be to prepare
a memorial, to be forwarded to
the inter-State commerce commission,
and to collect evidence of the unjust
discrimination in freights, which the
railroad companies have made against
the town of "Winnsboro and the county
of Fairfield. Mr. J. F. McMaster
seconded the motion.
Mr. C. A. Douglass moved to amend
by making the committee consist of
four instead of ten members. Motion
seconded. After remarks upon the
amendment by a number of members-,
the amendment was put to a vote and
The original motion was then put
and carried. The chair appointed
upon this committee the following
gentlemen: Messrs. W. R. Doty, T. H.
Ketchin, J. F. McMaster, TV. C. Beaty,
J. II. Cummings, J. C. Caldwell, J, M.
Beaty, T. W. Lauderdale, E. B. Jtagsdale
and C. A. Douglass.
On motion of Mr. TV. TV. Ketchin
the chairman, Mr. G. II. McMaster,
was added to the committee.
Mr. T. K. Elliott moved that the
committee be instructed to communicate
with other towns situated as we
arc, tc try to induce them to take
action also in the premises. Carried.
Mr. J. C. Caldwell moved that the
minutes of the meeting be published
in the form of a circular letter, and
sent to other towns. Carried.
On motion, the meeting adjourned.
The annual meeting of the Fairfield
Memorial Association was held at the
Thespian Hall on Monday afternoon..
The following members were present:
Mrs. E. C. McMaster, Mrs. E. C. Robertson,
Mrs. S. "Wolfe, Mrs. F. Gerig,
Mrs. A. Gaillard, Mrs. E. P. Dwight,
Mrs. J. J. Neil, Mrs. Klinlc, Mrs.
W. C. Beaty, Mrs. II. A. Gaillard,
Mrs. D. J. Macaulay, Mrs. J. Q.
Davis, Mrs. E. Bacot, Mrs. DuBose
Egleston, Mrs. II. N. Obear, Mrs.
E. E. Eilison, Mrs. Kaufman, Mrs.
t has. Dwight, Misses Anna McCauts,
Rachel McMaster, L. Skinner, M.
Aiken, Eunice Bacot, Mattie Egleston.
Annual dues were received and
several new members joined. The
same officers were elected to serve
The following gentlemen were elected
as an advisory committee to invest
the funds of the Association, and to
co-oj. jrate with the ladies in any way
in their power in promoting the object
of the Association: Messrs. G. II.
McMaster, J. C. Caldwell, J. Q. Davis,
J.H. Cummiugs, H. A. Gaillard.
Committees were appointed to decorate
the graves in the various cemeteries
on Memorial Day, as follows:
Presbyterian?Mrs. W. C. Beaty,
Mrs. E. Bacot, Miss Anna McCants.
Methodist?Miss Sallie Crawford,
Miss Rachel McMaster.
* -yr?r. w FT
jfclSbUUiaie JLVUIVI iiiUU?xullo* IV - -?.
Flenniken, Mrs. W. L. McDonald,
Mrs. T. P. Bryson.
Episcopal?Mrs. J. Q. Davis, Mrs.
A. Gaillard, Miss M. Aiken.
Messrs. J. Q. Davis, J. W. Seller,
W. J. Elliott, R. H. Simpson and
W. D. Gaillard were appointed to
prepare the speakers' stand.
A full account of the ceremonies
will appear in our next issue.
IT JEMS FJZ02I HORES.
Messrs. Editors: It affords your
correspondent great pleasure to read
the able articles contributed to your
paper from different sections of our
county, and especially from Morris
Creek, but not having been favored
with anything from him lately, nor
from any one else from this section, I
hope you will allow me a short space
in your columns in which to give vent
to a few crude ideas and observations.
viz.: I firmly believe our county is in
better shape, from a business standpoint,
than it has been for several
years. More farmers are terracing
their lands, getting better stock and
cattle, planting a greater variety of
crops, thereby raising more of the
necessaries of life, and in very way
diversifying their business than they
have since the war, I am sure I have
never seen as much upland corn
planted nor know so great a per cent,
of the cotton crop planted at this date
in this section, *90 per cent, of the
cotton was planted by 1 May, which
has not been the case during" the last
There are very few fall sown oats
sown in this section, and spring oats
arc not doing well. Wheat is"doing
well and promises a fair crop.
"We will have plenty of fruit despite
the severe spring. There are more
melons planted than usual, and we
hope to be able to invite you out to a
feast on same this summer. If we
fail in them come anyhow a;i J mourn
the failure with us.
e have a Debating Society at
Union Church with twenty-two mem
bex*s, and wc havfi sume very interesting
discussions, and would be glad to
have the public meet with us every
Saturday night. We also have divine
services on the fourth Sabbath afternoon
in every month by the Rev. Mr.
By the way, Messrs. Editors, is the
prospected railroad to be built by
private parties or taxation? Please
answer this question, for I have im-.
portaut reasons for wanting to know.
More anon. utpek hoeeb.
PICyiC AT CATAWBA FALLS.
"What a Bachelor from TVinnsboro Saw?
The Xaturn.1 Scenery The "Falls" in
the River and on the Rocks?The Picnic
a Grand Success.
Messrs. Editors: The annual picnic
at Catawba Falls, on the first Saturday
in May, is a big thing; all of the very
! best looking people from the four
counties of Fairfield, Chester, Lancaster
and Kershaw are expected to attend.
nnnsonnentlv vonr correspon
7 -X J J
dent felt it his duty to be there.
Leaving town on the evening before
lor fear of disappointing the people,
your correspondent, in company with
a prominent member of the B. P. U.,
likewise distinguished for his splendid
personal appearance, set out upon the
not unpleasunt pilgrimage. Once on
the way, we confidentially admitted
to each other that we were troubled
with the fear of being on the traditional
"wild goose chase," but we put
' cur fears behind us and pressed forward
with an inspiration that is supposed
to belong exclusively to the
"We drove up at about sundown to
the residence of Mr. Daniel Hall, Jr.,
and we were royally entertained "for
the night. "We liked the place so well
that we stopped again on our return.
Mr. Hall's farm is worth as much to a
? Art rt?? Avrvaw wo?if a ]
UJJUniUUU as UAA CApVULUUuiai
statiou or an agricultural college. It
is a good place to learn how to farm.
His plantation is well kept up, and is
one of the best that we recollect to
have seen in the county. Mr. Hall
raises his own corn, wheat, oats, e?c.,
furnishes supplies to his hands, 'and
sells his cotton when he gets read}*,
and this 1*3 about the way to make
farming pay. Mr. Hall aud our readers
will pardon this digression, being
a practical farmer we natui'ally feel a
large inierest in such matters.
But to return to our journey, we
arrived at the "Falls" promptly at
about 11a. m., ready to participate in
the ceremonies of the occasion. Already
many person had preceded us,
the road near the Falls was blocked
with many vehicles, we found a place
however for ours and walked dots n to
the Catawba, a picturesque stream
that bears the name of a famous tribe
of Indians, all but a remnant of
wnicn nas aisappearea irom toe eartn.
The natural scenery of the place is
worthy of notice, indeed. In the vernacular
of young womanhood, we may
say that it is "perfectly grand." There
is something "primitive" and "primeval"
about"this rugged spot, which is
rather calculated to "impress one with
the sagacity of Solomon's observation,
"One generation goeth and another]
corr.eth, but the earth abidelh forever."
Nor are the natural surroundings of
the place wanting in the elements that
inspire poetic musings; on either side
of the river great boulders rise upon
boulders in almost perpendicular
columns to apparently inaccessible
heights. Beneath this gorge in resistless
torrents the Catawba Jlivcr
"falls." One stands upon the bank,
surveys the surrouudings, listens to
the roar of the cataract and feels like
pariphrasing Bvron's apostrophe to
the ocean: "Roll on, thou deep and
dark blue ocean," etc.
iTertr-and there in the hospitable
nln/*As amrintr thp. rnr.ks. tall nines and
great oaks have grown Tip .And sent
out their stately branches over the
stunted undegrowth, patiently working
out below the problem of "the
survival of the fittest in the struggle
Altogether the place is just the one
to go to have a picnic. Here we have
a combination of the picturesque and
the sublime; here we may see_ nature
as it was before the day of the
builders, and at a time when the foundation
of the pyramids had surely not
The place has a history; it was
thought once to locate here the National
Military Academy, and prcpa
rations were made to do so, but for
some reason the project was abandoned
and "West Point gained what Rocky
The people in this section believe
that they have a bonanza in the great
water power of the Catawba, and they
are probably right. The law of the
pressure of population upon the means
of subsistence is no respector of per-,
sons, and in due time the problem of i
uu izmg tnis great natural iorce win
be solved. Tliere is power enough
here to turn the wheels of all the factories
in the Union, and the indications
now are that it will not be allowed to
slumber much longer. A part of it at
least will be utilized.
But to return to the picnic, it was as
usual a grand success. There were
"delegations" from the towns of
Chester, Kichburg, Lancaster, Camden,
Winnsboro, Blackstock and all
the surrounding country. These spent
the day climbing over the rocks and
enjoying the "falls" in the river and
on the rocks. Some "slipped up,"
some "got left," and others "got
mashed," but it will all pan out right
in the end. "We -would like to give
you a few names in this connection,
but as the inter-State commerce law,
as interpreted by the railroads, is opposed
to all discriminations, we will
yield to our law abiding instructors
and refrain. bachelor.
Seize the Opportunity Ere it is Too Late.
When we consider the uncertainty of
every event of life, let U3 remember that
the 203d Grand Monthlv Drawing of the i
Louisiana State Lottery took place lit New
Orleans on Tuesday (always. Tuesday),
April 12,1887, under the sole supervision
and control of Gen'ls. G. T. Beauregard, <
of La., and Jubal A. Early, of Va., when
$522,500 was sent flying around the world
where it would probably do the most good.
Thusly: No. 67,060 drew the First Capital
Prize of 5150,000, which was sold in fractional
parts of tenths at ?1 each, sent to
il. A. Dauphin, New Orleans, La.; one
was held by Geo. P. Stackhouse, for himself
and fifteen painters in the establishment
of Goodell & Waters, Philadelphia,
Pa.; one by Ambrose Gilliland, of Moweaqua,
111., collected through Dtcatur
Nat'l Bank, Docatur, 111.; one br Mrs.
M. R Newberry, Cheboygan, Mich.; one
was paid through the London, Paris and
American Bank, limited; one through the
Anglo-Californian Bank, limited; two
through Wells, Fargo & Co., all the latter
of San Fran'ciseo, Cal.; the others elsewhere,
the publication of whose names is
obiectedto. No. 23,899 drew the Second
Prize of |50,000, also sold in tenths at $1
each; one to J. M. Stotts, Dee, Ark.; one
to Roy J. Bour, Canton, O.; one to W. C.
Hammock, Griffin, Ga.; one to C. W.
Tweedy, Augusta, bra.; one to a. l>. xiodd,
Atchison, Kansas; the others went elsewhere,
No. 67,901 drew the Third Prize
of $20,000, also sold in tenths at $1 each;
one to E. T. Davis and B. S. Webber,
Portland, 3fe.; one to P. H. Dwyer, Boston,
Mass.; one toG. Ragin, Clarksville,
Texas; the rest elsewhere. Nos. 22,735
and 50,800 drew each one of the Fourth
Prizes of $10,000, and were scattered
hither and yon, everywhere over the world,
and now it soon will be the 205r,h monthly
and Grand Extraordinary Drawing on
Tuesday, June 14, 1887, when $1,055,000
will be scattered in sums from 5300,000
down to $100. Whole tickets are $20; and
fractional parts from halves at $10, to
twentieths at ?1. Any information can be
had of M. A. Dauphin, New Orleans, La.
It is well to seize the opportunity ere it is
Barrett's Imperial Cologne
Cannot be surpassed for Fragrance, elegance
McMaster, Brice & Ketchin.
TSTKECETFEDT^ne iask of
Imported Royal Ginger Ale. Also,
one Cask of Genuine Export Beer, at
F. W. HABENTCHT'S.
GRANULATED SUGAR, be
25c. per peck.
i v t r 1 m * f t \/w\*rr t i t i n
?j v ?iii x&uu i snouia out in
in town mil sell the same quality o
Don't forget to come and see
LOOK OUT A5sB
IN A FEW DAYS my new
will be spared to make my Soda *SS
| Hill's Hepatic Panacea
i Is the very best remedy ever offered for
; sale for the cure of Constipation, Indigestion,
Dyspepsia and Sick Headache. Prescribed
by all the leading physicians as the
greatest family medicine.
! Gentle and effective in its action, pleasant
to take, does not purgo or gripe,
i Never failing to greatly benefit delicate
One trial will convince. If not benefitted
money will be refunded. Only 50 cents
McMastcr, Brice & Ketchin.
In the Spring Time,Gentle Annie,
the young man's ideas naturally turn to.
things or love. But, gentle Annie, with
our changeable climate the bile soon begins
to accumulate, and where love was
what made the young man happy before,
it takes H. H. P., or HILL'S HEPATIC
PANACEA, to do it this time. It will remove
all excessive bile from the system,
clear the brain, tone up the stomach, build
up the constitution. And then, gentle
Annie, when the young man calls lie wont
Try -H. H. P. for Constipation, Sick
Headache or Biliousness. It acts like a
charm, and will cost you but 50 cents.
McilASTER, BRICE & KETCHIN,
Good Itcsult.s in Every Case.
D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer
of Chattanooga, Tenn., writes that he
was seriously afflicted with a severe cold
that settled on his lungs; had tried many
remedies without benefit. Being induced
to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption,
did "so and was entirely cured
by use of a few bottles. Since which time
he has used it in his family for all Coughs
and Colds with best results. This is the
experience o thousands whose lives have
been saved by this Wonderful Discovery.
Trial Bottles Free at ilcMaster, Brice "&
Ketchin's Drug Store. *
An End to Bone Scraping.
Edward Shephard, of JFlarrisburg, III.,
says: "Having received so much benefit
from Electric'Bitters, I feel it my duty to
let suffering humanity know it. "i lave had
a running sore on my leg for eight years;
my doctors told me I would have to" have
the hone scraped or leg amputated. I
used instead, three bottles of Electic
Bitters and seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, and my leg is now sound and well."
Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a
bottle and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at
twenty-five cents per box by Mcilaster,
Brice & Ketchin. *
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
W. C. BEATY, GROCER.
Cotton, middling, per lb 9%
m good middling, per ft 10
xlay. per cwt firstname.lastname@example.org
Corn, per bushel 67@75
Meal, per bushel 67i<;@70
Flour, per bbl email@example.com
Coffee, per lb 1S@22y.
Sugar, per lb,
Jlolassess, per gallon 35@G5
Eacon, per lb 9(?10
Hams, per lb * 14
Lard, per lb SJ4@10
Eggs, per dozer 15
Butter, per lb 20@25
ICE. ICE. ICE.
JUST IN, A SUPPLY OF PURE ICE,
which I will sell as low as possible, and
try to suit every one who would like to
enjoy the luxury (or-rather necessity) for
every day use. Come and patronize rae, one
and all, thereby kerping cool, at TIIE
WINNSBORO ICE HOUSE.
F. W. IIABENICHT, Proprietor.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
BIDS will be received until the 25th instant
for alterations on the Bank
Building, TVinnsboro, S. C., consisting in
part of the removal of tlie old roof and
rebuilding a new roof after taking off the
third story. The building is of brick and
is 93 feet long by 62 feet wide.
The work must be comnleted so that
occupants may return before the 1st September
next." Plans and specifications
may be seen at the Bank and information
be obtained from F. Niernsee, Architect,
Columbia, S. C.
G. II. McilASTER, President,
Winnsboro, S. C.
Columbia Register and Charlotte Observer
publish three times and send bill to
this office. MaylO-St.
INFANT'S FOOD. |
I have what I believe the [
best FOOD so far ever produced
for Motherless and In-1
valid Children. It is a good
substitute for the Mothers
Milk, and suitable for all eases
requiring easily digested food.
HYSON TEA Three j
qualities, which can be sold
at prices to suit any one. At
the Drug Store of
W. E. AIKE3T.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
UUU-tiT UJD UUJUMUIN i'LLAJ.
The South Carolina Loan and Trnstpompany,
Plaintiff, against William b. Alston,
To the Defesdaxts Above-Named:
YOU are hereby summoned and required
to answer "the complaint in
this action, which has been this day filed j
with W. H. Kerr, Clerk of tlie Court of :
Common Pleas, for Fairfield County, and i
to perve a copy of your answer to the said 1
complaint on the subscriber at his office, !
No. 7 Law Pvange, Winnsboro, South Car- j
olina, within twenty days after the service
hereof, exclusive of the" day of such ser-:
vice* and if you fail to answer the com- j
plaint within the time aforesaid, the plain-:
tiffs in this action will apply to the Court ;
for the relief demanded in the complaint, j
a r*t?l 5?fh a
OSMUND W. BUCHANAN, j
To the absent Defendant:
Take notice that tlie summons, of which !
the foregoing is a copy, together with the i
complaint, was filed m the office of the
Cleric of the Court of Common Pleas for'
Fairfield County, State of South Caro- i
lina, on the 15th dav of January, 1887.
OSMUND W. BUCHANAN,
Apl20xGt Plaintiff's Attorney.
D MT PKK
;st quality, 14 lbs. for $1.00. BESj
eir Slioes from HEXDBIX, becaus
my stock of LADIES' BATS, tie
? BE PREPARES* T > 3>RI
Jb ountain "will be Here, and then yo
rater tlio best, the nicest and the c
| NEW '
Large Euta Baga Turnips.
Bananas and Lemons.
Various kinds of Canned Fish
Flour and Bice.
Grits of the best brands.
Just received, Isevr Mackerel, in
... ' . ? .
Kits and nail barrels.
| Cream Clieese and Macaroni.
Fresh. Soda Biscuit and
Sugars, Coffees and Teas.
! All of wliiili will be sold at tlie
lowest price for cash only. ?
A new lot of Wliite Peas for
S. S. W0LFE.
Fresh and Pretty.
j WE DESIRE TO CALL ATTENTION
| SPUING- STOCK,
Which is now open and reaclyiot
On-i* tt"? oil lirk AC TT"! 11
\y u.a tiaovj. liiicixu j-u. t'.ij. j-ixito ?? jjj. i
be found full and complete, and
our Stock is
FRESH AND PRETTY.
Prices guaranteed to be as low
as any market in the South. Call
ond see eur Stock of
SHOES AND SLIPPERS.
Lot of Juno Corsets
M'MASTEK. BRICE & KETCHIN. |
lilt's Sigit Fesl
Cotton Planters, |
WILL OPEN, DROP AND COYER j
/\>T A TkTTT T A %Tr\
il?N i JU U.
HEW 1'HOI FOOT
LONG HANDLES, BOLTED TO BEAM,
FOUWARD OF THE FOOT.
? ?o Tke
following line of goods I offer bargains
Fire Dogs, Shovels, Tongs,
FrmW ami Plain Baskets.
Clothes Hampers, Laundry,
Lunch and Market Baskets. !
Special: One New Dining-Room Safe i
ana Two Wash Stands?nice home manu- j
factured and cheap.
J. H^IIMMTSGS. |
z Headquarters for Stoves, Tinware, House j
Furnishing Goods, Carriage and Wagon j
?MBflfcss a r apeaaa?agaaai^PMBas actoaPOEttcaB
" THE :
DES ON" SLT
C BIO COFFEE, 20c. single pound,
e you can ahrays buy tliem clieapcr
yen* latest styles.
SK SOB A WATES ;AX2> 5
11 can get some of tlie nicest drink
heafest ever kept in Winnsboro.
i South Carolina Hallway Company.:
Commencing Sunday, febru- j
aiy 20,18S7, at 4.00 A. M., Passenger i
Trains will run as follows, "Eastern time:" '
. TO AND FROM CHARLESTON.
EAST (fDAILY; '''"DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
Depart Columbia. .*G..30 a." m. f5.3.0 p. m,
Dne Charleston?11.00 a. m. 9.45 p. m.
WEST (fDAILY; "DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
Depart Charleston.f7.15 a. .n. -5.10 p. m.
Due Columbia 10.55 a. m. 9.55 p. m.
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
EAST (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
a. "m. a. m. ivm. p. m.,
TVr?.oyt mhinihii (1 ?/) 7 30 5 00 5.33 !
p m. p. m. p. in. p, m.
Due Camden 12.53 12.55 7.42 7.42
WEST (DAILY SUNDAY EXCEPTED.)
a. m. a. m. p. m. p. in.
Depart Camden 7.45 7.45 3.13 3.13 '
a. m. a. m. p. m. p m. |
Dae Columbia 10.25 10.52 7.20 9.55
TO AND FROM AUGUSTA
! EAST (f DAILY; *DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
; Depart Columbia..-G.CO a. m. f 5.33 p. m.
j Due Augusta 11.50 a. m. 30.25 p. m.
WEST (fDAILY: "DAIIY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
I Depart Augusta.. .to. 10 a. m. f4.40 p m.
j Due Columbia 10.55 a. m. 9.55 p. m.
! Made at Union Depot, Columbia, with i
| Columbia & Greenville Railroad by train ;
| arriving at 10.55 A M, and departing at
; 5. 33 P. 31. Also, with C. C. & A. RailroJd
by same train to and from all points on
I both roads. * '
; Passengers take Breakfast and Supper at!
j At Pregnalls to and from all points on '
I Eutawville Rahroad. At Charleston with
! steamers for New York, .Jacksonville and
i points on St. John's River on Tuesdays
| and Saturdays; with Charleston andSavan
nah Railroad to ar.il from savannah ana
points in Florida daily.
* At Augusta with Georgia and Central
! Railroads"to and from ail points West and j
| South. At Blaelcville to and from points
: on Barnwell liailroad. Through tickets ;
j can be purchased to all points South and j
: West by applying to
; UNION DEPOT, Agent, Columbia, S. C. |
I JOHN B. PECK, General Manager.
D. C. ALLEN, Gen. Pass. & Ticket Agt,
i Charleston, S. 0.
NEW MOME :
< S? !
5T ?IE2?iS? FOil ALL, j
The Best and 'lost Popular Sew-1
OX THE MARKET.
Note some of its Most Excellent Points I
. h3 Abovo Cut.
IT IS FOR SALE AT PRICES TO SUIT
THE TIMES BY
K. W. PHILLIPS,
Nov2fxGci WINNSBORO, S. C.
" ISIUH MILLS
PERFECT SPARK ARRESTERS. !
WATER ELEVATORS AND PTJHI-!
REAPERS, SELF-BINDERS AND
CULTIVATORS AND DOUBLE-FOOT i
And many other Labor-Saving Machines.
All for sale by !j
JA3IES FAGA^s. !
ilijiiUUil U M l) i iiilj
CO&5J3IBIA, S. .
2ST XEAlt TO BUSINESS ?<LRT 0? |
XST Hot and Cold Baths free to guests.!
The only First-Class Hotel in
Columbia run at $1.50 per Day
W. 31. JTEMOSf,
OTTKEII AND P::orniETOK.
can learn the exact cost,
of anv oroBosed line of j
J i X
advertising in American j
papers by addressing!
Geo. P. Rowel! 8c Co.,
Newspapcf Advertising Bureau,
lO Spruce Sr., New York,
^snd lOcts. for lOO-Pa^e Farnphiet. j
BUY a ten cents package of Gen- j
uine Durham Lone: Cue Tobacco, j
and you will get a bcok of the best French!
Rice'Cigarette Paper gratis at
F. W. IIABEXICnT'S. *
mm i i"n"wim ! n ???
or ISc. "by tlie quantity. GKITS,
from him than any other house
s to be had anywhere. No pains
THE WINNSBOEO BAIL .
H. A. GAILLAKD,
TYIXXSBOKO, S. C.
umce in uuuumgox ivmusuuiojauunw
A. S. DOcJGIjASS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, '
Xo. 6 Law Range, - . .
WINNSBOKO, S. C.
Practices in the State and United State*
O. W. BUCHANAN. J. n. YAXiBOKOUGH,
BUCHANAN & YABBOROUGH,
Xo. 7 Law Range,
WIXX3BOKO, S. C.
Practices in all United States and Stat*
Courts. Special attention to corporation
and insurance law.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
WIXNSBORO, S. C.
OiTice up stairs in The News axd Hekat.d
n. N. OBEAS. ,W.C. RIOK.
OBEAH & EIQN,
attorneys and counsellors at law,
Nos. 7 and 9 East "Washington bt.
?'IXS2B0R0, S. C.
Offices same as occupied by the late Col.
James II Rion.
J e. McDonald, C. A. Douglass
Solicitor Sixth Circuit.
McDONALD & DOUGLASS,
attorneys and counsellors at law,
Xos. > and i Law Range,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Practices in all the State and United
e. 3. rag sdale. g. w- rassdalx.
XIAGSDALE & KAGSDALE,
attorneys and counsellors at law,
No. 2 Law Range,
, WINN SB OR O, S. C.
JAS. GLENN McCANTS,
WIN ST S"B OEOrS. c.
!Sy~Practices in the State and United
States Conrts. <
cv-LIJlii ^xaji ULUT-Ujajv i .Ml ???
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Having increased the force
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are now prepared to execute
all kinds of job work neatly,
upon the shortest notice, and
at the lowest possible figure.
We.will gladly furnish pricelist
on application, and guar- ^
antee that you will nnd the
same as low, if rot lower, than
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rpHE undersigned having dissolved by
_L mutual agreement the partnership
heretofore existing under the firm name of
P.. H. JENNINGS & CO. hereby give notice
to parties indebted to said firm that
they can settle without cost such indebtedness
at any time on or before the loth of
October next. Alter that date their notes,
accounts and other evidences of indebtedness
will be put into the hands of an attorney
?v. H. JENNINGS,
C. E. LEITNER
T ~ A? 1COT
OUillUUV U, xOO*
JSO. S. REYNOLDS,
A T T 0 11N E Y - A T-L A W,
COMMERCIAL liAKK BUILDING,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
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