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Jt T.'F.I>XKSD/ 7, SIIPTEMUEi: 28, : : 1SS7.
m i EKMS OF 1 RE .\ F.WS AND HERALD.?
1i "Til-weekly edition, three dollars per anf
Tiurti, in advance. Weekly edition, one
Fa doiiarand fifty cents far annum, in ad:J
1 Rat:-:- for Advertising.?One dollar
fx ir.eh (soihl minion) for the first inser2
lion, and fifty cents per inch for each suba
se jvwil insertion. These rates a;>* 'y to
i ai!v r:::en;s of' very character. and are
'5 j 11- strictly in advance. v, jitnaries
0 a: t *s <-f"rer.pec-t ;ire charged for as
a-Iv it;.v.-iiK!;'s. Marriajry notices, and
' r ..ii. .
- |7. ilp VI Uii.>, AiV ''HIT
lished free, ami are Liberal terras
|g f' >r con irac t advertisements.
irS . ( . A'ivfKiiittaen:.".
Xoticc?J. JI. Elliott.
Just Ileceiveil?Uivssc G. Desportes.
The Very Latest News?D. Lauderdale.
Blue Crass Sulky Plows?James
To the Ladies?McMasier, Price &
Notice of Dissolution?Buchanan &
? Good morning Rip Van Winkle?
J. M. Beafv & Bro.
i o:a: Z~v:e:k*
?New students continue to be enrolled
in the Mount Zion Institute.
?"Possum" cigcrs are all the rage,
sold by McMaster, Brice & Ketchiu.
?nf prnrv descriotion
VVK, 1"* = . t
neailv and promptly executed at this
?A few watermelons, perhaps the
last of the season, were seen on our
?A band of Turks, with four per
*?* AvlnMnAv; An
UCuUj ^uvv/ ^ ?
oar streets Friday.
?The southern and western sections
of tee county were visited with good
rains on Friday.
?Winnsbcro will soon have three
millinery establishments. Competition
is the life ot trade.
?Titles to real estate, mortgages of j
real estate?revised and improved j
form?for sale at this office.
?Mr. D. 11. Flenniken, a former j
rosirtant or.r town. has been in the
"city" for several days on business. i
?Our sportsmen are rejoicing- that j
they will scon have some fun with the
birds of the field in and around town.
?Head the advertisement of Mr.
J. M. Elliott forjui in another column, I
and if interested govern yourself accordingly.
?The new residences being built in
town arc rapidly approaching completion,
and will soon be ready for
?Cotton continues to com? m as
fast as possible, and our farmers seem
anxious to place it on the market as
Hi! soon as they can.
J. il. Stewart entered the
cotton market on Saturday last as a
'^jytover.. He may be found at the store
of3*j^s* Center & Clarke.
_ > j2^?fejLaudcrdale returned from
the XorthSfc^iarkets 011 Friday,
where she ha? sy^it some^time select'
in:r her fall stock of millinery.
vn.ru tL-it there are over eight
hundred bales of cotton on the depot
platform awaiting shipment. There
seems to be a scarcity of cars.
?A revival service is in progress
at the Methodist Church this week
The pastor is assisted by the Eev.
E. O. Watson, of "VVedgefield, S. C.
Preaching every night.
^ ~ -- ~n lomn vnlArl
A I iUv* V ^ AULuy v^Ljk/iv\Avv?
in the parlor of Mr. T. T. Lumpkin.
Owing to prompt action on the part of
those present, it was smothered out
-before much damage had been done.
?A fair committee has been appointed
by the Columbia Board of Trade,
who will at once go to work in the
interest of the coming fair, which
promises to come up to the average.
^ ?Some of the finest beef ever offered
in WInnsUoro was sold by Mr;
Garrison on Sarsrday last. The animal
weighed 1,185 pounds, and looked
very much like a genuine Western
?The National Bank is sgain at is
old stand in the bank building. The
horn-o of business are from 9 a. m.
until 2 p. in. On and after the 1st
October they will be from 9A a. in. to
?A recent communication from the
editor of the Zlanvfacturcrs1 Record
liUJUil J U</VUV .VUV VW??V?. g
-of a cotton mill in our town. Would
it not be well for cur business men to
pnt the ball in motion?
?By reference to our advertising
columns it will be scon that the carload
of White Ilickorv Wagons advertised
by Mr. U. G. Desportes, have arrived
Give him a call when yoxi want ?
good wagon cheap for cash.
?Mr. Thomas F. Mann brougb
with him to town a few days ago hi!
twins, which arc undoubtedly as lin<
\ a pair as wc have ever seen. Whei
- v - -1 -3-. aaaU
> born tnev weigueunmu puuuus
and from their appearaucc we are sat
isficd they have been growing rapidl;
?We learn that a one-third i a teres
in the "Winnsboro Granite Qaarrie
\v^as recently sold to 3Ii. Rndolp!
Seigling, a prominent Charlcsto:
banker, for $lo,000. It is expected
we learn, to increase the facilities fo
getting oat granite at these quarries
and the labor force will be grcatl
?There were several fights in tow:
.on Saturday last, bat as far as we ca:
learn no serious damage was dou(
Press Montgomery, eolored, struck
Mr. Richardson in the head with
stick in Messrs. Turner & Co/s stor<
and the wotfnded man was laid u
for a while, but outside of this w
believe no blood was drawn.
?Saturday last was one of tl
busiest that our merchants have see
v in smnp timf*. nml p.nnsirlprnblfi mO!ie
was placed in the "tills" of our me:
chants in exchange for goods. One <
our leading merchants, who has bee
in business for a number of years, ii
formed us that his house sold moi
goods on Saturday than any day i
September since he has been in bus
?It is rumored here that if satisfa
tory arrangements can be made wi
the connecting lines, double passeng
trains will be run on the C. C. & *
Railroad, beginning early.in Octobc
j It is the purpose of the authorities to j
j run the train from Augusta, Ga., to
j Stalesville, X. C. The schedule will
| be issued as soon as the arrangements
j can be coxnpietcd. This will be a
j great convenience to the traveling
i ?Mrs. Boag has returned from the
North, after purchasing our .ball ana
Winter ?tock of Millinery, Dress
Goods, Buttons, Trimmings, etc.
Goods now arriving daily, and will
compare favorably with any in the
market. Miss Black will be glad to
see her friends in the Millinery Department,
to which she will give
| special attention, as she is one of exI
pericnce and taste in that line. Satis|
faction is guaranteed to every one who
; may favor us with their orders. Mrs.
: Boag will give her attention to the
i Dress Goods and Fancy Goods Dei
partment, and can suit all in the Dry j
| Goods and Trimmings line. All we J ^
ask is a call before purchasing.
|| - J. O. Boag.
Personal.?Mrs. C. T. Gooding and i
! sou, of Orlando, Fla., are visiting rel- (
| ativcs in tbis place. <
Mrs. II. A. Gaillard and daughter, j
i Miss Mamie, who have been spending ]
| the summer at Sewanee, Tenn., re- 1
turned home ou Thursday. ]
A Painful Accident.?Mrs. Calvin ,
I Brice, of Woodward, met with a pain- i
ful accident on last Friday. While (
I shaking apples off a tree a limb DroKe,
i which, striking her arm, broke it near
j the wrist. Beyond considerable pain j
| and inconvenience, no bad results fol- ]
j lowed the accident.
The Hot Supper.?The hot supper 3
given by the ladies of the Baptist '
Church in the Thespian Hall Thnrs- (
! day night drew a good crowd, and
; proved to be a very enjoyable affair. 5
I All the delicacies of the season were
! served in the best style. We are glad J
j to. kno.v that a handsome sum was J
Law Blanks.?Judgments of Fore- <
j closures, judgments by default, sum- (
| inons, complaint on promissory note, ,
| and other blanks now on hand at this <
% * ? - ^ I
office. We have a complete suppiy 01 j
trial justice blanks, and would be j
pleased to have your orders for any- ,
thing in this line. All orders promptly
Gin House Burned.?Mr. A. TV'. 1
Ladd, who lives near Monticello, lost 1
his gin house together wuh nineteen 1
bales of cotton, by fire, on Monday, '
iio iQfh The fire ?risrinated in '
the lini room. The cotton destroyed 1
was the property of several parties ]
who had taken it there to be sinned. ^
"We are unable to learn whether or 1
not there was any insurance. '
Cheap Rates.?The railroad author- ,
ities have placed the rate for parties ,
desiring to attend the Piedmont Fair
very low. For the round trip the.
fare will be $5.70. Among the attractions
offered in Atlanta during fair
! will be a sham battle between two
; armies of volunteer troops, a pyro- ,
i technical display, besides the President
| and Mrs. Cleveland will be on hand.
Personal.?Mr. J. II. Yarborougb,
j who has been practicing law at this
I place for some time, has determined
I to enter the ministry. He left for
, Louisville on Monday, where he will
I attend the Baptist Theological Semj
inarv. Mr. Yarborough made many
: friends during his stay in Winnsboro,
I nmAnrr tho TIOOTIIA and the bai*.
LMJbll ai*JV/U? l/i-XN- -- #
who greatly regret his departure, but
who at the same time wish him success
in his new chosen profession.
GooivMornd\g,Sip Van "Winkle.?
Such is the announcement this morning
of ihj advertiseW&i of Messrs.
J. M. Beaty & Bro. They have found
it necessary to enlarge their advertising
space in order to enumerate the
immense stock of shoes, dry goods,
notions, etc., they have on hand.
You will receive polite attention and
good treatment at their store, so can
upon them when you need anything
in their Ji&e.
Ctttixg axd Shooting Affray.?
r A difficulty between several colored
. persons occurred on Tuesday, the 20th
inst., at a colored church near the Palmetto
Qaarrie?, in which Jesse Alston
was severely cut in the back, and
, Frank Heath received a gunshot
; wound. It is not known who did the
'' - * ' " ' ? A 1
^ cutting', out juaoram -a-isiuu n<ts uccu
lodged in jail charged with doing the
' shooting. At last accounts Frank
Heath was lying in a critical condition,
k The cause of the difficulty is unknown
,! to us.
i | Cokcert.?There will be a grand
* I concert given at the A. M. E. Church
? ! on Thursday evening, September 29.
- Mr. P. Jefierson, of Columbia, S. C.,
J manager and organist, has spared no
pains in arranging a programme that
t will not fail to please. "Come Where
s the Lillics Bloom" may be considered
h j a fair specimen of the music,
n i a/?mission?Adults ten cents: chil
Ij drenfive cents.
r Doors open at 7.30 p. m.; exercises
>> beginning at 8.30.
7 Unclaimed Letteks.?The following
is a list of letters remaining in the
Postoffice at Winnsboro, S. C., Sep"
tember 26, 1SS7:
Mrs. Jane Alexander, Miss Mattie
a | Boulware, B. D. Bray, Thomas Cara
j ter (colored), J. C. Cassen, R. F.
i Fcwell & Co., Miss Sarah Frayser,
^ ! William Kennedy, Mrs. Maggie Moore
c | (colored) f Miss Julia Stine, IsicPick.
Persons calling ior anv 01 me aoove
! letters will please say thev were adn
I vertised. DuBose Egleston,
n You cannot afford to waste time in ex
periinenting when your lungs are in danl~
<jer. Consumption always seems, at first,
:e only a cold. Do not permit any dealer t<
r impose upon you*with some cheap imita"
j tion of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
:i- ! sumption, Coughs, and Colds, but be sur(
j you get the genuine. Because he car
! make more profit he may tell tell vou lu
* - * 4- 4-Vw
c- t has something just as gwu, ux j u^i u?
j-q same. Don't"be deceived, but insist upor
getting Dr. King's New Discovery, vvhiol
er is guaranteed to give relief sn all Throat
Lung and Chest affections. Trial bottle:
free at MeMaster, Brice & KetchJn's Dru<
Xeav Advertisement.?Search our
advertising columns to-day and find
the one headed "To the Ladies," and
then peruse it carefully. Msssrs. Mcllaster,
Bricc & Ketchin announce
that they are now prepared to show
their stock, and cordially invite you
to call and examine the same. Their
buyer spent considerable time in the
Northern markets in the selection of
their stock, ami paid special attention
to the selection of dress goods and
trimmings. Their stock in every department
is full and complete, and all
they ask is a call to convince yon that
(hey can please you both in styles and
prices. Go and see for yourself.
Bail Refused.?Judge Wallace was
engaged on Monday afternoon, after
the day's business in the Court of General
Sessions was concluded, in hear
ing application for bail in the case of
the State i\ Green Saratt and Logan
Gibson, charged with arson. It will
be remembered that these are the two
parties who, it is claimed, attempted
to burn the town of Black's, in York
county, on two or three different occasions.
They are both young white
men, and of good address. A* large
number ot" affidavits were introduced
joth by the defendants and the State,
[lis Honor, after the hearing, refused
;o grant the prisoners bail, and they
cvere taken back to Yorkville jail.
nf Vcirlr rmnnnrod for the
vj - v..., ? lefendants.
Dsath of Mrs. Jane Maddkx.?
Mrs. Jauc Madden died suddenly oil
ast Monday at G o'clock. She was 8G
i*cars old at the time of her death, and
for years has been confined to the
louse. She was a Miss Cat heart and
:ame over to this country from Ireland
about the year 1S20. She was a
?ister of the late Robert Cathcart, who.
tvith David Aiken, did most in buildup
up Winnsboro. She married the
Rev. Campbell Madden in 1822, and
sva's the mother of our townsman, Dr.
r. B. Madden, and Mrs. John H.
Jathcart. She was probably the last
the Covenanters in -Ibis State., iier
remains were interred in the A. ft. P.
jhnrch-yard on Tuesday evening. We,
n common with the community, ex:end
our heartfelt sympathies to the
family in their berervement.
D. Lauderdale.?We call the attention
of the public to the advertisement
of Mrs. D. Lauderdale found iu
another columu This is perhaps the
second oldest establishment in our
town, and the firm is well known to
the people of Fairfield. Three buyers
for the firm have carefully selected an
immense stock from the Northern
markets, ana now every ueparunum
af their stock, including almost every
article needed, is complete. A firstclass
milliner from the North has been
engaged for the season, and will be
pleased to see customers when they
need anything in that line. The reading
public has not been neglccted in
the purchosc of this stock, and more
first-class reading matter can be secured
for fifteen cents at the old stand
than any place in the State. See tne
books, well bound, sold by them for
the above amount.
No Sickness in Winxsboko.?It is
reported in different sections that
Winnsboro is a very unhealthy place;
that there is an epidemic of fever in
the town. We learn that a gentleman
of another county contemplated sending
his children to the Mount Zion
Institnte, but was deterred by fear of
fever. AVe wish to emphatically deny
such reports. Winusborois as healthy
as any town in the country, ana tnere
is no more fear from fever here than
any where else. It is trne that there
were several cases in the town during
the past summer, and some severe
ones at that, but the same is
equally true of the entire State as far
as we can learn. Xo One should besi
tate a moment in coming to Winnsboro
to reside. There is now no fever
in the corporate limits, except one or
two who are recovering from relapses
in the summer fever. We hope this
will be sufficient to set at rest all such
Experience in Advertising.?John
"Wanamaker, the great Philadelphia
merchant, recently spoke as follow:
about advertising: "I never in iny
life used sach a thing as a poster, 01
dodger, or handbill. My plan foi
fifteen years has been to buy so much
space in a newspaper and fill it uj
with what I wanted. I would 1101
give an advertisement in a newspapei
fhr "i ODD floflcPrS f)l
U1 ?W 0
posters. If I wanted to sell cheai
jewelry or run a lottery scheme !
might use posters, but I would 110
insult a decent reading public will
handbills. The class of people win
read such things are poor material t<
look to for support in inercantil
affairs. I deal directly with the pub
lisher, I say to him: 'How long wil
vou let me run a column of matte
through your paper for $100 or $50(
as the case may be. I let him do th
figuring, and if I think heis not try in
to take more than his share, I giv
him the copy. I lay aside the profiil
on a particular line of goods for advci
tising purposes. The first year I lai
aside $3,000; last year "I laid asid
and spent $40,000. I have done bettc
this year, and shall Licrease that sui
as the profits warrant it. I owe m
success to the newspapers, and to thei
I shall freely give a certain part of m
A Sound Lejra? Opinion.
E. Brainbridge Munday, Esq., Counl
Atty., Clay Co., Tex., says: "Have use
Electric Bitters with most happy result
My brother also was very low with Mai;
rial Fever and Jaundice, but was cured I
timely use of this medicine- Am satisfU
?>< J- >>
-Ejiectnc JLHLIC13 ?vcu iuo inc.
Mr. D. I. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cav
Ky., adds a like testimony, saying : I
> positively believes he would have died, hi
it not been for Electric Bitters.
This great remedv will ward off, as w<
5 as cure all Malaria iDiseases, and for ?
1 Kidney, Liver and Stomach Disorde
* stands"unequaled. Price 50c. and ?1.
} McMaster, Brice & Ketcliin. *
) Barrett's Imperial Cologne
> Cannot be surpassed for Fragrance, el
I gance and durabilitv.
McMaster, Brice <fcKetchin
[ COURT OF GEXEKAL SESSION'S.
Mary Liston, who was convicted 011
! Monday of receiving stolen goods, was
! sentenced to sixty days in jail or pay a
fine of fifteen dollars. The fine v/as
The first case taken up on Tuesday
was that of the State v. Maria Cole!
man, charged with assault and batten*.
j Mr. Chas. A. Douglas.? for the defense.
| Verdict- -"Xot Guilty." The defendI
^ 4-K^-* men rwl nTo
bill U ill lilis LUCi; WII-U'U
amusement in the court room from
her manner in testifying-, and it was
evident that she would make a pretty
good prize lighter if opportunity offered
The next case for trial was that of ;
the State v. Mary Gladney, charged ;
with receiving stolen goods. Messrs.
Ragsdaie & Kagsdale and Chas. A.
| Douglass, Esq., for the defense. Ver;
The case of the State v. Charles
Young, charged with attempt to rape, 1
"Mftesvc? T?onr^rlo]r* Mr !
lib 111'A I' UU11ULI* iUUOOi Ot |
ltagsdalc and Chas. A, Douglass for :
the defense. Verdict?"Xot Guilty." ;
The case of the* Slate v. Henry
Warren, white, and Mary Morris, col- :
ored, charged with adultery, was then
taken up. Chas. A. Douslass, Esq., 1
for the defense. Verdict?"Guilty." ;
The next case taken up was that of s,
the State v. Henry Warren and Cicero ;
Robinson, charged with assault and
battery of a high and aggravated na- :
[ ture. At the adjournment of Court
011 Tuesday evening tnejnry was sun
out, and were instructed to bring in a
sealed verdict. "Wednesday morning
the verdict of the jury was published,-, i
which was, "Not Guilty."
In the case of Ella Simmons, charged i
with receiving stolen goods, a plea of (
guilty was entered. Sentenced to pay ;
a fine of fifty dollars or be imprisoned
in the penitentiary for three months. j
The next case colled was that of the
State v. B. II. Carder, charged with
selling liquor without license?two
indictments. A plea of guilty was
entered in both cases. Sentenced to ,
pay a fine of two hundred dollars or *1
be imprisoned in the State penitentiary .
I 101' SIX XI1UIHU5. ,
His Honor then sentenced Henry
Warren to pay a line of two hundred
dollars and be imprisoned in the penitentiary
at hard labor for one year.
Mary Morris, the other prisoner, was
sentenced to six months at hard labor
in the penitentiary.
The case of the State v. Peter McCullongh,
charged with Jarceny of
grain from the fHd. was then taken
up. Messrs. O. "W*. Buchanan and
i Chas. A. Douglass represented the de!
fendant. Verdict?"Not Guilty."
~ i JI ?:au
Sam'i jMcuaniei, cuargcu wim juii-ony
of live stock, pleaded guilty, and
was sentenced to one year in the penitentiary.
. The case against Chas. Veal, charged
with attempted rape, was contined till
the next term.
The court of General Sessions then
Presentment of the Grand Jury.
To the Hon. W. II. Wallace, Presiding
The grand jary having passed upon
all-the bills laid before them beg leave
now to submit their final report.
We find the county jail neat and comfortable.
We did not visit the county poor
house at this term.
Complaint was made to us by some
of the petit jury of the uncomfortable
scats in the jury rooms. One of the .
rooms has one hard bench, the other
two. Wc recommend that chairs be
substituted for these hard benches.
The public roads are generally in good
condition. We call attention to a
few places that are not: The long
bill just south of Douglass bridge,
crossing at Goley branch. The crossing
?< Minn'e iironMi tcp I'pnrtvfnn at Feb
Clt O 1,'i w?v** ir V ? ?
ruary term.. We recommend that this
place be bridged.
The bridges named below arc in bad
condition?some of them dangerous:
Two bridges on the Dell's bridge road,
near the Pope place, Turners" bridge
on Rocky Mount road dangerous. "\Vearc
informed that the contract for a
new bridge at this point has been let
' for more than a month, \;et 110 work
has been done. Bridge on Longtown
. road, one mile below Rion's, dangerous.
Bridge on same roaa near Lloyd
1 Davis's, bad condition. The approach
1 to Glenn's bridge is impassable.
Bridge 011 Monticello road one mile
from Wiuntboro needs new railing-. |
The books of Trial Justices Cat heart,
1 Gladney, Glenn, Trapp, Hinnant and
l McMeekin were submitted to us. ^V'c
. find them neatly kept and all collec.
Respectful ly submitted,
*J. H. Ccmmixgs,
1 SPECIAL rUESENT.MENT.
'' To the IIororaMc W. II. Wallace, Prcsidc
r The grand jury beg io make a sper
dal presentment, as follows:
We present M. II. Moran and Jemir
ma Ford as living in adulterv. "W"e
L name inc ioiiowihs whuwjw.
t Castles, Dr. S. S. Linder, IJ. V. Bray,
j P. C. Mellichamp, Ralph Bo ul ware,
Irwin Pagan, N. A. Peay, James
Stewart, I). F. Cassols, John Ilollis,
3 James Ilollis, David Ilolmes, Simple
son Rice, Capers Harris, Rina Lamar,
. Joe Lamar, Caroline Cunningham,
We present M. IT. jtforan and Cattie
r Robertson as living in adnltery. Wit)'
nesses?James Stewart, D. G. Smith,
e Jas. A. Stewart, Juo. T. Stewart, Jos.
Stewart, Jr., Lewis Haynes, A. F.
= Peay, S. McCormick, L. T. Wilds,
e Jno. D. Harrison, R. C. Reeves, Eli
:s Harrison, colored, James Stewart,
> Jr., J. P. Jones, T. J. II. Jones, W. E.
j Wiles, D. G. Robertson, C. P. Wray,
, W. E. Haynes, F. M. Pope, Jim
c Grippa, Sr., colored. Jim Grippa, Jr.,
:r colored, Preston Gibson, W. J.'Jack
-ITT T> n,- t? TT
j} sou j yy j.t? uiivrvj
Edmunds, Nannie Butler.
31 * J. H. Cummixgs,
On "Wednesday afternoon the jurors
were discharged until Monday morniiio-,
an(] since that time the Court lVas
' j been engaged in the hearing of equity
On Thursday morning the case of
id Catherine E. Rabb vs. Jas. A. Brice,
as Assignee of I). It. Flenniken, was
le taken up. This was an action to re"l
cover real proyertv?Messrs. Ragsdale
,]] & Ragsdale for the plaintiff, Messrs.
ill i Obear ?fc Rion for the defense. Decree
^ for defense.
The next case taken up was that oi
Lilla R. Iiabb, plaintiff, vs. Mary I\IcConnick.
trustee. This was an action
e" for an accounting as such trustee Messrs.
McDonald & Douglass foi
plaintiff, Messrs. Obcar & Xlion for
defense. Decree for defense.
The only other case disposed of on
this day \ras that of Jas. In. Hammond
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Ctf* "J Dili! C. OV?'}^Cl' iiii utwuut iv
recover money. The case had been
referred to a referee to take testimony
and the ca~e was taken up on exceptions
iron- the report of the refereeMessrs.
-McDonalds & Douglass for
plaintiff, Messrs. Eagsdalc Kagsciale
for defense. The referee found
for the defense. The Court affirmed
the report of referee.
The only case disposed of in the
Court ot Common Picas on Monday
was the case of Jas. A. Biice, as Assignee
of D. IJ. Flennikcn, vs. II. E.
Ellison, action on promissory note?
Mes=r?. ..Obear & hion for plaintiff,
II. A. Gail!ard, Esq., for defendant.
Vcrdict for defendant.
rwo Xhoasrn'.il for Two Hundred.
Ticket No. 4G,S5G, which <1 rev.* the third
capital prize of $20,000 in the drawing of
the Louisiana State Lottery Company on
the 9th of August, was held by Daniel
McXaughton, brother of Iioijert MeVnnrrhton.
the barber of Governor street.
"As soon as I ascertained that ticket Xo.
iu,o~A) had drawn the third capital prize of
;20,v001 immediately drew a sight draft on
M. A Dauphin and ft was promptly paid.
1 suppose i have bought two hundred
tickets. This was the first time I ever
struck it big. I know of nothing else in
which I could have invested $206 and got
52,000" in .return/'?Richmond ( Va.) State,
Aug. 27. *
1 A i ililV i O Washington, D.C.
Send for circular.
DEAFXESS. Its causes, and a new
and successful CURE at ycurown
lome, by one who was deaf twenty-eight
rears. .Treated by most of the" noted
specialists without bene lit. Cured Mirusclf
n three months, and sincc then hundreds
)f others. Full particulars sent on application.
T. S. PAGE, Xo. -11 \Vest:;ist St.,
S'ew York City.
Try-the I/rrgost and Best Equipped
?RT>'TER>' 110JLLE1IS ::STAliLISH3IK>T
in the United States.
D.J.I?:!LEiV& ( 0..
324 and 3SG Pearl Street," Xew York.
Prices low. Satisfaction guaranteed- UesL
SURECURZ DISCOVERED FGR.^
l^^^Lauderbach's German Catarrh Remedy. iTll
Price <1. Samples free at J.>ni2K:s:a. Mailed for IC-c. i:.?:*inp j.
rilCCSAA'DS CL'UKl) iiacc the discovery of this method of
-? *?W?*r? from rratoful ocraollfl
oukeu- &iTto.", s'cwt", i.
|?|?il|| hair' salsass
g&S?ft?^^<??3 Oic-irv.i &n<' -.: thoi hair.
I'rOMtou.-? n. ;a>.n: :a.^t j.-rov. l!i.
Sf^aja^gji^w Nsvor Fall- i;? Hesters -Gray
Cur'.: swJ;?< x>.int!lu:Ir&'iilTlg
. vHl^ollcslli, '
The safest, suri.-al ar.rt '.<1t ?3.
Ctopsalljuin. Kascrva tx-tniort lo t;.-; ii-i .
to care. i5 cents at Sr^s^u. IIiscos<?Co.,N. 3T.
EXTRACT OF HEAT
and insist upon no other being sustituted
Sf. B.?Gcnnine only wills facsimile
of Baron Licbig-s sigza*
? *? Mn" ? ?? ??;? I-jKAJ.
ilU'C X It ^JLUV UVAVO.7
Sold byStorekcepers, Grocers and Druggists
Have yon Cough, Bronchitis. Asthma, Indigestion} Use
PACKER'S CINCER TONIC without delay, is
has cured many o^tae worst eases and is the best remedy
Cor oil affections oi tho throas and lungs, and diseases
ju-ising from Impure blood and exhaustion. The feeblo
nad sick, struggling against disease, and slowly drifting
ix> the. grave, will ia many cases rccover their health by
the timely use of Parker's GingerTonic, but delay is dangerous.
Take it ia time. It is invaluable for all pains
aad disorders of stoaacli tuid bovrcls. 50c. at druggists.
W iiolly unlike [artificial systems.
Any book learned in one reading.
Recommended by Hark Twain, Richard
Proctor, the scientist, lions. W. W.
Astor, J vdah P. Benjamin, Dr. Minor,
&c. Class of 100 Columbia Law student;
two classes of 200 each at Vale; 400 at
University of i'enn. Phihi., and -100 at
Wellesley College, and engaged at
Chautauqua University. Prospectus rosT
^T^'r' t /\TJC"TTT?
FREE from rnvr. lwojci , u,
2:57 Fifth Ave., Xcw York.
snnn PIANOS nnd ORGAN's'to bo closcd ou;
tUUU by Oct. L Bargains for all Easiest terms
ever given. Pianos S5 to SIO monthly. Or cans
S3 to S5 monthly. S^~ Rented until paid for.
Special Summer Offer! - No Installments!
SPOT CASH PRICES. Buy Iri June,
July, August or September, and pay November 1.
JVo Interest. Ho InttaUmeiit*. Money saved by a Summer
purchase. Write for circulars, and be convinced,
LyPHafcl & BATES,
SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE, SMS AH, St
rnilE cotton season is the time to pay
X coffin Jiionej*, and no v.* is the cotton
season.' " J. M. ELLIOTT.
NOTICE c : DISSOLUTION.
'T'lIE co-^iiiiiicrsrip heretofore existing:
J. between O. Vv 1 BUCIIANAX anil
J. II. YARBOROUGII. Attorneys, under
I the firm name of BUCIIAXA2S & YARBOROUGII,
is this day dissolved by
0. V,". BUCHANAN,
J. H. YARBOROUGIL
September 2.>, 1SS7.
THOSE who use water from veils or
cisterns ought to have one of my
"WATER ELEVATORS AND PURIFIERS."
Come to me and look at my circulars.
I keep on hand every quality of Machine
Oil, and Axle Grease."
I can furnish Engines and Cotton Gins
and Presses of the best make.
It is my business to furnish farmers with
anything they may need of the best quality
"and at fair prices.
"Mr. John G. Gladden will always be on
i.~., i nn] shfirnei]
IIUUU tw iL'i'asi w>iv ^ .? - L
Gin Saws in ilic best ir.ar.wr
LAND FOR SALS.
I DESIRE-to sell at private sale my plantat
ion'on Broad River, near Monticpllo,
Fairfield Conntv, S. C.. containing TWO
THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED A XL
FORTY-SIX C_'.24M) ACRES. Tliis plantation
is well wooded and watered, and is
very-convenient to tin: Spartanburg a
Union Railroad. Will, warrant titics. J
desire to make the sale by 1st November
lSoT. For terms address
JUSEI'II K. ALSTON,
Aug24xl:a Columbia, S. C.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
" We do hereby certify that ice supervise
the arrangements for all the Monthly and
Semi-Annual Drawings of The Louisiana
State Lottery Company, and in person manage
and control the Drawing* themselves,
and that the same are conducted with honesty,
fairness and in good faith toward all
parties, and ice authorize the Company to
u*e this certificate, with the facsimiles oj our
signatures attached, in. its advertisements.''
We the undersigned Banks and Bankers
Kill pay all-Prize* drawn in The Louisiana
State Lotteries which may be presented at
J. II. OGLESBY, Pres. Louisiana, Nat. Bit.
PIEBRE LANAIX, rres. State Nat. Bk.
A. BALDWIN", Prcs.Nev Orleans Nat. Bk.
CAELKOHX, Pres. Union National Bk.
, , NPP.ECEJDENTED ATTRACTION!
*J OVER HALF A MILLION DISTRIBUTED.
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
incorporated in 1SG8 for 2.3 years by the
Legislature for Educational and Charitable
niM-'tvAcoc?with o rrmifnl rtf Si 000 000?tf>
which a reserve fund of over ?550,000 has
since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote its
franchise was made a part of the present
State Constitution adopted December 2nd,
A. I). 1879.
The only Lottery ever voted on and endorsed
by the people of any State.
It never scales or postpones.
Its Grand Single Number Drawings take
place Monthly, ami tlio Semi-Annual
Drawings regularly every six months
(.June and December).
ASPJLEXDIJ> OFPOIITI XITi' TO
WIX A FOKTIXK. TENTH G K A N D
DRAWING. CLASS K, IN THE ACADEMY OF
MUSIC. NEW ORLEANS. TUESDAY. OCTOXSEXv
11, 1SS7?UOOtti Monthly Drawlnc.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
2TX0TICE.?Tickets are TEX DOLLAKS
ONLY. Halves, ?5. Fil'tiis. $2.
LIST OF FRIZES.
1 CAI'ITAL PRIZE OF ?150,000. .5150,000
1 GRAND PRIZE OK 50,000.. 50,000
1 GRAND PRIZE OF 20,000.. 20,000
2 LARGE PRIZES OF 10,000.. 20,000
i LARGE PRIZES OF 5,000.. 20,000
20 PRIZES OF 1,000.. 20,000
50 do 500.. 25,000
100 do 300.. 30,000
200 (lo 200.. 40,000
500 U0 JLUIF.. ilU,UUU
100 Approxi't'n Prizes of $300.. S:?0,000
100 do do 200.. 20,000
100 do do 100.. 10,000
1,000 Terminal do 50.. 50,000
2.179 Prizes, .amounting to-. ?535,000
Application for rates to clubs should be nude
only to the office of t!ie Company In New
For further Information write clearly, giving
full address. POSTAL NOTES, Exnress
Money Orcers. or New York Exchange in ordlnary
letter. Currency by Express (at our expense)
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.,
or Iir. A. DAUPHIN.
Washington, D. C.
Address JLtegistered JLetters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
New Orleans, La.
T? IT IVTFM'RFT? That the presence or
IS.il iU^Ai ID Generals Beauregard
and Early, who are In charge or the drawings.
Is a guarantee or absolute rairness and Integrity.
that the chances are all equal, and that
no one can possibly cilvlne what* numbers will
draw a Prize.
RFJiEXBEB that the payment or all
Prizes is '.I \KA\TKi:D BY FOUK
XATIOSAL 15A.\KS or New Orleans, and
the Tickets are signed by the President or an
Institution, whose chartered rights are recognized
In ihe highest Courts, thererore, beware
or any imitations or anonymous schemes.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
a LL parties having claims against the
Ix. estate of Anna 11. Scruggs, deceased,
will prest-nt them, properly attested,
to the undersigned; and ali per-1
sons indebted to s.iid estate will make I
payment to the same 011 or before the 15th
W. II. KERR, C. C. P.
J. C. JAMES,
A T T 0 11 X E Y - A T - L A W,
P.IDGEWAY, S. C.
Fsithful attention given to any business
that may be entrusted to me. Will practice
in State and Federal Courts.
References: J. B. Minor, L.L. D..
University of Virginia; W. A. Sanders,
Chester, S. C.; (jCm W. L. T. Prince,
Cheraw, S. C. Septl0fx2m
X OT in Monticelio, containing Two
JLJ Acres, more or less, on which are a
substantial dwelling and barn.
Lot in Montieello, containing One-half
Acre, more cr less, on which are a store
and sn:au warenouse.
A tract of iand adjoining lands of R. T.
Yarborouuh and others, containing Two
I Hundred and Eighty-Six (28(3) "Acres,
more or less..
A tract of l.tnd adjoining the abovedescribed
tract, containing One Hundred
and Forty Six (14f>) Acres, more or less.
The above-described real property, by
virtue of authority conferred by deed of
assignment by J. 11, Lupo, for tbe benefit
of his creditors, will be sold separately to
the highest bidder for Cash, at Monticello,
at 11 a. m., on Wednesday, the ."5 th day of
October, 1887. Purchaser to pay for papers.
Possession given of lots as soon as
terms arc complied with ; of tracts of
land, 1st of January, 1888.
Monticello, S. C., Sept. 13,1887. ?
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA,
Solicitor Sixth Circuit. ^
; McDOXALD & DOUGLASS,
> ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Xos. '.j and 4 Law Ranfje,
: ; WINXSBORO, S. CI
Practices in all the State ajid Unite*
' States Courts.
1 ffTlTS "O A PTTT? fonnd onflloat G<x
j ? - liowcll & Oo'h Nt>waj?pe
; Advertises Bureau (JU.spruce
) cvzLUi&i* 7(v\f U> i* 12* MSW iOIui
WE ARE NOW
AND WISH YOU
C g-& ]H DBF? :
WE FEEL SAEE IN SAT
THE BEST SELEi
WE ARE CONFIDENT
OUR BUYER PAIE
AND WE PROF
THIS STOCK WAS SI
AFTER A CAREFUL E2
WE WILL TELL YOU
THE WHOLE ST(
EXAMINATION OF TEACH
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLI
Office State Supt. of Educ,
Columbia, S. C., Sept. 8, :
To the School Commissioner of
County, H. C.:
Dear Sir?The next regular <
tion of teachers before County I
Examiners will be held on Friday,
^ Til..*-/* 1A*- *VIA OC* aorltr
I. ITiCilSC ilii/ UiC iXUV/?* 1U I.U1 ij
ble how mary question papers
Your attention is called to the i
extracts from the proceedings of
Board of Examiners :
'Resolied, That, in future, al
relatiug to appeals to be brougb
the Board be required to be fil<
office of tbe State Superintended
cation at least twenty (20) daj
the time prescribed for the meeti
"Resolved,, That whenever a t
authorized by the State Board o
ners has been selected in any publ
it shall not be displaced before th
tion of the term for which it ]
adopted by the State Board of Ex
n-riAn otwm? -nermission 1
tAVVJJw uj^vi* f
ly obtained from the County Boai
aminers on the recommendatioi
Board of Trustees."
James ir. e
State Supt. Edu
All parties interested -will govc
selves by the above circular.
john bo yb, s. c
B? virtue of an execution
rected, I will oiler for sale I
Court House door in Winnsboro,
FIRST MONDAY IX OCTC
1 next, within the legal hours of sa
1 ? r~e>\s 4-1.A f
I Jllgnesu MUUCl lui vaow, Uiiv *
described property to wit:
All the right, title and interest
Padgett in all that piece, parcel
of land, lying, being and situa
County or Fairfield and State
FIVE HUN DICED ACRE
more or less, bounded by lands
belonging to B. E. Elkin, deceas
of Dr. Thomas F. Broom, John
and others. Levied upon as the
of W. II. Padgett, at the suit
J, D. McCAR
Sheriff's Office, !
Winnsboro, S, C-.,
m e c A T.T?
count? of fairfield.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
John Kincaid and William Kincaid, Plaintill's,
against Thomas Anderson, (J. Elizabeth
' Anderson, Edward Anderson,
Emma Anderson, Mary (J. McCarter.
C. E. Mobley, Trustee, W. Ii. Doty and
David V. Walker, copartnei's trading as
W. li. Doty & Co., and William K. Kyan,
as Assignee of James Kincaid, Defendants.?
Uofry Summons. Complaint not
To the Defendants Above-named :
\7"OU AliE HEREBY summoned and reJL
quired to answer the complaint in
this action, which is filed in the office of
the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas
for the said County, and to serve a copy
-p ? ? - ??iwl ar.nmlo ir>t ar\
ol your uiiswur tu mc ouivi
the*subscribers, at their office, Winnsboro,
6. C., within twenty days after the service
hereof, exclusive of "the day of such
?1' ^ ??
service, it you xun tu uiiswci luiu*
plaint within the time aforesaid, the
plaintiffs in this action will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated July 14th, 1887.
T<> the absent Defendant Mary C. McCarter:
TAKE notice, that the complaint ir
this action (together with the Summon!
of which the foregoing is :i copy;, wa:
' tiled in the oftice of the Clerk of th<
Court at Winnsboro, in the County o:
Fairfield, and State aforesaid, on the lGtl
L dav of July, A. D. 1S87.
KAGSDALE & RAGSDALE,
AugolxGt Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
J E. iIcJ)0xald, C. A. Douglas
STATE OF SOUTH CAE
Giles J. Patterson, Plaintiff, xs.
Brice, as Assignee of Estate of
IN pursuance of an order of
of Common Pleas, made in t
stated case, I will offer for sale
TTnncp rlnrvr in Wirmsboro.
FIRST MONDAY IN OCT<
next, "within the legal hours o
public outcry, to the highest b
following-described property, to
All that piece, parcel or trac
lying, being and situate in the <
Fairfield and State aforesaid, co:
FOUR HUNDRED AND
Acres, more or less, on Little ]
bounded oy lanes 01 rsmu
i and wife, lands of II. W. Owen
J. M. Kirkland. by Little River
and lands of Timothy Hardei
such shape, marks, buttings am
ries as are represented on a pla
vcy thereof, made by John Vi
veyor, on the 1st February, 18'
. corded in tbe office of Register
Conveyance of said County, B;
t page 4S8.
; TERMS OF SALE:
5 One-third of the purcliase-nu
j paid in cash on day of sale, an
f ance in two equal annual in
l witli interest thereon from dj
payable annually until paid in
?k,- hnnd nf the nun
mortgage of the premises soul,
at the option of the purchaser.
' chaser to pay for all necessary ]
W. Ii. ]
Clerk's Office, C. C. (5.
* Winnsboro, S. C.,
September 9, 1S37.
"PI R "R ir.SD AT.E- G. W. ]
i KAGSDALE & RAGS!
attoexeys and counsellor
t No. 2 Law Range,
I WINXSBORO, S.
PREPARED TO SHOW
TO CALL AND EXAMINE JOODS
3E3 S?8 Efi-ECES?
TNG THAT WE NOW HAVE ONE OF
CTED AND MOST COMPLETE
'F ':,u; P-s
1) TO THE TRADE OF
1 THAT VvE CAN SATISFY TOU IN
S AND TSIMMING-S.
) SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
AND BOUGHT THE
id Latest Fates Bat, '
'OSE SELLING THEM AT
ELECTED FBOM FOUB OF THE
es of New York City,
rr a -vrr-vt * rrrr/^wr /^vnr ct7it7-ot> at t\ k to
Vrlri.JLJLWUi' OXU ? XiilAJU .D'AXO.
' OF OUR OEHEB LINES LATEK.
)CK IS COMPLETE, AND "WE
>EICES. COME AND SEE.
BRICE & KETCHIK
[EES. . THE WINNSBOEO BAB.
Sk>N, I H. A. GAILLABD,
WXXXSBOBO, S. C.
Joards of Office in building of WinnsboroNational
as possi- a. S. DOUGLASS, ~
you vn. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
. I \Tn T om "Ponrro
ollowmg | -w. v ..
the State j WISNSBOEO, S. C.
i , Practices in the State and United States
1 papers j Courts.
,t before i :
;d in the ! OSMUND W. BUCHANAN,
t of Edu-: ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
ngof S No. 7 Law Range,
b WINXSBOHO, S. C.
ext-book | .
f Exanii-! Practices in all United States and State
ic school, j Courts. Special attention to corporation
e expira- and insurance law.
aminers, H. X. Obear. W. C. Rion.
TofEx- OBEAR & KIOX,
l Of the ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW",
Nos. 7 and 9 East Washington be.
. WIXXSEORO, s. c.
;rn then* | Offices same as occupicd by the late Col
i J ames li Jftion.
F. c. ?
South Carolina Railway Company.
pOMMENCING SUNDAY, JUNE,. IS,
yj 1S87, at 6.10 A. 31., passenger Trains
' will run as follows, "Eastern time:"
to me di- TO AND FKOil CHARLESTON.
iefore the east (daily).
*'011 Depart Columbia.. G.50 a. m. 5.33 p. m,
Dne Charleston?10.35 a.m. 9.45 p.m.
^ 'u west (daily).
on'nwin^ Depart Charleston. 7.00 a. m. 8.0o p. m.
" Due Columbia 10.45 a. m. 9.45 p. in.
of W. n. TO AND FROM CAMDEN,
or tract east (daily except sundae.)
in the a. m. a. m. p- ji. p. m.
oi ooutu depart Columbia. ..G.50 7.45 5.w 5.33
p m. p. in. p. m. p, m.
-S, Due Camden 12.52 12.52 7.42 7.42
formerly west ( daily Sunday excepted. )
'ciooni a- m* a-in* P-m- mkroner
v depart Camden... .7.45 7.45 3.30 3.30 .
V j> a. m. a. m. p m. p a
Due Columbia 10.25 10.45 7.30 y.45
LEY. ^ TO AND FROJI AUGUSTA.
3- V. C. east (daily).
Depart Columbia.. 6.50 a. in. 5.33 p. m
Due Augusta 11.40 a. m. 10.25 p. m
Depart Augusta... 6.10 a. m. 4.40 p. m.
Due Columbia 10.45 a. m. 9.55 p. m.
OLINA, Made at Union Depot, Columbia, with
Calumbia & Greenville Railroad by train
arriving at 10.45 A. M, and departing at
James A. 5. 33P. JJ. Also, with C. C. & A-Railroad
David E. by same train to^and from all points on
both roads, j
the Court Passengers take Breakfast and Supper at
he above- Branchville and Columbia Depot.
before the At Pregnalls to and from all points on
? vni-niwii ip Raiiroad. At Charleston with
uu tuc ~
JBER steamers for New York, Jacksonville and
. , points 011 St. John's Kiver on Tuesdays
vm ' tt an<* ^atui"days: with Charleston andSavaniaaer,
tue naj1 Railroad to and from Savannah and
? J i points in Florida daily.
:t ot land, Augusta with Georgia and Central
u-ounty ot railroads to and from all points West and
n taming South. At Biackville to and from points
TELTE on Barnwell Kailroad. Through tickets
River and can he purchased to ail points South and
' Hastings West by applying to
5, lands of UMOA DEPOT, Agent, Columbia, S. C.
aforesaid JOHN' B. PECK, General iEanager.
i, having 0. ALLEN, Gen. Pass. & Ticket Agt.,
1 bounda- Charleston, S. C.
t of resur- :
p G UIDE, contsiniiut colored plates, '1
H 100 engravings ot different breeds, I
n prices they are worCx, and where t? 3
;ney to be II tony them. Directions for Training 5
rl tho hai Dogs and Breeding Ferrets. MaHed jj
stalments, Fmufchlng Goods of aC kinds! 13
iy of sale, Hiwi^afmWW.JL" TJLIM'BHP WWW WLWjjiT!
full, to be
ihaser and j ^ for pr^cni POUL- MiAa gl
or all cash ! TRY BOOK. 100 pa*ea; beauThe
T>ur- \ ti*111 colored plate; cngrwiDSS
lilt, piir ^ jjj iQnda ^ fowls; dcscnp- <TVSt fl
papers. tions of the breeds; hovr to capam*e; 13
xERK i P14^ for poultry houses: ia&xrMtfitfia M
p v< /*t ! about incubators, andwiere fc> bay fiSJ'c.J3 JJ!
1. r. u. > Eggs from best sto-ck at ^jUfiOSs^l m
j per Hittiiif. Sent for 15 Cenfc^P^I
l ^ H so.yoa.necd the BO OKI OF CAGEI
vE&BLRD*. 120 pnjpw. 150 HlBa-19
r> . I I iJSatrarions. Beautiful colored plate* El
KAGSDALE j Treataent and breeding of all kinds Ce?a B
&?.// birds, for pleasure and profit. Disease*
Pi A T V I .Hw and their cure. Hotr to btold and etock B
UALiX/, jeBg an Aviary. AllaboutTPaxrota. PriceeofB'
U irnV.ir I loads birds, cages, etc. Hailed for
S XX LAW, ( Id Cents* TboXnreeBooka,40Ct?^H
if ) ASSOCIATED FANCIERS^ 'IS