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M. C. WILL
W. B. MOOKE, Treasurer.
U. E. SPENCER.
T. B. McLAIN.
LA KG EST BUILDERS in the South
use these goods ?
1. Because they are made of finest in
2. Because they are unsurpassed in s
3. Because they are made by Southei
Soutk for Southern Folks. Southern
our way to strength.
Eyery job Carriage, Phaeton, Surrey
Our agents are authorized to guaran)
ship or material.
IJfSPJKCT AXD i
Remember, the greatest economy is <
of clothes is high at any price. For aa
Proprietor Wiuusboro Wagoi: Works
DON'T FORGET THAT TU E FAIR
FIELD AGKICUTURAL ASSOCIATION
WILL HOLD ITS
The First Tuesday and Wednesday
These Fairs hare, by their wonderful
growth from an. humble beginuing,
a?toiii?hed the most hopeful members
wt the Association; and the County has
? ight to feel a pride in the tine display
of agricultural and gajdau products,
lire stock and household articles.
Fairtield has beaten the State in the
county contest, and she must do it
The Premium List has been much
enlarged, so that tne rewards win r>e
of sufficient value to justify the trouble
of exhibiting. If you haven't a PreN<r
uiiutn List get one, examine carefully,
,and resolve to carry off some of the
The ladies, who always command
succogp, are etpccialiy urged to take an
active interest in this matter.
The Association is neither sectional
nor political. Lay aside animosities
and Iscal prejudice and come together
in honest rivalry, striving to add to
the material and social welfare of our
dear old County.
-SALE - STABLES.
ALL. person or persona having
bought stock from ine and
given tbeir notes payable on (tut fir*t
of October and November, 1801, will
please prepare t? meet tbe same, as 1
am oblige to collect, and those having
nolea carried over \*ill please call and
settle them at once, as they must be
* I have a few good- iiilch Cows for
ale, or I will exchange them for dry
cattle. 1 will also exchange rattle for
ping horses and mules.
Ooe Second-hand Columbus Buggy.
Winnsboro, S. C.
^ '!st Opened To-Day.
ONE BARREL NEW NO. 1 MACKEREL.
One :full Cream Cheese.
One barrel Porto Rica Molasses.
15 barrels fine Patent Flour, No. 1.
ileal and Grits of pure white flint corn.
v ' Mayuclia Hants always on hand.
Als-> the Reliable ?aliforn'a Ham, the
fine^st and cheapest Ham in town.
Granulated TSuRar, IT lbs. for$3.00. !
Light Brown; Sugar, 20 lbs. for $l.u0.
Dark Brown Sugar, 2S Jbs. for Si.00. I
Fine Arica and:Java Coffee, the finest in :
town; aSo cheaper grades.
Also a full line-of Canned Goods of all
kind, whkSvwe qffer.cheap.
Molasses of all gefites''ft<sm,sac. to 75c. per i
Oats and Corn cheap for cash.
Don't fail to give the "Old Dyed-in-the.
Wool" a call and be saved from waiting on
the sub-treasury, for you may starve be
f for? that comes to be a"savior for us.
J. D. M'CARLEY & CO.
H, A. GAIL LARD,
WINNSBORO, S. <;.
Office up-sUiis over J. il. Beaty liro.'s
JOS. F. WALLACE, Vice-President.
J. P. CULP, Secretary.
C. M. PARROT.
Sugrsry Co. |
of fine light vehicles. Why you should
ateriai and skilled labor.
ityle, durability and finish.
rn people of Southern Timbers in tho
protection by Southern production is
r, Cariolet or Buggy js guaranteed to
tee and repair ny defects in workmanKE
;et your money's worth. A $5.00 suit
le at Wmnsboro, S. C'.? by
. T. MATTHEWS,
and dealer in everything on wheels.
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Bnt plenty of
| OLD IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
LIQUORS. SUCH AS
BRA XDTES, GIXS(
R UM A XD TFIXES,
DOMESTIC RYE AND CORN OF
ALL AGES AND QUALITIES.
LEMONADES AND FANCY MIXED
Fresh Beer Always on Band.
Try onr Cigars and Tobacco. Soda
Water, Sarsaparilla and Ginger Ale.
WINNSBOBO HOTEL BAB.
jFresti Bread, Cakes and Pies,
\ ? ALSO?
Just it) this week another invoice of
The best smoke for FiveCeDtsin town.
U. A. WHITE.
THIS runs RESORrwi
From May 1st1
li is acct'k*ible from Spartanburg by
neotion with :dl train*. Telephone iu
Til K raiXJKK
I?; unsurpassed, and invalids find *ure a
Dyspepsia, Liver Ooinplf.int, Chronic
and (i?-iier:d Debility following
Diarrhea, Dysenterv, Uoii'di
Kenal and Cv^tic Disease?',
HIGHLY ltEOOMMEXDED BY
RICHMOND AND DAXVILLI K.lt
SOUTU CAROLINA. DIYISION.
Condensed Schedul# inEffeet August 2,
TKAIXS SUN ST 7iTM HSKIBIi.3 TIMS.
Northbound. N?. It. N?. 12.
Lr. Savannah, ll.3tp.ia
Ly Charleston, 50.Wp.?8.4#a.m.
Lv. Augusta, 7.Mp.? 11.45a. .
Lv. Craniteville 7.53p.n 12.17p.?i.
Lr. Trenton, *.25p.m 12.4ip.m.
T * - * ? ^ 1 O ROn ni
J>Y. J GDDSEOI1 ft IVp.JH
Ar. Columbia, 10.40 p. m 2.45p.ni
Lv. Columbia, 10.50p.rn J.0lp.?.
Ar. Winnsboro, 12.26*.* 4.41p.ui.
Ar. Chester, 1.23&.& 5.35p.m.
Ar. Rock Hill. ^'.rJa.a 6.15p.m.
Ar. Charlotte, 3.05a. & 7.1 Op. la.
Ar. Salisbury, 7.32a.? 8.20p.ui.
/ r. Greensbor*, 8.25a.a 11.10p.m.
Ar Richmond, t 4.40p.m 7.90a.m.
Ar. Washington, 7.5lp.sa l#.2*a.m.
Ar. Baltimore, ll.25p.m 12.05a.m.
Ar. Philadelphia, S.OOa.a 2.20p.m.
Ar. New York, 6.2#a.B? 4.50p.mSouth
Bound. No, 9. No. 11.
Lv New York, I2.15ngfc4.30p.rn.
Lv. Philadelphia, 3.50a?m ?.5?p.nL
Lv. Baltimore, b.50a.m ?.30p.m
Lv.Washiagton, 11.15a.m. li.OOpia
Lv. Richmond, 3.00p.m. 2.5*a.m
Lv. Greensboro 10.30p.m. l?.2*a.a
Lv. Salisbury', J2,30a.m. 11.54a.*
Lv. Charlotte 2.35a.m. 1.55p.xs
Lv. Rock Hill, 3.20a.m. 2.45p.a
Lv. Chester, 4.10a.a. 3.25p.m
Lv. Winnsboro, 5.08a.m. 4.23p.m
Ar. Columbia, i.40a.m. 5.45p.w
Lv. Columbia, 7.00a.m. 6.00p.K
Lv. Johnston's 3.57a.:n. 7.45p.m
Lv. Trenton, 9.13a.m. 7.."i9?.t?
Lv.Graniteviile, 5.44a.m. S.29p.a
Ar. Augusta, 10.2?a.m. f.I9p.m
Ar. Charleston ll.?Sa.m. J :'.0p.m
Ar. Savannah 6.20p.m. S.kia.m
THROUGH CAB BERVICX.
Pullman cars between Greensboro, X.C.,
and Augusta on Traius 9 and 10. Train
12 conencct3 at Charlotte wiih Washington
and Southwestern vestibul# limited
train No. 38.
J. A. DODSON,
J AS. L. TAYLOR,
jGeneral Passenger Agent.
W. H. GREEN, Gen, Mangr.
D. CARD WELL, D. P. A.,
Columbia, S. C.
South Carolina Railway Company.
Commencing August 9, i89i, at 2.55
p. m., the trains will run as follows
(Eastern Time) :
MAIN LINE TO AUGUSTA.
1 aavo f!h?rlAstnn ... 6.20 a m 8.00 1> m
Leave Branchville... 9.00 am 8.?5 p m
Arrive Augusta 11.50 a m 11.15 p ?
AUGUSTA 10 CHARLESTON.
8.00 am 9.1# pra *.3?pa
10.58am 2.53 am 8.05 pm
1.15pm 7.15 am lt.15 p m
MAIN LINE AND COLUMBIA DlV.
5.30 a 3 6.26 a m #.?0 p m
Leave BranchvTje 7.30 a m 7.15 p sa
9.45 a m 10.9* a m 1# It p m
Arrive Camden 10.55 am
COLUMBIA DJ.V. AND MAIN I INE.
Leave Camd#n 5.60p m
Leave Columbia 6.50 a m 5.55 p m
Leave Branchvill<j 8.55 a m 7..*5 p m
Arrive Charleston 11.35 am 10.15 pm
CAMDEN AND COLUMBIA ACCOM.
Leave Columbia 800 am
Arrive Camden 13.55 a mf
Leave Camden 5.09 p mf
Arrive Columbia 7.30 p mf
Arrive Charleston 10.35 p mf
Connections made at Columbia daily to
and from Charlotte, also Cincinnati and
the North, and to and from Asherille, Hot
Springs and the West. Daily except
Sunday to and from points on the C. k G.
Div., R. & D. R. R. Connects at Charleston
Monday, Wednesday and Friday with
Clyde bteamships for New York and for
Jacksonville, Fla. Connects daily at
Charleston with C. St S. Ry. for all points
R. L. SEAT, U. T. Agt.,
Columbia, S. C.
f T?TnTrt?VTC./??? Daca A
O. 15. r O, VJCU. i (UO. iig1.
C. M. WARD, Gen. Manager,
Charleston, S. (J.
! Colli Seed Meal.
MEAL, the cheapest and
best Stock Food.
lotiii as til for Cattle.
Cull at Jour store and jret
h sack jwith privilege of
returning provided vuiir
stork will not em it.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
mHE HOUSE AND LOT of Mr. Henry
X N. Obear, now occupied by Mr. Hoibrook
Hion, aru in iny hands for sale.
Price and terms liberal."
8-27Jim T. K. F.IJ.IOTT.
S COUNTY, S. 1.
ITIH 1(1 VISITORS
to October 15th.
a Daily Hack Line, makinsr yood conoperation
to Spartanbnrjf and Daily
nd speedy relief fey its use.
Henfatitis. Janndice. Tomor of Lirtr
upon Malarial Diseases, Dropsy,
pation, Hemerrhoid, Uterine,
, Hematuria, Rheumatism,
ent, and other Female
THE MEDICAL PROFESSION.
ON & SIMPSON, '
I DAVIDSON COLLEGE,
DAVIDSON, N. C.
Fifty-fifth tear begins September
Eight Men in the Faculty.
Three Courses for Degrees.
Sent! for a CaUloeue.
J. B. SHEARER, D. D. LL. D.
SALEM, N. C.
THE OLDEST FEMALESOlLE&E il tleSIDTi
The 90th Annual Session begins August
27th, 1891. Register for last year 656.
Special features: The Development of
Health, Character and Intellect.
Building thoroughly remodelled. Fully
equipped Preparatory, Collegiate and Post
Graduate Departments, besides first-' lass
schools in Music, Art, Languages, Commercial
and Industrial Studies.
JOHN H. CLEWELL,
ANDERSON, S. C.
A SELECT MILITARY BOARDING
SCHOOL for young men. Tbw curriculum
embraces English, Mathematics,
Ancient and Modern Kanguagts, Mental,
Moral and Political Science "with full Business
Nine Instructors, one of whom is an
j army ?fticer5 detailed by the U. S. Government.
Next session begins Septeuibar 16.
! Kates reasonable. Send for Register, with
! terms, etc.
; 8?tfxlK COL. JOHN B. PATRICK,
! loiri College,
SPARTANBURG, S. C.
; JAS. II. CARLISLE, LL. I)., Prea't.
Wofford College offers to students in
the four college classes two parallel courses
of study, each leading to the degree of
Bachelor of Arts, in one of which Modern
Languages are substituted for Greek.
Board, tuition, matriculation, washing,
lights, fuel, books, and stationery, the
necessary College expanses for the "year,
can be met withOxE Hundred axd Fiftt
Dollars. The advantages offered by
Wightman and Alumni Halls, enable stuj
dents to meet their collage expenses with
I this very small amount.
i The next session begins the 1st day of
J. A. GAMEWELL,
Secretary of Faculty.
Wofford College Fitting School,
Spartanburg, S. C.
The fourth session begins October 1st,
Boys prepared for College. Expenses
Va aavavq/I K? Cl Kl\ q voflp Snnprvi*
Mimj WXS WICiCU WJ v?w w J\?*.
sion careful and constant
A. G. REMBERT, A. M.,
8-I8tf Head Master.
J. F. Master 4 Co.
ONE CAR LOAD
Seed Eye & Barley
The remainderof my stock
TT jm. JBB Jt-i3E2
Lett over from last winter'9 purchaw,
will be at cost.
cheap as dirt.
W. K. ATKH*.
New W lota
WE have purchased the wh
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOT5
And we will expose them for sale
Is a mass of bargains that cannot
any of the matchleis bargains tha
I TAKE PLEASURE
In iuformiilg my friends
and the public generally
that I am receiving and
bare iu stock the
ever brought here. Also
the very bent grades of
Coffee?, Spice#, Essences
and Extracts. Davis Baking
Powder, Choice Salmoi
and French Sardines,
Koait and Chipped Btef
and Lunch Tougue, Fre?h
Oatmeal Grist, equal to
rice, Fine Flour, New
Catch Alackerel, with a
good many other good?.
all ot' which will be sold
at the lowest price tor
A lew p?l8 of New Fat
S. S. WOLFE,
A FULL LINE ot all the Books
A used in the sehool* throuffhouj
Iu this line we bare a full assort
mem, bucu a*
Ledgers, Day Book*, Journals,
Receipt Books', Jieajoranduma, &c.
We would like to call your spccial
attention to this line, without doubt
the finest aud cheapest ever brongfft to
this ploce. Our boxes of Liaen Paper
are rery hue and the Tablets are
tremendous for the price.
Also a fall supply of
Inks, Slates, Mucilage,
Pens, Crayons, Ink Stands,
Penholders, Pencils, Etc., Etc.
Wiansboro Drag Stow,
Next door to the National Bank.
RYE A1 BARLEY
tt7k have received to-day
Yi a choice lot of
RU, HE 11BAREY.
It will pay you to call on us before
buying the above or any of the following
Efc., Ktc., Etc.
In a few days wre can give you a
Kelci & Caltart1
. - I
THIS PAPER :
8pxoo? 8CX wUar? sJ-rwrSSnx
K?8?? Maj USMo IWC 14 J YO&&*
i P T TIN
r JLU JL KJ X 1
ile Prices a Sceoat
ole stock of Holmes Harden it Co
KING, SHOES, HATS, 4-c.,
far below New York wholesale cost.
be duplicated in South. Carolina. 1
t we offer; all we ask is a chance.
EE TO PLEASE.
4NTFVF1 TO S A VI
JLAY & TT
Harness Oils, Axle Oils, M
Whitewash Brushes, Shoe
Rlue Stone, Window Glass,
Gunpowder Ttas, Laundry
Cattle Powdjrs, Garden
Seed, Bird Seed, Lamps, CI
count Books, Writing Paper
opes, Paper Bags, Tobacco :
AT 1 HE DRU
; _ f
Prescriptions carefully coj
I READY FOR
WE are now prepared to gincolton
j ginnery being compete in every respect
j bat little expenditure of lime and labor
We are also ready to buy cotton seed
j them in exchange for meal or bulls or b<
able distance of an oil mill wiJl nod it ;
stead of the whol? seed, or, what is beti
other roughness to stock aud apply the i
"Intensive Farming", delivered at lied
man Stackhouse sad: "Cotton seed me:
tilizer on the market, but I am persuade
tbe entire output of the mills will be uti!
be fed to hor?p?, ruules and bogs, as we
with rough food, and thereby overcome
tively much cheaper tbau corn meal as s
That cotton seed meal is one of the c
foods, the following table4giving the rel
of several feed stuff* will show:
liar (good) !
. Cotton seed meal...* 41
We earnestly solicit that a fair trial be
stock, as that i? the proper and most pi
borne product. Again, the oil has no le;
Experiment Station, N. C\, saya: "The1
chemical elements, carbon, hydrogen an<
complicated arrangement. A different
would form ordiuary sugar, a pieca of c
of these element* are found in abundar
nf ihii amnnH Tlio r>uf)nn nlanf hon f
VI ?. liU VUklUt AIIV VVkVWI. V UMV V
these elements through the pores of its
little rootlet frotu the soil, and rearrangi
and the oil of the seed. The carbon coi
hydrogen and oxygen (mainly in the fi
and consequently neither can be said tc
along or combined to form the oil."
Many chemical elements unite in vari<
j growth and development; and of these <
I perimenters have found that nature furi
except nitrogen, phosphorous and pota*s
removed lroin cottou seed, these three <
the meal and halls- the meal (about 7
ibein, that is all of (be fertilizing propert
of carbon, hydrogen and exygen, and so
ments only differently combined. Ther
dispo?iug of the oilas of the lint. The <
cided by a little calculation) for tbe farm
exchange bis seed and get back in snot
elements of fertilization they contain. 1
tbe arts and as an article of diet is being
lard on account of its cheapness and eqo
stant demand for it, and every gallon of
more than the cost of production enham
centributcs to tbe wealth and prosperity
T^R. DAVID AIKEN of-ggSS^ I
# J icio uto yiviwvjj'/uitj JVI'Ur^VHpHB I
vices to the citizens of the Town
and County. A 9har* of public pafronage I
tSPOffice, No 9 Was-liinston Street,ti;rr?
doois west of post office. 8-2j**ly
1AM located two miles from ray old
stand. I have a full stock of all kiud.s
of Lumber on hand. Can saw any kind f
you want at short uotice.
C. A. ABELL,
I-18tf Nelson, S. C. j
i., of Chester, S. C., consisting of
\-Ve will not attempt to enumerate
? YOU MONEY.
OILS, KEKOSENE OILS,
iied Paint, Buggy Paints,
Brashes, Plaster of Paris,
Patty, Hyson, Oolong and
and Toilet Soaps, Sapolio,
Seed, Lucerne and Clover
limneys, School Books, Ac,
Pens, Pencils, Ink, EnvelEtnd
G STORE OF
ICE & KETCH lit.
capounded day and night.
at $1.25 per bale ot 500 pund*. Our
enable* u* to gin and pack cotton with
on the part of our customers.
sT SKED. .
at the highest market price, or takt
?tb. Any one living within a reasonprofitable
to use meal as a fertilizer In-;
:er to feed the meal mixed, with halls or
manure to the land. Iu an address oa
Spri'!??8, N. C., August 20f Congretsil
is now the cheapest ammoniated ferd
that the time is not far distant when
lized a? stock food. While too rich to
get it from the mills, it can be mired
that objection, and it will then be relaitock
uost concentrated and valuable slock
alive flesh aud fat producing qualities
1 7 o
2 ' 63
: made in feeding cotton seed meai to
rofitable wav to utilize this valuable
rtilizing value. Dr. Dabney, Cheaaiet,
oil [of cotton seed] is composed of the
3 oxygen combined together ia a very
arrangement of these same elements
loth, er a drink of whiskey. All three
ice, both above and below the surface
he power in its gjowth of taking up
leaves from the air and through eech
wy f Iwim t s\ k a fi Upa ofn 11*
U1C1U tu 1V/1 111 llig UUIC Ci IUC 9UII&
nes alirjost entirely lroci the air, the
Drui of water) from both air and soil,
> have any fertilizing- property, either
)us proportions to contribute to plant
elements agricultural chemists and ex*
aishes in abundance in most soils all
iom. Now, when the oil and lint are
dements are found to be contained ia
00 lbs.) containing practically all ot
:ie? of the seed. The lit is composed
is the oil formed of the*e sameele-,
efore there i? just as much reason for
>nly question (which can be easily deer
to consider is wnether be can sell or
her form all or more than all of the
"hi# oil i* being put to various uses in
gradually substituted for olive oil and
lal purity. Therefore there is a conit
that can be expressed and sold for
i;e? the value of the cotton crop and
of our countrv. Respectfully,
OIL AXD FERTILIZER CO.
TlTniNTTl STT-I Y.
*. J. QUATTLEBAUM, D. D. S
WiyNSBOPvO, 3 c.