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Wednesday. July, 1?, : : : 1893
^ Lexers will be collected from the
i'-tier boxes at 11.2? a. m., 5.20 p. m.,
md 9 p. m. daily.
Shoes- Q. D. Williford & Co.
Overstocked?W. Ii Dotr & Co.
Notice?J E. McDonald & Othe.-?.
Duridson College?J. I). Shiaier,
Notice?T. M. Douhv.tre. Woodward,
?Take our advice ami buy your
shoes from Q. D. Williford & Co. *
?T. M. Bouhvare, of Woodward,
gives notice that he is prepared to do
?The Western Union Telegraph
Company is having some changes made
in the Hue ruuning through Wiunsboro.
?The proprietors of the Winnsboro
Drug Store have had a handsome sign
painted above the door of their place
of business. It is quite an improvement.
?A game of ball was played here
Tuesday afternoon between the colored
teams of Winnsboro and Monticello.
The game resulted in a victory for the
?W. II. Duty & Co. *reover?tocked
with fruit jar* and will sell them
cheap. House-keepers should seize
thi* opportunity of laying in a supply
for the summer.
?Dr. D. E. Jordan is confined to
his home by tickness. The Doctor's
many friends hope to see him eut again
* rerj shortly. His illness, we are
happr to say, is not serious.
?The number of inmates of the
State lunatic asrluin is larger now
than it has been for some years. Fairfield
has seat down three unfortunates, j
all colored, in as many weeks.
? We are delighted to uote ttiat
Yari?us portions uf Ue county hare
been visited by splendid raina. In tLe
meantime this particular pari of the
world i< suffering for a good ahower.
?The Winnsboro Drug Store has
011 exhibition three tomatoes raised
from some of their seed by Mr. T. J.
Cureton. They are of the Trophy and
Acme variety, and together weigh
throe pounds. One of these weighed
20? ounces. *
You Wear Shoes??If you do,
l'emomber that Q. D. Williford has an
elegant line in stock. They are guar
anteed to give satisfaction.
"WINNER OF THE SCHOLARSHIP.?
Miss Sallie Parker, of Ridgeway, has
been awarded the "Winthrop scholarship
she having stood the best examination.
There were two other appli
u.,?. narinr was the
CSlUl^ UUL iUXOO i. ui jvv? ^ ? . .. -
OrF Foit Clemson.?Messrs. W. R.
Elliott and Thomas Ruff left Wednesday
f*r Clemson College where they
will enter the Freshman Class. These
young gentlemen will no doubt uphold
the credit of the Coaaty .at ..tjys iusti^gliar
tution. The college open3 today. ^
An Evening Receition.?Mrs.
IMary C. Rion entertained a large
* aimk?r of fri?nds at her charming
h?me on Thuriday eveain^. Many
of the aoit *ccomp!i?hed musicians
of Winnsboro were present, and
during the evening the guests were
<reated te sotae exqui?ite music.
ARE YOU MADE mis&ble by In
digestion, Constipation, Dizziness,
Loes of Appetite, Yellow Skiu? Sfai*
i?h'? Vitalizer is a positive care. *
Bethel Presbytery.?There will
be a called meeting of Bethel Presby.'X
- U T..T? oi.
tery at j>aicm ui-urcu, uuiy inu, ?i,
11 a. m. Delegates -whose intentitn it
is to attend "will notify Rev. G. T.
w ? Bourne of the fact in order that ar|?
rAngements may be made for meeting 1
them upon their arriral in Winnsboro}
on Thursday, July 13th. !
Off for thk World's Fair.?^r. j
and Mrs. J. O. ISoag, and ileisre. |
John E. and i'i. K. Matth?rrs> W. Gr. I
Wkite and Sawuel Sampson ltft Mon- J
<lay aftern?*is for a two tveeki visit to J
Ibe "World's t'aSr. amy wcm via
? Chester to join, the part/ which left
t that point tb?? same day.
k Dr. W. E. Aiken is now in Chicago,
Free Transportation* to Chicago.?
Secretary Prince, of the State Press
Association, has perfected arrangements
by which the members of that
body will be given free transportation
to the World's fair. This is a great
new# f?r tke editors, many of whom
*?;n if.nst n#??iaiulv take advantage of
the opportunity. They will all go in
a body, leaving early iu August.
Death of an Infant.?After a
s?rious illness of onlv one or two
feSte* . days, the infant daughter of Mr. and
|& Mrs. David Crawford passed away on
||b Thursday night. The death ?f this
||f little one is peculiarly sad, and the
lljP^ sympathy of the whole community
g??s ost to the grief-stricktn pareuts.
V The funeral services were held at the
V "Methodist Church on Friday after1L
tno?n at 6.30 o'clock.
f At the Brick Chuech.?Rev. W.W.
Orr, who conducted the revival meeti
ing at the A. R, P. Church here during
. the spring, will open & meeting at the
. old brick church on Sunday., July 20.
This church is in the Long Run neighborhood
and has been closed for a long
ttime. The congregation propose to
treopen the church for regular worship,
lit is not known how long iir. Orr will
icoutinue the meeting.
L KARL'S CLOVER ROOT, the
HP* great Blood Purifier, giyes freshness
^ and clearness to tbe Cerr.oiexion and
cures Constipation, 25c., 50c. For
jggk Sale at the Winnsboro Drii* ?t?re. *
KcckUn'i Arnica SalT*.
tTiix Bf.st Salvx in the world for Cut>,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Zsores, Tetter,Chepped Hands, Chilblains,
-? Ojrns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required I?
is snarauWjd to give perfect satisfaction,
?<Biouey refunded. Price 23 Tint? iwi
& *. For sale by M<*ViVer & Co. '
Highest of all in Leavening Po\v<
' Dislocated His Arm.? Mr. Chas. |
| K. Douglass mot with quite a painful
; accident while taking a spin on lii^,
. bicycle "Wednesday afternoon. While j
going at an easy pice he disengaged i
one hand from the handle grip aad j
? -1 !
j attempted to remove Jus coat which j
was under the saddle. In some way j
I Mr. Deujlass lost control ef his ma- j
chine and was thrown heavily t9 the |
ground dislocating his arm. The j
injury is painful, of course, but not at
all s?rious. i
Moxticello DefeatsXewbei:ky.? j
| The Monticello base ball team lefr,
Tuesday for Newberry to play two
games of ball with the club of that
place. The first game was played!
\VW?noc/1?v nff^vnnon and the Fairfield
boys won with bauds clown by a score .
of 10 to 12. The second game also
resulted in a victory for the Fairfield j
team. The boys say that the whole of !
Newberry County was arrayed against1
them but that littf e game didu't work j
as will be seen bv the score. Hurrah
for Monticello! ;
Davidson College.?We respect- ;
fully direct the attention of onr read- j
ers this morning to the advertisement j
of Davidson College which appears in !
another column. This institution is so 1
well known, and 60 popular that no !
words of commendation from us are
needed. The handsome catalogue has
beeu received. It contains valuable ,
information iu regard to every detail1
af the college work. Persons who !
have sons to educate should communi- Jcate
with the President, Dr. J. B.'f
Shearer, Davidson, X. C. 1
An Exceedingly Dry Town.? j
Winntboro is in every sense of the i
word a dry. dry town. Those who
h:.re been accustomed to alcholicj
beverages a* a mean> of refreshment j
stantial to remind one of the da\s that i
The Fourth in Wixxsboro.?'The ;
"Glorious Fourth" was not ushered in j,
here by the booming of canea *r the |
ringing of hells, nor did the festive ;
firecracker ai;d th3 jovial small beys
occupy a conspicuous place in the i,
day's demonstration. The celebration
entirely in the hand of the ,
colerecT~p?6U2je; and while thev had no
elaborate pr???ram the day was spent
in a manner peculiarly their own. i
P.'cuics, Old Fellows' parade and '
base ball were the amusements in- ;
*- ?1. 1 ? ,lia|
dulgetl in. it was pruuaun lilt J
warmest .day of the summer aid
everybody was bu!>y attempting to 1
keep cool. The post office and banks !
were closed as usual, the day being a j
Personals. | ,
' w Rnrthanaa. E?n , wa? in town |
" ... ,
Miss Emiiy Th?uias has returned to i
Muss R;y Cummings has gone to
Mr. J. II. Cummings spent SnidnY
Miss Mattie Withers, of Columbia,
is risking in town.
Mr. W. Egleston has g-onc to Iiascoraville
for a week.
Miss Marion Boyd, of Kidgeway, ii
j visiting friends in tuwn.
Mr. K. II. Jennings has returned
i from a visit to Edgefield.
Mr. U. E. Ellison, Jr., is spending
[ hh vacation with Lis paranls hire.
Miss.s Maggie and Be?bie Stevenson
i are visiting relatives in Rock Hiil.
! "***-- T ???< ?i -frATYi
.MISS -L.IZ/.1C 1U9 1-.LUUIW JL.V,...
I a pleasant visit to friends in York
Miss Nannie Phinney left Wednesday
t? spend a portion <>f lier holidays
Mrs. F. II. McMaster is visiting the
- ? - i *?.. t\ ir
I lamuy 01 ner iauier-iu-iHw, .>n. v.t.
Miss Alice McMaster lias returned
j from Early Branch where she spci;t
I the winter.
I Messrs. If. Y. \ uruer ami 5>. I).
Dnun have gone for a sej >urn at Clcve!
; Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Robertson have
; returned to Columbia after a biief
; visit to relatives here.
Mrs. Ii. D. Smart left Thursday for j
j Cokesbury after a very pleasant visit i
i 10 relatives in wiuu*uuru.
Xlisses Mattie and Loi> Harris, of:
; Pinerille, N. C., arc visiting their sis
\ ter, Mrs. C. E. McDonald.
| A LITERARY AND MUSICAL TREAT, j
The entertainment at Mr. Zioii i
Friday erenitg was a great success!
in evary particular. 1 ho large audience
enjoyed the exercises immensely.!
Miss Mary F. M:Master played a|<
! oharminor 511 fitrilniPTital 9fllo.
; Mr. Longsireet Ganlt and Missj:
i Gautt sang several ducts, and Mr. h
| Gantt's comic solos were well rendered j
and very amusing.
C*pt. II. A Gailiard read a sclec- j
The above are a few of the partici-,
i pants. The last of the entertainments i
j will be held on Friday evening;, and!
?judging from the program prepared
j for the occasion it will be a most de-!
lightful one. The price of admission "
is only in cents.
are beginning to realize the full force
of tte tft'ect of the Evans law, and
they find it a fearfully difficult matter 1
to adapt themselves to the new order
of things. Soft drinks are the ouly i
ones available, as our local ix-salooni,
keepers are complying with the law
to the letter. Their placcs of busi- !
ness are open as usual, and though
"the Kent of the roses clings to them '
still." there i* nothing more sub-j
m ? ?- - II ...
;r.?Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
aosk into tin-: u<jroi: ui'sini-ns.
.Swuih * !:iro]in:t h:i> ?one into I he
jitjuor bit* iuos?, :iik! proposed lo inoJiwpul'z
ii. It only i<? bo
however, in those rountir* which j ctition
for i'. The (Jovernar has lafti
in a bijr stock, ami it will l>e sold in
bottles hearing the seal 01 the Srla'e.
It is said that ohc topei~ show a great
deai of indignation at this humiliation
01 uie great seai.
The above is an (\litoiial comment
from the New York Independent, one
of the bitterest of ihe northern Republican
sheet.-, 'i'liis relerenoe to
South Carolina is couched in unusually
wild language. Allusion by the Independent
to South Carolina is invariably
a display of what is intended tJ be
rarcafin of the tnos; withering kind.
< <)lol:ki) teaciikhs mket.
The Teachers' Association
held it.- r<? ;-lar meeting' at the rolored
schoel bui!di..g July 1. The interest
manifested by the members was very
encouraging. The program presented
showed a thorough preparation, and
was as follows:
School discipline?Prof. C. (r. (Jarre
Grammar?Miss M. K. Henderson
Promptness?Miss Maggie Strother
Necessity of teachers preparing to
meet their classes?Pew F. <i. Young.
Many practical suggestions were
thrown out in the discussion of
' 'school discipline.*" The program
being carried out she meeting; adjeurnel
to meet again on the third
Saturday in July :tl 12 o'clock.
THE c rops AT OAKLAND.
Oakland, S. C, July It).?'lho
farmers of ihi- >cct:on .m* in j;o<.d
spirits; ;i-r-y h:?v? iln-ir crops in irood
fix and mjuu- of thvm siic nca-ly
through lav iug by. Tlicv :ue waniiu^
rain. Cot'ou is Inokii.y well, and c ini
looks well in >oine place-, and with
gootl season* would laake :i fair crop.
Mr. Ella McXuiiy, of Columbia, i<
?: i: . ... jtrw?!?nfi
visum*; inanu." i*? ?uio .v...
There whs pieacliinir :?i Poplar
Church ye-tt-nlay by ttev. T. W. Mellichamp.
ilis icxt was fiom Prowr:>s,
A cabbage I'll! iroiu Mr. T. K. Smith's
garden the oil it- r day, alter beinjr lirui'y
trimmed and split iuea>u;ed ten inc!n.*s.
WEATIIEK AN d c lIOP liKTOKT.
Wali.aceviij.k, S. July 0.? We
have had very unfavorable weather
cluiing June for the growing ciops in
this stction <?t the County. Fo?' rain
and cloudy day- it s>(ati<l~ unparulellcMl.
We had at G a. m. 11 clear, lo c'oudy
and -4 partly cloudy mornings; at G
p. m. 10 clear, Id cloud ? and ;> partly
Grass made rapid grrowih, and from
repeated lain, want of ?o:k and mii.shiue
the la.-t working of early planted
corn wouid have greatly lessened the
yield had not a ?ood season of tain
coine on the 3rd inst. In th-i upper
section of the township I hear there
was no rain. Cotton, I think, is from
[en days to two weeks late, and on
sandy lands was greatly damaged.
The oats crop was medium, and very
little wheat planted. Gardens where
well worked tolerably good.
Dr. Glenn's faim near his re.-idence
sf both corn and cotton is the best I
have seen. The Doctor, from age and
want ofmeruy, gives only general
directions in us management. His
garden, which lie gives special attention,
looks widl wiih most of vegetables
ilie ram on mcoiu n:*.. saw
laborers holiday on t!ie 4th, which they
eerned to appreciate and enjoy naioh
better than exterminating the grass
from the growing crop. t. i*. y.
A MV.SICAL ENTERTAINMENT.
Watekee, S. C., July <>.?It was
my rare good fortune to be one among
a number invited from our neighborhood
to an entertainment given at the
White Oak Academy by a number of
White Oak's fairest flowers.
\lTi? loft /-ii-it- hftmos as liip enU in 1,1^
radiant glow was sinking into the
amber west. We hurried along the
broad road until we arrived at the
grand little academy. One minute in
front of the building (old us that their
work haa c?mtnenced. Through thu
wide epen door 10 our ear* lloated
the bird-like inu.?ic of Miss Mobley
and her instalment which refunded
so sweetly to her touch, Sin; seemed
to throw her veiy soul into h. r eHurts
to please h-jr delighted friends. At
the end of a few minutes the s-tioi:g
rich flute-like no:e> eeascd. We then
entered the hou*o and seated ourselves
amongst our many friend* 10 enjov
the remainder of the program. The
dialog lies anu recitai.ui:> wen- c.w.eu'Cil
with a >kill and biiliiaucy tJiat
were astonishing. A space ?t vimc
was <riven il'ter each recitation in
which the different ladies displayed
with adroitness their very appropriate
song which sdded wonderfully to the
pleasure of their surroundings.
The closing song was the sweet
strains of "Ilotue, S.veet Home/' by
the troupe, accompanied by the melodious
hiss voice ot Mr. '. lluey.
We were then dismissed, ami after
congratulating Ihc tic use 0:1 their
creditable acquittance, we departed
leaving Melissa ami L'ticie J.>$hiu at
their own s.vtet will. t.
Cuosuyvii.lk, S. July 8. ?We arc
having some vcrv dry w<a*her, which
I fear will damage the ildeorn. The
corn crop is not near so jiuuu us n v*ao
iast year, and cannot wish favorable
seasons make a good crop. The cut:on
crop is sinal-J for this season of t!ie
year, but almost all of it has been
worked out nicely and nv?y make an
The health of the c>>i&thnuity is tolerable,
but we ?!ccaii->!taily -ee our
highly ista-nicd and cflicient ph\ -kiun,
Dr. J. IJ, Coleman, ui:o-e lucrative
practice extends over a la;ge >cwpe <?f
country, and thi*s niccK-iiatts his
riding every day.
Miss Can is Lucas returned to her
I home this week. Iler rare accompiisl.'
t?en?.? and kind disposition have won
for her many friends in this section.
I We hope to Jiavo her in our midst
J again in the near lulurc.
i Wc Inarn that Mr. John W. JcUaies,
J cl" ihc l-'easlo'ville f-cction, left this
w eek for '/'leniton College, where lie
j jroes to matriculate in that institution.
! Mr. Jcflires is a former pupil of 1 Vols.
I I). 15. l>u?!>y and W. J. Keller, whose
j uii-thocis of teachii'g will aiil him aiatei
l ially in his collegiate course. May
I soccer attend his elloits.
j A number of our people attended
; the picnic on the 4th itist. at I he Crosby
1 Institute. Alt report a hu^e lime.
} We rejrietto chronicle the death of
i Mrs. Jemima Hoitpaw. which occurred
Ion the <Itli inst. Her remain* were
! iitlern'il in tiie l>ur\iuji grou.id at
j II. aver t 'ret k Church. We tender our
. j sympathies to the bereaved family, x.
|- Mrs. T. S. l.'awkins, Chullanooga,
j Tent)., sa\s: "Shiloh's Vitalize/'
I ;SA VED -?)* LIFE.'' I consider it the
: bast remedy for a debt lit iated system I
ever usedFor Dyspepsia, Liver or
ITM PI'IAA 7"
ivtiiiier iiuuuic ji i 1? *
ds. For sale at the Winnsboro Drug
IIidgkwav, S C., July 5.?The
j "Glorious Fourth" is numbered with
i the past. The Sunday Schools here
! united in having a big picnic. A
j beautiful grove, in which is located
| one among the many tine springs in
i Fairfield, known as the "Palmer
! Spring/' was selected. At an early
hour the crowd began to assemble and
in a short while the woods were tilled
with little, big, young and old. Eight
swings were put up, which the girls
and boys did not permit to remain
idle. About one o'clock dinner was
announced. The children under twelve
years of age were placed within the
square, where they could be waited
upon and oldei* persons occupied the j
outside of the tables, forming the
j square, so there was room enough and
! plenty to eat for all present.
! The inner-man being satisfied, the i
} young amused themselves in various j
j ways, and seeing them enjoy tlicm-!
j selves so much, of course afforded ihe
j older ones much pleasure. j
Your correspondent was much I
amused at and interested 111 a game !
called mumble de peg, entered into by I
j a few married gents and single ladies.
I Whether the leader of this game re-1
[ <! ni rod tlu? loser to make use of the nasal j
I I ?
appeudge to root up the peg or not the
writer knoweth not. The party certainly
seemed to enjoy the game.
Everything passed oil' very nicely indeed,
nothing to in n* the pleasure of
the occasion, excepting the falling out
of a swing of one of the little girls.
It came near being a serious accident,
but fortunately she had the presence
of mind to hold to the rope or she
would have struck a iree and it might
have proved a serious accident.
I 4.0U p. m. was the appointed hour
j for the base ball contest between tne
Centrcville and Kiilgewav teams, so
I the picnickers in a body repaired to
tlie ground to witness this content.
The superiority of the llidgcway team
was soon proven, the gatnu resulting
-IS for ltidgeway and 4 for Centreville.
&.We were pleased to have with us
Misses Ella Doty and Bessie Quattlebaum,
and Dr. Aiken and Mr. II.
Ferris, and regret that their sojourn at
Iiidgewav was so short.
Wc arc glad to he able to report the
prospect for a few hot sunshiny days
-' - ~ '1 fPlw*v nrAnlnrr nf
is now very j^uuu. nvniu^ v*.
the 3rd we liucl a very hard siiower of
ruin in and near ltidgeway. We understand
it extended only a short distance
lip the road, but south and east
of tliii place it was heavy.
Mr. Miles, -who lived below
here, in the CeiHreville section, breathed
his last Monday. This is the third
death in the Miles family lately?
mother, daughter, *on?and wc understand
another son is now quite ill with
typhoid fever. One by one we pass
away. x. y.
CLOSE OF A FLOURISHING SCHOOL.
IIorf.i:, S. UM June 29.?As the
sercial correspondents fi09a (his com
inanity are *0 far nilent 011 t he subject,
I will, for the present, assume the
functions c I' reporter, and give you,
a? Lest i can, an account ol the very
pleasant entertainment given by Miss
I Leila R. IJrowne, at the close of her
j school at Bethel, on the evening uf the
I ICt'i inst. The exercises commenced
at S.oO o'clock, and consisted of dialogue*,
recitation?, speeches ami
music. The manner in which each
scholar acqniited themselves reflects
gie.:t and deseivim; credit oil their
teacher, who has been untiring in her
efforts ':to teach ihe vouug how to
sheot ideas." The music, which was
furnished by Capt. A. P. Irby on ihe
violin and Mr. J. 1'. Brocks, in his
inimitable style, on the banjo, was an
attractive feature, and much appreciated
At the close of the exercises, Mr.
A. Y. Milling and ltev. M. W. Hook
addiessed the audience in behalf of
education, ami s,ave some good advice
to both patrons ai.d pupils. The
school-house being too small to accommodate
the laige attendance,
somewhat marred the enjovment of
the t'ccaeion, we beinir as one of the
speakers fitly termed it, -'like sardines
packed ill a box." Quite a
number could not get in tlie house.
The following is the program:
Welcome Address?George Ruff.
''.Strategy"?Ida Leitner, Bessie
Matthews, Martha Leitner, May
say that lie died through drink."
''Train to Maur<?"?Crosby Ruff,
Uussie Cauthen, Morsie Mann.
Recitation?Nannie Watt?"An old
14 Which had you rather be"?Bessie
Bookman, Willie Jone?, Agues Watt,
Nannie Mathews, Gallic Bookman,
Sailor Boy's Dream."
"Kalie Maloney's Philosophy"?
Lillie Cauthen, Sallie Ituft'.
"The Wonderful Scholar"?Watt
Mann, Lillie Ca-.then, Bessie Bookman.
"Writing aL.tter'- uertrnue vvair.
"Census Taker'?Willie Irby,
! Robbie Mann, Lillie Cautben. Cussie
Cautben, Sallie JlufT.
"Ciiv Dude and Fanner I>j\"?
Jas. White, George Rnft".
uMr. and Mrs. Santa Clauv"?
Morsic Mann and Nannie Watt.
Farewell Address?Robbie Mann-"Summer
Vacation." j. j. \v.
We desire to say to our citizens, that for
eyars %ve have been selling Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Dr King's
New Life Pills. Cucklen's Arnica Salve
ami Electric Hitters, and have i.ever handled
remedies thatseil as well, or that have
given such universal satisfaction. We do
not hesitale to guarantee mem every nine,
and we stand ready to refund the purchase
price, if satisfactory results do not follow
tiieir UiJt*. These remedies have won their
croat popularity purely on tiieir merits.
MeMasier S: Co., Druggists *
0!>KTO Til ? :<; I.N MI 1.1..
J At the State's biggin mill.
: Wis must hike our morning' swiil.
! Though it he :i bitter pill.
Ami don't suit us:
Let us how to Tillman's u i !.
;Le-s lie shoots us.
lis charms arc many, more '>r less.
Holy, righteous, I must confess
Since its ellbris to suppress
The sale of liquor.
, Simon pure ami standard tc?t.
S )ine l'oiks will "lliuker
I We will l'cei. no doubt qu'tr meny.
i Drinking llourbou and old Sherry.
I 1 Jut we'll not. meet ' Tom ami .It-cry"
At tIu; mill,
I So. will cro>s o'er 1 Ik* iVrry
And gel our till.
TliC prim; of is llirot', I]?*.*y
The \V. (J. T. I'/SM going to pray.
The right* oT the people you must, betray,
If you lie
Old Bacchus the bills will pay.
lire and bye.
Fifteen is quite cheap for beer.
Equal rights will get her share.
Though our pockets be threadbare.
We must drink ii;
Don't say we do not like the fare,
Xor even think it.
Forever in rhyme we'll flourish,
;Tis "Sweet lieform" that we cherish,
We ran never die or perish
If we ciing
With obedience to him wln/.s i;i-huilish,"
And crown him King.
Died in Winnsboro on the Mlh of
June, at the residence of T. W.
llobertson, Mrs. Carolina A. Neil, in
I the sixty-eight year of her age.
Every effort was made by the nttendI
inff nhvsician and sorrowing friends
I who stood around her. anxiously
watching for something that would
indicate an ultimate restoration to
usual health; but it was of no avail,
the time had come for her to enter
into that eternal rest, and be with her
Saviour in celestial bliss.
The deceased was endowed with
rare and noble qualities and many
: Christian virtues. (J if ted by her
! Maker with a splendid mind, and posI
ca^^a/1 r> moiw vnita n-f /" Iimivu*
ter, she endeared herself to all friends
and companions around her. She il[
lustratcd by her devotion to truth and
piety a beautiful life, and left after
! her an unblemished reco. ;1. The
golden rule was strictly adhered to by
her in the great drama of life. She
always exhibited great endurance
under the most trying circumstances.
Though lingering for months 011 a bed
of sickness and suffering, not a murmer
was uttered, but all was borne
with perfect Christian resignation.
She passed calmly and peacefully
away into the arms of her Saviour
into that rest that remains for the
blessed; leaving four daughters and
two sisters and many friends to mourn
her loss. a ruiKXi).
Death has again visited our quiet
little town, and removed from our
midst our beloved friend and brother,
Mr. John "\V. liobinson.
Brother Iiobinson, more familiarly
known as ' 'Uncle Johnnie," died at
the home of his nephew, Mr. 11. C.
Martin, in Star City, Arkansas,
May 11, 1S93. He was born in Fairfield
County,.S. C., Dec.-21, 1822, and,
consequently, -was in the seventy-first
year of his age at the time of his death.
Shortly after the close of the civil
war, he removed to Lincoln County,
Ark., where he lived up to the time of
his death. ]Ic was a man of sterling
worth to the community in which he
lived, an honest, honorable, upright
citizen. A kinder, more generous,
and inagnanimous heart never animated
the bosom of any one. Ilis
friends and neighbors say that he
would gladly and cheerfully deprive
himself to accommodate those in need.
His whole demeanor was marked with j
dignity and propriety. His friendships
were most sincere, and he professed
no regard that he did not feel,
and uniform integrity and uprightness
of conduct marked his career, and
rendered .him almost irreproachable
He professed faith in Christ when a
young man, and united with the Presbyterian
Church, in which he lived a
devoted member until his death. He
loved his church and rejoiced in her
prosperity. Ilis patient submission
during about fifteen days of intense
suffering, caused by that dreadful disease,
swamp fever, and his unswerving
confidence to the end in the atonement
of Christ, marked him as one in
whom the spirit of the Master dwelt;
but this blooming flower has been;
transplanted to the paradise of God. j
Brother Robinson was a courageous I
and faithful soldier, serving in the
late war in the Gth or 12th regiment
of S. C. Volunteers. lie was twice
married in life, bath of his companions
having outstripped him in their journey
to the skies, and long since joined
the sweet society of saints and angels
in the pure land of celcs'.ial joy.
lie leaves but one child, an only
son, to mourn the loss of a dear, devoted
father; but he has a host of
friends and a number of relatives who
mingle bitter te.r> with those of an
"* ' ' ..n
' L UClf juiitiiiii; .i.-? .ui iimbu v., |
kind father could be; :i true and devoted"
husband, a generous and be-1
nevolent neighbor, and a true and |
loyal citizen. We mourn, but not as j
those who have no hope. May that j
only son strive to meet his father in
the heavenly land of pure delight.
"Dearest brother, thou hast left us here, j
Thy loss we deeply feel,
But 'tis God that hath bereft us,
lie can all our sorrows heal.
l'et apaln we hope to meet thee,
When life's day is lied,
In heavi n again"to greet thee,
Wlere no fore well tears are shed."
A Kiti F.N
Star City. Aik., July 4,
A Million Frlemls^.-??
A friend in need is a friend indeed, and
not less than one nrillion people have
found just such a friend in Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs, and
Colds.?If you have never used tliis Great
Cough Medicine, one trial will convince
you that it has wonderful curative powers
In ail diseases of Throat, Chest and Lungs.
Eacli bottle is guaranteed to do all that is
claimed orjmoney will be refunded. Tiia!
bottles free at McMaster & Co.'s drugstore.
r * -n- ei an
juanje unities juu. ?mu
WOOD'S 7 PIIOSPIIODIXE,
The Great English Kemedy.
iii*? jgShBfa Promptly and permanentjpwkhwqh
It cures all form3 of Xervous
^ Emission*, Sperm^^5
eVBt tS otorrhea. Im.potencyc.nd all
wSH iX Wi" 'S' *V ?JT?c's o/ Xb-iae or Exce&sct.
ZAr CjBkc 6zJ Bc^ proscribed orcr 35
V_'~7 'ffl' years In thousands of cases;
^8a\^t~ ^wL\Sbw? is tilc on?y Reliable and SonffTiilPWhW^
Tilth "f Medicine known. Ask
pcrfw '^babyinwflgJniggist for wood's PdosBefare
and After phodijte; If ha offers some
* ^orttiiegs medicine In place
of this, leave bis dishonest store, inclose price la
letter, and we will send by return mall. Price, ono
package. $1; six, $5. One tcill please, six tci'U cure.
Pamphlet In plain sealed envelope, 2 stamps,
k Address, THB WOOD CHEMICAL CO..
13J woodward avenue, Detroit, ilicln
: rrrc* m ? "?-n.-?Ti--i^-ha-'rT~ssc*aacs
Tma r,P7iT rnrr.TT Ct-re nromntlv mr&s
where all others fail. Coughs, Croup. Sore \
: Throat, Hoarseness, Whooping Cough and
Asthma. For Consumption it n2S no rival:
! has cured thousands, and will CURE YOU if
I taken in time. Sold by Druggists on a guar!
antee. For a Lame Back or Chest, usa
SHILOH'S BELLADONNA PLASTEKJ5C.
ifavc you catarrh ? This remedy is guaran- I
I tccd to cure you. Price, OOcts. Injector free. \
i Fur s:;!e at 11:Wijssi.s'joro I)ni2 Storo.
WHIM an'; '^pium EabltS |
OSs^ii Fr b oiitj'iin.Ilookefparii
BacsgBggasasP. v woor.i.KY v v,. j
Atlanta, Cn. Cnioc '.'Jl J- Whitehall St. ;
j "J^os: SL'UVKYINT., TERi.WClXr,, |
! X J.? vt-Iiiijr, Drawing. Kt'*..
T. M. iiOULWAKE,
7-sf> i , Woodward, S. ('.
j "VIUTKJK is l.creby then that the un-.
l jL\ dersiirned have ti.is day formed *i ,
i special partnership for the piaeti;c of law
at Kidgeway, S. C., under tla: llrm u.Mne
i of McDonald, Do'.ijila^s, Obear oc Mcarcs.
j Tlu' linn wiil alve its attention to business
; in both State ami Fedora! Courts.
I The olii'-e ;it Hi.leeway will be under :
! tlu> cluir^i.' uf K. A. MeJliv? Esq
J. K. i.cDOXALi), '
A. DOUGLASS, ;
II. X. OI5KAK,
Wimisl?):o. S. .July 7, IS!);!. 7?sif :
jlmisi ueliBge DAVIDSON,
? . i
i itufi v-skv: XTii vkai: i;i:ci\\s
; V SEi'TKM!iK!i H, ]?W.
| Ten (in) l'.ulV.-soss a'.itl Instnictors.
All tlie usual branches taught.
Jll-iinr .'!Hl S is!or SlMilirS KltVliw. ;
t Ii iiii<*alml I'liys'cal 1 ::!>. ratori--;. j
I ":'rl 1:1 iifa.-OM.l'.ili'.
1'ioii 1 lil ;
f '< ::u::ii!iity Kxcvilcnt. !
Trarliinj; Thmvtfjjli. ;
j Uvni nasties, (James Aquatic .Sporis, i
Social Cultunv ami Vnr*;:! M:i>ic invivc .
t duo attention
V. M. <J. A unsurpassed.
Send I'l-i' Catalogue
I). -.nEARElt, :
T-sfxtiiOcll 1'resident, j
MASO N *s |
: FRUIT - JAFwS,|
SELL TlIKMCIi KAlH
COME AND SEE US BE-j
FORE VOU BUY.
W. E. Doty & Co. [
> A Picnic -1
" On a Farm '
^ In a sequestered, \vocded spot, by u
i a cooling stream?a very pleasant <
contemplation this fcr city folk.
y They wonder v:hy it is that the i *
A farmer does not more frequently go A ;
T picknicking?why lie dees not get !
Y more enjoyment out of life. They * ^ j
X do not realize tint me now-a-uays i
farmer finds enjovment in his work. T i
| The I ;
^ McCorrnick ?
]' Machine of Steel i j
is one of the modern plcasure-ir.vit- 1 J
* > ing acquisitions of the farmer. y ;
A It is such n handy machine and < k j
so reliable in its performances that j
< the old-time dread cf harvest is y i
j. done away with. The makers of ^
the McCorrnick get many of their
| O ideas from the farmers and crystal- 4 j
lize them into practical working |1 j
Y mechanisms. |jj j
Y Vou can O. K. the hints .you get ^J !
from the practical farmers?perhaps i i !
that's why the practical farmers Yl |
<> O. K. the "Machine of Steel"? -4 j
it's made to meet their needs. 2 j
The McCormiclc Catalogue is invalu- 7
j y able to the inquirer after improved har- A
vesting machinery. Y
< McCormick Harvesting machine Co. 4
^ CHICAGO. I' A
i o F. MASTEiUgLWinnsboro, s. c |
! ffllin ill Svirjnhnnn TTntn!!
jliiti fTililiSUUlU nuiGU
j LIVKRY STAKftgS. !
I -ivr NOV." PREPARED
to far11i. =!l the transient and
public at I:ir^rc with any sort
of turnout they may require,
t roHl :i
| tod Cart to a j
j Oil JI uOW IlllCj,,
Stables lu*o doors north of
"Winusboro lloti-l. Your pat
routine is re-pec'fully solicited.
I J. D. ^IcCAKLEY & CO.
| Children Cry for Pitcher's Cast(m|
TI11C SPRING OI
uI I ?
Best (Jnalily aM
/lOMMAXDKI) by GKNKKAL I?I * 1: AI; i.
\ i billed iutu inic army am! is ]? -u 1 in ? *
>li:n p-sliiiutt vs of competition. i"I?* 1 ?u?ri<i>j?rt;un-?
G?> in your carriages. (ist \?.-i
your tfi-t. < io any way, so you get
In this Grand Army is of varied material, a
Look at the beautiful Buttons; they are brig
and please the eye. Observe the Trimmings
in all colors - everything in Trimmings for l
Tiiese nouie (.-ieneials lake care of the 1
marching cannot be dune wilhont the easies!
and Siiocs. Everything has been providet
on t%? victory. .Make the camping groul
ask to >i*o everything and make a thorough i
lias charge of a department near at hand,
continuously dispensing to all visitors such il
tasv. En oarage him by frequent calls.
Is an outpost, and is skir.i.ishing lively. Its
the right wing, (lo and see tliein.
MY STOCK OF SPRI
DRY 0OOBS, NOTIONS,
1 X ASKING A SHA1IE OF YOUR
jl (hiceuicnts to offer. In the first pine
A NEW AND J< >3
Xo ohl carried over from vear
My sto:k has been purchased for cat
prepared to supply the demands of this 1
When you want anything in this lint
50 Dozen Initial Handkerchiefs at 5c
' DON'T ITS
UNTIL YO-SJ HI
WE ARE SELLING 'I
Wheeler and In Input
V>"?; seli the'*', for cisli, on ihcinstalir
As we want everybody to have a WHI
trade for jour old machine. Or if you 1
one that makes as much fuss as a steam e
In fact our advico to you is:
Trade that sewing u
For "Wheeler & Wils
T. H. KETC
TT A Wf\ ? H
7zn n A 4-1 OH fi<"> WlnfA TiAJlll.
?J\J iUOl -.JLC iUULiV If A-kA MW.V.. j ^
100 gallons pure Ready-Mixed
100 gallons Linseed Oil.
50 gallons Turpentine.
300 lbs. Graining and Mixed
. ? i
Colors. v .
1 barrel Venetian "Red."
1 barrel Epsom Salts.
5 gross Mason's Fruit Jars.
And a full line of pure Drugs
Give us a call and we will save 1
YY tuusy^wiy wvvi?> j
Fov Summer Use:
11 .- >.. in
Household Ammonia :
Powdered Dorax. .;
Moth Wax. !
-ALSO ' |;
' Universal Clothesfbn*! Glove Cleaner," <
for removing^"oil a:ul grease from glove?, !
sii'cij'tmfl ail woolen fabrics. For sale bv
W. K. AIKEN". * <
f n---ni-v^imi?^. -<
mi>i?CJiiL'.H i .ran
LK IS RAGING.
K <;ENK1:AL l,?:\v 1'RjC'E, lias com
?!!?y ;iilt*r volley of miiinie l>a Id into the
is fur tlie people ami is one of great iinn
s. (ioju j our \va?jj lis. (it> 01
MATERIAL " ?
.nd is beautiful and inspiring to behold
lit and shiny, and just the thing to dazzle
>?(iiraps, Silks, Laces, JIamb?rg Edging,
ordering, circling, putting, etc.
eet; they are fully convinced that good
; and best; material. Look at our Hosiery
I for that stylish decoration, which will
lid of this gra'ud army your headquarters,
filled with suitable fresh material, and is
lelieacies as will satisfy the most delicate
5 STOKE 4
managers aity well and are bringing np
. BEATY & BRO.
' L JLLf_UN .LJ.M VX.
NG GOODS IS COMSI
OLGTMG &-8H0E8, i
PATRONAGE I HAVE MANY INIPLETE
to year, and each season sold ont *8
>!i anil selected with care, and 1 am
; give me a c:'ll before buying. ^1
2All FROM US.
ling Machine oil Eartl,
lent plan, or on time until next fall.
lELER & WILSON No. 9, we will
live a new one that is so heavy, or
ngine, let us know and we will trade . ^
i _ p n _
aacnme 01 mine
;on Xo. 9.
IBS 10WEB STOBB.
Have you visited desportesLower
Store? If not you Lave done
yourself (and your purse) an injustice.
He sells everything to be found in a strictly
first class grocery.
Finest Canvassed Hams and Breakfast
armour's canned meats, sucli as
Potted Ham, . .. ?Choice
Imported Sardinc-s. .
CANNED FRULT: '
Van Horten's Cocoa and Chocolate,
ill ways fresk.
Pure Leaf Eard.
Igleheart's "Swan's Down" Flour.
Fresh Meal and Grits.
Best X. O. Syrup.
Thurber's 41 Coffee. The best to be
bought for the money.
Ci7ft us a call.
CAMPBELL W. MADDEN,
B J. QUATTLEBAUM, D. 1> 8.
DR. DAVID A IKEA of-G@
fers his professional scr-(j_?rp?9*^
ricest? thecitizensof theTown f ?
iiui County. A share of publicpatroDape
^"Office. No 9 Washington Street, two
ioors west of post office. ft-25*i j |