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LOCA L INTELLIGENOE.,
TUIdBIDAVa. December o S I 1888.
o Ow Advertlsementa.
Xmas Goods-J. u. Cummings.
Holiday Gifts -MoMaster, Brico &
-There is every indication of a very
quiet Christmas in Winnsboro.
-Thle bill to repeal the Lien Law
was killed in the Senate on Tuesday.
-Mr. Connor's now st6re will be
ready for occupancy in about two
-Dr. Salvo's colored minstrels coii
tite their open-air concerts on the
-Every good man ought to feel it
his duty to pay for his paper before
-The sotth-bound tral c again
runieng very irregulaerly-rarely arrl
Ing oi shesdule tileJ.
--Ti e Rev. A. H. Lester has been
appoited to take carge on the etro
dist Church at tis place eext year.e
-rd Tuesday's paper we reported
Rpresentative Mobokih's vo o
thle new railroad bill Improperly. IHej
voted for tee bill.
-Every teacher I thee county who
intends to apply for- a certificate should '
attend tle Institute on te 2nd Jati
ary), to prepare for (lhe exatninalin onl
thle followifig day. 1
--We oitted to mntion the intro
duction, by Mr. McMater, of a bill
to repeal thle Act organizinig School4
District No. 16. We have not yet
heard what was the fate of the bill.
-All parties who bonghet guanos
from11 Is mnust eF~cltle onl Or before fiheI
1st of November, or they wi lose the
cotton option and will have to pay te
face of their notes i monev.
-er 27Ut 1. J. McCARLEY & CO.
-We were mlistakell in saing that I
the bill introduced by Represontative
McMaster, to levy a licelse-tax on
dlogs, was killed. Oil the contrary,
there is every probability that it will
become ait law. We hope so.
-Messis. I. J. Mcarlev &l Co. are
precpaired 'to buy or sell Future Conl
tracts for any Parties wishi n to oper
loe i this line. All business coniklen
tial. We receive pree dispatches four
tlimes a day and will keep) our customn-I
ers posted. Oct 16-t*
GONE To AtuKANsAs.-Mr1. . A. P.
Miller, with his fanily, lefton Monday,
the 17th inst., for Arkansas. Ile will
ro at first to Little Rock, where lie will
leave his fui, and th look about
for a placwe hte iay perancietly
fullsboro, he hs pen his ho.
liate. Me and wills depue wal e
fl iestHe h i lays susta A Ii irened
ath eies chere.cteri frerol ia fae
ofgrldyrandmhs a lcoys shin his
ilalifngneslomiscgto e1.C ev duty
ncdts to mk his homieshi. the ai
foretwo suer siet thspwrdin of
the ton yerWi ie otrust hetmy atev.
ful Mces pratisedw ime.s
.. PERSON L.-ohnH.yearso e n dEsq.,
hos taheremadbar uan inwnds lie
Wednesayer ofn rinar bilits.
The Je.Che E. Mcnald, of oga n
Mecker oruntys, are C.,istin
Chimas onery cogrtulates itfid
ang reacount seeat Thee fmila face
olsd friends' taeic wendm i trt
IA.e M.i Mackey, E. contr roadsef
athinglac on Wedna ' to ntorthe-bourd
ofrits oo Wamengo, may mCv le ic
pned to make hno hoe.a h aia
for'.some monyhsane wind proabily
Mrtl pmaenolyman this sptringso
aMid Macke pactied Clowin tonhose
brcnl biltenyear r. ore and Robrng
h sis.a eemd ayfins ~
arrawed, ofi the oringy ablty.
Succes ist., him in his newV om an,
S EqMr. Jac. obins oei, of r ir-n
fiedsi the Misser. okao
-Thama buremonrtlatgest otef Mr.
Thhegs"Lqo E oriame", hic
Thjtaveha been liigteonaty, thad
radiatinfom throug twith ad the jr
oof tgoo enan, maitow benre
-Mr Henry wcans crwdd famidy
hav h cove ofttimeest i'geld aondy
Mr.~ Mapciatieadtoics moter'as
and Mr. Robg. h.one ami liel hous
thecap tohriseantohe nEr
--aie n thaseamerntino the
12tho inthe eveni. r. ..lmar
Esq. apre Jaco the Colmn of Fa'er
King o Corith, M. J. . lia.aha.
as JAson, the Hero of the Golden'
Fleece, and Mr. 0. Y. Owings as
Orpiheus, the Poet and Seer. Atmong
the female characters, Miss Gusse1
Aiken impersonated Medea, the Hero
Ine, Miss Sarah Wolfe appearing as
Crousa and Miss Sallie Gladden as
A short but sad and touching trag
ody it was, and from the eomont of
its commencement till the curtain fell
upon the last soe the appreciativo
atnd cultured audience looked and lis
tened in symipatily with the amateur
actors and applaudCd to the cohto the
tritmphs of the ovening.
The stately dignity of tile royal
King, .the flery hate and indignant
scorn of the lordly Jason, tie solenin
taid oracular utterances of the Seer
and Poet, the fervid and eloquent
speeches of the forsaken Medca, 'aid
the simple nid confiding love of the
innocent Crousa were all adiitably
'enidered, doing .justico alike to the
players and to the bdautiful drama they
'epresented. The rendition of a trag
dy in Wiinsboro by an amatenr club
vas an experiment corcerning which
:here were many misgivings, but the
,osults of Thuesday evening have
lenionst rated the fact 'that there is in
>ur town dramatic talent of no mean
Part second of tihe program consisted
f a song and nusic--"Howard's Baby
song"-and a well selected piece by
hn WInnlsboro Cornet Band. The
nusic was an important feature of ithe
Oceasion, and many icrited comipli
nents were paid the nuicians in the
sourse of the evening.
Third anild last, but iot least, camte
lie comedy, and fittingly and appro
>riately did it conclude the dramatic
bstivities of the 18th inst. Mister
?oppleton, the baby nurse, and the
musband hunters certainly. adapted
hemselves to the situation, and the
>erformance upon the whole was made
Lmnusing and entertaining throughout.
'ito gross receipts at the door amount
d to seventy-eight dollars, and A con
iderablo portion of this will be for
varded to Mrs. Pickens, the Vice
legeit of .he State,' fur the benefit of
he South Carolina room at Mount
After the performance was over, the
'onng ladies and aentlemon romainod
n the hall and participated in a dance.
)ur congratulations to the atnateur
ragedians and comedians.
Tiup ToncIu IN WILLIAMS3URIG.-The
tore of Mr. IB. Wallace Jones, five
niles below Grahais, on the North
astern 11Railroad, was burned on the
ligiht of the 16th. The fire was the
rork of an incendiary. The loss is
stimnated at $1,000. No insurance.
Phe dwelling tiad other outbuildings
N ine-tenths of the pleI of the Unitedl
tates stuffer wvIth ut-yspep~sia, and what are
ts many causes. 110ot food, htasty' eating,
ntempiheraance, had air', lack of exerblse; ex
essive use of tea, coffee or tobacco, anud
nything tha t prevents the regular aetion
f1 thet stomach wi'll produtce It. Its symip
muns are headlache, flataulency loss of en
rgy, feti breiath, melancehoiy. Its cure,
formia n's Neutrialiig Uord ia. *
NTICE LOT OF H-OLIDAY
3IFTS - TO BE OPENED
"I?"O-DAV u O-DA~
O -DA 0 -DA
PRESENTS of all KINDS!
These goods have just been
-cecivedl and will be openedI
Nice se'lection, large assort
ment, BOTTOM PRICES.
EM~AS GOOI)S 1
JITItoN, PIG'S FEET.
IRAISINS, FIFTVEEN CENTS.
BUCK wHEAT F1.OURt
NEW OIIJLEANS M'OLASSES.
IIAMS AND MAOKEREL--GooD AND (tHEAP.
t FULh LINE 0OF COOKING AND) HEATINGh
WAGON MA'$'ERIIAL AND AGRICULTURAL
IbiPLEMEtNTS. TRY TUE
I have a row boxes Tobacco that I
willh job cheap.- I wish to cut down to
a few styles only,
J. H. -CUMMTNGSL
Nov is the TIM
To buy goods cheap and to all who ar
needing them we would say that if 1
will give us a eall we will prove 'this eC
CALDWELL & LAUDERDALE.
We have just recelved a fresh stock o
Prints, Crotons bleached and unbleachei
Domestles anId Sleetings, Canton Flannels
&c., which are being marked low. Comi
CALDWELL & LAUDERDALE.
We have a nice line of )rcss Goods o
different kinds, Including the best Cash
meres. Look at them.
CALDWELL & LAUI)ERDALE.
We have a large lot of Cloaks and Jack
ets, a great niny of which we will sell a
cost. Also a splendid lot of Blankets ant
Shawls, both common and best quality
They are very cheap.
CALDWELL & LAUDERiDALE.
Our stock of Silk Ilandkerchiefs, Gloves,
Collars and Collarettes, and i Job lot ol
fine Hosiery that we have in all colors and
sizes, will pay to examine. Come and see
CALDWILL & LAUDERDALIE.
We ask a special look at Dr. Wanrner's
Celebrated Corsets. Our Cora line, Nursing,
Lon Waist, are the best and a guarantee
for sIx mnontlhs given with every one.
CALDWELL & LAUDERCDAJLlE.
We ask ani inspction of our stock of
Clothing, all styles, which we are certain
are extremely low in price, from common
to best quality.
CALDWELL. & L.AUDERtDALE.
Common Wool Hats, all styles, best Felt
and Nobby Styles, also best quality of
Still Hats, to suit everybody's aste and
CALVDWELL & LAUDERDALE.
We are continually receiving fresh lots
Af Boots and Shoes, and our stock I. al
ways full, made up by the best ianufac
turers, and every pair guaranteed to give
satisfaction. Best goods for the least pos
CALDVELL & LAUDElRDALE.
We have just received a large stock of
the best Ironstone Crockery. Also a lot of
Glassware, whiclh will surely please you.
CALDWELI, & LAUDElDALE.
By a look into our Grocery Departinent
you will find Fresh Buckwieat, the best
Lheese and Macaroni, Jumbo Hams and
many other good things. Come and see.
CALDWELL & LAUDERDALE.
We have too large and varied a stock to
Lnumierate, but if you Will conie and see
as you will find a great deal to attract,
mnong other things our Now Carpet Ex
hibitor, where you can see a beautiful
stock of Carpets in a very few minutes;
which, like the rest of our goods, are sold
at very close prices. Give us a call.
CALDWELL 4t LAUDERDALE.
While we hamve some good ,suit~s at $7.50
$9, $10 and $12, the vamriety at $13.50t ami
$15 is nmuich greater, anmd embraces mnany
very dlesirablle anmd handtsome mixtures, cuti
both in walking coats anid sacks. T1here li
no0 discounit on the wool-it's thme genuLine
article. TJhe, garments are of stylish shlaples,
sewved with slik, wecll miade and nicely
trimmied. D~o you cpntenmplate buyinga
sitilt soon'? If so, you should see these
wvheni coming to Colutubia. If there is
anything undter the sun inm Fall and Win
ter applarel that you require you eani find it
in our stack.
T1o the lathes of Winnisboro wve wish to
announce that we have the largest stock of
Bloys' Clothinig in Columbia. Boys' school
intl dress suits; also a hanidsonme line of
K~lts for thet little ones, andt made and
rl nmed In the latest styles. Wec also
guarantee a perfect lit. AllI orders senit to
miy address willl receive p~romplt attention,
and If they do uiot suit or lit, you can re
turn themi by payinig hal f exp~ress.
M. L. KIlNARD).
AT TEN TION
Patent Process Buckwheat Flour, Choice,
Fancy and Patenit Family Flour, Lonudon
Layer liaisins, Cream Cheese, PIneapple
Cheese, Imiported Macaroni, Imported
Pickles amid Sauce, Imported and Domestle
Sardintes, Salmnon, Mackerel, Cox's Gola
tinme, Powdered and Cut-Loaf Sugar, Grat
etd anid'Sliced Pineapple, Okra and Toma
toes, Pears, Peaches, Tomatoes, Succotash
and many other goods in that line. Ini
is full of FRFBh! STLOCK of thme very best
I have a large stock of heavy BOOTS
anti SIOES for women and men, that
mst be sol by January 1st, regardless of
profit. Also heavy goods for pants andc
coats. Price nio object. I want money.
ALL FOR CASH ON THlE SPOT.
R. M. RURY.
CoeI and see the larg%t and iest s4
lected. stook 'Millinery, Cotisisting <
'I'rinned Pattern I lfts lnd Hloumet9 jui
trinmned goods, Velvets, Satins, Ili11om
FlIo wers, Tips, P1 nines, Iirds and Featl
ON, all colors, Crapes, Illusions, Black an
A hito Laces, Love, Crapo, Veils, Barog
Tissue aid Panrisienne Velling, Hl|
Switches from 75 cents up, Curls, Bangt
Croquetries for the hair, Crepe, Lsle an,
othe rliuchin gs for tie neck, Fichus, Col
larettes'and Ties, and all kiuds of, Fane
J. 0. h OAG'S.
A full stock of Ladies' and Misses
Hosiery. Berlin, Lisle, Silk and Ku
Gloves, all colors anid new syles. An as
sortmnent of Ladles' and Misses' colore
and white Corsets, all sizes. 100j> Skirts
Dress Shields and Pailpitators. I andkor
chiefs in variety, from Cotton to Silk. Sill
F'rnges, Passenennterie 'l'rienining, Volvo
Ribbons, Bralds and other Dress Trim
Inings. Buttons -in great va-tiety, stylej
and prices, at
J. 0. RJOAG'S.
A full stock of Notions of all kinds
Ladies' Linen and ILace Collars, Zophyrs
Saxony, Berlin and Shetlacind 11(d. hJill
dren's Zeihyr Hoods and Sac(ies, Shawl
and Boulevard Skirts, at .
J. 0. 13OAG'S.
All kindsof White Goods, White Lae
and Muslin Curtains, Cretonnes, &e., &C
Also a full an11d coiplete linc of Dres,
Goods, of various abiles, styles atil(
prices, from CalIcoes, Worsted, Csiashmeres
Silks and Satins-you can fin1d anything yot
want in that line and at any price. 'Tesm
goods we are determined to sell cheap and
Our stock of Shoes of all k'inds will b(
sold at and below COST, as well is hcav3
plice goods for MIen's wear, -and othe1
goods that we do not Intend kee' ig afte1
present stock of same is sold. We meal
what we say.
J. 0. BOAG.
FIFTEEN n.ore of the
NEW HIGH ARM DAVIS MACHINES
The best Machine on tbi market, an
gives perfect satisfaction in every partieu
har, and a general favorite Withe . ladiec
Every Machine WAR RANTED In ever
particular. No family should. bo withon
one. Send order or come all and buy one
J. 0. BOAG.
A lot of BUGGIES and HARNESS
WAIT FOR THEM.
J. 0. BOAG.
WHAT IS THIS!
Asthma, 0l1g ans'
or hot, whooping
T oareness' C ough,
In the Chest, Shoriness
Indigestion, of Breath,
Dyspepsia, - ^" ^*
13REWER'S LUNG RESTORER
ientirely vegetable, and we
challenge the world to produce any.
thing equal to it for all Throat and
$1.00Per Bottleo ,
LAMAR,.RANKIN & LAMAR,
MAoH, ATLANTA & AL.BANY, OA
01F ALL KIND)S FOR SALE BY
J. F. McMASTER 4 CO
BA LL HIAND) COTT"ION PRESS.
LITTLEj GIANT HYDRAULIC PRESS
CHAIN AND ROTAhY HARROWS.
OLD HICKORY WAGONS.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR THlE
CJORTLAND WAGON COMPANY
PLATF~ORM SPRING WAGONS,
Give us a call, and we wvIll sell you wha
you wa't CHEAP.
J. F. AfcMASTER &o CO.
-Bay State Shoe Soles secured by te
grenuine McKaY Screw. J. M. IBEATY
TH IS MORNING AT NINE O'CI
on the market at a regular sacrifice.
WE NEED MONEY and MUST H
to get goods at prices only ofiered by
Ths has been the prediction of sow
the conclusion that they were better I
ALL PARTIES INDEBTED TO
IT STAlNDS a
AND FEED STABLES
HORSES, MARES, MULES, PONIES
Just arrived, on Saturday, the 9th Inst,
from Glasgow, Kentucky, two ear-loads c
ilne diriving and riding,
HOllSES AND MARES,
andi a~ lot of line mules. In the lot a fe
superb sadldle3 and barness PONIES, al
well broke, sound and gentle, all of wvhlel
I will sell low for cash, or on time iunti
next fall for applrovedi paper, or I wvill taka
old fat stock in exchange or poor youni
mules or mares.
You will do well to call and see my stocl
before purchasing elsewhere.
WVinnsboro, S. C., Nov. 12, Is8a.
Now that the cotton is about all ginned
1mud farmers are not as busy as they will
be in the spring, we suggest that theyh
bring in their gins to be repaired in ordet
to avoid hurry and dIsappointment whei
they (10 need theam.
We throwv this out as a suggestion, and
you umust bimne yourselves If you don'
get your gin when you want It.
T. IV.]ML TI.I OT T
THE UND)EIISIGNED ARE PREPARI
ed to furnish estimates and to do all kindi
House Buuildinag and Carpentei
All wvork entrusted to us will hav<
PROMPT. .ATTENTION. Satisfactoi
W. A. ROMED)Y,
Oct 25-t xtf W. Hi. SMITII.
A. F~ULL supply of the above Oil, Pill
One hundired pounds of the Best Blue
stone. For sale by
W. E. AIKEN.
DY virtue of an execution to me dlirected
Iwill offer for sale before thme Cour
House dloor in Winnsboro, South Carolina
FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY
next, wilthin the legal hours of sale, to tha
hIghest bIdder, fo~r CASH, thme following
describetd property, to wIt:
All that piece, parcel or tract of land
lyig, eig ad ltutein the County e
IJ alriield and tate of South Carolina, cori
TWO HIUNDRUED AND FIVE ACORE6
More or ltess, whIch C. D. Ford dovisedi t
Elijah Jones for life. with remainder to A
F. Peay. and being tract "0" on a genmera
plat of lands of (.' D. Ford, deceased
made by W. 13. ElkIt, Surveyor, on thm
13th of June, 1872.
F. Pay t te sut o W.H. err, a
Clerk, agaisspA th F~ . PeJAan other
Shmerlff's Of ee181F'c
mDecemnber 106h,- 18~4),.
00K I WILL THROW THIS STOOK
[AVE IT. Now, If ever, Is your time
o of our competitors. We have come to
nformed thai we thought they were.
US WILL PLEASE SETTLE AT
T THE HEAD.
That it Is the acknowledged Leader in
the Trade Is a fact that cannot be dis.
MANY IMITATE IT-NONE EQUAL IT
The Largest Armed
The Lightest Itunnin,
The most Beautiful Woodwork.
AND IT IS WARRANTED
To be made of the best material.
To (to any and all kinds of work.
To be complete in every respect.
For Male by
J. M. BEATY & CO,,
Winnsboro, S. C.
Agentr wanted in unoccupied territo.
OMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,
2P Richmond, Virginia.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.,
OFFER EXTRAORDINARY IN
DUCEMENTS TO PEOPLE WHO
ARE DOING THEIR TRADING BY
OUR MAIL ORDER DEPART
SME~NT IS SO ARRANGED THAT
~j"SHOPPING" BY MAIL 18 RIEN
DERED EASIER AND IS OFTEN
C MORE SATISFACTORILY DONE
T HAN IN PERSON.
LETTERS OF INQUIRY ARE
PROMPTLY RESPONDED TO.
SAMPLES SENT AND ESTIMATE8
GIVEN. WE GUARANTEE SAT
AGES FORlOVER TEN DOLLARS
IN AMOUNT, FREE OF EXPRESS
OR MAIL CHARGES.
WE KEEP EVERYTHING THAT
IS NEEDED TO CLOTHE MEN.
YOUTHS AND BOYS, LADIES,
MISSES AND CHIILDRIEN, IN
CLUDING A COMPLETE LINE OF
LADIES' AND MISSES' UNDER
WEAR, AND HAVE THlE BEST
DRES9SMAKING ESTABLISHIMENT IN
SEND US A TRIAL ORDER.
WITTKowsKY * DAUUVen.
A U o a4.6 sa .,Adyw th e
Prie *.an d ow . pr otle
s o1e Proprietors,
a Waaan,S.,4. U.8.A4.
-, A ~
flite Oat . Staidari
ALSO IN STORE:
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
INDUCEMENTS FOR CASH.
ULYSSE G. DESPORTES.
Af REAL REMEDY!
Matiss UVST AL m is1u1 aii hsimp
ins All SKPWse
1~3 ~ ,ffI -I PI .
best known ha uT= at h ,U fa
A RMEDU endorsed by thePh
Anm tha t Mr. . . &Nwe om e
Ala se " w D' an In r
A REEDY of which a prominent Atla
merch isaid "I would have given as
"I youida niektoforwiAt two bows. of
r for my daughter."
A I -uesd to which a.. J..eI
M. D ruhgito m
real thuual I wdes And
V about which Dr. R. B. Ferrell te
Grange, 06., writes: "1 have used for the IM
Yearst th medicine you arautn pes
eooder It the best combina tion ever gotio
together for thediseases for which it is recoN.
A RMDnY of which Dr. Joel Branham Atlae
tA maid: "lAowesenIftid the iwst and l;v. ne
heuation In advising its tue, aa conideatig
1c mend it."
A REMEDY Which the Rev. f. B. Jehaws
near Marietta. Ga., says he has used in his
ly with the 'utmoet satisfaction" and recom.
Mended it to three famihes 'who Sound It to
juatwhat it Is recomamended.10
A REMIDY of which Pemberton, Iven,
Denison May: "We have been sellingit or many
car. wth00nt~nlyincreasing aWis. The as
i ie~tanhly and onaee"'urlV
A REME DYiofwih Lamar, Rankla & Lamar
may: "We aoid 60gie in four mont~ ad ner
ARE Db7 which D. Dugh, ofLarge
Ga., ays: "I cured one of the aost
amo w ithi my knowledgeNwt a S ew ot
A BEMEDY of which Dr J. Huge Notamulga
l'1ed for tha e amof dines which It caims
A REMEDY about which Mal. John C. Whitnem,
of Atlant well and favorabl yknown all over
ay: "I ue ihn remed beforehewyn a
large platato on agrea numbrc cas.s
A REDYabtwhich Mr. J. W. 8tvagec
Carteraville, Ga., certifies that one bottle ed
twr member, of hn fail of menatrualre.
MUDICINN~o its kin intewrd bcud1
TAt n RE OP aUnD BRL~N~
Iole~reprietor and Manufacu~
No. 1068. Pryur Street. AmLAst.&
Swift's Specio has been the momas of biis
,.alth~ and happiness to theomamo whe were ge.
.ounced incurable of Blood ad Skin Diesme.
HEAR THB WZTNESSS
a ants e that wifta S9e8 as. my lifla
up; ti, die. Swift'o Spqcim relieved m rm 1
aivly. f think iith grett rs et
Sept Gae Wearep., Ga,
R. S. S. cures ta worst bies of Su~,
nhuor. it elmnf.the WeleS
Iite.vi. and drives it out througa the poe
IIAD SCROFILA 103R STEAM,
I have msuffered froam erefula abeet 17 ~m
isease being meestly couaed telop aml
failed to do me ar geod.At Ib
8.3. onu fraboet foar s ,
mupevaon of a physalm ofUqIM MWW~
eby your order. Previous totmiajJ
tine eould ama ey avlk
64 Ponsdry mteos,Ar9
fte eat ct thiediomses SeDA msasul
an asamamm ARC
Waite for a oet ethe Mie beeb-bo6
1h1an y ChilBrth
4VsLS of PUIwsmBPRA