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Ru a Nsvwe UR
N ,.>in , dvall. ;iWeely dy to
andifty cents per annum, i6 i
e. M *Oft 'vn'rTIeiG.-On doll4r
Inch (solid minion) for the lrs inser
on, and fifty cents inchfor each suib.
serptnt.Insertin. hese rates apply to
advrtisemesnt of evr chalracter, and are
y In n'e Obtuari,s
tribut sof respect are charged for as
advertiseients. Marriage notices, and
*Muple aunourcements of deaths, are pub-l
Ished free, and aaolicited. 4beraI'terms
for contract advertisements.
Notice to Creditors-W. H. Kerr,
C,C o Ot P. F.U.
I..U s Mne.
-We are informed that - there is
more sickness throughout the county
than has been known for a number of
--A slight obsnge in the schedule of
trains on the C. to. & A. Railroad, we
are informed, will go into effect on
--The visitors to Washington from
Winngboro returned Friday afternoon.
They express 'themselves as having
spent a delightful time in the national
-Columbia is to have a now cotton
seed oil mill erected by the new com
pany in opposition to the Oil Trust
Company. Its capacity will be'200 tons
seed per day.
-Mr. J. M. Beaty has had erected
a lhandsome Iron stairway and iron
balcony on the south of his building,
which adds much to the appearance as
woll as convenience of the building.
-The Lee, Light Infantry, of Ches
ter, carried with them on their Wash
ington trip 'the old flag carried by the
Palmetto Regiment in the Mexican
war. It attracted considerable atten
tion In Washington.
-The Rev. J. Howard Carpenter
having taken ili on his way to Louis
ville, Ky., has returned home. We
are glad to state that he is improv
ing, and will [preach at the Baptist
Church to-morrow at 11 a. m., and 8A
PERSONAL.- Mrs. D, Macaulay, of =
Chester, is visiting friends and rela
tives in town.
8. W. Melton, Esq., and Andrew 1
Crawford, Esq., of the bolumbia bar,.
are in town on proflssional business.
FIE CoToN.-Mr. David M. Mil
ling brought to.our office on Friday a
stalk of cotton measuring eighteen
Inches in length, and containing six
squares. He has seven. acres that will
average this height. He reports the
crops in his neighborhood better than
fbr several years.
CoUMBxIA's GRADED BOHoOLS.-The'
total einrollmnent of white pupils in
the graded schools of Columbia for the
Dresent session Is 868, colored 768, '
*. total 1,686. TLhe total at the same
* time last year was only 1,489, show
ing an.inecase of nearly 200 pupils
for the present over the last sessIon. 4
PREss AssooIATION.-The State
Press Association will meet in Charles
* ton June 2nd. J. E. Boggs, of the
Pickens $entinel, is the annual orator,
W. M. Jones, of the Spartanburg1
Heralg, alteenate. On the 4th the
editora will take a trip to New York
on one of the steamers of the Clyde
SEVEN PER CENT. DIVIDEND.-At
the annual meeting of the stock- I
holders of the Fishing Creek Manu-1
facturipg Company, of Chester county, *i
held last week, a dividend of seven. 1
per cent. was declared out of last
years' earnings. We understand also
that a considerable quantity of new
machinery was placed in the mill last
year. Who says a cottnftoywl
not pay? to?atoywl
A MOONLIGHT ExoURsioN. - The
Deutsche Eintrachts Bund will give a
moonlight excursion in the first part
of July. All the Germans of Fairfld
county' are invited as the guests of the
club, and will receive a cdrdial wel
come at the hands of every member.
Mr. CIhas. Muller is the chairman.1
The club will meet hereafter on the
* second Wednesday in each month at
* 8 o'clock.
TztEY WANT THlE MILITIA. - Mr.
Warreb Dupre, president and scretary
of the inter-State ihrmers' summer
encampment, to be held in Spartan
burg beginning the 2nd August, has
sent a communication to Adjutant and
Inspector General I3onham inviting
him and the militia of the State to
attend. They want the military, and
tlie.hospitality of the city .will be ox- 1
tended if they will only be present.
This would be a very pleasant iWay to
spend a f4w days in recreation and
retirement from ordinary Iusiness life.
What say the militia?
Dueklen's Artitea tsave.
.Tua BEsT SAma In the world for
Cute, Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever orsTotter,Oapd
Hanids, Chilblains, enris, and all Sin
Bruptions, and positively enres Piles
or no pay required. It is guaraht~e
* to give Derfect satisfaction, or' meney
refEmnded. Price to cents- pr oor.
For sale by MnMastor, 'Rietn .'tchian
o. w anonymos
n i tItio4ltl(o eshal of Retitions
o ls 0 tn abe ner to the insuffi
len passOugo coOmmodatlohb oh
he O. 0. A Railroad. Ond from
3lackstock, the other from Rock,Iill.
L'hey were not in the right shape for
iotlon to be taken by the comnils
hlonors, so they wore returned. 'There
s certainly room for improvement on
he road, and by a united effort on the
art of the people along the line we
ire confident - a better service oan be
>btained. Let this be done at once.
Parr Junons.--The following is a
18t of jurors drawn to serve at the
rune term of Court:
Patrjok M. Spence, John W. Kels.
er, Nathan D. Roberts, Henry C.
Joleman, Arthur Hollis, Pleasant
dams (.olored), Jatnes Bookhart,
rohn B. Propst, Joseph U. Fi+eshly, I
r. R. Stewart, John C. Burns, John
tosborough (colored), W. L. Wootan,
Eenry 0. Elliott, Ladson Milling,
1. 0. Duke, Austin F. Peay, D. P. .
Ramiter, Thos. L. Rosborough,
English M. Miles, James Brooks,
Edward W. Kennedy, A. J. McGill,
tobort A. Patrick, Jacob Bnggs (col
ired), James I. Long, T. D. Owings,
oorge T. ! Seigler, J. Bunyan 'Glad
aoy, Homer E. Hood, Reid H. Brown, a
Fames 0. Joyner, G. B. Counts, J. W.
7Qleman, W. H. Mitchell, A. Lan- e
DEATHS.-Wo learn that an eighteen C
nonths old child ofMr. W. S. Dickey, t
vho lives near Blackstock, accidentally .f
rot hold of a bottle containing strych
ilne last week, and was taken quite r
lek and after suffering for a short
vhile died. It is supposed that some
if the poison was eaten.
Capt. J. A. RHiinant received infor
nation on Thursday of the death of
is sister, Mrs. J. U. MoKinstry, which
ccurred at her home on that day. c
the was the wife of our esteemed
'llow-citizeu;r Dr. T. B. McKinstry,
nd was sick only a short while. She r
eaves besides her husband and four
hlidron, a host of friends to mourn I
ter death. Her remains were interred t
it Bethel Church burying-ground on y
riday. The affllted family have the C
ympathy of a host of friends in their r
If You Want a Good Article
)F PLUG TOBACCO, ask your dealer for
Jan99xt6m "Old Rip."
BAsE BALt. MEETING.-A second
meeting of our base ball association
vas held in the Town Hall on Thurs
lay evening, and a permanent organi- C
ation effected by the election of Mr.
L. M.. Huey president, and Mr. J. W.
lanahan secretary and treasurer. A S
onstitution and by-laws was sub)mit- C
ed by the committee appointed at the
ast meeting, which was adopted. ~
l.he following gentlemen were elected si
lirectors of the association: Messrs. ~
I. L. Elliott, F. Gerig, J. HI. Cum
nings, J. W. Seigler and RI. J. Mc
Jarley. The playing members of the
sesocation will go-into active practice
mmnediately, and the team will be
elected by tne President and board
if directors upon their merits as ball
>layers. Rules and regulations will
>e adopted and rigidly enforced look
ng to the maintenance of good order
mud dIscipline, and promote ~ con
clentlons 'ball playing. The several
arties controlling and using the
he grounds having gone to considera
>le expense in fixing them up, the
nanagenient and members of the club
ropose to give ou' citizens some good
Reclaster's sure Cure
ores Thot Bronchitis,,
and all diseases of the pulmonary organs.
Fry It MeMaster, Brice and Ketchin. *
En the 3pring Time,Gentle Annie
~he young nian's ideas naturally turn to
hings or love. But, gentle Annie, with
>ur changeable climate the bile soon be
gins to accumulate, anU wvhere love was
wihat made the young man happy be fore,
t takes H. H. P., or H1LL'S HEIPATIC
PANACEA, to doit this time. It will re
nove all excessive bile from the system
ilear the brain, tono up the stomach, build
ip the constit,ution. And then, gentleI
Annie, when the young muan calls lie went
Try II. H. P. for Constipation, SickI
M~adache or Biousness, It acts like a
harm and will cost ou but 50 cents.
MolASER B1IC &KETOHIN,
Excitement In Texas.
Great excitement has been eused in the
i1elnity of Paris, Texas, by the remarkable
'ecovery of Mr. J. E. (Corley, who was so
ielpless lhe could net turn in bed, or raisea
uts bead; -evetybody. said lhe was oyn f
)onsumption. A trial bottle of Dr 'nsu
N?ew Discover was sent him. .ining'
'eiief lie boug a large bottle and.a box
>f D. 'ins NwLife Pills- by the time
ntwo boxes of pills and two I
>6te faDiscovery. ho was well and
uad gained -in flesh thirty-six pounds.
Fril Bttles of this Great Discover for
3onsumption tree at ,IMcMaster, Brice &
OEand ta light smoke,-just the
1v6d0O0 eGOTHAM HAVANA
MIOT.Price only TeA Cents for
~ackage of Aive, at -
P. W. HABENICIHT'S.
GAVE beceme a necosiy in every
Lhousehold, A suppl ust received.
.lgo, Insect Powder and inetGuns.
-McMARTRR. BRTR A KETCIITN.
Come and look at them.
Don't fail to come and e.
dlways find my prices on shoe
ny goods as cheap (if not che
Don't forget when you ar
NOTICE TO CREDITO .
COUNTY OF FAIRFVIJLD.
f OUIS SAMUELS. who is in the cus
U tody of the Sheriff of Fairael t Coun.
y by virtue of final process from the
ourt of Common Pleas for said County
.t the suits of Hurst, Purnell & Co. and
f Chas. Weller & Sons, having i order
hat lie may obtain his lischar a from
onfinement under the Acts tof te Gen
ral Assembly, commonly called the Prison
sounds Acts, rendered on oath a schedule
f his whole estate and effects, publio
totice is hereby given that unless satisfae
ory cause to the contrary be ehown be
ore me at my office in the Court House of
aid County on Friday, the 17th day of
une next, the property in the said ecied
le will bo assigned and the said 'Louis
amuels liberated according to law.
[L. S.] W .KR
Mfay 28tx3w C C. C. P. F. C.
FINE TEAS, ETC.
TYSON, Gunpowder and Oolong Teas,
t Ginger Root, Bath Brick for clean
ig knives, and Condensed Milk, just re
McMASTER, BRICE & KETOIIN.
IDE undersigned having dissolved by
L mutual agreement the partnership
eretofore existing under the firm nltme of
t 11. JENNINGS & CO. ' hereby give no
lce to parties indebted to said firm that
hey can settle without cost such indebted
ess at any time on or before the 15th of
Ictober next. After that date their notes,
ccounts and other evidences. of indebted
ess will be put into the hands of an at.
3rney for collection.
R. H. JENNINGS,
C. E. LEITNER.
January 0, 1887
The. Consolatioi (all Havana) 10c.
TheLa Reino (all Havana) 3' for 25c.
Parrot and Monkey o Cigar, best
1 the market.
The Special Drive (all Havana) 5c. Cl
The Kangaroo (elear Havana filler) bc.
1Choice 2 for nickel Cigar, bisi .in
And several'other brands of Cigars for
he at F. W. H ABENICRT'S.
Ipposite Postoffice. near Passenger Depot.
na o boe gr at Soutb n emdreuru
Dlarbots Dysenery, g vete
raylor, Atlantn, Ga., for Ri die Book.
Tayles Chalerokee Henied y
oug5hs Crou and Constumption. Prioe,2%c
NE IRALIZICO A.
connadV ls ircin necg a
h arg re o;aty
l'BESO NCAT 0 ee'yBg
NDTALIIN ORDS A
They are nicer now than ever
:amine my stock of Shoes. I 1
s lower than the same quality o
aper) as any merchant in 7Winr
e thirsty that you can get Soda
Presh "a Pretty.
WE DESIRE TO CALL AT
TENTION TO OUR
Which is now open and ready for
Our assortment in all lines wll
be found full and completQ, and
our Stock is
PRS AD PRTTY.
Prices guaranteed to be as low
as any market in the South. Call
ond see our Stock of
SHOES AND SLIPPERS.
[131" Lot of Juno Corsets
M'MASTER. 3RIOE A KETOHIN.
lore Rev &rrivals.
SUGARS AND COFFEES.
- CHIPPED BEEF.
WITH GOOD MANY
OTH.ER GOODS, WHICH
WILL BE SOLD AT
THE LOWEST PRICE
A small lot of UUNGARIAN MIL
L H WIT8 PEA8 and CORN.
8. U. W@LWMU.
A T T O R1 Y. A T.LA w,
before. Ribbons of all colors,
eep as good a line of shoes as a
E shoes can be bought from othe
sboro, or quit the business at on
Water, Milk Shakes or Ginger
AND FEED STABLES.
I HAVE STILL. LEFT ON HAND
eight young Kentucky Mules, from
three to five years old well broke,
from 15 to 15 hands higli.
A few little Plug Mares, nice size
for Jfrming purposes. A couple of
Saddl Horses and some good
Single Harness Horses. I will soil
them cheap or swap them for broken
I have several good Milch Cows and
young Calves, which I will soll cheap
or exchange for dry cattle.
Persons wishing to buy will do well
to call and examine the abovo stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
WINNSBORO, S. 0.
A new Axle Grease in tins. Bet
ter and cheaper castor oil
or axle grease.
Milk Coolers, "Gem" Freezers,
Perforated and Plain Pie
Plates, Dee p and Shal
low Jelly Cake Pans,
Wire Fruit and Flower Baskets,
Watering Pots, Ac., &c.
To save your grain and a hand's
wages, get a supply of
- PA.TENT~ BASKETS.
Large size (125 lb cotton),- 50c.;
Our Braced, Straight Handle,
Iron Foot Plow-Stock has proven
its merits. Buy one.
I. II. OUMYIMINGS.
PERFECT SPARK ARRESTERS.
WATER ELEVATORS AND PURI
RlEAPERS, SELF-BINDECRS AND
(JULTIVATOB OWND DOUBLE-FOOT
And many other Labor-Saving Machin,es.
All for sale by
Apl2-6w JAMES PAGAN.
C4bLVURIA, S. 0.
W N~EAR1 TO DUSINESS PART O1F
wa Hot and Cold Baths, free,to guests,
-The only rfrst-01 sa Hotel 1 in
Volumblarun at 8$44 per Day
W. N. NELSON,
cheap for cash. ....,
ny house 'n town. You will
r houses. I will always sell
THE WINNSBORO BAR.
H. A. GAILLARD,
ATTORNEY-AT- LA W,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Office in building of WinnsboroNational
A. S. DOUGLASS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LA W,
No. 6 Law Range,
WINNSBO,RO, S. C.
Practices iII the Stite and United States
0. W. BUCHANAN. J. U. YARnOROUGI,
BUCHANAN & YARBOROUGH,
A T T R N E Y - A T - L A W,
No. 7 Law Range,
WINNSIBOItO, S. C.
Practices in all United States and State
Courts. Special attelrtion to corporation
mnd insurance law.
W. L. McDONALD,-j
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Ofice up stairs in 'IuE NEw8 AND hER.
QI. N. 01DAI. W. C. RroN.
OBEAR & RION,
ATTORINEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Nos. 7 and 9 East Washington 6t.
rINsDORO, S. 0.1
Offices same as occupied by the lato Col
James II Rion.
J E. MCDONALD, C. A, DOUGLASS
Solicitor Sixth Qircult.
McDONALD & DOUGLASS,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Nos. 3 and 4 Law Range,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Practices In all the State and United
I0. 13. RAUBDALE. Q. W. RAUsDALEI
UAGSDALE & RAGSDALE, 3
ATTORiNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
No. 2 Law Range,
W I NNS3BO R O, S. C.
JAS. GLENN McCAiTTS,
A TTOR N E Y -AT - LA W,
No.,1 LAW RANGE,
W INN SB OURO, S. C.
MFPracticos in the State and United
IT SRINES FOR ALL)
The Jiest and Host Popular Sew
ON THlE MARKET.
Note some of its Most Excellent Points
,he Above out.
LT IS FOR SALE Al' PRICE"'ift'T
THlE TIMES BY
U. W. PHILLIPS,
Nov2f x6m WINNSBIORO, S.0C.
can learn the exact cost
of any proposed line of
advertising in American
papers by addrewaing
Geo. P. Rowelil& Co.,
Neweapapoc Ades'hang Rwaisss
108Ses t.Nw Yoeis.
tad 10ote. for t4.ao iaunuhhe.