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+ d ed 8tables .A. Williford
.aeoo :Meeting-C. M. Chandler,'
1xtoi-ry.' (hristmA to you.
--The swebt potatoes in some places
Tbis 16 good poinAgnia weather.
You ben't+betoo carethl.
---Th as a delightfll dlance at
the Amo y on Thtraday, night.
- -Don'tiforgot to take a chance at
Po haudb4mest doll in town ,at'J. 0.
-"The::6rye have always with
you."- Dn't forget this when you
are colebreting thte birth. of Him who
S.Mr. F.mund' Smith, who has
,lsited Mends in Winnebpvo before is
- agita a welcome visitor. ' le came
!itih M. A, a. Gaillard from Sewanee.
e-.Soator Hemphill, in'the' Abbe
illei. Medlum, 'is responsible for 'the
statement that '-onator Woodward,
o ld; whb owns a railroad and
a rauite quarry, parries'a rabbit foot
his pooket for:good,luck."
o et f0iget:to do all your Christ
iess - to-day.
o day a a national ho u The
'a ag4 atoresfpl. be:60ioedon that
d . z~tn' .ompositors alseodeserve a
ret sa4tbitet re .tere ill be no
a tiedon en Tuesday nor a
wehly dli daeday.
--W p ".tli}e supply bill reached the
- 4 enate the levy for State taxes was
od from 5& nills to 5 mills by an
a lenit. When- the bill was re
turiid to the House for concurrence
I"#o sndnwents, thQ're was some
- . ition to concurrence, but after a
'"" eQhes thevywr n made 5 mills.
* ~. tL~+is ak thie total levy for our
* * ~tinty AOInnilleh a Uittls puore then
othe #tst year.
-'Tun gAint w" irst D -T.he New
, Or at Cotton World says: "The
* , dutbh~ bon roduing less cotton
j6~b~re its180, nd'.its Nd are
n so well as formiery.. This
n nug pu'rposes, instead ,of
un te inte~ad as for.iorly, and
tt duise' use of comnircal feri
*tilineys, which are.aplied without any
kaewlqdge of what the soil.requires."
*Thisestrikes us as a forcible argument
for the-doreaee in yield per acre, and
we feel coundent that if our planters
i411 use less fertiiz~ers, and miore
cotton seed insteaid, the lanids will .be
greatly improved,- and, as ,a conse
qqenge,theyield will 11e greatar.
- Taxn CinnUER'S ADEss.-The Car
rier of,the of'Tim-Nkwg AND H EnALD
has always been prompt in season.and
4out. Through rain, sleet, "snow and
the t*rid days of sumnier, wh?ile you
Were nestled in. your downy conch
dr'eanilng hpppy dreams, he has beets
up asid going, delivering At your door
diudorning paper to assist in the
ePJQythent cof your breakfast. This
is 4a inestiniable privilege and is one
111 ertfinly aptirdclate. His w9rk
* i~~hs,rd ote--one which you don't
ttfk Irbonf.as yde get'up joyously in
tW m.niing atid his yort after the
papr-: ~ will leave an address with
l~sbe*itea on Mopday morning.
~e85~*iW1no fail to c6ntibute
- stall Maof 60 oeints for a 0brista
vas present to the prompt, industrious
~4trwas walking his beat on
itsf fomn one Q'the rooms in the
)lot4* Itneos Q, W Duvel House,
dby N .4ito womawu He
~~ paifetd "~the hotuse, and
- ~n'be,bo ~uu4e% oloth6s on fire.
0 o12au*e4ut lie house, and she
te f thr6# tho bitrning
atI as'ailroad wiceb was
tid he hfettetf#ed.It is
dethat the. otian had lieen
* 0 i ~, nN~ laid.her pipe on the bed
2 k iept over tesanfo,:and they
Qonuletd #ltioneOd Ifn
~ ~a y tyWoo4fnetrkedh
.,~ ~ 2A
t a t lo,ti,
t I ws on tb 'e statd4 g
tlwe estimatiop of th9 peopo of t
tat, and i 'o $Ib t s:; N td hs'
rease his. poplari i t: e county
adeWhot - ele tli be.b $Ql.i)
~is. ohanpe nt bo avIe n bn ip
flat loW#tsy oc aratu
date te ao, ntt s o:'y hi
thrt e( lo}og he will frqorve thi
itward o' ati o ntbe eoioes .to i
county, aitf pitle ;aPominated
by Jndge dse and 10 s ine wau
wrheae pftearthe second hallot, hy
liavif'reiynd8 ~&.otes 5n botli
bdlte. ee*s bm the elegion wai
eage1'ly l 94 for' 01 Thttrsday, and
only -l alne*before Fiday l
r . ;' Nto a ne was n univea
sal disappointment to the town hn
county, ahen it 'was annodi ad th
tr. Vei-nfr td' rc cod,a tle Iarg
RFMBfR, PLEA yE, a
ues silk headache i tweonty mian
.e.t We e atim Loud. .
1. We are 'bleated bondho ye
Come in and loaf' with us. Wo
plenty time. th a
2. When you ome, favor us can't
song. We are nueical, If ye type
slug,' whistle. Printers can 5
8. Ilon't fail.tp road the Co like
the Rrinters' shoulders. TL
4. Be sure to road all tie le never
while the editor is writing.
Wants to look ata them. . Don't
0. Borrow the editor's p 3yze the
rail to carry it off. You
power of the press that a e papeor,
. When you got a puff a gratis.
se ang.d ask .uefor 20 ney.
We run this paper i'tersn,
7. It is winter noWo Don't fail
leave all.nthe doors open. We like a
8. Be sure and stop at each case and
mix the type. No ti'ouble to the
printers to pl k then out. -
9. Don't be to modest but come up
and ask us for pen,. papey, ink and
stamps to write your --letters. We
keep these for free distribution.
10. The edito - has an easy chair.
Dn't hesitate r oolspy it Thare
lae ol theo.oairs in the ofike.
Qr ~'old'.'flenid Santa Claus, No.
19,611 Uhristinas street, South Pole,
World,' renreted ts to inforn' the
public of the aboye facts, and duing
the same conversation he whitpered
this liftoour e.ai'
If anybody owes you a little back
subscription o.anything of that kind,
sot him up to a chew oftoboacco or a
cgar when he pays. .Give him an
easy chair. Ask hini. to take a drink
or dinner with you. Stop the whole
ofe if necessary..
We wUll do it.
TRY GILDER'S WILIB .
For the Liver.
"-MoMAsTER, BRIOS & KBETCHIN.
W. D. Hoyt &co., W~holesale and Retail
Druggists of Rome' Ga., sa: "We have
been sellin Dr. King's oew Dlscooery,
Electric Biters and. Bucklen's Arnica
Salve frtwo years. Have'never handled
remedies that sell as wvell, or give such
universal satisfaction. The have been
some wonderf I cures effected by these
medicines in tIuis cit. Soveral cases of
proounedConsumption have, been en
tire cured se o a, few bottles of Dr.
King's New Jscovery, takcen - in connec
tion with Ziectric Bit rs. We guarantde
them always. Sold by McMaste, Brice &
TE Re lar Annual Communicatioi f
b.Wn ore o ,N. 1 .F
willbe eldin Mason oe Hall on T iesday,
the 27th inst. Thie Installation o.f ofcers
will take place. -
C. . CHANDLERI,
At Dt3D~ BTA3LaS.
~~6 ~o YOU? G S.WI8
TEIMUJ8 fromitrqt fie
8 a 1well ro1c~~ Mo a
~hp~rms s yo t bi nt
e4xf J. 0. F15ASTER.
ro : :ar s roctq 41
r " .tho.s r o r$ty ,
Ydus' orts .aed elr rip
l'ea sto seeunb All ons b wn er
a. tney etral..1ipesn ere and 60 years, not physcally
rt tdby. sa eor purohase.tst' n
d Oak Teesday,,anuary 10,
1898. dward," Wedneaclay,JAnnary
0 11.. sterville, Friday,,anuar'y 18.
a khead, Saturda ; Jiuary 14. -
afs Store:(toeb),-Tuoesday, Jali
a nkinsvl,h, Wodliesday, "January
onticello,' Thursday January 9.
tidgeway, Tuesday, Jauary 24..
entrevillo .(Ilogan's), Wedneday,
earCtck, xit1t sa Juar .26.
.ddt' rove, Mpndlay, January
nt Hill (Boulwa's Storo), Tules
ay Januar 81. - -
. "L .I N. WXTATrnsS,
~or t'~ o~ jnAhitr' C
D ee15tillJa10 A O k T d a
To P1OHIBr TH; eROOTING OF F ,
CrtAOKEIRS AND OTHER EXOSIV
'ON T11l6 $TItEI!Te.
Bd it -ordained Iiy the1it(ldudant and
Wardens of the town of I Witlnsboro,
in CQnhol assembled, . anby autho.r
ty of theo.dane, Thaty gerson , or
persons who shall dlsOharge aliy gun,
or Piatol,. or set fire to, explode, or"
use, any quib, - fWre, dire-rake ry.
explosive,. or any other dicharge of
powder, excep.t in the discht.igo of
some public duty,-within -the corporate
limits of the towp, shall forfeit and
pay for each and every such offence a
sum not exceeding (on dollars, or. be
imprisoned 'nt the d'itsretion of. the
ntendant.' PoU ded, That on Chrat
mas or other holiday the. use of ire
Draokers, fire-works and other harm2
less explo$ives, 'sh.all be' at the dige2"
ton of the Intendaat.nu
Be it -further odaine(, T hat any
person or persons who shall exhibit,
et fire to, or explod, any fire-works,
)r fire.balls, or raise or elevato any
balloQn by heat within the coriporate
imits ,Of..the town, unless by. the
Itt Ser isaipn ot the Intondant
' obtained, shall forfeit
firs hid . : i and overy"- offence
and pay for Ta - or. be llnpris
the sum of five do the the In
oned at hthe discretion
J. H., CUMMINGS,
. ptst: l N. WTursE, Clerk.
usay qib are .iecrcod~.j
pwdera ocoicte iScigo of
W.rsnd#tth ~oeii or.EN..
orakesnfre rats and otron.r
Pionofte Ihee endaccarn.
Be tfuthe' oine. ha
Besno ers Ton gueosal exib
Cannfiedt,o Mexpld, any firen-hwor
r deblnls, oaiseod Oyester an.
or ewAlmoth atnd anut,
Spice andHerb forsa ofeiTr
-ir hd Veryd Chiee. oec
R,and fre very; be FlourIand
'th u of gre don ote theIns al
of hol ilee od at 'toe ficgurio
S trsh: Iar N.lt WITbERS ,leMk
Hi' ooi,ay , Pods.
MHRASTMA,S & GEOHP.
FOTHEYF AKIE PiICNA,
H RV. O. AI.E..
uun ~a t n CaonPosre
oinb1x a d y ofer e.
Is plenty pb1e, perfNotly wil
For two, Weeks oPly I will of
8,000, yards of
1,200 yards of
110 yards of
1 piece 0-4 Di3
JUST A ArVED: Job lot
D. A. He>ix has just reoei
useful toys. Come and see them
TH WifNBoRU. BAR.
A. S. DOUGLASS,
A$'TORNY 4ND COUNOELLOR AT LAW.
- No:,0Law Rasng,
WI N'SB'OR.O, S. 0.
Practices in th Stato and United States
H. N, ODEAR. Ws C. RtoN.
OBEAR & RION,
TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Nos. 7 and 9 Bast Washington 't.
WVINSI01O,. S. 0.
Offices same as pcoupid by the late Col
lamea lu Rion.
. E. MODONALD, 0. A. DOUGLAS
MODONALD & DOUGLASS,
TTORNRYS AND COUNSELLO11 AT LAW
Noe. 3 and Law Range,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Practices In nl. the State and United
SW. L. MiONAD,
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
A0T - T ORO, .0.
" Oficee upstair in Ti . A'N HEn
ALD build ng. " .
JAB. 6 NNMcAN JS,
A T T 05 E -A T -l A W
W I l 1 O 0,8s. 0.
JirPractlea. In the State -and Unite
EC. B. RAGsDALE. -G. W. RAOsDAL1
RA(ESDALE & BAGSDALE,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAT
**No,p Law Ranuge,
W I NN B OR0O, S. CO
OSRUNID W. BUJCHANAN,
AT TORNEY-A T-LAW,
No. 7 Law hIangi,
W I NNS8B O RO, 8. C.
practices in all:United States and Stal
Courts. Special attention to corporatic
and insurance law.
New iifillerT Stori
STILL AHEAD. '
JUST RE0%.VED, THE. LAS
lot of. Winter, MillXnery Goods. A~
the season Is advenood they will t
sold at a
SMALL ADYAMCE AiQYE COST,
Children's Woolen Goods, such
Sacques and Hoods. Ladles wi.shizi
Hats can Do suited bolli ini tho late
styles and prices,7 as -our motto
Qnick Sales and Small Profs.
MRS. *. D. MotCARLmY,
FARM MACR JNEMf
IlR .0op n e lnook at zy cf
kepon hand eteg rjuAgty of 3laclp
011 n Axle (10a.
I can tnrnish nns ahd 'otton Gh
t alybusId ~ mers wl
atcIa%h~ flnnp stqua
in Sas avst~~W
; ~ .
ling ai'always re$;y to give each
for to the public "btgains never be
best Prit at.6tc., worth''7o., anyv
4-4Fruit of the Loom and other I
Peper~l 10-4 Sheeting (bO8t quality
e 5-4 Imported Black dashmer6 (a
ok Cashmero (nice quality) at 74c.
. 1 piece 4-4 Brown Cashm
f bveicoats. Come and see thent;
ed p nico -line of Holiday Goods, :
-NEYS all ilERALD
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H-aving increased the forc
of our Job Department,' w
are now prepared to execut
all kinds of job work neatly
r upon the shortest notice, an
eat the lowest pos'sible figur<
* We will gladly furnish price
list on application, and guai
antee that yo.u will find th
same as low, if not lowei', tha
e any other establishment of th
g kind in the State. Send i
~FOR I VEfl 8TOMA(Jr -AN
SSimmons' 1[e 0tio Comnpound Sin
Celery B3itters, Apogsh$ Seven Birki
Stthe i dTe,Compond E
0 tIvo~Z'~t~u r , an~1Kde
MuscateIle Esse~~ 4 ngq,~ f
ioMATER,BRIC E CIJ
l7 .. ' A.' C ,
and every customer just as good a
fore equalle4 in Winnsboro :
rhere in town.
)omestios at 8o.
) at -27c.
li wool) at 98o., cheap to any one I
1 piece 4.4 Black i
ore (a bargain) at 890.
the best coats for the nioney ever
much as Dolls, Alliums, Toilet Set
South Carolina Railway Company,
COMMENCING SUNDAY, JUNE, 1,
I 1887, at 0.10 A. M., Passenger Trains
will run as follows, "Eastern time:"
TO AND FROM CHARLESTON.
Depart Colutnbia.. 0.50 a. 1. - 6.33 p. m
Dno Charleston....10.35 a. m. 9.45 p. in.
Depart Charleston '. .0 6. in. 8.00 p. m1.
Due Columbia... ..10.45 an. m 9.45 p. in.
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
EAST (DAILY EXOE1'T SUNDAY.)
a. in. a. m. p i. p. in.
Pdpart Colulnbla...0.50 7.45 5.00 5.83
mI.~. p, nt, p. m. p,mi.
Due Canden......12.52 12.52 7.42 -7.42
WEST (DAILY SUNDAY EXOEPTED.)
a. m. a. in. p. in. p. in.
Depart Camdon,...7.45 7.45 3.30 3.30
a. in. a. m. in. p nt.
lte Columbia.....10.25 10.45 :30 9.45
TO AND FROM AUGUSTA.
Depart Columbia.. 0.50.a. in. 5.33 p. i
Due Augusta......11.40 a. M. 10.25 p. in
Depart Augusta... (.10 a. in. 4.40 p. in.
Due Cohnbia.....10.45 a. in. . 9.55 p. in.
Made at Union Depot, Columbia, with
Calumbia & Greenville Railroad by train
arriving at 10.45 A. M and departing at
5. 33 P. Af. Also, with 0. C. &A. Railroad
by same train to and from all points on
'Passengers take Breakfast and Supper at
Branehyllie pnd Columbia Depot.
At PregnaIls to and from all points on
Eutawville Rahroad. At Charleston with
steamers for New York, Jacksonville and
points on St. John's River Tuesdays
and' Saturdays" with Charleston and Savan
tah Railrdad to and from Savannah and
points In Fioritla daily.
At Augusta with Georgia and Central
Railroads to and from all points West and
South. At Blackyillo to and from points
on Barnwell laliroad. Through tlokets
can be purchased to all points South and
NI ,Aen Colutnbia, .
7 B.PEOKGone al nager.
D C. 4 t 0 foeA
f~'~, .- U.
COMMEnCIAL DANK I3UILDINGO,,
c COLUMBIA, S. C.
S Prompt attenition given to. t,he tranisat
tLo of buinhas thCle Stato and Feden,
Owing to the unusual strlng
people gonorally havo pract
.in all branches of trade. T[
Shas felt tihe pr.ossurer with th
we fool grati lied that our bi
our expectations. Now tha
tile reaction has come, and]
In antieipation of this we h
usua. Weexpected to ael
C assuredly doing it
~AT O UR L
-. Now we want to give a tim<
- thoroughly acquaiuted with
give our undivided attentli
from beginning has been Si
e fail to try our hottse.
In Dross Gioods and Dre
-bought heavily and did wel
- to do more this fall in that:
to clear them out. Ha~ndker
we have ever handled. Hoi
prices we leava.to the de
Goods, Damask, Napkins, I
1ngs,IBleaching at bottom fl
White Fl anols, Calico, Ging
Do youi l(tlow that there I~
there Is In ie-orests. Yon
cen(s d' a poor dinnerg wh
god olie, AWa jul* y qui
* ho beok, beoatts4 it wad bi
with shoes; Ion can't inake
1IaV ' you .often .koeen t
,., It~t~bk8 Wor* aomth
- undi~~s wBe haio
tho0 Nit Ato 6Ve'y0i
bargain as anyycompetitor n
Jashmere at 49c.
)ffered in this mar ket.
;, Dressing Cases and' niqy "other
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I . OILS? ~OXL8f
Castroleumn for axles, Castor Oil,
foot, 0O19o, Lard and Har'ness Oils,
Raw and. Boiled Linseed Ol and
Ii Spermn,0ll for Bowing-Michines.
MaMASTR RCIS &KETCHIN.
~onoy t'or tile last few seasons, the
ieed ecopomuy in their purchases
he goneg'ai merchandise business
Brost. Vonsidoring the altuation
tshness has held its own beyond
,t the times are better, we feol that
TENEW FALL GOODS.
ave filled our shelves fuller than
I these goods of course, and aro
O'W PLRUC ESe
ily ugestion to all avho are not
our way of doing businoas. We
mn to our work, and our motto
nail ProfIts, .Qiick Sales. Don't
AND NOTIOl9 S.
ss Tr.immnings,*last winter we
1 with them. Thuis influenced us
line. Come and see. We intend
oblefs, a big line, and thelpretlest
sery, a well selected lot, and the
elsion of the purchaser. WVhite
)oyios, Towel Shuootings, Shirt
uogCanton lahrno1*, Iled And
as ntudh aif~i'e h %isks a
ge to ed. a i bo ~da~ 5;
II gt anothbr yo;pa
aslthe oi' d the e Ibt ~i ~ ~ .
tiet quality arid no 4Iid3,D ~ '4
good she'~Ot out utoor inttW
oimpted to ilvest in ole ~ Ahes
o thebInt t6
r~ Ie, and ou