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Uto O VidtTon.--The followin
p n oion constitute the Board of Vi6
itolto the Mt. Zion College for-th
;eek bIeginning Monday, Junoe 11:
c t O CaIld n1l, uo. o. White, e. u
tK, t, .' '' V00 tretauvrt'ements.
Summer Reading-D. Lauderdale
Masoni'o Meeting-U. M, Chandler
Don't forgot to go to Mr. craw
ford's to-morrow evening from 6 to 1
o 'lock. , "
--O1 Wednesday morning 1.7
iiches of r'al fell. -
--Wo roturn our-thanks to Mrs. S
Wolfo for a basket of fine Irish pota
toes and cioumbers. ' They jvero th
finest wo I*to seen this season).,
.Ioad the advertisement of. D
Lauderdale. - There Is some fine snum
rlioi. roading In store for -you at th
most reasonable prices. Don't fail' t<
call ii timo and got what you want.
-Gntlotnen of the " Union", tha
"Jack-sonian Democrat" has -got it
- another,box-of flowers. He says hi
is "solid." You can draw your owi
-J ER3.EY FLATS CHILL afid FEVE1
CURE is guaranteed by all merchants sell
ing it to cure, or money refunded. Fo
sale by McMaster, Brice & Ketclin. II.
-Owing to a sovere case of th4
mumps,- Sollitor McDonald has beet
compelled to have assistance at thi
term of the Court, which was cheer
fully rendered by members of the bar
-A gentleman 4,n this- county tolk
us on Monday that he had never bee
drawn as a juryman, altho'ugh he wa
eligible. This gentlemen is hot so old
but ho is plenty old enough to be i
-We return our thanks to Mr. J
Turner Stewart for a basket of ver;
nice Juno apples. They wore of thi
- 'very best quality and variety, anm
were hugely eijjoyed by the entir,
-The Gladden's Grove Democrati
club met on Saturday, June 2. It wa
decided to meet on the first Saturda
In each Month during the campaign
at 8, p. :-m. The amelidment to th
IX. Article was addpted.
-~ -- - -Alhough the, Gordon Light In
fant'y ha decided to go- to- Greenvlg
hliere' Is some doubt about It at presen
- owing to the Inability of many~ o
the men to get off. We trust that* th
-Gordons will turn out in force ani
show the State what we can do.
.-Tho ladies of the Methodist -con:
grlegation wlli sell ice cream at Mr
-G. W. Crawford's to-morrow 'evenini
-from 6 to 10 o'clock.
-The ice creatn festival at Dr
Robertson's on Tuesday was a grea
success. The demand was greate
than the supply, but nevertholesa ever;
one enjoyed himself. ~The ladle
having the' entertainment in -charg
are to be congratulated on their su
PERsoNAL.-Mr. J. L. Douglass,(
Blackstock, who has been teaching I
Hampton is- in town on a visit.
- Mr. Wmn. Hall, son of Mr. W.
Hall, has returned frotn Wofford Co
logo. .1H0 reports a' pleasant con
mencemenit at that College.
B3OABD oF TRAD.-A meeting<
the 'Board of Trade will be held in tI
Town Hall tis evening at 6:80 o,cloc1
Business of importance will be tramn
acd. T. II. KETOmIN,
RI. M. HIUEY, Pres't.
--JERSEY FLATS w~il cure. dysnte:
in a few hours. For sale by McMaste
Brice & Ketchmin. II
THE MOUNT ZIoN SOOIETY.-TI
Mount Zion Society met on Tucedi
night .to consider time question of a
-curing local lecturers, as recently su,
gested ini this. papet by a correspoi
S- dent. Owing to the small , numbi
V resent no action was taken, althoej
'the opinion was freely expressed thi
- he scheme was a most' excellent on
A Airther meeting is called, for 'Tuc
day at 10 o'clock, a. m., when tl
subjet will be more fully considere
We' hope a f#11 meeting will be he
for thme suggestion mddo is a-most e
DEOIsroNs BY JUDGE WITHERsroo
-. -Judge WVitherspoonl has decided t
following cases which wero'submnitt
* ~ t o him at the F3ebruary term of 0ourm
Talbott & Sons vs. 11. J. Qladmley,
al. A motion was made to set asie
the judgment. Motion refused. I
13. Monteith argued for motion, M
Doflard & Douglass, contra. -
Dan'l. Hlail vs. T. W. 1Wood war
bhie case was' hoard before Jud
'raeer, sin4 a dteoleion -was render<
in favor of defendant. On appe
the 8Supreme.Court remanded the es
* or a iew trial. Motion was made lb
- ~ ~' ore Judge Withepoon to dismiss 4
deplaint. 2'otion granted. a
dal& flaigsdale for plaietifA Obe
:~V -:: / & on for defendant. An appoal%
Wae o& Co. vs. Jno. 8. Sw
-' - ge'~ otin to on juxdgment al
'tlL ns t Motion rofuaed.. W.
. loateith'for muotion, A. IS. IDouig
-Paint a piank on the Methodist par
e sonage,ilth Iceocreatp to-morrow at
Mr." Craw ford's."
WINKaOltno STEI' FIRa ENGINE
CoMPaNY.-Tho anniversary meeting
of the Winnsboi'o Steam Fire Engine
s, Company was hold in the ,Town Hall
on Tuesdtiy afternoon. Officers were
electd as follows: .
s Presioent-J. H. Cutmnings.
Vice-President- T. K. Elliott.
Scretary "and Troasuror---W. O.
1st Director-W. A. Beaty.
2nd Director-B. J. Quattlebaum._
8rd Dlrectot- T. W. Lauderdale.
4th Director-Lbuls 'Samuols.'
Chief Engineer-H. C. Elliott.
lst Assistat-F. H. Arrowsmith.,
- "2nd Assistant-C. P. Gladden..
Axemon-J. 0. Boag and J. S.
P'1pomen ---'Louis Landecker and
-. B. Crwford.
The Company expeted to parade,
but owing to the lateness of the hour
5 of finishing businoss the annual parade
was dispensed with.
--JERSEY FLATSnever "fall to cure
any case of Malarial or Bilious Chills and
Fevers. For sale by. .MoMaster, Brico &E
. SUICIDE.-Pat. Bell, a mulatto negro,
committed suicide on -Primus Wil
liams' place on Monday at 2 o'clock.
The cause of this rash t on his part
was the Infidelty of his, wife. .He
t came to Winnsboro on Sunday, and
on going to his house was refused ad
mittance. He went to work on Mon
5day and apparently worked in the best
of spirits, though later In the day he
tseemed to be brooding over some mis
Sfortune. - All hands went home for
dinner, and 4fter partaking of his ro
past Pat went intd the . cotton house.
After entering the house ho pulled his
3 petol and pointed It to his breast in
-th presonco of several negro women,
S-remarking tht he would eat supper
i in hell. They thought nothing of his
remark and left. Soon after their d
parture he cooly and deliberately
stretched himself out, placed his pis
tol to his heart and firdtl. Death
cams.immediatly. Il had previous
ly shut the door of the house and had
i divested himself of his coat. The bul
let went through his vest and shirt,
i burning a hole in each, and finally
reached his heart. From all the evi
donco he acted most cooly and dellb
3 erately, and was to all appearances in
.-JERSEY FLATS Chl never tocure
SFeeFor sale b McMaster, Brico &tci
KeMn. no Ii uenm
folloing- areBll thmeulatto nerop
micatsdo sucrie priusti e Nash
3 lleamt ola Ine ond a 2eo'clock.
The aspolicn fr,ah ct'onarhispaut
wa athleas in7dlyr of ags, wife ie
prchal o mieoro charact, gend
mnlyin o hayiks houses, resedd
goo htnea lh, wnclarewoik -nnon oi
ra mand apprenColeg woyaard in the s
o shoirsits ognltrin the log,and he
L teachoi to beboodichoersofe his-o
Sforon tAll hant let oes fo
dine, dhteerisopp rtntak f i e
Te.astpatlicnt mst h otn frouste
SAte enterintendn houfi pulled hIn
f pstolctand poinet his be,atinat
tharking h paseud eatsator exam-r
inato hell Thellhoght noading Penman
. remark admert aon Aalyser theo
- pruo, lGegraphy (cvand phsibal),
Asrtchhm el outbr, pnted hstats
l shut e ad ofnes he stdenat
ivhastbedn 'asuen of h coee bone
moewnt thuh tismest and hirclos
1- burif eachoucedin monh, and fillyb
freche hiyeart. Frmn wall the evi
denc th facted o mooynd Idlibe
eatedythatdthas tone wall bpearn appr
prtheld an inhest,de to verdit was
bardrd n accrdacleg witxpesbesis
1- ofRSEalL;T l and rtFlaevr dipro
fo ma wl begrasterd .tc &n stchent
sa knon tobrin arrrsiu n ths- e
a- NSude faRlLn toLomplethei
folloawning arte regulions orn the
p.aont./fornolrhis thyhae receshe
vle omal CleadyEdua nud
2- The apreiant fora thecolale. s
be aet lestn yesall page fr $15reo
d,$1 prabo motfor character appro-e
manle orpayik e aits, $18 to $20
ago th 1S 6 a4 deare ai ineton the
N. se teaschn roessin, mustr freis
ro edu at the Collegen tfo yaa prion the
t: shlan'nl sesone on long ane frt
t Wdncda in OhctSoobsr. Thers o
:1 hevancaeatio,est tworystas, hof
hee appite theopetn otn fromon,
Sae Supenedet eod.li n
fd sThet~ ort agehbi s tt, w ertliathe
Lshipeahb,erls and nalrs, Eleo
- Arteic, Agebrate, Unte Sytaktngs
behi sto. ti pesn Clfr
sThei P'eab omdy, Scolrsp moneg.yI
will otsy beti uefste stuent
1 ha enn 11 studnt o h Clleg onects
s onh i eat hic te alnd atte oe
% fachiuccetfedii mon ithe2 llobne
SpFite by the studanyt tan Famntcio
y ma wil be grate Dr. any stuent
TIlE Mills bill being about to
Liverpool laden ith goods donsignC<
46 Pairs Men's $8.'
98 PaIrs Ladios' $1
And a groat many other bargali
HAVING been chartered
ton, bargains unequalled -arc b<
per pair. See these goods bet
THIS TRAIN wviil aiwn
We print this morning an engravl
g raving will be usc(d in the publicatlot
ofteIstitute.' The engraving is an
and its splendid showing wvill do mn
patronage of tho people.
The case of Silas Paulding was
given to the jury oin Mouday, and a
sealed verdict was handed in. On
Tuesday the verdict was read, wvhic11
found Silas not guilty. Mr, W. L.
McDonald represented Paulding.
Thle jury in the case of Shields Glad
ney- official mniscon duct-reported eon
Tuesday. They failed to agree and ti
mistrial was enteredl. C. A. Douglass
for the defence. They remained In the
room all night and until 9& o'clock the
next morning. It Is said that the jury
stood ten to twvo for acquittal at the
final ballot. This wvas also the result
6f tlie first ballot. B3etween the first
and last ballots thie jury steed for a
time seven to five, but the last result
wastas above stated.
On Tuesday the first case heard wvas
Wesley Crosby-assault and battery of
a high and aggravated nature. Rags
dale & Ragsdale rep)resented the de
fendant. Mr. J. W. IIanahan assisted
the Solicilor. Verdct-"Not Guilty."
The next case das Wash Thompson
-disturbing'a religious 'meeting. Mr.
J. C. James, of Ridigevway, appeared
for the defence, and Mr. 0. W. lBu
ohanan assisted the Solicitor. Verdief
*The next ease was that of William
Quarles, charged with murdeir. Chas.
A. Douglass for the defence. The
jury, at the time .of going to press,
had not rendered a decision and
showed tie signs of coming to an
A Womian's Discovery.
"Another wonderful discove'ry has been
made and that tee by a lady iii this county.
Disease fastened its clutches:upon her and
for seven 'years she' withstood its severest
tests,' but her vital organs were.und(er
mined and death seeed imminenit. For
three months she coughed Incessantly and
could .not sleep. Shob bought of uts a bottle
of Dr Kings's Neow' Discovery for Con
sumpt ion and wvas so much relieved on
takmig first doao that she slept all night,
and' with .one bottle has b)een miracu..
boushy cured. 11cr name is Mrs. Luther
Lutz." Thus write W. C. Hlamrick &
Co. of Shelby, N. 0.-Get a free trial
b6ttle "at' MeMaster,"Bride" & 'Ketchin's
Drug tor'o. ' '' .
ATAo 3enr cornfy paper.
Lr< 0i _'' p3 c;; i11
-rl, - 14 AB Le
pass Congress, which means flee t
i to Q. D. Villiford & Co. We nre o
)0 Shoes, in Bals, at $2.50.
75 Button Gaiters, at $1.25.
is, which you will find in our large st<
by HENDRIX, has arrived,
ing offered in Dry Goods, co
bre buying elsewhere. Ladi
3's be found making schecdu
~ NS T r1UrTi3
Fm - maam raaee
oof Mount Zion Institute. This ei
of.tho catal ognto an<J on the envelop(
exact represcuntation of the buildin
IOh .to COmndt the Instituto to th
110 CK HII AD Z T.ICMS.
The farmers are busy now with
crop's to cultivato and gather..
.The wvheat crop is lighter th:
usual, but the onts crop is very goc
Where the work has been done
time the upland crops are tine. '1
bottoms (unless planted hber'aft<
have proved a failure.
The blackberries aI'O ripeingi, a
we are beginning to look for the cai
Our Baptist fricnds are rejoicing
having soeured the services oft
Rev. .J. R. Aiken again, coimenci
at Rdokcl Crcek on tho fourth Sundlt
More anon. - ,,A. RARIMER,
Buckhead, S. C., June 12.
-TIf you take .J ElIEY 'FLATIS oc
slonally you will never suf'er with chi
and fever. For sale by McMaster, Br
& ICotchln. - ' I
-01ILDERI'S P1Lb'S are ulnsurpass
and1( purely vegetable.. For .sale by. A
Master, LUrice & Ketchuin.
--As an appetIy.cr and nerve tonic, B
rett's Tonic Is nnsHurp)assed1. -Try It.' I
sale.by McMaster, liric & Ketchin. |
-. 11I. P. Wvarranted to cure siek hei
ache in twventy nulnute.- For sale by A
Master, .Brice& I(otchin.
-Ry- Dr1. Hurowsi, pator FIis lHapt
Church, A ugusta, Gas., says: "I have u.s
11..IU. P. nmyself and in hiy family for Vye:
and find( it t.o be0 the( best reedy-kno1
for sIck headache, constIpation or blik1
dilsorders. .1 aidviso' any one sufferi
frdom these troubles to uso0 It aind kee1
In their family." For sale by McMast
Brice & Cetchi.n..|
Regular Comimunlentlon of WVim
booLodge, No. 11 A. F. M. will
1he1( in Masonic Hlall this (ruusnA
e vening at 8% o'clock. Memnbers wvll
prompt as the M. M. Degree wyill 1b0 Cc
C. M. CHfANI)DLER,
June14I 1 Secretary.
THE1 JOSH RIERRY GRAIN CRADI
Saves all the grain. Hlai.fourteein tingel
Made entirely of wood. 'LiAghter and mc
durable than any other. For sale only1
WINNSBQRIO WAGON CO.
MOFFA TT'S COTTON PiLANTER
improved for 1888. SIght Feed. Sh(
coupled. The inas' on tIle umrkret.
WINNS83oRO WAGON 00.
-HI - -zn@ e tc
elcodvi=d AIW. Brown, Catiii
rado, free ships and cheap goods, the Belv
1l'ring these goods at the following frco tri
65 Pairs Men's $1.-50 Shoc
> 60' Pairs Ladles' $1.25 But
mi: by failing in.
Q. D.. W
and while the passengcrs are 'bc
nsisting of Lawns at 5c., 8 i-3c.,
:s' Handkercluels at 5c.,~ 8 t-3c.,
e time. Tickets for sale at Hr
Summer Aeadin g.
~ E have ordlerofla big lot of choice
Vbooks for' suinmor reading,
which will bo in withiti the next day
or two. Herie are some or the popn
Jar writers that will be reIprosented in
the solection ;
Rider Ilaggarda, "The Duchess."
Nancy I lartshorn, Mrs. Alexander,
I lugl conway, .1Dora Thiorne,
Nedl Huntline, F. C'. Phillips,
AnniIc )3radshaw, M. A. I lolmes,
Robt. 1,. Stevenson,
''Josiah Allan's 'Wife,"'
Wilkie Collins, Belle (I. Qrcenc,
1I. A. Young, Geo. WV. Peck,
101i Perkins, Elliott Barnes,
Mi. Quad, Bill Nyo,
Oliver (Goldsmithm, Sir Walter Scott,
Andl many 'others. Twen~ity difioront
detective stories by
IIarry Lock wood, Trony Pastor,
Judlson IR. Taylor, Ernest Stark,
And others. Any of these books wvill
an lie sold at the lowest price, FIF
TIvEN CENTS each. (Jail early and
'. get your choice from
he - - D. LAUD)ERDALE.
ho PENCIL4 DRAWING,
"g CRAYON D)RAWING
y3. W ATrER COLO11s BA INTING,
SPANISII LANGUJAGE OBJEC
a- .TIVELY TAUGIITV.
r- Visitors Welcomec. T1hesplan hall.
ng TAI'I[OCA, OAT MEF~ALI, SA( O)
It Farina anid C.ornm Starch for' enin iery
Lr, use. .
Cox's, Nelson's and( Royal Ghelatinie.
Millard's Chocolate and'lExtr'acts for'
Cook's Medal Columbia Rlver Sal
Smnon, (lie fintest ever brought here.
bo Petted H1am, Roast Bcof'and Tongue,.
'n- Tceas and CoiTes a specIalty.
.Borden's Condensed Milk, Carolina
_The best.Qrits, Meal, and the bost
., Molasses, Sugars of all grades.
re Evaporated A pples and fresh Prunos.
*3Y With a good many othier goods all
of which will bo0 so1(1cheap for cash at
is ' 8. 8. WOLFJE'S.
KEROSENE, 20c., WVATVER WHITE,
Fire-Proof, 25c. Thelm price beIng so low
o very one should use only the Flro-Proof.
orSafe, Botter light.
WI N SBORIO WAQON 00.
A. Lockwood has just arrived from
;, i Bale, at $1.00.
Lou Galtors, at 75c.
EL[rMORD & O
ing scrved with ICE COLD S
1oc., 12 I-2C. and 15c. per ya
12 I-2C. and 2c. each.
NDRIX' only. T'he best FII
?ID2u]pI~ uf flfril
AND THAXT TIE PRICES WE QUO'
Wo wvant to sell yo god and havo
Mies' Lisle Thread 11080 25c. redi
India Lawns, 10c., reduced to 8c
Bleached Damask, 65c., reduced to 41
A piece of extra fine Damask, *1.00,
Also, Rod Damask, 424e., reduced to
*Colorcd Table Clothe and Dolles to
is actual cost.
Musquito Netting--white, 40e., pin
Other articles usually found init a ry
Also, Oriental, Cadiz, Torchon Lace
lag at prices wvhich will be sure to sol
LrTIIE BEST 45c. CORBET ON Ti
PuicO, $20.007. 0. 3.
Fift,'a1iIes In titis 'ore Cart
Just as limber as w1~, we S~rt,
.Yankee Doodle Dany,
FARIMIERS, READ) TJII,
A ND If you want to kill grass and culWi
;~ tivato your fields, come and buy a
B'arquahiar Cultivator and
Nixon Heel Sweeps.
Ifyou ge t ood water aw d an ast
o0m and buy a Water Elevator and Park
sell he '.nns and Bollers,
coeb8e etinhus 6
I still have on hi th for ,
orses and Muollbroe
leays amng m an
Uiso a few mcl~4um else. I asW
'ew plug mules. I have afew nle, Oa
iiy friends, either in by~. g
ODA WATER by Temape-I
rd. Hosiery at i5c and z5c
TY-CENT CORSET on the
L'E BELOW WILL E ADIIUIWD
decided to let It be known.
iced to 17c.
hese cost 8o. in Philadelphia.
reduced to 76c.
natch, p.00, reduced to #9.8, 'blob
goods store for sale cheap. CSII and
s and~ Swiss ECmbridrles and Jisse
1 them. Parasols at greatly re4ue4
T'ER & CLARKE.
IN SL.EIGH CO.
This's tire gig -
Aint got no.htqftIk
Rides as s~o~eswo
A reguis dic QM