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W OX IIEGISTRATION.
ES P AGAN.
G E.. S.IHINNANT.
bOR COUNTY rTREASURERt.
JA . Q. DAVIS.
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR.
.ISAAC N. WITHERS.
FOR SOLICITOR SIXTII CIRoUIT
J. E. MCDONA LD._
130AItu OF VITRSO.-TChe' following
persons constitnto the Board of Via
tors to the Mt. Zion College for the
week beginning Monday, September
0. 18. Dwight, W. 0. Jordau;, W. V.
Rion, U. G. Desp'orks
1\wAve rt1E1U%nta.. ~
J. C. Caldwell & Co.
Notico--J. F. MocMastor aftd Others.
To the Public-Jas. P. Caldwell,
-After to-dAy it vill l)?' Cleveland
or Harrison, for the Democratic nomi
niees in the State al a safe.
-If you 'ant. news thoso days you
hoar of only rain, rain, rain, .but thi
thing, won't reign always.
-There is one thing certain about
the election to-day and, that is that
bothi Idldates 'expect to be . nomi
.4.'ht-llor aimrs wl
sod h on ape t h nttt
bo d on i o sth 'I .,i.p
dooteplf ayadvt o
wei, a an ftr f jornltic. n
-As r ha booAth*lang oi
of op ytO OROheR.s ewdy
falNORnc SaCtOray. CRCIT
thoat Oha throxis.-only ollthing
prpo, antatt the ra adin.is
itors to thP. arrn t'oue-e fck he
wce binnyints M onry saeteber
C.str Er.e & Ketchn . ~ odn .C
TheC. armers' Intiuto wllb
.farmer. sh.l Mast ad olthes
Ton th ae i Ja ces. P adoi
- toAeYr to purchaswil e avlansoc
ofHriond, for te ortati Woiu
ice int. Patan deihe thfe. haro
oeryody ony rnn ingan u :::ea
wth fnn ody W rs
th: -the imoe thig aeri rabot
terto ad kih od hno h
paveme,u tht is ourn fas oill
lecn n se saunles wo he onot
as bn, if enoth 18o,thanmn te
Concilhi hepovingtd the stes.
partiaiy" you wuldevr saerith chun
* antlerever o al b lijate'rc
-A Kechasb h loain toi
-The aisctne or adeprtsemhnt
th fout tocal taer is olye ting o
-u Igl. If P waratu wan tr sic busa
ache yitwet nutes. osle o whe
oasen llo Koo tin.aa yd av o
-The, In artuers Thopeople wil .W bes
held oudlin the mand1tte in. Aon
trcabton tok itha uexhbts.fed rp
-Tosto' many merchants have gne
sp Nll Yrk tnaoc prhae andrg stock
v6xpect5 ang et felro it eehatins
tobower. do lrgndines adthisea.
--ent, Pagans dight theat ofquk
evrody,i by rannyn srpo ao er
Peather fn sMod.Wetush.
that byathe ti n thpae Ised eas
predctiond cniadatlyh verither.
Th-sie porton of twitior bae
pavemeng butl this eant asfoereh
n-asmdh,if ogybt more,t han may therg
Concilo rilro Tinkh aboutets
emoer s of u ant toy beon borth
*-'~d otlyithete piplohnod awhore
you whii loite and (attruiact t
triins't the% e h obfelievrops
rnytier way.fdoo n w r
. $ >iero:: ana evQrybddy. lse
;tiyh mr tIn Jmatter, and
k 'antasaftidleasatt oc.
':-S;- i bolls of gotton were brought
to this. oflco4 by a ntleman on Mon,
day olrnluo th 04f,ot of the
ra 1 tho; growlu' .oop, Some of
the boIls word open and sone were
just beginning to form. All of them
were rotten, and this shows that the
-cotton crop has boon greatly damaged.
HOwever, if the rai does not-conthine
for more than two days the crop w111
be ill right although greatly damaged.
-JERSEY FLATS never fail to cure
any. case of Malarial or Bilious Chills and
Fevers.. For sale - by MoMaster, Brice'&
--In conversation with a prominent
farmer of the county we learn that al
though the cotton crop has been con
siderably- damaged, still there is no
causo for extra alarm. Before the rain
ho crop was bettor than that of last
yoar, aid what danigo has been done,
inthe,in.tlieopinion of the'gentleman
mentioned, will not bring the present
-crop down to a lower average than
that of last year, if no- unforseen un
favorable weather interfores. We
trust that this hopeful view of the mat
ter may provo correct.
-Everybody will be interested in
the Congrossional election to-day, and
in order to give our readers and the
public as ibli particulars as'possible up
td10 o'clock; P. M..,from the differont
counties in the distrlct:wo . havo made
arrangements to receive telegrams
giving'the vote as far as hoard from
up to that time, and any other prog
nostioations that our correspondents
may soo proper to give. These tole
grams will be displayed on our bulle
tin board in front of our office, which
we hat no doubt will be eagerly read.
As an appetizer and nerve tonic, B.
rott's Tonic Is nnsurpassOd. Try. It. For
sale by McMaster, Brice & Kotohin. 0
PERSONAL.-Mrs. J. i. Moffatt, of
tichburg, S. C., and h.or; sister, - Miss
Hattio.Brico, of Micanopy, Fla., have
boon visiting relatives in Winnsboro.
Misses Pet - and Olivia Perry, who
have been visiting in Lancaster, have
returned to their home.
BE)on THE TIAL JUs'rics.-On
Saturday Robert goings,, Jas. John
ston, and J,no. McLuro wore up for
forming the usual combination, "nig
ger and watermelon." The water
melons, as usual, did not belong to the
"nigger," but for lack of evidence
they were found not guilty.
Daniel Wade who was up to be. put
under a peace bond Was- dischargod,
UNoa.ASMED E~dTTEs.-The0 follow
..in)gJ& ia sQofletters. remaining In.the
Postoffice at Winnsboro, . ,'p,
9, 1888: -
Mrs. Juda Hornaby, John-Mack, L.
Milling, Rev. W. L. Youngo, Cheney
Brown, Dennis Casoni, Rosanner Col
mon armr Dvis,Mis AledsGreen.
letters will please sa~y they were ad
vertised. DUB3OSE EGLE8TON~,
dy Grove and White Oak Alliances
met on the 8th inst, at the old Grange
hall at White Oak, and consolidated.
The following officers were elected:
President, Wmn. Lathan; Vice-ePresi
.dent, Jas. Mills ; Secretary, Jno,. M.
Morrison; Treasurer, R. A. Patrick;
Lecturer, M. McDonald; Assistant
Lecturer; J. H. Neil; Chaplain, Rev.
Jas. Douglass; Conductor, Jno. W.
Bankhead ; Doorkoeper, David Gor
don; Assistant Doorkeeper, Edward
McWatters. . The following trade com
mittee was appohited: S. R. Johnston,
U. A. Patrick, and Juo. M. Morrison.
This Alliance has about forty members,'
and will meet on 22nd Inst. at 9 o'clock
at Shady Grove..
JERlSEY FLATS Chill and Fever Cure
for sale by McMaster, Brice & Ketchiln
and1 all druggist merchants, ||
IN .DR.PNO) O F CA2'HOXJC8.
.Mr. .Editor: With* your gracious
permission we Would like to make a
few comments regarding the resolu
tions of the Ilorch Olub, not in a spirit
of enmity, or With the desire of pro.
yoking -controversy, but as a simple
act of Jutstice to the 200,000,000
Catholics who inhabit God's beautiful
world. We doubt if the members of
that Club have Catholic neighbors.
Our experience proves (and it is va
ried) that "Roemish" friends have often
proved a blessing,, especially in, time of
sickness and'distress, when service is
requtired and Mnost cheerfully given by
Catholics to Protestant friends and
neighbors. We emphatically' deny
that Catholics are less "ilberfy-loving,
peace-loving, and ,Qod-tearing" than
their Protestant brethren. The mem
ory of a IaFayette, and the anro
stricted praise aw.ardell by our great
and good Washington, to the numer
ons Catholieg "who, so gloriously
strusggled foi liberation l'rom British
tyranny? causes us to blush fot the
bitterness and narrow-mindodnoss by
which one of our Democi'atle Clubs is
Dtring our own greatL struggle who
could have b'eon more "liberty-loving"
than ourown Sommes and Beauregard?
Ah I how shall we speak of the good
and- gifted Father' 1 yan, .whio thsrew
his heart it~o the Lost Cadtee. whose
poems "are warnm with the glory, Oer
sad itith wee of the South." HQ was
a "1lmish" Prfest but the very -per
sOIob tion of a obistian patriot.
N9 hitOrs of all detinations Wgeo
hiivitd to 1I:e Sfrings ' to conlfer Ori
the snb1eoe 0f finmigration. rfA (,*b
New: Yor or, anwhres
e hv giv. r
.WE HAVE JUST R]
New York or anywhere else
We have given our es
purchasiug elsewhere. . We
THE BEST 50i
MR. A. L. PORTER
serve his many friends in Fai
bons took an interest in the proceed.
Ings, it is because he has been identi"
Aed with the people of the South, and
has their interest at heart.
[We are sorry that oiroumstancei
prevented the earlier piblication o
-JERSEY FLATS will cure dysontery
n a few hours. For sale by McMaster,
Brice & Ketchin. - H
X'IM PJOM RXDG]E Wd Y.
The heavy weather of the past ter
days has somewhat retarded the man)
improvements that we are pleased t<
see going on in our town'.
Fifth Avenue is to bo ornamented
with a handsome cottage by Mr. 0. E'
.Wray. - It will contain' eight rooms
'and is built on a style itoggther "u
genct:is," being as unique as it will be
'handsome and comnmodious. Capt
Alexander, of Shelby, N. C., is th4
contractor, and with a skilful corpi
of carpenters is pushing the work ir
spite Qf heavy rains. The Captain hai
also in course of oretion an. 80x80 feet
,storo for Mr. L. C. Thomas, at the cor.
ner of Palmer and Church street.
Next 'door to this Messrs. J. M,
'Wilson & Bro. are depositing iumnber
for the pnrpose of erecting a store
equally as large and commodious.
Tho building committees of the
Presbyterian parsonage- are not idle
and a very neat parsonage located ndkI
to the chapel on Davis street will soon
boar evidence of their activity.
Mr. W. M. Coleman also contem
laes rection of a -dwelling on
Fift Aveue,opposite Church streot
Temerchants are busy opening and
arranging their fall goods. Most of
them have returned from the Northern
markets with large and well selected
Cotton is backward, and but few
bales have been received up to date.
Mr. G. L. Rosboro, has been elected
public we!gher for the season.
The academy will open on Monday,
10th inst,, under the charge of Miss
Nelle Davis, and surely if thorough
fitness for the position, will avail any.
thing, your townswoman will have
a flourishing school.
In spite of the increased businoes
activities of the season the young pee
ple manage to get together occasionally
and have a good time informally.
Mrs. D. N. Durham and family, of
Greenville, are visiting relatives in
Mrs. Thomas and her daughter, Miss
Eloise Foscue, after having spout sev
eral weeks with Mrs. A. C. Thomas,
have returned to their home in Jeffer
son, Texas. sIGMA,
Thle Ilables Cry for It,
And the old folks laugh when-'they
find that the pleasant California liquid
fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs, is more
easily taken and mnore beneficial in its
action than bitter, nauseous medioines.
It is a most valuable family remedy to
act on the bowels, to cleause the-sys.
tem, and to dispel colds, headaohes,
'and fevers. Manufaotured only by the
California Fig Company, lBan Fran
eleco; Cal. *
'ADVIOIE TO ItOTHEIs.
MR~s. WsBLOW's .SOoTIKNO Smnuy
should always be used when children are
cutting teeth. It relieves the little sufferei
at once; it pouces natural, quet sleei
by relieving the child from pi,.and the
little cheru awakes as "br~i as a but
ton." It is very pleasanli- tsto. Il
soothes the child, softens the -gums, allays
all pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the bes known remedy fo2
diarrhcea, whether arising from teethingt oi
other causes. T wontyflye, cents a bottle.
- feylD.rrows, Astor First 5ts
Church. Augusta, Ga, ay: " e
H. HI. P~. myself and in o aiyr yearw
ndfnd it to the re6 hw
41%ers. .a~io one ii
frilthese ttulOt it Atlt~
ir tefami r' or sail by R
The tfej ou cr aseI
to nim1e e ,Qns- fbi the
VoWevill' coz ;ence iu few d
large again ait now is.
e~a suoz a
will be le ith the best of
class manufact zers. We haN
Keep us in mind. We are go
CEIVED one of the nicest ass
for your nice Dress Goods. Yc
pecial attentiori to this line of g
uarahee not tq be undersold, e
DENTS' CORSET O
formerly with J. L. Miniaugh
TO TE ]
Thu tndersgnod have f
for the transact.on of n ge
Goods, under the firm-nan
RUFF. Will commence L
bOr 20 In the store now oc
Both" inbors Of the fir
some time in the,.Northo;
triote, A share 'of- the.
lilod. We ask that you
-w gr fr. JOHN M. .85%
~ud will be glad to 5 o-his~
-3-Than1ing my f
- e~lyfor the patronag
tat they will give
b'usL #. .J
*-JERSEY FLATS CHULL and FEVER
CURE is guaranteed by all merchants soil
inj it to cure, or money, refunded. For
a b MMaser Brce& Koin. ii
.-J. C. (JALDWELL & Co.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTs AND BROEEns,
HjAVE- conisti\nty on hand for sale
' town lots and oUnty proet Per
Sons wanting to purchase or so0? wl find
it to their, itrostst6!e9uter: with us.
*Real Estate bought and sold in any part
of the State or United-States.
L~L persons.arQ hereby warned against
hn ishing, or in any other
way trespassing upon the lands of the
undersi nod. The law will be strictly
J. F. MoMASTER,
J. M. STEWAR T
WOOD FORl SALE.
I AM ronre t sel habest 'OAK and
HIUKOR WOODas oheap as any
ody. Persons desiring the best burning
wood can scure it ro y.leavin
their orders tih .M oweI or wit
the undersigned. TIO
ALNOTHER. -SUPPLY OF THAT
ALSO SERVED L AILY,
FARMFiRs EWAD Tins.
Farquabar OUtivato~0 Hel8WO
~ $ou ant~o~ Wter and aT easy
T65 and Bo4iors~
n, our businese, has induced us
;oming fall: and winter trade.
ys to make our store-room as
Shoes and Boots from first
re given it our special study;
ing to please you.
r rOIRD & Co.
ortments of DRESS GOOD
u can get them here at home e
>ods this season. All person
ither ii this market or Columul
THE MARKET A
& Co., will be with D. A.
ornod a co)artncrship
noral buslic(; in Di ,
to of CALDWELL &
tsIaess about Septem
apied by S. S. Wol Ce.
in have beon spending
:i,. markets purchasing
1.wlll be now and at
mblio patronago Is so
wvatch our advertising
PSON will be with uis
S. P. OALDWELL,
F. EUFF.l- -
riends and the publie
e received in the past
mo a trial in this now
B. P. CALD WELL.
A. NEgt-Hlorse Enaine on wheols, a
1.Grist Mill of Elliott make, and a Gin,
all in good condition.
AND FEZD STADLED.
TIJANKS to all of my ensLomers
for past favors, anid willi t.hank them
more to -call and settle all old notes
carried over from last year ; also,
please take noico that their notes are
payable on the first of October, 18883
Those who are nnable to Bottle ini full
will pleaso coo and pay a pat and
keep thei~ old man in good spirite.
I have a good
as good as now, which I paid $125 for,
and will sell it for $75.
. A. WVILLIFouD,
,LIFE .II8URLANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
Asseta over q$118,000,000,
The 01heapest, Safest and Largest Com-.
pany in the world;
R1. 13, BOYLSTON,
R. DI. HANAIJAN, Agent.
a ~~.d e..,7.. Desporo, rg.
3 ever brought to Winnsbor
qually as cheap.
s wanting to buy a Suit will <
>ia. We mean jnst what we s
HENDRIX on and after Se
H e [3r G V i 3
A PORTION OF
WE guarantee every pair we soll
be purohasedI or money refunded.
The largest line on hand over handle
Boys' Gossamer Coats at $1.50. Ladle
not to hardon or leak, at 75o.
Call and soe us. We will do as much I
goods for es little money.
aVoios.o *9.00. Oe,
Fit i i hi 'OrO Cart,
Me nd nmg don~kog, Saridy :
Just ao,limber a1s when~ we Start,
*Yankee Doodlo Dandip ._
Platers of Fairfield
W'J E des8iro to say to those who need( (lins,
FTJoedora and Condensers, Pulleys
and S3haftng, to glIv us a call. We are
in the market and soil oni the merit of the
machines, If we don't give as good prices
and as good machinery, then we don't ox
peoct yu to buy. liui we intend to sol
the gn machinery needed here. W.s are
deaug squarely on b)usiness principles
and we don't ask( anyone to buy because if,
is homn.made, but buy because it suits the
customer. Come and give us a trial and
be convinced. Corres xndence sollcited
and promptly answore.
ELLIOTT GIN MAN'F'u 00.
APP'LXOATION FORI eIARTER.
NOIEis heoby given that a llea
tinwill be made to the next Legis
haturo for acharter .for the Winnsboro &
F'ish Datn Railroad, which will run fromi
Winnsboro to or near to, Fish Dami, in
Union Counm y.
G. IH MMASThUR
Write or call for prices.
r. P. ToAL,
Mob27txly Charleston, S. C.
D. There is no use sending to
Lo well to give us a call before
;)tcmber i, and will be glad to
OUR FALL AND
TOCK OF I
solid loather and as loW as samte Qan
d. Mon's Gossamer and Lustro Coats.
s' and Missos' Circulars, guaranteed
[G ANY GOODS
o pleaso you as any one olse, and sell
ART. -ste. 0.
This's tiho gig tIlat kt~ ~
A regular Ya, .e notion~
STATIONRY, ETC j
JUST RECEIVED, A LAUQE LOT
of Stationery of all kiinds;
SFine Fancy Note Pa er
Fine liagged go Noto Paper.
Commercial Note apr..
Packet noto Paper.
Visiting Carde n s1 the new varIoe
ties, Pens, Ink, and F0nolla at 10o
cet pricos., ~
PENS FIRSTMDA or
Jber next. Me elai oaif
Offers the a4vantae fhruhi
lgo couro ~~r a i
o1W ii its qtIMIv5ntt