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Saturday, September 16,
MAI L COLLECTIONS,
Letters will be collected from tle
1 .tter boxes at 11.25 a. M., 5.20 p. n..
and 9 p. m. daily.
Dry Goods-Q. D. Williford & Co.
Local Nrle is
-The criminal docket for the ap
proaching term of Court is not very
heavy. No murder cases so far to be
-No further clue ano theidentity of
tL.e thief who attempted to enter
Beatv's store Tuesday night has yet
been fonnd. He was tracked for a
short distance but the trail was soon
-The usual confusion incident upon
the opening of school has been quickly
gotten rid of this year at Mt. Zion.
All the classes have been already ar
ranged and the year's work mapped
out. The rolls show a full attendance
in all the departments.
-Friday was a genuine September
day, warm and sultry, but it was a
relief from the cloudy and disagreea
ble weather which we have been en
joving for some tine. The rain has
evidently stopped for a while and the
fair weather which we hope will now
continue will do the farmers a world
-Bestrades of cott on contintuc to
bring about 7-35. This scems to be
the present high water mark, though
a number of cotton men have told us
that it is their opinion that it is going
to advance in pr'ce. They think tie.
prospects of a rhe are extrenely
favorable. Not a great deal has been
brought to this niarket yet, but the
daily receipts are increaing very
rapidly. The wet weather has o;
course had a great deal to do with
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT, the
oreat B:ood Purifier, gives fresihe ir
hi.d clearness to the Complexion aid
cures Constipation, 25c., 50c. For
Sale at the Winnsboro Drug Store. .
FoUL PLAr WAS SUSPECTED.-The
Coronor held an inquest near town
Thursday over the body of a negro
infant which it seems had been buried
nder rather suspicious circumstances.
he body was exhumed, but a thorough
xaminatioe revealed nothing to indi
te that the infant was the victim of
ul play. Its death was produced by
AKING IMPROYEMENT.- . 11.
chin & Co. are fitting up the room
ninig their dry goods store and
d to use it to display their stock
thing. The room is admirably
to the purpose and the improve
in- the arrangement of the stor-e
considerable. Mr. Ketchin will
leave fo'r the North in a few days to
lay in a full stock for fall and wintea.
* STORMWAIFS.-J. L. Cauthen shot
and kille' a sea gull in the streets of
* ~ Rockton im last Wednesday. Tbis
waif had ejidently been blown up by
- ~ .'the recent tsrm from the- coast.. A
gentleman the same neighborhood
calls attenition to the increase in the
mosquitoes recently which he thinks
were also blown~ up by the storm. Hie
also remarks upon the size and verocity
of these visiting "animals".
A PARTY AT RIDGEWAY.-A large
number of Mr. John A. Desportes'
young lady and gentlemen friends
went to -Ridgeway Thursday evening
to attend a party given at the resi
desce of his parents. This hospitable
home was given up to the young people,
and to say they enjoyed themselves is
putting it mildly. Ridgeway was, of
course, largely represented, and the
affair was a gathering of the beauty
and chivalry of the two towns.
FOR LEBANON CHURCH.--An enter
tainmnent consisting of charades, tab
leaux, etc., will be given at the school
-house near the parsonage of Lebanon
Church on Thi'rsdg 28th inst., com
-mencing at 6 p. nm. Refreshments
will be served by the Ladies' Aid
Society. The Chester string band will
be in attendance and furnish music
for the occasion. The proceeds are to
be given to Lebanon Church. A large
crowd is expected and the success of
the entertainment is assured.
COULDN'T GET THlE OPERA HOUsE.
Manager Boag has refused to rent the
opera house for the production of
"Nevada" and consequently the idea
of presenting the play in Winnsboro
again has to be abandoned as no other
suitable hall can be gotten. Mr. Wlag
seems to think it more profitable to use
the opera house as a wareroom, and it
is probatble that the theatrical attrac
ttons this winter will be very few and
far between. We hope Mr. Boag will
not cot clude to close the house perma
nently as Winnsboro will then be cut
off entirely from the theatrical world.
See the world's Fair for Fifteen Cents.
Upon the receipt of ycur address ar.d
fifteen cents in postage stamps. we will
mail you prepaid our SoUVENIai PonT
FOLIO OF THlE WORLD'S COLUMRAN Ex
PoSITION the regullr price is Fifty cents,
but as we want you to have one, we make
the price nominal. You will find it a
work of nrt and a thing to be prized. It
coz'tains full page views of the great
buildir.gs, with deriptionls of same, and
is executed in highest style of art. If not
satisfied with it, after you get it, we will
refund the stamps and let you keep the
*11. E. BUTCKLEN & CO., Chicago,lb.
BROWiiS $?ON BI T TERS
ereusd rs a.'Genuine
de ma ad erosse(I T raPCier
RELIGIOUS SERVICEt.-SCIViCCS Will
be held in the following chnrches on
Associate lUeforned Presbyterian
11 a. in. by the pastor. Young Men's
Prayer Meeting at 10.15 a. n. Sun
day School at 6 p. m.
Presbyterian-11 a. in. by the pastor.
Sunday School at 5.10 p. in. Prayer
Meeting Wednesday at 5 3. p. In.
Methodist-11 a. in. by the pastor.
Sunday School at 5 p. m. Prayer
neeting Wednesday at 5.20) p. in.
Baptist-11 a. in. by Rev. Ja
>ez Ferris, pastor. Sunday School a
5 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday
t4 p. in.
Be modern. Don't harass the sys
cm with noxious drugs. Mouctery C1
ures Malaria, Nervousness, Iudiges
Oi and Bowel Comp!aints. It is
imple, pleasant to taste and leaves no
Q D. WIm1otD & Co.-Ths pro
ressive firn does not propose to al
low cyclones, motey panivs and short e
crops to interfere with tlh-r prepara- o
tions for the fall and %.inter trade. e
Messrs. Q. D. Williford and A. G. a
Douglass are at present "doing" the sI
Northern markets and purchr.sing an
unusually large stock of goods for the
approaching season. Mrs. Robinson,
who has charge ol the inimnery de
partient, is al~o at the Noi h posting c
herself on the correct styles of femi
ine head gear. You are invited to Q
inspect the fa]' and n inter clothing
Zor men and boys which is already
M1r. IL. J. 31MeCarley,- Of Collumbia,
was in town Friday.
Mr. J. B. Crosby bas gon;e to O.ange- v
urg to buy cotton for i . T. Fewe!l & se
Col. Witi. Jol.n-oni, of (Arlotte, ci
rva0s in Wint.sboro Friily on a busi- T,
te1w.s li-it. 11,
Lietut. and .\lr;. W. W. Whhe left co
Ehit ir vijit % as sh >rte:ted b\ ;he dleath 00
>fa nea he i of Ir. White. as
LOOK OUT FOR THiS MAN. sa
TiE NEwS P ND I En LD will in a
ew days put a man on the road to do
'oe'ting and take subscrip:ions. We
need money to run our business, and
we hope that our delinquent sub
eribers realizing this will make an
%ffort to settle their indebtedness. F.
We know very well the condition of b
Ihe country financially, but we simply be'
isk yeu to pay promptly the very at
mall ama~unt of your subscription to
he paper. We will publish our col
[ector's name so that subscribers may W
nIow whom to pay.
The marriage of Mr. Q. D. Willi
ord and Miss Addie Robinson at the
:esidence of the bride's father at EdJge
uood, York County, Thursday after
oonf at 2 o'clock was an extremely
retty and interesting ceremonuy. IRev. mi
V. S. Stokes, of Winnsboro, officiated; -
ind in a most impressive manner
mnited the happy couple ini the holy S
onds in accordance with the beauti
Eul service of the Methodist Church. -
The presents were unusually num
rous and handsome. The bride and of
~room left shortly after the ceremony Li
or a wedding tour through the North. s.
We regret that a fuller account of TC
the wedding does not appear in this
ssue, but THE NEws AND HERALD's in
representative was too indisposed thi
-esterday to be at the office. A more tai
satisfactory account will appear in our ~
ext ismue. of
In the meantime we join with their dai
)ther friends in wishing the y oung es
ouple an abundant measure of happi- sc]
SILOIl'S CURE is s<,d on a (
~uraee. It cares I 'ipienat Cau
uniptiona.. It i.s the Wcst Cough Cure. gi
nly one cent 'X'se. 25 ets, 50 eu., an
nd1.00. For sale at the Win-boro of
GET READY F'OR TIIE INSTITUTE.
The antnual Institute of the Fa i l d
Agricultural Societ y will be held be
' ore very long, and thoset who~ in1tend~
:b assjist i making~ i a sices should
at oce begin to priepare their exhlibits.
h- cxecutivCeucmmiittce has made
etra preparatio'I for thlie athir and(
s made arrangemlent,. fort the best
dispay a f Fain fiel~i's resources than
we have yet had. More prizes thant
usual have been offercd and other
inducements are held out to local ex
ibitor. The financial stingenlcy
should tot hiave atn~y (frect 11pon1 the
uccess of Firfield'e Ann zual Fair. It
does not roquire any outlay <f cash to
get up a ceditrbe exhibit, and we
think our people realize this. Not
nuh ini tt~ '.hapje of special indtitute C
amnuseennts has ever beenm provided, ir
but this year ani attemlpt will be made B
to secure attractionls 1;pmit froum the a:
Istitufte proper~ t'.r the enten tinm trent St
and amusement of vi-itors.
Every body wanlts to mauke the c 11n
ing event a huge succe5S a ad oni al
ides are hcard encoutragin~g expres
sion to this effect. Now if every
body woubtl n anifest hi5e sinceri'y by
~enerin .I sub:st aintia a-,,i-t ance, thlere
s tn esoin why li we m Lu d nolt h:.ve aj
C.nt .- Fair of '.lhieh w~ une wel he
I- akraned to iive perfet stsfaction,j
r money refundled. Price 2:3 e nts nel
bo. om sa hr M'@'3er & Co. '
[HE LOCOMOTIVE PU1
KINDLING NEW FI
MR. Q. D. WILLIFORD
sto in Dress Goods and Tiinr
epai tment. We propose to slo
er brought to this city. We <
ur trade. We propose to do 0
er beheld in Winnsboro. It i
ad anxiety to please the masse
orm cotton prices. We are b<
are showing stupendous bar
(.XTS that wAill surprise the si
MIRS. V. A. ROBINSON
U stock of Millinery.
Yours to please, whose t'
MR. TAL.BEli-S EVL GENIUS.
There is a tall, 1ght-haired Pennsyl
nia Republican named Brosius wh<
ms the ei l genius of Representativi
.lbert. The other day he objected t<
e introduction of the latter's finan
bill. Today (We nesday) whei
ibert asked unaiimors consent t
.re his resolution pre 'd'ng that th
nmittee on barking and curreme,
ould repo:t t, the lionse Represen
ive MeLourin's bill to issue $125,
0,000 of Treasury notes, Brosin
ain objected. With some asperity
d out of order, the South Carolir :al
id: "The gentleman objects t
ervth'ng. "- Charlotte Obserrer.
We offer One Hundred Dollas Re
rd for any case of Catarrh that can
t be cured by Hall's Catarrh Care.
F. J. CHENEY, & Co., Props.,
We the undersigned have know'
J. Cheney for the last 15 5ears, an
ieves hi . perfectly honorable in a
siness transactionls and financiaill
l to carry out any obligation mada
EsT & Tac.3.x, Wholesale Druggists
ALDING. IXINNAN & MARvIN, Whole
ale Drng.gis s, Toledo, 0.
hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
lly, acting directly upon the bloo<
i mucous surfaces ot the system
ice 75c. per bottles. Sold b'y a!
uiss. Testimonials free. *
aing a ton ic, or chuidren wno wi Duo:c
ingr up. cabould tak-,
BROWN'S 1~' IRN HTira.
t is pleasant; eures Malaria, Inidigest:on,
ATE OF Sor CAROLINA,
TEREAS, default has been made ii
the payment of the debt secured b:
ertain mortgage b:aring date 2nd dia'
December, 1890, made and executedbha
ra F. Wooten, of the~ County of Fair
d and State Ot South Carolina, to Mar:
Fairbanks, of King's County. Nev
rk, which said mortgage was duly re
ded in the office of the Rfegister oj
se Conveyanlces for Fairfield Countl
Book W, pages 3030:I.
ow, therefore, under and by virtue oj
power of sale in said mortgage con
e the said Matry S. Fairbanks. mort.
ee as aforesaid, will sell before th<
rt 1ouse in Fairfield County and Statt
South Carolina on Monday, the 2nd
-. ef October. 1893, at p)ublc auction
l.n the euas hMirs of sale, to the high
bidert for casfl, the soing~W~l de
ibed premfises, to wit:
\lt that tract or pareel of la:;d, lyint
( being in the County and State store
d. contining Two Hundred and Fort:
to) Ares, more or less on~ Lick Branch
ters of C: dar C'reek, bounded north b:
s!te of - Smaith, c',st by .Juhr
o, sout h by ti e estate , f - Prie<
d Thomas S.~Price, :2d west by land:
M 'I1:Y S. FAIlJmANKS,
.JOlIN T. SLOAN, JR.,
A* 1,LEN .1. C13EN,
SA L COT T ". (UlmEN,
e Jt"'i' r i. I :: 9-12td
ares all Female Complaints and Mtonthl
regularity, L.eucorrhoaorWites, Pai
~k or Sides, strengthens the feeble, buai
Sthe whole system. It has cured thousan<
d will cure you. Druggists have it. Ser
ap for book..
D. ;P. DE03000LE & CO.,-i ille,10 Kr'
OF . UE VSIT
omerclColle||ge L E INCTON,Kt
hea est&Best5usinlS~ess e intheWorJ
0,000 GraduatMflUifesa. Nearly 1 OOStude:
o waoIe dlu Tguition tioerY md Board, abou0
Bbeautiful and health~ul. For circulars address.
WILBUR R. SMITH3 L.EXINCTONl, 1K
M~ren Crv for Pitcher's Castori
HERS OF A LIVE ESTABLIc
RES TO INCREASE A FLAX
NG THE ADVANCES WHIC
UCCESS, MAKING THE Ll
IONS EVER MADE FOR TI
AND WINTER TRADE.
is North buying stock; also Mr. A]
ings is acknowled ged, will give his s
>w you the
:Line -.of Dry
lon't intend to let panics, cyclones,
ur duty at all hazards. We will shov
s impossible to do the business witho
s. We intend to make it lively for cc
ating last Fall's record in styles and
gains in BOYS' SUITS this Fall. N4
will return from the North in a few d(
eless energi's will never let up,
L W. BROWN
Areoent dIoy by an old
- mo~n*Ai bg tko"ad bf La
medlernes in paeeor tsti[~C Wooe rcoox
' ec1 P inplace f EA& O18.lU Ia'
SM cnts U lpota, i "0ter *dWA wrilk end ld
) by resAr Mal Fulsaedptll&5i l
en'loe to laien only. 24st ps
No~d . 3 hOr lckDe~l lb.I
blASTLER & COG'[
CALL ATTENTION TO A FINE
Tablets, Note Books,
I Scheol Books, Slates, &c.
Also to their supply of Oils, viz.:
Train, Neatsfoot, Lard, Machine,
Spermn, Ried and White Kerosene,
Olive, Castor and -Black
Buggy and House Paints.
Lucerne, Barley and Rye Seeds.
Large Sizes of Double Thick
and Common Window Glass.
Wrapping Paper and Paper Bags at
lowv prices to merchants.
W E 1AVEOPE'NED IN T11E
1~1Estore-rootr. iormerly used by us
ijas a stabb.: tine line of
BOOTS, Etc. Etc.
A si iin fact the tl'ngs that th:e farmers
ned. We also se.Il he
Rock Hill Co's
We also have in stock IlIlNESS,
BRIDLES, SA DDLES, &c., of
every descr ipt ion that will be
sold to suit thbe timnes. We
will also carry on our
LIVERY, FEED, SALE &
in rear of the store, and shall be pleased
to see onr friends and~ customrers, and
we promise to give thtm value for
grStables kept open day and night.?
HALL & CRAWFORD'
WINNSBORO, S. C.
SUITABLE FOR SYRUP.
a For sale at
_F. W. HA3ENICIIT'S
~Coffns, Caskets an Burial Cases
'4LL sizes, qualities and prices, for
* Li sale at the old stand, J. .M.
- Elliott's Gin Shop. All orders might
Sor day promptly executed. Gratefu
-for past patronage and solicitous for
the future. J. M. ELLIOTT, SR.
SATURDAY, A UST 12,1893,
The Corner Store will Commence
C"O"E4. 4.A.WI-I cONI..T",
A CLEARANCE SALEOF ALL SUMMER
LOW CUT SHOES,
CLOTHIN&, &O., &f..
rhis Sale will continue
tW-September 1, 1893.
AVe intend to give GENUINE BARGAINS by giving to
the purchaser our well known durable goods at
COME AND SEE.
QrTMea M a C Zt F ro.0
'T BUY A EN MORINE
UNTIL YOU HEAR FRUM US.
WE Al E SELLING TiE CELEBRATE!)
We sC them for e I, oi the instalment plan, or on time until next fall
s we want everybody to have a WHEELER & WILSON No. 9, we will
ade For A our old machine. Or if you h'Lve a new one th4t is so heavy, or
:e that niakes as much fuss as a steam engine, let us know and we will trade
In fact our advice to you is:
Trade that sewina machine of thine*
]for Wheeler & wilson No. 9.
P EH. KETCHIN & Co.
3argainx. Bargains. Bargains.
WE ARE SELLING OUT OUR STOCK OF
Ladies' Summer Undervests,
Ladies' and Misses' Oxford Ties and Slippers.
en's Low Qsiarter Shoes,
Men's and Boys' Summer Clothing and Neckwear,
t a BiG REDUCTION in prices for SPOT CASH. All
RESH STOCK. Come and take advantage of these rare
A. MACDONALD & 00.
BL ACKSTOCK, S. C.
- Z-FAST TI ME
*Asheville, N. 0. tO Chicago, Din.
Through Pullman Car.
,AsxrzvzzThi, (R. & D- R- ft-) 4:08 P-M. VIA
v. KNOXVILLE, (E. T. V. & G. Ry.) 8:00 P.M. The Richmond& Daavi//e,
r. HAaRRIMAN, (E. T. V. & G. Ry.) 9:50 P-. ...
Lr. L EXINGToN, (s & C. R. R. 4:30 A'' East ennes3ee, Yigiaa I
r. LoUIsvILLIE, (Lou. So.) 7:59 A.M. owgia; ueen I ceseat
y. LouIsvILLIE, (Penn. R. R.) 8:x5 A-M~ andPenney/raniaRaleadi.
r. INDIANAPoIs, (Penn. R. R.) 11:40 A.M.
r. CHICAGO, (Penn. R. R-) 5:45 P.M. # NOTE TH E
A through Chicago Sleeper via Cincinnati, secured .
t Harriman arrives at Chicago by Big Four Route at
i5 p. m. Stop-overs allowed at Cincinnati, Louis
iille and Indianapolis.
C~A.I. ON OZE 'W Z.E*
oHN~ L. MIL.AN: Trav. Pass. Agt., C. W. Muarar, Ticket Agentb
KNOXVIILE, TENiN. Assavr.LE, N. C.
C. A, BENSCQTER, Div. Pass. Agt., B. W. WR ENs, G. 1'. & T. A.,
BnaThe Qu * icN oT fod h
a- CONLY THROUGH CA LINE TO CHICAW0.
Fro Aheill Pin 8~e.HtSsn ad
C5(?ACO~A . n oxvilEENa & D.ECET VT. & .
L.8.R.H. Luivilean te eG. Lines
HMRNT ; SMOKING AND
[ING BUSINESS, ARE
H LEAD TO COM
bert Douglass, whose exquisite
pecial attention to buying for this
,hort crops and hard times effect
you the GRANDEST STOCK
ut goods. We are full of activity
mpetition with the best goods at
LMing prices on GENTS' OVER
ys, where she has been buying
A NICE FRESH LOT OF
EMONS, ('Ut U.M ElR PICKLE
and Chow ( h->w, very cheap, and
in any qu1itytV .onl wall!.
Pork Saussee, best ll Cicain Cheee,
Block's Soda Crackers, the
best on the market.
[f you want good Tea and Coffee, this
is the place to get it.
h nice asortment of fine Candies
always on hand.
moke my Old Glory Cheroot, the best
in the world for the money.
Ullw me to call your attention to myJ
Crown Safety Oil, which gives
entire satisfaction to
R. .T MATT HEWS.
LOP. STARCH, b
vil be kept full and complete
uring the summer months.
When needing anything in
mr line call on us and we
vill make prices that wvi
We have a new line ol 2
md 4 gallon jars, roc. per
Plant Cow Peas after it '
rains. We have a nice lot ~
n hand and will sell them
etchen & Cathcart.
WXe have a nice line of
hich we offer cheaper for
cash or fall payment. WVe
are agents for the
and offer them cheap. Give
us a call before you pur
chase a buggy or
W. PR. Doty & Co.
~iJ ENT3~ ST IY
B J. QUATTLEB3AUM, D. D S.
orvINNannR .y C.