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Tueslay, September 19, 18 1
Leers will be collected from the
I.tier boxes at 11.25 a. m., 5.20 p. in.,
and 9 p. m. daily.
Local I leitf
-A large supply of school books at
* THE WIsN-BROto DRUG STORE.
-There will be a meeting of the
1. 0. G. T. this evening at 8 o'clOck.
A full attendance is requested.
-Sunday and Monday are the only
two days since the -torul that can be
called even pleawaLt and they were
genuine fll days-cool nights and
mdriigs with bright but not uncom
fortably warm snnshine.
-The best asor1fltmt of stand laiaps
ever brought to town at
* THE WI-N~zsor~O DiRcG; STonE
-Dr. D. E. Jordan announced Sun
dAy that lie woul.d be abrent froun
Winnsboro on next Sunday. lie has
accepted ati invitation to asi.t Rev.
Mr. McLin in a serviee to be be:d in
the latter's church on tl at day.
-The price of cotton is still rising,
aud if we ar3 not very much mistaken
Winnsboro is going to sustain her
reputation as a cotton market. A
L stiil greater rise is predicted 'by the
cotton men and to those who keep posted
as to the state of the market. All con
ditions are favorable to a realizition
of this prophesy.
-One barrel finest grade uiacnbie'.
oil just opened at
* THE WiNsBnoO DRrG STORE
Be modert. Don't harass the sys
tern with i(.xious drugs. Monetery
cures Malaria, Nervousness, Indiges
tion and Itowel Complaints. It -
d.epcl. pleasant to taste and leave. 11n
Tn; WATLr SUPPLT.- The follow
ingis t1e report of the policemlan .1
the water tiply im asurernlentI takni
onl Moniday norniig
I t. i .
Court -houise cistern.......... 14 8.4
)epot cistern............ 14 1
Elliott's cistern............... 9 1
Neil's cistern............. 15 101
Miller's cistern............... 7 6
Phillips' cistern.............. 9 7
Gummtings' cistern..........1 90
DEATR OF JAS. R. SLOAN.-Mr. Jas.
L. Sloan, a well known citizen of
Fairfield, died at his home near Horeb
on Monday motning. The deceased
had been in bad health for some time,
at neither he tnor any of the menmbers
Chis family suspected the serious
ure of his malady. 11is death was
tirely, unexpected. Mr. Sloan was
'ot fifty-six years of age, and like
~thful Carolinians served his coun
nriz'g the war as a member of the
Reghneut, S. C. Vilunteers. le!
a wife and-four child-eni.
IT 'Is NOT PomLAL.-We haven't
been in Ridgeway since the opening
of the dispensary there, but from the
I informnatic-i received on the subject
we are l'ed to believe that the "Pal
metto Jurg" is just about as unpopular
- - there ast it is in Winnsbore. We
haven't had an opportunity of seeing
the official report of the dispenser,
but if the business is comparatively no
greater than that of the local establish
ment it is a source of very little profit
either to town or county.
CHANGE IN BANK HOURS.
We are authorized to irive notice
that comtnencing today the Winnsboro
National Bank and the Peoples Bank
will until further rnotice open at 9 30
-a. m. and close at 2.3* p. mn.
Capt. C. S. Dwight is on a vi-it to
Roy. and Mrs. J. L. :ncLm tian~ r..
Miss Rlay Cummxinags has returned
IromU a visit to' Rock Hill.
-Miss Helen Rluff; of Rlock Hill, is
visiting relatives in town.
WV. .i. Shelton, of the Columbia
Rllghter, was in town Sunday andU
Miss Marion Dol d, who las just
assumed charge oi a school at Nelson's,
was in town Saturdav.
Mr. Wmn. Lumnpkin, ason of Mr.
T. T. Lnwpkin, has ret urned t
Winusibore atter quite a long nbsence
Mr. David Elliott, who is now in
the emplov of the Standard Musie Co..
of Wini>, N. C., is on a visit to his
Rev. A. N. Payn~e, of Atlanta, is in
WinsaborO. I!e is at present making
a tour through this State vi-iitng the
colored Presbyterian ch u:che s.
Mr. Wmn. Coan, of Spartainburg,
- art ived in town a few days ago. He
i< a cotton buy er atnd comes here to
assist his brother, Mr. J. E. Coan.
-How's Th si
We offer~ One Hundred Dollats Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
rot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY, &t Co., Props.,
We the undersigned have known
----F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believes hi - perfectly honorable in alt
'business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligatiowitmade
- by their firm.
WEST & TRUAX,.Wholesale Druggists.
W1-DIG, KINNAN & M AnvIN, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hhall's Catarrhi Cure is taken itnter
nlty, acting directly upon the blood
and mlucot's surfaces ot the system.
Price 75c. per bottles. Sold by all
Druggists. Tfestimonials free. *
SkildrauCry for Pitcher's Castoria.
TIS IS THE CORRECT THlING.
The Fairfield Agricultural S.iety
ield an important meet.ing in the
rown Hall Monday and transacted
)>le business which will interest
very citizen of Fairfield. The ,secre
ary is preparing a detailed report for
Lin-: NEws At' HE1RAM) and the same
vill we hope be received for publi
ation in our next issue.
Probably the most important matter
tiscussed by the Society was the propo
ition to enter Fairfield as a competi
ion at the Augusta Exposition. The
dea, it seems, was popular from the
tart, and it was decided to appoint
uitable committees to prepare an ex
ibit of Fairtield's resources. These
onnittees will go to work at once
tud get up something creditable to the
ounty. Everybody should lend 'a
and because the premiumn is most de
dedly worth workinig for and then
.o the advertisement is an important
i.I:iid rti n .'~ild-i~
>At anid v:Irii-h at
* 'lTm-: WiNsnor~o li:u;m 6En.
DIRECT ROUTE TO TIIE WOlLD'S
The Richmond and Danville Rtail
road is selling round trip ticlkets to
hicago at very low rates, and will
ive you choice of routes via Knox
Ville and Cincinnati or Louisville; via
Atlanta and Chaztano(ga; via Rich
noiad or Washitgt itn. Also, a very
[ow rate tickiet either guii:g or re
urning via Niagara Falls, with stop.
>ver privileges. There is nothing
saved by going -n (xcursions trains,
as same rate is ch:arged on trains of
ldi kind as on regular trains of the
Richmeand and Dainille Railroad.
Thruce throngh p:-irtg' r raus,
u-ch way, dailyv,-goo(-d connactions
qnicket- tine to Chicago-only one
3giht. an ti le road.
F0:- att s, 5cledu" les or (1ther:1 infor
rautiol , cAlI c-n or adJies iny ;ticket
itent of th~ ehithond anid 1)auville
[Iilread, (Ir Cha ;. L. lloiskin-,
Eravelling Paesenger Agent, Charlotte,
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT, the
great Blood Puritier, dives freshness
and clearness to the Complexio;n and
ures Constipation, 25c., 50%. For
Sale at the Winnsbo.o Drug Store. .
The fl11 term of the Court of Gen
eral Sessions and Common Pleas open
d Monday morning, ITis honor Judge
The criminal docket was quickly
put itn shape for the week's work, and
the other preliminaries attendant upou
the couvening of Court were con
cluded without the loss of unnecessary
This is Judge Gary's first visit to
Winnsboro in a judicial capacity, but
e has already very favorably im
nressed those with whom he is by his
duties brought into contact. lie
seems perfectly at home upon the
bench, and is undoubtedly thoroughly
posted on every detail of the duties
that attach to his important office.
The following cases were disposed
of during the first day:
State vs. Robt. and Elleni Jeter, in
dicted for receiving stolen goods.
Buchanan & Hlanahan and Ragsdale
& Ragsdale for defense. Verdict
Guilty as to Robert Jeter, and not
guilty as to Ellen Jeter.
State vs. John Coleman, grand lar
eny. Defendant plead guilty.
Case of State vs. Abraham Cunning
ham, house breaking and grand lar
The Court then adjourned until 10
olock this morning.
^ Don't forget Ite lie Winnsboro
Drug Store has a largre sto~ck of drnes
Mr. Q.DI. wi liford and Miss Addie Ro
binson are Married at Edgemnoor.
It has not often been our pleasure
to attend a prettier marriage than that
of Mr. Q. D. Wilhiford and Miss Addle
Robinson last Thursday. When the
party from Winnsboro left, a heavy
cloud was overhead and it had been
raining several (days previous. Al
though our young friend, who had
now concluded with Simonildes that
"of earthly goods, the best is a good
wife", had had mostly sunshine in his
life (and aheays good luck when he
had stretched his hands 'for all other
poSesins) we feared the good
omens would not be with him on this
the happiest day of his life. Never
theless, Thursday morning come with
the sun "tempering the hues and
hearts of all who walked in its rays";'*
a beautiful day it was; like Mr.
Grady's ideal Chrstnmas day it was
"shot to the core with sunshine", and
w hope we prophetic of the future
life of this young couple.
The ceremony took place at the home
of the bride's parenits, M\r. and Mt's.
Sidiey itobi nson, at Edgenmoor', a
prety little station on the G. C. & N.
R R., int Chester County, at 2 o'clock
in the afteriioon. The handsome par
lors and dining hail were artistically
decorated with beautiful I->wers andl
With the measumred strains of the
wedding march by Miss Lillye Yin
c- t, of Baltimore, the couple marched
into the parlor preceded by the ushers,
Messrs. M. Robinson and A. G. Doug.
iass. passing between the ushers and
Itaking their p.,sitdon ini front of Rev.
V. S. Stokes, were united ini marriage
by the sojlemn~ and impressive Metho.
dist Episcopal ceremony.
The-brid wore a cosetume of white
- 'IE L OCOMOTIVE PUSH
KINDLING NEW FIRF
3R. Q. D. WILLIFORD is
taste in Dress Goods and Trim mini
department. We propose to show
ever brought to this city. WeV dor
our trade. We propose to (o our
ever beheld in Winnsboro. It is i1
and anxiety to please the masses.
storm cotton prices. We are beati
W are showing stapendous bargai
0 ATS that will surprise the shre,
MRS. V. A. ROBINSON wil
our stock of Millinery.
Yours to please, whose tirel
silk, point lace. Ornaments-dla
Some time after the warm and sin
cere congratulations of friends, lunch
was announced and a most e!egant
lnch it was.
The large number of presents were
exceedinglv handsome and attested
the popularity of the young couple. 1
At 5.:'0 o'clock, the bride and groom
boarded the G. C. & N. train for
Baltimore, New York and other places.
Mr. Williford, although one of our
youngest merchants, by business tact
and capacity and by indomitable
energy has been very successful.
Miss Robinson is the eldest daughter
of Mr. Sidney Robinson, of the firm
of J. M. Robinson & Bro., who has
large farming and manufacturing in
terests and is regarded as a very sue
It should ba in Every House.
J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharpsihurg,'
Pa., says he will not be without Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs,
and Colds, that it cured his wife who was '
hreatened with Pneumonia after an attack~
of "La Grippe," when various otherremne
dies andt several physicians had done her
no good. Robert Barber, of~ Cooksport,
Pa , claims Dr. King's New Discovery has
done him more good than anything he ever
used for Lung Trouble. Nothing like it.
'ry it. Free Trial Uottles at McMaster
& Co.'s Drug Store. Larg.e bottles, S0c.
n:1l.00. * ]i
- Buckien's Arnita Salve
T E BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, TVetter, Chepped Ilands, Chill ulains, I
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and po-l
ively cures Piles, or no pay required 1'
is guaranteeAd to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refurnded. Price 23 ents pem
box. For sale by Mtas'er & Co. '
BRaowN S; IaIN uITTE;RS.
All alers keep it.1 erbo!e. Geuminehas
r~de muarZ and er.Ned' red 1-~~ on wrapper.
SrAFI OF SoU nt CAP.oLIU, I
Fa-r feld Cournty. $
IflEAS, del ault has b.'en mada in
the ipayment of the debt seured by 1
a certain mortgage b:aring date 2nd day
of December, 1890O, made and executed by a
Laura F. Wooten, of the County of Fa-r
field nd State o& South Carolina, to Mary 4
S Fairbnks, of King's County. New
York, wl.lch said mortgagre wvas duly re
orded i.' th~ office ot thie te=:ister '.f
t. 'ut llouse ini Fairfield County and .Stat
f nut Carolina on Monday, the 2nd
day o Oc tober, 18'9:: at public auction,
w tn the e.gal hours of sale. 1o the high
est bdder for eash, the '.dllowing do
cibd~ premist s, to wit:
All that tract or pace of la-.d, lying
nd bing in the (outy and State store
aid cnltainin:g Tlwo 11lun'ired and Forty
24u) Ares, tuo:en or less o:i Lie-k litanch,
waters of C. dar Creek, borundedl north by
the ette of - -Smaith, east by ,John_
Booi sout h by thle estate <f - Pr iceJ
and h'oas N. P'rice, and west by lands
of IIatti'e F. FEntzmin.e;
M'* ItY S. FAIlt!L\NKS,
.JOliN T. SLOAN, .JR.,
A t.LEN .J. Z1kEEN,
llA LCOT f . G itEEN,
A ttorn..ys. 1
Cures all Female Complaints and Monthly
irregularity, LeucorrheaorWhites, Painin
Back or Sides, strengthens tihe feeble, buuils
p the whole system. It has cured thousands
and will cure you. Druggists have it. Send
tanip for book.
Di. J P. DE03000LF..tC0-, LouIsville, Ky.
DDR .DAVED) AEKiEN of
vces to the citizensof tiu town i
and County. A shiarc o, pul.e pationage
O~flice, No 9 WVan in gtonl Street, t wo
ERS OF A LIVE ESTABL
S TO INCREASE A FLA
THE AVENUES WHI(
"CESS, MAKING THE I
,S EVER MADE FOR
AND WINTER TRADE.
North buying stock; also Mr.
s is acknowledged, will give hi4
ine e of a Dry
't iltenld to let panics, cyclones
luty at all hazards. We will sl:
npossible to do the business wit
We intend to make it lively for
ng last Fall's record in styles ar
s in BOYS' SUITS this Fall.
I return from the North in a few
ss energies will never let up,
.The Great Engish Remedy.
.PwomotD and eUM82en.
LINE Of or zcem
Sehoo prescribed o e
Alsotot ei rsu Io i of ca
ctM4cno knowmn. AA
Orvlest Tor WOOD'S Po
-Alf. o --= ~n
Is leave hisdishonest store, Incls price I
tter. and w usnd by ret .m o
S~ 81;i ~L I M tfZ~?t05 sa
, Sizes1 Woo en D obl Thic
Man = ommnWinowGls
In Papewr an% Paerol Bas
cIAST ER & CO
oALL ATTENTION TO A FIN
rablets, Note Books,
SRhool Books, Slates, &c
BUGGIES.~sfot Lrd M .hi
OliDE, storLEnd &lcko
eve ry nespo thtOils. b
3ugyiad os e Paimes.W
IVERe, BarEEaDRy SEe
rEXCHANEs Dul S T hicE
rad ommbsone Wndowal belease
> leor ries and mecusts a
S be prom ie tl ie ihm aue
HAe LF~ ~v n~c BAR RES
UITABL FED SALEUI
Cr~rof s, Cskoes and Buall beClas<
A L sizes qaieties and ptries, fl
aClen. It th e old 11 st a l J. 4
f ir patton agndsliiou.
theNfture OJ.. LIOT n.
ISHMRNT; SMOKING ANL
MING BUSINESS, ARE
-'H LEAD TO COM
Albert Douglass, whose exquisit(
s)ecial attention to buying for thi
short erops and hard times effeel
tow you the GRANDEST STOCE
hout goods. We are full of activit3
competition with the best goods a
id prices on
Naming prices on GENTS' OTER
days, where she has been buvirnc
A NICE FRESH LOT OF
SLE \; ONS. (-U(U sl 1E'l PICKiL
and (hv ( hi 'w, very chenp, and
inayquninity %oil wvant.
Pork Saisage, best i ill Cie m Cheei e,
A Block's Soda Crackers, the
best on the market.
If you want good Tea and Coffee, this
is the place to get it.
A nice awsortment of fine Candies
always on hand.
Smoke my Old Glory Cheroot, the best
in the world for the money.
All-w me to call your* attention to my
Crown Safety Oil, which gives
entire satisfaction to)
RI. .T MATTHEWS.
SUGA RS, TEAS,
wvill be kept full and complete
during the summer months.
When needing anything in
3and 4 gaiiun jars, 10o. y
Plant Cow Peas after it
rains. We have a nice lo1
on hand and wvill ,:ll themr
Hetchen & Cathot.
_We have a nice line of
which we offer cheaper foi
cash or fall payment. We
are agents for the
and offer them cheap. Giv(
us a call before you pur
chase a buggy or
W. R. Dloty & Co,
ht B . QUATTLEBAUMI, D). D S
WT\NR~ORO ,2. '
The Corner Store will Commence
A CLEARANCE SALE'OF ALL SUMMER
X) 11 T g' 0 .T~
LW CUT SHOES,
CLOT HIN&, &C., &CG.
This Sale will Continue
to September 1, 1893..
We intend to oive GENUINE BARGAINS by giving to
the purchaser our well known durable goods at
ea~7 a 1P e M oE -m cor::' I
COME AND SEE.
QT. l\/ Beaty do Bro.)0
DON'T BUY A STWUNG JAGIIINE
UNTIL YOU HEAR FRCM US.
WE AI IE TSEING TIlE ,ELEBI1ATEI
We sll thcin for c ish, on the instalmept plan, or on time until next fall
As we want everybody to have a WIIEELER & WILSON No. 9, we will
trade for % our oh, machine. Or if you htve a new one thit is so heavy, or
one that rnakes as much fass as a steam engine, let us know and we will trade
In fact our advice to you is:
* Trade that sewing machine of thine
For Wheeler & Wilson No. 9.
T. H. KETCHIN & CO..
Bargainr. Brgain.5 Bargains.
WE ARE SELLING OUT OUR STOCK OF
Ladies' Summer Undervests,
Ladies' and Misses' Oxford Ties and Slippers.
Men's Low Ogiarter Shoes,
Men's and Boys' Summer Clothing and Neckwear,
At a BiG REDUCTION in prices for SPOT CASH. All
FRESH STOCK. Come and take advantage of these rare
A. MA CDONA LD & CO.
BL A'KCTOrK. 4. v
vilN. C. to Chicago, Ills.
Through Pullman Car.
Lv. ASHEVILX.E, (R. . R. R. ) 4* P.M V
Lv. KNoXVILLE, (E. T. V. & G. Ry.) 8:0o P.,z- The Richmnand & Danwille,
Ar. ARRIMAN (E. T. V. & G. Ry.) 9:5 P.. s ensee ~ii
Ar. LoLIsvILLEx, (Lou. So.) 7:59 A.M- Geogia; Queen & Crescent
Lv. LoUISVILLE, (Penn. R- R-) 8:Ig A .M. G odP.nsyna~f aldde.
Ar. INDIANArO.Is, (Penn. R. R.) II:40 A.M.
Ar. CHICAGO, (Penn. R- R-) 5:45 n.M. # NOTE TH E
TrI1V[E A1%T7D ROUTrE.
A through Chicago Sleeper via Cincinnati, secured
at Harriman arrives at Chicago by Big Four Route at
5:15 p. m. Stop-overs allowed at Cincinnati, Louis
ville and Indianapolis.
O A TI -T- 1% OZn WR2"PE
JOHN L. MILAM: Tray. Pass. Agt., -C. W. MURPHY, Ticket Agent.
K~roXVHLE, TENN. ASHEVnILLE, N. C.
C. A. BENSCOTER, Div. Pass. Agt., B. W. WzRNr, G. P. & T. A..
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RA ONL ROUBCR I RS HIA0
GTeUEN & CRESCE~T oRnfOstE
Aa t e usfo Aa Sto cin nati. Both -