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LAUAL INTELLIGEN E.
Tharsday, September 21, 1893 b
MAn. coLLIEc'IONS, j
LeMers will be collected from the ti
Iltter boxes at 11.25 a. m., 5.20 p. i., fu
and 9 p. m. daily.
New Advertiernenta- re
Opening - A. Macdnald & Co.,
Blackstock, S. C'p
- Cotton has made no very material
advance in price within the past day A
or two, but it is holding its own nobly. ac
Everybody is looking for a rise and -g
we believe it is coming. As a cotton d
market, Winnsbore is on top now and
that's where our town will be found L
when the season clses.
DESTROYED tB1 FIRE.-Dr. J. Aus
tin Scott, of the Pea Ridge section, A
had his dwelling house totally de
stroyed by fire Tuesday night. The
origin of the fire is not known. We
were unable to obtain any further par- B
SHILOH'S CURE, the grcat Cough
and Croup Cure, is in great demand.
Pocket size contains twentyfive doses d
only 25c. Childien love it. Sold at w
the Winnsboro Druz Store. o
Mu. MEANS INJCRED.-Mr. J. Wil
bur Meaus, of Chester, was painfully
injured in a railroad wreck on the Illi- cl
nois Central near Chicago Monday
night. Mr. Means has many acquam-t
tances in Winnsboro who will deeply e
regret his misfortune. The exact ti
nature of his injuries is not yet known. i
A MILLINERY OFEINiflG.-A. Mac
donald & Co., of Blackstock, will dis
play their large stock of fall and win
ter millinery on the 21st, 22nd and 1,
23rd inst. The public is most cordially
invited to attend this grand opening
and see what a handsome array of bats V
and bonnets there is to choose from.
Watch their space in these columns fir Ii
something interesting. u
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Mrs. R. C. Gooding is viidng rcla- d4
tions in Rock Hill.
Messrs. T. W. Woodward & Co.
are mofing into their new stoie at P1
Miss Meriitt has returm-d home cE
after a visit to the fa!ni! ot Dr. n
Miss Louise Ellison has returned tr
rom a visit to Miss Annie Brailsford Il
t her home in Clarer donl County. te
Mr. T. 11. Ketchen left Tuesday for
ltimnore and New York to buy his sE
.k of fall and winter goods. lie
ets to buy an unuIually large f
EAH OF MAS. C. S. BRICE. a
. Brice, wife of C. S- Brice, Sr.,
ery suddenly of heart trouble at
ome, near Woodward, at 12 m
.och Tuesday. She had been un- o:
well foiy several days before her death,
but on tihe very day she died showed c
marked isign~s of improvement. Her T
end therdfore camne most expectedly. A
Mrs. Birice was a most estimahle
woman, atad in the community where
her married life was spent she was c
universally *igmired. She was a Miss C
Gooch, a fardily nam? well known in
Lancaster Couanty. t
The funeraE servicer were held on k
A ENATORIAL JAMBOREE. hi
Some pretty tough stories have been
told on Senator John L. M. Iby, but
there is one now going the rounds that 0n
is right hard on the Junior Senator. ?
He is said to have landed in Columbia es
! Tuesday morning wearing a brace of fz
guns and a beautiful jag. ie didn'tT
use his guns, but handled them in t
such a fearfully suggestive way that C
two colored hackmen were nearly g
frightened out of their wits. The
State of Wednesday has a full account a
of the Senatorial jamboree. It is said c<
that he will be arrested, upon his re- C
appearance in Columbia, for beinga
drunk and disorderly. h
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT wil t
purify your Blood, clear your Corn-t
plexion, regulate your Bowels and
make your Head clear as a bell. Soc.t
and 56e. Sold at the Winnsboro Drugt
A RECTOR F.OR THI "PISC'OPAL p
CHUr . c
m eig for some months with- p
out a regular rector the congregations n
of the Episcopal Churches at Winns- J
boro and Ridgeway have secured the
services of the Rev. S. E. Prentiss, a
talented young South Carolinian. Mr..
Prentiss has until very recently been
in charge of a parish in Indiana, and
it was while on a visit to his old home 9
that he received and accepted the call
to the Winnsboro and Ridgeway
Churches. Lie is a son of the oldest
and most learned of the ministers of
this diocese, and his decision to return
to his native State is certainly a most ~
welcome one. The Episcopalians of 1:
Fairfield are to be congratulated upon
their selection of Mr. Prentiss and his
*- rectorship here will most assuredly be
satisfactory. He conducted his first
service here Wednesday afternoon.
It Should be in Every House.
J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharpsburg,
Pa., says he will not be without Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs,
and Colds, that it cured his wife who was
threatened with Pneumonia after an attack
of "La Grippe," when various other reme
dies and 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.
Try it. Free Trial Bottles at McMaster
& Co.'s Drug Store. Large bottles, 50c.
The coart of General Sessions has
en engaged this week in disposing
a number of very trivial cases.
ere are no very important cases onl
e criminal docket this term. The
Hewing are the cases heard en
aiesday and Wednesday:
The State vs. Geo. Dell. Order
versing judgment of trial jstice.
State vs. Arron Alston. Case nol
State vs. Edward Stevenson et al.
sault and battery of a high and
0ravated nature. Verdict-N o t
ilty. Ragsdale & Ragsdale for the
Case of the State vs. Alfred Cason.
rceny of live stock. Ragsdale &
gsdale, counsel for defense, moved
r a continuance of case on the ground
absence of material witnesses.
fer kearinig argument his Honor
The next case was that of the State
Robert McLurkin et al. Riot.
earing of this case postozned until
The above else consumed the whole
tv and it was late in the alternoon
en the case was put into the hands
the jury. J. E. McDonald and
agsdale & Ragsdale for defenwc.
. D. Doug!ass assisted ih the prose
Be modern. )on't harass the sys
i with noxious drugs. Monetery
res Malaria, Nervousness, Indiges
on and Bowel Complaints. It is
mple, pleasant to taste and leaves no
PRESENTMENT OF THE GRAND
the Honorable Earnest Gary, Presid
ing Judge, at the Septemiber term of 2
Court, for Fairfield County; S. C.: 2
We, the grand jury, beg leave to re
1. That we desire to extend on be- S
lf of our people a welcome to your
onor on this your first official visit to
;, and for ourselves to acknowledge
tr indebtedness for your plain expo
ion of the law, which greatly aided
in the performance of the duties
volved upon us.
2. That we have pssed upon all
e bills handed to tis by the Solicitor.
3. That -%e have exatmitied all the
tblic bui'dings and iind them in good
adition. W e report as fol:ows con
rning the County Poor Ilonse, viz.:
ie building in good condition and
atly kept. Inmates 18; wlhites 8:
lored 10; sick 4. All report good
eatment and are well satistied. Five
ad of cattle, two .giving milk, all
; two mules, fat. and .sleek; eigh
en head of hogs, twelve to kill this
1I; 150 bushels cof old corn on hand;
me old fodder; 7500 bundles new
)dder: estimated~ 450 bushels of corn
field. Will make about four baics
cotton; 31 gallons of sorghum;
00 potwds shucks. All the inmates
)eak well of MIr. and Mrs. Cameron
keepers of the institution.
W. S. Robinson, -
The following is the report of comn
ittee appointed to examine the public
The committee of the grand jury
>pointed to examine the books of the
ounty offices beg leave to report,
aat with the assistance of 3Ir. Jas.
Brice as an expert have made as
morough examination as the time
ould admit. We examined the Audi
r's, Treasurer's, Probate Judge's,
ounty Commissioner's, Sheriff's,
erk of Court's offices and books, and
und the offices in good condition,
e books in the main neatly, and as
r as our examination went accurately
3pt, with vouches on file for all dis
rUseent, and ask that Mr. Jas. A.
rice be paid $7.50 for one and one
tlf days service. Respectfully sub
4. That we have examined the books A
the Trial Justices and find them
atly and correctly kept, except as to
r. U. WV. Brooks, as we found no 'I
~idence of the funds for costs and
3es having been turned over to the
reasurer, thought it is quite probable I
at he has done so.
5. That we call the attention of the b
munty Commissioners to the dan
rous condition of Bell's Bridge over
ittle River, and request that they
ther make the bridge safe or make
good ford at once; also to the unsafe
Tdition of the bridge across Wateree -
reek this side of McCully's place; (
so call their attention to the fact
iat the bridge across Sawney's Creek
is been washed away and the ford is
apossible; also that part at least of
ie bridge across Wateree Creek near
ie Jeter place has been washed away.
re at the same time are satisfied from
ec statement of the Commissioners a
mat they are making strenuous efforts ~
make~ all needed repairs. We re
rt that the public highways are re
rted as being mostly i1. the average
6. We report on information, Ilenry ,c
eterson for assault of an aggravated i
ature upon Jas. C. Spurrier on 17th l~
lv, 1893, and cite T. J. and J. C.
purrier as witnesses. Respectfully
ibmitted. W- S. HALL,
We offer One Ihundred D~ollats Re- 1
trd f>r any case of Catarrh that can
ot be cured by Ihall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHIENEY, & Co., Props.,.
~e the undersigned have known,
.. J. Chenev for the last 15 years, and
elieves ihi perftctly hoiorable in all
siness transactions and financiallya
~e to carry out any obligation made
v their firm.
ET & TnUAx, Wholes ale Dr~uggists,
VALwING, KINNAX & M AnviN, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
JIals Catarrh Cure is taken inter
ally, acting directly upon the blood
nd mucot's surfaces ot the system.
rice 75c. per bottles. Sold by all
ruggist s. Testimonials free. *
For Over Fifty Tears.
Mns. Wz,sLow's SooTHIrNG SvnUP has
>en used for over fifty years by millions
ff mothers for their children while teeth
a', with pez feet success. It soothes the
hild, softens the gums, allays all pain,
ures wInd colie, and is the best remedy
or Diarron. it will relieve the poor lit
ee sufferer immediately. Sold by Drug
ists in every part of the world. Twenty
vve'cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
-rs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
-ae no ther kind. 5-2Gf1l
TI H LOCOMOTIVE PUJ
KINDLING NEW FI
MR. Q. D. WILLIFORI
taste in Dress Goods and Trimi
department. We propose to shi
ever brought to this city. We
our trade. We propose to do o
ever beheld in Winnsboro. It i
and anxiety to please the masse:
storm cotton prices. We are bc
W" are showing stupendous bar
COATS that will surprise the si
MRS. V. A. ROBINSON
mr stock of Millinery.
Yours to-please, whose ti:
Well watered and well settled Farm
)0 or 300 acres suitable for stoc
xising. Apply, stating price, J. L
., 340 Meeting street, Charleston
C. 9 12-m
FOR A CAS- LVW1 t QNOT .
An agreeable tarative anmN2BV ToM C.
old by Drnggift or sent by MSL.Me 250C.
d$ AOperpakme. Samples free.
00The Favorite T0M P0WD23
1101fffor the Teeth and Bret,25c.
a -S-ne Uh S a a zDie t
edicine Ihave everfoundthatwould dome
my good." Price 50cts. Sold byDruggists.
Do Ioset aCough aateOidfgeO
ilsvu as um Trouble. Itlsthe
Cru~ oop Cougflad Bron C ti a
851oUo a guarantee. 25 cts. --
For sale at the Winnsboro Drug Store.
760. The Monk's Remedy. 1845.
TONIC, NERiVINE, BLOOD PURl
Like Cures Like.
~e Paon of the Swamp h1a3 its Anti
dote in the bwamip.
For Malaria, Nervousness, Indigestion,
senterv and Bowel Comola-nt, asli
ur~ d-aer for MIONTERtY. If he
es not keep it, we wvill send yo-1 a largi
ttl, exp:ess prepaid, on ieceipt of $100.
Florence, S. C., Props. and Mf rs,
F. W. WAGENER & Co..
Charleston, S'ate A grnts.
nd Four Bushel Sacks, suit
ble for cotton picking.
For sale at
F. WV. H ABEN IC HT'S.
coLU131A, s. C.
S sion begins September 2Gth. Fou
urses: Classical. Liteiary, Scientific. an
4aw; w~ith elective' studies in highie
lasss. New Gymnasium. Well appoint
d Laboratories, Chemical, Physical, Bib
cal, etc. Necessary Expenses, from $14
For further it~formation adIdress th
sidnt JAMFS WOODRtOW.
WfEN AT THIE
P sure to calil at thle un ique exhibit of
. WBIG COlMPANl'
EXTRAC3T OF BEE]
the north'east part of the AGRICUI
UL4 L B3UILDING, north aisle, in ti
Urauay Department, and get a
of Celicious, rifreshine
nad from the~ world known
1Em:. COMPANY'S ExTRACT OF BEE
DJ.DAVID AEKEN of
fers his professional ser
vices to tileecitizensof the Town
nd County. A share of pub'ecpatronla
MirOffice, No 9 Washin g ton Street, tv
co.r w e ofapst onie. -53
,HERS OF A LIVE ESTABL
RES TO INCREASE A FLA
9G THE AVENUES WHI(
UCCESS, MAKING THE I
IONS EVER MADE FOR
AND WINTER TRADE
is North buying stock; also Mr.
ings is acknowledged, will give bis
w you the
-Line * of a Dry
lon't intend to let panics, cyclones,
ur duty at all hazards. We will sh
s impossible to do the business wit'
. We intend to make it lively for
ating last Fall's record in styles an
ains in BOYS' SUITS this Fall.
will return from the North in a few
eless energies will never let up,
. W. BROWl
BOOK8 AND SgHTES
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
In fact, everything needed at
school in this line.
That we carry a full line of
PURE DRUGS and are
selling at prices to suit
the hard times.
Wansboro Dug Sto'e.
icIASMEl & CO.
C ALL A TTENTION TO A FINE
Tablets, Note Books,
School Books, Slates, &c.
Also to their supply of Oile, viz.:
Train, Neatsfoot, Lard, Machine,
Sperm, Red and White Kerosene,
Olive, Castor and Black
Buggy and House Paints.
Lucerne, Barley and Rye Seeds.
Large Sizes ef Double Thich
and Common Window Glass.
Wrapping Paper and Paper Bags at
low prices to merchants.
7E 11IAVE OPENED IN THE
VYstore-room formerly used by us
as a stable a fine line of
BOOTS, Etc. Etc.
And in fact the thinga that the farmiers
Sneed. We also sell the
R ock H ill Co. 's
We also have in stock HARNESS
BRIDLES, SADDLES, &c., of
every description that will be
sold to suit the times. We
will also carry on our
LIVERY, FEED, SALE d
1in rear of the store, and shall be pleasel
to see our friends and customers, an
we promise to give them value fo
I rStables kept open day and night
HALL & CRAWFORI
WINNSBORO, S. C.
e UREIGDONE AND SOLICI
,e t d byEDGAR TRA.PP,
n ltxl Jennings. S. C.
ISHMRNT; SMOKING AND
.MING BUSINESS, ARE
.H LEAD TO COM
Albert Douglass, whose exquisite
special attention to buying for this
short crops and hard times effect
ow you the GRANDEST STOCK
iout goods. We are full of activity
competition with the best goods at
d prices on
Naming prices on GENTS' OVER
days, where she has been buying
FORSALE OR RENT,
Dwelling now occupied
by Mr. W. H. Williford
is offered fpr sale or rent.
Possession January 1,
1894. Apply to
TLYSSE G. DESPORTES. 1
NO UISE TO KICK,
WVe Gacefully Accept
We Dispense Next Door(
to the Dispensary
Groceries of all descriptions, Canned
Goods,. Vinegar, Stock and Cattle
Medicines, Hardware, Tin.- F
ware, Harness, Bridles,
and many other things that we will
take pleasure in showing. Call on
us; we guarantee satisfaction
or cheerfully refund your.
A. WIIJRD & CO.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
I AM NOW PREPARED
to furnish the transient and
public at large with any sort -
of turnerut they may require,
Stables two doors north of
SWinnsboro Hotel. Your pat
ronage is rerspect fully solic
jited. EirPrices moderate.
rJ. D. McCARLEY & Co.
B J. QUATTL4EBAUM, D. D S.
WTNNSRORO ,.. C.
The Corner Store
A CLEARANCE SAL:
This Sale will 0
We intend to give GENUINI
the purchaser our well kz
J. 1E. Bea1
OUR BUYER HAS RETURNED
,oi New York, and wu are now
eeiving and opening our
Our stock is large and varied and
e best wc have ever had.
'rices are at Rock Bottom,
iade to suit the hard times.- We are S
nxious to show our goods and will be
leased if yo -.will come and look at
e whether yon buy or not.
COME AND SEE US.
HIS FAVORITE SUM
R COOL BREEZES, FINE FISII
ing and Surf Bathing, the Island
Te guarantee a good 'table, attentive
and experienced set vants.
be Steamer Janie leaves Georgetowne
on Mondays, Wednesdays C
and Fridays at 8 A. M.
for the Island.
a order not to lose tinme tourists should
reach Georgetown on either Sun
days, Tuesdays or Tursdays.
For terms, etc., address
averly Mills, Georgetown Co., S. C.
EjOF ALL SUMMER
THING, &C., &G.
ember 1, 1893.
BARGAINS by giving to
nown durable goods at
by e 3rco.
k NICE FRESH LOT OF
EMONS, CUCUMBER PICKLE
and Chow Chow, very cheap, and
in any quantity you want.
'ork Sanssgg, best tui Caeam cheefe,
Block's Soda Cracker- the
best on the market.
f you want good Tea and Coffee, this
is the place to get it.
nice a!sortment of fine Candies
always on hand.
moke my Old Glory Cheroot, the best
in the world for the money.
llsw me to call your attention to my
Crown Safety Oil, which gives
entire satisfaction to
..T MAT THEWS.
NID SALE SA BL ES.
HIE UNDERSIGNED STILL [lAS
Lleft on hand
tell broken, sound and-straight, from
to 5 years old, ranging from 14j to
5 hands high. Also
hich would do well to finish up a
rop with. Persons in need of su'.lI
Lock would do well to call and pre
e same. Any of the above will'
rhanged for broken dowri stock.
I am also agent for the Colatuus
arriage Manufacturing Cc. Persons
ishing to buy a nice Phaeton, Baggy
r Cart can do so by calling on the
vil be kept full and complete
luring the summer months.
When needing anyting in
ur line call on us and we
sill make prices- that will
We have a new line of 2 3
id 4 gallon jars, roc. per
Plant Cow Peas after it
rains. We have a nice lot
n hand and will sell them
Iathen & Catheart.