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saturday. August 4. 1 4
Letters will be collected from the
1 trer boxes at 11.20 a. m. and 9 p. mn.
goiag south, and 5.30 p. m. and 9
p. m. going north.
Nt'ce-I. G. Tennant, Chairman.
Notice - Louis Sugenbeimer and
Irish Potatoes, Watermelons, ke.
F. \V. Ilabenicht.
Summons-A. S. & W- D. Douglass,
-The tales at the dispenisar have
bei very light so far, averaging about
$10 a day.
-Rev. T. W. Mellichamp will preach
at the Baptist Church Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock.
-The Greenbrier Rifles were in
specied by the Inspector General on
-Sheriff Ellison carried Frank iar
rison and Bill Smith to the Sta'e luna
tic asylum Thursday.
-Capt. R. S -Desportes has declined
to enter the race for the State Legisla
ture fro a Ilichland counts.
-'The first and second nines of
Winnkbaro will play a match game on
the cellege green on Tuesday afternoon.
- Messrs. Tom Robertson and John
Simpson have gone with a party from
the country on a fishing frolic at Broad
-We are rcquested to announce that
there vill be no union service con
ducted at the various churches during
the month of August.
-New crop of Irish potatoes and fine
srgax --ui ed hams at Hlabenicht'-. Also
a fnc lot of watermelon this moring.
Read his advertisements.
-Mr. W. H. Willingham is laying
the foundation for a brick store, which
he i-a going to build north of the one
now being erected for Mr. I. T.
-A party of young people went to
Ridgeway Thursday evening to attend
a dime reading at the iesidence ot Mr.
Charles Wray. They report a very
-Steele, the famous hat dyer of the
South, has been in town for several
days. He finds plenty of work to do,
and says that Winnsboro is one of his
most profitable towns,
-Mt. Moriah, Mt. Zion and Poplar
Springs churches will unite in a Sun
day School picnic at Mt. Moriab Church
on Saturday, August 11. An interest
ing program will be carried out. All
--The Fairfield Rifie Guards are to
be inspected today at Lebanon Church.
They have made preparations to have
a large basket picnic, to which a
number of their town friends have
-War is being waged against the
.;dogs in some portions of the town.
i- gentleman reports having seen
several'N; dead on a single street.
Persons having valuable animals
should see that they are kept in at.
ight if they wish to find them alive
in the morning.
-There is quite an exodus at present
of the younger colored population,
composed wholly of tax delinquents.
They r~ll expect to return again as soon
as the weather gets cooler, as it is not
ood for their health to join the chain
gang this hot weather. Those failing
to pay will be put to work on the
streets during the coming week.
- Lawn tennis in spite of the warm
weather occupies a few hours daily of
the young folk of the town. The
court is situated on the premises of
Rev. C. E. McDonald where the young
men and ladies resort late in the after
noons for tennis and other amusement.
There are some good players in our
town and we see no reason why we
can't get up a tennis match now as we
see our boys can't play base ball.
-The twentieth annual meeting of
the State Press Association will be
ld at Pawley's Island beginning Au
ust 16. For a few days the edi
tor will cease fighting among them
elves over Tillman, the dispensary,
etc., and give themselves up to the
pleasures of dlam-bakes, fishing excur
sions and surf-bathing for which this
well known resort is famed. They
wll also bear addresses from many of
the distinguished editors of the State.
Johnson's Magnetic Oil cures rtramps
and colic and internal neuralgia and
headache and backache instantly. 25
and 50 cts, Winnsboro Drug Store. *
MUsICA LE.-There will be a musicale
on Tuesday right, August 7th, at the
residence of Mrs. Jno. G. Mobley at
8.20 sharp. The public is cordially
BASE BALL. -The Monticello bue
ball club leflt Thursday for Prosperity
where they will play aseries of games
with the club of that place. Mr.
Specer Mactie accompanied them and
will uccupy his old position on third
bae. Thlis is one of the finest amnateur
teasfl in the uipper. portion of the State
and we have no doubt thait will sustain
See the World-s Fair for Fifteen Cents.
Upon the Ieceipt of ycur address arnd
tifteen cents in postage stamps. wve wilt
mail you prepaid our SO~V'F.NI a PORT
FOLIO OF THE WORLD's COLU.MUAN Ex
'ostION the regular prir.e is Fifty cents,
but as we want you to have one, we make
the price nominal. You will find it a
work of :rt :nd a tht:'g to be prizedl. It
contains full page viewrs of the great
uildir gs, with descriptions of same, and
is executed in highest style of art. If not
satisfied with it, after you get it, we will
Srefund the stamps anda let you keep the
"6NG(GEaj' AND TUlE WVATERMELO0N.
On Thursay afternoon a negro w:
caught stealing a watermelon tron t
train which was waiting at the depo
He was beating his way to Rock II
and when the train stopped he g<
down by the car and had eaten ti
whole inside from the melon when 1:
was seen by the trainmen Ile wi
placed in the guard-house to awa
orders from the railroad authoritCes
Winnsboro Drug Store, druggist
recommend Johnson's Oriental Soa
for all skin and scalp diseases, tan an
sunburn and the complexion.
A RCnAWA.-On Thursday afte
noon a horse belonging to Mr. Samui
Cathcart, Sr. which was hitched to
cart in rear of Mr. J. F. McMaster
store, became frightened in some wo
and dasheJ out of the lot up Mai
street. In turning the hotel cornc
the road cart was overturned and t
horse ran against the city hall steps an
was thrown to the ground when it we
seize3 and taken ont of the harnes
The horse received only a few sligi
injuries but the vehicle was bad]
BELIGI0oS SERVICES.-Services wi
We held in the following churches o
Associate lefoimed Presbyterian
11 a. in. by the pastor. Youn
Men's Prayer Meeting at 5.1
p. m. Sunday School at G p. n
Prayer inceting Wedusday evenin
Methodist-11 a. m. by the pastoi
Sunday School at 4 p. m. Praye
meeting Wednesday at 4 p. in.
Baptist-11 a. in. by Rev. T. 1
Mellichamp. Sunday Schoci i
10 a. m. Prayer meeting Thursda
at 5 p. in.
Mrs McBride Smith is visiting i
Mr. F. 11. Wardlaw, of Darlingtor
is visiting Me. C. S. Matthews.
Mrs. Jiuo. P. Matthews and dangh
ters have gone on a visit to Lowell
Mr. W. A. Hafner, of Blairs, S. C
who has recently graduated at David
son College paid a flying visit t,
friends in the town.
Mr. E. E. Douglass, of Columbia, i
spending his vacation at his home nea
Mr. DuBose Egleston left Thursda:
Mrs. ?1. B. Refo has gone on a visi
to her parents in New York.
Mr. R. E. Ellison, Jr., of Columbia
s on .a visit to his parents.
Mrs. D. E. Jordan has gone to Co
lumbia to spend a while with he
aghter, Mrs. T. S, Bryan,
South Carolina College Scholarships.
In accordance with a recent act c
he General Assembly the above namel
institution is authorlzed to offer tw<
fre tuition scholarships in the Norma
Department to each county in the State
Tbese scholarships are worth $50 each
Applicants of either sex are eligible
A copetitive examination to fill these
scholarships will be held in the offici
of the School Commissioner on Friday
Agust 24, commencing at 9 a. mn.
A. Y. MILLING, S. C. F. C.
Constipation and sIck headache per
inanently cured, and piles prevente<
by Japanese Liver Pellets; especiall:
adapted to children's use. Winnsbert
Drug Store. *
THE TWO CLUBS MEET.
The Old Men's and Young Men'
Democratic Clubs met in their respec
five places Thursday night and pro
eeded to reorganize.
In the Old Men's Club the following
officers were elected: Hi. A. Gaillard
president; W. G. Jordan and J. C
Cadwell, vice-presidents; Thos. HI
Ketchin, executive committeeman.
In the Young Men's Club J. P. Cald
well was elected president; T. W/
Laderdale and J. N. Center, vice
presidents; M. W. Doty, secretary
o executive committeeman wa
The two clubs then met in joint ses
sion to consider the question of send
ing delegates to the County Conven:
Ater a very exhaustive discussioi
the question was put to the house an<
resulted in a tie vote. Another voti
was taken, and as it also was a dead
lock, the conference adjourned to mee
again last night.
A CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. Editor: Allow me, through you
paper, to return thanks to my friend
in the Boro for their very acceptabl
donation, which I received throng1
Miss Rebecca Buchanan.
My total blindness, so late in life
with impaired health, renders mec a
helpless as an infant. I cannot mov
a step without being led, and, I nee
constant care which renders it impos
sble for my daughter-in a pecuaniar
point of view--to do anything for mn
Since January, '9'3, I have receive
many tokens of kindness from mn
friends, which have added much t
my comfort, atnd for which they wi
acept my heartfelt thanks.
The society, which so kindly offer
to loan me a rolling chair, I also thani
ad, will send for it as soon as I car
Next December will be fifty yea1
since I left Brattonville to settlei
Wnnsboro. I was received with ever
token of kindness by all the resident
of the places. The heads of the ol
families have all passed away an
others fill their places. I wa~s blesse
with many friends.
From the time I entered the Bor<
:,nm- Dember -n4.ntil I left it
- December, 189, for a country hon
I cannot recall a single act of unkic
ness, and their continued kindn
shows that I am loved and remember,
t. still, by my friends.
May God's richest blessing rest
> the dear old place! Mae. C. LAnD,
ie ~perI S.
Buena Vsa, July 30, 1894.
is All Free.
it Those who have used Dr. King's Ni
i Discovery know its value, and those w
have not, have now the opportunity to 1
it Free. Cail on the advertised Drugg
and get a TrIal lottl,, Free. Sen I vc
nameand addressto 11. E. Blucklen &C
P Ch.icago, and get a sample box of I
d Kinig's New Life rills Fiec, as well a!
copy of Guide to Health and IlouseN
Instructor, Free. All of which is guar
r teed to do you good and cost you uothi
at MeMaster & Co 's Drug Store.
a Children Cry for Pitcher's Castori
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cu
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fei
r Sores, Tetter,Chepped Hands, Chillolai:
e Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and pc
tively cures Piles, o: no pay required.
d is guaranteed to give perfect satisfacth
I or money refunded. Price 23 !nts 1
box. For sale by McNI aier & CP
it Children Cry for Pitcher's Castori
D When Zaby was sick, we gave her Ca&torta.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
- When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
g When she had Children, she gave them Castor
. One load Fine Ihome-raised Watt
r melons, at
F. W. IHABENICIIT.S.
V OFFICE COTNTY COMMISSIONERs,
WINNSBORO, S. C., 2 Aug., 1894.
S EALED BIDS for the bnilding
, the new bridge to be builtoY
Little River and on the road lcadh
ii from White Oak to New Ilope Chur
and to be designated as New Ho
Bridge, will be received at this offi
up to 12 o'clock M. on the 4th Septet
Specifications to be seen on applic
tion to the Cleik of the Board.
B. G. TENNANT,
8-4td Chn.. Bd. Co. Com.
ONE BARREL NEW CROP
ONE CASE FINE LARGE
F. W. IIABENICIIT'S.
18 hereby given that application w
be made to The Peoples Bank
the office in Winnsboro, S. C., on Sc
-urday, October 1;3, 1894, for renew
r of the following Certificates of Sto<
in the capital stock of Fairfield Savini
and Loan Associa'ion, nIOW known:
The Peoples Bank, to wit: Certifica
No. 1C6, for oine share, in the name
I' Louis Sugenheimer; Certificate N
1 107, for three shares, in the name,
y Max Sugenheimner; Certificate N
108, for three shares, in the name
Ida Sugenheimer; the certificat
atore mentioned having been lost.
, ONE CASE
BEST SUGAR-CURED IIAMS,
Jtust opened, at
F. W. HABENICHIT'S.
SSTATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA,
-coUNTY OF FAIRFIEL.D.
COUR T OF COMMON PLEAS.
L. S. Douglass. Plaintiff, vs. D. A. Deil
John A. Corder, Martha A. Wells ai
Mary D. Bennet, Defendants.
Summons for Relief.-Complaine nti
- ~ Served.
- To the Defendants abovc-named :
Y OU are hereby summoned and requiri
to answer the complaint in this a
tion, which is this day filed in the offi
, of the Clerk of the Court of Comm<
Pleas, for the said County, and to serve
'copy of your answer to the said complai
.on the subscribers at their offices, Nos.
and G Law Range, Winnsboro, Sou
Carolina, within twenty days after tl
-service hereof, exclusive of the day
schi service; and if yon fail to -insw'
the complaint within the time aforesai
the plaintitf in this action wili apply1
-the Court for for the relief demanded
3 the complaint.
Dated August 3. 18914.
A. S. & W. D). DOUGLASS,
- ~ Plaintiff's Attorneys.
To the Defendants, D. A. Deitz and Jol
Take notice, that the complaint in ti
action, together with the suninons, (
a which the foregoing is a copy) wi
fied in ihie ofiice of the Clerk of ti
I Court of the ommon Pleas in the Count
a of Fairfield and State ot South Carolir
on the Erd day cf August, A. D. 18394.
-A. S & WV. 1). DOUGLASS,
t 5-8-Ot Plaintif's Attorneys,
STA.TE OF SOUTH CAROLI-A,
Co3unt y of Fairfield.
Y virtue of an execution to mec d
s' rected, I have levied opon ai
e will sell before the Court Ihouse dol
hin Wininsboro', S. C., on the
FIRST MCNDAY iN AUGUST
next all that cert ain lct, icee or pa
el of land lying, bking and situate
sthe ton n of Winn--~baro, in the Coun!
e aid Stale aforesaid, bounded on tt
d inarth by a s reet of the said ton
.knowni as Moulaiic Sticet, and fion
on sa~id strei t fori a distuice of
feet and 8 in2chi; SOut heast hev ti
e Charlotte, Columbhia and A ugusta Rla
road track av'd fronting thereon a d
d tanceof 210 feet ; on the south by a 1
of land belonging to Maggie Chappe]
F extending west from said railroad trac
0 .51 feet and 4 inches; on the west 1
11 ands of Mrs. Adelaide D. Hlauahan
Moultrie Street of said town, a di
tance of 210 fret. Being the same I
s coivyed by Mrs. Adela.ide D, Han
' han to the said Charlotte, Columb
' and Augusta Railroad Company.
- Levied upan as the property of t
nCharlotte, Columbia and Augfus
~Railroad Comnpany at the suit of Jam
d ShrR.a fie E. E LLISON,
d Shriffs OficeS. F, C.
Winnsboro, S. C., July 10, 1894I.
This week I have opened i
as Blue Serge, Solid Black La
coes, White Quilts, Ladies' Un
Also something cheap in Whit
r Cotton Duck.
", L*aies, Here is
a. One case of Fine Ribbons
To Arrive in (
Big job in Ladies' Fine I
see them. Nothing have ever be
a. this town.
GENTS, when you war
" Vest, remember I have then
.. J. Lu. 1%ir
Q. D. WILLIFOR
>e . COMPOUNDG
ce - AwA ecent discoverybya l
V -by thousn s ot a
end reliable i n e discov
ered Beae o'fU I~rnlPle
Inedicines in place rt s Who or feror
ROOT COo~kpouraJe nJM au~tftc.oscl $1nd
6 cents n oa 'we ld. sealed.
-Vb return naff Full seaed Prtcie In plAIn
Cziolpe to Indies only. 2 StAnips
No. 3 1,shcr Wlck. Detroln aIb.
2 Doz. MOSQUITO COLOGNE.
ii BUG POISON.
atAlso One Dozeni
aPAINE'S CELERY COMPQUND.
ss For sole by
W. E. AIKEN.
SEED TO PLANT
AND HOPE TO DOUBLE THE
Xot too late to sow
C'ABBAGE, CNAP BEANS,
ABBAGE, ~.NAP DEANS,
d and several other kinds of Garden
Seed. Supply yourself and also in
spect the cheapest and best lot of
d CROCKERY, GL MSWARE
t we ever had. A fresh supply of Paper,
5 Pens, Pencils, Envelopes, &c.
dreceived weekly at "THE DRUG
MlATE & CO
SIT IS ONLY A LIST,
Q Leggett's Flavorir.g Ext racts.
i- Ivory Soap.
d Laundry Soap.
>r - Toilet Soaps.
~L Bird Seed.
Smnoking and Chewing Tobacco.
I llousehold Ammnon:m.
0 All kinds of .ypices.
.- Mason's Fruit Jars.
C ~ A Large Supply of Paints
Still on Hand.
SDon't fail to try our Pearle Polish
. for all kinds of metal; sold in 10c. and
ia 25c. boxes. Try this Polish once and!
you will use no other.
2 Winnboro Drug Stre,
FOR SURVEYING, TERRACING,
FLeveling, Drawing, Etc.,
ApltoT. M, BOUL WAR E,
ON THIS! Fabric
ip a new line of goods, such
wns and Sateens, New Cali
dervests, Silk Mitts, Fans, &c.
e Linen Duck and Striped
to close out at COST.
i Day or So!
)ress Slippers. Be sure and what 1
en offered like these before in c
t a Light Weight Coat and
Come for a shine and be
D, - - Lanager.
A NICE LOT OF
FRESH FLOUR DR:
And our stock of Groceries is Ag
WHEN YOU WANT
Flour, Meal, Bacon,
Sugar, Coffee, Tobacco ing st<
Rice, Grits, Lardl,
Roast Beef, Chipped Beef,
Tomatoes or Tinware,
Give us a call.
A. B. ATHOART.
AND SALE SABLES.
I have six Young Mulesm
left over and three or four a
plugs, a few good Mares and -
some nice Driving Horse s (
Will be sold to suit the times. U
Will pay the highest cash
price for all classes of cattle, chef
either fat or poor.We
Winnsboro, S. C.
- - _ ___- is thel1
~Ielll SrillS Ho BIrider
GLENN SPRINGS, S. C.
This favorite Resort for health and av>id
a u~ is now open to visitors. For.
tes of board and other particulars,
1ISsOl & Sis SOll
For Glenn Springs Wa
ter, Apply topu
PAUL SIMPSON- Orders
URVEYING~ DONE AND sOLICIT Sa
ed b' EDGAn TRP? Gastor
At the Corner Store 9
beautiful line of Colored and Black Sateens, Figured Pongees, Irish
White Lawns, Checked Muslins, Calicoes, Gingham, Light Wool
ior spring wear, &c., &c.
>(See These Goods.eO
v line of Laces just received.
A line of good Hosiery at low prices.
Our Ladies' and Gents' Iandkerchiefs were never cheaper.
Look at our hIats before buying.
iotber lot of Low Cut Shoes will be received in a few days. We have a
13 in Reed's and Padan's Shoes we will sell at reduced pr.ces. Ask to
r stock is composed of standard goods in this line and we guarantee
ve sell. If. you wish the finest and best flour ask for the "OBELISK."
11 at the Corner Store and oblige,
J. M. Beaty & Bro.
fillinery. * Millinery.
The Latest Novelties of the Season.'
IliED HATS, FLOWERS, RIBBONS,
LACES, FEATHERS. VEILINGS, ETC.
i GOODS, NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS,
AND SEWING MACHINES.
ent for PIANOS and ORGANS.
Terms Low, Prices Easy.
LYS ON HAND, BUGGIES, SURREYS, CARTS, WAGONS AND
m't forget I always have a full line of Furniture, Baby Carriages, Cook
>ves and other goods at the Furniture Store, next door to W. C. Beaty's
Q O BOQAG.
[EW AND STYLISH HATS.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LOT OF
-> Latest Styles. &
DME -:- AND -:- SEE -:- THEM.
LATEST SHAPES AND SHADES.
H. KETCHIN & CO.
Ponds at $125
p w heels are next to wo@rthless
ever recommend them.
The 1894 W~AWIC
ea r in bicycle construction. Warwicks are made in the interest of
s-heavy riders light riders fast riders cautious riders. Their light
weight is mae sbjec to durability. either are sacrificed.
UR GUARANTEED 25-POUND WHEEL
ith road tires, is creating a sensation. It carries the same guarantee as
heavier wheels. Don't overlook the- Warwick, for the best
is none too good when you begin riding.
a idea iat heh beshbcle ae extravagant. .xtravaace is in
ue. In this case it will pay a premium on its cost many years. And you
P. S.-Warwick guarantees extend be
y ond the salesroomn. 7-3
.C RHYNE, DENTISTRWY
EMER CITY, N. C., B. J. QUATTLEBAUM, D D S.
Manufacturer of 51NBRO,.C
ii OR W~SKY.DR. DAVID AKN
reci ed bywes pil be prompt- DENTAL sURGEON.
tisfaction Guaranteed. Office: No, 9 ashington Sret, 3 Doors
nce - First National Baiik, migIn Ridgeway, S. C., every Wedies