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Tharslay. August 9.
Letters will be collected from t' e
1,tter boxes at 11.20 a. m. and 9 p. u;.
going south, and 5.30 p. In. and 9
p. -:. going north.
.N.- A dverti s eent%.
LettersM of Adiinistration-S. I.
Johustou, J udge of Probate.
-The Reufori primary will take
phace on the I ith of August, Saturday.
-We ae reqIe'ted to state that the
musicale will takc p lace at, Mrs. Juno.
G. Mobley's this eveingi at6.2:10 o'clock
-W~e regret to learu of the illNess
of Dr. J. R. McMasier, S... His
family are (julite anxious about hie con
ditiori. We trust our reverend f.iend
may soon be vell.
-The Octagou Soap mnan caine along
in a wagon made ill octagon shape
and painted like tLe color of the wrap
per on the bar. Is is almost su exact
pattern of the bar of soap.
-We are glad o be able to state that
Mr. Muler is ding nuch better than
could be expectcd. 11C is perfectly
rational now and will joke a itt le. It
is to be hoped that he will finally re
-Mrs. Joel Ashford left a vegetable
peach at 'he Winnsboro Drug Store.
We did not get to see it when it first
came and it was somewhat shr'veled.
Bot it has a very sweet flavor and is
said to be a sp!cdid fruit for pre
That oih and rongh skin cured, and
the tace and lbands beaulified by John
son's Ofiental Soap; medicated and
highly periumed. Winnsboro Drug
, A'rrET!O!-A cavalry
11 be or.grzed at Lebanoni
nson's cross-roads) on
About fo ty names
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.-It was thbe purpose
be present ?t its
Eeld Itrfle Goa -ds
u fo:-esee a c'r
2. Gee a! F::
*e be:-t dr~"ed cm
eensideaung the sho:t
-been practie'ny, and
ep up the progress t hey
pto date, be as well if ot
il4d comn'any in the service.
iah, ice crec~m and lemonsde
was tie "exercise" indulged in after
the drilJ. and we reg'et we could not
have been there.
Mrs. MartIha Rtabb and Miss Ellen
Bookhart have gone to Glenn Springs.
Mr. Chas. Timms returned Wednes
day from Poagbkcepsie, N. Y.
Mr. Jno. Milling, brother of Mrs.
J. L Riebmi.nd, came down irom
Rock Biill and spent Tuesday with his
Mr. 11. N. Obear 's vsitiig in Wiouse
Mr. C. A. D~ouglass has been visiing
friends and relatives in town.
Mrs. S. P. Marlin was in town
Wednesday en a shotrt stay.
Mr. arnd Mrs. J. E. Coan camne over
com Wellford to be with Dr. J. RI
lcMaster, father of the latter, in his
hildren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Mr. J. T. Johnston, caudidate for
Congress in th's dis'rict, w-al spe&t at
Winnsbor'o on Wednesday, August 15,
at 3 p. mn., and at Ridgeway on Thes
day, Angust 16, at 3 p. m.
In the Er-shes.
In reply 'a the queslion, "~Where's
your c--owd at?" a prominent rehi
tionist informs us that they' went to
e bushes with Gov. Tillmeu and the
spensary law of '93, and that they
IFor the State Convention.
The following named persons b-ve
en selected by .he Reformers in tbis
m'iy to be yo'ed for in the e'uuty
mocrat ic prmary and when elected
11 cast Ui.e vote of Fairfield counity
Governor in the Sta'e Democratic
aventien in Columbia:
V. J. Johnson, U. G. Despores,
M. Cliinkscales, W, L. Eosborough,
o. W. Lylks, T. WV. Traylor, C. B.
bardson and S. R Rut'and.
EA TRTP TO WASHINGTON. D. C.
.he tickets sold by the Southern
away to Washngton, D. C., and
ru at the special low rate of one
have been extended to Septem
ifteenth (15th), instead of Sep
ter Gth. This will be of great ad
tage to any who wish to take .he
p. The tickets will be on sale at all
portant stations August 23rd to 25th,
the very unusually low rate of one
e for the round tipn.
Vhile the rate is made especially for
Knights of Pythias, still tickets
be purchased by any one desiring
1-e adntage of the rate.
Oi l nenn iL M J. E. ---
received a telegram about 11 o'clock
annoliniig the sad news of the death
of his nephew, 'Mr. Eu'eiic Williams,
which occurred at Lreburg, Fla.,
eIrlv Wednesday morning. lie had a
teleiram on Tuesday announcing the
fact that Eugene had had a congestive
chill, and it is snpposed tltat he died
from the cfct. The deceased was
not, in all pro'>ability. sick more than
t wO days-judging from private l'i
The remains were brought here this
Uo1ning and the fanel services will
ta ke pace at the Il'rc:byeriani Chui' rch
at 1') 'clock.
Mr. Williams was a ton of the late
.M:-. W.N[I. Williams and a nephew of
I Mr. W. 'M. Nelson. iHe was born and
Sraiscd in Winnsboro aud was in his
tweuty-sixth year. Two sisters are
the oniy ones remining, the a2ther and
ruther preceding him to the giave
several ycaj-. We expres our sincere
sympathy for those beret.
The "Japanese Messenger."
We were handcd a copy of the
Japanese Messengcr by Mrs.M. C. Rion.
It is a feligious (Presbyterian) journal,
published monthly in Japan, and edited
by Rev. Naomi Tamura, who was in
Winnsboro sonic years ago. His first
course wa; in a Theological Seiinary
at Tokyo, Japan, and took a special
course at Prinecton. It states that
from QSQ to $150 per year is all that is
req'red to support a graduate from
the Bible Institute. The paper uced is
like tissue paper, ovly printed on one
ide, and the outer egc of the leaves
tied with ribbon. It is somethin
ui:c novel to us.
Johnson's Pleasant Compound Cod
Liver Oil with hypophosphites Malt,
Iron, Quinine, Po-aisium and Strih
nia 's an internal tonic, strengteing
the digesive orrans and tones up the
rves. Price $1.)0. *
Pased by the County' Conven on Aug. G.
The follow ing sre the resolti'onS
offered by Jno. W. Lyles in the (;oun:v
Democratic Convention and adopted:
Reso!ced, 1. That, howeve- cordia,
the members of a party may endorse
it conventien nomnc-s, t lie c'nven ion
;vstem is wrong in principle and the
abolition of it is the inmedia'e avd
imperative duty of clear siglited
patilots, without further inposing on
the forbearrze or thorghtlessness 'of
the rank and file of one par y.
2. That the Reformers h.avinig been
the special champions of the tiule of
the people, owe it to their on good
name and to the peop-e who have
ni uted themi to provideC a s~ran:ht zen
rl primary~ for all State offi-e~s a~t
h eariicsL oppoiunh.'.
:1. That there being niow no S:a:c
adidte but Rtetormners, no proPosed(
neasures but those of l'etorm, .urther
oinance ot' the convedlton~ ssem
would be as uniust enid tyrarnical as
the enforcemient of marria.l law in time
4. That the Reform nomina~ing con
vention should not nomiiae, buit co
the otner haud should memorialize the
Democraic nominas ing convent on to
provide bor a direr. primary.
5. That the Democ--atic nominating
:vention should decide not to nemi
nate for Goverdor, s'3ould provide for
two nrimaries *o be held in October in
which every )Democrat may express
his untrammnelled individual preference
not on1v ter Governor, but i.r each
and every other Sta e officer.
6. That a candidate who may see the
nominatin within- his grasp is un
o1y of t he office if he shall ot pre
fer to be chozeu by the ballots of the
sovereign people and proaidly take his
mmis:oni from ,hem.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
(ood (rops--.P'easat TimeC---Hespitatble
Our rep )rter a~ccompaniedI Mr. J. N.
e-ter, wvho is agent for th, 0,bou4e
eaper, on a trip of two days and en
joyed 1oaking at f'ue crop prospects.
We went out on the Rocky Mount
road and were impressed with the
umber of wvire fences enclosing pas
urc. The crops are fine, cotjn es
pecially ; corn is much improved Sinl< a
the rain. The farmers are in gecd
Our first stop to rest was at Mr-s.
Dixon's, in Chester County, who grve
us a very cordial we'cnme and treated
us with genuine hospit ality. We thnk
>c Chester fciends plant more corn
than they do in Fai::field-and it looks
fine. Fainfield is planting more then
otinerly, and from the number of
pastures we think they are paying
:ore attention to cattle tban forn-erly.
We were near Mr. L. E. Sigman's,
and having hcerd of his improved
'arm concluded we would stop and
take a look at his wCnd r'll at 'd olher
improvements. B's farm, and many
others in that section, manifest a high
degree of cultivation. The farming0
imp~ments, such as stalk cutters,
manure distributors, planters, culti
vators, harrows, &c., show iat Mr.
igon is progressive, lie has a
ind mill which sends water to his
dwelling, kitchen, stable and cattle
pen. With this wind mill he pumps,
grinds feed for stock and gr.nds meal
also. His barn is a modern livery
table improved. A'l the doors hung
on rlers, and a grab hook for un
loading hay--a great labor sav'ng de
vce-swung from the top) of the
building. He has patenit stauchions
for keeping cattle securo on one side
of his barn and fattens from 40 to 50
every year. His place is fenced off
os one place, eheep another, chiciens
another, and the cattle roam in green
pastures. Mr. Sigmnon makes his own
hay and corn, has hay two years old
and his corn land extends for at least
to miles, and it is very iine. We
rgret ted that our stay was so short as
we oild like to have gone over his
entire-.farm. We wee inforIed by
0 hCr thtLL 1r. ]iion had vCry little
7 tis workl's gocds twenty-five
years ago, but now he is com or:abe
and entirely independent.
Ngiht fouAd us at the liosp:table
home of Nir. James Jones where we
received a genuine Kentucky welconie.
We looked at some as file cotton in
Mr. Jone's field a; we had seen any
where the next mnorniug. Mr. Jones
has bee.1 all along the boasting r: d
and said that people were chailow'ng
before ther were out of the woods."
le says the prospect is fine but at the
same time the crop is in the most
critical fir right now-that a three
wuck's drorght will wither bolth the
cutton and the hopes of the peoip'e.
At Mr. Jones' we had the pleasure of
the the company of Messrs. Sam. Me
Cormick, Jr., and Mr. Aust'u Peav,
Jr. It appeared to us that they had
some up to see if 'Mr. Will D*xon's
fodder was ready to pull; we sup
posed that they wanted to help 1:'m
by such a neighborly act.
Misses Viola Harnison, Nannie Cun
ningliam, and 3Martha U-on were at
Mr. Will Dixon's.
Mr. Harvey Bell and Mr. Dave Mob
ley came along and seemed to be in
the fodder pulling business; and they
mu-t have cleaned up the field for
Mes-rs. Peay and McCormick, soon
retun:ed and 'omplained of feeling t
sleepe and retired. Well boys, pull
ing roidder w11 make a man fired.
From Mr. jones' we went to several
oler places on the road and took
dinner and spent several hours vei y
plcasatlywh our esteemed citizen
Mai. T. W. Brice.
We roled into the Boro just in time
to get our tl:irngs out of the buggy
before a heavy rain came up. We
enjoyed such a trip, especially when
crops look so fine and our friends are
so cheerful and genial. We think
really there is a teudency to make
more prosion1s at home and hope the
da) is coming when our people N ill
not need a store account.
Johnsou's Magie cOil, horse brand,
is a wonderful iniment for rheurna
i sn, neural-iqi, piains aud bruises for
man or bcas!. $1.00 size 50 ets.; 50 ct. .e
ize 2~> c:. Winnsboro Drug Mtore. *
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
This remencdv is becoming so well known
and s popula'r as to nleed no special men
toll. Ah who have used Eleetric Bitters
sing the same song of praise.-A punr
mediIinell does not exist and it i gurrarn
ed to d all t hat iscla ied. ElectIc
, E- wil eure all diseases of1 the Li (er
and Kidrneys, wvill ren:'w' imples4'",4Nl
it Nhenml and other alhectins caued by nI
inti'ure bloodu~.-Wil drive 31iia rin un
te s\ste: r :md pn-vn'rlt asV w l' s U eur all o:
bla aril rIvers.-lor'L (ure o1f i' i
littrr. Enitirle sati.,facti on gulranteedI ur
monuley retfunded.-Pr'ice .5U et. and "1 per
bottk~ at MfcMaster & Coi.'s~ Dru. Store.*
John Y. Ma, RIte, Dengigisr, I~ileighi, 1(
N. 3.. writes: "doine of the cUres N.
ade by the Japanese File Care is 1(
wonderiul, and irom myix dealing shL It
you or' the past ' years, I knrow your al
gurnc spet feul.r good-'' Wirnms
ImekL4u't .rnltea Salve.
? 'tE B~is SALvh ini the world for Cuts, -
liruises, Sores, Ulcer's. Sanlt liheu r:r, Fever
Sores. Tetter, Cheppei ilnd~s, Chill..ainls
'orns, arnd alt Skin Eruptiuns, aird post
ively cures Piles, o- no pay retirired. It
isznarLn.'d to Zrve perfect s::tisfaelnon,
amne'Iuly re fusedl~. I'rice :D '?nt:
soux. (lr :,ale by Mc-Mater & C''
T RYA A
F. W. I!ABUENICIIT'S.
LETlEIN 01F ADMI1NNITRAT ION.
STATE 0OF SOUTII CA1ROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRIFIELD. C
y S. IR. JOILHKSTONEsq., JuwsePr'QJate I
XTIEREAS, Miss JULIA FRtIPP heTh
mInade suit to mec to grant her let'
ters of administration of the estate and S
efects of Mrs. A'ma E. Chnapiin, deceased: s
'lhese are, 1 ierefore, to cite and admon
is all and singular tire kindred and cred r
iors of thre raid Mrs. Annra E. Chaplin, de
ceed. t'rat they be anrd appear hefore me r
-i tre Couw t of 'Probate, to be held at Farr
he'd Court Ihouse. Soutri Carolina, on the
Zsi day o[ August, a fter publication here- O
o, at 11 o'eiot i2 in the forenoon, to show
cause, if anry they' have, wiry the sand ad
n.oitraiion should not be gr'anted.
Given under rmy hanrd. this 8:h day of
gI I). . R . JOHNbTON,
g~g..3 Judge of Probate.
F. W. IIABENf CIlT'S. I
SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE
COLUMBUIA, S. C.
Scssion begins Spt. 2.->th. Nine
'elar' Course=, withr Diplomas. Spe
cial Courses with Cer'tificates. Re
quirements for adlmikion modified. C
Board $3 a mronthi Total necessary
expenses for the year (exclusive of
traveling, clothing arnd books) trom
12 to' $l52. Sernd for Annournce
For futherlCI il nfatiornidress the
7-17.w 'JAM1ES WOOD)ROW.
TONSORIAL ARTIST. I
At2 tSi O tMT )T. Br ttlePi's 028
rpit E underrsigurd will be ideased to
A. strve thre public. Satisfactionr gurar
anteed in haic'-Cut or slave. A ppreciating
past pat ronag?, solicits it in thre furture.
:-txly V. MONTAGUE.
-iiNrI ST R YX
B. J. QUA'ITLEBAUM,1 D ID S.
This week I have opened
is Blue Serge, Solid Black I
:oes, White Quilts, Ladies' L
Also something cheap in WF
Ladies, Here i
One case of Fine Ribboi
To Arrive in
Big job in Ladies' Fine
cc them. Nothing have ever'
GENTS, when you wC
lest, remember I have the
eT. I.E. ~1J
2. D. WILLIFOI
.Tha Great English Remedy.
this.Ieav hisdiahne s i uir c erm*1
r.-an at ehea. m ece orda
ir s '"eEN ectD of bsE oCA Ecs.
., Woodwparescribed oer 3 5
Syears In thousands ofI hoW eib cases;TL
est oedicine knot. Ask
F.sfor WOODS PEoN
Ud'o e a r i I Xf&r niPX.s; It he ofrers some
Sber by fgien worthless edicino ill
this. leave a dishonest sto e Co In
'ter. andwe will send by return mal. rice, one
Ekage. $1;sx.$5. 1ne ill , lease. six r i eure,
iphet o plain sealed enverope 2 a taes
Lddress THE WOOD CHE31ICALr .0.
i 1 Oodward avenue. Detroit. aic.
1; T7 UGA -CURED HAMS,
JhPp t opene, at
F. W. JIADENICIIT'S.
So. CG for one thare pitnm ofl
ou)0islSugent her Pertificati No.
)7,y o br 1shares, ino thenaeo
tae Sfgenhimer; Certificate o.c
o)8, for ohre share, in the name of
a Sugenheimer; the certificates
;ove mentioned having been lott.
IDA SUGENHEIM ER.
I am now hauling 200 cords
f first class Winter Split
~ine (with the bark on). Ap
roved parties can get their
upply now; bills will be pre
ented January 1, 1895, when
rompt payment will be cx
Drop a card in postoffice,
r send you order to the store.
JLYSSE G. DESPORTES.
J. C RHIYNE,
~ESSEMER CITY, N. C.,
)rders r-ecei ;ed by me will be prompt
ly filled at lowest price'.
Referenice - FirSt National Banik,
~astonia, N. C. .5-17
F. W. IIABENICHT'S.
F'. W. IIABENICIIT'S.
DEA AF P~ NVIiL UBLR
up a new line of goods, such
,awns and Sateens, New Cali
ndervcests, Silk Mitts, Fans, &c.
ite Linen Duck and Striped
s Your Chanc.
is to close out at COST.
a Day or So!
Dress Slippers. Be sure and
>een offered like these before in
Iit a Light Weight Coat and
m Come for a shine and be
IT IS ONLY A LIST,
Leggeti's Flavoring Exiracts.
S'Smoking and Chewing Tobacco.
O All kinds of .'pices.
* Mason's Fruit Jars.
A Large Supply of Paints
Still on Hand.
Don't fail to try our Pearle Polish
for all kinds of metal; sold in 10c. and
25e. boxes. Try this Polish once and
yon will use no other.
HO0W FAR A LITTLE MONEY
will go these hard times, call in
and get a good pair of
Or a better kind for
Or the BEST for
I also have them in Gold and Silver,
and guarantee satisfaction.
C. M. Chandler.
FREShIMDPOUTED SA RDINES.
Fresh Salmons Steak in i lbs.
Fresh Potted 11am.
Fresh Cove Oysters.
Fresh Hammond Co.'s Corned Beef.
F. W. [IABENICIIT'S.
2 D~oz. MOSQUITO COLOGNE.
for these pests.
Also One Dozen
PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND).
For sole by
W X. E. AIKEN.
JOHN J, McMAHAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
12X; Law Range, Columbia, s. C.
Solicits business in his native Ceunty
->At the Co:
A beautiful line of Colored and i
Lawns, White Lawns, Checked M us
Fabris for spring wear, &c.,&
A pretv line of Laces just recived.
A line of good losiery at lo
Onr Ladies' and Gent.
Another lot of Low Cut Shoes will
few jobs in Reed's and Padan's Shoes w
Our stock is composed of standard
what we sell. If vou wish the finest al
Call at the Corner Store and oblige,
__ ~ JV~
ormal Paut Hotel
VALHALLA, S. C,
A GOOD PLACE TO SPEND THE
'Where you can have
Attention at a
At an attitude of 1200 feet the nights
ro always cool, water cold and pure,
nd scenery grand.
For ratts write to
C. M. NEILD,
Rass' Royal TImpjorted
Illlll SpilllS Hotel
GLENN SPRINGS, S. C.
This favorite Resort for health and
pleasure is now open to visitors. For
rates of board and other particulars,
For Glenn Springs Wa
ter, Apply to
A NICE LOT OF
And our stock of Groceries is
WHEN YOU WANT
Flour, Meal, Bacon,
Sugar, Coffee, Tobacco
Rice, Grits, Lard,
Roast Beet, Chipped Beet,
Tomatoes or Trinware,
Give us a call.
ONE BARREL NEW CROP
ONE CASE FINE LA RGE
XORTHIERN CIn AGiiES.
F. w IIARENICHIT'S. I
rner Store e
!ark >alekns, Figre-l Pongces, Irish
inw Cai z Gnh Light Woo 1
e Goods v
'. ]; 1ices'
I [andkrc lhiefs were never cheaper.
ILok 4 at oar I Iats bethre buying.
be received in a few days. We have a
a will sell at reduced pr'ees. Ask to
oods in this line and we guarautee
d best flour ask for the "OBELISK."
. Beaty& Bro.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
The 28th term begins on MONDAY,
OCTOBER 1, 1894.
Full English Course,
Classical and Modern Languages,
Mannal Training in Machine Shop,
Military Discipline and Drill.
Send for catalogue to
REV. A. TOOMER PORTER, 1). D.,
6-23-td Charleston, S. C.
DUE WEST, S. C.
pens first Monday in October next.
Offers Classical and Scientific
ar-c and handsome building com
pleted. Delightful climate.
Now ini the 55th Year of
otal expcnses for board andi tuition
r3'Write for catalogue.
W. M. GRIER, President.
DAV IDSON, N. C.
Fifty-eighth year begins September 13,
Nin men in the Faculty.
Curriculum in lower classes.
Higher classes elective.
Three degrees conferred.
Terms reasonable. bend for catalogue.
J. B. SHEARER,
A COOL SUMMER RE EORT.
The hotel at this delightfully cool
summer resort has been thoroughly
renovated and improved. The hotel
will be opened for the season on May
the 4th instant.
Round trip excursion tickets now on
sale. No lay over at Lanes, close con
nection made. No mosquitoes, fine
bathing, splendid fishing. The table
has the personal supervision of the
proprietress, and will be supplied with
tsh, crabs, oysters in every style, also
also clams and shrimps when in season.
For terms, address
MRS. WINTHROP WILLAMS,
Waverly Mills P. 0., Georgetown
County, S. C.
And Original Saline Mineral Springs and
O ANm A POPULA SUMMER RESOlRT
ST. CATHARINES, CANADA.
A favorte and most liberally managed
summer resort, thoroughly renovated and
improvedl, with new bedding added. A
desirable home for Southern people. Fine
drives and scenery. Niagara Falls 11
miles distant. Absolutely free from mala
ria and miosquitoes. Excellent, varied and
liberal table Service and appointments
irst-class. The baths a positive cure for
rheumatism, rheumatic (gout, sciatica and -
nervous affectious. Send for descriptive
panhe. C. V. WAR~D. Manager.
~3 $5. CORDOVAN,
* SEND FOR cATAL~OGUE
o can save m1oney b p asing WV. L.
Beca.se, we are the largest manufacturers of
adertied shoes in the world, and guarantee
the value by stamping the name and price o
prices ad he mddlema' npro~ts. Ourshe
dealer cannot supply you, we can. Sold by
W. J. JOIHNSON,
- i1:igeway. S. C.