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Thurstay. September 5 . : 5
School Notice-J. C. Caldwell, Chair
Notice of Corporation-G. 11. Mc
Master and Others, Corporators.
-The services at the Methodist
Church continue with unabated inter
est. The song service in the evening
takes place at 8 o'clock and preaching
commences at 8.15. The morning ser
vice takes placA at 11 o'clock every da)
and is we)i attended.
CH iPTER. MEETLG. - The regular
convo.:ation of Winnsboro Cbapter
No. i2, R. A. M., will be held this
(Thursday) evening at 8 o'clock.
C. M. CHANDLER,
AN OLD LANDMARX GONE.-There
is hardly any one in the county who
did not know old Pete Craig. Pete
was a shoemaker by trade, but the
train cut his arm off about twenty
three or four years ago and he could
not tollow ttbat busitess any longer.
In ti.e bar-room days Pete was a pret ty
successful "runner." le could tow
as many jugs into port as te next man
and made his living by this business.
Besides he "tended" a good many
stores. For a long time he had been
confined to his bed with drpsy and
died on Tuesday morning. He was a
kind of white wan's negr.> and his
white friend; adiniisterel to his
want- freely during his illness.
Winnsboro Steam Fire Engine Company.
A; i;nd iegular .nonthly meeting of
your con:pany this (Thursday) evening
at 8 o'clock
G. It. McMASTER,
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Second Week Jury.
The following is the list of thelpetit
jury for the second week of Court a'
the coming term:
J. C. Willingbam, Willis Davis, col
ored, W. D. Park, Jno. R. Pickett,
W. E. Ne'son, J. S. Li les, Bun Emer
son, colored, 11. E. Ketchin, Moses
Boulware, colored, W. Burrell Hogan,
Thos. E. Smith, W. W. Ketchin, Daniel
Johnson, colored, William McCarley,
Saml. S. Co!eman, J. M. Higgins, Jeff
D. Boulware,. W. P. Jones, W. S.
Stevenson, R. Aiken, Ben Armstrong,
colored, R, M. Brice, A. C. Hood, Ben
Richinond, colored, C. E. Cathcart,
J. S. Cnappe:l, Wiliis Jackson, T. P.
Ligon, Most s B. Clarke, S. T. Mc
* Kei.wn, W. .Wat t Brice, Jos. D. Mar
e Miss Ida May McMeekin, from
Jenkinsville, aind Miss Fannie Hunter,
of Union, are visiting Mrs. G. W.
~ Cap. ad Mrs. McMeekin and Misses
Sallie and Mamie McMeekin have r'e
tturnecd fromu a visit to their former
home at Mon:icello.
Mr. RI. J. McCarley, of Columbia,
was in. town W1ednesday.
Mrs. C. A. Dougla?ss has returned to
town from Albion where she has been
spending ,ome tin.e.with the family of
Mr. Juo S. Dungla-s.
Mrs. Nan y Stevinuson, a sister of
Mr. W. C. Bea'y, is vi-iting the
member3 of the Beaty famnity, her
son, Mr. Ri.,b r-t Stevenson, accompany
Miss Mamie Westbrook, of Milford,
Pa., whio has been visiting M~ss Maggie
Thompson returned to her home on
Miss Maggie Thomnpson went to
,Newv York on Tuesday to prac:ioe her
L..profes-ion of trained nu se in that
Mir A. R. Stewart, who op reed
the Oman and S-ewart gq .rr. itn ths
county, wa, i s town on bu-iness o.t
Mr. R. it. .Jetfares is qn te si.-k at
his ho-ne 'tea I" -tt.rville with f,-ver
Mr,. R~ b nun.t, it r<. Q. D Wi i
ford'- it .t ter, r. ti nl" ! I t0 Ii* r it 'tn
at Edgt-m ore., 4. C.. o)1 Mloiar.
- Mrs. L'tu !erdate lef forv N -wYak
A COTTON MILLS.
The folLwing gentletmen h.tve ap
plied to the Secretary of State for
permission to act as as board of corpo
rators for the purpote of organizing a
company to build a cotton mill in or
near Winneboro, to be known as the
Fairfield Cotton Mills:
W. R. Doty, W. C. Beaty, T. K.
Elliot', J1. Q. Davis, J. L. Bryson,
Geo. R. Lauderda:e, J. F. McMaster,
G. W. Rag-dale,GU.11. McMaster, B.J.
Qua ttlebaum, J. G, Mc~ants, A. S.
Douglass, R. Y. Turner, J. P. Call
w elI, U. 6. DesPortes, J.M. Beaty.
The aimr is to raise one hundred
th. usand d->llars capital stock and
finailly to increase the capital sto~k by
serii instalments until at least five
hundred thou'and dollars or more
,shall beraised. The stock will be
divided itito shares of the par valae of
tif'y dolla a, and pa' ments will be
made mn either of four classer:
Class A: Cash, or its equ'valent in
Class B: In tmonthly instalmens of
five equal monthly p:yments.
Class C: In monthly instalments of
two dollars per share ps r month.
Class D: Ini monthly in-talmnents of
one dollae er share i er month.
Thus it i, been that the above n imed
incorpora ors have a'1opte~d a plan
wilt be received. 1)f course tbere w:
be h-avy subscriptions by some b
this does not preclude anyone fro
cortributing one dollar per month
SA cents per day.
Do nut confuse the Famous Bluh <
Roses with the many worthless paint
powders, creams and bleaches whi'
are flooding the market. Get the gem
ine of your druggists, John L. M
Muster & Co., 75 cents per bottle. at
I guarantee it will remove your pin
ples-, freakies, blackheads, moth, tf
and sunburn, and give you a luve
DEATH OF A FORMER CITIZEN,
Mr. Jarne, A Glenn, one of tl
most (steem-d mail carriers of th
city, died at bis residence in this cil
at 2.30 o'clock Tuesday morning. I
had been in ill health since last wite
when he contracted pneumonia in co i
sequence of exposure during the s
vere snow storms ot that season. H
disease finallv developed into consum]
During Mr. Glenn's long illness ti
members of the locl lodges of ti
Woodmen of the World aud Knigh
of Honor were unceasing in their a
tent'ons to him. ile carried $2,0(
insnrance in each of these organz
tionQ, wh'ch will be promptly paid; i
fact, it is said that of the Woodmen (
the World is aleady en route to th
The luneral ,. rv:ces wet e conductE
Wednesday morning by Rev. G.
Biackburv, of the Second Presb% teria
Cnurch, of which Mr. Glenn wa;
devoted and c.mnsistent member. Tt
pall-bearers were Messrs. Thos. Ma
tin, E. T. Hendrir, A. M. Boozer, C.1
Baldwin, Jr., Robert Martin, A. Mo
ftt, W. A. Forde and Willie Perry.
The deceased wai born in Fairfiel
C.,unty, about a mile below Jenning
store. Ie was a son of the late Mi
Hal grove Glenn, and a cousin of o
esteemed townsman J. G!enn McCant
Esq. We knew him to be a man <
high character, true to himself and t
others. He left a wife and several chi
dren, who have the sympathy of all<
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
THE LADIES' CANNERY.
If there is an institution detervin
mention, an:t one about which a re
prter might write strongly withon
fear of following the fate of Ananiai
it is the Ladies' Cannery, of WinnE
boro. In a zrove near the residenc
f Capt. II. A. Gaillard, en his premi
ses, the building where the goods ar
packed is situated in a p!easant shad:
nd retired spot. It was "our man's
first visit to the place, and after lookin
round be felt that he had seen some
hng deserving of special mentiori
rs. I1. A Gaillard is president, mana
ger, superintendant and in fact run
The manner of preparing the vege
table for canning will boubtless inte
rest many of our readers, so we wil
give freely a description of the proces:
First in the matter is a large boile
set in brick, the water in the boile
being brought from the branch,
distance of about 75 feet, by means (
n ejector or steam pump as it migh
e ca'led. The steam in the boileri
kept about fifty pounds pressure
From this boiler-there is pipe whic1
mpties into a large zink vessel; th
tomates are let down in this boilin;
water by means of a wire cloth vessel
Whn stearned enough for the pealini
to come off they are pulled up by
ope at.d wheel This is the first stel
concerning tomatoes. The.y are thei
optied into a large fiat trough; oi
either side of which is sitting on t w
og benches a lot of pretty girls whi
ommence at.once to pick out a quantit;
and the pealing and culling commences
The pealings and refused parts ar
ushed down this sloping trough an<
emptied into a vessel at the lower end
This vessel is emptied into cattl
troughs ab.>ut one hundred yard
away where the well groomed cow
eem to relish them. The tomatoe
after being pealed and culled are takei
to another table and are mixed (whei
rei -.s) wish okra, which has gon
brtntgh the ste iming process also in
wooden barre. The ckra is choppe'
p but the to:natbes at e put in th
:' s wvhole as they cotmm.ind a bette
nrice whets whole. After the cans ar<
til d they are wiped off and a tin plat
u- over the ho'e. The solderinag iroi
is at once applie I and the can is seale
1: A small punch hole is l6ft in th
enter of the end( of the can ia4 orde
that the air may be driven out by tb
action of hot water into which th
can's are submerged half their depth
When the air is driven out throug]
the small hole it is closed with solde
and thetn the cans are let down int
another vesrel of bei'ing water and re
main a given time by the clock. Th
whole lot are at once lifted into anothe
framed b sket and are hoisted u
stairs to be labeled Thue entire liftin
is done with a crane and derrick, an
a very small girl will raise them easil:
Everything goes on with ilitar
exactness, an.l each one shows that sh
knows what to doi and when to do i
We asked Mrs Gaillard if they wet
to work about 8 o'clock. She repie<~
"At 8 o'clock, not about:'
The piuck of each and every onec
our. fair y-utng ladies is commendabli
the would nut the men of Winnsbor
to shame to see how unreservidly the
ay hold and work with a will.
man would ask for a machine at once
in fact, our reporter was inventirx
machines in his misnd while these bus
hands were doing tbe work. But th
this is the way, n oinant goes ahea
and des a piece of work while a ma
is sun'ing an easy way to do it.
Th goods manufactured by or
la~i. c smmand a good nies as atl
ill in the market, and they meet all com
at petition. Some of them have be.. a
m shipped to Guatemala. It happened
- that a gentleman ate some in Charles
ton, and upon inquiry found that
Welsh & Eason, of Charleston, pur
chased thcm of the Ladies' Cannery.
He at once placed an order with
- Welsh & Eason to ship a lot to Guxe
d Mrs. Gaillard and the ladies who
I have assisted her deserve the greatest
ly commendation for their efforts which
have been crowned with success. As
we left the place we felt like we ought
to let them vote.
e Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
.y A SOUTH CAROLINIAN HUNG IN
r JACKOONVILLE, Fla., Sept. 3.-A
e. special to the Times- Union from Jasper,
is Fla., says: Jos. B. Norton, white,
was hanged here to-day for the murder
of James Denmark, also white, on the
a night of January 4th. It was intended
e that the execution should be private
s and a high fence had been erected
t. around the gallows. but the crowd tore
)0 this down and 3,000 persons saw the
hani'g. Norton azcended the gallows
tat 11.2.5, stepping ai firmly as if he
were walking to his dinner instead of
is to his d. ath. fle said in his statement
that he di-i not kill Denmaik, but that
d his life had been sworn away by per.
L jared witesseq. He pointed out
n Mesfr . Mc.\lpin and Miles as two of
a the mn who . ad sworn falsely against
e him. T.i,. alinost caused a riot.
r. Young lMcAlpin, who is a soi of
Representative McAlpin, made a des
. perate effort to get at Norton, evidently
intending to assault him. Sheriff
d Polhill called on the crowd to assist
him, and McAlpin was finally arrested
and order restored
e. Norton's neck was broken on the
r springing of !he trap. A novel feature
of the execution was that, at Norton's
request, a white gauze veil was pulled
over his face instead of the traditional
j. Norton was a magnificent specimen
of manhood, being fully 7 feet tall and
weighing 250 pounds without an ounce
of surplus flesh. He was 30 years of
age and born ins Williamsburg, S. C.
where his famil'y still lives. He is the
. third white man hanged in Florida
since the war.
From a letter written by Rev. J. Gun
derman, of Dimotidale, Mich,, we are per
. mitted to make this extract: "I have no
hesitation in recommending Dr. King's
New Discovery, as the results were almost
, marvelous in the case of my wife. While
I was pastor of the Baptist Church 'at
Rives Junction she was brought down with
e Patmumonia succeeding La Grippe. Ter
rible paroxysis of coughing would last
hours with little interruption and it seemed
e as if she could not survive them. L
friend recommended Dr. King's New Dis
coverv; it was quick in its work and higl -
ly satisfactory in iesults." Trrial bottles
tree at Mcllaster & Co.'s Drug Store.
Regular size 50c. and $1.00 *
.THE S. C. WOM[AN'S ROOM.
s Many Exhlbits Wanted in Certain Depart,
The exhibit promises to be very
-good. As the space is quite limited,
the board have concluded to make
, rather a specialty of some de'partments.
They want to illustrate the dross of
r."ye olden tyme," and will be glad to
r have the women of the State send old
a and handsome or unique apparel of
the ancient dames of their family.
t They wish also to show by exhibiting
lamps and candlesticks of every date
the way our homes have been lighted,
.so they would like exhibits in this line,
2 ancient hand or oil lamps, candelabra,
wax tapers, Confederate "lighters" of
eany kind down to the beautiful hand
painted China lamp of to-day.
L There will be a good many hand
some exhibits of old time work, so
"that our young matrons s nd maidens
must send in some very levely em
broidery and. fancy work if they want
a to prove what most of them secretly
a think, that they ar e much "smarter"
than their grandmothers were.
There willbe one exhibit which will
attract much attention--the handsome
Jackson vace, spoken as in the State of
Monday. It was presented first to
Gen. Jackson by the women of South
Carolina in memory: of the battle of
New Orleans, and Col. Blanding, the
.oldest survivor of the Mexican vete
rans, says he does not know a more
a fitting place to exhibit it than the
South Carolina woman's room. There
s will also be shown the spear head of
the Palmetto regimental flag. In con
a nection there will be several other
a Mexican relics, and the women of the
board would be glad to receive still
r A Physican Prescribes Dr. Mites'
Dr Miles Medical Co., Eikhart, Ind.:
3 My daughter Mattle, aged 14, was afflicted
I last spring with St. Vitus dance and ner
e voses hretr right side was numb
and eary pralzed Weconsulted a phy
sician and he prescribed Dr. Miles' Restora-:
tive Nervine. She took three bottles before
we s::w any certain sIgns of improvemen+.
;but after that she began to improve very
o fast and I now think she is entirely cured.
She has taken nine bottles of the Nervine,
but no other medicine of any kind.
Knox, Ind., Jan. 5, '95. H. W. Hosrma.
;Physicians prescribe Dr. Miles' Remedies
gbecause they are known to be the result of
"the long practice and experience of one of
y the brightest, members of their profession,
i and are carefully compounded by experi
d nced chemists. In exact accordance with Dr.
Miles' prescriptions, as used In his practice.
n On sale at all druggists. Write for Dr.
Miles' Book on the Heart and Nerves. Dr.
r Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
v Dr. lile' Randlis Ratare Imsit
for Infants and Children.
T Hvat of Cas with the atrmage of
nLUn- of persons, permit us_ to speak e it witheist gussang.
It is unoenably the best rmedy for Infants and Chmuba
the woirld has ever know. It is hanalsea. Chlim1Lke it. It
gives them lealth. It win save the lves. In it EtheS ae
something whik is absolutely safe and praetioaUw perfet as a
Castoia desrys Weemu.. -
Castasiamif als'vs sora.
Castoria prevente vomiting Bea Qued
Castorla euies Dimhraa and Wind CAM.
Castorla relievee Teehing Tu
Castoiia eures Constipation ad F1sateme.
Gastewla neutralises the efet of eakoeIe aeiL s er' psismass. ear.
Casteia does not ostain amorphine, opirm,ow ethernareatle eispty.
Casteela -S-mat the food, reg=ulte. the stom.ch and bels,
giving hedtby .ad.zatural sleep.
Castoria is pit a# in one-sie bottle. only. It is not soM in 6ULk.
Don't allow Say one to sel you a&ything else the pleaser pomise
that it i. "Justa -good" and "wi ans, every prgs."
See that you get C-A--T-0-I-1-A.
The ie-mime l.ss
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorlas.
A GOOD CHANCE
SLIPPERS -- CHEAP.
From this date I propose to close out my en
tire line of Ladies',-Misses' and Childrenjs Slip
pers at COST; for the'cash and cash oznly. --AU
goods charged at regular prices. .. .
Now, remember this offer is only for the
J L. MIMNAUGH.
Qe D. WILLIFORLD, - - agr
OTICE OF INCORPORATION
DN Saturday, the 7th day of September, DD
instant, at 10 A. M., at the Drug
Store of McMaster & Co., books will be
pened for subscription to the capital ___
stock of the McMaster* Company-to be
rganized for the: pui-pose of doing aUr
general mercantile busimess in the town of
G. HI. McMASTER.
(G. B. McMASTER,
M. F. McMASTER,
THE NEXT SESSION of MiT. ZION
Scool will begin on Monday, the 30th
ay of September.
Tuition in Collegiate Departrment: I si h ie n ista abe
igher English...1.00 per month. betta n t~rad
Scientific........-1.50 per month. aemotaslanqucyreied I
las8ical.... ..... .$2.00 per month. stlsRmericls-z.Noebtr
No charge for tuition in Common lesCaaofr.
School Department. BRUL EFR F.C.
J. C. CALD WELL,wAMNO.0..
9t isiincheltChes.ndBoard Trustembse
$3S OExcOlmBIA. Srn. e re. e
- I C-TrrnA h:N. '- D N JS R
Oeseion beginslSepteoblr 24th.the
AllegularhCourses withlDiplomas. Special
Courses, wiAth efaes. Brd, D8 a
month. Totai necessr ysexpenses for th
yeae (exclusive ofttoavelingsclothinsolen
Froooks),torom s113dto $153.hWomenkad
-L hde aD, S.. - Foute nfOrmtion adrsh
7 27ti1~ JA MESU WARoW.
~ Mre&W,5mrms.,.N6I DENT dw S RY
nd fancy Ducks just received.
ty. Our fancy Jackonet makes
now offered at cut prices for
Ladies' Shoes just received;
ord Ties. We have a small
ck- and Russets, and Patent
es, Lard, Bacon, Grits, Rice,
xtracts, Evaporated Apples,
Y & BRO.
After the first rain is your
time to sow
Red or Purple Top,
Red or Purple Top,
Red or Purple Top,
Large White Globe,
.Large White Globe,
Large White Globe,
Pomeranian White Globe,
Pomeranian Whiite Globe,
Pomerania'White Globe, /
Seven Top, 1
Golden Ball, or
Be certain to call on me be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
IR, . . HAB IT.
AND SALE SABLES.
I STILL H AVE ON HAND
A FEW GOOD MARES.
A FEW BUGGIES.
A FEW SECOND-HAND WAGONS
A FEW MILOR COWS,
I will sell cheap for cash or exchange
them fox dry cattle.
Winnsboro. S. C.
- DAVIDsoN, N. C.
Next term begins Sept. 12. Nine In
structors, Aple Liboratories, Apparatus,
nasiu,gBall Grounds, TnIs Curt,
I send for a Catalogue..SERR
Another lot of white, black
Also a nice line of fancy Dimi
a beautiful and cool waist for s
Wool Dress Good stock is
A new lot of Zeigler Bros'.
also low price and medium OxJ
lot of Gents' Oxford Ties, Bla
Leather, which we are offering
Fresh Flour, Meal, MolasE
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Spices, I
Soap, Starch, Soda, Crackers.
riumph New Irish Potatoe.
Call on us. Respectfully, -
J. M. BEA]
SOUTHERN RALWAY 00.
gasteam Itme Columbia a ts Noeth.
Northboun. e 36Na NO 1ve
sula Sawo 1998. Day DRly DolY
L. Jacksoavlle.......... 6 I ....... T.0 a
LT. Savannah.......... 10.41 p ....... 11.0 a
Ar. Columbia......... 3.5.4 a . 4 p
v Chawlsto...... .... AO.
Ar Columbia......- P.
L. Culumba. .............. 9
"r WAinnvsb.... ...... 0
........ ....... U2 $A 7a$
Book BiM....... ....... U
Ar Charlotte. .... ...... * L
v~ol...........Aa 140.a Mp
Wimboo.......... . 11.10Mp:
"Rok~il.... .....-.12a1 a.7:
................... .420 a
Wasingon .28 Ma 6. a
71I1.28 xa TlJa 8.05.
Baltimore...... ......a11 ' 1.0 PA.5 a
*Philadelph......--.. .03 01
'lNew York.,..i...... 6.0 *al6 2.5S ;
:Bothbund .Daily Daily Daily
E.New York....... ...2. 15n4 12.15'nt 4.20 p
"ghuadelphia.... ...,739 7.20 al 6.5 p
." Baltimore-..... ....~ 9.2 m a 9J
v.Washngtoa......11 .1514l.4 p
v.nvilb........ ..031 S
L.Carlotte..~..---- 1.6 .2
". Rok 2111..... ...1 11.1
" Chester.,......... a2R2StnLO
" 'WnnsborO....... 1A 4.I15.
Ar.Columba....-...... .Oi .0L~
v.Columbia............ 10 .2P
" Jonlstonh......... .. 3.2lp
" Treatos.......... . .,.646 .3p
" GrnteiUlo....--..... 71624
Ar Aguta........... 8. 0 4.15 p S
Lv.olubl . I 0....5 .5 .35 p
.Ar~arlsto.- .. 11. . -.. 00 p
Lv.Cou...... . 28 ml . . 10 p
............. ........9 .4 p
A s. 2g7sa...--- .... Wa ......o 8.0 S at 4.5
.4.o6 mia.... ....... 1.0 e ..... 4.0
Nos.37 and 86 U.S ast hrougi
Pullmaa- Badtet Sleeping car and Arst-Olass
oah JaoksonviIe and New York; also Pull
---N 3 6a 36 not enter Iton
Statin Columbia, but discharge and take on
and baggmge at utanding St.
WA. TURK. S. H. EARDWICK,.
G PA.WAsHGIONo. A GP A, ALANTA.
.EurKZ.Y. Supt., CorLUMUA, S. C.
W.H. GREEN, J. ). CUL P.
G Spt., WAORINGTON. T M, WASEZNON.
BA RL EY,
and BUTTER COLOR.
TOILET SOAPS, Etc.
The best .00 Men's Shoes en the
Made fo anyn~nI i
soe ihLewis' Cork Filled Soles.
'of all the popular toes, lasts and fasten
adet bSuaioPliy~ 10 ood
Wear Lewis' Accidenit Insurance
Shoe, anA gn Insnrad free.