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Saturday. September 7. : :
Books of Subscription-W. R. DI.ty
and Othei s, Corporators.
-The factory-iLd a good thing;
push it along.
-How much stock are you going to
take in the Fairfield Mills?
-The merchants are beginning to
open up their stock of fall goods.
-Tite mercury doesn't seem to rea
lize the fact thit this is a fall month.
- Everybody who is interested in
Winn-boro's welfare should take fac
-The managers of the oil mill are
getting things in shape for beginning
-The union service will be held -at
the Methodist Church at 8.15 o'clock
-Why don't you assist in making
the South Carolina exhibit at the ex
position a success?
-The morning and evening services
at the Methodist Church continue to
be very largely attended.
-The first bale of new cotton sold
in Blackstuok was purchased by G. L.
'Kennedy & Co. The prize paid was
-New cotton is no longer a novelty
in Winnsboro. A good many bales
have already been sold here. It was
brin-Ing 7J I sterday.
-The name of Mr. D. V. Walktr
was inadvertently omitted from the
list e6 corporators of the "Fairfield
Millk publi;hed in our la t is-ne.
- A very pleasant little dance was
gi% n in ti.e armory Tuesday night.
Th members of the younger "set"
were largely* in evidence and they
seem- d to enjoy themselves hugely.
-t is pretty generally known by
this tme %,hat the result of the Monti
cello-Union ' 11 games last week was.
The Union b)ys simply wiped up the
earth with their Fairfield neighbors,
but we have entirely too much regard
for the feelings of our filends to pub
lish the score.
-A colored lunatic was brought to
townFriday morning and lodged in
jail for safe keeping. He kept things
lively around the jail for a while.
We are told that in his ravings Le
frequently refers to the condition of
the..public roads. If he had occasion
to use the roads very much, that is no
doubt the cause ef his lunacy.
-Has it not occurred to you that
Winnsboro has been remarkably
healthy this summer? There are few,
if -anv p'aces that c~n boast of a bet
ter 'health -reoord. Winnsboro has
alwal s been note-d -ir its freedom
from malaria and kindred e'its, but
the number of cases of sickness re
ported this summer is strikingly small.
-The local "fans" are taking a great
deal of interest in the race for the
pennant in the National and the South
ern League. In the former, Baltimore
Kseems to be the winning team. The
Southern League season has closed.,
but 'the winner of the pennant has not
been annonced yet. Evansville and
Atlanta both claim it, and the dispute
has nota yet been officially settled.
--The people of Fairfield are, as a
rule, much more deeply interested in
the price of cot ton than in yatch racing.
There 'are, nevertheless, some who
have been keeping themselves thor
oughly posted in regard to the per
formances of the ral boa's, Valkyrie
III and Defender, in the preliminary
races. The first of the series of races
c-.- the cup will be sailed today, and
news of the result will be eagerly
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Tau FzsrVE OYSTS.-Mrs. F. M.
Habenicht snill receive the first oysters
of the season to-day.
MIAKE AN ExAMPLE oF Hwx -On
Tuesday evening a colored boy rnamed
Floy11 was discovere.l r.musing him
self u~ad annoyinug the trainmen at the
freight depot by uncoupting cars. Me
was aromptly arrested and bound over
for u-ial at the approaching term of
Court. le will probably be inidicted
for mnalici >ns mischief.
R-.:LIloUs SERyICES. -Services will
be held in the following churches on
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
Rev. C. E. McDonald Pastor. Service
at 11 a. m. Sunday School at 5 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday 5 at p. m.
Young people's meeting and choir
practice, Friday evening at 8:15.
Methodist-11 a. mn. by the pastor.
sudySchool at 4 p. m. Prayer
meeingWedneday' at 5 p. m..sor
Sunday School at 5 p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednaesday at 5 p. m.
St. John's Church-Thir eenth Sun
dasy af~er Taini-y-Services by Rev.
F.di.'ard Be- ed-c. Ho'y Communion
7.30 a. mn. \forning service, 11 o'clock.
Evening se vice, 8 30o o'clock. Sundayi
Sch-toi, 5 -45 p. m.
From a letter writ'en by Rev. J. Gun
-derm:an, of Dimonadale, Mich,, we are per
mit-ed to make this extract: -'I h've no
hesitettionl in recomnmendingr Dr King's
New Discovery, as the results were almost
marvelous in the case of my wif e. W hile
1 w is pastor of the Baptist Church at
Rives Junction s.he was brought down with
Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe. Ter
ribs paroxysmis of cougin.. would last
houws with little interruption and it seemed
as if sh-- could not survive the~m. A
friend recomimended Dr. King's New Dis
covt ry: it was quick in its work anid hieh-.
ly sai.,factory in iesults." Trial tbottles
free at Mc~la-ter & Co.'s Drug Store.
Reular size 50c. and $1 00 *
For Bent, .ery Low.
The house f 4rmerly occupied by
T. P. Bryson. Possession givev at
once. For terms apply to
J. L. BRYSoN
Our Cannery at the Expositton.
Fifty cases of canned goods put up
by the Ladies' Canning Company have
been hipped to Atlanta where they
will form a part of the South Carclina
exhibit. This is an excellent method
of advertising these goods and it is
hoped that the returns will be satis
factory. We are very certain that
there will not be on exhibition a grade
of goods supersor to that put up here.
Do not confuse the Famous Bluah of
Roses with the many worthless paints,
powders, creams and bleaches which
are flooding the market. Get the genu
ine of your druggists, John H. Mc
Muster & Co., 75 cents per bottle, and
I guarantee it will remove your pim
ples, freAkles, blackheads, moth, tan
and sunturin, and give you a lovely
Foot Ball in Fairfield.
We were informed a day or two ago
by a young gentleman who is deeply
interested in such things that a strong
foot-ball eleven will be organized in
the county this winter. The team
will probably be composed of the
Winnsboro and Monticello athletes
who are anxious for some experience
on the "gridiron." They propose to
tackle the college team in this State.
It is hoped that their enthusiasm will
not die out when "training" com
The first ball game of the season for
Winnsboro was that played Friday
afternoon by the local team and the
Ioreb bo' s. We have seen more
iientific exh:bitions of ball playing,
bat the occasional errors didn't keep it
from being a very interesting g ime.
A large party of young ladies from
the Horeb neighborhood came in to
inspire their friends. The local
"rooters" h ild up their end of the
line, as far as "grand stand" coaching
The following is the scare: Winns.
boro 18, Horeb 7.
Florida Wishes Our Helons.
Shipping waterm.lons from Fair
ifeld to Florida appears somewhat
Lke reversing, the natural order of
things, but the probabilities are that
the melon growers around here will
ave an opportunity of doing that very
A Florida merchant wrote to Mr.
W. II Creight a few days ago and
asked him if he thought it likely that
aarload of melons could be purchased
at this place. He wishes melons weigh
ing not less than sixteen pounds each,
bt is not-particular about the variety.
itis rather late in the season to make
so large a shipment, but it would be
well for those who have late crops to
look into the matter.
hildren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Cotton Shipments for 1893 and 1894.
The following is an official statement
t the number of bales of cotton
shipped from this point during the
seasons of 1893 and 1194:
1893. Bales. 1894. Bales.
August, 20 August, 233
September, 1227 September, 1478
October, 2405 October, 2337
November, 2101 November, 2469
December, 1243 December, 1070
January, 684 January, 817
'ebrury, 510 February, 264
March, 424 March, 278
April, 341 Apr'l, 199
May, 111 May, 447
June, 117 June, 247
July, 115 July, 849
"Cotton season" reckoned from Au
gust to July 31st inclusive. (Season
1895 starts August 1, 1895.)
Miss L-ura McMaster is visiting in
Mr. and Mrs. T. 8. Bryan, of Co
lumbia, passed through Winnsboro
Friday. They have just returned from
avisit to Boston and other northern
Mr. Win. HI. Millett, who has been
m a visit to his uncle, Mr. E. Millett,
left Friday for Columbia where he has
c~epted a posit ion with R. J. McCar
le & Co.
Mrs. Jas. L. McLin left Thursday
evening for her home in Chester County
after a stay of several weeks in Winna
Miss Nanniie Phinney, who has been
summering in Florida, returned to
Wisboro Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. C. S. Matthews, who graduated
this year at Davidson College, will
leave in a few da's ato take charge of a
acol near Greenville.
Miss Bess Horton has returned to
her home in Charlotte after a visit -to
her cousin, Miss Lizzie Cureton.
Mr. Win. Eglesten has returned
home from Sewanee, Tenn., whe e be
has been spending his vacation.
Mr. Cuthbert Bacot, who is no0w
traveling in th~e in'erest of an Atlanta
otton establishmenst, spent Thur~day
in town. Mr. Bacot moved from
Winsboro tenl years ago. His friends
ere very glad to see him after so
1 ng an absence.
Mr. Chas. K. Rabb wan in town a
day or two .g Mr. Rabb las for
sveral years been ployed as a con
ductor on the Soui'ern, but he has
rcently acc ~ Esimilar position
with the F. C. &P
Childrn Cry to Pitchde Caetaria.
A DEPLORABLE ACCIDEN'T.
Wm. Stevenson Has His Foot Crushed b,
Another name has been added t th
list of those injured while attempting
to buaid a moving train. O Thors
day night shortly after 9 o'clock, whi'
the south-bound freight was passiln
the passenger depot, the beveuteen
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. D. 11
Stevenson, was painfully injured whiN
trying to jump upon the forward plat
form of the cab.
Those wh> witnessed the unfortu
nate accident say that in his effort t(
board the train the poor fellow missec
his hold and was thrown violently t(
the ground with his left foot across th
rail. Ue got up immediately, and
those standing near did not think he
had been hurt until he was seen t<
grasp a lamp post for suppoi t. At
examination revealed the fict that th4
wheels of the car had passed over hi
left foot and crushed it horribly,
Several physicians were summoned al
once, and after seeing the wound il
did not take them long to decide that
the amputation of the leg just above
the ankle was a necessity. le stood
the operation remarkably well, and is
at present doing as well as can be ex
The accident is a particularly sad
one, and the injured boy and hii
patent- have the sympathy of the en.
tire c*miua. y. There is every ? ea
son to believ that William's recovery
will be reasonably rapid.
THE PRIZE CLUB COMPLIMENTED.
In speaking editorially of tobacco
culture in this State, the News and
"What is wanted is that we should
have the "best market," in every coun
try town in the State, we are coming
to that point now very fast. York
ville and Laurens and Rock Bill and
Newberry and Columbia and Orange.
burg are all beginning to move in
their own behalf, and it is a foregone
conclusion that before the decade ends
Florence and Timmonsville and Su.
ter and Darlington will have to hustle
to keep the eonors they all claim so
hotly now from passing over to some
town in the interior or western part
of the State, whose name is scarcely
mentioned now in connection with
the tobacco business. The Wateree
Club, it should be remembered, has
not yEt turned its attention to the
weed; if it shodld take a notion to try
its hand we should not be at all sur.
prised if Winnsbore-but we shall see
what we shall see."
When Baby was slk, we gave her Castorfa.
When she wa achild, she cried for Casoria.
When she becameXIss, she clung to Castoia
When she had Children, she gave them Castorla.
BOOKS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
The Books of Subscription to the
apital stock of the Eairfield Cotton
ills will be opened on Monday morn
ng at 9 o'clock at The Peoples Bank,
Winsboro National Bank, and store
f J. M. Beaty & Bro.'s.
D. V. Walker,
J. Q. Davis,
G. Ri. Lauderdale,
A. S. Douglass,
J. P. Caldwell,
B. J. Quattlebaum,
R. Y. Turner,
W. C. Beaty',
T. K. Elliott,
J. L. Bryson,
J. F. McMaster,
J. G. McCants.
G. W. Ragsdale,
U. G. Desportes,
G. H. McMaster,
J. M. Beaty,
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AP
lication will be made at the next ses
sion of the General Assembly for
mendments to the charter of the Cape
ear and Cincinjiati Railway Company
uthorizing the building of the road
o the limits of the State, either through
reenville or Anderson, as the Direc
tore may determine, crossing interven
ing Counties, and from near Camden
o the North Carolina lir~e in the direc
tion of Southport, N. C., crossing
ntervening Counties, and to change
the name to the Southport and West
ern Railroad Company, together with
other general amendments to the said
G. H. McMASTER,
J. C. CALDWELL, President.
Secretary and Treaburer.
FOR THIN PEOPLE.
Are you thin ?
lesh made with Thinacura Tablets by a
scientific process. They create perfect
assimilation of every form of food, secre~t
ing thue valuable parts and discardiug the
orthless. They make thin faces plump
and round out the figure. They are the
for leanness, conta-ning NO ARsENIC, and
b lutely harmless.
Pri1ce, pi-e9Eid, $1 per box, 6 for $5.
amphlet, "HOW TO GET FAT," FREE.
T'he THINACURA CO., 949 Broadway,N.Y
Cxx. FAsLtErz. Director.
Founddin 1853 by
E.Torjde. p O~
Of I~::Sendafor Pre'pectue
$$d' ivingfull information.
FrpJ a W. HArLE. General Manager
for Infants and Children.
iT RTY years' observation of Castorit with the patroMAge of
madume of persn, permit us to speak of it without guessing.
It is unquestioably the best remedy for nfants and Children
the world has ever known. It is harmless. Chldren like it. It
gives them health. It will save their lives. In it Nothers have
something which is absolUtely safe and practically perfest as a
Castorla prevents vomiiet $eu, Quid.
Casterk euks 1iarham and rind Colie.
SasiAd welievee Teething Troule
Castoracere. Constipation amd Flatlemy.
- *asteria neutralises the efects of erboazi acid gas or paZsnos air.
Casteria does not contain aserphine, opium, or ether naeotte property.
Casteuia assimlates the food, regulates the stoma ad bwend
giving headthy and natural sleep.
Castoria is put t in me-so bottles only. It is net sold in bulk.
Don't allow a one to sell you anytigelse on the les er roms
that it s "ust as good" and "will answer every purpose."
See that you get C-A--T-0--1-A.
The fac-shaile Now nevery
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorias
A GOOD CHANCE K
From this. date I propose to close out my en
tire line of Ladies', Misses' and Childrents Slip
pers at COST, for the'cash and cash only. All
goods charged at regular prices.
Now, remember this offer is only for the
J. L. MIMNAUGH.
Q. D. WILLIFORID, - - My
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION
ON Saturday, the 7th day of September,D
Store of Me fasterCo., Mbooa wilb
opened for subscription to the capital
stock of the McMaster Company-to be
organized f'or the purpose of doing a
general mercantile busimess in the town of fr S
G. B. McMASTER, ~mu
G. BI. McMASTER, 5 I
M. F. McMASTER,
School Corporator. 33 %
TH E NEXT SESSION of MT. Z[ON
School will begin on Monday, the 30th
day of September.
Tfuition in Collegiate Department: I si h ie n ista abe
Higher..English......$1.00 per month. eclenei aprn:Thyrees
Scientific..........$1.50 per month. rmotesladquklrpae.Al
Classical..........$2.00 per month. stlsRmerBcce-o. n btr
No charge for tuition in Common les asofre
J. C. CALD WELL,WAINT.0..
9Stil~ctl Chn. BoardsTrntthe tires__ and__rmsthat__Ramber
$ SH E EceLlee smost Sp Crn. hyaeIs
4S3~DFINCALF&AIUIM ~ gula CWusINO. DtI~o. Speia
$35 PUCE3 OLE. oueTH CrLINia. BoE,
HOE RIN month. To Ucss1Ay exene folh
EXTR-- WORKNGE year (exclusive of traveling, clothing, and
- EXRA FNE- books), from $113 to $153. Women ad
S2.$I.73 BSOOSE1 mit ted to all Classes.
.-LaDIrES- For further information, addrtss the
I e$so2.4Lt?. ~President,
Sgg. pOGL, 7 27tiloctl .JA MEs WVooDRoW.
W.I..Douglas $3& $4ShOes~
A:i our shoes are equally satlsfac.ty
Thyey give the best valae for the mes ~B. J. QJUA.'JT LE BA UM, D1)S
If yourdelrannotsupply youwe an Sodby1N N S40RO, S. C.
W. J. JOHNSON,
7-3 Ridgeway, S.C. ceSREIG ERCN
Jvelng. Drawing, Etc.,
p3A -a7=-->r T.M.BoULWARE,
Another lot of white, black
Also a nice line of fancy Din
a beautiful and cool waist for
Wool Dress Good stock i
A new lot of Zeigler Brol'
LlSokw price and medium 0:
ot of Gents' Oxford Ties, BI
Leather, vich we are offerin
Fresh Flour, Meal, Molas
5ugar, Coffee, Tea, Spices,
5oap, Starch, Soda, Grackers,
Triumph New Irish Potato(
Call on us. Respectfully,
T. M. BEAT
SUTHERN RAMWAY 00.
istern Tiae at vo1amban Pte. North.
Northbound, NO 36 No 10 38
ruy 105 Daily Daily
,. Jaeksonville........ 06 ...... a
v. Savannah....... 10.41 p.. 1L a
r. Columbia ..... 2.56 a. 4P v
,v Charleston ........... 6.00 ....... .......
Lr Columbia... ....... 10.15 p ......
Granittile..... ....... 10
Trenton............. .11.46 V P
Johnstons...... . ....... 06
rv Columbia . ...... o.......40 , 0
v Columbia. ... . ....... 4. a 4.0 a L*
"5YWinnsboro .........4 .7a S
Chester......... ....42 a *.69
"Rook Hl...........US 6.12
Lr Charlotte. ......... a 7.00 : p
Danville... o.......... 11.40 a1140 a
'1Ucl~ond... .......4 1.40 3.10 6. -
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'Now~rk.I 6. a6.01 9
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"Batimore.........9.42a 11.2a 92 p
" hiamdelha.....1.. p.0 3.50 1205 a
' New -Yor...... .... i' 6.20 6.2 a
.v.harote......1.o 11.0o 9 No537
"W.New York.... .....1.14n 1.145 114 a
" Philbapi.... .........7.2e.2 a~ 6.5
" Baltor....... ......~. 6.4 8 3 4 .22 p
Gan.asitonl.......... .. 7 1.16 8 045 p
.ichmstond....... ......80 0 p 41.55 1.5 p
...Danville. .....-.1... 70 . .0
" Ch rest .......I... 110a80p
kir.Columba....... .. .0. . 21
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" ite~lle...... ihDiig as otho
los 35and3 ...... 11.st 11.L 9.rouh
nan o ...uta.a . C1.ar 10.t7.
N. B- .....85ad d not enter Uno
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assenger..a.d.b2.2age 2.2 Dadi.00St
....... ....'.S . 4. 39 aRD I 1.7p
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tr Wu ut.... ....... ..... 8.0 aU '4.
N.3and BU.TE COFstM~L.
easosenger an aggea lndn
ORHe ARsD3.0Me' GRSst
veryoig onrisapidu ci
dn nustnc Rlcyeived., oo
.earit Lewis' ciet Sols.zD
hede Inance oicyre fore10,god.
and fancy Ducksjust received.
ity. Our fancy Jackonet makes
now offered at cut prices for
>J.adies' Shoes just received;
ford'Ties. We have a small
ack and 'Russets, and Patent
ses, Lard,_Baco Grits, Rice,
Extracts, Evaporatid Apples,
s in store.
PY & BRO. N
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,
Ponmeranian White Globe,
Pomeranian White Globe,
Pomeranian White Globe,
* ~ Seven Top.
Golden Ball, or
Be ici ain to call on mebe
fore purc'hasing elsewhere.
AND SALE SABLES.
I STILL HAVE ON HAND
6O f5or sae.
A FEW GOOD MARES.
A FEW BUGGIES.
A FEW SECOND-HAND WAGONS
A;F#W MILOH COWS,
[ will sell cheap for cash or exchange
them for 4ry cattle.
~$DsoN, N. C..
Next teri us sept. 12. NIne Ia
structors, Aulb Lboratories. Apparatus.
asu. hanIGrounds e~~ Court hc.
Send for a Catalogue.