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aturdai, September 14,
For Sale-J. A. Hinnant, ulei k.
An Ordinance-Jas. W. Han-than,
-Union service will be he'd at the
Baptist Cburch on Sunday night at
NAIL IN TUE FoO'.--On Thursday
as Dr. Hanahan was riding by the
corner at Caldwell & Ruff's, his mare
was seen to give way suddenly in one
of her bind feet. It was ascertained
that she had stepped on a large wagon
nail: it went into the foot about an
inch and three-fourths. Being rusty
it will make a painfal wound. The
animal seemed to suffer greatly, she
trembled and sweated freely from
agony. It will likely lame her for
several weeks and there is danger of
RZLiGioCs SERVICES.-SerYices 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. m. by the pastor.
Sundav School at 4 p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 5 p. in..
Presbyterian-1l a. m. by the pastor.
Sunday School at 5 p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 5 p. m.
Baptist-11 a. m. by the pastor.
Thursday afternoon meetings at 5
o'clock. Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Mr. A. M. Withers arrived from
Columbia oin Thursday.
C. A. Douglass, Esq., of Washing
ton, D. C., is visiting relatives in
Mr. T. H. Ketebin returned on
Thursday from New York and other
Northern markets, where he purchased
a stock of general dry goods.
Miss Alma Williams, a daughter of
the lae W. H1. Williams, and niece of
Mr. J. E. Williams, is visiting the
latter at the Winnsboro Hotel. She
arrived on Thursday and returns to
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
The Colored Farmers' Institute.
The colored Farmers' Agricultural
Institute, of Fairfield County, will
meet on Saturday, the 21st inst., at
12 mn. Every member is requested to
be present as business of vit'il impor
tance will come before the meeting.
The meeting will take place at John W.
Russell's store Jos. C. JAcK5oN,
The Time Changed.
Mr Editor: Will yon please say in
yo~cean' that there will be
preaching at Rock Creek Baptist
Church on the fourth Sunday in Sep
tember instead of the third Sunday,
ai previously announced.
By so doing y ou will greatly oblige,
Yout s very truly,
Rav. E. A. MCDOWELL.
Good evening! Have you used-Ah!
there is no nee iof my saying anything
further, I am sure von will hereafter
use nothing but the FAXous BLUsH OF'
ROSES for your complexion. Yours
with best wishes,
FLORA A. JLN~Es,
- South Bend, Ind.
P.S. Call this eve please at John
IH. Mcatr& Co.'s. and learn the
THE PROBLEM SOLVED.
~jMr. Jordan Holland, an old pros
perous and highly esteemed farmer
and stockman of Alabama, has at last
solved the Hog and Chicken Cholera
He has by bard study and much ex
perimenting discovered a sure, posi
tive, guaranteed and never failing
cure for the dreaded disease, which
has stcod the test in thousands of cases
without a single failure. his daugh
ter, Yris. Rachel V. Thomaa, a highly
esteemaed Crii an lady of Cowar. s,
Ala., is selling the recipe and family
righr, also the rca ly prepared mnedi
eine. The remedy is a certain prever
tative as well as a cure. Mrs. Thomnas
has a standing reward of $50.00 for a
case of Cholera which her remedy will
not cure. Price of recipe and family
right $1.00, medicine 50c. and $1.00
per bottle. Testimos.ials and circulars
free. Our readers should investigate
this. Address, Mrs. Rachel V. Thomas,
L. B. 717, Cowarte, Henry County,
. A'a. adv
5100 Reward 63 00.
The. readers of this paper will be
pleased to lenarn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
l,een able to cure in all its stages, and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure knownt to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken in'terna'ly, acting direct
ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and giving
the p :tient strength by building up the
consitution and assisting nature in
doing its work. The proprietors have
s.1 mneh faith in its curative powers,
that they otlf-r One Hundred Dollars
for any ca e that it fails to cure. Send
for list of testimonials. Address,
F. J. CHENEY & Co..
Tj"Sold by druggista, 750.*
Chiwdan Cry for Pitcer's Catoa
The Constitutional Convention is
just about organized, the committees
have been appointed on various de
partmens, but as yet no new matter
has been adopted. The first wrangle
was over the swearing in of members.
M. Ragsdale, fi ota our county, saw no
reason for -it, ard so stated. The
swearing, however, went on until they
got to Tillman, and he rcfused to be
sworn in, taking the ground that "we
are the people," and further that he
would not be able to hold his United
States Senatorship if he was elected to
another offce, and said he would re
sign his chair before he would take
the oath. This killed the swearing
business, so the balance of the mem
bers were not sworn in.
The adoption of the committee's re
port on tiles to govern the proceeaings
was urged on Thursday and it was
moved that thev be acted on at once.
Mr. Ragsdale raised the point that
the rules shon!d be printed and laid
on the desks so that the members
might read and know what they were
voting for; it was a very important
matter and deserved very careful con
After some discussifn, the matter
was made a special rule for Fi iday
and the printing was ordered.
Mr. Airich has a Constitution writ
ten oat whereby no one but a simon
DUre white man can be elected to the
Legislature or State Senate. le has
written out the whole Constitution.
Mr. Ragsdale introduced the follow
ing, which was referred to the com
mittee on finance:
"Bills appropriating money out of
the treasury shall specify the objects
and purposes for which the same are
made and appropriate to them respec
tively their seversl amounts in distinct
items and sections. And if the Gov
ernor shall not approve any one or
more of the items or sections con
tained in any bill, but shall approve of
the residue thereof, it become a law as
to the residue in like manner as if he
had signed it. The Governor shall then
return the bill with his objections to
the items or sections of the same not
approved by him to the house in which
the bill shall have originated, which
house shall enter the objections at
large on the journal and proceed to re
consider so much of said bill a is not
approved by the Governor.
"The same proceedings shall be had
in both houses in reconsidering the
same, as is provided in case of an en
tire bill returned by the Governor with
his objections, and if any item or sec.
tion of said bill not approved by the
Governor shall be passed by two-thirds
,f the members elected to.each of the
two houses of the Gener11i Assembly it
shall become a part of said law not
withstanding the objections of the
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
.r. Editor: Who can beat this? A
few days ago I made Mr. James John
ston, of iocky Mount, a professional
isil, and as I left, this venerable
gentleman put in my cart a lucious
watermelon of the Jones variety,
which weighed fifty-six pounds. The
following day I invited a few of my
neighbors to partake of tbis lucious
fruit with us. There was a sufficiency
for sixteen persons and all tcr. hungry
for melon too. Now, Mr. Editor,
when .t tell you some of my gues
were heavy feeders, including the
postmaster at Morgantown, you will
say this is a most marvelons story.
[ can assure you, Sir, there is no
Munchasanism about it.
Thanks, Mr. Johnston, and may you
ontinue to live many years to demon
strate that "there is life in the old land
yet." 3. A. 5.
Mitford, S. C., Sept. 9, 1895.
MOSSY DALE DOTS.
Mfr. Editor: This section has been
suffering for rain for the past five
weeks, consequently the effect upon
the growing crop is very visible.
The cotton crop will be very short,
and I see very 1:ttle difference in crops
that have been fertilizesi and those
that have nothing under them; one is
pening faster than the other, but the
fruitage is about the same. When you
ome to balance a~counts, I do not
think the crop will average over 60
The corn crop is very good. There
ill be more corn raised this season
than for several years.
The sot ghum crop will be fairly
good. There will be a considerable
quantity of syrup made this year, and
that we know to be pure and good.
Gardens are no gcod. A poor stand
The pea crop is suffering tor rain,
and promises a poor return from
There has been several sociables
hld in the neighborhood and a very
pleasant time cnjoyed by those who
Everybody is hard at work try ing
to gather their crops and anxious to
see wether there will be anything
I am gled to see the icut'on mill
agitating th-ough your columns. I
think tere is something in it now,
especially if the farmers will cime in
and assist the town. I wou:d suggest
a mass meeting be beld in the near
future and see what amount can be
raisc to start with on that day, and
then appoint working committees to
lok atter subscriptions in the various
towships. Let her roll while the
ball is hi.t. I want to see a mill tlhat
wll consume all the cott~on we make
in the cunty. I believe it will be to
our advantage, and we will get more
or our cotton, save freights and sell
the finished materia~s. Furthermore,
it will give employment to quite a
number of our unemploy ed people
who are anxious to make a good living.
Furthermore, it will make a market
for farm produce that is very much
edede. T. U. M K.
Afos. Dale, Sept 13 18%.
COMMITTED:SUICIDE OF TO" WA
MACON, Ga., Sept. 6.-A sensatio
was created here yesterday afternoe
by what turned out to be a joke playe
upon a curious and inquisitive crow
ot deput loungers.
Just before the departure of tiu
Atlanta trAin on the Ce itral the porte
at the Brouse house and :several othe
porters pas ed through the r.ice bear
ing a coffin encaned in a handsom
When the ceffin passed through th
office there was a number of guest
and loungers seated about, and eac!
of them wanted to know who wa
dead. Some of the more curiou
sought Clerk Wallace Sperry. Mr
Sperry whispered confidentially tha
the coffin contained the re-nais o
Tom Watson, and then in the mos
secret manner told him that Mr
Watson had committed suicide in hi
room, but that they we.re trying t
keep the matter quiet, as it alway
hurts a hotel for the public to knov
that a man had committed sulcid
there. The man at irst seemed doubt
ful, but when he was shown Tom Wat
son's name on the register he was con
vinced. He then followed olong be
hind the coffir., which was carrie<
over to the union depot and put o1
the Atl inta train, and, although, h(
had sworn not to say a word abon
whit he had been told, be soon sprea
the news that Tom Watson had com
mitted suicide at the Brown House
The news quickly spread through thi
city, and those who knew of the jok:
were busy until a late hour explaining
that it wss on'y u drummer's sample.
<The Colu...ILn Liberty bell wil
start on its tt-ur around the world or
schedule time. On the 11th inst. at
unpatriotic constable seized the be!
on a writ of attachment. The wri
was secured at the instance of E. J,
Noblet, who had a bill of $75 agains
the management of the bell, for build
ing a shed to house the bell on the
Lake Front last winter. The accoun
was paid and the bell was released.
Four 151g Sucoesses.
Having tha needed merit to more that
make good all the advertising claimed foi
them, the following four remedies have
reached a phenomenal sale. Dr. King'
New Discovery, for Consumption, Coughi
and Colds, each bottle guaraTteed; Elec
tric Bitters, the great remedy for Liver
Stomach and Kidneys; Bucklen's Arnict
Salve, the :est in the world, and Dr
King's New Life Pills, whien are a perfec
pill. All these remedies tre guaranteed
to do just what is claimed for them and
the dealer whose name is attached here
with will be glad to tell you more of them
Sold at MeMaster & Co.'s Dru2 Store- *
uciCtn'.. Aralca Satve.
THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts
Brises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Feve
Sores, Tetter, Chepped iands, Chillulain
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and post
ively cures Piles, o: no pay required. I
s guaranteed to give pRfect satisfaction
>rmoney refunded. Price 23 !ants pe:
>ox. For sale by M Mister & Co a
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria,
When Baby wasslek, we gave her Castoras.
Whnsewasa Childe credfor Catoria,
Whehebecame MUss, she clung to Castor'Ia.
When she had Children, she gaveothemu Castor.
I am authorized to sell a limitet
nmber of Farm Rights for the use o:
he celebrated Boss Patent Tanning
rocess in this County. You can tar
t home by this safe, quick,7 cheap anc
eliable process. Fcr particulars anc
erms apnly to
9-121m J. E. McDONALD.
[ WILL offer for sale at public out
Icry, before the Court House doot
n Winnsboro, S. C., on the first Mon
ay in December (being the 2nd day)
etween the legal hours of sale, al
hat tract of land lying west fron
Winsboro, known as the Park, con
aing Twenty-two Acres, more o1
less, and bounded by lands of Dr
'. B. Madden, A. B. Cathcart and
The Council reserve the right to re
ject any or all bids.
By order of Coneil:
9-4td J. A. HIINNANT, Clerk.
STATE OF SOITHI CAROLINA,
Town of Winnsboro.
Be it enacted and ordained by thi
ntendant and Wardens of the tow!
f Winnsboro in Council met and bI
the authority of the same:
That all persons who are convictec
f violating any of the ordinances o:
the town of Winnsboro may be re
uired in the discretion of the Inten
ant or Council to do hard labor o1
the streets of said town.
Done in Council this the 12th da
of September, 1895, ant
[rt. s.] with the corporate seal o:
the town aflixed.
JAS. WV. H ANAH AN,
A t est: J. A. Hrsins-r, Clerk.
ALWAYS HIT.S Tt- O0LD
The best wearing, most stylish, and
the greatest value of any $3.60 Men's
Shoes on the continent.
Best calfskin, dongola tops, solid
leater soles, with all the pular toes,
lasts and~ fastenings, and ewis' Cork
Each pair contains a paid-up Acci
dent Insurance Policy for #100, good for
Wear Lewis'Accident Insurance Shoes
once and you will never change. The
insurance goes for "full measure."
Talk with your dealer who sella Lewis'
Sold Ly W. R. DOT Y & CO.
Cheater's Engishk Diamond Brand.
u . alew.bl rbo. Tak
for Infants and Children.
M OTHERS, Do You Know that Paregorie,
natenan's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many so-called Soothing Syrups, and
t most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine?
t Do You Know that opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons ?
Do You Know that In most countries druggists are not permitted to sell narcotics
without labeling them poisons?
Do You Know that you should not permit any medicine to be given your child
unless you or your physician know of what It Is composed ?
- Do You Know that Castoria is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of
Its ingredients is published with every bottle ?
Do You Know that Cactoria is the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuel Pitcher.
That It has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castorla is now sold than
of all other remedies for children combined ?
Do You Know that the Patent Office Department of the United Stateg, and of
other countries, have issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word
"Castoiia" and its formula, and that to imitate them Is a state prison offense?
Do You Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection was
because Castorla had been proven to be absolutely harmlos?
Do You Know that 35 average doses of Castorla are furnished for 35
cents, or one cent a dose?
Do You Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your children may
be kept well, and that you may have unbroken rest ?
Well, these things are worth knowing. They are facts.
The fac-s-i2o Is on every
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
A GOOD CHANCEj
SLIP[PERS -- CHEAP.
From this date I propose to close out rny'aen
tire line of Ladies', Misses' and Children's.Slip
pers at COST,ifor the'cash and cash only. All
I -goods charged at regular prices.
Now, remember this offer is. onlygfor the
I L. MIMNAUGH.
. QD.~ WILLFORDh - - Manapr.
RIDGEWAY HIGH SCHOOL, I Sho oie
RIDG&EWAY, S. C. TENX ESO fM.ZO
A. E. STRODE, (University of Virginia)daofSpebr
IOffers courses in Latin, Gre.ek, Mathe
matics, German, Elocution, and tne Com-Hge nls . $.0prmnh
mon School branches.Scetf.....$.0prmnh
Thorough College preparation. TermsClsia..... S00prmnh
moderate. Next session begins Septem- N
ber 9, 1855. 8-22-1m cagfotuininCmo
SOUH OROLh OLLGE, 9.TEct NEX SESIO ofL WT.LZLO
books),from $13 toc153.lWoenpadtment.
COUHI FAROLN COLLEGE, -ict Theehm.nl Board pruteeO.
C'OLUMBIA, s. C. 4Rmlr.$o seog o h
reular Couewithan ege ciplomspeial reta ro sto uh
Fiftees, withparteits. ofnsructo, Rabes8r aocobn
month. oai whicessary.0 expended theopecpibeefet o
thyear cuiveporaingan claging; arandn i h ak fyuu
booksl furised e13utppe5d Wme alld- otseig~mlectl
mordter plianceraton adrssy the
COLUtMBas; LynEim C eL EGEt CRUL JFEYMG O
Stdos; Libar , S.d C.dn om;. WANNTW .
TuelecivenwCeia and re csi-s.
calee A partmnsl rofs welst r-on
Aised arpted anf pelitsd is;
tanihd corpts on ecter.. loore-o
ihtul grones reducifnt buld-t T I
thisa year. impon Eletr Benllging;EOLE
Awuel ofursh;aequipped Fwllhterm
boein Sepliemr2. FoLabrtr in So-y th
formtion albay todRedn Roomsh aewt Tin;r Tbesb
escO; new Ceia an.d., hsci nii ~ne hycet efc
worthless.at[seyAlke roimsfaees flrm
nihed, Harpee n lhtedsi gans; n n higr.Te r h
hoad aoc col l ahnection flr hot STNADEMD
Indusea plafor seduin Alor fity orlnes'.ctaig O Iad
seec numbei of Cholris.atemasltl mes
Tenty Spatsmber 26.Q( Foreprfurtherpr oxin-or$5
REV Jif l MR.A.IA.D..h,THNCj. O,~nda3,
Another lot of .white, black and fancy Ducks just received.
Also a nice line of fancy Dimity. Our fancy Jackonet makes
a beautiful and cool waist for summer.
Wool Dress Good stock is now offered at cut prices for
A new lot of Zeigler Bros'. Ladies' Shoes just received;
also low price and medium Oxford Ties. We have a small
lot of Gents' Oxford Ties, Black and Russets, and Patent
Leather, which we are offering as JOBS.
Fresh Flour, Meal, Molasses, Lard, Bacon, Grits, Rice,
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Spices, Extracts, Evaporated Apples,
Soap, Starch, Soda, Crackers, &c., &c.
Triumph New Irish Potatoes in store.
Call on us. Respectfully,
J. M. BEATY & BRO.
RIDE A STEARNS.
Adlf Klom 1h8 N8 Mouill of C~iohll EoiojQ1lt.
Ask any STEARNS rider
what he thinks of his
STEARNS riders are satisfied riders.
Join the ranks ot STEARNS enthusiasts.
E. C. STEARNS & CO0
Syracuse, N. Y.
W. D. GAS H CO. ma a.
(EASTERN SYSTEM.) A eU
FALL OF 1895.
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