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Saturday. September 21 : . 1
-Union service will be held at the
A. R. P. Church on Sunday night at
--Mr. J. N. Center has accep,ed a
situation with Caldwell & Ruff, where
he will be glad to wait on his friends
and former customers.
- Mr. J. E. Oats, cotton buyer for
Heath Springs A Co., will buy cotton
in Winnsl-oro this se-ason. His office
is at J. 0. Boag's place of business.
CACorIT.-FleminTg Stark, the col
ored porter for Mr. Q. ). Williford,
was caught buying goods without
money while the clerks were busy on
Thursday and was put in the lockup.
FouNiD.-Mr. A. J. .lamilton's mule
was found by Mr. Thos. E. Johnston
on W. R. Doty & Co.'s place near
town with a saddle and bridle on.
Some one very likely rode it and
turned it loosse.
Ladies who u'se cosmetics or pow
ders to cover up or hide a bad com
plexion, do not know that John H1. Mc
Master & Co. can furnish them with
BLUSH OF 1ZOSES, which is clear as
water, purifies the skin, and positively
removes biack heads and all skin dis
eases, takes the shiny look from the
face and whitens it soon as applied.*
. ONLY CNE.-There was only one
conviction in the criminal court at this
term. Win. Street, Sr., ror assault
and battery of a high and aggravated
natte. Mr.Stieet was seitenced to
pay a line of $100 or two years in the
eiteitiary. He is in j -il at present.
RIELIGIOUS SLv.,CES.-Sei vices will
be held in the following churches on
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
Rev. C. E. McDonald Pas'or. 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 6:15.
Methodist-11 a. in. by the pastor.
Sunday School at 4 p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 5 p. i..
Presbyterian-1I a. m. by the pastor.
Sunday School at 5 p. w. Prayer
meeting Wedne:.day at 5 p. m.
No COURT MoNDAY.-The jurors
and witnesses summoned for court on
Mond.y, the Eecond week of the term,
need rot appear. It has been the
rule here for all the criminal business
Sto be done by the iury of the first
week and all the civil busines to be
done by the jury of the second week
SBut the criminal business was finished
-on~ Wednesday and the judge opened
the court of Commton Pleas on Thurs
day, but there was no business. The
-jurors and witnesses who were sum
moned to appear the secoJnd week need
niot appear, for court has adjourned
sine die. --
Children Cr.y for Pitcher's Castoria.
p ~ fi tEER. TIN.--Several nights ago
the freiaht was hailed above White
Oak by a tramp who gave the name of
Critzeburg, and say s he hails from
- Mobile. Hie told the engineer that
there was a pile of cross ties on the
track, and that he saw three men put
ting them th:-re, and that one of them
hit him in dhe head with a stick. De
tective C. E. Ulall, who had just left
SWinnsboro on thatl train, took charge
of the mnan. The pl:ce was examined,
but no tracks we: e found except one,
which had mnars such as Cri.aburg's
soe igiht miake. Mr. Hall, who is
ever alert, brought the man to Winns
boro and he was commiitted in default
-When you vis.it Atlanita, nIe sur~e to
call on me fo,r any:thi:s in iny line,
which consist- of tihe fintest ef Win:es,
17 M\arietm a., Athut:a, (it.
ad' 1St x6;
Mli4- L..izz;ie \. i l.4:rs i-. sisitingu reia
Dr. II. ll. McMa&ser a. d w i e r
rivd o:: F. iday. They h ave b e
v-i-it:ng Mr. MAcania3 in Ch y:. Dr.
McMater looks as it Gevor'ia li:e
ag ees with him.
Mr. Jas. H. Distker, of Colou:ia,I
spent a few hours in Winnistoro on
Friday. Hie is visising his daughter,
Mrs. G. W. Brooks, near W allaceville.
Winnsboro has had two games of
base ball this wcek. The B:ackstock
nine, Capt. James Shannon, and the
pWinnsboro. nine, Capt. E. WV. Iana
han, playe,l en Moudsy. The score
w as as followc:
Winnsboro.- 1 1 4 2 0 0 0 S 0-16
l:ackstock.... .30 0 0 0 2 0 20-7
We have not got the re of the
game between Winnebjro and Hloreb.
They played on Wedne:day aifternoon.
The resut of th e game was 26 for
W~innboro and 13 for~ Horeb, so we
rc informed. Will Ashford comn
nded the Horeh nine and E. W.
.nhan ti e Winnisbo'ro uitie.
The Discovery Saved His Life.
-G. Cailloutte, D)ruggist,lUavers
rv I ove :ny life-. Was taiken withI
;Gippe and trie~d al- the phi:~ctis for
es at.onit. but of no av-ni! amt was given
and told-l could not live. lLav itt D r.
~in's New Discovery in myv store I en
1 r a bottc e and ieau its usc andJ froin: te
threc- bottle, was up and about naa. i
is worth its weigl;t in gold. W e wou'It
keep store or louse without it.' Get a
DE~ATH Or' "MR- C- -A-. -P-AD]3
Mr. Eb:r A. Ru, died rdher Sud
denly at 1is home about seven miles
southweNt of Winnsboro on Friday
about noon. H1e had ben sick nly
two or three days with fever.
The (1CCasd leaves a wife an( two
childrer. lHe married Miss Dora
Klinc', daughter of Mrs. 11. E. Klinck,
of this place, L-ut former1y of Charles
ton. He was jast in the prime of life,
being sboat thirty-eight years of age.
The funeral will take pl:ace to day
at the lZabb burying groun(. near his
This is a very sad death. To the
stricken wife aind fatherles children
the sympathy of thIe entlire community
The Court of Common 1leas con
vened at 9.30 o'c.ock.
In the c.-: of Mary M. Armstron
vs. G. H. McMaster et ab, affidavit
read and it waz ordered that T. K.
Elliott be substitutcd instead of 1I. L.
Elliott, and reference ordered. A. S.
& W. D. Douglass for plain:iff; j. E.
McDonald for El:iott.
F. W. Weencer vs. J. W. Rains.
rder for j%IIgment. A. S. & W. D.
Douglass for plaintifT.
Saie M. Douglass vs. Juo. F. Paul.
rder of foreclosure, order of refer
euce aud report of referee.
The Winnsboro National Bank vs.
James A. Brice et a]. Report of ref-.
eree, order of reterence, fuiceloure
and sale. A. S. & W. I). Douglass
f r plaintflff
Mary M. Ara-1ron-g vs. Jai:o. S.
Douglass (t al. Order of reference,
udgment and foreclosure. A. S. &
W. D. Douglass for plaintiff.
Henry Soneborne & Co. vs T. 11.
Ketchin et al. Order for judgment.
A. S. & W. D. Douglass for plaintiff.
Mrs Ella R. Mobley vs. Jno. G.
Nlblev. Ord r f-r jadgment. A. S.
k W. D. Douglass for plaintiff.
The Winnsoro National Bank v.,
). PL.Flenniken. Order forijudgment.
A. S. & W. D. Douglass for plaintiff.
WV. J. Keenan vs W. J. Hagood.
)r-!r for judgment. A. S. & W. D.
Dugass for plaintiff.
Mary C. Cathcart vs. D. I. Coleman
t a!. Order tor jadgment. A. S. &
W. D. Douri.ss for plaintiff.
W. R1. Brice vs. 1). I. Coleman CL a!.
)rdcr for judg ment. A. S. & W. D.
)ouglass for plaintifl.
T. LI. Ketchin vs. G. H. McMaster.
~udgment of foreciosure. J. E. Mc
)onald for plaintifl'.
The Carolina Nitional Bank vs.
ot Carolina Mining and Manufac
ring c.ompaav. Order for judgment.
'lark & Muller for plaintiff. (Two
The Peoples Dank vs. The Sout'h
2arolin2 Mining and Manufacturing
mpany. Order for judgment. J. G.
[eCants for plaintiff.
Sarah H. Jones vs. Tho=. G. R,bert
on. Summons to renew execution.
J. G. McCants for plan tiff.
St. John Kirkham Shoe Co. vs. U.G.
)esPortes. Order for judgment.
agsdale & Ragsdale for plaintiff.
S. Bcrg, Jr., vs. T. H. Ketchin et al.
)rder for jaagmenit. 10gsda!e &
The Day Sta:e Shoe Co. vs. Calvin
rice & Co. Order forjdmet
tagsdae & Ragsdale for plaintiff
At this junc-ure th -petit jurors wer e
Laura McCants vs. Calvin Brice et al.
ider confirming sale. J. G. McCants
Jno. B. Ross v. Alfred M. Blsek.
rder confirming sale. T. F. McDow
Jane B. Douglass vs. Win. Douglass.
)rder for partition. A. S. & W. D.
ouass for plaintiff.
M. M. Clowney, resp)ondent, vs. The
outhrn Railway Compann, alpel
alit. Order sustaining appeal. A. S.
: W. D. Douglass for appellunt; J. J.
\e.iaan for r'espondent.
Ex parte Ja.nes W. Robios m', In re
rni of haibeas corpus. Thec custody
f s i faint cilidren remanded to
: , thir fathler. J1. E McDo)nahl forl
e i iner. .
W V. D ty vs. Ili:!iard Coun- .
Iefe enc ordered. Ragdale & Rags
le or p'ai:iif; A. S. & WV. D.
>onglass fur defendant.
EIen Stewart vs. P. ~\L Spence.
le)t of refe:ce. J. E. McDonaldi
For plaintiff; A. S. &~ W. D. Douglass
S. W. Travers & Co. vs. 0. B.
Boey. Judgemeat by default. J. E.
cMD.,nald for plaintiff.
Samuel T. Clowney vs. Susanna E.
llowney. Judgtnent by defaut. J.E.
MDonald for plaintitI.
J. E. McDonald vs. H. J. Gibeon.
Order appointing receiver. A. S. &
V. .Douglass for plaintiff.
Mar Ml. Armstrong vs. G. 11. Mc
dster. Jadgment of foreclosure.
A. S. & W. D). Douglass for plWntiff;
J E. McDonal.. for defendant.
J. E. Todd vs. G. U. McMaster.
JJuznient by default and order for
jugment. J. E. McDonald for plain
cure lFor HeCa,daenec.
As a remedy for all forms of Ieadach'y
Elctric Uitters has proved to be th - vere
bet. II effects a permanent cure and the
mst dreadful habitual sick headaches
yeld t.) its influence. We~ ulr:e all whio
are allieted to procure a bottle, and give
this remedy a fair tiah. In eases of habit
ua constipation 1lectrie Bitters cures by
giving the needed tonie to the bowvels, an.d
fe e.- !angi resist the uise of this mecdi
ch. Trv it mn,. I.arce bittles only
Fft .:t- at McM:-~ter & C!o.'s Dru.t
Chidren Cry for Pitcher's Castarin
I 1R. RUTLAND WILL BE IIEAR
Mfr. 1Eli-: As your paper has
placed n in a very bad light before
the publi in regard to the Ridgeway
di,enarv matter, I deem it my duty
to ask the publi1 through your col timns
to suspeud judgeivnt until I can be
heard frIm in my defense. I certai:lv
will take all of the starch out of the
ltidgewiy dispensary sensation. Very
I S. 1". RU-rT.&N.
IZOCKTON, S. C., Sept. 10, 1895.
Mr. It!aand is on the inside and
was a ember of the board of control
at the time the "idgveway dispcusary
was opened by order of ir. Tillman
o e day th:d Po : and Tillin i
Ipolke there. If there is a starched
shirt over it, or any olier covering,
or cloak, it should be removed. The
dispensary represents tax money and
should be dealt with openly, as Mr.
Ruttland promises in his card.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
WIITE OAK CHIPS.
Wum:1 %.uK, S. U., '_epjt. I4;.-Our
town is beginning to I>at on her fall
look;. Its nothing new to see Swagons
com-ln:r in town with three to six
bale -f coII. It seems as if every
body i raci'.: t .:cc who ca' get out
the !n- ( e!on. Cotton is opEning
very fns:. ;e hAving been having
fine weather ;or gathtring it. Thcre
will be an average of one-half crop
made. Corn is fine.
We heard a fine sermon Sunday by
lev. .L. A. Sii!i. IIe i3 s>mewhat
down on "ocial partie:." Ile says
ha d'iit nican to break them up, but
if ho IriacIes n Cother sermon like
that, Mthat's what he will do." It's
an old saying, nevertheless a true one,
'"Whcd ihere is one gaZte shut there
are a thousand open," so if we can't
have s.cial partict hei e we can have
them somewhere che.
'Miss Eliza Patrick is viziting frIen's
and relatire; in York County.
We stil have an occasional marriae
ad wil h ve acother soon.
11 tI0',a .Arrdta $aie.
1'aE iB:r 1 ALV1, in "he world fo (Ut,
Br,re.s, Soros, Sat Itheum, Fever
ori, T'ett:er, Cnepped Ilands. Chi!aains
Dorsim. ani al Skin Eruptions, and pr;i,
1ievsv ur ). i:s, o:no paty reguired It
isguarantend to -_ive perfect s.tisfacion,
ru money refunded. Prie 2:3 -'nts -e
"\. FOr s:Ite by Me er & t'
when IBaby was sicic, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Ca.storia.
Whn she became Miss, she clung to Ca.storia.
When she had Children, she gave them Catoria.
TE AlRE AGAIN PItEPAItED TO
1negotiate long time loans on farm
J. E. 3IcDONA LD,
W. D. DOUG LASS, or
J. Q. DAVIS,
; ;tr fWinnsooro,. S. C.
A . E. DAVIS,
2dontice o. 5 C.
The management of the
* Equitable Life Assurance
Society in the Department of8
~the Carolinas, wishes to se
cu~re a few Special Resident
SAgents. Those who are fitted
for this work will find this
A RareOpportulity i
g It is rwork, howvever, and those
$ who succeed best in it possess
$ character, mature judgment,
$ tact, perseveranCe, and the
$ respect of their community.
$ Think this matter over care.
2 fully. There's an unusual
opening for somebody. If it
fits you, it will pay you. Fur
@thler information on request.
SW. J. Roddey, Manager,*
SRock Hill, S. C.
wmd B:wl:i ucXadous ah
I.o- . - e: iabu ibr.T k
no Vtser -f* '7 ' *
- - r!in l and On ly GeD ub'.
I~e1I.t To- ndI, ,Z : c - retnrI
Manl. 2 O1 T00 -r.es. s- :-ir.
From this date I prop
tire line of Ladies', Mis.
pers at COST,,or the c
goods charged at regulS
Now, remember this
J L. MMI
Q. D. WILLIFOR
TIL E NEXT SESSION of MT. ZION
&)ool will begin on Monday, the 30th
day of September.
Tuiltion in Collcgiate Departu.ent:
igher English.......1.00 per month.
Scieutific.......--..--$1.50 per month.
01assical.............$2.00 per month.
No charge for tuition in Commou
J. C. CALDWELL,
9 .5tilOctl Chm. Board Trustees.
RLDGEWAY HIGH SCHOOL,
RI1DGEWAY, S. C.
. F. STRODE, (University of Virginia)
Ofers cours:-s in Latin, Greek, Mathe
atics, German, Elocution, and the Comn
non01 School branches.
Tororngh College prepazation. Terms
nodeate. Next session begins Septem
ber 9, 18%. s'2-m
The best $3.00 Men's Shoes on the
Made from tannery calfskin, dongola
tops, all leather trimmed, solid leather
soles with L.ewis' Cork 'Filled Soles.
Unequaled for beauty, fine workman
ship, and wearing qualities. Your choice
of all the popular toes, lasts and fasten
Every pair contains a p,aid-up Acci
dent Insurance Policy for $100, good for
Wear Lewis' Accident Insurance
Shoes, and go insured free.
Sold 1-y W. IR. DOTY & CO.
- -represent perfection~
in bicycle building. In them
thc least possible weight of,
Vmaterial is arranged to give
the greatest stren gth. There,
are no wecak spots and yetr
there is naot an ounce of super-'
fluous inetal. They are madey
for service and speed, and are ~
fully guaranteed. All styles y
are the same price--Soo. A p
handsome descriptive cataloog
may be had for the asking.
-GORMULL.Y & JEFFERY MFG. C0., 1
$3 SHOE STE BEST
$5. COleDOVA .
/ WRKNg .
Over One Millon People 'wear the
W L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
A l our shoes are equally satisfactory
They give the best value for thc money.
They equal custom shoes in style and fit..
Their earing quaite are unsurpased.
From St to $3 saved over other makces.
If your dealer cannot supply you we can..So!d by
W. J. JOHNSON,
7-3 Rtidgeway, S.C.
B. J. Q UA T T LEBA Ul, DI DI.
Another lot of white, blacl
'Also a nice line of fancy Din
a beautiful and cool waist for
Wool Dress Good stock i:
A new lot of Zeigler Bros
also low price and medium 0:
lot of Gents' Oxford Ties, B]
Leather, which we are offerin
Fresh Flour, Meal, Molas
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Spices,
Soap, Starch, Soda, Crackers,
Triumph New Irish Potato(
Call on us. Respectfully,
J. M. BEA
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 WVhite Globe,
Pomeranian White Globe,
Golden Ball, or
Be certain to call on me be
ore purchasing elsewhere.
AND SALE SABLES.
I STILL IIAVE ON HAND
A FEW GOOD MARES.
A FEW BUGGIES.
A FEW SECOND-RAND WAGONS
A FEW MILCII COWS,
I will sell cheap for cash or exchang
them for dry cattle.
Winnsboro, S. C.
Burial Cases and Caskets.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED has a full
line of the latest designs in
BURIAL CASES Al CASKETS,
at moderate irices Orders filled
promptly, night and day, at the old
stand. Thankful for past patronage,
I ask for a share of it in future.
Hearse furnished w ben ordered.
11_Gt f I M. F.LLYOTT. SR.
ose to close out my'en
es' and Children s'Slip
ash and cash only. All
offer is only for the
S- - Maager.
I am authorized to sell a limited
number of Farm Rights for the use of
the celebrated Boss Patent Tanning
Process in this County. You can tan
t home by this safe, quick,:choap and
reliable process. Fcr particulars and
terms apply to
9-12-1m J. E. McDONALD.
I WILL offer for sale at public out
cry, before the Court House door
n Winnsboro, S. C., on the first Mon
ay in December (being thbe 2nd day),
between the legal hours of sale, all
:hat tract of land lying west from
Winnsboro, known as the Park, con
aining Twenty-two Acres, more or
ess, and bounded by lands of Dr.
r. B. Madden, A. B. Cathcart and
The Council reserve the right to re
ect any or all bids.
By order of Council:
9-14td J. A. IIINNANT, Clerk.
STATE OF SOUTE CAROLINA, -
Town of Winnsboro.j
Be it enacted and ordained by the
[ntendant and Wardens of the town
af Winnsboro in Council met and by
he authority of the same:
That all persons who are convicted
af violating any ot the ordinances of
he town of Winusboro may be re
:aired in the discretion of the Inten
:ant or Council to do hard labor on
the streets of said town.
Done in Council this the 12th day
of September, 1895, and
[L. s.] with the corporate seal of
the town affixed.
JAS. W. UANAIIAN,
Attest: J. A. UINsisT, Clerk.
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AP
plication will be made at the next ses
sion of the General Assembly for
amendments to the charter of the Cape
Fear and Cincinnati Railway Company
authorizing the building of the road
to te limits of the State, either through
Greenville or Anderson, as the Direc
tors may determine, crossing interven
ing Counties, and from near Camden
to the North Carolina lirce in the direc
tion of Southport, N. C , crossing
intervening Counties, and to change
the name to the Southport and WVest
arn Railroad Company, together with
other general amendments to the said
G. II. McMASTER,
J. C. CA LD wE LL, Presiden t.
Secretary and Treasurer.
ULUMBIA FEMiLE COLLEGE,
CoLuMX, S. C.
Full elective and degree courses.
Fifteen Departments of Instruction.
Ale Faculty of Specialists and dis
tinguished corps of Lecturers. l>e
ightful gronds. MagnIficent build
ings, on which $12,500.00 expended
this year improving and enlarging;
well furnished; equipped with all
modern appliances. Labratory; So
rietv Halls; Gymnasium; elegant
Stios; Library ind Reading Rooms;
Telescone; :ew' Ciiemical and Physi
cal Appara , All rooms well fur
nished, e arpeed and Iighted with gas;
hot and cold baths on every floor; hot
water heat; Pee!;-smnead closets;
URE CISTERN V.\ATER ; Tennis Courts;
fIndustrial Hleme, reducing board to
$75 a year. Telephone; Electric Bells.
A number of Scholarships. Fall term
begins September 26. For further in
formation, apply to
REV. JOH N A. RICE, A.M.,D.D.,
SOUTH OAROLINA COLLEGE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Session begins September 24th. Ten
regular Courses with Diplomas. Special
Courses, with Certificates. Board, $3 a
month. Total necessary expenses for the
year (exclusive of traveling, clothing, and
books), from $113 to $t53. Women ad
mitted to alt Classes.
For further information, address the
7 eitilOetI J A MES WoODR OW.
URVEYING DONE AND.NOLICIT
C. ed by3 EDGAR rRe.PP,
(.txl J bnnin gs. S C
and fancy Ducks just received.
iity. Our fancy Jackonet makes
3 now offered at cut prices for
Ladies' Shoes just received;
cford Ties. We have a small
ack and Russets, and Patent
g as JOBS.
ses, Lard, Bacon, Grits, Rice,
Extracts, Evaporated Apples,
s in store.
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I BIBLICA L,
send for a Catalogue.
Sired by Imported Wash ngton Par
rot (which cost owner $2,000), 14j
hands higb, jet black with white points,
stylish, smooth, an2d proportionately
made, will serve a limited number of
mares at my place-"Fairfield Stock
TERMs :$10,00 to insure (with foal
7.00season withont insurance
payable in adt,ance.
5.00 single service, pay
able in advanee.
W. D. DA~VIS,
3-16 Monticello, S. C.
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