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Tuesday. October 8. :.:i5
Notice-T. W. Woodward and Oth
Ixposition Board- Dr. A. D. Pat
terson, Atlanta, Ga.
Arc You Coming to the Exposition?
--A. A Husted, Atlanta, Ga.
--"Caroline" Sale at McMaster &
Co.'s drug store. adv
-TUe entertainment at- Fairfield
Church school house last week cleared
$14.10. The Ladies' Aid Society were
the promoters. The ladies always
-A large and well selected stock of
millinery at Lauderdale's which will
be sold at lower prices than ever. If
you fail to look before buying you will
miss an opp'ortunity. Remember it
costs nothing to examine. adv
-The County Supervisor is investi
gating the merits of the road machine.
A test was made on Monday at or near
the two mile post on the Columbia
road. We are in favor of this machine
and have always been. We under
stand that the county board were very
well pleased with the work the road
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
FAScX DRvss.-The young ladies cf
the Presbyterian Cturch will give a
fancy dress sociab!e at the armory
during the mloonlihgt nights of Octo
ber. Further notice as to particulars
ti ppear in our column!;.
Rv, OvyER -Jlia Davis, colored,
who works on Jim Fair's place, near
town, was run over by Fair's team on
Saturday evening. She was on the
bridge at J. F. McMaster's store and
the team ran out the lot. She was
knocked down and bruised considera
bly. No bones broken, however.
V Wrra SUPPLY.--The follow
fig is the report of the policeman. on
the water supply measurements taken
e Monday morning:
Court -hiuse ciotern......... 13 4
Depot cisteru............14 6
Elliott's cistern........... 9
Neil's cistern............-14 11
Miller's cistern............ 7 4
hillps' cistern........... 8 51
uiiigs' cistern..........15 104
LIsTE.-There are a good mafly
subscriptions past due on our books,
and we need the money. It is a very
good time now, that c>tton is up, to
pay up these back subscriptions.
W.hen you see the; lopal reporter
p >mirg you may know that he wants
>you2 sub-cription. Those who have
been in arrears and do not settle this
tall -will be droppei from the list.
We guid ft~ phaper i to send the
paper than to send it and get no
noneg We mean this, every word
Is ths place to et gpo4 Co St.yes.
and Stove Ware, bought bef>re the
advance i price. adv
1vinseboro Cotten Market.
Strict good middling, 8 9-16; good
middling, 83; strict middling, Si;
Market guiet. Liverpool and New
York show some di.position to d' oop
under he.avy port receipts and specula
tors are diep -sed to hold of until alter
the bureau report on the 10th.
T. J. Cureton & Co.
Miiss Mary Lee Green left for homne
on S-aturday af er a visit of several
cdgys tQ Mrs. Leavrell.
Jud~ge 0. W. Buchinan returned to
Rev-. J. T. Chalmers is spending
*a while with his children at the home
of Hon. T. P, Mitchell. IIis fr:ends
-will be glad to have gim pay Winns
-boro a vi'it while down South.
Mr. G. Wt Rig-dale arrived at home
?on Tuinraday ev'eninig to spend the
vacation takent by the c muvention.
*The sessieon will c am:nen:ce in ten
days f-rm r.jo,urnmnent.
Miiss Mtgge Ila:niltonI, of Whit"
*Q.Lk. is visi irg Mrs Richmond, h r
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Gooding have
-bioken up ho,use-keeping in) Charles
ton and are at present spe'nding awhile
w ith M!r. and Mrs. R C. Gooding.
We understand that they will make
Winnsbor-> t heir fu- tire home, in which
case their many friends will we'come
th:emf back to their former home.
DEATH OF AX AGED LADY.
Mrs. Mary St<ele, rmother of Mrs
J. W. Clarke and Mr. J. B. Steele,
ed at her bozie on Mo: day morn~ing'
about 3 o'clock. She had been feeling
unwell for about a weck but w as not
seriously ill. On Sur.day she dropped
downI and became uncouscious. She
neer spoke for about t wo hours and
thenm rallied somewhat: and conversed
with the members of the fami-ly pres
ent. bu' death came about 3 u'clack i1
the .norninlg. The cau-e of her deati
was apoplexy. Three sons and thre<
dauahters are left to mourn her loss.
The remains will be interred at thz
Martin graveyard to day. The symn
pamhy of the community is extendet
to th'e stricken relatives
B .tek tenu Arnc-a Satve.
gtt lBFr SALVE in thte world f ort 'u
Bruises. N iUcers. Salt Rhe-um. Fey..
Sores. Tett,Chepp".l llan4g, C2hillL,lain
Corns. an' al' Skir: F.ruptions. and pA.
tiy eurt- Piles, o- no pay reqiuired i
~iaaanw'd to give- otrfect s:atisfact:ot
A Free Trip to AtlantIL EXPOsi"0
And return (from the home of the
sender), is offered by the Ladies'
Ecely Saturday, of 86 South Seventh
Streer, Philadelphia, to th first person
able to m.ke sevent; small EngliGh
wordi by uini the letters conthined
in E-V-E-R-YTS-&-T-U--R-D-A-Y, and
no letter to o-cr more times in anY
one word than it is contained in
A firsecl7ss pneumatic tire bicycle
(for either boy or girl) is offered to
the fir,t person sending list of sixty
words as above.
A lady's elgant gold watch to first
person sending list of fifty words as
above, and one hundred other articles
of value for first list in order of merV?
Tweive two-cent stamps must be
sent for trial subscription (four num
bers of that beautiful thirty-two page
illustrated Newspaper for Women),
contai-ing ftll particulars and rules
of the Leieure Hour Circle Word
Building Exercises for bright people;
also names and addresses of the 10,
successful persons in last educational
conte-t, given by that publication. If
interested, answer promptly, and a0
dress Lagies' Every Saturday Depart
ment "B," 36 South Seventh Str.4',
I Philadelphia, Pa.
Gentlemen would not use "Blush of
Roses" if it was a paintlor powder, of
course not. It is clear as water, no
sediment to fill the pores of the skin.
Its Mission is to B-.AL, CLEANSE and
PURIyr the complexion of EYERY I
PERFECTION, and insures EVERY LADY.
and GENTLEMAN a clear, smooth ' --
plexion Sold bi John I. McMater
& Co. Price 75 cents.
SELLS BROTHERS' WORLD'S FA
This great show exhibits in big cities
only, and will visit Columbia Oct. 23,
and Chester Oct. 2 and regarded as
a wh,e, it is doubtless withuot
parallel. Wherein it differs from
others is this: in its rare variety, end
css interest, its boundless capacity to
please every taste. Good things with
it are not dolel out with a grudging
hand; they are poured forth in a
Niagara-like profusion, typical of the
great country of greatest enterprises.
Here we have a regal Roman Hippo
drome, Fifty-Cage Menagerie, Three
Big Circuses, Caravan, performing
droves of Wild and Domestic Beasts,
a huge Topical Aquarium, Australial
Aviary, Huge Stages, Gladiatorial
Combats and Magnificent Free Street
arade, ro.lled into one tremendous
aliance for but one price of admnis
Sio. Under some ten acres of tents.
bew ! the very thought of it fairly
akes one catch his breath. And not
only is it all a very great, but it is a
very good, clean, aciairab;y managed
show, under the ima,edjte eye of its
proprietors, and free fronm any and
every ann zoyance or objection ab'e as
sociation. Grand exeursions will be
run en all lines of tr4vel to thie big
Children Cr-y forPitchner's Castoria.
Thp entertaiunmeng for the benetit of
the Epworth Orphanage wvas re-pro
duced at the armory on Friday nig2ht.
The affair was quite a success from
eginnig to end and was greatly ap
prcciated by the-tudience.
Mr. Willingham read -i humorous
iece, in whjgh a p>aQntryman with a
wooden leg aid his sweetheart cut
qinte a figure on the "turboggin."
It was well rendered and the audienco
as much amused by it.
Miss Fannie Creight recited "Tbe
Pairie on Fire" with telling effect,
nd was cheered lustily.
"How the new 1p.ian protects her
family" was a very amusing feature
of the entertainment ; the "old man"
(Lawrence Porter) was nursing the
baby and upon the appearance of a
nouse gets mxuch alarmed and jumps
upon a chair with the "young 'un" in
his arms while the brave new woman
hases the mouse away with the
"Three little gir.s i'i blue" made a
beautiful picture while the cileoin
igs increased the effect. The trio
was composed of Susie Doty, Lucy
E wards and Mrs. Levelt's little
'ck of Agi so was represented by
Miss Ella l)oty, the group plinging at
her feet, as it were-a splendid repre
se ation of the picture.
I"Scenes in Summer" was repre
sented in two pai ts. Miss Ada Cure
ton dressed in w bite and oarry ing a
white p'arasol while the light barned
around her made a perfect summer
The second part was an every day
scene in summer. George Rion rep
resented a piccaniny eating a piece
of red watermelon. Geo. was blacked
like g gegro, and looked like the
genuine issue. IIe represehted the
character to perfection, only George
looked a little bashful.
SCool Girls," and "Slcteping
Beauties" represente d by the grong~
con'uded the sc cond part.
The coi.c'u-ion was a tablea.u ir.
I our parts--"the Noegop"Tie
of heBrde''"Dance of the Muses,"
and the "Death of Virginia." "Vir'
ginia,"-pretty in life, she nmade' a
1'Those who have used Dr. King's New
Discovery know its value, and those who
have not, have now the opportunity to try
it Free. Cail on the advertised Druggi,t
and gt a Trial Bott*, Free. Sen t your
name and address to II. E. BueRlen & Co.,
sriao rd get a sample box of Dr.
Ei gs New Life Pills Free, as well as a
opy of Guiide to HIealth .and Ho,cusahold
instructor, b'ree. Alt ek'rhich is guaran.
ecd to do you g >od and cost you nothing
STUPENDOUS ISTOCK TO SELECT FROI
Ready in all Departments
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF COLORED DRESS GOODE
Black Dress Goods in all the latest styles, Serges, Henriettas, Cash
meres, Clay Worsteds, Tricots, and Flannels. A big assortment C
in all colors. Also Fancy Sackings for children. Something nice i:
Black Satin for ladies' skirts.
A full line of ladies', misses' and children's Hose. Some specia
inducements in ladies' and gents' Handkerchiefs.
A Large Stock of Shoes,
bought before the rise. Can save you money in this department
I keel) the celebrated R. & G. Corsets, the best made. The bes
assortment of ladies' stylish Wraps you have ever seen in the Bora
MY LINE OF CLOTHING
was never more complete. HATS to please the old and young
Some good values in gents' Underwear. Look at my line of Cravats
If you want a Trunk or Valise don't buy until you price mine. The
poorest man in the county can buy a pair of WOOL BLANKETS
from me this season and not miss his money.
Here is a stunner: A Silk Umbrella for seventy-five cents.
C:untry merchants will do well to price through my immense
J L. MTIMNAUGH.
. n WILLIFOD, - - Mar aer.
Thebes 30 Men'sSchool ilShoesonnt
MeWill p!pase remember that we 1ve d
full SubPPtm of
TAK! ?A]COMPOSITION BOOKS,
The best $3.00 Men's Shoes on the SLATES,mz"
market. .SLT ,
Made from tannery calfskin, dongola PENS,I
tops, all leather trimmed, solid leather PENCILS,
soles with Lewis' Cork Filled Soles. RS
Unequaled for beauty, fine workman-INad
ship, and wearing qualities. Your chce SOG
of allithe poplrte,as .fst -
ry pair contains a paid-up Acci
ent Insurance Policy for $100, good for C:i
Wear Lewis' Accident InsuranceOKS
Shes, and go insured free, DYBOS
Sold by W. R. DlOT Y & LA0.NS
EAEAGAIN PREP'ARED TO CP n AUES
negot'ate long tin'e loans on farn PATS
ortgages Ad*'~ BOWLScDdNA LD,RS
W. D). D)OUGL4ASS, orGL SW E
i.itr Winn:ro, S. C. talkns
A. E. D AVIS, 1mni
IS IlERF;BY GIVEN THAT AP-er' rnb: Iee
lie 'y will he mad.1 at the next sea
1 * 'f the General Assembly for
n r andll' I ie'.nabRti aiway ('0o:n panyi
utoriz'n he lie uilding of the road -
theclimirdof the State, either thruh~~
reenville or A nderson, as the Dirc,
rs may de' erlnine, crosinfg interven
nz Countics and from near CiimdenA
,the North Carolina lin.e in the dire c~ I
ion of Southport, N. C , crossing -
lerveing Countien, and to change
e name to the Southport and West-~
rn Rilroad Company, together with -
ther general amendments to the said -
G.-II. McMAST ER, A D S L T B E
J. C. CALDWELL, President.________
Secretary and Treasurer.
Wild pleah ofemetber that prephare t
meetsam asfull spplymn wilber
A coupleNo ccn-and
in fdring re,adoepi
S AB LARGK BOLES.
Th~ ld ried A WILDGERad,
taks te lac Qunie ad Of .kinds
gives newdlife tnthebwhole sys-.
ten T-sm isl theos iedbidctotheyoue
or m Qwde to tak nd 15theo Ocoer willQ P pear t
~SD tb Z ~ mey e tsa est ul fay methwle roe
NOTICE. frTse rceape ufo, c asdAl so e
A couple of second-hand~
~edb ~ r~.FOUR-JH O S AON,
in goodrunigeorde, ansoeCai.
laior,(the.ed Z)-thats wha
in;ietrta p silan
tae h lc,of QuineSt? and ~ t1
N REPLY TO31R. PAL'MER.
Mr. Editor: I have read with great
surprise in your paper of the 25th of
September an artiele signed by one
E. G. Palmer, which I judge to be a
personal attack upon me. My absence
front the county must account for my
silence thus far.
I will reply first to the poli;ical clap
trap contained in the article by simply
stating the facts: After the political
meeting had ended, Gov. Tillman was
requestes to have the dirpensary
opened. It was opened by his order
fo' about one hour, late in the evening,
during which time I was requested by
a member of the County Board of
C.ntrol to act as salesman. How
could this eff;ct the meeting already
held, or tend to build up Gov. Tillman
against Pope? In reference to Pope, I
will merely say that if I insulted him
he has not called me to account.
As to the manner in which Mr.
Edward G. Palmer has characterized
me as being "a well-meaning but ex
citable and imoruden young fellow,"
I wili say, to the bes; of my informa
tion and belief, Ed. Palmer is about
thi ty-jicc years old, while I am about
twenty-fice years old. I iain that his
wisdom is not of that mature quality,
that an% thina short of sheer impudence
would aut;orize him to speak in this
manner of IWs former neighbor and
friend. But be that as it may, I am
old enough at least to take care of
As to the base ihninuation that I
permitted myself to be made a catsjaw
for any dishonest or disreputabe par
pose on the occasion mentioned, I pro
nounce it t> be an untrath out of the
(Signed) G. E. Rembert.
Spartanburg, S. C., Oct. 5, 1895.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
For Over Fifty Years
Mns. WINsLOW'S SOOTHING SynUr has
been used for over fifty years by millions
of mothers for their chilaren w1hile teeth
in!r, with pe feet success. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind colic, and is the best remedy
fr Diarioa. It will relieve the poor lit
tle sufferer immediately. Sold by Drug
ists in every part of the world. Twenty
five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
.rs. Win-;lo%'s Soothing Syrup," and
a-e no other kind. .&:Wxt
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Casoda.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castorda.
When she became MIiss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gavethem Castoria.
L L persons, without exception, are
Awarned from hunting on our lands.
J. F. McMASTER,
.J. M. klTEWART -
T HOMAS dORDEN,
W. HI. FLENNIKEN,
10.8S-it F. E LDER, AGT.
OFFER for rent, chleaph for neV year,
the D lin hg H1oue apid prenpises of
U nry N. Ober.
26tf TI. K ELLIO 7T, Agent.
~TTE offer at private sale a plantation of
Twe Hundred m-d Fifty (2.50)
res, lying near the residenc.e of Mr.
n11. b. I)o.:giass and D)r. Thos. G. Doug
lass, nnw occupied by Mr. Wrt. 13. Doua
lass. has good dwel.ing and( ot'wr build
ing on it. Termas easy.
9 2tf Tr. K. E LLIOT T, Cashiier.
Are You Coming to the
o you want to stop gt a good place
in the sgbqrbs out of the noise i
and dust? Slectric Oars
pass the door. Con
venient to City
COPEN HIL L
- is the place,
Cornor Highland and Augusta Ave.
SPECIAL RATES TO PARTIES.
References given. Make your ar
rangements in advance. Save annoy
nce and tr-ouble. Five minutes' ride
to grounds. Address,
A. A. HUTEIl,
10-8 A tlanta, Ga., General Delivery.
IN PRIVATE IjOU.
238 West Peachtree,
TIIIRD [DOOR FROM LIN
STREET, ON CA R LINE, midway
Ibet ween Car Shed and (near) A posi
DR- A. BA PATTERSON.
Another lot of white, black
Also a nice line of fancy Dimi
a beautiful and cool waist for -
Wool Dress Good stock is
A new lot of Zeiglcr Bros',
also low price and medium Ox
1 lot of Gents' Oxford Ties, Bla
Leather, which we are offering
Fresh Flour, Meal, Molasc
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Spices, I
Soap, Starch, Soda, Grackers,
'T'riumph New Irish Potatoe.
Call on us. Respectfully,
J. M. BA
UTilE AIL ILI
bbWTime shown between Jaionfa.
Eastern Time at other p011.
Northbound. ' 130.36 N010 O8
at.18th, 1895. Da'y Daily Day
L Jeksonville.. .....5.70
ZZ Charleston.... ...-...6oop 72a
An Columbia .... ......1 . osa
L Threton........ O.70
LV. A=gjZja........ ......l*o0so0P 200p
" GTontonsl... ........:1p 230p
" reto............ 114 p 257 P
'~ obntoa. I..1206 a 310 p
Ar. Columbir . ......
1V. Columbia .... .....- 22a 444P
LvCluba 400al 400a 505 p
" Winsboro.... ....457 4 605P
" Chester ....... 642 5a 653p
"OCkHill .... ... a 613 30p
Ar. Charlotte .... ......
mie ...d.....U40p ..40. 700
" asinto10p ...... 14208
"!~ewYo6 00.p....... 7205s
1.015 p .... 9110537
LVi KeyYork.. ......10l l2Sl 3010
b ~a11mor........622. 6220 20p
" 2Ieb~ond.. ......125146 257 20
* Cheser.... ....... 5n106 3t103p
AnColmbia...--220 2208 10044
Lv.Colmbla.... 400....40a 5057p
lobmten..... 57....4573a 610p
* Treton.......1.... 613Sa 73
" Danllvlle............ a11 412
A4ugBichmond..... 404408 (Ip 60
&R Washingto.....---80p0$ p.642p
aBaoltimorea.....-. 158p 12 0 )
" Ncbeto.... ..- 60sa 2.a 153p
1LdWahington& .. 1115 a 13 25
iteDanlle......Ta...... 610 610UpU5II
* Charlotte .... ......o1105o1105 935 a
~anmock e Hil .... ..... 1151 1151t 0 27oah
& Cheter ..... o.... 1225ns 10lmm ca.
1 uUt Winsbo ro.....14e,1 a15
Ar. C-oluba... ......3 220 noene 220 a 100
tio Columbia .... ......r~ a.... 4 30e 127p
AWgsta..... .... .. 800 a1~&
Pv ou a. ... .... 70 atpt ....... 4 00
GSpT,WIMII. CAE WAI9ICE.
Ian taint all oth laes Charlo.
Jaucrptn e olar 20a Year.
The Carltdtio o
tontnsba, descriptiv saket of s
eaallnte ast inofaSthon
.a.oli, giv.gaful decrip
t..Kion, ofn callthe lld ofth
Abres ofnte Dollar
OSEbscripinXn Dollar C EarS
THE HM EMSEYE
cont ain Sa Coescriptiv skt of
Theon i ofly ne powland ofnh
bstt bce. ta a vrbit
orre wthano SOUTtLANDuone
ye arrs r et obn
ha o . eil M.fDEMPSEY.
151 Mraroiin Sthed,ki C olubiay C
w ~hRtseiaiabler ctlg
besta iylebi it.a'vrbit
GMoreY tIa J1oo.is MPG. mc.
Wmlesare madeto combin
and fancy Ducks just received.
ty. Our fancy Jackonet makes
now offered at cut prices r
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.
FALL OF 1895.
GoI Timls Ahoad.
PARTICULARLY TO THOSE who
will be wisr enough to seek genuine
ba,-gain-, awl I cl.iim to have such
bargains io offer my friends this Fall,
an I give my reasons why I propose to
undersell al competitors, as follows:
1st.-Our entirc stock of General Mer
' chaldise MUST be converted into
re,ady c.Lsh in order to wind tip
the linsiness of A. Macdonald &
2d.-I prefer to give my friends and
nieighbors the benefit of the
s.ieeping reductiona in p rices
rather than sell eut in a lnmp,
tha~t all might have an opportn
aity of s: curing bargainsi
3rd.- When -the advance came on
Sho--3, Hardwvare, and other
:o.,ds in our lin.-, we fortunate
S ad a bigc supply on band,
and tl.e p:ofit which the advance
ini prices legitimately gave us,
will be thro., n zoour customers,
ti.eieby aetting .tbeir goods al
wnnst at first cost.
4h...-! ni1: he in the cotton' market
from .-ta t to fluis", pa.sinag full
pi i. .-d. .,'t forget this WVill
also j.av highest cash price.for
c .t'On seed.
,- un-e r.nd consult my prices on
Z - iz -tr'd Ties before yon buy. I
a tag '-- se.veral months ago when
rI .-v v c: e nt rock bottom prices, and
-wij xogiv.- ) on great advantage in yOne
BLAOKSTOCK, S. C.
Drug - Store.
Buist's Turnip Seed, Mson~ Fruit
Jars and Jelly T.umblears.
Toilet Articles of all Kinids.
Paints, Oils. Varnishes.
Best 5ct. Cigar on the Market.
Pipes and Tobacco.
Lamps and Glassware.
Winiboro Drug Stoe.
Buria[ Cases and Caskets.
THE UNDERSIGNED has a full
lne df;tbe latest designs in
INIRIE CASES AID CASIETS,
at riderate prices. Orders filled
prom.is night and day, at 'he old
stand Tbanskfal for past patronage,
I ask far a share of it in future.
Hearse furnished when ordered.
11- tf M.I. ELLIOTT. 53.