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Satarday, September 23,
Letters will be collected from the
i.tter boxes at 11.25 a. M., 5.20 p. m.4
and 9 p. m. daily.
For Sale-McMastCr & Co.
To.Day-F. W. H abeniclt.
-Owing to the absence of the pastor,
there will be no service at the Asso
ciate Reformed Presbyterian Church
>OOKS FOR SALE.-McMaster & Co.
have over two hundred choice books
for sale. Among them are: The Au
tocrat of the Breakfast Table, Cal.
houn's Works, Hlootts Works, Inno
cents Abroad, Johnson's Tcadition of
Tim LocAL COTTON MARKET.-The
price cf cottou is still advancing grad
nually, the best grades bringing 7.1
Friday. This is decidedly more than
it brought for the lame date lat year.
Owing to the dry, hot weather, the
daily recoipts are rapidly increasing.
Most of the storm cotton has been dis
posed of and the quality of the cotton
sold here is improving noticeably.
Be modern. Don't harass the sys
tem with noxious drugs. Monetery
enres Malaria, Nervousness, Indiges
tion and Bowel Complaints. It is
simple, pleasant to taste and leaves no
ANEw STORE.-Mr. F. W. Hab -
nlicht has enilarged and otherwitze im
Iroved his store and has fally stocked
M with a fine line of !roceries of all 1
sorts. His restaurant is s-111 an hi.
portant object to his establishment. t
Norfolk oysters and fish from salt and
fresh water received as often as the
weather will permit. See his ad. today
and observe some of the specialties I
UNCLAIMED LETTERS.-The follow- I
ing is a list of letters remaining un
called for in the postoffice for the week I
ending September IS:
Mr. E. B. Dabbs, Mrs. Sallie Boul
ware, Eliza J. Erwin, Mrs. Polly Boul- I
are, Mr. John Samson, Miss Mary
Persons calliug for any of the above
amed letters will please say they
ELTGIOUS SERVICES.-Services will
held in the following churches on
John's Episcopal Chur ch-Riev. c
.. Prentiss, Rector. Morning 1
pryr, Litany, and sermon at 10.30r
o'l k. Afternoon service at 6.30 1
oc ec k. Service Wednesday after- .
- ~o clo G o'clock. All are cordially
iitdto wor'ship) with us5.
31eth dist-11 a. m. by the pastor.
~udy School at 5 p. in. Pray er1
0.etm~ Wednesday at 5.30 p. mf. a
me oei .te Rleformcd Presbyterian-t
Young M n's Pr ayer Meeting at 10.1.>
~ .Sn iday School at o p. mn.
Mr. A. M'- Withers, of Columbia,
jn town Thursday.
J. H. Marion, Eiq., of the Chester
bor was in town Friday.
Miss Mattie Egleston is visiting Mr.
anud Mrs. T. F. Davis at Killians.
Hi. N. Obear, E-q., of Columbia,
has been in town attending Court.
Stenographier Mctaw and Solicitor
Ilough left for their respective homes
Thum sday afternoon. Mr. McCawv will
retni n Monday for the opening of the
Cou rt of Commnon Pleas.
THlE STARE ALL RtIGHT.
The dis~covery of a correspondent
that one of the three "starns" indicating
the quality of' the dispensary whiskey
he had bought was made with a l en
and ink is an interesting one, and the
publication will doubtless mnaie regu
lar customers of' the dipensailes even
mere uncertain than they have been
.heretofote as to what they get for
* ~ their money. WYe do not think any
- thing is to> be gained, however, by
calling the attention of the State
authorities to the opening for fraud
which the use of the stars affords.
The State authoriis evidently do not
enre muelh about frauds in the conauct
of thme dispensary system.-Exchange.
Some time ago while looking through
the local dispensat'y we noticed that
some of the boutles i~ad one of the
0ta1o the labe! put ou~ v i:hi pent
anid ink. Mr. Me~bley explamined it by
givg the ~inration' that the labels
tad b :etn engcd at thce Stae dits
pensary. The lab~ls for thec three X
-broa d gave ou: and th~e above method
had to be restored to.
SIlILOll'S CURE, the great Cough
and Cr~up Cure, is in great demand.
Pocket size contains t wenty-five doses
only 25c. Childien love it. Sold at
* the Winnsboro Drug Store. *
Th'le Court of General Sessions hav
ing concluded all the business for this
- term adjoturned Thursday afternoon.
Friday was dev'oted to the trans
action of business in the equity of
* The following are the last criminal
The jury' in the case of State vs
Charles McCiurkin et al. returned the
followingr verdict: Guilty as to
Charles Mc Clurki n, Jassey M cClur kin.
Alford Coleman. Not guilty as to
Robt. Cokeman and Daniel Gibson.
State vs. Thos. Good, arson. Ver
dict-Not Gtuilty. Ragsdale & Rsgs
dale for defense.
arceny of live stock, as cbntinncd
ni motion of counsel for (lefense.
HIis honor imposed the following
cutences upon the zeveral convictS:
John Coleman, colored, convi:;ted
f grand larceny, one iear in the pen
Abraham Cuniinaham, hou., break
og and larceny, twelve months in the
Charles McClurkin, Jassey McClur
iv, Alford Coleman, each twenty-five
ollars fine or itmprisonment in the
ounty jail for a period of two months.
tl three paid their lines and were
Robert Juler, receiving stolen goods,
Ix mont4s in the penitentiary.
Mr. Editor: Not long since two of
illmau's honest followers did invest
n a pint of the Dispensary 100 proof
hiskey, and like all of Tillman's
-entdleaanlv representatives paid hon
st money for an honest article, and
ot wishing to disobey tei laws of
heir State, resorted to the back yard
or the purpose of ./tr once in Wlinous
ro, tasting pu,'Ire, houcst aw 'altal
eeatcd chiskey. But unfortunatieily and
nknolcinyly we happened to get into
Lt Anti's back yard, and while there
hat damnable dog, who has embodied
lie princ'ples of his Anti owner, was
tissed on us, and true to his training
ttempted to sneak up in the rear, not
ven possessing "gallant dogly" cour
ge to approach gentlemen face to face,
)ut prompted by that low bred nature
ommon to all curs, made straight for
e south of my rear suspender button.
Mr. Editor, i also notice "Sick Till
anite's" comments on the dog. Well,
hall I deign to notice "the sore head,
isappointed office seeking," "moon
iht tator grabber," and that not in
ds own patch? If I could get a chance
o give him just one-half pint .of the
ame medicine I gave that other Anti
og, I'll bet my old red shirt his liver
vould act at once: and if lie will then
et him a pound of Tillman's soap
arough our 'State Exchange and wash
imself it might be possible that lie
vill result in a white man.
I am one of your subscribers, and I
eel that I have been impose. upon,
o you will (o me the honor, of pub
shing this verbatim.
Dn. ron 'rm SIeK TiImtANri-.
KARUS CLOVEl1 IROUT wil ]
,urify your Blood, cetar your Corn
lexion, regulate your Bowels and
nake your Head clear as a bell. 25c.
nd 56c. Sold at the Winiboro Drug
STROTHER, S. C., Sq)t. 21.-Your
troher correspondent has remained
lent because tbere was naught of a
beerful nature to report. It is use
ss to reiterate the oft-told tale of the
in, wreck and desolation wrought
y the hurricane. Those who relied
n low grounds for cornm have mtac
'ith another disappointumet. Wogon
ads of gtreen, sour~ corn werte sold
here pu ueb:'sers con d he foun d.
'here was io possibility of~ snig it,
id it coul. only be uni ilzed by f,:edi'g
Cat. Clowneyv lost ten or ;ifteen
rs of cotton whichb would easily
tave made a bale per ac.e. Capt.
lowney ha~s the respect and esteem
f all who have the pleasure of know
ng him, and it nom strives more
athully for an -hone: able livelihood.
Is friends and tneighbors sympathize
vith him in his loss.
We read ot the "boundless re
ources of the South", etc., but thme
mneable fact remins that we are mu
deplorable condition. Duinjg an
~xperiece of many yeai s we have
eeer knownu nyiting approxiniamng
he striagcuey of the tImes. Truly
he financial condition of poor oid
outhi Carolina is appalling.
Nu:urally we are di-appointed at
he non-fulfilmn it of the glowmg~
romises made of better times, etc.
TVeneance is mtine, 1 will repay,
aith the Lord." Our~ great and i!
ustrious Hlamptoni redeemeiid our State
romn negr~o ran e, and'. his eff irts
rougt us cut of thie thraldomn. We
iave to doutbt that Ijhis statement wvill
e c. ntradicted, y et ariii uied in
maiig him in '7(. Though not a
South 'Carolinian,, we nmust atdmit that
ve 1el aba Shed that the grand old
ro has met w ith ingta:itutde from
he People who should .bave clung to
tim to the laet. WXe cannot under
tand how cur friendS cem say they
onored him. '-OL ' consi-tency, thou
rt a jewel." God bless Grover Cleve
nd fot hazvinig placed huim in a situna
.1on w. hich ensbies him to live in,
Threc hia been: a gat :t deal of sick
-s (one section-malaria! trouble;.
Mr. J1. 1). Blair has been par:icularly
Lr', as ha iis.i:r h~as her a perfect
.-pi! foir A (ek-.
Mss 1a u~ine No t hai. a .,:.u
pa f nyeri, a::a s enli now~ cin
W i;keS nere unit-d in weit lck hast
ig- a t the re ide::ce of 1rs (9.
di. Ti:ul iby h.:d b right
beautiini night , Wni we trust it in.!y
ov, s't nib'>lical of their latture life.
We heg leave 1o call the attention of
ur County Commissioners to the
ford of Tetrrible Creek. Some years
mmo, Mr. Frank Andrews, Mr. Hazel
Yngue and Mr. G. B. Pearsco sper.t
two hundred dollars an the vain en
dvor to have a good ford, etc. All
eotrts in that direction must be fatile
without rthe co-operat ion of those who
ctivate landhs below. We comnmis
erace all peduestrians who have to cross
that ford. The creek has lett the main
channel, and runis all over the low
wouds. This miserab!e state of
N afirs is caused by he failur;e of those
below to do their par t. T1hiis is no
grbied s:atemnent, only secra ieality.
~e bet our Coutyt Commtiisalonecrs to
gie this matter the~nir ersonal atten
tin, and we fel ontidet of the re
dtiot (detrime t to t-rop, but cant
not ai toJ p-oduce malaria. Again
we imaore our Con' ty Commrissionlers
to iivetigae this m'taer for it is one
o grt imotlatnce. c.A. S.
-s na rATTERS.
Itcrucl . .%: t.- an~ deaers in
'I'TIm LOCOMOTIE PUSI
KINDLING NEW FIR
MIR. Q. ). WILLIFORD
taste in Dress Goods aid Trimni
(departnwnt. W1- propose to shov
ever brouglht to this city. t' (1
our trade. We propose to (0 our
ever beheld in Winuisboro. 'Tt i,
and anxiety to please the masses.
storm cotton prices. We are beat
\ are showing stupendions barg
C- 'ATS that will su-prisc the shr<
MYS. V. A. ROBINSON V
Stock of Millinery.
Yours to pleaset, whose tire
Wel! wateral and well settd Ftri,
0 or :100 acres suitable for Qtock
aisig. Apply, stating price, J. L.
., :310 Meeting street, Charleston,
. c. - 12-:n
It shouni b>e in Every !!one.
J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharpshiog,
a.. savs he will not be without Dr. Ki1i'S
ew Diicover-: for Consumption. Couh s,
d Colds, that it Cured hi 'wift uN hi wa
breatened with Punoia after attaek
f "La Grippe," whe n various olin':r reue
Les ainl sevural phsicians had done her
l good. Roberlte Uariber, (Of Cook:-port,
a , clailis Dr. King's New Di coery has
lone hin more good than anIthin it- ever
sed fur Lung Trouble. thing hike it.
rv it. Free Trial 1ottX': at E-Mas1 t;er
'Co.,'; ing Sto.e. I .trI' t es . .
For Over Fifty Yvars.
Mius. WIsLOW'S Soo'riN( SyRUP has
ieen usled for over fifty years by ml!! ons
f moithers for their children wh :le teeth
I-, with perfect success. It sothis the
:hll, softens the guats, allays 'al pain,
utes wind colic, anid is the best remeiidy
or iarrhte'a. 1t will re!>ve the poor lit
le sufferer iinmediately. Sol by~ Drug
tists in every part of the vworbil. Tiwenty
je cnts a 'bittle. Be sure an.i ask for
31 rs. Winslow's Southintg Syvrup,'
ake no other kind. 3-3i
.The Great English Remedy.
Promptly and permanenl~rt
lcures ali formsof Nerrous
-eakness, Emissions, Sperm
~ orrhea. Impotenetand all
~ fets of Abuse or Excesses.
Ben prescribed over 33
yors in thousand1s of cases;
es Mcdicine known. Askc
.iruggist for WooD's Pxos
rnmr;if he offers some
' this, leave his disbonest store, inclose price in
etter and we will send by return mail.. Price, one
csge , $1; ir 5 n ill ase, six will cure.
am et ln seldeD e stas.
A~dO ossHE WOOD CHEMICA L CO,
3;~1 Woodward avenue, Detroit. Mich.
An agreablenaxtive anaNEEVE To'NIC.
old byDruggists or sent by manl. 25c.,50c.
and $100 per -package. Samples free.
Captain Sweeney, U.S-A-,San Diego, Cal.
says: "Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy is the first
nedicinI have everfounidthat would do me
anygood." Price 50cts. Sold byDruggists.
Dononeget a Cough,atheeisda ger' of
wilseoa ske ugTroube. Itis the
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis,an
is sold on a guarantee. 25 ets.
For sale at the W\iniisboro IDr 's .St
i76. The Monn' Re~ineay. 1845.
A TONIC, NEll 'IN, -LIOG)D P
Like Cures L .:t'
The I'uon of t!:e kampl' 1: K
dtle'in th 'wanl'.
F'~r Nataria. Nervousnes, Indaig'' ')a,
dur d:aer for NIONTER~EY. If hec
!es :t o'p it we wmi .~ndyoI a M
l)ttl exp e'- pre'paidl, a.n le'.':j' of $1u.
t orence', S. C., l'ropt. Eniml S
Cica.<- a 1,e wo rs ty-ear
Pronwc a h::. ri at w .
r e Consumptive and Feeble raatdwh
uexhan.:tni....; ::: nee Parker's Girnecr
rek' INylimu TUEUL.is EAR
W'CUS'tiiNS. Wipr esd
JERS OF A LIVE ESTABLISHIMRNT; SMOKING AND
ES TO INCREASE A FLAMING BUSINESS, ARE
G THE AVENUES WHICH LEAD TO COM
CCESS, MAKING THE LARGEST PRE
)NS EVER -MADE FOR THE FALL
AND WINTER TRADE.
North buying stock; also mr. Albert )ouglass, who exquisito
ags is ackn'owledgd, -will give his Sp1il attention to Imymg for this
Line of Dry Goods
i intend to let paie, eciones,~ short e rops and hard tiics effec(t
'ty at all hazards. We will show you the GRANDEST STOCK
opossible to do the business without goods. We are full of activity
We intend to make it lively for competition with tile best goodls at
in" list Fall's record in styles anud prices on
nlls in BOYS' SUITS this Fall. N:oning prites on (ENTS' OVER
ill return from the North in a few days, where she has been bivig
ess energies will never let up,
W. BROWN, Manager.
FOR SALE BY
McMaster & Co
utorat of the Dreakfra't Table.
'arton's Life of Andrew Jacko(n1,
Caloins~oksFOR SALE OR RENT# f
(.aiho Im's Works,
Cooper's Naval History,
Fred Douglass and Hii Mi'.
)on Q uixote.
Life of Gen. -Green,
Hood's.Works, Dwellig now occupied
lood's Advance and Retreat, by Mr. W. H. Williford
Johtisof's Tradition of the Revolution, I, offered for Sale or rent.
Mills' Statistics of South Carolina,
Ramsey's South Carolina, ossession Januar1
Tariten's Can paign in S. C.
And 200 other rare and choice bcoks. 1811I.,Lpply to
THULYSE C. DEsOITES.
by. Wr.IW. .EWillifor
18'.M. Appy toJ1
T O -Dr's A .Y ioadN.
N~ oflksterso( J and riol
reen Cffsh. at ti i ht~l
F. W. HAI3ENICHT'S.
otato(hes and io teSws
F. W. HABENTCHT'S. -* -i -l1d~rll~lS ~iie
M Roasted, GooJ1 -Tava andTin
reen Coffees, atc, B (iles,
One box Faney Lemons at I)le.
and 20e. per dozen, at aiiini ~~rl~nsta ewl
Groce antee dscritionCne
Good' VinegarfiiStocrfnd Cattl
Freh dt isuisCram \ IiIneFOHrdae Tin
F. W. H ABENICHT'S. .aeoesr n.toig alo
Fenh Spra iscuits, Cram A LARG S UPPY O iri
ha, Mitera Caers, fe ncy at. ~
F. W. HABENICH T'S.
ood oeuoi, ('allerlat
. W. H ABENICHT'S. I at vrthn eccia
9i thiirl Waters, frbeh, Do'atr e
Laod t cfeecall at~( i~ Inh fact, DvrUtig ndd a
F~c. Nw. HABENICHT'S schoolinpthiiline
OpposbirtorPs, Offda, hscl B~- slln tpicesosi
Iical, c. Neces sary Expenses, from SW> ~ the hadtimes.
to $21 . Ih r
For further it.formationi ahdress theC
r g g >3rNOTICE.
ijEiN .1 i1 UREYN DONE AND SOLICIT
E y. QUATTLER~AUM,~ 1. D S. - db DA RP
rhe Corner Stol
A CLEARANCE Si
S8TRA- W HAT
This Sale will
AVe intend to give GENUI
the purchaser our wel
i. 1/ B
(U)C BUYER IL\AS IETURNEJ
>o! New York, aId weT are no
Civil-g and opcn;iPg our
ALL AND .
Our stock is large and varied an
,, best we have ever had.
'rices are at Rock Bottom
ide to suit the hard times. We ar
fxious to show our goods and will b
lasd if yox will come and look e
em whethe'r yon buy or not.
COM E AND) SE E UC.
HIS1 FAVORITE SUM
)R COOL BREEZES,.FINE FISI
ig and Sm f Bathing, the Islantd
'e guaratee a good table, attentis
and experieniced set vanits.
'le Seamer Jarie leaves Georgetow
on Monidays, Wbednesdlays
and Fridays at 8 A. M.
for the Isla.;;d.
aorder tot to lose time tomrist s shoul
reach GIeorgetownl on either Sun
days, Tfuesdays or Thursdays.
For terms, etc., address
avrl Mlls,_Georgetown Co., S. (
I AM NOW PREPARED
to farnish the transient and
pbc at large with any sort
of turnout they may reqmire,
Stables two doors north of
Winnsoro IHotel. Your pat
ronage is respect fully solic
ited. WPrices mcderate.
.J n) uneATA TY & Co.
Ne will Co mence
LEjOF ALL SUMMER
[' SHOE S
~OTRHIN&, &G.1, &41..
ptember 1, 1893.
NE BARGAINS by giving to
known durable goods at
Lty de BrC.
A NICE FRESH LOT OF
LEMONS, CUCUMBER PICKLE
and Chow Chow, very cheap, and
in any quantity you want.
V Pork Sausage, best full ("team Cheeec,
Block's Sodat Crackers, the
best on the tuarket.
If you want good Tea and Coffee, this
is the place to get it.
A nice assortment of fine Candies
always on hand.
e Smoke my Old Glory Cheroot, the best
e in the world for the umoney.
Allsw me to call your attention to my
Crown Safety Oil, which gives
entire satisfaction to -
R. .T MATTHEWS.
AND) SALE SA.BLES.
T HE UNDERSIGNED STILL HAS
L left on hand
well broken, sound and straight, from
e 3 to 5 years old, ranging from 14b to
56 hands high. Also
which would do well to finish up a
crop with. Persons in need of surti
stock would do well to call and pr5e
the same. .Any of the above will '.*3
exchanged for broken down stock.
I am also agent for the Cohmons
Carriage Manufacturing Cc. Persons
wishing to buy a nice Phaeton, Baggy
Sor Cart can do so by calling on the
undersigned. A. WILLIFORD,
, OUR STOCK
wil be kept full aind complete
during the summer months.
When needing anything in
our line call on us and we
will make prices that will
*We have a new line of 2 3
and 4 gallon jars, roc.- per
Plant Cow Peas- after it
rains. We have a nice lot
on hand and will sell them
I Heteken & Cathcart.