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IkWAFL N TE L. G.E NCE
Tue. ay; ebrvary 12, - - 1901
-Court convenes next Mon
- .David Aiken spent Fri
-4. McDonald; Esq., is in
Charleston for several days.
-Mr. D. G. Ellison spent Sun
day wffh his home people.
-e,. E. P. Taylor spent last
weeki'n the Greenbrier commu
-M.Jas. Q. Davis went down
to Coninbia Friday on a business
-MrB. McCants re
turned.yesterday' to the South
-The condition of Mr. G. B.
Dunnas reported as greatly im
Gilmore was lodged in
tIal day chargedwith the il
licit silig of whiskey.
-Ale~x Starks went upbefore
Coan Monday morning and
'aid or his disorderly conduct.
-Peion applicants will please
,remeSer that the county board
holda ii last meeting next Mon
-vM T. W. Lauderdale left
Satni&y for New York where he
will reaain on pleasure for seve
--T~alary of the eeanty superin
tetdent of Fairfield Ce anty has not
been cit's was first pro:Posed by the
....T 1 ebdwire. fences on
the .;Wr Jjreet or Winnsboro
sbid-b1 removd or made to con
form to law.
-D. V. Walker & Co. have one
of the largest and prettiest lines
of neckties ever brought to
--The county supervisor an
nouncea. iy this issue the letting
of theb~ilding of a nev flat for
. -The dealers in pistols and
eartridges have thei: attention
cald in this issue to the taking
out of tls.required license.
--Mesa Tom Ellison and
after a few days' rest,
Vum~oro' population in
was" 1763 against 1738 in'
89.This was a gain of 25 for
Ielast decade of the 19th cen
-Miss.ossie Matthews is vis
itingsat.$enator Bagsdale's. She
- biasjpst returned from Michigan
wrhergh* :has been visiting her
S-Messrs. J. T. Barron, W. H.
Wqfr and - Marks, of Columbia,
Sattended the Masonic meeting
I ~hursday .evening to assist in
i-The artisle'in 'this issue en
titled College Education is from
the pn of. 'resident Carlisle of
Wofford and should be credited
---Mr.Fred Habenicht has gone
to A~ii.%0a., where he has ac
~etIa good position. Many
(~od iifWinnnsboro will wish
bnwell in his new field.
-Sexstor Ragsdale leaves this
morning 'for -the finiale of the,
Genergi Assembly this week. He
reports his brother- greatly im
proved..- This' will be grateful
news to his host of friends.
-The osunty supervisor new car
ries hi. right hand in a sling. The
other day while closing a blind the
cord holding it~e sash broke and his
Fhand was caught under the falling
sebh. Two of' his fineeri are. badly
masbect, and he has a verr painful
-President A. P. Montague, of
Furman, -.pent Monday in town
in the fnterest of the new alumni
hail, for which he is soliciting
subscriptions. He has met with
great encouragement~ everywhere
he. has gone. Sunday he ad
dressed the Baptist congregation
at Ridgeway -which responded to
the tune of $125.
A ?4lght or Terror.
"'iwfuil anxiety was felt for the
widow of the brave General Burnham,
of Macbias, Me., when the doctors
said she could not live till morning,"
writes Mrs. S. 11. Lincoln, who at tend
ed ter that fearful night. "All thought
she must soon die from Pneamnonia
but she begged for Dr. King's New
Discovery, Bay ing it had more thani
once saved her Iif--, and had cured her
of Conswnption. After three small
doses she slept easily all night, and its
further use completely cured her."
This marveions medicine is guaran:eed
to cure il Throat, Chest and Ling
Diseases. Only 50c. and $1.00. Trial
bottles free at McMaster Uo.'sdrag
The editor is compelled to ask
bhe indulgence of the readers of
hE NEWs AND HERALD for the
mall amount of reading matter
in this issue. This is due to the
fact that on account of a delay in
getting certain materials mucti of
our type was locked up in such a
way that we did not have control
of it. We therefore make the
usual promise that we shall try to
do better next time.
THE GOVERNOR'S APPOINTMENTS.
Governor McSweeney has made the
following appointments for Fairfield
James L. Richmond, auditor; Hugh
S. Wylie, treasurer. Magisti ates-W.
J Kellhr, First judicial dis rict, Woll
ing; John L. Blair, Second jndicial
district, Blair's; Charles K. Douglass,
Tbird juo'cia: diatrict, Albion; James
B. Stevenson, Fourth jadicial district,
Stevenson; H. F. Boesebel, Fifth judi
ial district, White Oak; Samuel Mc
'ormick, Sixth judicial district. Long
town; Thomas M. Cathcart, Sevecth
judicial district, Winnsboro; John
Wooten, Eght judicial district Bly the
wood; J. N. Lemaster, Ninth jodicial
district, Ridgeway; Frank R. (aid
well, Tenth judicial district-. Rockton;
C. A. Robinson, Eleventh judicial dis
trict, Horeb; David L. Glenn, Twelfth
judicial district, Jacksonville; E H.
Heins, Thirteenth judicial district,
Ridgewav; John Hollis, Fourteenth
judicial district, Bucklick.
IN MEMORY OF JOEL ASHFORD.
The following lines are dedicated
to the memory of Joel Ashford, who
died Jan. 17, 1901:
Dead? No not dead but gone before
Unending life in heaven,
The binding chains of pain and woe
Eternally ae riven.
rollow his lite; his manhood pure
A lesson sweet will teach,
How wisdom's ways he did pursue
The promised goal to reacb.
He lived for God; with God he reigned,
Oh, joy unspeakable I
With our loss, he rightly gains
His share of glory 'nll.
We should not grieve, because we know
Our loved one safe has crossed
The stream, and from our mortal sight
In glory he is lost. -
So while our tears rzfuse to soty,
And sad our every heart;
OhI let as not forget thuc day
When loved ones shall not part.
DOTS FROM BETHEL SCH OOL
onticello, and on account of the
xcessive rain on Sanday, she
was not able to get back to her
post of duty, so we had no school
We are glad to report that Rev.
Mr. Spigner, who has been ill, is
Miss Minnie Leitner, of Jen
nings, is now visiting her sister,
Mrs. Ida Robinson, of Monticello.
Our weekly prayer-meeting at
Bethel was conducted on last
hursday evening by Rev. R. W.
Spigner, who gave us a good and
earnest talk on "The Betrayal of
The farmers of this vicinity are
quite busy hauling guano and
preparing their plantations for
Grain of this section is looking
With best wishes to THE NEWs
AND HERALD. W. T. 3.
Feb. 9, 1901.
BEAR CREEK ITEMs.
We regret very much the de
parture of Mr. E. A. Davis and
The carpenters are getting on
nicely with the rebuilding rt Mrs.
. . Wilson's.
Mrs. R. B. Jeffares, of Feaster
vile, is spending some time with
her mother, Mrs. V. E. Hogan.
Mr. T. E. Allen has gone to
Sumter to remain the entire year.
Miss Mattie Cooper is visiting
her cousin, Miss Annie Sessions,
Miss Mary Harrison, of Ridge
way, is spending some time with
her sister, Mrs. 0. C. Duke.
Mr. J. N. Brown and family are
going to move to Sumter soon.
The Bear Creek high school is
getting on nicely under the man
agement of our respected instruc
tor, Mr. W. H. Sligh, of Columbia.
Mr. Davis Cooper, of Columbia,
is spending a few days with his
Mr. C. H. Wilson and Mr. W.
H. Hens are spending a* few days
at Blaney, S. C.
With best wishes to THE NEWs
ND HEALD. Early Bird.
Feb. 9, 1901.
For Infats and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Dr. BulPs Cough Syp cures Cough
or Cold at once. Conquers Croa
Whooping-Cough and Measle-Cou
without fail. All mothers prai.
Doctors prescribe it for Bronchitis,
Hoarseness, Grippe, Pneumoma and
Consumption. Quick, sure results.
Price, 5 cents. Refuse the dealer's substitute.
Always cures when others fail.
Dr.Ba'siPUIsClW onstpaton- sopils oc.
LIST OF JURORS.
The February term of court
convenes next Monday mornig
and the following is the full list of
jurors. The following six hold
over on the grand jury:
T. P. Younginer,
J. F. Brown,
F. A. Neil,
W. E. Martin,
Jno. F. Davis.
These have been drawn for the
T. L. Bulow,
Adrew C. Feaster,
J. A. TheMeekin,
H. F. Hollis,
G. G. bleele,
Jas. M. Blair,
J. S. McKeown,
F. J. Allen,
Jno. L. Dickey,
J. B. Jeffares.
For the first week the following
J. J. Sanders,
W. S. Robinson,
E. M. Flaherty,
T. M. Haynes,
Jas. W. Bankhead,
T. J. McMeekin,
0. F. McEachern,
J. G. Johnston,
J. H. Cathcart,
S. T. Simpson,
J. H. Hall,
W. J. Trapp,
E. E. Coleman,
T. W. Boulware,
W. J. Martin,
R. B. Connell,
W. B. Keno
T. 'C. Boozer,.
J. L. Cauthen,
G. Brooks Morgan, -
Jno. M. Boulware,
J. E. Gladden,
.F. M. Clarke,
Jno. T. Free,
Will Jenkins, Jr.,
3. M. Crowder,
D. G. Ruff.
Women are Like
F lowers. hybosm
and bloom. Sickly, they wither and
die. Every woman ought to look wdR
and feel welL It's her right and duty,
but she might as well try to put out a
fire with oil as to be healthy-and'at
.tractive with disease corroding the
'organs that make her a woman. Upop
their health depends her health. If
there is Inflammation or weakening
drains or suffering at the month?
period, attend to it at once. Don t
delay. You're one step nearer the
grave every day you put it off.
Women can stand a great deal, but
hey cannot live forever with disease
dragging at the most delicate andy
vital organs in their Oly. You may
have been deceived in so-called cures.
We don't see how you could help it-.
there is se much worthiess stuff on
the market. But you won't be dis-'
a ppointed in Bradfield's Female Reg
uilator. We believe it is the one medi
cine on earth for womanly ills. There
is as much difference between it and
other so-called remedies as there Ia
between right and wrong. Bradfield's'
Female Regulator soothes the pain,
stops the drains, promotes regularity,
strengthens, purifies and cleanses. It
does all this quickly and easily and
.naturally. It is for women alone todo.
cide whether they will be healthy or
sick. Bradfield's Regulator lies at
-hand. SI p,.r bottle at drug store.
* Sn fx our free booklet.
TUE BRADF1ELD REGULATOR CO., Atts. Ge.
All persons holding claims against
te estate of Starke P. Martin, de
ceased, will present tbe same to the
undersigned, duly verified, and all
perons indobted to said estate will
make payment to the undercigned.
S. G. M ARTIN,
Mitford, S. Ci
A. S. & W. D. Douglass, Attornee
Pacific Fire Insurance Company of
Glen Fall Insurance Company or
Rochester German insurance Com
pany of Rochester, N. Y.
Solicits share of public patronage.
The contract for buildlhg a new iat
for Ashford's Ferry will be let to the
lowent bidder, at Strother, on Febru
ary 22nd, A. D. 1901.
.2 A. D. HOOD,
2-12Ed County Supervisor.
I bereby give notice that all parties
selling pistols and pistol cartridges,
also rifle cartridges, are required to
take out license at once or discontinue
A. D. HOOD,
2-12.2 County Supervisor.
TO HOI IT JUY COICE
ALL PARTIES INDEBTED TO
the estate of Q. D. Williford, de
ceased, will please call and settle their
accounts with A. W. Brown at the old
stand. J. L. MINAUGH,
Adminis trators's No tie
All' persons having claims againit
the estate of T. W. Rawls, deceased,
are bereby notified to present them to
the undersigned, duly attested; and
all persoms Indebted to said estate are
hereby requested to make payment to
HUGH S. WYLIE,
Adar. Estate T. W. Rawls, dec'd.
All persons having claims against
the estate of Mrs. Eliza Weir, de
ceased, are hereby notifed to present
them to the undersigned, duly attested;
and all persons indebted to said estate
are bercby re quested to make payment
to the undersigned.
HUGH 8. WYLIE,
Admr. E-tate Mrs. Eliza Weir, dec'd.
05.t Winnsbore, IA C.
A pretty line of
Etc., Etc., Etc.,
C. M. CHANDLER'S.
TuanE M inc
tiosel~ieet iefreeculItig t
Spcial Awltbof lths qial
andeiciit i pnertoa mao
gbdomodharactle ad abili*y. Aems daina
bleco ta,L arri rnewalwll
Tbecgit ethe f ri thea EAddreble
W. J. RODDEY, Mgr., Rock Hill,.
s. C. 94Wd
WE WISH TO MAKE ROOM FOR
and offer many goods at BARGAIN PRICES. Some o
these goods are offered at less than cost. This does not in
clude all the goods in our store. The bargain lots are put
on the counters and marked in plain figures. These items
are for CASH ONLY and WILL NOT BE CHARGED
at these price.
A varied lot of Dress Goods,[Plaids and Silks,
Lot of Percals, at 7, 8 and to cents.
Flannelets and Outings.
All Winter Underwear at a discount.
Lot of Gents' Heavy Gloves.
Cotton and Wool Blankets.
Lot of Ladies' Fine Shoes, at $1-50 to $s.oo. These are
lss than cost, worth $2.00 to $S.oo.
Lot of Children's Shoes, all sizes and prices.
Lot of Gents' Shoes, at $i.5o tO $2.50, worth $2.00 to $t.
Many of the goods we offer are fresh, new stoek, bought
this fall. We do not wish to carry them over the summer,
and offer at these prices for CASH.
To the many who have patronized us we wish a happy
New Year with the hope that the new century may ring
them much of prosperity. We ask a continuance of your
patronage, promising at all times to use our best efforts to
supply.your wants to your entire satisfaction both as to quality
The Caldwell Dry Good opany.
MOLA545E45 OP ALL KIND3.
TRE VERY BEST
Sew Orleans STrup anb tIolase.
Georgfa IRfbbon Cane Strup.
Jresb lporto 'Rcas.
J. D. McCarley & Co.'s.
MUdLES! M ULES!
1 CERLTAI~IIY APPItECIA TE THE TRA DE WE
~b~~sseason, and have just received another car of
4am prepared to give my customers some bargains
Mules atnd Horses. Get my prices before buying.
BuggiesI Harness!- Saddles!
and everything that belongs to a herse. I have it, or can get
it in a few days.
NMy Livery Outfit
will soon be complete, and .I can fix you up a NICE RIG,
*QU-.";..:; D*" . A. Crawford,
r,ooo yards of Heavy Shirting to be close:l out at
4 r-2 CENTS A YARD.
500 yards Ginghams, reduced from 7to5CNS
6o pairs of Brogan Shoes, well worth the former price of
$x-50 per pair, toibe closed out at
$1.oo A PAIR.
Large line of Hats and Men's Dress Shirts at greatly re
Big values for all money left with us.
Wlnnsboro Racket Co.
C. B3. Gladden, Mgr.
For Fairfield County.
4.50 - A EAII - 14s59