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Weca-r-sday, 3Iay 5, - - -1897.
?i V Board ot Equalization was in
sessi . o.: Monday.
?^-orne of the machinery for the
facto 7 has arrived arid is being placed
?M'S Sirah Hall, who has been
quite r:c\, is, we are glad to say,
?Rev. E Johnson has accepted
the call t ,.<ew TTope A. R. P. church
and v jj: i/jove ihere this week.
?A o.r.-iing of the Confederate
veterans oi Gladdervs Grove township
will be brie" on Saturday, May 8th.
Mr. R. Garrison desires his
customer- ? know that he has moved
his market to W. G. Roche's old stand.
?Retid *^e advertisement of \V. 0.
McKeo^.i & Sons. Telephones put
r up by the?u in this county have proved
?Clerk of Court R. H. Jennings
has the last Acts of the Legislature,
and the magistrates can get them by
either calling at his office or sending
there for them.
?The "Pedaler*" have selected
black and orange for their colors.
This is a beautiful and very striking
combination, and before very long, all
of the bicycles will be adorned with
?The first issue of ihe Daily lieoord,
Columbia's new afternoon paper, appeared
on Monday, April 26th. Columbia
is quite large enough to support an j
afternoon paper in addition to its
morning papers, and we wish the
^? Daily Record success.
?The day is past when any kind of ,
a feat will do f-.r a child. That a
child's hat be "up-to-date" is as imperative
as hats for older people. No
matter bow bard you are to please,
remember the most fastidious can be
suited at Lauderdale's. adv
?Messrs. A. Hayes, T. W. Robeitson,
S. ii. Rutland and Jesse Deleuev
went to Broad River a. tew days ago
? -fi^Viirnv e-vnorSifinn Anf? oftn<?ht
eight minnows. Major Woodward
was more lucky at home on Tuesday
afternoon. He caught a very fine
carp out his pond.
?Mrs. F. M. Habenicht is advertising
a number of good things.
Shredded cocoanut, Palmetto New
Orle&n; molasses, golden drip syrup
and fi-te oandies, also Monarch brand
salr:oi! aud Vienna sausages, are
some vf ihe things that she has just
?T?rv T. M. Dent was nresent at i
the Gx'ord League which met at the
Methc- ti?t Female College in Columbia
last w^ek. This league is compesed of
about twenty of the young minisiers
of the South Carolina Conference.
Lectures ".ore delivered by sever*]
distinguished professors and were a
?Camp Raines met in the town hall j
on Monday and elc-cfed the following
delegate^ m- represent the c;mp at
Nashvilh;: 11. H. Jennings, W. C.
Beaty, Jas. B. Turner. Alternates:
T. W. Wo..u^ard, J. R. Deleney, Dr.
T. B. McKiiistrv. The meeting was!
well attei.'ied, and efforts will be
lis. made to have other camps organized
fppF in the cc:;::ty.
?Sundiiv was quite a wintry day,
and many people appeared in winter
clothes ami heavy wraps, which did
not feel at all uncomfortable, and fires
were a necessity, micq coia weatner
so late in tbe f-pring is very nntisaal.
Frost was predicted by tbe weather
boreaa for Monday mormog, but by
Monday the weather, fortunately, had
moderated and no serious harm resulted
from the cold.
?The ladies of the Memorial Assoc:\tion
met on Thursday afternoon
and althongh very few ladies were
present, arrangements for the celebration
oa the 30th inst. were made. The
ladies decided not to have any exercises,
as has been customary, but the
graves of the soldiers will be decorated
as usual. Therefore, on the
morning of the 10th the ladies are desired
to meet for the purpose of arranging
the flowers for the graves.
?In Sunday's issue of the State
appears for !he first tiss the card of
Misses Lou Dwi^ht and Lossie Talley,
which announces that these young
ladies are prepared to do a gereral
stenographic and typewriting business.
The young ladies have formed a copartnership
under the firm-name of
Dwight & Talley, and they have an
office in the Centra! Bank building iu
Columbia. They very recently graduated
from McFeat's school of typewriting
nnd SronooT>mhr. and are
entirely competent, .?nd deserve to
sacct.-.-ti In tier course at the school,
Miss L/U Dwight acquitted herself
admire !y. beiug considered one of
the be-f = hilars that Mr. McFe^t has
had. tid ?.l! t*? ber Mends in Winnsboro
-.ri.iii the firm or Dwighi & Taliey
great ? ?vess.
?Mr. Herbert Cauihen was driving !
dowr< ,iia:n street on Friday rnornin?
ana Jennings got iuio ine
bugg wi'h him. jusc in front of the
Wlnnsboro Hotel. The horse started
to ru;<, n:::i turned into the sidewalk in
front oi' >ir. W. J. Elliott's house,
throwirg both occupants of the buggy
out. To u:-: amazement of every one
neither injured. 'Hie horse then
ran do? Main street and turned up
the &:iv by M-. \V. Doty & Co/s
store savvards the ..college. He broke
ioose fr-r.:: .he buggy and catce charging
dov> ! ?i:e sidewalk by the passenger
depo- it id ran on the sidewalk
from the j.dl t-> Mr. Phillips* .-tore
The was pe: fec'.Iy terrified and
looked ;r it might run at any minute
into a s:-.:re. Fortunately everybody
seemed to realize the frenzied condition
of ;he horse and got out of the
way, so no accident happened.
Bueklea's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt RheumT-Tsnrls.
A V ? vi VVl ^
Chiliblains, Corns, aud all Skin Erup,
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay reqnied. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded.
Prece 25 cems per box. For sale
by McMaster & Co.
Celebrated for its great leaveni" g
strength and healtbfulness. Assures
ihe food against alum and all forms of
o/lnUoi-ofinn /?rttv?mr?n tn fhf> r.hp.TT)
ROYAL BAKIXG POWDER CO.,"
A BOLD ROBBERY.
Oil Thursday morning, betwee" 3
and 4 o'clock, the store cf Messrs.
Ganier & Cullutn was entered by
burglars. The rubber or robbers of j
fected an entrance by breaking one of
the front windows. Several pairs ol j
shoes, a pair of tro'isers and other j
articles of clothing were stolen. Xo
clue to the thieves has been found.
MISS BOLICK WIN'S. j
The Watch Contest closed on Friday |
night, the total voting approximating
6,000. The votes were conn ed by
Capt. "VV. G. Jordan and Mr. J. L.
Beaty. Owing to the lateness of the
hour it was impossible to tabulate the
full vote. It was apparent, uowever,
from the size of the piles of coupons
f. r Misses Bolick and Stevenson that
! the race was between these two. Miss
Bolicfe received 3.081 to Miss Bessie
Stevenson's 1,265. Miss Bolick is,
therefore, entitled to the watch.
Mioses Johnston and Mobley followed
in the order named.
DEATH OF MR. J. M. KIKKLAXD.
Xews was received in th-3 city today
of the death yesterday in the
Jenkinsville section of Fairfield County
A-T conf T AT whn tuns
well known in this city, where he
lived for a number of years. He was
originally from Fairfield County and
returned there with hi- family last
January to engage in farming. Capt.
Kirkland took active interest i:i politics
and was one of the leaders of the
Reformers i:i Richland County. He
was chairman of the first County
Board of Control appointed for Richland
under the fi:st Dispensary Act.
Capt. Kirkland was ne^ly GO yews
Old.? Columbia Record.
OUA^ nv L)OTS.
Mrs. Welsh is Improving.
Mr. St. Aman ! has discarded his
Mr. Gillespie. c>f Massachusetts, is
at the quarry.
A s-hipment HarrUburg, Ponn.,
has been made.
Air. Jtioseibsck* ana two cmiuren
have arrived at the quarry.
The quarry ti-in has put on three
trains to accomodate summer travelers
fi om Bunclrick to Rabb?.
Mr. Thos. McMahon will bring his
bride from Charleston soon and they
will make their home ft the quarry.
Mr. "W. F. Pearson's engine No. 236
made the ran from the quarry to
Rockton in 2 hours ana 9S minuter.
onipments wuie maue 10 me iuilowin?
points tbis week by the "Wmnsboro
Granite Co.: Alieghany City,
Pittsburg, Peon., Qnincy, Mass.,
BioomiDgton, Del , New Orleans,
La., Columbia, S. C , Atlanta, Ga.,
Memphis, Tenn., and Melrose, Fla.
Educate Your Bowels 'With Cascarets.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.
10c, 25c. Ii C. C. C. rail, druggists refund money.
CARD OF THANKS,
Please allow me to express through
The News asd Herald, thanks to
my friends for the flattering and successful
vote they gave me in the recent
contest for the watch. I assure them
that their kindness will never be forgotten.
BIG PICNIC -IT SHELTON* FRIDAY,
3IAY Ttb, 1S07.
Mr Editor: Please correct the notice
of (he picnic at Strother, instead of
being on the 8:ii of May, it will take
place on the 7th day of May?a basket
picnic and fishing party. The pubilc
are cordially invited to attend.
Died, on tbe 21st of March, 1S97, at
her home in Chester County, Mrs.
S. C. Coney, in the 56th year of her
age. She wa? a native of Fairfield
Couuty, and a consistent member of
the Bapiist church. She had been a
great sufferer tor twenty years, bat
was patient in her affliction. She
I laoT'fi? r~r\ enno otul r\r\c* rl q nfrli t
| iWTWi! J-L ? ^ CV/MO VUW UWUplJlVl V.UV.
a host of friends to mourn her loss,
i All who knew her need not be told,
A warmer heart death never made cold.
A CAKD OF THANKS.
Mc. Editor: Since by the earnest
efforts and support of my friends I
have been awarded ti.e set of Comj
mentaries, allow me spac-.* in your
j valuable columns to thanK mem lor
} this excellent set of books.
I Yes, you gave me a handsome vote,
| both in Winnsboro and the country,
j keeping mv name at ;he ho id of the
I list since its first appearmce. I know
I this n quired < iTJu on your part, but
I let me assure yt.u that your efforts, in
j my behalf, are sincerely apprcc'aied.
j These books si all be u;ed and ever be
j cherished as a meccento of the kina|
ness of nay friends in Fairfield.
J. P. Iscnhower.
i Winnsboro, April 2G, 1S97.
Everybody Says So|
Cascarets Candy Cathavtic, the most won
derful medical discovery of the age. pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, act gently
and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels,
cleansing the entire sys;? in. dispel colds,
cure headache. ;i-wr. constipation
and biliousness. Pi^as-- y and try a bos
of (J. C. C. t- '-thtv; ;?>, - :'.u "cents. Sold and
guaranteed to cure by all druggists.
Few of our P'"o;.] liavr- or-.Ini d-.
ru w uvt.i in iK- .
Few make tha ir o?vn vinegir.
Few pay less tii wi 40 co-it- :i ^<i!lou
for the best cider vinegar.
Few know that it takes S g-:]!.>i!5 of
sorghnm juice to nuke one gallon of
synip wo eta 30 cents.
Few knovf tbat S gallons of sorghum
juice will make about. 8 gallons of
vinegar about good as the best apple
PlanL *orgbu:n. Make vinegar and
supply the merchants at. lower prices
fhon r?on ihnu or?rkln vmporflr
UUfc?ia tuwj VtfcU VU J ; WVJV%
beside; feed your cow?1, horses and
hogs. G. II. McMaster
RECOVERED HIS VALISE.
Col. Coleman Slept on the Train.-A Detective's
Col. R. L Coleman, th2 widelvknown
contractor, was on the train
cotnii-g from Union April 29. Becoming
sleepy he jointed up his legs until
he was in as comfortable a position as
is possible in a car and then went to
slct p. His valise was occupying another
seat, as r^e colonel was utilizing
his to its :w!iettt extent. At Alston a
negro e;;te-cd the car at one end and
walked thr ngh. When he left at the
/ vtv.a-1. hfk vmrt phiotipi
valis.\ It was not missed until the
j trained reached this city. Since then
j a detective hits been working on the
! case, and with success. Lin Hcnderj
son was caught with the valise at
! Pacolet and yesterday brought to this
j cit> by Sheriff Ellison, ot Winnsboro.
Early this morning Henderson was
taken up to the Fairfield County jail
and later will be tried. lie claims
- .i - i-r j l
tUilt auoiner iiejiio m:i-u juuj iv ia.au
the valise to Pacolet and then gave
him the dnlge, leaving the valise in
his possession.?The State, April oOtJi,
AXME ABBOTT'S POWEK.
A inie Abbott g8ve an exhibition of
her wonderful p:^er> in the Thespian
ball on Thursday and Fiiday nights.
Of its kind, the people of "Winnsboro
have never seen ain thing more wonderful.
What is tie secret of her
power cm not be explained. If it is
a mere "'trick," it is still wonderful, j
tor it would be a remarkable feat to J
trick so many intelligent peop;e. lie;tests
show c inclusively that it is not
physical i-treugth. Ti;c first thing she
did was to ask some one to i:o!d a chair
in front of them. Mr. G. JI. McMaster
tried i.r, and a? soon as her
hand touched the chair it was beyond
Mr. McMaster's power to hold it in
iis position. It was the same thing
with Mr. J. Q Davis. Neither could
Messrs. E. W. Il-mnahan, J. D. McCarley,
J. E. Coan and others, who
- - - - - i . J
tiled, lift Amise ad'oott wnen tier nana
was in contact with them,, although
noimaliy she weighs very little.
Numerous tests of her power were illustrated.
Mr. J. Q. Davis could not
rai?e little Kit McMaster off the floor
while Annie Abbott placed her hand
gently on Kit's hand. One phenomenon
is that by wrapping a silk handKerchief
around a gkss and placing
the gla.cs on the back of her neck, a
distinct thumping noise is heard a'l
over the hall.
Why will you buy bitter nauseating
tonics when Grove's Tasteless Ciiill
T/^v-tc ia it nlpflcnnt as Tjfimnn Svrun.
Your druggist is authorized to refuud
the money iu every case where it fails
to cure. Price, 50 cents *
Miss Mary Eilison returned on Saturday
Miss Maggie Gladden is af home
again after a visit to ths country.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Scott Douglass returned
to Columbia on Wednesday.
Yir;*.;. nf "Park' Rranfih. is
1TJ iOO ULVAV V* * f v 7
visiting" Mr. and Mrs. R. N. McMastcr.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry N. Obear, of
Washington, arc visiting relatives in
Mr. Jaiues R. Boulwsre, of Rock
tlill, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. X.
Capr. C. S. Dwigbt retarned to
Norih Carolina on Monday after
speeding a few days with his family.
The many friends of Mr. T. Iv
Elliott are glad to see him home ag^in.
He reached home on Tuesday night.
jJi?ses May Martin and Bessie S;evenson
and Master Mjron Stevenson
attended thepi;n:c at Catawbi F.ils
Mr. Edgar Matthe-vs went to Columbia
last. week to visit bis brother, Mr.
I .. .. . !
Robt. \V. Matthew?, at the south Carolina
Misses Parma'cr and Fixley returned
to Farming-ton on Wednesday,
after spending about a week with Mis?
Col. F. W. McMasler and his daughter,
Miss Helen, came up from Columbia
to attend the funeral of Mr. II. L.
Elliott, Sr., on Saturday.
? ^ i _ I
Mr. s. jl. samara, aicer spending a
month in town with relatives, left 011
Monday for Washington, D. C., to
visit his son, Capt. D. D. Gaillard.
WHAT TO DO.
There is comfort in the knowledge
so often expres-ed, that Dr. Kilmers!
Swamp-Root, tli; great kidney ie:n<. dy
luifills every wis.'i in relieving pain in j
the back, kiduey--, liver, b'a-id- r nd !
every part of the ivinarv parages.,
It corrects inability t^> no.ti untie ana
scalding pain in pas-ing it, or bad
effect following u>e of liquor, wine or
beer, and overcomes tbat unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to get
up many times during the uight.
The miki and t.^.e extraordinary effect
of Swamp-Root is soon realized It
stands the highest for its wonderful
cures of the most distressing cases. If
you need a medicine you should bave
the best. Sold by druggists, price fifty
cents and one dollar. Yon may have
a sample bottle of this great kidney
remedy sent free by mail, also a pamphlet.
Mention The News and Herald
and send your fall postoffice address
to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton,
N. Y. Toe proprietors of tbi.paper
guarantee the genuineness ol!
this offer. *
I SABSOLUTELY GHIBifflED!?4?S"ry=
i 0 v,..r?.? .3 cTrprrvr: T?*"?rmY r
MAY LADIES* HOME JOLKXAL.
The May Ladies' Home Journal
uniquely rc fleets the sentiment and
spirit of spring. "In An Old-Fashioned
Garden" fairly emits the season's
fragrant flavor, as do other coa-i
tribntionsin prose at.d verse. Iloa. j
John IliifSv.ll Young recalls the nota- j
ble incidents? fetes, icccptions ami
psgcan's, etc.? of General Grant's
memorable tour of the world, and exPresident
Harrison gives highly interesting
glimpses of i ho President's
home and borre life in an artiele on
' The Domes:ic Side of the "White
House"?the concluding one of bis
admirable scries. Edward V?r. Bok
-i? 1 ? r
editorially presents me rea-uy practical
side of i be crusade agaidft the
slaughter of birds for their plumage,
and forcibly protests against the pernicious
lnbit of spitting in public
place*. A reminiscent article by Mrs.
Raymond Maud, ."My Mother as I
Recall Her," gives some delightful
glimpses ot the personal side of Jenny
Lind, especially of her home life.
Herbert D. Ward's serial, "The
Burglar Who Moved Paradise,"
reaches its conclusion, maintaining its j
quaint humor 10 the end. Also in tlie
lighter vein are a remarkably we!!ldrawn
character sketch, "Old Gabe
Carter's Company," and the second of
"The Colonel mid Me" papers.
l) .right L. Mucdy, in his Bible Class
1-. ssoR,* writes on "Faith" with character
is: ic directness. Besides Mrs.
S. T. llonr's m si helpful articles on
c ?okiand her so'uiion of puzzling
hotiS' hold problc-in?, are valuable
rwni-rs nn "Travi-imcr with Children
L, -r 3
in Slimmer," "Unique Moderate Cost
Outing?," "Girls' Letters," summer
gowns, wuis's, b: dies and parasols,
' The Wiid Garden and Rockery,"
and many of hers brimful of practical
wi-dum. In brief, the May Jcurnaj
contemplates directly and practically
every feature of home life, and apn^n't
!ii inn ml it nf Ihn hftnsp
hold. Annr.g its notable art features
are the dainty cover by Howard Py'Ie.
and A!;Cd B;rbcr S'ephens? drawing
of "The Wom-n in the Home," the
th'r.! uf her "American Woman"
s-ries. By Trie Cur: is Publishing
Uumpanv. Phi.'.a iclphia. One dollar
per year; ten cents per copy.
Tvbscco S:ii!: r.ad Siacke Your Life Att.it,.
To ouit tobacco easily and forever, be mag
nctic. full of life. nerve and vigor, take No-To- j
Br.c. t';e wonder-workv-r, that m ikes v.eakmen t
strong. All clru^isu?, 50c or Si. Curcguarun-|
teed ' Booklet and o.'.:r.p!e free. Address
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York. f
The bicyclists organizsd on Thursnay
evening. W. D. Douglass was
clected president, Misses Ella Doty
and Charlotte Allston, vice-presidents,
and Miss Jessie Jennings, secretary
and treasurer. The by-laws were reporieJ
by a committee and ratified.
A board of censors was appointed,
,, A* ^ C "Do 1 *v?t\nta Af ao no
uuij!mh lujg ul x chlllct l/a? ic j kuv/uiuo |
Davis, Eddie Porter, Misses May!
Martin, Rachel McMast* r and Mamie
Jordan. The duty of this board is to
repoit to the Executive Committee ail
violation of the rules to the Executive
Committee. The Executive Committee
is composed of W. D. Douglass,
Mrs. M. W. Doty, Miss Lil Dwi-iht,
t r "o r vr:?
O. ?J. ?>eu.iv, ju^vvrtiiuo I UUKI ,
Esther Jennings. The Executive Committee
imposes fines. A commiitce
ou roads, consisting of J. Q. Davi?,
W. G. Jordan, and J. S. Elder, was
appointed. Among the rules adopted
arc the following:
All members shall equip their
"wheels" with a bell by the loth of
May, and any member failing to do so
who shall be seen on the street riding
without a bell shall be fined five cents
n 1_ -3 u ~ rr
ior eacn auu cvci y sucii uusiist;.
Ail members shall ride with a lantern
when riding at night, and any
member violating thi> by-law shall be
lined in a stun not exceeding ten cent?,
provided nothing herein contained
shall be construed to prohibit, riding
in moonlight without a lantern.
When turning or passing a corner
all members while riding shall ring
their belis at least twenty feet before
turning or reaching said corner and
whall ring the bell continually until
tl?? eftrnnv i? nncsod nnd TChf>n tnrn
iug or passing a corner, members shall
not, ride at a faster speed than three
milies an hour. Any violation of this
rule shall subject ihc offender to a
flue of ten cents.
Members are forbidden riding two
or more abrcas: on meeting or.passing
a pedestrian or bicyclist, and any
violation of this sha'I be punished by
a iiv.P firf and a nfcr'pr.t In
turn ilo the right when meeting or
passing a pedestrian or bicyclist ?hall
nuui-bed by a line of five cents.
Deafness Cannot be Cured.
by logical applications <is thev cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
Th'-re is only one way to core deafno-#,
and tha1: is ny constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caus:d by an
inflamed condition; of the mucous
lininc of ilii-: Eussachian Tube. When
this tube is inflame 1 you have a rumbi:.ng
sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, Deafness is
the result, and unless the inflamatioj
can be taken out ar.d this tube restored
to its normal condition, bearing will,
be destroyed forever; nine cases out
ut ten are caused oy uatarrn, wmcn is
nothing but an inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catany Cure. Send for ciriMilo
, j/cilE.NEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
| S^kl by Druggists 7oc.
j Hall's Family Pills c.re the best.
1 Guaranteed: tobacco hai it rure. makes weak
men strong, blood pure. 5Cc, 81. All druggists.
iM-'uiuw 111 .mm mrTmmn?jegwaBwaoa??ago
4* flTTBJ? A S^TTB/#=* 6
:ase of constipation. Cascarcts are the Ideal Lasa-fl
Tip or zrips.bnt cause e.-tsy natural results. Sam-fi
0.. Chicago. Montreal. Can., or^'ew York. 2lT.fi
! CONVOCATION AX KIDGEWAY.
| What Wits Done Thereat During the Week
The Columbia convocation of the
Episcopal church convened at St
Stephen'?, Ridge vay; Monday night
last. The Rc.Catitey Johnson of
Rock Ilill preached. On Tuesday
I morning the Rev. Mr. Alston preached
and the holy communion was celebrated.
The convocation wa? then
organized foi* business. An arrangement
was made to provide services
for the church at Camden daring the
continued s'ckncss of Rev. J. M.
Yorkrille was the point selected for
the next meeting of the convocation,
and Nov. 2, the timeOn
Tuesday night the Rev. Mr.
Anderson of Yorkville preached. On
Wedncida\ morning the Rev. A. R.
Mitchell preached, after which the
iinnw.^atinn mut oivoiti f'orloin
gymen were appointed to hold missions
in various pans of the diocese
The subject of the woman's auxiliary
was discussed. At night the Rev.
W. L>. Gordon of Edgefield made an
address on the history ot the church.
On Thursday morning, after service,
all the clergymen present made a report
of the -work done in their re
11YU XlUiUa Ui JLAUUl XU lUC ailCinoon
a children's service was held, at
which Bishop Capers ardltcv. Messrs.
Mitchell and Gordon made addresses.
At night the bishop preached and the
Rev. Mr. Mitchell addressed the congregation
on the subj ect of the Brotherhood
of -St. Andrew, which resulted
in the organization of a chapter of
that organization for Ridgeway and
On Friday morning, after the services
of the church, the convocation
passed resolutions of thanks for the
hospitality of the Ridge way peopJe
The Rev. A. R. Mit.hall teinained
over and preached Friday night.
The convocation was in all respects
gra'ifving. The attendance was on
each occasion lar^e. Much interest
was shown 0:1 the part of the community,
and the veiling bishop and
c'ergymea received every courtesy
that a refined sentiment prompted.
May 2, 2397.
For Over Fifty Years.
Mrs. Wjxsloav's Soothing Syrup
has been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
Ir soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wiud colic, and is
the best remedy for diarrhoea. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately.
Sold by druggists in every
part of the world. Twenty-five cents
a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs,
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," &nd take
no other kind. 0 26txly
News is very scarcc in our town at
present, but I will endeavor to send
von a ?ew dots anyway.
Farmers have about caught up with
their crops, but rain is very much
needed at present. There seems to
DC a good crop or irtm in tms section
audit won't be long now until we
have plums to eat.
Our young people seem to be enjoying
this delightful spring weatlior
very much?going on fishing expeditions,
taking twilight strolls, etc.
Ycrily the poet was right when be
"In the spring a young man's fancy
Lightly turn; to thoughts of love."
The Girls' Sewing Society gave a
splendid entertainment Wednesday
evening for the benefit of the Baptist
Church. Erery one in it reflected
great credit on themselves, and the
large audience which was present
seemed to enjoy the eveniDg hugely.
The delightful music also added very
much to the grand success of the affair.
The night operator, Mr. China, of
Sumter, arrived a week or so ago.
He is a fine young man and wc are
very glad to have him in our city.
Mr. Watson was with us again last
Sunday. lie held one of the most
interesting meetings ai^d administered
the most beautiful baptism that has
been had ai S;v d Level in many
Mr. WVs.e/ Srarns has been paying
a vMt to his sister, Mrs. Poovy.
"* ? t .1.!. 1 ? ji -\r i_ ?~
.uisses juOUiu anu .uuuu iuauuu uavc
returned home after spending a few
days at Bly the wood.
We arc glad to say that Mr. Jefl"
Harmon's little son Herbert who has
been qni:c sick, is now much better.
April 29, 1S97. Sweet Peas.
Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for
any season, but perhaps moie generally
needed, when the languid exhausted feeling
prevails, when the liver is torpid and
| sluggish and the need of a tonic and al
terative is felt. A. prompt use of this me<ij
icine lias often averted long and periiaps j
| imai unions un ers. uikubcihc win act
more surely in counteracting and freeing
the system from the malariai poison.
Headache, Indigestion. Constipation, Dizziness
jield to Electric Bitters. 50 c. and
S1.00 per bottle at Mc Master Co.'s Drug
i WE BUILT THE KOCKTON!
Quarry line, also (he Beaty-Wylie
j ine, and famished 'Phones for
j same. For information and prices
: write in.
s. o. iffiowi & sis,
j CORN WELL. Chester Co., S. C.
I ir. r.. rcixiOTT, SR.. DEAD.
A Long aa?l Cse.'ul Life Ended.
For moi e tLan a year Mr. Ilenry L
Elliott bad been becoming more anc
more feeble. For a week or more the
watchers at hi3 bedside have felt the
i ?j ?- on Fnikr sfffrnoon. ir
truu ucui . auu uu ? ,
the presence of his large family, the
voicc of God gently whispered hisoul
to rest in eternity. Thus quietly,,
calmly and;peacefnlly was the passing
of a long and n-eful life so long identified
with Fairfield County in hei
prosperity and iu her sorrows ai:d
Mr. Elliott was a kind, gentle and
s\ mpathetie man, and full of charity.
His pr.- cticc ?i chat ity was not only in
deed-*, but he was charitable in speech,
and yet firm i:i his convictions with
lite c.Jirage to utter them when wisdom
require : if. Of the highest integrity,
just an i fair in his dealings,
of exemplary christian ch-irac* v .be
fourscore 3cars spr-nt by him in our
community have mule it the better
fhof 1,/% lT-vr-i/l <* TV.Anfr 17-i_
The subjccc of this fketc'a was a sod
of Mr. James Elliott, and a brothor oJ
the late Mr. J. M. Elliott. He was
born in Winnsboro and was in the 81st
year of his age at the time of his
death. In his early manhood, he went
io Charleston, and clerked in ilie mercantile
establishment of a Mr. Gil'iland.
After staying there awhile lie
. rtfn>.-? Wlimchrn-n niul Lt?va:i the
business c.f a tneichant being associated
with Maj. Samuel Baiklcy,
under the firm-name of Barklcy &
Elliott. He afterwards formed a copartnership
with David G. Ruff. Subsequently
he became cashier of the
Planners Bauk of Fairfield, and for
a while was president of that institution.
After leaving the bank, he devoted
his attention to planting, though
he was interested with others in merchandising
in the county.
Mr. Elliott was twice married. His
first wife was Miss Mary McMaster, a
sister of Mr. G. II. McMaster. His
children by this marriage were John
Elliott, who was killed in the war be %
x__ i r. T ~"L _ T> Xflf
tVCefi" tQ?i states, jxirs. uuuu x. Jiar
thews, Mrs. Neil Pressley, Mrs. A. F.
Ruff, and the late Mrs. J. H. Cummings.
His second wife wds Miss
Tirzah Ketchin, daughter ot Rev.
Thomas Ketchin. The following
children ^were barn to this union:
Thomas K. Elliott, Mrs. R. C. Gooding,
Mrs. J. E. McDonald, Mrs. J. P.
^ -?r_ 4 TT T
C'aiciwei:, 3irs. j. it. i>xcii.ipiuu, i-l. jj.
Eiliott. Jr., W. R. Elliott, and Miss
The funeral servicis were held on
Saturday afternoon at the A. R. P.
church, and the large number of people
that at'endcd, inspite of the rain,
testified to the great esteem in which
Mr. Elliott was held by the people of
Winnsboro. The following gentlemen
acted as pall-bearers:
Senior?Gen. John Bratton, Jas. A.
Brice, J. C. Caldwell, A. S. Douglass,
F. Gerig, Samuel Cathcait.
Junior?W. II. Flenniken, J. M.
Beat , J. G. McCaDts, VV. G. Jordm,
T. W. Liuderdale.
A TRIBUTE TO THE MEMORY OF MR.
HEXRY L. ELLIOTT, SR.
Left standing long, that all might see
A work of grace complete,
Then garnered in, when for the sicklc
A sheaf of golden wheat.
"Who once had felt the pressure of thy
And jailed to rccognize
The genial current of the soul respond,
The grasp to emphasize.
XUB pUUX'j liJCli IICCU) 1UJUUV.VITU
Not empty, turned away,
The weak and erring learned to lean
And found a willing stay.
At every hearth thy kindly sympathies
Thou gave with equal zest.
And youth, and age, alike, by wisdom
Revered an honored guest.
The storms all weathered, and the temrtGSfc
Thy stately barque sailed into port at
No hidden rocks he fears, or Ireach'rous
As, from the land, he views the idly
Elis weary limbs dismiss the sturdy
And toils aLd dangers vex his soul no
Iv. P. Flenniken.
Stands at tne ?ieaa.
Aug. J. IBogel. the leading druggist of
Shrevepoit, La , says: "Dr. King's New
Discoyery is the only thing lliat cures my
cough, and it is trie best seller 1 have."
J. F. Campbell,merchant of Safford, Ariz.,
writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery is all
that is claimed for it; it never fails, and is
a sure cure for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds. I cannot say enough for its merits.''
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds is not an experiment.
It lias been tried for a quarter
of a century, and to-day stands at the
head. It never disappoints. Free trial
bottle at SIcMaster Co."s Drug Store. *
Fcr Infants and. Children.
Tlafai- // .
SVSADE SV1E A iVIAISS
fUAX TABLET? POSITIVELY CURE
A Z.L, Nervous xHseases?Failing MecC.-7,
Impotency, Sleeplessness, etc., caused
by Abuso or other Eiceeses and Indiscretions.
They quickly and surely
restore Lo3t Vitality in old or young, and
fit a men for study, business or marriage.
Prevent Insanity tnd Consumption if
10. Their nso shows immediate impro*e|
meat and eCects n CUKE where all other fail Insist
upon bavins <ho pennine Ajas Tablets, They
1? "J tri 11 prtTh YOU. We Rive a pos
itive written ruaranteo to effect a cere El) flT? in
each case or rc?und the money. Price*"# W t Wiper
pic false; or six p'/ckps (full treatment) for $2^0. By
mail, in plain wrapper- cpon receipt of price. Circular
fr06-AJAX REMEDY CO.,
For sale byJNO- n. >Ic>IAST2R CO.,
VFinrr^boro, S, C.
A complete line on hand
at all times.
Write us for Patterns.
J. M. M1MNAUGH & CO.,
Columbia, b. L.
^ovuva vv nu wunw.
prom any conjplaiot peculiar to
1 their sex?such as Profuse, Paiiji
ful. Suppressed or Irregular Mer.:
struation, are soon restored to
i health by
' U <r> ? 1j f O
Qraoaeic s r emaie jxegmaior.
1 It Is a combination of remedial
agents which have been used with
the greatest success for njore than
25 years, aod Known to act speci
fically with and on tfce organs of
1 -<*72} recommended for
ooly. It gever fails
t0 9ivc rclicf a0d
i \LJnLMkd I restore the health
QmSSt J ?f the suffering
/ W I woma,5' It should
JpJfc flWvN? taKeo by tfoe
v07 i l9irl ^ust Adding
WU A <oto womanhood
W tion is Scant, Sup
X* V or Paioful, O0d
all delicate wonjeo should use it,
as its tooic properties baye a wonderful
influence io toeing up and
strengthening the systen> by driving
through tfoe proper channels
"A daughter of one of my cub toners missed
menstruation from exposure and cold, and on
arriving at puberty her health waa completely
wrecked, until she was twenty-four years of
age, when upon my recommendation, she nsed
one bottle ofBrad?eld's Female Segulator.completely
restoring her to health."
v t? . iiorei vauo/i iluoo#
The Bradpicld Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga.
60ld bv" all druggists at 91 per bottle.
You will find in my
stock a fresh supply
J. L. tseaty. |
IS REQUESTED, WHILE WE TEL:
things we have in SPRING (rGODS.
FIRST, is the line of Wash Goods, w!
style Ginghams in good quality; Chamb:
In light weight goods we show immense
Colored Dimities, Organdies, Corded Mi
are only the names, yon must see them t
S COND, your attention
is asked to our Dress
Goods in the new Plaid
effects and Suitings. Etty"VI
UJiiiC JLXJ. uick^n. auK* wivi^i
Black Grenadine; fancy
Linii-g to suit the open
work. Silks for waists in
the new corded patterns. /
Printed Indias and Fou- f
i<aiu.r>. JTXiou Jl laiuo auu Nv?
Laces and embroidery in K
great variety and cheap.
Ilosery, Gloves, Corsets
We would be glad to Agj
have your opinion of the //Mr
goods in this deparimeat.
They are /aj /,
New and Up /T |
to Date,/# f
and we offer with them the ILJ'
best work and most stylish
QUT^T?Q _ New shade of T
0JnL\_/jLl/0?~" and Strap Sandal
Shoes for meu in variety of shapes?-Ii
The attention of gentlemen are also
Negliges Shirts, Neckwear, new style F
/~V/"VTV /^AATNCl A r
<jrUU.L> IrlJUUO A
We want your trade. We will do our
W .4 TV
w w xa x ^
fees* my I
<1 a j s' a
a Palmetto New Or- $
ij leans Molasses and u
? r^'/lAn Drin SvrUD. ^
q. ^-r -j a
y Shredded Cocoa- jj
* nut. I
|] A new lot of Mon- < ]
? brand Salmon Steak j?
j f (extra fine). j j
& Try Vienna Sau- S
2 sage (weiner wurst), jj
Fine Candies a spe- ?
j| cialty. jj
I SPANISH JACKS.
JL JL. XUV V* A ,
j lib hands high, jet black with white
points, good style and action.
medinm size, high-headed and game7
Terms, $8.00 to insure with foal.
(Choice of either.)
W. D. DAVIS,
4-20-lv Monticello, S. C.
Glassware ~ J
If you don't believe
it come and see for
Under Winnsboro Hotel.
L YOU OF SOME OF THE NEW j:|
hich we have in the new styles. 27ew
ray, Percal, Duck, Cotton Ettymine.
! variety. Lappets, Jackonet Duchess,
all, and French novelties. But these o
know how pretty they are.
J ^ "
J \ \ /f'
I ^ \\MEt
'an in lace and button; also Oxfords
!s?all styles for ladies and children,
a tan and black.
requested to our stock of Clothing,
elt and Straw Hats. We sell
r LOW PRICES.
best to please yon.
WELL & RUFF.
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