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Wednesday, July 7, - - - 1S97.
?Read notice of dissolution.
- Read advertisement of South Carolina
?Monday vra-> salesday and there
were a gooa many larmers iq iowb.
?There will be an ice cream festival
at the academy at White Oak on
Friday night, July Oth. The public is
invited to attend.
?Frank Lightner, colored, while
t getting ove<- a fence last Friday night,
fell and broke his leg. lie was trying
to get out of the way of a shotgun.
?Special bargain in Gent's Tau
Shoes, $2.50 Shoe at $2.00; $3.00
Shoe at $2.50. Extra nice, good.
adv Caldwell & RnfF.
?There will be an ice cream supper
at Jenkinsville on July 9th for the
benefit of the ilethodist Church. Ic
will be given by the ladies, and all are
?There will be a picnic in the grove
iq icoaz 01 me unapei, jk uvuiluuu o
ana Milling's X-roads, on Friday,
July Sth. Ice cream will be serve-1
by the Ladies' Society. All are co;
?We call attention to the advertisement
of W. J. Elliott in this issue
pertaining to the repairing of gins.
Mr. Elliott is a practical man in this
line and needs no introduction to the
people of Fairfield County.
?A little child of Mr. and Mrs.
Tennant died at their hocr.e in this
place on Sunday night. The baby
i was about one yhar old. On Monday
> * morning the body was carried to Coacord
Church and interred in the family
?The rain on Sunday was a most
blessed relief after the intense heat of
the past week, and everyone was
grateful for it. The heat last week
T..03 cr>mo+Vii>icr nimSna!. WftdliesdaV
being ihe hottest riav that we have
had iu twelve vear^.
?A little nesrro boy went into McMaster
I'o.'s drag s<ore on Monday
and sfc jlo a gold watch belonging to
Mr. McMaster which was in the
show case. The small thief sold the
waJch for $1.50, but in spite of this
be was caught up with asd was arrested
?A horse belonging to Mr. R. E.
Ellison %s prostrated by the heat on
Friday ^'uile ploughing, aud has been
in a very serious condition ever since.
Every effort ^as made to relieve its
sufferings, ba;. it is feared that it will
not recover. The horse is quite a
valuable one aod would be a great
?The Juue number of the Confederate
Veteran, a asonthly magazine
published in Nashville, Tennessee,
contains a picture of Captain
W. M. D night and a sketch of his
life. Tnif magazine first made its ap
pearance about three years ago, and is
a paper that ail southerners should
?Th2 4iii of jQ;y naving liiien on
Sunday this year, Monday was observed
as r, holiday. The bank and
pe^toffico v; ere closed, but none of the
stores were closet} in honor of the day.
As is usual with them the colored
||||l|jL people celebrated the -ith, bnt in
|IP?^ rather a quiet way. The hook and
ladder company paraded in the after
?Kittie VVeir, the eleven-yesr-oid J
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Barron,
died of appendicitis at the city hospital
in Columbia on Wednesday atternoon.
The little girl was the grand-daughter
of Mrs. Mary C. Riou, of this place
Everyone sympathizes deeply with the
family iu their great sorrow. The
funeral took place on Thursday morning.
?The concert on Friday proved
such a success that the ladies who had
it in charge feel very much encouraged
and have gone to work to prepare for
another entertainment, which will
probably be given this week. Mi?s
Charlotte Allston's physical cultare
class will give an exhibition at the
next entertainment and are drilling
for it almost every afternoon.
?Messrs. Jordan & Davis desire
the public to know that this is the
best opportunity of getting standard
wheels a1, very low prices. Tneprices
of the Hartford and Columbia wheels
have been very mu<:!~. reduce 1. These
wheels are made by the Pope
Manufacturing Company and are
guaranteed free from imperfections.
Read their ad. aad -ee their prices.
?During the storm on Sunday
afternoon the telegraph office at Rockton
was struck by lightning and set
on fire. No one was hart and the fire
was extinguished before much damage
was done. The same afternoon the
tel-?phoi/> wires which connect Mr.
W. (J. Dvsty's store with :h? Wateree
secti'j;t were struck by lightning and
burnt out. A large tree near the
residence of Mr. W. K. Orat-rison was
also struck by lightning during the I
storm on Sunday.
f 6 Til A YED OR S TO LEX.
^ 0;i the night of June OGib, one light
1|||||??* Way ho'-*e a.ule, medium size, sightly
gray in face. Communicate with
adv II. Y.Turner.
Death of Mr. Wylic.
Mr. .Ta-?. T. W)lie, who has been;
iu tailing health for some time, d.ed
at his home near White Oak on Monday.
Mr. W\lie was buried at Waieree
churelj on Wednesday. He leaves
a wife. His family have the sympa
thy of the community.
The Fairfield Students at the South Carolina
The following is a list uf the Fairfield
student? at the South Carolina
College and the marks made by them
on tneir studies:
Miss Ant.'ie F. D^vis, h.'ghly distinguished
in Latin, English and
mathematics; distinguished in Fiencb,
German and hi-tory.
J. W. Brice. distingu:shed in Latin
A. R. Craig, distinguished in Latin
and Greek; proficient in mathematics.
A W "\f aft npw: nrrvfi i?i hie
torv ana chemistry.
Celebrated for its great leavenii g
strength and faealthfulncss. Assures
the food against alam and all forms of
adulteration common to the cheap
ROYAL liAKIXO POWDER CO ,
Mr. M. H. Moblev is here 011 a visit
to his family.
Mr. W. O.Douglass went to White
Oak Monday on business.
Miss Mary Stevenson has gone to
Rock Hill to visit relatives.
Mr. A. F. Ruff, of Rock Hill, was
in town Monday on business.
"Vftc-c Xfaytr 7<! MrAfftsfp.r rpturnfid on
Monday from Plymouth, N. C.
Miss Bessie Qaattlebaum, after visiting
relatives in Ridge Spring, returned
home on Thursday.
?Mr. Russell, who has been visiting
Capt. and Mrs. T. J. Cureton, has
returned to Charlotie.
Miss Maggie Stevenson returned
from "Rock Hill on Thursday accompanied
by Miss May Sadler.
R. B. Hannahan, ci John's Island, j
is spending the summer with his
grandmother, Mrs. A. I). Ua.;ahan. I
Miss Annie F. Davis has returned j
home from Columbia where *he ha3
been attending the South Carolina
Rev. and Mrs. T. D. Bra'ton returned
to Spaitanburg on Friday alter
a visit of two weeks to U-ipt ami Mrs.
C. S. D wight.
Messrs. A. S. Douglass, R. II. Jennings,
W. C. Beaty anil the other
veterans who attended th: reunion t>t
Nashville have returned home.
Cadet B. F. Boulware returned
home Thursday from the South Caroliua
Military* Academy to spend his
Woiuon of Note
Always endeavor to have vigorous intellects.
Sickly women never amount
to much in theworkl of letters, indus
? ? ? - ^ ? -- - A r>?. /%M/\ "Pi
try, or us irjuscKccpeid* ?/uii c . ?
your vitality run down if you want to
make your mark in the world. Dr.
Bellamy's Go?syp"um is your best
friend. It regulates and builds up
after ail else has filled. $lperboltle
by druggets, or sond to ihe Bellamy
Mfg. Co., Box 199, Atlanta, Ga. *
SEWS FROM EOCKTOX.
This scction was vi;ited by a heavy
rain on the 38ih nit. The crops and
gardens were beginning to need rain
"We are having some ripe peaches
here, I think we will be able to compete
with the Georgia nurseries yet.
Our town'was considerably stirred
up last week by f-omc charming visitors.
Miss Lottie lUbb spent part of 1 ist
week with her sister, Mr3. Gadsden.
Misses Earline Williams and Genie
Anderson have been visiting Mrs.
F. M. Gadsden.
Mrs. Amos Davis, of Monticello,
spent some time with her sister Mrs.
Mr. John Davis left Sunday morning
011 his bicycle for Monticello to
visit his parents.
July 1, 1897. Correspondent.
FOR PRESIDENT OF CLEMSOX.
3fr. Editor: I am glad t) see that
Col. J. S. Newman, of Atlanta, Gi, is
a candidate for the presidency of Ciemson
College. Col. Newmaa is a man
of high intellect, and who is well qualified
for the position. He b *ing a tl i-s
agriculturist makeB him b -t er suited
for the position than any otii^r man of
Clemson being an agricultural c>'.lege
should have a man well versed in
agriculture at its head; and I trust the
good people of Soutii Carolina will
use their influence for the election of
said candidate, Col. J. S. Newman,
a former professor of agriculture in
Clemson, and who needs nD further
introduction to the citizens of South
FLIXT KILL AFFAIRS.
The third Sunday in Juie was
f ?!/3 A ? \ o t T> ?r> 1 o r* Qnrinork
V/LiitlUiwii O UV JL. V^'UL </' * u^s'
Baptist Church, and we think your
readers ought to know how well the
children acquired themselves. We
can truly say that the exercises were
a success throughout. A gentleman
who had attended several like occasions
recently said our children did
the best of (hem all. That made me
glad, as this was the Gr?t effort of our
it??"J ? o_i i i..,? Af
ouuu&y tu ijavu \ji
the kind. JKev. Jubn P. Iseuhower
was the speaker for the day and made
& good address. The h nise was filled
wiih interested listeners an 1 the day
will be long and, we hop* profitably,
me crop prospect is lair iu mis
The health of the community is also
good, with few exceptions. Mrs.
Thos. E. Smith has not been well for
several months. She i- visiting among
her relatives and the hope and wish
of all ber mwy friends is tbat she
may be improved by the clunge.
July 1,1S9G. _ k.
"WliHt It Means.
When we advertise that we will guarantee
Dr. King's -vew Discovery, Electric
Hitters. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, or Dr.
King's New L:fe Pills, it means that we
I are 'authorized by the proprietors to seli
these remedies oh a positive 'guarantee,
that if purchaser is not satisfied with resuits,
we will refund the purchase price.
Those medieinas hare b--en sold on this
guarantee for many ye.'.rs and there coulc
be no mors conclusive pvidencs of tiieii
great meiit Ask about them and give
them a trial. Sojrt at Mcif aster Co.'s l>ru*
ii iiiniiiw ii jw "g-matrmimvt n i hi?ctjc
FAIKFIELr - r -.l MNI R?_ j
At the meciiii^ of tbe alumni ociatbn
of the South Carolina Coilc^e
Dr. A. N. Taliey, J he president being
abseni on aosoin? cf .-ickne-jf, Mr.
Jas. G. McCants, first vice-president,
presided; subsequentl;. he was elected
A congratulatory message was scut
to Cupi. Thos. M. Ly:? > , of Fairfield,
the only survivor of ihc ci ts:; of r.l.
'I h?c w<)C Alitor, -it tli/> it. r*f P.-of I
Davis who i xplaiufil ttiut ('apt. Lyles
became enirng. d to M-s. Lyles while
she was a student ai liarliamviilo
school, ("apt. h) it s has led a quiet
life ou his plantation, bat in his quiet,
retiring wav, he h . always exerted
an influence for good ant- .irfiuld has
no more highly respccted citizen, for
genuine worth and integrity of
().:e tf the t>loa*anfc?t features of
the aluon.i meeting was.the reunion of
the class of ?S7. Fairfield famished
two members of this class. Mr. I. L.
Withers, now of Columbia, and Mr.
W. D. Douglass of Winnsboro. The
class < ovists of twenty, and one half
weie present. This class originated
iho class-day cxercise feature of commercemcnf
week and Mr. Withers
has beeu i-> president. Mr. W. D.
Dong' iss \\ ns historian of the c'a:s
when it w s graduated, ten \ears
ago. L ?va decided to continue this]
cffice so thai a history of the c'ass
may be written from time to time.
Faiilield was well represented at J
the alumni reunion, Messrs. l'reston
Rion, J. G- McCants, G. II. McMaiter,
W. D. Douglass, T. E. Dowling and
S. D. Dunn being present.
Incontinence of water during sleep
is stopped immediat3ly by Dr. Detchoil's
Anti Diuret'c. Cures children
and adults alike. Price 81. Sold by
>V . ?1j. n Hiiicyvi V;
s. c *
THE CONCERT AT JIT. ZION'.
The eiiicrtainment at Mi. Z on on
Thursday evening was in every particular
a succe-s. The musical talent
oi our town wa- out in full forcc, and
the program rendered was an unusually
a1 tractive 0113.
Mrs. W. II. Flcuniketi, wluse musical
attainments are well know;1, and
thoroughly anprccia:cd;in Winnsboro,
delighted the audience with an instrumental
solo. Miss Susie Kelchin's
vocal solo, "My Star", was charmingly
Miss Martha Dwight [playtd one of
Ilaydu's Sonatas with rare delicacy of I
touch and execution
ATiee ( Mi ?iv!.\f tn A'l>.+.^?l'a VHlff* is ft'-I
aUICC vw?* A A * i ? u , w? ? v.vw - - ,
ways popular in Winusboro, and her i
singing of "The Garden of Sleep" j
was much enjoyed.
Miss Ella JDoty's vocal selection was
received by the audience with much
Messrs John L. Beaty and Marvin
Gladden fyra a great musical combination.
Both of them have unusual
talent, and their guitar and harmonica
duets were loudly applauded.
Mr. Longs'reet Gantt never fails t<?
sc -re a hit when he sings his sidesplitting
co.nic songs, and bis success
on this occasion wa-, as usual, pronounced.
Miss Allston read with much o
pres-ion a selection by James Whitcomb.
Mr. Frank ii. Warren, of Buffalo,!
N. Y., very kindly consented to contribute
to the evening's entertainment,
and he simply took the audicnce bystorm.
His feats of legerdemain, his
descriptive mns;c and comic songs
convulsed the audience and he wn repeatedly
encored. Mr. Warren is
probably the most versatile amueur
genius whon we have ever had the
pleasure of seeing. Nature has been
most lavish in her gifts to him lihc
has bestowed upon him to a remarkable
degree the faculty of entertaining.
It is sincerely >hoped that the people
of "Winnsboro have formed an acquaintance
with him which will be renewed
in the near future.
; The ladies in charge of the entcrtaini
ment desire to extend, their thanks to
I those wlin contributed to the success
| of the entertainment.
i TLe proceeds of ih: concert vill be
j divided between the Episcopal Church
and Mt. Zion Institute.
Iron on human, mange on hot so?,
dogs and al! sfock, cared in 30 minutes
by Woolfurd's Sanitary Lotion. This
never f'ai's. cold by W E. Aiken,
druggist, Winns-boro, S. C.
News from Strother scarce. Hot
weather is the cry. A re'reahing
shower fell yesterday.
VTrc If \f o/iifninltf hfl> S,
Miss Lucrctia Macon Las been qnite
ill, but is improving.
Mrs. J. J3. Frazler and little daughter
Marion is visiting Mrs. Frazicr's
c!c(or Mrs .T.^o Tnpnr "Pnmnvi;!.
Micses Iva Clowney and Eila Suber
returned home Wednesday from a delightful
trip to Buckhead. Miss Geneva
Fee, one of Buckhead's fairest flowers,
returned with them.
Picnics are numerous. We learn
there will be one soon at Mrs. C.
There was a barbecue at Pomaria
July 3rd. Among the crowd Fairfield
was well represented. Misses Iva
Clowney, Geneva Fee, and Minnie
and Ella Suber went from S:rotficr.
They report bavi- g a time.
Mrs. II. F. Milam is visiting her
mother, Mrs. M. A. Offings.
With best wishes for The Xev.*s axd
J Herald, n
j Julyo, 1S97.
i i uiiumiiuuui!
. ' ikjg akd its curb
the Editor -I have an absolute
: | remedy for Consumption. By its timely us?
. | thousands of hopeless cases have been already
, i permanently cured. So proof-positive am !
j of its power that I consider it my duty to
; j send i'xo boiiles free to those of jrour readers
[ j <vho have Consumption,Throat, Bronchial or
!;! Lung Trouble, if they will write me their
; | express and postofnee address. Sincerely,
; 1 X.'a. SLOCTJM, Vi. C., 183 Pearl St., Sew York.
' SS- The Editorial and Easiness Management of
this P6s?er (Guarantee tMs geaeroas Pro^ositioa.
iwii? nrifiiBiiaiiiifiiinrHiWT i r i Timi
Are as peculiar as
unavoidable; and jjlllr
cannot be discussed
or treated as we
do those to which
the entire human
family are subject, f '
Menstruation sus- if'WflBpyvv >,,
tains such important
relations to her i|?|/ d |
health, that when^o^j jj
Suppressed, Irregu- f Ipjil ,f- 1\
lar or Painful, Mj'| tri; |\
she soon becomes MJ||1 \
and irritable, the bloom leaves her
cheek- and very grave complications
arise unless Regularity and
Vigor are restored to these organs.
Ty ? most noted
Jn emale physicians
^ of the South,
sort prevail more extensively than
in any other section, and has never
failed to correct disordered Menstruation.
It restores health and
strength to the suffering woman.
"Wo have tor tie past thirty years handled
Bradfield's Female Regulator, both at wholesale
and retail, and in no instance has it failed
to give satisfaction. We sell more of it than all
other similar remedies combined."
Lamar, Raskin & Lamas,
Atlanta, Macon and Albany, Ga.
The Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Sold by a!l Druggists at SI.OC pev Bottle.
Cly the wood is evident! on a hooai,
os if fnl.-ne lire, vannvfarc Irs cnild 111 (lir?
UO IK I ?? V, rw V~. - .v, -v.. news.
If oar tov.*n continues to grow,
I fU^GSt", Mr Editor, that yon add a
snppliiuent i;> v ur valuable paper for
our spocial u??. Taffy is gene/ally
plentiful at a'l p'accs and \cry much
i;:ij->vcd by the majority of people, so
we were not surprised to find Blythc;vcoO
hud Ji r sh:;re, aiul trust that
the citi:?e>is will cij >y ii more than
they do "Sv. Cl-i Pea*."
Mr. Wats ?n, the b. bved pastor of
Snn.iy Level, liikil his regular appointment
inmdiy. The services
were very interesting both morniug
Mr. E. E. Taniipiced filled the palpit
a'. tl;e Methodist Church Sunday
afternoon, lie believes in punctuality
in all thi::g> except one-ask him
wha". it is,
A certain widower, who is an hono
mry momb-T of the Woman's Missionary
Society, has been very liberal
in h's <nft> ol* laie. You had bet er
waich him, ladies, he has "an axe to
Wc arc glad t-j report that the many
members of the "Sand racking Association"
are still faithful to their occapa:ion.
We hope that this hot
and dry weather which .is so favorable
for sno.h. liibor, -will encourage
them in their grand and noble work.
The nilroad company has recently
pAn?infn.-l tlifv font And nnmn-house
and made some repairs about the
lily the wood is certainiy an attractive
place for night operators. Another
! new one, Mr. Harris, of Ilonea Path,
I arrived Sunday, making the fourth
one that has already been here this
Since blackberries have ripened the
''pickaninnies'-' have been tarred and
turned loose to make their own living.
Mr. Ilobt. Macon, of Columbia,
.?pent Sunday in the city.
We are sorry to say that Mr.
Thompson Eutzminger has been in
disposed for several days, and we
hope that lie will soon be up again.
We were pleased to see lhat the
quarry "nine'' are going to play
against Savannah, and feel sure ihey
will leare the ground victors. When
they return, Blythewood will tender
them a special invitation to some down
j and?be whipped.
The next time Chief of Police II. L.
Blake has a contract for a summer
suit lo let our enterprising merchant,
J. W. B'ain, wi'l be glad to fill it.
July 2, '97. Sweet Pea-;.
2Ial:cf in Six Hours.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder disease
relieved in six hours by 4<>Tew
Great South American "Kidney
Cure.': It is a great surprise on account
of its exceeding promptness in
relieving pain the bladder, kidneys
and back, in male or female. Relieves
retention almost almost immediately.
If you want quick relief and cure t'us
this is the remedy. Sold by W. E.
Aiken, druggirt, Wintieboro, S. C. *
I PI'KR LOXCTOWN NEWS.
V.'c farmers are having a haul tug
i of ii now figliiing "General Green."
The general is pretty hard to conquer
Ibis \ ear; indeed he seems (o bo giving
a= as much (rouble as General
Grccu of revolutionary fame used to
give Lord Cornwall!?. If we can hold
out for a week or so longer thou rh we
i will hare the gentleman conquered for
Upland corn is looking well, generally
speaking; in some instances it is
very fine. Most of it Las been laid by.
If we can get a good rain in the
course of aweik the corn crop will be
safe. It is now tasseling and silking
Cotton lias commenccd to grow
rapidly sincc the nights have become
so warm. liisnow fall of squares;
a good many b.'ooms also noted; some
of it pretty grassy, but a few more
sunshiny clays wKi insure i:s destruction.
Our far ers will in all probability
commence'to lay !:y their cotton
A srreat manv sweet potato slips
have been ani arc still being set our,
The vines arc now r ly to trim unci
set out. The farmers seem (o be
iakiriir more interest in this indiv
pcnsiblc crop tijis year I linn is u-u.-Jh
the c \j'c.
Gardes doing well. Vegeudd . ? ? !
all kinds in abundance. OXraan l ;omatoc:.
now ready for n:c. Bcans;
sqaa?i:.es and cucumbers plentiful.
Watermelons doing well; some comI
rk-i.tf/iitirr fA itvn* TT-I I! Viat?n FY*rc
j for the Fourth this year though.
Fruit not so plentiful as we olc
, time expected it would be. The heavy
winds we've been having lately have
I been very destructive to the orchards:
, a good many of the trees, peach eS'
pccially, were blown down by th<
heavy wind last week.
Blackberries ami huckleberries art
Mr. D. Elliott Mcllichamp, aftei
spending some time at home, left ua^rain
for Monticello, at which place k:
will teach in a private family. "
Mr. Will Carter.of Columbia, wh(
I ?i it r ?
has been speeding a few days in
Long town j lias returned home.
Miss Li!a Stewart, of Greenbrier, is
visiting her numerous relatives and
friends in Longtown.
Miss Emmie Meliichamp, of Columbia,
is. spending some time among
relatives and friends in this section.
Miss Lutie Durham, of Durham's, is
visiting relatives and friends here.
Cadet Jiobt. Reeves, of Clemsoo,
came home last week on account of
fever among the students.
Miss Ella Seabrook, win his b;c-n
visiiirg in Longtown, has relumed
Misses Annie um<I May ^ea^rook are
visiting in. Loiigtown.
Miss McEachern, of Jiidgeway, who
has been visiting Miss Ama Harrison,
Mr. L. T. Wild*, of Columbia, who
has been up looking aftci his business
interest in Longtown, has returned
MissBcckie Cunningham, of Liberty
llill, is visiting in Longtown, the
guest of Miss Ama Harrison.
Messrs. J. D. Harrison and Tiios.
Rains, who attended the reunion of
the U. U. A', at Nashville, have returned.
They report a pleasant irip.
This is 2. very hot diy.
July 2, 1807." * e. ii. d.
Dr. King's Xc.v Discovery for Consumption
This is the host medicine in the world
fo all forms of Coughs mid Colds and for
Consumption. Every bottle is gkaranteed.
It will cure, and not disappoint. It has no
cqdal for "Whooping Cou^li, Asthma, Hay
Fever, Pneumonia, Bronchitis, La Grippe",
Cold in the Head and for Consumption.
It is safe for ail ages, plersant to take,
and, above all, a sure cure. It is always
well to take Dr. King's New Life Tills in
connection with Dr. King's New Discovery,
as they regulate atul tone tho stomach
and bowels. We guaranteo perfect satis
friction or return money. Free trial bottles
at McMasler Co.'s Drugstore. Regular
sixe 50 cents and Si.CO.
TIMES HAVE CHANGED.
IT >w times have changed! When
the Alliance proposed tlu sub treasury
as a means ot controlling the price of
cotton by lending money on warehouse
certificates up to 76 per cent of the
value, the notes loaned to be destroyed
when liquidation occurred, miDd jou,
Senator Tillman denounced this as
"* " -T iL. V
"paternalism ran mau." n uie s?utreasury
was "paternalism run mad,"
how would you classify Tillman's
bounty proposition? But this is no
bigger flop than for a democrat to endorse
the doctrine of protection.?
The strength which conies to us from
eating nourishing food is better than
stimulation, because il is neic strength.
The health which belongs to a strong
body, well nourished by proper food
(properly digested), is the Only health
i Li at, xo iuoi. i /i'j?
The difference between Shaker Digestive
Cordial and other medicines is
simp ly that it helps nature to make
strength. It does not profess to cure
sicknrs.', except as that sickness is a
result of weakness caused by food not
Shaker Digestive Cordial will relieve
the pangs of indigestion, and make
thin, sick, weak people as well as if
their stomachs had never been out of
It is a srcutle aid to tin digestion of
nature's strength-maker, food.
At druggists. Trial bottle, 10 cents. *
THE HOUSELESS CARRIAGE.
The horseless carriage, the motor
cycle or the moior car, does not seem
to have caught on. There is evidently
an element of we'ght, expense or in
efficiency that has thus far made it a
failnre. Here and there a few may be
in u-e as curiosities or as luxuries in
;he possession of tbe rich, but as a
practical road machine the horseless
carriage must still rank with the flying
About a j ear or so ago an enterprising
Chicago newspaper offered a
valuable prize for the successful competitor
in a road race between different
horseless carriages, but though the
event came off, the boom for horseless
carriages which was expected to follow
did not materialize. Eren greater
failure seems to have resulted in England.
Over a year ago the engineer of
London offered a prize of $5,500 for
the successful competitor in a horseless
< iu riage race. Motor Gars they
call tnem in Englynd. The date for
the race arrived some days ago, but
there were only five entries, and after
the judges looked them over tney declared
that none of them measured up
to the requirements of the Engineer's
proclamation, so the race was not run.
The bicycle is the only horseless carriage
that seems to have made any
headway, and the performances by
recent race riders indicate that an expert
bicytle rider can run the legs off
the .best horse that was ever bred,
when it comcs to long distance work.
The performance of the young Welch
rider, Michael, in going fifteen mi!es
in about 29-3 ^minutes shows possibilities
that no horse could equal.? J?qusta
xo curk-no pay.
This is the way ail druggists sell
Grove's Tasetless Chill Toxic for
Chills and Malaria. It is simply Iron
and Quinine in"a tasteless form. Children
love it. Adults prefer it to bitter
nauseating tonics. Price, 50c.
Miss Love Jones, daughter of the
late Col. C. B. Jones, and Mr. W. P
McCullongh, of Chester county, were
married last Wednesday at the bride'?
home in this county, the Rev. Geo. C
Leonard official ir* sr. The attendant*
were as folk>v- :
Miss K'!!! -J -nos wnh Mr. Wm. Stol
of FairtL-iiJ; Miss Liiy Adams will
Mr. A. D. Jones; Miss Be=sie Masse}
pfith Mr. W. A. CuretOo, and Mis:
r.i-flun Trirh Mr A. T?po.khn.m.
After partaking of a superb wedding
feast the bridal party left for the hom(
of the groom in Chester county.
The bride was one of Lauccstoi
county's most estimable and populii
young ladies.?L<picaster llcview.
A FRICANA tt.11 cure Rheumatism and
! Scrofula to Stay Cured.
: 'fl *"Gb/$??&l 3.
For Infants and Ciiildren.
' South Carolina Hilary Academy
The following Beneficiary Vacancies ex
ist in this Academy: Beaufort 2, Williams
burg 1, ?4 iken l, Orancebur^ I. Sumter 1
Union 1, Oconee l, Berkeley '2, airfield ]
Those desiring to compote will appl
> promptly to the Chairman of the Board o
Visitors at 'Barnwell, S C., f^-r in forma
?r,.5 ^ /w.-. Alt l.lflnt
* properly made out* must be filed with th
?j Chairman before August l, when the Boar
z\ will convene to pass upon the same.
51 7 r> 2t Chairman Board of Visitors.
Cure AH |
liver Ills. I
Twenty Years Proof.
Tutt's Liver Pills keep the bowels
in natural motion and cleanse
the system of all impurities An
absolute cure for sick headache,
dyspepsia, sour stomach, constipation
and kindred diseases,
"f an'f rfa without them" i
| R. P. Smith, Chilesburg", Va.
writes I don't know how I could
do without them. I have had
Liver disease for over twenty
years. Am now entirely cured.
Tutt's Liver Pills
Fh iioTmiBim DFrrriD
t\ Din/It I irtli DlllllJi
; i) THE YOUNG LADY RECEIVING
TIIE niGIIEST NUMBER OF VOTES
A Hartford, 1S97 ModeL Will be Given.
A Chan e to Make Somebody Happy.
Cut this coupon, write th; name of
a your# lady on it, and send to The
News and Herald:
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To the young lady receiving the
highest number of votes, The News
and Herald will give a 1897 Hartford,
manufactured by the Pope Mfg Co.,
the famous bicycle makers. This
wheel will be equipped with the Christy
saddle, Hartford single tube tires, and
is in every way a handsome wheel. It
cannot be bought for less than $75.
The contest will closc at 7 o'clock p. m.
July lGch. The conditions are: The
votes must be on coupons cut from
this paper, and the youBg lady must
belong to the Caucasian race.
After a young lady's name has apneared
in three issues,* it will positively
nor be takeu oaf, and it is hoped that
everybody concerned will take notice
Miss Mamie Ellison 1,505
Miss Lou Eglcston 743
Miss Alice McMaster 634
Miss Esther Jennings ... 102
Miss Ada Cureion 23
Miss Emilv Obear, 7
Miss Carrie Elliott 4
For Over Fifty Years.
Mrs. Wixslow's Soothing Syrup
has been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
If soothes the child, softens the gnms,
allavs all nain, cares wind colic, and is
the best reu.edy for diarrhan. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately.
Sold by drr./gists in every
part of the world. Twenty-five cents
a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs
Winslow's Soothirg S>rup," and take
no other kind. ~ o 26fxly
A FRICANA vili cure Constipation and
a wonderful Liver Medicine. TrvJt
MADE ME A MAN
AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CUEE
MAZiZ,y<rr74ou3 Disea*e??Failing Memory,
Impotency, Sleeplessness, etc., caused
by Abcujo or other JSicesses end Indiscretions.
They quickly and surely
restore Lost Vitality in old or yonnp. and
fit a roan for ^tady, business or marriage,
i'xevent Insanity and Consumption if
... Their use shows immediate improvement
and effects a CUKE where all other fail Insist
upon having vhe cennine Ajar Tablets. They
have cared thousendsaud willcnreyoa. We civo a positive
written guarantee to offset a cure Eft ia
cach caso or refund the money. Price w Wlwi per
pr.cimse; or six pkces (full treatment! for $2.GO. By
' xnil, ia plain wrapper, upon recoipt of price. Circular
-^-AJAX REMEDY CO., 73c^rn^
for salo by'jNO. II. McMASTEK CO.,
"Wirm?boro, S. C.
5 THE FIRM. OB' CALDWiiLL &
; FLENN1KEN is ihi- day dissolved by
5 mutual consent. The undersigued
, continues ihe business at the old stand.
1 Winnsb ro, S. C., July 1, 1897.
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1 *111*0 Blood is essential
to good health. Thousands
suffer with impure
blood. Thousands who
are afflicted could be
cured by taking Africana
the only positive
Africana cures Rheumatism of long
Afriaana cures Scrofula.
Africaua cures Old Soras.
Africaua cure* Syphilis.
Africaua cures Constipation.
Africaua cures Exzenia.
Africana cures Catarrh.
? Africana cures all Blood and S'.:in
.1 trial will convince you of its merits.
Sold by DRUGGISTS.
All persons indebted to the estate ol
y Henry L.Elliott, deceased, are tereby
f 4 y-v n.?r*vianf rt r* /I ell r\Or.
* IIUWULCU IU ma&u l'**) 1 ucuij auu aii y*,*.
sons holding claims against said estate
5 will present the same, duly attested, to
liENRY L. ELLIOTT,
Admr. with Will Annexed.
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OF CHIC A
In addition to our complel
CLOTHING, we have secured
and can have you Suits and Pai
at reasonable prices. f
1 rm ^ *"* *nB>| ^ <rT> . ;
Read This, l
L For Flatulent i?7' *S .^ep^gL |(
^ Nausea,Conghs,^*'?^^\^j&A P M
r Cholera Infantum,Teeth'^^^5^ N
pi Ing CbSdren, C & o 1 e r a ^gHe|iajt H
^ Morbus, Unnatural Drains
b| JTOIH xae SOW??, r<uu?, mi.no nu? H
L Griping, Loss of Appetite, Indigestion, L
r and an Diseases of the Stomach and I<
?' Bowels, H
g Pitt's Carmieative 8
m is the standard. It carries children over H
m the critical period of teething, and is recr
ommended by physicians as the friend
3| of Mothers, Adulfcs and Children. It is
m pleasant to the taste, and never fails to
n give satisfaction. A few doses will demon- "
Pf str&te its superlative virtues. Price, 25 cts. i
m per bottle. For sale by druggists. ^
A Word ii Sea.
For the next 60 days
only I will be situated
so that I can repair
Gins at the old stand.
Those desiring repairs
bring their gins without
va 2 v c pvn^npnrp
jr >- ? - - ^ ?-r
W. J. ELLIOTT.
Tie OPTICIAN, of Chester, S. C,
Will make his second visit to
Winnsboro, S. C.} on Jaly 6l1i
and will remain three days
Those who desire to consult
T> ji. 4.U*;*
iv. -Di'auut uuui;ciuiu? mcii
eyes will do well to come aa
early as possible.
Spectacles ai Eye-Glasses.
Eyes tested and fiitcd in the
; most scientific manner with the
finest Optical Lenses from $2
in neat nickel frames to $10 in
the finest and heaviest gold
frames. Lighler frames cost
OppO R. BRANDT,
IM Is Optician.
11 ILIUJJU lLUii U UJUU.
97 Columbia Bicycle,
I '97 Hartford Bicycle,
I'90-7 Hartford Ladies' ^irj
Bicycle, $4 0
'96-7 Hartford Men's
Christy Saddles, $1.00 extra.
Either Single or Double
Tube Tires furnished.
| This is your chance to get a
| No. 1 wheel at "cheap wheel"
Remember these wheels are
j made by the Pope Mfg. Co.
| and are guaranteed standard
j and free from imperfections.
J orcian & Davis,
You will find in 'my
stock a fresh supply
- CANNED CORN
; FRESH CHEESE
J. L. Beaty.
5 FOR *?
e stock of READY MADE
the agency for
its made to order in all styles
liuu/u^uwi UUJLJJ i x'
Come and try our
IBS, F, i. IH. |
Why Have Chills When i
You Can Stop Them
for 50c. with
iiORfitS'S CHILL CDRlJI -i
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR BIS- ? TILLED
WITCH HASEL?2 kC
_ T r\rw
ilU U JiUijU iA, x W v
TOILET SOAPS TOO NUMEROUS
TO MENTION. |
* .'.' <2?
If you want something
nice in STATIONERY
give ns a call and we
will convince you.
If you get warm come and we can
give you as nice cold drink as yon can
get anywhere ia the State.
T, F- Davis & Co, How
Ssasonalile Articles ?
-? + ?.
Celluloid Starch, Tan
and Ox-blood Shoe Polish,
Baker's and Sweet Chocolate
A variety of Flavoring
Tr^ Of am Saucers.
Ice Tubs, Berry Dishes,
Glass Pitchers and Goblets.
Fruit Jars and ?
Sr.io a bushel.
For the above
1 T /-N 4 ? 1 ) Y\ knn/7
JL ouii nave un uauu
EIGHT YOUNG MULES;
ALSO A COUPLE OF
GOOD BROOD MARES,
TWO GOOD SADDLE
AND HARNESS HORSES,
AND A FEW PLUG
I will sell thern cheap for cash or on
good paper until ftll; or 1 will exchange
any of them for broken down
I have a few Milcb Cows which I
will exchange for dry cattle.
WINNSBORO, - - - S.C.