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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE
Wednesday, April 2(>, - - 1899
LOCAL CJEIEFS.
?Head report of the Sank of Ridge-way.
?Sealed biJs r<*ir or market,
etc. Read-aclver.i^Jiiv:?.*.
?M?? .Tim with Mr.
Q. D. Williford and wii; be glad to
see bis friend?.
?The name of Miss Marie McCants
was accidentally ;zii off.of the honoi
|?K roll of Alt. Zij:i lor lasl month.
Pneumonia, la grippe, coughs, colds,
crop aod wlnoping congti readily
yield 10 0:.u Mixm'e Cou^h Care.
Use thib remedy in time and save a
doctor's bM?or ibe nndcrtaker's.
McMa-ier Co.
?Mr. ilrs. 21. '15. Hefo are
moving in:o the house formerly ceca^
pied uy the family of Mr. K, T.
?Siiv;vati!ia ".or sale, by John H.
McMat'.er & Co. it a harmless and <jclightfu!
preparation lor the skin. Go
to theui for it cr rifg 'p'uone S9.
?M.ssE. (jr. D.7igh% 5-pon^or for
Camp Kainsi U. C. Y.f ha* chosen
Hiss Ada Caretou to be her maid-ofhoaor
-it ;ue reunion in Charleston.
Don't think you. can care that slight
attack :>f Dyspepsia by dieting, or that
it will cure itseif. Kcdol Dyspepsia
Care -will cure it; it "digests what
you esv atu reswres . tuc
organs to health. McMaster Co.
?Millinery, pattern hat?, latest
sailor's trimmed and untrimmed hats
in variety, with a miliioer fully posted
in styles, etc., and prices to suit the
L times. I wait your' tracer*
Mrs. Boag.
?An ordinance relating to dogs is
published to:day and will be strictly
enforced, so that owners ol dogs had
- / better invest in mazzles if they wish
to keep their dogs, or avoid paying a
fine.
Mrs. J. D. McCarley's millinery
is handsome and entirely up-to-date,
and her stock is larger this year than
ever before. She has an experienced
milliner and their work is sure to
plsa3e. Call and see their hats. Read
her advertisement.
?The steamship Havana, carrying
eight companies of the Third Engineers,
arrived at Savanah Monday.
y- These men went to Atlanta where the
regiment is to be mustered out of
3Ci VUMI V V v? ?
stationed at Cien/uegos, Cuba.
Some of the results of neglected
dyspeptic conditions of- the stomach'
are cancer, consumption, heart disease,
and epilepsy.- Xodol Dyspepsia Cure
prevents ail this by effecting a 'quick
cure in all cases of ayspepsia.
Mcilaster Co.
?The veterans may expect a good
time in Charleston. This city knows
how to entertain, and she will da her
_ best for the old soldiers. Fairfield,
we have no doubt, will be/well '-rep*
resented. Nearly' every Confederate
in the county says that he expects to
go down.
?The vestibule trains which have
Deen running muring iuc nwiti
lor the benefit of tourists have been
discontinued. There has been a.great
deal of travel from the north to
Elorida this winter but now that
warmer weather is here, there is no;.
longer any need for these trains.
| ?Re-dy-made waists fcr women
f and caildren can be had at Q. D.
Wills f'nna aoT7?r>or mrtph TOTirlc.'"
:i uuiviu v?..vuu^ JU/I ?? ?
These waists are at all prices and are
| jast waat are needed for spring and^
1 summer. A handsome iine of skirt'
mater-als can also be fouuu at this
k store. See and Ue convinced.
' ?The town council is having more
tile p^pes placed on Main street, in
plac? of the unsightly wooden bridges
which have done duty for so long.
This council will have the .sincere
gratitude of the town for ihe improve
mcnts tbat have heea male oa the
streets during their administration.
?Tha marriage of Miss Louise
Pressley, daughter of Mr. D. A. Piessley,
to Key. William Hayne Mills,
took place in the First Presbyterian
Church in Golumbia on Tuesday afternoon.
The groom has charge of a
church in Forestoc, Clarendon County,
and after the ceremony the bride
and groom took the train fer their
future home.
?A large crowd met the northbound
train on Wednesday afternoon,
as it was the first train to stop at the
new passenger depot. The building
ot this depot has excited the greatest
interest among the people ot the town
and when it was ready for use they
manifested their pleasure by crowding
to meet the train. Every afternoon
now there are a number of peo *11
A Itaat VOTll? VH?AK(%K]T7
? tuc ucpyij uui iiiio v?iii jjLwauij
coctinneljTJty- until the novelty of the
new station wears off.
?Has anyone here noticed anything
peculiar ia the appearance of the
moon? The Greenwood Index says
that a number of people in that city
have noticed that the moon looks as
if it is np side down, and some of
>>om tViiNir 't ? cio-n snmefhill?'
out of the ordinary is 'going to occur.
Some of tbe old men of Greenwood
say'that we had a moon like this in
ISol but nothing startling resulted.
By allowing the accumulations in
the boweis to remain, tbe entire system
is poison-: d. De Witt's Little
Early Risers-regulate tbe bowels.
Try them and you will always use
them. McMasterCo.
?Tee city oi Cbariotte is in quite a
state of cxcitemcnt over a case of
smallpox in that city. A drummer
stopping at o.:e of the boarding houses
wa? taken si-. k and it soon discovered
that his malady wa- smallpox.
As S'-on as it was possible the sick
man was removed to an isolated place
and everv precaution was used to prevent
the spread of the disease. Xo
other case Ins developed yet, and
S3 ranch care Uns oeeu taken to prevent
the disease ?roui spreading ihat
it is : ot probable a:>v other ca^es will j
develop.
Uucklon'ji Arnica Salve.
Thj LJest S?!vy in the rcorld for Cuts,
iSrui^s ^ore-. Ulcers, Sa:t Rhc^m,
Feve cores Tetter. * napped llsnds.
('hjtioiair-s, ."?-rpjs, ar.-i a'i Ski;'. Erup-'
indpc -uivciy cnres piies, or no
pay require-It is jmaranteed toar^ve
perfect satisf icfion, or money refunded.
Fvice 25 oeu^ per oux. ;\r sve
by ilcilaster Co.
*
O?OCT?M? g IUH WSBB1??
CStOTP
leathers, wnen your cmiaren are attacked
by the dreadful croup, you
need not despair; Dr. Jehu W. Bull's
Cough Syrup will relieve and cure
this disease at once. Yo i can always
depend on this marvelous remedy; it
never fails to cure. For -whoopingcough
and measle-cough it is the best
remedy in the land. Children lifee it.
Dr.Bull's
Hough Syrap
Will cure Croup without fail.
Doses are small and pleasant t>> tate. Doctors
recommend it. Price 25 cents. At aU druggists.
?A large audience was present at
the Thespian Hall ou Friday night to
hear the concert given by the ladies of
the A. II P. Church. The entertain
meat proved to be one of the most delightful
ever given in Winnboro and
a very nice snm was realized. The
songs were beautifally rendered and
the siegers received beantifnl flowers
from the admiring audience. Misi
Creight's recitation and Mr. Dann's
and Rev. C. E. McDonald's readings
were thoroughly appreciated and
elicited load applause. Miss Allston
sang the ''Bonnie Blue flag" beautifully,
and daring the song held in her
hand an old Confederate flag. The
concert closed with a cake walk led
by Mr. Jack Tressley. The dancers
orLintafl tha cfano wifh mnrth crmop
VAWUbWV* 1UV WW fT AWM >MV?WM
and had there been a prize offered it
would hare been a difficult matter to
decide to whom it should be given.
Misses Susie Ketchin and Agnei Ricc
sang very pretty songs and all of the
choruses were fine.
It makes no difference how bad the
wound if yoc. use DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve; it will quickly heal and
leave no scar. McMaster Co.
I2IPOE.TANT MEETING,
There will be a business meeting oi
the survivors of the Sixth Regiment
on Saturday, April 29th, in Winnsboro.
The members aie earnestly re?
quested to be on band, as important
business will be transacted.
r. W. Woodward,
Pres. Fairfield Div. Gth Regt. Sarvi>
Tors' Associstion.
. If yon have piles, cure them. JNo
nge undergoing horrible operations
that simply remove the res:i!ts of the
disease without disturbing toe disease
itself. Place your confidence in DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. It has
never failed to cure others ; it will
not fail to cure you. McMaSter Co.
DEATH OF MRS. YOU>*G.
Mrs. Young, of South Caldwell
street, died last night. The rsmains
will be taken to Wmnsboro, S. U., today
for bnrial. Deceased was a member
of the A. R. P. Church. She waa
a most estimable woman: an earnest
Christian character.?Charlotte Observer.
The remaias of Mrs. Young were
brought here Tuesday and interred in
the A. R. P. cemetery.
DEATH OF Ct. T. SIMS.
Mr. G. T. Sims died in Spartanburg
~ r. if
on Sunday 01 pneumonia, juu own*
was a native of Union county, bat
about ten years ago he mored to
Dawkins where he began business as
a merchant. .En 1890 he married Mrs.
Pope, "a daughter of Mr. R. L. Martin3
of Monticsllo. Mr. Sims attended the
Suuth Carolina College for three years,
Last fall he moved from JDawkins tc
Spartanburg. Hi? friends/n Fair 'ield
learn of nis death with great regret.
Iq almost every neighborhood there
is some one whose life has been saved
by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
rktoww'Krtrtn T?am orltt nr nrhrt hftfl JlPfin
l/iaiiUVV>U JLVWU4VViJ | V4 ff MV MMW ?
cored of cbronic diarrhoea by the use
of that medicine. Such persons make
& poiht of telling of it whenever oppdrtnnitv
ofiers, hoping that it may be
the means of saving other lives. For
sale by McMaster Co.
v DEATH OF A LADY.
Wife of Policeman Willin 5bam Dies o)
Consumption.
Mrs. T. B. Willingbam, wife 01
Policemau Willingham, died yesterday
afternoon after a long illness
of consumption. Her hasband and
five children snrvive her. Mrs,
Willingbam, before ber marriage, wag
Miss Christmas?, of this countv.
Thft remains will be taken this morn
ing to Winnsboro for interment.?The
State, April 2i.
The funeral of Mrs. Willingbain
took place on Monday morning at the
Methodist Church,^ Cev. J. D. Cront
reading the service.
Women sufterSgg|Fv/^?j![
in'r from female
ffPp? ; troubles and
from irregular
j^p|p ^^0*^ or P^n^ mea"
d octors cannot
? v'\ ^v-iAy /I ftihelp them. Phy^CVjd''/
/ E sicii-.ns are so
SjgpisX /Js^Js busy with other
diseases that
t^e-' ^? not un"
?f' I d erst and fully
i w the peculiar ail*
ments an.I the
delicate organism of woman. What
the sufferer ought to do is to give
a fair trial to
BRM DFSEU. 7
F'emsie LZzjxiato?
which is the true eur_- provided
by Nature for all fe:t;ak- troubles. Il
is the formula of a ;>-y.vcian of the
highos': standing, u'.m devoted hi<
whole life to the study of the distinct
ailments peculiar to our mothers.
vrves and daughters. .It is made
of soothing, healing, strengthening
herbs ;r/i vegetables, which have
been ir ovideel by a kindly Nature tc
cure irregularity in the "vmses, Letv
corrhce?., Falling of the Womb, Nervousn.sj,
Headache and Backach?.
In fairness to herself a-id to Brad*
field's Female Regulator, ever}
suffering woman ought to give it t
trial. A large $i bottle will do :
wonderful amount of good. Sold bj
druggists.
Scad fjr a r.iceiy i!!ustra:e?l fr^-o '> <- . 'a the subject.
The Bradfleld Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga
Ill
IX HIS XEW QUARTERS.
The work of moving from the Id
pa=songer depot to the handsome new
dppot was completed on Wednesday
' ! and Mr. J. H. Skinner is settled in his
j new offic\ For several days a force
of hands bas been at work changing
| | the wires, and in order to have them
> I ready by Wednesday ihe work went
i i 011 on T?e<diy night. The new depot
' I woolJ compare favorably with any
! depot in the State and i* ires!? furnished
and complete in every re?pect.
The building consists of four ruoms?
|; two waiting rooms, a ticket and exi
Dress office anl a baeeaze room.
Dr. Cady's Condition Powders,
are just what a hcrse needs when in
bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier
, and vermifuge. They are not food
, but medicine and the best in use to
: put a horse in prime condition. Price
26 cents per package. For sale by
McMaster Co.
?
MISSIONARY TEA.
The tea given on Tuesday afternoon
by Mrs. W. G. Jordan for the benefit
of the Home Missionary Society was
J ?n <r? trn>?rr roenflAf- O Thft
i who were present enjoyed the afteri
noon thoroughly, and the proceeds of
i the tea far excelled the expectations
t of the m-inbers of the society. A
more del!,.h-ful place than Capt. Jordan's
res-i If nee could not be found for
sachan c-.tenaintnent, and the rooms
' prettily decorated with cut flowers and
> pot plants looked very attractive. The
dainty refreshments were served by
the young ladies of the society, the
i guests being seated at small tables*
The first tea haying proved sach a
success the ladies will probably give
several more, and it is hoped that the
result will be that the chapel faod
will rapidly increase.
OASTORIA.
Bears tiio Kind V30 Hatt Always Bought
of *-*VS>T7/: HXCeJWK
G05IIXC AND GOIX?.
Mrs. Deal is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Preston Rion.
Dr. Jordan returned from Presby;
tery on Friday.
Mrs. Blair, of Bidgeway, was in
town on Monday.
Mr. W. J. Elliott, of Columbia, was
in town on Monday. *Dr.
Theodore Quattlebaum has re"VTrt
A
IUIHCU uuiu iiajumiic.
Rev. McElwe8 Ross returned on
Thawday to Oxford, Pa.
Rev. J. D. Croat and family have
returned from Lexington.
Mrs. H. N. Spence, of St. Louis,
Mo., is visiting relatives here.
Miss Maggie Gladden, of Rocky
Mount, was in tcprn on Monday.
Mrs. Blakely, of Laurens county, is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Lauderdale.
Mr. Rudolph Brandt, of Chester,
was in town on Wednesday on business.
X, Miss Allie Kerr, who has been
''teaching at Hopp, this county, is visiting
relatives in town.
1 Miss Agnes Bice has gone to Union
to attend the weeding of a friend.
Daring her abseuca Miss Laura fierig
will have charge of her pupils at Mt.
Zion.
Mr. Hall was in town Thursday in
the interest of the long distance telephone
which is to run through here,
and was securing lights of way through
this part of the country.
Mr. J. M. Beaty went to Charlotte
' to attend an important meeting of
cotton mill men in Chariotte. A
' number of mill men from all over the
' South attended the meeting and great
' benefit is exp'ccted to result from this
meetinsr.
f Tetter, Salt-Rheum and Eczema.
The intense itching and smarting iucident
to these diseases, isinstantlv
hv flnnlvJnfl' Chamberlain's
I "j -rr*<?o ?
Eye and Skin Ointment. Many verj
( bad cases have been permanently cured
. by it. It is equally efficient lor itching
piles and a favorite remedy for sore
nipples, chapped hands, chilblains,
frost bites and chronic sore eyes.
25cts. per box. For sale by McMaster
r Co.
! WARNING TO ANONYMOUS WRITERS.
; A Colored Woman Arrested and Meets
[ With a Sad End.
Some time ago Alice Rowe, a col1
ored womaa, made complaints to Poat.
master Rion that she was receiving
i through the postoffice here some very
scurrilous letters, and that these were
t anonymous. This is a very serious
> crime against the Federal law, ana
: the postmaster reported the matter to
Postoffice iQspector Oldfield, who
' came to Winnsboro. and after
I working on the case for three
days he fastened upon Janie
Lemmon, a very respectable colored
woman, as the gnilty one. The inspector
wrote a letter to Janie Lemrnon
a? a decoy, and received an an
swer. In this way he secured a specimen
of ber handwriting, which he
compared with the anonymous letters
written to the Rowe woman, and be;
come convinced that Janie Lemmon
J bad written the anonymous letters.
I I trt r<AtnmK*Q n R
LJ.V VYIUL IK/ VUiU UIUIO C*4JV4 OVVU. v,v? W.
warrant for the arrest of Janie Lemmon.
She was arrested on Friday
. night- auu adcnitfc 1 to Postmaster
. Rion that she bad written the letters,
: though she told Mr. and Mrs. Brice
UftH AAn-f^osfl/1 t V\Q
' UliAL, ttliuuu^u sue uau <-u^
1 was frightened. She assured them
that she had not written tbem.
It seems that Janie Lemmon and
1 Flerence Jone* were both in love with
[ John Sampson, and Florence won. It
- wa3 learned by the inspector that
; Janie had confided to Alice Rowe that
' sho intended to have her revenge.
. Preacher William?, a brotber-in-law of
> Fiorence Jones, received an anony:
moos letter, whicb was severe on his
-k sister-in-law Florence. On the 6:h of
> April, Alice Ruwe received an anonymous
letter containing vile imputations
as to the character of Florence
? Jones.
r As already ^tated the was wrested
1 on Friday night and taken to Colum.
' bia. The Columbia State gives the J
following account of the fad end to
Janie Lemmon's life:
There was a sad sequel to the arrest |
\ anrniijj.iiiinainnimiamBiBianiBiiE
| S
a IN a careful chemical ex- |
g 1 animation of the leading S
? Malt Extracts of the world, s
1 the United States Govern- |
5 meet Chemists found s
5 pafast i
i mwmm {
li&ScSHotoic
I was the only one of all that |
Is was absolutely pure and per- g
feet. Others cannot replace ?
it.
At all drug stores. 5
siuossi^imniiflnuiimnnjairaniajg
of Janle Lemmon for fending obscene
literature rhrangb the mails. She died
in "Richland nnnnfv fail vasfcerdav
morning.
Inspector Oldfield and Deputy Marshal
Thornton went np to Winnsboro
Friday afternoon to arrest the woman.
She was summoned to the postoffice
and informed tbat the officers hid
found out who wrote the letters. She
asked vr&o was the party suspected.
They >old her thai she was the one
and that they wonld pat her under ar
rest. Slie did not deny the accusation,
and when they told her of the proof
she confessed.
Id i.ne presence of Postmater Preston
Ricn. the assistant postmaster, Inspector
Oldfield and Mr. Thornton the
signed a written statement to the effect
that she had written the anonymous
letter?.
She was permitted to return to the
home or Mr. Brice, where she had
been employed as a nurse since she
was a child.
When the children for whom ?he
had cared for a number of years
learned that their narse was arrested
they were very much distressed; and
the officers very considerately let the
woman stay until the children had
crnne 1 r, whori tlipv tnnk lVlfiir
--vvrj ,, V?
prisoner to the depot.
The. wc:aan showed no unusual excitement:,
other than anyone similarly
sitaareJ ^voald have done. She was a
youns: w>man and apparently well
and strong. Shortly after she was
pat oi: the t-ain she was attacked with
somevr.ng like cholera morbus, bat appare.Miy
recovered before reaching
Columbia. When she was taken to
the jail t'.';re was a recurrrnce of the
paia*, art'.J Jailer Coleman had her
giver, attention, although he did not
think she was seriously sick. Yesterday
moruing about daylight be was
awakened by one of the attendants at
the jail; who eaid that the prisoner
was very sick. When he reached the
prisoner of bat a few hours she was
dying. She was bleeding at the month
as if fro a a hemorrhage, bat the flaw
of blr>od wai not copious, and the
hemorrhage was not the cause of
death, which followed in a few
minutes.
Dr. Letter, the government physician.
wag summoned, and his diagnosis
was that death remlted from heart
trouble.
There are circumstances connected
with tue strange and sodden fatality
which led some to believe that the
woman committed suicide, bat this is
discredited by the physician; Mr.
Coleman and others.
The i e?ult of the coroner's inquest
was that dea'la resulted from natural
causes.
Jarc i had been employed
in tbe fn..u:J <>. ilr. J. A. Bric9 for
aboct fifteen years. She was a respectable,
industrious, reliable', and
hoce?i ?olored woman, and had the
fall confidence of her employer. She,
peri.u ' . *id not realize the enormity
offi >: i.ne, if guilty at all, but this
co.:. t. . .ty has been worried with the
senni anosymous letters of
low* <Js, and, while it regrets this
poor colored woman's end, it is glad
tbat the m:' a m of the government
has g : ont i i search of these bashwhackers
of character?characters they
are af.-?id lo attack ia the open. It is
repo ted that the authorites of the
government do not think thai poor
Janio Lemmon has written all ot the
anonymous communications through j
the mails, and are determined to rid
the community of all snch low valgar
cowards.
nAflipOJlIA.
Bears tfco The Kind You Have Always Bought
Mr?. Wyatt Aiken returned this
morning to Chester after visiting relatives
here.
Ehoamac'de is a thorough permanent,
constitutional cure for rheumatism
The acids in the blood whieh
anse ibc disease are.thoroughly eradicated.
Ia also the best blood purifier,
laxative and tonic.
Mrs. J. E. McDonald and l?re, J. P.
Matthews were in Columbia Tuesday.
Miss Annie Aikan and Miss Charlotte
AiMon left this morning for
Spartanburg.
CASTOR IA
Tor Infants and Children.
T* 7 !/! J If II iL..u.
ins MRS IPU naiB AIWSJS DOUgm
Bears the /~tf s/fT^rT
Signature of C4La<r7K
"~tj Allen'* Foot-K?s*.
A ;v,wder to be shaken into the shoes.
At this season your feet feel swollen,
nervous and hot, and get tired easily.
If you have smarting feet or tight shoes
try Allen's Foot-Ease. It cools the
feet and makes walking easy. Believes
com j and bunions of all pain
and gives ease and comfort.Try it today
Sold by all druggists, groeers,
shoe rtores -and general storekeepers
everywhere. Price 25c. Trial package
FREE. Address, Allen S. Olmsted,
Le Roy, NY
Tried Friends Best.
ForthirtyyearsTutt's Pills have
proven ablessingtothe invalid.
Are truly the sick man's friend.
A Known Fact
Forbilious headache, dyspepsia
sour stomach, malaria,constipation
and all kindred diseases.
TUTT'S Liver PILLS
AN ABSOLUTE CURL
FIRST QUARTERLY REPORT OF
TBI BASK (IF IMWAI,
RIDGEWAY, S. C,.
At thj close of business, Apri- lo^fc,
1899.
RESOURCES. |
Loans $30,802 47
Town of Ridgeway 7 per
cent, bonds 2,000 U0
Cash in vault and in other
banks 6,036 S9
Real estate 365 00
Farnituro and fixtures 195 45
Total $38,899 81
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock $25,000 00
Undivided profits, net 2,253 70
Individual deposits 11,G 16 11
I Tnfal S38.S99 81
State of South Carolina, ?
County of Fairfield,
Before me personally comes N. W.
Palmer, Cashier of The Bank of Kidge\ra>,
and makes oath tbat the statement
above is true to the best of his
knowledge and belief.
N. W. PALMER,
Cashier.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
?V;_ j I- - 17,1, a I IfiQQ
liil? iue ?* iu uajr ui xv*/*/
J. b. boyd, Notary Pnblic.
Attest correct:
w. h. ruff,
i. C. thomas,
n TT7-r* .
Vy. A". TT 144.1}
4 20 Directors.
For Sale.
1,000 BALES PEAYINE HAY;6oc.
p?r hundred; $12.00 par ton.
S14tf ' H. L. ELLIOTT,
ffv JAPANESE
gllpiLE
CURE
A New and Complete Treatment, consisting of
SUPPOSITORIES, Capsules of Ointment and twe
Boxes of Ointment. A never-fculine cure for Piles
ox every iiaiuic<uiu uc^icc. *%. ????
with the knife, which is painful, and often results
ia death, unnecessary. Why endure this terrible
(llttNi We pack a Written Guarantee in each
t1 Box. No Core, No Pay. 50c. and ft a box, 6 for
f$. Seat hy mail. Samples free
ODfTMENT, 25c- and 50c.
HANGUP ATION ?"red' Pi!e* *?? ?*?. ?>y
l/UnOI liAl IUN Japanese U*er Pellets, the
Sreat LTVER and STOMACH REGULATOR and
LOOD PURIFIER. Small, mild and pleasant
to talce: especially adapted for children's use. 50
aoscs 25
FREE.?A vial of these famous little Pellets will
be given with a f 1 box or more of Pile Cure.
Notice?The gknuine fresh Japanese I'ile
Cure for sale only by
J. J. OBJEAR, Druggist,
Winnsfcoro, S. C.
VVI VA Viw*
Council Chamber,
Winnsboro, S. C., 18tb April, 1899.
SEALED BIDS FOE THE RENT
of the Market (wilh telephone attached)
for the year commencing let
May, prox., and the famishing of
street lamps, globes, No. 2 chimneys,
No. 2 burners, No. 2 wicks per dozen,
glass fonts, glass cat for lamps and
matches, and written applications for
positions on the police force will be
received qd to 12 o'clock M. on Friday
the 98th inst.
By order of Conncil:
JOHN J. NEIL,
4-20 id Clerk.
MILLINENY.
OUR MILLINERY OPENING
wa? a decided success. NothiDS
bat universal praise --was beard
from each visitor, and tbe number
of Hats sold on those days is a
guarantee Ih&t our Millinery surpasses
all previous seasons. We
have a larger stock than ever before.
Come and buy from os; we will
make the prices suit you.
MRS. J. D. McCARLEY.
HUH HY
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE
of of these goods direct from Kalamazoo
that every lover of Celery will
appreciate.
CELERY SALAD.
CE1ERY SAVORY.
CELERY SALT.
CELERY PEPPER.
CELERY MUSTARD.
CHOPPED CELERY.
CANNED CELERY.
Call for racipe book and sample.
F. M. HABENICHT.
Fine Grr?ceri#?. .
Easily,Quickly, Permanently Restored
MAGNETIC NERVINE i-Mintee
to Cure Insomnia, Fits, Dizzmess, Hysteria,
NTtrvoHS Debility, Lost Vitality, serr.insi l.osses, i
Failing Memory?the result of Over-work, Worry,
Sickness, Errors of Youth or Over-indulgence.
Price 30c. and 31; 6 boxes $5.
For quick, positive nnd lasting results in SexurU
Weakness. Impotencv. Xenons Drhiljtv and Lo-i
Vitality, use YELLOW LAEEL SPECIAL? douMe I
strength - will give strength and tone to even- part
and effect a permanent cure. Cheapest and" B^st I
too Pills $s: by mail.
CD CP?A bottle of the famous Japanese Li'tr
felletswill be given with a <i box or more ot s-i > 5uetic
Nervine, free. Sol J ciiiy by ,
J. J. OBEAR, Druggist,
Wirinsboro, S. C.
gf^The Equitable
m Life Assurance Society
of the United States.
The management of th^
Equitable Life Assurance Society
Jgf in this territy is desirous of sccnrfp
ing the service of a man of char|||
acter and ability to represent its
interest with Winusboro as head
W quarters. The right man will be
|H thoroughly educated in the s-ciennc
#of life insurance and the art of
successful soliciting. There is nr
> - - ?rn_
UU81UCB3 Ul 1/l VACroiUii ikh ?v.
quiring capital which is more reJjjf
munerative than a life agency
fgt condacted wiih energy and ahull^
ily. Correspondence with men
J5| who desire to secore permanent
W employment and are ambitions to
attain promineuce in the profecMt
sion is invited.
W. J. RODOEY, Mgr.,
S? S-19-3m Rock Hill, S. C.
A Pretty Face
and a - - Dainty
Appearance
is desired by every
one. Don\ experiment with unknown
preparations.
SNOWATILLA
is one that has been tried and the verdi
:t U Excelsior. "We have a full line
of toilet preparation?.
Give ns a ci!l o:- ring U5 up at
'Phone 39.
t 7T n
jimbi'&ui
FULL STOCK.
WE HAVE A FULL STOCK OF
Gantt and Dow Low Cotton Planters,
Wheelbarrows, Grain Cradle*, Farnj
Bells': and Nails, whieh we will seR
cheap.
A NICE LINE OF
Baggies on hand and to arrive; one
Ladies' Phaeton and Double-Seated
which we offer at reduced
price to close. Respectfully,
M. I. DOT Y&CO.
Ail OrfflMce Relating to Dap.
Be it enacted and ordained by the
Intendant and Wardens of tne town
of Winnsboro in Council met and by
the authority of the same:
Section l'That it shall not be lawful
for any dog to ran at large on the
streets of the tot .1 of Winnsboro,
unless such dog be securely muzzled
with a wire muzzle, and "any dog,
cither male or female, hereafter found
at large on the streets of said town
not wearing such ranzzle, shall be
taken up by the police officers of said
town, and* shall be by Ihem kept in
some secure place for the period of
twenty-four hoars, during which time
the owner or castodian of snch dog
may procure the release thereof by
paying a fine of one dollar. Any dog
not cUmed and re'eased as above
provided within the said twenty-four
hours shall, after the exoiralion of that
time, be killed by tbe said police officers.
Section 2. That tbe owner of any
cog permitting snch dog to ran at
upon the streets of the said town
in violation of the provisions of this
Ordinance shall be deemed guilt} of a
misdemeanor, and upou conviction
thereof shall be lined for eacn ana
every such offence in the earn of one
dollar.
T Section 3. That upon failure to capture
any dog offending against the
provisions ot ttis Ordinance, the
police officers stall call upon tbe
owner of such do? for payment of the
fine of one dollar to which &uch dog
has become liable, and if payout of
such fine be refused, and ibe ?aid d^g
be ibereafter capturcd on the f-treets
of the said town, such dog may be
killed by the police officers without
<1 V./3 irritVinnf nAfioA (n thft
Ueicuuuu auu nuuuuv uv?.w
owner.
.Section i. All Ordinances inconsistent
with this Ordinance are hereby
repealed.
Done in Council this 18lh day of
Agril, 1899, with the corpora.
s.l rate seal of the said town affixed.
J. B. COAN,
JNO.'J. NEIL, Intendant.
Clerk of Council.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PURchased
the interest of the estate of F.
Gerig, deceased, in the stock of goods
of Gerig & Seigler, and solicits the
Ircde of the people of Fairfield County.
Plows, floes, Harness, Mies,
Fannin Aleuts
of all kinds, and everything found
in a FIRST-CLASS HARDWARE
STORE.
The trade of the friends and customers
of Gcrig & Seigleris fully appreciated,
and the undersigned hopes
thev mar find it to their interests i?>
continue iheir business relations with
him.
J. W. SEIGLER.
W. A. W.,
The registered stallion W. A. W.
will be at tlie Maoie* m rear ?.r wr.
Henry Kefo's more Friday and Saturday
of each week; balance of :inie on
the farm. He is swen }ear? o!d, bay,
wilh black Has yood bone
and tnufcle; no blen-foh or <Ufrct. He
is kind in d:pp--?in"n ?nd n prr.'etl
{'' idst<*r. His ri? :' ? ce)? btatecJ
It- d Wilkes His ?J I>ftiey Baker,
wa> sired by Dictator, who was th*
sirf- of Jay-Eve-Sre, 2.10, ?f Director,
2.07, of the invincible Dire?tnm, 2;C4,
the grandiire of Nancy Hanks, tl.c
qaf'cn of trotters, and toe {-ire of many
others of extreme speec!.
Terms, $15.00 to insure "trnn with
j foal. For extended pedigree .??d cer
tified record address
JOHN G MOD LEV,*
4.44ilaugl Winnsburo, 6. C.
MONEY TO LOAN
On farming lacdi. Easy payments
Ifr commisiions barged. Borrowe:
pays actual c^?t of perfecting loan
Interest 8 per cent.
JOHN B. PALMES & SON,
Colaatbia, S. C.,
or A. S. k W. D. DOUGLaM,
19-4 Winnaboro, 5. C.
Mill WlFB
1 at cosrTf
[ HAVE?
r \ 7 r~\
"Z^ \ cDOtS?
Silver-Plated Table Spoons, Teaspoons
and Medium Forks
that I will sell at
Post for Cash.
To letter tliem, at cost prices,
will be THREE CENTS PER
LETTER.
Come and see them.
C. M. CHANDLER
Don't Worry!
WHAT YOU \?ILL HAVE FOE :
your next mea'.
JUST RING 71
and yeur worry will be over. You
nan fin/1 cwappiKinor rnn ir?nf in *
?UU uuu t ? w* j imiig J VU II MM. ^
FIRS-CLASS GROCERY.
A! ways keep a nice line of (
FRUIT
and
VEGETABLES
and
BAKER'S BREAD.
Give me a "ring-up" and your Older
will be promptly filled.
I
J. S. McGarley.
THE OLD
DYED * WOOL
toes' to tie Froit Again.
DE IS A HUSTLER IN THE
JjL grocery line?buys and sells
more ?oods for CASH than any other
'store in town. H'a believes in
DiiittaodUMts
HONESTY AND SQUARE DEALING
is his motto. If you want FINS
GROCERIES give him a call and be
convinced. His
Porto Rico Molasses,
x Hot Biscuit
and Butter
Would make a man strike hit mother.
JUST TRY SOME. * 1.
D; icCAMEY I CO.
MfM
MULES.
JUST ARRIVED
FOBTY NICE TENNESSEE AND
KENTUCKY MULES at my stable?
in Winnsboro, from three to five years
old. These mules ?an be bought cheap
for cash or on good baaJtabie paper,
payable in the Fall. Como one, come
all who need good mules. I will exchange
them for broken down mule*
or plug mules.
I also have a few good Hares and a
couple of good Saddle Horses, one
new Two-horse Wagon and one good
Second-hand Baggy.
I also keep on hand a few
MILCH COWS
and will sell them cheap lor caso or
exchange them for dry cattle. Alwayi
read} lor a trade.
I have engaged Mr, S. B. CRAWFORD
for the seas?a, and he will be
pleased to see any and all of his maiy
friend?.
A. WILLIFORD.
Wiansboro, S?CJ.
KOMI
Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what yon eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recoil
structing the exhausted digestive or*
gans. It is the latest discovered digest*
1 ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in*
! stantiy^elieves and permanently cures
! DvsneDsia. Indigestion, Heartburn,
' | Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea*
11 Sick Headache,Gastraigia,Cramps,~ana
, all other results of lmperfectdigestlon.
> | Prepared by E. C. DeWitt'ACo.; Chicago.
i UNDERTAKING7"
IN ALL ITS BK'ABTMfiNri.
with a fall stock of Casket*, Barial
j Cases \nd Coffins, constantly on hand,
j and ns" of hearse wkea requests.
! Thankful for pa?t patroBage aad solid
union for a sfoare in the ftiHirc, ia the
oid stand
Calls a'.terMe;2 to a; *H haars.
TS? SLLIOT-T ?4ft S??P,
j j. M, Z?JX?tv & em.
. 4.114? -
?AHIfli? M WhSAey Hablta
Slpflini ?M?I?hra_ewltbV.trrxn.
villi
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R. Brandt
in Ridge way
TU 11 vorioA j
1 1 1141 OV4C4.J y
April 20th.
x.
.
ONE DAY :()JNJLY.
(Leaves on the afteruoon train.)
- m
WILL BRING FULL LINE OF
samples of his stock.
PPTCES ALL REDUCED.
pnjfmiTfl. Ladies' Sash Backirs,
kjIliulALu . Shirt Wsiat Sets with
Pins, in plate and gold, and Liuk
Buttons.
Parties desiring Spectacles can b?
fitted as usual.
BRING YOUR WATCH WORK
AND JEWELRY JO'JS .ALL ,
OF WHICH WILL LOOK
LIKE NEW WHEN
RETURNED. ~~
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An Ordinance
Iranting Permteion to the Amtriean
Telephone and Telegraph Company
of South Carolina, its Successors and
Assigns, to Construct, Operate and
? . t l If , M nL^I ..Lama ami)
JtUBUin IJM uses Vi. A?iep*Oue auu
Telegraph upon, alongj over and
undor the Highways and Streets of
the Town of Winnsboro, County of
Fairield and Slate of South Carolina.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the Town ""^-v
Cetincil of Winnsboro, County ?f
Fairfield and State of South Carolina,
that the Amercan Telephone and Telegraph
Company of South Carolina, its \
Successors and assigns be, and the
same is hereby, granted the right,
privilege and authority to construct, operate
and maintain its lines of te enhonp
and tplffirranb. ificlndinsr the
necessary poles, wires aad fixtures
upon, along, over and under the highways
and streets of said town of
Winnsboro upon the terms and conditions
hereinafter provided.
Section 2. The saiu Company shall
establish connection in said town with
its lines end maintain same as long as
the net expense of maintaining such
connection in said town does not exseed
the gross receipts derived therefrom.
Section 3. All poies shall be elected
under the direction sod supervision of
the Committee on Streets, which com?
mlttee ihtll deiignate the streets nfton .
which such poles shall be erected, ?
always allowing said Company realonable
facilities for reaching *ocVpoints
as iU business may requite;
id all stmts and sidewalks that may
be disturbed or damaged, in the cooitruction
of the said lines, shall be
promptly replaced and Repaired, by t be
said Company at its owJTexpense, and
to the satisfaction of the said Commit- J
tee on Streets, and all pole&. ah?Voe ~
acat, symmetrical and so located as
not to interfere with the pnblic use of
laid highways or streets.
? ?< -i- _ 11 ^
section 4. a aid company rxuui us
inbiectto ordinaaces now in force, or
that may be hereafter passed relative
to'heose of the pablic highways or
strata of the said town of Winnsboro.
Section 5, Nothing in this Ordinance
contained shall be construed to grant
to the said Company an exclusive
franchise and the said Town Council
hereby reserves (he right to grant a
like consent to any otLer company,
person or persons for like purposes.
Section 7. Said Company shall hold
said town free and harmless from all
damages, or claims for damages, arising
by reason of the erection or m gli- v
??* m?inr?nin<>a rt-f nM linM.
?VU% IW ? *vv VA
Sectfon 7. This Ordinance shall be
in force and effect from and after its
p&suge.
Dene in Council thi3 fifth day of
April, A. D. 1S99. - ^
[l. s.] ' JAB. E. COAN,
Intecdaot.
Attest: JNO. J.NEIL,
4-8 flerk of Conncil.
YOU SUFFER .
FROM
.DDPIIUITOUV
uiiuuumiiuiii
TRY
A "ROIT
OF
Ilium Tisms
PBIOE:
75 CENTS.
V
A Sure Gure.
JOSIAH J. OBEAE,
; *>
PHARMACIST.
SOLE AGENT. 1
For Sale. i
A TRA()T UF 176 ACEES O*
land, ou L;tt e Kivcr, belorgin* ?o
rv U anH l>An Yst? (??.?1 a
L/ M * uivuv. 'iiixi yvuuu?ii wj ?w
of the estate "f K G. Sitnonton, Stev*
eri-on and ot hem.
i For terms apply to
A S. k W. D DOUGLASS
11-17 Attorneys, Wmusboro,
-St
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