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Pass Egg Dyes-M;:?tNasI er & Co.
Ma ter's Sale-G. H. Sass, Master.
Sheriff's Sale-R. E. Ellisoi, S.F.(
-Mrs. Henry Parr, of near Alstoi
is visiting her father, Mr. C. F. Boyi
-Miss Ray Cummings is engage
in the millinery department at Cal<
well & Ruff's store, which is manage
by Miss Lilla Ketchin.
-Aughtry's Attorneys hare made
motion to set aside the verdict <
"Guilty" in his case. The Judge
considering the motion.
-Read the advertisement of M(
Master & Co. You will find anythir
you want from egg dyete seed cori
Read the list for yourselves.
-Mrs. Viola Robinson has charg
of Lauderdale's millinery departmei
this season, and will be glad to wa
upon any of her friends who wia
anything in that line. adv.
-We are requested to ask the me
chants Io close the stores at 6 o'cloc
commencing on the first of May. Ti
boys want to practice base ball; an
say they will challenge any club th;
-Ed. Rains, a son of Joe Rain
the "Periodic citizen who burnt h
fodder stack in 1876 in honor of 12
election of Hampton and the emanc
pation-of the Andrew-Sexton race,"
on the chain gang for a petty theft I
Infiamed, itching, buraing, crust
and scaly akin and scalp of infan
soothed and cared by Johnson's Orier
ta! Soap. Winnsboro Drug Store.
LosT-Two rings; one a diamond
the other an emerald and diamon
Rewai d will be paid it delivered a
THE "FIFTH CnAsx.."-Since th
"Eifth Chain" has been started ther
seems to be a decrease of violation c
the law. Start another team.
TiE FEEs=T.-We learn. from pe<
pie from different secti-ns of th
eounty that great damage to botteo
lands has been done by the freshet o
MASONI MEETING. - The regula
monthly communication of Winnsbor
Lodge. No. 11, A. F. M., will be bel
this.(Thursday) evening at 8--o'cloci
The E. A. Degree will be conferrei
By order of the W. M.
WHER= ARE THE BI.UE Brans?-Th
Lancaster Ledger says the blue bird
are missing and that Mr. T. M. Hagin
says the worms and bugs will pre;
on vegetation. So it seems that othe
places are mis.ing the blue birds a
well as Fairfield.
WA ASEEAGon-We hear that
geiitlemnan several miles west of tow
tried to get a goose to set on som
goo~e egg.4, but she persistently ri
fused and would push the eggs ot
of the way and set on a broken piece <
china. Perhaps she did not care t
bother with a young brood..
-Winneboro -Drug Store, Druggists
secommnends Johnson's Magnetic Oi
tue great~ family pain-killer, interni
and external. $1.00 size 50 cts., 50 c
size 2.5 ets. Winnsboro Drug Store.
FAIRFIEra NEGRO BI.w UP WIT.
DrNAHITE.-Shermnan Jones, who wa
isent to the penitentiary~ for burning
barn belonging to the late R. J. Glad
ney in this county, was accidentl
blown up in the air by dynamite a
the' Stewart quarry near Columbih
Hie is not thought to be fatally injurei
Attend company drill this (Thur.
day) afternoon at 5 o'clock.
By order of the President:
G. B. McMAsTER,
Taken From the Great De' p.
Mrs. F. M. Habenicht has received
letter since the death of her husbanci
Mr.F. W. Hlabenicht, which was o'
board the great ship Elbe which we
sunk in a collision. The letter beax
the mail mark of the Elbe and on
are plainly visible the marks of th
water. it must have been gotten or
after the vessel sank.
Treading on Broken Glass.
Constable John Stevenson, of Fail
field County, camne from Columbia o
horse-back last Sunday on his way
Glassy Mountain, inGreenville County
Hie is on'e of six constables who has
been seleeted for the special work c
hunting the moon-shiners in that se4
tion, C'hief Fant is in charge of tI
force. Mr. Robert Pettigrew, of th.
also is one of the numbe
enson's brother, Jim, ake
are him the fine Texas sadd
ding, and says he told bh
at the moon-shiners woul
before two weeks, if f<
ut to get that saddle. Glass
is bad ground to tread 01
than broken glass.
r, New Cassel, Wis., wa
Neuralgia and Rheumatisr
as disordtered, his Liver w~
alarminig deo"ree, appeti
t hewa tt~enibt% reduced
gth. Three bottles of Ele~
.erd, Haurrisbug, 1l., bad
on his leg of el~h y~ez
veu boxes of Buckien's A
d his b- is sound and wel
a~twba 0., had five lar;
his leg, doctors said]1
Uone LotL:C Eiectric Bitte
:kkn's A rnica adtve curt
-A by M.Master & Co.
Mrs. J. R. McAlpine and childreE
are visiting her parents in town.
M r. S. P. Carpenter, uncle of Mrs.
W. G. Jordan and Mr. R. C. Gooding,
is here on a visit to them.
John A. Desportes, Jr., went t(
Mr. J. A. Desportes, Sr., was in
town on Monday.
Miss Lou Egleston is visiting friends
d Mr. Tom Madden, of the Southern
Express Company, is home on a visit
d to his parents.
Rev. C. E. McDonald returned
a Wednesday from a visit of several
days in Charlotte.
s Mrs. J. B. Frazier, of Blairs, after
visiting her brothers' families here,
returned home on Tuesday.
g Mrs. U. G. Desportes went to Ches
ter on a visit Tuesday evening.
Mr. Clarence Jordan is cn a visit to
e his Darents.
t hirs. Viola Robinson has returned
it from Florida where she spent the win
Rev. E. A. McDowell was in town
' Mr. Hamilton Hanahan, who is em
e ployed in the Southern Railway shops
d in Columbia, is up on a visit for
it several days.
Mr. A. F. Ruff, of Rock Hill, is in
is Johnson'a.Aromatic Compound Cod
i. Liver Ofl is the greatest remedy yet
- discovered for consumption and all
pulmonary affeAtions. Pint bottles
it $1.00. Winnsboro Drug Store. *
THE DISPENSARY FUND.
a Below is a statement of moneys
pa , to the town of Winnsboro and
Fairfield caunty by Dispenser M. U.
Mobley tince the commencement of
. the dispensary here:
t From quarter ending Nov. 1,
1893........... ........$ 224 92
From quarter ending Feb. 1,
1894.................. . 572 06
e From quarter ending Nov. 1,
e 1894 .... ..... $178 40
f Less expense..... 155 00- 23 40
(The dispensary was not in,
operation at thig time and the
expenses nearly equals the
For quarter ending Feb. 1,
2 1895................... 504 20
Due at present for past two
r months............ .... 170 76
So that when the past two months
have been paid the town and county
will each have received the sum of
Children Cry for Pitcher's Cstuna,
sA GHASTLY FIND.
rA Humnan Body Eaten by Dogs and Bus
|On Sunday evening sao'edJbby
-.Mhoigt --Kfirkpatrick on
a the Bell place ten miles west of - towik,
u while hunting the cows, came upon a
sight which caused him to leave the
-object in faster strides than he was
t accustomed to. In a deep gally on
Fthe place he saw at a glance the frame
of a human body with a dress on.
He at onde notified Mr. Kirkpatrick
and he proceeded te the spot immedi
ately. He at once recognized by the
dress the body of an old colored
woman who had been missing from
the place about three weeks. She
went off one evening and it wak
thought she had gonie to some relatives
or friends and little attention was paid
to her absence.
A jury of inquest was summoned
and rDr. R. C. Arnett made an exami
nation. The belief of the jury is that
she staid out until about dark and fell
in the gully while trying to get home.
The flesh was eaten from the bones by
dogs and buzzards; even the cheek
-bones were bare. No foul play is
suspected, and the opinion is that she
died from the fall or perished to death.
Wise in His Day and Generation.
The following is a school boy's comn
position on cotton It reads as if it
were almost "too good to be true,"
but the original from which it wais set
,is to be seen at this office, and was
a wrtten by a promising youth of this
county. "[low to make cotton. We
first plow the ground and then run
a cinter furs and thenr scatter the cotton
.t seeds and then sow the guano and then
e ridge it and then bed it and then plarnt
p the cotton and when it gets up we chop
it and side it and then bust the mziddle
and how it an iwhen it opens we pick
it and haul it to the gin and then when
it is ginned we carry it to Darliington
~and give it away." -Darlington Herald
o catarrh Cannot be Cure
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they can
not reach the seat of the disease. Ca
e tarrh is a blood or constitutional dis
f ease, and in order to care it you mus-t
-take internal remedies. Hall's Catarra
e Cure is taken internally, and acts di
rtlyti on the blood andiinucons sigr
s faces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is niot a
-quack medicine. It was prescribed by
d one of the best physicians in this counl
e try for.years, and is a regular prescrip
tir,. It is comnposed of the best tonaics
aknown, combined with the best blood
d purifiers, acting directly on the mucons
*r surfaces. The perfect combination of
he two ingredients is what produces
such w,.nderini results in curing Ca.
tarrh. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENE T & Co., Toledo, 0.
WSeld by Druggists, price 75c. *
S For Over Fifty Years
.S Mr~\iN SsLOW's SOOTHING SYitr has
.e beenr used for ovei 11fty years by n::llions
n of motbers for their children whrle teeth.
. in, with pei feet success. It sootlhes the
chid, softens the guins, allays al pnin,
a curs wind colic, anda is the best renmedy
~'for Diarrhea. It will relieve the poor lit
ic $Is ufferer innediately. Sold by Dirug.
j. gists in every part of the world. Twenty
I. fiv~ cenits a brittle. Be~ sure and ask ft.r
,e '-rs. Wins!0y's sQothin~g Syrup," and
ke no 'rther kind. ' 5-ixly
P hildren Cry for Pitcher's Cadtorig.
TH wRIT GA -D.
The State Wing in the Agricultural Hall
Case This Time.
Governor Evans yesterday received
a telegram from Attorney General Bar
ber, who is now in Washington, stat
ing that the Supreme Court of the
United States had decided to grant the
writ of certiorari asked for in the
famous Agricultural Hall case and that
the whole case would now come up
before the highest tribunal in the land
upon its merits. This means that the
case is to Ie certified np to the Supreme
Court of the United States from the
United States Court of Appeals and
will have to be fully argued. The
argument on the request ior the writ
was filed a short time ago. It had to
cover every detail in the caee. The
argument for the Stats was written by
Judge Melton and was a very elabo
rate one. The argument on the other
side was prepared by Mr. W. H.
Lyles, who has up to this time been
victorious in every move made in this
case. The State authorities were yes
terday very much elated over securing
the writ.-The State, April 10.
A Household Treasure.
D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N. Y.,
says that he always keeps Dr. King's New
Discovery in the house and his family has
always fcund the very best results follow
its use; that he would not be without it if
procurable. G. A. Dykeman, Druggist,
Catskill, N. Y., says that Dr. King's New
Discovery is undoubtedly the best Cough
remedy; that he has used it in his fanwilp
for eight years, and it eas never failed1 to
do.rl1 that is claimed for it. Why not try
a remedy so long tried and tested. Trial
bottl. 1ree at Melaster & Co.'s Drug Store.
Regui .r ize 59c. and 51.0. *
ucklen's Arica Salve.
TuR BEST SALE in the worid fo Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fev-r
Sores, Tetter, Chepped Hands, Chill iains
Corns, and alt Skin Eruptions, and posi,
tively cures Piles, o: no pay required It
!sguaranteed to give perfect sAtisfaction,
or monev refunded. Price 23 'nts Dex
box. Fx-r sale by Me'ser & CO
0. L. Rice, Mendota, Ill., writes'
"Have used your Japanese Pile Care
and found it a sure and permanent
cure." Winnsboro Drug Store.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Ca&oria,
when Baby was sick, we gave her CaOft
When she was a.Child, she cried for Catoria.
When she became WI, she clung to Castoria.
Whenhe had ChBrsn, she gavetham Casods.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Use Dr. Miles' Navz-PLAs'zns for SPINAL
WEAKNESS. All druggists sell 'em for 25.
SAILED E SEAS 38YEARS.
One of His Experiences.
For thirty-eiht years Capt. Loud followed
te.sa most ofthat time as master of a ves
onedby th ertr fthe Unite States
reasury to sprnedthe seal fisheries in
Aaska, which position bheld five years. He
rate oneeperle ars followsn tbled with
gneralnervusnes and fint rona
me t ban rest andsep Haig seen
rvie. Ater taking a smalun tth
ained opiates which wonld finally be nu
us to me; but on bigassured by thedrg
gist that It was pfetyharmless, I contin
torative Nervine and Ntew Heart Cure did
ore form than anytin Ihad evers ea~
nNew York and San Eacisco without ben
eft. I owe my psnt good health to the
dicoususe oftese mostvaluable remes
Dr. MlsRetrative Nervine adNew Cre
r bby r a~dr a sile aran
ldonrecipo tprice, $p1 e, orsi
Cre9 fppn alopae an'dangerous drugs.
sld by WINNSB0RO DR~UG STORE.
. AREWARD will be paid for
= M the capture and delivery, to
he Sheriff, of Renben Perry,.convict,
who escaped from the chain egang on
B. G. TENNANT,
4-9 tx1mn County Supervisor.
Choice Messina Lemons.
Swinborn's and other Gela
A nice line of Essences,
Another' supply of
A supply of
Hickory King Corn
Also on hand a supply of
Golden and White Dent,
and a variety of Field and
McMAST.ER & CO.
Under Winnsboro Hote.
Standing on t
I have already opened 1
Dress Patterns, with a lot of 10
Also a beautiful assortment of
My line of White Checke<
attractive this season.
Charles We have a x
Heiser'S There is ml
Fo ot Ladies', Mis
W earx all of which 2
Here you will always find
Boro. Gentlemen, don't fail
The assortment is undeniably
to the low water mark in price
and ends in Winter Suits, at pi
cloth. Great many novelties ir
IMPROVE YOUR PEE
Wait for my grand openin
bought already I will make you
that the tariff is a thing of th<
An inspection of my stoek
J. L. MI
Q. D. WILLIFOR
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
Ridgeway Savings and Loan Associa
tion vs. Loyd A. Davis et al.
B Y virtue of an execution to me
directed in- the above entitled
case, I have levied upon and will eell
before the Court House door in Winns
boro, S. C., on the
FIRST MONDAY IN MAY
next, the following described property,
All the right, title and interesL9f the
efendant Loyd A. Davis, ikame
being an estate f6r and d .iWftbe
natural life ot said Loyd A. Dogs in
and to all that certain piece i-A or
rct of land, lying, being and situate
nte County of Fairfield and State
aforesaid, on waters~ .Dutchmfanl's
Creek, containing ' -
sETEN BUNDEED AN~D NINETY-TWO
Acres, more or less, and bounded by
lands of Winnie Davis, John S. Tid
well, Wylie J. Davis, estate of Ed
ward Palmer,- deceased, Miss Sallie
ieans and Henry Hunter.
Levied upon as'the property of Loyd
Savings and~toan Association.
Sheriff's Office, . S. F. C.
Winnboro, S C., April 5, 1895.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
John S. Hlorlbeck ag'tinst Elias H.
Cain et a!.
U NDER and by virtue of Decree of
Sale herein filed July 7, 1894,
nd of Decretal Orde:- amendatory
hereof, filed March 23, 1895, I will
offer for sale by public auction at the
ounty Court House, for the Count~y
f Fairfield, at Winnsaboro, South
arolina, on Monday the 6th day of
ay, A. D. 1895, at 11 o'clock A. M.:
All that plantation -or tract of land
ltated in Fairfield' County, in the
State of Sooth Carolina, being a part
f the land known as the Institution
tract, ccntaining One Hundred and
eventy-three and One-half Acres, and
ounding north on land of James
Stuart, east on land now or late of
A. M. Cartledge, south o.i lands of
ames Copes, and w e-t on land known
s the Nelson tract, provided that
therefrom is excepted and reserved
ne acre of lan~d on which the Fairfield
hurch stands with the right of way
to the spring, called the Church Spring.
Also all that ether tract of land,
sitnted in Fairfield County aforesaid,
being part of the tract of land form
erly known as the Nelson tract, con
taining One Hundred and' Seventy
nd One-half Acres, and bounding
north on lands now or late of Johni
Brce, east on-lands now or late known
as the Institution tract, south on lands
now or late of James Copes, and west
n lands now or late ot Mrs. Young.
Aso all that other tract of land,
itated in Fair field Counrty aforesaid,
ng part of the lands known as the
- tract, containing Fifty-eight Acres,
ud bounding north on lar ds now or
late of Mrs. Sarah McCanits and partly
n nds now or late of Win. Olney,
onth ou lands now or late of A. M.
Cart ledge, and west on lands now or
late utf A M. Cartledge.
The above will be sold together as
TERMs OF SALE.
One-third of the purchase money to
be paid in cash, tihe balance to be paid
in two equal successive annual instal
nts from the day of tale with inter
est thereon, payable semi-annually
from ii'said day: of sale, the- credit.
ornif4tb par'chsioney to be
eured by the bond or bonds of the
purchaser or purchasers, to be given
In such sum or sums as the Master I
ay require for the purposes of divi
sion among the parties hereto, said
onds to be secured by mortgage of
t.e premises sold, the buildings on
said premises .to be insured and the .
olicies~~assigned. The- purchaser ori
purchaers to pay all taxes payab'e
atier the date of sale and the Master
for papers, and to have the option of
paying all cash.
G. II. SASS.
D. rk Noedpt Satr@ SIip@ f FREE.
>ld of Spring.
up some very handsome new
.rge Pearl Buttons to match.
Silk Waisit Goods.
I Muslins are very cheap and
)bby line in this department.
ich to admire in my stock of
ses' and Children's Slippers;
re the very best makes.
the most complete line in the
to look at my line of Pants.
fascinating. They are down
I have a great many odds
ices less than the cost of the
[ Hats for spring wear.
g in Glothing. If you have
sick. You must remember
incurs no obligation to pur
,- - Gagr.
Apples and Cabbage,
Apples and Cabbage,
Glenn Springs Water,
Glenn Springs Water.
Shad Wednesday and Satur
AND SALE SABLES.
I STILL H AVE ON H AND
SoR 8 for sae.*
A FEV GOOD MARES.
A FEW BUGGIES.
L FEW SECOND.HAND WAGONS.
L FEW MILCH COWS,
I will sell cheap for cash or exchange
hem for dry cattle.
Winnsboro, S. C.
. J. QUATTLEBAUM, D D S.
wiWRRN'ORO. b. C.
Please Gall at the Corner Stor3
We have some Winter Dress Goods, Clothing, Shoes, &c.,.which we wish
to exchange for a few
COME - AND - SEE - THE - GOODS.
That will give you a good stand in your garden add make fine vegetables, will
arrive in a few days.
ONION SETS NOW IN STORE.
SEED IRISH POTATOES NOW IN STORE.
We think we have the best Irish Potato that grows. We have tried them
ard have questioned many others who have also grown them. - The verdict is, -
thev are the best. Potato nearly round, skin red, meat white and cooks dry;
earlier than the Early Rose; is more productive and keeps well. Try them
and give us your opinion. Respectfully,
J. M. BEATY & BRO.
All parties indebted to us must make ariange
ment for immediate settlement. We must'have the
money, or paper satifactorily secured. Having de
cided to go into a new business it is absolutely neces
sary that our business here be closed up at once.
All parties owing us will be given a reasonable time
.....to settle; after that all unpaid notes or accounts.due
us will be placed in suit.
T II. KETCHIN & CO..
Headquarters tor Millinery.
"fii 'END UNTRIMED LADIES', MISSES' Ai)DCHILDREN'S
Oats in all th~e latest shapes. A large stockof Ribbons, Faticy Feathers, Birds
and Tips. Fancy Pins, Buckles, Velvets, Silks, Crepes and other goods per
taining to this department. As we have a- large stock of these goods which
must be sold in season, we have marked our prices. on them down. Now is
your time to come and buy at J. 0. BOAG'S.
>sStaple 'Dry Goods a
' Novelty and Solid Color Dresw Goods of various
styles and material. with Trimmitigs for same.
Fancy Goods and Notions as low as the lowest.
Q Come and see for bargainis at
/--J. O, BOAG'S. -
SheHats and other goods usually found in a general merchandise store to
be found at . .J. O.BOAG'S.
Furniture, Sewing Machines, Cooking Stoves, Organs, Buggies, Surreys,
Road Carts, and One and Two-horse Wagons.
W. L .DoUGLASPaciaMchit,
$3 SHOE FOR .it4.Cashv Tol
gos2.WORKlN6M~ Ca- earEgns olrCto
$2-- ETRA FINE-' GnTrhrsIneorSft
ATGoodAssortent o Machie Sup
w.e On. silon &sio esWieo alade hma hi
Theygivethebestvale fo U,,moa~j havWELL
( Fothrst . C has s erChine Tool .
FromSi t $3 ave eroeCThi rei paargain e Boirs Cof
Gin, hrehes, njctosOSaet
7- idgwayS. . alvS, etc,
...~ ervou~rtA' Siood byssmortent ofWahinto Sar
negHcdahe nrte (wic cost wner them0) at4hei
~~ sthernh smot. and Chesrotely, .C
TobacTois mad will s ear aaiite first of
- ~* mest my 3lae- 24yfel -o
the Brain, causng MIw lnsanityarnd Death; Fr.
~aturs vio and doube e joys oIecues 7Osao ihu nuac
corrhca and Female weamess. A month's treat-pablindvc.
e 6 bouaes t cus. o r w agi0sgesricpy
WINNSB3OJo DRUG sTORE 31 otclo .C
Apply"M of Potoe. -
T. It.DOULWmadeI widg erweya limited mer ofu~
mares at mXplace-"Farfielddaoc