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LOCAL INTELL !.,L-NCE
Thursday, May 30, ;: 815
Prepare for Fly Time-McMaster &
1 ocal Ure1a
-Sammer is with us to stay now,
if we are to take Wednesday as an
-The committee having in charge
the arrangement for uniforming the
fire department report fair progres.
This should meet hearty response from
-Mrs- Habenicht begs your attention
to her advertisement of to-day.
Choice crackers, candies, canned goods,
family groceries, etc., are kept always
on hand and fresh. Give her a call.
-Ex-Gov. Bob Taylor, of Tennessee,
has been delighting North Carolina
audiences with isw lecture, "The Fiddle
and the Bow." 'Tis said to be a gem.
We recommend him to our literary
-The arrangements for Living
Chess are progressing rapidly, and
very satisfactorily. The drill will be
a very pretty one undoubtedly-the
costuming being its strong point. The
"Dream of Fair Women" it is hardly
necessary to ay will be a thing of
-Why wiil not some energetic fel
low-citizen put up a bathing place near
town? A small admissidn fee would
pay for the expense of erecting and
keeping it in order a short while.
There are wouli-be patrons of such an
-iustitution" in large and entbusiastic
iumbers we venture to say.
-The fire company drill of Tuesday
evening was one of the best so far.
The reel races furnish ani incentive for
improvement in this line, and the way
the two squads handle the hose is very
gratifying. The time of 32 seconds
was made by Diretor Douglass' squad
Tuesday. This is fast lime and will be
difficult to reduce.
- McMaster & Co. beg to call your
attention from the dispensary and
registration decisions to things more
immediately concerning you. The hot
weather is here together with the
flies. For this nuisance they have
fly-fans. fly-paper, etc. Paris green
for potato bugs, and beans for replant
ing where the bugs have made it neces
sary. Harness enamel for beautifying
-Among the Alabama exhibits of
the Negro D~epartment of the Cotton
States and International Exposition.
will be an original musical production
for a brass band, entitled, "Atlanta
Eposition Quick Step," which is the
work of two of the Negro musical
teachers employed at the Tuskegee
Normal and fndustrial Institute, of
which the chief commissioner o.f
Alabama, Booker T. Washington, is
president. The production is by N.
Gaston Daniels and W. E. Hn'tt. The
production, by a Boston colored man,
H, C. Jerome, which will be a part of
the musical exhibit.
UNCLAX3IED LETTERs.-The follow
ing is a list of unclaimed letters in the
W. B. Bibb, Miss Ida Bayard, Mrs,
Mittie Clarke, Miss Lizzie Thomas,
Mr. D. Y. Time, Mr. Tom Washing
Persons calling for the above named
letters will please state they are ad
TND WATER SUPPL.--The follow
las is the .report of the policeman on
the water supply measurements taken
on Monday morning:
Court -hense cistern..........16 -
Depet cistern..............14 10
Elliott's cistern.............. 9 5
Neil's cistern.............. .15 -
Phillips' cistern...........10 2
Cmnings' Cistrn......... ..15 6
Miss Maggie Steveson left Tuesday
f.r a visit to relatives in and around
Mr. Wilbur Brown, of N.w Or
leans, was in, town vesterday.
Ma.j. and Mrs G. F. Steadma~n, ac
companied by Miss May, their dliugh
ter, are visiting Prof. Witherow.
Mr. C. P Wray, of Ridgeway. was
ii town Wednesday.
.W. J. Ellt*, Esq , left Wednesday
to attend the annual meeting of the
State Press Association at Samter,
S. C. This body will go on a few
days' trip to Richmond, Wa-hington
and points around Virginia.
Comnmencemnent exercises of Virginia
College, Roanoke, Va., will occur as
Mas 31-School of Es.cutien, at
8 p. Zn.
Saturday, June 1-Art Reception.
Su'~day, Junie 2-Commencement
~erumon by Dr. S. A. Steele, of Nasb
Monday, Jane 3-Annual Concert,
at 8p. m).
Tuesday, at 8 p. m.-Closing comn
a ekcement exer cises, awarding diplo
mas, conferring degrees, etc.
W. A . blhnuis, Preeideust.
bacCIen'U Arntea Salve.
TrH~ i3B~sr .NA.Lv1-, r the Worl: l (Or .
i3rui>.e, s~ea Ulcers, .-alt ;sheumu, Fen-.r
';.na,. and alt Skin Erutions, and -m.
toely cures Piles, or no pay regi. rt -.
- raende t r,'v*-e 1ericeet .r
DEATH OF MRS.M1ARTA RABB.
Mrs. Martha Rabb, widow of the
late Eber Rabb, died at her home near
Winnsboro Wednesday at 12 o'clock.
She had been ill for a long while and
her death was not unexpected. Mrs.
Rabb was about seventy-two years of
age, and was a member of the Baptist
Church during the greater part of her
lifetime. She leaves two children, Mr.
W. R. Rabb and Mr. E. A. Rabb, who
were both with her at her death.
The funeral services will be held at
the Baptist Church to-day at 12.30
o'clock, and her remains interred in
the Rabb burying-ground at the old
home on Jackson Creek.
An adjourned meeting of Bethel
Presbytery was held on Friday, 24th,
in Zion Church at Lowrysville.
Rev. T. C. Ligon, of the South Caro
lina Presbytery, presented a letter of
disniiss'on to Bethel Presbytery and
after the usual examination he was
received and his name enrolled.
Calls from Zion and Uriel Churches
were placed in the hands of Rev. T. C.
Ligon and accepted by him. He was
installed pastor of Zion Church on
Friday afternoon by a committee of
Rev. J. K. Hall, Rev. M. R. Kirk
patrick and Rev. D. N. McLauchlin.
The installation services of Uriel will
be held on Saturday, June 1st.
Rev. A. G. Jones presented a letter
of dismission from Holston Presbytery
in Tennessee, and was examined by
Presbytery receivedIand enrolled. Mr.
Jones will supply the chappels in the
Rock Hill churches and Hopewell.
The commission, appointed at the
regular meeting in Yorkville to visit
Salem Church made their report to
Presbytery which was adopted. The
pastoral relation between the Rev.
G. T. Bourne and Salem Church was
dissolved. Mr. Bourne offered his
resignation of the pastorate of Mizpah
Church and the church was cited to
appear at the fall meeting of Presby
tery to show cause why the resignation
of their pastor should not be ac::epted.
Rev. M. R. Kirkpatrick-.and Ruling
Elder J. E. Craig were appointed a
permanent committee on Sabath
Schools, to report at the spring meeting
Licentiate A. J. Anderson was at
his request dismissed to Suwanee
Kershaw, Heath Springs and Beaver's
Creek churches were permitted to em
ploy Licentiate Chas. Montgomery, of
Harmony Presbytery, for four and a
Rev. W. K. Boggs was permitted to
abor for part of his time outside the
bounds of this Presbytery.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Rl~i, S. C., May 27.-The soee
The whole quarry atte&riat the
picnic at Bethel, and all join in saying,
"what a good time we had."
Late arrivals at~ Hotel Rutland;
H. C. Sherman, N. Y.; J. R. Gold
smith, N. Y.; K. Roland, Athens, Ga.;
G. Spark, Boston, Mass.; L. Q. Sass,
Gloucester, Mass.; C. Benkin, Chicago,
Ill.; J. Bainbridge, Bridgeport, Conn.;
L. S. Johnson, Birmingham, Ala.
Miss Eva Roberts is a guest of Mr.
and Mrs. R. T. Roberts, she arrived
May 23, 1895, in the morning.
Some of the low country truck
farmers would do well by paying
Rion a visit and looking at the gardens
of Messrs. Walling, Jamison and Sam
Powell, and then to visit Mr. C. L.
Smith and see his potato crop.
The bicycle craze is somewhat abated,
both wheels are in the hands of Black
smith, and both of the riders ordering
Our silver-tongued orator begs me
to say that he is now on the stump
advocating an "-orphan asylum."
means so much moreth
you imagine-serious and
fatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
If you are feeling
out of sorts, weak
r~wltand generally ex
ad can't work,
1131 medicine~which is
Brown's Iron Bit
ters. A few bot
B ties cure-benefit
tt@ cmes fromi the
teeth, anud i' s
Dyspepsla, Kidney and Liver
Co-etlpaton, Bad Blood
Malaria, Nervous ailments
Get only the genuine--it has cr ossed red
lines on the wrapper. All others are sub-.
stitutes. On receipt of two 2c. stamp~s w e
will send set of Ten Beau'tiful W' d's
Fair View anEd Abo"k-free. '
Xr. Editor; Please allow me space
in the valuable columns of your paper
to make a poetical address to the Gary
boys to inform them where we get our
The Gary boys fre angry
Since they heard the supreme horn
Say, "the Antis of Fairfield
Can get some mountain corn."
If you don't be angry,
Ill tell you what we'll do.
We will send and get a gallon. ..
And then call round on you-('tgent.)
And if you don't like it,
You are one among the few;
The most of the boys around here
Dote on the "mountain dew."
The whiskey is going to come down,
That we all can see;
The mountain boys will undersell
The South Carolina Dispensary.
You can send for five gallons,
But do not sell it blind,
For if John Gary catches you,
He'll make you pay a fine.
If yon have got your ticket,
Let you be young or old,
Just walk right up to the box
And stick it in the hole.
If you are not able
'fo read or write your name,
Ju't attend to your own business
And the rest can do the same.
The Supreme Court is no humbug,
Tht:. the people see;
[t's g ing to make the Antis
In vid South Carolina free.
Woodward, May 28.
THE SPRING POET
Harps About a Hop Near Hopp.
Mr. Editor: There will be an enter
tainment at the Crosby Institute, near
the residence of Mr. S. D. Crosby, on
Friday night, the 31st inst. The young
people of the community are cordially
invited to attend, and by their pres
ence help to make the entertainment a
success. We feel safe in saying to
those who will attend that we can in
sure them a pleasant time. Your
humble scribe has composed a few
verses of poetry on the occasion, and
I trust that there is nothing herein
that will incur censure er provoke
criticiim. I mean no reflection, and
if any one should take exceptions I
shall gladly retract and make any
It will be the ball of the season,
For they all think it, is in reason;
It will be a social event,
For they will all en pleasure be bent.
Uncle Peter Feaster will be there, and
he's past sixty-nine,
But he doesn't seem to be but a little
on the decline;
Uncle Petter has spent several years in
But to hear him play you would say
Peter's just at his best.
Mr. Wiley Coleman will be there, and
he's just past thirty-nine,
But to make music with his fiddlle and
bow, he's just fine;
Mr. Coleman has never gone West,
But as a musician he takes rank with
We will have an address by Mr. W. B.
We m'a~y expect an oratorical treat,
For at speech-making Mr. Ware's bard
Mr. Robt. Jeffares, yorur correspondent,
will be there and give a sketch,
To your many readers of whatever
transpires that he may "ketch;
Mr. Jeffares is always ever ready with
his pen in hand,
To write something for the upbuilding
of his fellowman.
Young ladies will all be there in their
It is them that the young men are sure
Young ladies, you must not come in a
If you do, en the boys you're sure to
make a mash.
Old men and ladies are invited,
To come and bring their coffee pots
So they can smoke and take a sup,
While the young people their love
matches make up.
Messrs. Tibe Crosby and Robt. Jeffares
will be marshals of the night,
If any boy misbehaves he'll have Tibe
and Bob to fight,
Or make his departire right away,
Long before the break of day.
As there has been no communica
tion from this section recently, I have
concluded to write a short piece in
connection with the announcement of
the entertainment and the few verses
Hlopp postoffice is on the mail route
running from Blair's to Albion, on
which route are the following post
offices: Buckhead, Hopp and Albion.
By the establishment of this route we
have the convenience of a daily mail.
Mr. W. B. Estes is the pstmaster at
this place, and has also built a new
store-house~ and opened a store. We
are gratified to learn that he is build-.
ing up a good trade. This new enter
prise, nnder the effic'ent management
of our esteemed friend, will be a great
convenience to the community, for
there is nto other store nearer than
Bckhead and Albion. We wish him
Several of our most enterprising
farmers in this section have been buy
ing cattle since Christmas. Messs
S. T. and John Clowney have large
droves of cattle. To use a cou.mnon
phrase, they are both "hustlers." In,
:eed, I might say we have a commi -
nity of people of thrift, industry, per
severance and intelligence suffieient
to carry their rff~rts to a successful
The farmers are getting along t.>lera
ly well with their work. The recett
old weather has greatly retanled the
rowth of the crops.
The health b f the comm unit' is tol
erably good. x.
Hopp, S. C., May 24, 1895.
rhn Baby was sick, we gave her Ca. ra
when she was aChild, she oried for Castoria.
whn ua.e became 3(Iss, she clung to Castoria,
whnl she had Chfldren, she gave hem Cea.a
I am now showing a great variety
of fancy Dress Goods and Silk Wais
colored dotted Swiss. A handsome 1
Sateens, Ginghams, Outings, Chambri
coes, white and black Lawns, white at
linen Sheeting, Table Damask, Scrim
Toweling, Table Napkins and DoylI
Special bargains in Hosiery this season
Some people have queer notions, but
body. Fix your attention on this, you
and Summer Neckwear. My stock of
thing nice in a Linen Wash Tie.
Low-cut and Half Low-cut Shoes.
children's Slippers ever seen in this to
When you want a Trunk, Valise, or
You can afford to dress yourself an(
prices are low indeed. My variety is 1
fine assortment of Boys' Knee Pants.
In quality I am on top. In price I al
Goods exchanged or money refunded
Jl L. MIl
Q. D. WILLIF0
From a letter written by Rev. J. Gun
derman, of Dimotidale, Mich,, we are per
mitted to make this extract: "I have no
hesitation in recommending Dr. King's
New Discovery, as the results were almost
marvelous in the case of my wife. While
I was pastor of the Baptist Church at
Rives Junction she was brought down with
Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe. Ter
rible paroxysms of coughing would last
hours with little interruption and it seemed
as if she could not survive them. A
friend recommended Dr. King's New Dis
covery; it was quick in its work and high
ly satisfactory in results." Trial bottles
free at McMaster & Co.'s Drug Store.
Regular size 50c. and 1.00 *
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
For Over Fifty Years
MRS. WINSLow'S SooTHING SYRUP has
been used for over fifty years by' milh ons
f mothers for their children while teeth
in&", with perfect success. It soothes the
hild, softens the gums, allays all pain,
ures wlnd colic, and is the best remedy
for Diarrhcea. It will relieve the poor lit
le sufferer immediately. Sold by Drug
gists in every part of the world. Twenty
fve cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
"Mrs. Wins'low's Soothing Syrup," and
ke no other kind. 5-26t xly
Children Cry for-Pleher'~$ '
A Fly Trap
In the house would aid greatly in
diminishing the number of fies. We
TANGLEFOOT FLY PAPER,
and INSECT POWDER.
Paris Green for Tobacce and
Get your harness and buggy in
apple-pie order by using
J. I. C Harness Dressing and
Enamel Coach Paint.
Another plantinig of Beans would be
in order; also Golden Dent Corn.
Come to see us to get suited.
MMASTER & CO.
Unider Winn,-boro Hotel.
Save time, money and
doctors' bills. Go where you please,
when you please, as fast as you
please. Find pleasure, health and
economy all in one.
Rambler Bicycles are the acme of
mechanical perfection. Strong. du
rable and reliable, with not an ounce
of useless material. The Rambler
is the wheel for record breakers and
for pleasure seekers.
Various models, all the same price
-$oo-catalog tells all about them
-free, of course.
60RMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. Co.,
WASHINGOoN. 0. e.
etter than cure. Tutt's Liver
Pills will not only cure, but if
aken in time will prevent
yspepsia, biliousness, malaria,
onstipation, jaundice, torpid
iver and kindred diseases.
UTT'S Liver PILLS
ith a Jump.
of black Dress Goods; also a nice line
Goods. Something new in white and
)t of Percals, Cotton and Linen Duck,
6ys, Shirting, Scherioth, Challies, Cali
id black checked Nainsooks, cotton and
s, Cretons, white Quilts, Towels and
es. A big line of new Dress Linings.
I have Notions to please any and every
Dg men:. A complete new line of Spring
Neglige Shirts are beautiful. Some
The largest stock of ladies', misses' and
Satchel, I can please you.
I boys in the latest style now as my
too large to specify all the styles. A
n at the bottom.
- - Maagor.
FRESH FLORIDA CABBAGE.
J. Winslow Jones' Canned Corn,Sliced
Pineapples, Columbia River Salmon,
Cove Oysters, French Olives and
Mustard, Chow Chow Pickles,
Flaccus Brothers Tomato Cat
sup. Lea & Perrin's Wor
cestershire Sauce, Leg
gett's Cracked Oats and
Momnaja Coffees, Milk, Lunch and
Soda Crackers, Nicknacks, Stick and
French Candy, Marshmellows, Og
burn, Hill & Co.'s "Choice," and
R. & W. Tobacco-"Log Barn"-best
five certs tobacco on the market.
ettes. The best line of Cigars in town,'
at any price you want. Cudahay's
Crown City Hams and "Rex" brand of
Lard. A few Breakfast Strips left at
ten cents per pound.
A new barrel of best New Orleans
Molasses to arrive to-day.
Come and see us.
Notice to Land 0 wuers.
OFFICE OF COufr SUTPERYISOR,
WINNSBORO, S. C., May 18, 1395.j
Section 1273. "All land1 owners of
Fairfield County shall remove from the
running streams upon their lands all
trash, trees, rafts and timber during
the months of May and August in each
Section 1.994. "Any person convicted
of violating the foregoing section shall
be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor
and shall be punished by a fine of not
less than five nor more than fifty dol
lars or be imprisoned not less than ten
nor more than thirty days."
Attention is called to the above law
(Sections 1273 and 1274, Revised Stat
utec, 1892,) and all persons concerned
are duly warned that the same will be
By order of County Board of Cum
B. G. TENNANT,
Supervisor Fairfield County.
$3 SHOE man
.- FRENC1I&DNMELLEDCAW, .
$2.$I7. 3 SCffliL5llE1
OvrOeMillion People wear the C
W. L.Douglas $3& $4Shoes
All our shoes are equally satisfactory
Thygve the betvau for temonej
Th7eq-3 so Rid eay I. sC.ean
Thei eaing qon is a re Americass
The ricestareN Dnirn-tam ons.e
IFoude cnnot by .yuw~n olb
E . j. JO N Os,
~WP~J~Ll Send for ProspetL
pFI ' givingHL fGe noralmaon.
Please Call at t
We have some Winter Dress Goodi
to exchange for a few
COME - AND - SE
That will give you a good stand in you
arrive in a few days.
ONION SETS NOW IN S'
SEED IRISH POTATOES
We think we have the best Irish F
ind have questioned many others who:
they are the best. Potato nearly round
arlier than the Early Rose; is more 1
ind give us your opinion, Respectfull
J. M. BEA'
PERTAINING TO THE GRAZING OF COWS.
Be it enacted and ordained by the
[tendant and Wardens of the town
)f Winnsboro in Council met and by
the authority of the same:
That the grazing of cows on the
Atreets of Winnsboro shall be lawful,
Mcept as hereinafter provided.
Provided, That grazing shall not be
3ermitted on Congress Street, nor on
ast Washington Street, nor on Zion
treet north of East Washington.
Provided, further, That each cow
hall be securely haltered and held
arbile grazing. and that the grazing of
:ows shall only be permitted between
he hours of 6 A. M. and 6 P. M.
Provided, further, That any one of
lending against the provisions of this
3rdinance shall be fined twenty-five
:ents for each and every offence.
That all Ordinances and parts of
)rdinances inconsistent with this Or
inance be and the same are hereby
Done in Council this 15th day of
May, 1895, and with the corpo
'L. s.] rate seal of the town afixed.
JAS. W. H ANAHAN,
Attest: J. A. RINNANT, Clerk.
BXCAN E FED
ANID SALE SABLES.
I STIL L H AVE ON HAND
6OR 8 Young Mule
A FEW GOOD MARES.
A FEW BUGGIES.
A FEW SECOND-HAND WAGONS
A FEW MILCHI COWS,
I will sell cheap for cash or exchange
them for dry cattle.
Winnsboro, S. C.
[If You Want to Know How
Good Buggies are Made,
Our seat frames are made of white
sh, thoroughly glued together at corn
rs and a symmetrical skirt cut on
Panels are made oval by arranging
he machine with a special rig we have
otten up, so that wheni the seat is
iished it presents a convex surface,
hs causing the varnish to show to
ood advantage, and givinx the vehicle
Shandsome appearance. teats are
borougbly ironed to a piattern so that
ey are all alike, and backs and tops
~e initerchangeable. The advantage
f this is that if you have one of our
iggies and want a enshion, back or
op we can send you one to fit. Panele
*"e made of Blae Ridge Mountain
Our seats are made by Mr. Cicero
iore with a competent corps of as
We proudly challenge the world to
o ? pare seats wlt b us.
Mr. W. M. Patrick, of Woodward,
as recen:ly accepted the agency foI
ur product in his vicinity, anid will
e pleased to explain to you the merits
f the "PREMIUMl CAROLINA
AROiN - BG Y -0.,
Yorkville, S. C.
a. . nrATTAEAUm~m D D n .
ie Corner Store;
, Clothing, Shoes, &c., which we wisk
E - THE - GOODS.
r garden and make fine vegetables, will
NOW IN STORE.
otato that grows. We have tried them
have also grown them. The verdict is,
, skin red, meat white and cooks dry;
roductive and keeps well. Try them
[Y & BRO.
As we wish to make room for
Spring stock, we have marked
our heavy Winter Goods, such as
WOOLEN PIECE GOODS,
way down out of sight. . The
winter is not yet gone and
YOU WILL NEED
We will beat "between season"
prices to death.
When times are hard and money
YOU W4NT YOUR DOLLAR TO
We will give you more for ONE
DOLLTA R than any one else.
We will treat you' right and
save you money.
Checked Homespun, at Sc. per yd
White Homespun at Sc. per yd
Will beat the record on Flour
Ai MACDONAL & CO,,
Blackstock, S. C.
T. X. L. LIA Jj wh9i
Great Pain Alleviator.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Toothache,
Headache, old in all its -forms, Cuts,
Sores Bruises, Sprains and Lameness,
Diarrlaea and Cholera Morbus, Col.
and all Bowel Troubles.
It alway relieves when properly ap
T. X. L. COMPANY.
C. M. DEMPSEY, Manager,
South Carolina Div., 230 Main Street,
Columbia, S. C.
For sale by
John H. McMaster & Co., Winnsboro
5. C., and Drs. Linder &k Team, and
GL Rosboro, Ridgewa ,N SY-.an
W. 0. McKEOWN & SONS,
First Class Machine Tools
Can repair Engines, Boilers, Cotton
Gins, Threshers, Injectors, Safety
*Best Classes of Machinery for Sale 3
A Good Assortment of Machine Sup
plies kept in Stock for sale.
Write or call and see the:.' at their
(Southern B. R.) Chester Co., S. C.
This will appear again the first o
next month. CL19-1ly