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OCAL INTELLIGENCE
Tharaday, June 2, - - -18
LOCAL BRIEIS.
-See Supervisor's report.
-Mr. and Mrs. Saml. Cathcart, Jr.,
will give a moonlight picnic to-night
complimentary to their friends.
-I offer the balance of my millinery
stock at cst. Persons desiring any
thing in this line will do well to call
before purchasing.
Mrs. J. D. McCarley.
-Rev. Jabez Ferris will preach next
Sunday morning on "What the New
Testament teaches concerning bap
t!sm." After the services the doors of
the church will be opened to receive
any who may desire to follow Him
who said, "Thus It becometh n-to
fulfil all righteousness."
FOE sALE.
Cotton Seed Meal.
M. W.Doty k Co.
WANTED.
6 to 10 shares Winnsboro Bank
stock. Apply to
J. C. Caldwell.
Dr. W. H. Wakesold,
of Charlotte, N. C., will be in Winns
boro at the Winnsboro Hotel, on
Tharsday, June 2nd, this day only.
His practice is limited to the eye, ear,
nose and throat. adv
ADDITIONAL TELEHONE wNXEMS.
Subseribers will please add the fol
lowing numbers to their lists:
J. Z, Mconald, residence, 53.
G. H. McMaster, residence, 61.
H. E. Ketchin, residence, 33
Jas. A. Brice, residence, 27.
R. B. Hanahan, residence, 26.
SABRIED,
4diss Lilla Ketchin to Rev. McZlwes
Ross, formerly of York County, now
of Oxford, Pa , on Wednesday, by
Rev. C. E. McDonald assisted by Rev.
Jno. T.Chalmers and Rev. Mr. John
son.
Mr. and Mrs. Rose left on the north
bound train for Pennsylvania. A full
account of the wedding will appear
in our next issue.
Prof. C. S. Matthews, of Aiken, is
at home.
Misses Parmater and Pixley arrived
mn town from Farmingtoni on Wednes
day.
Edgar Matthews .has gone to Ridge
-way to see about a telephone between
that place and Columbia.
Lawrence Porter leaves for Edge
field te.dy to assist in puttint ma
chinery inthe EdgeeldOtton factory.
AN sEe WITH AX emE.
A gentleman from the country sent
as an egg which had a distinct map on
it, ad he declared that he found it in
the hen's nest in this condition. We
have tried to decipher the map, and
we ink it has -the United States on
it, the Phillipmne Islandi, Hawaiian
Islands and several other countries
which we were unable to designate.
It is an enigma, and will be left in this
office for expert interpreters. What
- may be the omen of this egg in the
p,reeent war we do not know.
A rAITrUgLr AgnrMA GONE.
On Monday Mr. Q. D. Williford's
family horse become sick, and on
Wednesday she died. A reporter
watched her with much sympatby
during her illness. He knew that she
had been a kind, gentle and faithfal
animal, and it gave pain to the report
er to see how she suffered. Mrs.
Williford was very fond of the ani
mal, and everything was done to make
her "slipping awa" just as easy as
-possible. A few minutes prior to her
death a heavy dose of chloroform was
administered to make death as pain
less as possible.
SUNDAY SCHOOL. CONTENTION AT
eROOKED RUN.
The sunday School convention at
Crooked Ran church (Baptist) was
held on Friday the 27th of May and
cantinued through the 29.h of May.
It was well attended by delegat*s
from the differeuit churches. Mr. WV.
R. Rabb was chosen president, B. H.
Yarborough vice-president, and W.
G. Hinnant secretary.
Rev. Mr. Willonghby was to have
delivered an address on the use of
blackboards and lesson pictures, but
he died just a few days before the
convention, and in the afternoon seve
ral speeches were made as to his work
as a missionary. These were kind of
memorial exercises. Mr. Willouthby
did a great deal among cotton factories
in Columbia, especially, and some
very eloquent tributes were paid to
his memory by Rev. H. K. Ezell and
Esr. Jabez Ferris.
Sanday Mr. D. H-. Ruff and Dr.
T. B. McKinstry spoke on the subjset:
'How we huave been benelted by the
* meeting " The whole community en
joyed the exercises, and regretted
when the convention adjourned.
Nuekie='s Arnica saI.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
~ 2' 3ruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
* Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chillblans, Corns, and .all Skin Erup
* tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required, It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refund
ei. Price 25 cen&a per box. ?'or sale
by McMaster Co..
Co mmcncetsent at S cdemy
College is alwai-ia occasion that
brings with it a large company of
visitors from North Carolina '-nd
other Sta e<. TWis year the occlein
was one of unusual interest becaus!
everything paased off in so smooth and
satisfactory a manner, and because
the number of visitors was unusuallf
large. Tb :n too the number of diss
tinguished vi'itors was larger than
usual, s) taken altogether the com
mencement of 189b may be justly said
to have been the most successful for
the past ten years.
The Baccalaureate sermon was de
livered by the Rev. H. A. Brown,
D. D., and the large Moravian Church
was flled to its utmost capacity to
hear his earnest and eloquent effort.
Monday evening the opening con
cert took place. The crowd seeking
admission was so great that it was
impossible to get near the door half
an hour before the opening of the con
cert. A terrible thunder storm raged
during a portion of the concert and
the i young ladies deserved special
credit for the cool and collected man
ner in which they performed their
parts notwithstanding) the fdashing
lightning and the rolling thunder.
Tuesday was given over to the
Seniors. They read their essays, had
fan in connection with class day, gave
the company good music, and had a
good time generally.
Wednesday was Alumnae day and
the exercises were given over to the
former entirely. There were pre
sented two beautiful memorials, one
a large bust of the famous edacator
John Amos Comenius, the other a ine
iron grill work fence, These me
morials cost between. $200 and $300.
In addition to this the old pupils pre
sented between $300 and $400 to the
Centennial Memorial Chappel. to be
erected in the year 1902. In the night
the grand concert was given. It was
a grand efort indeed. The afternoon I
banquet was attended by more than f
200 guests, and is always one of the ]
most brilliant affairs of the year in the 4
city.
Thursday. morning closed the pro- 4
gramme of the week, when thirty- 4
eight young ladies received their dl- 4
plomas in the regular college class and 4
about a seore more received diplomas
in the special departments. It was a 4
beautiful sight to see the young ladies 4
gathered on the platform in their 4
white Oxford caps and gowns. and g
with the great bank of water lillies ir 4
their midst. The picture was one that 4
will net soon be forgotten. 4
The school was particularly fortu- 4
nate in the speakers. We have already 4
alluded to the Rev. Mr. Brown. The 4
Alumnae had Mrs. Judge Cobe as A
their speaker and the orator of Thurs- 4
ay mtorning was Judge Advocate 'd
(sneral Lemly, LL. D., United States 4
Navy. Iu addition to this list there 4
were present Mrs. Gov. Russell, and ,l
we may add a score or more of persons a
who held positions of distinction of
ne kind or another. 4
The year just closing has been a ;4
great one foi this old college, and the 4
Beats the Elondike.
Mr. A. C. Thomas, of Marysville,
Te., has found a more valuable dis
covery than has yet been made in the
Kondike. For years he suffered un
told agony from consumption, accom
panied by hemorrhages; and was ab
solutely cured by Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds. He declares that gold is
o little value in comparison with this
marvelous cure; wonid have it, even
if it cost a hundred dollars a bottle.
As thma Bronchitis and. all throat and
lugaioins are positively cured by
Dr. Kig's New Discovery for Con
sumption. Trial bottles free at Mc
Muster Co.'s Drug Store. Reglr.a
size 50) ets. and $1.00. Guaranteed to
cure or price refunded. 2
Ner Over Nifty Years. -
Ms. WiNsLow's SOOTHING STEUF
has been used for over fifty years by
uillios of mothers for their children I
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the gums, e
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is
the best rensedy for diarrhaa. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer imme
diately. Sold by druggists in every
part of the world. Twenty-live centsc
a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take
no other kind. 8-26tx1y
CASTORIA.
For Infanits and Childrmn.
The Kli You Hlave Alwayp hught
Bears the
VIGIlRMEI
Essity,Quiokty, Permanently Restored
MAGNEJIC NIERY itEn
alln if Memothesul fOer-wr.Wry
iknes, Errors of Youth or Over-indulgene
Price 0sad 51: Ce xes $s.
aiy, us ELO L L PcILdobe
srnh-wilgv reng! and tone toev prt
FEAbote of the famous Japanese Liver
leswil be given with a$sr box or more of Mag
netic Nervine. tree. Sold only by
J. J.3OBEAR, Druggist,
Winnsboro, S.'C.
MADE ME A MAN
. bine .. ean a..a..a. aL
Fo sl by JKO . ur .'Mrss
JAPAAE$
ANew and Complete Treatment, cosrP=
SUPP~OSITORIES, Capsules of Ointment
Boxes of Ointment. A never-failing cure f
ofeveryatureand deee. It aakesn bf=
with the knifewhcu vaifhLan te u,
m n esrt 6 for
" s4ac ae Wltamarautesiu
L.-,No Cure, No. and ta bo:
an mr, 25. ad bo&the
0NSTIPAT1N**'''"***t Pivan
det LIVER d STOMA REGULATO171
BLO RFE.Small, mild and plea
to take : esecialy adapted for children's useil
doses 25cents.
FiEE.-A vial of these famonslittk Pelets .
be ynwith a $z box or more of Pile Cure.
CuaE for sale only by
J. J OBEAR, Druggit,
Winusboro, S. C.
"7EPORT OF
Cotopr o w
CLAIMS APPROVD ANDISAPPROYED
AT TH LAST MEETING O THE
BOARD OF COUNTT COMMIS
SIONERS HELD ON MAY
14, 1898.
The following claims were examined
and approved on State Case fund of
1898:
No. A
166 R s Ellison,
07 A J McGill,
558 M D .Coy.in, - 1
159 J is C Pickett, - - 400
L) I, W Ruf, 10420
L61 E G Palmer, .4'00
65 P M 3 Holley, 200
63 D L Stevenson, 100 00
64 L L Bolick, 18'75
?5 G S Hinnant, ($12.75) not -
allowed, 0 00
66 Lula McScord, 3 80
67 R E Ellison,
68 R EEllisen, 30000
69 T M Cathcart, 3760
:70 D H Robertson, 200
71 D E McDowell, 18 75
:72 W B Smith, 5 00
The following claims were examined
d approved on Road and Bridge
and of 1898:
lo Amount.
28 J W Russell, $ 315
29 W B Creight, . - 42 2f
30 G Y Langford, 1245
31 Bill Jones, 1000
32 Charles Robinson, 11 00
33 S B Morgan, 1100
34 A D Hood, 2000
35 T K Elliott, 6 10
6 S G Huey, 550
48 W R Aiken, 17 00
49 Simon McIntosh, 3 15
50 J W Holis, 10
51 D G Smith, 450
52 W J L Weir, 3500
53 Jno R Pickett, 1 50
54 Lazarus Johnston, 4 00
:55 C B Eabb, 5 00
1 JC Hoffman, .211
2 S BClow ney, 29 80
53 J HGibson, 13 00
4 Jno )[ Turner, 215
5 Joo S Stone, 3
6 WRHGibbsk&Co, -94
7 A MPark,4
8 1f J Johnson, 1
89 W J Johnson, 11
90 Jno P Matthews, 77
1 BGTnnant,
194 C E Uathcart, 0
195 Jno D) McCarley & Co,
196'W J Crawford,
197 J B Burley, 1600
198 S B Morgan, - 10
199 Charlie Robinson, 11j0
i6 Bill Jones, 10) 03
17 J C Picket (*1.66), not al
lowed, OO0
1 A D Hoo>d, 20 00
The following claims were examined
d approved on Poor House fund of
o. Amount.
7 T G Cameron, $1500
138 Henry Boulware, 5 00
139 B Q Montgomery, 9.00
140 Jno D Palmer, 26 95
41 Mansel McClintock, 3003
143 S CBroom, 230
145 CBBRabb, 6 00
46 MW Dotyk&Co, 10 45
147 J WTeamn,69
L79 Calvin C Weir, 1004)
36 B G Tennant, 255
)3JC Buchanan, 11 00
04 B W Phillips, 375
05 W EAiken, 12 50
06 U McClntock, 1 80
07 T F? Mitchell, 6 25
The following claims were examined
nd approved on Public Building fund
i 1898.
lo. Amounit.
73 J U Elliott, 010 00
74 W E oCogswell, 6 00
7 Preston Rion, 4 00
176 Henry Heims, 9 00
177 Jnto D Smart, 38 07
178 S R Johnston, 2 0
12 Jno D Smart,200
13 R W Phillips, -175
The following claims were exam
ned and approved on the State Case
'nd of 189&'
(0, Amount.
0 WV B Wright, $10 00
~01 mD CColvin, 10 00
02 Jno S Stone, 10 00
I do certify that the above statement
,s a correct 'copy of claims approved
nd disapproved at the last meeting
)f the County Board held on May
14,1898.
B. G. TENNAN"P,
6-2 County Supevisor F. C.
For Sale.
I WILL OFFER FOR SAL4E BE
bre the Court House in Winnsboro,
)n salesday in June, the lot upon which
itood the store recently occupied by
U. Landecker, if not sold sooner. The
ot extends from Main street to the
railroad.
W. C. BEATY,
5 1td President..
Final Notice
To alll'eros Oii Tmv Taxes
Notice is hereby given to all persons
wng taxes to the town of Winnsboro
o pay the same to John J. Neil, Clerk
f Connel, on er before the lit day-.of
nne, at his office No. 4 Law Range.
After that day, executions 'against
property will be issued in every case
delinquent without exception.
RAGSDALE k RAGSDALE,
Attorneys and Counsellors for the
Town Council..
3rd May, 1898.
iir ^ di a e,crd s, ('s
exeption whasoever.]
FOR PROBATE'JUDGE.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for re-election to the office &
Judge of.Probate; subject to the Dem
oratic primary.
S. I JOHNSTON.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of Probate Judge
or Ysirfield .County, subject to the
action of the Democratic primaries.
JNO. J. NEIL.
SeOUSE OF BEPRESENTATIVES.
hereby announce myself a candi.
Tate. for re-election -to a s3at in the
6ouse'of Representatives from Fair.
115sy; -subject to the action of
ocratic primaries.
J. G. WOLLING.
for re-election to the Gene ra
ly, subject to the action of the
tic primary.
R. A. MEARES.
*ends of Mr. E. B. BAGSDALE
11y nominate him for the
f Representatives, subject to
ocratic primary.
by announce myself a candi
election to the General As
abject to the primary.
J. B. MORRISON.
NTY R.
bannounce myselft can'
-idaarerof Fairfield unty,
tthe action of the Demoratic
sub .
- W. W. CROSBY.
y ,inounce iyself'a candi
Treasurer of Fairiteld County,
d to the action of the Demo
11 'Mary or.-primaries.
c HUGH S. WYLIE.
UNTY SUPERVISOR.
announce myself a candi
i herCounty Supervisor of Fair
date foibect to the action of the
field; afic primaries.
Democri' JNO. A. STEWART.
announce myself a candi
I here -election to the office of
date'rr ervisor of Fairfield County,
County 'le action of the Democratic
subject to
primarie B. G. TENNANT.
ce of Supervisor of Fair
Forth,' I hereby announce my
field Coun ate, subjeet to the action
self a can cratic party as expressed
of the Derprimary election or elec
thron
tions. S. B. CRAWFORD.
nnonnce myself a candi
I ce of County Supervisor
dat subject to, the-. action of
for ic primary election.
the , G. Y. LANGFORD.
of Supervieor of Fair
I hereby announce my
'' e, snect to The actioa
tic prnmaries.
J. B. BURLEY.
* AUDITOR.
nce myself a candi
JCinto the o - of
b'Wetto th
COUNTY W?T.iEDUCA'T
I hereby~anicunie myself a candi
date for the'oSee of County Superiuia
tendent of B~ucation for Fairfield
County, subjet- to .the action of the
Democratic pvmaries.
iT. ML. BOULWARE.
The many friends of Rev. J. P.
ISENHOWER repectfully nominate him
for the' offic.:of. County Superinten
dt of Educalon for Fairfield County,
' ~eet to the etion of the Democratic
pman1es.
~he many Triends of Mr. D. L.
S repectfully nominate him
forire-electi 'to the office of Superin
tendent -of alcation, believing that
the impro ondition of the public
scEi s sive proof that he is
Ihe right he right place; sub
ject to . -of the Demoerstit~
party.
The osi delicions des
sert ever r)duced. Pop
ular flavor . Try it. You
"ill like it. Assorted Jams
ad Preserv in 1 and 2
cans. j 11y in .5-lb.
btui$ets. Hj apple in 1
.and 2-lb can . Deviled
Olives, Yacht lub Salad
Dressing. A c se of Pic
nic Harns just pened, 4
to 8 lbs.; at 12c. he finest
Soda and liancy Biscuits
received fresh ever wveek
F. M. HABENIC 'T,
Dealer in Fine Gro eries
-WE SELL
B UGGIES,
*SURREYS,
L ADIES' PH 'T ONh
WAGONS,
FLOORING,
CEILIN#G
W BATHER-BOARDING,
SHINGLES,
atnd GROCERIES of everg
kinld. .
M'. W. DOTY & Co.
WE HAVE MANY THINGS TI
call at our store. New goods, pretty, s
we do not mean trashy but good value.
have to see them to appreciate them. i
ming Silks. A good bargain in black a:
50 cents.
Spring styles in Wash Goods are
are'ahead. ?We have a fall stock add
Dotted Swiss, Organdie, Chambray and
Goods at lowest prices ever reached. N
pretty; also Gauze Vests, Corsets, Hosi
45HOL5.
We have all new styles in Sho
Strap Sandals, black and tan, in new
high and low cut, will give comfort and
low prices.
MILLINtR
Our-opening was a great success,
fresh, new and up-to-date goods. Come
and give you the most stylish trimming
It will not only interest you, but pay y
into consideration and we will name you
State.
CA LD WELl
<HOT W[
CLOTI
I AM NOW PREPARED
THING YOU WANT IN '
Crash Suits, Alpaca Coats and
Coats and Vests, Serge Coats,
ca.Vests, Fancy Marsa
e Vests, Crash Pants
- - - a t
me extra size Alpac
rin stock--sizes up to . --
I have a line of Men's, Boy
Coats and Vests, and odd Coal
iiftints on the dollar.
Ladies, I want you to seei
BOOTS, in 'vesting tops and 1
PERS of same-something nei
GIVE ME A LOOK.
SQ. L. WIlI
WINNSBC
The next session begins September 2C
pupil is required to pay Sn entrance fe4
pesrr'ION.-Scholars in the Graded Sc!
exept in cases where they take up extrn
One extra, 75 cents per month; two exti
Literary course, 75 cents per
Scientific coura
C
Each higher course include all that p:
Ti recor ofa th-e scholars of' this seh
their standing in the higher colleges, is
gWFor further particulars address,
-FOR
A 8FRS-CAS GROCEY.
OUR of all grades. A big stock of
C RN, MiEAL, BACON, SUGARS,
so S, STARCH, SODA, SALT,
CH E, CANDIES, CRACKERS,
CIG S,CHEROOTS,CGABRETE
sMO ING and PLUG TOBACCO,
BAKIE NPOWDER, BROOMS.
Blcso CANNED GOODS at re
Blcsoarkably l'ow prices.
- Aloeat Bran, Chopped Corn
AOs cow feed always on hand
No 1s a thy Hay. Also the bes
quality of Li me.
It will pay -on, to spend your cas]
with us.
) INTEREST YOU IF YOU WILL
tylisb, up-to-date and cheap-by cheap
Dress Goods in new novelties. You
ew style Silk for waists; also Trim
id white China Silk, 27 inches wide, at
1lwa3 s pretty, but this season'e goods
in variety-Lappett Stripes, Dinity,
Plain Muslins; also beautiful White
rew styles in Ladies' Ties, cheap and
,ry, Gloves and Mitts.
.s. Ladies' and Misses' Oxfords an
shapes. Our Gents' Vici Kid Shoes
rear well. We sell the best shoes ad
s
ecauEe we have-a beautiful stock of
and see them. We can please you
and best work.
n to give us a call. Take quality
as low prices as you can get in the
S& RUFF
1ATH+ ?k3
IING.
rO SHOW YOU- ANY
'HIS LINE, SUCH AS
Vests, Alpaca Coats
Sicilian Coats a es,
' es Vests,SI es5ts,
a Coats
s' and ChildrensSeersU
:s, whfch I will blose out
y line of FINE BUTTON
ack and tans. Also SLIP
r and nobby.
iLIFORD.
RO! S. C.
, 1897, and ends June 24, 1893. Each
of 50 cents to meet contingent oE
LOOl are not required to ~ay taition,
stUdies in the cQllegiate Ioartment.
*a, $1.
month.
, $1.00 per month.
lasical course, $1.8 per month.
*ecede. Good board can be obtained
no1 at competitive examiinati, and
be best guarantee of its effiiesoy.
ITHEROW, Principal.
00 00 00 00 00 00 % 0
EARLY AMBER
I and
ORANGE SUGAR CANE SEEJI
GOLDEN DENT CORN.
WHITE DENT CORE.
CAT TAIL MILLET.
GERMAN MTTLET.
WATERMELON SEED.
--Afuillline of
GARDEN SEED.
Ilsterg Coapy
n0 00 00 00 00
4.74
And Tell
EVERYBODY
..-----YOU SEE!....
B. BRANDT, Chester's Jeweler and
Optician, will visit Winnsboro on
1I 'ad 8:
TWO DAYS ONLY!
As before, he will come fully pre.
pared to test eyes and fit spectacles
WELL and CHEAP!
You will save money by conferring
with him concerning anything in the
jewelry business.
R. BRANDT,** cI
ot With Spi hit 1i I
..c. P. .
Re0'a lbe Cuica0
Calico at -
cents.
ln towna aid
Tnhe nicest- lineo
from 7 centsup
MensPat 39 cent
Coats' Best Spool Thread at 4cos
a spool.
.Lhe above are only slew pries.
urprise at tube prces we wil
for cash and can save you -money
on every purehase. -
Yours for business,
WINNSBONkO
Cheapest Store
State.
ROCK BIIIING

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