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Tuesday June 21. - - - 1891
-The tamborine drill was postponed
on account of the rain.
-Read the announcement of J. R
Curlee for County Treasurer.
-T. C. Leitner announces himself
for Supervisor in this morning's issue.
-There ars still a few subscribers
who have not paid up. They will
please take notice.
-A horse and buggy was raffled in
Mr. D. A. Crawford's stable on
Monday. We have not heard who
succeeded in getting them.
-A negro boy was arrested on
Saturday afternoon for using obscene
language and landed in the guard
house. He was fined on Monday the
sum of 8.e dollars.
-Mr. J. W. Flanahan is trying to
raise a company of volunteers, and all
those in the county desiring to enlist
may communicate with him. We
understand that quite a number have
already given Mr. Hanahan their
names. It would be gratifying if a
distinct Fairfield so.apany could be
-This is the way the latest song
goes, according to the Roanoke World:
We don't want to buy at your place;
we don't trade there any more. You'll
be sorry when you see us going to
some other store. You can't sell us
any stale goods; we have opened Wide
our eyes; we don't want to trade at
your store, 'cause you do not a-d-v-e-r
3etsh A IfOI.A!-#
BumW T Kind Yx os ilNNWgBt
. Tua Wam SnmL.-The follow
lg is the report of the policeman on
the water supply measurements taken
en Monday morning:
Court-house sistern...........11 0
Depot cistern.................16 7
Slliett's cistern............... 9 4
eil's sistern ......- -13 8
Miller'seistern................ 8 7
Phillips' eistern.............. 7 0
Cummings' eistern.............17 0
'Sollege eistern................6 0
A class in physical culture and
music (vocal and violin). For terms,
I;.., apply to
Miss Charlette Allston,
Winnsboro, S. C.
1ST. ZIoN socIETY.
Thu.e will be a meeting of Mt. Zion
Bociety in the tewn hall this (Tines
day) morning at 9 o'clock.
G. H. McMaster,
MT. ZION INSTITUTE.
- The closing exercises of Mt. Zion
address by Rev. J. A. Smithon the
subject- of Education, together with
music, both vocal and instrumental.
The patroiss and friends of the In
* stitute are cordially invited to attend.
emr.nREW'S DAY AT HOEXAX
The public are cordially invited to
attend Children's Day at Hormah
Baptist Church 'Saturday, June 25th.
Come all, and bring baskets, for we
are going to have a picnic. The mis
sionary ladies of that church will serve
Ice cream and sake for the benefit of
the church. N~.
Nelson, June 17, 1898.
DEATHs AT STEOTNER.
The grim reaper Death has again
visited Mr. and Mrs.' J. R. Stewart,
this time taking from them their little
son William Arthur, age 7 months.
He died May 27, 1898. The inter
ments took place at Salem semetery
on the 28th. Scarcely two months
previous to his death Maggie, their
three-year-old daughter, died. Both
.children died from the effects of
whooping cough. Mr. and Mrs.
~Stewart have our heart-felt sympathy.
June 18, '98. A Friend.
For Over Fifty Years.
Mns. WNsL,OW's Soo-rmNG Srxur
-has been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is
the best ren.edy for diarrhcea. It will
relieve the poor little suaferer imnme
diately. Sold by druggists in every
part of the world. Twenty-five cents
a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs
Winslowis Soothing Syrup," and take
no other kind. 5-26txIy
THE WINsORO NEWS AND HERLD
publishes seventeen cards of candidates
for county offices and all the officers
are not enumerated either. The
chances are that the people of the
county will have to divide time with
the candldates.-Augusta Herald.
"a HIND DPO
v - as -s Made a
TH E 'r.o..of Me.
ENCH REMEDY produces the above resul
30 days. cwwJJ#...Debiarya.SUC
,PangMasory. Stops ali drains an<
s caused by errors of youth. It wards off In
d Consumption. Young Men regain Man
- d Old Men recover i outhful Vrsor. I
yj or and size to shrunken organs, and St
-business or marr-a. Essily carried I1
by J.J.OBAR, Drug
Mr. John M. Simpson was in town
Miss Ann McIver will leave for
Mr. and Mrs. j. F. McMaster re
turned from Chester on Monday.
Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Crout left on
Monday mc-ruing for a visit to
Mrs. Robinson, of Orangeburg
County, is visiting at the home of
Mrs. Ardrey, (nee Miss Lois Harris,)
of North C.arolina, is visiting her
sister, Mrs. C. E. McDonald.
Miss Katherine Flenniken has re
turned from Baltimore. We are glad
to bear that she is much better.
Mrs. N. J. Fuller, of Laurens, (nee
Miss Fannie Tillman) is a guest of
her sister, Mrs. 0. W. Buchanan.
Dr. H. F. Hoover was in town on
Monday awaitin7 the lifting of the
Ridgeway quarantine. Dr. Hoover
is a;young physician from Hampton
County, but expects to make Ridge
way his future home. He was a
guest of Mrs. U. G. DesPortes.
Telow Jaundice Cured.
Sffering humanity should be sup
plied with every means possible for its
relief. It is with pleasure we pub
lish the following: "This is to certify
that I was a terrible sufferer from
Yellow Jaundice for over six months,
and was treated by some of the best
physicians in our city and, all to no
avail. Dr. Bell, our druggist, recom
mended :Electric Bitters; and after
taking two bottles, I was entirely
cured. I now take great pleasure in
recommending them to any person
suiering from this terrible malady.
I am gratefully yours, X. A. Hogarty,
Lexington, Ky." Sold by McMaster
Co., druggists. 4
ARRESTED I ON XUSDEL..
Messrs. Robert Blair and James
Blair, of Ridgeway, were arrested on
Thursday by the sheriff of Newberry
County, charged with the murder lof a
negro woman at Pomaria in Newberry
County. It seems, from tumors, that
the negro woman was arrested about
three years ago, for having stolen a
number of articles balonging to Mrs.
Robt. Blair, and Messrs. Robt. and
James Blair went to Newberry to
arrest her. She was arrested, and
about dark, as we hear, was locked
up in the depot. The depot was
broken open, and the woman disap- I
peared, and has not been heard of
Several parties in Newberry have
been arrested. It is said that a do
tetive has; been at work on the case.
A number of witnesses from Fair
eld have been summoned.
The Blairs are sons of Mr. Thomas
Blir, and both of them bear a good
reputation . in the County. RJeir
friends in the County believe them
DOMXEICEMENTS .IN GEENVILLE.
Greenville, S. C., June, 18.-The
were exceedingly pleasant occasions
from the baccalaureate sermons on
Sunday to the Inal exorcises Thurs
ay night when five young ladies
graduated from the female college.
This institution has passed 'through]
its most successful session uder
President Riley, 28$ having been en
rolled this year. The annual concert
nder Prof. G. Ferrata was a splendid,
exhibition of the highest order of
msic, and the anniversary of the
udon Literary Society was a most
Farmsn [UJniversity graduated four
teen young mna and one young lady,
Miss McGee, Greenville. The closing
exercises Wednesday night were pre
sided (over by President Montague,
whose energy, tact, wisdom and ability
are doing so much for Furman.
The Furman alumni have raised
$8,000 for the new alumni hail. They
will easily secure $2,000 additional
when Prof. Judson will give $5,000
and the work of building will begin
immediately. Rev. H. R. Mosely
was re-elected president of the asso
ciation. Furman seems to have
entered upon a new era of prosperity
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You llave AIwaps Bought
Manufacturers' Agents for the
ENGINES, BOILERS, &c.
Our MR. S. C. McKEOWN is a Tele
phone crank too.
W 0. MOWN &SONS
Phone in our CORN WELL, S. C
offe on Winnsboro
and Chester line. 4-6-ly
Do' Tobacco Spit anad Smoke Your Lire Away.
To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mag
netic. full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To
Bac, the wonder-worker. that makes weak men
strong. AUl druggists, 50c or 51. Cure guaran
tecd. Booklet and sample free. Address
There is more Catarrh in this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and until the last few
years was supposed to be incurable.
For a great many years doctors pro
nounced it a local disease, and pre
scribed local remedies, and by con- a
stantly failing to cure with local treat
ment, pronounced it incurable. Science t
bas proven catarrh to be a constitu- e
tional disease and therefore requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca- I
tarrh Cure, man-tactured by F. 4.
Uheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the
only constitutional cure on the market.
[t is taken internally in doses from 10
drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly
Dn the blood and mncous surfaces of
the system. They offer one hundred
dollars for any case it fails to cure.
Send for circoplrs and testimonials.
F. J. CHENEY A CO, t
ESold by Druggists, 75c. * t
Imas as The ind Youa AKlays Bt
A New and Complete Treatment, consisting of
;UPPOSITORIES, Capsules of Ointment and two t
loxes of Ointment. A never-failing cure for Piles
f every nature and degree. ;it makes an operation
ith the knife, which aspainful, and often results f
aeais o e pack a Written Guarantee In each
n Box. No Cure, No Pay. 5oc.and Si a box, 6 for
5. Sc:.t by mail. Samples free 9
(IT1EENT, 5e. and 50e.
;ONST IPATION u'-; pes*'Urrr"l'the
reat 1.17ER did STOMACH REGULATOR and a
LO PUIIER. Small, mild and pleasant
e take: especially adapted for children's use. 5s
ioses 25 cents. I
FR EE.-A vial of these famous little Pellets will j
xgeven with a $z box or more of Pile Cure.
Norscs--Th; aaxtttra: ratasx JAPAN~5Z J ILl
nas for sabe only by
J. J. OBEAR, Druggist, I
Winnsboro, S. C.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
hat I will apply to S. R. Johnston,
ndge of Probate for Fairfield County,
n Thursday, the 14th day of July,
t898, for a final discharge as Adminis
rator of the estate of D. R. Coleman,
J. G. WOLLING,
Winthrop College Scholarship
and Entrance Examinations.
THE EXAMINATIONS FOR THE
Lward of vacant scholarships in Win
hrop College and for the admission of
ew students will be held at the County
;onit House on July 15th, at 9 A. M.
Applicants must not be less than I
Iteen years of age.
When scholarships are vacated after
uly 1ath,they will be awarded to those '
naking the highest average at the ex
The cost of attendance, including 9
oardi furnished room, beat, light and (
washing, is only $8.5& per month.
For further information and a cata
ogue address President D. B. JOHN
SON, Bock Hill, S. C. 6-18.1
ELETION OF TEACHES.
[ E ANNUAL ELECION OF
STeachers for the Mt. Zion Schoo
fLTRSDAY, THE "'f.H JULY next.
Applications received until that date.
rosmTo?us To BE FIELED.
Principal-Salaxy $100 per month
nd use of dwelling.
Assistant Principal-Salary $50 per
Four Lady Assistants-Salary $55 .i
>er month each.
Nine months' session, begiuning
ird Monday in September.
J. C. CALDWELL,
6-8td Chin. Board Trustees.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
Laura McCants, Plaintiff,
susan Hamilton, Oscar Hamilton, Jo
seph Hamilton, John Eaniton,
Frances Hamilton, Sadie (or Sarah)
Hamilton and A. Sd en Kennedy,
as Executor o? the Wil of J. P.
Kennedy, deceased, Defendants.
7pyj Summons. FZor Relief. Complaint
L'o the Defendants above-named:
OUT are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint
n this action, which is filed in the
.iommon Pleas, tor the said County,
nd to serve a copy of your answer
:o the said complaint on the subscrib
r at his office, No. 1 Law Range,
Winnsboro, South Carolina, within
;wenty (lays after the service hereof,
~xclusive of the day of such service;
md if you~ fail to answer the complaint
within the time aforesaid, the Plain
if in this action will apply to the
ourt for the relief demanded in the
Dated 6th June, A. D. 1898.
JAMES G. McCANTS,
ro the Defendants 03ear Hamilton
and John Hamilton:
Take notice, that the summons in
the above-stated action (of which the
foregoing is a copy) and the complaint
therein were filed in the office of the I
Clerk of the Court for Fairfield Conn
ty, in the Sta'e of South Carolina, at
Winnboro, on the 6th day of June,
JAMES G. McCANTS,
Take further notice, that the follow
igv order has been passed in the above
"It is ordered, that J. E. McDonald,
of Winsboro, S. C., counsellor at law,
be appointed guardian ad litem of said
infant defendants Oscar Hamilton and
John Hamilton for the purposes of
this action, unless the said Defendants
Oscar Hamilton and John Hamilton,
or some in their behalf, within t wenty
days after service of a copy of this
order in the manner herein'directed,
procure a guardian ad litem to be ap
pointed and give notice thereof to the
Plaintiff 's Attorney, James G. Me
Cant, No. 1 Law Range, Wiunsboro,
"This 6th day of June, 1898.
"R. H. JENNINGS,
"[L. s.] C. C. P. F. C.'"
MADE ME A MAN
r JAXTA1 LFIS POeITI VELY CURE
AILxoro.r s e c.-aWgse
Iasnt a t
stand.Qeti a CCB8 an eb LI
Forslebya JastO:. diA T. CO., s(
$10 caItoraasa ear d.. I a
>ay es10 Reefard for s iefomai o
oe to the:s ae anataed onvit o
hse paty o .re e toSTa the
oo-osae o f Mipk ss Frtneip or the
Winasbor", S. .
THE TOWN COUNCIL WILL
way $100 Reward for information
eading to the arrest aid conviction of
he party or parties who set fire to the
rood-house of Miss Fripp, or the
iarns of A. S. Douglass or Q. D. I
"JAS. E. COAN, tl
[L. S.] Intendant. S
June 13, 1898.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
BY virtue of authority vested in me,
I have levied upon and will sell
o the highest cash bidder, before the
ourt House in Winnsboro, on the g
PIRST MONDAY IN JULY next, ihe
ollowing doscribed traet3 of land
old under the act referring to delin
SCHCOL DISTRICT NO. 4.
Alice-D.-Harper, 188 acres. North
nd east by lands of Geo. Rosborough;
oath by lands of Sarah Stevenson;
rest by lands of A. F. Ruff and Kil
Estate of Mary Raines, 196 acres. Y
forth by R. A. Patrick; east by R. A.
'atrick; south by W. A. Smith; west v
y Jno M. Smith.
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 20.
J. W..Powell, 225 acres. Bounded
y lands of Mrs. L N. Withers, Mrs.
Einloch, estate of I. T. Gladden and
6-14td R. E. ELLISON, S. F. C.
I barrel Pure Georgia Cane
i barrel Silver Drip.
N. 0. Molasses.
Try our blended Tea, 50c.
,nd 6oc. per pound-none
>etter for iced tea.
Sugar-cured Hams iri every
An endless variety of high
rade Crackers, Biscuits and
'akes received twice every
Your .patronage is always
F. . HABENICHT. j
L.IDIES' PE RT ONYS
T EAT HER-BOARDINWG,
nd GROCERIES of every
M. W. DOTY & CO.
have just received the
last barrel of
THAT WAS CAPTURED
in the last battle on the 6th of t
June by Simpson's fleet.
ALSO A BARREL OF BEST
~. 0. MOLASSES
and other lower grades.
2 cases Cudahy's Hams, the best
amB in the market.
200 ;bs. Boneless Hams.
200 lbs. English Breakfast Strips.
100 lbs. Bologna Sausage.
3 barrels White Fish.
2 barrels Mackerel.
All kinds fresh Canned Goods and
ne Groceries. A lot of fine Teas and
agar. Also the finest Arica Coffee.
Call and see me before you purchase..
think you will find it to your advan
J.D. IICARE Y & C.
"Pride of Fairfield,"
L44 hands high, jet black with white
points, good style and action.
2ediuim size, high-headed and game
Terms, $8.00 to insure with foaL
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
'igured Organdy and Colored Dotted
ought late in the season, and very ehes
'rood#, Dotted Swiss and Plain Organd
f you want som(
:hing very cheap
[ere it is. Yard wide Percales at 6c.;
alico, 3c.; good Unbleached Homespti
ie bargains. We have many others In
We have a full stock of Ladies' an
oods just received in Ladies' Clot l 'lo
,eather. Will please you and give yot
We are offering at reduced prices
re have something new in wide Sash I
Come to see us, our bargains will
eather is hot. Respectfully,
>HOT - W1
AM NOW PREPARED
THING YOU WANT IN
rash Suits, Alpaca Coats an<
Coats and Vests, Serge Coa
Alpaca Vests, Fancy Ma:
White Vests, Crash Pai
- - - - and Whi
have some extra size Alps
a stock-sizes up to 48.
I have a-lie of' Meni's Be
oats and Vests, and odd Co
[fty eents on the dollar.
Ladies, I want you to see
OOTS, in vesting tops and
ERS of same-some'.iing n<
GIVE ME A LOJOK.
Q. D. WII
rom Now U
'OU CANNOT AFFORI
sale if you are in need o
We will also put in this s
,ADIES' UMBRELLAS at
i this class of goods.
We have a big line of the
ut. Bargains every day thro
oods. A look will convince
Call on us whether you w
ntion to all. Respectfully.
The next session begins September
upil is required to pay an entrance:
e .ION.-ScholarS in the Graded E
reept in ecses where they take up exl
ne extra, 75 cents per month; two e3
Literary course, 75 cents pt
Each higher cours e include all that
The record of te scholars of this ?
haf stdin n te higher colleges,
3OME EXTRA GOOD VALUES IN
Swisp. These goods are very pretty,
Lp. Also some good bargains in Wbits
ies, from 10c. to 50c. a yard.
Printed Challie, 21c.; Good EhirUng
n at 2&c. a yard. These are a few of
all lines of goods, and good variety to
d Misses' Oxfords. Also some pretty
a Shoes. Men's Low Cut Shoes for hot
to clean up balance of Spring stock.
Ubbons-pretty and cheap.
pay you for the trouble even if thie
TO SHOW YOU ANY
THIS LINE, SUCH AS
i Vests, Alpaca Coats, Serge
ts, Sicilian Coats and Vests,
sailles Vests, Silk Vests,
ts, ie Duck Pants,
t Pants. - - - -
ta Coats -
its, whfch I will close out at
my line of FINE BUTTON
black and tans. -Also SLIP.
w and nobby.
intil June 10.
TO M[SS THS SPECIAL
[a Straw at less ?han
. 50 CIITSOITfBD1Li.
pecial sale both G'EN TS' .and
prices that will astonish you
above and mean to close them
ughout our mammoth stock of
ant to buy or not, Polite at.
RY GOODS CO.,
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DOR S. C.
20, 1897, and ends June 24, 1818. Esek
ee of 50 cents to meet contingent au
chool are aot required to ay tuitlem,
ra studies is the Co'llegiate Dpartment.
irme, 1.00 per month.
Classical course, *1.5 per mouth.
precede. Good t, u.r.t sa~ be obtsae
:hool at competitiveO examinations, ancl
s the eat guarantee of its giciesey.
Frem every side makes
all of ustakegreatr
pride than ever in
Jnst so has
been pat to the tst and ha" won -
DURING the SUMMER
We have rdeedprices In order to
suit the times.
Our Wares Wear and
Our Prices Please.
R. BRANDT, """.'"
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