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Saturday, July 9. - - 1
-See 'Seriff's sales.
-the iremen were out for a parde
on Wednesday afternoon.
-Hennies, photographer, of Colum
bis, will be in Winnsboro Monday,
July 11th, ready for work. adv
.-4The colored excursion left for
QaXige at 10 o'clock on Friday
Xnrning. Quite a crowd was on
-A very heavy gaiu fell in the neigh
bordood of Wateree on Thursday, and
slid considerable damage. The hill
sides were badly washed.
-Miss Annie Davis was "at home"
t6 quite a numlaer of her friends on
Thursday evenliag. It is needless to
add that all present were delightsally
--A ight occurred on the street near
the court house on Friday between
two celored women, Laura Moore and
Fannie Crosby. Fannie seemed -to be
the aggresser, 4n4 the mayor Aned er
S -Mr. David Ellison deserves the
thanks of the dancing coltingency for
delightfgl germap in the armory og
4!husgay pyewing. This wis the #rot
4ance of the syim*er, and the cool
atmnsphere anD4 g.Qdstus1P ffo Col
9ti4 oceasione4 th partipiPs an
agusually pleasant time. quite a
large crowa was presept, and 1 .'plock
6tii1 found tbrg 6tripping te 11ht
-Try Hennies' 4 for 35c. photo
graphs. They are up-to-date in style
and gnislh. rdy
Tho iinion sprvices will bp held at
the Mpthodist Church Sun4ay eyening
At o'clock. -
1,000 BUSHELS OATS.
p. E. McDOWELL,
Tr4. T -)T
Services will beheld in the follow
ing plpgrphes on Sunday; -
ptp~Ian1a. ri. by the pastor.
nauf-S'bol at 6 p. m. Prayet
* 'meeting Wednesday at 6 p. m.
Mpthcgst-1 a. m. by the pastor.
aungay Sc~ogi at g p. m. rgypr
meeting Wednesdgy at 6 p. w.
* Asso'elgte Reformed ##1ytra
R 1ev. C. E. Mocmbald Service at 11
-.- a. m. Young men's meeting at 3.15
p. m. Sunday School at 4 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 6Cp. m.
asn inMissssippi has b4een nor
* esponding with the memabers of t14p
Wateree rrige Club~ seeking infaorma
tion as to the plan of organization. rn
a recent letter the Mississippi farmer
says that in his county the plan has
been considered so satisfactorily that
jq'~lto Nganfi$ clubs- threngljtat bis
gobaty, an4 that all of' the expenuses of
the ergaiser will bq PaW4- TIIP
Wateree Prise Club's inluence is
indeed wide when it is felt in Mississ
pin Thursday gight pa pandecker's
stdje was entered and about tlfty 4ole
lare in m'eney was stolpg. The entry
* was made by breaking one of the
large glasses in the front window.
The noise attracted the attention of
several people, and two men were
seen running down the street towards
the north. The money was un a small
* Ion bo on e ~sgelf i1n the st'ere. -
#1desthhity'dollars, some papei s in.
chiding alertineate of bank stoek and
a cheek for $1.93 were taken from the.
store. On Friday, a small negro boy
found the broken box, papers, cerdAi
cate and check in the rear of Mr.
R. T. Matthews' residence.
we. aso 'E.CH E s.
On Thursdiy the board of trustees
of Mt. Zion elected the following
teaehers for the ensuing scholastic
Prof. W. H. Withurow, principal.
Mr. J. frank geeosje, assistant prin
Miss E. S. Obear.
* Miss U. J. Harris.
Miss Agnes Rice.
Miss N. A. Phinney.
Miss Mary P. Witherow, music
The only new teachers are MrF
Foorshe ap4 Mies U. J. Igarris. The
fgrmer is a native of Abbeville County,
and has bcen teachinig at Black'ille,
He comes very highly recommended.
Miss M. J. Harris is from Mecklen
barg County, N. C., and is well known
in Winnsbore. She received her eda
cation at the Charlotte Female College
and at Due West Female College.
She had a private scipol here 4 few
yeara ago, and it was in a large meas
ure due to her sqccessful teaching then
thit the present position has been
gp gizat and Children.
Tio Kind You llags Alwap Bhught
Mayor Coan is visiting in Spartan
Miss Ella Morris hos returned to
Mr. Theodore Quattlebaum his been
n Newberry for a few days.
Miss Daisa Wright is visiting at the
hem' of Mr. R IL Jenninus.
Prof. D. G. Dwight has returned
from Charleston for the summer.
Mr. Ross Tompkins, of Rock Hill,
was in town on business Wednesday.
Mrs. Maz ck, of Jacksonville, Fla.,
is visiting the family of Mr. Floyd
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Aiken has re
turned from an extended trip to Wash
ington, D. C.
Col. Gaillard, U. S. A., stopped for
a few hours in Winnsboro on Friday
on his way from Atlanta to Washing.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, of Aiken, and
Mrs. Steadman, of Columbia, are
entertained at the home of Prof.
Mrs.- U. G. pesPertes and Miss
Gussis have gone to Long Pvanch to
spend a wbile witht the family of Dr.
Baruch, of New York, who 4re sum
mering at that noted resort.
Pfof theroirs L4sq .4ige Witk
,qw 4rs. Jenie og and ler son
Mister Qrr Bqag left on tho morning
of the ?th for Washington, D. C.
4fter spencing some days therp sad
taking in tke sights they expect to
visit Baltimore, Philadelphia and
otber points nop,
For Over Fifty Years.
MRs. WmNSow's SOOTHING SYRUP
has been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with pe et sopess.
it sootheb th'e -dhirl4, 1o0 e s 'tggunas,
allays'all pafn,cares wind cohef, and Is
the best remedy for diarrh a. It will
relieve the poor 'little suaerer imme
iately. 5014 by. ' R 'gsts ID every
prtof hb worlq. elt-P cents
a bottle. 19 sqie an ask'for "Mrs
WInsloy's Soothing Sy~rp' and take
[o other Vqq 6 i4t7
A VONTEST ON THE DIAMOND.
The game of ball on Tharsday after
noon between Winusboro and Black
toqk yesilted in a victory for tge
Boro boys. he "score stood 16 to 21
in"favor of Winnsboro. The" game
ras decided on the eleventi inning
because of s tie,
geyeral aceigents opegrred quring
the progress of the game. biidoR
4iattle1aum making for a base col
tided with one of tbs glackstogk boy.,
ad wgs naconhgions $r # ehort While.
~n of the Rlsekstoek boy; y'; slightr
y hart, but was s~Qq glI right, Wiie
ii. Robertsen, one of the rooters, was
struck on the arm, tha~t was quite sore
The following is ist of hg players
Hanahan, 4'. th esiy, p.; T.I
pevis, lb.; irby, 2b.; uattlebaum,
Verner,c.; R. Kirkpatrick, p.;
ackrell, lb.r A. Craig, 2b.; Blain,
Sb.; Cooper, I. f.; W. Kirkpatrick,
. f.; E. Craig,r. f.; Sion s. s.
Scorers-W~benieht sad4 Qraig.
-All styles of photographs made
y Hennies. From July 11th. Hen
nies will be Winnsboro for a short
time only. ad,
Mr. .Edifor: There is a suggestion
that there is a new adjunct, on old
ines, to be introduced into Mt. Zion
next fall. Whether a special profes
sor will be appointed we have not
heard. Solomon's rod is to bud and
blossom. Old Hickory will ye ie
'Bi0 to obtain an "up-to-date" "point
f view" of our "progressive" days,.
ne must stand on his head to see
things more truly. All the old maxims
nd practices are reversed.
It reads now, "P'arents obey' your
children;" "Wires support yogr hud
bands ;" "Train up a child in the way
i shoald go, and away he goes," e'c
Is it not probable 1home training is at
fault or. entirely lacking, that pupils
need whipping at school? The teacher
who told her pupil he, she or it as the
:ase may be, "was not brought up
right" when unruly and impetinent,
vas layirig the axe at tbe root of the
Nt many parents will consent to
aing their children flogged when we
onsider that teachershave been called
n to apologize for reprimand: for
offenses and parents defiant as to sub
mission of pupils to the discipline of
the "powers that be"! f or lesser
(o.operation batween parents and
teacher. is the one thing essential.
And discipline at school must be held
up at both ends of the line. x.
July 7, 1898.
The Sure La Grippe Cure.
There is no use snfi'ering from this
dreadful malady, if ynn will'only get
the right nimedy. You are having
pin all through your body, your liver
is out of order. have no appetite, no
life or ambition, have a bad cold, in
fact are completely used up.- Electric
Bitters is the only remedy that will
give you prompt and sure relief. They
act directly ou your Liver, Stomach
and Kidneys, tone up the whole system
and make you feel lile a new being.
They are aranteed' to cure or price
refunded. For sale at McMaster Co.'s
drug store, only 50 cents per bottle. 1
C AT 2 .2A
ea.s th The Kind You Have Always Bought.
On Tuesday evening about S.-0
o'clock lighting strtick the stables to
the rear of the dwelling occupied by
Mr. S. R. MAcDowell. In a minute's
time 'the roof was in flames. The
yronipt i-esponse of the fire depart
ment sived the stables. Daring the
Are a light rain was falling and aided
very mueh in subduing the flames.
The stables were used by Dr. Hoover,
and when it was struck his horse and
buggy were both in it. Fortunate'y
the horse was. not injured. Losi
The 4th of July was one of the
quietest of the year; none of the
stores 'were elosed and no fireworks
were Eet off. The ladies of the Bap
tist Church served ice cream in the
afternoon at Mrs. Boyd's. Quite a
nice som was realized.
One of tLe pleasantest events of the
summer was the straw ride and picnic
at "Valencia" Monday evening, given
in honor of the yisiting young ladiess
Valencia is the lhome of Mr. E. G.
?.almer and is an ideal place for a
picnic. Dancing was the favorite
pastime, while sore preferred to sit
under the moon and amnse themselves
in othe; wrays. Declightful refresh,
men4s were served during the evening.
The fee sma' hours found many
unti..g their homes.
M r Lowqster Is building a dwelling
an St. Stephen's street, and it will not
he uany weeks before It will be ready J
for ocompaney. This is quite an addi- t
tion this popular residence street.
There are several more nice lots on i
this street and always room for one -
more. Who will be the next? q
Ridgeway has two egnd!1ites fog.
cfe. Bot. are strog men and de
yerv the fnll sgpport of the voters. 3
We are now considering the advisa
ility of putting out aiuother candXdate
or ogce. g we pan porquale e
entleig4 to ran, every Man in the
ounty would be proad, to have. a is
hance to vote for him. Highly edu- 0:
ated, refined and fuly competent for
the position ke seeks, we ask for the
apport due him. His card will ap- B
pear in the next issue,
Dr. Henry F. Hoover -spent Fritay
t Longtown. Be has ;bou deeided
to open an o'ce in upper Longt'on.B
Od Wednsday a meeting' of the
rustees of the liigh schiol was held to
lect- teachers for the ensuing year.
rof. F. E. Hihinant was offered t e
posiiion of ,rinoipal 04 has accept~d
t, Miss uthrd of. Union, was 3
feeted asi'stint. s 'he eletion of Mr. V.
Einnaht'-yas quite an l1onor qs it was S
nsought, nd -it maxes to thirc yer
e has hel~ the plgge, somethiog un
ke rd of afole in the history of this
e hol. Miss Southard is a highly
coopplished young lady and the
rustees are to be complimented on
heir choice. b:
Major Henry C. Davis, U. S. A., E
~pent the 4th here. :.
Miss Besuie Thjomas, .of Colimbis~
Le visitirn relatives sit this plte.
Miss la Ferdick, a charming
oag lady of 1(orth's, is visiting.at a
)akarst, the hospitable home of Pr.
Mr. Tobt. Charlton Thomas spent
he 4th at home,
Miss E. Louise Pressley, of Colum
bIa, is the guest of Miss Eleaxor Des
Miss Simmonds, the edicient super.
nendent of Columbia's ,tdeal licspit',
is vigitin~g Miss 3%mbert, at Park Kill.
Mist Annie Ro~bertson, of North's,
s visiting Mrs. Ott,
Mise iey Broomn, of Edgenleld, is
he guest of Miss Eli Nelson, at
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Lipscomb and
amily have gene to Ninety-Six.
Prof. Heins Coleman, of Cedar a
prings, anc Mr. D.avis Coleman, of b
reenTille, is her, on a visit to their
rther who is quite ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Harst are here on a y
Miss Marie Walker, of Camden, is
mong the many visitors here. 0
Miss Jennie Thomas hats gone to
Lbbeville to visit friends. nT
July 7, 1898.
"=fi.:We HI ND IPO a
~RENCH REMEDV produces thc, ame result
Vaz0e: Failig i~en~.Stos aldrsa
*used by errcrs of -cuth. It wards oir In
sax and Consuipion.. 'ung Me'n regain Man
band Old Meu kOcover Yout!:ful Vigor. it
givr vig'or and si~e to shrunke~n organs, and fits
a man for business or marriage. Ei~sily carried i
the vest pocket. Price ~ oxes.
riaguarnte. DR. J ~OmRRA, Paris
Sold only by 'J. ,T. QBEAR, Drug -
I have just received the
last $arrpl of
THAT WAS CAPTURED,
in the last battle on the 6th of
June by Simnpson's Acet.
ALSO A BARREL OFBEST
N, 0. MOLASSES~
and otherf lower grades.
2 cases Cudahy's H~ama, the best
hams in the market.
200 lbs. Boneless Hams. I
200 lbs. English Breakfast strips.
100 lbs. lSologna Sansage.
8 barrela White Fish.
2 barrels Mackerel.
All kinds fresh Canned Goods and
fine Groceries. A lot of fine Teas and
Sugar. Also the finest Arica Cofl'ee.
Call and see me before you purchase.
I think you will find it to your advapi
A'..New and Complt Treatment, consisting of
SUPPOSITORIES, apsules of Ointment and two
Boxes of Ointment. A never-failing eurefor Piles
of every nature and degree. It makes an operation
with the erife, which is p.nful, and often results
in death, unnecessary. Whty endure this terrible
disease? We pack a Written Guarantee in each
$1 Box. No Cure, No Pay. Soc. and Si a box, 6 for
$5. -Sent by mail. 'Sam ples free
OINTMENT, 25c. and 50c.
CONSTIPATION sPrevented, by
great LIVERad STOMACH REGULATOR and
BLOOD PURIFIER. Small, mild and pleasant
to take: especially adapted for children's use. 5o
doses 25 Cents.
FREE.-A vial of these famous little Pellets will
be given with a $r box or more of Pile Cure.
NoTE-THE GEUINE FREsH JAPANESE rILg
CuRzE,5o. sale only by
J. J. OBEAR, Druggist,
Winnsboro, S. C.
MADE ME A MAN
AZLN~pr.w Dw~aaaailin aw
byn and s a r oUEther ese IN
27ev rli c ad
arestore .Escam in d In=i
- t a man forstudy, bulaa ora
Prevent isanity adcnldn ~ if
*r si e byei ose ,howMA aeO.
it and autwhri othed In me,
lat upon haigthe menine Ajax Tabipt. 2 iy
a ve lhmneied uponeandca wil spes.
tie rrien deetorbe as f an
-sl unee or d the mone g to dpe
a . O ; '; or .ix kgos (f.ll for
orh yRAp. Pic east by 2.
ar.ikote by J WX. HMc31i&STER , CO.
Wina boro. 8, C.
BTA-.TE OF SOUTH CAR0LriNA,
COM7KTY OF FAIRFIELd).
d Y virtue of authority vested in me,
L I have levied upon and will sell
the ibest cash bidder, before the
'oa:'rt House .in Winnsboro, on the
IRST MONDAY IN AUGUST next,
to folowing described tracts ot ronA
-sold under the act referrin;g to clelin
s CCOL DZSTEICT NO.
Estate of Mar y aines, 159 acres.
orth by e. A. bP.trick; east by a n.
atrick; south by W. A. ooreh1 w.
$W~IOOL DkSTR1CT XG. 4.
Dave Jenkins, 1c a 1res. Bounded i
brth by lands of Grover; west by
ds of . H. Mean; south by lands
J Ph'fl Coa; a t by lands of Lois
state of - Keiedy, 40 acres,
ounded by lands of Hoffman, Mc
id Eszmag 1.
SHoQ, DISTRICT NO. S.
Estae J. w. JQstO, 1.2 acre.
uinoded east by S . P. Newman and
ma; south by S. C. Moore Bro.
est by Freeman n~t4 cueboli
Mrs. AzE.a icwbrg, a i cres.
'.rtk and west by Mnd of W t bo
Artion; east by 4. X' rown and
j 4. imeroe south by 0. B. honey.
ibicod;e es by ds tefofeeman,.Mc
7a..d R. E. LSN ..C
SCROCC IRIC O.e0
JI Wbarrell Pu ares.e ougaCne
Mrs barr.Pel ler aDrep. r
N. ladso G.asses. estb
Tr our G. blede Te~.5byc.h
ndi road; wer. bound-neone. .
etterre ur e eorin
Suar-red Silve Dineer
Try end lenarety Tea high
rade Crckers, Bisuits-ndn
Saksregeied Hamsce every
Your' patronage is always
F. M. HABENICHT.
ALSO A SUPPLY OF GL ASS.
IN ALL ITS DEPARTMENTS,
vith a full stock of Caskets, Burial
)ases and Coffins, constantly on hand,
md use' of hearse when requested.
Chbankful for past patronage and solici
ation for a share in the future, in the
Calls attended to at all hours.
THIE ELLIOTT GIN SHOP,
J. N, ELLIOTT & 00.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVEI
Figured Organdy and Colored Dott
botaght late in the seon, and very e
Goods, Dotted Swiss and Plain Orga
If you want sor
thing very chea]
Here it is. Yard wide Percales at Gc
Calico, 3c.; good Unbleached Homesi
the bargains. We have many others I
We have a fall stock of LiAies' 8
roods just received in Ladies' Cloth '
weather. Will please you and give yc
We are offering at Mednoed priees
We have something new in wide Sash:
.0Come to see us, our bargains will
reather is hot. Respectfully
AM NOW PREPAREE
THING YOU WANT Il
3rash Suits, Alpaca Coats an
Coasts and Vests, Serge Coa
Alpaca Vests, Fancy Ma:
White Vests, Craish Pa:
-- - - and Whi
have some extra sizeAlp)
n stock---sizes up to 48. -
I have a lin~e of Men's, BC
3oats and Vests, and odd Co;
lity cents on the dollar. -
Ladies, I want you to see
300TS, in vesting top~s and
'ERS of same-something n<
GIVE ME A LOOK.
SQ. D. WiI
From Now UJ
Y OU CANNOT AFFORI
sale if you are in need c
We will also put itb this s
LADIES' UMBRELLAS at
n this class of goods.
We have a big line of the
>ut. Bargains every day thro
goods. A look will convince
Call on us whether you w
tention to all. Respectfully.
The next session begins September
pupil is required to pay an entrance
TrION..-Scholars in the Graded E
except in cases where they take up erx
One extra, 75 cents per month; two e:
Literary course, 75 cents pi
Each higher course include all that
Ti recor ofa ie scholars of this s
their standing in the higher colleges,
WrFor further particulars addresi,
) SOME EXTRA GOOD VALUES IN
ed Swiss. These goods are very pretty,
beap. Also some good bargains in White
odies, from 10e. to 50c. a yard.
; Printed Challie, 21c.; Good Ehirting
aun at 2ic. a yard. These are a few of
n all lines ot goode, and good variety to
nd Misses' Oxfords. Also some pretty
Dp Shoes. Men's Low Cut Shots for hot
to clean up balance of Spring stock.
, ibbons-pretty and cheap.
pay you for the trouble even if the
I TO SHOW YOU ANY
, THIS LINE, SUCH AS '
di Vests, Alpaca Coats, Serge
ts, Sicilian Coats~and Vests,
esailles Vests, Silk Vests,
2ts, Striped Duck Pants,
te Pants. - --
>ys' .and Children's Seersucker1
ats, whfch I will close out at
~my line of FINE BUT.TON
black and tans. Also SLIP-i
~w and nobby.t
Intil June 10'
) TO MISS THS SPECIAL
f a Straw at less than
. 50 CEHTS ON TEl IDOLLARl
pecial sale both GENTS' 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.,
1KG Lit ~ . [TELEPHGNE 15.
ORO! S. C.
20, 1897, and ends June 24, 1898. Each
fee of 50 .ents to meet conitingent ex
ichool are not required to pay tuition,
ra studies in the C'llegiate Departmnent.
irse, $1.00 per month.
Classical course, *1.50 per month.
precede. Gecd b -r1 i a be obtained
chool at competitiye examinations, and
s the best guarantee of its effeisncy.
From every side makes
all of us take greater
pride than ever in
Jnst so has
'R, Bran dt's Wre
been pat to the test and have won
DURING the SUMMER
We have redaced prices in order to
suit the times.
Our Wares Wear and
Our Prices Please.
R. BRANDT ""
Under Tower Cloak -
.HE POPE MANUFACTURIN
are prepared to furnish Rlc7
this season at prices.
l'he Celebrated Chanes -.
Lhe 5 pe cent 1896l
moes are "ia a&
Iaitford, 1898 Vedettos,17h
iartford, 1898, Jaektand
Everybody knw -wa
ent Nickel Columbias are;
Many Hartfords are ridden In
oro. Ask the riders what their
s. We will rest our ellas on
bey say. They stay out of
hops and run "so easy."
All of the above are madeb
'ope Manufacturing Co., hc
narantee of good worknnmai.
-If yoa want a eheap second
rheel, we can farnish yes o3e
5.00 up, but these wheels are
uaranteed. "You take what y
~ORDAN~ & DAVIS
Jeveler al Silvraiti.
Manufacturers' Agents for the
ENGINES, BOILERS, &c.
Oar MR.S. C. McKEOWN is aTele- -
phone erank too.
W. 0. LKE0R & 0ISW
Phone in our CORNWELL,8.U
'Aiee on Winnisboro
and Chester line. ' 4-846