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LOCAL' INTELLIGENCE
Tuesday, November 1, - 1898
A SCHOLARSHIP.
In Neel-Heverlo Businen College and
School of Shorthand and Typewriting
of Spartanburg, S. C.
We are prepared to offer a scholar
sl.;p in this college in a course in
b-.ok-kceping, or if the applicant pre
fes, a course in stenography and
t, ewriting. This scholarship is
worth 35 and will enable the one
holding it to complete the course free
of all charge except cost of books,
stationery, &c., amounting to five or
si dollars. The person winning the
scholarship will be required to promise
that he or she will remain until the
course is thoroughly cumpleted. The
scholarship will be given to the person
xho secures for THE NEWS AND
Hr.ALD the largest number of sub
scribers. Of course subscription price
must be remiued when the name is
sent. Theu contest will close Nov.
1,5h. We rhsll be glad to furnish
farther information.
LOCAL BRIEFS.
-The town is gay with posters ad
vei tising the Wild West show which
will be here November 12th.
-Pawnee Bill's Wild West will ex
hibit in Winnsboro on Saturday,
-November 12, for one day only.
-Mr. Georg. Rion, who has been
sick for several days, has recovered
and was able to be out on Monday.
-To-day being All Saints Day theie
will be service in St. Johns Episcopal
Church this morning at eleven o'clock.
-Bishop Grant of the A. M. E.
Church preached twice on Sunday at
the Methodist Church to large congre
gations.
-May Lillie is a good rider and
jastly holds the title of the champion
female horseback shot of the world.
Washington Post.
-Monday evening was All-Hal
loween. In Scotland and Ireland
-there are many superstitions connected
with th's day, and it is observed in
various ways by the young people.
-Grand Master J. T. Barron will
deliver a public lecture in the court
house on Thursday night on masonery.
The public generally as well as all
Masons are cordially iuvited. After
the lecture the M. M. degree will be
conferred.
-It was learned on Monday in
Winnsboro that Contractor J. C. Huey
has been instructed to proceed with
-the work of building the new fassen
;ger depot. It is presumied from this
that the railroad commissioners have
-decided the matter.
-An old man seventy-eight years
-old was arrested on Sunday evening
upo~n a charge 'made by his wife that
hhad attempted to cut her throat.
The~y are factory people, but have
been boarding at C. A. Lucas'. He
wa u before Intendant Coan on
~Monday, but was dismissed.
* -The Charlotte Obserner of Sunday,
Omober 30;h, stated that Mrs. T. B.
Re bertson of tha3 city had been tele
grsphed ior to see her huaband, Capt.
T, R. Robertson, who was very sick
in camp at Savannech. Mrs. Robert
son lef: on Saturday night for Savan
nah to stay until Capt. Robertson is
banter. The many friends of Capt.
Robertson in Winnsboro hope that he
will soon be much better.
-It is no exaggeration to say that
Pawnee Bill's Historical Wild West
* and Grand Mexican Hippodrome,
which exhibited in Bnffalu yesterday,
was decidedly Lthe best performance
given here for many years, without
*any exception. The performance was
fully up to .what they had promised,
and gave universal satisfaction. --
Bufrilo, N. Y., Courier. -
COMING AND GOING.
Mrs. H. A. Gaillard has returned
from Charleston.
Mrs. B. J. Quattlebaunm is visiting
her sister Mrs. Weathersbee in Willis
ton.
Grand Display of Hats and Bonnets and
Millinery Novelties.
Hlaving been in the business for over
30 years, I am certainly up in the
business; besides having the assistance
of a first class up-to-date milliner,
Miss achill, of Baltimore, in this de
t partmen't. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Give us a c111 before you decide about
your hat. Mi's. J. 0. Boag.
MRS. T. C. CAM1AK'S DEATH'
Mrs. Lou Camak wife of T. C.
Uamnak, died at her heme in Fairfield
County on W'ednesday night, October
26. 1898, after an illness of several
weeks with typhoid fever, which she
endured with Christiau patience and
resig nation. The messenger brought
no~ terror to her, but found her pre
pared and awaiting the summons.
She l.aAi given in her beatiifn!, consis
ent Christian life, as well as in her
deathbed tslks to hrhsad hl
ren and friends, abundant ass-rance
tr~a she was ready.
heC leaves her husband and seven
a.euds,tom rnhrosbiht
heCr we are sure is eternal gain. Her
remnains were laid to rest in Bethel
em?netery on Friday following the date
e& her death. The funeral services
were conducted by Rev. Mr. Miller,
the 1lethodist preacher in charge of
FitedCircuit, and her pastor.
A Friend.
iss e Ahe Kind Ycu Have Alway Bought
MEETING OF CAMP RAINES.
There will be o meeting of Cmp
Raines in the Court House in Winus
boro on Monday, November 7th next,
at 1 p m , to take into consideration
the subj.-et niatter of a circular re
ceived from General Walker, which
will be redd t the meeting, and alk-o
other matterp vi importanoe. Atten
tion is also caPed to the fact that No
vember Is, i- : 1e date set for payment
to Adjutant Jtio. J. Neil oi contribu
tions aud stubtriptions to the Monu
ment to the Women of the Confederacy.
A full weetinz of the camp isre
quested. it. H. Jennings,
Commander.
Yellow Jaundice Cured.
Suffering 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
suffering from this terrible malady.
I am gratefully yours, M. A. Hogarty,
Lexington, Ky." Sold by McMaster
Co., druggists. 4
RIDGEWAY LOCALS.
Mr. H. W. DesPortes returned from
Charleston on Saturday. He reports
a very large crowd Sin attendance
during gala week.
Mrs. J, N. Lemaster is visiting in
Columbia.
Miss Bessie McMaster spent Satur
day and Sunday at home.
Mr. Geo. B. McMaster, of Winns- f
boro, was in town for a short while
Sunday evening.
Mr. J. A. Grigsby, who for some
time has been assistant postmaster at
this place, has moved back to his farm
near Bear Break.
The sportsmen are anxiously await
ing the first of November. ~ Birds are
plentiful this year and the boys expect
to bag lots of game.
The Presbyterian was the only t
congregation who had service on
Sunday. Mr. Herndon preached a
forcible sermon which was very much
enioyed. t
Mr. Chas. K. Rabb, who has been
unwell for several days, is out again.
Mrs. J. A.'DesPortes, who is visit
ing her daughter Mrs. J. B. Boyd,
has been indisposed for several days. c
Mr. A. F. Rff, of Rock Hill, spent
several days in town last week.
J. O. N.
-Pawnee Bill's Historical Wild
West This truly superior organiza- ~
tion exhibited here Saturday last.. and c
when we say the performnance* cf L
ovelty and thorough enjoyment .were
qual to anything of the kind evi rd
seen here, we but voice the univers~A a
entiment of those who attended. The e
roprietor, Major .Gordon W. Lillie ~
Pawnee Bill), is a gentleman in every ~
espect, and well worthy .of the patro- n
age of the public at large.-Balti- .a
ore, Md., Sun.t
BLYTHEWOOD NEWS. E
The weathor has been engaged in si
aining for the last few days, and th g
wind endeavoring to fill our eyes with
sand, and now Jack Frost appears.
evertheless our town is on a boom.
The police not being near, there was
uite a little fracas on Main Street &
few evenings ago by two negro men,
ne striking the other a heavy blow,
nicting a gash across his head,
whbch was soon patched iby Dr. Lang
ford.
Dr. S. W. [Bookhardt went to Co
umbia lat 'inursday jfor the purpose
f purchasing a new carpet for the
aptist Church.
Mr. Clark Langford spent last Wed
eday in Columbia.
Messrs. J. U. Hoffman, C. A. Clink- (
scales, E. B. Price, C. H. Wilson and
ohn Entzminger, of the 1st S. C. p
Regiment returned to Columbia the
26th.g
Miss Mattie Entzminger, of Camden,a
has been visiting relatives near here.
Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Ward went to
Columbia last Monday.
Miss Lily Hoffman is visiting rela-g
tives in Winnsboro.
There Iwas an entertainment given
by the ladies ot' Sandy Level for the1
benefit of the church which was quite
a success.
Died, October 17th, at her home
near . here, Mrs. Emaline Raines,
aged $0 years. Chrysan themum. I
Oct. 27, '98.
Dafneiss Cannot be Cured1
by local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.j
There is only one way to cure deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
infmed condition of the mucous
ining of the Eustachian Tube. Wheni
this tube is infiamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing,
ad when it is entirely closed, Deaf
ness is the result, anid unless the in- ?
jammation can be taken out and this I
tube restored to its normal conditisu,
bearing will, be destroyedl fo", ;
nine cases out of ten are cause) a
catarrh, wbich is nothing but an~ in
flamed condition of the mucous stir- hi
faces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused bv
catarrb) that cannot be cured by
Hal's Catarrh Cure. Seud for ciren
Jars; free.
F. J. CHIENEY & (20., Toledo, 0O
$Sld by Druggists, 75o.
CASTOLI.
M ao The Kind You Hiave Always Bnh
Parsnip Complexion.
It does not require an expert to de
teet the sufferer from kidney trouble,
The hollow cheeks, the sunken eyes,
the dark, puffy circles under theeyes,
the sallow parsnip-colored complexion
indicates it.
A physician would ask if you had
rheumatism, a dull pain or ache in the
back or over the hips, stomach trouble,
desire to urinate often, or a burning or
scaiding in passing it; if after passing
there is an unsatisfied feeling as if it
must be it once repeated, or if the
rine has a brick dust depesit cr strong
D~er.
When these symptoms are present,
ao time should be lost in removing the
.ause.
Delay may lead to gravel, catarrh of
he bladder, inflammation, causing
stoppage, and sometimes requiring the
Irawing of the urine with instruments,
)r may run into Bright's Disease, the
nost dangerous stage of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great
liscovery of the eminent kindey and
)ladder specialist, is a positive remedy
'or such diseases. Its reputation is
vorld-wide and it is so easy to get at
mLy drug store that no one need sufer
my length of time for want of it.
However, if yon prefer to first test
ts wonderful merits, mention The
Vews and Herald and write to Dr.
Eilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y..
or a sample bottle and book telling all
Lbout it, both sent absolutely free by
nail.
X1TFORD BRIEFS.
Aut mn, "The Eadest of the year,"
as eme again and brought with it
>eity of work for the farmers to
lo. Almost every one is busy sewing
rain, digging [potatoes, gathering
orn and cotton. It has been a very
avorable fall for harvesting the crop
nd most of the cotton has been picked.
E'be seasons have been very favorable
'or the last week or so for sowing
rain, and I believe almost all the
armers will sow oats and wheat.
adging from expressions among the
armers would say that there will be
ore wheat sown than since the civil
rar.
The chain. gaut has been in our
icinity for some time. The work
one by it is just splendid. Every
bing is carried on smoothly and syste-'
atical'y. People in the neighbor
ood.like Mr. Hood and the guards,
r. Morgan and Mr. Ernandez, very
nch. Don't believe there's mt man in j
he county who is more suitable for I
vrseer than Mr. Hood. Be's quiet
nd painstaking, but firm and decided.
Ie seems to know the meaning of the
rord "drtv." Mr. Tennant and his
o-aborers are to be congratulated
pon their selecting a man so compe
ant. C. S.F.
Get. 29, '98.
Discovered by a Woman.
Another great discovery has beeni
iade, and that too, by a lady in this
onntry. "Disease fastened its clutches
pn her and for seven years she
ri~ustood its severest tests, but her A
ital organs were undermined and
cah seemeei imminent. For three
ioths she coughed incessantly, and
nld not sleep She finally discovered
e ay to recovery, by purchasing of
s .' bottle of Dr. King's New Dis-(
overy for Consumption, and was so
mch relieved o'i taking first dose, that
& slept all night; and with two bot
es, has been absolutely cured. Her
ane is Mrs. Luther Lutz. "Thus
~rries W. C. Hammick & Co., of
helby, N. C. Trial bottles free at
[Master Co.'s drug store. Regular
ze 50n and $1.00. Every bottle
naatnteed. 4
CASTOR IA
For ynfants and Children.
'he Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the'. ''zZ r
Signature of a7 t
RESTVRES VITALIT1J
SMadeea
- WelMan
THE OAVof Me.
1RAT va -
~RENCH REMEDY pron1'ces the above result
arod, Failing Mern u-. Stop ~irains an
nses aused by errors of youth. It wards ofIn
od and Old Men recover Youthrui Vigor. It
n or busines or m~ag Easity carried in f
t vst pocket. Prkce ~f T 6 Boxes $2.C
numail, im plain p.ack- gu i I agae ,w
riten guarantee. Dis. JEAN OT.!.RA, Paris 5
Sold only by 'J. J. OBEAR, Drug- ~
ist, Winnsboro, S. C.1
have just received the
last barrel of
~or Rico 1oI1s888
THAT WAS CAPTURED
n the last bat tle on the 6th of
June by Simpson's fleet.
ALSO A BARREL OF BEST.
. 0. MOLASSES
antd othe'r lower grades.
2 cases Cudahy's Hams, the best a
ams in the' market.
2 lbs Boneess Hams.
200 lbs English Breakfast Strips. A
00 lbs. Bologna Sausage.
O barrels W hite Fish.
2 barrels Mackerel.
All kinuds fresh Canned Goods anid
.e Groceries. A lot of fine Teas a-ud
uar. Also the finest Arica Cofiee.
'all and see me before you purchai-e.
nk you will find it to your advanu
,g.McALY&O.I
I LeADi
CURE
A New and CopeeTreatment, consisting4
SUPPOSITORI Capsules of Ointment and ti
Boxes of Ointment. A never-failing cure for Pile
of every nature and degree. It makes an operatic
with the knife, which is painful, and often resnui
in death, unnecessary. Why endure tis terrib
disease? We nack a Written Guarantee in eac
Si Box No Cde, .o, Pay. joc.and $t a box, 6 fc
,5. Sent by mail. Samples fe
OINTMENT, 25c. and 50a.
CONSTIPATION Cured,a"'ie ,'eete,
I apanese Liver Pellets, tb
great LIVER and S TOMACH REGULATORa
BLOOD PURIFIER. Sinall, mild and pleasa
to take: especiahy adapted for children's se. t
doses 25 cents.
FREF.-A vial of these fnous little Pellets wi
be given with a $x box or more of Pile Cure.
C NoTicE-TH GENE FREsH JAPANSE .*1L
Cu=E for sale only by
J. J. OBEAR, Druggist,
Winnsboro, S. C.
HEADQTTARTERS
-FOR
MILLINERY GOODS
OPEN THE YEAR ROUN.,
PATTERN HATS and BONNET
)f the the latest designs. A complet
ine of Misses', Children's and Infants
,aps. Walking Hats and Sailor's il
tll the new style3.
My Milliner is considered one of thi
)est in town, and our work gives per
Eect satisfaction.
Thanking my Ctl mers for pasi
>ttronage, I solicit a continuance o:
he same.
MRS. A. L. klfeCARLEY.
9-20-Sm
New Goods<-_
->oJust In.
ENGLISH BREAKFAST BACON,
SUGAR CURED HAMb.
PICNIC HAMS.
ONELESS HAMS.
EINZ'S SPECIALTIES.
jickles of all kinds in bottles and
iilk, Sauces, Catsups and Relishes,
White, Apple and Pickling Vinegar
ags furnished. Asked for sample
>ottles. Boston Beans in tomato sauce.
7hey are fine.
New line Fresh Cakes and Crackers
wverything to tempt the appetite.
F. M. HABENICHT.
Ls protty a Stock of Goods as
has ever been brought to
the towa,
)dnsisting in part of Rogers &
Bro.'s celebrated plated wares
-Ladles, Knives, F o r k s,
Spoons, Carving Sets, &c.
-A LSO
Handsome China Cake Plates,
Berry and Salad Dishes,
Vases, Cracker Jars, &c., &c.,
and invite an inspection of
them at your earliest conve
nience.
Respectrully,.
. M. CHANDLER
iols, ES,
MULES.
PERSONS INDEBTED TO ME
>r any of the above stock since last
pring and giving their notes for same,
Lid notes falling due on the first of
actober and the first of November,
B98, will prepare to meet the same, as
rompt payment will be required.
SSTILL A FEW
BugieOz ON HAND.
COWS and CALVES.
I still have a '.few on hand. I will
ay the highest cash price for r oor
attle it healthy and yong.
A. WILLIFORD.
Winnsboro, S. U.
UNDERTAK ING
IN ALL ITPS DEPARTMENU%
rith a full stock of Cask-ets, Burial
~ass and Coffins, constantly on hand,
nd us' of hearse when requestted.
~hankkl for past patronage sod solici
vion f-or a share ini the fhure, in the
M1 st.and
C.alas a~senided to at all hours.
THE ELLIOTT GIN SHOP,
J. M, ELLIOTT & 00.
4-17-1y
- ~S
c ~ ~ %sA
0
I
t
r PALL
OUR PREPARATIONS FOR
thorough and our stock is now ready f
The fact that low price cotton makes m
to render good service by showing a g
reached with cheap cotton.
We call the ladies special attention
to oar fine stock of seasonable Dress
Goods, Novelties in plain and figured
Venetlaus, mixed eficcis in Silk and
Wool, a great variety of Coloring4.
Cotton Goods have never heen a; cheap
as now. We bave a fall stock of all
Staple Cotton Goods, siith great varie
ty in colors of Prints, Percales, etc.
MILLINERY.
Our fall stock is the most complete,
newest, and most stylish we have ever
shown. We can fournish you tho best
work and up-to-date goods at pricus to
please you.
We are hustling for trade and wi
you and save you money. The best go
----GIVE US
-48CALD'WEL
nY I
READY FOR
I AM NOW PREPARE
COMPLETE
Fall and Winte
Dry
Cloth
Boots
Shoes
Hats
Caps
And everything kept in at
GOODS ES7ABLISHi
mense stock to select from
the lowest. Give me a 0
that I am us- to date.
MEN'5, BOY'2
Ready Mad
TO BE CLOSED OUT. CC
LAS
MEN'S SUITS, WORTH $10.00, n
MEN'S SUITS, WORTH Sfi
MEN'S SUITS, WO]
MEN'S SUITE
CHILIX
Now is your time to buy CLOTI
cents.
WINNsBORO D]
ONE BOOR SOUT]
Yellow and Blaek Front.
WINNSBC
The next sessio~n beginis Ssfptembher 2(
pupil ist required to pay an entrance ico
TT 'oN.--Scholars in the Graded Scd
except in oases where they take up erre
One extra, 75 eents per mouth; two si"
Literary ,ourse, 75 ceots per
Sci-ntific coura
C
1Bask higater core in,:de aai -
their stauditngin the ig~h.e a~ct . 1..
;v FI. x2
CJ00D3.
YOUR FALL NEEDS HAS BEEN
>r your inspecion-NEW and BRIG(lT.
oney scarce, spurs us to greater efforts
'eat variety and at prices that can be
SHOES.
We have taken more than usual care
to have our shoe stock complete and of
the best. Try us for any style shoe
I you want; we will sbow you good
goods at low prices.
We have some good values in
C 0 THING
,Men's and Boys', cheap.
A fine line of Neckwear. Gents'
Hats in all styles-new shapes in stiff
and soft hats-priees low. Gents'
Shirts, Collars and Cuffs.
L supply your wants in a way to please
)ds at lowest prices is our aim.
A CALL. -
L & RUFF.e<
BUSINESS!
D TO SHOW YOU A
STOCK OF
r
oods9
mng
FiRST-CLASs DRY
ENT. I have~ an im
and my prices are a~ways
kand. I will conviace you -
ORH OF
AN YOUTW5'
le Clothing
)ME EARLY WHILE IT
TS.
t $7.50.
'.50, at $5.00.
LTH $5.00, at $3.00.
, WORTH $3.00, at $1.75.
REN'S SUITS FROM 50c. UP.
[IG cheaper than cotton at 41
RY GOODS CO.
- G. A. W HITE'S.
-Main Street
)RY S. C.
', 1897 and enids Ju:e >1. 1898. E:- ch
or i cents to me. outingent - .
ool ar not required ' pay tuiti-si,
studi s in the Co'ilegia Deparan- 4..
monin.
se, $1.00 per mont h.
lasical course, $1.50 p- month
ol at Gompetif e 3 inhtorM -w
e 'yest guerantee of . e -
IT HER OW, Principax
More Watche
DAIIGD BeyOnd REPAR7
By So-Called Cheap Watch
markers than by wearing
them too year.
Do you know
That great promptness, good work
and low prices are the features
that have made R. Brandt's bui
ness the largest and only success
of its kind in this part of the
State?
High grade Railroad Watches,
old English and all kinds of for
eign and domestic tinie-pieces
carefully repaired and guaranteed
throughout for 12 months.
Old style key wind chaned to
stem wind watches without chang
ing appearance. Only $15.00.
First-class work only.
Every modem appliance to pro
duce the highest grade of watch
repairing promptly for, the least
money.
CHESTER,. S. U.
TAX NOTI
Taxes will be due and paya
the 15th- day of October to
day of December, 1898.
The tax levy for -State p
5 mills; for ordinary coanty purposes
4 mills; for past indebtedness 1 mill;
for school purposes 3 mills; making a
total levy*of 13 mills on, tte'taxable
property of this comity. There Is in
addition to the foregoing, # special tax
for school purposes of 2 mills in No.1,
No. 14, No. 17, No. 18 and No. 25,
Making a total of 15 mills in those
sehool districts, and a special school
tax of 1 mill in No. 19, making a total
of 14 mills in it.
There is also a tax of one dollar on
ach male citizen between the ages of
21 and 60 years, except those who ae.
lisabled or are made exempt by law,
Texes are payable jin the following
kinds of funds and no other: Gold
and silver coin, United States ear
rency, national hank notes and co
pons, which shall ibecome due anid
payable during the year 1898 on the
wonsolidated bonds known as "Brown -
bonds and the bonds of this Statsd
known as "Blue" bonds, and anyt
ther State bonds which may be issued.
by authority- of an Act of the Gendral -
&ssembly-, the coupons of which mare
by such Act maade receivable for taxes~ a~
Ih may not be amiss to remindube% -
asx payers that -when the time4br j"
:ollectinxg t axes without penalky cel%~
he prese~nt iiienmbent will snrn~
te office -to his successor and
ieither het nor his suesessor can.
;hose whbo 'iac rot up to date in pa
heir taxc:, and to suggest that)
'ush begin a arly as the 1th
am-rber, iro e-- -of as heretoforejo
MYE MeMENHKIAT
county Trsasurer.
IYA CINT HS, Single. -
E{YACINTHS, Double
TULIPS, Single.
TULIPS, Double.
3ROCUS. .]
RARCISS US
POLYANTHUS
NARCISS US, Single?
F'REZIEA.
-ONION SETS
-PRECRPTON
NO. 9383.
Said to be a
-For
Among Cattle=
PRICE, 5o CENTS.

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