Tuesday, January 31, - 1899.
-See mortgagee's sale elsewhere.
--en or twelve goods males for
sale. T. K. ELLIOTT.
-Mr. G. A. White is rebuilding his
bakery which was partially destroyed
by fire recently.
-The third regiment U. S. Volaun
teer Engineers, will sail on Thursdsy
from Charleston on the transport
-John McMaster & Co., are agents
for Nunnally's c%ndies. This candy
is delicious and they have it always
fresh. See their ad.
-The northbound passenger train
due here at about half-past six o'clock
in the morning was eight hours late
on Monday, reaching here at about
-Rev. Jabez Ferris preachea his
farewell sermon on Sunday night, and
in spite of the disagreeable weather a
good congregation was present. Mr.
Ferris will leave this we. for his
new charge at Kershaw.
-Rt. Rev. Ellison Capers,- bishop
Of the diocese of South Carolina,
preached both morning and afternoon
in St. John's Episcopal Church on
Sunday and confirmed two persona.
Bishop Capers ret arned home Monday -
-On Monday mor.ing a child of
Mr. Tom Lewis, of Charlotte, was
buried in the A. R. P. cemetery, ftev.
C. E. McDonald officiating. The
body was broaght down an the noon
train and the funeral took place im
mediately after the arrival of the train.
-The CharleEton people are making
an efort to have several of the big
warships visit Cjh rieston at the time
of the Confederate reunion in April.
If they succeed in getting these shipa
they will no donbt prove a very great
attractiion and many people will have
the opportunity of seeing the battle
ships that they have read so much
about since the war with Spain began.
-The State his recently published a
list of the survivors of the famous
Palmetto Regiment. Mr. J. L. Cant
well, who was a private in Company
H, has for several montrs been at work
upon this list and thinks that he has it
oorrest. There are in this list of sur
vivor3 only two from Fairfield Coun
ty-B. fi. Robertson, private, Com
pany G, of Horeb, and Samuel P.
Newman, private, Comp any G, Ridge
-Tbe sold ways that was predicted
for Saturday brought with it one of
the heaviest snow storms tha.t we
have had in a long time. The snow
begau to fall at ab>nt midnight oai
Friday night and continued falling
heavily all day Saturday until it was
about five inche3 deep. .On Saturday
morning the whole face of the earth
as far as one could see was covered
with a dazzling mass of snow and it
was a most beautiful sight. O.a San
day the sun came out and the snow
melted very rapidly, making walking
very diffeicut and disaigreeable and
leaving the streets in a fearful state.
The snow, however, was a great de
light to many and the beauty of. it
makes us willing to endure the dis
comfort that the snow brings.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Outs,
Brnises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheumn,
- Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chiilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no,
pay reqoired. It is guaranteed to give
per-fect satisfaction, or money refund
ed. Price 25 centr per box. For ;a!.e
by \lcMaster Co.
COtIING AND GOING.
Mr. J. Q. Davis returned on Sattur
day from Columbia.
Mr. George McCanits has returned
to the Rock Hill High School.
Mr. E. Palmer Divia has returned
from the Sousi Carolina College and
is confined to thie house by sickness.
Don't Sell without lnformatonl.
We have been informed tbat persim
mon and a-gwood timber iP being
shipped from this co-unty at three dol
lars aod a half per cord. I bas been
stated that at ti.e North this wood
brings very fancy prices, and we ad
vise those who have thip kind of tim
ber to investigate and find out what it
is worth before selling. They may
get three or four times a . h as they
are now selling it for.
For Over Fifty Years.
MRs. WINSLOW'S SoTHING STRUP
has been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their childr en
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 sufferer imme
diately. Sold by druggists in every
part of the world. Twenty-five cents
a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take
no other kind. 5-26tx1y
'. in 30 dasys. Cue .Nemu:'~.fl AI , k'4'!,:ntec),
Vt-icocele Failr .-le ..y. Sos :u drawns and
ssscued bvverrrs of uth. It wards off in
t fnity and Con'.a:i;n. ~'Yom M<-n rqgain Ma.n
,c.od and Old Men recovr 'Truth:.vior. !t
t.ives vi.;or and s .: osr: -: m.as udfu
.1 ~ m: fr bu nao r r L: . Es:!y carried in
:,.e v;.st pockect. Prg 50 CTS " "z.5
Sold only by J. J. OBEAR, Drug
A hacking cough is a grave-yard
ogh; the sooner you get rd of itthe
betr. Don't wait until it develops
into consumption, but use the cele
brated Dr. JohnW. Bull's Cough Syrup
at once. It is a wonderful remedy for
all throat and lung affections, and will
cure a deep-seated cough or cold in a
few days. Good for ol and young.
Will cure a Hacking Cough.
Doses are small and pleasant to take. Doctors
recommend it. Price 25 cents. At al druggists.
D*VOES WEATHER FORECASTS TOR
Prof. DeVoe, the great weather
prophet, predicts the following for the
month of February:
This month will enter with showers
sollowed by warm, pleasant weather
ever the Southern States. 'The rain
fall will be very light over the East
Golf States, with anusually high tem
pera!nre. Storris will travel over the
extreme northern part of the United
States. 1st and 4nd, cloudy, followed
by r2sia and blustery weather until the
4t'h; 5th to 7th, mild and pleasant; 8th
to 9tb, cloudy, with showers, turning
warLa and pleasant till ths 11th; 12th
to 14th, showers; 15th to 17th, very
warm; 18th to 21st, cloudy, followed
by showers; 22nd to 25th, unusually
warm; and the month will close with
high temperature over the whole coun
The Ravages of Grip*
That modern scourge, the Grip,
poisons the air with its fatal germs, so
that no home is safe from its ravages,
but multitudes have found alsure pro
tection against this dangerous malady
in Dr. King's New Discovery. When
you feel a soreness in your bones and
muscles, chills and fevei, with sore
throat, pain In the back of the head,
catarrhal symptoms and a stubborn
cough you may know you have the
Grip, and that you need Dr. King's
New Discovery. It will promptly cure
the worst cough, heal the inflamed
membranes, kill the disease germs and 1
prevent the dreaded after effects of the i
malady. Price 50 ets. and $1.00.
Money back if not cured. A trial I
bottle free at McMaster Co.'s drug i
store. * 4
MRS. HARRIET HAYS DEAD.
Mrs. Harriet Has, the wife of Mr.
rthur Bays, died at her home, near
ockton, this county, after a few days
lness of pncamonia, on Tuesday
ight, January 24th, 1899. Mrs. Hays'
aiden name was Lanhon. She was aE
ear relative of Joseph andI Samuel
Laion, formerly of this county, and
f Silas Lanhon who went west from
his State and county forty or fifty
ears ago, when this writer was a
mall boy. She was a consistent mem
er of Greenbrier Methodist Church,
in whose Christian character her neighi
ors had confidence. She was for j
bout forty-five years the faithful and -
:ving helpmeet of her husband, whom
he has left in his old age in sad be
eavement and loneliness. May our
leavenly Father in whom he has
rusted comfort and sustain him in his
Mrs. Hays was about sixty-nine
ears old. She leaves, besides her
~usband, a host of friends who feel
eenly their own personal loss in her
.artre, but who rejoice in the
lesed thought that she "is not dead
ut,lepeth," and that in the morning
f the resurrection there shall be a
~appy reunion in that home where
~omes no parting. A Friend.1
January 30, 1899. -
THE CONFEDERATE EEUNION.
Charleston, S. C., Jan. 21st, 1899.
Dear Sir:-We have had inquiry
from a number of county chairmen,
equesting us to state to them, the
mount and kind of provisions re
quired from their zespective counties #
for the re-union of veteraus entertain
mnt in May next. We have, there- #
fore, thought it would help them and 4
ou t:> suggest the amount in detail
hicn, if you can secure it, will make
p the quota of your county.
To properly feed the veterans who
can not find board, who will require
such care, we will necd from your
950 pounds of meat, composed of
im, beef, miuttor, pork, eggs,
1 barrel grits.
2 barrels flour.
3 barrels potatoes.
2 barrels meal.
1 barrel rice.
17') pounds butter.
Pickles, &c., as you may be able to
If you can not send in kind, their
value in money will be an equivalent.
Wmn. W. White, ,
Chairman Comn. on Commissary.
The several camps of the county
will. please take acticn on the above I
circular letter at as early a day as
T. W. Woodward,
Ex. Committceman Fairfield County.
SAML. LINDSAY, M. D.
WINNSBO Rb, S. C.
Offic at Mrs. Ellen Cathcart's, next i
door to Jno. H. McMaster & Co.'s Drug *
W-Night call at Winnsboro Hlo:el.
The Sure La Grippe Cure.
There is no use stffering from this
dreadful malady, if you will only ge
the right r21nedy. You are having
pain 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 rsed up. Electric
Bitters is the only remedy that wil:
give you prompt and sure relief. They
act directly on your Liver, Stomnact
and Kidneys, tone up the whole systen
and make you feel like a new being.
They are guaranteed to cure or price
refunded. For sale at McMaster Co.'s
drug store, only 50 cents per bottle. 1
Notice to Greditors.
ALL PERSONS LNDEBTED TO
the estate of Fred Scruggs, deceased,
are hereby notified to make payment
to the undersigned, and all persons
holding claims against said estate are
requested to present them duly attested
to the undersigned.
R. A. MEARES,
A TRACT OF 176 ACRAS OF
land, on Little River, belonging to
D M. Broom, and bounded by lands
f the estate of R. G. Simontcn, Stev
inion and others.
F,r terms apply to
A . & W. D. DOUGLLSA.
11 17 Attorneys, Winnsboro,. C,
Farmers' Mutual Fire Insur
TIIE ANNUAL MEETING OF
he Directors of the Farmers' Mutual
Fire Insurance Company will be held
n the Cour t House in Wininboro on
he first Monday in February (the 6th).
JNO. G. WOLLING,
JNO. J. NEIL, President.
Secretary and Treasurer.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CoUNTT OP FAIRFIELD.
B Y VIRTUE OF POWER CON
tained in a chattel mortgage,
)earing date 14th day of December,
.898, executed and delivered by A. Y.
Ailling to the Virginia-Carolina Chem
cal Co., and recorded in the office of
he Clerk of the Court for Fairfield
,outy, on the 14th day of December,
.898, In Book Q, page 483, of Chattel
dortgages, I will offer for sale, at the
tere of A. Y. Milling, in Winnsboro,
. C., on FRIDAY, T HE 10T H DAY
)F FEBRUARY, A. D. 18S9, at 1,1
~'clock A. M., the following property,
All that certain stock of goods and
nercandise consisting of staple and
ancy groceries' earthenware, wood
nware, tinware and hardware, now
n store of said A. Y. MiEing, in
3eaty building, in the town of Winns
loro, in the County of Fairfield and
Terms of Sale :-Cash.
R. E. ELLISON,
Agent and Sheriff of Fairfield.
EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that we have Fruit Cake in c ne
and five-pound tins. Raiam.s
in every shape. Currants,
Citron, Figs, Dates. Nationmal
Biscuit Co.'s Cakes in endless
Soda Biscuits fresh evcry
When in need of anything
good to eat call on us.
. M. HABENICHT.
Fave You Seen
WE HAVE JUST SE
FOR T HIS POPULAR
FRESH AND JUST
RIGHT to SUIT YOU.
60c. per lb.
VADE ME A MAN
AJAX TABLETS POSIT1YELY CUBZ
A LL Neess Di.ssee-F.ignas
"-~ A rAX RpteiBY, CO.p1.in3.
Fo sal yn JNO. Htdy b.is. ria
:rd Complete Treatment, consisting of
SCUPP S: TORIES, Capsules of Ointment and two
- Ointment. A never-failing care for Piles
- ntre and degree. t makeS an operation
-ife, which is pain ul, adoferslt
. ..: unnecessary. hy endure this terribe
soascT7, We pack a Written Guarantee-in each
o.Cure,NoPay. %oc.akd$iabox, 6 for
S.-y mail. Samples tree
CINTMENT, U6e. an& 50a.
rL A lO Cured, Piles Prevented, by
SETPATION Ja,"'e- "'e Pets,t:e
e T V2~t and STOMACK REGULATOk and
.Ju.:1 &URIFIER. Small, wild and pleasant
i .: especially adapted for children's use. 50
. 5 cents.
'~E.-A vial of these famous little Pellets will
5:.::ven with a $z box or more of Pile Cure.
-.v;-e-THE GENUINE FRESH JAPANEsZ ILE
%.:.E wc: sale only by
J. J. OBEAR, Druggist,
Winnsboro, S. C.
Sample sent if you say so.
It's unlike all others.
Box, post-paid, 15 cta. in stamps..
It's sold Everywhere.
The Eiecto Silieon Co., 40 Cliff, Street,
better than cure. Tutt's Liver
Pills will not only cure, but if
taken in time will prevent
constipation, jaundice, torpid
liver and kindred diseases.
TUTT'S Liver PILLS
N otice to Voters
T Books of Registration for the
nex: :anicipal Election, to be held on
Apt i, 3rd next for Intendant and four
W it ns for the town of Winnsboro,
S. r.. vill be open for the registeiing
of e -rs at the store of Simpson &
C-r'carE on January 1, 1899, aod
el- d April 1, 1899. All voters in
th -Cion are required to register
wIli ,$ time.
J. E. LOAN,
rvisor of Registratton.
rhespeedy and permanent cure of
t:-wr at rheum and eczema, Chamn
1-S Eye and Skin Ointment is
e .b.t .n equal. It relieves the itch
.r marting almost instantly and
i mdaed use effects a permanent
cnre . I also cures itch, barber's itch,
tv -(1CL.Ca, pore nipples, itching piles.
enat hands, chronic sore eyes and
an a.'ed lids.
Dr Cady's Condition Powders for
hor~ses are the best tonic, blood purifier
ar d' s'ifuge. Price, 25cents. Soldby
Mc.MastAer Co., Druggists. . *
has~often been styled the cause of death
in persons who have long lingered in
disease. The amazing work which the
beart regularly performs would certalil
pre-sur :e its breaking down. The most
active ..oe can talse himself 1000
feu: an hour, the best loco
motiv. 500 feet andthe heart
20,000 feet. To preserve its
energies in full glow and force,
Pabst Malt Extract, The
" Best" Tonic,
till act as an
p a etical
l. a. No 'N il1F
r. .a with
er without rich supplies of blood. The
heart is the great engine of the body.
Keep it going, steadily, easily, persist-.
ently, unto a ripe old age.
Ibhave used your Malt Extract where a "Best"
[onic s;cmed to be indieated, and the results have'
oved2 quite satisfactory. Where a malt preparationl
is recgured, I shall not hesitate to suggest the u:se of
7OU( PrTHOS. SHRINER, M.D.
A: all drug stores.
ToTHE EDITOR:I-i have an absoluts
remney fo osmto.By istmls
thousa.:is of hopeless cases have been already
permaninly cured. So proof-positive am V
of it:- power that I consider it my duty to'
send~ two bott les frss to those of your readers
who i\'e Consumptionl,Throat, Bronchial or
Lung Trouble, if they will write me their
express and postofice address. Sincerely,
r. A. .OCar,..C., isa Pear! St., NewYerk.
5Z'- T.o 1.ditorial and Buainesa Management of
this. a.er Guarantee this generous Propoeition,
M'ONEY TO LOAN.
on i rming lands. Easy payments.
Na nrmisEions barged. Borrower
patxs .:etual cru~t of perfesting loan.
Inter' 8 per cent.
JOHN B. PALMER k SON,
or~ A. S. k W. D. DOUGLASS,
'0-i Winnsboro, S. C.
Augsta 2iv. Actal.t asso
Bbontio. Chaoad sea Dr
.hnta .h3~ In N,rro -s
WE ARE ANXIOUS TO C
WINTER STOCK in 2
- - - - - goo0
We have sorne special values
Patterns and Dress Flann
offer special bargainm
And foa a little money wi
mnanded by modern conditions.
We offer you SEL.Z Shoes '
fidence, because we know them
scientiically designed and corret)
for the least money,
For sale by
.Q. D. W
The at session begins September 2
api1 is required to pay an entrance f1
Tuxuox.--S.holars in the Graded. S<
inu,t in oases where they take up exti
)Me extra, 71 seuats per month; two er
Literary course, 75 cenin pei
Uash higher eeae include all that i
a private families.
The record of the scholars of this sel
heir etading in the higher eolleges, is
WF.r farsher p 3tolr addresi,
- W. H. 5
FORTY NICE TENNESSEE AND
EN i ULKY MULES at my stables
n Winnsboro, from three to five years
ild. These mules can be bought cheap
r cash or on good bankable paper,
>ayable in the Fall. Come one, come
11i who need good mules. I will ex
hange them for broken down mules
r pls hav a. few good Mares and a
ouple of good Saddle Horses, one
eV Two-horse Wagon and one good
I also keep on hand a few
ud will sell them cheap for cash or
change them for dry cattle. Always
eady tor a trade.
I bare engased Mr. S. B. CRAW-.
!ORD for the season, and he will b e
~lesed to see any and all of his ml, y
Winnsbhno. S. C.
LOSE OUT BALANCE OF
11 lines and offer all heavy
Is at- - - -
in Dress Goods, especially in
els, at low cut prices. We
in Wool Underwear.
11 give a great many gyods.
L & RUFF.ce
of form and grace of car
riage from the ease and
freedom given by the
. Y The deformed and unnat
ural foot of the present day
with all the ills which fol
low in its train is therresult
of wrongly made shoes.
ISELZ SHOES give all
the freedom and health of
the andal combined witlt
ith perfect con
to bethe most
)RO= S. C.
, 1897, and ends June 24, 1898. Eact
e of 50 cents to meet contingent ex
stdie in the Ceilegate epartment
se, 61.00 per month.
|Iassical course, 31.50 per month.
recede. Good board can be obtained
ioel at competitive examninations, and
the best guarantee of its effielency.
ar)d If ooI.
OUR CUSTOMERS WVANT.US TO
have NEW GOODS with-every
season, th'eretore we find it un
wI.-e to carry onr stock
over to a second season.
his Cult to Piece
( ilmove it.
(10 to 25 Per Ce 0
on the entire stock, with closir prices
to start with, brinos this fine-ariay of
beautifal goods aown cheape'r. than ....
ever Chester saw them before.
ANTICIPATE YOUR WANTS AND
We mean business aod -*iu
every -.castomer GENUINE
CHESTER, S. .
Tri-Weeklw, $8 aYear~ inMye
Weekly, $1.50 a Year .ina Ayance.
. E LAWYERS' BRWFS
* and everything in job line doe
Sas cheaply as anywhere elsema
'GIVE USA CHANCE,
IEvery penny spen.t at
home is kept at home.
IN ALL ITS EPARTMENTS,
with a fall stock 'of Caskefs, Burial '
Cases and Coffru.s, constantly on hand,
and use of hearse whoa requested.
Thankfni for past patronage and solicle
tation for a share in the future, in the *
Calls atteoded to at all hours.
THE ELLIOTT GIN SB@P,
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