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THE
NEWS AND HERALD.
PUBLIRKED TRI-WEKLY
-BY
: vS AND HERALD COMPANY,
rcKt:% IN ADVANCE:
One Yo:sr, - . . 53.00
e .tiu. - - -- - 1.50
NNSBORO, S. C.
Thurs-lay, February 2. - 1899
THE Columbia State has been call
ing attention to the neglected condi
tion of very importaut historical doca
ments. In Wednesday's issue of thC
State, io its local columns, it is stated:
"Scatterel in indiscriminate disorder
there are numberless old records
originally intended for use by the en
grossing department." It is further
stated that these papers, many of
them d.oubtlesq inyaluable to the State
historian, are "piled in all sorts of
ways around the room," and "lying
loose upon the floor or piled without
apparent order in dry goods boxcs
and old trunks."
To say that the neglect of the&e
papers 's a shame hardly expresses it.
A great deal has been said recently in
reference to tbe importance of local
history of different communities and
of the importance of a history of the
State, snd yet here in a reglected spot
of the State House are thrown away
possibly the only source from which
this faithful historian could prceire
acurai and definite information. It
is folly to complain of the watit of a
writter. hiatory of tie %tte wien we
are d:.iy destro)ing much ot ih
Talnabi. material fo,r this is.ory.
PorIs should not deatroy h-uman
sYup-,w-:, and we fkel cert-i- thel
the wh e State wili hop.e f r Gover
nor E l be's speed y recoYery.
Tns w -tmle comnunli. w lie, e M s
i.- id-pent iu ina!-% v(ir. and
whicn -i.:- ;erved in var. tai a iiw l
sincere'. drplorc her dea,
For Th.: 3ei and Herald.
SUCH Is LIFE.
O0c ->r- were two .-c- o .1 giili
Gait e. ki:.d and brave,
That va-bed to go to a boat dino' che"h
But ::a'md their frienids t - l o
At a- o eyhoarded a . rth bot"]
Atwr bidding as a:! :e e'. ,
No. a::e 'ha d:i co&d tl /.
U..c my> of the .tri,
T;,at in just a few s:o-jr week .
It we.;:ld bring tdI sch)l )ir.a b m.
Ah, soon1 over/the wire from h..me~
A menage sa;tly gleamed,
Telling of a dying mother
Oi which she'd never dreamed.
Soon as she read the message
ohe h..rried to the traie',
Hating to leave her schoolmate,
But anxious to ge't home again.
Soon she was b-tek to ner home,
Qaick;y to her mother's bed,
Scarcely realizing that
'Twhas mother nearly dead.
Sooni the death :angel ctme to that
h>me
Flapp.n- its win:tZ ..'--r her breast;
But trom tier talks , t i r death-bed,
We kuiosv tha' s'., :'.acetulv at
rest.
And now to the rest of her loved ones
We ex;end ouw sympath- :ad love,
For we k.now that we will meet her
again
in the better world above.
While her mate that she left at school
Long i motherless girl nad been,
And oft u.nrse in all this sadness
l{er depest sympathy e'utd iend.
Now she is at home with f-iends again,
And t.,r what reason, 1. w
For no recent death ha, * le-i he?
ho:ne,
But there's a wedding to be.
So one of these school girls
A motther did gain,
But the dearest links of the other
Were rent in twain..
Junior.
SOMETRING ABOUT CHURCHES O?
A LL DENOMINATIONS
Some of the figures ju't published
concerning the different religious de
nomina'n's in the United States are
very in:eresting. The total number
of churc members iA given as 27,714.
623, a gaitn of 862,300 for the year.
The i' crease of the white regular
Ba:>ti,ts is put down at 199,170, while
that of the colored Baptists is gtiven at
3,303. Tshe Cumberland Presbyterians
(white) have trained 23 preachers, 106
cbn che- and 4,993 members.
Trhe other leading denominrat ions
have the fo'llowin'g figures: The Met bo
dists (ot)gained 252 preachers,
119 hurhesand 16,182 members;
white t be Methodists f(senth) gained 1
preache aud 195 churches, while they
last 24,320 members. The Presby
terians (we0:th) gained 293 preachers,
52 churches and 14,643 members; while
thi Pre-b' terians (south) gained .55
preacher -, 57 churshes and 5,381 miem
bers. The Disci pies gained 142
preache'n, 59 churches and 34.536
mnember-,. The Episcopalians rained
96 prea'.hers, 202 churches and 20,964
memb -re The Corgregationalists
gained 70 pr eachers, 68 churches and
10,669 m mbhers. The Romian Catho
lies gained if0 preachers, lost 181
churches :Lud gained 219,791 mnemnbers,
largely hv immigration. The Luthe
ra.ns (aii n'zadies) gained 276 pr.ae-itrs,
344 church'es and 36,000 members.
The Swedenborgians .;have lost 22
preacher , 50 churches and 972 mem
bers; the Unitarians grained 16 preach:
ers, lowt 1 church and gained 5 000
membhers; the Universalists lost 1.5
Dreaeen, 62 chunrches anid gained
2,169 zm"ubers. The Mormons have
gained 1 300 preachers, 106 churches
QUARRY FABRICATION5.
Everybody sbould visit Mr. J. W.1
Heath, at Bundrick, before he killsi
that hog Many gnasses have been
made at its weight. He has ofered a
prize to the one coming the nearest to
it. Mr. Heath still advocates a dis
pensary t Bandrick and has made
application to the State Board to have
one.
The german that took place on the
27th at the quarry, the president in
forms me, wat a success. On account
of the blizzard north, Gilmore's bi nd
did not come. President Jamison,
never found nappiLg, immediately
telegraphed th, leader of the band at
Simpson's and secured their services.
So much for having a night operator
at the turnout.
Another oyster supper on hand.
Oilly -:. few invitations have been ex
tended so far.
Mr. I. Youngston has surely gone.
The piece of c-Oico wrote him to come
at Once.
Capt. Tro liunalt says the Pacolet
Astonisher is inistaken about the da'e
of his marriage, as it surely will not
take place- until next wi-iter.
Will some one kindly answer this
querry: If a man agrees to kill a calf,
cut it up, salt same down for the sum
of 50 centt, ha4 he any right to slip off
aud take the skin and head of tbe cal
without saying anytbing to the lady of
the house?
R. T. Roberts goes every afternoon
with his tingle wagon to Rockton for
his freah supplies of groceries. He
gets them by express C. 0. D.
. Master Woodward Rutland has been
quite unwell for several days.
Mr. Win. Boyd "telephone superin
tendenit," phid the quarry 'phone a fly
iug Visit. Thle pople he: e love to ees
his smiling counite nance.
Rev Mr. Dil coo is visitivg in our
section. He tpent ,everal days at the
qua-ry av - -ue-,t of _1r. and Mrs
iR. T. Rob r... We are p'eased ito say
tha* 11r. Iri.c e wiil p:e-ch :o the
qusrry people onc a muuth. The
pu-'iC gi IjCcr.!Iy are i,tvii d Seats
f. V
eV a: in rmeirtI : h - Sou:iierni
Raii;way rlposc to ii,ake l1ockton a
dinner sthiio:i. S
J s.uary *3 1899.
Regardless of Age.
The k!dies are iczp..' e for
t ti .e %ick..ess,suf i: ald th
th tin 3nV other or-a- f M e body.
A majority *f ills afIl:cting
troubtle. It ~s.ie- all c'as:a' of
Vi y i~~ ci lmat 1, reard ..ss of
a. , r conutin.
kTe symptomn- .t i - e.. y troubn
e o min kab , I uc a, t rhuma't ~ism,
nurdgin, g* - ene w i,pt ai. sli Iu
ac::e iiih Ii k 4 '.deU trinate
,,.t.t O.My or it:', pron.e or scant y
U..r:c ar.id or rick-zn t deposit in
arm arg- ,igsS of clogged kidne, s,
eai poi -0::e :Land gersn-filled
i,10,>l. Smie:imes the heart acts
':adlv, and tube casts (wva-aiug of .he
kidne-ys)i are found in the urine,
which if neglected will result in
Bright's Diseses, the most dangerous
torm of kidney trouble.
All these sy'mptomns and conditions
are iromptly removed uinder the in
fluence of D)r. Kilmer's Swamp-Root
It has a world wide reputation for its
w ;ndorfu! cures of the most distressing
case3s.
No on:e need be long without it as it
is so e tsy to get at any udrag store at
fifty cents or one hoil:sr. You can
have a sample bottle of this wontderfni
discovery, Swamp-Root, and a book
teling all about it, both ient to yor
absolutelv free ny mail. Send your
add ress to Dr. Kilmuer & Co., Bing
lamton, N. Y., and kin.dv mention'
that von read this liberal offe-r in THE
NE WS AND HERALD.
Easiiy, Quickly, Permnanently RestoredI
?AGNETIC NERV INE issl wt
"tea to Cure Insommsa, Fits, Dizzmness, Hysteria,
-rvous Debility, Lost Vitality. Seminal Losses,
a:rg M.emory-the result of Over-work, Worry,
:k;e-ss, Errors of Youth or Over-indulgence.
Price 50Oc. and $1; 6 boxes $5.
Fcn quick, positive ad lasting results in Sexual
Veakness. Impotencv. Nervos~ D)ebiity andi Los
.itality us~e YELLOW LAEEL SPECIAL-double
:trngtfi- v. ii. give strength and tone to everv part
-edJ effect ai permianenit cure. Cheapest ancf best.
*oo Pills s2. ny: mail.
FR EE-'oc.tJe of the frmous Japanese Liver
elets wvill he given with a a' box or more of Mag
actic Nervi.e. 1ree. Sold only by
J. J. OBEAR, Druggist,
Winnsboro, S. C.
Machinery !
Manufacturers' Agents for tbe
SMITH SONS
ENGINES, BOILERS, &c.
Oar MR. S. C. McKEOWN is a Tele
phone crank too.
Phone in onr cORN WE L.1 , S.C
office on Winsmsbono
and Cbester lina. 6~-ly
MONEY. TO LOAN.
On farming !ar de. E-cy ps yrmen:s.
No commwis-ious harged. Borrower
oie's actual ort of perfecting~ loan.
[autcrest 8 per cent.
JOBN B. PA LMER & SON,
Columbia, 8. C.,
or A S. & 'v I'. DOUGLASS, I
10-4 Witneboro, S. C. I
A PRICANA wili cure Co'nstipations and
AegetablePreparationforAs
similating theToodandRegula
&itheStomahsandBoweLsof
PromotesDigesioTl,CherFul
nessard&est.contains neitfir
Opjunj,Norpbine -nor Uineral.
NOT NE-RC OTIC.
a WEgg= - a oro
AperfectRemedy for Constipa
tion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea,
WorNms,Convulsions,Feverish
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP.
TacSimile Signature of
NEW YORK.
rxACT coPY oF WAPPR]
emme
* I
Gerstle's Fe
SWhich is absolutely the best female
spair of being cured. This medici
those ingredients intended by natm
ters not if other remedies have been
dieton or biliousness, move the b
Joseph's Liver-Regulator. If y
write us and we will send them to y
Panacea, $1.00 per Bottle.
L. ERTLE & O.,
~ %BY SUQYING .D RECT FROM '
E. ROSENYS'URGER & Co.,
202-204 E. 12d St., NEW/ YORKC CITJ3
The Largest Clothing
Manufacturer in America.
G waith Extra Pants and 5
we ? xpressageC. 1
These uits aygua r:wn ter:!to be miado fron: I
prted Wool Chevst, la Liach, !J!ae, Grey and Broi
n sizes from -; to 9 yLnrs of nre. Madr up dont
reasted. with Slr C.!!ar-Co!!ar faacy embroid
d-lined with fa Black~ Albert Twill Sat en a
'atca: Waist Bado. TIriraming r.nd Workmansl
he very best. Size for :o to 15 years, without Sal
oar. Mention aae ard if large or smal!.
[ ThisStyle -
. wthExtraI
PaePants
C
.. This style a
m.m.
When ordering send rost of're,
lipress Money order eor Re strd
etters. also age at lzst 1!t y
and if large or .m i n aU ae
oney cheeriuity ref:: f
ant'%o.s. .:-!:l
OhIIHiDIHij'jlIHijjhHHlIifHIRI
SIN a caefu chemical ex
miation of the leading
SMalt Extracts of the world,
Ethe United States Govern
=ment Chemists found
Mat Ea
Swas the only one of all that
was absolutely pure and per
fect. Others cannot replace
it.a
At all drug stores.
HHiHHHHHHHHIIHHHHHHnH
UTOIA
7 nfants-adChildren.
T id You Have
Always Bought
Bears the
Signature
The
Kind
You Have
Always Bought.
CASTORIA
THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW VORKCrV
GERSTLE'S
emale Panacea
Cures All Diseases of Women.
ANY wmen re ider the impression
4 that tidiseaes eiculiar to t eir sex
are natural and incurable because so
ny suffr constantlY from th is
Itkp. F'ew women re so b"%~ ieae
at y ca "tabe cure . is true,
thatd they taken a remed
efficient when thefirstsymptomso
~ase appeared, a more rapid cure woud
f; a%e' en the're.111t. "o wmnsol
nec herself. Whenthe monl e
roD becomes too freque ain Pfulro
fuse. obstruceted. orirregularin any W7
or ifhesuffers f romfalln ofthe'W
wvhiteq. or any other fem:fe troal. h
should at once resort to the use of
male Panacea
remedy ever offered her. Even if she has
o fasten itself upon herjahe should not .de-.
e is a purely vegeta be tonic. conting
ried and proven failures-GertIe's.Fe
he gently with afew mil doe of St.
al chrs pai onDreceipt of price
Liver Regulator, $5c per Package
Chattoga,jenn.
Li ty
In gypt the customa is for Princessef
to hide their beauty by covering
the lower part of the face with a veil
'In Amecrica the beauty of many o:
ou won:en is hidden because of the
weakness and
50 sickness pecu
liar to the sex
b - If the Egypt.
ian custom pre
I '~ vailed in thii
country, mnany
sufferers would
be glad tc
cover thnei11
wrinkles, then
sunkencheeks,
1 their unnealthy
IIcompic.:non, from the eyes of the
world with the veil of the Orient.
Bradfield's
Female Regulator
brings out a woman's true beauty.
It mnakes her strong and well in those
organs upon which her whole general
healtn depends. It corrects all mnen
stra! disorders. It stops the drains
of Leu corrhota. It restores the womb
to itspoper place. It removes the
causes of headache. backache and
nervousness. It takes the poor, de
iliae,weak, haggard, fading
wmnand puts yer 1on; her feet
again, making~ her tace beiaptiful by
nmakinvg her body well
Drug~gist.i sell it for S1 a bottle.
The BradfiaiJ Fegulator Co., Atlanta, Gs.
For Sale.
A TRACT Ok' 176 ACRES OF?
land, on Little River, belonging to
D. M. Broom, and bounded by lands
of I.be csfa:e of IL G. Simonton, Stev
-enson and others.
-IFor termus apply to
A. S. &W.D. DOUGL ASS
5 11-17 A ttorneys, Winnsboro, S. C,
AN~D ITS CUR8
TO THES EDrrOR:-I have an absolute
Eremedy for Consumption. By its timely us
thousands of hopcless ctses have been already
Spermanently cured. So proof-positive am )
of its power-that I consider it my duty to
sen tw botle fee o toseofyour readers
Lung Trouble, if they. will write mue their'
express and postoffice address. Sincerely,
T ~. A. SLOCU,1. C., I83 Pearl St.,lNew York.
HiAi L ALSAM
oito
JusuRect'Ls
ti
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A Fresh Lot of
Buist's
S
Garden Seed
t
Cenutral Ti me Botween Cal ainbla and Jadio
monillte. Euaterm time Between Co
I umbla and O911br Points.
Effectire Januar 10, 1m.
Narthbon. 30. $9o. So No.
Norhbond.Daily. Daily. Exsuazr
L-y.J'ville,F.0.&P.Ry.. 8'00t ; j. 12
-. Savannah ........... 1301p 12 p 8 p
Ar. Culumbima........... 4 06p 4 a 78019;
lv CharunSCAGRU. '# 00 a 5 80p....
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- Graniteville ........ 12 30p 10I p
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Sr OumUEN. e'.45 1A0LWAY.
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" vNew or.......... 12 4p 1 28 a 5p
Lv.Nerk,PSa.4RR. 12 00 a 5 8.
" Phiadelphia..... 220p pTU8 1
".Ba...or........ p 489 10 a
L xt. hon......... ...... 1210 1 O1m
" Rock ins........ 4lOp 102 a dp I
A. Celumblan. det 54 Ol 2 d10
" Johlnstns....... 8l 2 5a36 a e
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Ar Ahen..............8 94 20 a lO7
" Ganivi ........lil 9 Coa SlOp
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servationa'ly. a C y.
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?ibue thd......cars ad 6 ls
cAchnr. Aiof...... Ste.
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ano i Rma.-j~ OK
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tween .1 eand Neat and Pan-t
ma d ong tw Au guta and Chr
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and Colmnbia,wen-rrutendalbetween Jacson
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bi ng e serve f a maln uoar- .
u oarter. eThiue raighbtwman willksen
thoroghlyC ucated in te scine
@ fLife Assurance Socite atyo
* uccessu sLicitng 'A.era e Soiat nob
buier profesions o ecr- sp
qring eitaerwich fs maore cr- Fa
mcnratied h abiit riereencytsa
*cndted with einebry ad badi
qitr. Therresponde n wilbmez
* whosrhl eaed ne ermneti
ofloyeinurance and abtie t ofI
attaine proesin t prfe
cap s nitd. ic s oe e
W. J. (rreO,DOEY,e Mg, m 17
3-19-3m Reck H ill, '9. U.
c asEaesge Drammemra.
ENNYROYAL PILLS 2
SHERIFF'S SALE.
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION
me directed, I have levied upon
id will sell to the highest cash bidder
ifore the Court House door in Winns
iro, S. C., on the first Monday in
,bruary, one enge and boiler, one
-ick machine, and all tools and imple
ents attached and belonging thereto.
svied on as the property of J. D.
eal at the suit of DesFortes Mercan
le Company.
R. E. ELLISON, S. F. C.
Winnaboro, S. C., Jan. 13, 1899.
1-13td
CLEBE'S SALE.
5TA rE OF soUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
asan A McM,-r Liin v,. William I).
Davis, in his own right, and as At!
ininistrator of the estate of Joseph
K. Davis, deceased, Fannie C.
Powell,. The Winnsboro Bank and
The Farmers and Mechanics Bank;
of Columbia, S. C.
N pursaare of an order of the
Court of Common Pleas, made in
is above stated case, I will offer for
ale, before the Court House door in
Finnsboro, S. C., on the
FIRST MONDAY IN FEBRUARY
ext, within the legal hours of sale, at
ublic outcry, to the highest bidder,
1e following described property, to
rit:
All that tract or parcel of land situ
te in the County of Fairfield, in the
tate aforesaid, a little south of the
illage of Aiouticello, containing
NINE HUNDRED AND TWENTY
Leres, more or less; being the same
ract of land conveyed to Joseph K.
)avis, deceased, by John Bauskett, b:
qed dated the 4th day of Apri,
801, and recorded in Book WW, page
46, in the office of the Register of
fesne Conveyancesof Fairfield Coun
4, and described in said deed as
ounded on the north by lands of
"homas Bell, William Blair, E. F.
yles and the said Joseph K. Davis;
n the east by lands of Joseph K.
)avis and Jonathan Rabb; on the
oath by lands of Dr. Thomas Farman
nd John Willingham; and on the west
y John Bell, John Willingham and
.homas Bell, the present boundaries
f the said land being more particu
arly indicated by the plat made by
dgar Trapp, Surveyor, on the 25th
lay of August, 1898. The said prem
see to be first offered for sale in sepa
ate tracts or parcels- as indicatcd on a
late thereof made by Edgar Trapp,
)arvevor, on the 24th and 25th An
ust,. 1898, which plat is filed in the
mice of the Clerk of the Court in the
ecord of this cause, and will be ex
ibited on day of sale; the bids of the
ighest bidders for said separate tracts
o be accepted by the Clerk condition
1ly, that is upanl condition that the
remnises when sold as one enttre tract
s~ hereinafter directed, shall bring less
ban the aggregate of the amounts of
he highest bids for the tracts as offered
epMratelIy. And when all of bald
eparate 4racts or parcels have been
'fered for sale and knocked down to
be bighest bidders therefor condition
Ily as above set forth, the said Clerk
ball offer the entire premises, made
tp of said parcels en masse, as a single
ndivided tract. If the aggregate of
be amounts of the highest bids bid
or said tracts or parcels offered sepa
ateh~ shall exceed the amount bid for
be entire premises as a whole, then
be Clerk bhall, upon compliance wlth
be terms of shle, execute to eachi of
be respecaive purchadors for said
eparate tracts a deed for the tracts so
eparstcly seld. But if the amount
id for the entire premises en masse as
single tract shall exceed tbe aggre
'ate of the amounts of the highest
ids offered for the said premises as
onditionally sold in separate tracts,
ben the said Clerk shall execute a
leed to the entire premises to the high
st bidder for the entire tract, and the
ids for the tracts as offered separate
y shall be wholly disregardet, (Plat
f said land can be seen in Clerk's
fice at any time before sale day, if
esired.)
TERMs OF sALa.
One-third et the purchase-money to
e paid in cash on the day of sale, the
salance in two equal annual instal
lents from the day of sale, with in
crest from the day of sale at eight per
mntum nor annum, to be secured by
Lie bonf of the purchaser or purchas
rs and a mortgage or mortgages of
te premises sold, or for all ciash at the
psion of the purchser or purchasers.
'he purchaser or purchasers to pay for
Il necessary papers. And if the pur
baser fails to comply with the terms
f sale, the Clerk shall resell the said
remises on the same or some succeed
ig salesday on the same terms with
ut further application to the Court,
id at the risk of the former purchaser.
Sold at the risk of the former pur
iaser.
, 1R. H. JENNINGS,
Jan. 13th, 1899. C.&F. F. C. I
1-14td
Tax Rolin,198
The Auditor's office will be open to
ceive tax returns from -lanuary .the
t to February 20th. Ail persona
iiing to make returns within the
ove mentioned dates will incur -the
per cent penalty. All -male citi
us between the age of 21 and 60 are
hble to poll tax unless -Ixemnpt by
w. The Auditor or his depaty~will
at the followirg places -on day-s
ecifled and the balance of time :to
brnary 20th in coffice in Winnsboro.
Albion, Tuesday, January 10.
Buckhead, Wednesday, January 11. .
Wolling, Thursday,. January 12.
CJrosbyville, Friday, January 13.(
Woodward, 8aturday, January 14.
White Oak, Monday, January, 16.
Gladdens Grove, Tuesday, Saanary
Flint H ill, Wednesday, Jarmar y, 18. 1
Ridgeway, Friday, January 20.
Longtown, Monday, 23
'entreville, Tuesday, January 24.
1. L. Coopers, Wednesday, January '
e
Blythewood,. Thursday, January 26 c
loreb (F. M. Ctarlee's etore)Friday .
mnary, 27.
donticello, Monday, January 30.
Fenkinsville, Tuesday, January 31.
J L. RICHMOND, A. F. C.
!1? EAY RW 9I
"HOUSEHOLD
SEING M nIK
THE MOST MODAN SEWIN
MACHINE OF THE AGE, EM
BRACING ALL OF THE
LATEST IMPROVE
MENTS.
-Unequaled for
Durability,
Range of Work.
andSimplicitv.
Old Sewing Machines taken in e
cdange.
D)ealers wanted in unoccupied terd.
tory. Correspondence solicited.
Address,
J. H. DERM8llRE;
- GzmL AGEN,
EB&i BUILDING, INCHMOND, V*
-FOR A
LIMITED
time we are prepared to
offer
BARGAINS
-mn
COLUMBIA
-and
HARTFORD
BICYCLES.
These Wheels are in
No. 1 Condition
and are offered at reduced
prices, being shop worn.
JORDAN & UAVIS
AGENTS.
2-19
As protty a Stock of Goods as '
has ever been brought to
the towa,
Consisting in part of Rogers &
Bro.'s celebrated plated wares
-Ladles, Knives, F o r k s,
Spoons, Carving Sets, &c.
--ALso
Handsome China Cake Plates,
Berry and Salad Dishes,
Vases, Cracker Jars, &c., &c.,
and invite an inspection of
them at your earliest conve
mience.
Respectrully,
C. M. CHANDLER
N otice to Voters
The Books of Regi'tration for the
text Municipal Election, to be held on
Lpril 3rd next for Intenidant and four
Vardens for the in~wn of Winnsboro,
.C., will be open for the register inw
f voters at the i.tore of Simpson k&
Atcart on Janiutry 1, 1899, and
loeed April 1, 1899. All voters in.
uis election are required to register
ritbin this lime.
J. E.' OAN,
Intendant.
W. M. CA T HCART;

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