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LO0CAL. INTELLIGENCE1
ThursdAy, February 2, - 1899
LOCAL BRIEFS.
-The County Pension Board wi:
meet on Monday, 6th of February.
-The telephone line between Winns
baro and Ridgeway was down on
Wednesday.
-Mr. Landecker has moved his
stock of goods into the new store
owned by Mr. J. L. Bryson.
--McMaster Co. have a supply of
Landreth's garden seeds :and onion
sets, and also have May's garden and
1ower seed. This is the time to think
of planting your garden, so -read their
advertisement, give them a call and
try their seed.
-The cotton warehouse is about
completed and cotton is being stored
in it. Mr. Strickland and his men.
who have been putting in ths system
of waterworks.snd ire ~etinguishers,
will leave in a few days, their work
beins, finished.
-A Boston paper tells of. a Connec
tical farmer who fed sawdust and corn
meal to his hens with succars 'tntii he
set a hen with 13 eggs, the result being
12 cbicks with wooden Ilegs and -:ne
woodpecker. The farmer should have
known better than to set on IS eggs.
-It is narrated that'a New England
pre-eher of the olden times -was par
alyzed during a sermon by discovering
his rude offsprig in the gallery pelt
ing the hearers in the pews below with
peanuts. But while the good old* man
was preparing a frown. of reproof the
young hopeful cried out: "You tend
to your preaching, daddy; PIl keep
'emawake."
-Dr. B. H. Teague, of Aiken, calls
attention to the fact that Tennessee
helped Nac1ville to entertala:the Con
federate 7eterans, and Georgia helped
Atlanta Georgis's assistance to At
lanta wasnot especially geaerous; bat
on ths occasion of the Nashvilie re
union, one Tenessee county alone
contribated !,0O0 hams. Dr. Teague
promies th3t Camp Bee, U. C. V., of
Aike, and Aiken Cou-ity, will con
tribute their share in money and pro
visons to Charleston.
-The report thit Governor Ellerbe
had died on Tuesday was circulated
here on Tuesday. evening, the news
having been brought by passengers
from Columbia on the 6 o'clock train.
As evtry one hd heard of the Gov
ernor's serious illness, no one was
surprised a' the news, and there wan
every reason to believe the rumor.
The papers on Wednes-lay, however,
contained the news that the report
was a mlstake and th-at the Governor,
though quite sick, is not thought to be
dangerously ill.
-The .ladies of Columbia held a
meeting on Monday for the purpose of
deciding upon the best way to raise
money for a med.ai to be preserited to
Lient. Victor Blue. Since the legis
lature ref used to present the brave
young officer with a sword these
ladies have felt that he should receive
some gift from his State in recogni
tien of his gallant behavior during the
war and have gone to work to raise
the necessary funds. At this meeting
a lady was appointed to collect money
for the Blue medal and Mrs. W. D.
Dougla.ss was appointed .to collect in
Winnsboro. No doubt there are,
many who wish to contribute to this
fund and who would like to help the
ladies to do for Lieut, Blue what the
legislature was not willing to do. It
is hoped that . Winnsboro will not be
behin.d her sister towns in contributing
to this fnnd.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The B3est Salve in the world for Cuts,
* 8ruisee, Sores, Ulcers, Salt RhTenrm,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chitiblains, Corus, and all Skin Erup
tious, a.nd positively cures Piles, or no
pav required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refund
ed. P'rice 25 cents per boz. For sale
by McMaster Co.
Attention, Firemen!
Attend regular mee,ting of Steam
Fire Company tbis (Thursday) evening
at 7.30 o'clock. Come prepared to pay
dues. G. B. McMaster,
Secretary.
Chapter Meeting.
The regular monthly convoeat f
Winnisboro Chapter No. 2, R. . .
will be hcid in Masonic Hall this
(Thnrsday) evening at 7.30 o'clock.
By order of the E. H. P.
C. M, Chandler,
Secretary.
A GOOD SUGGEsTION
The good roads quiestion is being
agitated by the Greenkville News and
it is proposed in this paper that the
* State farm be abolished and that the
convicts in each county be hired out
to build good roadR. This plan sug
gested by the Greenville News will
meet the approval of every one who
has to travel over bad roads. The
roads in this county are at present in
great need of improvement, and from
the different counties comes the same
comp.laint. So much is said on this
subject that some good ought to come
of it.
For Over Fifty Years. -
MRs. WINsLOW's SOOTHING 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 gum.3,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is
the best reu.edy for diarrhcea. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immne
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
Stubborn
A stubborn cold is easily taken; it
sticks to some o all winter and
very often dev p Into bronchitis or
consumption. YbUshouldcare a cold
rompty by' taking Dr. Bull's Cough
YrP. Ths celebrated remedy is ac
knowledged to be most efficient and
reliable for all affections of the throat
and lungs. It cures a cold at once.
Dr.Buli's
Cough Syrup
Promptly cures Stubborn Colds.
Doses are small and pleasant to take. Doctors
recommend it. Price 25 cents. At all druggists.
COMING AND GOING.
Mr. Preston Rion was in Columbia
on Tuesday.
- Mr. E. W. Hanhau has gone to
Richmond, Va.
Mr. Henry L. Elliott was in Colum
bia on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bostic went to
Ridgeway on Thursday.
NRev. T. D. Bratton, of Spartanburg,
was in town on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs, R. A. Stevenson have
returned home after visiting Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Beaty.
The Charlotte Observer says that
Miss Christine Ellitt is visiting her
sister in Pineville, N. C.
Mr. Elliott Ketchin returned from
Baltimore Wednesday. Mr. A. B.
Qathcart, who is under treatment in
Baltimore, will remain some time
longer.
Grip's Ravages Deomed.
So much misery and so many deabe
have been caused by the Grip, that
every one should know what a won
derful remedy for this malady is
found in Dr. King's New Discovery.
That distressing stubborn congb, that
inflames your throat, robs you of
sleep, weakens your system and paves
the way for Consumption is quickly
topped by this matchless cure. If
you have chills and fever, pain in the
back of the head, soreness in bones
andl muscles, sore throst and that
cough that grips your throat like a
vice, you need Dr. King's New Die
sovery to cure your Grip, and pre
vent Pneumonia or Consumption.
Price 50 cts. and $1.00. Money back
if not eured. A trial bottle free at
McMaster Co.'s drug store.
DEATH OF MRS. C. LADD
As will be seen in a communication
pblished elsewhere in these columns
rs. C. Ladd died at her home in this
eunty on Monday. Only a short
tme ago we published a sketch of this
emarkable old lady at the request of
ome of her friends. For s ears Mrs.
Ladd lived in Winnsboro and during
er stay here she conducted a school
which was attended by many wh'o are
till livingihere. lSte was in many
espects a most wenderful woman,
,d during the lastyears of her life,
hen she was deprived of her eye
ight, her patience and resignation
er. the admiration and wonder of
hose around her. The entire comn
2nnity has been saddene-i by the news
ftMrs. Ladd's death.
EACHING CHIEDEEN GOOD MAN
NNEES
Good manners-cannot be learned in
.moment. There are certain forms
rhich society has agreed people must
~onform to if they wish to appear
ell bred, and these are often not at
1ll what the natural inclination would
~rompt one to do under the circumn
tances. Children must be taught
bese conventions, andlwe must not
e surprised ifjthey are sometimes
slow in learning them, nor despair if
fter much teaching they at times re
pse into native barbarism. Patient
erseverance in training them will at
ast produce the desired result. The
onstant repetition that seems so irk
ome, combined with tha silent force
f daily example, will effect the end in
iew-a well-bred child.- February
adies' Home Journal.
THE REDISTEICTING BILL.
The redistricting bill has p.assed the
ouse and the arrangement of thi
auntie3 sill be as follows. As will
e seen, Fairfld County is in the
atree District:
Pee Dee District-- The counties of
arlboro, Chesterfield, Darlington,
aron, Florence, Horry.
Santee District-The counties of
Gorgetown, Williamsburg, Charlos
cn, Berkeley.
Wateree District-The counties of
airfield, Kershaw, Richiland, Sumter,
larendon
Eldisto District-The counties of Or
ngeburg, Barn well, Bamberg, Hamp
ton, Beanfort, Colleton, Dorchester.
Saluda District-The counties o,f
Aiken, Lexington, Edgefield, Salada,
reenwood, Laurens, Newberry.
Keowee District-The counties of
Abbeville, Anderson, Oconee, Picke'js,
reenville.
Catawba D)istrict-The counties of
Spartanburg, Union, Cherokee, York.
Uester, Lancaster.
The Sure La Grippe Cure.
There is no use snfferiug from this
dreadful malady, if you will only get
the right remedy. You are having
pain all through your bodi, your live'r
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 sou prompt and sure relief. They
act directly on your Liver, Stomach
and Kidneys, tone up the whole system
and make you feel like a new being.
They are gnaranteed to cure or price
refunded. For sale at McMaster Co.'s
dmu stora e, on0cnts ner bottle. 1
XXS. C. LADD DEAD.
A Remarkable Woman Passes Away.
Buckhead, Jan. S0.
Mrs C. Ladd died this evening at
Dueua Vista about five o'clock. For
i he last week she hag been quite sick
and the end was not unexpected.
Mrx. R. L. Wilke and Dr. J. D.
Carezon of her immediate family
wprfn with her. Miss Josephine is
ye, quite ill with pneumonia, but hope
of her recovery is now entertained.
I suDpoie Mrs. Ladd will be laid to
rest beside her son Dr. C. H. Ladd in
Saiem Presbyterian cemetery.
. BEYOND THE NIGHT.
"The lark-like voice that sang so long,
Through bitter days or bright,
Has found the source of deathless song
Beyond the night.
The l6yal heart that beat so true,
Uauhanged by earthly ills,
Has rvacbed the everlasting blue
Of God's own hills.
The poet soul that clearly saw
In every mcrtal thing,
Twin miracles of love and law
Has taken wing.
The eyes by stress of time made dim
Death's mystic border passed
Beyond the far horizon's rim
See liebt at last."
'I his beautiful poem was written
by W. H. Hayne, Esq., and as it is so
app ',%le to our friend Mrs. C. Ladd
I ha i copied it as a tribute to her
wen: .wy and hope that you will give
it s! ace in your columns.
Nimperte.
,. 7belp.rarbed
trom ;Me
HINDPO
- RESTOES VITALITI
Made it
141 1 1 7WeA Man
THE T of Me.
GREZAT -T. 1
n d.H RE sEDroduces the above result
FInE3NdYS. CuresNer-dos.DeiiyTllwotex4a
..-,, cele, Filing AfcANO)y. Stop'saldrai!111a4
iosses caused by errcrs of outh. 1twards ofa.
;ni-y and Consurption. Vounglten regain Man
iool azid Old Men recove-r ytutifj vigor. it
vn o d s;ze to shrunkca arKans, and fits
- irin f,,r bud!;!c.t.s or =i-Tiagc. Efsfly carried in
-e VC tock .-t. 1rice 6 Boxes $2.5a
it.nr.guar-.ntre. DR. 0 KA. Paris
Sold only by J. J. OBEAR, Drug. I
gist. Wiunsboro, S. C.
WANTED!
t
EVERYBODY TO KNOW
hat we have Fruit Cake in one
anid five-pound tins. Raisins
- i every shape. Currants,
Citron, Figs, Dates. National
Biscuit Co.'s Cakes in endless
variety.
Soda Biscuits fresh every
three days
When in need of anything
good to eat call on us.
F. M. HABENICHI.
A large supply of Lan
dreth's Garden Seed
and Onion Sets.
Ihy' Girleii hover 8eet.
EEN CAKES OF
AIRY SOAP (see
d. in magazines) and a
eautiful Calendar for
25 Cents.
Doctors Say;
iiious and Intermittent Fevers
which prevail in miasmatic dis
ricts are invariably accompan
ied by derangements of the
Stomach Liver and Bowels.
The Secret of Health.
The liver is the great "driving
wlel" in the mechanism of
man. and when itis out of order,
th whole system becomes de -
ened and disease is the result.
Ttt's Liver Pills
Cre all Liver Troubles.
ELECTRO
SIL ICON
Shines
Silverware
Surprisingly
without
Scratching.
Sample sent if you say so.
it's unlike all others.
Box, post-paid, 15 ets. in stamps.
It's Sold Everywhere.
The Electo Silicon Co., 40 Cliff, Street,
New York.
JAPANESE
P LRIS
C URE
ANew and Comlete bett, consistingc
SUPPOSITORIS Cpules of Ointment and tw,
rloyes of Ointment. A never-failing cure for Pile
sf every nature and degree. It makes an oeatio
with the knife, which is painful, and often result
in death unnecessary. Why endure this te,rribli
dise3sai We pack a Written Guarantee In o
$1 Box. No Cure, No Pay. o.and $i a box,6 fo
$S. Sent by mail. Samples free
OINTMENT, 25c. ana 50a.
CONSTPATIIJ C1W.Piloes Prevemad,b
CONSTIPATION . so uVer llet tl
great LIVER and STOACH REGULATOR ai
BILOOD PURIFIER. Small, mild and pleasar
to t-ke: especially adapted for children's use.
dc-;es.75 cents.
FR EE.-A vial of these famons, little Pellets wil
b. given with a $1 box or more of Pile Cure.
NoTics-THE GENUM(E FR.ESH JAPAN4ES9c IL
CuaE for sale only by
J. . OBF.AR, Druggist,
Winnsboro, S. C.
SAML. LINDSAY, X. D.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Office at Mrs. Ellen Catheart's, aex
cloor to Jno. H. MeMuter & Co.'s Drul
Store.
MNight sal at Winnsboro Hotel
12-6-3m
Farmers' Mutual Fire Insur
suranee Company.
THE ANNUAL MEETING 01
he Directors of the Farmers' Mutua
10ire Insuran.ce Company will be hele
n the Court House in Winnsboro o
he first Monday in February (the 6th)
JNO. G. WOLLING,
JNO. J. NEIL, President.
Secretary and Treasurer.
1-18-2w
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTT OF 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.
iilling to the Virginia-Carolina Chem
cal Co., and recorded in the office c:
he Clerk of the Court ior Fairfieli
;outy, on the 14th day of December,
898, in Book Q, page 483, of Chatte:
dortgageseI will offer for sale, at the
tore of A. Y. Milling, in Winnsboro,
;. C, on FRIDAY, THE 10TH DAY
)F FEBRUARY, A. D. 1859, at 1
>'cloek A. M., the following property.
D Wit:
All that certain stock of goods and
aerchandise consisting of staple and
ancy groceries' earthenware, wood.
nware, tinware and bardware, now
n store of said A. Y. Milling, irn
leaty building, in the town of Winns
oro, in the County of Fairfield and
~tate aforesaid.
Terms of Sale: -Cash.
R. E. ELLISON,
Agent and Sheriff of Fairfield.
1-30td
H'ave You Seen
WE HAVE JUST SE
CURED
Tip jgerley
FOR T HIS POPULA R
BRAND. ALWAYS
1-RESH AND JUST
RIGHT to SUIT YOU.
NOTHING BETTER.
60c. per lb.
MONTH LY
SUFFERJNG.
* ousands of
troube at
monthly inter
in the hed
b ack, breasts,
shouilders,sides
lps a4limbo
~te pains are syptoms of
~ EWStiOUshould perate
te~n~1~1Ma8incondi
~ ate moah en n
of Cad,in~l relieve her? It
ce5 $r.oo at the drug stgre.
Wdon't you get a bottle
'q~ie in cases requiring
l~gy~iptoU,"Th Ladies'
WjoyDepartmht," The
ooaMedicine Co.,
ooga, Tenn.
Mrs. R02UA LWS
ot ~balti. Ta.,sars:
- i f,UUelJ rollesed bf Wins
CLAPAl
WE ARE ANXIOUS TO
WINTER STOCK in:
-- - - - goc
CUTP
We have some special values
Patterns and Dress Flant
offer special bargain
WE NE
And foa a little money wi
Try it
->*CALDWEL
.4
manded by modern conditions.
We offer you SELZ Shoes a
fidence, because we know them
scientifically designed and correcti:
for the east money,
For sale by
Q. D.XA2
WINNSB4
The uort session begins September 5
pupil is required to pay an entrance fi
TursNx.-Sholars in the Graded S<
eroespt is eases where they take up exti
Oae extra, 75 seats per month; two er
Literary course, 75 cents pel
Scient-ific coua
Nash higher sourse include all that i
in.private families.
The reserd of the soholars of this se:
their standing in the~ higher colleges, is
WFer furuher particolars address,
W. H. X
HOSES,MRS,
MUL ES.
JUST ARRIVED
FOTYT NICE TENNESSEE AND
KEN ? C UKY MULES at my stables
in Winnsboro, from three to five years
old. Theae mules can be bought cheap
for cash or on' good bankable paper,
payable in the Fall. Come one, come
all who need good mules. I will ex
changE them for broken down umules
or plug mules.
I also have a few good Mares and a
couple of good Saddle HIorses, one
new Two-horse Wagon and one goed
Second-band Buggy.
I also keep on hand a few
MILCH COWS
and will sell them cheap for cash or
exchange them for dry cattle. Al ways
ready tor a trade.
I have engaged Mr. S. B. CRAW
FORD for the season, and be will be~
pleased to see any and all of his msu'y
friend.
A. WILLIFORD.
W.mamr S.a
Ct E5ALL
LOSE OUT BALA NCE OF
il lincs :nd offer all i...cavy
ds at - - -
RICES
in Dress Goods. esi. ecially in
els, at low cut prices. We
i in Wool Underwear.
D CA5H,
11 give a great many gyods.
and see.
L & RUFF.sec
The Grek
Derived
their Becu-ty
-c'form and grace -f car
riage from the c:se and
freedom given Ly the ;
sandal.
The deformed and unnat
ural foot of the prt :ent day
with all the ills wilch fol
low in its train is tl-e result
of wrongly made s'hoes.
SELZ SHOES give all
the freedom and izalth of
the sandal, combIred with
the
, beauty
cofort
th perfect con
to be the most
7LLIFORD.
)ROi S. C.
0, 1897, and ends June 24. 898. Each
e of 50 cenAts to meet ec-dingent ex
hool are niot required to ~Py tuition,:
a studies i:n the Collegiate D;epartmDent.
ra, $1.
month.
se, $1.00 per month.
3assical course, $1.59 per :: onth.
recede. Good boaid es-n be obtained
mol at competitive exmi.*tions, aca
the best gnarantee of is~ e.tieiency.
FIT HERE@W, Pr i cipa.s.
A now..Jer to be shake: a th e.
Ar thlis SeaZsonl you fr ?n
nervous and dlamp. If yo. ves.rt
ing feet or tight shoes, try -. e's l
Ease. it warms theC f*:e: .ol4 makes
w1alkinig easy. Cures . )allen and
sweatig feet, blisters an d . - lIous spots.
Relieves corns and bunions of tU 1ai
and is a crtain cure for Ceblaiu;md
Frost bites. Try it TO-D -. SoMi by
all druggis,ts and shoe st? :e~s fo.r :Me.
Tril ackgeFREE. A~ d :re. Allen
S. Olse,L Roy, N. Y.
Shake Into Your Shoes
A.llen' Foot-Ease, a pcWe 1e- the il
feet. It c'ures painful, swr ~ en, ?i:rt
ing, nervo)us feet and-i mu tly tk
the sting out of corns hd4b.:nions 'l
the grent'st comfortdisc' :er oftg -
age. Allen's Foot-Ease ake agh -
or new shoes feel easy. It certaiL1
eure for (Chilblains. swear g, callou.
tired, achiing feet. Try rv TO-Do'.
S,old by all druggists and1 boe stog
'5c. Trial package FREE. A<bes
Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, :N. Y.
Notice to Grec tors.
ALL CERSONs INDI TTED TC,
the estate of Fred Semtr , decased.
are here.-5 9 - a yepment
to the underse: - :s.: l! persons
holding ':laimns an.no e: I es:ste are
regnested ' present tixmu. Biy attestd
to the undlersigned.
rs
OUR CUi;L)E!S WANT US TO
bare NEW GOODS with every
4eaqrjn. t:erelore wr; 1nd it un
ei - carrr :.a ck
oVe:- to n Scond sfmeE'.1
i t.
n the entre r'ock, with closer ric
;start wIth, tdrr:g- this 2ne array of
)ea;itifal o-:s dovn cheaper than
,ver Chesier ;- w them before.
.NTICIPATE YOUR WANTS AND
COME EAR LY.
We meau bu;iness and will give
.very customer GENUINE BAR
1AINS.
IR -The J an
CHESTER, S. C.
NEWS
I
Weh 3 a Year ini A.dvance,
eekly, $SMO a Year In Adyance.
g3LET:ER BEADS,
SBILL BEADS,
NOTE HEADS,
LAWYERS' BRIEFS,
LIENS,
DEEDS,
CIROULARS,
and ev-erything in job line doee
)as ce. . any wihere elsemi
IVELUI?A CHANCE
~very pen.ny spent at
hiomec is kept at home.
UNDER TAKING
.iN ALL Th DEP'. \R'IMENrs,
~ith * f ; i .k .:,. Burial
a-s ar Glas, eer ey "n hand,
..2 ue cf herse - t;:'3 quested. -
ationz for a me w. the fr.t are, in the
2 stant.
Calls ctem1. a w l o s
THE ELL:QTT GIN SHOP,
J. . ELL10T & OO.
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