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WNNSBORO, S. C.
-..t i y, F i: Lty .4 - 189
ALITLE NErrER THANNONE .
We -think the proh:bitloiists will
have a great deal to win and nothing
to lose if they will j)1n forces with tbe
high licene -nembers of the general
assembly, and support a bill to leave
it to each county to decide whether it
wants prohibition, high license' or dis
pensaries.
This plan is attractive because it
-s lhe principle of local self-govern
ment at the bottom of it. It seems just
that each communlty should be allowed
to govern itself as far as possible, and
most fair minded men will take kindly
to the plan.
Many: prominent prohibitionists op
pose any alliance with the high licerse
members of the General Assembly
becanse they say it will be cotnpro
mising "their principle." If tbe-y
can't have prohibition over tlte whole
State, then they woat have it in any
part ot the State. This argument it
seem to us is obviously fallaciou;. A
religions denomination might witti
equal soundness of reasoning say thit
it would not have one or two or any
given number of cnurch-. iti very
cornty in the State then it would have
them iu none. It might go still further
parsulig the same reas>nir, and say
that if it could not have a chureb iti
every ;tate then it would h ive n
churc'i in tqe Unied States. Under
the biN the prohibitionists would
certainly win in many counties of the
S:ate, and in all thay hav- ih same
chaices as the high licene people and
the di.pzsarises.
We btlieve it is generally conceded
that uaiss the prohibllianiits and
biali i:ens memberd do agree 10
unite forcos an supp>rt the bill, it
can nat be pi-sed. The conoequence
wilI be 'Iit the dispensaries wi!I con
tinuz- V-qth )ut a aunion.
We nr - not indertik nai- to p'ay tr&e
:na ager~ of th : prohib.t',n earnapaign
ini the General A-sembhly, bett it mu4t
be c.car t: m,.s' p -op e that tU e cold
wa-er p'eople are as at to m-ske a very
serious nistake.
A CO uatssTox cat tle dealer on
oath before the Recorder stated tisat
he '-sold m>re diseased cows than any
man in Charleston." He sells to
butchers and butchers sell to the
housekeepers. We can imagine how
much the steak for breakfast was en
joyed the morning this cat tie dealer's
testimony appeared in the News and
Courier. Charleston beef may not be
any wor-se than beef sold in other
cities in this State, but visitors to
Charlest >n will probably order semec
thing else. An inspector of tmeats is
needed badly, anad we hope that he
widI be in office a-id doing active work
before the Confederate reunition.
TO SAIL FOR CUBA.
The fol'owing taken fro,n the
Char:eston Evening Post i:l be of
interest to many of our readers:
The second battalio a of the Third
Ev'gineers will leave Macona to-night
.fo,r Charleston to embark on the Sara
t.ga foir Cnba. Tns trans5p->rt ar
Frived last night and i. n'ow at the.
docks of the South (arolina Terminal
Company.
The betalion will be .w'A .r c .m.
mand of Col. Gaillard, . a 1.jor
L...... Foote wilt be left in charge of the
MatXtalipe in - Mac,o. The band a-ad
the entire headquarter.' staff w:ll go
with the battalion.
Lient. Scbue:ke will be in charge of
the hosw'al department, and Lieut.
Jackson will be lef t in charge o'f the
remainism battalion.
The troops will carry supplies and
forage to sast thirty d-i s, besides
hich will be used on the trip.
The second battalion will embark
in~ about- te" day's time~.
Tne Macon Telegraph speaks of the
Third en'cinatrs in the following comn
piraen .ary terms:
"A large :aamber of the friends of
the regiment will go out to the t.amp
this afternoon to attend the last con
cert that will be givena by the regimnen
tal band before they leave for Cuba.
The engineers have h.undre-de of
friensda i. Macon, who regret to see
them le-ve.. Snce,. they have b,een
locited haere they have impressed
eyerybo'ty that t,hey are thorough
going s-Ydiers.
It han been the comment of the
other regiments stationed bere that
tfhose engineers would de anything
they weraeld to do." A higher comn
p4imeat ca"uld not be paid the men, as
this is c-msidered a soldier's tirst
duty."
R obbed the Grave.
A atartling incident of which Mr
~pn Oliver of Philadelphia. was the
abject, is narrated by hina af? follows:
'I was ir a most dreadtul condition
My skin was almost yellow, ey-es
sunken, tongue coated, 'pain contin
liv in back and sides, no a- petlte
u Hly growing weaker day oy day.
ree physicians hed given me up.
ortunately, a friend advised trying
lectric Bitters,' and to my great j-,y
surorise, the first bottle made a
ddimprovement. I continnied
eor three weeks, and sin now
nIms. T knovw they saved my
ia'nd oD the grave of another
victim." N~o ymni fail to try
,them. Only 50 cents per bottle at
n's
'Co 6Mi S. C. . A., are still
living; abd all of. ese officers, except
one, saw active serice from 1861 until
the-surrender at A mato in 1865.
.The names addresses of these
olcers are b. o Farrow, Gaff
ney; D. R Duod14arnburg;
John W. Carlisle, Spartanburg; Chas.
etty, Spartanburz, and A. S. Dong
ms, of Winnsboro.
Regardless of Age.
The kidneys are responsible fot
mure sickness, sufferinf, and deaths
than any other organs of the body.
A majority of the ills aflicting
people to-day is traceable to kidn.y
trouble. It prevades all classe; of
society, in ill clirm tes, regardless of
age, sex or condition.
The symptoms or killi,ey troubic
are nmisa.kubl, such as rheumatism,
neuralgia, slee-lessness, pain or dull
ache in th-- back, a desire to urinate
often dty or night, proftize or scanty
suI)PV.
Uric acid or irick-dut deposit in
urine are signs of clogged kidneys,
causing poisonel and germ-filled
blood. Sametimes the heart acts
badly, and tube caits (wasting of the
kidneys) are found in the urine,
which if neglected. will result in
Bright's Di,ease, the most dangerous
form of kidney trouble.
All these symptoms and conditions
are promptly removed under the iu
luence of Dr. Kilmer's Sws.mp-Root.
It has a world wide repntation for its
w.nderfu. cures of the most di;tressing
cases.
No one need be long without it as it
is so eisy to get at any drug store at
fifty cents or one hollar. You can
have a sawp!e bottle of this Nronderfni
discovery, Swamp-lo.>t, and a book
telling all ab ut it, rth sent to you
absolutely free 1y mail. Send your
adaress to Dr. Kilmner & Co , Bing
hamon. N Y., %nd kindly nentioT
that von read this lib.ral ff-tr in TuE
Nz VS AND HERALD
, Prm:::ar!y Fcestored
-- 23 2 n ! ' i W dwith a
"y .;f R writ:en guar
*to durer I:nia, iza.rus. Hyster:a,
-.vous Deb"iity. Lo. : V ality, S,mi.1 Losses,
. Mmr-thz :suo ef Over-c-r!. 'orr
cie.s frrc;rs ot %cuc a'O-nhignc
,z 711 3)-. ard $1; 6 boxs SS.
Foi quick, asive -nd hasting rantts in Sexual
Veaks, m Nervere D)bilitv and Los
Vitality. ut YELLOW LAEL SPECIAL-double
st7enC1 - il give strength and to::e to every part
a:d efiet a pL MancI.t curt. Ch.apest and b:st.
ioo Pilis 5: - ai.
FREE-A bnt!e of the f,nous jcpanese Liver
Pellets will bu given with a S: box cr imnre of Mag.
Utic Nervine. tree. Sold only by
J. J. OBEAl', Druggist,
Win usboro, S. C.
Machinery !
Manufacturers' Agents for the
SMITH SONS
ENGINES, BOILERS, &c..
Our MR. S. C. McKEOWN is a Tele
ph~one crank to.o.
Phone in our CORN WE LL, S.C
offise on Winnsboro
ad Chester lin.. 4-6-ly
MOWNTH LY
SUFFERING.
'Thousands of
- womenare
troubled at
monthly inter
vals wihpains
in the h ea d,
bask, breasts,
shoulders,sides
hips and limbe.
But they nee
not suffer.
These pains are symptoms of
dangerous derangements that
can be corrected. The men
strual function should operate
painlessly.
makes menstruation painless,
and regular. It puts the deli
catemenstrualorgansin,condi
tionto do their work prosperly.
And eat stays all this pain.
Why will any woman suffer
amoflth after month-when Wine
of Cardni wi11 relieve her? It
eosts $r.oo at the drug store.
Wt ydon't you get a bottle
Por s.dvice, in cases requiring
dpeilirections, address, giv
Izzglptma,"The L,adies'
4!cyDepartment," The
&~#fsoogaMedicine Co.,
Ch~ttnoog, TJenn.
e~,ttSi. Texas, ay:
"we f retl monthly IteaS
lemy hstd and bsek,
een ly relieved by Wtns
MONEY TO LOAN
On farming lar:ds. Essy payments.
N') commisions barged. Borrower
pas actual e~t of perfeeting loan.
Interest 8 per cent.
JOHN B. PALMER & SON,
Columbis, S. C.,
or A S. & -v l.~ DOUGLASS, 1
10.4 wi.,n-boro, S. C.
A FRIANA l.11cure constipationan
AegelablePrepara'onforAs
suilating tieoodand Reul
tihg the.StombdsardBee o
'ness andRest.CoRtmlinsee
OpnI, rp in r n2bpuia.
o TA NAR C T 1C
Apcrfect1jeme,dy for Constipa
tiect, Sour S tomach,D iarrh6ea,I
Wl,orms,Convulsi,ons,Te-verish
netiss and LOSS CAF ISEP
FaCSIMIe Si9natue OL
NVW YO Ry
E.XACOT CO0PY o0 F Nr AFFZR
I~ Vt
iM.
Iiteee ? &I?'Zj2 em
Gerstle's Fei
TRAIDE ( a .I
Which is abolutely the best female i
been n"t iandlowed dise:se.tc
air o be-n cured. This medicm<i
ose in-re ts intended by nature
ma P naawill ot al
~
dieto OF iliosnes,oeteb
0
Panaea,st.O'pe Fote
L. ERSTLE & CO.
Thee e Laget nCalowedhiseg
Manuat~enured. i ieic.
W tr o wither Prmds ave ben
we Fr.ylEnpresaige.If
0hs onit r biliou:n esso move the: be
osepom3os yerf Rseul.tade up doe
wriate us a.ndlwr will!s earfncy tembroider
d- net aeIack Alb0 erT.! Botlen.r
L.en Wast RS6.T E mi. C or::,s
This sei -*
to o1 -
T- eThigst sitlei
Whe-uforderigsen i eria
wn flr e r~ : i o
bsu. soncy chee rl r -C'~ir!xc mr
atc:Wisfa ty R Ths:...: - d Wok:-b
olar Mc arf uld fheica ex
th Unit Sate Gvra
metChmst found
fe. Otescantrelc
It: -
Arri-drst ors
saiFRICAy.11ueRemtsnn
have
I Kind
U
v K U Have
A Mg8 Ought
TX CCNM%URC . NZWVORK CITV.
GERSTLE'S
.male'Panacea
ures All Diseases of Women.
ANY women are under.the impression
that the diseasg peculiar to their. sex
are natural an- incurable because so
v sufBer constantlyfrom them. This is a
ike. Few women_,are so -badi diseased
that thy cannotbe cured. tis true.
that had they trken a remedy that was
eticient when thefirst symptomsof dis
ease appeared. a more rapid cure would
have been the result. o woman should
Sneglect herself. When the montly pe
riod becomes too freQuent..painful. pro
fuse, obstructed. orirregul4rin any way.
orifshesuffersfromal z ofthewom.
whites. or any other em trouble, she
should at once resort to the use of
nale Panacea 0
F. I=,)MA-r
nuedy ever offered her.: Even if she has
i:sten itself upon herhe should not e
is a-purely vegetable tonic. containing
as a remedy for suffring women. It mat
ied and proven failures-Gerstle's.Fe
here is any tendency to cie ness; nd
els gently with.a . w mil dses of .St.
r -iruggis does noteep these medicines
,. all charges paid. upon receip of price.
.!ver Regula tor, 25c Der- ackage.
Chatta ogas Tenn.
n un-' cm is for Princesses
- 1be aty by covering
S t fth fnce with a veil.
ta.beauty of 'many of
- a ca hde beer:ise of the
/ weakr.ess and
A,4 sickness necu.
S Ia2r to thesen:.
SIf the Egypt
-iznn custom pre
* ~- vailed in: this
cor.ntry, many
suffererswould
be glad tc
cvrthe ix
a "wrinkles, theiz
--\ sunk:encheeks,
-- their unnea!thy
c om he eyes of the
Vs - veil of the Orient.
i.,: v ::t a womnan's true beauty.
It.n.:..her strong and well in those
or.:;wn which her whole general
he6: acns It corrects all men
st .l::soniers. It stops the drains
rL :trLa. It restores the womb
o spoper place. It removes the
ec:se; of h:eadache, backache and
ers::e.ss.It takes the po.or, de
bilit ed, eak, haggard, fading
:r .nd puts. her on her feet
- lier face beautiful by
%P;well.
D C it for$1 bottle.
3 e -urate ) ok for wvcTe::
For Sale.
ud o: Lhoe Re. beo.ngo
of re ei-e ofITR.- .v Samntaokte
emony fmd G-.hein. yistmlu
ofpr thats nside tydt to
Tho TiTR- have CnupoTraBrncha abort
Lu remedyle, Cpion y wilwite tmel ter
pesandtly cure:!. Sddroof-positiveelm,
. Ai SLVCUM, D.C., IS3 Pearl St., Itew York.
29 The. Editorial and Ensir.crs .Ianagemenit of
Ithis I er Gv.raLte .his generous ProtDosition,
t a .i':i e: r growth~. I
- t~O rlCOo
br
M
N
ti
A Fresh Lot of
Buist's
Garden Seed
ti
and
P
ti
Onion Sets.a
S
I
JOSIAH Jo OBBAR,
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DRUGG-IST.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
8
0
C*iatra1 Tfme BetW6eA ColKuab1&AndJa4
souville. Easters Time Retwees Co
lumbia and Other Points.
Effective January 16. IM.
No. 38 No. 30, o.82
Northound.Daily. Daily. Exsum-r
Lv. .T'vlle, F.C.5D.Ry.. 8 00af 800 121p
" Sayaunah.......... 1201p 1209p 2 9
Ar. Colubia.......... 4 05p 4 45a 7891 g
Lv. Car'ton.SC&GRR. 7 00 a 5 8..
Ar Cohumbia.........1 6 ..
E.AugustAT.Y....9lo
1Graniteville ........ 2
" Aikeu............... 22D 10 t
Trenton......... 08 6
Johustons........... 319 11 a
Ar. ColumbiaUn. dep't. 4 8ip 2 10 8
Lv Col'fa Bland'g st... 5 15P S5Sa 8490
Winnsbore.......... 6 7
Chester ............. p 74-5a I7v
Rock Hi ........... 11 79 t
Ar. lChrlo t....... .......C
Ar.Wasingon7 00a 5 801 .......
P.ltwoea.LiL800 11 2684p03
I'hiadelbt 19 1120 1 p S
NewYor......1p 230 8Mp p
Southoun 5 15p8 555a o.8
607p 70. 9a8p t
Lv. ewYok.PaR. 6 12 7O 45 10Ss 17
PhIldelpia. lp 817 10 45p
"Balille.........4115p 122p622p t
Lr. Richmond ....... 062p........120 21 O
t
Ar. Washington....... 6 4a 950 9 45a
ChPaltoe......844 00811 1120 a
"ocPhillh........105-a 1206 11 p s
CeteYr..........148 6 2988a 8l 53p
s.oluthbosnd.' 650nbl. aily tC
LJ e ork,Poa......8127 20 45 C 1215
" PhAilaelphi.......... 229 6 8d0s 7W
" B altr.........4 7j 9 18 OO2a C
Lv. Wash'to, S.GRy.. 855p4 145a
Lr. chmsod.............. 1219p 121U
LSv.Daile.. ....... a m 6S
" Carltte........ 44 928 0205 c
-o.3 Winnsbro....... 584a AN a OR
ILIMol D. Sldt V 50a1 o 0
"r nton ....C 2.... .... 84 a 8 6 5d
'Augstae........ a 9 40%w41p 00adx
Sv.aol'bashARy Co..... 8a p ,a1et e
Ar.Caleto.......... D..i. s lep- w
Lvno'bla, w.d.h t.i. tri a Cou55i ao Wa
"Saannah........ 9i 25gs a 4n o 0aP
A dr. Jackseavile .... 1 0 ip be 9*00a
Nos. 81 and -NElaWnYRaANDS.FLOwme
itD. LIITED.-Soi altedSp Traino
Pullmn Drawin GoSeeig wa
seraion lacn ant and
1a' unnlg tm '!eigCr t een Chro
t.uAigntn Fl. and Nofl. Cia1one.
il g s e. a.d ao nT OFO
*ocingu ith ti trn o bakfColst. r t
accoghostio of3- August ad A hioen e
PExcelln diy ro bgfet seviuca be
Florid aksllI and New YdPul
me .e'picasbetween Augusta adChr
iled trai. whning ar ald el claost o
Pullman dr433 awgrombepng.tween csnil
P~ ulmahi n8ote Cas between Charlsott
and Vs.-hm(omi gr r s. W-i tn
The.s: drawitabomleei arb
Life<- Asuroanceor ock. iey
of the- foritLd POSTaCteORT
-arii T hImi ie frbafaset oft o
N te'rzi :0-U i. Fasi. Therg a
Pu5 a d- ing eroi~obffe alee,ping carb
tweene.-aandonbilt and NeTret and Pa
n epirc et weeWnsAugbsta and bad- 64
kSe ningters sTerie an weall enrt
Pua sbrue:gl eca ed iewen tJacsoncie
w Coflmia, ensrute a bte .artsofn
Wi! nndcicisulr.ntin Ashevile4o
ThJirdVP.&Gn.Mr cpT. M.,i Wanhingon l-eF
P.-A.. Warinethn .P. a lfeanta,
Th Ce quitabecewhme
L hoifetssu re Sewoty
Equipab!enLif as-rne Smtocn< ty e
~stini terinty insirousofsr- 1
Wntere . wih Winnbor asr hea
quarters -Tertn ill be se
of iinaurande Ond he a rtofe
buinessup or profession .t e-s
":uneante- tn a ife agency~.
SULE.
ANEXECUTION
ave levied upon
cash bidder
door in Winns
,. ., on the first Monday in
,bruary, one eng*e and boiler, one
ick machine, an ill tools and imple.
ents attached and belonging thereto.
vied on as the property of J. D.
Dal at the suit of Des?ortes Mercan
e Company.
R. E. ELLISON, S. F. C.
Winnsboro, S. C., Jan. 13, 1899.
1-13td
CLERK'S SALE.
i A rE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
j;..u A McM-fkin v;. William i.1
D-.vis, in his own right, and ., A2
ninistrator of the estate ot JuSeph
K. Davis, deceased, Fannie C.
Powell, The Winnsboro Bank and
The Farmers and Meclaanics Bank,
of Columbia, S. C.
N pursuance of an order of the
Court of Common Pleas, made in
ke above stated case, I will offer for
Lle, before the Court House door in
iRnsboro, S. C., on the
FIRST MONDAY IN FEBRUARY
ext, within the legal hours of sale, at
ablic outcry, to the highest bidder,
te following described property, to
!it:
All that tract or parcel of land situ
te in the County of Fairfield, in the
tate aforesaid, a little south of the
illege of Aouticello, containing
NINE HUNDRBD AND TWENTY
,eres, more or less; being the same
act of land conveyed to Joseph K.
avis, deceased, by John Bauskett, 1e
eed dated the 4th day of Aprit,
B61, and recorded in Book WW, page
6, in the office of the Register of
lesno Conveyances of Fairfield Coun
K, and described in said deed as
ounded on the north by lands of
'homas Bell, William Blair, E. F.
jyles and the said Joseph K. Davis;
a 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
iay of August, 1898. The said prem
es to be first offered for sale in sepa
ate tracts or parcels as indicatcd on a
late ibereof made by Edgar Trapp,
4ireyor, on the 24th and 25th Au
ust, 1898, which plat is fied in the
,ice of the CJerk of the Court in the
ecord of this~ cause, and will be ex
ibited on day of sale; the bids of the
ihest bidders for said separate tracts
o be accepted by the Clerk condition
ly, that is up3n condition that the
remises when sold as one entLre tract
s hereinafter directed, shall bring less
han the aggregate of the amounts of
he highest bids for the tracts as ofired
eparattely. And when all of said
eparate tracts or parcels have been
fered for sale and knocked down to
be highest bidders therefor condition
Ily as above set forth, the said Clerk
hal o&t~r the entire premises, made
p 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 sep a
ately shall exceed the amount bid for
be eutire premises as a whole, then
be Clerk frhall, upon compliance wIth
he terms of shle, execute to each of
be respective purchauers for said
eparate tracts a deed for the tracts so
eparatcly sold. But if the amont
idl for the cntire premises en masse as
single tract shall exceed the aggre
ate of the amounts of the hignest
ids ofered for the said premiseQ as
onditionally -sold in separate tracts,
ben the said Clerk shall execute a
eed to the entire premises to the high
et bidder for tbe entire tract, and the
ids for the tracts as offered separa'e
r shall be wholly disregardei, (Plat
f said land can be seen in Clerk's
flice at any time before sale day, if
esired.)
TERMS O1' SALI.
One-third of the purchase-money to
e paid in cash on the day of sale, the
alance in two equal annual inistal
cnts from the day of sale, with~ in
arest fr.m the day of sale te. agnt per
ntum per annum, to be secured by
be bond~of the purchaser or purchas
rs and a mortgage or mortgages of
de premises sold, or for all cash at the
pt ion of the purchaser or purchasers.
'he purchaser or purchasers to pay for
1I necessary papers. And if the pur
baser fails to comply with the terms
f pale, the Clerk shall r;esell the said
remises on the same or some succeed
ag -alesday on the same terms with
ut farther application to the Court,
nd at the risk of the former purchaser.
Sold at the risk of the former pur
baser.
R. H. JUNNINGS,
Jan. 13th, 1899. C. C. P. F. C.
1-14td
The Auditor's office will be open to
ceive tax returns from January the
;t to February 20th. All persons
iling to make returns within the
ove mentioned dates will incur the
per cent penalty. All male citi
nbs between the age of 21 and 60 are1
ble to poll tax unless exempt b
w. The Auditor or his depaity will
at the followin'g places on days
ecified and the balanc-3 of time to
~bruary 20th in offce in Winnsboro.
Albion, Tuesday, January 1@.
Buckhead, Wednesday, January 11.~
Welling, Thursday,. January 12.
Crosbyville, Friday, January 13. (
Woodward, 8aturday, January 14.
White Oak, Monday, January. 16.'
Gladdens Grove, Tuesday, Sa.iuary I
Flint Hlill, Wednesday, Januar y, 18.
Ridge'way, Friday, January 20. ,
Longtown, Monday, 23. |
t'eotreville, Tuesday, January 24. 1
MI. L.-C'oopers, Wednesday, Januari 0
Bly thewood, Thursday, January 26 c
[{oreb'(F. M. Curlee's store) Frida . ti
nuary, 27.
Monticello, Monday, January 3#.
fenkinaville, Tuesday, January 31.
J L. RICH MOND, A. F. C. I
"HoUSHUJ
rHE MOST MODiMN SEWING
MACHINE OF THE AGE, EM
BRACING ALL OF THE
LATEST - JMPROVE
MENTS.
-Uneqaled for
Durability,
Range of Work,
andlSimplicitv.
Old Sewing Machines taken in ez
change.
IYealers wanted in unoccupied tenm.
tory. Correspondence soNcited.
Address,
J. I. DERBYSHTRE,
GENERAL AGENT,
EBEL BUILDING, MCHMOND, VA
-FOR A
LIMI TED
time we are prepared to
offer
BARGAINS
-in
COLUMBIA
-and
HARTFORD
BICYCLES.
These Wheels are in
No. I Condition
and are offered at reduced
prices, being shop worn.
JORDAN &DUAVIS
AGENTS.
2-19
As protty a Stock of Goods as
has ever been brought to
the towa,
onsisting 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
nience.~
Respectrully,
. M. CHANDLER
N otice to Voters
The Boeks of Registra:icon for the
ext Manicipal Election, t.' be held on
pril 3rd nextf. fe Intendant and fcar
Vsrdens for the r.,wn of Winns.boro,
.C., will be ope : for the regiete ing
r voters at the stcr: of Simpson &
tcart on January 1, 1899, a..d
osed April 1, 1899. All ioLers in
isq election ire required to reeister
ithini this tirne.
J. E. ' OAN,
Intendant.
W. Mr. CATIICART,
Supervisor of Registratton.

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