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Thursday, March 23 - 189
-A eolored girl was arrested o
Tuesday afternoon for stealing fro,
Mrs. 0. W. Buchanan and was plt i:
the guard-house for the night.
-Ualdwell & Beaty, insurance an,
commission agents, have moved thei
offee from Washington street to th
room formerly occupied by Simpso
-4. J. Obear has for sale a poiso
for the destruction of bugs, ants
roaches, and all other insects. Thi
poison will exterminate those trouble
some insects and will save much an
noyance. Give it a trial.
-Camp Bookter. one of the Rieb
land eAmps, has selected Miss Bessi
Bookter as their sponsor at the reunio:
in Charleston. Miss Beokter is frog
ftairield and her fiends will be please
to know of the honor that has bee;
conferred upon her.
-The 400 young ladies of Wintro:
College will celebrate the birthday 0
Robert Winthrop, which is the 12th 0
May, by attending the reunion iL
Charleston. This will be a most de
lightful outing for the girls, and wil
be a day long remembered by them all
-Information as to the rates a
board and lodging in Charleston at tb
time of the reunion has been ofciaD.
given out, and all who expect-b
present at the reunion are urg&t
write at once and secure board, for bl
boing so in advance it will save thi
committee in charge much trouble.
-The Clemson College Chronicl
for March contains two articles by Mr
dgar M. Matthews. One of these i
the speech made by Mr Matthews a
an oratorical contest recently held
and the speech was highly spoken *
by the judgea. Mr. Matthews writei
well and the articles redect greso
credit upon him.
-On Tuesday afternoon, Rebecca,
the youngest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. D. T. Walker, met with a pain.
ful accident. She was playing on the
steps of Judge 0. W. Bnchanan's
house and fell off breaking her left
arm. Dr. Samuel Lindsay was called
in and set the arm. Both bones were
broken just above the wrist.
3akes, Potato Hooks, Onion Hoes,
Hoo and Rake, Trowels, Spading
Forks, &c. J. W. Seigler.
Westnce.Robbea at Ulacktsock
On Tuesday morning Eat about 2
o'clock burglars entered the postoffce
at Blacks'ack, blew open the safe and
stole the contents. In the safe were
*110 worth of stamps anid about $120
In money, and.the money order book,
which was also taken. The burglars
have not yet been caught, but the
ga1treihasitWTili no doubt use every
effort to bring the offenders to justice
and make them pay the penalty.
..Eackign's Aruica Salve.
The Best Salve in the worid for Juts,
* Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Sait Rheaim,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chillblains, Corns, and all Skin Erap
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
-perfect satisfaction, or money refund
ed. -d Price 25centsper box. For sale
- .by McMaster Co.
sumMR= HOMES'n3OLDEE, 1599.
---Mr. W. A. Turk, general passenger
agent of the Southern Railway, is
collecting information for Summer
Somnes' Folder for the ensuing sum
-mer,giving the names of proprietors,
postoffice addresses, at or near what
'station, conveyance used, number of
guest., terms per day, week and month.
*This information will be printed in an
attractive form a large edition pub
- lshed and distributed by the various
-agents of this immense system through
out all sections of the country. Per
-eons contemnplating taking boardera
for the ensuing summer are requested
to apply to the nearest railroad agent
' for blank to be filled out giving the
above. information, and forward at
once to W. A. Turk, general passenger
agent, Washington, D. C., so that it
may reach him not later than April 1st.
AN~ INTEEESTING LECTURE
Rev. J. Knor Montgomery, ol' Cin
cinnati, Ohio, lectured in the A. R. P.
Chareb on..Monday night upon the
subject, "Help Somebody," and a
large audience was present to hear
-him. The lecturer held the undivided
attention his hearers from the begin.
- nig of the lecture to the end, and all
were s.orry when the lecture came to a
close. Mr. Montgomery impressed
upon his hearers the fa:t that it is the
duty of every person to help others
and told of many instances where the
lives of men and women who were
steeped in sin had been completel)
changed by the kindness of some per
son. In illustrating his points the
lecture told most interesting anecdotes
some of them amusing In the extremi
eud others full of pathos.
After the leEtare, Mr. Montgomery
yho has a fine voice, sang severs
sinage and thus closed a most enjoya
For Over Fim.y Years.
MRs. Wnqsxow's Soorme Sraui
has been used, for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their childrer
1e teething, with perfect suCCCSs
itthee the child, softens the rums
- a y allpain, cures wind colic, anl(
a beet remedy for diarrhoea 1
gill relieve the poor little e.nffere
m:nediately. Sold by druggists ui
g%ery part of the world. Twenty-fiv
,ents a bottle. Be sure and ask fo
"Mlrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup,
ama take no other kndr. 1.1-17
One of the most distresingig4 is
to see a child almost chokingith
the dreadful whooig-cougL Give
3 the child Dr. B 0o4g yuP the
greatest pulmonary medy, and re
lief wil come at once, the cougng
spells will re-occur lees frequently,
and, in a few day, the sufferer will be
cured. No other remedy can
so many cures.
Cures Whooping-Cough quiokly.
Doses are smaU !bd pleaut to take. Doctors
recoMmend it, Price 25 cents. At an druggists.
COWING AND 0O0.IG.
Mrs. 1. L. Elliott went to Columbia
I on Wednesday for a short visit.
a Mr. Christopher Atkinson,of Coluam
bia, was in town on Wednesday.
Rev. J. Knox Montgomery has gone
f to Charlotte where he will deliver one
f of his lectures on Friday night.
Miss Bertha Robinson and Miss
Esther Jennings will return this week
fror Florida, where they have spent
f Miss Bay Cqmmings returns oa Sat
I rday from Baltimore, and will take
charge of the millinery department of
th0*adwell Dry Goods Co.
36M ts Ths Kind Yea Ran Always Boght
A sKETcr OF cOL. J. 3. DAVIS
The retiring colonel of Richland
regiment is a splendid old gentleman,
Col. Jno. B. Davis of Killiaas. Being
72 years of age and quite inirm, he
was compelled to give up the office,
although he loves the regiment well,
and will still hold allegiance.
At the outbreak of the war between
the States he was elected captain of
Company I, First regiment South
Carolina volunteers, Col. Gregg. This
regiment enlisted for six months,
State service, and remained around
Charleston until the fall of sumter
and then went to. Virginia to serve
opt the balance of tue six months. At
the end of that time the regiment was
disbanded. Capt. Davis then, in three
weeks, raised a company for the
Fifteenth South Carolina, Col. De
Sanssure, assigned to Drayton's bri
gade. This brigade was engaged at
Boonesbero and Sharpsbrurg under
Gen. Drayton, and was then trans
ferred ro Kershaw's brigade. Pickett's
charge was no more glorious than that
of Kershaw at Snodgrass Hill, Chicka
mauga. In that battle Capt. Davis
distinguished himself for gallantry.
Again at Knoxville his bravery was
conspicuous, and Gen. Kershaw made
him colonel of the regiment, pro
moting him over the lieutenant colonel
and major, "for valor and skill on the
Col. Davis is a West Pointer, and
this training added effiiency to his
gallantry and courage. But the in
Irmity of years has come upon him,
and he thought it best to leave the
command of the regiment of survivors
to younger men,-The State.
REBEL ROLLS OF 1775.
The Sunday News has been pub
lishing isaome Revolutionary records.
The following company roll will
possibly be of interest to many of our
CAPT 2LLIs0ON'S CoMPANTY.
Still another company from Camd son
District was that of Capt Robert Elii
son. The following is its roll:
"Direction on cover: To Mr Robert
Ellison, between Wateree and Conga
roe rivers, on Simpson's Creek:"
South Carolina, Camden Dist: We,
the Subseribers, sensible of the Danger
to. which all the Rights and liberties
of this Colony are Reduced to by the
Violence with which alt America is
Threatened By a Wicked Ministry, do
freely unite ourselves a Voinnteer
Company lof Rangers, as Soon as our
number amounts te thirty, to Chuse
and Submit to the Comm of such off
ers as the Majority shall agree to
hereby. Engaging to obey such off
crs punctually in Subordination the
Commanding offier of the Regt in
this District andgUndr the Direction
of the Counselt ot Safety; muster and
exercise Under Arms as often as neces
sary, and to hold ourselves in ready
ness to march to any part of the
Province to defend it against the
Enemies of the Liberties, at an hour's
Warning. Given Under our hands
this 2d, Sept, 1775.
Rt Ellison, Captn.
James Sanders, 1st Lient
John Ellison, 2d Lient.
Alexander Boyss, Eleasar Gore,
John Ashford Gore, David Hamiltone,
Saml Armstrong, his x mark; James
Kennedy, Wm Martin, his x mark;
John Martin, his x mark; Cato West,
Edward Bland, gAlexr McDowle, his
x mark; William Penny, James Mc-j
Dowell, David McCreight, [James Mc
Creight, Robert Gray, Samuel Dods,
James Dods, Wilm McCalester, Robt
Potts, Willham McLvey, James kiori
son, Alexdr Robinson, his x mark;
James McQuoin, John Agnew, James
McMullen, Wm Young, James Hamin,
Thomas Saint, Wilton Wilson, Alexr
McQaters, John Asken, And McDole.
"lEndorsed on back: We the With
in Subscribers Most Earnestly Beg the
Cohncil ot Safety to Grant Comis-R
sions to the Within Mentioned Gentle
men, (Viz:) Robt Ellison, James
Sanders and John Ellison, With
Proper Instructions how to Proceed
in Raising and Training Our said Com
pany and Petitioners as in Duty Bound
Wl Ever Pray."
For Infants and Children.
The KlId You Hane Always Bought
There was a good deal of wind and
rain on Saturday night the 18th inst.
There has been very little work done
en the farms. Small grain is looking
Mrs. Sarah Gladden. of Shelton, is
visit' g relatives in this sention.
'Ar. J. W. Gibson has moved back
Mr. Willikm Weir, Sr., and ME.
John Varnadore have both been quite
sick. We wish them a speedy recovery.
Mr. David Taylor, of the Crosby
ville section, has been suffering with
raema.ism. We hope he will soon
be up again. Mr. Taylor is one of our
mist enterprising farmers. Last year
he made fourteen bales of cotton,
averaging 500 pounds each, on four
teen acreq of land. He used a ton of
acid and one hundred bushels of cot
ton seed on about ten acres of the land
and about one-half ton of guano on
the other part. The crop above men
tioned was cultivated by Mr. Cameron
(whose given name I do not remem
ber). Both Messrs. Taylor and Cam
eroz deserve credit for their successful
farming. It demonstrates that the
white people of this country can, by
perseverance and industry, make
farming remanerative. In my opinion
thote who can, like Mr. Taylor, make
the & reatest yield with the least ex
pense are the best farmers.
S.,uie of our farmers have been
Some use Gibbs' high grade,
They say it's the best guano that's
It will make your cotton grow tall,
And insures a good yield next fall.
Gibbs'hgh grade guano
Is a little like Mark A. Hanna;
It gives the cotton a good start,
And cheers the workingman's heart.
In politics Mark's quick on the start,
And sow,e thinks he's mighty smart;
He'll shake hands and say, "Howdy
But next fall he'll meet his Waterloo.
The negro, the male and guano just
With them the merchant has gone into
They will give him a lien and say next
"Come on, boys, to me you owe it all."
The lien law has almost lived Its day,
And we hope it will soon pass away;
I was unwire in its origin,
But the Legislature would not call it
in. Robt. R. Jefiares.
March 20, 1899.
A Clever Trick,
It certainly looks like it, but there is
really no trick about it. Anybody
an try it who has -Lame Back and
Wceak Kidneys, Malaria or nervous
roubles. We mean he can cure him
self right away by taking Electric
Bitters. This medicine tones up the
whole system, acts as a stimulant to
he Liver and Kidneys, is a blood
prifier and nerve tonic. It cures.
onstipation, Headache, Fainting
Spells, Sleeplessness and Melancholy,
t is purely vegetable, a mildisIsativey
and restores the system to its natural
igor. Try Electric Bitters and be
cnvinced that they are a miracle
orker. Every bottle guarantee
nly 50c a bottle at McMaster Co.'s
rg store. 3
Minlions Given Away.
*'It is certainly gratifying to the purb
ic to know of one concern in the land
who~ are not afraid to be generous to
he needy and suffering. The proprie
ork of Dr. King's New Discovery for
onumpion, Coughs and Colda, have
iven away over ten million trial bot
les of this great medicine; and have
he satisfaction of knowing it has ab
olutely cured thousands of hopeless
ases. Asthma, Brohchitis, Hearse
ess and all diseases of the Throat,
hest and Lungs are sured by it. Call
n McMaster Co., druggists, and get a
rial bottle free. Regular size50Oc. and.
1. Every bottle guaranteed, or price
T H C5.D- - of Mo.
GREAT . -
SRENCH REMEDY poduces the above result
acoceic Fall, n.Nemo,y. Sos ak raias saj
assecs caused by errors of -outh. It wards off In.
nity and Consumption. *oung Men regain Mans
~ood and Old Men recover Southful Vigor. It
Eves igor and size to shrunken orans, and fits
h v..st pokt rc fP~ 6 Boe $z.
wrnguarantae DRt. JEAN O'HAIa, e a s
Sold only by J. J. Obear, Drug.
lit, Winnsboro, S. C.
TiH E UNDERSIGNED HAS PUJR
based the interest of the estate of F.
erig, deceased, in the stock of goods
f Ge:ig & Seigler, and solicits the
ri of the people of Fairfield County.
P1evs, Hoes, Hali eS, Sd.dies,
f all kinds, and everything found
n a FIRST-CLASS HARDWARE
The trade othe friends and cus
omers of & Seigler is fully ap
recia ~e undersigned hopes.
h i1t to their interests to.
, r business relations with
J. W. SEIGLER.
MONEY TO LOAN
On farming lands. Easy payments.
No comnmisions barged. Borrower
a'.s actual stat of perfecting loan.
[li erest 8 per cent.
JOHN B. PALMERL & SON,
Columbia, S. C.,
or A. S. & W. D. DOUGLASS,
SUP noSITOM eso Oint and o
nt5-t erAfailing cae for Pibms
ofeveryfnaturea.nd.*. It makes an opertio
withthe knita hih isb e f1 and often resuks
in death ncsny awh ue this uerrible
disU en vack a Guaratee C it each
$ B Jx. No Cnre,Ne soc.and$abo, 6for
rSent by ma. ale.s te
1,0 'XESn 2IN a ; 6c.
CANSTIPATION ed Plies Prevented, by
per ~ no o. eh lace F%s ct-e
reat LIVER and SWAHREGULAT01 and
tLOOD PUJR1aIERfSnda1. mild and pleasnt
to taFe: especially ad lted for chgren's use. 50
doses 25 cents.
FFEE.-A vial of t e eaouslIittle Pellets will
be jpven with a $i box~ r more of file Cure.
NoTics-THE GEMj.N FMIiEH JAPANZ6Z RI
CU for saleoad
33. O . A, Druggis,
Winntboro, S. C.
1,000 B ALES R~VN AY; 65c.
per hundredd $12.00 per ton.
10 tonv"31EM O FEED"; $7.601~
per ton. To~es the place of cot
ton aeed huI and meal.
3-141t , H. L. ELLIOTT.
Fo sale f
KIMG's IM-MOVED COTTON
nSEED. zioei cents per bushel, de
lived at Rallroadc
.> S. HALL SR.,
Prns, bsMitford, S. C.
new aitlfu.Y isutC.
r y thesmino
A .XLt N -
ryapoaed Fruis M eal kns.
Toima e ks. eiiu.e
cnr'i of kee1 Succo toash. s
FaRESHun BEAD on igANs.
J. M. McECrle.
We are now receiving thi
Vou people who want to g<
Lsked to look at our Prints,
ome extra bargains in thesi
We have also received a b
-,awns, Checked Muslin, D
tre marking these goods ext.
A good size Linen Towel
[urkish Towels at 20c.. an
New Lot Gents' and Boys
,nd pretty pattern.
We want your business.
oods at low prices than evei
he Northern markets in a
n elegant Spring Stock.- 01
ou in the best goods at low<
The aIdwell i
spring and 5
UST OPENED UP FE
SQ. D. WI
ip is requie to py ali enitrauce
TrraoN.-Scholar6 in the~ Graded
me e tra a cents per moth; two e
Literary course, 75 cents p
Each higher course include all that
rivereeord of the sools ofthis s
~Frrer partieulars ad&es ,
IF YOU DO, DON'T
paint your house 'till you.
It goes fn ther and lasts
longer that o'ther paint on
the marke Warranted
not to chalk, scale or peal
off like sll other so-called
Lb WORK GUAANFE
Remember, don't paine
until you have seen T HE.
ED TO THE BUSINESS
& RUFF ASKS YOUR
first ite:ns of Spring Goods.
t an early start for spring are
Percales, Duck, Colored Piques.
goods in short lengths.
eautiful line of White Goods
imity, Pique, and Welts. We
ra cheap to start the season.
janlq iia Tov/cls.
at ioc.; extra large and heavy
d 25c.; full stock in Huck and
Colored Shirts; extra good value
We are better prepared to sell
. before. Our buyer will siart to
few days and we expect to show
ir constant endeavor is to please
st.prices. Come and see us.
y Goods Company.
IfuG Fi Dollar
OM ONE OF THE BEST
IN N'EW YORK CITY.
Btglocs arnd PDop
anld Graded 011
OROT S. 'C..
20; 1897, and -ends J'nne 24, 18S98. EacL:
fee of 50 cents to meet con:tinigent ex
c:'ool are ao,it required to pa-y talid.
ra studies in the Cellegiate Departmen'.
urse, $1.00 p ir month.
Claical cot arse, $1.59 per zn:onth.
precede. U ood board - i be obteined
hool at co! Epebitiye e; imi-Na-tlons, and
is the best gi minantee of its effleiency.
FORTY NWCE TEhdESSEE AND
KENTUUKY M1ULES at my stables
in Winnsboro, from three t; five yearS
old. These mn ales can be bought cheap
for cash er oi i good bank.able paper,
payable i'. the .Fall. Come one, come
all who, red god mules. I will ex
] chngethe forbroen .own mules
oI aso b:V a Iew good Mares and a
couple ot goad sa,ddle Horses, one
new Two-horse Wagen and one good
I also keep en band a fe w
and will sell tkmm cheap for cash or
exchange them for dry cattle. Always
ready tor a trade.
I have engaged21r. S. B. CRAWN
FORD for t:he-?son, and he will be
pleased to e aer ~r 31 of his many
Wjnnsbero. S. C,
~oO 1 eV,..
IUR EG( S TOC JUfT 9
XUARANTEED AS REPRESENT
ED AND EVERY CUSTOMER GETS
A BARGAIN. FOR WE HAVE TRE
;OODS AND WE HAVE CUT TRE
Send us your watch work andjew
,ry jobs; wear better 'prepared than
,ver to reader quick service.
CHESTER, S. Q
CE MQST MODiESN SEWING
MACHINE OF THE AGE, EM.
BRACING ALL OF Tiu
Range of Work.
Old Sewing Machines taken ii ex
Deaers wanted-in. 'ncupe.tri
ory. Correspondence solicte.
J. HI DRBSHLIRE,
*B1Ki EdG, IKCHMOND, VA
IN SPITE OF THE,
ateness of the season, if
you prepare land well and
plant seed bougt from
us you will proaly have
a better garddn than
usual this year.
BU E ANEE SH OON.
They are scarce and the
price will go up.
BEAUTY OF HEBRON,
EARLY RGSE and
CILIGe ~ eIU tN
withaowe t 1z~~go~
7Ia ike allouthI.
Bo, s po taipd15 ets, instmp
Th lcoNew York.