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LOCAL: INTELLIGENCE
Thursday, March 30,- - 1899
LOCAL BRIEFS.
-Bead municipal election natice.
Prayer-meeting services will be
held i. the Baptist Church this after
noon at 5 a'clock.
.-Tesday, Aarch 28th, was Gen.
Hampton's 81st birthday, and the
Columbia Chapter of the U. D. C.
presouted the General with beautiful
towers.
-Now that spring is coming, the
spring fever will attack many people
and they will require a tonic, Pabst
Malt.Extract is a fine tonic and is jast
wh'at one needs now. J. J. Obear
keeps it on! hand. Try it.
-R Brandt has on hand goods which
he is selling at a great bargain, and
these bargains are going rapidly. He
is strictly honest and fair in his deal
ings, and to this is due his great suc
cess. If goods ordered from him are
not satisfactory you may return them
and your money will be refunded.
See his ad.
-Friday will be Good Friday. In
the Epriscopal and Romau Catholic
churches this 'day is ttrictly observed
as the most solemu day of the year
and special services in commemoration
of the death of Christ are held. Ser
vices will be held in 9t. John's Epis
copal Church on Friday at 10 a. m.
and 5 p. m.
-Jordan & Davis, who are agents
for the Hartford bicycles, are making
a great offer, and now is your best
opportunity to get one of these wheels.
The price is wonderfully low and the
isrs easy. This is one of the best
and most popular wheels, and any one
who wants a good wheel will never
have a bette. chance. See their ad.
for pr>ces.
-From the Charleston News and
Courier we learn that a book contain
itaing a history of Kershaw's brigade
'is being prepared by a Charleston gen
tleman,and is almost ready for publi
etion. This book should be in the
hands of many a Fairield person, for
airdeld ws well represented in that
brigade, and-the book will doubtless
be grmatly ,n demand all over the
State.
-Mrs. Huhes, who was tried last
week in Greenville for the murder of
her husband, is out on a $1,000 bond
and will be free until May, when she
will be tried again. This trial has
created the deepest interest all over
the State and the result of the new
trial in May will be awaited with
interest. During the trial Mrs. Hughea
seemed to have no anxiety as to the
outcomne.
--Work has been commenced upon
the lot on Main street where Mr.
G.LA White is to erect astore. The
- % idn will fill up an unsightly
gap between the store occupied by
Porter Bros. and that af Mr. 6. A.:1
White, and will be an ornament. It
~'would be a good thing If ethers would
follow Mr. White's example, so that
some of the vacant lots on Main street]
would be bhnilt up.
* -The Charlotte Observer says that
Rev. Johin Chalmers'and Mrs. Chal
mers are visiting relatives in Fairield.
Mr. Chalmers will be present at the
meeting of thes A. R. P. presbytery,]
and will be a most welcome visitor, as
he has many warm friends in Winns
boro. For;some time past Mr. Chal
mers has been quite sick but is re-]
covering, and hopes soon to be en
tirelyiwell.
-A negro has recently been caught
near Rock Hill in the act of throwing
rocks at the windows of a passing
train. It seems that the negro had]
-been at this dangerous work before
and the, authorities were on the look
out for him. He was lodged in jail in
Yorkville. It is a pity that the person]
who has several times thrown rocks
at trains near Winnsboro could not
be discovered. Such malicious mis
chief should not go unpunished. ]
- -A terrible rain and wind stormc
aceomnpanied by thunder and light
ning occurred on Tuesday afternoon.
The day had been sultry and warm 1
and the storm was expected, but the
telegram from the weather bureau
predicting a heavy frost was a sur-(
prise to all. After the storm the
temperature dropped many degrees,]
and by Wednesday morning there was
a plenty or ice to be seen. The high]
wind which blew all night prevented
.frost. This cold snap has probably
ftnisherd up the fruit crop.
Bears the AThe Kind Yea Hava Always Baught
8igaatnaeZ S
MLLINERY OPENING.
-MARCH 31ST AND APRIL 1ST.
You should see this fine display of
* Spring Goods. It will interest and
pay you.
THE CALDWEL DRY GOODS Co.
XVINICIPArL CLUB REETIN~G.
There will be a meeting of the
Demooratic Municipal Club this
(Thursday) evening at 8 o'clock. This
meeting Ia held for the purpose of.
nominating an intendant and four
-.wardens, and a full attendance is de
a' ired. G. H. McMaster,
President
- Ucklen's Arulca salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheumi,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chiliblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refund
ed. Price 25 cenes per box. For sale
LUNG
Trouble
Lung troubles, such as Or
acute inflammation of damI
should be carefully treated to avdi
serious consequences. Theseniments
are quickly Overcom bthe prompt
ise of Dr. Bull's Couzh ym,awon
derful remedy, whidt 'Wvays W-ves
relief at once, eases
all infnammation, anud by ft neng
influence soon effectsa tho-OUghere
Dr.BUs
Cough Syrup
Cures al Lung and Throat Tiouble.
Doses aresman and pleasant to take. Doctors
recommend it. Price 25 cents. At a draggis.
GOMI0 A.ND ZOIXG.
Miss Ransom, a trained nurse from
Columbia, is in town.
Miss Nettie Sitgreaves has returned
from the North with all the latest nov
elties in millinery goods.
Mr. Win. Roche, who has been for
several months in Richmond, Va., has
returned home.
Misses Isabelle Douglass and. Clara
Beaty will arrive from Colam'bi this i
afternoon to spend the Easter holidays.
Miss Tirzah Ketchin, who has had
charge of a school in the county, has
returnod home, the scbool term having I
ended.
Mrs. R. H. Jennings and Miss Jessie
Jennings went to Columbia on Wed
nesday to attend the wedding of Mise
Daisy Wright.
CASTORIA
For Infants and Cildmrn.'
The Kind You Have Awas Ought
Bears the'
Signatre of ,
ACCOMMODATION AT THE AEUNION.
We have been requested by the State
Secretary of the King's Daughters to
publish the following announcement.
The proceeds of the ab;ve expenss
will be for the benefit of the work o.
the order in Charleston:
The King's Daughters, of Charles
ton, S. C., will open a dormitory for
women at the High School building,
oerthwest corner of Meeting and
George streets, during the Confederate
mnnion, May 8th to May 13th incl
live.
Cots may be engaged before the
'ennion by sending money in advance
o Mrs. Robert Wilson, Secretary of
3mmitfee on Dormitory, 271 Meeting
itreet, Charleston, S. C.
ssIGNMENT ON DELEGATES TO THE
FiRST EEEBYTEEY.
J. A. Brice,-Rev S. J. Patterson,I
student T. S. Caldwell, Hon. D. E.
inley, Elder from Prosperity. '
Samuel Cathcart, Jr.,-Bev. Oliver
Pohnson, Elder from Mooresville.
J. E. Coan-Rev.) J. A. Smitb,
lder J. T. McGill.
R.. C. Giooding-Rev. J. G. Dale,
Elder R. R. Steele.
T. B. Cathcart-Rev. R. MI. Stevens
ion.
Mrs. H. McCarey-Rev. B. E.
Rough.
R. N. McMaster-Rev. J. H. Simp
on, Elder J.B. Plaxco.
3. E. Matthews-Rev. J.. S. Orier,
Elder from Rock Hill
J. P. Matthews-Rev. J. C. Gal- u
oway, Elder from Back Creek.
J.P. Caldwell-Rev. J. M. Garrison,
Elder from Union.
W. G. Jordan-Rev. J.5S. Moffatt,
Elder T. M.(C. Davidson.
Miss Lilla Bcaty-Rev. J. H. Press
y, Elder from Gills Creek.
S. R. Johnson-Rev. W. Y. Love,
Elder Samuel Blair.
J. F. McMaster-Rev. A. S. Rogers.
Student J. M. Bighsm.
Mrs. Ann Elliott-Revs. C.'.B. Bett.
.G. McLaughlin, Elder H. F. Bues .
hel.
T. H. Ketchin-Rev. [J. T. Chal
ners, Student J. -W. Carson, Elders
romn Brick Church and Ebenezer.
H. E. Ketchin-Rev. W. C. E war':
student A. H. Griffith, Elders from
silead and Taylorsville.
Mrs. Owens-Rev. D. G. CaldwelL,
lder J. H. Ross.
G. H. McMaster--Revs. 3. C. Boyd,
E. F. Griffith.
J. L. Bryson-Rev. Jas. Boy ce,
Elder R. S. Galloway.
T. K. Elliott-Rev. A. G. Kirk pat
ick, Elders from New Hope, Coddle
reek and Sardis.
C. E. McDonald-Revs. G. R. White
mnd J. P. Knox, Elders W. N. Peo
ples and T. H.- White. v.
W. H. Flenniken-Re E' E. Boyce,'
Elder J. M. Mills.
R. W. Phillipps-Rev. 3. A. Whit e,
Elder from New Stirling.
R. Y. Turner-Rev. J. E. Johnson,
Elder from Neely's Creek.
Dr. Qattlebaum-Rev. R. G. Miller,
Elder W. B. Knight.
Preston Rion-Rev. B. H. Grier,
Elder from Gastonia
Q. D. Willtford-Elder Sidney
R~obinson.
Prof. Witherow-Rev. 3. L. Oates,
Elder from Hickory Grove.
Yenlow Jaundice Cured.
Suffering humanity should be sup
pied with every means possible for its
relief. ft is with pleasure we pub
lish the following: "This is to certify
that I was a terrible sufferer from
Yellow Jaundice for over six months,
and was treated by some of the best
physicians in our city and all to no
avail. Dr. Bell, our druggist, recom
mended Electric Bitters; and after
taking two bottles, I was entirely
ured. I now take great pleasure in
recommending them to any person
sfering from this terrible malady.
I am gratefully yours, M4. A. Hogarty,
Lexington, Ky," Sold by *McMaster
SUIMN HOMX YOLD7,R, 1599.
Mr. W. A. Tark, general passenger
agent of the Southern Railway, is
Do.llec:ing information for Summer
Homes' Folder for the ensuing sum
mer, giving the names of proprietors,
oostofice addresses, at or near what
itation, conveyance used, number of
uestg, terms per day, week and month.
rhi information will be printed in an
ittractive form a large edition pub
ished and distributed by the various
igen:ts of this immense system through
)m all sections of the country. Per
soWm contemplating taking boarders
ror tie ensuing summer are requested
:o apply to the nearest railroad agent
or bl-uk to be filled out giving the
ibove information, and forward at
)Dc to W. A. Tark, general passenger
igenl. Washington, D. C., so. that it
nay reach him not later than April 1st.
Discovered by a Woman.
Another great discovery has been
nade, and that too, by a lady in this
ountry. "Disease fastened its clutches
xpon her and for seven years she
mitbood its severest tests, but her
rital organs were undermined and
oatb seemed imminent. For three
nonths she coughed incessantly, and
onld not sleep She finally discovered
wa: to recovery, by purchasing of
is a -ottie of Dr. King's New Dis
ovt 11 for Consumption, and was so
nuio relieved on taking first dose, that
hi s ad night; and with two bot
. been absolutely cured. Her
is Mrs. Luther Lutz. "Thus
vrieW. C. Hammick & Co., of
Ftieby, N. C. Trial bottles free at
.,Muiter Co.'s drug store. Regular
.ze 50e and $1.00. Every bottle
7uemteed. 4
AillaEi0
~iONICIPAL_ELECTION.
AN ELECTION FOR INTEN
ant and four Wardens for the Town
I W'nnsboro, S. C., for the ensuing
ear will be held in the Town Hall, at
Vi,-7sboro, on Monday, the 3rd day
f Airil, 1899, from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
T:'e following named persons are
ppointed to manage the election, vis.:
. R. Elliott, D. E. McDowell and
. A. Hinnaut.
By order of Council:
JOHN J. NEIL,
3-30d Clerk.
BICYCLE3
---FOR A
-We offer the
3eebrated
-I artford*.
icycles (i8gB)
OR THE UNPRECEDENiTED PRiCE
-OF
,A$27. 00. W
SUPPLY LIMITED.
iarWe will sell on instal
tents.
ORDAN & UAVIN
PABST
THE BEST
PRICE:
5 Cents a IBottte,
52.50 per Bo3en.
losinJ. hEA
PHARMACIST.
OsUO~NEirs
Trestmes4 consisting of
A .esef Qhdmt amd twr
- - Anever-aIiCure foPes
ofe~lltT ilmksan operation
wit, InW_ * is . ful, god often resulks
in a""dU this lenrible,
dilt Bstte in Sucb
$Itw No aud $& abox, 6for
t 25ok any n0 - .
co TTA dCPiP t,
7eat RE~LHGULATORad
~ b PURl Smu, mOld and pleasant
to tak.6' for Cd&en's us--- 5o
dosess
ow littlePexius will
beipy,_a #- or more of(File Cure.
NoT5TJMzs JAPAMUs P1.Z
Cu=jOeon&,
ro C.
T D 'LOT NOW
occup ). Robertaon, in
thero. Possession
ApplY
UDERDALE,
Q.DAVIS.
Salez
1,000 BALES VINE HAY; 65c.
per haund $12.00 per ton.
10 tons "MIE W FEED"; $7.50
per ton. T the place of cot
ton seed h and meal.
3-14tf H. L. ELLIOTT.
HABENICHT'S.
J1EINZ'S Chili auce.
"Pickl Onions.
c Cele Sauce.
"i Tol Catsup.
"IndidEelish.
=Sal Dressing.
AMSd in bulk.
Soar ied in bulk.
Spicea Cucumbers.
Qneen Tires, all sizes.
Deiled Olives.
F. M. HABENICH T.
Fine Groceries.
THE UND RIGNED HAS PUB
~hased the intarest of the estate of F.
3erig deceased, in the stock of goods
f Gei eger, .and solicits the
mrde oft6peof Fairfield County,
Iws, I Harnes, kMdes,
failleieit
f all kinds, and everything found
n a FIRST4CLASS HARDWARE
TORE.
The trade othe friends and cus
smers of Qeri o. Seigler is fully ap
~reciated, and' the underiigned hopes
ey may find it to their interests to
antinue their business relations with
im.
J1 W. SEIGLER.
iAT COST. I
- -I HAVE- - -
-24 : SGts
ilver-Plated Table Spoons,
'easpoons udMedium Forks
at I will sel at
Coit<or Cash.
To letter them, at cost prices,
ill be THREE CENTS PER
ETTER.
Come ande see them.
. M. CHANDLER
~THE OLD
Coes to tie Reit Main.
E IS A HUSTLER IN THE
grecery line-buys and sells
nore goods for CASH than any other
store in town. He believes in
HONESTY AND SQUARE DEAL
ING is his motto. If you want FINE
ROCERIES' gve him a call and be
onvinced. Hs
Porto Rico Molasses,
Hot Biscuit
and Butter
Would make a man strike his mother.
JUTST TRY SOME.
JsB MO. ARLE & CO.
HAVING SUCCEEDED
OF CALDWELL & R
PATRO1N
We are now receiving the fir
You people who want to get at
asked to look at our Prints, Per(
Some extra bargains in these go(
We have also received a beaut:
Lawns, Checked Muslin, Dimit
are marking these goods extra c)
frAotboP Baga
A good size Linen Towel at
Turkish Towels at 20c. and 2
Damask Towels.
New Lot Gents' and Boys' Col
and pretty pattern.
We want your business. We
goods at low prices than ever bei
the Northern markets in a few
an elegant Spring Stock. Our c<
you in the best goods at lowest I
The Cadwell Dry
-WORTI
Spring and Su
wei
JUST OPh~EO UP FROlT
MANUFACTURERS IN
Aill11-19 IJatGst 821
SQ. D. WIL
lMt. EiOl Ilitittt a
WINNsBO]
The next s.ession begins September 20,
pupil is required to pay an entrance fee
TuIN.--Scholars in the Graded Scho
eropt in cases where they take up extra
O0 e.xtr 75 eents per month; two etra
iAterary course, 75 cents per ii
Scientific course
Cla
]! higher course include au1 that pre
in yf .-rate families.
r,ie record of the seholars of this seheo
P ar standing in the higher colleges, is th
gi'For further particulars address,
w. H. w:
The Equitable
Life Assurance S ociety
of the United States.
9 Th~e management of theI
O.Equitable Life A ssurance Society
in this territy is desirous of s'eor
ing the servic of a man -of char
acter and abiit to represer.t itk
Sinterest with winnsboro as bead
quartm". The right man wi; L-e
9 b~. ughly educated in the science
i ife insurance and the art of 3~
successful soliciting. TIhere is no
business or profession not re
O quringcapital which is more re
mnrative than a life agency1
conducted with energy and abil
ity. Correspondence withme
who desire to secure permanent
employment and are ambitions to
attain prominence in the~ proies-f
sion is invied.CDE,Mr
3-15-3m Rock Bill, S. C.
For Sale.
A TRACT OF 178 ACRES OFV
land, on Little River, belonging to
D. M. Broom, and bounded by lands
of the estate of R. G. Simonton; Stev
enson and others.
For terms apply to
A. S. & W. D. DOUGL ASS.
11-17 Attorneys, Winnsbore,S5.0C,
TO THE BUSINESS
UFF ASKS YOUR
AGE.
t items of Spring Goods.
early start for spring are
ales, Duck, Colored Piques.
ds in short lengths.
ful line of White Goods
y, Pique, and Welts. We
ieap to start the season.
iq in Tows, 'ls.
ioc.; extra large and heavy
;c.; full stock in Huck and
red Shirts; extra good value
are better 'prepared to sell
ore. Our buyer will siart to
days and we expect to show
)nstant endeavor is to please
)rices. Come and see us.
Goods Comipanly,
I FlUk
IO.
miner Neck
1 ONE Of THE BEST
NEW YORK CITY.
glos and Pop
LIFO1RD.
nd Qrai cliooil
RO: S. C.
1897, and esnds June 24, 1898. Each
of 50 cents to meet contingent ex-'
ol are not required to pay tuition,
itudies in the Collegiate Department.
$1.00 per mothi.
ssical course, 81.50 per :nonth.
ede. Good beard esw be obtained
1 at competuitiy'e ecaminations, a2nd
e best guarantee of its efficiency.
ETB ER@w, Principal
MULESE
JUST AR]RIVEU)
FOTY NICE TENN~ESSEE AND
3ENTCKY MULES ue my,stables
n Wnnsboro, from three to live years
ild. These mules can be bought cheap
r cash or on good baukable paper,
)ayab&le in the Fall. Come one, come
1Iwho -need good mules. I will ex
bange them for broken? down mules
als han . few good Mares and a
ouple of good Saddle Horses, one
ew Two-horse Wagen and one good
I alo keepon hand a few
MILCH COWS
nd wilt sell them cheap for cash or
xchange them for dry cattlig. Always
ready tor a trade.
I have engaged Mr. 5. B. CRAW
'ORD for the season,~-and he will be
leased o see an~y and all of his many
A. WILLIF ORD.
Winnsboro, S. t.
OF OUR BUSInlSS IS. HON
esty and fair treatment to every
one. If our goods dont pleas
you return them unused at one,
and if we can't make it,at
tory, your money will be cheer.
fully refunded.
WE KNOW
that every li'1e piece of me
chandise in T hi store is right,
WE KNOW
that every advertisement put
out gives honeFt and trust
wortby information.
you for a customer now and
always.
Our Reduction
ale Continues,
and bargains are going every
day.
ARTI(TIj ENGRAVING done
while youWalt, when necessary.
UNDEB
TOWERB
CHESTEE, 5.
NEWS+*,
and
"IHERALD
1a Ye.r i2 Aa
Weky,$L.50a Yeari in ~ g,
~TEIR HEABS,
BILL BEADS,
NOTE HEADS,
LAWMBS' B fl
LIENS,
MORTGAGeb,
BBES,
-QM6gLAtj
and everything in job Mae demr
as cheaply as anywhere else 4
theState.
GIVE USKACIKANCEz
Every penny sipent
home is kept at hern.
UJNDERTAKING
INAL IT
with a full stock of Cakt,
Cases and Coffins, conaw~
and use of hearse whon J
Thakf al for past patronage'
tation for a share in the fauste'
old staid
Calls attended to at all bours.
,7 M, WT q'L
4-W4y
7 ~A'~I~

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