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LOCAL ; INTELLIGENCE
Tuesday, April 11, - - 1899
-Mr. Harry W. DesPortes has been
appointed postmaster at Ridgeway.
His friends here are glad to know that
he has-received the appointment.
--Mrs. William Brice, mother of
Mr. White Brice, of Chester, was
stricken with paralysis on Saturday at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. John
M. Turner, and is in a critical condi
-Another fall of temperature oc
curred on Saturday, and Sunday and
Monday were both more like winter
than spring. A heavy frost was seen
Monday morning which damaged
early vegetables to some extent.
"Give a liver regulator and I can
regulate the world," said a genius.
The druggist banded him a bottle of
DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the
famous little ;ills. McMaster Co.
-The Fairfield Oil and Fertilizer
Co. intend to add to their plant a large
- up-to-date 'lour mill. This will stimu
late the planting of wheat in this sec
tion. The four. mills in this country
- d 3appeared because people stopped
planting wheat. The machinery, we
understand, has been ordered.
-If you wish to have some idea of
the immense stock of new and beauti
fil spring and summer goods that
Q. D. Williford has, read his adver
tisement. He is determined to get rid
of this stock and has fLed his prices to
svit the people. He has everything
that you need, from ribbons to shoes.
-For several reasons it has been
thought best by those who are to take
pa. t in the concert for the A. R. P.
Church to postpone it, and therefore
i, -read of its coming off on the iight
of Friday, the 14th. it will be given on
the night of the 21st. In addition to
the musi, both vocal and instru
mental, there will be readings and
recitatiens and a treat is in store for
those who attend the concert.
J. Sheer, Sedalia, Mo., conductor on
electric street car line, writes that his
little daughter was very low with
cr'-up, and her life saved after all phy
sieians had failed, only by using One
Minute Caugh Cure. McMaster Co.
-The :ire alarm was sounded on
Saturday evening at about half-past
seven o'clock and the engines were
quickly brought out and the fremen
were ready for a fight with the firs
feuds when it was discovered that
there was no $re. A chimney in the
house now occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Porter. caught on Aro but it
was soon out and amounted to nothing.
There seemed to be great difficulty in
* inding out where the fire was and
various reports were circulated as to
the location of the fire. A number of
people ran to the freight depot, think
Ing that the fire was there.
THE WATER SUPFE,.-The follow
ingis the report of the policeman on
the water supply'measurements taken
on Monday morning:
Court-house cistern......... 16 0
Elliott's cistern............ 95
Neil's cistern. .............16 1
Miller's cistern............10 7&
Phillips' cistern........... 7 6
Gummings' cistern..........16 5
College cistern............14 3
Smart's cistern............15 3
For frost bites, burns, indolent sores,
eezema, skin disease, and especially
Piles, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
stands first and best. Look ont for
dishonest people who try to imitate
and oounterfeit it, It's their endorse
mnent of a good article. Worthless
goods are not imitated. Get DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. McMaster Co.
The Sunday School convention of,
the Fairfield association will meet
withi the Ridgeway church April 28-30
instead of at Sandfield as annonneed
in the program already sent out to the.
ch arches. Those interested will please
note the change. H. K. Izell,
Chair. of Comn.
0! lUnting Academy for she. Months ef
.February and March.
Jawnes Macfle, .milie Young. Liszie
Park. Hugh killing, Tom Bryce,
Hanaban Park, Glen Park, Florence
Jennie Milling, Etta Park, Riley
Paul, Rosa Young, Mary Timms,
Mary Paul, Ber tha Timms, Mary Park.
a~shs Th Kind Yu s Always Bought
The following item from the Spartan
burg correspondent to the Augusta
Chronicle will be of interest here, as
Mr. Chapman is well known here.
Mr. Chapman married Miss Rachel B.
McMaster of this place and - their
friends wili be glad to know that they
expeet to return to South Carolina.
Tme many friends and acquaintances
of Mr. J. A. Chapmai, of Middles
*boro, Ky., will be pleased to learn of
his anticipated locatior in this city.
* Mr, Chapm..n attended Wofitord
College, ando leaving the .city to
complete his education, carried the
universal respect and regard of' many
After graduating from Harvard Law
school with distinction, he entered I be
*ofie of one or the largest law firms
in New York, and while so connected
represented the large English syndi'
ste which at the time was developing
Mr. Chapman will move to this city
with his family from Keutncky aboui
A hacking cough is a grave-yard
cough; the sooner you get rid of it the
better. Don't wait until it develops
into consumption, but use the cele
brated Dr. John W. Bull's CoughSyrup
at once. It is a wo%derful remedy or
all throat and lung affections, and will
cure a deep-seated cough or cold in a
few days. Good for old and young.
Will cure a Hacking Cough.
Doses are small and pleasant to take. Doctors
recommend it. Price 25 cents. At all druggists.
GOMINC AN\D GOING.
Mr. M. A. Moore, Jr., of Union,
was in town on Saturday.
Judge O. W. Buchanan arrived here
on Saturday for a short stay with his
Rev. Davidson Douglass retarcu_d
to the Theological Seminasy in Co
Mrs. H L. Elliott has gone to Pine
ville, N. C., to visit her daughter Mrs.
Mr. Will Simpson and Mr. N. L.
Craig, of Blaekstock, are vising friends
on the campus.-The State.
Mr. and Mrs. William Bostic will
return on Wednesday from Charles
ton and will spend a month in Wiurns
Mrs. D. Wyatt Aiken and her
daughter Miss Nannie Aiken are ox
pected to arrive to-day on a visit to
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Aikon.
Capt. C. S. Dwight is in Chester
County where he has gone to see about
rebuilding the bridge over the Catawba
River. The bridge was recently de
stroyed by fire.
Rev. C. E. McDonald went to Co
lumbia Saturday, and on Sunday
preached in the A. R. P. Church in
that city. In the A. R. P. Church
here Rev. McElwee Ross, of Oxford,
Pa., preached both.morning and even
ing, and his eloquent sermons were
If you have a cough, throat irrita- a
tion, weak lungs, pain in the chest,
difficult breathing, croup or hoarse
ness, let us suggest One Minute Cough
Cure. Always reliable and safe. Mc
Master & Co.
Mr Hi W DesPortes has been ap
pointed postmaster for Ridgeway.
Misses Pearl Johnston and ,May ~
'homae came up from the Female
College to spend Easter at home.
Mr W H Ruff, Jr, returned from!
ock Mill on Saturday last.
Mr J T Barron, of Columbia, de
livered an-interesting lecture- to the
Masonic fraternity on Friday evening..
Dr Devaga, 0f Chester, was in town
Friday on professional business.
Dra Linder, of Union, and Province,
of Barnwell, were in town attending
Miss Baynes a few days ago.
April 8, '99. More Anon.
The -farmers are greatly behind.
Very little ploughing has been done.
Very little March corn was plar ted.
l'he corn that was up was badly in
jred by the frost.
Gardening is backward owing to the
wet weather. Grain is looking very
well. More grain planted this ye:ar
than has been known in reventeeni 1
The fruit trees have been greatly in
jred by the recent cold.
Bethel school is progressing nicely
uder the efficient managemsnt of
Miss Sallie McMLeekin.
Mr. Edgar Trapp, of Crooked Run,
has enlarged his store. He is running4
a large grocery.
There was an April Fool party given
at Mr. John B. Boyd's on the 4th inst.
The April Fools were read by 2Jiss
Rev. Md. L. Banks, Jr., preached a
delightful sermon last Snnday at
Bethel Sunday School is progressing
nicely under the management of Mr.
D. G4. Ruff. Geranium.
April 8, 1899.
There are few men more wide awake
and enterprising than McMaster Co.,
who spare no pains to secnre the best
of everything in their line for their
many customers. They now have the
valuable agency for Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Congns -
and Colds. This is the wonderful
remedy that is producing such a furt'r
1. over the country by its many start
ling cures. It absolutely cures A sthma,
Bronchitis, Hoareness and all affections.
of the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Call
at above drug store and get a trial bot
tle free or a regular size for 50 cents
and $1L00. Guaranteed to cure _or
Death has again visited our section.
Tedeath angel has come and borne
another spirit away to that bourne
from whence no traveler ever return
eth. Mrs Z M Haynes died at their
home in Longtown yesterday morn
ing. Sbe had ;been ill for only a short
time before her death. While all
ralied that she was very ill, death
came. nevertheleiss, a severe shock to
all. The deceased was a member of
the Ridgeway Baptiat Church. The
funeral services were consducted by
Rev J G4 Berndon assisted by Rev J E
Jones. The services were held at the
Longtown Presbyterian Church and
byremains were interred in tbe ceme
.......t that nlace Tha deceaMed was
i daughter of Mr and Mrs D G Smith
>f Upper Longtown, and besides her
imsband and [parents, leaves a host of
>ther relatives and friends to mourn
ier loss. How sad death is, especially i
i see one cut down in the bloom of s
-cnth. However, we should not *
tau:mer, but remember that our God in
s t:>o wise to err and too good to be si
"'kind. To the bereaved ones we $
::end .our sympathies in this their C(
;ceat-siiction. When a few years r
Ere come then we too shall go the way
'rom whence we shall not return. do
April 7, '99. E. H. D. be
F.)r a quick remedy and one that is Cu
>e*ectly safe for caildren let as recom
ird One Minute Cough Cure. It is
,xellent for eroup, boarseness, tick- "'
irg in the throat and coughs. Mc- fri
.aster Co. an
SUNDAY sCHOOL CONVENTION
)L the Fairfield Baptist Association, to be
Ueld With the Ridgeway Chnrch, April
28-30, 1899. .
20 a m Organization.
Reports from Sunday Schools. mc
11 a m Sermon. Rev W J Dowell; an
M,ornate, Rev E A McDowell. Li,
I Topic: The Sunday School in his- it
r.:y. R N Pratt, W R Briscoe, C A
II 'he Sunday School in its relation
o :h - Church. T W Mellishamp, J E thi
. W G Hinnant, J L Freeman. mc
SATI AT. bo
. a m- bo
III The Sunday School a success. be
low to make it so? fat
1 Superintendent wide-awake, with
yatem, order, punctuality, &c. W R
tabb, C P Wray, L T Carroll, J M
2 School properly graded and classed. re;
P Isenhower, J M Quattlebaum, W Irt
Lindsay, J M Ederington.
3 T.;achers and pupils with lessons aor
rell prepared by previous study, and
aught and recited with interest and to
uthusiasm. J B Carry, W J Dowell, Ch
ewton Kelly, W H Joyner. Th
4 Music. J L Freeman, J N Entz- Th
iinger, W R Briscoe. seli
Sermon at 11 30 a m by Rev R N I
'ratt or Rev C A Stiles. seli
IV Importance of developing the to 1
lii,sionary spirit in the Sunday School, Co:
nd how best accomplished. 3 A for
fcDowell, A C Osborne, W H Hartin.
V Lesson helps used and not abused. nit
V J Dowell, F N K Bailey.
11 a m Sermon by Rev J L Freeman
r Rev A C Osborne. Br
Hi K Esell for corn. Fe
Before the discovery of One Minute tio
cugh Care, ministers were greatly pa
isrbed by coughing congregations. pei
o' excuse for it now. McMaster Co. ed.
CAMP RAINEs, by
Camp Raines met at 12 mn. on Mon
y, April 3, 1899. ha,
Tue committee, appointed to draft a mi
emorial for Comrades Pagan and wl
erg made their report as follows:
This camp has learned with pro- is1
ond grief that our our two oldest
.r4 honored comrades have, dropped im
rc'm' our thin line and will no more e
jg'er to the call of a roll fast dimin- cel
M-aj. James Pagan departed this life a
a the 25th day of November, 1898, a
ed 89 years.
Mr. Francis Gerg departed this life
i the 28th day of March, 1899, aged
Our departed comrades, as soon as
I' issues distracting the country wets
'emoved from the legislative halls to
he battlefield for settlement, answer
ig with prompt and equal alacrity to
hL. call of duty, at once stepped to the
~rnt in defence, the one of his native'
h other of his adopted country. 1
tribute enough to both of them to
a that within the personal knowled
f some of us and upon the und -
mted testimony of all in the long
ariod of storm and fiery trial that
:nsud, they bore themselves with
hberul and steadfast courage, fidelity,
1evotion and effi:iency that reverses
d calamities could not shake, and
rved themselves in the unequal.
truggle worthy soldiers of the South
in army that wrought deeds of hero- f
sm the story of which the "world ra
sil not willingly let die."*
At the close of the strife they ar- to
>li i themselves with the same cheer- a':
'ul spirit and prient fortitude to their
>rivate affairs and the duties of citi
enship under new and perplexing
~onditions, performing these duties
vih the genial temper and unfailing git
:ourtesy that made them winning per- -
oualities. As citizens in their rela- Tn
onefl to public duties they both pos
esed strong convictions, uninfluenced
y selfish considerations, and to them
hey were ever true wi;h inflexible
Departing before us, they have
,orne tn their honored graves the re
'ect of all, the admiration of many L<
d the affection of all who knew them Os
Resolved, That this camp desires to Re
lear testimony to affectionste and 'W
reverent regard for these deceased Ft
orades, who as soldiers and com- Ct
ides and friends were true and tried:
Resolved, That the State and tbe
community have sustained a loss in
:he removal of citizens alive to every ce
ea:d of duty and public interest,u
and the members of this tamp are B
or.nd to themn by ties of friendship In
and the memory of trials borne with Di
Resolved, That they reverently ten
ler to the families of our deceased
How to Look Good.
Good looks are really maure than skin
deep, depending entirely on a healthy Bi
.:ondition of all the vital organs. If st4
h liver be mnactive, you have a bilious kr
look; if your stoimach be disordered,
y'u have a dyspeptic look; if your
ki.4neys be affected, v-onhave apinched
lo k. Secure good health, and yon th
wil surely have good looks. "Elec
tric Bitters" is a good Alterative and
To,nic. Acts directly on the stomach,
li.r and kidneys, purifies the blood,
cures pimples, blotches and boils, and
gives a good complexion. Every bot
ie guaranteed. Sold at McMaster
Co' drug store. 50 cents per bottle.5
New and Complete Treatment, consisting of
PPOSITORIES, Capsules of Ointment and two
es of Ointment. A never-failing cure for Piles
very nature and degree. It makes an operation
h the knife. which is painful, and often results
leath unnecessary. Why endure this terrible
ase? We pack a Written Guarantee in each
lox. No Cure, No Pay. soc. and $t a box, 6 for
Sent by mail. Samples free
OINTMENT, 25o. and 50c.
JSTl' TIN Cd Pils Prevented, by
INSTIPATION Sa" L,"ve *':
Japurees LierPellets, the
at LIVER and STOMACH REGULATOR and
DOD PURIFIER. Small, mild and pleasant
ake: especially adapted for children's use. 5o
es 25 cents.
REE.-A vial of these famous little Pellets will
tiven with a $i box or mvre of Pile Cure.
;OICE-THe GEN'INE FRESH JAPANESE 1'ILiE
tz for sale mly by
J. J. OBEAR, Druggist,
Winnsboro, S. C.
ends and comrades their sympathy,
d request the Adjutant to furnish
'm with a copy of these resolutions.
H. A. Gaillard,
G. A. White,
S. R. Johnston,
he committee on the death of Thos.
Ligon made the following report:
fhercas, it hath pleased God to re
ye from our ranks our comrade
loved brother soldier, Thomas P.
on, and enroll him in the company
those of our number who have gone
!ore us to the Great Hereafter. Be
. That in the death of our comrade,
ile we humbly bow to the dread
,ree of an All-Wise Providence,
11 knowing that "He doeth all
ogs wel'," Can'p Raines has lost a
St valued member.
. That a blank page in ont minute
)k bc ascribed to his memory.
That a eopy of these resolutions
engrossed and. forwarded to the
nily of our deceased bother.
T. B. McKinstry,
D. G. Raff,
J, D. Leitner,
t committee was appointed to draft
oltions on the death of Capt. A. P.
iss E. G. Dwight was chosen spon
'he following delegates were elected
represent Camp Raines at the
rleston reunion: H. A. Gaillard,
s. B. McKinstry, Jno. J. Neil.
a delegates were empowered to
et their own. alternates.
'he following named comrades were
cted as a committee supplementary
he committee already appointed by
nmander Jennings to raise funds
the Charleston reunion: Thos. W.
odward, H. A. Gaillard, Jno. D.
Carley, W. C. Beaty, R. H. Jen
Buckien's Arnica Salve.
'he Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
tses, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
rer Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
[liblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
ts, and positively cures Piles, or no
required. It is guaranteed to give
-fet satisfaction, or money refund
Price 25 cenas per box. F'or sale
For Over FIfty Years.
f. WV INSLOW's SooTHIfNG SYaR
been used for over fifty years by
lions of-zmothers.for their children
ie teething, with perfect success.
oothes ths child, softens the gums,
ys all pain, cures wind colic, and
he best remedy for diarrhoea. it
1 relieve the poor little sufferer
nediately. Sold by druggists in
iry part of the world. Twenly-five
its a bottle. Be sure and ask for
rs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,"
i take no other kind. 1-1-17
For Infants and Children.
le Kind You Hlave AIwajs Bought
~ Made a
TH ..wof Me.
REAT a ----'
INCH REMEDY produces the above result
in 30 d ays. Cures Ne,ious Debi.y Imptency
io:ee, FcTTi;g AMmory. S:o;s al d raw s a.i
es caused by errcrs of vouth. It war'ds off In
Ity and Consumption. A..: Men regai:: Man
d and Old M. recover \'uth:u V'gor. It
s vigor and size to sh-un.ke:u organs. and fits
an orbusinss or snrr"':e. --- '.: e.rid i
vest pock et. Pric - - 93
3old only by J. J. Obear, Drug
, Winnsboro, S. C.
TELFTH QUARTERLY BEFORT OF
THE WIN IBORO BAN ,
Of Winniboro, S. C.
the close of business Mar. 31, 1899
as, - -- - - $268,233 95
erdrafts secured and un
unsecured, - - 11,225 45
al Estate, - - - 7,850 00
arehouse, - - -- 7,4.50 69
riture and fixtures, - - 1,583 65
sh, in vault and other
banks, -, - - 38,494 46
rotal, - - - - $334,888 20
pital stock, - - $120,700 00
idivided profits, net, - 24,931 52
Us payable, - - - 25,000 00
dividual deposits, - - 158,328 93
e to other banks, - - 5,927 75
'otal, - - - - $334,888 20
A TE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1ss.
County of Fairfield. I
Before me personally comes James
Davis, Cashier of The Winnsboro
bnk, and makes oath that the above
Ltement is correct to the best of his
Lowledge and belief.
JAMES Q. DAvIS,
svorn to and subscribed before me
is 10th day of' A ril, 1899.
Attest correct :
T. ". ELLIOTT,
J. . MCMASTEE,
a RDEANA WH _ etnatlSm aD
The C9dW11 Or
OF CALDWELL &
We are now receiving the
You people who want to get
asked to look at our Prints, P
Some extra bargains in these
We have also received a bea
Lawns, Checked Muslin, Din
are marking these goods extra
.,A oth GP Ja&g
A good size Linen Towel a
Turkish Towels at 20c. and
New Lot Gents' and Boys' C
and pretty pattern.
We want your business. W
goods at low prices than ever 1
the Northern markets in a fe
an elegant Spring Stock. Our
you in the best goods at lowes
The Caldwell Dri
Take N otice.
CITIZENS OWNING DOGS MUST
keep them confined at home or securely
muzzled with wire muzzles. All dogs
that have been bitten or suspected to
have been bitted by mad dogs, or sup
posed mad dogs, must be immediately
killed by their owners or the police
will be required to do so.
JAS. E. COAN,
Granting Permission to the American
Telephone and Telegraph Company
of Booth Carolina, its Successors and
Assigns, to Construct, Operate and
Maintain its lines of Telephone and
Telegraph upon, along, over and
uder the Highways and Streets of
the Town of Winnsboro, County of
Fairfield and State of South Caro
Section 1 'Be it ordained by the Town
Coneil of Winnsboro, County of
Fairfield and State of South Carolina.
that the Amercan Telephone and Tele
graph Company of _South Carolina, its
successors and assigns be, and the
same is hereby, granted the right,
privilege and authority to construct,
operate and maintain its lines of tele
phone and telegraph, including the
necessary poles. wires and fixtures
upon, along, over and under the high
ways and streets of said town of
Winusboro upon the terms and condi
tions hereinafter provided.
Section 2. The said Company shall
establish connection in said town with
its lines end maintain same as long as
the net expense of maintaining such
connection in said town does not ex
ceed the gross receipts derived there
Sectioni 3. All poles shall be erected
under the direction and supervision of_
the Committee on Streets, which comn
mittee shall designate the streets upon
which such poles shall be erected,
always allowing said Company rea
sonable facilities for reaching such
points as its business may require;
and all streets and sidewalks that may
be disturbed or damaged, ini the con
struction of the said lines, shall be
promptly replaced and repaired by the
said Company at its own expense, and
to the satisfaction of the said Commit
tee on Streets, and all poles shall be
reat, symmetrical and so i..e:teci as
not to interfere with the public use of~
said highways or streets.
Section 4. Said Cin,p;"ny :-hal! be
suject to ordin1a'cer no0W in force, c.r
that may be hereaf:er past.d reliativ:
t the r se of ihe poulic hghtvay or
streets of the raid tow:1 of W;unsbo,ro
Section 5, Nothing ini this Ordinance
cotained shall be cons:roed to efran.
to the said (iompauy an excluie
franchise and the said Town Council
hereby reserve3 the~ right to grant a
like consent to any otLer company,
person or persons for like purposes.
Section 7. Said Company shall hold
said town free and harmless from all
damages, or claims for damages, aris
ing by reason of the erection or negli
gent maintenance of said lines.
Section 7. This Ordinance shall be
in force and effect from and after its
Done in Council this fifth day of
April, A. D. 1899.
[E,. s.) JAS. E. C9AN,
At eA: JNO. J. NEIL,
48 Clerk of Connil.
iT WILL PAY YOU TO WAIT
which will take place Friday and Sat
urday, April 14th and 15th. Our
stock is the largest and best selected
ever brought to town, embracing the
latest novelties in Trimmed and TJn
trimmed Hasts. An endless variety of
Children's Headwear, Sailors' W'alk
ing Hats and Bicycle Caps..
Never before have Millinery Good;
looked so artistic.
Miss Sitgreavcs is a trimmer and
buyer second to none, and will be glad
to have her friends call and examme
MRS. J. D. McCARLEY,
D TO THE BUSIN -S
RUFF ASKS YOUR
first items of Spring Goods.
an early start for spring are
ercales, Duck, Colored Piques.
oods in short lengths.
utiful line of White Goods
ity, Pique, and Welts. We
cheap to start the season.
air ir To cjQls.
t ioc.; extra large and heavy
25c.; full stock in Hick and
'olored Shirts; extra good value
re are better 5r repared to sell
)efore. Our buyer will siart to
w days and we expect to show
constant endeavor is to please
t prices. Come and see us.
MERRITT. DAVID CROCKET.
MERRITT. DAVID CROCKEl'
DOUBLE TEAM. DODBLE TEA..
DOUBLE TEAM. DOUBLE T EAM.
STAGE HORSE. RI;EH and RIPE
RIPE a1nd JUICY, Si IHNAPPS.
ISTR AW BERRY-TWIST.
(Also a~ nice line of Pines and Smok
HEINZ'S Chili Sauce. .
" ickled Onion;s.
" Tomato Jatsep.
" India Relish
"Sweet Mixed in bulk.
"Sour Mixed i bulk.
" Q ed Oie. al: sizes.
F. Mv. HABE NICHIT.
WHAT YOU WILL HAVE FOR
your next meal.
JUST RING "71
and your worry will ne over. You
can find everything you want in a
Always keep a nice lh~e of
Give me a "ring-up" and your ordez
will be~ promptly filled.
J. S. McCarley.
MONE TO LOAN
On farming lands. EUsy payments
No commuisi ~ --- ed. Borroswei
pays actnal c. -t e :rfecting loa
oA. S. & W. D.))OU
ONE DAY ONLY.
(Leaves on the afternoon trai
'7ILL BRING FULL LINE OF
Y 1'samples of his stock.
PRICES ALL REDUCED.
. Ladies' Sash Buckles, ~
UI BiAEJ!!) Shirt Waist Sets with
Pins, in plate 'and Old, and LInk
Parties desiring Spectacles can be
fitted as usual.
BRING YOUR WATCH WORK
AND JEWELRY J'0B8 .ALL
OF WHICH. WILL LOOK
LIKE NEW WHEN
--I HAVE- -
--24 : Sets
Silver-Plated -Table Spoons,
Teaspoons and Medium Forks
that I will sell at
Cost for Cash.
To letter them, at. cost-prices,
will be THREE CENTS PEB
Come and see them.
C. M. CHANDLER
IN SPITE OF THE
lateness of the season, if
you prepare land well and
plant seed bought from
us you will probably have
a better garden than
usual this year.
BUY BENSI O OL
They are scarce and the
price will go up.
BEAUTY OF HEBRON,
EARLY ROSE and
EORTY NICE TENNESSEE AND
KENTUCKY MULES at my stables
in Winnsboro, from three to fiveyer
old.Thes mules can bebouhcep
payable in the Fall. Come one, com
aliwhoneed good mules. I willox
change them for broken down males
rIalsohavefew good Mars ad
-. nple of good Saddle Horses, on.
11-W Two-horse Wagon and one good
I also keep o~ii a few
and will sell them cheap for cash or
exchange them for dry cattle. Always
ready tor a trade.
I have engaged Mr. S. B. CRAW
FORD for the .season, and he will be
pleased to see any and all of his many