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Tuesday, October 3.- - 1899
-Judge 0. W. Buchanan is holding
court i Gaffney this week. He left
here on Saturday.
-The southbound train was several
hours late on Monday, not reaching
here until after twelve o'clock.
-There was no service in St. John's
E:iscopal Church on Sunday, Rev.
Mr. Aliston not being well enough to
conduct the services.
-In anticipation of a large amount
of fall trade some of the stores have
secured an extra force of clerks and
are now preyared to meet the inash.
Joseph Stockford, Hodgdon, Me.,
healed a sore running for Eeven years
and cured his piles of long standing
by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
It cnres -all skin diseases. McMaster
-The appearance of the postoffice
has been greatly improved by the re
guilding of the lock boxes. They are
now bright and shining and look like
new ones. The office is now new and
attractive in every respect.
-Mr. John B. Stevenson desires,
through these columns, to thank the
members ot the fire department and
the citizens, both white and colored,
who rendered him such great assis
tance at the fire which recently de
stroyed his home. He appreciates the
kindness of his fellow-citizens.
Millions of dollars, is the value
placed by Mrs. Mary Bird, Harrisburg,
Pa., on the life of her child, which
she saved from croup by the use of
One Minnie Cough Cure. It cares all
coughs, colds and throat and lang
troubles. McMaster Co.
ing scrape between two
of the operatives
piace on Monday at about tw o
A man by the name of Overatreet fired
at Strickling:five times, wounding
him in the leg just above the knee.
Dr. J. C. Ruchanan was called in to
attend the wounded man.
Miss Annie F. Davis of Winnsboro,
ore of last year's honor graduates, is
spending a few days with her uncle,
Prof. R. Means Davis. She will re
turn to Winnsboro about the middle
of October when she will be joined by
Miss Isabelle Davis on a trip to West
Point, N. Y., where they will spend
the winter.-The State. e
Eat plenty, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
will digest what you eat. It cures all
frrrms of dyspepsia and stomach trou
bats. E. R. Gamble, Vernon, Texas,
says, "It relievet me from the start
an-d cured me. It is now my everlast
ing friend." McMaster Co.
--The cold wave predicted by the
a e.ather :.ureau arrived on schedule
time and is most unpleasantly suggest
ive of winter. It finds many people
emidrely uprepared for cold weather
coming as it does so much earlier than
usual, and wood :and coal are in great
demand. A light frost was seen on
Monday morning, which is rather un
uspal for October 131.
by the Caldwell Dry Goods Co. Fine
.dress goods, silks, gloves, hosiery, and
everything that one could wish may
be found here, and at the most reason
able prices. A large and varied stock
of shoes, and a beautiful line of milli
nery are important departments of
this store. It will pay you to call and
examine their goods.
"If you scour the world you will
never find a remedy equal to One
Minute Vougb Cure," says Editor
Fackler, of the Micanopy, Fla.,
"Hustler." It cured his family of
~ La~rippe and saves thousands from
pneumonia, bronchitis, croup and all
throat an lunc? troubles. McMaster
tcontained an inte
resting accunt of the wedaidg-T'fr.r
Jas. G. Glass and Miss Eva Lee Fair.
banks which took place on Thursday
morning at 7 o'clock in St. Augustine's
chapel, Sewanee, Tenn. The bride's
only attendant was Miss Susie DuBose
and the best man was Mr. B. Lawton
Wiggins, Vice Chancellor of the Uni
versity of the South. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. WV. P. DuBose
assisted by Rev. Mr. Guerry. The
chapel jwas beautifully decorated in
white and green. Many beautifal
and costly presents ;were received by
--Some excitement was c.aused on
Saturday in the millinery department
of the Caldwell Dry Goods Co. by the
overturning of a large lamp. The
lamp, which is a large sun burner,
was lighted and was placed on the
fior doing duty as a stove, and one
of d be young ladies la passirg brushed
it with her skirt, upsetting it. The
'il poured out and some light materials
I' Eg near caught fire bni the tiames
were soon extinguished and no real
damage was done. It was rather a
narrow escape from what might very
ca-'ily have been a very serious acci
President King, Farmer's Bank,
Brr,oklyn, Mich., has used DeWitt's
Li. le Early Risers in his family for
years Sars they are the best. These
frmou-s little pil:s care constipation,
bibiiousness and all liver and towel
troubles. McMaster Co.
Burglary at Cornwe1I's.
A telephone message on Monday
morning informed us of a burglary
which occurre 1 on Sunday night at
Cornwell's. A saft in the store of
Cornwel! & Colvin was broken into
and $175 was taiken. There is no clue
to the burglars.
f a t the fore
pneumonia, are qielly aejve nd
cured by the old reliableD. Jo]nW.
Bull's Cough srap It p s up a
colclin one nia Try bW07
Will quickly heal Sore Lungs.
Dose$ are small and pleasant to take. Doctori
recommend it. Price '2scts. At all druggists.
TiE WATEH SuPPLY.-The follow
ingis the report of the policeman on
the water supply measurements taken
on Monday morning:
Cistern;. Capacity. ft. in.
Court-house......17 8 0
Depot............16 7 8 6
Elliott's ...... . .11 3
Neil's ... ... ....17 7 12 16
Miller's........... 8 7 10
lhillips',.......11 5 3 5
Cummings'.......17 S 17 2
College...... ...15 3 13 5
Smart's...........16 6 15 2
Dr. W. H. Wakefield,
of Charlotte, N. C., will be in Winns
boro, at Winnsboro Hotel, on Thurs
day, October 5th, foi this one day
only. Ilis practice is limited to eye,
ear, nose and throat. 9-12td
S . You Have Always Bought
COMING AND GOING
Mr. Jas. Q. Davis spent Saturday in
Mr. Edgar Matthews was at home
frm Clemson College for a few days
Mrs. C. A. Douglass and children
left on Saturday for their home in
Miss Maggie Jenkins has returned
home .after spending several weeks
with relatives in town.
Mr. J. Gregg McMaster went to
Charleston Saturday ~ to enter tie
"Wben our boys were almost dewad
from whooping congh, our doctor
gave One Minute Cough Care. They
recovered rapidly," writes P. B.
Belles, Argyle, Pa. It cures coughs.,
colds, grippe and all throat and ing
troubles. McMaster Co
DEB'I OF MRS. SPRINKLE.
Mrs. Jemimaa Springle, mother of
apt. Win.Sprinkle, the popular con
ncor of the Southern Railway, d;ied
t her home ini Charlot~te on Septem
er 19th. The old lady received a
evere fall on the 18th of AnguSt,
rom which she never recovered, and
he passed peacefully a.way on the
For years Mrs. Sprinkle was a resi
ent of this place. She mo ied to
er native State, North Carolina She
was 56 years of age, and died within
even miles of her birthplace. Many4
f our older citizens will remember
qite well when the Sprinkie family
ived here, and will hear with regret
f Mrs. Sprinkle's death.
DEATH OF MISS ANNIE BROOM.
Er Editor: Allow me space in your
aper to chronicle the death of Miss
Annie Broom, daughter of Mr. and
rs. S. C. Broom, which occurred in ~
he Greenbriar neighborhood on the i
th of September. She was 16 years i
>faeat the lime f her death, and1
was a devoted and affbetionate daugh
ter and sister; and notwithstanding t
al tat medical skill and loving hands
could do, shte~ aIr-'AP1.grse
until the end came. She leaves a host
of relatives and friends to mourn her
ntimely death. Le the One that gave
and the One that taketh away soothe
the aching hearts ot her loved ones.
Greenbriar, Ociober 2, 1599.
Are'grand, but Skin Eruptions rob
life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve
ures them; also Old, Rann'ng and
Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felous,
Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns,
Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Best Pile cure3 on earth. Drives out
Pains and Aches. Only 25 ets, a box.
ure guaranteed. Sold by McMaster
DEATH OF MB. FRANK SHELL.
The following clipping which gives
n account of the death of Mr. F. C. I
Shell, of Laurens, we take from 1'e
State. Mr. Shell was a brother of Mrs.
S. B. Crawferd, of this place:
Laurens, Oct. 1.-Mr. Frank C.
Shell, son of ex-Congressman G. WV
Shell, died lasat night at his father'0
ome, h'wing been ilt since last Christ
mas. He was perfectly resigned and I
told his family some time ago that hei
ould not live longer than the first of
October. He was a genial and kind
earted voung gentleman anid wms
very tond of his famiiy er~d friem.~
Mr. thell was private secretary to
bi ftLher while a member of Congress
from this dist rict. Hie was about 32
and bis ntimely demise is deplored by
his numerous friends thronghout this
section. The tuneral and~ inte-rment
ook place this afiernzoon .a 4 o'clock
f~om Chestnut Ridge church, the cere
moncs being s.ttenided by a large cou
couree of sorrowing relatives arnd
Bismarck's Iron Nerve
Was the result of his splendid h ealthb I
Irdomitable will and tremendous
energy are not found where Stmach,
Liver, Kidney : and Bowels are out of
order.. If you want these qualities
and :he success they bring, use Dr.,I
Kings New Life Pills. They develop
every atowser o.'sai ad bor.Ony
PRESTON RION, A
PACTFiC FIRE INSURANCE CONP
OF NEW YORK.
Sclicits a share of the public patron
Vacation days are now at a close
and the teachers who have not already
taken charge of their schools will do
so very soon. No doubt, with the aid 1
the State and county summer schools t
have given them, our teachers will be
enabled to do a more useful and inte
resting work this sescion. Education
is truly a grand, a noble work, and
teachers should take a deep interest
in developing the minds of their
pupils; for are not these little ones, j
who are now striving to climb the i
"tree of knowledge," to take the t
place of those who are now holding C
the responsible positions of our coun- s
The patrons of the Blair school have
secured the services of Mr. John Jef
fres, a recent graduate of Clemson
The farmers of this section saved
very little fodder owing to the ex- G
ceL-ive rains. Iay is being harvested n
to mr ke up the deficiency. c
M - Augusta Salyer is visiting s(
rin N in Spartanburg county. si
MiN- U. Eatelle Lyles left on yester
day to take charge of her school at
Oakwood, S. C.
Superintendent McMahan and his
iter Miss Annie spent the past week
it their old home.
Cadet T M Lyles returned to the
tadel on the 29th. S
Blair, too, has the appearance o1 t
aving an iron foundary within its ti
n it, as there is quite a demand for W
The health 61t - nva ity is very
cod with the exception of a ew.aes
E chills and fever. R.
September 80, '99.
"It [did me more good than any
biig I ever used. My dyspepsia was
f months' standing; after eating i
vv- terrible. Now I am -vell," writes ne
B. Keen.r, Hoising ,n, Kas., of be
odol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests er
vhat you eat. McMaster Co.
JENKINESVILLE LOCALS. -
"When faith, temperance and other
elestial powers left the earth," says g
t of the ancient writers, "Hope was
hi only goddess that stayed behind."
Ve are all prone to worship at her
omfortiog shriue, and as she had
eeni singing her siren songs in the F;
~as of the members of the Greenbrier
asc ball club, whispering that victory
ight vet perch on their banners .
bough so (oft defeated, they decided
o challenge the Bilton team, of Lex
gton county. The challenge was
ecepted and quite a number of Lex
,go:ians came over to witness the
~a;e at Jenkinsville on Saturday, the
Gbibafieflircely~rae ,The bi cap.
aini of the Greenbriers striding over
he field with quite a martial air, en
~ouraging his men, helping them to
an, giving orders here and there,
eeming determined not to be again
efeated, but alam, the churrahs at the
loro of the game did not issue from
reenbrier lips, ibut with a rollicking p
og of victory, the Hiltonites an
ounced that they had again won._
accustomed to defeat, the Greenbriers
ccpted it gracefully, consoling them
lves with the thought that it would 3
ave been :rather impolite anyway to
ave beaten their friends from the
The trade in weeds and seeds con
nues brisk here and the demand and
onsquently tbe price for iron~ in- 1l<
A newshirjsa mtbo built
IooD at Long Run, the numbeTr o
~hildren in that section being auffi- el
eftly large now to admit of another
chool dietrict being laid off.- at
The rice crop was not altogether a
ilure in this section, as Mr. Win.
tuff tels me that he has an exceedingly
e patch of it.
Miss Eanita Ruff has just returned -
romn a visit to relatives in the Cedar
We are much elated over the steady
ie in the price of cotton. Most of
be crop here has been picked, but not
auch has b~en put on the market.
yeare is a great desire to hold it if
ossible for better price3 on the part
A quantity of hay has been harvested
his week. Y
O3pt. 30, '99.
m11 Life Was savea.
.1:.J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen
f Hannibal, Mo , lately had a won
rfl deliverance from a frightful ,
l.h. In telling of it he says: "I
.as taken with Typhodi Fever, that'
n into Pneumonia. My lungs be
amn bardened. I was so weak I
coold't evern sit up in bed. Nothing
elped me. I expected to sooni die of
)onsmtkis whe:n I heard of Dr.
i's New D)e covery. One bottle
:ave great relief. I continued to use
, nd now am well and strong, I
ant say too much in its praise." Tbis
narvellous medicine is the surest and
iett cure in the w<rid fotr all
h at and Lung Trouble. Regular
.izz 50 cents and $1 00. Trial bottles
ree at. McMaster Co.'s dirug store;
3vey bottle guaranteed.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
E 1ney trouble prey
and the mind,discour
and ages a ens ambi
WOMEN tion; beauty,vi an
:heerfuluess soon disappear whenj
cidnevs are or. of order or diseased
Tor pleasing results use Dr. Kilmer'i
hvamp-Root, the great kidney remedy
Lt druggists. Sample bottle by mai
ree, alio pamphlet. Address, Dr
jilmer & Co., Bingbamton, N. Y.
The "Plow Boy Preacher." Rev. J
Kirkman, Belle Rive, Ill., says
'After suffering from B.-onchial oi
ung trouble for ten vears, I was cured
y One Mnute Cough Cure. It is al
hat is clained for it and :nore." It
nres coughs, colds, grippe and all
brcat and lung troubles. McMastei
All persons indebted to the estate of
ames Tarner, deceased, are hereby
otified that payment must be made to
be undersiffned, and persons holding
laims against said estate must pre
ent them duly attested to the under
R. 11. JENNINGS,
9-14 Administrator, d. b. n.
All perrons indebted to the estate et
eorge T. Sims, deceased, are hereby
otified that payment must be made to
ie undersigned, and persons holding
laims against said deceased mnst pre
mt them duly attested to the under
gned for payment.
- R. U. JENNINGS,
Sept. 19, 1899. Administrator.
THE FIRM HERETOFORE EX
ting under the name of Lipecomb k
mith is hereby dissolved by mutual
)nsent, Chas. J. Smith assaming all
te indrbtedness of the firm and to
hom all bills are to be paid.
EUGENE P. LIP8COMB,
CHAS. J. SMITH.
Ridgeway, S. C., Sept. 1. 1899.
WE HAVE RE-OPENEDAUSI
ss in the DesPortes Block n i will
pleased to serve our Ir ny custom
We have a fine n w line of fancy
,ods in stock.
Heinz's Pickles and Condlments in
ass and bulk.
Fresh Cakes a rackers in twice a
Aso a iargc, f stock .f Canned
-nits arid Mehat; very deFeription.
. M. HABIFJGIT.
Fine Gr ies.
FEY TABLE SYR
me, C Me~in Glory,
New Cream C
3 lbs. for 25c.
Full line Can
s. cans 25c.
i& ked Baai
.ofiees and Teas of t
>se Pickles at 8 1-3e per d
Potatoes, Onions and Cabbage.
~[ rade.s of Tobaceo, Cigars
Grocery buyers will find it to their
Ivantage to. cail on us. Our goode
'e fresh. Prices low.
I. D, M ICR & CO,
Life Assurance Societ'
Sof the United States.
The management of the
Eut bl e Life A ssurance Society
in this territy is desirous of secnr
Sing the service of a man of char
~acter and ability to represent its
interest with Winnsboro as head
quarters. The right man will be
Sthoroughly educated in the scieurr
Sof life insurance and the art
Ssuccessful soliciting. There is ne.
Sbusiness or profession not re
Squiring capital which is more re
munerative than a life agency
Sconducted with energy and abil
Sity. Correspondence with men
Swho desire to securet permanent
Seinpioyment and are ambitions to
Sattain promfinenice in the profee
ston is initei~d.
XVW J. GOD0iEY, Mgr.,
_ -19-3m Rock ilill, s. C.
IN ALL ITS DEPARTMENrd,
ith a full stock of Caskets. Burial
ases and Coffins, constantly on hand,
id usr' of hearse when requcsted.
hankful for past patronage anti solici
tion for a share in the future, in the
Cals attended to at a!! hours.
THE ELLIOTT GI1. SHOP,
J. M, ELLIOTT & 00.
IN FALL GOODS
Millinery, Shoes and Clothir
can do best for yourself. We
you in quality and price. We
cheap and we sell cheap. 'K
Money" is our motto.
Your special attention
Dress Goods. We have all
also in Silks for Waists and 1
We have the most va
Flannels, Underwear, Hosiery
Our millinery room is pa
We have a large slock of all
wlll please you.
One of our greatest dep:
shoe stock in the county. It
shoes of any kind to give us a
We have a great attractic
ter. Gvods that sell at one c(
cents and up. Many things 1
It will pay you to trade with u
The Caldwel! Dr
The shoes we'll offer are t
that make your feet glad.
|| wish to tell you right now,1
|| though they come from t
||makers we can save you mi
Sall your shoe purchases.
so learn that soaking wheat in blue
stone prevents smutting. One
pound is enough so soak 5
10 cents a pound or 3 pounds for 25
centa. Don't forget this.
For greasing and black
ing the harness at same
time-also for buggy tops.
or Castrolene, for axle
grease; a fine AI for the
For sale by
W. E. Aiken,
NOW READY FOG
NEED IN DEY GOODS,
ig, you want to buy where you
believe we can do the best for
buy in large quantities; we buy.
-he Best Goods for the Least
is called to our fine stock of
the new novelties in Patterns;
ried stock of Domestic Goods,
Gloves, Corsets, etc.
rticularly attractive this season
new styles, and fine work that
irtments is the most complete
will pay you when in need of
n this season in a cheap coun
,nt, two cents, three cents, four
tere that are wonderfully cheap.
s. Try it.
pretty lively this winter
and we have prepared to
keep things hot all the
time in the shoe business.
Shoes for all kinds of weather.
Shoes for all kinds of work.
Shoes for Sunday and party wear. I
Shoes for school and p'lay.
ndw SZc~E OI C
.hat al Oih3O~
bbest S~ he
ney on Elk your feel gladi.j
RGEST AND BEST
licious Crackers and a -e ,
embracing all varieties.
Crackers, Banquet -Wafers,
Salted Banquets,Butter Thins.
Cakes) Pineapple, Rasp
berry and .Strawberry Sand
wiches - Brighton, Windsor
Lemons, Vanilla and Gin
KTry them and be con
vinced. They are the BEST.
GIVE ME A CALL.
J.I S. McCarley,
Dealer in Faucy Grocerie
and Baker's Bread.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
ruci~ theeexauste digestiv or
gans. It is the latest disco .digest
ant and tonic. No otee.aao
tantly relievec n nerrmart'ntycures
Dysppsia, Indu,+ . Hleartbumo,
ickHeaacheGastrl1 adr ana
all other results of Imnperfcdigestion.
Winnsboro, S. C.
CLINTON, S. C.
Special offer of reduced rates fori
next session. A sollege eduestion
plaeed withiA the reach of every one.
Matriculation, taition. roomrentad
board for next collegiate year for $10 .
Full faculty of ecperienced.teahera;;
moral iniaences; healthiful lodlon
Ene courses of study; lowest possible
st. Offer good only nol boarding
!epartment 1, fall. Send f-t cablogue
0 W.T. MATTOEWS,
or A. E. SPENCER.
ith'er Graind Forwmrd -ovemu at
COLUMBIA, S. C.
JOHN A. RICE, PRESIDENT.
Prices roduced nearly 25 per cent
or next year. Modern appointments,
omfoi ts and equipments. Now JR
Irmary. Hi:th standard in thirteen
)partments. Able Faculty of speeial
Ls. Best homelike, social and reli
,ious influences. Closest personal
,tiention to everj student. Those-.
aving daughters to eduoate oan't
ffo)rd to miss seeing the new cata
>gue. Sent on application. 8-10
Joiifsit of North farolla.
Widest Datronage and fullest equip-'
nent in its history. Faculty 38; Stu
enis, 495; 3 Academic Courses 3
Nlective Courses; 3 Professional
ohools, in Law, in Medicine and in,
Tl-armacy. New Bnidi
Vorks, Splendid Libraries
Advanced Classes. open to women.
'nition $60 a year; board $8 a month
Lmple orportunity for . self-help.
cholarships and Loans for the needy
'ree tuition for teachers.
Summer Sohool for Teachers. 24
actructers; 147 students. Total en
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