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Saturday, October 21, - - 1899
-Just received! A handsome line
of open and top buggies at
J. 0. Boag's.
-The rise in cotton mades the farm
It is time things came
ave a carload
nd it is
there is little
-hance of s overcoming the disease.
--Do not miss the opportunity to
take your family to the State Fair.
Young and old will be instructed and
entertained. All immorai, gambling
and questionable features are rigidly
Joseph Stockford, Hodgdon, Me.,
healed a sore running for seven years
and cured his piles of long standing
by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
It cnres all skin diseases. McMaster
-Samuel Y. Crossland, an ex-Con
federate soldier, 66 years of age, died
on Friday morning about 3 o'clock, at
the county poor house. He was a
member of the 12th S C Infantry,
and was a faithful soldier.
-Miss Huey, from this county, who
graduated from a training school for -
nurses in New York, is now in Europe
travelling with a patient. She has been a
abroad for some time and is enjoying I
the sights on the continent.
President Kifg, Farmer's Bank, 1
Brooklyn, Mich., has used DeWitt's
Little Early Risers in bis family for
years. Says they are the best. These I
famous little pills cure constipation, 'i
billiousness and all liver and bowel gj
troubles. McMaster Co'.
-Miss Hornie, anexperienced np-to
date milliner, has taken charge of Mrs.
Boag's millinery department this sea
son and will be pleased to serve you in
that line. Satisfaction guaranteed. ~
__ J. 0. Boag. .~
-On Tucsday evening, October 24:lh,e
the Synod of South Carolina will hold
*its annual session at Aveleigh Church,
in Newberry. Rev. A. A. James will
be' moderator and will preach the
opening sermon. Matters, of particu
lar interest will come up beforethis
meeting for discussion.
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 Minute Cough ure. It cures all I
coughs, colds and throat and lung a
troubles. McMaster Co.
-Spartanburg is keeping up in
every way with the larger towns of
- the State and her latest enterprise is
an evening newspaper. The new
wisThe Evening 1'eleg %ar&
is a neaattive paper, ut is small.
This town is well supplied with news
papers, three other papera being pub
lishied there. d
-There is some talk of baying the
telegraph office moved from the pas- a
senger depot where it has always been 4
located to some point further up town.
Ever since the new depot was built ~
there L.avo been complaints made about ,
the inconvenience of having the tele
graph office so far from the business t<
part of town, and it is understood
that a movement is now on f.>ot to
"if you scour the world you will
never find a remedy equal to One h
Minute Cough Cure," says Editor r
Fackler, of the Micanopy, Fla., 2
"Hustler." Tt cured bis family of Il
LaGrippe and saves thousands from a
pneumonia, bronchitis, croup and all ii
throat and lung troubles. McMaster y
-The Florence Times speaks in a
highly complimentary* way of Miss '
Margaret Klein, the elocutionist who a
is to recite in Winnsboro for the bene
fit of Mt 2jion library. rrom the
press notices of her recitations. Miss
Klein will lhe well worth hearing and
the result of her visit to town should
be a nice sum for the library. An
elocuticnist of such ability should have
a crowd to hear her.
-The weather for a week or more i
has been like summer and the ther
tnoieter has registered as high as 80 a
degrees. ~The warm, mild days have (
inade vegetation gourish and grow
until it looks more like sping than 6
autumn. Cotton has commencod 'l
blooming again and a number of bolls
have formed, but it is scarcely proba- j
ble that it can make anything so late in e
the season. Some of 4te farm.ers are
hoping that frost will be lgig in cofln- g
i;ng aud tiia' a secon.d crop of cotton
w Ul be made.
The 'Plow Boy Preacher." Rev. J. t
Kirkman, Beile Rive, Ill , says,|s
"After suffering from Bronchial ori
lang trouble for ten years, I was curedI
by Qne Minute Coug1 Curp. It is all
at. is claimed for ilt 'and more." It
conghs, colds, grippe and all
'' d 'lung troubles. McMaster
the ~ a a cou For
is bly m nded. won
s remedy reef at -
conquers the woo e vOrqln
andsoon effet thoro
Cures Grippe alf Induenza.
=are alland *
-At Mt. Zioinstitute every Friday
members of the different classes are
called upon to recite before the assem
bled school poetry, which is selected
for them by the teachers and which
they are given several weeks to pre
pare. In order to make time for these
recitations, some of the classes aie
dispeneed with for the day. The dif
ferert classes take turn about on Fri
days, and last Friday the junior and
senior classes recited. This practice
is thought by the teachers to be very
improving to the pupils, and i has
been customary for years paqt at Mt.
"When our boys were almost dead
from whooping cough, our doctor
gave One Minute Congh Cure. They
recovered rapidly," writes P. B.
Belles, Argyle, Pa. It cures coughs,
colds, grippe and all throat and lung
troubles. McMaster Co.
-One of the principal attractions at
the State Fair will be the crowds of
school girls and boys who will be
allowed a day in Columbia. Winthrop
and Clemson will in all probability be
there, the students of the Co-Educa
tional Institute at Edgefield and varI
>us other colleges of the State. Thurs
lay is the day generally chosen by the
e-achers to carry their pupils and this
n itself, apart from the attractions of
;he fair, will carry a number of people
o Columbia. It serves too as a good
Ldvertisement for the schools, the
npils attending en masse and appear
ng at theirbest.
Eat plenty, Kodol Dyspepsia Care
viil digest what you eat. It cures all
orms of dyspepsia and stomach trou
)ies. E. R. Gamble, Vernon, Texas,
ays, "It relieved me from the start
,nd cured me. It is now my e7erlast
Dg friend." McMaster Co.
-In Friday's Charlotte Observer is
n article taken from the Southern
'arm Magazine, giving a sketch of the
fe of Mr. D. A. Tompkins, of Char
tte. After an education received in
e South Carolina College and the
essaler Polytechnic Institute, he
et to work in some steel works in
roy, N. T., and from there workedC
is way up until he reached the top
the ladder and became one of the
remost among the mill men of the
mth. Hie is president of numerous
ills, and has organized and begun
rious mills, among them being cot
n mills, cotton seed oil mills, and4
ectric light works. The article gives
r. Tomnpkius credit for the existence
several of the textile sch ools of the
nth, whichare proving such an ad
atage to our young men. Among
e mills .in whose organization Mr.
'6mpkins-askhad an interest in is the
irfeld Cotton Mllj of
ampkin as at 'ne time president.
. a ~hKind You ave Always Bought
Se ices will be held in the follow
r hurches on Sunday:
soclate Reformed Presbyterian
ev. C. E. McDonald. Service at 11
m. and 7.30 p. mn. Sunday School
5 Sp. m. Prayer meeting Wednes
y at 5 p. m.
St. John's Episcopal -Services at 11 -
i. and 6.30 p. m. Sunday School at
.30 p. mn. Afternoon service 5.30 p.m.
Methodist-l1 a. mn. by the pastor.
nday School at 4.30 p. mn. Prayer
eeting Wednesday at 4 30 p. m. S
Presbyterian-li a. in. by the pas
)r. Sunday School at 5 p. m. Prayer
eting Wednesday at 5 p. m.
For Over Fifty Years.
Ms. WINSLOW's SOOTHING SYRUP
as been used for over fifty years by
illins of mnothers for their children
rhile teething, with perfect success. 12
soothes the child, softens the gums,
lays all pain, cures wind colic, and
ithe best remedy for diarrhoea. it C
ill relieve the poor little sufferer
amedately. Sold by druggists in a
very part of the world. Twenty-five
mnts a bottle. Be sure and ask for a
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,"
od take no other kmnd. 1-1-17
pompNG AN) Qoiq
Sherift R. E. Ellison has returned
Mr. Silas W. Ruff, who now lives in S
~ichnd County, was in town Friday.
Miss 1Kennedy and Mrs. Ellison
ones, of Longtown, were in town on
Miss Belle Davis, of Columbia,
pent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Jas, ~
Rev. Jas. G. Glass and his bride, of
~umerville, are at Wright's hotel.
Rev. Beunj. Allaton returns to-day,
rom Jolumnbia and will hold service
n Sunday as usual.
Miss Mary Jordan, of Winnsboto, I
. C., ithp ggest of Mrs. Stongh.
1invile gor. Charlotte Observer.
Mr. J. M. Beaty, secretary and
reasurer of the Fairfield Cotton Mills,
pet yesterday at the Buford - Char-:
a * ,, The Kind You Haie Always Boegl't
PRESTON RION, Agent
PACIFIC FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORI.
solicits a suare of the public patron
BILLY MASON'S AMERICA.
My country, 'tis of thee,
Robber on land and sea,
For thee I blush.
Land where the good ha% e died,
Land once the pilgrim's pride,
In shame thy face go hide
(Intfi Wppn by the audience)
Oh, Billy, h
Millions Given Away.
It is certainly gratifying to the put
lie to know of one concern in the Ian
who are not afraid to be generous t
the needy and suffering. The proprie
tors of Dr. King's New Discovery fo
Consumption, Coughs and Cold., hay
given away over ten million trial bol
ties of this great medicine; and hav
the satisfaction of knowing it has ab
solutely cured thousands of hopeles
cases. Asthma, Brohchitis, Hearse
ness and all diseases of the Throat
Chest and Lungs are sured by it. Cal
on McMaster Co , druggists, and get
trial bottle free. Regular size'50c. an
$1. Every bettle guaranteed, or pric
Working Night and Day
le busiest and mightiest little thinj
thsu ever was made is Dr. King's Nev
L;fL Pils. Every pill is a sugar-coat
ed globule of health, that change
weakness into strength, listlessnesi
ino energy, brain-fag into menta
power. They're wonderful in build
i'1g up the health. Only 25c. per box
Sold by McMaster Co., druggiste.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Mought
A FINE PLANTATION AT
For terms, address .
FARM AND ECRANICS BAK
Columbia, S. C.
APPLICATIONS WILL BE RE
eived up to October 27th for teacher
>r school to be opened at Fairfield
3. F. McMAsTER,
T. H. KETCHIN,
WE HAVE A
acar of FINE SEED
will sell cheap for
cash or on liberal
terms. All farmers
should s o w some
FL W DOTY & GO.
Whole Apricots in heavy
Lemon Cling Peaches.
White Wax Cherries.
Red Pitted Cherries.
Extra Paeked Raspberries.
Large Anderson Plums in
Heinz's Mince Meat, 2 lb.
Ft. Sumter Roasted Coffee,
fine Mocha and Java blend,
Hecker's Oatmeal, 2-pound
Herrings in tomato sauce,
Broiled Mackerel in tomato
Fresh Deviled Crabs.
Extra quality Lunch Tongue
Extra quality Potted Chicken
All these goods can be got
t very low prices.
Lidli COMN Y'S
Eitat Qf M4
telling how to prepare manydell
cate and delicious dishes.
ddress, Lie~i C. 9B 0 Box , 271.8
FULL LINE OF
Tic' oi8ee 81 IIMllOeeu
to ou iready complete stock,
we are repared to furnish
,in n this line you may
need nd heap, but the very
d examine our stock
o e making a purcfiase.
DON'T FORFET US.
J83 Ho Mclasler &El
Irish Potatoes and
Onions for the
Rye, Crimson Clo
ver, Turnip and
Morgan's and Chil
larine- Chill Tonic.
Letters of Administration.
STATE OF SOUITH CAROLINfA,
C0UN TT 01 FAIBFIELD.
By 8. R. JOHXSTON,Eq., Judge~robate.
at him ltters of administration of
e saeand effects of John H. Clamp,
These are, therefore, to cite and admon
ish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said John H. Clam ,do
eiuthe'ourt ofPbe d app held at
Faifie4~ortHouse S. U., on the 25th
day of q mbr next, after publcation
hereof, t11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
said ad~~~ tlonihou no be granted.
Given underw yhand, this 16th day of
October, ADj1S. R. JOHNSTON.
' 1076 Judge of Probate.
OFFICi OF COUnMY SUPERVISOR,?
Winnsboro, S. C., Oct 3, 1899.
NOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN that
a nuEling of the Board of Control for
b,: C. unty of Fairfield will be held in
:k b- fice olf r no County Supervisor for
i' - ad County on the first day of
N .vember irext, at which meeting ap
p-catiots fur the position of County
iiispenser bt, Ridgeway will be con
All appliestions for the position must
be on file wili the Board at least ten
days before said date.
J. M. HIGGINS,
S. H. TERRES,
W. M. CURLEE,
10-5-4t Soard of Control F. C.
wht umsinfg hysi an l e I
taenes ateo fThe disntln
sufferr s ran my mpd.
Whine oft cacti c otxnong the
ladoing jz egoS tfogh-t terbleo
thiobs. I abmuty o anyapi
ne ce. Y 4 sesn elyi
Wh e t Co.ar i
IN FALL GOOD
Millinery, Shoes and Cloi
can do best for yourself.
you in quality and price.
cheap and we sell cheap.
Money" is our motto.
Your special attenti(
Dress Goods. We have
also in Silks for Waists an
We have the most
Flannels, Underwear, Hosi
Our millinery room is
We have a large saock of
wlll please you.
One of our greatest i
shoe stock in the county.
shoes of any kind to give u
We have a great attra<
ter. Gvods that sell at on
cents and up. Many thinc
It will pay you to trade wit
The Galdwell L
I AM NC
TO MEET THE DEl\
Consisting in nice Dj
Trimmings, Notions, Hats,
Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, I.
The Low-Price Banne
Seeing is free; it won'a
my immense stock and see
You will not be urged
you what to do.
I have some matchless b
gains this season in nice
The very people who la
the ones these opportunitte
COME AND 1
Goods shown with plea
refunded. Polite attention
IHO1ES MADE CO)
s1.00 to Si
40e. to- 54
Harper's Fly Traps,
J. W. SELILER.
For greasing and bla<
ing the harness at sai
t~ime-also for buggy to]
grease; a fine
For sale by
S NOW READY FOR
J NEED IN DEY GOODS,
hing, you want to buy where you
We believe we can do the best for
We buy in large quantities; we buy
"The Best Goods for the Least
>n is called to our fine stock of
all th'e-new novelties in Patterns;
varied stock of Dme~ t Goods
ery, Gloves, Corsets, etc.
particularly attractive this season
3l new styJes, and fine work that
epartments is the most complete
It will pay you when in need of
- a call.
tion this season in a cheap coun
, cent, two cents, three cents, four
s here that are wonderfully cheap.
h us. Try it.
ry Goods Companys
1ANDS OF A HARD-UP
OFFERING SOME OF
VALU.ES IN FALL
-ess Goods, especially lacks,
Caps, Shoes, Cloth~ing,
ap Robes, Trunks and V
r waves over every depa
:cost you a penny to loo
how much you can get fo
to buy, your .judgmen
ar A full line of Domes
,very owes po
ave the least money to
s mean the most to.
sure. Goods exchanged
Q. D. WILLIFO
I have them at
Also a full line of
licious Crackers an
Jembracing all varieti
,. -Cakes, Pineapple,
Iberry and Strawber
wiches - Brighton,
eCp and Minuet.
Tjgry :theni and
~vinced. They are th
- IVE ME A C
?eL:r in Fancy
ft mrndt' od