WCAO CAL INTELLIGENCE
Saturday, Oetober 15. - 1898
-Sheriff 's sale. See advertisement.
-There will be no seivice in the
A. R. P. Church on Sunday.
-Mr. Henry Q. Davis, of Columbia,
will have charge of the Bear Creek
school in this [county for the coming
session and will take charge of his
new duties in a few days.
-if your cow is threatened with or
suffering from the prevalent contage
ous fever, try a bottle of No. 9383. It
is said to be a specific Price 50 cents
a bottle. For sale by J. J. Obear,
-Rev. Mr. Wilkins who has been
conducting a protractd meeting at
the Baptist Church this week returns
to his home in Batesburg to-day. Mr.
Wilkins has preached twice every day
and the services have been well at
tended and haye no doubt been pro
ductive of much god.
-If the report now current in Co
lumbia, that the 1st regiment is to be
kept in service thirty days longer be
true, the members of that regiment
widi probably be greatly disappointed.
They have been so anxions to be
mustered out and expected very confi
dently that they would have their
freedom after the 28th of October.
-Mr. Q. D. Williford for some time
pabt has been having an amount of
work done on the house that be pur
chased from Mr. T. T. Lumpkin. Re
pairs have been made on both the
interior and exterior of the hense with
the result that the house is now one
-of the prettiest in town. The house is
now being pa;uted and will be ready
for occupancy very soon.
The union services will be held at
the Baptist Church Sunday evening
at 7.30 o'clock.
Bears tho he indYou laveJways Bought
Grand Display of Hats and Bonnets and t
Having been in the business for over
30 years, I am certainly up in the
business; besides having the assistance
of a first class up-to-date milliner,
Miss dchill, of Baltimore, in this de- 3
partment. .Satisfaction guaranteed. (
Give as a call before you decide about
your hat. Mrs. J. 0. B3osg.
Services will be held in the follow
ing churches on Sunday:
Methodist-11 a. mn. by the pastor.
Sunday school at 5 p. mn. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 5 p. m.
Presbyterian-li a. m. by the pas-]
tor. Sunday School at 5 p. m. Prayer I
meeting Wednesday at 5 p. m.
Baptist-l1 a. m. by the pastor.
Sunday School at 10 a. m. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening at 6 o'clock. 1
THE NEW DEPOT.
We learn from a reliable source that .
the new passenger depot is really tot
.be built and that work on it will be
begun soon. The depot will cost
:about $1,800 and is to be very muchA
like the Rock Hill station. The depoti
-will be built on the lower end of the
lot bought by the railroad company,
and as the lot is much higher than the
railroad, steps will lead from the
platform down to the track. Although
a petition was circulated by some of
the citizens requesting that the depot
should not be moved the railroad
company have not changed their
plans, as they feel the need of a new
station, Winnsboro being one of the
few places on this line that has not ai
modern depot. .
MT, ZION INSTITUTE.
Mt. Zion Institute is in a most flour
ishing condition this year and things
are running along very smoothly. This
year there are 1%5 pupils in attendance I
-more than thete were last year-andI
twenty-six of these scholars are from
places cutside of this school district.1
The school has a splendid corps of
teacners, -and the principal, Prof.
Witherow, is working hard for the
good of the school, and the increase
in the attendance this year is the fruits1
of his labors.
On Friday at 1.30 o'clock Rev. J. D.
Crout, of the Mettedist Church, de
livered a lecture to the scholars, which1
was both instructive and entertaining.
Prof. Witherow will make an effort to
h~ive a lectura delivered every Friday.
Some of our pr'>minent men will be
asked to deliver these lectures. The1
parents and friends of the children
should attend these lectures and should
encourage inl every way all efforts to
build up and perfect the institution.
No reports were issued for the first
mo:ith, but wil be given out at the
end of the second month. The honor
roll will also be published.
TH E is - of Me.
GREAT no --
pRENCH! !REM.DY produ:ces the above result
IN in0 days. ' "res .Nerv'oa: DcbilityImpotenc,
nocrd. Fe;::K~ Alem y. Stops all drains and
j'.-'es c~twsed by e::grs of vinth. it wards ofT In.
eiy:nd Consu:m~tion. hung;~ Men regain Man
tod a::d OWd Me r:cove: '. uthaul Vrgor. It
: es gor and s zc t., sort:vk.:n on.ans. and fits
: maln r bsiness ort m-.rria:-. E::siiv carried in
o. e~ ock -:. i'-:ce (* T 6 Boxes $2.5C
mal 1Vin p iJnpc.-L. Th): -1 ba ge., w it b
.itn a ai~ e E ) . - '. A;1 . . Paris
-old only~ by -J. J. OBEAR, Drug
Mr. J. L. Richmond is in Columbia
Miss Lee, of Sumter, returned home
-'I Ut;. )DesPortes is having his
Sheriff J. 0. Ellison returned on
Wednesday fcm a busine s trip to
Miss Sue Gladden, of Mitford, has
been visiting relatives and friends in
Mrs. Qasttebaum, of Columbia,
who haz been visiting her sister Mrs.
B. J. Qaaa-egam, returned home
Messrs. J. E. McDonald, J. G.
McCants, E. B. Ragsdale and W. D.
Douglass, attoraeys, went to Coldumbia
on Friday to attend a meeting of the
State [Executive Committee. Messrs.
McCants and Ragsdale represent
G. W. Moore, and Messrs. Dooglass
and McDonald represent J. L. Lich
mond. The executive Committeeme'
on Friday night. The Morrison
Sanders case of Berkley county came
uip first, then the Ricbmond-Moore
case was taken up.
Beats the Klondike.
Mr. A. C. Thomas, of Marysville,
rex., has found a more valuable dis
:overy than has yet been made in the
Elondike. For years he suffered un
told agony from consumption, accom
panied by hemorrhages; and was ab
solutely cured by- Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
ind Colds. He declares that gold is
)t little value in comparison with this
narvelons cure; would have it, even
f it cost a hundred dollars a bottle.
sthma, Bronchitis and all throat and
ung affections are positively cured by
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
umption. Trial bottles free at Mc
Aister Co.'s Drug Store. Regular
;ize 50 cts. and $1.00. Guaranteed to
aure or price refunded. 2
DEATH OF MISS ESTHER DAVIS.
The sad tidings of the death of Miss
sther Davis, the youngest daughter
f Col. Bunyan Davis, of Killians,
vill be heard with deep regret by the
nany friends of Gol. Davis' family in
Vinnsboro, and the sympathy of the
ommunity goes out to the family in
heir great affiction. We take the t
ollowing from the Columbia State:
Greenville, October 13.-After a lin
ering illness of several weeks, Miss
Psther Davis died this morning at the
ome of her aunt, Mrs. A. B. Sinkler,
n Highland avenue. For the last few
ears Miss Davis had been living in
reenville holding the position of
tenographer for Tbackston, Furman
Co. About two months ago, she
vent to Pelham to taks a similar posi
ion with the cotton mill and while I
here she was taken with fever, being
ater removed to Mrs. Sinkler's home1
Miss Davis was the youngest daugh
er of Dr. Bunyan Davis. Mr. Thomast
r. Davis, of Killians, is her brother, r
iid her only sister is Miss Nancy (
)avis, of this place. The late John I;
'. Davis, of Columbia, was another.~
rother. The family connection in I
Just entering into the bloom ..of life
ith unusual endowments of intellect,
r death falls with peculiar sadness.
pon her- family and friends. She was
most devoted member of the Episco
Fal church and the burial will take
lace to-morrow in .Christ church cemn
tery. In the absence of the rector, the
re. Byron Hlolly, who is in Washing
on, the funeral services will be con
Lucted by the Rev. W. T. Capers, of.
Mr. Thomas F. Davis had been here
luring his sister's sickness, but a few
lays ago was called home on business.
le was summoned back this morning.
frs. John Davis came- from lNew
ork some days ago,-when the illness
>f her sister-in-law was found to be so
-ALBION LOCALS. c
The farmers, 'notwithstanding the 2
liscouragement of a very low price,
re energetically and rapidly gather
g the cotton crop which is opening(
!ery rapidly just now. From present
dications it will ivery nearly all be -e
~athered before 'frost. The tendency
eems to be to gin and sell as fast 'as 1
~athered. The yield this year will be<
uite up to an average.
Owing to the shortness of the corn
md fodder crops the farmers nave
>een paying special attention to the
larveting of peavines and other hays.
rhe cow pea seems to be growing
nore and more in;.favar from year to
rear. It is one of the f~rm .rs' best
White there has been nothing ,tart
.ing or sensational iin our quiet- neigh
orhood, there are several changes
vhich must be chronicled. On Sep
ember 28th Mrs. R. J. Brice and
laughters, Misses Reble and -Jennie,
noved to Rock Hill, where they will
nake their home in the future. The1
~oung ladies have enstered Winthrop.
[t, is needless to state that we re
~retted 3 ery greatly to see them leav
ng us, and will miss them-all very
nch in New [Hope. Our best wishes
~ollow them in their new home.
Our sorrow at the loss of the above
amily was somewha&t comp~ensated by
:he pleasure we had of welcoming to.
2nr midst on the same day the pleasant
amily of Mr. Samuel Bi ice, recently
> Charlotte, N. C. We .hope they
will find life so pleasant! in New Hope
that they will conclude to make it
their permanent home. Mr. Brice,
on account of business engagements,
has not yet joined his fadiIly.
Mr. J. Walkup Douglass has re
u ned to his seminary studies at|
~rinceton. Mr. Douglass, who has
already spent two years in the semi
nary, preached for us scveral times
while at home and made a fine im
pression on all who heard him. :
Mr. J. Lunce Brice has also shaken
the dust of New Hope from his feet;
and gone to Rock Hill to enter into
the mercantile business. We trustI
and believe that there is sufficient at
traction to draw him back to. us oc
casionally. In fact, we bear that he
has already paid New Hope a fiying
visit, coming and going like the thief
in the night The purrpos of this
visit may be inferred from the Jact
that our only informant was a: youbg
lady. "Murder will faut." We wish
him much success in all of his 'underz
Dr. Jno W. Dodalass recently re.
tnrned to his studies in the South
Carolina Medical College. Although
the "Doctor" has spent only one year
in the business there are reports cur
rent of some remarkable curs. he ef
fected Ihis summer-on himself.
Miss Macie Stevenson contemplates
returning soon to her mission work'in
Tampico, Mexico. She intended to
return about the 1st of October, but
was prevented by the prevalence of
yellow fever -in Tampico. We think
it will be altogether unsafe for her to
return for several months yet.
Rumor says that :Miss Eugenia
Douglass will leave soon for Washing
ton, D. C., to take a. course in art
Miss Bessie Simonton leaves soon
to take charge of a school in the Brick
Mr. W. L. Rosborough has charge
of the Albion school.
Mr. W. Leon Rosborough is teach
ing the Grosbyville school.
Miss Martha Callicotte, who has
been spending some time with the
family of Rev. J. E. Johnston, has
returned to her home in .Mississippi.
Send your address to H, E. Backlen
& Co., Chicago, and get a free sample
box of Dr. King's New Life Pills.. A
triaw will convince you of their merits.
rbe.# pills are easy in action and ie
parli -uiarly. effective In the cure of
D iots! ip)tjon and Sick. Headache. For.
MIala ia and Liver troubles they have
ecn proved invaluable. They are
paranteed to be perfectly free from
very.deleterious substance and to be
Durely vegetable. Theyrdo not weaken
y their action, but by:.giving tone to
tomach and bowels greatly invigorate
he system. Regular size 25c. per box.
3ord Iy McMaster Co., Druggists. 2
A STEA MER ON THE JORDAN.
Modern civilization has reached the
iver Jordan-a steamboat now passes.
y the spot where John the Baptist
1welt. About two years ago Superi.r
1achomine, of t*s Cloister of St. John,
near Jericho, made the first- attempt
o: navigate.the biblical river by means
>f a miniature. steamboat. He was
minerifk successful, and last year a
omewhat larger passenger steamer
was bought, which now makes regular
rips on the Jordan from the bridge
iear Jericho to the fsouthern end of
be Dead sea. As well may be im
gined, this steamer, bearing the name
if Prodromus, is a great acquisition.
B tThse Kind You HaM AWrs Bot
For Over ilfty Years.
MES. WNSLOW's SOOTHING STRUP
Las been .used .Xor over fifty years by
illionsof mothiers for their children
rhile teething, with perfect success.
i soothes the child, softens the gumns,
lays all pain, cures wind colic, and is
e best ren.edy for diarrhana. It will
lieve the poor little sufferer imme
iately. Sold by druggists in every
art of the-world. Twenty-five cents
hottle..- Be sure and ask for. "Mrs
finslo~t' Soothing Syrup," and take
-oether kind. 5-26txly
.For Infants and Children.
[e Kind You lave Aiwasi Bought
POSIT RIE, ..pcle of intmn n wo
:xes of Oiutment. -A nieverfailing cure for Piles
(every nature and degree. It makes anoperation
ith the t'nife, which as panful, and often resulhs
des. ue ec- Writte4USa nte ha eac
BI e.' No Cure, No Pay. Soc.and $x a box, 6 for
.Sent by mail. Samples free
OfITMprT, 25.. and 50Oe.
reat LIVER and STOMACH REGULATORand
LOOD PURIFIER.--.Small, mild and pleasant
take: especially adapted for chUdren's use. 50
oses 25 cents. --
FR EE.-Avial of these famous little Pellets will
e ven with a $x box or more of Pile Cure.
Noc-TTHE GENUUNE FRESHl JAPANhsE 'L
da for sale only by-.
J. J. OBEAR,.Druggist,
Winnsboro, S. C.*
ONE 8x12 PORTABLE TITAN
REGINE on wheels, 15 horse power.
er terms, apply to
A. S. & W. D. DOUGL ASS. .
816tf Attorneys, Winsboro, 8. C.
MONEY TO LOAN.
On farming landa. Easy payments4
i commissions charged. Borrower
s actual cost of perfecting loans
nterest 8 per cent.
JOHN B. PALMER & SON,
Colutnbia, S. C.,
or A. S. & W. D. DOUGLASS,
104 Winnaboro, S. C.
HEAD QUTAR TERS
OPE THE YER ROURD
PATTERN H ATS and BONNETS
f the the latest designs. A complete
e of-Misses', Children's and Infants'
Daps. Walking Hats and Sailor's in
1l the new styles.
My Milliner is considered one of the
est in town, ansl our work gives per
Thaking my cashmers for past
..tronage, I solicit a continuance of
MRS. A. L. McCARLEY.
BY VIRTUE OF EXECUTIONE
to me directed, I have levied uon an
will sell before the Court House it
Winnsboro, S. 0., to the highest casi
bidder, on the FIRST MONDAY 0
XOVEMBER, the following described
tracts of land, containing One Hun.
dred and Thirty (130) Acres, and
bounded north by lands of W. M.
Hood; east by lands of J. E. Flanigan;
south by T. .W. Sligh; west by E H.
Heins and.Emma Stewart.
Also One Hundred and Thirty (130)
Acres, bounded north by lands of
Lewis Sharpe and estate of E. A. Ken
nedy; east by lands of Adolphus Kelly
and estate of E. A. Kennedy; south
by estate of Thomas Sessions, de
ceased, and estate of E. A. Kennedy;
west byPF. H. Flanigan.
Levied - upon as the proerty ol
P. H. and J.'E. '* ,at esuit of
A. F. REf and A. F.Vfi u Co.
R. E. ELLISON, S. C.
Winusboro, S. C., Oct. 14,1898.
ENGLISH BREAKFAST BACON.
SUGAR CURED HAMS.
Pickic of all kinds in bottles and
bulk,. Sauces, Catsups and Relishes,
White,A4pple and Pickling Vinegar
-.gs farished. Asked for saraple
tiles ston Beans in tomauo sauce.
They are ine.
New line Fresh Cakes and Crackers
Everything to tempt the appetite.
F. M. HABENICHT.
Said to be a
T ULIPS, Double.
* POLYANT HUS.
of the United States.
The management of the
OEquitable ife Assurance Society
in this territy is desirous of seenr
ing the service of a man of char.
acte ad ability to reresentit
quarters. The right man will be
.thoroughly educated in the science
@ oflifeinsurance and the art of
Ssuccessful soliciting. There is no
business or profession not re
* quiring capital which is more re
Wmunerative than a life agency
Scon~ducted with energy and abil
5ity. Correspondence with men
O h esire to secure permanent
emp~nhlyment and are ambitious to
attain prominence in the profes
W.o is i id ODOEY, Mgr.,
3-19.3mi Rock Hill,S.C.
OUR PREPARATIONS FOR 2
thorough and our stock is now ready for
The fact that low price cotton makes mo
to render good service by showing a gre
reached with cheap cotton.
We call the ladies special attention
to our fne stock of seasonable Dress
Goods, Novelties in plain and figured
Venetians, mixed efects in Silk and
Wool, a great variety of Coloriagi.
Cotton Gods have never heen a cheap
as now. We have a full stock of all
Staple Cotton Goods, with great varie
ty in colors of Prints, Perales, etc.
Our fall stock is the most complete,
newest, and most stylish we have ever
shown. We can fournish you tW best
work and up-to-date goods at prive3 to
- We are bustling for trade and will
you ad save you money. . The best gooi
----GIVE US I
I AM NOW PREPAREI
Fall and Wintei
And everything kept in a
mense stock to select from,
the lowest. Give me a look
that I am up to date.
Q. D. WI
TOBECLOSED OUT. CO
MEN'S SUITS, WORTH $10.00, at
MEN'S SUITS, WORTH S'7.
MEN'S SUITS, WOR
Now is your tims to buy CLOTH
ONE [email protected] SOUTE
Yellow and Black Front.
The next session begins September 20
papil is required to pay an entrance fee
TU .o-SchOlars in the Graded Sch
exzept in oases where they take up extra
One extra, 7b sents per month; two extr
Literary course, 75 cents per
hash higher sourse inelade all that pr
T nd if -he sholars of this seh<
ther utanding i the higher .olldges, is t
WFor further partfealars address,
OUR FALL NEEDS HAS BEEN
your inspection-NEW and BRIGHT.
3ey scarce, spns us to greater efforts
t variety and at prices that can be
We have taken more than usual care
o have cur shoe stock complete and of
he best. Try as for any style shoe
Fop want; we will show you good
goods at low prices.
We have some good values in
Men's and Boys', cheap.
A fine line of Neckwear. Gents'
lats in all styles-new shapes in stiff
,d soft hats-prices low. Gents'
5hirts, Collars and Cufis.
supply your wants in a way to please
Is at lowest prices is our aim.
L CALL.- --
) TO SHOW YOU A
ENT. I have an im
and my prices are always
:and I will convince you
ME EARLY WHILE IT
50, at $5.00.
lH $5.00, at $3.00.
WORTH $3.00, at $1.75.
EN'S SUITS FROM 50c. UP.
ING cheaper than cotton ak
IY GOODS 003
G. A. WHITE'S..
- - Main Street.
RCA S. C.
1897, and enids June 24, 1898. Each
of 50 cents to meet continigent eK
ool are not required to pay tuition,
studies in the COllegiate Department.
e, $1.00 per month.
assical course, 61.50 per month.
ecede. Good b, ~r '- t-anh be obtained
o at competitive examinations, and
be best guarantee of its eioincy.
IT HEROW, Prinoipat
Artistic Lines of
New Rich Patterns in
AMERICAN - CUT G GLAM
LATEST EFFECT IN
They are BEAUTIFUL in de
sign, BBILLIANT in finish, and
MODERATE in price. Their
popularity is attested by the fact
that we can point out well-posted
customers from 4 counties.
These goods are especially se
lected for Bifthday and Wedding
IIe EikND 'TII Mielr,
CHESTER, S. C.
Taxes will be due and payable from
the 15th day of October to the 81st
day of December, 1898.
The tax levy for State purposes is
5 mills; for ordinary county purposes
4 mills; for past indebtedness 1 mill;
for school purposes 3 mills; making a
total levy of 13 mills on tte tixable
property of this connty. There is in
addition to the foregoinz. i special tax
for school purposes - 1 2 mills ia No.1,
No. 14, No. 17, No. is and No. 25,
making a total of 15 mills in those
school districts, and a special school
tax of 1 mill in No. 19, makiog a total
of 14 mills in it.
There is also a tax of one dollar on
each male citizen between the ages of
21 and 60 years, except those who are
disabled or are made exempt by law.
Taxes are payable (in the following
kinds of funds and no other: Gold
and silver coin, United States cur
rency, national nank notes and cou
pons, which shall :.become due and
payable during the year 1898 on the
consolidated bonds known as "Brown".
bonds and the bonds of thjis State
known as "Blue" bonds, and any
other State bends which may be issued
by authority of an Act of the General
Assembly, the coupons of which are
by such Act made receivable-for taxes.
It may not be amiss to remind the
tax paiers that when the time for
collecting taxes without penalty closes,
the present iii'e mbent will surrender
the office to b.q successor and that
neither ime no; his successor can aid
those who at:.ut up to date in paying
their taxes, Ad to suggest that the
rsh begins a.. -arly as the .15th No
sember, ins-~ of as hereofore on
the 15th Den 'ier.
2 ? YNE McMEEKIN,
Winnsooro, C., 6 Oct., 1898.
THE MOST MODERN SEWING
MACHINE OF THE AGE, EM
BRACLNG ALL OF THE
Range of Work,
Old Sewing Machines taken in ex
Dealers wanted in unoccupied terri
ry'. Correspondence solicited.
J. II. DERBYSHIRE,
EBEL BUILDING, RICHMOND, VA
IN AL.,L !TS DEPARTMENEs,
with a fall -:.k of Caska., Burial
Cases and Coiis, constantly on hanad,
and use of bhase when requested.
Thankfs' for past patronsge and sobeci
tation for a share in the int u'm, in the -
ICalls atter~dex to a: all honre.
THE ELLIOTT GIN SHOP,
J. C1, ELLIOTiT & 00.
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