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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE
Tuesday, October 17, - - 189E
LOCAL BRIEYS.
-See Supervisor's report.
-Read letters of administration.
-Read report of the Bank of Ridge
way.
-A plantation for sale near Monti
cello. See ad.
-Mr. T. A. Davis, of Newton, N
C., has been chosen to fill the positior
of superintendent of the Fairfield Cot,
ton Mills made vacant by the resig
nation of Mr. Shipp. Mr. Davis wil:
not move his family here for severa:
months.
Millions of dollars, is the valut
placed by Mrs. Mary Bird, Harrisburg,
Pa., on the life of her child, which
she saved from croup by the use o1
One Minute Cough Cure. It cures all
coughs, colds and throat and lung
troubles. McMaster Co.
-An inspector of the long distance
telephone was in town on Friday.
The long distance phone here has beer
giving some trouble and has not beeE
working satisfactorily, and the in.
spector came up from Columbia tc
find out the trouble and have it reme.
died.
-Sheriff Ellison left on Monday for
Greenville. He goes to appear before
the United States District Court,which
convenes to-day. The case in which
Mr. Ellison figures is the railroad case
which has been pending for about three
years. Mr. Jno. C. P. Williams, ol
Ridgeway, will appear before this
court on the charge of defrauding
negroes of pensions.
"It did me more good than anything
I ever used. My dyspepsia was of
months' standing; after eating it was
terrible. Now I am well," writes S.
B. Keener, Holsington. Kas , of Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what you
eat. McMaster Co.
-With the coming of fall, the foot
ball players have resumed their prac-.
tice on the college green. The boys
have not yet perfected themselves in
the science of football, but after a
few more weeks of coaching and hard
practice they will probably challenge
I- y e and we ma yet
e other friends. The children <
the spinning roor presented him wil
a Masonic scarf pin and a handson
gold ring with a ruby setting. Thei
gifts were tokens of high esteem
which Mr. Shipp was held by ti
operatives and others connected wil
the mill, and were greatly appreciatE
by him. Upon receiving* the gift
which were presented by Mr. E.1~
Gantt, Mr. Shipp expressed his grat
tude in a gracefei little speech. M
Shipp has held the position of superi:
tendent of this mill for two years, a!
when he leaves will carry with hi
the friendship of many.
"If you scour tf~e world you wi
never find a remedy equal to 01
Minute Cough Cure," says EditA
Fackler, of the Micanopy, Fla
"Hustler." It cured his family c
LaGrippe and saves thousands froi
pneumonia, bronchitis, croup and a
throat and lung troubles. McMasti
Co.
THE WATER SUPPLY.-The follo1
ngis the report of the policeman c
the water supply measurements take
en Monday morning:
Cistern;. Capacity. ft. il
Court-house..17 12
Depot........16 7 8
Elliott's ...... ..11 3 9
Neil's...... ....17 7 15
Miller's........8. 8 4
Phillips',......11 5 6 4
Crnnmings'...17 8 17
College... .15313 :
Smart's........16 6 15
Bea ?. AThe Kind Yos Have Always Boui
of
An Opportunity.
If you desire to take a course in ti
Charlotte Commercial School, it w
pay you to call at this office.
Mimlons Given Away.
It is certainly gratifying to the pu
lic to know of one concern in the lai
who are not afraid to be generous
the needy and suffering. The propri
tors of Dr. King's New Discovery f
Consumption, Coughs and Colds, ha
given away over ten million trial b<
Eles of ths great medicine; and ha
the satisfaction of knowing it has a
solutely cured thousands of hopelE
cases. Asthma, Brohchitis, Hear:
ness and all diseases of the Thro:
Chest and Lungs are sured by it. C
on McMaster Co , druggists, and ge
trial bottle free. Reguiar size 50c. a
$1. Every bettle guaranteed, or pr
- enided.
Grim~ean -4ezA inivariably leave
thIz iogb For
uiougSyrup
is gllbily. reThide won
e rm telief ab VC
conquers the W5rstoUghovergh
and soon effects cure.
coucuRUP
Cures Grippe ingenza
Doses are small avd p2sUtt ctr
recommcud it. ic cts. AtIdru .
Gone to Manila.
Lient. T. S, Moorman who visited
relatives in Winusboro last summer,
and who is pleasantly remembered by
many, has sailed for Manila. The
State says of him:
A letter received by the family of
Lient Thomas S Moorman of this city
stated that his regiment, [the Twenty
ninth infantry, U S V, expected to
sail from San Francisco for the Philip
pine islands October 5. It is, there
fore, thought that the young.Columbia
army officer is now sailing across the
PacifIn to the front. His next letter
home will be awaited with much inte
est.
President King, Farmer's Bank,
Brooklyn, Mich., has used DeWitt's
Little Early Risers in his family for
years. Says they are the best.- These
famous little pills care constipation,
billiousness and all *iver and bowel
troubles. McMaster Jo.
COMING AND GNO1G
Mr. E. B. Rsgsdale spent Sunday
in Columbia.
Dr. David Aiken left on Saturday
for Washington, D. C.
Mr. E. G. Seruggs, of Chester,
spent Sunday with his family.
Miss Lida Neil has gone to Monti
cello to take charge of a school.
EMiss Jennie Thomas, of Ridgeway,
left last week for El Paso, Texas.
Mr. Chas. Gooding, of Macon, Ga.,
spent Sunday in town with relatives.
Mrs. W. H. Ruff and children were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jas Q.
Davis last week.
Mrs. M. A. Gaillard, returned to
her home in Columbis after visiting
la wn.
s
Aons,
Pile
.Cure
ter Co.
SABI CONFER
ENCE.
man's Missionary Confer
Se Columbia District met in
fthe Methodist Church Friday evening
at 8 o'clock. The address of welcome
Lwas delivered by Miss Jessie Jennings.
STwo meetings were held on Saturday
and two on Sunday, and at all of these
~meetings afidresses were made by the
hvisiting ladies, and questions of inter*
est and importance connected with
,woman's work were discussed.
rMrs. Wightman, president of the
~-Woman's Missionsry Society of the
.M. E. Church, South, was present at
this conference; and also Mrs. Hum
bert, corresponding Eecretary of thc
society. A number of delegates from
1churches in this district were present
and all were entertained by the ladies
rof the Methodis Church.
On Sunday night the president,
Mrs. Wightman, addressed a large and
Interested audience upon the subj.ct
of woman's part in mission work. Shie
spoke of the wonderful growth of this
!*work during the ;past fifty years, and
of the timid way in which the werk
was begun by a Southern woman. -In
order to show the large scale upon
~which the woman's missionary society
of the Southern M. E. Church worke,
she told of the training school for mis
sionary ln Kansas City. In this insti
tution women are fitted,. in every way
for the great work they expect to
undertake, and the societies *of the
different churches contribute to the
support of its women who are in
training. Her words when she plead
the cause of missions came from her
heart, and all who heard her were
stirred by her enthusiasm and evident
love of the work she has in charge.
.The ladies left on Monday morning
for Sumter, where a conference will
ebe held.
II Brave ln Fall
Victims to stomach, liver and ridney
troubles as well as women, and all feel
the results in loss of appetite, poisor
Sin the blood, backache, nervousness,
dheadache and tired, libtless, run-dowi
ofeling. But there's no need to feel
Slike that. Listen to J. W. Gardner.
rIdaville, Ind. He says: "Electri<
eBitters are just the thing for a mar
-. when he is all run down, and dot'
ecare whether he lives or dies. It dis
b- more to give me new strength anc
S good appetite than anything I conit
- take. I can now eat anything anc
'have a new lease on life." Only 5I
cents, at McMaster Co.'s drug store
Every bottle guaranteed.
A FRICANA wi eure ConstIpation and
1s..ama..Mu Lter Me1ielne. Tty tt
PRESTON RIO N,'Ageni
PAC1FIC FIE INSURANCE! COAHY
OF NEW YORK.
Solicits a share of the public patron
age.
9-26 1y
UPPER LONGTOWN NEWS.
A series of meetings are being helk
at the chapel, Rev J L Freeman is con
ducting them. There is considerabli
interest being manifested in the meet
ing.. We sincerely hope and trust tha
much good will result from the earnes
efforts being put forth for the further
ance of God's kingdom.
Mrs Barrett, of Braidentown, Fla
who has been out on an extended visil
to her father, Mr S McCormick, re
turned home last Saturday.
Miss Hallie McCormick returnee
home with her sister Mrs Barrett,
She will in all probability spend the
winter in Florida.
Mr Lee Robertson, of Winnsboro,
spent Tuesday right at Mr S L Dixons.
Mr L T Wilds, of Columbia, was in
Longtown dnring the past week look
ing after his business interests here.
The farmers have commenced sow
ing grain.- The excessive rains of last
week, however, retarded them some
what in their work. We had a heavy
thut.der storm last Saturday. Indeed
it wi' one of the heaviest of the sea
son. It commenced about 10 a m and
contzued until after night fall The
reii.hl was very heavy.
October14, '99. E H D.
For Over Fifty Years.
Mns. WInSLOW'S SoOTHING STaur
has been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the gums,
Clays all pain, eures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. It
will relieve the poor little sufferer
mmediately.. Sold, by druggists in
very part of the world. . Twenty-five
ents a bottle. - Be sure. and.- ask for
'Mrs. Winslow's Soothing - Syrup,"
ond take no other kind. 1-1-17
ROCKTON DOTS.
Misses Sallie Woodward is visiting
t Maj. T. W. Woodward's.
Mrs. Ulmer is visiting her brother,
r. Till, at Rockton.
Miss Alma Whitlock has retarned to
home in Atla
summer with friends i
Sha carries with her the hest-win
of her many friends, Seldom.
October 16, 1899.
Working Night and Day
I'he busiest and inightiest little thin
that ever was made is Dr. King's Ne'
Life Pills. Every pill is a sugar-cs
ed globule of health, that chanig
weakness into strength,- listlessnei
into energy, brain-frg into menti
power. They're wonderful in buiki
ing up the health. Only 25c. per bo:
Sold by.McMaster Co., druggists.
Bearsthe he Kind You Have Always Boug
Signature
of
Eat plenty, Kodol Dyspepsia.Cm
wiil digest what you eat. It (ures a
forma of dyspepsia and stomav'bigru'
bles. E. B. Gamble, Vernon, Texa
says, "It relieved me from the stal
and cured me. It is now my everlas
ing friend." McMaster Co.
The "Plow Boy Preacher," Rev.'
Kirkman, Belle Rive, Ill., say
"After suffering from Bronchial<
le~g trouble for ten years, I was cure
by One Minute Cough Cure. It is a
that is claimed for it and more."]
cores coughs, colds, grippe and a
throat and 'lung troubles. McMasti
Co.
"When our boys were almost dea
from whooping cough, our doct<
gave One Minute Cough Cure. The
recovered rapidly," writes P. ]
Belles, Argyle, Pa. It cures ccughi
clds, grippe and all throat eLud In
troables. McMaster Co.
(FOR SALE
A FINE PLANTATION AT
MONTICELLO.
For terms, address
FARERS AI{1 IECHNICS BhLK
Columbia, S. C.
Letters of Administratior
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAInFIELD.
By S. R. JOHNST O.,Esq., Judgerrobas
r HIEREAS, R. H. Jenigs, Clerk
TVCourt, hath made suit to me
grant him letters of administration
the estate and effects of John H. Clam
deceased:
These are, therefore, to cite and admo:
ish all and singular the kindred al
creditors of the said John B. Clamp, c
ceased, that they be and appear befo
-me, in the Court of Probate, to be held
Fairfield Court House, S. C., on the 25
day of November next) after publichti
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
show, cause, if any they have, wytl
said adninistration shouldInotberft
Giveni under my hand, this 16t day
October, A. D. 1899...JONT .
10-17-6 Judge of Probate.
FiAAwelcmeRhmnat52U 81
Third Quarterly Report of
GRIDEWAY, S. C.,
At close -f business September 30,189
RESOURCES.
.oansn... ................. $31,7 32 8
Iterest accrued......... 575 0
Bonds, town of Ridgeway,
7 per.ent.............. 2,8000
- Furniture and fixtures ..... 240 8
: Cash in vault and other
banks ............10,044 6
Bank and lodge building.... 2,258 6
Total........... $47,652 04
LIABILITIES.
Crpital...............$25,000 0(
Undivided profits, net. .. 1,492 39
Individual deposits.... .... 9,990 7(
Bills payable............... 11,168 SC
Total..................$47,652 06
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Fairfield,
Personally appeirs before me N. W,
Palmer, Cashier of the Bank of Ridge
way, and makes oath that the above
statement is true to the best of his
knowledge and belief.
N. W. PALMER, Cashier.
Sworn to and subseribed before me
this 1Oth.October, 1899.
[L. s.]. J. B. BOYD, Notary Public.
Attest Correct:
W. H. RUFF,
I: C. TkoxAs,
CHAS. P. WRAT,
10-17 Directors.
REPOBT OF
CowOl SellerIsor.
-CLAIMs AFPROvED AND DISAPPRovED
AT TH3. LAST. MEETING OF THE
BoAnn F: COUNTT COMKLsS
IONEE'HEL) 00T. 2, 1899.
The follpWing claims wets examined
and approved on State Case Fund of
1899:
No. Amount.
725 R E Ellson, sheriff, $ 3280
-726- Jas-G Hyllis, 200
727 S R Johnston, 15000
728 John D:Blair, 1250
729'-Jno C-Buchanan, 500
730 Jno C Buchanan, 500
731 T M Cathcart, 3760
732 Jno L Ratteree, 1250
733 Jas GBolli3, 12 5r
734 John Hollis, 12 50
735 A E Davis, 200
736 Jas L Richmond, 100 00
737 R R Jeffares, 380
738 B G Tennant, 162.50
W G Smith, 1250
John Hollis, 850
well, sheriff, 4 30
son, 1250
8.50
enson, 1250
lass, claim
5 00
1250
7
762 T.E iar,
763 John G Wolling,
764 McMteter Co,
765 R T Qinder, 1682
g766 'ChW'M.ROlinto~k, 18 Z
S767 H-Y t'4rner, 3 (
763 Ii K u reer, 7 E
s 769.T W 'she;dd, . 2]J
'7701 S k.lerron, 90 4
771 D'SBrud6ri, 2 2
772 W MGladden, 30E(
S773 B S Spence, 4 t
774 J H Stewart, 1 5
775 WB H.a,3
77( rMhn Wishart, S E
777 Jo~hn T Wylie, 2 5
188 iReuben.Rlosborough, 231
7:9 G W Jenikins, 3
780 RY Ulo vuey, 21
-e 781 Joe A Stewart, 4
!I 782 E WParkrSonf, 1412
1- 788 George1Moore,24
6 784 W J Cowniey, 11 i
et 785 T H Fry, 1
t- 786 S HMorgan, 13 (
787 A DHod, 28 4
788 R W Herron, 8 C
1. 889 Mack Means,6
1, 790 S C Broom,
er 791 W ATrapp, 1 4
d 792 L Landecker, 13 i
1 793 E WParker 'ASon, 14 i
[tThe following claims were examnine
Sand approved on Poor House fund 4
r 1igg:
.\o. ' Amoun
d 794 J HBrooin,$
r 795 H F Hoover, 60 2
y 796 J P Isenhower, 10
. 797 T J Mc~eekin, 1
3, 798 T GCameron, 182
g 799 A J Hinnant,1
*800 McMaster Co, 413
. 801lPOCBroomi,44
802 Sale Ketchin,4
. 0 asel McClintock, 7 4
$ .,04 Jno C Buchanan, 2 ~
805 C D Chappll, 7 (
The following claims were examine
an eppyed on Public Building fun
Sof 1899.
No. Amounn
706 William Mack, $ 4 (
707 W EAiken,5
S708 McMaster Co, 82 i
F 709 R H Jennings,81
710 S RJonton, .
t 711 Tom Goode, 2 5
I do certify that the above statemel
is a correct copy of claims approve
cid disappro'ed at the last meetin
of the County Board held on the 20
day of October, 1099.
oB. G.TENNANT,
S10-17 County Supevisor F. C.
1 UNDERTAKING
re IN ALL ITS DEPARTMENr
at with a full stock of Caskets, Burl
L Cases and Coffins, constantly on hani
n and. use' of hease when requeste
2 Thankful for past uaronage and solic
d. tation for a share in ,e future, in ti
of old stand
Calls attended to atlall hours.
- THE EmlJ0TT fIN SHOP,
J.Mr7a IT 'Io ' a 0o.
ZNEW '
IN FALL GOODS
YOUR IN
)
WHATEVER YOU
Millinery, Shoes and Clothi
can do best for yourself. W
you in quality and price. W
cheap and we sell cheap.
Money" is our motto.
Your' special attention
Dress Goods. We have all
also in Silks for Waists and
We have the most vo
Flannels, Underwear, Hosier
MILL)
Our millinery room is pa
We have a large slock of all
will please. you.
SH
One of our greatest dep
shoe stock in the courty. It
shoes of any kind to give us a
We have a great attracti<
ter. Gvods that sell at one c
cents and up. Many things I
It will pay you to trade with u
'The Caldwell Dr,
I AM NO)
TO MEET THE DEMA
COMMUNITY IN 0
THE GRANDEST
AND WIN
Consisting in nice Dress
Trimmings, Notions, Hats, Ca
M; s, Rugs, Lap
anner w
't co
0 hoy
0g Goods s
o refunded. Polite atten -
7
3
S
o RECEIVING DAILY,
5
5
4 FEY TABLE SYRUJPS, CUYBA
8 Cane, Golden Glory, Honey Dri
2 Orange, Diamond, New Orleans ai
5 Porto Rieo.
SNew Cream Cheese. Dried Appl
o --S lbs. for 25c.
5Full line Canned Goods. Tomato
6 qs. cans 25c.
~f Cadahy Picnic and Boneless liar
Stmoked Bacon always on hand.
8 Coffees and Teas of the finest gqali
9 Mnansen's Superior Pickles; al
2 loose Pickles at 8 1-3c per dozen.
2Potatoes, Onions and Cabbage.
5 All grades of Tobacco, Cigara, Cig.
0ettes, etc.
5 Grocery buyers will find it to th:
5 advantage to call on us. Our goc
0 are fresh. Prices low.
SJs D. MCAREY & CO
8
t
SHarness Oil
d
For greasing and blac
ing the harness at sar
- time-also for buggy toj
-AND
'Flake Oil"
or Castrolene, for as
1. grease; a fine oil for t]
purpose.
For sale by
W. E. Aikeri
Dardtgist.
[RHINGS
NOW READY FOR
SPECTION.
NEED IN DEY GOODS,
ng, you want to buy where you,
e believe we can do the best for
N buy in large quantities; we buy
rhe Best Goods for the Least
is called to our fine stock of
the new novelties in Patterns;
rrimmings.
ried stock of Domestic Goods,
7, Gloves, Corsets, etc.
NERY
rticularly attractive this season
new styles, and fine work that
OES
artments is the most complete
will pay you when in need of
call.
)n this seasoa in a cheap coun
ent, two cents, three cents, four
iere that are wonderfully cheap.
s. Try it.
{ oods ompany1
Vk EIADY
NDS OF A HARD-UP V
FFER1NG SOME OF
VALUES IN FALL
'ER GOODS.
Goods, especially in la S:
ps, Shoes, Clothing, Blankets,*
Robe:-, Trunks and Valises.
aves over every department in
st you a penny to look through
7r much you can get for so little
.Know
adI have them at 5C. per
eso ae full line of most de
jlicious Crackers and Cakes,
"embracing all varieties.
SCrackers, Banquet Wafers,
I Salted Banquets,Butter Thins.
Cakes, Pineapple, Rasp
'berry and Strawberry-Sand
tso wiches -- Brighton, Windsor
and Minuet.
Lemons, Vanilla and Gin
ir ger.
~ Try them and be con
ar vinced. They are the BEST.
GIVE ME A CALL.
J. S. McCarley,
Dealer in Fancy Grocerie
and Baker's Bread.
Dyspepsia Curs
Digests what you eat.
Nature in stregthenng id~o
:le jstng ~e ehutd.itv
de ant and tonic. No o
canppracitie . LH'
taecSour Stomach, IiM
SlekHeadache,Gs ,Crall
&Pnpared byE.C Deit aCo.. C00cg
REMEMBER'
*+We Have.**
Irish Potatoes and
Onions for the
table.
Rye, Crimson Clo
ver, Turnip and
other seeds.
Johnson's, Groves,
Morgan's and Chil
larine Chill Tonic
OMES MADE COM
FORTABLE
BY BUYING
Screen Doors
and
Windows,
loers,9 complete,
$1.00 to$1.e
Vindows, adjustable,
40c. to 500.
[arper's Fly Traps,
15 tmm..
J. W. SEIGLER.
Deerin
WE HAVE THEM IN
FB
In digcestior~
Dcjgspcepsia,
TRY
A.;BOX
OF.
DbSPQP.
STable
PHARMAOIsT.
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