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W?dn?s4iy, March 14, - - 1900
?Ses Cltirk'f tale elsewhere.
-*Mr 3lc?ride Smith it quite ?ick
at hi* homo.
?Bead Mr. R. T. Bray's anaeanceatat
?See nomination of jiio. R. Craig
for Cierk of Court.
f| ? Mil* Lucy Matthewi has been
very tick at her home on Waabiiyon
stmt ijr iiereral weeks Sbe wm
opor'ed souse bettor Monday.
Ms?. Harriet Brans, III.,
writes, "I neter f?il 10 reji^ve my
eniUire* from croup at once b> using;
Oav jJis?;e Cooxh Care. I would
u#t fest *afe without it" Quickly
cur/* * 0U?b4, colds, grippe *ad all
throat aid iunf diseases. McMatte Co.
?XM nanny friends of Capt aid
Mrs. If. D. Gaillard, of Washington,
will - fgret to bear of tbe serious illnew
mx taeir son, Pierre. It is feared
(he lir'i 1 fellow has diphtheria.
?W R Doty & Co. hare bought
tbe >> d Beaty baildinj. Tbe price
paid $S,10C Tbe reporter hears
this viable property will be impror?j
and maue an ornaaent to our
*j;r, 2f?w?rk, 0.f says, "We
D*r*r .eel safe without One" lliente
Coijr ~urr ii^thf hodse It saved
my iiboy'? lite wben he had tbe
paeu?r ?>i*. We think itistbebe?t
iaedk:.e wide." It car*s coujht aad
all iutv cire*sc*. Pic???nt tc -ake,
ham.'* -aiu 6iTes immediate r*?ult?.
MclAx* er (;e.
??x.-President Cleveland passed
v throajrfc Winusboro Wednesday moraing
g''ing toath. Had his admirers
hert known of this it is qaite probable
a c owd would have met hla at
thd detot. J
3Jr James P. Caldwell left Friday
afUruo in for tbe North to buy his
newsprint stock. Mrs. M. ii.Kosg
will help select his millinery. This is
nirftof that Winnsboro will hefhor
ongh " ip-t?-date" in thai line.
The On? Day Cold Cur*.
For cold ia lie head sad sore throat use ItrmKX'9
CbocolatM Irxxatire Otdaia*, tho " Oft*
?Mr. Larson, the efficient and
popular night operator, expects to
leave inasboro toon for Bock Hill,
and Mr Mason, of that place, will
take bit- p?*ceihere. Mr. Peterson has.
made many friends here who will
dislike to see him leave. j
___ ?Do yon like to get letters? If so,
read Jno. H. MeMaster and Co.'s advertisement,
and they will tell yon
how to please yonr friends. When
yon write letters good paper and extra
good tjritiog is very important. 12
yon want good paper call on John H.
McMasier & Co.
"I used JEodol Dyspepsia Care in
my fsm I* with wonderfal resolts. It
gires Immediate relief, is pleasant to
take and it truly the dyspeptic's best
" * u~-. ;?V rVco,.;.*! 1
incnu, uji a. aaticvti4i?> vist?*>i
Uicfc. Digests what roa wit. Can*
not fail to care. McMaster Co.
?-ReprescutttiTe Wilson, of South
Careii"*. hts introduced in th? home
a bill for the relief of tbe estate of
J-.-ha G. Brice, late a resideat of tbe i
county ot F*k&e'&. He ha* presented j
With 'be bill a petition from W. Watt '
Bnce, a s?n of the deceased claimant j
f as executor for the estate. a?k'.Bg for j
the pasftge of tbe bill bjr congress. |
Tbe clsiva inrolvw a war claim growfffyg
oat ei the lat* civil war, and has
I teen referred to tbe committee on
The One Day CoW Cure.
aC*r&ott'? Chacolfttca lAXitir* Qttimiae f?t i
ttld is the head tad aore throat. Chtfdrta talc?
?Tn<s citadel boys are anxioos to
come to Winnshoro to see the eclipse
of the ix provided tbe citizens can
ofer t:.em oofficient barracks. Tins
hotfd ?:rt the Boro people great
plessart to have the boys with at and
erer**tn?}g possible should be dens to
bring ih?5 boys here Let's try to get
redacid rates over the railroads in
-order i.? *thars. Superintendent
Hcldahx.i will tkrow open his capacious
residence to a Bomber of his
friead> -?co are interested^ astronomy.
W by not others?
Cure Oe!d In Head.
XtrmV* CfeocoUtes Zxrstrv* Qaiaia*, may'
loUtetmd ^^act* mot Jlii* hmA uU Mr*
?A c ?t belonging to Mrs. Ann
Elliott L>ad an adventurous spurt* and
apparentlj deiigb s iu performing difficult
fe at least on^ W"a*dja?ige
10 froi- its last advet:ir.rti. It was
wander nu cn the track or the SoHthfc
era Bail**ay on Saturday night, feeling
dooi.tless "lord of all it ?ur?^
?? e wet.
OJTCWj 'Viifa XV TV mm vuu?VU1J w
ensd fri a its bright dro&c by the
north-b? and "bob-tail flyer." The
cow an - the train f?i into a violent
altercati- a orer the proprietorship of
i* the track; ihs eigioe appears to hare
fotten the best of tbe fracas. The
cow war thrown from the tract, bat
BXtt COTTOX TSAXSACTlOXa.
^ Mr. W H. Fienniken baa returned
, from a cotton burin? trip. While abreent
he bought and p&id for $95,900
worth of cottoa. He reports that the
only cotton be lefc over there are a
few lots being held for 10 cts.
DIED OF KEAKT SI8XASZ.
p jJf^Chr.stopber S. Brice, Senior,
died at ius heme in the New Hope
seciio- ou Sflfldav. He la^bee* conw-i
**aa?k ;AV?ral rba^Itc tvifK
^ bu ulvil.)
htrri di^ea^e aod his deith was ?x'
pected at any moment.
Mr. iiiice ras one of Fairfield's
Babe-t citizens. He was a fcuccessfol
HBBF bn?'t y?# it. .n, xnd *i?j >yed she onfidence
of his .'riendi and neighbor?,
flp ac>oat 71 years of a*e, and
^ leavc? wmo child, Mrs Morri?f of
MaCi>.'t Gt, sutvivin* bine. The
f*ner?; er*ice? were held ai New
Hopj i t. Uouday.
A. t atal accident.
. On S* t;rda> night about 9 3d o'clsKtk
r a lata! ?. .ideat occurred oo tb? Southern
R i at, uear Adger's, about tour
1 miles n?rfh of Winnabcre. The
nortb ? wd vestibule collided witb a
J te*rn **b.-h crossing the tr*ck at
its.-: There was bat one parsou
oi> he wagoh, a negro man named
Ed?aid?-, who was thrown frcm the
vehicle and fatal'? injured. Both
fol breafhmgf11the fore-ranne?^rf
pneumonia, are quickly relieved and
cured by fcbe old reliable Dr. John W.
ifcUI'f uonga syrup. i& orey? wp *
?old in one night. Try ifc sA onet.
WiH quickly heal Sore Lungs, j
bout sre small and peasant to take. Doctor*
Tvcossicad it Price 23 cts. At til dmggistM.
animals drawing th* watoiT^Tlere j
killed. The i?rkey was supposed :o J
bare been aileep on hi* wagon. fifo i
rrt$ picked op and carried t? Cheater,
WDere be died on Sunday.
lwa*a 4 Tfc Vr4 Ym Ken itap lt*?
< > + m ?? -
ME C A KB 123 A XABBIT TOOT.
"Old Harve," it seems, is creating u
sensation in Newberry at well aa
WiuBtboro at a cotton buyer. The
following was retired yesterday by
one or oar yoong imam*: ;
Telegraph boy?Say, ifiiiter, yoa j'
know where I e*n fad Sprnnt'e mac? !
GentUmui on the corner?Don't
know him. Ob, yon ti*esn tht man
with do heel? on hit sboes?
Telegraph kor?Yes lir, that7* him.
Gentleman?Well, h? is at Smith's,
; ringing the 'phone.
Telegraph boy?Just whit I 'lowed. ;
Gentlemen?Anything wrong? ,
Telegraph boy?No, oaly coiton ja?t j
a boppi>g. I malt born the wind- j
Gentlemaa?Thnnderation; said lay i
eottoo too soon.
Telegraph boy?Who boaght it?
Telegraph boy?Ab, law, that man
earries a rabbit foot.
?Newberry Telephone Exchange. j
Fw a7fT Fifty Tears.
tfiS. USLOW'S SOOTMI5# *TR?F 5
has beea used fororer fifty years by 1
millions cf motkers for their ckildraa
wkila tee iking, with perfect success i
It soothes tha child, softens the gams. 1
allays all pain, cares wind colic, aad J
is tha best reasedy for diarrhoea. It
will relieve tha poor littla snlerer ]
immediately. Sold by draggists ia |
rery part of tha world. Twenty-fire i
eeats a bottle. 'Be sara and ask for
"Mrs. Wiaslow's Sootkiag Syrap,"
and take no otkerkixd* 1-1-17 <
Oar school is moving along nicely, i
Hiss Carrie Stewart, Jof Winnsboro, 1
spant a few days witk Miss Lida
Stewart, of this neighborhood, a few
Grain crops arc not looking to
well since the last freeze.
Ther6 has been a good deal of work
going on at the quarry of the Winnsboro
Granite Company lately; also
the Stewart company, under the able
managemertof Mr. N, Tinman, baa
been getting oit a quantity of lock
for the pa?f time or four months.
March 6, .900. B. I. B.
A OMd CsKfh Medl?la* for Children*
"I bare no hesitancy in recommending
Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy."
saya 7. P MoraB, a well known and
pepular bsker. *t Petersburg. Ya.
"We have given it to our children
when troubled with bad ceughs, also
whooping cough, and it has always
jiven perfect satisfastion. It was
recommended to me by a druggist as
the heat congh medicine foi children
as it contained no opium or other
K?mnfnl drn? V RrtM bv Ur.\futltr
BUCK LICK DOTS.
A food many oats bars been town
this week that would hart beea p*t is
the groaHd in Jaiuary bad the weather
Mr. P. C. Mellichamp hac about 700
cabbage Iplaatt that are beginning to
head. Mr. Melliebampe aet these
plant* oat before Christmas and hai
kept then tbroag b the cold weather
Vise M ay letchia, of Winusboro, ic
visitirg at Mr. P. C. Meliicbamp's.
Mrs. W. C. Peay has retajnsd home >
Messrs. H. J. Hollit and Miles 6ib~
son spent a few days in Chester la*t
The old darkey that died near here
rtl.. .aw 1Kb Hli HI II
1 DOCTOR! j
J AsK your physician this ques- I |
I iion, "What is the one great |
| remedy for consumption ? " |
j He will answer, "Cod-liver |
* oil." Nine out of ten will s
j answer the same way.
| Yet when persons have |;
I consumption they loathe all r j
f fatty foods, yet fat is neces- ? |
| sary for their recovery and | j
j they cannot take plain cod- i J
j liver oil. The plain oil dis* $ j
( turbs the stomach and takes F |
? ILA MMRAiliA Tl*A #(!#_ !
? aw<l) inc ap|kuki i:k> uu- *- ;
agreeable fishy odor and I
taste make it almost unen- f
: durable. What is to be done? I |
This question was ans- \ \
| wered when we first made ?
1 EMULSION l\
i of Cod-Liver Oil with Hypo- J
T phosphites. Although that | ;
| was nearly twenty-five years |
I ago, yet it stands alone to- J
i | day the one great remedy * ;
I I for all affections of the throat f
!and lungs. |
The bad taste and odor have been | j
| taken away, the oil itself has been. ~ .
| partly digested, and the most seo- $ i
! x sitive stomal, objects to it rardV- = I
? ? ? ?. ? i I 'l
| riot one in ten can ia.\e arra mgex I j
* the piain oil. Nine out of fen can 5
j take SCOTT'S EMULSION anddi- |
t gzst it That*? why it cusses so =
f many eases of early oewuaptiott. |:
i Even in advanced casts? it bring* r
7 comfort and grea% aralbngi life- |
i joe. and $i.oq. ill druggists. JE.
j f SCOTT & BOWXS, Chtmixs, New- York. ~
Ltn ? m iN ? MfJ
on the 24th of February is said to bare
b?ea en# hnidred and fifteen or
tweet? years old. God bad spared
him for a camber of years, bit frtm
wh\t I ean learn he died, as' doabtless
thousands hare, forge tfsi to his God.
jooi many ducks hare been
killed on the rircr this season.
Mr. Blackfcnrn, of Coinmbia, spent
Thursday night here.
Rev. and Mrs. H. K. Ezell paid at a
visit last week.
Mr. R. L. Hailford is able to be out
March 9, 1900.
Will ften came a horriblt Barn,
Scald, Cat or Braiie. Backlsn'* Arnica
Salve, the best in the world, will
kill the paia aid promptly heal it.
Cares 01d Sores, *Vver Sores, Ulcers,
Boii?. Felons, Corns, all Skin ?raption?.
Best Pile care on earth. Ouly
Si ets. a box. Care guaranteed. Sold
ky Me Master Co., druggists.
Members of Camp Eion are rcfiiested
to meet on the third Wednesday
(21?t) of thin month. A fall attendance
is desired, si b?siness of importance
is to ba transacted. Meeting at
3 o'clock p. m.
George W. MooreJ
Kidgeway, March 12, 19fO.
5ey. W E Sitzer, W. Caton,2f. Y.f
writes, -'l bad dyspepsia over tweity
fear*, and tried docors aid Medicine*
without it zieit. I was perenadsd to
use KedoJ Dyspepsia Care aid it
h?lped me froaa tn? ?Urt. I believe it
to be a panacea for ail forms of indieeation."
It digests what yoa eat.
[ Master Ce.
Farmers and gardeners are badly
behind with their work owing to wet
ireather The hanling of fertilizers
is nearly completed. A great deal
will be used this year in this section.
Oar school is progressing nicely
mder the management of Miss Edith
Kev, Mr. Spigner, the pastor here,
preached a meat excellent sermom
Sunday morning. He is much helored
in this community.
A tacky party was given at Mr.
J. D. Leitner's on the 6th inst- A
most ceiightfnl time was speit.
" T> * If J DAk? r?B.
inwii XV. jb. Mftuu ?au xwuix v??thcu
paid jJontlcello a visit last Saturday.
March 10, 1900.
If troubled with rhenmatisn,. give
Chamberlain'* Pais Balm a triafi. It
will not cost yon a cent if it doe* uc
good. One application will relieve thi
paio. Ii also cures iprains andbrcisst
in one-third the time required by any
other treatment. Cuts, burns, frostbites,
quin6ey, paj^s in the side and
chest, glandular and other awellinri
are quickly cured by applyin* it.
Jrery bottle warranted. Price, 21
and SO ct?. For sale by McMaster Co.
kix* Am mmrx*.
Mr. J. H. Cummings is in towm.
Mr. McGahan, of Atlanta, was in
Mr. J. K. Hoffman went to Blytb*
Mr T R Whifft Oak.
was in town Monday.
Mr. J. L. Habenicbt, of (;#lu?bia
spent fcnnday in Winnsboro.
Mr. T. K. Illioti iiaTts in s fev
day s tor Philadelphia and Washing
Misa Ray Ca??inga leaves to
Mexico Thursday to spend sever*
Miss Bonis M&ttbews retmrnod t<
Wiiithrop Monday morning after/vis
iting frienis in Winnsboro
Mr. Myron Stevenson, of Colnabia
spent a few hours in town Satirdaj
night. Mr. Stevenson is ax old Winnsboro
boy and his many friends art
always g'ad to welcome him.
Lewi* Acksraian, Goshex, lad
aaTs, "DsWitt's Li'tie JCarly Xiser
always bring certain relief, cure ceo
headache and never gripe." Tbr
jjemly cl?an?e aid iaTigeraies tk
bowels aid liver. McMaster Co. ;
STAB XOVTX BOX DELIVXXT. "Kn
in* ic KaraliT eriuoa in tha nnblil
tkat the contracts for carryiBg tb
mail on all of the Star Routes in tb
8ta:e of Seuth i Carolina, taking effec
Jm.r 1,1900, provide that those wb
so desire may hare tha mail that i
addre^ed to them delivered by tb
carrier* into boxes along the lines o
the several routes.
As7 person living en or near an
Star Route in the State named wh
<Ie?ires his mail deposited in a bo
on the line of the rente by the carrie
on ?aid ronte may provide and ?rect
nitable box on the roadside, locate
in sach manner as to 00 reached t
conveniently as practicable by the ca;
rier, and sncb person shall file wit
the pes' master at the poatoffice t
. which bis sail is addressed (whic
! shall he one of the two postofflces o
j the route on cither tide of and next t
I tie box) a request in writing for tl
! delivery of bi? mail to the carrier o
j (he route for deposit im said maU bo:
| at the risk of the addiesiee,
j It ihall be ibe dnly of tke poi
i master at every aucb po?toffice, upo
a written order from any penou lr
; ing on or near the Star Route to d
| liver to the proper mail carrier f<
that routi* any Mail \matter, exce]
registered aaaii, with infractions i
no tte proper mail box iuto vrbicb sa:
nail matter shall be deposited; but i
*j*il matter*o delivered to a oirri(
for aepont shall be carried pa
another povt office oi? ihe route befo:
fctiu? deposited in amaiE box.
T> e carrier on the iS^rEoote wi
>e reqoired to receive 1rom zny poi
injiS'tr on tic route any mail matt
that may be intrusted him, ouUii
of the nsnal mail ba<?, and ahall cari
.?ucfc- mail to and- ueptoit it in il
proper boxea placed on ibt line <
| the rente for tbis purpose; *nch se
' rice by the carrier to be with*'
j charge to the addressees.
j The mail carriers most be able '
read *ud rite ike English languaj
! asd be of sufficient izrtelligence
| properly handle and deposit the mi
for bo^ei alons ihe routes.
Thti hw provides tbat every ca
rier of the mail shall rewire any mail
Matter presented to him, if properly
prepaid by stampi, and deliver the
same for mailing at the next poitoffice
at which he arrives, bat that no feet
ahal) be allowed him tkerafor. r
The contract price coTers all the
Mrrice required of the carrier that is
indicated herein. ' :- r
WV S. Shalienberf er,
Second Astitianr Postmaster Gen.
Coold not express the raptare of
Annift 15. Snrinjrs. of 1125 Howard St.,
Philadelphia, Pa., when she found that
Dr. King's New Discovery tor Consumption
bad completely cared hor of
a hacking congh that for many years
bad made lite a burden. All other
remedies and doctors could girt her
no Lelp, bat she siys of this Royal
Ore?"it soen removed the pain i>
isay chest and I can now sleep soundly,
something I can scarcely remember
doing: before. I feel like sounding it*
praises throughout the Universe." So
will every one who tries Dr. King's
New Discovery for any trouble of the
Throat, Chest or Lungs. Price 60c.
and $1.00. Trial bottles free at file*
Maseer Co.'sj drug store; every bottle
TKB HISTORICAL VALUC OF JAUICX
When it was announced that Paul
Leieener Ford's new novel, Janice
Meredith, wsuia the publisher'* bands,
the public wited for . its appearance
with the liveliest interest; aadin'defcd.
tie popularity of hit former works
fully justified them in displaying so
Much csgeraess.' W bat it Wonld be
like, no one could goes#,' for the writer's
versatility is one of his moat
characteristic qualities and one of the
reasons why his works hare'bean so
widely reacJ. One is !purel?fiction;!
hmm * r\rthtir*l MttinSTI Still 1
HUVlBVi MW? ?* . .. B ,
another has an historical basis. His
thorough kaowledge pt bureau charaster
enables him to pressmt bio flgarea
to as in a most real and lifelike way?
hU knowledge of the. era which forms
the setting for bis stories can be trusted
in every particular. Connecting these
two is that electrical power ?f conabinatien,
that faculty of creating ant of
nothing which is tbe possession of
geiias alone. ^
It is se mean skill, this art of re*
cording dry facts, delineating character
and describing tbe times all at once,
painting them inte one brilliant picture
that once seen in never forgotten.
Sacb a book is bis latest production.
It is an accepted fact now*a-days that
the hiitorical novel has dene much to
i increase the knowledge of history
: amcD? people in gcueft}. for:' by pct'
ling farts it an is tern ting form,, they
i are impressed mure forcibly upon the
- reader's memory. With" tbisjtook at
- band, we will not be the ones to deny
t ihu tintb. GiTfe a student who dis?
1 likes history an account of the Bero:
lution to learn, aid Janice Meredith
' to read, and we restore to affirm that
as a result he will gain twice ai much
from the latter. In the record of
event! as to time, place and eircumstance,
Ford is minutely exact Those,
favorite toys of many writers, date?,
1 are brought to notice only when absolutely
necessary, yet he fellows clearly
. and distinctly the struggle of our fore*
fathers for liberty of thought of action
through all its shifting scenes of defeat
1 aad triumph. With a lively intensity
he display* the seeming hopelessness
, of the cause?the country, half royalist,
half Amer'can in sentiment, plun>
dered by Ren. -n a?d Englishman; the
r feeble r.rw jufl-riug fmm'cold and
hunger; yt. . <>,sending with these
fira /if thl nnm.
UiiUV/UUCV M4V V*
r mander'e faith and hope barm bright
astil it kindles a similar fame in tbe
1 heart of tbe lowest private is tbe ranks
and surmounting every obstacle win*
> the bard fight One of t^e, severest
trial* i? ^iscoutent ifiVrflbe army'and
dissflfec io>? amon* tbe people: Toothing
tlmn nf-d, i -i general does not girt
r up. id spare* himself no tronbie
r" iupntri .gin detail*, character sketches,
picture*, of tbe aw 'e of the country f
' and glimpses of t b? social life of tbe
r times, weaving: them into this web ?f
pleasant history. Iii vivid cemra*t
are tbe purposes of the two forces?
the 01', believing the contest mere
* sport. :*.agh sad enjoy thitmseives; the
r other vt<(^ an intense purpose in view,
r fi2ht ?ourv/eeasly for, principal. - A
B very graphic illustration of this difference
U>e author gives us on the night
of the battle of Trenton encamped in
tbe tow a > lie the British, confident of
v-their'Mfe'ty. The night is wild?
. | tbey piange into merriment. Revelry
*. asd feasting are at their height. Every
*1 Hecaian is a brute from strong drink.
eflOa.lhe opposite ?>ide of the river, in
X aplte of euow and oold, the Coi.ti*.en_
tala are preparing te cross. Over t he
sullen ice-blocked stream they force
* their rafts?they land and posh on.
e Surely they will net attack General
f Shall's foroe with that bandfnl o(
eon? Yes! and conquer it loo in a
way ihat sends every inactive Anseriy
catt harrying to the banner unfurled is
? Freedom's name.
x The author's background in this
T great tragedy is as well drawn as the
^a j~~ " ~
JI Out in Kansas
>r lives a happy wife. She writes: < 1
have used Mother's Friend befon
K two confinements. The last time I ha<
M twins, and was in labor only a few min
id utes. Suffered very little." The reasoi
does expectant mothers so mad
good is because it is an external liniment
Ml j to be applied upon the outside, when
,i_ much of the strain comes. It helps be
cause the pores of the skin readily absori
er it, and it comes into direct contact vitl
and is absorbed by the parts involved
ry Morning sickness is quickly banished
na and nervousness is kept completely away
J J i? nc
w \ ine sense or urc&u auu tvi wuvu*4t^ ?w ....
' experienced, even during labor itseli
r. j Confinement is short and almost withot
i pain. Recoveiy is quick and sure. Bej
, of all, Mother's Friend benefits th
unborn just as much as the expectai
to caoeher, and when the little one comes
will be strong, lusty and healthy.
^ i Drsggists set! Mother's Friend for $1 a bottle
.. Send for oar free book on the subject,
ill finely illustrated.
THE BRADFIELD. REGULATOR CC
,r. ATLANTA, OA.
To All 1
Read the f?
[Tours of recact date to hand requ<
kldnoya. My physicians said taut I co
14, gallons drawn from scrotum Emeriti
nVlKi. ?&S UH3UX lO Br:i, unjr yj, a
able to attend to my baelnesd. I can
glad to give u, no some poor eaSsree re
The trade supplied by
foreground. Read where yea will,
| yoa can efctain a so more charming or
trathfal description of those old dayg.Ddtted
all over the conn try arfc cbzy
farm-hornet, where sa short a'period
before peaee reigned supreme; no*,
ali it anxiety aed confniion. -The
eoinagehas depreciated in rain*; the
well-stored barns are daily ransatkea
by friend ai well as foe, and ttobble is
conitantly anticipated fromtbe rough
A aearcity ot food, of clothing, of
everything bat courage to fight to the
death follows. However ii- the mid?t
of dire Deed aid distress, old age and
youth alike fiad tine for social pleasmres.
Can anything of uor day equa:
that genuine free-hearted hospitality
which distinguished oar aiicesfor??
Do modern ideas resemble those Puritan
ones ef refinement and gool breed
ittg? Janice Meredith, the heroine,
nay be taken as one type of the Revolutionary
feer.uty and belle. Tha
sternness of her mother frowns upon
the girl's fickleness, thoughtlessness
and fondness for teasing her lovers.
Bet conventionality wearies her. Impetaonsly
her warm heart leads her
on. sometimes too far a%tray, Into
diMealties from, which she is rescued
only by her hard Paritan sense, and
each time she resolves to be good "to
please mammy." Throaghoat the
book there runs a streak ofqaiint,
spicy humor and a half concealed
pathos, mingled with a delicate satire,
which make the rcenes so realistic, so
trae to life that. the reader almost
forgets he is living - in the nineteenth
and net tbe eighteenth century. Bat
who art the aetors in this great piayr
The leading role it occnpiad by General
Washington, oar steadfast guide,
while as subordinate characters are
the familiar fgures of L?e, Grates,
CornwalJis, Howe and a host of others
? eacb his his part in the composite
whol<-. as clear in its outlin? a* a
head on a cameo is the portrayal of
Tangible, lire beings they seetn to
us, of.r*:*l flr?b a* d bk?od....Xf&r. tn
(he records also are they; lWftf&Mh:
fnl, ha* betrayed his trust; 'Gat-.a,
schemiu* and politic, learee the fl?id
at a critical moment; Howe hi<
Hie mind is unmanned bv his *uinu>
instincts; Cornwallis,zealoks bru lacking
in military ability, surrenders Ml;
Washington the several ' become
Washington the friend and in his camp
life ia eonrideratfl oferhew' couiiort,
uttuuridfni of' his owtiy: -aiwv bu!
selfish, courteous aud rrt?der-he*rie^
Untii the ciOafc of tbe ooalict tJoi* i?ian
piBkj a btic yi IUVI j.- . lull*
\s it acted. It i? easy to read bis
life's motive; it is ea?* t? *ee bow *til
he lives np to it. Wero it. rot for l-fl
' Originality whieh pervade eac!. pa??
* ot the book one mi^ht alnmt iaiau .?*
that the writer had written it ?:in a
! history of the Uiiitec States by his
side, for be is nnerri*<;.
> The drama o: Fasl Leicester Ford'sj
in which fberimes may represent the
' background, the Revolution the
tragedy act, and oar forefathers the
i actors, is dastlned to take its piace ai
one of the reliable historical novels ol
I the present century. "Red Rock" is
a fine picture of the South, socially
and politically daring the Ruconatraction
Period. Janr<> Meredith is tb?
Revolutionary 11 m a series of word
pictures, ?interest and ics'ract
..it#re&deis. uumbered by the thonsandi
Both will live.
- " Carrie Aikeu Elliott.
--- " - J t-A ? - Af 1|M
[Mini jsanou is a aauguicr ui iui
T. K. Elliott and is cow a ktadent oj
Converse College. Her critici?m o
"Janice Meredith" shows that ktn
thinks as she read*.?Ed.]
That Throbbing He*d*chc
Would quickly leave you, if jot
? uied Dr. King'i New Life Pill?. Thou
saudi of tuffereri hare proved thei:
. ?atchle?? merit for S?ck~*i.d Nertosi:
' Headaches. They make pore *bloo<
I and Btronjr nerves and build np yon
. health. Easv to take. Try ;jhem
j Only 15 cents. Money back if no
curei. Sold by McMaster Co , drug
| Mr. ArmBtead Barwell, of Char
lotf, apeut Wedue?day in town.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Milling, < f tb
9 coaLty, ?r?ent Tnexday in Tfini.sborc
j) Shake in Too c Shoes
f1 Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. 1
:* cures painful, smarting, nervous fee
J? and ingrowing nails, and instantl
' takes the sting out ofeorns and bur
" * TIT. iU,
, ions JLl/ S tliC grcavrab tuuiiui u V?I.
[j coveryof the age. Allen's Foot-Eas
U makes tight or new shoes feel easy. ]
^ is a certain cure for sweating-; calioG
* and hotr tired, aching "feet.. .Try i
[I to-day. Sold by all druggists ittid she
stores. By mail for 25c. in stamp:
Trial package FREE. Address, Alle;
8. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. .3-14
Little Mi?s Laurie McDowell ?er
k to. Uidgtw&y Friday to vi*it he
dreadful disease and It i
allowing letter from R. J. B
&y y / */*&*&?UDg
statement of my case which I gladly give. I
uM not last but a short tinm. I was una Mo lo Jl*> 4
I times.-"I was complotaJy filled at the lira'' f 1
itmtw the lnfluftnco at an ovin.~<s.
no'v rldo ruy hors*, a thing I had been nra&le to <
thy bo beneflKed thereby.]
THE MURRAY-DRUG C<
Wr>-, J. J. McDf'WoiJ. ot Wbi'f Oak.
i>e?)t Wednesday in'towa.
Mr. Lawrence Porter Wt to- Tbenj10a,
Ga , Tuesday momiugr
Itch on human cured in SO t&inn'e*
by Woolford'* Sanitary Lotion Tni?
waver fails. 8old by W. I Aik??,
druggiit, Winniboro, S. C.
Mils Maggie Gladden returned frow
A. W. Brown returned from
New York Wednesday..
J?r Iiifc&ta aai Ckiitrwu
Iki KU Yn fan Ahrafs fagf
Mrs. Ann Elliott seturaed iroa
Charlotte Friday after a Twit to bei
Mr. E. W. Hanahan refcarned to
Charleston Friday aft?r a flying visi*
to the Boro
The One Day Coid Cure.
For col da and sore throat t* Kenaott's CfaoC*
late* laxative Quinine. Easily takes as caafg
tad quickly ctu~
Mr. Aadrrvr Mobley,of Woodward,
- ? "w ?j_. - __ x _ _ *
aptnt jtiqi) in iowd.
Mrs. Edith Lylee, of Carlisle. is
tiiitiag M$a Waltir Till.
Mrs. Calvin Ztamiriiun, Uileiberf
laji, "A? a sptedr car* foi
couffht, cold*, cronp and ?'>re Ihroai
Oae Minute Conjfc Cmt e i* sacqusled
It i< pJ?aiat)t for cHiidreu to take ]
h<?=inijr reccmai8*d it to aotv r* " Ti
is r'r.ftenlT bar*I??s n*weoy tkai pro
ti.oc.fi: iaQHiediate, r* a!'*- I! cflr-si
.j Muucbitii, pi:tn.aio?i?. ?rrippe *n?i
hroa?. aod disuses - It wi:? pre
< y*--v conanMption.'" Mc^a*tt?r Co.
_ j . ?.. ?
i Mr. W. G. Creight ha* gv>e to ; booo
fe/ui, Ga. " t ' .
| Mr. ^ K. Elliott vpe'nt Friday i*
j Ga toBia.
| Mr. T. G. Ferris went to Spartanj
! Mr. J. E. McDonald. Las returnee
Th? One Day Cold Cure.
Cold ia head and tore thraat enred by Xet
Katt'i Chocolate! I^xatire $uiaire. As easy t<
take u candy. MChild*a cry far than."
;|fcS3M|SK . ~5 1
! : =-' -i.'i >SAM
i o ?; ' < ". :v ctJW?a.
' *2^>&Sa?$ r.vy ^ ?? r.uyr.;: OCJmT^
-V-2 s-tiftir-'T! i.v-v - '??- - ii'- 5c2??>fr ,i
; i ?>E?re^? . ..,i
'FOB SHERIFF ' ""
> I hereby xaoonnc* myself p ?a*dI
date for tke office ef Sb?r:ff for Fa?r
;. feld CoaatT. and will akide by tb<
, action of th<i Democratic primaries.
JAS. W- BO LI K.
I I hereby announce myself as a cand;
..: date for Clerk of Court, subject t th
' action of the Democratic primaries.
} JNO. R. CRAIG.
I hereby anuounce myself a -'andidat
for the office of Clerk of Court for Fau
field County, subject to the action of tij
T^amaam^ia +-\r rv\irioc
( JL/ClXiWIOUlV MI
, R. Y. BRAY.
;|For Sale or Ren1
f I MOUSE AND LOT OWMBD V.
- .; J. 11. B?aty ?n Bratton atrMi, lort
t of H.r. Z on College App)y to
-; S13w J. M. BJCATTKodoT
j Dyspepsia Ctm
> : Digests what yon eati
It artificially dlgMU tkt food aid -A4
Nature ia ctraartheolBf &h4 tmm
e itnctimf tk? exhausted digestive ?
* |*as. It ii tfce latMt dlsceewi <]# ?
91 a*rt aid tMle. Jft ethgg mhtnMm
&! im mntsib it in eflW*. ft fe
* jWatTy rtlitrM and serai a*w 1/ ew?
5- CjtpepiU, IaftiftttlriB, Hoartfcan
Q FiAivleset, Star Stamaek, Fawwi
1 tflfatfceerewiHaef l?r^< '<-tcMfeeUe?
It ; Prsphrit ky t. C. BcWiit A Co..
r ! MelUAO* 09.
1 WlM*ew, *, f.
?d thousands of desper ate cas
will positively cure yov.
etsill, Maj. i8th Reg. S.C, Vol
/* - /
^<^Cc J? *U* sV-t
have boen snCwtoR lor threw j%trt&oia^rops7.
Iowa except shortly oxter oeing i*ppea. ore* / -wutt w
b?cvi YAUflBVS LITEONTErjTIC. perfidy fedplMe
I h*v? uaed ?*?ht l?o?ia? of TAC3&7TS ^iTHeSTB
40 tor nearly mo ^un. Tog m*j paau?li ~ac& ot ay
For sale by JOSIAH J. 0BE
) Columbia, S. C. .
T<- *??*r* th? onfiaal tritci- aaze)
wire, a?fe for D?*itt'a Yfitch tfaze 1
Sal re, -well know;: ? a certain cr ? for
piles **<?i ?ki? dtosses. Rn?r.*e of
?rortkk?f cr?nt?e: fm-?. Tker irt
d*ngre'>??*. MrMi?t?r To.
I WILL 8TANT> ?4Y 8TANP SOBBED
JACK ;:k*t ^uda a* V iuu^
boro. He i* fljVwu hani^ bifk. Made
, witb whitp boiat*;* wetgk/' haa- ?
! dred povbd? ->ebk ifc* flr?r ?ri?e i
! a* thf !*?; btxts F?ir.-=? imnnct Tta
jDelfcr*. ^ I. WJHSILIC8. j
i _ . V.1. J _
; who are icterested in high prir ? for *
I cottoiT n?xi fall can h?ar oftotaK'hiaf
\o tbeir adrantage by tending a o?taI "
:"?ard at osce to f
; THE ADAMS COTTON COUP \NY, ?
Charleston, 3. C."
| I I
I J1 J j_i LB W,J M JT ^
XJJjJMJiJX.' a OJLUS2*
STATS Or SOUTH CAROLINA, j
' COTJXTT or JArariKLD. f
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. 1
* Annie L. Williams vs. E'ias L. Fr jhley. ?
^ t N pursuance of a* order of the 'Aurttf i
Jt Common Fit-as, made in the -above '
f itated case, I will offer for sale, befo e the
i C-ocrt House door in W^nsboro, S. on
^ the ]
FIRS" MONDAY IN APRIL j
s *ext, within the 'legal hours ofsa'e, at
public outcry - to tho- highest bidder, the
following uescribedprcroerty, to wit:
. All that'plantation or* parcel of laud in
; Fairfield County, containing
* / ; ONEHUNDRED ACRES,
: more or.less, know as the Horn? place?
;tliw being th*- portion -4' said Eliaa L.
f Fresblej of the real estate of J. C.' I ceshtjley,
deceased; bounded asfpllown: On
the nortu i?y ;he public 'bad.leading from
. . Columbia, to. Monticel-''; on the east by
;; lands ol E. L. Freshley: on the south by
1: lands of Mrs. A. M. testier, and on the
f west by lands of Mrs. A M. Kest'er, sitnl
ved on waters. of Broad Kiver^io?Town
! ;;aip ll and being the same premises con.
veyed to said Elias L. Freshley, N.E. Ful:
nter and A. M.- Kest! w by deed dated Feb.
rua; y 15,1895. and recorded in Book A. P..
11 page 319, in Clerk's office, Fairfield Coulity,
TMJtt 07 SALS.
; One-half of the purchase money ? 1*
'; paid in ca.?h on th? day of bale, tfc<* baii
5n>w?;r# nv.nt.ha thereafter. o be
i! wcured *-y the bond of the purchaser and
! a mortgsge of the premises. The pari
chaser to pay for all necessary papers and
j for recording the same, and for all i?eces?
, sary revenue stamps. .
wi R H. JENNINGS.
?: C'erk's Office, C C. C. P. F. C.
; Win-, sboro, S. March loth, 19?0.
V DO YGU
F j '
' Need Stationery #f any kind?
. j We have what you
. in fine Statioiery ?f all jradei,
.! and when you itart out .
" TO GET
statioi ery of any kimd come
i- anil see ours before buying.
e And when you start to write
I *-- nr valofiv^c
110 dia&iim iiic*uo vi luMuvd
. j we can show something that
. j you ne?d in P?ns, Ink, PenL
j cils, etc.
rl Don't forget us when you
h are in need
- J. H. McMastar
I & Co.,
? j Wili-striigheu early and
|g i kinkv *ir ? mi.-ut jnjort
. lo^he p ?t ha r
f* Fift f!3?z*??,'r>er Box.
i Ea^oraed br th? Uni'?d St -.?e? H-. *lih
I DABBAGH & RICH Nre Yirt,
j SOLE MASUFALTUREBS,
214xl2fl2 5, 7t 9 and 11 Broadway.
es of this
, /? ft
*&*?& ' 'fbo
^ ' -3?
*al anasarca, caused from-liver and
Enpleceiy filled, saturated xitfa fluid;
i. l?cs terrltrty inflamed and exudirk
iprrc aadasi now comfortable and
iWPXtfM yen may dartre. Iam
AR, Wfnnsboro, S.C, M%
\ , *
' V ' _ _?L
Utkiif wo pri4o tmlrmiiMi
~ > - tkaa dtHroriif
, - -3
Wo ut ad?itto*ly ahtai of tit
tttitertia tkii 4op*rta?it; thu jm
ay htn aksolsto tortaiaty of
if aecarato tiv? vk?i jroir ilm*
>i??o Is rottirod ky mi.
S0 C8NFI8IST ill II >f
oarwatck work tkat wo cmarantM
mm to jfro oatiro tttiifacuoa for 12
iiitkt, aid propay exprou obarftf
otk jraja afcoaM tao watcfc fluX to 4*
roll lariif tkio tpooiioi 'Jim.
Writo to at for ftrthtr iiforwatioa.
TTi a Wa.fftkoP aad
CMI8TBR, . 0.
.-' '- SI
, . OF THE LADIES
IS CALLED TO
A LINE OF
' . .' vvi;
I HAVE JUST
y "v t
Diih Pint, Ketchin Pan?, Dairy
. Pant, Padding Pant, Jelly Past,
Waah Pant, Columbia, Scolloped
and Plain Pie Platei, Tea, Bowl ^
and Grary Strain era, Graten, Potato
Mathers, Onrd Monldi, Iff
Whips, Toasters, Store Kettle*,
Diih Kettles, Tea, Table and Batting
Spoons, Colanders, C o S e e
Stande, Bitcnit Cutters, Irs., Ac.
J. W, SEIGL.ER
"Sing their own praise."
If yon reckon Dm endless joy and
permanent ra!ae y?a will get one of
those celebrated ST1EFF PIA.NOS.
Tbey are made with all that skill which
only years of constant and caret a! attention
to every detail of tbeir construction
limri M M. ;
Theivfore we won't' btrden.
wuh an UHi.ecefesarilv BIG gKKJS?.
Convenient terms. FINE TUNtNQ
FlJL^O pCAJTCrACTCKER, .
Factory Branch. Ware-Room, No.213
Forth t'ryott^t.j Charlotte, N. C. c~-??C.
H. WlLliOTH, Xa?a?er.
OX ALL IT** WAIT
with a futi ' C*tV#t?, XwmR
Ct*t* **4 c*M'*>tviy ? k?a4,
u *f hearse *S^r? r^iuM.
Th??kf?l f*r r*-t
i*ti?? tor ft ikiri in Ac Mw'i, is th?
i imumn. ^
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