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Saturday, June 25, - - - 1808.
--Quite a number of young men
from Woodward and other towns near
were here on Friday to see the game
of ball between Winnsboro and Colum
-On account of the washout on the
railroad leading to the factory, the
machinist has net been able to put up
the new machinery that has been here
for a week.
-There was a match game of base
ball on the coilege green on Friday
afternoon between Columbia and
Winnsboro. The score stood: Colam
bia, 7; Winnsboro, 5.
-There will be a series of meetings
at the Methodist Church' next week,
beginning with Sunday evening at
8.30 o'clock. R:y. Mr. Crout wil
conduct these services. There will bi
no morning services.
-Monmouth College, Illinois, has
conferred the degree of D. D. on the
Rev. John T. Chalmers, and Erskine
College has conferred the same degree
on Rev. Mr. Lyons, who is now presi
dent of Monmouth College.
--St. Zion slose'd for the summer
on Friday morning, after reading the
reports of the pupils and c farewell
speacu by Prof. LeConte Davis. The
commencement exercises were held in
the college on Friday evening.
- -Lient. Henry C. Davis, who has
been stationed at West Point, has been
transferred from the artillery to the
corps of engineers. He has been pro.
moted to the rank of major. He will
be in the regiment of engineers com
manded by Cel. D. 1). Gaillard.
-Only three witnesses were ex
amined at the: preliminary in New
berry in the ci 'e of the State against
IHatton and others. The magistrate
thought the testimony sufficient to
bind them over to trial at. the Curt of
General. Sissions. The defendants
will apply for bail.
-One of the sldi,rs at Chicka
manga writing to his brother has a
-great deal to say about the life of a
soldier in camp. He says the soldiers
there are well dri!ied and the sham
battles are very interesting, and if
they do- as well in Cuba, why the
Spaniards will not be in it. He thinks
a man can learn more in camp .at
Chickamauga in six months than he
can at school in a year. The South
Carolina boys are having a rather
hard time getting accustomed to camp
life, and are pretty tired of the same
* thing every day 'to eat. He states
that some of the boys are sadly in
need of clothes, but Lieutenant Colo
nel Tillman has gone on to Washing
ton to hurry up this matter. He says
the army is the best Keeley that a man
over went to. "If a man gets drunk
- here they put him to digging up
*- to sleep in the guardhouse at night."
He writes that the soldiers are anxions
to get to the front, and are glad~ to be
-under General Lee, although they
are well pleased with General
* Bsrth he l(ind YOsHa.eAli Bought
The union services will be held at
the Methodist Church Sunday evening
* at 8.30 o'clock.
-PIC1KIC AT CATAWVBA FALLS.
As the 4th of July is on Monday, the
picnic at Cjatawba Falls will take place
on Saturday, the 2nd of July. Every
body is invited.
A class in physical culture and
music (vocal and vlil). For terms,
appyst Charlotte Allston,
Winnsboro, S. C.
I will sell bread fron> the Columbia
Steam Bakery hereafter. T wc loaves
for 5 cents; ten loaves for 25 cents;
* forty loaves for $1.00. Can furnish
tickets if desired. I have some of that
bread to-day. Try it. You will be
pleased. Sallie L. Garrison.
Mrs. R. H. Jennings has gone to
J. T. Barron, of Columbia, w as in
town on Thursday.
Mr. Clarke Waring, of Columbia,
was in the Boro on Friday.
Miss Agnes R?ice will leave f'r her
home in Union this morning.
IS IT LITHIA?i
A gentleman has been using the
water from Fortune's Spring, at the
Park, and when he is in town never
drinks any other kind of water. Hie
-says that he is satisfied that It is fmne
lithia water. We suggest that council
habve the water analyzed. If itris really
lithia, then a great many people who
have been going ofi to the springs will
stay at home this summer.
For Over Firty Years.
Mns. Wnystow's SooramaG Siror
has been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their childi en
while teething, with perfect success.
'It soothes the child, softens the gums,
altays anl pain, cares wind colic, and is
the~best rea.edy for diarrhei. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer imme
diately. Sold by druggists in every
part of the world. Twenty-five cents
a t>ottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs
Winslow's Soothing Syrap," and take
~no other kind. 5-26tx1y
TO CAMP RAti-r, V. C. V.
Please bear in mind that our month
ly meeting will be held on Monday,
July 4th next. A full m.eeting is de
sired. Delegates are to be elected to
the general rcnion at Atlanta, Ga.,
which is to convene on the 20th, 21st,
22nd and 23rd of July. Reduced
railway rates will be secured, but I am
not yet inf..rmed what they will be.
Will publi3u Nter as soon as ascer
tained. R. IL Jennings.
Winn,oboro, June 24, 1898.
Services will be held in the follow
ing churches on Sunday:
Presbyterian-11 a. m. by the pastor.
Sunday School at 6 p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesdag at 6 p. m.
Methodist-11 a. in. by the pastor.
Sunday School at G p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 6 p. in.
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
Rev. C. E. McDonald Service at I
a. m. Young men's meeting at 3.15
p. in. Sunday School at 4 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 6 p. in.
WOULD MAKE A GOOD PRINCIPAL.
We are highly gratified to learn that
our esteemd citizen James M. Stewart
is a candidate for the position of prin
cipal of Mt. Zion, at the meeting of
trustees in July.
Mr. Stewart is one of the best edu
cated men in the State. A student of
the University of Virginia and a grad
uate of Columbia College of New
York. An educator at ane time and a
man "up-to-date" on everything in
education, he deserves at the hands of
our citizens this public acknowledge
ment of his merit. R.
There are few men more wide awake
and enterprising than McMaster Co.,
who spare no pains to sesmre the best
of everything in their line for their
many customers. They now hava the
valuable agency for Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds. This is the wonderful
remedy that is producing such a furor
all over the country by its many start
ling cures. It absolutely cares Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hoareness and all affections
>f the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Call
at above drug store and get a trial bot
tle free or a regular size for 50 cents
and $1.00. Guaranteed to cure or
price refunded. 5
SONOR ROLL OF MT. ZION
For the Scholastic Year Bnding June 24,
Highly Distinguished-Carrie El
iott, Rachel McMaster,-Chas. Neil.
Distinguished - Jimmie Crawford,
attie Martin, Mamnie Ellison, Clem
nt Davis, Henry Gooding.
Highly Distinguished-Mamnie Brice,
Daysie Brockington, Isabslie Douglass.
Distinguished-J a n i e Flenniken,
oise McMaster, Helen Stewart,
Highly Distinguished - Susie Mo
Distinguished-Anna Beaty, Mimic
Highly distinguished--Alma Boll,
Highly distinished-Mollie Smith,
Distinguished-Leila Beaty, Ida
Distinguished-Danl. Hall. Nannie
CHLDREN'S DAY AT iBETHESDA.
Xr Editor: Still another "Children's
Day," at Bethesda Methodist Church,
has come and gone, but there still
remains in our minds the bright,
appy, smiling faces of those present.
ll were gathered together in "His
name" and it seems to us that these
neetings are typical of the great be
yond, where we shall all mid undis
arbed rest in tbat "-blest, harbor"
where we shall "never say good-bye."
While the exercises were cot'ducted
by the pastor, Miss Ethel Jackson is
.h. efficient superintendent of the
Sunday school. This is something
thing unusual, but when we remember
that our riben Lord's first sweet mnes
aee to his disciples was sent by a
woman, we can all see in this, the
ontinuation of the Lord's messages
to His people.
Te decorations, which wore super
intended by Misses Sue Gladden and
Ethel Jackson, were lovely and we
think very appropriate, for we can see
the hand of God in each leaf and
flower as well as in the mighty solar
The exercises of the day were beau
tifually opened by little Paul Gladden's
recitation "Welcome," and while it
will be impossible to refer in detail to
all who took part, we will say tbat the
followirg program was well carried
Opening hymn 253.
Introductory remarks. Pastor.
Recitation-"Welcome." Paul Glad
What Children's Day is to the Sun
day School. Willie Jackson.
Important questions asked by Rev.
. A. Yonaue and answered by Mr.
W. S. Mall, Sr.
What I Would D.a. Maurice and
*.attie Gladden and Florie F'ord.
Song-"Little Birds of Praise We
A r." Tnfant cla.
Christ, the Divine Hes:er. Misses
Nannie Gladden and Mabel Keistler.
The Rainbow. Class.
A Letter from Our Lord. Holmes
Saucy South Wind. Five little girls.
Seven Sisters. Leta Yongue.
Children of the Sun. Class.
The Starless Crown. Miss Mabel
Duet-"O, Morning Land." Misses
Evelyn Hall and Janie Gladden.
Young Crusaders. Class.
Hymn-"We will Never Say Good
After the dinner hour we were ad
dressed by Rev. J. G. Hall upon the
all-absorbing topic of the day
"Cuba." He spoke of the island as
"beautiful Cuba" and of the erroneous
idea of many that it is a somewhat
barren island. Mr. Hall has visited it
three times and it was especially inter.
eating him, as he could tell of the
things whicL he had seen and heard
iimself. The Cubans, he says, have
almost no religion, but are very much
much opposed to the priest and would
always rather "boss" than work. n
the meanest slave or blackest African
howaver, are found hidden beauties of
character; so in these Cubans Mr. Hall
found some noble traits. They are a
very hospitable people, and give
strangers, especially Americans, a sor
dial welcome into their homes. Many
other interesting things told to
us tf which we cannot but the
one thing which was s sed upon
us wR" onr duty toc . hese people.
Then have been lar, 'ms of money
.pent. and parents i.willingly seen
thei -.)ns leave to give Cuba liberty.
Now, n hen she is freed it is our duty to
go there and teach those darkened by
mental and spiritual clouds of igno
rance, the way, the truth and the light.
The pastor, Rev. A. A. Yonglie,
ente-tained the audience for the rest
of the afternoon by telling them about
the ant, spider, grasshopper and the
coney. Mr. Yongue pointed out to
as some lessons that we could get from
each of these little creatures' lives,
which were reflections of the "King
in His Beauty."
The music of the day by the shoir
was beautiful. The organist, Miss
Evelyn Hall, deserves much credit for
the way in which it was gotten up, for
of this we are sure, that music will
never cease to soothe the heart of man
on earth, and is the grandest concep
tion that we have of heaven.
C. S. F.
Mitford, S. C., June 21, 1898.
C.A.W O R.T A..
Bears the The Kind You Have Always Beught
HOW MR. GOODING WAS KILLED.
Mr. Abraham F. Gooding, of Charles
ton, was killed in a runaway aceident
in St. Joseph, Mo., on Thursday last.
Mr. Gooding was well known here,
aving been engaged in the stock busi
ess for many years, at one time being
n partnership with E. F. Milan, after
ards appointed trial justice by Gov
rnor Tillman. The St. Joseph Ga
ette of Friday last gives the account
f the fatal accident:1
About two weeks ago the deceased
ame to this section to spend the sum
er with his relatives hereabouts. His
on, Stertie, accompanied him. The
ather and son intended to spend'ir
smmer in the vicinity of St. Joseph.
or a few days previous to the acci
ent the two had been guests at Mr.
rady's home and intended to visit
each of their other relatives for a few
Shortly after noon yesterday Mr.
rady and his relative, were driving
along Sylvanie street near Fourteenth,
n route to the home of 'he former.
hey were in Mr. Brady's buggy.
When at the bottom of the hill at that
point the horse became frightened at a s
passing street car and at once leecame
The animal started up the hill to
ard Fifteenth street at a furious pace, i
dr. Brady finding himself utterly
powerless to hold the wild animal int
heck. A large number of people
were on the street at the time, it being
at the dinner hour and many persons.
were eye-witnesses to the accident.
Sylvanie street is very rough near Fif
teenth and the light buggy swn' edi
frightfully from side to side, the horse
t every moment becoming more
frightened and increasing its speed.
Jst at the intersection of Sylvanir
nd Fifteenth streets both Mr. Brady
nd Mr. Gooding were thrown to thbe!
pavement with great violence. Mr.
Brady, who was driving, was dragged
for scome distance. He was bruised
painflly all over his body, but is not
t all seriously injured. The older
man did not fare so well. For some
time after he struck the hard pavement 1
Mr. Gooding lay perfectly still, and
the bystanders thought he had been
Immediate steps were taken to at
tend to the injured man. A carriage
was summoned and physicians hurried
o the scene of the accident. Air.
Gooding was taken into the residences
f Mr. John Andrews near by, where
he was cared for as well as possible
under the circumstances. iIe regained
consciouess soon after being taken
into the house. Upon the advice of
tho attending physician the injured
man was at once removed to the hos
An examination showed that his
right hip ead been dislocated and that
he had a severe wound oni the headA
The physicians now think that his
skull was fractured, causing the hem
orrhage. It is also thought that ho
sfered internal injuries. Drs. Davis,
Richmond and Graham attended the
Other than his relatives residing in
this city, the deceased is survived by
his wi'e, three sons and one daughter,
all resiiiing in the South. The de
eased was well known in this section
having visited here before.
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sanity and Consumpfion. Young Men r mn M&gn
hood and Old Men recover Youthfui Vigor. it
gives vigor and size to shrunken orgns, and fits
a man for business or marrig. Easily carried in
the vest pocket. Price fl 6 Boxes $2-5s
by mai, im plain pack- . u) a 9:e . wiat h
w ~ritten guarantee. DR. J NO1RRX4. Paris
Sold only by J.3J. OBEAR, Drug
gist Winnbnr S. C.
How to Look Good.
looks are really mare than skin
deep, .pending entirely on a healthy
condi ,_.of all the vital organs. If
the li inactive, you have a bilious
look; ,your sto'nach be disordered,
you ;have a ::dyspepdc look; if your
kidneys be affected, you have a pinched
logk.ASecnre good health, and you
will surely. have good looks. "Elec
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Tonic.. Acts directly on the stomach,
liver and kidneys, purifies the blood,
cures pimples, blotches and boils, and
gives a good complexion. Every bot
tle aaranteed. Sold at McMaster
Co.'s drug store. 50 cents per bottle.5
Backlen's Araica Salve.
TheBsTSalve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chiliblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refund
ad. Price 25 centa per box. For sale
by McMaster Co.
Fgi Infants and Children.
The OinYou faye Always Bought
A' New and Complete Treatment, consisting of
;UPPOSITORIES, Capsules of Ointment and two
3oxes of Ointment. A never-failing cure for Piles
f every nature and deree.-- It makes an operation
vith the knife, which is painful, and often results
ni death, unnecessary. Why endure this terrble
liseaso? We pack a Written Guarantee In each
li Box. No.Cure, No Pay. s oc. and $i a box, 6 for
5. Sent byL. Samples free
OINTIINT, 250. and 500.
ONSTIPATION Cured, Piles Prevented, by
;reat LIVER id STOMACH REGULATOR and
3LOOD PURIFIER. Small, mild and pleasant
o take: especially adapted for children's use. so
OSCs 25 cents.
FREE.-A vial of these famous little Pellets will
oe given with a $z box or more of Pile Cure.
NOTICE-TE GENUINE FEs JAPASE rL
.vi, for sale only by
J. J. OBEAR, Druggist,
Winnsboro, S. C.
MADE ME A MAN
L ALLXsrvowa Di.saea .Falieg Mew
in~~~~~8 I"emnr Ben ee.. Zase
boI Abnss or other rcoesadnie
o aadrstr .8EVtlt9 do ilt a m an for st udy, buias or marriae.
- Pxvoc InaniyadCensnmpto it
ie. Their use shows i
nont and effects a CUB where ell other fail In
ist upoa~ havine the genuine Ai"x Tablet.. They
ive caredthousads and uill ecre7oa. We Ifi pew
tite writtaa rantee to eteta1cu Ste in
aeh orae or. rotund the mones osr. .o i kasfaltetelo 'J.B
nai. s~ oln arae (fulreateadt +iocircula
For sae bF JO. H, MeASTEI a CO.,
Winnsboro. 8, C.
THE TOWN COUNCIL WILL
>ay $100 Reward for information
eading to the arrest and conviction of
he party or parties who set fire to the
ood-house of Miss Fripp, or the
~arns of Ac S. Donglass or Q. D.
4S. E. COAN,
.s -. Intendant.
fHE AN~ ELECTION OF
L=Teachers for the Mt. Zion Sehool,
Vinnsboro,. S. C.. will ' be held on
~HURSDAY, THE 71I8 JULY next.
Lpplications received until that date.]
rOSIrIONs To BE FILLED.
Principal-Sala.iy $100 per month
nd use of dwelling.
Assistant Principal-Salary $50 per
Four Lady Assistants-Salary $35
er month each.
Nine months' session, beginining
air d Monday in September.
J. C. CALDWELL,
6 18 d Chmi. Board Trustees.
I barrel Pure Georgia Cane
I barrel'Silver Drip.
N. 0. Molasses.
Try our blended Tea, 50C.
md 6oc. per pound-none
etter for iced tea.
Sugar-cured Hams in every
An endless variety of high
~rade Crackers, Biscuits and
akes received twice every
Your 'patronage is always
F. M. HABENICHT.
Pfs Cla Mod
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Figured Organdy and Colored Dotte
bought late in the season, and very sh
Godsi Dotted Swiss and Plain Organ
If you want som
thing very chear
Here it is. Yard wide Percales at 6e
Calico, Sc.; good Unbleached Homesp
the bargains. We have many others i1
We have a fall stoek of Ladies' a
oods just received in Ladies' Clot h '<
weather. Will please you and give ye
We are o!ering at reduced prices
We have something new in wide Sash
Come to see us, our bargains wil
weather is hot. Respectfully,
CA LD WEL
[ AM NOW PREPAREI
THING YOU WANT II
Crash Suits, Alpaca Coats an
Coats and Vests, Serge Cos
Alpaca Vests, Fancy Ma
White Vests, Crash Pa
- - -and Wh
[have some extra size Alp
11 stock--sizes up to 48.
I have a line of Meni's, B<
,oats and Vests, and odd Co
fty cents on the dollar.
Ladies, I want you to see
3OOTS, in vesting tops and
PERS of same-something n
GIVE ME A LOOK.
SQ. D. WI]
From Now I
YOU CANNOT AFFORJ
sale if you are in need<
We will also put in this
LADIES' UMBRELLAS al
[n this class of goods.
We have a big line of thi
>ut. Bargains every d2y thr<
goods. A look will convince
Call on us whether you v
entici to all. Respectfully.
WIN NSBORO E
'TELEPHONE I 5.] RC Ul
The next session begins September
pupil is required to pay an entrance
pe ION.--Scholars in the Graded
exept in cases where they take up ex
One extra, 75 cents per month; two e:
Literary course, 75 cents p
Each highe course include all that
thei sann in the bigher colleges,
SOME EXTRA GOOD VALUES IN
d Swiss. These goods are very pretty
sap. Also some god bargains in White
dies, from loc. to o50c. a yard.
Printed Challie, 24c.; Good Shirting
an at 21c. a yard. These are a few of
a all lines of goods, and good variety to
pd Misses' Oxfords. Also some pi etty
)p Shoes. Men's Low Cut Shoes for hot
to clean up balance of Spring stock.
Ribbons- pretty and cheap.
I pay you for the troubie even if tts
L & RUFF.
) TO SHOW YOU ANY
I THIS LINE,'SUCH AS.
d Vests, Alpaca Coats, Serge
Its, Sicilian Coats and Vests,
rsailles Vests, Silk Vests,
2ts, Striped Duck Pants,
~te Pants. -- - -
ys' and Children's Seersucker
ats, whfch I will close out at
my line of FINE BUTTON
black and tans. Also SLIP
w and nobby.
intil June 10.
) TO MISS THS SPECIAL
f a Straw at less than
.50 CENTS 01 THE DOLLAR.
pecial sale both GENTS' and
prices that will astonish you
above and mean to close there
ughout our mammoth stock of
rant to buy or not, Polite at.
~RY GOODS CO.,
~ lo St.[TELEPH*NE I5
ORO! S. C.
20, 1897, and ends Jane 24,1096. IEs
fee of 50 eents to meet eontiinget Sm
astudies in the Cl1egite Dpatten
cirse, $1.00 per month.
Classical course, $1.i pbr month.
precede. Gecd bo~: r'" can be obtaine
chool at competitiye examisation3,.sa
is the best guarantee of its eEsis0Y7
From every side makes
all of us take greater
pride than ever in
Jnst so has
been put to the test and hate won
DURING the SUMMER
We have redaced prices 13 oier to
suit the stimes.
Our Wares Wear and
Our Prices Please.
R, BRANDT, '.
Under Tower Clock.
BIGYCLES AT ;
G BARGAI S.
THE POPE MAIUFACTURINGCO
are prepared to furnish Bicyels
this season at prices
-TO SUIT ALL.
The Celebrated Canes
The 6 e cent ~cl,i~
Hatfor, anJ* md II
Lverybody knoeks what th.'
ent Nickel Coluuamisr.
Many Hartfords are riddenlm
boro. Ask the riders what their
is. We v ill rest our cIlats on
they say. They stay out
hops and run "so easy."
All of the above are .made by" th
ope Manufacturing Co.,'whies 0
guarantee of good workmanship. z
If you want a cheap secondhsaad~
wheel, we can furnish yeu ouene -e
$6.00 up, but these whale as stp
uateed. "You take what yeu
JORDAN & DAVI8
TH E MOST ODRENSEWIN
AHO IOIHE AGE-i
ATE ST MOE-SWN
Range of Workr
Old Sewing ~Machines taken 1a ex
9'Daers wanted in unoccupied.fti,
tory. Correspondence selicited. K
J.I. DERBYSIIR E
B RLBUILDING, EICEM@ND,Y