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OTuTA y, 3arehel6, -- 1899
-Mr. W. C. Beaty lost his fne grey
hound last Monday. It had been bit
ten by a mad dog.
-One hundred and fifty dollars
worth of spring and summer neck
wear just opened up and for sale at
Q. D. Williford's
-We hear that Mr. Ituff McDowell
intends making Winnsboro his home.
We will be glad to have another Ridge
way family in our midst.
-Poles are being distributed along
the railroad, presumably for the long
distance telephone line between New
York and douthern cities.
-M. W. Doty .& Co. is still another
new advertiser added to our solamns.
- Fifteen males are ofered by them
cheap for cash or on time.
-In the revival of railroad building,
we hope Winnsboro will have the
lack to get at least one _of the many
new railroads. Another railroad is
-Mr. S. B. Crawford has taken
rooMs in the house occupied by Miss
Mary Pool, and Mr. R. T. Matthews
will move.into the Ruff house recently
occuped by Mr. Crawford.
-On account of the bad weather,
the meeting of the ladies of the town
which was to have been held yesterday
afternoon at the Methodist Church,
has been postponed antil next Wedne
- day afternoon.
-Mr. H. T. Williams, who for the
past two seasons has bought cotton
here, has moved his ramily to Chester,
where they will reside in future. Mr.
Wimama, however, will buy cotten on
this market occasionally.
-The farmers in the Wateree neigh
borhood are feeling the effects of their J
recent visitation of mad dogs. Mr.
H. G. Wylie lost, last week, two val- j
- able cows from hydrophobia. Mr.
Hugh S. Wylie was also a loser.
- -While Winnsboro is improving,
there is still much room for improve
ment. The want of paint is about the e
first thing a stranger in Winnsboro P
notices. Jno. H. McMaster & Co.
will sell you paint. Consult them tj
about the Hammar paint. S
-The last vestage of the recent fire
will soon be removed, as Mr. G. A
White-bas purchased the Lumpkin lot
on Main street and will erect in the A
"aridture a handsone store building -3
thereon, and- then the only object tl
~which-marsthe beauty of this por tion ii
of Manstreet will soon be numbered o
-among the thlngs of the past, b;
-The. greater portion of Tuesday E
was talen-up by Magistrate Cathcart E
in holding a preliminary examination NI
in. the case cf the State vs. AlmaI W
* Mac'k~ The edefendant was charged in
witiNrgIri.~he State alleged that tl
ete mgml of Miarli 11i, about 8
-o'clock, the defendant broke and ti
entered ithe dwelling house of one (1J
Currie'Robilsoiid stole therefrom FJ
-a number of articleN.~The crime of fo
burglary is not one ofter'nw.ea
by women, and .a woman burglar is
truly a rare -avi's in South 'Carolina.
After a prolenged exandinatio't:f. the
ease. the defendant was dischaged.
* Mr. J. E. McDonald .represented the
* ..~. prisoner.
Imash. 1 eeUgs.
- -- An extra -communicaiion of Winni
bore Lodge No. 11, A. F. ML., will
be held this (Thursday) eve(Ng
at 7,S@ e'cloek. The F. C. Degr*e
will be senferred.
- y ord.r of teW..M.
C. H. Chandler,
KAN MAcLAWE'S NiEW WORK.
'Ian Maelaren, who is uow on a lee
turing tour in this country, begius in
an early issue of the Ladies' Mome
Journal his latest piece of literary
work. It is a series of popular arti
cles in which he defines the relation
that a minister holds to his congrega
* tlca; how a pr-teber is helped by his
* people; how a congregation can make
tee most of a ' and er
- phases of the moe tis .ctory attitude
9%rcf greaun_to a pastor.
ROLL OF HONOR OF WEIR SCHOOL.
*High School Department.
Zphraim Banks... .. .....93
Nannie Taylor............ .91
Mattie Roberts.......... 97
L;!' Banks............. ...9
Meie Dove.............. 90
H. R. Chapman, Teacher.
Ma!sellvilie, S. C.
For Over Fifty Years.
MRs. A INsLow's SooTBmNG SYRUP
has b.een rsed for over fifty. years by
milli'ns of anothers for their children
white teething, with perfect succes-.
It son. hes the child, softens the gums.
allays all pain, eures wind colic, and
ithe best remedy fo'r diarrhoea. It
will relieve thi poor little tufferer
irimediafely. Sold by druggists in
enri part of tae world. Twenty five
ce.o a bottle. Be* sure and ask for
"3M- Wiedow's Sou'thing Syruo,"
andtake nu other kind. 1-1-17
Sore lungi, pain in theebesbandpa'I
ful breathing are quickly relieved and
cured by the old reliable s e , Dr
Bull's Cough Syrup. This remark
able remedy breaks up a cold in one
night and is, without doubt, the very
bestmedicino for aR affections of the
throat and lungs.: It has cured thou
sands and wiR cure you. Itneverdis
appoints. Try it at once.
Will quickly heal Sore.Lungs.
Doses are small and-pieasant to take. Doctors
recommend it. Price 25 cents. At all draggists.
COMING AND OILNG.
Mr. J. P. Caldwell is north buying
his stook of spring goods.
Mrs. 0. W. Buchanan and children
rrived here Tuesday to spend the
Mr. Peak, a prominent young lawye
)f Union, spent a few days in town
Mr. A. W. Brown left Wednesday
norning for the north to purchase
ipring goods for Q. D. Williford.
Mr. Ed Porter will leave Friday for
Launton, Mass., where he takes a po
iltion with the Mason Machine Works.
Mr. T. K. Elliott hasireturned from
Washington and other points north.
Kis mission was in the interest of
L'he Winnsboro Bank.
Miss Watson, of Connecticut, has
Lcided to try the Winnsboro climate
or a few months. She will be with
Ir. Geo. H. Mc3Master's family.
Send your address to H. E. Bucklen
Co., Chicago, and get a free sample
ox of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A
rial will convince you of their merits,
hese pills are easy in action and are
articularly effective in the cure of
onstipation and Sick Headache. For
Falaria and Liver troubles they have
een proved invaluable. They are
aaranteed to be perfectly free from
rery deleterious substance and to be
rely vegetable. They do not weaken
y their action, but by giving tone to
:omach and bowels greatly invigorate
ie system. Regular size 25c. per.box.
ld by McMaster Co., Druggists. 2
THE FIRST FEESBYTERY.
The first presbytery meets in. the
. R. P. Church on -Monday, April
rd, and will be in session two or
tree days. About sixty delegates
ill be in attendance. A committee
. arrangements has been s.ppointed
r the session, consisting of Rev. C.
.McDonald, and Messrs. H. E.
etchin, W. H. Flenniken and J. E.
cDonald. This committee is; charged
ith the work of securing entertain
ent for the delegates, and assigning
te homes while they are among. -ns.
Mr. McDonald -requests us to say.
at this committee will meet this
'hursday) afternoon at Mr. WV..H.
enniken's office- to assign delegates
heir homes during the meeting.
ORDEEED TO MANILA
We take the following from the
Orders have been received at Fort
McHenry from tbe War Department
Instructing Battery B, of the Sixth
United States Artillery, to prepare to
move to San Francisoo as soon is pos
sible, there to take a transport for
Manila. Two light bat1hries of the
Sixth Artillery are already at Manila,
and the remaining batteriss have be-tn
The Sixth Artillery was organized
last spring, and its headquarters were
at Fort Mclienry. where its comn
nander, Col. E. B. Williston, now
brigadier-general, was stationed for
Battery B has many Baltimore men
in it. The battery will go away under
sommand of Lieut. Ri. H. McMaster-.
The other officers accomnpanying it
will be Lient. John K. Cree and Liemn
T. C Starbird. Tbere are now 17t
men in the battery, but it will be .e
.:rited up to the full strength of 200
-n within a few days.
Prot. Carl Mir dt's Sixth Artitiery
ard will go with the regiment to'
Mfanila. "I intend to give a farewell
:oncert before leaving Baltimore,"
aid Professor Mindt yesterdar.
Lient. R. H. McMaster is a son of
Mr. R. N. McMaster. From another
tem in the same paper it is possible
hat one of the batteries of the Six:h
rtillery may be stopped in Hawaii
[t is stated: "Two batteries of the
Sixth Artillery are in Manila an the
rmainder of she roeiment nnow dis
tr'buied along the Atlantio cpast is
under orders' to proceed thei. Al
though not yet settled it is pibable
two or more of these batteries will be
utilized for military service in Hawaii.
In that case they will be detached from
the expedition on its way to the
'or Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
There was published in yesterday'a
paper!a uews,item from The Wilming
ton-Messenger, setting forth that on
Friday last the business men of tha t
city through a 'committee of two gen
tlemen, paid over $690 to the several
negro lodges which owned The Record
building which was 'burned on the
1'.0th of November last, when the plant
,)f The Record was demolished. The
public knows all about this occurrence.
That paper had made an infamous
utterance and its office had to be
sacked. While this was in progress
the building caught fire and was con
sumerd. It was claimed at the time
and 'nas been claimed ever since that
the i e was accidental. We have our
doulro about that; it seems much
wore- o.ohable that the fire was de
iber.ly applied by some irresponsi
ble member of the mob-some light
headed, hot-headed person, such as
always attathes himself to a movement
Sof this character.
But however this may be, the point
upon which we would fit public at
tention is this: that the just and fair
minded people of Wilmington have
volntarily I paid for the building
burned. As said above, the printing
office had to be sacked; moreover, the
editor of the paper. bad to be driven
away. These things were acts of
justice-stern jaetice, it is true, but
jastice. But there was no purpose
to vi-it harm upon the innocent, and
whea harm came to the property of
orderly and unoffending negroes,
through uo fault of the good men of
ilington, they promptly, like the
just and generous people they are,
contributed the money and paid for it.
This proves that they do not hate the
ugro, as such, nor seek to panish him
ierely because be is black. The
mayor and chief of police whom they
ran eway were white; Manly, the C
cditor, black. All were ran off not C
because they were either black or C
white; not, primarily, because they t
were Republicans, but because they
wre bed citizens, disturbers of the
In paying for this Record building
the white people of Wilmington did
i-at was right; at the. same time
rqat was generous, liberal, as these c
tngs go. 1.
Beats the Kiondike.
Mr. A. 0. Thomas, of Marysville,
ex., has found a more valuable dis
>very than has yet been made in the t
'ondike. For years he suffered n- ~
ld agony from consumption, accom- t:
gnied by hemorrhages; and
>lutely cured by Dr. King' New li
iscovery f or Consumptio ughs
d Colds. 'He deci tha~t a is
little value in omparison wit this
arvelous <-- re; oud have it, even
f t co.ct hundred dollars a bottle.
st -a, Bronchitis and all throat and
un affections are positively cured by
Ki.ng's New Discovery for Con
mption. Trial bottles free at Mc
[ser Co.'s Drug Store. Reelar
zeO 0cts, a ud $1.00. Guaranteed to
re or price refanded. 2
sy, Quickly, Permanently Restored
evous Debilit, Lost Vitality SinalLse,g
sng Mmr-the result of O-ork Wnoury,
cor 50.can .osti~ and lastingrsuits in Sexual
tay se YELLO LABEL SECIL-obl
egt 'w -vill give strength and tone to eve~~pr
d etc a permanen1t cure. Cheapest an bs.
SPils S:: by madl.
lesilbegienrv with a $ hn, or ore ofMg
tic Nervine. free. Sold only~ by
J. J. OBEAR, Druggist,
Winnsboro, S. C.
SAML. LINDSAY, M. D.
WjNNSBORO, S. C.
Ofiec at Mrs. Ellen Cathcart's, next
or to Jno. H. McMaster & Co.'s Drug
ore.Night call at Winnsbore Hotel.
1,000 BALES PEAViA H AYi; uSc.
per hundred; $12.00 per ton.
10 toii "MIXED COW FEED"; $7.50
per- [on. Takes the place of cot
ton seed hulls and meal.
3l4f H. L. ELLIOTT.
A FRESH STOCK
To make soup delicious get
a can of Succotash.
FRESH BREAD AND
J3 S MoCarley_
Aew aas Complet Tratment, consisting
SU OSITORIES, Capsules of Ointment and tu
Bo. es 6f OintMent. A never-failing cure Jbr Pf
of dverguiatn re and degree.. It makes an operatic
Mthe kni.e, which s ful, ad ofter resid
in death, unnecessary.s r-hy endure this terrW
disewir We pack a Written Guarantea in eac
Si Box. No Cure, No Pay. rc. and ci a box, 6 fc
e5. Sent by mail. Samples ree
OINTMENT, 9o. and 50c.
CONSTIPATION " iv Pll.s"t
great LIVER and ST OMACH REGULATOR an
BLOOD PURIFIER. Small, mild and pleasa
to take: especially adapted for children's use.
doses 25 cents.
FREE.-A vial of these famous little Pellets w
be ;iven with a Si box or more of Pile Cure.
NOTICE-THz Grwuu4tr r;tzsu JAPANSE NL
CURE for sale ouly by
J. J. OBEAR, Druggist,
Winnsboro, S. C.
KING'S IMPROVED COTTO]
SEED. Price 50 cents per bushel, dE
lived at railroad.
W. S. HALL, SR.,
3-7-3t Mitford, S. C.
Which We Offer
CHEAP FOR CASH
- - TIME.
Ma W DOTY & 00.
T ERSIGNED HAS PUR.
h nterest of the estate of F.
ker ed, in the stock of goods
f Seigler, and solicits the
mpd people of Fairfield County.
f ai , and everything found
a aLERST-CLASS HARDWARE
TheN ie of the friends and cas
re * iA Seigier is fully ap
d he undersigned hopes
18 it to their interests to
J. W. SEIGLER.
IF YOU DO, DON'T
paint your house 'till you
It goes further and lasts
longer than other paint on
he market. Warranted
zo! t chalk, scale or peal
off like all other so-called
Remember, don't paint
until you have seon THE
H AMMER PAINT.
English Dairy .nd Pineapple Cheese.
EvaporatedFrnits of all kinds.
P'runes S lbs. for 25c.
A new variety >f N. Y. Biscuit Co.'
Pickert's Mackerel in tomato sauce.
Early June Pcau, Corn, String Beans
Pickled Salmon in 10 lb. kits.
Finest Soda Crackers in every threi
Chocolates and Bonbons fresh to-day
F. M. HABENICHIT
MWADE 'E AMAN
IS'* a a tud:r, buls o eul
met and eocf a U where allII
pckaee; .r aix pkges ( 1 traet+"e"U forp.
m2.Ai,i plain I nycat@itI",'"l
OF CALDWELL & :
We are now receiving the f
You people who want to get a
asked to look at our Prints, Pe:
Some extra bargains in these gc
We have also received a beau
Lawns, Checked Muslin, Dimi
are marking these goods e>:tra <
A good size Linen Towel at
Turkish Towels at 20C.. and 2
New Lot Gents'and Boys'Co:
and pretty pattern.
We want your business. We
goods at low prices than ever be
the Northern markets in a few
an elegant Spring Stock. Our c(
you in the best goods at lowest I
The CadwvaII Dry
00l R8(ol i..
Ouc Hidrd ani
Spring and Sui
JUST OPENED UP FROM
Alil th Latet $t
SQ. D. WIL
Mt1iol liStille a
The ne.t session beglns September 20,
pupil is required to pay an entrance fee
TUIN.-Scholars in the Graded Scho4
exept in oases where they take up extra s
One eitra, 75 ent,per month; two ectra,
Literary cearse, 75 eent. per a
Each higher course include au that pre<
Tereeori ofte scholairs of this uehe
esi st.ng ia bh igher eollee s is th4
W. H. WI
Cninlative Evid eoe
amoun of fre eadvertiig itreceive.
Exrc,Th "Bs Tonic, is lar~el
he giet te iespop1ty IS
aattaied. It i ndrsed by thou
makes strengh It givesprand p
health when every avonue of hope seems
to be losed.asfras alEta U
The "Best" Tonic, do not be led intou
declared ~rfect '
heWaoarith a r
bnefi forth leas amount of money is
oz le a You dgt deliver you
TO THE BUSINES%
RUFF ASKS YOUR
rst items of Spring Goods,
n early start for spring are
cales, Duck, Colored Piques.
ods in short lengths.
:iful line of White Goods
y, Pique, and Welts. We
heap. to start the season.
irl iq Towels.
1oc.; extra large and heavy
5c.; full stock in Huck and
ored Shirts; extra good value
are better 'prepared to sell
'ore. Our buyer will siart to
days and we expect to show
)nstant endeavor is to please
rices. Come and see us.
ONE OF THE BEST
NEW YORK CITY..
los arid IPop
tol S. C.
897, and ends June 24, 1898. Each
f 5 ents to meet contingent ex.
~di in the Oolgzt pteat.
1.00 per month.
siioal course, $15 per month.
d. Good board een be obtained
best gaate of ioen ec.
IN SPITE OF THE
~teness of the season, if
u prepare land well and
lant seed bought from
you will probably have
better garden than
sual this year.
BY BEA SED SON.
'hey are scarce and the
ice will go up.
BEAUTY OF HEBRON,
EA RLY ROSE and
I M -. a
GUARANTMID A7 ,IIhhI
ED AND EVERY CUSTMEBGETS
A WAGAIN FOR WE HAVE TUB
GOODS AND WE HAVE CUT TE
Send us your Wate werk and jew
atry jobs; we a better prepared thm
ever t* reader qdek service.
sad everything Ia job ha dws
as cheaply as anywhere elsn
GIVE US A CIANCI
IN ALL ITS -U4~
C teed teast al '.~
j. U, ULLaIW e