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Sarday, Mareh 18, - - 189C
-Friday was St. Patrick's Day bul
the day passed without a celebration
of "a-y kind by the sons of Ireland
who live here.
-The latest from the war depart
mont in regard to the v'innteer troops
in Cuba, is that all of the troops wi!h
the exception of the 3rd volunteir
engineers will be mattered out The
engineers will be retained in the ser
vise as there is probably much work
-or them to do in the island.
-Henry Lee went into W. C.
Beaty's stere on Wednesday, said he
wanted a cheque for for $1.30 and
gave the money for it. He quietly
put a seven before the one making it
$71.30. He was arrested near Black
stock and is now in jail. His home
is near Langford, Chester county.
-Rev. Mr. Freeman and family ar
rived in town on Thursday and are
settied in the Baptist parsonage, and
Mr Freeman will take charge of the
Winnsboro and :Ridgeway churches
These two churches have for some
time been without a pastor and the
congregations are delighted to have
secured inch an able man as their
pastor. Mr. Freeman will preach
his first sermon in the Baptist Church
on Sunday Smoruin and evening.
-L-a McDuffie, a highly respec' a
ble <Aoredwoman, died at her home
here on Wedneday. -. the 81st year
of her age. She belonzed to the class
of negroes that is so fast disappearing
and that will be so sadly missed.
Good. faithful, humble and perfectly
trustworthy, she was an example to
all who knew her and to the last she
never wavered in her devotion to
those to whom she belonged in ante
bellam days. We can but ill aford
to lose colored people like her.
-As is announced elsewhere in i
these columns by Rev. C. E. McDonald,
Rev. J. Knox Montgomery, of Cia- t
cinuati, Ohio, will deliver a lecture in I
the A. R. P. Church on Monday night. 0
The press notices of Mr. Montgomery's V
lectures are highly complimentary, s
and in every place where his lectures It
have been delivered he has made a de- b
lghtfal impression. We hope that a 0
large audience will attend this Ifctare, *
for judgitg by the newspaper criti- a
cisms of his lectures he will be worth 1
-It is highly probable that an invi
tation will be extended to President
Woodward to delivei- his lecture on
Timrod in Winnsboro sometime inthe ..
near future. The matter is being con
sderedby some of th8 gentlemen and
u ail.zwho have been approached on R
the subject seem anxious that Presi- a
dent Woodward be invited he will m
probably be asked. If he consents to at
come to innsboro then we have a at
treat in fornus and it '1
er grat peasure
-The ef~,t~ of the cold upon the
peach trees can be very plainly seen
now. Usually at this season the
peach trees are a8 iass,of blossoIlms
mnd now, a peach tree in full blossomn
is a rare sight. The valuable -trees
seem to have been more injured than "
those that have srung -.up in- o,ld
-- eLds/for the- lattir have bloomed a
-little while very few, if any, o1fthe a
valuable trees have bloomed. Fi
same report comes from all over the
State and all of the peach trees have F
met with the same fate. ;
-Smallpox has ma&de itus appearance ti
in Edgefield county~-ai'd' there are. pi
nearly one hundred cases. So far the P
disease has been cnie tothe
negroes but the white people are very
much excited over thelappearance of L
- the disease. In North Carolina the
smallpx has spi'ead to an alarming
degre', and it has made its appearaace
in twe.u~y counties of thy State. As
long as this awfut diaease continues
to spread it would be well for the
town authorities io use every pre
cauti to keep it out of Winnsboro. b
We h-.v be fortunate e:iough to be hi
witheait a single case so far but unless a
it is airictly guarded against it may t
appear here. i
-it seems that the Timrod Memot i
rial Associationl have not met with C
the success that they expected and are
disappointed that the people of the
State bave taken so little interest int
thejwork of the association. I: is to P
be greatly' regretted that these men
who are working so hard to raise aC
itting memorial to the dead poet
shoald not meet with the bearty co- h
opera:ion of the people of the State,
and it is to be hoped that they will stir
themselves and that each and every
person who has it in their power writi
purchase a volume of .Timirod's poemst
and thereby contribute to this work.
Miss Charlotte AlIston has been ap
*pointed agent for this book in Winnis
boro and will receive orders for it.(
The book is expected to be out in
April and contains a complete collec
tion of Timrod's poems.
EaenIy,Quickly, Permanently Restored
raus Debility, Lost vitality, Seminal Loss
~ itr Memtory-the usl of Over-wnk, Wor-y.
* s,s Errors of Ye.'.h Lr Over-mrdulgence.
rica~ sOc. and 51: 6 boxes $5
F'or quick, positive and lasting~ results ina Sexual
X ta semYELLO LABEL SPEcIL-dQge
*.trength-- will give strength and tone to every :e .:
aad eff:ct a permanenit cure. Cheapest and bst..
r RE-A bottle of the' fam'ous lspan.ee Liver
e :ts wilbe giv~en wit.h,a$: h;lvm, :of.
J. J. OBEAR, Druggist,
Winnsboro, S. C.
Sore lu-q. pain in the rebandpain
ful breathing are quickly relieved, nd
cured by the old reliable specific, Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup. This remark
able remedy breaks up a cold in one
night and is, without doubt, the very
best medicine for all affections of the
throat and lungs. It has cured thou
sands and will cure you. Itneverdis
.appoints. Try it at once.
Will quickly heal Sore Lungs.
Doses are sma and pleasant to take. - Doctors
recommend it. Price 25 cents. At all druggists.
COMING AND ;OING.
Mrs. Chas. Gooding returned to
Macon on Friday.
Mr. J. P. Caldwell returns to-day
from a trip to northern markets.
Mr. ind Mrs. Wm. Bostic, who
have spent the winter in Winnsboro,
left on Friday for their home in
Mr. John N. Lemaster, a prominent
citizen of Ridgeway, was in the city
last week. Mr. Lemaster formerly
lived in this county and has ma!y
friends here who ar- always glad to
see him .-Union Times.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
A JOKE ON THE TEACHER
Our school (Bethel) is progressing
ery nicely under the care of a forget
al teacher, who came to school bright
nd early Monday morning without
be key, and had to send about five or i
ix miles to get a screw-driver to tako
f the lock, in order to teach school
at day; in the meantime she sat with
me of the pupils on the wood-pile 0
watch the passers-by. But this wll.0
looked ove- of coarse, as she is
e of the best, sweetest and the easi
;t teacher we have ever had. The
hool will last about four months
nger, and by that time we will all be
adated. S. and M.
March -15, 1899. i
CHURCH SERVICES. a;
Services will be held in the follow
g churches on Sunday:
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
v. C. E. McDonald. Service at 11
m and 7.15 p. mn. Young men'sW
eting at 3.15.p. mn. Sunday School
4 p. mn. Prayer meeting Wedn'esday ce
m. Sujiday School at 10 a. m. Ser- p
~es.o Frda at 4 p~ mn.
resbyterian-11 a. m. by the pas- J.
. Sunday School at 4 p. in. Prayer C.
sting Wednesday at 4 p. mn.
Methodist-11 a. in. by the pastor. g
nday tSchool at 4 p. m. Prayer- a
eting Wednesday at.'4 p. -m.
Baptist-Preaching at 11 a. mn. and
16p. mn.by the pastor. Sunday School.
10 a. m. t
: ukiea's Arnica salve.
he Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
ises, Sor'es, Ulcers, Salt -Rheunm, cx
~ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, he
ilblins, Cornst.nd all Skin Erup- hi
ns, andpositively ures Piles, or no
y required. it is guar-anteed to give .h
rfect satisfaction, or money refund
. Price 25 cent.s per box. For sale .
ETURE AT THE A. E. P. CHURCH.
have invited Rev. J.-Knox Mont-[I
mery, pastor, of the First United ct
~esbyterian Church, of Cincinnati, 0:
io, to deliver one of his lectures in tE
e A. R. P. Church on Monday night,
No admission fee will be charged,
t a voluntary collection will be takcn
~ter the lecture to deiray expenses. d
r. Montgomery is in the South for S
e benefit of his health, and is preach
g this month in the First A. R P
mrch, of Charlotte, N. C.; dnuing
'r. Chalmers' illness.
Tbe lecturer is a personal friend of
in, w boin I have heard with gr:eat1
Leasure. He. has three lecture, viz:
dep Somnbody," "Cain, Pharaoh and
mpny," and "The Churchl that
lets There.' " Press notices speak in
ghest terms of these lectures. They
ve been delivered in many places,
d have always met with unqualified
probation. He is a scholar and an
rator, and never fails to instruct and
lease an audience. High and noble
oughts interspersed with bright wit
nrcterize. these lectures. I do not
now which lecture he will give, but
n sure all will be pleased with either
ne. I wish to extend a cordial invi
ation to all the people of our town to
iear him. . C. E. McDonald.
Beats the Kiondike.
Mr. A. C. Thomas, of Marysville,
rex., has found a more valuable dis
:overy than has yet been made in the
Elondike. For years be snffered un
old agony from consumption, accomn
anied by'hemorrhages; and was ao
~olutey cured by Dr. King's NewI
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
ud Colds. He declares that gola is
t little value in comparison with this
narvelous cure; would have it, even
if it cost a hundred dollars a bottle.
Asthma Bronchitis and all throat and
lung affections are positively cured by
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-|
suiption. Trial bottles free at $!.j
Mnser Co.'s Drug Store. Regula.r
size 50 ets and $1.00. Guairanteed to;
ure or price refunded.
DEATH OF MRS. R. M'GALLO
From the Lancayter Roview.
After an illness of about th
weeks, Airs. Mattie J. Galloway,
devoted wi'e 6rour fellow-towns
Dr. 1. M. Galloway, died last Sana
rer' at 2 o'clock, at their new res
deuce in West Ead. Her death was
particuiarly sad one. Up to this
weeks ago she was a perfect picture c
good health, handsome in face an
form, happy and contented in he
awtrae*ve new hime and in th- lovin
comapainonship of tier faithful an
affectionate husband and bright littl
daughter just beginning to prattle
and had every promise of a long fif
of continued happiness before her
But her untimely demise is but anothe:
reminder of the uncertainty of life and
the certainty of death.
Mr-. Gulloway was just in the prim(
of her magnificent womanhood, hav
ing been only thirty-one years of age
the 14th of February last. Of char.
ing personality, dignified but amiable,
sociable and generous-hearted, loyal
in her friendship ud fondly attached
to her loved ones, she was indeed a
favorite with all with whom she came
in c3atact and an idol of her honse
hoid. She was self-sacrificing in her
deye-ti. to her busband and child,
ever oll the alert for something in her
to d > which would teud to ad
va_ meir interests and contribute to
tbei:oofrt and welfare. By her
watchiul care, genial nature, uniform
:heerfulness and unbounded love her
4ome was made an ideal one. She
was a consitent member of the Math
>Aist Church and was active and zeal
>u in the performance of all her
al.i:Lian duties and charity work.
MIrs. Galloway was a daughter of
ar. J. C. Mackorell, of Blackstock,
Lnd was born and raised in Fairfield
ounty. She was married to Dr.
Jalloway the 26th of October, 1892.
u- one child blessed their union, little
.barlotte, now less than two years old.
;si-,es the heart-broken husband and
he little daughter, she leaves surviv
g her the following bro.hers and
isters: Messrs. R. J., J. B. and Jake
lackorell and Mrs. Margaret Milling,
f this place; Mr. W. 11. Mackorell,
f Winnsboro; Mrs. Frank Barford,
f Atlanta; and Miss Pet Mackorell,
Her remains were laid to rest in the
w cemetery Monday afternoon at 4
clock, after solemn and deeply im
essive funeral services conducted in
e Methodist Church. Rev. J. H.
>dridge, of the Baptist Church,
sisted by Rev. Chalmers Fraser, of
e Presbyterian Chnrch, officiated,
e pastor of the deceased, Rev. J. E.
rlisie, being too .sick to attend.
>twithstanding the inclemency of the
rater, a large concourse of sympa- I
zing friends were present at the
rch servilies and followed the corpse
its last resting place, wheritga.
segoies were n
The following gentlemen acted as
il-bearers: Maj. J. M. Rtiddle, R. E.
ylie, Esq., Mr. T. S. Carter, Mr.
L. Poag, Mr. E. C. Secrest and Mr.
-aitm The Kind Yeu Iiaie Alays BQught
[t is very hard to stand idly by and
e our dear ones suffer while awaiting
.e arrivalot the doctor. An Albany
. Y.) :dairyman called at a drug
re there for a doctor to come and
e his child, then very sick with
up. Not finding the doctor in, he
Ft word for him to come at once on
s return. He also bought a bottle of
amberlain's Cough Remedy, which'
hoped would give some relief until
e d:ictor should arrive. In a few
urs be "returned, saying the doctor
~ed not-come, as the ehild was much
~tter. The druggist, Mr. Otto Sholz,
ys the family has since recommended
amberlain's Cough Remedy to their
lanors and friends until he has a
~nstant demand for it from that part
the coutry. For sale by Mcs.fas
SAML. LINDSAY, M. D.
WINNsBORO, S. C.
fficc at Mrs. Ellen Catheart's, next
or to Jno. H. McMaster & Co.'s Drug
UNight call at Winnsboro Hotel.
000 BALES PEAVINE HAY; 65c.
per hundred; $12.00 per ton.
) on./"MIXED COW FEED"; S7.50
ner ton? Takes the place of cot
ton seed hulls and meal.
S 140f [H. L. ELLIOTT.
A FIRESJH STOCK
To make soup delicious get
~.can of Succotash.
FRESH BREAD AND
J. S. McCarlev.
ewComplete Treatment, consisting of
PiOs IES, Capiples of Ointment and two
yBoxtes of @.nt. A never-faicZn cure for Ples
ofevery e and degree. Ito2kesanoperatio
j- with the L. hich ful, and often results
in death, ;0',aaary! Why endure this terrMble
I disease? pack a Written Guarantee in each
$1 8ox. Nure, No Pzy. so.and ji a box, 6 for
e S5 sent hail. Samples ree
f OLMENT, 25e. and 50s.
('rtNOTAT(ThICurod, Piles Prevented, by
CONSTU IONI'"Japaese Liver Peets, the
r reat LIV and STOMACK REGULATOR ad
I;LOOD ;LIFIER. Sma!l, mdld and pleasant
to take: ecially adapted for children's use. 50
dlOSeS 25 C4.
FIREE viz] of these farmau& little Pellets will
e b given a $i box or more of Pile Cure.
NOTICE41E GENUINE FRESH JAPANESE Ls
CURa for sonly by
e .I J. OBEAR, Druggist,
Winnsboro, S. C.
KING IMPROVED COTTON
SEED. rice 50 cents per bushel, de
lived at iroad.
W. S. HALL, SR.,
3 7-St Mitford, S. C.
'hich We Ofier
CHAP FOR CASH
M, ll,DOTY & COz
THE TNDERSIGNED HAS PUR
chased tln interest of the estate of F.
Gerig, de:iased, in the stock of goods
of Gerig .& Seigler, and solicits the
trade of the people of Fairdeld County.
>f all kinds, and everything found
n a FIRST-CLASS HARDWARE
The trade of the friends and cus
omers of Ga Seigler is fully ap
>reciated, ndersigned hopes
hey ma "eir interests to
IF YOU DO, DON'T
paint your ho use 'till you
It goes further and lasts
lauger than other paint on
'he market. Warranted
::ot t-, chal1k, scale or peal
off iUke all other so-called
Remember, don't paint
until you have Eeen T HE
English Dairy and Pineapple Cheese.
Evaporated Fruits of all kinds.
Prunes, 3 lbs. for 25c.
A new variety of N. Y. Biscuit Co.'
Pickert's Mackerel in tomato sauce.
Early June Peas, corn, String Beans.
Pickled Salmon in 10 lb. kits.
Finest Soda Craskers in every three
Chocolates and Bonbons fresh to-day.
F. M. HABENICHIT.
MADE ME A MAN
fit a man Tr study, buminesser mnig
n r d [ 10eciy
OF CALDWELL & I
We are now receiving the fil
You people who want to get ai
asked to look at our Prints, Per
Some extra bargains in these go
We have also received a beaut
Lawns, Checked Muslin, Dimil
are marking these goods extra c
A good size Linen Towel at
Turkish Towels at 2oc. and 2
New Lot Gents' and Boys' Col
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 Cadwell ry
uo Hued O(
Spring and Su
Aill tla Latest &t
Q. D. WIL
Mt. Mil InStitte a
The next session begins September 20,
ppil is required to pay an entrance fee
TrI N.--Scholars5 in the Graded Scho
O~eextra, 7 cents per moth; two era
Literary course, 75 cents per n
ash higher~ course inelude all that pre
The nrecor of te sokelaa2 of this s@hOc
WFrfueer partilars addres,ist
W. H. W]
Aoo of meiay artcle is thej
Extrat Te "Bs"Tonic,e latgl
dtho onte eo' tellig anoher 9
teUntedtates.v Itrluefan t
he gien Itthe en r se h~anI
sands of physicians an ptents Igo Y
health w e vr avenue of hope seemsu
The Best Tonic do ot beldnt
buynr mtha ngPab s e.Mayaltt 1
tle Wori's Fair,
bnefit for the least amount of money Is
to have you druggit deliver you a
TO THE BUSINESS
UFF ASKS YOUR
-st items of Spring Goods.
a early start for spring are
cales, Duck, Colored Piques.
:ds in short lengths.
iful line of White Goods
y, Pique, and Welts. We
heap to start the season.
ip iq Towels.
ioc.; ectra 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.
NEW YOR IY
ulos anid Pop
1897, and end June 24, 188 Eah
tdie in tne Cullegiate Department.
$1.00 per month.
sical course, $1.50 per month.
ede. Good board can be obtained
best guarante of is. effcency.sa
I HERCW, Principal.
IN SPITE OF THE
iteness of the season, if
ou prepare land well and
lant seed bought from
s you will probably have
better garden than
sual this year.
[hey are scarce and the
>rice will go up.
BEA UTY OF HEBRON,
EARLY ROSE and
No 111.16 StB
GUARAXT33 MA RISST.
ED AND EVERY CUXM;R#WVE8
A BARGAIN. POZ WE HAVE TU3
6OODS AND WX NAVE CUT TU
Send us your wateb work ad jow
stry jobs; we ar bOr prepare& the"
ever to reader quick setlce
Tri-W klw IS a 0~
and overythi.g in job Ese doe
as ceaply as saywhes Ales sa
GIVE USA CIANCI
Every penny apent St
home. is kept at hoe
IN- ALL ITS ,IFAJTIqIs .
with a ialI stock of Caskets,
Cases ad CoSasi .enstaatly .at a,
and use of hearse who en ueti
Cale ettoaded to atoll bos.