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te :W T e on d
st* b a birthday,
eni Sth iyi w obaerved
Dill b say im presu Will
do long remeanbne by
o t b p iedS~ The TeO io g
out oftesho rhood snapp
-1ra arounl te finally ran into
at ' se. Mr. Beaty
J. M. -was mad and shot
anybody. The num
about is increasing an
rs of dogs should keep a close
en their dogs and not let them
-t-A4t Brst annual -celebration of
the Ad hei a6ry Society of
Due estNtialeCollege on Friday
aght a very interesting programme
Was arried out. One of the most
interesting features of the ayening
was a debate upon tbe subject: Re
solved, That the fine arts are more
valable in education than the sciences.
Airmative, Laura B. Martin, Mamie
~. Brie.; negative, Jennie S. Cain,
Janie P. Flenniken. The judges de
taded In favor of the negative.
-Work on the chapel for the factory
vpatives wil! be begun soon. The
eecutive committee held a meeting a
few days ago and deeided to begin
work at once. They hope to have
evies In the chapel by summer, and
-ti-oped thatin this work they will
be helped by all. The land upon
which the chapel wil be built was
given by Mr. W. -B. Creiglt and the
money now on hand; eowards the
chapel buioding has beet hapcribed
by friends. The society't6 be organ
lued by the ladies will help a great
deal in the work to be done.
OS account of the Inclement weather
the Ladles' Home Missionary Society
tras not organised last Wednesday
eflernoon as was announeed. The
ladies will organize to-morrow evening
as o'clock at the Methodist Church.
The object of this society is to raise
funds to help build a chapel at the
factory and to assist in the Sunday
Sehool. We hope the ladies will all
manlfest an interest in this work which
ought to lie heavily on the hearts of al
otr people. All the ladies of the town
are cordially invited to be present
to-morrow vening at 5 o'clock.
comING AND 30INQ.
Mrs. T. F. Davis returned to Kl
lians on Monday.
Mr. F. C. Withers, of The State,
was in town on Monday.
* ~ Mr. David (i. Ellison came up frou
Columbia on Monday for a few dayi
stay at home.
Mrs. T. P. Yonnginer, of Wallace
-ylle, after spending a delightful viuii
to.the family of Mr. J. Frost Walker
'of Columbia, has returned home.
Rev. Knox Montgomery, sof Cincin
hit, Ohio, arrived here on Monda3
anIectured in the A. R P.~ Churcl
Monede night. cMr. Montgomery wai
entertaWed by Rev. C. E. McDonald.
* ~ Mrs. Jno' Memmo, who has beei
safering with .cry serious injuxrlie
'received from-a .L sometime since
is nvw convalescent.
Mire. Jas Cathcart -a little Jai
Eiley have recently made h&ort visi
to her mother.
Miss BesslOeMilling spent last.-,'
An entertainment was give~
Wiling Academy, by Mah
that *j5p~t~Itprononeed it
ral requests hal
its repitition. It wj
Th ie repat na few weeke
boos cees iH e se in gettin
Srthe school library. x*
Mr. A. C'.athe RlOadike.
T.,hsfoun 'homas, of Marysyilie
coia thn aa more valuzable ~
.-'k. For k*t B"ireId~un
told agony from coawption, accom
panied by hemorrhages; and was ab
Ssolutely cured by Dr. King's New
*Discovery for Consumption, Con.ghs
. and Colds. He declares that gold is
of little value in comparison with this
marvelous core: 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 ig's New Discovery for Con
so* o. Trial bottles free at Mc
Muster Co.'s Drug Store. Regular
- size 50 cts. anid $L.00. G anteda to
Post Seniors-LTz""1 y, %oW
Beaty, Mamie Ellisov, Mattie Martin,
Seniors-Louise McMaster, Jean
Juniors-Nannie Mobley, May Ten
Sth Grade-Bessie Miling, Annie
Ith Grade-Jas. Brice, Gaillard Eili
.th Grade-Laura Douglass, Rosa
5th Grade-Jas. Douglass, Shaw
Ketchin, Palmer Matthews, Ernest
rropet, Ella Beaty.
4th Grade -Willie Brockington,Wil
lie Doty, Spencer McCants.
3rd Grade-Tom Stewar'.
2nd Grade-Inez Ragsdate.
23t Grade-Dessie Clarke.
Farming operations in this section
are very much delayed on account of
3o much rain. Owing to the few
warm days the small grain crops look
very [promising, and more has been
planted in this section than for years.
The temperature has ranged very
ligh since the recent freezes, rea ing
80 in the shade.
Woodward and vicinity was vi 'ted
o'clock, continuing for some tii4e.
The railroad switch signal was blo*
across the track and struck by the
southbound Florida and torn to atoms.
The only damage done to the engins
was the number plate and lanterns
The railroad water tank has recently
been'painted, adding much to the ap
pearance of the.town.
The many friends of Mrs. B. W,
Stewart, ,who has been critically ill
for some time will be glad to know
she is liproving very rapidly.
Mrs. T. W. Brice spent a few days
in Chester last week visiting relatives.
Mrs. J. M. Coleman, of Chester, is
visiting Mr. J. T. Coleman and fumily
of this place. Agricola.
March 20, '99.
]!'r Infants and Children.
The Kind Yos Have Always Bought
SInature of ,
Just as we were watching with
eager interest for the swelling buds to
put forth their fresh green leaves and
the warm, balmy air reminded us of
approaching spring, then it was that
winter dispelled the vain delusion and
made us feel most forcibly her pree
*~~ ~ A p -r W ~ind,
blackbris and a good garden will
Shave to maSk up the deficiency.
An ~esing account of the cele
~. of Mr. and Mrs. Arp's golden
ding anniversary appeared in the
t issue of the Atlanta Constitution,
Sand Bill Arp's secount of bis court
e ip was amusing indeed. His humor
S.s letters would cause a smile to flit
~~ the most sober countenance.
~ e iay night the 10th ins
Counts' kic t o
G.e tC- ,JlLe roof but
fre; the meguished before any
they WWMs done. The ire originated
ia box of ashes which had been
Yeft under the room.
We regret to say that Mr. Counts
and family are to leave soon for Union
County where they expect to make
their home in future. Mr. L. M. Blair
Is to occupy the house vacated by Mr.
The infant son ot Mr. R. L. Wilks,
who has been quite ill with pneumonia,
Mesrs. Tommie McMeeki., and
Thos. 0. Blair, of this neighborhood,
paid a flying trip to Jenkinsville re
Mrch 17, 1899.
ord as to "the rights of
order. Let everybody,
ng, lady or gentleman,
ed, simply keep to their
ing other people. Bearing
is rule and practising it, cal
ivating too the spirit of courtesy, each
individual will enjoy all his rights,
while recording the same to his neigh.
bor. Our colored citizens and their
children have equal right with us to
the legitimate use of streets and side
walks; this we know is universally
recognized by the white people, and is
Finally let no one attempt to keep to
te ''inside" when it is the wrong side:
and do mot monopolize the pavement
by walking in columns four or five
long, thus forcing others to the curbA
stone or even into the gutter.
May tnis be the last of this r-gieas
ant subject. Charles S owight.
March 20, 1899.
Send your address to H. E. Bucklen
&Co., Chi o, and get a free sample
bx of D)r. 'ing's New Life rills. A
ial will convince you of their merits.
Tese pills are easy in action and are
sricularly effective in the cure of
onstipation and Sick Headache. For
alaria and Liver troubles they have
:en proved invaluable. They are
garanteed to be perfectly free from
very deleterious substance and to be
prely vegetable. They do not weaken
y their action, but by giving.tone to
omach and bowels greatly invigoratt
e system. Regular size 25c. per.box.
old by McMaster Co., Druggists. 2
Mr. Editor: most heartily com
end the following plan of one of our
erchants. He collects all his old
pers and magazines and carries them
ohis store. These are distributed to
~e operatives from the factory, when
tey are up town. This is a very
a'll thing to do; it costs neither
me. nor money; it only requires a
Itle thoughtfulness. But as small a
matter as it may seem, it may have
ery far-reaching results. The best
hing to do with the printed page is to
pss it on to others. This far sur
passes destroying or storing away in
h garrets. Others would do a good
thing by imitating this excellent ex
Riht in this connection, 'we might*
ay that it was just in this way that
e Land-a-Hand ibraries were first
organized. All books and periodicals
i had been read and that were not
atu were collected into a common
yoemo and made the foundation f>r a
bie library. This example has been
ntted by hundreds of other cities.
h many cases these libraries hare got
en large numbers of duplicate copies.
ll such copies by a fixed rnle are
passed on to other libraries without
It may also be added that there are
severail organizations for the distinct
rpose of collecting old books and
periodicals, which are systematically
distributed among tenants of the cities
nd the rural schools. But the pity,
of it is we have to add that nearly
every such organization is "up North."
Stuose~who have old papers or
books that they are making no use of
nd that they would like to see placed
in the hands of others, I will, throngh
the aid of the merchant, wbo has set us
ll such a worthy example, be pleased
o pass them on. Ve:-y trulY,
J. Fry~k Foosbe.
March 20s 1899.
Esily, Quickly, Permanently Restored
~AGNETC NERVIN e
Ke o Care Insemnia, Fits, Dizziness, Hysteria,
*svous Debility, Lost Vitality. Seminal Losses,
:inig Memory-the result of Over-work. Worry,
-i:2s. Err o6 bYouth or Over-indulgence.
Foi quick, psitive nd lasting results in Sexual
vitai;y. use YELLOW LABEL. SPEcIAL-doul.e
-rngti: wl give strength and tone to every part
Seffe't a t,ermanent cure. Che:apest and best.
Plls $. hv mail.
CREE-A bottle of t be famous. Japaniesc Liver
'ets will be given wit h a Si box or more of Mag
ctic Nervinev. free. Sold only by
J. J. OBEAR, Druggist,
Winnsboro, S. C.
SAML. LINDSAY, M. D.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Office at Mrs. Ellen Cathcart's, acxt
door to Jno. H. McMaster & Co.'s Dru
Stoght call at Winsboro Hotel.
ce ~ ts per bashel, de
W. S. HALL, SR.,
3-7-36. Mitford, S. C.
- - aTIME. - --
T HE UND3!RSIGNED H AS PUR
Shased the intrest of the estate of F.
er g, deceasd,i thea stock of goods
trade of the peple of Fairfield County.
-Fea llef MeW,8dl
of all kinds,ind everything found
in a FIRSTOLASS HARDWARE
The tradeo,f the friends and cus
thiey ma ndi to their 1 terestst
J. W. 82IGLER.
English Dairy:'and. i'apple Cheese,
Ev.iporated Fruits tall kinds.
Prrnoes, 8 lbs. br 25c.
A new v& kf- *f N. fr. Biscnit Co.'
Pickert's ak4i toiat sauce.
Early June Peas, prn, String Beans.
Pickled Salmo n1 1l:kits.
Finest Soda Craskert in' every three
Chocolates and onbo s fresh to-day.
F. M. IABENICH T.
IF YOU bo, DON'r
paint your hi;e 'till you
It goes furti r and lasts
longer than o~ er paint on
the market. Warranted
not to chalk, l~e or peal
off like all otL so-called
Remember, 9n't paint
until you have seen T HE
Linen Towel at i
owels at 20c. and 25(
New Lot Gents' and Boys'C oloi
and pretty pattern.
We want your business. We
googs at low prices than ever befo
.fie Northern markets in a few
in elegant Spring Stock. Our cot
you in the best goods at lowest pr
The Cadwell -Dry, (
OII Hilurd ad
Spring and Sur
as -pNTPU PROlI
SQ. D. WILl
St, 2iOll Illtiltite a
TUITGN.--Scholars in the Graded School
)ne extra, 75 eet per month; two era at
Literary course, 75 cents per moi
Scientific couree, I
Each higher course include all that preces
erecord of the solals of this school:
hei ebading in he higher colleges, is the b
W. H. WIG~
A F'RESH STOCK
ANNED PEAS, you
OLUMBIA RIVER us,3
DESSERT PEACHES, usU
To make soup delicious get
can of Succotash. TR
FRESH BREAD AND B]
J. S. McCarley. PE
or spring are
n short lengths.
11 line of White Goods
Pique, and Welts. We
,ap to start the season.
a iq Towels.
>c.; extra large and heavy
.; full stock in Huck and
edShirts; extra good value
tre better 'prepared to sell
re. Our buyer will siart to
lays and we expect to show
stant endeavor is to please
ces. Come, and see us.
>EW Y R-CITY.
(A S. C.
97, and ends June 24, 1398. .]!ach
50 cents to meet contigi ex.
iei the Cleg ate Departmnt.
1.00 per month. . ^
cal course, $1.M0per month.
l. Good board can be obtained
st guarate of e effeney.
N SPITE OF THE
ness of the season, if
prepare land well and
it seed bought from
ou will probably have
better garden thar
al this year.
yare scarce and the
e will go up.
IAUTY OF HEBRON,
EARLY ROSE and
OUR E& Mi mR
GUARANTEED AS .RWFES=Ta
ED AND EVERY CUSTOMIR GTS
A BARGAIN, FOR WE HAYM TER
GOODS AND WE 9AVE CWT TEX
Send as your watch work sad Jew
,elry jobs; wear better prepared thu
ever to reader uick service.
TrieekFe P8 a ear is sAse
WekIy,,1.50 a Year lvin s.
and everythiqg l ob Mae dems
as cheaply as saywhets elmse
GIVE US ACIANCI
vYery peaxy sipeat at
hoa.e is-keipt at home.
IN ALL ITS -*ATEN
with a fall so~Cses ea
sad use ofke
tate for a abass t
Cas attededttoa sheisa
11m rawss pn amer