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NEWS* AND HERALD*
PUALSL'ED TRI- WEBELY
-AND HERALD COMPA. I
gice. -1-%. IN ADVANCE:
3~r.t. - - - as.0o
~ l,t'ii - -- - 1.50
WINNSBORO, S. C.
t'eslay April 4. - - 1899
C"OSING EXE]LCISES OF ASBURY
- 'Prayer-by Mr. Jno. Wooten.
.When I Am a Man -Robert Rey
Where are the Girls?-L-tra Lorick.
Me &ad Jim-Lily L:ric-%
*-Sunshine or Shadow (Tableau) -
-in.uie Braswell, Laura L-)rick, Ben
A B)yrs Opinions of Corns-Brook s
Creown Giory-Wili Blizzard.
hen I was Young--Cirrie Beas
well, Lily Loriek.
fortane Teller (r-abeau)-Henri:
- Ota Blizzird, B.le Reynolds, 'Juo.
Avleep at the S..vitc h -John Mi:es.
.wo Lives and a Life-Minuiv
All Quiet Along the Potomac -Belle
- Thq Young Dentist (Tableau)
John Blizzird, L3wis Neally, Julia
The Wich in Billeville-James
Tired Oat (Tableau)-Robert Bliz,
Conquered Banner-Bealah Wooten.
A Slight Scare-Jalia Nfiles, Henri
etta Blizzard, Juo. Miles, Carrie Bras
In- the Mining-Alice Wooten.
My New Slate-Hampton Lrick.
The Gamblerl. Wife-2"arrie Bra3
Raise the Gates ( rablau) - Jessie
Proctor, Gaorge Raines, Liura Lorick.
Evanescext Glory-'apt. James
- Lorick, Soldiers: Le wis Neally ,
Brooks Raines, Roland Reynolds,
George Raipes, Jesse Neally, Hamnp
ton L.orick, Willie Blizzird, Robert
*Reynolds, Robert Blizzard.
*Nobody's Child-Lionie IBrauwell.
Hopeless Farmer-James Lorick.
- Xate Shelby-Julia Miles.
Antony and Cleopatra-Ali'es Woo
-A Family Not to Pattecn After
Mr. A. L. Dunn, Miss .M. M. Hinnant,
Willie~ Blizzard5 nilg:2aines, Ren
~ii Wooten, George Raines, Robert
Roand. Reynolds, Hampton
-The Maniac-Lily Lorick.
-ERening Prayer (Tablean)-Child:
Minnie- Wooten; Angel: Beulah W.
Blythewood, April 1, '99. .
Before the discovery of One Minute
.Cough. Cnre,- ministers, were greatly
disturbed by congbhing congregations.
No excuse for it now. McMaster Co.
A MORAL TOWN.
Your humble scribe having returned
*from a trip to Winnsboro, where he
*went -to gather and ship smne cattle,
- -I will try to igive The- Lantern a few
tems. By the way, Mr. Ed1itor, IcanI
ay that Winnsboro is the most moral
-tovro I have visited in this State or
an'y other state, to its size, and I have
been in many towns i e this state,
- Georgia, Florida and No , 'Jaroli..
I find some of the best i, >.,le there
that I have ever met anywhe~re. I
a strictly just and honest men very
* earce but I find some in this .good old
*tQn,. Qa m)st .assuredly.. If yber
-adsribe felt inclined to go to town to
-raise and; educate. . his children he
-would go.to Winrrsboro, as thev have
-a gotd sch,ol, carried ou by Prof.
- -Witherow and other very efficent
teachers, and her church facilities are
* - very .good. Although the charches
are smadl and behind the times, they
are neat and comfortable.
While this lovely lindle towni is far
behind as to modern conveniences and
modern improvements, she can roast
ot a very fine cotton -mill and ani ol:
mill, etc., aind they certainlv are far
ahead in morality I k::ow wvbereof I
speak, as I am thrown with all classes
or people in my business. We did~
not intend saying so mueh about this
little town, as we are .not writimg p:
*I have had the. pleasure of meeting
-many of my old school mazes in Fair
'feld,.county and o!d friends of niy
fathef and grandfather, which re
minds me that onr family name was
- ~t one time very numerous in :n
d cear old county, but it is almost ex
tiuct, asl know of but two of the
-Dame. I bad the pleasure of meeting
- one of these, but as businen~ was
pressing me I saw but little of him,
- ut I hope to make a viait to old Fair
field some time ere long.
* March 27, '99 Clod bopper.
.As. the season of tbe year when
pneumonia, Ia grippe. sore throat.
con;ghs, colds, catarrh, bronchitis and
luha troubles are to be guarded against,
- bothing "is a fine substitute," will
"answer . tepurpose," or is '-jaar at
good"- as'. ne Minnte Cough Cure.
*Thy' is the one intallibie remedy for:
all lung, throat or bronchial troubles
Insist vigorously upon having it if
"something else" is off'ered -:rou. Mc
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
Wilreas, God in his infiite wiso
has ee*i proper &o remove from c,*r
m.dst our esteemed and worthy bro.
er, J. R. Broom, we feel deeply t:
lois of our brother, he being one of,
our taithful members. Though he was
in feeble health for several months,
was a patient and uncompliniuz su
ferer. He was gentle and kind in his
dealings; but, a.as! h3 is gone. We
mourn tae death of our broAher, but
not like ihose tb .- have no hope, for
while his body rests in the silent grave
we h%ve a responsive hope that his
spirit is in the beautiful Home of the
soul where sickness and sorrow, pain
and death are felt and feared no more;
and we trast be is now feasting on the
beauties and r,lories of the heavenly
world. Therefore, be it resolved:
1. We, the brother comrad-s of
Camp HooJ, No. 11GS, do sincerely
lament the departure of one of our
members, endeared to us by his
uniform good deoortment and his
kind and gentl way.
1. That in his death the camp and
comrades hive lost a worthy member
and the commanity a good citizen.
3. That as a mark of respect to the
memory ot our deceased brother there
be left a blank poge in our minute
4. That we deeply sympathize with
his relatives in their bereavement and
5. That these resolutions be sent to
the Winnsboro NEWS AND *EREnALD to
be published and that a copy be sent
to hiq family.
. A. Dunn,
W. J. Hagood,
"Give a liver regulator and I can
regulate the world," said a genius.
The druggist banded him a bottle of
DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the:
famous little rills. McMaster Co.
NEWS FRO'3 BUCK LICK.
Easter was a beautiful day, L.ut;
ne%rly every wh:te perion in the
CoZntry wC' aVay to spend the.dav
with friends in RidgeV7ay and
Mitford. Therefore it was exceed
ingly qaiet for those of us who re
mained at home.
Mr. L. S. Metilchimpe, frow Wit
li-tot1, paid his brother here a ftying
isit last week. It has been severa!
years since he was in our coantry and
we were a:1 delig.ted to iee bi7
In cur last new s e announced the
Pea's Ferry was open for travel.
But we were a :ittia previous abut
the matter as our friend, Mr. L. D.
Roboson, of Winrsboro, found out.
You can cross now, Mr. Robinson, as
Mr. David Crawford croised there
Saturday with- horses, mules and
Mr. Wray, of Ridgeway, has poles
hauled out on the way to his place
here with the view of having a tele
phone line put up from Ridgeway to
SA good many from here attended a
picnic Saturday just across the river
from Mr. B. F. Cassels' place.
Mr. John Hollis has beeni commis
sioned Magistrate for this district.
He has had some work to do in that
apacity already. M. C, P.
April 3, '99.
Regardless of Age.
The kidneys are responsible for
more sickness, eufferinig, and deaths
than any other organs of the body.
A majority of the ills afflicting.pe:>
pIe to-day is traceable to kidney trou
ble. It prevades all classes of so
ciety, in all climates, regardless o
age, sex or condition.
The symptoms of kidney trouble are
unmistakable, such as rheumatism,;
neuralgia, sleeplessness, pain or dull
ache in the back, a desire to urinate
often day or night, profuse or scan ty
- Uric acid, or brick-dast deposit in
urine are signs of clogged kidneys,
causing poisoned and germ-filled
blood. Sometimes the heart u
badly, and tube casts (wasting or the.
kidneys) are found in the urine, which
if neglected will result in Bright's
Disease, the most dangerous form. of
All these symptoms and conditions
ae promptly removed under the in
fiuece of Dr. Kilmer's swamp-R~oet.
It has a world wide reputation for its*
wonderful cures of the most distress
No one need be long without it as it
is so easy to get at any drug store at
fifty cents or one dollar. You can
have a sample bottle of this wonder
fl discovery, Swamp-Root, and ar
book telling all about it, both sent to
you abeolutely free by mnail. Sen
your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co.
Biughamton, N. Y., and kindly men
tion thai you read this liberal offer 3n
The News and Hlcra:d.
>vous Debilt.L s V:ae. i e
r cilig .Memory-;h suk f 4 ver- . - cy
-ke". Error of CoL. m : . r:
Price 500. and $1 e C e E
For quick,. positv -c stn a C
Weakness, Impitar. ,vro I-' : aIF
Vitality, use YE'LoW LA2 : SPE I-:! I
stregt- vl ! give strem:u: - .i. me o ev.-:.
an d cfec , emnn 9.te s :x
t oois.'. ai
FR EE-A 5.tt:e oF .:e .ats Jps:ac L:
'elets will be g'ive:. w&ii a 5t bno:< or mor of
etic Nervine:. iree. ScXd c::ty by
J. J. OBEA R, Druggist,
Winnsboro. S. C
[AING SOLD OUT T HlE MER
antile businen heretore conducted
nnr th, m . 8 i.1. Emerson to
v. 1. Emrersoni, I: 1: nolnger respon
ib:e for any debts --.mI:Aei hv said
Irm. ~ . J. E iiMON.
The Kfnd You --ave K ys
n o0 y
All Counterfeits, Imitations
periments that tri;o -.-ith Z
Infants and. Children-Expe:
What is C
Castoria is a substitute for C
- and Soothing Syrups. It is:
contains neither Opium, L<
substance. Its age is its gu
and allays Feverishness. It
Colic. It relieves Teething
and Flatulency. It assimila
Stomach and Bowels, givin
The CIildren's Panacea--Th
Th Kind You Ha
in Use For 01
TH[C NAUR COSPAV. 77 MU
S PLd Onions.
-Swtet Mixed in bnik.
Sour Mixed in bulk.
Queen 0;ive.g. all sizes.
Silver-Plated Table Spoons,:
easpoons and Medium Forks
tat I will sell at
Cost for Gash.
To ]etter them, at cost prices,
ill be THREE CENTS PER
Come and see them.
A EA RLY
AR Y EARLY
.9AND 'TS ~CtTRE
' FTo j Emoa:- h ava an absolut
tedecy for Consumpt'ion. Byr its ime!y us
a u:ands c? e::?. cas have be~ 'en already
emnet: cured. So "roof-positive am i
Sits pov:gr 1hat.i...sid..itny duty to
4 t-.o &::.':.<.- thos of your readi ar
t have CcI:: u:::io,hr Bronchiai or
Vs 2 2 .to~e addrs. Sincerely.,
C. si f.c iO c.,:J e::rJi., veruti -r.
s ben mdenerhis v
ne- dso sicA t inf*,. -.
oC 02ne "-o dece'v you 'I-this
Id Substituatesare but E
LydC en-.danger te health of
,Isto- 011, Pargorie, D -cps
Elarmless andPleasant. It
orphine nor (her NarCot c
irantee. It detroys Worrms
,cures Diarreada and WA,nd
croubles, eure Constipation
:cs thle Foodg,ciegulates the
healthy and :atural sleep.
Nr Moter's Fr%.nd.
Loth CZ oui hs
signa ture of.
fe Alwayl, Bor 'itM
!er 30 Y er sa
%AYSTRCC-e. NWYOnR ITY.
csarroa Dand eWin
NVIbcs cur Ctiato
LIME, SHINNES, F-LOORING,
Ceilin ooWeathe4r5P.rding and Lum
her in car let and Ca makeclose
Full Stoc.i of Groceries.
as eheap F any house
We trv to haidle eveofthiia the
farmers need. "ve u.; tradc and we
will guWarante ;e... We are here to
grserya ire-s an ouse
toein town. d eivsi
WOe., y o hSQUAREcwi D EL
fGrOmERs ged im as cIall and we
conigne Hie Wei eheet
meet cotnBiscuit .
JIE1 UST R SOME. E
.grery &eby i lls
morulre:ds rAH:td ay o- -er
trean wn. has eieve i
INloishis mriet." Is o :--FNE
GR:EmES geentehim a it--: :an-b
essvine Hisb : ::etae
aave :s~i I-u: a mBisc-it.:
ai ehar.itoni and Btte
Wcay mneed "m-rstrien hiser
Itl Do, "oeCtLEy& .."
:ell:ig ll aout. an whe :
dells u(t- pin. Bo of Da- ""
t lanta'4' . OIc .. 10- . Cro t
You can accomplish the.
effort by rid
Models 59 and 60 1
1898 are entirely
new. - Price..........
For scientific design, thor
tion and elegance of finis
unequaled by any bicycles
Possess every advantage of m
Best for the
Prices, Men's, $2r
Every feature of these mac
in our New I
POPE MFG. CO,
JORDAN & DAVIS, Ap
~5 Cents a sottIe,
52.50 pert EO3Cfn.
--We offer the
3ele br ated
OR TILE UNPRECEDENTED PRICE
WWXe will sell on instal-j
ORDAN & UAVIS!
most with the least
IODELS 57 AND 58.
>ughness of construc
1, these machines are
of the chain type.
:erns 19 and201
ost bicycles that cost more.
,RNS 21 AND 22.
; Ladies', $26.
hines is fully illustrated
t, wink o, 8. .
yentral imea .Between Columbiaand Jack
sonviUc. Eastern Time Between Co
lumbia and Other POints.
'Eective March 12, 1899.
No. 34No. 36No. 32
3'orthbounfd. DanIYI Da1y. SRU
,v. J'ville, F.C.&P.Ry..t 8 20 a!T8 00i2t0
"Savannah.........12 35 p 12 0l0p~ 3 57p
r. Columbia .........4 38p -4 45a 7.89p
x.v Char'ton,SC&GR.7~ O
tr. Columbia.......... 1 lp
istaSo. Ry- -- 0' lp
"Graniteville ...... --p8QB
"Aike...........-- 0 O 5o
" Treton..........--0 36
" Johnstons........---6 48
r. ColumibiaUn. dcp't.5Sp2lO 0
v Col'bia Blandg st...545 5a84
"Chester ........... p*47 07
"Rock Hill........ 28 105
Danvife...0....15 120p ....'..
New1100a 00p........2p 2a3p
Lv.Ne Yok,a.R 2 40u 3 O0p 5 40pi
Phildelhia22 503040p 50.5
Balimoe......37 55 0p 622p
Lv.Wah'on So B 53O 491 20 p 61 pS
Chalte 54 801p 10 820p
Chese 5 4p 5 55a 8l49p
Winhoo 7 326 10 . 747a 10287p
tr. Calo tt....... 8 5pO5a 1145 Sep
"o Danvi....... 12 5a 1 23p 6070a
trechon 8..... . 00a 32p 8....
tr.Waintn ......7'5a 905p 9745
"Batiore ... 9 0332 a1 2p 11 057
" NewYork........ 0p 623a 800p
Lv~Cl~bS. No.y 31. 33 No. 5
a. Nhe Yok P . R..1 S0 310p f215n8
" alti or ....... 437 75 p 22
Lv. Woatn o. Ry. 507 0p 50815
"r RTeo il1......I 425a 74 900a 14
" C ese ......... 4A 54ER 9V5ICE. 43
tro'i Bl1and' st...W YO6 0AN 25aLO37
1av ClumbiaU. Sd e't ub50 l1e4 an of0
" retion.....-........n -8s, and 3Dp 6 25
"t Augustan ....... an 40e aok vi 45pa00
vCl'be, S.n,Co.yl......ia,5 Ch6ot a
tr. Carlestoen ......... a .. Ne8 17pk 11o00
v. Coin. t F.C&P.y. train a 1035la 12r 47ha
" S lOav ah........ 922s a ; 3.d07pe 5ta l
trxJcksoenvdile pas.en..r 1ervic btwee9n0
Nos. 31~ and 34-NEW York AND FLORE
rc11ma DrawingRoom SleigCars Obetee
ierain and Co rtet , n Dnn
'hars runing room wintcarge between
~am~.enville, Savannah, bas hotond
Pu1 leig Cars bewenAuu tan Ca
Excellen. daily passee skevinca be-e
'lriaan e aork -~~Yr n ul
Nos :Cand34-ewee Yor aand FloriaE
ress' .rwigRo Slinars between csnil
Pulma dr~z 1A.airoome daleeir between csn
Tmia Jacsovle, 31avannah,1. Washington
nd NePY. -x S .IADIK
Pu!anSoingt. Cars . betee Charltte
No:;5 d T,-.ieFast feail. Though.
er!:g: drcascin tmhufe sockpingoarse
re . eile and iYork anhPll
e .- -pe p.-pl of3e Fafenluusad Car
Th-. ta: :.: rals seren a ndl enrut.
ulieas .teGing ear etween Jackovllye~
ecib and inth,vi Aseville o
ITilherir brpion. greaT.i,Wshithn.
. ATWR. S.I.LHRWCK
CHE MOST MODKEN SEWINO
MACHINE OF THE AGE, EM
BRACING ALL OF TE
Range of Work,
Old .sewing Machines taken is os
Dealers wanted in unocapied teid.
gory. Correspondence sonited.
J. H. DERBY1HSRE i
EBEL BUILDING. RICHMOND, VA
IN SPITE. OF THE_
lateness of the season, if
you prepare land well.and
plant seed bought froni
us you will probably have
a better -garden than
usual this year.
'They are' scarce and the 2
price will go up.
BEAUTY OF HEBRON
EA RLY ROSE and
A FRESH STOCK
COLUMBIA RIVER -
To make soup delicious get
a can of Succotash.
FRESH BREAD AND
SJ. S. Mcfrley3
a remedy has a wonderful curative
power. The manufacturers of
leaves it to those who have been.
permanently and positivelyr eured
of RHFUMATISM 'to iie a k e
claims. Among those who have.
recently written us . voluntary let
tessaying they have been- cured
ar:Rev. J. L. Foster, Raleigh,
N. C.; Mr. J. E. Robinson, Editor,
Godsboro, N. C., Daily Argus;
M.ADaus, a promineht me
chant, Macon, Ga., and Mr.'W. RL
Duke, a railroad man, Kansas
RHEUMjACIDE WILL CURE YOU.4
laniactare! by THEBOB0BITT DRUG
CO., Raleidh, Nf. C.
Sold in Winnsboro by McMaster -
Co. and by Druggists generally.
Price $1 per bottle.
-~c lc' ~me eshgit