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L GAL iNTELL,A CE
Tuesday, April 4, - - 1899
-There was a meeting of the Pcn
aion Board on Monday.
-The old town council was re
elected on Monday. A very light
- vote was polltd.
--There will be a meeting of the
L .dies Home Missionary Society this
a ternoon at 5 o'clock at the Methodist
Caurch. The ladies are earnestly re
-quested to attend this meeting.
J. Sheer, Sedalia, Mo., conductor on
clectr:C street car line, writes that his
little daughter was very low with
croup, and her life saved after all phy
sicians had failed, only by using One
- Minute Caugh Cure. McMaster Co.
-The town of Ridgeway has saf4
fered a lozs in the removal of Mr. R. A.
Meares and family to Wilmington,
N. C. Mr. Meares has for a number
of years been a resident of Ridgeway
and the people of that town regret to
lose this family.
-We understand that Mrs. ffarby
who has been here for the past few
weeks has decided to remain among
us and resume her business. The
Isdies of Winnsboro and surrounding
country will no doubt be pleased to
learn that she is a modiste of no mean
ability. She is at present stopping at
-The milliner- npening of the Cald
well Dry Goods Co. on Friday and
Saturday of last week was beautiful.
The millinery department -vas deco
rated artistically and th beautiful
spring and summer hats were dis
played to'great advantage. They have
every kind and description of hate,
towers, &c., and all can be suited at
If you have a cough, throat irrita
tion, weak lungs, pain in the chest,
difficult breathing, creup or hoarse
ness, let us suggest One -Minute Cough
Cure. Always reliable and safe. Mc
Master & Co.
-We learn with pleasur -aat Prof.
Woodward has accepted the invitation
to deliver his lecture on Timrod, in
Winnsboro, and will be here either on
the 26thwor 27th of April. We hope
that every one will feel a deep intsrest
In this lecture and that a large audience
will greet Prof. Woodward on the
night that he delivers his lecture The
exact date of the lecture 1will be given
-Cards have been issned to a swell
reception to be given by Mr. and Mrs.
U. G. DesPortes at their handsome
home on Oak Hill. The reception
will be held on Wednesday evening
from 8.30 to 11.30, and is given in
celebration of Mr. and Mrs. DesPortes'
crystal anniversary. A number of
invitations have been sent out in town
and also to friends in New York.
Charlotte -and other cities. The re
ception will be the handsomest func
tion of the season.
-For a quick remedy and one that is
perfectly safe for children let us recomn
- . mend One nute. Cough Cure. It is
1cellent for croup,~hoarseness, tick
ling in the throat and conghs. Mc-.
* Master Co.
* THE WATER SUPPLY-The follow
* .- ing is the report of the policeman on
-the water supply measurements taken
on Monday morning:
Court-house cistern..........16 0
Depot cistern..............10 9
fliott's cistern............ 9 5~
Neil's cistern.............. .16 1
Phillips' cistern........... 7 6
Cummings' cistern..........16 5
Gollege cistern...........-..14 3
Smart's cistern.............15 3
In a well illustrated article in the
last number of The New South, Mrs.
-T. C. Robertson entertainingly tells of
Columbia "befo' do war and now."
She briefly gives a history of the pub -
lic nildings and institutions and then
teior of the soeial side of the city. Nor
is this the only interesting article Mrs.
Rooertson contributes to the current
number of this magazine. She tells
of "Three .rseal Daughters of the Rev
olution," and under the head of a
2Daring Scout" relates Lieut. Victor
Blue's part in the war with Spain and
the effort being made by the women
of the State to present him with a
One of the Real Daughters of the
Revolution'of whom Mrs. Robertson
tells in the sketch mentioned in the
foregoing article is Mrs. L. C. Gail-'
lard, of Winnsboro.
-Happy--is the-man- or wonian who
can eat a good hearty meal without
suffering afterward. If you cannot
do it, take KoDon DYSPEFSIA CURE.
It digests what you eat, and cures all
forms of Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
JOHN MI. TU;RNER DEAD.
Mr. John M. Turner died at his
home on Sunday morning at ten
* o'clock. As soon1 as the physicisfls
* performed the operation on Mr.
Turner they stated that the chances
for his recovery were very slight. Heb
* was buried at Jacksons Creek on
Monday morning. Mr. Turner was
a sen of the late A. Y. Turner and
* was about thirty years of age at the
time of his death. He was married to
1Ms Bries a daughter of the late
Wi-liam Brice. He is survived by
be widow and three children. Mr.
* Tminer was one of the most success
* ful young farmers in the county. A
young man of fine character, the
cii izenship of the county loses by his
* death. We enend our sympathies to
the osreaved in their pecniiarly sad
- Be as e Kinjfd Ye HveAlas Bougfi
Lt-tg I , sunch s pleurisy o
acua i mation of the zng
should be carefully treated to
serious con:,-ctiences. Thesecia:-ez.
arc quickly overcome by the prorm:
use of Dr.- 2u's Cough Syrup, n, wtr
derful remc:y, which always grnz
relief at once, eases coughing, alct3
all inflamiation, and by its he
influence noon effects a thorough enr
Cures all Lung and Throat Trod.e,
Doses are smaU and pleasan t to t Doctol
reco:nmend it. rrice : cc=s. At a" d.gist
GO~ 1:INC AND :UING.
jie q-9Tabeile Douam!_.- :-1reum
Miss Besie McMastcr sPent SuLda
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. U
Miss Marie Lee, accompanied
Miss Ellen Ellison, leaves to-day fo
her home i:x Sumter.
Mrs. R. A. Buchanan.-and Ma
Rebecca Buchanan have returned frot
a visit to relatives in Georgia.
Miss Clara Beaty and Miss Rfeev
return to Columbia to-day to resum
their studies at the. Presbyterian co:
Miss Nannie K. Watt left on M'
day for Washington where she w?
enter the Garfield Training Scboo' A
Foi frost bites, burns, indolent sorc
eezema, skin -disease, and especiall
Piles, DeWitt's Witch Hazcl SaIV
stands first 4nd best. Look out fo
dishonest people who try to imitst
and counterfeit it, -It's their endor8e
ment of a good article. WortIeic
oods are not imitated. Get DeWin
Witch Hazsl Salve. McMaster Co.
SERVICES AT THE CHCCHES.
Rev. C. B. Betts, who was pastor o
the A. R. P. Church here about thirt:
years ago, preached at the Xethodice
Church on Sunday morning,~ and hi
sermon was a very able one. Th,
church was Prettily decorated and
large congregation was present.
At : the Presbyteriau Church Rev
R. M. Stevenson, one of the visiir.
A. R. P. ministers, preached.
St. John's Episcopal Church wa
very simply but prettily and tastefu'
decorate, on Eastpi Sunday, a
special music was sang by the chlor.
~Visiting ministers occupied the pm
it of th-e A. R. P. Church, both mrn;
ing and evening, on Sund'ay, andi)e,
ongregations were present at ha:~
f the White Oak High School :or t.
Month of March.
Cass A.-General Average Above 95
lst Grade-sRobert Patrick, Ntim
atrick. Alice Mitcheli.
- 2nd Grade-Killongh Patrick, Fior
mene Patrick, Lexie Patrick.
3rd Grade-Irene Patrick; EiMc,
4th Grade-Matth ew P'atrick:, Fr aal
5th Grade-Gladys Patrick, Jni:
atrick, Macie Wilson, Paul Patrick
orwood Goza, White Ban khead..
lass B.-General. Aver'.ge Above 9'
and Below 95.
1st Grade-Sam Patrick.
2nd Grade-IIarris Patrick.
3rd Grade-lladdon Mitchell, Eruce
4th Grade-Horace Traylor.
5th Grade-Grady Gwynn, Bcrth:
Yellow Jaundice Cured.
Suffering humanity should be sup
plied with every means possible for* i.
ilief. It is wi:h pleasure we r-c~
ish the following: "This is to cor
matLI was a terrible sufferer fh:t
ellow Jaundice for over six nionthe
md was treated by some .of the bcs
pysicians in our city and all to a
vail. Dr. Bell, our druggist, reco:ra
ended E!ectric Bitters; and afte:
taking two bottles, I was entirel!
ured. I now take great pleasure i.
recommending them to any pere:
suffering from this terrible malady
[ am gratefully yours, M. A. fiogart,
Lexington, Ky." Sold by McMa '
Co., druggists. 4
A comic drama in three acts is to b
given in Ridgewas on the night of th
1th o f A pril, and a number of t
young people of the town are to tak
part in it. The play is entitled "Fi;
nigan's Fortune" and the followingi
the cast of characters:
Oiver~ F. *dcEachern....Fed:
Gore Moore, Dutch. .Jakr. Fiizeimfo
A. F. Moore, Irish Frienti of
Eu. Bovd,Son of Finri:-an
Mrs. Blair. Irish...rs. Lim .~
Mis Sarah Coleman. .Katie Fazarro
Miss Marie Moore
R. M. Boli ck, Frenchmnan
Conri: de .n r
Thmi play will be wcll worth see .
and a large audience shou!B be l
ent. We hIope that a large delen:
Ifrom Winusboro will at tend the K,
nd that the youngZ actors and act re
will play to a large audience.
For Infants and Ch2idrn.
The Kind You Have Alep~ Beug
Bears the f g
DEATH OF 3R. B. R. SCOTT.
Th- many freds of Mr. B. R. Scot
b: bec,_,plb paiued to bear of hi:
. -hich o,curred at his home ir
-er L.oto: on Tuesday last at
oc p. i. T.. deceased had beer
fo aboum a week prior to his
ith. His friends, however, were
alartned to a considerable excnt,
le thinkingthat the end was s
: fo., it came wholly nnex
led to some oTl, not having heard
c he was seriously ill. The deceased
is about 72 years of age.
he funeral services were held at
Lougtown Baptist Church, .o
-:ich h^. was a member. Rev. T. W.
iebamp conducted the services iu
a n,ost solemn and impressive manner.
h11s (eatll bLongtown has lost one
h-r bt cihz;ns. He was a gentle
inl of the ojQ school; so rejined,
-nified, amisb'; one whom to know
was bWr to a mire. Yet withal, we
to the supreme dictates of Him
I wl doeth all things well.
e exteiid our heartfeit sympathy
he bereaved ones in this their great
P-41"etion, and point them to Him who
.,ble to sanctify to them even their
pest distress. E. H. D.
.Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
T, Host Salve in the world for Cuts,
m;e- , z4ores, Ulcers, Salt Rhieum,
v--s Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
*A 4iije, Corns, and all Skin Erup
a ana positively cures Piles, or no
n-yrequired. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refund
t, . Price 25 cents per box. Por sale
-by McMaster Co.
"he first presbytery of the A. R. P.
(hurch came down . in full force
r --.nday morning. The opening ser.
-).i was to have been preached by
iF0-. J. S. Grier of Sharon, York
C.-Jn1uty, S. C., the retiring moderator,
b Rev. Grier was taken suddenly ill
--day night at the home of Mr. T. K.
E-,ott and was unable to preach.
- 17. B. H. Grier, of Yorkville, con
-c-ed to meet the emergency and
pea ched a scholarly sermon' on John
v (v'.. B. Betts, the oldest member
o! tie presbytery present, called the
preqbytery to order and constituted it
wiin prRyer. He then called the Rev.
J.i ..Dale, of Columbia, the modera
lo-elect, to the chair.
4evs. Jordan aud Sadler, of the
Presbyterian Churcb, Rev. Ross, of
Oord Pa., of the U. P. Church, Rev.
F- an, of the Baptist Charch, and
-. Crou' sf the Methodist Church,
eintroduced by Rev. C. E. Mc
ai to the mouderator and.by him
'ented to the presbytery and ex
d'ed the courtesies of the occasion.
Infinished business was largely the
clebr of the day's proceedings.
Mr. J. M. Carson,. of the Pisgoh
C'"rch, made aptplication through
.Gevr. R. M. Stevenson to be received
:nder the care of the presbytery as a
*ardent of theology. Mr. Carson
--duTated at .Erskine College last
Lum mer with the highest honors of his
0ght o'clock Monday night was
a:uas the hou- for hearing the trial
se'-:.ons of tw.o of the students.
Ew Perth c:,ngregation asked to
have the tine for which they have the
sr;ie of Rev. W. Y. Love reduced
fr.rm one-halt t., one-third.
av. J.?s. Boyce demitted the charge
of datntersville, N. C., having been
cice ced president of the Due West
jIFale College, and having signified
hs acceptance of that work.
'ooresville and Gilead asked for the
Iserv ices of Rev. E. F. Griffth as stated
supply. Edgemoor asked for the ser
viets of Rev. R. E. Hough as stated
mop!ny; t... he congregations of Taylors
rW:, Amity and Elk Shoals, N. C.,
als asked for the services of Mr.
.ogh; Back Creek, N. C., i- also
ing for him.
The committees were all appointed
'id papers referred to them, and the
uiness of the presbytery began to
n~ shape. The meeting promises to
b* 11 and harmonious. The elegant
hospitable homes of Winnabore
- tr -vide open and the entertainment
e,are affording will not soon be for.
.:3v. Mr. Dale, the moderator, is the
o -crat ed young m;an who at the
rteing of Synod in Chester last No
-er made such a profound impres
supon that body by rising and offer
jmself as a foreign missionary,
Sthe pledge of nothing from the
h but her prayers. He will enter
-uan his work sometime this summer.
2 con used for over fifty years by
2 a of mothers for their children
eethiug, with perfect success.
r.o'hes the chiid, softens the gums5,
a' w.iu. cares wind colic, and
abed remnedy for diarrhoea. It
* evreiv :he poor little sufferer
d(a:ch-. So;J by druggists in
--rr f the woarld. Twenty-five
a bottlec. Be sure and ask for
3.Winslow's Soothing Syrup,"
ske~ no other l:.ud. 1-1-17
- Weil Man
P -- of Me.
NCH R MD projduces the a.hov:: result
3ca i s. C::,s ZA-revous D:&iit.r? Zmpotency,
owir. jF-;;. c' emrory. Stors al. drains and
- c rr.rs o o:t'. it '.ards off In
- ndon. un2g 2.n regain Man
-u : ~r:cn Yruthful Vigor. It
-: . osr::Le: organs, antd fits
.t u '.rre. E: sivr carried is
f' O' 6 Boxes $2.5c
- a .age, with
- - -A.0 oe O N?.RA. Paris
oniv by ..J. Obear, Drug
s-it,\ Winn-bor'o, S. C.
Dicovered by a Woman.
Ancther great discovery has been
made, aaa tbat too, by a lady in this
couutry. "Disease fastened its clutches
upon her and for seven years she
withstood its severest tests, but her
vital or-wans were undermined and
death. seemed imminent. For three
months she coughed incessantly, and
could not sleep She finally discovered
a way to recovery, by purchasing of
us a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, and was so
much relieved on taking :rst dose, that
lhe slept all night; and with two bot
tles, has been absolutely cured. Her
name is Mrs. Luther Lutz. "Thus
writes W. C. Hammick & Co., of
Shelby, N. C. Trial bottles free at
McMaster Co.'s drag store. .Regular
size 50c and $1.00. Every bottle
"One o' the Kind so Hard
W. A. W.
The service, of this regiAtered stal
lion NV. A. W. are offered those who
desire to raise horses for fifteen dol
lari to insure foal in common mares
and thirty dollars for registered mares.
His grand dam (Mother Hubbard)
was th- mother of great horses-eight
with mcord from 2.08 to 2.30. His
dam (Jetsey Baker), 2.30 rebord, was
aired b Dictator, who was the sire of
Jay-E%e-See, 2.10, of Director, 2.07,
of the invincible Directum, 2.04, and
the grindsire of Nancy -Hanks, the
queen of trotters. His great grand
sire war Hambletonian No 10, who
was the sire of Dexter, 2.10, Jay
Gould, 221 and forty others under
His grmdsire, George Wilkes, was
the sire of the celebrated Red Wilkes,
2.30, of !arry Wilkes, 2.13, Brignoli
Wilkes;2.15, Mike Wilkes, 2,15, and
sixty-on others from 2.16 to 2.30.
His sie, Red Wilkes, on the com
pletion.f his 20th year, had to his
credit'ae hundred and nine sons and
daughtes ranging from. 2.06 to 2.30.
No stalion of his age ever bad that
number But two stallions that ever
lived 6.celled him. Great as this
honor tay be, it is surpassed in his
annualll demonstrating the capacity
to breedin. His sons and grandsons
and dauoters and granddaughters are
every var making -him more cele
brated a the sire a f sound, intelligent
producehat stand training and road
work. le has imbued .his descendants
with thewonderful capacity to pro
-duce ad reproduce themselves in
their prgeny. A sire is only great
when proessed.of that shining quality
-that ilescribable element whioh
keeps alib for generations the fame of
W. A. V. will be seven years old on
the 5th oApril, 1899. He is bay with
black paits; 16.03 in height and
weighs 290 pounds. He has good
bone andsubstance, is witLout blem
ish or dect. Is strobg, frictionless
in mo',. kind in disposition and a
perfect rLdster. He has never been
thorough4 handled for speed, but has
a record c2.3( He inherits speed on '
t>oth side His sires are speed-pro- ~
d!lcers, b dams are equally as cele
brated. .Iis breeding is certainly
superb, td he is a most superior ani
mal.. Bcdes his great power as a
trotter i possesses most superior
saddle ga, and some of his colts are
natural ddlers. His get are 411
superior :d they should show speed .I
when out* good mares. When bred
to comme mares the produce will un
doubtedlyive size, stamina and style
to make gd roadsters. A horse of
value is amore trouble to raise than
a scrab. is services can be obtained
Friday anSaturday of each week at )
the stablen rear of Mr. Henry Refo's
store, Winboro, S. C. For certified
pe'iigree, idress John G. Mobley.
T' r e ered stallion W. A. W.
wi.1 I,. 4a stables in rear of Mr.
Henry R,'s store Friday and Satur
day of es week; balance of time on
the farm.He is seven years old, bay,1
with bla points, Has good bone f
and masq no blemish or defect. Hel
is kind disposition and a perfects
ro .- 'r.Iis sire is the celebrated
1a 'Villi, His dam, Betsy Baker,
-.: sireby Dictator, who was the
0 - of JiEye-See, 2.10, of Director,
2 '7, of tlnvincible Directum, 2.04,
tue g: ance of Nancy Hanks, the.
queLln of tters, and the sire of many
others -f:treme speed.
Terwm.15.00 to insure maro with P9
fo,.i. Fortended pedigree and cer
JOHN G. MOBLEY, Os
4.4-tilai Winnsboro, S. C.
A New ammplete Treatment, ccnsisting of
SUPPOSITCs, Capsules of Ointment and two3
lBoxes of Omit. A never-failing cure for Piles
of every nat:nd degree. It makes ar. operation
with the knil ch is painful, anid often results
in death, unseary. Why endure this terrible.
diseaso? Wck a Written Guarantee in each
$1 Box. No ',No Pay. Soc.and $: a box, 6 for
95. Seat by . Sampies free -
OINE~NT, 25c- anad 50e.
CONST IRON fa" eentd,b
great LVEI STOMACH- R EGULATOR and
BLOOD P'UER. Small, mild and pleasant
to take: espey adapted for children's use. 50
doses 25 cenit
F REE.- of these famous little Pellets will
be given wit'rbox or more of Pile Cure.
SoT:CE-T;E.NUINiE FR.ESH JAPANIEsE r'ILE
CREs for sale by
. OBEAR, Druggist,
THlE HSE AND LOT NOW
occupied tir. L. D. Robertaon, in
the town Winnsboro. Possession
givenk 1st JIry, 1900.
orMES Q. DAVIS.
1,000 BAiBEAVINE H AY; 65c.
per hud; $12.00 per ton. --
3-14tf H. L. ELLIOTT.
MOid TO LOAN
On farnfled3. Easy payments. A
No commtsi barged. Borrower land
pays actu it of perfecting loan. D. 3
Interest 8 Mt. of t
JOU] PALMER & SON, enso
Columnbia, S. C., Fc
or A. SM D. DOUGLASS,
10-4 Winnsboro, S. C. It
We are now receiving tI
You people who want io g
asked to look at our Prints.
Some extra bargains in the
We have also received a I
Lawns, Checked.--Muslin, I
are marking these goods ex1
A good size Linen Towe
Turkish Towels at 20c. ai
NeV* Lot Gents' and Boys
and pretty pattern.
We want your business.
goods at low prices than eve
the Northern markets in a
an elegant Spring Stock. 0
Vou in the best goods at low
SThe Gaidweli Di
spring and 6
UST OPENED UP FR
Che neat sesion begins-September:
pil is required to pay an entrance
LUrmi.-~.-Scholars in the Graded S
:ept in cases where they take up eitt
e ezira, 75 cents per month; two ea
Literary course, 75 cents pe
Bach higher course include aU that
~rivate families. ahIso hss
ir standing in the higher oolleges, is
rFor further particulars address,
Life Assurance Society
of the United States.
The management of the
Equitable Life Assurance Society
in this territy is desirous of secur
ing the serviceof a man of char
acter and ability to represent its
interest with Winnsboro as head
quarP-e. The right man will be
I hMr.-ughly educated in the science
o. life insurance and the .art of
successful soliciting. 'lhere is no
business or profession not re
quiring capital which is more re
munerative than a life agency
conducted with energy and abil
ity. Correspondence with men
who desire to secure permanent
employment and are ambitions to
attain prominence in the proies
sion is invited.
W. J. RODDEY, Mgr.,
3-19-3m RIock Hill, S. C.!
TRACT OF 176 ACRES OF
,on Little River, belonging to
i. Broom, and bounded by lands
de estate of IR. G Simnontdy, Stev
n and others.
Ir termns apply to..
A. S. k W. D. DOUGL ASS.
-17 Attorneys, Winnebero, S. C,
)ED TO THE BUSINESS
& RUFF ASKS YOUR
e first items of Spring Goods.
et an early start for spring are
Percales, Duck, Colored Piques.
e goods in short lengths.
)eautiful line of White Goods
)imity, Pique, and Welts. We
-ra cheap to start the season.
gjaii i) Towels.
at ioc.; extra large and heavy
id 25c.; full stock in Huck and
' Colored Shirts; extra good value
We are better prepared to sell
r before. Our buyer will siart to
few days and we expect to show
ur constant endeavor is to please
est prices. Come and see us.
ly .Goods Companyl
Md FiI1 flolu
.OM ONE OF .THE BEST
IN NEW YORK CITY.:
Btles an~d Pop
L LI FORD.
all( Gral School
OROI S. C.
20, 1857, and ends June 24, 1898, Eack
ee of 50 cents to meet contingent ei
chool are not required to pay tuition,
ra studies in the Collegiate Department.
ree, $1.00 per month.
Classical course, $1.80 per month.
arecede. Good board ca be obtained
hool at competitive examications, andl
the best guarantee of its eMReiency.
FORTY NICE. TENNESSEE AND
XENTUCKY MULES at my stables
-in. Wnboro, from three to five years
ol.These mules can be bought cheap
for cash or on good bankable paper,
payable in the Fall. Come one, come
:a1l who need good mules. I will ex
-change them for broken down mules
-or have nea few good Mares and a
-couple of good Saddle Horses, one
-new Two-horse Wagon and one good
I also keep on hand a few
and will sell them cheap for cash or
'exchange them for dry cattle. Always
iready bor a trade.
I have engaged Mr. S. B. CRAW- au
FOED for the season, and he will be TI
;pleased to see env adv &i of h's many ta
Winsharo_ i U.
Of OUR BUSINESS IS ON
esty and fair treatment lo every
one. If our goods don't please
you return them unused at once,
and if we can't make tasttse-c
tory, your money will be cheer.
that every !i*tle piece of me.
cbandise in ihis s'ore is right.
that every advertise;nuot put
- out gives honest and trust-'
you for a customer new and
and bargains are going eveye-.
ARTISTIQ ENGRAVING done
while yotffWt, when asesary
CEMMM. M. Q
Tri-Weekiw $8 a ear i La
W3ekly,.$1L50 a Terga Madvw
and everythig i jbse sme
as cheaply as saywkms es as
~IVE US ACIANCE
very penny spent at
home is kept at home.
ta fal stok of Caskes, u.ad~
aes and Cofla, constantly on hn
d use of hearse when reutd
ankfal for past ptron acel
jon for ashare intris -te
ails attendend. to at 1 g
J. li, UrJ.Wee a @@.