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Saturday, April 8, - - 1899
-Don't forget the play a: Ridgeway
on April IS.
--Services will be held to-morrow
(Sunday) night in the Methodist
Church commencing at 8 o'elock.
-J. J. Obear is sole agent for Lenoir
tablets, which are a sure care for
rheumatism. Read his advertisement.
Before the discovery of One Minute
Cough Cnre, ministers were greatly
diaturbed by coughing conwregations.
N. excuse for it now. McMaster Co.
-John B. McMaster k Co. have a
large upply of smoking and chewing
tobacco, and have a number of differ
eut brands. Sea their ad.
-"Swell opening" at JArs. J. D.
McCarley's on 14th and 15th of April.
Just about that time spring hats will
be needed. Give her a call.
-Owing to the rain on last Tuesday
aftern-on the Womans Missionary
Society did not meet but the meeting
was postponed until Tuesday, April
11th. The ladies are requested to
meet at the Meth->dist Church on that
afternoot at 5 o'clock.
For a gnick remedy and one that is
perfectly safe for children let as recom
mend One Minute Cough Cure. Itis
excellent for croup, hoarseness, tick
hug in the throat and coughs. Mc
-Rev. C. E. McDonald will leave
for Columbia to-day where he will
remain until until Monday. The pul
pit of the A. R. P. Church will be
li ed on Sunday by Rev. McElwee
Ross, of Oxford, Pa., who will preach
boih morning and night.
-Prof. Fooshe of Mt. Zion Institute
expects to have a well known pro
fessor from one of oar neighboring
town to deliver a lecture before the
pupils of Mt. Zion sometime soon.
The notice of the lecture will be given
later when the date is decided upon.
-The friends of Mr. F. E. Hinnant
will be pleased to hear that he is ad
vancing in the educational fold.
President Lake, of the Johnston Insti
tute, has resigned, and Messrs F. E.
Hinnant and H. D. Holland have been
elected co-superintendents of the in
-The long distance telephone which
is to run from New York to Augusta
is being rapidly put up and it will
probably not bo long before it reaches
Winnsboro as it has been pat up as
far as Rock Hill. The poles to be
used for this line hive been here for
If you have a cough, throat irrit a
tiou, weak lungs, pain in the chest,
difficult breathing. croup or hearse
nas, let us suggest One Minute Cough
Cure. Always reliable and safe. Mc
Master & Co.
-Elsewhere in theSe columns is a
notice by Intendant Coan warning
-- --wr-ordogs to muzzle their dogs,
and insisting upon the killing of dogs
. ujposed to have been bitten by mad
dogs;. Naw that there are so many
mad' dogs going about, it is important
that dogs sheuld be watched and should
be careful to keep .hem muzzled.
* -There was another mad dog ex
citement on the streets Friday morn
ing. The dog that caused the stir
belonged to a negro boy who indig
nantly denied that the dog was mad.
Betore anything could be done to the
dog it ran away in the direction of
Mr. J. E. McDonald's. If the dog
continues to act in a queer way it will
very soon be dispatched.
-Qussie, the little son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Ward, met with an acci
dent in Swansea a few days ago. The
child was riding on the handle bars
of a wheel and ic some way fell off,
striking his head and bruising him
self badly. He was unconscious for
some time and great anxiety was felt
abl>ut him, but he was examined by a
physician who pronounced the injury
not serious. The latest report from
him said that he is well again with
the exception of a few cuts and
For frost bites, burns, indolent sores,
eczr.ma, skin disease, and especially
Piles, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
stands first and best. Look out for
.dishonest people who try to imitate
and,counterfeit it, It's their endorse
ment of a good article. Worthless
goods are not imitated. Get DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. McMaster Co.
Services will be held in the follow
Ing churches on Snuday:
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
Rev. McElwee Ross. Service at 11
a. m and S p. m. Young men's
meeting at 3.15 p. m. Sunday School
at 4 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday
at 4 p. m.
St. John's Episcopal -Services at 11
a. m. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Ser
nices on Friday at 4 p. mn.
Presbyterian-li a. mn. by the pas
tor. Sunday School at 5 p. mn. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 5 p. mn.
Methodist-il a. mn. by th~e pastor.
Sunday School at 3 p. mn. Prayer
meeting Wednesiay at 5 p, im.
How to Look Good.
Good looks are really mare than skin
deep, depending entirely ou a healthy
condition of all the vital organs., if
the liver be inactive, you have a bilious
boo'k; if your stomach be disordered,
you have a dyspeptic look; if your
kMdneys be affected, von have a pinched
lo'ik. Secure good health, and von
will surely have~ good looks. "Elec
ti.c Bitters" is a good Alterative and
T'nic. Acts directly on the stomach,
liver and kidneys, 'purifies the blood,
cures pimples, blotches and boils, and
gives a good complexion. Every bot
fl.: gnaranteed. Sold at McMaster
.' drug~ ste 0 cents per bft:.5
A hackiu cough is a grave-yard
cough; the sooner you get rid of it the
better. Don't wait until it develops
into consumption, but use the cele
brated Dr. JohnW. Bull's Cough Syrup
at once. It is a wonderful remedy for
all throat and lung affections, and will
cure a deep-seated cough or cold in a
few days. Good for old and-you ng.
Will cure a Hacking Cough.
Doses are small and pleasant to t:ke. Ioctor9
recommend it. Price 25 cents. At all druggists.
GOMINC AND GOING.
Mr. James DesPor:es, who is a
student at the Charleston Medical
College, is at his home in Rildgewy.
Miss Elizabeth McConnell, who has
been visiting the family of Mr;. P.
Ketchin, left on Thursday for her
home in Oxford, Pa.
C.-A.SOtW3 O'EL X ..
Bes.s tho The Kind You Have Bays EougE,t
AN APPROACHING MARRIAGE.
The following notice of the ap
proaching marriage of Miss Louise
Pressley is taken from the State. Miss
Pressley has friends here, having
vieited in Winnsboro:
Cards have been issued announcicg
the coming wedding of Miss Emtca
Louise, daughter of Mr D. A. Pressley,
and the Rev. William Hayne Milie.
The ceremony is to be peformed a' 3
o'clock Tuesday afternoon, the 1&:
inst., at the First Presbyterian church.
Mips Pressley is one of Columbia's
most accomplished and talented youna
women and has a large circle of
Mr. John W. Poler is a New Eng
land man who has purchased 40 acres
of land at Vass, N. C., and is going to
raise chickens and live stock for the
Northern markets. He has already
built part of the !outfit he will require
for hit chicken business. Mr. Poler's
sons will live at Vaas to look aftr
the business in detail and make the
shipments. It is thought that im time
a business may be developed by which
live chickens might be shipped from
North Carolina to Washington, Balti
more, Philadelphia. and New York, in
cars built for this purposo. This is
:one from some parts of the West,
the cars being divided by platforms
aoutl8inches apart. Mr. Poler ex
ects to extend his operations at a
ater period, and will raise cattle aud
ogs as well as chickens. This new
eparture seems to be a promisirg
ne, and there is no reason why it
should not result profitably. yh:'
bserrer wishes Mr. Poler the fullest
measure of success.-Charlotte Oh,
It will take the enterprising yantee
o show us what a great country thir,
s. After a few of them move cor
ere and begin such business as rais
ig chickens and illustrate the money
n it, then southern people will begin
o wonder why the South has made so
ittle out of its opportunities.
As the season of the year when
peumonia, la grippe, sore throat,
oughs, colds, catarrh, bronchitis andI
ung troubles are to be guarded against,
nthing "is a 'fine substitnte," willI
answer the purpose," or is "just as
good" as One Minute Cough Cure.
i'hat is the one infallible remedy for
ll lung, throat or bronchial troubles.
nsist vigorously upon having it if
'something else" is offered y ou. Mc
coxMITThD TO Tuli As YLUM.
Isaac N. Frazler-Who Enews Elm*
A man apparently about 55 or 50
ears old was brought before Judge
f Probate Johnston on Thursday by
Mr. A. L. Scruggs for the purpose of
aing him committed to the lunai
asylum. The old man had spent Wed
esday night in Mr. Robert Brown' s
in house. A very casual examin
on of him would have eenvinced an,
ne of his insanity. He stated that hisi
ame was IL N. Frazier and. that he
ad been to Charleston to have an!
peration performed upon his eye
for camaact, and that he has been
living mn Pendleton, Andersona County.
While his conversation was generaliy
oherent he seemed to have lost the~
power of being able to go where he
wanted to go. Shut up in a room he
wculd walk round and round, asking
o be shown the way out. IIe further
stated that he was a Baptist preacher
ad his mind seemed to dwell on re
igion. While he appears harmless
yet he is perfectly helpless Dis.
Eaaban and Buchanan examined
him and gave it as their opinion that
e was insane. He said that his wife
ha.s been dead for a number of years.
and that he h-as children living some-:
where in Georgia. It may be that he
has wandeicl away from home, and
we give this in the hope that it may
ledi his family or friends to di-coer
his whereabouts. IIe was taken to
the aslu on Friday.
There are few men morec wide av:akc
and enterprising than XlcMaster Co.
who spare no pains to secure the be:
of everything in their line for ibi
many customers. They- now hav 2
valuable agency for Dr. King's Nw
Discovery for Consumption, oug-ts
and Colds. This is the wonde tul
remedy that is producing such : r
ll over the contry by its many 3at
ig cures It aibsolutely cures Astit:a
Bronchitis, Iloareness and all affectior s
of the Throat, Chest and1 Lungs. iall
at above drug store and get a tri:il >ot
t!c free or a regular size for 50 c r is
and $1 00. Guaranteed t.o cure or
A BRILLIAN~T F V CTIO~I.
The reception given by Mr. and Mrs.
U. G. DesPortes, in celebration of
their crystal wedding, came of on
is.Ysdnesday evening and was a bril
:int affair. A number of invitations o
had been issued and about sixty guests
were present. Two large reception
I rooms, beautifully decorated with
1oweri, were thrown open to the
guests, and in one room were displayed
the many beautiful articles of cut x
glass presented to the hostess by her t
Mrs. DesPortes, who wore a hand- b
s.)me decollete gown of black satiu c
and violet velvet, was assisted in re
ceiving her guests by four maids of
ho:or-Misses Annie Aiken, Frances
Creight, Ada Cureton and Elizabeth
G. Dwight. '
The dining-room was tastefully and E
lavishly decorated with white lowers
and smilax, and the effect of the white
anti green was lovely and dainty in the
extre-re. From the chandelier to the
corners of the large table were stream
ers of white sat in ribbon entwined
with smilax; the centre-piece was an
oblong mirror, bordered with white
lilscs and smilax and surrounded by C
fiLcen wax candles, representing the
ffeiien years that Mr. and Mrs. Des
Portes have been married. s1
A aust elegant supper was served so
t L guests who sat at small tables, P
wii.e the hostess and her maids of
honor sat at the large table. The sup- n
pmr was served by fair yo*ng ladies. U
This reception was one of the hand
2 -onest and most enjoyable affairs ever ti
gven in Winnsboro and was an ocea
oun that will be long remembered e:
Ii pleasure by all who were present. it
Bucklen's Arnica salve. Ct
"he Best Salve in the world for Cuts, ft
tises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, fr
-er Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
liblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup- U
s, and positively cures Piles, or no .t
required. It is guaranteed to give -
.e. ect satisfaction, or money refund- w
* Price 25 cen;s per box. For sale a]
McMaster Co. s
- If my employer does not retrast at
itat he said to me this morning I b
at "i leave his store." "Why, what At
di-; he say?" "He told me I could p:
I. for another place." to
For Infants and. Children.
Te Kind You Have Always Bought l
Bears the ,
2Egature of . .aM~ @
STRSR V iTALIT I
- .~Madea 8
HE~OWeHo Man i
THE mn ofMe.
rRNHREMEDY produces the above result in
Varzcecele, Failing Memno,y. Stops a1 ramns p i
~saas caused by ezrers of youth. It wards off In
:da;d Od Mnrovr Vrutiefu e~o mIt
ives vigor and size to sh.runken organs, and Ets
,e an for businees or w.zrriage. Easily carried in
u, vest pocket. Price f ''' 6 Boxes $2.5
Sold only by J. J. Obear, Drug
git, Winnsboro, s. 6.
Take N otice.
CITIZENS OWNING DOGS MUST
keep them confined at home or secare]y
muzzled with wire muzzles. All dogs
that have been laiten or suspected to
ave been bitted by mad dogs, or sap
poed mad dogs, must be immediately K
killed by their owners or the polict
wi!! be required to do so.
JAS. E. COAN,
4.s Intendant. M
IT WILL PAY YOU TO WAIT D
Ich will take place Friday and Sat
uay, April 14th and 15th. Our
k is the largest and best selected
S-broughst to town, embracing the
st novelties in Trimmed and Un
uned Hasts. An endless variety of
dren's Headwear, Sailors' Walk
Hats and Bicycle Caps. it
ever before have Miillinery Goods
.ced so artistic.1
V ies Sitgreaves is a trimmer and
.r second to none, and will be glad .
to - ve her friends call and examine
MRS. J. D. McCARLEY.
w;HAT YOU WILL HAVE FOR~
vV2 neflxt meal.
JUST RING '71
at) your worry will be over. You; [
a~ find everything yon want in a
A ways keep a nice line of
Give me a 'ring-up" and your order
wil be promptly filled.
A New. and Complete Treatment, consistingV
UPPOSITOrIES, Capsules of Ointment ad twt.
oxes of Oirtment. A never-failing cure for Piles
(every nature and degree. It makes as operation
rith the krnife, which is painful, and often results
Sdeath unnecessary. Wy endure this terrible
iseascl We pack a Written Guarantee in each
1 Box. No Cure, No Pay. soc. and $: a box, 6 for
5. Scat by mail. Samples free
ODNTMENT, 25o- and 50c.
ONSTIPATION C PesPrev d by
reat LIVER and STOMACH REGULATOR and
LOOD PURIFIER. Small, mild and pleasant
a take: ecpecially adapted for children's use. So
oses 25 cents.
FREE.-A vial of these famous little Pellets will
e iven with a $: box or more of Pile Cure.
NorCE-THE GEjNUINE FRESH JAPANESE '1LF.Z
:uas for sale only by
J. J. OBEAR, Druggist,
Winnsboro, S. C.
iranting Permission to the American
Telephone and Telegraph Company
of Sooth Carolina, its Successors and
Assigns, to Constraet, Operate and
Maintain its lines of Telephone and
Telegraph upon, along, over and
under the Highways and Streets of
the Town of Winnsboro, County of
rairfield and State of South Caro
Section 1 Be it ordained by the Town
lonncil of Winnsboro, County of
'airfield and State of South Carolina,
iat the Amercan Telephone and Tele.
raph Company of South Carolina, its
accessors and assigns be, and the
Lme is hereby, granted the right,
rivilege and authority to construct,
perate and maintain its lines of tele
hone and telegraph, including the
ecessary poles. wires and fixtures
on, along, over and under the high
ays and streets of said town of
tinnsboro upon the terms and condi
ois hereinafter provided.
Section 2. The said Company shall
itablish connection in said town with
s lines end maintain same as long as
te not expense of maintaining such
>nnection in said town does not ex
:ed the gross receipts derived there
Section 3. All poles shall be erected
ader the direction and supervision of
ie Committee on Streets, which com
ittee shall designate the streets upon
hich such poles shall be erected,
ways allowing said Company rea
nable facilities for reaching such
:ints as its business may require;
id all streets and sidewalks that may
disturbed or damaged, in the con
ruction of the said lines, shall be
omptiy replaced and repaired by the
id Company at its own expense, and
the satifaction of the ssid Commit
e on Streets, and all poles shall be
ast, symmetrical and so located as
>t to interfere with the public use of
id highways or streets.
Section 4 Said Company shall be
biect to ordinases now in force, or
at may be hereafter passed relative
the use of the public highways or
reets of the said town of Winnaboro.
Section 5, Nothing in this Ordinance
tained shall be construed to grant
the said Company an exclusive
achise and the said Town Council
reby reserves the right to grant a
te consent to any otl.er company,
rson or persons for like purposes.
ection'7. Said Company shall hold
id town free and harmiess from all
mages, or claims -or damages, aris
by reason of the ,rection or negli
nt maintenance of 'said lines.
Section 7. This Oikdinance shall be
force and effect from and after its
Done in Couneil this fifth day of
[L. s.] JAS, E. COAN,
Atest: JNO. J. NEIL,
4-8 Clerk of Concil.
.' T II Ea PORTUANDO.
R ANK. SA BOR OSO.
N NI. SABOROSO,
ERITT. DAVID CROCKIET.
ERRITT. DAVID CROCKET.
OUBLE TEAM. DODBLE TEAM.
OUBLE TEAM. DOUBLE T EAM.
CAGE HORSE. RICH and RIPE
IPE and JUICY. SCBNAPPS.
Also a nice line of Pipes and Smok
IEINZ'S Chili Sauce.
" Pickled Onions.
" Celery Sauce.
' Tomato Catsup.
"c India Relish.
-" Salad Dressing.
" Sweet Mixed in bulk.
" Sour Mixed in bulk.
" Queen Olives, all sizes.
" Deviled Olives.
. M. HABENICHIT.
,000 BALES PEAVINE HAY: 65c.
per hundred ; 812.00 per ton.
314f H. L. ELIJOTT.
We are no receiving the
You people wh'o-vant to ge
asked to look a1 ou- Prints,
Some extra bargains 11 these
We have also received'4
Lawns, Checked Muslin, I
are marking these goods ext
A good size Linen Towel
Turkish Towels at 20c. at
New 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. 01
you in the best goods at low
The I(dIwell Di
Spring and ~
JUST OPENED UP F!
Atll tl Latcet
The next session begins Septembei
ppil is required to pay an entrance
Nvuo.-Seholars in the Graded
Oa extra, 7 eewn e moth; two
Literary course, 75 cents:)
]Hach higher course include aR thai
Fh e reor of the scholars of this
SA TCOST. i
--24 : eee
Silver-Plated Table Spoor
Teaspoons and Medium For]
that I will sell at
Cost for Cash,
To letter them, at cost price
will be THREE CENTS PIE
Come and see them.
C. M. CHANDLElE
MONEY TO LOAN
On farming landa. Easy paymen
No commissions barged. Borrow
pays actual coct of perfecting los
IOfnter PALMER & SON,
Columbia, S. C.
or A. S. k W. D. DOUJGL ASS,
10.4 Winnsbhnoen. C (
-D T THE BUSINESS
RUFF ASKS YOUR
first items of Spring ods.
t an early start for spring a
Percales, Duck, Colored Piques.
goods in short lengths.
,autiful le of White Goods
ty, Pique, and Welts. We
r ap to start the season.
1) ir To 'eoIs.
at ioc.; ,xtra large and heavy
d 25c.; ful..-ock in Huck and
Colored Shirts, - od value
We are better gprepar l,to sell
r before. Our buyer will s to
f4w days and we expect to
ir constant endeavor is to pleast]
pst prices. Come and see us.
y ood orpaly
TH O F
LOM ONE OF THE BEST
IN NEW YORK CITY.
eStyles arnd Pop
aM Qr11ef School.
OROi S.- C.
20, 1897, and ens Jue 24t 1ge8. ea
.rse, $1.00 per month.
Classical cour,se, $1.80 per month.
precede. Good board een be obtained
is toelbest garatee of its enc.an
IN SPITE OF THE
lateness of the season, if
you prepare land well and
"plant seed bought from
us you will probalily have
s a better garden than
susual this year.
s,They are scarce and the
Iprice will go up.
-BEAUTY OF HEBRON,
IEARLY ROSE and
ONE DAY .ONLY.
Eayeas on the afternoon train.)
TILL BlING LL LINE 01
samples of his a k.
PRICES ALL RED D.
Pfl . Ladie' Sash B
Shirt Waist Set+ with
ins. in plate arid gold, and Link
Partie; desiring Spectacles can be
itted as usual.
IRING YOUR WATCH WORK
AND JEWELRY JOBS .ALL
OF WHICH WILL LOOK
LIKE NEW WHEN
Tri-Weekl, P8 a Ye ai AdAm.s
Wekly,91.5O a Yearki Ava
and every thingis job Mae dame
as cheaply as- anyhg else a
Eivery penny spent at
home is kept at home.
IN ALL ITS *EPAETMI'S,
with a fall stock of Caskets, Esual
Cases and Coffis, constantly en hbad,
apd use of hearse when requted.
Thaahfal for past patronage amdtseNli
tatien for a share lnathe hUsre, in the
eldC tended to at all hes.
MLIWN W ,