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NEWS AN HERALD.
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Tdes lay April 11. - - 1899
NTHROF'S QUARTERLY CONCERT.
Rxaminations for the second term
are over, the girls have gotten their
reports and have entered upon the
third and last term of the school with
renewed resolutions and energy.
At thi close of the last term was
given the quarterly concert by the
pupils of the mu3ical department.
Prof. W. I. Brown is (and may
well be) gratified at the good work
done by the pupils of the masic de
partment. He, as well as the other
music tea bers, is pleased to note the
ge:ieral improvement, and they had
every reason to be gratified on the
night of this last concert, when- the
girle s-, deservedly won the applause
of an appreciative audience.
The following is the program:
Two pianos, Novelette, E mt.ajor, op.
31, No. 7, Schumann. Misses Jennie
Russell, Marian Williams, Lalla Black,
Song--Sleep! Sleep! Hawley. Miss
Piano Solo-Waltz-A fiat, major,
op. 34. Chopin. Miss Nan Hill.
Piano Solo--Concerto - d minor
(Finale). Moscheies. Miss Margaret
Song-A Dream. Lassgn. Miss
Piano Solo--a. Nocturne, E flat, op.
$, No. 2-Chopia. b. Minuet Celebra
Piano Solo-a. Barcarole, G major
Rubenstein. b. Traumes Wirren,
Vocal Soli--a. Four L3af Clover
Coombs. b. Your Sweet Sake--Brown.
Miss Annie Marshall.
Piano S3lo -Am L->vely -F1ds, op.
P'iano Solo-Rondo Capricio.so, op.
13-Mea,delsehn. Miss Addie McAr
Two Part Songs--a. --redting. b.
0, Wert Thou in the C4uld Biast.
* Misses Dye and Marshal.
The second number, a song by Miss
McDaniel, was enjoyed by all; it was
sung well and with expression.
Tue waltz by Misq Hill was pleasing
t, the lover of Chopin's beautifat
- mnie. And the piano solo by Miss
Bosca showed rema~rkable skill in
The song by Miss Dye was pleasing,
comming in between the two pian->
Miss Marshall has a very promising
oieand sings well f.,r one who is
Her s >ngs were mncb enjoyed.
Miss Jones did herself great credit,
.and her piece was remarkable for its
beautiful quality of tone.
In the "Rondo Capricios" Miss Mc
ArtL.nr's brilliant touch was marked,
and sbe mustered with apnarent ease
her piece, which is quite difficult.
Happy is the mvi or woman who
can eat a good hies: tv meal without
suffering afterward. If you cannot
do it, take KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE.
It digests what you eat, and cures all
forms of Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
- WOODWARD CERONICLEs.
The weather continues very bad and
the farmers are feeling somewhat
* despondent over the situation. No
.work to smount to anything his bee.i
* done, and it has been . 'ira! veas
since so little was done uji., ibth same
time oftthe season.
Wheat and oats are looking very
well. A great many of our progre.
sL.ve farmers are using nitrate of soda
on their grain. This is the first of
this fertiliser ever used in this sec
tion. Hope it will be successful and
benefiting to the farmers.
The peach crop will be a falare.
Gardens also behind.
* Mr. Thomas W. Brice, Jr., had the
misfortune to have a cow killed by a
* south-bound freight train on the
Southern Rtailway a few days ago.
Mr. L. C. Caldwell, ex-railroad comn
missioner, of StatestiVe, N. C., has
been spending a few days in town
looking after the interest of his farm.
-Mr J Means Siminton, of Atlanta,
was in town~ one day this week.
Mr Wv L Reid was in Winnsbero
last Tuesday attending the A R P
Mr Jno A Stewar left for Charles
ton last Thursday to serve as a grand
juror i the United States Circuit
Miss Bessie Mobley, of Blackstock,
* spent a few days in town.
Mr. R W Stewart and daughter, of
this place, is visiting in Union.
Mrs J F Coleman has returned from
As the season of the sear when
pneumonia, la grippe, sore throat,
eoehs dolds, catarrh, bronchitis and
Iang troubles are to be guarded against.
mthing "is a fine substitute," will
-answer the purpose," or is "just a.
ood" as -One Minute Congh Cure.
'is -4be one infallible remedy for
- or bronchial troubles
on having it if
Owing to the i emency of the
weather farmers re very badly be
hind in the nting of their crops.
There has n but very little land,
even, pr ared for plant ig, and, as a
cons ence, all crops will be late.
T re will be equally as much ferti
izers used as were used last year.
Gardezr have received all proper at
tention as far as the weather would
permit, although it has been so wet
all .he spring until farmers have been
unable t-) make the proper prepara
Some of eur farmers were so un
fortunate as to lose some of their
stock recently. The prevailing di
sesfe seemed to be distemper, which
is th 'ught, was caused by feeding too
much damaged corn, for a large per
c-nt of last year's corn crop was
Oar popular wheelmen have organ
ized and formed a special run to be a
regular once-a-week trip from Brown's
mill to Tookoodoo and from there to
the vicinity of Blythewood, where
the. take, afler a stay of several houre,S
a direct course for home. The day
generally taken for the run is Sunday,
although Mr. J. A. Brown, president
of the byeicle club of this place, who
runs a prominent repair shop and gets
a splendid custo.n, spends most of his
valuable time in riding around for the
purpose of picking out the best roads
We are glad to report the conva
leseuce of little Ruth, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Brown. She has
been very seriously ill for some time
Mr James Brown and family have
been very much indisposed with
measles but glad to report their im
Mr B B Hogan h-s been indisposed
for several days with grippe.
It was with the profoundest sorrow
that we received the news of the death
of Mr Robt McKay, which occurred in
Havana, Cuba, a week or so ago.
Before he enlisted he was a very
prominent and'proFperons farmer boy
of our section.
Mies May Smith is vi6iting her sister,
Mrs C A Heins.
Best wishes to Nsws AND HERAuLD.
April 8, '99. Fritz.
Br the Th Kind You tare Always Boht
FLINT HILL PARAGRAPEs.
The people of our conmumiy are
somewhat behind in their plonghing,
but have kept up wheneve: they eauld
and have little casse for neasiness.
The wheat a-id oats are looking ime,
and some of the wheat lhas been joint
ing for some time.
Most every one has planted their
sgar cane and upland corn and are
o', waiting for it to dry off' to finish
preparing c>tton lawt'. Some of ss
have planted early ca'ra and expect to
be hauling in ab->t the laat of June.
'The gardens are doing well, except
a few, which wa4 not planted when
the chance was had, and ibe raios
have kept them from being planted
ever since. Such ~things as onions,
beets, Irish potatoes and beans are
coming up well. The beans were a
lit tie damaged by the frost the other
It ssesas as if we will have ve'ry
little fruit this year. The peach, pear
and wild plium trees have very few
blossoms en them. The apple and
cherry trees, however, are covered
pretty well, and these u,ay be expected
to have a good crop.
The farmers of our' neighborhood
are goiL.g to try something new in the
shape of a forage plant and land
renovator. It is the very common
Florida plant called "Giant Beggar
Weed." It ':claimed that beggar
weed pats into the soil in one planting
80 paunds potash, 180 pounds acid,
and 400 pounds ammonia at a yield of
'ten tons forage.
We have a new neighbor in our im
mediate vicinity, Mr. John R. Picket',
who is now living at his brother's
Miss Hettie Ezell, of Poplar Spring,
is about to leave on a trip to Green-'
ville and then on to Atlanta.
Miss Leutie Durham, of Oakland,
is visitinlg relatived in Columbia.
April 8, 1899. B. J. B.
It does not require an expert to de
tect the sufferer from kidney trouble.
The hollow cheeks, the sunken eyes,
the dark, puffy circles under the eyes,
the sallow parsnip-colored complexion
A physician would ask if you had
rheumatism, a dull pain or ache in the
back or over the hip', stomach trou
ble, desire to urinate often, or a burn
ing or scalding in passing it; if after
passing there is an unsatisfied feeling
as if it must be at once repeated, or if
the urine has a brick dust deposit or
When these symptoms are present, IJ
no time should be lost in remo~ving the I
Delay may lead to gravel, catarrh of
te bladder, inflammation, causing
stoppage, anad sometimes requiring the
drawing of the urine with instrurments,
or may run into Bright's Diseas', the
most dangerous stage of kidney trou-.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the
great discovery of the eminent kidney
and bladder specialist, is a positive
remedy for such diseases. Its repu
tation is world-wide aad it is so easyI
to get at any drug store that no one
need sufe~r any length of time for
want of it.
However, if yoru prefer to firEt test
its wonderful m,eta. mnention the
News and lier,'. a 'vite to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Bingthatwon, Ni. Y.,
for a sam ple bostle at d book tellingI
al about it, both sent absolntely free
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Price 50c. and $1; C boxes $s.
For quick, positive" - la :st ip ^r . c
Weaknc~s T In tcanc. \erVn::. I) i'y- t
Vitality. use YELLOW LAEEL- SPE6AL- d,.
strength -ii give strength and tone c. evere.
and tfecd .a _-::anent cure. C.g.. ani
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Winnsboro, S. C.
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Nature in strengthening and recon
structing the exhaustedi digestive *
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T U E UNDERSIGNED h AS PURH
chased tbe interest of the estate of F.
Gerig, deceased, in the stock of goods
of Gerig & Seigler, and solici:s the
trae of the people of Fait field County.
Plos, Hoes, Rariess, Mal~es,
of all kinds, and everything found
in a FIRST-CLASS HARDWARE
The trade of the friends asnd cus
tomers of Gerig & Seigler is fully ap
preciated, and the undersigned hopes
they may find it to their interests to
continue their business relations with
J. W. SEILER.
Comes to thie Frnt Agmii
_ E IS A HUSTLER IN THE
' rocry lir,e-buys and sells
nore goods for' CA SH Chan any other
ore in town. HIe believs in
HONESTY AND SQUARE DEAL
KG is his motlo. If yon want FINE
3ROUERIES give him a call and be
Porto Rico Molasses,
rVond imike a man strike his mother.
JUST TRY SOME.
,000 BA LES PE AVINE IIAY; G5c.
er hundred; $12 00 per ton.
3 14f H. L. ELLIOTT..
B, e -1-s %h,e
THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORaK COT'.
YOU SU STFFEI
75 C E NTS.
A Sure Gure.
LIME. SHINGLES, FLOORIN'
Ceiling, Weatber-Boarding and Lui
ber in esr lets, and can make clo
Full Stock of Groceries,
as eheap as anyrhouse
WVe try to handle ever- thing It
farmer.i needs. Give us trade and v
will gaarantee prices. We~ iar here
hV WIDOTY & 00
W.T A. W.
The registered stallioni W. A
will be at the &ables in rc::'fA
Henry Refo's store Fiday :w.i 8a
day of eaeb week ; balance of timne c
the farm. lie is seven y ears uld, ba:
with black points. Has good h ar
and muscle; no blemish or defect. F
is kind in disp.oeition and a perfe
roadster. His sire is the celebrate
Rd Wilkes, His damn, Betsy Bake:
was sir9d by Dictator, who was i
sire. of Jay-Etce-See, 2.10, oft irec oi
2 0'7, of the invincible Diree.t am, 2.0,
the grand-ire of Nancy Ilarks, it
qu o f trotters, and thre sire of ma
others of extremne speed.
Term,, $1.5 00 to insure in-rn wit
foal. For s on: :ed pedi;gree and cei
ifid record add'en
JOBN G MOBLEY,
4.4 tila ig1 Winnsb.rn, S t2.
THE UOUSE AND LOT NOV
ccupied by Mr. L. D. Rob?r!3or, i
he town of Winnsboro. Possessio:
van 1st January, 1900.
T.W. L AUDE E,
or JTaAMES Q. TDA
'I HAVE GO
Tlis Sasor oia of the
1eiod 8toels of Sr
0oods E ver Brou
MY PRICI3 ARI I
I WILL ENDEAVOR TO ENUME
I3IACAK DRESS 01
Black Henrietta, Black Serges, Black Ba
Black Nun's Veiling, Black Brilliantine, Blacl
Seeing is free; it won't cost you a penny
I have also some special values in Colore
will arise in your mind, How can such fine g
Here you will find a grand array of style
Plaid Batiste, Irish Figured Piques, Satin Fir
Corded Madras, Solid Colored Mulls, Solid C
- ured Chambreys, Solid Colored Covert Cloth
Figured Sateens, Solid and Figured Duck, F
See this selection before you make any p
Linen Lawn, Victoria Lawn, Corded
Mulls, Checked and Striped Muslins, Plain S
&c. In this line I anticipated your wants an
If you wish to see the latest novelties
me a look in this line. Ladies are not asked
them that I am in the lead in this departmen
Inspect this department and you will
ceebatdV. B. Corset when you want an
Corsets. They are the right quality, right pr
I have some SPECIA L BARGAINSi
I have a great variety of Silks, Velvets,
yo.are in my store give this stock a few m
will save you much trouble and money too.
RIBBONS in Silk and Velvet-the ches
of fine Silk Ribbon you can buy from me at])
SkIns can interest you when you want anythi
kn,Towels and Sheeting. I have some nes
LADIES' AND MISSES' WAISTS;
nmense assertment I have in stock. I guaran
better fitting than you can find for miles arou
Something nice in Silk Sunshades; and
of your dollar, try me when you want to buy
Compare my stock and styles with other
se cess in the shoe business. You will find as n
Men's fine goods in Tans and Blacks; Ladies'
shoes Honest Qt'ality; Fashion pronounces
Very Low Prices. See the Infants' Kid Sole
H IAT'S ANJD IAIPS for Men, B
to styles to offer you this season in Stfff Hats,
Crash Hats in the'latest shapes, Men's, Boys'
JGEN TS' F URNI
- This department is well filled with every
wear. See my line of Collars and Cuffs, Hosi
Come and get some of those Silk Front Shirl
full stock of Screven Pat. Drawers, Night S
.push and honest prices and best.styles that is
1 FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN,
I carry more Clothing than all the merc
dress of thought, and to be in style you must
that to make up a perfect and incomparable s
thtIcan produce better values, better styles
than the wvhole combination of competitors In
See my stock of Carpets, Matting, Rugs,
mocks, Door Mats, Carpet Binding and Fring
A full and complete stock of Domestics.
rTRe~'UNKS ANJ3 VALIJSE8.
p Follow the procession and you wvill land it
iangst ar d Bat Se
)hir~ Ziiad Summrier
glt to tlhis ]4apI t.
SOUND TG DO THE
RATE SOME OF THE ARTICLES
DD S. BEAR MEM.
tiste, Black Crepons, Black Tricotene Covert
: Albetross, Black Alpaca, &c. -
to look through this line.
d Dress Goods and Patterns. The question
ods be sold for so little money?
s and prices. French Orgaidies, Figured and
Lished Madras, Percales in Solid and Figured:
:olored Lawns, Indian Dimities, Solid and Fig
Plain, Fancy and Striped Crash, Solid and
ancy Cheviots, &c.
Piques, Fancy and Dotted Swiss, Organdies,
wiss, Checked Dimity, Tuckings, Apronettes,
d wishes, then made the prices irresistible.
md newest ideas for the season come and give
to believe, but are shown goods to convince
i. The fairest prices,ever made for such quali.
be well paid for your trouble. Remember the.
ything in this line. See my line df Summer
ce and right style.
n Ladies' and Gentlemen's Handkerchiefs this
Braids, Gimps, Ornaments and Buttons. When
~nutes of your time; it will be well spent as it
pest ever offered in Winnsboro. I have a line
g in iTable Linen, Oil Cloth, Doylies, Nap
r' things to show you in stamped goods. -
iso Ladies' Skirts. Don't fail to see the im
ee to sell you better made, better trimmed and
nd. No shoddy trash, all new and fresh.
I ND PARASOLS
f you want to enjoy the full purchasing power
and you will;not wonder at my marvelous suc.
ce goods in this department as in a city store.
and Misses' in the same. Truth brands my
them Correct Styles; Economy recommends
in various colors.
ys and Children. I have a great many nobby
Alpine Hats in any shade, Men's Straw land
ad Children's Caps in Crash and Duck. See
thing new and up-to-date. See my lin.e of Neck
ery and Suspenders, White and Colored Shirts.
:s. I have them either in white or colored. A.
~iirts, Gauze Undervests, &c. It is pluck and.
swelling my patronage in this line.
OR SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR.
ants in Winnsboro combined. Style is the
come to me. I am showing everything that
ock of Clothing. I boldly and truthfully state
ad better fitti ng garments at lower prices
inJow Shades, Hassocks, Lap Robes, Ham
s, Curtain Swiss and Fancy Drapery.
My prices are always at the bottom.
You cannot buy them cheaper anywhere in
the Mammoth Store of