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Thu.rsday, Apr3! 13, - - 1899
-R. Brandt, the Chester jeweler,
will be in Ridgeway on Thursday,
April 20. Read his ad.
--McMaster Co. are selling Irish
pstatoes and seeds of various kinds.
A full supply of garden seeds always
-Mr. R. Braidt,rof Chester, was in
town on Wednesday with samples of
his large stock of jewelry, eilverware,
kc., from his Chester store.
-The weather permitting, several
people from Winnsboro wiil attend
the play to be given in Ridgeway this
evening. They will go down by
Before the discovery of One N inute
Cough Care, ministers were greatly
disturbed by coughing congregations.
No excuse for it now. McMaster Co.
-On Monday Mt. Zion Institute
Will change the hours for opening and
clueing the school. Beginning with
Mon day the school will open at 8.30
a. m. instead of 9 a. m. as heretofore.
-Q. D. Williford has a large line
of pants for boys and men, all sizes
- and at all prices. He also his a sup
ply of overalls. If you wart shoes,
both black and tan, call and see his
-Mrs F. H. Habenicht has on hand
a line of goods from Kalamazoo.
These are celery in every shape and
form and are put up in the most at
tractive way. Get a recipe book and
sample of goods.
-The lst of May will see the new
depot in use. It was at frst thought
- th:t Mr. Skinner would,move in and
take possession of his now quarters on
the 15th of this month but this plan
has been changed.
"Give a liver regulator and I can
regulate the world," said a genius.
The druggist handed him a bottle of
DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the
fPsons little tills. McMaster Co.
. .,srs. White and Walter Brice
weie summoned to their mother's bed
- side on Saturday. She was suffering
from a stroke of paralysis. Just how
serions is the nature of the case, we
have not learned. Mrs. Brice is at
the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Turner, inFairheld. -Chester Lantern.
-The Chester Lantern says that Mr.
W. L. Diekey, of Blaekstock, thinks
that the blackberry bushes have been
killed. This is unwelcome news, for
sine all of the other fruit has been
killed, blackberries would have been
a- me~! appreciated than ever before.
< We.~p that Mr. Dickeyls mistaken.
-Wing engaged the services ol
Was Mallan, who has had several
tale i,i, ~eSe.
Dy using On
'nute h Care. McMaster Co.
* ~ 2~ThsNews and Cearier announcei
that the beautiful volumes of ?imrod
poems will be out in afew dava and i
is to be hoped that Fairield .will not
bebehind any of the other counties Ii
the Stite in the number of volumet
iold. These books are said to be vera
pretty and all of our people shouli
* get them.
-A2North Carolina camp of Con
federate Veterans is making an effori
to raise funds for the purpose of de.
frayin'g thie expenses of veterans whe
wish ao attend the great reunion and
who san not afford to go. This is
real charity and some of the camps in
-this State should follow their example,
for there must be many of our old
so'diers who will be unable on ac
count of lack of money to attend the
If you have a cough, throat irrita
tio'i, weak. lungs, pain in The chest,
.difficult breathing, creup or hoarse.
ne3s, let us suggest One Minute Cough
Cure. Always reliable and.safe. Mc
Master & Co.
-We learn from the Lancaster
Ledger that the bridge of- the L. & C.
Railroad, which was recently burned,
is to be replaced by an iron bridge,
arnd it Is hoped to have it completed
within ninety days. Paesengers are
ow being transferred across the river
y means of a flat. Capt. C. 5.
wight is to have charge of the re
uding of this bridge, the one burned
ring been built by him a number of
We have received a copy of Mc
l's Magazine, a fashion magazine
buhd in New York Cit y. It is a
mable paper, containing handsome
red plates, and in addition to
on notes it COntains household
,fancy work, notes on current
and popular fiction, and the
raa that are illustrated are sold at
ery low prices of 10 and 15 cents.
magazine is published by The
I Company, 158 to 146 West 14th
New York, and the price is 50
aquick remedy and one that is
lsafe for child.-en let us recom1
ne Minute Cough Cure.' It is
t for eroup, toarseness, tick
the throat and congb3. Mc
ohave already annonnreed, a
titled "Fiinnigan's Fortune,"
*ven in Ridge-way a o-night by
he young people of that place,
is an Irish comed y and will
g and entertaining, and we
that the young people who
epart will carry out their
A stubborn cold is easily taken; i
sticks to some people all winter anc
very often develop$into bronchitis o
consumption. You Bbouldcure a col
promptly by taking Dr. Bull's Cougi
yrup.This celebrated remedy is ac
ged to be nost efficient an
reliable or all affections of the throa
and lungs. It cures a cold at once.
Promptly cures Stubborn Colds.
Doses are smal and pleasant to take. Docto:
recommend it. Price 25 cents, At al druggist
quested to extend a cordial invitatioi
to all of the readers of TEE NEwS A.
HERALD to attend this play and w
hope that a large audience will b
present at the play.
gam The Kind Yeu Rave Always Bouot
-It was reported that a mad do
ran through town on Tuesday. It is
hard matter to learn the real trat
about these so-called mad dogs, fo
there are always some excitabl<
nervous people who are ready to be
lieve that every dog that appears o
the streets has hydrophobia. It is
dangerous thing for a dog to shoi
himself on the streets now, for a
dogs are looked upon with suspiciol
It is, of course, best for people not i
run any risks, but if the orders of th
intendant is obeyed there will be ver;
-A meeting of the Womans' Hom
Missionary Society was held at th
Methodist Church on Tuesday an
mach business of importance wa
transacted. A number of ladies wer
present and great interest in the wor
that has been undertaken was mana
fested. After the roll was called th
ladies discussed ways and means <
doing good, and committees were ap
pointed to take charge of differet
branches of the work. The ladies de
sire to keep the factory operatives sap
plied with good reading matter, an
they ask all who have books, maga
zines, religious papers, and any othe
good reading matter that they don
care to keep, to send them ever
Saturday morning to Miss . Franci
Creight, who .will see that they ar
distributed. As a way of raisin
funds to assist in building the chapi
it has been decided to give a missionar
tea. 'This tea will be given at tb
residence of Capt. W. G. Jordan an
anl o the laies or the town are invite
har ed, bt iute box Wepla
~Olrb whitever anyone cares
ontibLight refreahments w.
a .wt lihopdtta~
~ 1~irrealized. The socue
Robbed- the Grave.
A startling incident of which M
Johni Oliver of Philadelphia, was tL
subject, is narrated by him as follow
"I was in a most dreadful conditio:
My skin -was almost yellow, eyi
sunken, tongue coated, pain conti!
uslly in back and sides, no appetite
gradually growing weaker day ny da:
Three physicians had given me u)
Fortunately, a friend advised tryim
'Electric Bitters,' and to my great jc
and surprise, the first bottle made
decided improvement. I continue
their use for three weeks, and am no'
a well msn. I know they saved m
life and robbed the grave of anothe
victim." No one should fail to tr
them. Only 50 cents per bottle
McMaster Co.'s drug store. 6
GoXINC AND GOING.
Miss Henry Hoover, of Ridgeway
is spending a few days with Miu
The regular monthly communicatie
of Winneboro Lodge No. 11, A..F. M
will be held this (Thursday) evenini
at 8 e'cloek.
By order of the W. M.
C. M. Chandler,
Happy is the man or woman wh
can eat a good hearty meal withotu
suffering afterward. If you cannfC
do it, take KODOt DYSPEPSIA CURI
It digests what you eat, and cures a:
forms of Dyspepsia and Indigestior
sonRowING FoB A n!EIEND.
It is a sad and sorrowing miessage t,
all who enjoyed the friendship of ou
dear beloved friend Mr. John Turne
to learn of his sad death. He was
noble young man, fall of all goo<
qualities and one of the best of has
bands, sons and brothers. His plac
will be hard to fill. It is so hard t
realize that one so bright and active i
business of life should now be nam
bered with the dead. His memnor
will be enshrined in the hearts of a'
that knew him, for he was a nob!
specimen of man.
"Johnnie, thou was mild and lovely,
Gentle as the summer breeze.
Gentle as the air of evening,
When it boats among tbe trees.
Peaceful by thy silent slumber;
Pe'iceful in the grave so low ;
Thou no more will join our number,
Thou no more our song shall know
Dearest Johnnie, thou hast left ne,
Here thy loss we deeply feel;
But i'a God that hast bereft us,
He can all our sorrows heal.
Yet again we hope to meet thee,
When the day of life has fled,
The-i in heaven with j>y to gre,:
There no farewell tear iesabe&!."
AprilU 10, 1829. M. A. .*
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
l Signature of ,
CIVIL SERVICE EXA"I1ATION.
i The United States Civil ServIce
t Commission announces that a special
examination will be held by its post
offi,:e board of examiners in Columbia,
;f. 6, commencing at 9 a. m., for the
p.sitions of clerk and carrier in the
po- office in that city.
Only citizens of the United States
v be examined.
The examination will consist of
- sn:ling, arithmetic, letter-writing,
pr.;manship, copying from plain sopy,
geograp'ay of the United States, and
reading addresses. The arithmetic
will consist of tests in the fundamental
principles, extending as far as com
mon and decimal fractions and em
br .cing problems.
The age limitations for this exami
nadons are as follows: Clerk, not less
thi 18 years; carrier, between 21 and
40 years Applicants for carrier must
weirh at least 125 pounds, must be
r not leR= than 5 ft. 4 ;in. in height, and
mus tile with their applications a
mediil certificate, showing them to
a be '; under the required weight and
a height, and to possess the required
r pnysical qualificx;ions.
1 No application will be accepted for
. this examination unless filed in com
D plete form with the board at the post
e office in Columbia before the hour of
y closing business on May 1, 1899.
Applications should be filed prompt
ly; in order that time may remain for
e correction if necessary.
a This examination is open to all
, citizens of the United States who may
% desire to enter the serviee, and who
k comply with the requirements all such
persons are invited to apply; but at
e tention is invited to the fact that it is
,f th=. practice of the Postoffice Depart
. ment im making appointments to the
t grades of clerk and carrier to give
preference to those eligibles who are
legal residents of the city and vicinity
d where the examination is held. Sub
ject to this preference applicants wil
r be examined, graded, and certified,
with entire impartiality, and wholly
without regard to any consideration
savt: their ability as shown by the
0 grade they attain in the examination.
For application blanks (Forms 101
Sand 119), full instructions, specimen
.exenniination questions, and informa
Stion relative to the duties and s..laries
of the diff'erent pstosa
secretary oftheboard "' .
Sthe postoffee in Columbia.
qus A. Krsntslin,
Sec. Local Brd.
o B~e3narIkable Resce aned
11 Mrs. Michael Curta en, tat shed
oi consumtion and ~at no medicini
could cure her. H rgits
gested Dr. King's New'~
' Consumption; she bought a Sote
e to her delight found herself benefited
': .rom~ first dose. She continued its use
- and after taking six bottles, found her
8 self sound and well; now does her
ewr, housework, and is as well as she
ever was. Free trial bottles of this
- Great Discovery at McMaster Co.'s
-. drug store. Large bottles 50 cents
gand $1.00. 6
a Bucklen's A.ruica Salve.
d The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
7 Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Y Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
'' CiAIblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
Y tious, and positively cures Piles, or no
t pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refund
ed. Price 25 cen&a per box. For sale
by McMaster Co.
As the season of the year w~hen
pneumonia, la grippe, sore throat,
coughs, colds, eatarrh, bronchitis and
lung troubles are to be guarded against,
nothing "is a fine substitute," will
i "asswer the purpose," or is "just as
,good" as One Minute Cough Cure.
,1That is the one infallible remedy for
' ll lung, throat or bronchial troubles.
insist vigoronsly upon having it if
"something else" is offered you. Mc
y Bears th ___Th Kind You Have Always BoUght
'4\i~~.~: - Well Man
T H E .a e of Me.
P RENCH REMEDY produces the above mcult
in 30 days. C rz'rous Debiity1 1mpotency.
4 'icocee Foiling Nemnory. Stops aLl drains and
ZOsses caused by erre'rs of -outh. It wards off In
ar.v and Consum ption. 'oujnr Men regain Man
Mod'ar.d Old Men recover omnthful Vigor. It
e ~Vs vigor anids ze to shrunkeni or.sns, and fits
a:r:.n for business or mnarria;.. Ez:iv carried in
:e vet pocket. Price~f P' 6lBoxes $s.55
.. :at.: guarantee. LCI R. N kH:daRA. Paris
Sold only by J. J. Obear, Drug.
gist. Winnsboro, S. C.
Take N otice.
CITIZENS OWNING DOGS MUST
keep themn confined at home or sccurely
muzled with wire muzzles. All dogs
thut nave been bition or suspected to
bI: been bitted by mad dogs, or sup
p'ad( ma:d dogs, moust be immediately
kilecd by their owners o' the polie
will be rhg'ired to do so.
JAS. E. COAN,
and whiskey Habits
I FlOut ~Book ofpar
s Pt ps1 at .
A 'New and C('iplete Treatment, consisting of
SU PPOSITOkIS, Capsules of Ointment and two
Bores of Ointa gt. A never-failing cure for Piles
of every nature all degree. It makes an operation
With te knife wjich is ful and often results
ini death, nnaecasary. Why eurwe this terrible
disease? We eak a Written Guarantee in each
S1 Box. NoCr0No P" . oc.anid4t a box, 6 for
$5. Sent by nail, Sarr 3s iree
OINTMSNT '5c. and 50c.
CONSTIPATON a. Piles Prevented, by
it.anee LverPellets, the
great LIVE aniS;OMACH REGULATOR and
ULOOD 1'URIF?ER. Small, mild and pleasant
to take: especialy adapted for children's use. 50
doses 25 cents.
FR EE.-d vitl of these famous little Pellets will
be given with aS box or more oC -e Cure.
XO T-E-TJii 5Z-MUINE FRESHI JAPANE5S 1LZ.
Cuaa for saleon by
J. J. OBEAR, Druggist,
Winnaboro, S. C.
1,000 BALES PEAVINE HAY; 65c.
per hundred; $12.00 per ton.
3-14tf H. L. ELLIOTT.
IT WI. PAY YOU TO WAIT
S 'LL OPENING.
which wil take place Friday and Sat
urday, Alril 14th and 15th. Our
stock is tie largest and best selected
ever brousht to town, embracing the
latest novlies in Trimmed and Un
trimmed Ikts. An Eudle,: variety of
Children's iHeadwear. Sailors' Walk
ing Hats aai Bicycle Cang:
Never bfcre have Millinery Goods
looked so *tistic.
Miss Sitreaves is a trimmer and
buyer seco*l to none, and will be glad
to have her friends call and examine
ML. J. D. McCARLEY.
WE HAE A COMPLETE LINE
of of these goods direct from Kala
mazoo that every lover of Celery will
CE MY SAVORY.
Call for ripe book and samp:e.
F. M.l ABENICHIT.
Silver-Plated Table Spoons,
Teaspoonasand Medium Forkis
that I w'dl sell at
Cost for Cash.
To letter them, at cost prices,
will be THREE CENITS PER
Come and see them.
C. M. CHANDLER
25C. per peck.
WHITE DENT CORN,
ORANGli CANE SEED.
A full supply of
Digests what you eat.
It artificiallyligesis the food and aids
Nature in stiengttening and recon,
structing the ethau.'ted digestive or
gans. Itis thelatesdiscovered digest
ant and tonic. No ther preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in
stantly relieves and iermanentlycures
Dyspepsia, Indigeston, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stemach, Nausea,
OF CALDWELL &
We are now receiving the
You people who want to get
asked to look at our Prints, I
Some extra bargains in these
We have also received a bec
Lawns, Checked Musfin, Di
are marking these goods extra
A good size Linen Towel
Turkish Towels at 20C. and
New Lot Gents' and Boys'
and pretty pattern.
We want your business. I
goods at low prices than ever
the Northern markets in a i
an elegant Spring Stock. Ou
you in the best goods at lowe
The Caidwell Dr,
to pay. Our business ih
money's worth, no matter
what we do. We are
ceited, exactly, bu
jiave into securing tii
.ihoes in all the diffe:
~nd we know if your -s
Is 'spe~nt here you ge
.for your money.
FOR BIG, LITTLE
65o Pairs Men's Ps
150 Pairs Boys' Pa
230 Pairs Knee Pa:
--SEE MY LINE
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATIO.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FARFIELD.
By S. 1?. JOHR?STOY, Esq., JudgecProat
WhHEREAS, Mrs. Maggie B. Turne
Vhath made suit to me to grar
her letters of administration of th
estate and effects of John M. Turnej
These are theref>)re to cite and ai
monish all and singular the kindred au
creditors of die said Jo'hn .1. Turnue;
deceased, that they be and appea
before me, in the Court of Prc
bate, to be held at Fairfield Coat
House, South Carolina, on the 21s
day of April next, after publi
eation hereof, at 311 o'clock ir the fore
3m00n, to show cause, if any they have
hythe said Administration shouli
not be granted.
Given under my hand this 5th da
of April, Anno Domini 1899.
S. R. JOHNSTON,
4-6-2t Judge of Probate.
Secret of Beauty
is health. The secret ofha
the power to dig-est and A
ilate a proper quanity of i~c.
This can never be done when
the liver does not act !t's i;r:t
Tui. Liver Pills are an ahso
lute cure for sick headache, dys
pepsia, sour stomach, nmaliU
constipation, torpid liver, piles
jaundice, bilious fever, bilion.
ness and kindred diseases.
Tutt's Liver Pius
TomEDITOR:-I have an absolute
remedy for Consumption. By its timely uso,
thousands of hopeless cases have been already
permanently cured. So proof-psitive am I
of its power that I consider itmy duty to
send two bottkrs frce to those of your read ers
who have Consumption,Throat, Bronchial or
Lung Trouble, if they will write me theIr
express and postoflice address. Sincerely,
kr. A. SLOCUX, M. C., 183 Pearl St., New Yer..
D T\ THE BUSINESS
RUFF SKS YOUR~
first ite:ms o Spriing Goods.
an early stat for sprin are
'ercales, Duck, Colored Piques.
goods in short lengths.
iutiful line of White Goods
nity, Pique, and Welts. We
L cheap to start the season.
<~li- ilI To \ cc 1s,
Lt roc.; extra large and hea-.y
. 25c.: full stock in I-uck and
"olored Shirts; extra good value
Ve are better "prepared to sell
before. Our buyer will siart to
ew days and we expect to show
r constant endeavor is to plea-e
3t prices. Come and see us.
may be limited to a dpllar
and a half, or it may reach
the five dollar mark- I
that's your business--you.
know what you can afford
to see that youget you
brains we -
t the most
,OLD AND YOUNG.
nts from 25C. to.$6.5o
2ts from 5oc, to $3.50.
its (fromn 20c. to $1-50.
A Sure Cure.
IA TR fACT OF 17: ACRES OF
ad, o : ~ - . belo:.ir' to
of the estate of i. t. 'timonton, St;:v
For ares apply 1o
A. s. &W. D. D('GL ASI.
ONE DAY :ONLY.
, (Leaves on the afteruoon train.)
WILL flUNG FULL LINE OF
samples of his stock.
PRICES ALL REDUCED.
1)PC' p . Ladie&' Sash Backles,
U10IJT , Shirt Waist Sets with
Pins. in plate ana gold, and Link
Partie3 desiring Spectacles can
fitted as iutil.
BRING YOUR WATCR WORK
AND JEWELRY JOBS .ALL
OF W III;H WILL LOOK
LIKE NEW WHEN
Weekly,1$1,50 a Yearlii AAvaase
- g AAWYi?JS' BBUFS,
and everything in jeb 1ne done
as cheaply as anywhere else se
lEvery penny spent at
home .is kept at home.
iN ALL T:s DEPARTMEN1'S,
wi'h a fnu stock of' Caskets, Burial
Ca.:o --nd Ce tina, constantly en hand,
s:ud i3 off h'erse when requested.
Thjank ful foripast patr-onage and solici
tation ;o:- a .ebare in the futuire, in the
Galls a'inzded to a: all honurs.
'UBE BOLIOTT wme S55P,
J. ], ELLIOTT & .