Saturday, April 15, - - 1809
. - - LOCAL BaRfS.
-prescriptions filled promptly at
John H. McMaster $ Co.s For ur
gent calls ing up telephone No 39.
-M. W. Doty & Co. have a number
of farm implements which they will
sell cheap. These include cotfon plan
ters, grain cradles, etc. Also buggies
and other vehicles. Read their ad.
Before the discovery of One Minute
Cough Cure, ministers were greatly
ditargd by coughing congregations.
ezecse for it now. McMaster Co.
Millinery, pattern hats, latest
-.,4or's trimmed and untrimmed hats
in variety, with a milliner fully posted
in styles, etc., and prices to suit the
times. I wait your trader
-Frank Goins, a so)i of Charlie
Goins, a highly respectable colored
citizen of this place, died at hi3 home
here on.Tnursday and was buried on
Friday afternoon. He was a member
of the lre company and his fellow fire
men attended the.funeral in a body.
"Give a liver regulator and ; can
regulate the world," said a genius.
The druggist handed him a bottle of
DeWitt's - Little Early Risers, the
..famous little Iills. :.McMaster Co.
-Caids Are out announcing the ap
proaching itarriage of Mr. George R.
Resebert to-Miss Annie Iredell Jones,
of _0olubia. The wedding takes
place on the 25th inst. in Trinity
Church. Miss;Jones is a daughter of
Capt. secd Mrs. Allen Jones and is
well known here. Mr. Rembert is
a nephew ofs Mr. Thos. Bembert, of
-The Caldwell Dry Goods Co.
have bought a large stock of spring
goods and they invite you to inspect
their goods before you do your shop
ping. Their millinery department is
complete, the goods are beautiful and
atyiish, and the prices the lowest.
- Shoes for both men and women at
low prices and everyone can be suited.
They are prepared to please, and you
should give them a call. See their ad.
J. Sheer, Sedalia, Mo., conductor on
alectric street car line, writes that his
little daughter was very low with
.croup, and her life saved after all phy
siciansiad failed, only by using One
MinteCagh Cure. McMaster Co.
-An oratorical contest .s4 to be held
at .Brekine College on the night of
Friday, April 28th, in which the fol
lowing colleges will be represented:
Clemson, Furman, Wofford, Clinton
ans1Etkine. The speaking is to take
placei--the large auditorinum and a
tiemeundous-crowd is expeted to be
present.. One of the judges is to be
lion. ames Wilson, a member of
Presidant McKinley's cabinet.
erNiC AND GOING.
Mrs. aelay Igoover returned to
Mrs. W. U. 1uf of Ridgeway, is
visiting Mrs. Jas4. Davis..
Mrs. A. G. Brise, of Chester, is
visiting at Mr. V. H.lenuiken's.
*.Miss Louise Llison leaves to-day
for a visit to relatives in Orangeburg.
Mr. Davidi G. Ellison returns to
Columbia to-day after spending seve
ral weeks at home.
Mrs. U. G. DesPortes and Mrs.
John A. DesPortes lattended the play
in Ridgeway on Thursday night.
Miss Bessie Cullens of Baltimore,
arrived Thursday to take charge of
Mrs. Boag's millinery department.
If you have a cough, throat irrita
tion, weak lungs, pain in the chest,
diffcnlt breathing, croup or hoarse
ness, let us suggest One Minute Cough
Cure. Always reliable and safe. Mc
Master A Co.
DLAeK5TOCK'5 NEW COUNCIL.
The- annual election for intendant
d waruens for the town of Black
tock wan held on. Monday, April 3rd.
e eleetion gave promise of being a
ery quiet affair, but very soon after
uing the polls it became evident
at two tickets were in the field, and
il the offcial count showed that the
Id council had been re-elected to a
an, it would have been hard to tell
hich would be the successful one.
e council is composed of the follow
g gentlemen: A. Macdonald, in
dant; wardens-J. D. Mebley,
cter Ward, D. M. Mobley and H.
Bolder. . I. Y.
Services will be held in the follew
churches on Sunday:
ociate Reformed Presbyterian
.McElwee Ross. Service at 11
m and-S p. m. Young men's
eting at 3.15 p. m. Sunday School
p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday
t. John's Episcopal -Services at 11
Sunday School at 10 a. im. Ser.
on Friday at 4 p. m.
ebyterian-11 a. m. by the pas
_ Sunday School at 6 p. mn. Prays
'ng Wednesday at 5 p. m.
thodist-11 a. mn. by the pastor
y School at 3 p. m. Prayer
' Wednesday at 5 p. m.
tist--Preaching at 11 a. m. and
mn. by the pastor. Sunday Schoo
DaekIen's Armies salve.
Best Salve in the world for Cuts
,Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheumn
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands
lains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
and positively cures Piles, or n<
. It is guaranteed to gov
t=satisfaction, or money refund
rice 25cenes per box. For sal<
A stubborn cold is easily taken; it
sticks. to some opI9 all winter and
very often develop to bronchitis or
consumption. Yonaouldcure a cold
n remedys ac
knowe e to be mnost eedeyn and
reliable or all affections of the throat
and lungs. It cures a cold atonce.
Prompty Ures Stubborn Colds.
mesesam lasasesant to take. Doctors
teaO~mw2enit. rCt 25cents. At andrUggitW.
TEEATZICAL PREFOE9AI CA.
Ridgeway Enjoys a DeUghtful Comedy.
On Thursday night the elite of
Ridgeway were delighted by the per
tormance of "Finnigan's Fort:ac.
The play was produced by the Ridge
way Dramatic Club, which by the
way is a bright aggregation of theatri
For a long time expectation was on
the que vive and great interest had
been awakened in this play, and the
effort of those engaged was fully re
paid by the large audience which
greeted their appearance on Thursday
It was perhaps the largest audience
that has assembled in Ridgeway on
such an occasion for many a day. The
house was crowded and enthusiastic,
and well might they be; the play was
in itself a strong one, and. was in
every respect all that could be desired.
It was~ a good play well rendered.
One seldom has the good fortune to
seo so much good acting among ama
teurs. Taken all in all this rendition
of "Finnigan's Fortune" regect great
redit on the performers and the town.
Mr. McEachern, in the title roll, was
eminently a success. His every word
and gesture showed his thorough ap
preciation and comprehension of the
character he was impersonating. At
times he became pathetic and held his
auditors by the spell of his tart, and
yet tgain he touched the springs of
wit and humor, which brought forth
bursts of applause.
Jake, the kee-or of a first-class
Dutch saloon, was without doubt a
most happy and artistic impersonation,
and Mr. eeorge Moore, in this charac
ter, gave evidence of histrionic talent
of the highest degree. Jake's advent
was from first to last the siga of
mirth and applause.
And now what can we say of pretty
winsome little XEaty that will do even
faint justice to the charming p ortrayal
of this character as acted by
Miss Sarah Coleman? We can only.
say that when she stepped before
the footlights she so won the hearts
of the -anir*--andien that
whn the~ curtain fell on the last act
the whole house, like Patrick, was in
love with the sweat little Datch girl.
Lady Eanna, too, won laurels for
herself, and it will be long before
those who saw Miss Marie Moore in
ths character will forget the thrill of
pleasure they felt whenever she ap
peared. Messrs. A T. Moore as auf
fety, Ed. Boyd as Patrick, R. M.
Bolick as Count de- Morney, sustained
the diferent parts4-n which they were
casted with great ikill' and are de
serving of th'e higaest praise. Eut
when all were so good, if it can be
said that one excelled, it is to Mrs.
Blair the palms belertgs. In the role
of Mrs. Finnigan MErs. Blair gave
evidence of theatrical ability of the
highest order. From the moment the
urtain went up until its fall she
caught and held the sympathy of the
audience. This presentation 6f Mrs.
Blair's was indeed the perfection of
art assisted by beauty. It was diffi
cult for the beholdierto decide whether
to art, beauty, or grace was due to the
sensations of pleasure, wonder and
a-miration which ever and anon took
possession of the mind as we beheld
the fiae performance. Love, anger,
pride and disappointment were each
in turn touched and portrayed by this
gifted performer. Nevet over done,
never under done, but always true to
nature and to art she was.
The play was a fine one well rend
ered and all praise is due to those who
carried it to Euch a successful finish.
The success won in the past should be
an incentive for efforts in the future,
and we hope that "Finnigan's
Fortune" will not be the last of the
entertainments which we will have
the pleasure of witnessing in Ridge
Bobbed the Grave.
A startling incident of which Mr
John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the
subject, is narrated by him as follows:
"I was in a most dreadful condition.
My skin was almost yellow, eyes
sunken, tongue coated, pain contin
ually in back and sides, no appetite
gradally growing weaker day oy day.
Three physicians had given me up.
Fortunately, a friend advised trying
'Electric Bitters,' and to my great joy
and surprise, the first bottle mnade a
decided~ improvement. I contined
their use for three weeks, and am now
a well msn. I know they saved my
life and robbed the grave of anotber
victim." No one should fail to try
them. Only 50 cents per bottle at
McMaster Co.'s drug store. 6
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
TE TOWNI'S INANCs.
Winnsboro, 8. C.
The following statement, by the
Clerk of Council, of the receipts and
expenditures of the town of Winns- B
boro, for the municipal year com- o:
mencing April 12, 1898, and ending F
April 12, 1899, was presented to the i
Council on the 14th inst., and ordered E
to be published:
JoA J. Neil, Clerk of Counci.l, in A.
count with the Town of Winnsboro.
April 12. To cash bal. on
uand.................. .$1,616 23
To .mt. received tai es 1895.. 3 55 b
To amt. received taxes 1896.. 5 91
To amt. received taxes 1897.. 756 19
To amnt. received taxes 1898 1,350 03
To amt. receiv'd from licenses .
and rent of market........ 251 55
To amt. received from fines.. 179 75
To amt. received from Dis
pensary profits.........518 08
To amt. receiyed from miscel
Irneons sources............ 122 85
By amt. paid regular police..$ 831 85
By amt paid improvement on
streets............... 679. 52
By amt. fund appropriated to
Mt. Zion College.... ..... 660 00
By amt. interest on town
bonds,1897........-------. 490 00
By amt. interest on town
bonds,1898................ 490 06 B
By a mt. supplies for fire de.
prt rnent..... ...... 489 34 c
BY a:w. street lamps, etc.... 140 72
By amt. clerk's salary.. .. 150 00
By a?,t. part of Intendant's
s.ary................... 65 00
By amt. salary engineer and
assistant steam fire engine. 150 00 B
By amt. counsel's talary.... 30 00 I
By amt. extra police........ 60 36 B
By amt. printing .......... 47 50 p
By amt. keeper town clock 35 00
By amt. improvement park.. 57 93
By amt. lamplighter........ 108 00 .
By amt. street worker...... 108 00
By amt. vaccine virus and ex
pense quarantine... ...... 36 10
By amt. registration and elec
tion managers........... 31 00
By amt. miseelleneous...... 52 92
By amt. market telephone.... 10 00
April 12. Cash bal. in bauk.. 47 98
Total...................$4,711 16 fc
John J. Neil, Clerk.
April 14, 1899.
Remarkable Rescue. U
Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainfield, sI
Ill., makes the statement, that she el
caught cold, which settled on her Is
lungs: she was treated for a month by tt
her family physician, but grew worse. C
He told her she was a hopeless victim ii
of consumtion and that no medicine
could cure her. Her druggist sang- IC
gested Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption; she bought a bottle and bi
to her delight found herself benefited t(
from first dose. She continued its use
and after taking six bottles, found her
self sound and well; now does her ..
ewn housework, and is as well as she
ever was. Free trial bottles of this
Great Discovery at McMaster Co.'s
drug store. I.arge bottles 50 cents
and $1.00. 61
HOW TO CATCH A sHEEF.
To catch a sheep, seize with the
right hand by the hind leg above the
hock. The psressure upon the sinew oj
above the hock joint paralyzes the a
leg for a moment, and the hepwill
rarely struggle. The left hand should aj
ten be slipped around the breast,
and the shepherd has perfect centrol
of the heaviest sheep without pulling
in the least upon the wool.
For a enick remedy and one that is
perfectly safe for children let us recoin
mend One Minute Cough Cure. It is
excellent for croup, hoarseness, tick
ling in the throat andicoughs. Mc
Master Co.' 3.T.8
FEUIT CURES INEBRIEEY.
Do you know any one who is a -
large fruit consumer who is a drunk
ard? If you do, I do not and wh ?j
In a conversation with a phsician
on this subject he admitted th tct
and justifies It with this reason that
the desire among borticulturists for
liquor is, comparatively speaking, un
known to those living largely on
ubacid fruit, that one of the mildest
andi speediest cures for the liguer
appetite is a habitual fruit diet.
Another rays that the eating of toma
totis with salt by one addicted to alc)
hulic beverages will soon make liquor
as a beverage offensive, undrinkable
and ungrateful to the stomach, so
much so that it will nauseate 'when
druuk. If so this is the'cheapest reme
dy yet offe:ed and should supplant the
As the season of the year when
pneumonia, la grippe, sore throat,
coughs, colds, catarrh, bronchitis and
Iang troubles are to be guarded against,
nothing "is a fine substitnte," will
"aswer the purpoSe," or is "j lstsS
good" as One Minute Coug Cure. h
That is the one infallible remedy for
all lung, throat or bronchial troubles.
Insist vigorously upon having it if b
"something else" is offered you. Mc
SHI NDIP o
THE .neo-- of Me.
GREAT w.' --
RENCH REMEDY produces the above result
-in 30 days. Cures Nerv'ous DeSility, Impftruey,
I e icacek,. Failing Memory'. Sto;s al1 drains and
nescaused b,y err<rs of youth. It wards off In.
~;uyard Con ro.veound M regan Man
mes vigor ansds ze t ashrenkhen os ans. and fits
ma-x for buzsi:css e.r :oarriage. E.s ly carried in
he vest pock et. Pris a f 6 Poxes 33r.5
: iail, in. , in ;,ack- . a ,e,wiath
:itan guar.at~c. E :. 3 fA?.-.RA. Paris
Sold only by J. J. Oboar, Drug
gist, WVinnsboro, 8. C.
CITIZENs OWNING DOGS MUST e
keep them confined at home or sccurely a
muzzled with wire muzzles. All dogs
tat bave been bibg.en or suspected to E
have~ been bitted by mad dogs, or sup
poed mad dogs, must be immediately.
kied by their owners o! the p>lice
wil be reguired to do so.
JAS. E. COAN,
4. I ntendant.
A'NwadComplete Treatment, consisting o
UPPOSITORIFS, Capsules.of Ointment and two
axes of Ointment. A never-faifiag care for Piles
every nature and decree. ; t makesan opatiea
ith the knife, which is pamful, and een results
dahunnecessary. Why endure this terrible
seasNi We pack a Written Guarantee in sio
IBox. No Care, No Pay. soc. and $ a box, 6for
. Sent by mail. Samples free
OINTMENT, 25c. and 50c.
NJ! $ $% tI0N apans iLiver PelNts, the
reat LIVER and STOMACH REGULATOR and
LOOD PURIFIER. Smnall, mild and pleasant
take: especially adapted for children's use. So
Dses 25 cents.
FREE.-A vial of these famous little Pellets w'ill
given wit a $i box or more of Pile Cure.
NOTICE-THE GENUUIE FREsH JAPANESE rILE
UxE for sale only by
J. J. OBEAR, Druggist,
Winnsboro, S. C.
000 BALES PEAVINE HAY; 65c.
per hundred; $12.00 per ton.
S-14tf H. L. ELLIOTT.
WE HAVE A FULL STOCK OF
antt and Dow Low Cotton Planteri,
rheelbarrows, Grain Cradles, Farm
lls, and Nails, whieb we will sell
A NICE LINE OF
aggies on hand and to arrive; one
adies' Phaeton and Double-Seated
aggy, which we offer at reduced
rice to close. Respectfully,
L YL DOY O.
dvice 1.0 &0Publ.c
IT WILL PAY YOU TO WAIT
hich will take place Friday and Sat
day, April 14th and 1th. Our
ock is the largest and best selected
rer brought to town, embracing the
test novelties in Trimmed and Un
imnied Hats. An endless variety of
ildren's Headwear. Sailors' Walk
ig Hats and Bicycle Caps.
Never before have Millinery Goods
oked so artistic.
Miss Sitgreaves is a trimmer and
xyer second to none, and will be glad
have her friends call and examine
SMRS. J. D. McCARLEY.
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE
of these goods direct fro'm Kala
azoo that every lover of Celery will
C 'TNED CELERY.
Ci D ror r. cipe book and sampe.
. M. HABENICHLT.
is almost a thing of
e past, and the intelligent people
ive learned that safety in Drugs and
edicines is to be found in a reputa
e drug store. Your doctor will tell
All prescriptions receive our undi
Ring up 'Phone S for urgent calls.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
ature in stre n i~enng and recon'
bracting the ehuted digestive or
ans. Iti the latest discovereddigeste
nt and tonic. No other preparation
an poach it in efficiency. It in
ta relleves and permanently cures
)pesa, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Prepared byE. C. DeWitta&Co., Cl3Icago.
HAVE YOU DONE YOUR SP.
should see what we have to offer.
than ever. We have a large stock and
One of the bargains is in Black Gold
Medal Dress Gecds under the usual
price. Also a fine variety of Colored
Dress Goode, Silks for waists and
Trimmings, China Silks, Taffeta Silks,
Pour de Soi Satin for skirts.
This department is more compkto to
stylish and up-to-date. We offer you 1
New styles in Ladies' Shoes, Oxfords
New stock of our splendid $2.00 and
$3.00 Shoe for men.
Anything you want in Shoes and
the best at low prices.
We are better prepared to please yen
trade with us. We sell the best goods
SThe aIdwell h Dr
toay. nOurbuiness ih
shoes in all' the differei
and we know if your_sh<
(s spent-eg -fou get
for your money.
FOR BIG, LITTLE,
650 Pairs Men's Pan
150 Pairs Boys' Pant
230 Pairs Knee Pant
---SEE MY LINE
I,ETTRRS OF ADLINSTRTION.
8TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNITT OF FAIRFELD.
B & RB. JOHZiSTO1, Es.,Jdge robate
W HEREAS; Mrs. Maggie B. Turner
hath made suit to me to grant
her letters of administration of the
estate and effects of John M. Turner,
These are therefoire to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said -John M. Tarner,
eceased, that they be and- appear
before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Fairfield Court
House, South Carolina, on the 21st
day of April next, after publi
ation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have,
why the said Administration should
not be granted.
Given under my hand this 5th day
of April, Anno Domini 1899.
S. R. JOHNSTON,
4.6-2t Judge of Probate.
Secret of Beaut
is health. The secret of bV
the pov:er to digest and~
ilate a proper quanity c f
This can never be done w ::
the liver does not act it's par:.
Tu:i~ Liver Pills are o a
lute cure for sick headachL, d a'
pepsia, sour stomach, mnaari...
constipation, torpid liver, pik
jaundice, bilious fever, Lili;
ness and kindred diseases.
Tutt's Liver Pisir
T TE EDITOR :-I have an absolute
remedy for Consumption. By its timely us',
thousands of hopeless cases have been already
permanently cured. So proof-positive am
of its power that I consider it my duty to
sn to botkls fris to those of your readers
who have Consumption,Throat, Bronchial or
Lung Trouble, if they will write me their
express and postoffice address. Sincerely,
T. A. SLOCUX, L C., 1s3 Pearl St., New York.
ebl . r (unantbhs eer us P gifo.
tING SHOPPING? IF NOT, YOU
We have a greater variety of goods
many bargains that will pay you to see.
This is a great season for Wash
Goods. We have them in great variety
and %, r, pretty. Pigrs, white and
colored, price 8c. and . p; Organdies,
Dotted Mull, Madras, Brilliants, etc.
Shirting Prints at Se and 40-inch
Batiste Cloth at 6Ic. are good bargains.
White Goods of all sorts and pretty
Embroideries, Laces and Braids to
an ever before. The goods are new,
he best at reasonable prices.
New styles in Negligee Shirts that
are pretty and cheap. New style Col
lars. A beautiful line of Gents' Ties
and Bows in Spring colors.
We have a room devoted entirely to
Clothing now. We can please you in
a suit from stock or take your measure
and have it made for you.
than ever before. It will pay you to
at the lowest prices.
p may be limited to a dollar
and a half, or it may reach
the five dollar mark
that's your business--you
know what you can affbr
to see that you get y
what you pay. Anid tha
OLD AND YOUNG.
Ls from 25c. to $6.50.
s from 5oc, to $3.50.
s (from 2oc. to $1.50.
A Sure Cure.
:A T1RA(CT OF 176 ACRES OF
land, on Lt 'n "'r"e belonging to
D. M. Broom, .- ..:;ded by landa
of the estate of R. G. Simonton, Stev
euson and others.
For S. ms a D DOUGL ASS.
11.17 Atforny_ Winnahora. S. tM
ONE DAY ONLY.
(Leaves on the afternoon train.)
WILL BRING FULL LINE iF
samples of his stock.
PRICES ALL REDUCND.
A S: sh"i rt' a **tStSir
Pins. in plate and gold, and Link
Parties desiring Spectacles can be
fitted as usual.
BRING YOUR WATCH WORK
AND JEWELRY JOBS .ALL
OF WHICH WILL LOOK
LIKE NEW WHRI
TriWe#,a Yar laM,au.
iekly?j.50 a Tearmi ksham.
and everything in job-Ene demo
as cheaply as anywhere else a
Ev'ery penny sipent at
home isN at home.
IN ALL ITS DtPARTMEN1'S,
with a fuil stock of Caskets, Eal
Cases and Coins, constantly en hand,
and use of hearse when -requested.
U'hankfat forvpast patron e and soleW
tation for a share in the SU, in the
old stand -
Calls attended to at &Ii hars.
J.m K,LLIeg MP
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