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THE
NEW, AN H ERALD.
PU*M ED TRI- WETS'KLY
-BY
N wS &ND HERALD COMPANY,
rBRlIS.IN ADVANCE:
O)ae Year. - - $3.00
S1 Jonths. - - - 1.50
WIN SBORO, S. C.
Tuesday, May 16, - - - 1899
NOT Al EXCEPTION
t carese, it was to be expected that
mebody would complain that he had
een slighted or that somebody in
whom the co aplainant is interested
was slighted and snubbed. This always
happens. It is especially unfortunate
that no carriage was sent for General
Wheeler In the parade in Charleston,
for perhaps thare were more people
who wanted to see Wheeler than any
man at the reuiou. It is impossibla
thae.the fiilare to give General
Wheeler a place in the parade was
intentional, and we ara glad to see
tba. his daughter is sensib'e eio'igh t.
say that shi knows it was not inten
tional. But Governor Candler, of
Go-rgia, and his staff are now cow
plaiuing:thit they were e:mbba.t. It
appears that the Governor and hi;
staff were in the procession, but they
are put out because the Seorgian:
were not put in the fcont, and because
r .Governor Candler was not placed
along side of Hampton and Gordon t<
review the parade. All of this soundi
just a little silly. Everybod-" soaldn'1
be given first place, and it is a littlh
~~' s ~tgn to hear of such complaints.
On all such-public occasions, there
is always a supersensitive elemen1
who are so easily insulted and who
feel themselves slighted and snubbed
nsumatter what happens. The' Chbr
leston reunion would have been t
ii -most.remarkable exception, if s>me
body had net felt slighted. More o]
less confusion will UfeesSarily exist al
such assemblages, an,i some over
sights more or less serious are to be
expected. Freq'uently they can not
be explained, and the best thing to de
is to say jist as little Pb nt them at
possible.
- BLYTHEWOOD PARAGRAPHS.
Mr. James Price died at his home ii
Columbia on Tuesday, M ty 2ud. Hit
remains were brought up Wedoesday
evening snd interred at the Asbury
graveyard.
The.'youngest son of Mr. an,l Mrs.
John Rimer, who resides near this
S lacghas been_critically ill with pneu
.~' ~ is, at is now slowly improvag,
ere is a great deal of sickness ir
a community.
Miss Carrie Browne has been spend
ing awhile in town with her sister
Mrs. M. Langford.
Blyt.hewood was well represented al
the reunion.
Mr. J. C. Hoffnan spent last Sunday
at horne.
Messrs. Clifton R. Wilson and W.
-. Heins, of Myrtle, spent a few,
hours in "The City of Sand" last
Friday afternoon.
'Miss Marion Book birdt spent a fewi
days with rela'tives in Orangeburg ez
route to Charleston.
Miss Darday was for a few days
the guest at the residence of Dr. S,
W. Bookbardt.
Mr. R B. Watts, of the Second
3. C. Regiment, and who has bean in
- te hospital for severai weeks, re.
turned bomne last Saturday.
Mr. J. H. MfcLeanmade a short
_visit home a in fdsoysi ago.
~ Mr. F. E. Hlood now has charge a,
the livery stables at this place. Rides
free. Chrys a" emum.
May 13, '99.
MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR
Regulates the Liver, Stomach , Boweis and
Prepared dnly ysD. IMol,
For bilinisues,cosipton.n
~Dalr. ~. se-erSr ic
Fo ~r igson, sliirc ave ners
heidahedc. ,adtakGdta
faiure,os awf erospllstrtin
- For eve r ls. EbtT and kid-s
ne odieaesk Lemon Elixir.
Ladife,fd nthra ndetooagh
dotrornao, twken ers. Elhear.
ofn u Lemon E;gtit;r t ae neven
bottleotand att no f he ea u
ARRY W.DJONS,
Parke3 rstg Avest V irin m
Mozley's Lemon Elixir
C ufred mthbndigestion and
dyseterfor earslonghyare nIerd
hif leg,ondE:ixireotit afte usnw
bottles; and amnod arend wma. e
No.17oFrs givennte, irminhad,
suieed for years with inarge4iocersnd
nervous prostration.
4 Mas. E. A. BEEILLE,
Woodstock, Ala.
MOZLET'S LEMON HOT DROPS.
Cures all Coughs, Colds, Boarse
ness, Sore Throait, Bronchitis, Hem
orrhage, and all throat and lung dis
eases. Elegant, reliable.
25c, at druggists. Prepared only by
Dh. H. Mczlay A tlanta,.Ga.
BUCK LICK NOTEa.
Quite a number of the young people
here attended the Catawba Falls pic
nic last Saturday. That night we had
quite a heavy rain accompanied with
considerable wind.
The young oats look very badly,
owing to so much dry weather. It
seems they will be a total failure un
less they can get plenty of rain right
away.
Mr. Wray of Ridgeway has his tele
phone line to his place out here com
pleted. Mr. B F. Cassels also has a
phone at his store and his line joins
with Mr. Wray's. We can easily
communicate with Ridgeway now.
Mrs. Mary Gibson was seriously
hurt sontitime ago by a cow running
over and kicking her on the chest.
-Sh.e is getting about again, but has
not entirely recovered.
Mrs Dsve Province is at her father's,
Mr. B. F. Casels. Dr. Province is
expected soon, and, if we have been
rightly informed, is to locate near Mr.
Cassels. We are all delighted at the
prospect of having him with us again
The Misses Melliehampe returned
home last Saturday from a visit to
their old home near Ridgeway.
While there they attended .the Sunday
School convention which was a very
pleasant and instructive meeting.
Miss Maggie Hollis returned homE
yesterday after having made a very
pleasant visit to relatives and friendi
in Rocky Mount.
Mr. R. W. Featherston from Rocl
Hill spent Sunday here with friends
Our efficient and much esteemed
County Superitendent of Education
Mr. D. L. Stevenson, paid the Flint Hil
school a visit last week He hat
promised to return and be present a
the calico carnival which will be heli
at the close of school on the eveninq
of May 26:h. He will make an ad
dress then rettirg forth his plans for :
county high school or college for thi
bow and girls.
Through his eff->rts, Mr. Stevensoi
has gotten the finances of the schoolt
in such an improved condition that thi
county is now able to furnish bettei
facilities for the education of it,
children. I hope everyone who hai
the opportunity to hear this addres!
will avail themselves of it.
Those on the honor roll this weel
at the Flint Hill Academy are: Minnii
Milster, Kate Mellichampe. Marl
Clark, Tucker Cassels, Harry Pickett
May 13, '99. M. C. P.
If you suffer from tenderness o
fullness on the right side, pains undei
shoulder-blade, constipation, bilious.
ness, sick-headache, and feel dull
heavy and- sleepy your liver is torpii
and congested. DeWitt's Little Earl'
Risers will cure you promptly, pleas
antly and permanently by removini
the congestion and causing the bili
ducts to open and flow naturally
THEY ARE GOOD PILLS. McMaster Co
ABOUT OAT RAISING.
Col T J Moore Says Sow Oats ia August
Spartanb~urv Free Lance.
Editor of The Free Lance: Believ
ing that our want of sucseSS in oa
raising was due to our time of sowing
I determined last year to put my the
ory to the test, and so commenced ii
August to turn nder (with two-horst
turn-plows) hog weeds and crab grass
after wheat. t be former being as higi
as my head and as thick as they couki
stand ; the latter a fine growth. Youl
friend, Col. T. L. Gantt, passed here
whilst I was doing it, and as good at
said I was wasting time, which ]
rather thought myself, as neither he
nor I had any opinion of turning undei
green crops. Well, immediately aftei
the field was plowed, L sowed twc
bushels of oats to the acre, and har
rowed in, not expecting a stand fronr
fermentation. To my astonishment
every grain seemed to germinate and
commenced to grow right along. To
day they are the finest oats I eve:
raised. Recently J. Monroe O'Shieldi
passed the field, and remarked, "ther4
are some mighty fine oats down in thal
fiat yonder, thbey will make 75 bushell
per acre." So much for Col. Gantt's
an&iny judgmsnt.
I continued sowing during Septem
ber, and have now the finest prospeel
I ever had or ever saw in Spartanburg
Had I not done so when I did, I would
virtually have had no oats this year
.Te-he farmers, therefore, I would sas
T ommence in August to turn stubbk
and sow turf and red oats in Septem
ber~and October.
I have also made an interesting ex
perimlent in wheat-sowing on th<
heaviest sort of Bermuda grass land,
about which I may tell you sonme
other time. T. J. Moore.
Moore, S. C.
What Shall We D o.
A serious and dangerous disease
prevails in this country, dangerous be'
cause so deceptive. It comes on sc
slowly yet surely that it is often firmly
seated before we are aware of it.
The name of this disease whbich may
be divided into three distinct stages
is, First, Kidney trouble, indicated
by pain in the back, rheumatism,
lumbago, frequent desire to urinate,
often with a burning sensation, the
flow of urine being copious or scant
with strong odor.
If allowed to advance, this reaches
the Second stage, or Bladder trouble,
with heavy pain in the abdomen low
down between the navel and the water
passage, increasing desire to urinate,
with scalding sensation in passing,
small quantities being parsed with
difficulty, sometimes necessary to
draw it with instruments. If uric
acid or gravel has formed, it will
prove dangerous if neglected.
Ths Third stage is Bright's Disease.
Theresis comfort in knowing that
Dr. Kilmer, the great kidney and
bladder specialist, has discovered a
Remedy famous for its marvelous
cures of the most distressing casts
and known as D)r. Kilmer's Swamp
Root.
It is sold by all druggists.
As a proof of the wonderful virtues
of this great discovery, Swamp-Root,
a sample bottle and book of valuable
information wi~t be ser.t absolutely
free by main o, N plication to Dr.
Kilmer & to . [iiig. ng'mio, N Y.
When wri:ing kindly m~~an dan that
you read this liberal offer- ini The
ut , .. u. I a i lll l!Wlf I,lt Ip 11 l 1 I I
ta chl ao and i s1 Of
OPum,orp uor fiaerta.
No NARCOTIC.
AperfectRemedy for Constipa
tion. souSO h nacharroa,
worms'Cnnsonlvrs
ness zndLOAS OF SLEEP.
FacSimite Signature of
.xACT COPY OF WBAPeR,
BUGGIES.
IBuqqiG8.
BUGGIES.
WE HAVE THEM
AT PRICES TO
PLEASE YOU.
M. W. DOTY& CO
HOMES MADE CM
FORTABLE
BY BUJYING
Screen Doors
and
Windows.
Doors, complete,
$1.00 to $1250.
Windows, adjustable,
40c. to 50c.
Hlarper's Fly Traps,
15 eents..
J. W. SEIGLER.
sPAT
a0
FoHaeb
:0MNe&l
DRGISS
UNDERAKIN
INAL TSDPATEN0
taim For alnte buuey i h
UNERLITTAINGOP th
J.. AL LL IT ATME&NOO.
and u ~.f t and Whiey Habi~te
TAPLIUM fr area 8Oi1
/I
For Infants and Children.
'he Kind You Have
AIways Bought
Bears the
Signature
of
The
Kind
You Have
liways Bought.
ASTORIA
THE CENTAUR COPNY EW YORKC4Y
nok 35ALL.
A FINE THRESHER
(Formerly owned by Gen.
Brattcn.)
Can be bought at a
-FBasoBabl - Pr'ice
-by pplying to
SJ. D. klCARLEY & CO.
Silver-Plted Wife
I AT COST.
--I HAVE-~
--24 : Sets
Silver-Plated Table Spoons,
ireaspoons and Mediuni Forks
hat I will sell at
Cost for Cash.
To letter them, at cost prices,
vill be THREE CENTS PER
JETTER.
Come and see them.
. M. CHANDLER
able story; they represen$tr ao
eactly the percentage of cures
R heumacide
te wonderu ne contittionl
oher two pr nt. were not c ra
he ben cired iIn view of the
that rheumatism is incurable,an
that most remedie fal it must be
ae. Particulars and testionials
fe may wl known people sent
MaificialJ & THE BOBBITT DRWI
Sold in Vi nsooy McMaster~
Co., and bDruggists gnerally.
TOd for Eosmto.hv n b.v solu~te
r mtioBy its timely us-.
ispwr that I consider it yduty to
dwbotefree to thoshforo ral.
g Troule ithywil wriee tir
An Ordinance
Granting Pe: in to the American 1
Telephone and Telegraph Company
of South Carolina, its Successors and
Assigns, to Construct, 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
Fairfeld and State of South Caro
lina.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the Town
Council of Winnsboro, County of
Fairfield and State of South Carolina,
that the Amercan Telephone and Tele
graph Company of South Carolina, its
successors and assigns be, and the
same is hereby, granted the right,
privilege and authority t'. canstruct,
operate and maintain its lines of tele
phone and telegraph, including the
necessary poles, wires and fixtures
upon, along, over and under the iigb
ways and streets of said town of
Winnsboro upon the terms and condi
tions hereinafter provided.
Section 2. The said Compt.ny shall
establish connection in said town with
its lines end maintain same as long as
the net expense of maintaining such
connection in said town does not ex
ceed the gross receipts derived there
from.
Section 3. All poles shall be erected
under the direction and supervision &t
ommittee on Streets, which com
mittee shall designate the streets upon
which such poles shall be erected,
always allowing said Company rea
sonable facilities for reaching such
points as its business may requiie;
and all streets and sidewalks that may
be disturbed or damaged, in the con
struction of the said lines, shall be
promptly replaced and repaired by the
said Company at its own expense, and
to the satisfaction of the said Commit
tee on Streets, and all poles shall be
neat, symmetrical and so located as
not to interfere with the public use of
said highways or streets.
Section 4. Said Company shall be
subject to ordinances now in force, or
that may be hereafter passed relative
to the use of the public highways or
streets of the said town of Winnsboro.
Section .5, Nothing in this Ordinance
coutained shall be construed to grant
to the said Company an exclusive
franchise and the said Town Council
hereby reserves the right to grant.a
like consent to any otLer company,
person or persons for like purposes.
Section 7. Said Company shall hold
said town free and harmless from all
damages, or claims for damages, aris
ing by reason of the erection or negli
gent maintenance of said lines.
Section 7. This Ordinance shall be
in force and effect from and after its
passage.
Done in Council this fifth day of
April, A. D. 1899.
[t.. s.] JAS. E. CUAN,
Intendant.
Attest: JNO. J. NEIL,
4-8 Clerk of Council.
A Oriu1c8 Relatiug to llop.
Be it enacted anid'ordained by the
Intendant and Wardens -of tne town~
of Winnsboro in Council met and by
the authority of the same:
Section 1. That it shall not be law
ful for any dog to run at large on the
streets of the town of Winusboro,
unless such dog be scenrely muzzled
with a.. wire muzzle, and any dog,
either male or female, hereafter found
at large on the streets of said towi
not wearing such muzzle, shail .*b(
taken up by the police officers of said
town, and' shall be by them kept it
some secure place for the period of
twenty-four hours, durirg which time
the owner or custodian of such dog
may procure the release thereof by
paying a fine of one dollar. Any dog
not claimed and re'eased as above
provided within the said twenty-foui
hours shall, after the exuiration of thai
time, be killed by the said rolice offi
cers.
Section 2. That the owner of any
dog permitting such dog to run at
large upon the streets of the said town
in violation of the provisions of this
Ordinance shall be deemed guilty of a~
misdemeanor. and upon conviction
thereof shall be lined for each and
every such offence in the sum cof one
dollar.
NiSection 3. That upon failure to cap
nure any dog offending against the
previsions of this Ordinancey the
police officers shall call upon Li e
owner of such dog for payment of the
fine of one dollar to which such dog
has become liable, and if paymer.t of
such fine be refused, and the E aid di'g
be thereafter captured on the streets
of the said town, such dog may be
killed by the police officers withon
detention and without notice to the
owner.
Section 4. All Ordinances inconsis
tent with this Ordinance are hereby
repealed.
Done in Council this 18th day of
April, 1899, with the corpo
[t.. s.] rate seal of the said town af
fixed.
J. E. COAN,
JNO. J. NEIL, Intendant.
Clerk of Council.
The Equitable
Life Assurance Society
Sof the United States.
The management of the
Equit able Life A seurance Society
in this territy is desirous of secor
Sing tbe service~ of a man ofchr
acter and ability to represent its
. interest with Winnsboro as head
quarters. The right man will be
Sthoroughly educa'ed in the science
Sof life insurance and the art of,
successful soliciting. 'There is no1
Sbusiness or profession not re
quiring capital which is more re
munet-ative than a life agency
conducted with energy and abil
Sity. Correspondence with men
who desire to secure permoanent
employ ment and are ambitious to
attain -prominence in the profes
ston is iited. M.-.
~3-19-3mn Rock [lilt, ( C.
MONEY TO LOAN
On farming lands. E,.sy payut. m s.
~commissions l.araed Borzroui er
hys acttual cct of per-fecting~ to n.
nie rest 8 per tent.
JOHNB.3PALMER & SON,
or A. S. & W. D). DOUGL ASS,
FOR SALE.
IRISH POTATOES,
25C. per peck.
GERMAN MILLET.
GOLDEN
and
WHITE DENT CORN,
CATTAIL MILLET,
AMBER
and
ORANGE CANE SEED.
A full supply of
BEANS
and other
GARDEN SEED.
McMas1erC
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
Central Time Between Columblaaud Jack
sonville. Eastern Time Between Co
lubia and Other Points.
Effective March 12, 1899.
Northbound. No. 34 Nd. 38 No. 8
Notbon.Danly Dall.$:u
Lv. J'ville, F.C.&P.Ry.. 8 20a 8 00p D
" Savannah......... 1285p 1209p 83
Ar. Columbia........... 4 38p 4 45a 7 89p
Lv. Char'ton,SC&GRR. 700 a 580p.
Ar. Columbia..... .... 1100
A'u.~sta, So 2 7....
" aniteville ...... op 10 p 0p
Aiken...........250p 10 -p 5-5p
Trenton............8 6p 11Op 884p
Johnstons......... 49p --2P p
Ar. ColumbiaUn. dep't. 5 20p 210a p
Lv (l'ba Bland'g t.54p 5 p
"Winnsboro........ . p 700a 9 p
Chester ...........2p 74 10 p
" Rock Hill ........--- 7 8 82a 0 6
Ar.Chrlote........85p9 15a 184p
7 D0ville a.........12 55al 1 p 807
Ar.lichmoud1 .0 1 ....... . 6 25P
Ar.Wshington. 755a 90p 945A
altimore Pa.R.L 912 a 1125p 1105p
Philadelhia. 1185 286a 1068p
New5York........203p 82A 85p
Soutboud. o. 31 No. 33 NO. 35
Souhbond.Exsun Daily. Dally.
Lv. New York, Pa. R.R. 12 W n 8 0p 1215nt
"Philadelphia...2 26p M8y 850a
Baltimore........487p 7 55p 8 22a
Lv. Wash'ton, So. By.. 5 50Op 9 20p U 156
Lv. Richmond 7a.............2nt 1201m
r. Charotte........18p 915a 180Rp
" Danvle..........25a 900p 307a
A.Rchmondr.......... 600a 9825p ......
A.Waington o....... 755a 9 05p 91452a
" altore..B....9127. 125p 1105a
"Trieohi....... 185402, 6 18 8p
"rNlenYor.........2 0p 2 a80.3
" Phniflaei...... . 26p5 807
A"gBaltmr............4.87..7.55.8022
Lv. Wash'to, S.B.y..8 96 20115a
LAr. chmlon..............10n 11W.
Lv. Danl'le ...y..5.01 1083 15 62p7
" Ciharot........844 817p5a 10
" RJckoHill....... 5a900p a 11149
Ar oli Band' 82-... 6OR 80A1 25 O187
LI.ClmIU. Sde t ibn50 d Tr4ai of0
" Johanstoans......... 8 2 aCar2. 600
"srnton.............en 840, anD6 25a
"t Augustan....... an 4e0 aok, 2i 45a80k
sY ol'ba-, S.vn,Co.ubia.Ey.ltt ....8 564a
Wra rlesgton..,....... .... ... 8 7 1100
Letn ihtistana ColumbiaPC&.y , 0a1 85r the 7
" accmoaion....... A9ut 2and3k07p 5 0B
ArnJcksendile .......e 1 er00 o 7b4etw.een
Nos. 85and 82-NEW Yok AND Flor -n
press.n Drawing-Boo: Sleeping Cars Obetee
seaio ande Comr n rs nDnn
Cars dringtrohhoepnt abetween
Ta~Jcsonvill Savannah, Waclumbto
Pu. mSleing Cr between Augstaadlote
acommodatnd ofU S.ugust aien Traoug.
Pulln daily pasegeosrvc bufeewe en
teNcso.SSl and New York and ullE
pia D Sleping CasbinAgsas aeend hr
TmpDia, acsve almal ahinten
Pullman Seepilng ears between haollte
and Rouichonrot l etenJcsn
Nos.l and 36-Unat. via ast eai.Thog
Thd o-mbi. eCn.oute dai betee Wasgon.
W. A. TURK. S. H.HARDWICK,
G. P. A.. Washingtri. G. P. A., Atlanta.
TEMothers!n
.forts anmz disom
chul1brtcan .
byalniost en
re''.i eves ex
peecant moth
ers. It gives
tonetothegen
ital Jgans,and
[ to do their work
p' That makes preg
nancy ess painful, shortens
14bor and hastensrecoveryafter
child-birth. It helps a woman
bear strong healthy children.
has also brought happiness to
thousands of homes barren for
ydars. A few doses often brings
joy to ' lyig hearts that long
for a d. ifl baby. No woman
ston1d neglect to try it for this
trobble. It cures nine cases out
of ten. All druggists sell Wine
of Cardui. $I.oo per bottle.
For advice in cases requiring special
~etons a4dress, giving symptoms
SChattanooga Medicine Co..bCatta
Mrs. I.OUISA MAI,
otjflfren, Ga., says:
U"When I first took Wine of' Cardat
Uwehad been married three years, but
*ou4not have any children. Nine
For Sale.
A TRACT OF 176 ACRES OF H
laal, ou Litte River, belorging to N
D. M. Broom, and bounded by Jands
of he est a'c of R. G. Simonton, Stev
enon and others. - .
For terns apply to
A S. &s W. D. DOUGL ASS..
11.1'7 Attoreys Winnabm.o, S.OCI
NEWS ***
and
HERALD.
Tri-WeeklF, $8 a Year in Adv
Weekly, $1.50 a Year*in Advan e
LLET1ER HEABS,
BILL HEAD?,
NOTE HEADS,
LAWYERS' BRIEdS
LIENS,
MORTGAGEb,
DEEDS.
CIBCULA~~
and everything in job linedone
as cheaply as anlywhere Is m
-theState.
GIVE USA CHIANC
Every penny spet
home is kept at hcne.
BICYCLI!I
---FOR A
Li@ite NuNoliI of frd
--We offer the
Celebrated
Hartford+e
Bicycles tr,
FOR THE UNPRECEDENTHD PR1CE
4$27.OO0
SUPPLY LIMIrED.
*ili"We will sell 01 instal
ments.
JORDAN & UAVIS
The registered stallion W. A. W.
will be at the stables in rear of Mr.
Henry Rlefo's store Friday~ and Sa-ur
day of each week; balance of time on
the farm. He is seven ye,ar o!d, bay,
with black points. Has'good bone
and muscle; no blemish or defect. He
is kind in disposition and a p riect
roadster. His sirei is the cel'ebrated'
Red Wilkes, His dam, r-.:sy Baker,
was sired by Dictator, a ho was th4
sire of Jay-Eve-See, 2.10, o'f Dircetor,
2 07, of the invincib!e Dirpirnm, 2.64; -
the grand'ire of Naincy llank', stie'
jncnu of trot ters, and thse i1---- gmany
>rhers of extreme speed.
Terms, $15.00 to insure marc wih
oml. For extended pedi ee and cer
ifled record addre..s
~OHN G. MOBLEY,
4.4-tilan~ Winnstboro, S. C.

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