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*,J.CAL_ ANTELLIGENCE
Thursday, May 25. - -' - 1899
LOCAL BEIEFS.
-Read the Governor's proclamation.
-New crop of Irish potatoes at
6; cents per quart. Pine apples 20
cents apiece.. Try them, they are de
licious. J. S. McCarley.
-Don't forget the lecture of Super
intendent Hand at the house to-mor
row evening at 8.30 o'clock. It will
be free and everybody is cordially in.
vited to be present.
It makes no difference how bad the
wound if you use DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve; it will quickly heal and
leave no scar. McMaster Co.
-There will be a congregatlonal
meeting at Lebanon Church on the
first Sunday in Jane for the purpose
of electing a pastor. A fall attend.
ance is requested. Preaching may be
expected.
-The Pawley's Island hotel is no i
open and anyone who wishes an ideal
place for spending the summer would
be isatisfied here. The hotel is kept
by Mrs. Winthrop Williams who has
had long experience. See her ad. for
address
Pneumonia. la grippe, coughs, colds,
crop and whooping cough readily
vield to One Minute Cough Care.
Use this remedy in time and save a
doctor's bill-or the undertaker's.
McMaster Co.
-The ladies of the Home Missionary
Snciety have decided to postpone their
sale of ice cream until Tuesday after
noon. This change has been made on
account of the cool weather. The
sale will begin on Tuesday afternoon
at 5.30 o'clock in the Beaty building.
-The rain on Monday was followed
by a.considerable fall of temperature
and Tuesday and Wednesday were
cold and damp and were much more
like autumn than spring days. The
rain, though very heavy. was not as
much as was needed, and the farmers
and gardners are still unsatisfied.
J. D. Bridge, editor and proprietor
of the Democrat, Lancaster, N.- H.,
says: "I would not be ,Without One
Minute Cough Care for my boy, when
troubled with a cough or cold. It is
the best remedy for croup I ever
used." McMaster Co.
-The Cowpens celebration is to be
held on Saturday and the exercisos on
that occasion will bs most interesting.
Essays and poems will be read and
several addresses will be delivered.
Preyerations for this celebration have
been going on for several months and
a larga niuber'of people w 11 visi
hti~ istoric- place. on
prievents all this by effecting a quick
cure in all cases of Gyspepsia.
McMaster Co.
-In the cast of characters of a play
*soon to be presented in Columbia by
afnateurs, are the names of two young
people who made their first appearance
on the stage in Winnsboro. These
young people are Miss Lou Dwight
and Mr. A. G. Douglass. The play in
which they are to take part is "Mr.
Bob" and is to be given for the bene
fit of the Hospital Endowment Fund,
and will be given in Wright's hotel.
* -We desire to call the attention of
correspondents to our rule that their
*names must 'accompany all communi
cations. This is required, not for the
purpose of publishing their names,
but merely as an evidence of good
faith. We frequently receive articles
without anything to indicate who
wrote them. It can readily be under
stood how we could be imposed upon
* in this way. -~ -'
By allowing the acoumalations in
the bowels to remain, the entire sys
tern is poisoned. DeWitt's Little
Early Risers regulate the bowels.
Try them and you will always use
them. McMaster Co.
-The comnmencgment exernises of
the co-educational institute in Edge
field are in progress this week and are
unusually interesting. This school-is
enterprising and up-to-date and has a
very large number of pupils. M'-.
Gordon Quattlebaum of Winnsboro
took part in a concert which was one
of the most delightful concerts and
wes one of the features of the comn
mencement.
-We publish to-day a notice from
President D. B. Johnson, of Winthrop
Co1lege, in regard to the examinations
for vacant scholarships at that college.
These scholarships are extremely valu
able to girls who cannot afford to pay
for tuition, an1I this is a splendid op
portunity to receive an education at
very little expense. Winthrop College
is a magnificent institution and any
girl who wins this scholarship is very
fortunate. There will probably be a
number of applicsnts.
Don't think you can cure that slight
attack of Dyspepsia by dieting, or that
it will cure itseif. Kodol Dyspepsia
Cr.ie WILL cure it; it "digests what
you eat" and restores the digestive
organs to health. McMaster Co.
- -Fred E. Bach, special agent rural
delivery, will be in town to day to
establish a rural free delivery service
from this office. One of the routes
wil: go out by the Institution and R
Y. Lemmoni's and return by D. G.
Rnft's and the Greenbrier section. The
other routes will be mapped out by
Mir. Bach while here. This rara:
mail delivecy is being established
throughout the State and the result o:
the experiment in our county remaini
to en seenn.
-Miss Parmater, of Farmington, ,
who has gone into the -busiaeli3gf2
raising poultry this year, nas been
most successful. Already she has
shipped a number of broilers to An
gusta and she has a great many young
chickens c 'ming on. In addition to
her chicken, she hs two hundred
young turkeys which she is raising for
market. Tne success that this young
lady has mi 1N: in this business should
encourage other girls to try.
If you h;ivo piles, CCnE them. No
use undergoing horrible operations
that simply rem 'we the results of the
disease witho.u disturbing the disease
itself. Place your confidence in De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It has
never failed to cure OTHEas; it will
not fail to cure you. McMuster Co.
Attention, Firemen!
The members of the Steam Fire
Engine Company will turn out in uni
form at the engine house this afternoon
at 5 30 o'clock. By order of the pres
ident. G. B. McMaster,
Secretary.
-The subject of Superintendent
Hand's lecture is "Facts and Fancies
of Every-day English." It is both
interasting and instructive, and every
one that attends will enjoy a pleasant
hour.
Bous the The Kind You Havs Always Bought
of
What Some Winnsboro Girls in Other Col
leges Think of Mt. Zion Teachers.
(Extract from a 'Private Letter.)
"- - does very well and all
the girls like him, but. I would rather
go to the teachers in Winnsboro.
There isn't a teacher that can compare
to Miss -- ." . X.
GO MINC AND GOING.
Mr. J. E. Coan is attending the
mayors' convestiorwi_Newberry .
Mrs. W. M. Lenoir and children, of
Hagood, are visiting relatives in town.
Mrs. Samuel Ward and children
.have: returned from Swansea where
they have spent several months.
WHO. IS Women as well as men
are made miserable by
TO kidney an d bladder
BLAME. trouble. Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root the great kidney remedy
promptly cures. At druggists in fifty
cent and dollar sizes. You may have
a sample bottle by mail free. also pam
phlet. telling all about i.
Address, 'Dr Kilmer & Co., Bing
hamton, N. Y.
The fo1lofing special to the State
umnter gives anu account of the
roi depe of Mr. W. B. Boyles
iiiifromn being killed by light
~M.Boyles, is from Fairfield
y~h~been living in Sumter
~dm22~@~g~ ansr. storm.
'mo~d~r- struckt~
o the city and after splitting-a cross
rm on the pole ran .long the wire
into the house. Mr. Boyles with his
wife and several members of his
family, were'standinig on the front
piazza- just beneath the arm where it
enters the door. Mrs. Boyles was
severely shocked and thrown to the
floor andbthree of the children were
pretty badly shakcn up but none
seriously. hurt. Ther.r escape was
miraculous.
Red Not from the Gun
Was the bail that G. B. Steadman,
of Newarke, Mish., in the Civil War.
It caused horriblia Ulcers that no treat
ment helped-for 20 years. Then Buck
len's Arnica Salve cured him. Cures
Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Boils, Felons,
Cons, Sin Erupticus. Best Pile
sure on earth. 25 cts. a bot Cure
guaranteed. Sold by McMaster Co.,
drggists.
TWENTIETH CENTURY MOvEMENT.
There will be an educational mass
meeting at the Methodist Church next
invited to attend. Dr. John A. Rice,
president of Columbia Female College,
will lecture on the "Twentieth Cen
tury Movement." Dr. Rice is one of
the leading educators of the State, and
a genine 'treat is in store for all who
can come. An hour will not be long
to be away from business, and it is
hoped that ;many of the business men
of the town will attend. Education
is a live issue now and Dr. Rice will
doubtless give some new thoughts on
the subject.
WINTHROP COLLEGE NEWS.
The 12th of May is a date not un
maked in the calendar of each Win
throp girl, inasmuch as this date sng
gests the words, "Annual Picnic I"
This year, then, it was looked for
ward to with the usual anticipation of
pleasure. President Johnson post
poned the celebration of Winthrop's
birthday until the 19th, on account of
not being able to enter into satisfac
tory arrangements with the railroad
during the busy tim~e of "Reunion
Week." It was decided we should
spend the day at Cherokee Falls,
which is about five miles from 6affaey.
Breakfasting at 6.45 o'clock Friday
morning, the girls were prepared to
make an early start. At 7.30 the whis
tIe of the engine was heard and those
who were going on the trip, as well as
For Over Fifty Year.
Ms. WINstOW's SOOTHING STRUP
has been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 1t
will relieve the poor little sufferer
immediately. Sold by druggists in
every part of the world. T went y-five
cents a bottle. Be sure, and ask for
"-Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,"
and tae no other 1ind. 1.1.17
those who were to remain at horn
were assembled at the college gates i
the long line of cars pulled up. Soc
there was a rush; each girl seemed I
try to be the first passenger on board
each seemed eager to "get ahead" .
the other. Soon all were aboard, an
amidst the wave of handkershiefs an
other expressions of farewell, we too
our departure.
It was pleasant to ba in such a
atmosphere-an atmosphere of smilin
faces and merry voices-and in sac
an atmosphere how could one hel
having a light heart or smiling face?
Our train bore two hundred an
forty persons (including teachers)
and a merry crowd it was. When w
reached the island, which Presider
Johnson selected as the site of on
picnic ground, we were gratifed at hi
wise choice. The lovely trees, th
pretty green grass, the nice pavilion
a!& added to the beauty and comfort o
the island, which is prettily situatedil
the middle of Broad River.
Among the few outsiders who were
welcomed on the grounds were: Prof
W. S. Hall, principal of the Gaffne3
graded schools; Miss Kathleen Hall
teacher in iaffney Seminary, and Mir
Will Simpson, of Blackstock, all o
whom are' well known to Fairfiel4
peol le.
Th"- day was spent very pleasantly
There was some good guitar and. man
uo'i' wu'ic to which the girls skippe4
abo""t to their delight and satisfaction,
Dinner was served at a reasonabla
hour, and few of as failed to find thi
delicous bread, chicken, pickles, han
and ice cream tempting to the appetite
Mrs. O'Brian deserves much prais4
for the manner in which she got ul
this delicious lunch. A committee 01
teachers and girls kindly saw tha1
every one was well served. An appa
rently inexhaustible supply of lemon
ade sP" .i to quench the tnirst, and
mord supplied the place of a
so r ell.
e U rnoon was spent in boat
riding, dancing-.nd in various other
ways. Supper was see at 5.o'cloek,
and at half-past five the si:ill whistle
of our train reluctantly callea's from
this the :scene of a most pleasandy,
In Blacksburg we had a stop of a
hour or two. Some of the girls, with
Prof. Kinard as guide, went to climi
to the top of Whitaker Mountain
whilst others preferred the mildei
amusement of walking down town is
earch of *"an ice."
Our train reached Rock Hill abonl
ten o'clock that night. We were
greeted with expressions of welcome
by the girls who remained at home.
"Yon just ought to have gone !
"Oh, what a grand time 1" were the
remarks which could be heard on every
side until to postpone the rehearsal of
the day's pleasures till "to-merrow"
wien we would have more time in
which to tell of them.
The next day upon relating our varn
one experiences we naturally.wished
to lhear those ofdhbe girls wheremained
at home. They. Is-ghingly refused to
satisfy our curiosit. .&last, in repl
toihquestidi Wa i ~ l
tion o r 1~Kf e
Wished- all day we hadigone with
you!"
This seems a sensible wish to those
of us who did go, and who will long
remember "Winthrop's Day at Chero
kee" as a day among days.
May 23, 1899. Nelle.
Brave men ranl
Victims to stomach, liver and kidney
troubles as well as women, and all feel
the results in loss of appetite, poison
in the blood, backache, nervousness,
eadache and tired, listless, run-down
feeling. But there's no need to feel
like that. Listen to J. W. Gardner,
Idville, Ind. He says. "Electric
Bitters are just the thing for a mayn
when he is all run down, and dQ
care whether he lives or dies .
moe to give me new
good appetite than anyth
take. I can now eat anythi . 7~ d
have a new lease on life." Onl 50
cents, at McMaster Co.'s drug store.
Every bottle guaranteed. -
Working Night.and Day
I'lie bumightiest little thing
~b.eu~as made is Dr. -King's New
fe Pills. Every pill is a sugar-coat
ed globule of health, that changes
weakess into strength, listlessnes
into enfergy, bi'ain fag into mental
power. They're wonderful in bulid
ing up the health. Only 25c. per box.
Sold by McMaster Co., druggists.
Bears the Kh ind You-Have Always Bought
s~iare
of
weHOTEL,se
FCE~ the BROAD Allf'IC,
Is now open and ready for all
FINE SURF BA TH[ING,
FINE DEEP SEA
and CREEK FISHlING
Abholstely fn Iosptes
ARTESIAN WATER.
TABLE FIRST CLASS
Fr terms address. etc.,
Waerly &ills, P. 0.,
Georgetown County, S. C. 5-25
s
0 1,000 BA
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and
Winthrop College Scholars1ip
and-:Entrance Examinations.
' THE.EXAMINATIONS FOR THE
- award of vacant scholarships in Win
r throp College and for the admission of
i new students will be held at the County
Court House on Friday, July 21st, at
9A.M.
Applicants must not be less than fi
- teen years of age.
When scholarships are vacated after
July 21st, they will be awarded to
those making the highest average at
th examination.
The cost of attendance, including
board, furnished room, heat, light and
washing,is only $8.50 per month.
For further infoi mation and a cata
logue address,
PRESIDENT D. B. JOHNSON,
5-25tilnlyl Rock Hill, 8. C.
Proclamation.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ExiouTIv CRAMBE,
WHEi EAS, INFORMATION HAS
been recOived at this Department that
tie atroions crime of rape was com
mitted nithe County of Fairfeld on or
about the 18th day of April, 1899,
upon tbebody of Tina Peters by John
Johnson, and that the said John John
son has .I from justice.
Now,- terefore, I, W. H. Ellerbe,
Governorf the State of South Car'o
lina in- rerta jostie mayb n
do heyoe r.. 4rwartl of ONE
HUN?R DOLLARS for the ap
JohzTi~ito th .4heriff of Fair
kM.. - at1nlboro.
- hereof, . her
da'at Columbia,
[i,, s. this 22nd dof d May, A. D.
1899, and izsthe one hun
-dred and twenty-third year
~of the Independence of the
United -States of America.
W. H. ELL1EBBE.
By the Governor:
M. R, COOPER,
Secretary of State.
5-25-1t
Delicious
I i m ogalon, in asserted flavors, 15c.
Ic. .1 Desfer40.in ured flavors, 15c.
(Pepare these inm minutes.)
ra atornia F'rit in jars at&en.
L. mon Cling Peaches; none ta. er.
led Easpberries.
Red Cherries, pitted.
White Wax Cherries.
These fruits are guaranteed superior
favor, and extra heavy syrup.
Genuino Canton Ginger Preserves.
EpWinlnsboro Ice House opens to
day.
Let us serve you.
F. M. HABENICHIT.
Fine Groceries.
HOMES MADE COM
FORTABLE
BY BU.YING
Screen Doors
and
Windows.
Doors, complete,
$1.00 to $1250.
Windows, adjustable,
40c- to 50c.
Harper's Fly Traps,
15 cents..
J. W. SEIGLER.
SENT FREE
Io housekeepers
Lieiig COIFiY'
, Kinct of Beef.
COOK BOOK
"tellHng how to prepare many dell
este and delicious dishes.
Address, Liebi Co. >rP 0 Box, 2718
~1
SPR
offer.
ock and r
lack Gold I
sr the usual
ty of Colored
e for waists and
Silks, Taffeta Silks,
n for skirts.
- c!jX illir
This department is more complete thai
stylish and up-to-date. We offer von th
-SHOES.
New styles in Ladies' Shoes, Oxfords I
and Sandals. ,I
New stock of our splendid 65.00 and
$3.00 Shoe for men. i
Anything you want in Shoes and f
the best at low prices.
We are better prepared to please yeu I
trade with us. We sell the beat goods al
The Gaidwell Dry
There Are
Gold Mines
Right At Hor
-for people who have learned ti
road to wealth is right buying
know people who have paid $2.
shoes not as good as we sell for
and they were people who needi
____________If they follows
esa other buying,
S"SO[Z"nhiseSI make headwaa
ornsoes for a rainy d
And that rei
-we have amai
8816J0 gill.bers and 'oier
she o~ft gad.money on tt
-I HAVE
--FOR Sa
Q. D.
Jhe Monarch 4
(ABSOLITELY PURE.)'
ts stengt cornes from its
weakened. It has a delici
Insist on "Lion" C
Never ground no
If your Grocer
BUGGI ES.4
Boug gios.
BUGGI ES.
WE HAVE THEM 1
AT PRICES TO
P1 EASE YOU.
. W. DOTY &CO0
For Sale 1
A TRACT OF 176 ACRES OF
land, on Little River, belonging to
. M. Broom, and bounded by lands
of the estate of R. G. Simnonton, Stev
nson and others.
For S.e W D. DOUGLASS.
1117 Attorneys. Winnsboro. S. IC.
(jOOD3.
[NG SHOPPING? IF NOT, 1OU
We have a greater variety of g>ods
iany bargains that wlil pay you to see.
This is a gre it season for Wash
Goeds. We Lave them in great variety
and vcr, pretty. Piques, white and
eolored, price 8c. and up; Organdies,
Dotted Mull, Madras. Brilliants, etc.
Shirting Prints at 3a. and 40-inch
Batiste Cloth at 6jc. are good bargains.
White Goods of all sorts and pretty
Embroideries, Laces and Braids to
match them.
i ever before. The goods are new,
best at reasonable prices.
New styles in Negligee Sh'rts that
,re pretty and cheap. New style Col
ars. A beautiful line of Gents' Ties
,nd Bows in Spring colors.
We have a room devoted entirely to
lothiag now. We can please you in
suit from stock or take your measure
nd have it made for you.
han ever before. It will pay you to
the lowest prices.
goods Company1
iat the
.We
d every cent they had, tQo.
d the same course in their
is no wonder they failed t'o
Sin saving up something
ay.
ninds us-for rainy days
chiess assortment .f 0ub
hoes.. We can save you
em too.
ALSO
WILLIFORD.I
f Strength is
LION
COFFEE.
urity. It is all pure coffee,
only in one-pound sealed
I rnke 40 cups. The pack
o that the aroma is never
>us flavor. Incomparable
r the reach of all.
offee
sold in bulk. .
iout Lion's hend.
oe not have Lion Coffee in his store,
end us hi n ae ad addrS tha ce
woolae t onsale tcor., Do no acohept
SLife Assurance Society
of the United States.
The management of the
SEquitable Life Assurance Society
in thiseterrity is desirous of sect,r
ing the service of a man of ichar
Sacter and ability to repreerit..its
interest with Winnsboro as head
quarters. The right man will be
Sthoroughly educated in the science
of life insurance and the art of
successful soliciting. There is no
Sbusiness or profession not re
quiring capital which is more re
munerative than a life agency
$conducted with energy and abil- ]
ity. Clorrespondence with mn
who desire to secure permanent
e'nployment and are ambitious to
Sattain' prominence in the profes-'
slonl is invited.
W. J. ROD ?EY, Mgr.,
3-19-3m Rock Hill, S. C.
MONEY TO LOAN 4
On farming lan'd3. Easy payments.t
~O commicimec ' qr~d. Borrower
ays actual ce .1 of pfecting loan.
Interest 8 per cent.
JOHN B. PALMER k SON,
Columbia, S. C.,
or A. S. & W. D. DOUGLASS,
10n4 Winnehnro. S. C.
tiba
WILL YOU force you ey
work, neglect them whe
cry for help, abuse theia yeu
after year, until you are
pelled to seek aid early in.-litt
perhaps to fnd your vision
paired beyond entire repair?'
A PAIR OF GLASSES Broperly 1ttT
at the proper time may save you
a world of trouble and
your vision for old
WE ARE EQUIPPED as. is no othec
jewelry house in this section to
give the trade prompt and a .
cient service. We proMile
watchful care in every detaL
:F YOU ARE not now among. our
customers try as and see ho
well you will be plea ed
R. BRANI,
The Opticia al Jrnlir
CHEt TE, 8.0G.
NEWS**
and
HERALD.
'ri-WeekI, ,58 a Year in Mvaso
ILETTER HEABS,
BILL HEADS,
NOTE HEADS,
LAWYERS'B%
LIENS, -
MORTGAGEb,
DEEDS,
1OUL AERA
and everything in job line done
as cheaply as anywhere else in
theState.
VEUS A CHANCE
Every penny speant
home is kept at home.
UNDERTAKING
IN AIrLf ITS DEPARTMN1'8
rith a fall stock of Caskets, Br4
jases and Comus, constantly on hand,~
sudu of hearse when requestsd.
lbankfal for past patronage and solt
ation for a share in the future, in the
id stand
Calls attended to at all hours.
THE ELLIOTT G*IN SHOP,
J. M,.ELLIOTT' O00,
4.1'7.ly

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