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Saturday, June 3, - - - 1899
-The State of Friday announces
that Dr. W. O. Brice, who has been
quite sick, is able to be out again.
This is good news to Dr. Brice's many
-Rsv. Mr. Smith, pastor of the A.
R. P. Church at White Oak, is seriously
ill with a carbuncle on the bask of
his neck. He has been sick for some
time and his friends are anxious about
What you want is not temporary
relief from piles but a cure to stay
cured. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
cures piles, and they stay cured. Mc
-J. D. McCarley & Co., the enter
prising grocers, have just received a
supply of vegetables, shoulders,
smoked bacon, and they also have
eherry bounce, ginger ale, and other
cooling and refreshing drinks. Beans
and cabbages received twice a week.
- A meeting of the fire company
was held on Thursday night for the
purpose of deciding whether this
fire company would euter the reel
contest at the firemens' tournament in
Columbia this month. It was decided
not to enter the contest, but it was
proposed that the members of the
company have a banquet, and a com
mittee was appointed to decide about
J. A. Sehear, of Sedalia, Mo., saved
his child from death by croup by using
One Minute Cough Cure. It cures
coughs, colds, pneumonia, la grippe
and all throat and lung troubles. Mc
-The Confederate veterans of the
State are to have their annual reunion
in Chester in July, and after the many
pleasant experiences during the re
union in - Charleston the old soldiers
will probably take advantage of the
opportunity to attend another,although
this will be on a much smaller scale.
These State reunions have always
been very much enjoyed by the old
soldiers, and Chester will no doubt
entertain her guests royally.
There is a time for all things. The
time to take DeWitt's Little Early
Risers is when you are suffering from
constipation, biliousness. sick head
ache, indigestion or other stomach or
liver troubles. McMaster Co.
-A tremendous rain, accompanied
by high wind and hail, fell on Wed
nesday afternoon. The rain was
gladly welcomed, but the storm was
unpleasantly severe. The wind was
very high, and in sev'eral places about
town branches of trees were blown
o,btno serious damage resulted.
The rain will help farmers and gar den
ers greatly, but the drought lasted so
long that the crops. and gardens suf
ered severely. The Irish potato crop
wa a total failure owing to the dry
digests -food within the stomach and
intestines and rengers all classes of
food capable of being assimilated and
converted into strength giving and
tissue building substances. McMaster
--In an article about the Johnston
Iifstitute and soma of the n-ew teachers
who have been chosen for another year
the Johnsto.,~ Weekly Monitor speaks
in a very somplimentary manner of
Miss Jennie Thomas, of Ridgeway, as
follows: "The name of Miss Jennie
Thomas, neice of John Piere Thomas
(one of the State's most prominent
men), of Ridgeway, will be among
the faculty next session as a teacher of
stenography. Miss Thomas comes
with high honors, being a graduate of
Winthrop College; also post graduate
and private seoretary of the president
of her Alma Mater."
-- Thomas Thurman, deputy sheriff of
Troy, Mo., says if everyone in the
United States should discover the vir
tue of DeWitt's .Witch Hazel Salve
for piles, rectal troubles and skin die
eses, the demand could not be sup
plied. McMaster Co.
Attention, Camp Ealnes, U. C. v.
Please attend regular monthly meet
ing next Monday, 5th inst., in the
court hc. e, at 12 m. A full meeting
is desirable. R. H. Jennings,
REV. T. D. BRATTON ACCEPTs.
Rev. Theodore D. Bratton has ac
cepted the rectorship of St. Mary's
School in Raleigh, N. C., but he will
probably not leave his preseat chitge
in Spartanburg until the school is
abeiito open in the fall. For years
Mtr. BrIato.m has had charge of the
Episcopal CIIhTh nSpartanburg. and
in tbat time he has 'von. the love and
admiration not o. .y of his parishion
ers but of every one in the town with
whom he has come in contact. Al
ythough his election to the rectorship of
St. Mary's was highly complimentary,
yet his friends are deeply grieved at
the thought of his leaving the State,
and especially i.is friends here in his
Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of
Wa bita, I. T. He writes: "Four
bottles of Electric Bittters has cured
Mrs- Brewer of scroful:, which had
caused her great suffcriog for years.
Terrible sores would break out on her
head and face, and the best doctors
could give no help; but her cure is
complete and her health is excellent."
This shobws what thousands have
proved,-that E!ectric Bitters is the
best blood purifier known. It's the
supreme remedy for eczema, tetter,
salt rheum, u!c..rs, boils and running
sores. It simulates liver, kidneys and
bowels, expels poisons, helps digestion.
builds up the strength. Only 50 cents.
Sold by McMaster Co., druggists.
Services will be held in the follow
ing churches on Sunday:
Presbyterian-11 a. m. by the pas
tor. Sunday School at 5 p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 5 p. m.
Methodist-11 a. m. by the pastor.
Sunday School at 5 p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 6 p. in.
St. John's Episcopal -Services at 11
a. m. and 5 p. in. Sunday School at
4.30 p.m. Serviees on Friday at S p. in.
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
Rev. C. E McDonald. Service at 11
a. m and S p. m. Sunday School
at 5 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday
at 5 p. m.
Baptist-Preaching at 11 a. m. and
3 p. in. by the pastor. Sunday School
at 10 a. M.
W. I. Gallagher, of Bryan, Pa.,
says: "For forty years I have tried
various cough medicines. One Minute
Congh Cure is best of all." It relieves
instantly and cures all throat and lung
troubles. McMaster Co.
DeVOE'S FORECAST FOR JUNE.
The month of June will be very hot
- probably the hottest on record-with
violent thunderstorms and tornadoes,
especially over the northern portion of
the United States and Canada. 1st to
Srd, warm, with local showers; 4th to
6th, hot and sultry; 7th to 9th, unusu
ally heavy thunder storms will form
over the Missouri Valley, increasing
in violence as they move eastward,
developing into tornadoes over the
northern part of the United States and
Canada East; 10th to 13th, very hot
and sultry; 14th to 16th, local thunder
sterms; 17th to 20th, hot, sultry
weather; 21st to 23rd, hot weather,
followed by thunder showers, and a
general storm will form over the Mis
souri Valley on the 23rd, causing
floods over the Northwestern States;
24th to 27th, hot and sultry, with local
thunder storms and tornadoes; 28th to
30th, violent thunderstorms along the,
Atlantic coast, followed by colder
o A.B 'T4 .IA..
Bears th The Kind You Have Always Bought
GO3INC AND GOING.
Dr. David Aiken spent Thursday in
Miss Workman returned Friday to
her home in Camden.
Capt. Allen Jones, of Columbia,
wee in town Friday on business.
Miss Isabel Roberteon, of Columbia,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Mt. Stewart.
Miss Ellen Ellison has returned
from a visit to Sumter and Orange
Mr. William C. Flenniken, of i.o
lumbia, arrived here Thursday to visit
1j~aza ddd o hi house which
adds greatly to the beauty of the
Mrs. C. S. Dwight left on .Friday
for Spartanburg to attend the corn
ncement exercises of Converse
Mrs. J. J. Neil leaves this afternoon
for Bock Hill to attend the commence
ment exercises of Winthrop College.
Mis Lida Neil is a member of the
The APPetite of a Goat
Is envied by all poor dyspeptics
whose Stomach and Liver are out of
rder. All such should know that Dr.
ing's New Life Pllls, the wonderful
Stomach and Liver Remedy, _gives a
splendid appetite..sound digestion and
a regular bodily habit that insures per
fect health and great energy. Only
25e at McMaster Co.'s drug store.
JACKSON'S CREEK SCHOOL.
A Flourishing SchooL in a Flourishing
Comumunity--The Closing Exercises.
It was the' pleasure of a representa
tive of THE NEWS AND HERALD to at
tend last Wednesday the closing exer
cises and picnic of Lebanon or Jack
son's Creek school.
This is one of the oldest set tlements
in the county, Lebanon [church having
been established some time between
the years 1770-1780. Dr. Howe in his
history says: David McGreight, Wil
ham Hamilton, John an.d Alexander
Robertson, who were brotbers, James
6rey, and John Phillips, elders from
reland, collected the peaple, and
they determined that they would be
ome united as a church and congre
gation." To-day a handsome new
church has supplanted the old one.
n 1894, the people of Jackson Creek
"determined that<iiey would become
united" agait,'the purpose this time
biing to, build a school, and they
ntered upon the work with the
haracteristic zsal and determination
of their forefathers ;of a century ago.
The result is that the people i that
school district have the best school
house in the county, excluding those
in incorporated towns. It consists of
two large roomq, well furnished and
designed; and a creditable beginning
has been made towards collecting a
library. A glance at the books on the
shelves showed admirable taste in the
selection, and that the books had not
been purchased in -a hap-hazard way .
The school is under the control of
For Over Fifty Years.
Ms. WINSLOW's SoOTaING 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. It
will relieve the poor little sufferer
immediately. Sold by druggists in
every part of the world. Twenty five
cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
"Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,"
.an ta no other kinds 1-1-17
Miss McLeod, of North Carolina, as
principal, and Miss Dornan, of
Spartanburg, as assistant; two clti=
vated young ladies, who have not only
proved themselves excellent teachers,
but have added to the intellectual tone
and culture of the community. They
have been re-elected to their respective
positions for another scholastic year.
The examination of the. pupils
showed thorough and careful training,
and the whole exercises evinced disci
pline and effiency. The pa pils
showed thorough and accurate knowl
edge of the subjects. Jackson's Creek
has a right to be proud of her school.
Mr. W. D..jDouglass was requested
to deliver two prizes awarded which
he did as follows: Miss Fannie May
Pope, a gold pen, the gift of the prin
cipal, for penmanship. Master Char
ley Clark won the Dr. McLeod medal,
which was awarded for the best
A delightful picnic dinner was
served-something Jackson's Creek
people know how to do in splendid
style. About the hour 'for breaking
up," a heavy cloud began to form in
the west, which, it has since been
learned, added another pleasure to
the day's enjoyment. Surely the good
people of Jackson's Creek- slept a
happy. peaceful - sleep Wednesday
night--hippy in theAhought of their
brigtir children and thankful for rain
that t',e earth might yield her increase.
W. D. D.
DeWilt's Little Early Risers act as a
faultless pill should, cleansing and re
viving the system instead of weakon.
Ing it. They are mild and sure, amall
and pleasant to take, and entire!? free
from objectionable drugs, They assist
rather than compel. McMaster Co.
Mr. Editor: Please publish the ac
companying list of pensioners for the
information o.',,Ioncerned. The war
rant for the D ., tn my hand, and
pensioners or their asiignees can get
their amounts by calling at the Clerk's
office, or sending some responsible
person to receipt to me.
The amounts are as follows:
Class A-$72 00.
Class B-817 60.
Class C-$13 20.
R. H. Jennings, Clerk.
Thos Gallagher, Crosbyville
J A Wooten, Ridgeway
R B Crawford, Winnsboro
John Blume, paid, Blythewood
J P Vooper. Sharp
J A Hinnant, Winnsboro
M EHood, -
Thos Mayfield, paid, Winnsboro
H S Gibson, Ridgeway
Geo S Hinnant, Winnsboro
H M McGrady, Blythewood
J R Harvey, Rabb
John A Abbot, ~Blythewood
Geo Beam, Crosbyville
0 Boulwa&re, Crosbyville
JL Brown, Mitford
John $ Broom, Nelson
J A Bo.khardt, Blythewood
T A Crowder, Wolling
W T Collins, Ridgeway
R M Dunlevy, Winnsboro
Powell Davis, Ridgoway
Alfred Dunn, Blythewood
John Fee, Backhead
W P Finley, Dawkins
James Gelston, Lyles Ford
Nicholas Gladden, Blythewood
Charles Hayes, Ridgeway
J L Hagood, Blythewood
B W Haynes, Ridgeway
E P Hollis, Ridgeway
J A Hathcock, Ridgeway
John Howell, Ridgeway
G WV Hathececk, Ridgeway
Jas G Herron, Monticello
H H Hinnant, Winsboro
A H Jeffers, Ridgeway
R LJefers, Rockton
W H Jamison, Rion
Richard Matchett, Flint Hill
S N Mickle, Ridgeway
David Peak, Sharp
Thos Peak, Longtown
R W Proctor, Blythewood
G W Rowe, Sharp
W Ross Robinson, Ridgeway
Jss Stevenson, Albion
Jam H Steele, Horeb
Thos Sims, Ridgeway
John Varnadore, Feasterville
J M Wilson, Bidgeway
W S Weir, Crosbyville
D H Walker, Ridgeway
Judge Wilson, Ridgeway
W L Wooten, Crosbyville
D H Wilson, Ridgeway
John D Yonng, Winnsboro
Y H Robertson, Winneboro
J A Hgood,Winnsboro
John Cook, Byhwo
Richard Shirley, Crosbyville
M A Dickerson,
John Neil, Winnsboro
- Harrison, Winnsboro
ZA. Garrison, Winnsboro
Cinthia Brown, Nelson
Becky Beam, Welling
Nancy Brannon, Ridgeway
Mary Carlisle, Winnsboro
H A Clink, Winnsboro
Jemima Cameron, Mitford
Rebecca Dunn, Ridgeway
Kate Davis, Feasterville
C A Davis, Winnaboro
C J Eastler, Wolling
Mary Germany, R.ockton
Lucy Howell, Blythewood
Martha Howell, Blythewood
Adaline Hood, Blythewood
Margaret Hood, Ridgeway
Georgiana Iasti, White Oak
M K Kraft, White Gak
Ets Kennedy, White Oak
Anna Kennedy, Blythewood
G Miskie, Flint Hill
Martha Martin, Winnsboro
Mary Phinney, Winnsboroi
Malinda A Powell, Dawkins!
Margaret Price, Blytbewood
Elizabeth Orr, Ridgeway
Jane Paul, Mitfor '
F Hl Sloan, White O.k
nelen Smith, Blythewood
Hannbah Stevens )f, Gladden's
M E Smith,
Elizabeth Sloan, 6 ladden's Grove
Lavinia Smart, Nelson
Amanda Rogers, Gladden's Grove
M A Taylor, Welling
Mary Wilson, Ridgeway
L E Rained, Blythewood
~ ~- he Kind Yu lbie Always Bouht
-Mi the newly isc T!
most effective preparation ever 'evis
for aiding. the digestion and assimila.
tion of food, -and restoring the de
ranged ; digestivs organs to a natural
oonditio >t -is a discovery surpassing
anything yet unknown to the medical
profession. McMaster Co.
Principal Geo. W. Fooshe of the
Graded School left Friday afternoon
for Winnsboro to make a brief visit
to his brother. From there he goes to
Baltimore tJ spend his vacation in
insurance work with Col. Mclwain.
Like Snpt. Baker, Principal Fooshe is
too energetic and progressive a ms.n
to spend his holidays in idleness.
He Fooled the Surgeons.
All doctors t9ld Reniek Hamilton,
of West Jefferson, 0., after saffering
18 months from Rectal Fistala, he
would die unless a costly operation
was performed; but he cured himself
with five boxes of Backlen's Arnica
Salve, the surest Pile cure on Earth,
and the best Salve in the World. 25
cents a box. Sold by McMaster Co.,
For Infants and Children.
The Kind Alwaja Bov"ht
Signature of L a
F LA IiS '
Wishing to purchase K'.lli
nery for the months of May and
June can get bargains. We
hve received a new supply of
Sailors;' also ar entire fresh
stock of Trimmed Hats and
Something nic , in Skirt Sap.
porters and Sh' -t Waists.
Headquarters for Children's
S and Infants' Caps.
MRS. J. D. McCARLEY.
Bromangelon, in assorted flavors, 15c.
Ro"al Deserto, in assorted flavors,1 c.
(Prepare these in two minutes.)
Califormia Fruit in jars and cans.
Lemon Cling Peaches; none better.
Red Cheris4t d.
White Wax C 'rdes.
These fruitse garnteed superior
enuin Cs ~i r Preserves.
?TWinnsboo e House opens to
Let us serve you.
F. M. IIABENICHIT.
---A FINE LINE OF
E A T A BL ES.
GINGER ALE, and
Give us a call; we will save you
J. .L MCAREY & CO.
Keep Cool While the
Weather is Hot!
Guaranteed the best service.
All orders promptly filled.
12.30 to 1.30. 6.4 to '7.30.
k:c delivered from 15 lbs. up.
Dealer in ~yGroce.iies
and a er s Bread.
W lav na arm
ar d PPitt
White Organdies, I2C. to 5(
large let of Lace Striped Whi
lot of beautiful patterns in Col
Fancy Colored Lawns, Black I
A job lot of Percales, yard ti
Shirting Prints at 1c. Ventil;
Lisle thread drop stitch Hose.
These goods are good value
New lot of Rough Straw Sa:
We have had hard work to 1<
room this season, and now we a
>f stock and give CUT prices.
We have a great variety of
ro please-50c. to $2.oo a pair.
igh cut, comfortable, durable,
We have a pretty lot of
)rices you can afford to pay.
It will pay you to come to se
SThe Caldwel! Dry
CRASH SUITS AND
PANTS; ALSO WH]
The Goods will go at
Iow is a chance to get a suit tc
SD. Q. WI
tstrengt Comes fro its
weakened. It has a delic
Insist on "Lion"
Never ground nc
None Genuine wi
If your Grocer
IOMES MADE COM-'
$1.00 to $1:50.
40c. to 50c.
Iarper's Fly Traps,
J. W. SEIGLER.
A TRACT OF 176 ~ACRES OF
land, on Little River. belonging to
~te eti of R.G. Simton, St -
.no ~d others.
A. ). .D DOUGLASS.
11..17 AtteneYB. Winnsboro,8.40,
VaPr l WatheP.
c.; White Lawns, 5c. to 25c.;
:e Goods at 8c. and roc.; new
ored Organdies, Ioc. to 20c.;
.awns and Organdies.
ide, at 5c. to 6 r-4c.; also in
Lted Corsets, short and long,
and at prices within the reach
lors at 5oc., pretty and cheap,
eep up with the rush in this
re anxious to close out balance
Oxfords and Sandals; prices
Gent's Southern Ties, and
Negligee and Pique Shirts at
.ASH COATS AND
TE DUCK VESTS.
a BARGAIN for the
keep you cool thisIsummnefe
f Strengthi is
puity. It is all pure coffee,
ony irn one-pound seated
ll riake 40 cups. The pack
so ?.hat the arorna is' never.
jous, flavor. Incornparable
in the reach of all.
r sold in bulkc. .
thout Lion's head.
may giaee it on uale there. no not accept
w( )LANSPICE CO., Toledo. Ohio.
Life Assurance Society
of the United States.
The management of the
Equitable Life Assurance Society
in this territy is desirous of secur
$ing the service of a man of char
O.acter and ability to represent its
interest with Winusboro as head
quarters. The right man will be
Sthoroughly educated in the science
@ oflifeinsurance .and the art of
successful soliciting.a There is no
Sbriiess or profe5sion1 not re
quiring capita! which is morgere-i
munerative than a life agency
Sconducted with energy and abil
O.ity. Correspondence with men
who desire to secure permanent
employment and are ambitious to
attain prominence in the pofes
Ssion is invited.
'W. J. RODL)EY, Mgr.,
3-19-3m Rock Hill, S. C.
MONEY TO LOAN
On farming kanda. Eaisy payments.
N.onmii-l i -- -r ~1. Borrower
pys actual c, , orl ertfecting loan.
Intres 8 ercent.
JOH B.PALMER k SON,
Columbia, 8. .,
or A. S. &~ W. D). DOUGLASS,
WILL YOU wink and blink your
and nervous energy away ra
than wear glasses?
WILL YOU force your eyes to over
work, neglect them when they
cry for help, abase them year
after year, until you are com
pelled to seek aid early in life
perhaps to find your vision im
paired beyond entire repair?
A PAIR OF GLASSES properly Stted
at the proper time may save yon
a world of trouble and preserve
your vision for old age.
WE ARE EQUIPPED as is no otter
jewelry house in this section-to
give the trade prompt and e
cient service. We promise
watchful care in every detail.
IF YOU ARE not now among our
customers try us and seehow
well you will be pleved too.
The Oicii oi Jcw1le,
CHESTER, . C.
An Ordinace Reati'g 11 Mle
Be it enacted and ordained by the
Intendant and Wardens of the 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 lrgeonthe
streets of the town of Winnsboro
unless such dog be securely'muzz2e&
with a wire muzzle, and any dog,
either male or female, hereafter found
at large on the streets of said town
not wearing such mnzzle, shall be
taken up by the police offieers of said
town, and shall be by them kept in
some secure place for the period of
twenty-four hours, during which time
the owner or custodian of such dog
may procure the release thereof by
paying a line of one dollar. Any dog
not claimed and released as above
provided within the said twenty
hours shall, aftertheo
time, be killed by the id police offi
Section 2. That the owner of any
dog permitting such dog to run at
large upon the streetsof the said town
in violation of the provisions of this
Ordinance shall bp deemed guilty of a
misdemeanor, and upon conviction
thereof shall be fined for each ad
every such offence in the sum of.one
ESection 3. That upon failure to cap
ture any dog offending. against the
previsions of this Ordinance, the
police officers -shall ~call upon the
owner of such dog for payment of the
fine of one dollar to which such dogI
has become liable, and if payment of
suoh fine be refused, and the said deg
be thereafter captured on the streets
of the said tow -such dog may be
killed by the poie-hfcers Witheut
detention and wthout notice to the
section 4. All Ordinances .inconstis
tent with this Ordinance are hereby
Done in Council this 18th day of
April, 1899, with the corpo
[t.s)rate seal of.the said town af-'
J. 3. COAN,
iWhlitdN beo Orde
.- We offer the
Bicycles (i8gs) .
IOR THE UTNPRECEDENTED PE10E
4$27. 00 z
aligWe will sell on instal
JO1RDAN & UAVIS
Digests what you eat.
Nature lisrhein g andtec0a.
3as. ItIshelatIsest d or-t
ant and tonic. No other pesam
can iproc it n efc ei n
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