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Tuesday, June 6, - - 1899
See Supervisor's report.
-Photographs at 50 cents and $1.00
by J. C. Braswell. Read his adver
-Read County Superintendent of
Education Stevenson's notice in refer
ence to school claims.
What you want is not temporary
relief from piles but a cure to stay
cured. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
cares piles, and they stay.cured. Mc
-The ladies of the Methodist
Church will serve ice cream in the
Beaty building on Thursday afternoon
from 5.30 to 10 o'clock.
-The county auditor asks to call
the attention o& telephone companies
to the law requiring them to make re
turns, showing the mileage, income,.
&c., of telephone lines. The comp
troller general directs him to enforce
-Saturday, June 2nd, was the anni
versary of Jefferson Davis' birthday.
This is a legal holiday, but in very
lew places is it observed as such. The
day passed without any exercises in
memory of the dead president of the
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, small
and pleasant to take, and entirely free
from objectionable drugs, They assist
rather than compel. McMaster Co.
-The handsome new Elliott house
is entirely completed and is one of
the most delightful houses in town.
It is a very large house, and in the
design the architect has combined
beauty and convenience. The family
will move in this week.
-Final examinations are still going
on at Mt. Zion Institute and will con
tinue to be held until'Friday when the
pupils will put away their books for
a rest of nearly three months. On
Friday night the close of school will
be marked by an address by a promi
nent minister from Chester.
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.
-Mrs. Walton will canvass Winns
boro to-day selling her book "One
Woman's Life." The book is exceed
ingly interesting, and should sell on
its own merits. Mrs. Walton presents
recommendations from many of the
* best people in North Carolina and
-A crowd of children spent a most
delightful day on Saturday at a picnic
at Major Woodward's place. Mrs.
Woodward, Mrs. Trill, and one or two
other ladies had the children in charge.
Several wagon loads of children re
very happy day.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure completely
digests food within the stomach and
intestines and renders all classes of
food capable of being assimilated and
converted into strength giving and
tissue building substances. McMaster
-Several people from here will go
down to Coluft a this week to attend
the commencement exercises of the
Presbyterian College for Women,
which begin this week. The exercises
will open with an elocution recital on
Thursday night. Winnsboro is well
represented at this college and the
commencement exercises of this col
lege will therefore be of special inter
est to many people here.
-Professor F. E. Hinnant, of the
Johnston Institute, delivered an ad
dress on Jefferson Davis at the memo
rial service at Johnston on Friday.
Prof. Hinnant is quite a young man
and his having been invited to speak
at the memorial services speaks very
highly for the estimation in which he
is held by the people of Johnston. He
has been re-elected to his position in
the Johnston Institute.
Thomas Thurman, deputy shsriff of
Troy, Mo., says if everyone in the
Ujnited States should di~scover the vir
tue of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
for piles, rectal troubles and skin dis
eases, the demand could not be sup
plied. McMaster Co.
-Sate Superintendent of Educa
tion McMahan will be in Winnsboro
on the 10th inst. to meet with tbe
teachers, trustees, and all of the people
who are intereste,d, to discuss with
them the improvement of our schools.
Mr. McMahan is very anxious that
there shall be a large meetirg and we
urge that the people of the town and
county will realize the importance of
such a meeting and will be here on the
EW. M. Gallagher, of Bryan, Pa.,
says: "For forty years I have tried
various cough medicines. One Mtinute
Cough Cure is best of all." It relieves
-- instantly and cures all throat and lung
troubles. McMaster Co.
Attend annual meeting of Steam
Fire Engine Company this (Tuesday)
afternoon at 6 o'clock.
By order of the President:
Geo. B. McMaster,
For Over Fifty Years.
Mus. Wrnsr~ow's SOOTHING SYRUP
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 sums,
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,"
Ta WATER SUPPL.-The follow
ingis the report of the policeman on
the water supply measurements taken
on Monday morning: -
Court-house cistern.... ....14 0
Depot cistern..... ..... 9 6
Elliott's cistern..........9 0
Neil's cistern.......... .15 2
Miller'scister ............8 0
Phillips' cistern..............13 11
Cummings' cistern.......17 0
Gollege cistern ..............13 0
Smart's citein ...............13 9
c: A 0 T O T. TA.
Bears the Kind You Ha Always Bought
AT NEW YORK COST
My entire stock of man's crash
suits, crash coats and pants, crash
pants and linen vests. Also a big
stock of crash hats.
This is no advertising dodge. I
mean business. Q. D. Williford.
EDUCATIONAL MASS MEETING
An educational mass meeting will
be held in the court hause at Winns
boro on Saturday, 10th irst., at which
addresses will be made by State Super
intendent MeMahan and others.
Teachers and all interested in educa
tional work are urged to attend.
D. L. Stevenson,
Supt. Education Fairfield Bounty.
The Appetite of a Goat
Is envied by all poor dyspeptics
whose Stomach and Liver are out of
order. All such should know that Dr.
King's New Life Pills, 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
25c at McMaster Co.'s drug store.
GOMi[NC AND GOING.
Mr. F. C. Withers, of the State,
was in town on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jordan are
visiting Dr. and Mrs. Jordan.
Miss Isabel Robertson returned to
her home in Columbia on Monday.
Mrs. Kate Woodrow and daughter,
of Columbia, are visiting relatives in
Mrs. C. S. Dwight and Miss Marie
Dwight will return from Spartanburg
Miss Nannie Cummings and Miss
Martha Beal, of New Ysrk, are visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Gooding.
Mr. and Mrs. W. . McNalty left
yesterday for Fairfield County to at
tend the bedside of Mrs. McNulty'S.
mother, who is critically ilI.-The
Bean th h Kind You Have Always Bought
mAnvitations to the commencement
ext f C m o n leehave
program for thi week:
Sunday, June 11, 11 a rn-Bacca
laureate sermon by C S Gardner, D D.
8 p rn-address to Y M C A by P'resi
dent Henry S Hartzog.
Monday, June 12, 11 a mn-Regi
mental review and competitive drill.
8 p rn-Alumni address by J S Garris.
Tuesday, Juno 13, 11 a rn-Literary
address by Col Robert Aldrich. 4 p m
-Dedication of class fountain by
Wednesday, June 14, 11 a rn-Corn
mecement exercises and delivery of
There are sixteen young men in the
graduating class, Mr. John W. Jef
fares, of Fairfield, being our only
representative in this class. The sub
ject of Mr. Jeffaires' essay is, "Achieve
ment in Engineering."
Somec part of this section Is now
suffering a very severe drought, which
is doing a great deal of harm. The
wheat and oat crops is damaged con
siderably, almost a failure, and the
cotton and corn is not up very well,
especially where the soil has a red
cast. It is to be hoped, however, that
it will soon rain. We enjoyed a niee
shower of rain on last Wednesday
evening, and everything has been
freshened up very much indeed, al
though we are dry as ever-now.
All the business places were shut
up on last Thursday evening in honor
of Mr. W. Mt. Patrick, who was hap
pily married to Miss Jauie Thompson,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stewart were
called very suddenly one day last
week to the bedside of his sister,
Mrs. Dunbar, of Chester, formerly of
this place. She is still eritically ill at
Misses Laura and Lida Wood ward,
of White Oak, who have been visiting
Mr. A. R. Micholson and family, have
Mr. C. W. Mobley has returned
home from Columbia.
Master- William Boyce, of York
ville, is spending a few days~ with
Maj. T. W. Brice.
Dr. J. C. Patrick, of King's Moun
tan, N. C., spent last Thursday in
June 3, '99.
KIDNEY Is a deceptive dis.
TROU BLE hae it and don't
know it. If you want gnick resuilts
you can make no mistake by using Dr.
Kilmer's SwampRoot, the great kid
ney remedy. At druggists i fifty
cents and dollar sizes. Sample bot tle
by mail free, ala..> pamphlet telling
you how to find out if you have kid
ney trouble. Addrese, Dr. Kiluv r &
o., Binghamton, . K .
FEASTERVIL.E ITEN .
The school at the Crosby Institute
in this community and the one in the
Halselville section, under the effiient'
management, 'respectively, of Frot..
Leon Rosberough and Miss McMaster,
of Winnsboro, will combine and have
a basket picnic at the Crosby Institute
school house on Friday, June 9th.
The people are cordially invited to at
Messrs. William Weir and John
Varnadore, two of our highly re
spected old men, died last Friday
morning. They were in the seventy
eighth year of their age. Their re
mains were interred last Saturday in
the Beaver Creek burial ground. We
tender our sympathy to the bereaved
Miss Isabell Taylor, after spending
several weeks with Miss Mary Crosby,
of Chester, returned home not long
Mrs. Jane Wright is visiting rela
tives in Georgia.
Messrs. David A. Coleman and
Cephus Bclick, of Winnsboro, paid
this community a visit last Sunday.
Prof. Anderson's csho ol at Feaster
ville closed last Friday. Hon. J. G.
Wolling and Prof. Anderson made
interesting addresses on the subject
There was a good rain in the vicinity
of Wolling's and Shelton's last Wed
nes lay evening. The cotton has come
up to almost a good stand since the
raii o weeks ago, but it is growing
very lowly- on account of the dry
wcIenr. R. R. J.
Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of
Wa-hita, I. T. He writes: "Four
bottles of Electric Bittters has cured
Mrs. Brewer of scrofult, which had
caused her great suffcring for years.
Terrible sores would break out on her
ead and face, and the best doctors
could give no help; but her cure is
complete and her health is excellent."
This shows what thousands have
proved,-that Electric Bitters is the
best blood purifier known. It's the
supreme remedy for eczema, tetter,
salt rheum, ulcers, boils and running
sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys and 4
bowels, expels poisons, helps digestion, 4
builds up the strength. Only 50 cents. 4
Sold by McMaster Co., druggists. 4
MOSSY DALE PARAGRAPHS.
Would I could say something for the I
enouragement of our farmers and i
friends as regards to cur agricultural 2
outlook, but let the mind be every so
active and the sight far-reachIng, there
is nothing very encouraging to report. 2
We were visited by a good rain
about two weeks ago, which brought 2
p a tolerably good stand of cotton
rom our first planting and enabled us4
o finish preparing and planting lands 4
bat had been awaiting rain. The 4
lat planting of cotton is a tolerably
ood stand, but there is not moisture ~
nough in the ground to bring up corn 4
nd pinders. The ground needs rain
to settle it around the roots of the I
oung plants to keep them from dying.
otato draws that have been set out
re dying on account of excessive
eat. Gardens are loing poorly, and 2
s a result we are still having our old 2
~pring fare. It has been too dry for ~
eeds to germinate. Irish potatoes ~
~re not bearing as yet. The Colorado a
eetle has destroyed some patches 4
ompletely and have gone down in the ~
round leaving it perforated all over.
orn is small for the season, but as a
ule in very good Ax. Cotton that
as chopped early will have to be re
hopped, with the exception of very 3
raly planting, which came up agood ~
tand and is looking pretty well, and a
s now being dirted with the plow.
The wheac crop will be something.
ver one-half-none being harveste.
he fall oats wore cut off considera
ly and all harvested. Spring oats, I,
may say, is a complete failure. Melons
enerally late owing to late planting.
Mr. W. T. McKinstry has accepted
a situation at the State hospital for the
nsane. He has been there over a
month. I learn that he is confined to
his bed with fever. We wish him a
Mr. Jas. H. Diseker and wife, of
olumbia, is spending some time with
beir daughter, Mrs. G. W. Brooks.
The Mossy Dale school closed its
xercises a week ago atter a very suc- I
~essful term. Miss Carlos Padgett I
has endeared herself to her scholars
nd we wish hera pleasant vacation. C
he'school ciosed with a picnic and a I
very instructive and interesting) ad- 1
ess on tihe subject of education. I
June 5, 1899. 'T. B. McK.
He Fooled ihe Surgeons. f
All doctors told Renick Hamilton,
f West Jefferson, 0., after suffering
18 months from Rectal Fistula, he
rold die unless a costly operation d
vas performed ; but he cured himself
ith five boxes of Bucklen's Arnica
5alve, the surest Pile cure on Earth,1
nd the best Salve in the World. 25 -
~ents a box. Sold by McMaster Co.,
I WILL BE IN WINNSBORO
UNE 12TH TO 18TH ONLY, and
ill make Photographs, cabinet size,
n down for 50 cents to $1.00.per
ozen. At Thespian Hall.
J. C. BRAS WELL,
6 6-2 Photographer.
Wishing to purchase Mild
C nery for the months of May and
Jutie can get bargains. We C
have received a new supply of
~Sailors; also an entire -fresh
Sstock of Trimmed Ilats and
Something nice ini Skirt Sap
porters anid Shirt Waists.
SHeadquarters for Children's
What is.Kodol Dyspepsia Cure? It
is thei newly discovered remedy, the
most efiective preparation ever devised
for aidink. the digestion- and asaimila
tion offood, an restoring. the de
ranged dtigestive. organs' to a natural
condition. It is a discovery surpassing
anything yet unknown to the medical
profession. McMaster Co.
NokiU as0 to. 00olFob6
All persons holding school claims or
warrants on the school funds will
please present them to the County
Treasurer for payment at onse. They
should be presented immediately after
being drawn by the truestees, and
especially so near the close of the
sctiolastic year. The law requires that
these warrants be presented and filed
in this offise within a reasonable time
.fter they, are drawn. Any claim can
reach the county seat in a few days,
so I earnestly request that all claims
be presented within tea days after
Lhey are drawn. Parties neglecting
Dr refusing to comply with the above
request do so at the riek of irregulari
ties and' inconyeniences and possibly
delay of payment when presented.
D. L. STEVINSON,
6-G-1 Co. Supt. Ed.
CLAMIS -APPROVED AT THr LAST
MEETING OF THE BoARD OF COUNTT
COMMISSIONERS HELD ON
MAY 20, 1899.
The following claims weie examined
Ld approved on State Case Fund of
173 R E Ellison. $ 26 80
74 F M Habenicht, 5 60
75 T M Cathcart, 3750
76 Jno Wooten, 8 50
77 J W Team, 500
95 D L Stevenson, 106 00
96 W J Hagood, 200
97 B G Tennant, 756
98 J C Chappell, 200
99 D L Stevenson, 10400
67 Jas H Aiken, 2200
08 D A Broom, 1600
:02 b C Johnston, 6 25
10 D E McDowell, 1875
12 R E Ellison, 2660
:13 Jno S McKeown, 200
14 Winnsboro Bank, 1,196 35
The following claims were examined
nd approved on Road and Bridge
and of 1899:
78 H B Refo. $18 25
79 Lazarus Johnson, 7 00
80 H B Refo, 13 25
81 B G Tennant, 305
82 J W Brooks, claimed $3.00,
83 F R McMeekin & Bro, 750
84 S Simpson, 3 75
00 J W Steele, 5 00
1lT J Rabb, 215
02 HRB Refo, 10 75
03 Charlie Russell, 6 50
04 TH Fry, 12 50
05 H Morgan, 12 50
06 AD Hood, 25 30
11 A Williford, 8 90
The following claims were eramined
nd approved on Poor House fund of
8 H B Refo, . ' $1150
86e D H Wilson, 7 50
87 James Harrell, 5 60
88 Harry:Robertson, 350
89. ' D Chappell, 5 00
90- J L Bagey, 4 00
1& Joe W Richardson, 6 25
16 ManseliMcClintock, 11 00
17 Sallie Ketchin, 8 33
18 B Q Montgomery, 9 50
The followipg claims were examined
.nd approved~ on Public Building fund
91 Lu *i & Richardson, eli1 90
92 S RJohnston, 5 33
93 Walker, Evans & Cogswell, 8 40
94 D) L Stevenson, 5 00
I do certify that the above statement
a correct copy of claims approved
i fM meeting of the County Board
at. >1n the 20th day of May, 1899.
,B. G. TENNANT,
r, 6 County Supevisor F. C.
~romsngelon, in assorted flavors, 15c.
~o:al Deserto, in assorted flavors,15ce.
(Prepare these in two minutes.)
'alifornia Fruit in jars and cans.
.emon Cling Peaches; none better.
ted Cherries, pitted.
White Wax Cherries.
Theee fruits are guaranteed superior
avoc. and extra heavy syrup.
Genuine Canton Ginger Preserves.
i!rWinnsboro Ice House opens to
Let us serve you.
'. M. HABENICHIT.
The above figures tell a remark
able story; they represent almost
exactly the percentage of cures
the wonderful new constitutional
cure for RHEUMATISM. The
other two per cent. were not cura
ble, or failed to make medicine ac
cording to directions. Thousands
have been cnred. In view of the
fact that many physicians think
that rheumatism is incurable, and
that most remedies fail, it must be
true that RHEUMACIDE is the I
greatest medical discovery of the
age. Particulars and testimonials
of manuy well known people sent
free to all aplicnts. BIT
M~a~ctaret by THE BOBTTR
CO., Raleidh, N. C.
SCo., and by Druggists generally.
Price $1 per bottle.
Su.-a,.. A~m1u 1aaNta~e
Wo hdaveG paiji
White Organdies, 12C. to 56
arge let of Lace Striped Whil
ot of beautiful patterns in Col
Fancy Colored Lawns, Black i
A job lot of Percales, yard w
Shirting Prints at 3c. Ventilh
Lisle thread drop stitcn Hose.
These goods are good value
New lot of Rough Straw Sai
WVe have had hard work to k
oom this season, and now we a
)f stock and give CUT prices.
We have a great variety of
o please-5oc. to $2.oo a pair.
iigh cut, comfortable, durable,
We have a pretty . lot of
>rices you can afford to pay.
It will pay you to come to se
SThe Caldwell Dry
CRASH SUITS AND
PANTS; AL2O WHI
The Goods will go at
Iow is a chance to get a suit t(
SQ. D. WI
tstrengt comes from it
segh dit Is a luxury with
Insist on "Lion"
Never ground noi
None Genuine wii
If your Grocer
IMES MADIE COM-1
$1.00 to $150.
40c. to 50c.
[arper's Fly Traps,
J. W. SEIGLER.
A TRACT OF 176 ACRES OF?
ud, on Little River, belongingS to
). M. Broom, and bounded by lands
f the estate of R. G. Simonton, Stev
For terzn a apy to
c.; White Lawns, 5c. to 25C.;
:e Goods at 8c. and ioc.; new
ored Organdies, IOC. to 20c.;
,awns and Organdies.
ide, at 5c. to 6 I-4c.; also in
Lted Corsets, short and long,
and at priccs within the reach
lors at Soc., 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
RASH COATS AND
TE DUCK VESTS
a BARGAIN for the
keep you cool1 thisba~mmer
if Strength is ~
Suri. It is all pure coffee,
Eonlyin one-pound sealed
i ake 40 cups.. The pack
o -that the aroma is never!
ous flavor. Incomparable
n the reach of all.
sold in bulk.
:hout LIo1' head.
sedu i aend frea h attoe
may place it sale there. Do not accept
oSVONO SPICE CO.. Torledo. Ohio.
Life Assurance Society
pof the United States.
* The management of the
SEquiitable Life Assurance Society
in this territy is desirous of secenr
injg the service of a man of char.
ace nd ability to represent its
ineetwith Winnsboro as head
*thoroughly educated in the scienc
.of life insurance and the art o
Ssuccessful soliciting. There is no:
Sbusiness or profession not re
pquiring capital ivhich is more re
mawnerative than. a life agency
c 'onducted with energy and abil
ity. Correspondence wt e
wodesire to seenre permanent
Pemployment and are ambitions to
attain prominence in the profes
sion is invited.
W. J. RODOEY, Mgr.,
* 3-9-3mRock Hill, S. C.
MONEY TO LOAN
On farmineIrdh FEsy' payments.
No e~ommis i'A' "- - U Borrow er
pv actual cut et .etiecting loan.
JOtees B. ePALMER & SON,
Columbia, S. C.,
or A. S. & W. D). DOUGLASS,
in-4 Winshoro. S. (1
WILL YOI wir.k and bli
and nervous energy a
than wear glasses?
WILL YOU force your ey
work, neglect them
cry for help, abuse
after year, until you.
pelled to seek. aid
perhaps to And your
paired beyond entire
A PAIR OF GLASSES prope
at the proper time miay.
a world of trouble and
your vision for old age.
WE ARE EQUIPPED as isno
jewelry house in this
give the trade prompt
cient service. We
watchful care in every d
IF YOU ARE - not now -amog
customers try us and see
well you will be plesed too
nke Wpin al.n~
CHESTER, S. U.
An Ordilce Relatbig to
Be it enacted and ordained by the
Intendant and Wardens of toe town.1
of Winnsboro in Council met and by
the authority of the same:
Section 1. That it shall not be Is-W
ful for any dog to run atlargeon the
streets of the town of Wlnnsbdro
unless such dog be securely. i-'U -
with a wire muzzle, and any ogi -
either male or female, hereafter found
at large on the streets of saidtown
not wearing such nmzzle, shall be
taken up by the police umcers of said
town, and shall be by them kept in
some secure place -for .theeriod of
t wenty-four hours, daring which time
the owner or custodian of such dog'
may procure the release thereofby
paying a fine of one dollar. Any dog
not elaimed and released as sb@j
provided within the said twenty-four
hours shall, after the exniration of that
time, be killed by the isid police *A
Section 2. That the owner of any
dog permitting such dog to run at
large upon the streets of the sad town
in violation of the proviions~ of this
'Ordinance shall be deemed guilty of a
misdemeanor; and upon conviction
thereof shall be fined for such ad
every such offence in the sum of one
dollar. - --
ESection 3. That u~pon failure- to cp
ture any dog offzdn gis
police, offcers shall call,.po the -
owner. of such dog for pmetof -the
fine of one dollar to whc such dog
has become liable, and if payment of
such fine be refused, and the said deg -
be thereafter captured on the streets
of the said town, such dog. may be
killed by the police offiers withet
detention and without neties. to the
dection 4. All Ordinances inconsis
tent with this Ordinance are hereby
Done in Conil this 18th day of
AprIl, 1899, with the corpo
[t,. s.j rate seal of the said town af
J. E. COAX,
JNO:J. NElL, Intendant.
Clerki of Council. -.
-We offer the
a OR T HE UTNPRECEIDENTED PE10E
4$27. 00 !r
WigWe will sell on instal
JOR2DAN & DAVIS
Digests what you eat.
Nature in strengt sand recon.
structing theexa, d
gans. It is the lats eedpt
ant and tonic. No otherpraain
can approach it in effciency.I in
stantly relieves and permanentlycares
Dyppl, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Fltic e, Sour Stmc,1aueS
Preparedby E.C. tdi.,bgeu.
Winnhboom . .O