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Saturday, No em 1899
-Read town ordinance in this
-Received, new line of Golf Hats
and Tam O'shantas.
- On and after Monday, November
6, the mail will be collected at 9.30
a. m. instead of at 9.45 a. m..
-A young child of one of the fac
tory operatives died at its home at
the factory on Thursday and was
buried on Friday.
-Mr. Thos. Stevenson, who has
been so ill at the hospital in Chester,
has recovered sufficiently to come to
Winnsboro. The news of his recov
ery will be most welcome to Mr.
-A full stock of all kinds of farni
ture, sewing machines, organs, cotk
stoves and heaters at
LaGrippe, with its after effects, an
nually destroys thousands of people.
It may be quickly cured by One Min
ute Congh Cure, the only remedy that
produces immediate results in coughs,
colds, croup, bronchitis, pneumonia
and throat and lung troubles. It will
prevent consumption. McMaster Co.
Mt Zion Institute will be closed
for two days during next week in
order to rgive the pupils and teachers
an opportunity of attending the fair.
Thursday and Friday will probably
be the days chosen, as 'ihursday is the
most popular day at the fair.
-If your clocks or watchies need
repairing, R. Brandt, the jeweler, in
Chester, will do it and will guarantee
his work. His prices are low and his
goods all up-t3-date, and you are sure
to be suited. He is a skilled workman
and can repair the finest watches.
Yon never know what form of blood
poison will follow constipation. Keep
the liver clean by using DeWitt's Lit
tle Early Risers and you will avoid
trouble. They are famous little pills
for constipation and hver and bowel
troubles. McMaster Co.
-Just received! A handsome line
of open and top buggies at
J. 0. Boag's.
-The Qaarterly Conference of the
M. E. Church ,will convene in the
Methodist Church here on Monday
morning at nine o'clock. Rev. E. P.
Hodges, Presiding Elder, will be
present. On Snday night Mr. Hodges
will preach at Creight's Chapel at
-half-past seven o'clock.
-The Synod of the A. R. P. Chnrch
will meet in .Ch'alotte on Thursday.
AErge number of the foremost men
of this denomination will be gathered
together and much important business
will be transacted. Charlotte is a
*stronghold of the A. R. P. Church1
and the delegates will be royally
treated during the session of Synod.
"I wouldn't be without DeWt~ .
ave for any considera
eThos. B. Rhodes, Center
ufallible for piles, cuts,
skin diseases. ,Beware of
-ave calls the. attention
the necessity of mak
mfortabl3 for the
eters, ae- being widely
used now. They save fuel and give
* out much heat. He also has a large R
line of general hardware, including a.
-coal seuittles,'.shovels and tongs. See al
* his ad. -d
-A large crop of wheat ought to be
planted this year. Mr. W. S. Hall, of a.
-Mitford, advertises a very fine variety. 4,
A NEws MD HznA.Tw reporter saw
this variety growing last summer. and S
-ir was said to be the prettiest wheat in U
the county. We afterwards learned
that the yield was much larger than t<
that of other varieties, although the ii
season was not favorable.
Geo. Noland, Rockland, 0., says:
*M wife had piles forty years. De- a
its Witch Hazel Salve cured her. I
is the best salve in America." It a
a everything and cures all skin y
ases. McMaster Co. I
Thfe corporators. of the Woman's a
onumnent Association have issued ae
11 through the columns of The State
othe board of directors of the asso
ciliron to meet in Columbia next
week, as business of great importance C
is to be transacted. The meeting will be ~
during fair week at a time convenient ?
to all. Mr. R. H. Jennings is one of E
those appointed on the board of direc
-We have received a copy of the
Clemson College Chronicle, which I
contains an article by Mr. Edgar t
M. Matthews, who is one of the edi
tors of the magazine. The article is i
entitled, "Manual Traing and Nature I
tudy," and showa an amnount of I
thought and study on the part of the I
wri: He points out the value of
manuiali'ining and nature study and 1
urges the iuiportance of their being a
a part of every scheool course.
~Dr. W. Wixon, Italy Hill, N. Y.,
says: "1 heartily recommend One Min
ute Cough Cure. It gave my wife uim
rmediate relief in suffocating asthma."
Pleasant to take. Never feils to
quickly cure all coughs, colds, throat
and lnng troubles. McMaster Co.
-The committees for the State ball
have been published, and are comn
posed of members of the South Caro
lina Club from all parts of the State.
Winneboro is represented on one of
these committees by Mr. T. W. Laui
derdale. Handsome invi-ations to the
ball have been isined and all of the
arrangements are ne'lring completion.
* Everything is going on smoothly and
the ball will be one of the most bril
liar:t in the history of the club.
Be the The Kind You Hare Always Bght
- ignatnu e~ ~ ~~
Sorehroat and constant coughingin
dicae amn iffection of the bronchi2
orin ammation ofthelangs. Dono
wait but use Dr. John W. BulP
Syrup at once and be cured.
Cur4s Hoarseness and Sore Throal
Dose are smal and pleasant to take. Doctot
eomend it. Price 25 cts. &t an druggist
-We are indebted to Mr. R. I
Gantt( for some very nine honey. It
the m st beautiful honey that we ha,
ever 4een. Mi. Gantt has some a
range'nent Lby which he prevents th
drones from passing over the honiu
and h1 says it is the drones that di
color he honey. His honey i3 as oleo
as cry tal and the comb is as white a
can b . Any onewwho can marna
beas s well as Mr. Gantt should o
regulg rly into the business. He d<
desire's to procure some stands. Av)
one aving them may commuria
with im at the cotton mill.
Dr., H. H. Haden, Summit, Ala
says:' "I think Kodol Dyspepsia Cnr
is a 4lendid medicine. I prescribe i:
and v confdence in it grows wit
conti ied use." It digests wha ye
eat a d quickly cares dyspepsia am:
indig stion. McMaster Co.
- circular has been issued b
Supe intendent of Education Mcllaha
to th county superintendents of edu
catio calling attention to the fact tbe
Arbo Day will be on November 18L
and urging its observance. Aron
Day ad for years been o'i:ere<
throu hout the north and west an
has p oved to be of great benefit t
town and cities. The planting o:
trees ould be a great improvemen
to th town as there are a number o
street almost bare of trees. The da:
has n ver been observed by the schoo
here, but it is hoped that the teacher:
will rrange a program and obser a
Arbo Day, as it should be observed
The alue of shade trees should 1A
forcitly impressed upon the minds c
the p ung.
J. . Bridges, editor Democrat, Lara
caste , N. H., says: "One Minuu(
Cong Cure is the best remedy foi
cron I ever used." Immediately re
li.ve and cures coughs, colds, croup
sth a, pneumonia, bronchitis, grippe
ind 1& throat and lung troubles. 11
prev nfs consumption. McMastcr Co.
Mr A. F. Ruff, of Rock Hill, wvas
.n to n this week.
Mr . S. P. Martin left on Friday
or ock Hill to visit Miss Mattie
Mr. J. Frank Fooshe is attending
he onvention of colleges which is in
essi n inlColumbia.
Re . C. E. McDonald has returned
e~ia he A. R, P. Presbytery.
The Kind You llave Almys Bougdt
- the follow
c urches S~
Associate Reformed resbyterian
ev. C. E. McDonald. Service at 11
m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School
4 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednes
vat 4 p. m.
St. John's Episcopal -Services at 11
m. and 6.30 p. m. Sunday School at
30 p. m. Afternoon service 5.30 p.m.
Methodist-11 a. mn. by the pastor
riday School at 4 p. mn.. Prayer
eeting Wednesday at 4 p. mn.
Presbyterian-11 a. mn. by the pas
r. Sunday School at 5 p. mn. Prayer
eeting Wednesday at 5 p. mn. I
"I had dyspepsia fifty-seven years
d never found permanent relief till
used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Now Ij
n well and feel like a new man,"
'rites S. J. Fleming, Murray, Neb.
;is the best digestant known. Cures
i forms of indigestion. Physicians
rerywhere prescribe it. McMaster Co.
: ine Honey.
Mr. R. V. Gantt brought to this
ifice Thursday the most beautiful
ample of honey that we have ev:er
sen. Mr. Gantt has for years been
'readv intereste-i in bee culture and
as proved himself unusually succes:
ul. ile has never gone ve-y largely
ato the business but has had afe
matent hives all of which hav e yielded
is beautiful honey. It is clear and
if a pale yellow color, and the comb
j almost perfectly white. Those who
tave seen Mr. Gantt at work among
is bes say that it is wcnderful hoW
te can go amnong them with absolute
afety, and can haudle them without
heir harming him. He is anxious to
o into the culture of bees on a large
cale and wishes some one to go in
with him. Such harney as he makes
w'ould find a ready sele in any marke:
t a good price and he would no
:loubt find it a profitab'e enmerprise.
A Thousand Tongues
Could not express the raptuie of
Annie E. Springs, of 1125 Howarti st.,
Philadelphia, Pa., when she fonnd ra
Dr. King's New Discovery tCr ton
sumption had completeih cured h:,o
a backing cough that for many ytai
bad made lite a burden. All olh 1
re~edies and doctors could give I ei
no help, but she mys of this R~ov
Cure-'it soon removed the paim ia
my chest and I can now sleep sound~l
omnething I can scarcely rememrn
doing before. 1 fcel like sounding av
praises tbroughout ;be Universe." St
will every one who tries Dr. inmg'i
New Discovery for any trouble of thb
Throat, Chest or Lungs. Price 50s
and $1.00. Trial bottles free at Nec
Maseer Co.'s drug store; every botm
!MONTHLY SVODIARY FOR OCTOBER.
Mean maximum............ .....69.I
Mean minimum ............. 53.4
r Mean.............. ............61.4
Minimum, on nd................38.
a!.. ...... ... .........7.88
Greatest in 2-1 hours, 5th........3.05
p Y;inber of day? on which .01 or
more precipitalion fell....
Numaber of clear days............ 23
Number partiy cloudy days......2
SN-umber cloudy days............ G
The above was furnished us by air.
J. W. Seigler, the manager of the
! local station.
For Over Fift y Years.
MRs. WINSLOW'S Soorix SYRvP
has been used for over fifty years by
- mil!ions of mothers for their children
r while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the gums,
e allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. It
Owill relieve the poor little sufferer
-i mmediately. Sold by druggists in
every part of the world. Twenty-five
e'wts a bottle. B2 sure and ask f-r
"Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,"
,:d take no other kind. 1-1-17
C ;.iATH OF MR. HOWELL EDMUNDS.
b We cip the Lollowing from The
Zz_ ~f November 3rd:
i.'ea ay, Nov. 2.-Our community
Pms the death of one of her
c : .a d moit houored citizens, Mr.
d -J d Edmunds. Mr. Edmunds had
- r'ached the ripe age of 77 years. hav
t ing been born at Eastover in 1823,
moving from thence to this county in
1802, where he has since resided.
r Mr. Ednrds was a quiet, u.osten
I t..ticns gcntleman of the old school,
1 n;oted for his Lozpitality and charity.
i was a zealous member of the Bap
ist Church, and his pious and spotless
I - epitomized the sincerity of his
Sief. He was also a civil engineer of
n:e, and his maps and diagrams are
ju vidence in Hhis and adjacent coun
ie (nteied the Confederate service
the beginning of Lostilities a-d
rde a gallant soldier. After the war
he returned to industrial pu! suits with
a determination to repair his shattered
fortune. lie was conspicuous in his
c' :nmunit- in his efforts to brine
u t order and peace ont of the chaos
of reconstruction times.
He leaves a wife, four daughters
and a son, to wh om the heart of this
community goes out in thi3 sad be
Robbed the Grave. -
A startling incident of which Mr
Joim Olive : of Philadelphia, was the
sabject, is narrated by him as follows:
"I was in a most dreadful condition.
IMy skin was almost yellow, eyes
utmken, tongue coated, pain contin
utlly in back anud sides, no appette
gradadly growingr weaker day oy day.
Thr'ee phy'sicians had given me up.
Fortunately, a friend advised trying
'Eiectric Bitters,' and to my great joy
awl1 surnrise, the first bottle made a
decided' improvement. I continued
their use for three weeks, and amgon
- 'J2LU araveof aothe'r
victim." No one should fail to try1
tuemn. Only 50 cents per bottle at
McMaster Co.'s drug store. 6
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible Burn,
Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's Ar
ica Salve, he best in the world, will I
kill the pain and prom t1 -
Cures Old Sores, F'e ..., c rs, 4
Doils, Felons, Corn .1 Skin Erup
a~.m g ~i on earth. Only
2.5 ts. a box. Cur guaranteed. Sold
by McMaster Co., draggists.
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you, if you
usea Dr. King's'New Life Pills. Thou
ssns of sufierers have proved their
matchless merit for Sick and Nervous I
H~e'adaches. They make pure blood I
and strong nerves anid build up your!
hc:tb. Eas'. to take. Try thm
Oiv 2.5 cents. Money back if not
cureI1. ScId by Mc~iaster Co., drug
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Hase Always Bought
Sgnature of , . -4d6 A
F@R SALE. (
SA FINE PLANTATION AT
For term's, address
M PRERS AND) EHANICS BAIK
Columbia, S. C.
A FULL LINE OF
to our already complete stock,
weareprepared to furnish
anyhig i tisline you may
eed,& and cheap, but the very
ICall and e:s:amine our stock
bd Ore making a purchase.
DON'T FORFET US.
' i nRUGGISTS.
PAC'llc MRANCE 0MN Y
Sci1cits a _, the pablic patron
WhEAT. a-ted sound- Pro
duces more and straw than any I\
other variet CE
Cal at Waty, store.
V. S. iiALL, Y(
11-4 Mitford, S. C. CI
Ecolitlie M dIS 'of l.
- Gcal line of
To RAiSE SupIES FOR THE MUNICI
PAL YEA.)iEriNCiNG APRIL
1, 189 AND ENDING
A PL 1, 1900.
Be it cnach and ordained by the
Intendant and Tardens of the town of
Winboro in-cancil met, That for
he purpose ofaising supplies for the
ear commenog April 1, 1895, and
ending April , 1900, a tax for the
ums and in te manner bereinafter
mentioned sha be raised and paid
into the treasur ol said town for the
Ise and servic thereof. That is to
Five lis d ralorcii upon every
2lllar of tbe vrUne of all real and per
onai property withinl the corporate
iits of the tov:- of Winnsboro.
Two dollars to be paid by every
nae inbsbitantol the town of Winns
wro bet ween tie ses f eigniteenl (18)
od fif~y (50) vars in lieu of working
>n the streets of said town.
All taxe~s asgsed au aabe unde)
eg y uai'nds or funsds ani
o other: Gold and silver coin, Uni
.e Statcs currency and national bani
All taxes herein assessed shall b
lme and payable between the 15th da:
f November instan
f Jannary, 1
c naiig~ ur paidon the a y of n
lary, 1900, shgl e collected by dis
ress or other~~nmow provided by
ba%&k4~ all legal costs.
Done in Con I this the second day
of No ember, Anno Domini
one tl tisand eight hundred
L. s ] andi nnety-nine, under th.1
e - p .rgte seal of the said
TI. wn Uouncil.
JA. , OAN,
Jo. J. NEIL~ Clerk of Conll.
delicious biscuit made of
reai of WVheat; Pearl Bar
ley, Sago, and Tapioca.
lure Vermont Maple Syrup,
in pint bottles and gallon
Williamt' Pure Fruit Jams.
1o a fresh supply of Rai
sins, Currants, Citron,
etc., for fruit cake, at
setters of Administration.
STATE oF SoUTA CARIOLINA,
coryTY OF~ FAIRFIt.LD.
h . R. JOHNS T0, Esq.,Probau aage.
.TEEARt. 11. .1ennings Clerk 01
Court, hath made suit to mae it
t ima tters of admuiistrationl, witl:
\:L mnC-xed, of the estata' anrd etThets c
nsom Durhamn, deceased:
Tie- ar", therefore, to cite and a.!nmon
h all ad singlarO the kindred am
rditcrs of t be said IRans-m Durhain, de
s halt they be and aimar be
e~: e in the Court of P'roi'ate, it
m elcd at Fairfichi Court HIouse. S. C.
Sh 6 d (ay of N::vember next, afte
ubieni io hereof, at 11 o'clock in 1.11
""enn to show cause, if any they have
way the said administration should nn
t der may hand, this 6th day
Oe- ber Anno Donmini 1899.
i 0-i t Judge of Probate
AFRICANA wi cure constipation ax
..nl.vra Me ne Try It
NTFALL GOODS N
WHATEVER YOU N]
[illinery, Shoes and Clothing,
Ln do best for yourself. We b<
)u in quality and price. We b
eap and we sell cheap. "Th
oney" is our motto.
Your special attention is
ress Goods. We have all tl
[so in Silks for Waists and Tr:
We have the most varit
annels, Underwear, Hosiery, I
Our millinery room is parl
Ve have a large s;ock of all r
vl1l please you.
One of our greatest depa
hoe stock in the county. It
shoes of any kind to give us a,
We have a great attractio
ter. Gvods that sell at one ce
cents and up. Many things h
It will pay you to trade with u
SThe Gadwell Dni
I AM NO)
TO MEET THE DEMI
COMMUNITY IN C
Consisting in nice Dre
Trimmings, Notions, Hats, (
Carpets, Mattirngs, Rugs, La
The Low-Price Banner
my store.. ,
Seeing is free; it won't
my immense stock and see 1
You will not be urged
Syou what to do.
SI have some matchless be
gains this season in nice
The very people who ha'
the ones these opportunitteS
COME AND 13
Goods shown with pleast
refunded. Polite attention tc
* eWe Have**
Irish Potatoes and
Onions for the
Rye, Crimson Clo
ver, Turnip and
Morgan's and Chil
larine Chill Tonic.
WE HAVE A
car of FINE SEED
WH EA T, which we
vil sell cheap for
cash or on liberal:
terms. All farmers.
should s o w some
M. W OTY &
oW REA*-Y FOR
ED IN DEY GOOD S
you want to buy where you
1lieve we can do the best for
y in large quantities; we buy
Best Goods for the Least
called to our fine stock of
e new novelties in Patterns;
d sto of Domestic Goods,
3loves, Corsets, etc.
icularly att active this season
w styles, md fine work that
rtments ig the most complete
Vill pay you when in need ol
this season in a cheap coun
nt, two cents, three cents, foul
ere that are wonderfully cheap
[ oods Ooiupanyx
NDS OF A HARD-U:
FFERING SOME OF
VALUES IN FALL
s Goods, especially in blacl
:naps, Shoes, Clothing, Blanke
p Robes, Trunks and Vahises.3
waves over every department
ost you a penny to look throu
>w muchi you cget fr so i
to buy, your judgment will
.r- A full line of Domesties at
re the least money to spend a
ean the most to.
re. Goods exchanged or maoni
. . P.WILLIFORD.
H ARLOTT E
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
(Established 1891.) s
IN PIEDMONT BU1LDDl
IN THE SOUTH.
HNDREDs OF' OUR~ S'rUDENTS 1
H Iow1s RESrOKsI.E POsxrONS
IA bore for young ladies under
upervision of the President and
Young men furnished suitable bos
ig places at $10 per month.
s tudents cazn ter
School under Crstian Inunen
Catlo . MGIVER, PREsIDEN
Digests what you eai
It rtifically digeststhefood and
Nature in strengthenling and re
s truting the exhausted digetv
g an. Itis the latestic di
areand tonic. N~o oth
an approach it ine .
santly reliee pe rmane3t~
IFaulnc, Sour Stomach, Nan~
al the rreultS - -.....dlica
.1 McMAsTER C(
fo the k.
R. IRBIT' GOQM
ari PRICES, W "*knOW*
E. BRANDT guarantees.sl of Me
work and dolivers to his trade S02 of.
the FnE=r WATCRWORK sM
cared in the Stte.
Give hia yar watch to regai t
)on want it to do well.
CHESTER, 5- C.
e iWeek, $8 aYriunAbse
Weky,$1L60 ? Toul ia hses
and everytlag ia b Mine dess
Ias oheaply as anywkwe us a
Every penny .Pest
home ia kept athim.
lon I ALL ITS DUPARTMENI'S,
)n with a full stock itOses Barial
ire COnes and Coffins, constautly on hand,
im' and use o'f hearse whaen requested.
-Thakfal for past patronage and solici
fau)f. rainfor a share in the future,.In the
ion, old stand
Calls attended to at all hears.
C. THE ELTJOTT GIN4 sier