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aa s i. ... . .15c.
&Fesh and Fine... .... 20c.
g s ..... ... 2 i ..12.
reits of all kinds.
-The store of the late Q. D. Will!
Q is closed for the purpose of stock
In a few-days the surveyors who
camping near town will break
p, as the work is almost completed.
Only two weeks before Life In
spance rates go up.
T. K. ELLIOTT,
__-The Baptist convention has been
uvitedtio hold their next meeting in
orence, and the invitation has been
The most effective little lhver pills
ade are DeW itt's Little Early Risers.
They never gripe. McMaster Co.
-When you come or send to pay
ur taxes, don't forget to call or send
and bettle your dues to THE NEws
-The new cottage opposite the
Baptist Church is about completed.
It was built by the bank to rent and is
rather a neat building.
The friends of Mr. E. B. Ragsdale
will b glad to leart that he is getting
better rapidly. He has been sick for
several. weeks, but hopes soon to be
Don't use any of the counterfeits of
WiNt's Witch Hazel Salve. Most of
them are worthless or liable- to cause
injury. The original DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve is a certain cure for piles,
eczema, cuts, scalds, burns, sores and
skin diseases. McMaster Co.
-Mr. John ,Lyles, the new clerk of
court, entered upon the duties of his
newoffice last week. Mr. Longstreet
Gantt is assisting* Mr. Lyles in the
-Rev. J. D. Crout and his family
eft on Thursday for their new home
in Batesburg. A number of their
friends accompanied them to the train
to bid farewell to their pastor.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers are
dainty little pills, but they never fail
to cleanse liver, remove. obstructions
and invigorate the system. McMaster
-See the notice published elsewhere
columns -by J. L. Mimnaugh,
trator of the estate of Q. D.
.This is tbe last notice that
ebted to the estate will get.
ail service between Winna
ucklick has been increased
times a week to six ttmes a
ons along the route, wish'
- d notify the postmaster.
v. P. B. Ingraham, at
1900, Mr. Bren Lewis
Shannon, daughter of
mach is tired out it must
bat we can't live without
Dyspepsia Cure "digests
at- atyo can eat all
owatwhile it isre
Otbedigestie .organs to health.
1? e only Preparation that digests
da of food. Me&gaster Co.
estok of goods belonging to the
Ie- D. Wyj1tord has been pur
~55 ~ Mimnaugh, admin
-istra ,by )1t. . V. Walker. Mr.
'w LI,. e the rtsiness at
theO o ~
inyinter weath' s set in
,saafotseve stays past t rmom
eter hasreg~ several 'es be
low 1reezing.landay was a - tiful
day, but was My cold, and day
was a se'verelyigday.
Many persoileie had the -.
ence of Mr..Pe~berman, of ' h
Stratford, N. H-4 says, "For
I snffered tor:.umIom chronc
gestion, but KN' Dyspepsia Cni
made a well mafoQbne." It diges
what youneat and iseertain cure fod
dyspepsia and ever -.rm of stomack
trouble. It- gives W at once ever
in the worst cases,Ua~j't help bul
do you good. McMasteno0.
-Mr. T. 8. Ketchiband familj
have moved from their los to Mrs
'. Ketchin's residence' wkre they art
-to reside in future. Mr. 1ston Riot
and family will move -framirs. Mob
ley'/Ihouse to Mr Ketchiu'a*idence
fever have appeared V% varas town
in this State. and in sorne pas hayv
prevailed to quite an alarmmiegree
So far our town bas been mottortu
-nate in having hadi very ;ittle srnes
of any kind.
--Rev. Harold Thomas and haihid
have returned from their weddiidj
and are at borne to thetr frienk~
Columbia. Mr. Th mas preach~
Trinity Church on Sunday. On
*Suday alter Christmas he will 1
service iu St. John'a Church, Wi
-Mcidater Co ,ini their ad.
mornintg, anntounce the arrival of '
Chri-tmas goods. Books, which
alway welcomne presets, pictures
pretty china are some of the tl
that they have to show Sou. \
loo~king for UJ?4.LL>. presents eI
-A tweddinig wbich sill take
in B:ack-tock on Thr.rsday aftier'
i~ Dec m->er 20 b, is that of Mi's
~4 Thornp-OI, daughter of Mrs.
E ThornpsonI, to \ir Joseph C
-~ -'-~ Laire, of Chester. The bride
~ ..~ groom are to make their hot
____C-estre.d arrangements are
m.de for tus a inaial reunion
Confederate veterana ot South
* i02, whichi is t- be held ini 0ol
n'xt Md'. The S h of May ha
seiected as tne day for the reani
is prop sed t- have an encampt
we1 a- a renon~f.
- Luber is. tweing hauled
'~ "~ vacant lkt in the western par t
~~ ~otysite Mr. Sam timipsrons
-" ~ -whete Mesars T I!. Ketel
T..K Ellie-*t' are to build a
fhs is a mio st dairable locat
- house and wahen c- mpleted
''- probably be renited at once.
pe, Pneumonia and
Quick, sure results.
Scents. Refuse the dealer's substitute.
Always cures when others fail.
Dr. Bn'sPMscurConsttion. so pius ror.
-The Graud Lodge, A. F. M., of
South Carolina, which has been in
session in Charleston, adjourned on
Wednesday night. On the last night
of the session subordinate officers
were elected and installed. Mr. J. E.
McDonald, of this place, was one of
those appointed District Deputy Grand
Now is the time when croup and
lung tivubles prove rapidly fatal. The
only harmless remedy that produces
immediate results is One Minute Cough
Cure. It is very pleasant to take and
can be relied upon to quickly enre
coughs, colds and all lung diseases.
It will prevent consumption. MeM.
-There has never been a winter
when turkeys have been more plenti
fal. They are being brought to town
daily in quautities and are selling at
reasonable prices. The scarcity of
eggs, however, still continues, and it
is the same case all over the State.
From all directions the scarcity of tbis
necessary article and the consequent
rise in price is reported.
--A great many of the stores have
already increased the number of their
clerks, preparatory to the Christmas
trade. The small boys are always
ready and willing to stop school in
order to clerk and to have stands on
the street. The Christmas trade seems
to have begun already, and the mer
chants are being kept very busy.
McMaster Co. guarantee every bot
tie of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
and will refund the money to anyone
who is not satisfied after using two
thirds of the contents. This is the
best remedy in the world for ]a grippe,
coughs, colds, croup and whooping
cough and is pleasant and safe to take.
It prevents any tendency of a cold to
result in pneumonia.
-A .more tempting and attractive
array of Christmas dainties than those
shown by Mrs. F. M. Habenicht has
never been offered to the housekeepers
of Winnsboro. Candies of the best
kinds, pi:kels, cranberries and celery,
preserves, and various other things
that are needed, during the holiday
season, are here and all of the best
and fieshest. See her ad. and see for
yourself what tempting things are of
-On December 8th Miss Annie
Brawley, of Blackstock, was married
to Dr. W. E. Davidson, of Charlot te,
N. C., Rev. M. R. Kirkpatrick officiat
ing. The wedding took plac., at the
Presbyterian parsonage at Blackstock:
and immediately after the ceremony
the young couple left for Charlotte to
visit Dr. Davidson's parents. They
wrill live in Spartanburg where Dr.
Davidson will practice his profession.
he bride is a niece of Mrs. H. N
bear of this place.
Among the tens of thousands who
have used Chamberlain's Cough Rem
dy for colds and la grippe during the
past few yearR, to our knowledge, not
a single case has resulteddoi pneumo
a. Thos. Whitfield &5 Co., 240
Wabash avenue, Chicago, one of the
most prominent retail druggists in that
ity, in speaking of this, says: "We
ecommend Chamberlain's Cough
[emedy for la grippe in many cases, as
t not only gives prompt and complete
recovery, but also counteracts any ten
ency of Ia grippe to result in pneu
onia " For- "ale by McMaster Co..
-A copy of the "Co-Ed," the mag
azine gotten up by the teachers and
ppils of the Edgefield Co-Educational
nstitute, has come to our office. It is
a very nice and very interesting little
magazine and reflects great credit upon
tbe editors. Mr. F. E. Hlinnant, of
Winnsboro, is the editor-in-chief and
Mr. A. Gordon Quarttlebaum is one of
the business managers. It is certainly
worthy to take a high stand among
he college journals of te State.
S \3have used all'
sort4of cough reme-'
~ dies kt it does notli
Iyield;i is too deep i
Sseated- It may wear I
Sitself ou~rn time, butj
i t is mor liable to
Sproduce % grippe,:
peumoPnier a seri
arsOus throat 4fection.!
ngsou need sokthing j
at will giv you
~*ngth and buildj
S wiili% when everythin
Cao elseilfhere is no doub
umLjabo* It nourishes,
bee"n strenl builds up and
. it make srn and
et as heat y to throw
t the fortify against
fute fyou are -
. 1 run dow tdyou
oae should he this~
m for a nourishin cine.
it will scT a
give the school holi
a afe iot hav
. weeks after Christmas in
...d of closing the school on Friday,
the 14th. The pupils were greatly in
favor of the school being closed on
Friday and sent a petition to the true
teesi asking them to close on that day,
which the trustees had decided to do.
Later, however, they found that seve
ral of the teacher. preferred having
the two weeks after Christmas, and
the cnange was made to suit the teach
Bears de -The Kind Ycu Mays Always BOW~
-The South Carolina College st ud
ents are to have a long holiday for
Christmas, from Friday, December
21st, until January 1st. The students
bhve been busy with It al examina
tions and the holiday coming just after
these are finished will be greatly en
joyed. The Winthrop students are
not so fortunate, they being allowed
only one day. This rule is thought
b% Presidernt Johnson to be best, as it
k- eps the stucents from getting out of
the regnlar routine of woik. The
stude-.ts, however, find it rather haid
but tuLwit very gracefully to the in
-TPhe OpDulation of incorporated
ow.s i., Sunth Carolina has been
ive , w. The list inc!udes those
towns % hic- hive a population of
more tuaa 2,000 Lnt less than 2,500.
Winnsboro does tnot appear in this
list, her. populatiou being probably
onsiderably less than 2,000. '.3hester
shows up with a population of 4,075,
and York has 2,012. The figures will
no doabt cause keen disappointment
to some towns which were expecting
larger numbers. This list has been
eagerly looked for ever sinee the com
pletion of the work of taking the cen
Ber *e The Kind You Hava Always go*t
-The Charlotte Gbserver states that
Mr. W. W. Phifer, of that place, who
bat been experimenting with drought
proof cotton, has made a success of
his experiment, and that the cotton
remained green and luxuriaut through
the dry weather, while the ordinsry
otton was burnt up. He thinks that
this cotton will prove a blessing to
Southern planters who have suffered
o much each year from drought.
houid it really prove to be able to
tand the drought Mr. Phifer will no
oubt make something nice out of his
xperimenit. The Observer says that
Mr. Phifer will plant his entire planta
:ion in this seed next year, and if stuC- I
essful will put the seed on the mar
-A copy of the Southern Reporter,
whicb is published in Spartanburg, 1
ias been sent u... It contains the re- I
ort of the A. M. E. Zion Conferene
which met in Spartanburg on the 12th.f
rhe following is what the Reporter has
osay of a sermon preached by the
astor of the Winnsboro Zion Church:t
The committee on devotion an
iounced to preach at 7.30 p. m. Wed
sday tbe annual sermon, H. W.
mit, D. D., of Winnsboro, S. C.
.t 7.30 the church was crowded to
iear the annual sermon. The doctor 1
.ook for his text St. Matthew, 28th
:hapter, 18th, 19th and 20th verses.
rneme, "The minister's mission."
)tline: 1st, the commander; 2nd,
he command; 3rd, the chief work of
he minister; 4th, the mode of bap
ism; 5th, tbe divine promise. From
bis text he preached one of the most
earned and eloquent sermons that has
een preached in Spartanburg. His
ogic was immen'ely precise. his dic
ion pure, and the glory of God filled
Bismarck's Iron Nerve
Was the result of his splendid health
domitable will and tremendous
inergy are not found where Stomach,
iver, Kidneys and Bowels are out of
rder. If you want these qualities
d the suc~cess they bring, use Dr.
~ing's New Life Pills. They develop
avery power of brain and body. Only
5c. at M1cMaster Co.'s drug store.
A bo: desirous of learning the print
ng trade is wanted at TEE NEWS AND
-lERALD) cffce to begin work the first
day of the new year.
A CARD OF THANKS
Mr. Editor: We bo'g to sIncerely
hank our friends for the banquet we
were enabled to have through their
Steam Fire Engine Company,
G. B. McMaster, .Mecretary.
Business men, wh> desire free de
ivery of mail, are requested to call at
>;toffice and .xamine the two sample
~ollection and delivery boxes and se
lect what thley want before Christmas,
s I want to commence their use by
-Preston, Roin, Post master.
A "arcasuricg Party."
The lauic- of the Ridgeway Balptibt
n, ch wi~l eive a '"mea-uring part.y"
t the residence of Mr C. P. 9. ray on
the night of Daecnber 27th Thb' pro
ei d aie to te devo-ed tr. the ;il-pove
mtnt of tI e ch~ur ch. Evetry one w ill be
re-ur< d at the a-or and chi rged
5c nts a foot atd 1 cerit for e-e'.addi
servel with'im extr.L ce arg
' HE OX WITHIOUT THE THIEF
On Fn ideo Polic.m" au Gii i foned
ut that a negro n'as triing 'o cell an1
x h ving ceen an~ 'aver is- mee t
tat 'oe h4'l been si !ea, fn .: arh
Camden, he sucpected that this t
ticutar ox we~s the Camden ox. He
went after the negro, but the !ellow in
some way b'ecame suspicione and ran
off leaving his ox. The ox is n w in
It Saved His Leg.
. A. Danforth, of LaGrang-", '
red iintensely for six months ' ih
rightful -running sore on his 'x
rites that Bucklen's Arnica Salcor
W cured it in ten days. For Ut
ceraonds, Burns, Beils. Pri" or
t the best salve in the world
charanteea. Only 2.5c Sold by
. Co ,n druggista.
Everv woman in the country
ought to know about
Those who do know about it
wonder how they ever got along
without it. It has robbed child
birth of its terrors for many a
young wife. It has preserved her
girlish figure and- saved her much
suffering. It is an external lini
ment and car ies with it therefore,
absolutely no danger of upsetting
the system as drugs taken intern
ally are apt to do. It is to be
rubbed into the abdomen to soften
and strengthen the muscles which
are to bear the strain. This means
much less pain. It also prevents
morning sickness and all of the
other discomforts of pregnancy.
A dru;;gist of Macon, Ga., says:
"I have sold a large quantity of
Mother's Friend and have never
known an instance where it has
failed to produce the good results
claimed for it."
A prominent lady of Lam
berton, Ark., writes: "With my
nrst six children 1 was in labor
from 24 to 30 hours. After using
Mother's Friend, my seventh was
born in 4 hours."
Get Mothcr's Friend at the drug
store, $1.00 Ier botUe.
THE BRADFiELD REG'JLATOR CO.
AILAA, GA. 9
WrIte for car free et kok, "BEFORE BABY
The Southern Railway Company
announces that all clergymen and
thers wh. ate entitled to permits for
educed fare for the year 1901, will
>ease make apphcation through 'tcket
Lcant at once; as all permits for 1900
will expire December 31st. 1900, and
ill not be extended into 1901.
J. H. Skinner,
The Best Plaster
A piece of flannel .dampened with
,amberlain's Fain Balm and bound
o the affected parte is superior to any
)laiter. When troubled with lame
)ack or pains in tbe side or cheat, give
t a trial and you are certain to be
nore than pleased with the prompt re
ief which it affords. Pain Balm also
-ures rheurr.tism. One applicatian
,ivcs relief. For sale by McMaster Co.
COXING AND GOIGN.
Mr. Jae. Q. Davis spent several days
n Charleston last week.
-Mr. J. L. Miwnaugh, of Colum
ia, was in town on Friday.
MrF. J. M. Stewart went to Colum
)ia last week to visit relatives.
Miss Mattie Martin will arrive from
Jnion this week to spend the Christ
nass holidays at home.
Mr. C. M. Chauder has ieturned
rm Charleston where he has been
tending a Masonic conventiou.
Mrs. He-nry L. Elliott and children,
>f Coininbia, are bere on a visit to
dra.1T. C. Elliott. Tney will remain.
intil after Christmas.
Lieut. R. N. McMaster is at homo on
.visit to his parents. He has been -in
e Philippinres for seve'ral wonthe
here hia .- --mnt was 'tationed.
. - Fifty Years.
Mis, '. umLW's SOOTHING SYRUP
ian beeni ued for over fifty years by
nillions o' mo'thers for their children
while techinrg, with perfect success.
[t soo hes the child, softens the ruins,
Is a i pain, cures wind colic, a::d
.st remedy for diarrhoea Lt
- teve the poor little sufferer
: -'l. Sold bv druggists in
part of the world. Twenty five
a bottle. Be sure and ask for
- a inslow's Soothing Syrup,"
i I ake so ether kind. 1-1-17
WILL PUT A STOP TO IT
The Southeastern Car Service Aaso
tiation, w;hich is composed of one of
he leading southern railroads, has
ssud a circular, the object of whbich.
.s to put a stop to the practice of many
nerchants who receive goods and
eave them in the freight depots for
seeks withont paying for storage.
Lhis practice has come to be a tre
ned~ous item to the railroads and
ey are going to make an effort to put
Stop to it.
The dircular which the association
as s insed is as follows:
"All package freight not removed
e owlers from the custody of tbe
-ail way company within forty-eight
iours, tot including Sundays or legal
olida s com puted from 10 o'clock
r. mn. (if the cday. following date .f
ioiice of arrirat shali the-reafter be
ubject to a charge for storage each
ji or fraction of a das that such con
tignmnts may remain in cu-tody ot
he rai.way company, of one cent per
100 pounds per day, with minimum
targe of 5centse for any one package
>r iot fr one co)nsigniee, but not more
han $1 per-dav for any one consign
nent not in exce's of a car loar'."
These regulations wil! go into effect
n January 1, 1901, and is of 'pecial
nterest to merchante.
Iis always caused by
bad blood. Remove the
cause! ~Improve your
blood. How? By tak
ing the blood purifier
that has stood the test
fo thirty years
It~ has thousands of I
happy friends. Quart I
9 Bottles sell every
9 where aL 51. CMAN"
"THE MICHIC..N DRUO COMPNY."J
Lie Famos crLi Pills.
JonH catr&Co., Winnsboro
.;T .Wo W orad& . RoC;
T. G. . PatriekCo, Witeard S. C
er n o.+,41r a en Whita Oak. S. C.
T WADE RAWLS DEAD
Mr. T. Wade Rawls, nf Evt Ware
ree, died at his home on Trnursda%
night. Mr. Rawls hai been in feeble
health for some time. He was a mem
ber of the Wateree Prize Club, an1
before his health failed he was among
its most active members. He was a
good farmer. At the time of his death,
be was about 67 years of age. He was
,L member of 6th S. C. Cavalry, C. S. A ,
and was a good soldier. The body
was buried on his farm on Friday.
COTTON SEED AS A MANURE
When highly fertilizing ingredients
are repeatedly abstracted from the
soil without any retu n ;he farmer
mos! know and apply tome snitable
manure or sterility will be the resulr.
For every 10,000 pounds of coiton
wool about 60 pounds of iugrejier.ts.
essential to cultivation, are substracted
from the soil.
The following analp-is of a cotton
stalk shows the really important con
,tituents to bephosphrric acid, potash,
lime and magnesia, w cotton
seed, as a manure, restores to lind tme
fullest quota known of fertility aft-r
Dr. J. Lawre-.ce Smith's anai- *"
the ashes of a healibv stalk 6 feet big h
an inch in diameter st ba-e consi:ts of
Phosphoric Acid ......... 91
. Magnesi. ...... ...... 58
Carbon-c Acid ...........270
Tce question to be asked i, whether
even '0 cent,. pays to sell this valuable
manure? while the land is being worn
out and exbausted by poor subetitute4.
Prevented a Tragedy.
Timely info. mation eiven Mr.. Geo
Long, of New Straitsville, Ohio, pre
vented a dreadful tragedy and saved
two lives. A fiightful cough had long
kept her awake every ufght. She had
tried many remedies and doctors, but
steadily grew worse until arged to try
Dr. King's New Discovery. One bot
tle wholly cured her, and she writes
this marvelous medicine also cured
Mr. Long of a severe attack of Pneu
monia. Such cures are positive proof
of the matchless merit of this grand
remedy for curing all throat, chest and
lung troubles. Only 50c and $1.00.
Every bottle guaranteed. Trial bot
ties free at McMaster Co.'s drug store.
A FLAG FOUND
A Mercenary Union Soldier Refuses to Re
The Lancaster Ledger contains a
most interesting article from the Mon
oe Enquirer, about a fag which was
given to Co. B, 26th N. C. Regiment,
by Miss Anna Cureton, now Mrs. J.
H. W. Stevens, of Lancaster. The
flag was made by Miss Cureton and
was presented on the 4th of July, 1861,
at Waxhaw. From there it was taken
to Raleigh, then to Morehead City and
then to Newbern. While the company
was at Newbern some one entered
Capt. Steele's Itent and stole the flag.
After this nothing was heard of the
fag until recently. Last September
Charles Horinng, of Iarlington, Iowa,
visited St. Louis, and whi'e there told
a reporter for the St. Louis Republic
of a flag which he had in his posses
sion and which he said he had pur
chased from a Union cavalry officer
named Burns. The officer, who is
now dead, told him that he got the
fag from a dying comrade who cap
tured it in battle. This was all that
Horning knew about the flag in his
possession. A description of the flag
was published in thej St. Louis Repub
li, and~ Mr. L. D. Richardson, who
moved from North Carolina to Green
wood, Ark., jnst after the war, saw
t e description and a cut of the flag
and wrote to the R public, Eaying that
he reedgnized the flig as being the one
presented by Miss Cureton to his old
company. lie said in this letter that
he would be too glad to have the flag
but was unable to pay anything for it,
but that if Capt. T. J. Cureton was
living he was the one to call for it, as
his sister made it. Mr. Richardsonr
also wrote to the owner of the flag
and asked for it, but Mr. Horning re
fused, saying that he had once refused
an offer of $1,000 for it, and that as he
is poor he conld niot part with it for
noting. Hie offered to give it up,
owever, if a suitable amount was
collected and sent him.
Mr. Richardson wrote to a friend in
Jackson county that Horning's state
ment that, he had been offered $1,000
for the flag, and his statement that the
flg was taken in b'.ttle are lies.
It seems a great pity that this iag
that would be so highly prized by the
survivors of this old regiment should
ba in the hands of a man who haa
o little sense of honor as the man
who now has i'.
The Lede - -ays the survivors ot
Co. B - .a be as glad to tain this
lag ,. .lrc. J Ii. W. S:t vens, nec
Curetort, as :hm'y were to receive it
from her when ibtey marced forth to
battle in rh* c .mmand of betr valiant
For Infants rud Children.
The Kind You Have Alway Boalght
algnatt~re of ,
Tbr dlebat ing socitey of otur wo
w I n.eet next Fr- dayv af c ' on at
2 .''ock. The fulonwin'g is the sni'.
jet wit h tihe debate rs, re~ov'd: l 'hat
war has been more de-trnctive to
human life timin iutouxicatin~ lignIorF."
Affi.mtrative: Mr. Lvyes Smitt, Mii-ses
1-abele Rat ant . Beauf-'rt Lylee,
L bel'e Car-tee anzd Annie Y'teborongh;
Ne~gaiwe: Messrs. Howe and ilills
Lemnkr, Mis-es Bertha Blair, Bettie
Rutan~d and Mtgie Yarborough
Ater several m-mnths absence we
are dail to l ave our schoo!-mate Mills
Li mrmon in s.chool egain.
We int.>n~d t i have an Xmas tree on
he night of December 24 h, and now
M r. Editor, itf .w wanit to see a real
Santa Clans and to have a good time,
be sure to come out.
Wehae had a delightful fall -for
Have You A
Pains Across the L
of an Unnatural 0
The most su
Complaint, one tha
This is a purell
in use that will effe
triptic acts directly <
normal healthy con
I hke been7snffert
ased from the iver and K
to lie down ezcept shoray
able and able t attend to
oumaubM as maul
May be baee by it.
Since then this gentlema
so far, and m now enti
If you have any of I
and he will advi
Of all druggists or sent om
athering the crops. Althon:h we
have not had a fall crop, the advanced
price has revived the despondency of
the farmers. But tbey very wiselv
have decided not to be deluded by the
rise in cotton and are planting largely
of wheat and oats which are looking
well. They will also plant an in
creased acreage in corn.
There have been several parties and
,a hot supper in our community re
cently whicb were greatly enjoyed by
both young and old.
Mach success to NEWs AND HERALD.
December 10: 1900. J. C. C.
40 A6m 0 W S: T.2 A.
The!Kind You Hato Always
A MITFORD MARRIAGE
On December 6th, a few frienda and
eativyes met at the pleasant heme of
r. and Mrs. W. T. \ct~rorey t , wit
ness the mai-riage of their daughter,
iss Lou, to Mr. J. F. Keller, of
reenwood, Rev. J. L Freeman off
In ~answer to the s .'t tones of the
eddiog march, Miss Mattie McCrofey
t the organ, came Master Rudolph
obley, carrying a mat af roses; Miss
athleen Mobley, strewing flowers;
Miss Qaeen.ie Mobley, bearing the
edding ring on a silver saiver-these
ittle girls taking their places on either
side of the minister. Then came Miss
isie Mc~rorey, maid of honor, carry
ng the bride's bouquet of Marshal
hel roses, followed by the bride on
he arm of her brother, Mr. J. Law
c~rorey; they were met at the chan
eel by the groom and his best man,
Mr. John McKeller.
The bride was beautifa'ly attired in
a tailor-made traveling snit of smoke
pearl gray broadcloth, with hat to
match. The ceremony was very im
pressive, congratulations hearty and
resents of a choice selection.
At one o'clock a bountiinl dinner
was served, and after a few hours of
social pleaantry the bride and groom
lft for theirinuture home, Greentaood.
accompanied by Miss Mattie McCrorey,
Mr. Law Mcrorey andfir. John Mc
eer. An elegant r eception was
rendered them at the horne ci Mr~
Mre. Keller possesses m .ny beant
ful, womanly traits of charactes and
hrisian virtnar 'hat have won friends
uf all whom she met. Mr. Keller is
very engaging in manner and is a
prosperous farmer of Greenwood.
The best wishes of the people of Asa
nd community go with the young
cuple, and in congratulating Mr. Kel
ler, we can wish him no greater success
it life than that he may be as fortu
ate in all otrher undertakingh as in the
selection of, a wite. To them we
ommend "each for the other and both
We welcome Mr. J. A. Mc~rorey
and family to Asa after an absence of
ayear at Cedar Springs. Mr. Carter,
on-in-law of Mr. Mc~rorey, has
purchased a farm in the neigbborhood
nd ill locate on it next year with his|
family.- Mr. Carter and family will|
bquite an addition to the neighbor
Mr. B. E. Kell is at the home of
Mr. Daniel Hall
i~sj. :-ul Lumnpkin has retunrned to
dx' ford after spending teveral weeks
in C'umbia and Charleston.
Dc 11, 1900 C. S. F.
:'fy the body againstdiseas
STutt's Liver Pills, an abso
ure fors ..ml:ache, dys
asour stomach, malar'.
n -w 'ation, jaundice, biliots
ssad all kindred troub!..
e Fly=Wheel of 1.iie
Tut; Your Liver Fills arr
--wheel of life. I sh:-ll evt
eful for the accident th:.
I .xhtthem to my notice.I fees
as if I had a new lease of life.
Fairleigh, Platte Cannon, Col.
Major Reed, .a Gheter, spent Fri
dy in town.
ny of These Byi
Feeling -DMzi -Nrvousnss
ins, or in the Badr-Sleepsn
>or or Scalding Urine.
n "Kidney "
essful remedy for all forms of LiveI
t has effected some remarkaIe cares,
r vegetle preparaion and the only
:tually cure Dropsy and Gravel. V
)n the Liver and Kidneys, restoring
dition and eradicating all d as
IT IS SAID AB
g for threee r f Ahe rit De
:UM .'srmath"s 1= a
Lam wars rawn romac of- Auia11,y00
at the time!I began =sngV==gn' Lithentript
Eudhi lud Iwa W" So a o, I
be asd eit bottlsof VaLNW U emN0
Of bMYnl It cmn "O U 119m ha. atigI .
i writs nmer date of Anc. 1, VWk:
ntic h" effected a permbeUt care. I ha
he above symptoms write to the Med
46 co., 45 So. Fifth Stree
sBe you by letter in regard to your esi
receipt of price to any express o1
-The small boys have begun their
Christmas celebration early, and the
popping of fire crackers is heard every,
day. The Rock Hill leraldcomp!..is
that men and boys of that town bave
abused this sport and b ve made it
such a nuisance that the town council
has been called upon to forbid the
firing of crackers within the town
limits. Our boys are usually very
careful and do not amuse themselves
throwing crackers at -horses or at peo
ple as mischief-lovers in many places
do. The large cannon crackers are
dangerous, being loaded with dyna.
mite, and it is well to be very cautions
in firing them, for very serious acci
dents have resulted from careless
handling of them.
How to Cure Croup
Mr. R. Gray, who lives near Ame
nia, Duchess county, N. Y., says:
"Chamberlain's Congh Remedy is the
beSt medicine [ have ever used. It is
a fine children's remedy for croup and
never fails to cnre." When given as
soon as the child becomes hoarse, or
even after the cronpy cough has de
veloped, it will prevent the attack.
This should be borne in mind and a
bottle of the Cough Remedy kept at
hand read y for instant use as soon a.s
these symptoms appear. For sale by
WANTED, for cash, Dogwood and
Persimmon Logs. Southern
Hardwood Company, P. 0. Box 529,
Charleston, S. 0.
r pHE POSITION OF RESIDENT
L.Special Agent of the Equitable
Life Assurance Society for Winnsboro
and vicinity is opened to a man of
good character and ability. A valua
ble contract, carrying renewals, will
be given to the rigbt man. Address,
W. J. RODDEY, Mgr., Rock Hill,
S. C. 9-13rd
EL1 'INSURANCE POLICIES
LIL.!bought for cash or loaned
T. Mi. CATHOART,
Winnsboro, 8. U.
12-18-1 Jan. 1901.
The annual stockholders meeting o
the bank of Ridgeway will be held in
the bank building 'at Ridgeway, S. C.,
on Thursday, January 3rd, at 8 p. m.
N. W. PALMER,
1218 2t Cashier.
A LL persons holding claims against
the County of Fairfield will pre
sent the same to this office on or be
fore the 1st day of January, 1991.
B. G. TENNANT,
12-td Count y Sup,-rvisor.
All perrons indebted to the estate of
Rev. E. D. Per ry, deceased, are here
by notified that payment must be mnade
to the undersigned, anid persons hold
ing claims against said deceased must
pr.'ent them duly attested to the urn
uigned for payment.
T. W. BEICE,
All persons holding ceisn: againtat
he esiate of 'I hop. P'. ).titchelt, de
eesed, will prest the sane duly
verified to A. s. & W. D. l).uglas,
Attorneys, Witndbo:o. S C , and all
persons iadek' d t' ..aid estate will
make payment i.:she Iundetr-e.tMt.
11 27-3 A dtnd:.t rator.
Just Received Direct from
England a complete
Au extra supply of (iLASS WARE
has also been added to tis depart
ment, together with a nice ..eection of
Blue and White Eniameled Ware.
We cordiafl extend an inspection
of these goods tos every one. No
trouble to show them or qu: te prices.
J. \Af SErIGLER=":
r~ -. c
them to their
OUT IT I
DIUe. iwas unaM
a sompoOr saft
we bad no return
Ieal Director of
The well Imown
Chester, S. C
F riday, Nov.3
and~display his elegant line o
at obear Drug Co.'s store.
One Day Only
This is his last visit leef ore
Mr. Brandt will be atRdg
way en SATURDAY, N0
VEMBER 8th. *
Are. close on us, and'we
the heaviest stock of .FINE OO
RES ever brought to Winnsboro.
hustling means anything wre will
duce this stock in the next two
POUNDS of the
Chocolates and Bon
in bulk. --
remoe beautbif than e
simply works of art --
Y a jar of Impeited G
n~;eapple or Peach
~ICKLES and condiments ini eni~
WON Meat in bulk and pa*k
LL kinds of Fruits and Cma.a
~ R Cranberries and Cei ll
We want your trade. Wework~
for your trade We appreciate yoar -
F. M. HABENIC HT
Dealer in Fine Groceri,-.
All goods delivered., 'Phone 25.
LJ -See our list of
SPlaques and Medalin.
l)Photo Frames and
TaSets (all pic)
Cups and Sue~
SBirds of Paradtse.
* Toys too numri
Don't forget ?he~
Yoursifor a Merry Xma