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WVTNNSBORC. S. C,
Tues:lay, February 27, 1900
We are pained :o chronaicle the . e
cent de of Mrs. .arah G!add.e"
coccurred on 'h1 20th inst.
had been seriondy~'ii! 'for three 'r
fcur weCks with la gtippe. She waR is
the sixty-sixth y ear ..f her age. S1
was a, consistent uu,nber of rea::
Creek Baptist ccn. ch. cve fo!low .
in the fooitsteps of our.b!e-sed Sari.a
Her quiet, unassum;ng aid aff ct;o7.
disposition endeared E;er o all of
rei3tivei and acq=ainta.ucex. A- i
looked for.the las time upon t;
countenance from which for t
- time ix so many year: noainlcn of
i ecognition ;nor w'ird of v i.
come came, memoric f the p it c.smn
trot'-ing torough my miid of the tit:
sCho- I atten ed at Beaver tekLh
church, near her resileice. Ttae
writur would htry f;-om school to
Ai ncaSr.h's to receive a kindly gi et
ing. Tnos days will ever be indeli;tl
associated in my mind. Who wouild
not be riiling to Lvc life over apiu
and e,-j 3y such pleasure s? Sixty y ar:
ago cue loved one was a little roe. t:y
ing ar-und this the house in which ao,e
was raised just as my little nieces ofte'
do. I often look at tttem and meditktP
iat a woer}ial change fifty or ixty
year will bring about. Mr. EdiLr,
in that time you and I and many otber=
who are now fast approaching the mt=ile
post that marks ha:f war on iii'r
jonr;:y will have passed away And
othernwill take our places. The re
maina of our deceased relative were
bren,ht back to her father's old bome
wher' the funeral services were very
appr'priately conducted by the Rev.
P. E. Ineraham, after which her re
niina were interred in the family
burial ground, in the field over which
she ad otenrambled in childhoodi.
If each one for whom she did somire
Otj9 ut pezqjse words of kinid
aS2ns e.oaL fl. ower upon her
. segored pettmo.might beneath
as gone fromr
II miss her v?yV
rit hjida oct:
Farmers have ben unable to make
but very :ittle proparations towards
another crop as yet, owing to the in
cessant rains. Very little ploughing
has been done, and in some placea
none at all
The grai:, crop has been tried very
severely by :he cold, freezing weatber
of the past month or so. Some think
that the ground freezing and thawing
so constantly has baen the princip:i
cause of the hurt the grain has re
There will be about the same acreage
of cotton planted tiia ear as last.
Seems that a vary large amonut of
fertilizers will be used again tcis year,
despite the rise in price, from the
way it is being hauled out from ihe
railroad. We believe fertilizin r is
very helpful to all crops, but more
could be made at home, as well as a
great many other things we do
not make thele that we should- Farm
ers, or most of them, have lots of
hard lessons to learn about their :>wn
farm!, but t;ie most essential is scon
A smalil ero-d of youngyo) r.
Joyed a very pleasant occasion at Mr.
M. L. Coopsdroij the night of the 20th
inst. Te evening was very pleasant
;g spent by all and many were the
pieasant thoughts implanted in each
mind as a reminder of another pleas
ant social event..
Several suppers have been given for
the beuelt of Zion M. B. Church; in
each was realized a handsome sum.
The church has been recently plas
tered and remodeled inside very sub
Messrs. M L. Cooper and E. A.
Davis are oft on a hun;ing trip in
Mrs. Virginia Hogan Is spending
some time with her relatives in Gree
-tyvlle, S C.
Muisa Kate Brown returned to Sum
ter several weeks ago.
Miss Mittie Alien is visiting rela
tives in Sumter.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Allern, of Salis
bu:ry, N. C., spent several days at
their parents' hme not long since.
Miss Minnie Wessinger, an accom
plished ycnsg lady of Newberrv, is
visiting at Mr. J. F. Erown's.
Mr. Tbomas Allen is home again.
Feb. 24, 190S Dixie.
MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR
A Pleasant Lemon Tonto
prepared from the fresh juice of Lem
ones, combined with other vegetable
livier toaics, cathartics, aromatic stim
n!uanta. Sold by druggist. 50c and
I 1 00 bottles.
jijFor bilionsuess and constipation
For indigestion and foul stomach.
For sick and nervous headaches.
.For palpitation and heart failue take
-in theStanr.? and B of
nss andRest.Contaiis neitir
Opaiorp1n1tl 9orr neraL.
- ac -
Apc:fectkemedy for Constipa
ness a'ndLOSS OF SLEEP.
Fac Simile Signature of
EXACT CoPYuF MWRAPP.R,
Did you ever try to dodge th
rain-drops ? Did i-ct succeV
very weli, did you ? It's jus
as useless to try to escape fro
the germs of consumption. Yoi
can't do it. They are about u
on every hand and we are con
tantly taking them into ou
Then why don't we all hav,
his disease ? Simply becausi
hese germs cannot gain a foot,
ih B s thJo d
tsaf Ariv is RaLeL: zrdito
Pride and Delight by AIL
The arrival of the first baby in the'
household is the happiest and most im
portant event of married life. The young
wife who is to become amotherdelights
to think of the happiness in store for her
1 when the little one shallnestle upon her
i breast and latterly she shall hear it lisp
the sweet and holy name, "ncther."
But her hap anticipation quickly van
ishes when s realizes the tezrib?e pain
and thein thro hapns wich at rherms
s whte bi litt e one ihl esl pnhe
Sbeas word lAttnl sh e lfearitls
daeshn s t 'elie the o~rd) pi
C1ilotte Coiccial Coe1[,
Charlotte, N. C., eatablished n-1891,
Rome Bl1le,s Cgllege,
Ro,:me, Ga., test-hblit"bed in: 1886,
now under one ir.anagement, offer,
exceptional advantages to auy one
desiring a tboron.;bly practical bui
ness education i;i the shorte!t po:ibie
The wide range t.f territory covered
by our employment agency Dtforda
exceptional chances for securing pos.i
tions. We will guarantee sona ,soi
tion if you take ouir guarantee curee.
The rooms in the schools are ar<
and convenient and well Iighted.
Young met or vouing women may
enro'iIn eitb^r ;:-hool any wee: das
during tL.e year.
If you are a stenographer, book
keeper or teacher and desiro a posi
tion, write the Piedmont Agency
Charlotte, N. C. If you are not i
stenographer or book-keeper, spend a
few months in one of these school
and get yourself in shape for earning
Shonld von desire to be an expert ii
interest, stocks, trade discount, etc.
send 25 cents in stamps or silver anc
get our Pockot Calculator-just wha
For circulars and further informs
D, M. McI VER,
I have a nice selection jus
opened for inspection from whici
to select your Christmas Presents
SLEEVE and COLLAR
and FANCY GOODS.
Also, nice presents in China
and Rogers & Bros'. Celebrated
Plated Wares, as cheap and relia.
ble as they can be bought any.
Call soon and make your selec.
'lhe Easy Running
The most modern "Sewing
Machine of the age, embrac
ing all the latest improve
ments. Unequaled for Dura
bility, Range of Work and
Dealers wanted in unoccu
pied territory. Correspon
dence solicited. Address,
J. H. DERBYSHIRE.
Central Time at Jacksonville and Savannah.
Eastern Time at Other Points.
Schedule in Effect Janpary 17th, 1900.
NORTHBOUND. jsl alo 1
Lv. Jacksonville, (Plait Sys) 8 7 4 1
" Savannah,(So. Ry.)...... 12 120a 41
'" arnwe l................. 4Up 40% 7
! " Blackville............. 417p 415a 810p
" Springield........... , 4 8......
" Saly.....................44a4 44ra1.
" Perry.......... ..... . . 455..
Ar. Columbia....... .....,.5Gp 600a 9
Lv. Charleston,(So. R'y.)... .Ui 3 11
" Sammervilte.............. 741 1200 55p
" Branchville............... 8'5 135a 72p
Orangebitrg............... 92a 259a 7 .
I" Kin-gviille.................. 10 15a 4 3Ca 845p
Ar. Coumbia . . .11 6 A 9p
Lv. Augusta,sSo. 1%y. ).... 93p...
" Gramiteville ......8 15p...
" Aiken ............ 8 .......
"Treniton...............4 00p ......
"Johnston............. 411 .....
" hete .............71 810a 2
"Rockill .... ........ 8 47a p
IAr. Danvie............. 3
A.Richmond . ...... 0 .
IBalni orEIJ 12.1a
To RAIsz SUPPLIES FOR THE MUNM
PAL YEAR COMXENCIXG APRIL
1, 1899, AND ENDIre
APRIL 1, 1900.
Be it enae:ed and. ordained by the
Intendant and Wardens of the t1wn at
Winnsboro i:i Council met, That for
the purpose of raising supplies tor the
i ear commencing Afpril 1, 189k, and
et:ding April 1, 1900, a tax for the
61n0s and in the manner hereinafter
.:enim-ed st;ab! be raised and paid
into the sreaear} of said town for the
ase and service thereof. That is to
Five mihls ad valorem upon every
d--ilar .f the value of al] real and per
sona: pr. perty within the corporate
limits at the town of Winnsboro.
Two d" ilars to be paid by every
ma:e inhabitant of the town of Wiaas.
b:tro between the ages of eighteen (11)
and fifty (5) years in lieu of working
on the streets of said town.
All taxes assessed and payable adir
this Ordinance shall be paid in the
following named kinds of funds and
no of aer: Gold and silver coin, Uni
ted States currency and national bank
All taxes herein. assessed shall be
due and payable between the 15th day
of November instant and the let day
of January,. 1900, and all taxes re
maining urpaid on the 1st day of Jan
nary, 1900, shall be collected by die
tress or otherwise now provided by
law, together with-alllegai costs.
Done in Conncil this the second day
of November, Anao Domiai
one thousand eight hundred
(L. s.) and ninety-nine, under the
corporate seal of the said
JAS. Z. COAX,
At :e- t : Intendant,
Jo. J. NsIL, Clerk of Council.