Thrtsy, Arek 15 - -
As the candidates are beginning to
aunounce themselve., -it may be ;f
some service to giv - a brief outliu -f
& part of the e >iktc, k of the De -. >
cratic party. Ser-rA jtbscribera be a
Art. I provides f.r the organiza -nn
of one or m-ra De n-cr tle club- i n
each township or w ird The ofie
of a club are pre-idunt. one or r, e
vice-presidents, a rec >rding ar- a
corresponding seccettry mud a -!
arer, and the foll->ving workiug c u
mittees, of not less then three imi -
bors each: A committe> on regi- 7
tion, an executive committee -.!d
other committees as tas club may
Art. It requires the clubs to meet u
t' e fourth Saturday in April and -!
county convention on the first ki -.
day in May.
Art. III authorizes the presider ->r
ive members to call an extia Mee -g
of the club.
Under the 12th Art. eacb club: ii
entitled to elect a member of te
coanty executive committee. 'e
chairman of this 'co7mtirtce 1i 1tce d
'-yv-the county cenvenwion.
Under Art. V each club is xil"n A
to e!et one delegate to the con:
convention for every twenty-five m +
bors, and oe delegte for a msi>. L
Under Art. V1 all caudidates, x
cept for megistrates and masters r
supervisors of registration, must g.
into the primary. The club rolls sol]
constitute the registry list, and tic
person shall be allo
is name be
e1M Ayebefore the first electi
Esch club mast have a separate
ing plsce. Candidates should e
thefislowing: 'That no vote sha: :,
conted for any candidate who ( -a
notdie with the chairmauof thsb &
~ . exeeutivecommittee, or with the -
spective eksirmanof the county ox -
tleneommnittees a pledge in writ - g
that he will abide the resalt of r b
rrimary and support 'the nomi:s
thereoft,and that he is not nor will i
somethe~caa * of any fact:.
didate we t is an amendm :t
made in 1898, and we merely cil -
tention to it that it may not be omni; d1
and the risk incarred of having 's.
votes uncounted thro.ugh defect in .
form of the pledge.
Thn adulteration 01 food prodne 5.
it is now hoped, will receive the
tention of the United Sates Sen e
though we have little hope of a:
thing very good coming out of x
body as nowonstituted, but the A.e
cussion will at least enlighten ie
people. The commines, appointe o
investigate the. extert to which i- i
products are adulte'sted. Snds
adulteration is practiceal to a rv
alarming extent, the ingrediients notA
often being very injariuas. to a
health of the consumeru. Als
every article of food counius s'
adulteration Black pepr sold
nidealer, according to his esfessi'
contained about 60 per caut of grooi -
ccorut sbell. Tha' ah lteraars -
used in sugar, four, and al ii g.
rally known. Realis we --:' -t ko
- what we are eating when ite buy
our feod piroducte. The only a'
way at present is to raise supplie~
*Tax course of same indignant
publican Senators umy serve to smood a
over the blunder ef the Republic-.
in the House in the matter of the Pa >
- Rican tarif bill. Some of the Rsp
licans in the Seniate are, revolt
against the adiministration. Oneo f
the leaders is Senaor Davis, of M! -:
nesota, chairman of the committee
foreign affairs, aid quite a number .
others will refuse to be whipped iin
line. Senator Foralker, of Ohio, he
L shown considerable teroper, and
Republican celleagues Ehad to use c
siderable effort to hold him in tra'o
The truth is that the Republicans I
the Senate have seen and are feelb:
the iodignaiit resentment by the pm
ple againit the miserable admiinian
tien policy towards Porto Rico, a
they see that b continuation of it tn
result in ruin to the party. It is
ported that pressure has been brone
to bear on McKinley,-and he cd.
stand pressure-to retrace his ste -.
Mr. McKinley is [a good flopper, t
another Sop may comne at any tir:.
Fer Over Fifty Years.
.Mus. W Ixstow's5 SooTaixe SYit'
has been used for over fifty years
millions of motherst for their childre
while teething, with perfect .nece,
It soothes the child, sot tens the~ gas.
allays all pain, cures wind colic, a
is the best. remedy for diarrhoea
will relieve the poor little suffer
immediatels. Sold bv druggists
every part of the world. Tweaty fir
cents a bottle.- Be sure and ask :
., "Mrs. Winslow'a Soothing Syrn;
4 wxeua of complaints have come
to us from subscribers in the county
that they do not receive their papers
as soon as they should. The Back
head psckage a few days ago did not
reach Its destination at all. We have
heard that papers sometimes take two
or three days to reach Nelson's. Nel
son's is on1ly six miles from Winns
boro right on the railroad, and there
Is no excuse for this. We can only
say to our subscribers that the fault
is not .in this ofce, and that other
newspapers are reporting the same
troub:e. We hope that all complaints
of this kind will be reported ta as to
that we may have some record of it
and point it ont spscifically to the
TheIr Thirteenth Quarrel.
They had been married fully three
months and were having their tbi.
teenth quarrel-thirteen being an in
"You only married me for tny
money ," he said.
"I didn't do anything of the kind,"
she ret eted.
" Well, you didn't marry me because
you loved me."
"I know I didn't."
I "In heavens name, then, what did
you marry me for?"
"Just to make that hateful Kate
Scott you were engaged to cry her
ey es out because she had to give you
up to another."
"Great Cssiar! Woman!" he splat
tared, "what have you done? Why, I
married you just because Kate Scott
throw me over"
Beat. The Kind I YNaw Bsgt
The Mind Be Wanted.
An enterprising Liverpool tailor
has never been known to acknowledge
that he didn't have anything a possible
cuetomer might ask for.
O.:e day a customer entered the
shop and asked if he had any trousers
made especially for onelegged men.
"Certainly," replied the merchant.
"What kind do you want?"
"Dress trousers," said the man.
"The best you've got."
Harrying into the rear of the store,
the enterprising marchant snatehed up
I a pair of trousers and snipped of the
right leg with e pair of scissors. Has.
tily turning noder the edges, he pre
seated the 4o the customer.
"TkaOi the kind I want. What's
e Guinea. "
"Well, give me a pair with the left
Story of a s1.ve.
To be bound hand and foot for years
by the chains of disease is tha worst
form of slavery. George D. Williams,
of Manchester, Mich., tells how such a
slave was made free. He says: "My
wife has been so helpless for five years
that she could not turn over in bed
alone. After using two bottles of E!eo
tric Bitters, she is wonderfully 'm
proved and able to do her own work."
F'his eu re e emedy for female dis
ea ervousness, sleep
1, headache, back
liie, 'nting *y spells. This
miracle working medic is a godsend
to weak., sickly, rundow onle.
Every bottle guaranteed. Only
Cents. Sold by McMaster Co., drug
The Test of LOe.
"Tom, you ask me to be vour wife
--tr give you my heart, my all. Thizik
wedl of what you say, and then te:!
me if von will grant me one small
"Any hinig you ask. my love."
"Theni promise me that you wlin
never smekes another cigar as long as
"I promise, dear."
"And doesn4L it cost yen a pang?'
"Not a pang. i'd rather smoke a
pipe any day."-Collier's Weekly.
MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR
A Pleasant Lemon Tomie
For niliousness, constipation and ap
For indigestion, sict and nervous
For sleepleusness, nervousness and
For fever, chills, debility and kidney
linesses, take Lemon Elx.
Ladies, for natural and thorough
organic regulation, take Lemon Elixir.
Dr. Mozeley's Lemon Elixir is pro
pared from the fresh juice of Lemons,
combined with other vegetable liver
tonics, and will not fail you in any of
the above named diseases. 60c and
$1.00 bottles at all druggists.
Prepared by Dr. H. Mosley, Atlanta,
Ai the Iapite3.
I aim in my seventy-third year, and
for Ifty years I have been a get
suferer from indigestion, sonstipation
and biliousness. I have tried al the
remedies advertised for these diseases,
and got no permanent relief. About
one year ago, the disease assuming a
more severe and dangerous form, I
became very weak, and lost lesh rap
idly. I commenced using Dr. Mezley's
Lemon Elixir. I gained twelve pounds
in three months. My strength and
health, my appetite and my indigestion
were perfectly restored, and now I
feel as young and as vigorous as 1
ever did in my life. L. J. ALLDRED,
Doorkoepor Ga. State Senate,
state Capitol, Atlanta, Ga.
Mesley's Lien Eliki
is the very best medicine I ever used
for the diseases you recommend it for,
and I have used many kinds for wo
is. 8. A. GREsnAM,
Salem, N. C.
X@*LUra LM@mon NoT DRoFs.
Cures all Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness,
Sore Throat, Bronchitid, Hemorrhage,
1and al3 throat and lung diseases. Ele
gant, reliable. 25k at druggists. Pre
oared only by Dr. H. lMoz!ey, Atlanta,
PRESTON -RIO N, Agent
PA~'Il 1'IILINSIIACE CIPAI
er iEW YQR,
Solicite a skare of the p-ablic patron
The Kind You Have Always B
in use for over S0 years. has
All Counterfeits, Imitations an
periments that trifle with an
Infants and Children-Experie
What is C?
Castoria is a substitute for Cas
and Soothing Syrups. It is Ht
contains neither Opium, Mori
substance. Its ago is its guarf
and allays Feverishness. It ct
Colic. It relieves Teething Tr
and Flatuleucy. It assimilate:
Stomach and Bowels, giving 1
The Children's Panacea-The
Bears the Si4
The Kd You HaR
in Use For Ove
IC EITAUR COMPANY. TT MUSRR
1 hertby announce myself a candi
date for the office of Sheriff for Fair.
eld County, and will abido by the
action of the Democratic primtries.
JAS. W. BOLI K.
I hercby announce myself as a candi
date for Clerk of Court, subject tt the
action of the Democratic primaries.
JNO. R. CRAIG.
I b.reby anuource myself a candidate
r the office of Clerk of Court for Fair
field County, subject to the action of the
Democratic prmanes R. V. BRAY.
U NCLOSE STA M P
M auWWEWL YIUJZI for Particulars.
Will straighien curly and
kiniky lair without injury
to the scalp or hair.
rice 50 Centsiper Box.
adcorsed by the United States Health
SOLE MAN UFA&CTURERS,
15x12t12 5, 7. 9 and 1t. Broaduway.
eed Stationery of any kind?
We have what you
in fine Stationery of all grades,I
nd when you start out
tatinery of any kiwd come
nd 'see ours before buying.
nd when you start to write
to distant 'friends or relatives
e can show something that
ou need in Pins, Ink, Pen- I
cils, etc. -
Don't ferget us when you|
are in need
. H. McMaster~
OF THE LADIES
IS CALLED TO 4
A LINE OF
I HAVE JUST
D~isi Pans, Ketchin Pan., D.iry ~
Pan., Pudding Pans, Jelly PansC
Wash Pans, Columbia, Scolloged at
and Plain Pie Plates, Tea, Bowl
snd Gravy Strainera, Graters, Po- a
tato Marbers, Curd Moulds, Egg -g
Whips, Teasters, Stove -Ketiles e
Dish Kettles, Tea, Table and Bast- C
ing Spoons, Colanders, C 6 ff e e p
tands, Bisenit Cutters, hc , &'e. o
. W, SEIGLER
who are interested in high prices for i
tan next fall can hear of something
to their advantage by sending a post al -
card at once to
THE ADA MS COT1'ON COMPANY,
Obarleston, S. C.a
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
(TUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COUia t COMMON PLEAS.
Annie L. Williams vs. Elias L. Freshley.
IN pursuance of an order of the Court of
Comnon Pleas, made in the above
stated case, I will offer for sale, before the
Court House door in Winnsboro, S. C., on
FIRSr MONDAY IN APRIL
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
public outcry, to the highest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
All that plantation or parcel of land in
Fairfield County, containing
ONE HUNDRED ACRES,
more or less, known as the Home place
this being the portion of said Elias L.
Freshley of the real estate of J. C. Fresh
ley, deceased; bounded as follows: On
the north by the public road leading fron
Columbia to Monticello; on the eat by
lands o[ E. L. Freshley: on the sonth by
lands of Mrs. A. M. Kestler, and on th'
west by lands of Mrs. A. M. Kest er, sitn
ated on waters of Broad River, in Town,
ship 11, and being the same premises con
veyed to said Elias L. Freshlev, N. E. Ful
mer and A. M. Restler by died dated Feb
raaIy 15, 1895, and recorded in Book A. P.
page 319, in Clerk's office, Fairfield ccunty,
TERMS OF SAL".
One-half of the purchase money to be
paid in cash on the day off ale, the bai
ance in twelve m. nths thex eafter to be
secured by the bond of the purebater and
a mortgage of the premises. The pur
chaser to pay for all necessary papers and
for reeording the same, and for all neces
sary revenue stamps.R. I. JENNINGS.
Clerk's Office, C. C. C. P. F. C,
Winusboro, S..C., March 10th, 1900.
*** Attention !
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
OUR StOCK OF HEAVY GKO
ceries is now complete.
We cater specially for the farmers'
trade. We know what they need, and
are prepared to set ve them and vt bot
tom prices. .
We also carryv a nice line of shelf
and eve:ything usually found in a
W"Goods delivered to our city trade.
Conle and see us.
W. R. RABB & CO
"Sing their own praise."
If you reckon the endless joy and
permanen*.valne you will get one of
bkoe celebi- et~ iTnj E "FVC
They are made with all ihat skill which
only years of constanit arnd caretal at
tention to every de'tail of.their con
struction can comima-.d.
Tbersfore we won't burden you:
with an unnecessarily BfG PRICE.
Convenient terms. FINE TUNING
Chas. M. Stieff,
Factory Branch Ware-Room, No. 213
Forth Tryon St., Charlotte, N. C.
C. H. WILMOTII, Manager.
A NICE LOT OF HlQISES AND
MULES, a fe w good Mares, a fine
Cointination H',rse. arid a few
Ping Horses. Mr mules
are finer th-in I have
I wili sell the above stock cheap to~
cash, or on~ time for good bankable
I will pay the highest cash price for all
classes of cattle, fat or poor.
I have a few nice BUG GIES that I
wil se.l cheap for cash.
I have employed Mr. A rthur Owens
for the present y ear. lHe will be glad
to have his friends c-ill on him and do
W insbore', 8. C.
and we will**
M. W1 DOTY & CO.
gh., and whih' -~
borue the sign
een made under h
ervision since its inn
me to deceive yui:
I Substitutes are b
I endanger the hen1
nce against Experbn.
ST 1OR IAPl
or O1i, Paregoric, Dro e
rmless and Pleasant. t
hine nor other Narev-.
tee. It destroys Wo -
res Diarrhoea and Wir-*'
ubles, cures Constipati.
the Food, regalates :
ealthy and natural slc.:
R APUS .E
r 30 Years.
I saeCr, NEW VoRK CM.
Ask your physician thi gus- I
tion, "What is the one reat
remedy for consumptc ?" -
le will answer, "Co-'" l
oil." Nine out of tE :
answer thie same way.
Yet whin persons Mye
consumption they lca:' :, I
atty foods, yet fat is s
sary for thei' recover :
they cannot take plain od- I
liver oil. The plain c dis
turbs the stomach and 'es
away the appetite. Th. dis
areeable. fishy odor and i
taste m e it almost L.enf
durabi ~.What isftoyedca1?
v~eed henwe first mrade
of Cod-Liver-Oil with lype I
phosphites. Although that
was nearly twenty-five years!e
ago, yet it stands alonz to- |
day the one great remedy 5
for L. c::tions of the f: -roat |
The bad'faste and odor have ':*en I
taken away, the oil itseli ha km
paty digested, and the me: -I
sitive stomach objects to iS tr -
Not one idten can take and -t i
the plain oil. Nine cut o. .
take SCOTT'S EMULSiO~
gest it. That's why it C. . .
many cases of early co .t.
Even in advanced cases .
comfort and greatly proilon
. oc. and $.co, all druggists.
sCOT & BOwNE, Chemists, N.
ut in Kan;s
lives a happy wife. She v:r es: "I
ve used Mother's Pri-o- before
ro confinements. Th~e last ti. I had
rins, and was in labor only a s.w main
es. Suffered very little." The reason
does expectant mothers so much
od is because it is an external inhument,
be applied upon the outside.x where
iuch of te strain comes. It .:'.ps be
suse the pores of the skin readiD absorb
and it comes into direct coni.ct with
d is absorbed by the parts ire~olved.
Lorning sickness is quickly banished,
d nervousness is kept completely away.
he sense of dread and forebodir: is not
perienced, even during laba: itself.
:mfnement is short and almoslt ihout
sin. Recovery is quick and sur. Best
all, Mother's Friend benent~s the
ciborn just as much as the e:-.pectant
tother,-and when the little one comnes it
'be strong, lusty and healthy.
)rugsts sell Mother's Friend for Si ebottle.
Send ror oua- free book on the sue oct,
lIE BRADFIELD.REGULATOR~ CO.
The One Day Cold Cure.
Kermott's Chocolates Laxative Qinine for
id in the head and sore throat. Childrn take
em like candy.
Dentral Time at Jacksonville nd Savannah.
Eastern Time at Other Points.
Schedule In Effect February 2?th, 19Q
Lv. Jacksonville (P. ..... 00 12 lop
" Savnnah(So. By.) ...... 1215 12 4100
"0 Barawen ........... ...... 402 4 759
as Backville.........- --.... 417p 416a 810p
" Springfield......... ...... 4 4) 438a ......
" rSaly..................... ...... 4 4
P ry .. ...... . .:. . 455a::.. .
v. Charleston,(So. Ry. 700a 5
Summerville 7 41a 1200at
Branchville........ 855a 1a 7
OrangebuL ...... 9 28a 2 78p
" u Ei .v1 ........... ...... 101 400 8 W
Ar. Columbia .... a ...-1 9 -
Lv. Augusta,So. R.) *2 On W 980p ......
Graniteville ...... 2 48 105p ......
" Aiken,............. ...... 3 ...... ......
" Trenton........ 500a 4 11 ......
" Johnston......... 520a 41 11 .....
Ar. Columbia,(U. D.).. .. 5 21 ...--.
6' Wo ro .... ...7
" Chester ...... .. -...- 75 847
" okHill .... .*.. .......8847a nl
At. Chrlotte ........ . 91_o 940
Aif vine 0............ .. 12pa._.
hmond .......... 30 625.P
Ba1oe (Pa.RR) ....12 1 112b
SPhiladelphia. ..... ...... 1185a 2 1
" Ne~w York ......... ....... 209 ,18
Lv. Columbia.......... .....1 7
Ar. Spartanbrg....... 11
Asheville ......... ..... 7 2 ......
Ar. Knoxviiie.......... . ..5.
SOUTHBOUND. oxd Day
Lv. Cincinnati....... ---
L.K o ......... 8
" Spartanburg.... ...... 11 -----..
Ar. hIabeia... ...
S Baltimore ....... ....
Bcal orte ........... ...
Lv. Wachig'o.d 9
"v R ck i .......... ...... .
Lv. Charlotte .......... ......
"oo inor.......... ...... 1
Ar. Columbia, (Bldg St 680p .
Lv. Columbia,(U. D... ..... ------
" Johasto'n........... 10f0 1 -
Trenton.......i 6 .
Ar. Aken ................. 7 .
"Grabiteville.... 7i ---
"Auguste........... . * L 66A2 ::
Lv. Columbia(d. A.... IM
" Kingvine......... A
Ar. Charleston......... ..... 8 0
Lv. Columbia(So. Ry.) .~~.. ~ -25a
Ar. Perry.............. ...... .--. .-. ----+
hi......... 40rs...... 3
" Spr ......, ........ ...... -1 7 ....
Blc -il ........ .....II~
Barnwell ............ .... g 8
"Savannhh .......... .. 8 ,1
Ar.cksonville(P.S.)... 7P. 0
*Tan 48 and 44 (mixed exep sunda7Y
arrive and depart from Hamburg.*
Sleeping Car Se-vice.
Excellent er service between
Florida and TA
Nos. S nd York and Florida Lim
ited. Dally ekcept Sunday, comwd slhl
sively f PiUro~n fineu Dngg in~'.~
ie 1mp ent anOb*
tween York, Columbia t e.
Nos. 33 and 34-New York and Ex
press. Drawingroom sleeping cars tween.
Augusta and New York.
tween Port Tm am eksonvifeSavln,
Washington an 'wYork.
Richmond. ling eats between Ohdriotte
Nos. 35 and 8-U. S. Fast Mail. Tr
"tweTaesonv~'0a d NewYork andE
man sleepingecars between AugSJa~
lotte' Dng cars serve all me~~j
FRANKS. GitON, J.MK~~.
Washington, D. C. Wsh
W. A.TTSK, S.H
I have a nice selection just
opened for inspection from which
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 rel'as
le as they can be bought any
Call soon and make your selec
C. M. ChancIler.
Digests what you eat.
It artiicially digests thefood andaids
Nature In strengthening and'reces,
stucting the exhausted digestive e
gans. It ithe latest disc lqt
r.'i and tonic. Ne oth
'a.approach it in e . Ei In
stantly relieves and permanecdiyuares
Dy~pepia, Indigestion, Htbru.f#
Ffatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausa
all etherresultsof imperfect
Prepared by E. C. DeWitt a Ce..
WinnsbeE, S. C.
Notice to Voters
Tae Bo.k' of Registration: f"r the
lex: MJus.ipal Election, to be h 11 on
April 2th nes for Inten (an' amai four
Wardens for the town of Winnsboro,
S. ., will be open for the registering
of voter' at the store of Jo'-n M.
Sminjih -. Januiary 1, 1900, and closed
A pril 1, 1900 All voters int this elec
tion are r. qa!!ed to reg i-ter n ithin
J. E COAN,
W. M. CATHICART,
Supervisor of Registration
Tri-Weekl,8a Yr ins Ti
Weekly, $1.50 a Y~wba kiM
and eyervbuag ia job h ee s
as *bcapy as say whos ai-s
GIVE USA CIIAIIK
Every ipony spe@*
eon. is kept at kem
The Easy Running
The most modern Sewing
Machine ot 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. J. DERBY8S[IRE
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved Farms secured by ?r4t
mortgages. . It.-r*kt S per .cent. rza
sms teot ie-a thean $100, 3 to S years.,
No c .mmi ssiew h. Borrower pays uo
A. S. k W. D. DOU@LA~s.
. Wirnuabore. S. U
er JOHN B. PALMER h 59W,
11-46 Columbia, S. (C
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