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Thursday, March 22, - - 1900
-Mrs. V. A. Duval is quite sick at
-ae lry Von Tramp a Margue
rite in Faust at the Tbespian Ball
-Mrs. S. R. McDowell and li'tle
daughter Martha are both quite sick
at Mrs. Gerig's with grippe.
-Mr. - McBride Smith leaves in a
few days for Baltimore where he ex- "
pects to enter Johns Hopkins Hospitil
M. B. Smith, Butternut, Mich., says, -h
"JDeWitt's Little Early Risers are the
very best pills I ever used for co-e
tivenes, liver and bowel troubles."
-The books of registration for mu- he
nicipal election will close on Saturday he
March 24th. Voters must register be- ec
fore that time. ab
-The new telegraph ofce will be tei
in readiness for busiress by April lat. to,
Miss Annie Young, of North Carolina,
will be in charge. pr
-Miss -Lou Egleston has been ill th
with grippe ever since her arrival in gr
Ridgeway, consequently has not been so
able to return to her home in Barn. in
Lewis Ackerman, Goshen, Ind., Pe
says, "DeWitt's Little Early.Risers w4
always bring certain relief, cure my
headache and never gripe." They
gently cleanse and invigorates the B
bcwels and liver. ' McMaster Co.
--Miss Bertha Robinson has re
turned from the country, where she
has been spending several days, and
will begin her work to-day as assistant ]
muiner at The Caldwell Dry Goods to1
-Dr. Theodore QuattleBbana, one toi
of our-rising physicians, has decided i
to lcate in Batesharg. The death of hei
Dr. Fox of that place leaves a desirable I
practice; and we hope to see our young Wi
friend obtain a share of it. I
Rev. W. E. Sitzer, W. Caton,N. Y., Chi
writes, -I had dyspepsia over twenty I
years, and tried doctors and medicines Sta
without beneit.. I--was persuaded to
use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it
helped me from the start. I believe it dat
to be a panacea for all forms of indi- Co]
gestion." It digests what you eat.
McMaster Co. Col
-Cards are out announcing the
mrriage of Messrs. Henry, William,
and ikT. Peter Stokes. These youug las
gentlemen are relations of our towns- .
man Mr.Mtc)d ioMaster and have in
frequently visited in our midst. Con
gratulatioifs. - . wi
* -Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Mackorell ,v it
1ted~ Yorkville this wek to 'make ar
-rangements ior moving -to that place Y
at an early date. Mr. Ma'ckorell will Sca
engsge ini the brokerage and eommis- kl
sion .business there.--Lancastere~d
M~r. Earriet Evans, Hinsdale4 Il.*
.wies ,"'' never fail to -relige my
aildren from croup at one bygasing
M~ intried Cough Ona.~-I-woulda
jot feel..afe without 'if" Quickly h
ceiSoghs, c~ids gripjys and all
Afew nights ago a store at Corn,
welis was entered belonging to Mr.b
Etrong and-several articles stolen. On
- these izight a bicyole was-stolen andJW
it appears the same thief did the steal- j'
ing. After entering the store he mount- h
ed the wheel and came in the direction
.1 Winnsboro. Bloodhmanda were
put on his trail and .they tracked him S;
hi-. no -farther. The deputy sherif ofa a sWie a u oi ral.
Chester was in Winnsboro Tu~s
trying to End some trace of)~ sod
that rode that bicycle. Tb ief is mi
i d to have -been red headed and A
- red mastasche and weighed about 175 a
For over Fifty Years. thi
Mus. % mstow's Soovrme~ Srnur ne
hasbeen nsed for over Efty years by on
plbuis of mothers for their chidre;, dr
hili teething, with perfect success.
* 1o6.hes the child, softens the sams,
~y'l-pain, cnres wind colic. and no
14 the best remedy for diarrhoea. Ilt Co
relieye, the poor little safferer my
' ely. Sold by druggists ini pa
partif the world. Twent v Eve me
a bottle. Be sure and ask for all
" SWinslow's .Soothing-- Syrup." hai
ande taeno other kind.- 1-1-17 Mi
when your children are at
ched by the dreadfal'croup, you
med not despar ; Dr. Bulls.Cough.
yrup will relieve and cure them at
Ae. Yoncu awaysdepend uthis
remedy, it always burmi
Will cure Croup without fail.
loses are sman and pleasanttotake. Doctors
icomnend it. Price 25cts. At a draggists.
A SERIES OF SEEVICUS.
We will begin a series of services at
a Methodist Church next Sunday
>rning. These services will be held,
cept Sauday, at 4.30 and 7.45 p. m.
e. G. P. Watson, a former pastor
re, will arrive Monday evening to
Ip us, and will remain until the
,e of the meeting, which will be
Dut a week or ten days. We ex
id a cordial invitation to the whole
wn to attend these services.
We would greatly appreciate the
esence and help of all the pastors of
D - town, with their choirs and con
egations. We need, and will wel
me heartily, all the help we can get
working for the Master. We tolicit
i earnest prayers of all Christian
)ple for the success of the Lord's
rk. J. D. Cront.
nwas Theind.You lameys iOght
&*onxqo A"a GorNtI.r
Ir. Goo. Bisho pent Tuesday in
fr. A. F. Ruff spent Tuesday in
rs. J. B. Walker has been vi-iting
- son, Mr. A. L. Porter.
fr. C. J. Smith, of Ridgeway, spent
dnesday in Winnsboro.
Irs. T. K. Elliott returned from
trieston Wednesday evening.
Ir. W. -. Geer, representing The
te, spent Wednesday in town.
irs. Jno. W. Seigler and little
ighter, Mary, have returned from
[r. Jno. J. Neil, Jr., has gone to
unabia to stand the civil service
Ira. W. E. Aiken arrived home
;might after spending a week in
[is Marie Moore, of Ridgeway,
ved in Winbero Tuesday and is
bi her sister, Mrs. S. R. McDowell.
A Frightful Blunder
nil often cause a horrible Bn,
Id, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen'a Ar
Salve, the best in the world, will
te pes, andpromptly heal it.
Would quickly leave 'on, if, y
sed Dr. King's New Lifc Pills. 'bon.
inds of suferei-s have proved 2eir
tatchless merit for Sickand Nerotns
[eadaches. They make pure bnod
sd strongr nerves and build np.:,ar
ealth. -East to take. Try tbm.
inly"25 cents. -Money back if io
ared. 'Sold by McMaster Co , drg
Miss Amelia Lauderdale, who by
ten spending the winter in Washinmg
n, will. arrive in Winnsboro thi.
eek to spend sometime with Mrs
me. Bryson before returning to her
mc in Tennessee.
Spain's Greatest Need.
Mr. R.' P. Olivla, of Barcelona,
ain, spends his winters at Aiken,
C 'Weak nerves had caused severe
ins in the back of his bead. On
ng Electric Bitters, America's great
Blood and Nerve Remedy, all pain
n left :hin,. He says this grand
~dicine is what his country needs.
I America knows that it cnres liver
d kidney. tr'Ele, purifies the blood,
ies up the sz acb, strengthe% the
rves, puts vim, vigor and new life
o every mtzfscle, nerve and organ oYf
t body. Ift weak, tired or ailing yon
ad it. Every .bottle guaranteed,
l y 50 cents. Sold by Mc Master Co.
Win. Orr, Newark, 0, says, 'We
rer feel safe without One' Minute
ugh Cure in the houise. It saved
little boy's li'e when be bad the
sumonia; We think it is the best
dicine made." it enres coniche aind
lunr..diseases. Pleasant * to take,
mleswaud gves junimediate resulfs.
A Z ARABLU= SWEGICAL CAS3
A young man -about 23 3 ears of a
zame into Johns Hopkins Hospita
few days ago with "awful pains
his stomach." He told the doctc
that he had swallowed a number
nails, chains, knives, etc., etc.,-t
tie was a slight-of-hand man-and ti
so-me medical students in town hi
g otten hold of him while playing I
tricks and tried to prove he was a fai
and in order to-get rid of his things I
swallowed them, and having "sos
considerable pain" he came into th
hospital. The surgeons did not b
iieve all of his story -but took him
the X-ray room and saw by the X-r
lights a number of foreign -objects
his stomach. So they took him to t
operating room-made two abdomin
Incisiouis and this is what was brougi
20 pisce a small chain.
1 piece large chain.
4 watch chains.
1 brass chain.
2 pieces small witch chain.
10 horseshoe nails.
34 wire mails.
35 ordinary nails.
2 screw eyes.
7 knife blades.
I knife handle.
1 piece of tin
74 grms. broken glass.
The walls of the stomach were a
macerated. that it ook hours to g
everything out. This was four da:
ago and he is still doing well. A
the things were ;put in a pile and ph
tographed. This list is from Dr. (
who assisted Dr. R. in the operatiom
There isn't another case like it o
record, so it has been much talke
about. One of the doctors said the
found all of the show except the dog
Operations- are of such frequent o
currences here that they make littl
imprassion, but when they mak
such finds as above a sensation I
created. U. H. MeM.
Beazat Ti The K3 ON Vo Uml Aas boo~
ADVANCEXEIT 03 bCIENCE.
Eiven Uright's Disease is no Longer El
garded as Hopeless.
It you are suffering from kidney
bladder or uric acid trouble, and hav
iespaired of getting help, you shoul
ry Swamp-Boot, the groat kidno:
emedy. Every reader of Taun Jiw
an JiEALD may obtain a sample bol
:e free by mail, so you may test it to
-curself and fully realise the trnth c
tat your friends and fellow citizen
ay as regards its ..aarvelous efficac
Dr. Ki j*w3p-RooI has be
an esat e by thousands w
stand high in this community. It
not recommended for everything, h
if you have kidney, bladder or ut
acid trouble it will be- found just t.
remedy yon need. It brings back t
rosy flnsh of health anid strength;
is a purifier and rebuilder, and is
boon to the weak and ailing.
TDo be confronted suddenly with t
knowledge that Bright's disease h
hold of one was, at one time, equii
lent to hearing a death warrant real
out to-day, thanks to the discoveries
science and the researches of IL
Kilmer, no ease is entirely hopelei
Even those in advanced stages hal
been rescued and life prolonged 1
This great re.medy is purely veget
bie and contains nothing that con
harm the most delicate child. It
pleasant to take and the regular Mft
cent and one-dollar siz3s are sold t
Send your name and address to D
Kiliner k Co., Binghamton, N. I
anud a sample bottle and a book tellir
aslout Swamp-Root and its wonde
tial cures will be sent to you free.
Ed win P. Wolfe, Irst lieutenan t at
a-istant surgeon U. S. 1., is in tow
on leave of absence from his prese1
pos at Puerto Princip~e, Cuba.
Cerih 4.A. HauMA ..y~oi
Beme. idnUSHm 80
Mrs. Calvin Zim~mermnan, Milesbur
Pa., says, "A. a. speedy cure fc
cughs, cold'. uroup anid sore throt
Onhe Minnt e Congh Cure is unequalet
Itis pleasant for ehlldren tpo take.
heartly recommend it to mothers."
is t'oe only harmless remedy that pr<
ancesj~ immediate results. It curt
rycitis, pneumonia, grippe an
:ar-ait and lunn disases. 'It will prt
o:m consumption. Mc~iaster Co..
er Infate and CThikkren.
Te KIIf Ys Nans Always hugh
B eers the
-FOR SHERIFI' '
I be-eby announce myself a candi
date ftr the office of Sheriff for Fair
ield Clunty, and will abide by th
acton o' the Democratic primaries.
JAS.' W. BOLICK.
I hereby announce myself as a cand;
:ate for Clerk of Court; subject to' th
action of the Itemograti primaries.
JNOD. R. CRAIG.
I h..reby annuourtce myself a c andidat
for ftbe office of Clerk of Court for Faji
ield County, subject to thie action of tth
Democratic primanies.A. -YBR .
1 hereby announce myself a candidat
for the offce~ of County Supervisor fc
T'airfield County. subject .to the action c
he Demoeratic primarnes.
A. D. HOOD.
Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
g and Don't Know ii.
a 3How To Find Out.
n Fill a bottle or common. glais with your
water-and et it stand twenty-fours hours; a
of, sedimeat or set
tling indicates an
at - unhealthy condi
at tiou of the kid-.
neys; if it stains
d your linen it is
is - evidence of kid
ney, trouble: too;
-' frequent desire to
pass it or pain in
" i - the back is also
e convincing proof that the kidneys and blad
der are out of order.
What to Do.
to There Is comfort in the knowledge so
y often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfilli every
wish in curing -rheumatism,. pain in the
Is back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
al of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability
to hold water and scalding pain in passing
it, or bad effects foowing use of liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many 'times
during the night. The mild and the extra
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon
realized. It stands the highest for its won
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should have the
best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$1. sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of this
and a book that tells
more about it, both sent
absolutely free by mail,
address Dr. Kilmer & some of
Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writ
tion readingthis generous offer in. r.
PRESTON RION, ent
pICTpiC FIRE INSUIANCE COMPANY
s Solicits a [soare of the public pAtron
f. We are sole agents in Winns
boro for Heinz's goods.
e When. you need Pickles,
ask .for Heiz's, they
are the best,
Heinz's Dill Pickles are
Heinz's Sweet 7and Sour
Heinz's Cucumbers in bulk.
Heinz's India Radish.
Heinz's Celery Sauce.
Heinz's Tomato Catsup.
. Heinz's n bulk.
in fNe Stationery of anylgrads
of and hen whart out
.tationery of a ll kindeom
SAnd when you start orte
a todistntfriends or relatives
we can show somethirig that,
you need in Pens, Ink, Pen
Don't forget us when you
are in need
~J. H. McMaster
[t I rtggists.
NOW 13 THE TIME TO ]BUT
OUR STOCK OF HEAVY GRO
ceries is new complete.
We cater specially for the Aarmuers'
trade. ,We know what they need, and
are prepared to sez ve them and a. bot
We. also carry a nide line of eef
- SHOES, 'HATS,
-and everything usually found in a
- FGoods delivered'to our city-* rade.
Comneand see us.
W. R. RABB & Co
who are interested in high oricee 1'or
cotton nonL fall can hear of aomiething'
B to their advantage by sending a psta
r card at once to
fT HE ADAMS COTTON COYMPIA NY.
Charleston, - a
*ET AN ERSTR
On Your Spring Shopping
,.We ap Ieady to Help you by
showir)g sprlirq oods.
A beautiful line of White Goods in Plain Lawns,
Checked Muslin and Pique. Some of these goods
were contracted for last August, before the rise in
prices; you can have them cheap. Also new lot of
Hamburg, Nainsook and Lawn Embroideries.
We are also showing a large and varied stock of
Spring colors in Prints, Percales, Colored Pique.
Duck and Zephyr Ginghams. These goods at&
bought cheap. The eally buyers will get the ad
We will show you good value inWhite Spreads,
Sheeting and Towels, and have a special bargain in
White Damask in two, two-and-a-half and three
yard lengths. These are factory ends; splendid
qulity,.50c and 75
We have many new things to show and you will
be interested. Give us a call.
The Cjaldwdi- ,sry Goods CoM'pnp
I am now* displaying the grandest line of- SPRING
AND SUMMER NECKWEAR ever brought to this-town
[ can please anybody when they want a Tie. Come early
and get first cholce. You have missed quite a treat
f you have not seen my~big stock of NEGL
T e are' erft de. All the newel
things out in this department, and ihe styles are simply gran
Come and give your eyes a feast.
When you are In mny store look through my line <
HA TS. I have a great many new things to show you th:
season in the Hat line.
Yours to please,
Q. D. WILLIFORD.
Scud Us One Dollar
Out tis ad. ontsa seat It tous wntone douar n
Itat yew ani.wmCO aj -U aas
#y a n yos haeet us Ah on, ohSI
_ '~ ~MULS,OC a foew codh Maresc a n
~D'~9~ oibat~iJon ers. an ha few
- " z Plugose. My rfre male .~
cash or on~L me for L good ka
C a b ba I haveeloyed Mr A Oe
- for~lu th orse'-:. Hy m.esg
wil ha ve rere be. oii*n
pA. Willfor d
[A full assortment. of styles
to select from.
Prices to compete with any
Never H igher;
Cards'printed from plate.
$1.00 per 100..
New plates from
50e to $1.00.
Send all sich orders to
CHESTER, . 1
hr digest ior *
t --gde pas -
d ~sirigti o
n~ e c alonid
Th~ierange of teritoreu
by . Our eru pot en~t agency ..ri Z
excepgioneI'chances for secuisi~
tion. , We wil guarantet
'.The roow inb,:thscolsad -
and c'onvenient~.and-.well Iighte~
.Ynkmeu or seang iofeaamay
enro11'iu esher. schkoi tany weekday
during the year.
I fyoni are a st -g aher,took
keeper .r teacher and -o re- pi.l
tion, write the Piedmont guq
Charlotte, N. C. If- you are ni
steuogr..pher or bookakeeper, sphats
few .months in one of athebeeacheels
ra-d: et i barsedf in shape,.for..garafag.
tou d.Isra tobe an expet
i, -tockS; trade diseoune, eth.,
seii cents in stamps-or silver and
get our Focket Calcuator-iust 'what
For circulars ad farther informa
D, M. MeWU R
with a full stock$ lJ ,
Cases and Coma a Se
e sad' use. of hearse
dThanktal for past p~~
0tation for ashare iszr e the
tais attended a ata k-%