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T6usy, April 3. -- 19
AS O Tls eCLKPSE.
The followin- letter has been rC
ceived by Prof. Witherow:
. Raek Hill, S. C.,
- -larch SS, 1900.
My dear Frofees--r Witherow: e
have jast,uade arrir-ements to bAe
lecture on ths:* San ar!d the coic--c
ealipse" on Iridsy evyeing .May 25:.
* Psfessor Prentisa, onr lecturer, i;
PTofessrf. OLAatronomy in Ratgxs
College and is a fine astronomer and a
-ood lecturer. He was for a ior;g
ti*e.a computer in the Nautical alma
na o2ce at Washington, and since Le
asbee tichi'ng has been doing a
ood deal:of lecturing in New Yo
- ad~NewJorsy. His lectures are 11
lustrated by the stereopticon, and a
1 et tolleatign of- slides insures aa
- A..tresting collection of illustrations o:
Professor Prentiss is coming here -o
observe the .eelipse and will either
have.i- station at Lancaster or ne
WiUsbaero. I write to ask voi if y .
would like him to deliver a lecture.
your school on the erening of the-26 b
(Saturday). I think it will be a g'1
opportunity for year school and to't
to have a lesture jast before this vii r
Since Pretessor Prentifs is-comi
-south for the eclipse, I think he wov 4
be; willing to deliver his lecture ' u
very moderate ter me.
Please .let me knew if you cue to
have him, and if so-, the rates that
would be agreeable to you. I won'
saggest that, if. you wish to have hiv,
yea sould ofer him, say the irst $:0
and half the prois over this aon.
You would ineur no risks in such
-Eoping to hear from you soon, I an,
Years very truly,
W. E. Breazdale,
Professor of Mathernatics, Physis
We refer the matter to the ooma,i
tee appointed by Moiunx Zi,in Sd t .
Everytiody is inter4s'd in the soma,
- seipse and it would seem that twe'.
piear aFi5t Wsou
thing of the phenominuui. K=owted;.
before the eclipse. .wilIbe more sati
factory than that sequ tA after~wards
Alt AMUI%DEWIT TO TUE 2,AW PEC
Convicts Who Escape shuaId wve Th:
Sae.sees Increased--A'euggesteo sr;
Camdidates to stay as Morne While
- taqte.ople ate Working.
- hr.'EdtorVki is a card time :
the- farmers-lots oft' ork to do s.
-bat Jittle landryi ennugb to. p a'
-e eg seO SWto be aryaxo
V to work, and the stc
- ejptions, are in fleco
~o~i~a lrge number o
he e inpgca ovics bave escaped
L few f December. a lot in Marc:
~-'ts rafe'Jdge A!drieb enid nce
-sapply the chaing.: The Harriser
-are sly coons. They *,rob3s y pr c
ticed hypnotism. Seme onec seem'
be blamed. A little cmo legisatio.
en this lie wonll,.i d good. 'ITu
---~Sooty.supervispe sho.uL be held.i..
sponsible to a large ;exteAt for the s
keeping;.-.f-the prisoners turned.ove
*to his charge. When ia comes to
gnazd:who is easy to b8 b4 puotized ox
is specially fond of short at pa in tL'
dytime some one ought to be bel-a
responsible. .' I:s vei-y c.stly to-hoW
courts and eenyiet wi ong doaors to to
Atsat 'vill. It will cost the State
and.4gpty hundreds af dollars to re
capfare these shrewd- negroes; they
S ir&uot like "Big Head Jim ." They~
know bet.ter how..to evade MLr. Gilber:
or ~a oger~ Let ne have a little
a.meudpent to-this -law Moverning con
victs. When a court co'victs a crimi
nal and seistences'hin, the: is ther
under 4 contract with the State to pa,
sauch money or serve at hard labor
~fo.r a time on the chaingaug, and when
be breaks loose or ruus off, if caughrt
.. without :ay eost to the couty, the:
his term of service sho a!d he doubles:.
(f it coats the cour.ty any money tr.
capture him, thou charge him up t.
the amount of costs, an~d the county
~ .#~ eibld held him as long as is necessary
to I av back all expense" ard trouble:.
the same to be worked out en the
chaingang at ive dollars per month
This would do more good than blood
bonds or doubiLig the guard.
W' Ework with a will, and u
would like to suggest to) the candidets
that they stay at home and work, ce;
Jet other people work until the crop
are laid by. They don't 'come with a
er sa hardahip~on tpope Iu her
a candidate say that he could aford to
aj wppapere 1ve dollars, if he did not
e~.tr he would get more than that
~~~Ik~bway of board~
K. 8Cm.th, ttruut. Mieh., says,
"DeWit's .Little3Carly Riuers are the a
er. y best 'pills I .'sr used for eO.- 9
sjenss iv endUbowsel troubles."
We had a very destructive fo seve
ral nights ago. The depot and wait
ing room, postoefice and express office
were vompletely destroyed. How the
Ire originated i unknoWn. Several
parties lost a considerable qantity of
Mr. Jas. D. Martin's many friends
gladly welcome him back to Strother,
where he is now mershandising
again. Mr. Martin will certainly give
good weight and measure.
Miss Ella James is visiting relatives
in Chester sounty.
Miss L R Maeon is still very feeble.
Mrs E D Law nee Miss Iva Clowney,
of Burke, Santer county, visited her
parents, Capt and Mrs W J Clowney
sometime ago. Mrs Law's many
friends were delighted to see her
smiling face once more.
Hoping this will escape the waste
basket, with best wishes, E.
an, Ilth Kied You Have Als
The upper school Closes to-day. Miss
Ford, the effciSnt and popular teacher,
leaves, muek to the regret of all, hav
ing won many friends during har
short stay in our midst.
Mrs. 0. C. Duke, tof Myrtle, visited
the families of Messrs. R. B. Lewis
and S. L. Dixon.
The people of our section- have a
ready market for butter, eggs, etc.
Mr. Miles, -., man from near - Bly the
wood, comes through every week and
gets a load of eggi, chickens, but(er,
etc.. which be takes to Columbia to
seil. He had 287 dozen eggs when he
passed here last week
March 31, 1900. E R D.
MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR
A Pleasant Lemon Tonio
For bilionsness, constipation and ap
For indigestion, sick and nervous
For sleeplessness, nervousness and
For fever. chills, debility and kidney
.iseates, take Lemon Elixir.
Ladies, for natural and thorough
organic regulation, take Lemon Elixir.
Dr. Mozelev's LAmou Elixir is pre
pared fron the fresh juice of Lemoas,
combined with other vegetable liver
tonies, and will not fail you in any of
the above named diseases. ift and
$1.00 bottles at all druggists.
Prepared by Dr. H. Moley, Atlanta,
At she Capite.
I am in my seventy-third year, aid
for $fty years I nave been a get
buferer from indigestion, constipa
and biliousnese. I have tried all the
remedies advertised for these diseascs,
and got no permanent relief. About
Sago, the disease assuming a
ro and daqgerous form, I
weak,and Iost hesh r
noceduing Dr. MozIy a
ned twelve pounds
?5 idrfectly restored, and new I
ee syeug and as vigorous as I
evrddin moy life. L. J. ALL.DRED,
Doorkeeper Ga. State Senate,
diateJ Capitol. Atlanta, Ga.
Xosley's Lien Elixir
is the very best iedciae I ever used
o~r the dise'ases you recommend it for,
4!:. I have used many kinds for wo
man's tronu es. -.
Mus. S. A. GREsEAx,
B' ore Th.a,re,
and-all throat and lung diseases. Ee
gant, reliable. 2Se at druggists. Pre
pared only bi Dr. H. Moziey, Atlanta,
EONEY TO LOAN
On Improved Farms secured by trst 1
ortgages. Interest 3 per cent. [aj
aus net less than $699, 1 to S years.
o eommissions. Borrower pays so-E
A. S W. s.IewLAUs,
Wlansbere, S. S. c
or J@EN 3. PALME h me, .
M-86 QeJambia, 5.9e,
Eelief in sms mours.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder Die
iae relieved in six hoars by "New
rest South Americau Kidney Cure."
t i a great sarprise on account of its
xeeedg promptness in relieving pain
aMbr, idnbys and back, in male
e -Relieves retention of water
;i-'mzediately. If you want.
e i;n~if sna cure this is the remedy.
W.EAiken, druggist, Winns
The Kind You Have Alway: B
in use for over 3 years, h
All Counterfeits, Iiitations a
Experiments that trifle with
Infants and Childrei-Exper
What is CA
Castoria is a harmless sabst
goric, Drops and Soothing S
contains neither Opium, Afo
substance. Its ago is its gua
and allays Feverishness. 1.
Colic. It cl1cies*- Teeth 'i
and FIatuliency.a It assi12laI
Stomach and Bowels, giving
The Children's Panacea--Th
The Kind You
In Use For. O
TIC CCNTAtm Com?ANY. - mu
I hereby anounce iayielf a' candi
ate for the office of Steriff for Fair.
feld County, aod will abida by tho
action of the Democratic primaries.
I hereby announce myself as -a candi
date for Clerk of Court, subject tf, the
action of the Democratic primaries.
J.N-. R. CRAIG.
I h;reby a ,uour.ce myself a andidate
for the lfice of Clerk of Court for Fair
leld County, subject to the action of the
Democratic pr:maes. V. BR&Y.
I hereby.announce myself as a candidate
r Clerk of Court for Fairfield County,
Bbject to the action of the Democratic
-imary. JAS. A. BRICE.
COUNTY SUPERVISOR. I
I hereby announce myself a candidate'
r the office. of County Supervisor for
airield County, _subject to the action /
e I)emoeratic pnimpnes.''. O -
I an nouuce myself a cadte
Couzty, subject o the action of eDe
ocrti pmaeROBT. Y. CLOWNEY.
I hereby announce myself a canididat .
for t?ae office of Supervisor of Fairfili~
County, subject to the action of The Demt
oratic primarics. J. B. RURLEY.
Need .Statio~nerytef any ki
We have-what you
n fu e~tatiny-iitall
nd when you stat out
tationery of any kind come*
nd sed ouirs before buying.
And when .you start to write
LETT E RS
o distant 'friends or relatives
re can show something that
ou need in Pens, Ink,.Pen
Don't forget .us . when you
re in need
. H. McMaster
nd we wile*
1 W. DOTY &E O,
RESTON RION, Agent "
ACIlIC FIlE INSRAN~CQ IPANT W
sIits a .sLare of the j:a ic giron-' si
as her.ct the signatnre
s bemnade under s
1pervision since its
Lo one to deceive 7o1 -
nd "Just-as-good" re
and c;danger th.e hee4
ience against Esperi
itute for Castor OilFP
yrups. It is Pleasaut
rphio nor other Na
ranty t destroys -
curcs Diarrhcoa and
roubI.",, eires Cons:ql
es the FAod,
he~A1de ad 43x~
Me :cr Frienid.
er 30 Years
uiy 33E=, m:w vouK emr.
SOUTHERN RAILW Y
Detral Time atMJacksonville and F: C
Estern.Tlme at Other Poit'.
Sehedule in Effect Febray2 Spa t
- -. ex u
5. Jacksonville (P. ... 8Ua 10
"Savamnah(So.1y.) .....1215 .sO
" Brn.iie ...... :: 402 - d 7...
" Bla.vW e.. . . . .
-r QII .._...101_4a
"r Chstr. ..
" Beo?k 2.
r.K ovill,. .... _...-. ._
4.r. C gcint on...., .".. 7
"Ax toimorle ER ... 7u 1 1
- . ou bi ..;;....... 1
Ashv.le...-.......74, 7 '..~
Ar. Lo iville.:.. . ... 7.,.
v Ch o t - 4.. ..-.I .
" Roc. tQ
v. Columbia( G. 2
"Kingvife.. . 4 --~
'Brae inile... 5...
" Sinmuervill .... 0
Ar. Charleston.. ..... ....8 p 10ill(
v.OColutnbia(So .)..ff T0
. Perry...... .... ....u.. ..
": S .. ...... .....1 ...
" e~c~;1.... ..... .1-W 22
" Barnwell....... .....127-19a
*Trs 48 nd nd xcpn -ly)
rrive and ea.fonHamburg.j
Ex:cellent dal~zgrservice -.-en ,
ilorida and New . ,k.
Nos.8a Y~ork and Flo: L
~vlyo Plma~ Drwng 'o p.
nig Oompartnient -and Observatory 0 . -e- 4
wean New York.;Columbia and St . : t.jno.
ress. Drawing-on.sleepi1ng cars 'e:weenj
wen PoztT, :n-a..2:sh
V'asington and o
Pullman sleepjpgcmCh::ri .:Chn- nd
ichmond. Dfiftig ears bteen C :cte
Nos..35.and. 36-U. S. Fast Mail. mugh;
Mmdrawn room htietsleepir.. h
ian sleeplg cars bettween Augusta . . r
>tte, Dining cars ser-ve all mcrii < te.
'ilmnan sleeping cars etw~e Jac:: vile
nid Columbia, eotedlybtween..-on
file arnd Cincinnati, via Aseville.
'ANK S. GANNON, J.M3.CUL?.
ThirdV-P.&Gen.Mgr., Traili> .
Fan-emgton, D. C. Washigti:n. !. C.
. A. S.H.RBDI,
Gen. As't Gen. PasV ..
FREE OF CHARGE.
Any adult suffering froca : -al
tiled o.n the breast, branchiti-, :.:-at
long~ troubles of any natun- h
jl.call at McMaster. Co. ill ' -
nted with a samrple bo: f,
>chee's (.ermvi Syrup, 'cf -
ar-ge. Otly one bottle giveui Ie
rnon, and none to children r ont'
dr from parents.
No .throator- Jung remed.yc -
chi a sale as Boachee's Germ: up
all parts of the civilized ;d
enty y-ears ago millions of I
Ere given away, and yon'.d r:. - s
11 tell you its success was na'' 'rs.
is really the only thi'oat a
nedy- generally endorsed. b hy
ians Oie 75 cent botee w,.
drova its value. Sold by de aa in
civilie. cnntriee -
OUR - 5PRINI
with a hand
BLACK AND COLOI
-4 am showing a great mat
ow in stock and ready for your inspection.
liques, in white and colored, Dimitys, Dotted
White Corderoys. Organdies, in white and cok
lack and Colored Lawns, Madras Cloth, CoYI
loulards, Corded Batiste, Malvern Cloth, Veri
ags, Brown and Bleached Linens, Sateens, L
Vhite Dimitys. Also something handsome f<
Ladies, don't fail to see my line of Eml
roideries, Allover Laces, Tuckings and Pt
- Here I have a lasting Spring remedy t(
~an men,.for boys and ehildren; and Trouser
2en.t beats all former'records. Gems of art c
All kinds and colors,'sizes and styles
abound. All the new ideas await you, and.p
For big, little, old and young. I can ti
>f Shoes in Winnsboro as I have. A careful
Neckwear, White and Colored Shirts
wellis. Biggest hit I'ever made on Ladies' N
Trurnks, Valises, Carpets, Rugs, Mattin
oor Mats, Table Linen,, Silkoline Drapery, 2
OVoP 1 aVG I dtspkid 9
YOURS F'OR BIZ,
Q. D. WIL
some line of -
2ED DRESS GOODS
tV ncw tbinos in this line.ow
Percales, Figured and Solid Colored Duck)
Sirians, in white and colored, Colored and-.
>red, Blaek and White Silk Mulls, White,
!rt Cloth, Chamb:eys, French Ginghams, Silk
ailles Stripes, Fancy Crash, Galiteer Shirt
ace Striped Lawns, Checked Nainsooks, and
)r Ladies' Underskirts.
>roideries, Laces, Spangle Net; Allover Em
iffings. The grandest -line ever -graced my
apply to thebody. Clothing for fat men or
Sto fit -anybo.-ly. You-will find this depart
n every counter. Every-table fildwith new
Here the essence of the et man
uthfully'say, youhave never seen such a stock
inspection cannot fail to convince you of this
-an ocean of styles that will agitate the tony
eckwear. New ideas in Stamped Linens.
gs, Window Shades, Curtain Poles, Hassocks,
-c . 7- .-,