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WINNSBORO, S. C.
Sauarday, April 7. - - 1900
Co LLs AS TOWN rUILD3r 5
GriAn, Qa.;& few years ago, it Is said
was. a deadtown. Mershants com.
plained of mltrsA, and many of the=
contemplatedle&ing the place. Thi
young men were leavi ug the town be
cause they could fnd nothing to de
Stagnation was in evidense en all
sides. Finally a progressive man in
sated that a cotton factory mast bw
built. It was built, and sueseeded
Now GriAla has six or sevoin mills
The populaties of the place increased
The town grew lively in a businesi
sense, and now people consider Grif
Ila as a great deal more than a meri
spot on the map.
Some fasts related' as to Grii!r
sound very descriptive of Winnsboro
A few years ago, we most say in al
honesty, this town was about as dead
as they are made. It has improved
but there-is-room for improvement-o
plenty of room. Oae cotton mill can
*not 4make a place; it will not makf
Winnsboro. B2ys grow up in Winne.
boro, but as young men they live else
where, land as a general rule they dc
well wherever they go, which goes to
show we do not lack In the right kind
of material to make useful citizens,
but we lack the inda4ements to keep
them at home.
- More trade will not e:)me until we
have more cotton mills. Houses wil
remain murepaired. ttapainted and di
lapidated until m3re otten mills are
* e *
We want more railroads. We need
at fleast one more badly. Railroadi
seek places of commercial importance,
Cotton mills,. is useless to argue now
gIve commercial Importance and
wealth to kaothern towns as nothg
---~ else has done. Therefore, more ca't
toximills would put as in a position te
demand the consideration of projected
railroad., which do not go to a place
merely beeauee there is enough ground
to support their tracks.
* C C
' Sdal the building of alther mill
be dlayd? heyare payi g now ii
the pros~ . of succesulre brig1
Will theid_~i overdo;ithe thing? 1N
until more mills are built than a
necessary to manufacture all the ce
ton raised in the Soath. The per ci
ot,preit in cotton- mills will proball
befreaterin the next ten years th
in the next twenty-Ave or thiri
Then it is bettor to build as soon
possible than'to wait.
C C C
As far as the interest of the town
concerned, it is always desirable
have as many independent mills
possible. It takes no argument
show_this, for it rests upon the y
evidsit princIple that t wo small sII
are better for the community than o
large mill. lesides, the independe
mills, beause they ., are independei
will not be dependent upon the ear
Ings of the others to increase their c
* acitff:. :- .
The present raill shouild .he anse
couragemest to car cormmaiy.. It
one bf the best eonstrue'ed -mills
Sthe State. It is .bsautig lv locate
(and then there are mnilmruu, sit
just as sat-aetive). It iu paying nd
*the.aaaement of ourown busing
ben. It is an illastrati~om of what ci
-Fairleld eettsa is said to make
.s,aperir.clga ef goods. All of o1
cotton should be mnunacou-ed her
Aboni eIemllien dollars have be4
pnt Into. cotton mills in be State Si.'
the first day of Jauntry. This 'hoe
that espital is seeking the exten mi
as an investment. apital will eua
to Wi.nsboro for the same purpose
cur own peeo' will show their fai
- by ntiag their ns money inato c
to~a mills. -
* S C
Wise me. profit by the experien
of others. Others tell us what sotti
miflh have done for thcir towns. Na'
we not seen it with. our own eye
Will we not then believe?
Mrs. Cali mmera, Milesba
P a.,- says, "As a spsedy care f
coughs. coldi, oroup avd Sore thro
One Minite Cough Cure Is flacguale
It is pleasant for chIldren to take.
heartly recommend it to mothers."
is the only harmless. remedy that pr
duces immedit results. It car
bronchitis, pneumonia, grippe ai
* throat and Inug disases. It will pz
vent consumption. MeMaster Co.
--A.imid person-is frightened bdf
destger, a coward during the - tiq
- aijd a eourageous person afterwap!d
Lewis Ackerman, G, la(
aways bring certain calief, cure n
headache and never gripe." Th
gently eleanse and invigorates t
A DXSr]RATZ CXAZAGTXE.
A Negro to Reveal Himuelf WriseS toJudge
TAe State, April 5.
In tho criminal court yesterday Judge
Benet struck about the worst specimen
of a criminal that he has foand in his
experience. He was a negro named
Jim Denver and was charged with
breaking into a railroad car and lar
eny. Before be was arraigned he
sent to the judge the following re
City of Columbia, State of South
Carolina, Richland eounty.
Judge to Honor:. I Make my Live
Ing by stealing, I was on the gang 6
times, Judge i will hari Revenge on
this City if have to Slio a Round in
the might and Burn one house Down.
I Will do it Judge if i get ander 7
years. Judge i was Befoure you in
Charleston, S. C. i am a ceorgia Boy
From Savannah, ga. i Will put the
City to a lot of troub!e. i will Steal
and Burn just as long as i live if I get
under 7 years. Judge this is the whole
truth a Bout my self.
Shortly afterwards he sent the fol
lowing to Judge Benet:
I am not guilty of the Charge you
have against me Judge. i will Steal
and Burn Just so Long as i live. i
Know yon Can't Send me to the State
prison foi i am nt gailty. i have
committ a crime of Burning in this
City But thear never could Catch me.
Judge I am 21 years old. I will Com
mitt Murder on Some of the oiffeers of
this City In the Dead Hours of the
night to have my Spite. Judge you
eant not Seud me to the State prison.
Judge i Will left this City in a Dose
late State if i Lose my life.
When Denver was arraigned he en
tered a plea of not guilty and pre
ceeded to defend himself. This he
did in a most intelligent and indeed
adroit manner. He was, however,
co3victed. When the court ordered
him to stand up to receive his sea
tence, Judge Benet read the remarka
ble letters above. Judge Benet asked
him if he had written tbem. He said
he h-d. He was asked what he hoped
to gain by such leiters. He said he
merely wi-bed t.,> show the jadge his
character. .He then said that he had
set ire to the Allen University build
ing in 1395 and had destroyed it. There
was not the slightest indication of
insanity in the fellow; he simiyly ap
peared to be a case-hardened criminal.
Judge Benet then sentenced him to 10
years In the State penitentiary. Those
who were sitting ne:r as the negro
left the dock say he said iht one of his
first victims when he got free would
be the judge
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A PleasaS Leion Tonla
For biliousness, constipation and ap
For indigestion, sick and nervous
For sleeplessness, nervousness and
For fever, chills, debility and kidney
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Ladies, for natural and thorough
organic regulation, take Lemon Elixir.
Dr. Mozeley's Lemon Elixir is pre
pared from the fresh juice of Lemons,
combined with other vegetable liver
tonics, and will not fail yon in any of
the above named diseases. 60. and
*1.00 bottles at all druggists.
Prepared by Dr. H. Mosley, Atlanta,
fo fufty ye
re enferer from indig
i- and bIliosnss. Ihave
rt remedies advertised for these de
y and got no permanent relief. Ao
one year ago, the disease assuming
I more severe and dangerous form,
y. became very weak, and lost flesh rap
as idly. I commenced using Dr. Mozley'
Lemon Elixir. I gained twelve pound
in three months. Jiy strength ani
health, my appetite and my indigestiol
Is were perfectly restored, and new
to feel as young and as vigorous as
Sever did in my life. L. J. ALLDEED,
Doorkeepor Ga. State Senate,
10 state Capitol, Atlanta, Ga.
Is M.zley's Lensen Elixir
* is the very best medicine I ever uset
for tbe diseases you recommend it for
nand I have used many kinds for wo
t, man's troubles.
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a Salem, N.C.
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Cures all Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness
*- lore Throat, Bronchitis, Hemorrhage
is nd all throat and lung diseases. Ele
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e Dyspepsia Cure
*Digests what you eat.
*e It artificially digests the food and aidt
rs Nature in strengthening and recon
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lican approach it in efficiency. It' in
h tantly relieves andi permanently cure
-Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn
tFlatnience, Sour Stomach, Iqausea
Sick Headache,Gastralga,CramDps an<
all otherresultsof imperfect digestion
sePre and1.Lreie contl5 im
i Prepared by E. C. DeWlTT a CO.. Chicoge.
a? Weme, . 56.
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re MONEY TO LOAN
#. On Impieved Farms secared by firs
mortgages. Interest S per cent. [
sums net less than $P66, 8 to S years
I, No oommissions. Borrower pays ua
rs nal expenses.
my A. S. b W. B. 39YGA.A
by' Winnabero. 3. 6.
ae r JOEl 3. PALMR b ION,
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slff&atlig theTood andRegu.a
ting thomachs andBowels of
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Yacsimie Signature cf
MxCT COPY OF WRAPPER.
I hereby announce my?elf a candi
date for the office of fteriff for Fair.
feld County. and will abide by the,
action of the Democratic primrries.
JAS. W. BOLIK.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for Cierk of Court, subject tt the
action of the Democratic primaries.
JNO. R. CRAIG.
I hreby anuour.ce myself a ,audidate
for the office of Clerk of Court for Fair
ek County, -subject to the action of the
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
r Cierk of Court for Fairfield County.
ubect to the action of the Democratic
imary. .JAS. A. BRICE.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
r the office of County Supervisor for
airfld County, subject to the,action of
e D)emeeratic primaries.A.DHO .
and we willa*
I. W,1DOTY & CO
OF COD-LIVER OIL WITE
should a!ways be kept ir
thie house for the fol
FIRST - Because..i f any membe
of the family .has a ha.rd co d,
will cure it.
SECOND-sBecause, if the chil
dren are delicate and sickly, it wi
make them strong and well.
THR0-Because, if the father. c
mother is losing flesh and b mn
ing thin and emaciated, it will 'uil
them up and give them flesh an
FOURTH - Because it in
standard remedy in all throat an
No household should be withouti
It can be taken in summer as we
as in winter.
scoT'BOWNE, Cems, t ew York.
Itch on human enred in 80 minut
by Wolford's Sauitary Lotion. Trj
ever fails. Sold by W. E. Aiker
dr.u=iat Winnebham S. C.
714CN. c4;JR COM:-ANY. NEW V0;1 CITY.
Central Time at Jacksonville and Savannah. jabo,
Eastern Time at Othc:- Points.
Sehedule in Effect February 25th, 1900.
~'OnTDqU ex SujDaily Dailyj e tSn I2
:sorumIs- 5 o
Lv. Jacksontille (P. S) .7 45p 1
Savannah(So. Ry.) ..... !215p12Q,1 413
Barnwell:......... ... 402p 400a: .541)
Blackville.... .... 417p 415a 81P Se
.pigfield.... . 4 pect
tv.Chaleson,ho.Ry .... . '4 wac11
"................. ...... 11 43
A r. .a............LY 1100a.6T00l
Lv hreton.S. . . T e1 T __
"Trenton......... 500a 4Op1P
.. 'sbo.......... ....75
-35 5a /
12 1 a'45
31p 112 2a .
SI. I ~730p1 7_50a
No. NodI~ .33 N1o 35'No.81i
- ~zDailDaily 'exSu
>ur...... ....14a 701
................. 30p a
-ki Pa.R )i...:30p115nt1240n
ba.... ..... S0 850a 81i
"..................... 827p 0 22a 522
Lv.Was.st'n(So.yt.._ 95& 11 35p
Lv. Richmond.......l...... 1 1'401l
Lv. Charlotte.......l~~. ~8ina 10 0 6
"Rock Hill ............. 902a104Sp 500a
"Chester ........... ...9 5 1123P 5 27a
"Winnsb>ro............ 0 2a12l15a 6 063
Ar. Columbia, ( Bldg St G 30p 11 2Za 1Z20a 7 00a
Lv. Columbia,(U. D.). .. ... 1150a' 4 30a..
"Johnston......... 1 133pf 632a..
"Trenton........11 1 p 48a ......
Ar. Aiken .......... ......|20p78a..
"Granitorille..... 2ntl 21p 7 la ..
"Augusta........*10a 25 8 i0a ..
Lv. Columnbia(So. IRy).4.... 4 Ta TIE
"King-ville......... ...443 232a 755a
4Orangeburg...... ..... 5 3 J45a 8 41a
"Branchville...........619j 4 25a 0 20a
"Summenrville....... ....72p 552a 1) 30a
Ar. Charleton............ 852 7L00a 11103.
Lv. Columbia(So. Ry.) . I5a 112~: ~05
"Sally ................. 124p 234 ..
-:Srgil d..... .. 1
" Brnwvell..... ..... 12 320 49a
I" Savannah........... 30 5153 10353,
Ahr. Jacksonvillle(P. S. M .. ..7 rM 9 3.235p "
*Trainas 43 and 44 (mixecd e.:eept Sunday)
arrive and depart from 1Hmburg.
Sleeping Car Servico.
Excellent daily passenger service between '
Florida andi New York.7j
Nos. 31 and 32-New York- an rlorida Lim
ited. Daily except Sunday,~ coposed e-telu
sivel of Pulman finest Dra-.: RonNep
Ig, Compartment and0. ;observr Cars, be
twen New York, Columbia ard Sti-. An.;ustine.
Nos. 34 and 34-New Yr; a i.oridus En -
press. Drawing-room feepi:e Lc-sbtween
Augusta and New York.
Pullman drawing-room sl.p' ; ~.rs b
twee, Port Tam a, JTacksonville. &=ah
rWashington and 2ew York.
Pullmq.n sleeping cars bet ween Chott aind
Iii.hmond. Dining cairs bctween COarlotte
and Savannah. Ir
Nos. :15 anJ. .30-U. S. Fast Mfail. Tiar.ah
Pullman drawine-room 1htffet sleeping '-arsbe
tween Jacksonville and New York :.Ad P'.ll
man slein e ars bot wvt-n Au.ust a and Ch;ir
lotte. Ding ears serve all mea:ls enroute.
Pullman sleeping ears between .Jacksonville
and Columbia. enroute daily between Jackson
ville and Cincinnati, via Asheville.
FRANKS. GANNON, J. M.CGULP. -
rThirdV-P.&Genl.Mgr., TraflicM r., Ie
. .TR S. H.ARDWC, 2
Gen. Pa. ~z As't Gen. Pass. Ag'1 '
The Best Remedy io-r Rthenatism.
r QUICKC RELIF FtR.M l'AIN
-All who use Cha mberlain's Pain
Balm for r-heumatismi are de:ighted
with the quick relief fzrnm pain which
it afforda. When spe'aking of ifbi :.r. '0
D N. Sinks, of Tlroy. Obic, ears: 6
"Some time sgo I had a sevr r- a:ta
of rheamatismi in my arm and sh-m!
der. I tried numerous remedio- but6
got. no re).ief..u'til I w as reocmmrertecd j
by Me srs. Geo. F.. Par:yons & CJo.,
druggie.s of this place, to ary Chem
be~rlain's Pain Ba:m. They recomt
mnded it so bighly that I bougoht a 0<
bottle. I wcas soon reliered of alV punn
I huave s]lce recommnenlda thie :1ni
menit to many of roy friends. wvhi
a gre.e with me that it is the besi rem
fetty for muscular rheumati-mr in the A
"miarket." For sale by McMasCer Co , h
,lly woln n lose thIeir girlish forms afteg
become m others. This is due to neg
The figu ' can be preserved beyoni
pectant mother will
during the whole
period of pregnancy.
The earlier its use is
begun, the more per
fictly Vill the shape
not only softens and
relaxes the muscles
g the great strain before birth, but helps
cn to contract naturally afterward. II
unsightly wrinkles away, and the
les undemcath retain their pliability.
otber's 'riend is that famous external
Lent which banishes morning sina
lervousness during pregnancy; shortbn
and makes it nearly painlecs; builds up
atient's constitutional strength, so thal
merges from the ordeal without danger.
little one, too, shows the effects of
ber's Triad by its robustness and vigor.
Sold at drug stores for $I a bottle.
d for our fEnely illustrated book for ex
BRADFIELD REGMULATOR CO.
what : .-frc:' fai:ng of the
T;c-.., - es, paii.: erirregular
n:.ro: s o . t:rour.'h-the t-.rr:.le
s . o ;tiently ?o::c, 7:ic
re,ha bea'ty op aad n:.ppi
r.ss i his suffer:ng really is
curs al fmal diea:es ' qic a
ly and p.:5:n:. I t. o s n.,a i
naions:. 'I h treatment :ay be
take:n at he:ne. There is notL con
tinual ex:<pne a::d trot:bl1 The a'
sufferer is c.arca a:'.d s'ar's arr'.
Wijne cf C'ardui . becom: 1e.
leadi:g r:nmad fo'r aHl tro:I'.2s of
this cla::s. Itcs:t but $hr from any
For advice in case. requiriw'
special direction., a:i.re.s, the
"Ladies Avisor' DX part:::ent,'' e
The Chat.tanooga Medi ciae Co.,
wrte. :--T .s.rd h. aii n:r
Sweesso~r of the " Dinabridged.
? of the1-. S. Cov't I;riniiIC
Iremiorts.:i :dof :e:r
It all1the Schooli,ucks.
trac tte Supt oe rd.:
lear whols. wo- mrea
It a mondents.ndothi-r 2:ucltr..r
rfhii t c' ;i~hp..almd wi tou..n l numll .
uin the linusehold. :o::drt.
HE ET TOR PRACTC..UE
It i easyff tofn the: wod wanted.iIu
t is C.s toRtra.c0t Purowt he wr.
Cti AytOlaN. wha anord beans.ive
rho___ew _Or__ean Picync salso
It stans iwamoument thc Iratin dusry
neio th mar.t csmetear ade-mwrk one
ulhed inath coun s htr hecus
. &O OOE Z RIA MCOPuisr,
Sins,ga. eAtd, Bass., No. z B. A .
n the p varoszsar our trae-alon
1:e ron covr a shon i thecut .
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CoUNTT OF TADMMLD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEA1,
Bank of Ridgeway, of RidgEway,
J. W. Ray, 1efandant.
Summons. For Relief.
To the Defendant above-named:
YOU are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the ceomp'aiut
in this aeiot-, which wa filed it The
office of the Cleiik if i.e Court of
Comm>n P,cas, fmr 'he .--nid Coui-v,
on 15'ra M 1ii. 1900, a;,d to s-rve a
Copy of your ,nWer to uhe said m
p!ain' n .htle !-u,-cri ter- t ; beir offices,
No-; 5 .od 6 L t%v R wat, Wiinrsboro,
Souti .r!olia, withii twenty days
;jft r tib , , ic!e :', of, eX usive of
ti:- d-. < i -ch evice; ant, if Ion
fajt ans% or thn coin p:ai. within the
time aforo- aid, the iah t f' in! this
aciol wili apply to the c-urt for the
r,lief demanded ii the complaint.
Dated 16 h March, A. D. 1900.
A. S. & W. D. DOUGLASS,
Plaintiffi's At torne) s.
To the defendant, J. W. Ptys:
Take notice that the comp!lint to
gether with the summons, of which
the foregoing is a copy, together with
the complaint, was filed in the office
of the Clerk of the Court of Common
Pleas, at.W.qyrQ. CQuntvt_f _F&
eld, in the State aforesaid, on 15th
A. S. & W.D. DOUGLASS,
3-17-6t Plaintiff's Attorneys.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
B. M. Grier, Plaintift,
R. H. Jennings, as Administrator of
the estate of John:H. Clamp, de
ceased, M. R. Clamp, W. Fletcher
Clamp. Lillie Read, Jessie Clamp
John Clamp, Eliza J. Scruggs. and
The Bank of Ridgeway, Defendants.
Copy Summons for Reltef.
To the Defendants above namad:
Y OU are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in
this action, which is filed in the office
of the Clerk of the Court of Comm6n
Pleas for the'said Count7. and to serve
a copy of your answer to the said com
plaint on the subscribers at their offices
above The Winnsboro Bank, Winns
boro, S. C., within twenty days after
the service hereof, exclusive of. the
day of such service; and if you fail to
answer the complaint within the time
aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action
will apply to the Court 'for the relief
demanded in the complaint. -
December.23rd, A D-1S99.
RAGSDAL & RAGSDALE,
To the Defendant Eliza J. Scruggs :
Take notice, that the complaint
in this action (together with the sum
mons of which the foregoing is a copy)
was filed ina the office of the Clerk ofl
the Court of Common'Pess,at Winnsj
boro, in the County of: Fairfield, in
the State of South Carolina. onth
4th day of January, 1900.
Mareh 16th, 1,900..
RAGSDA E & RAGSDALE,
Lif V. &A.
_For Sale. By
.FOR SALE BY
J. J. OBEAR.
The Easy Running
The most modern Sewing
Machine ot the age, emnbrac
ing all the latest improve
ments. Unequaled for Dura
bility, Range of Work and
Dealers wanted in *unoccu
pied territory. Correspon
dence solicitedi. Address,
J. H. DERBY8HRBE.
Need Stationery of any kind?'
We have what you
in fine Stationery of alIgrades,
and when you start out
stationery of .-any kind come
and see ours before buying..
And when you tart to write
to distant friends or relatives
we can show some ing that
you need in Pens, , Pent
Don't forget us when you
are in need
J. H. McMaster
*+e Atten io
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUT
(Ul srocK OF HEAVY GRO-;
s is ucw complete.
'. e eater specially for the farmers
trade. We know what they need2 and
are prepared to seive them and at bet:'
We also sarry a nice line of shef
and eve.ything vsally fouad in a
wGoods delivered to our city trade.
Come amd see us.
W. R. RABB &C
C1ihlte nlo ci~ alleje,
Chiarlotte, N. C., established._in 189t
Rue EuiIen cel,
Rome, Ga., esa:i in 18866
Yi6orr~'s, em n
exceptbnal% drantag - any o
desiring a thorou'2bly practical.
ness education in the shortest pdsa
The wide range.<.f tertitory cove.
by our employmen;t agency afo
exceptienal chances for securing
tions We will guarantee you a
t'on if yrou taike our guarantee ce
The rooms in the schools are r
and convenient and well 1ighted.
Ysung men' or young women mays
enroll in either school any week dayK
during the year.
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keeper or teacher and desire
tion, write the Piedmont
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stenographer or book-keeper-,
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OF THE LADIES
IS CALLED TO
A LINE OF
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