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Saturday, April 7, - 1900
-Those "dying for fan" should
-4read MeMaster Co.'s advertisement
-Easter opening April 10th, Gon
tinaiug through the week, at
Mrs. A. L. McCarley's.
-Frost Wednesday and Thursday
morning, but no harm to fruit has
To sesure the original witch hazel
salve, ask for DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve, well known as a certain care for
piles and skin diseases. Beware of
worthless ceunterfeita. They are
dangerous. Master Co.
-Job wor cited by TE Nws
AXD HxALD.Z c freight by having
your work done at home.
-The Atlanta Semi-Weekly Journal
snd the Weekly - Ew AND HERALD
one year for $1.50 in advance.
"I used Kodol Dyspepsia Care in
my family with wonderful results. It
gives immediate relief, is pleasant to
take and is truly the dyspeptic's best
friend," says E. Hartgerink. Overisel,
Mich. Digests what you eat. Can
not fail to cure. McMaster Co.
-Wedding be:ls will ring here nn
. the 25th inst. This interesting event
w1 k e *Q*
-Q. D. Williford calls speeial at.
tention to she. this morning, and in
vites an inspection of his stoek before
you parchase elsewhere.
M. 9. Smith, Butternut, Mieh., says,
"DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the
very best pills I ever used for es
tivenss, liver and bowel trouble.."
-A large crowd greeted the Labadie
company in Faust at the Thespian
Hall Thursday night. The show was
fairly good, but might have been bet
-Candidates are coming out faster
in other counties than in Fairdeld. In
looking over our exchanges we notice
that the number of cards double the
number now running in Tx Nws
AND H nT.
Rev. W. 1. Sitzer, W. Caton,N. T.,
writes, -1I had dyspepsia over twenty
years, and tried doctors and medicines
without bonelt. I was persuaded to
use Kodol Dyspepsia Care and it
helped me from the start. I believe it
to be a panaces for all forms of indi
gestion." It digests what you eat.
-What a pity W innboro hasn't an
opera hIuse. This is, perhaps, the
only place of its size without one.
The Winnsboro people appreciate good
can't 'some steps be taken toward
making a hall it to ask good compa
nies to come here?
-Eon. W. 8. Hall, a prominent
r citizen and planter of Mitford, Fair
Seldi'eRty, same to the city Friday
on a vi.e,h is son, Prof. W. S. Hall,
Jr, and h(daughter,Mts. J.KDpr
- oqg, Mr. Hall is a caltured ga
genleman ofnte old school He visited it6
r choolsand Limestone college, CI
a ur big industrial plants aidex
pas himself in most lttering terms
*. Jfney and her prespeets.-Gafnaey s
Mrs. Harriet Evans, Hinsdale, Ill., e
writes, "I never fail to relieve my
children from croup at once by using
One Minate Cough Care. I would
net feel safe without it " Quickly
cures coughs, colds, grippe and all
threat and lang diseases. McMaste Co. di
S-There came near being a serious 0
accident on the Southern Thursday ~
,morning near Yemassee, S. C. As s
the fast mail train, No. 15, ran into the U
woodyard at that place it was discov- h
ered that the wood was on fire and ti
the cross-ties burned. The engius P
passed over safely, also the mail ears,
but two passenger coaches were h
burned. The Pullman cars were saved
and all mail and express. Fortunately 3
no one was hurt.
Win. Orr, Newsrk, 0., says, "We
never feel safe without One Minute I
Cough Cure in the house. It saved I
my little boy's life when he had the d
pneumonia. We think it is the best,
medicine made." it cares congh' and 1
all lung diseases. Pleasant to take, t
harmless and gives immediate results 3
-Cards are out announcing the mar
risge of Miss Annie Bonham Aldric3
to Dr. William Egleston on Wednes- ~
day, April 18th, at the Church of the
Holy Apostles, Barnwell, S. C. Miss 3
Aldrich is a daughter of Senator and
Mrs. Robt. Aldrich, of Barnwell. Dr. ~
Egleston is a s -n of the late Mr. Dui- t
Bose Egleston, and is well known in
Winnsboro, his old horse. He is now
a prominent young physician of Barn
well. It is needless to say that he, wil t
have the be t wishes of his numerous
friends in: Winnsboro.
3.szsk TIhe Kind You Hau Always 3g*
JOSEFR STaWAET DEAD
Mr. Joseph Stewart died at his home
- ai Longt, wu on last Wednesday. He
was oe.e of the oldest citiz-ns in: the
county, huy ing reached the age of 91 1
years. He was an unusually active
and vigorous man up to only a few'
months ago. It is said that he could I
mount a horse and gallop of with the
spirit and rec'ness of a yong man'.
A highly : espectcd citizen is lost to
re grand, buit Skin Eruptions reb
eof j'y. Bucklen's Arnica Salve
rts t bemt; also Old. Ruonning and
ver Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felouis,
mrus, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns,
is. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
.. Pile cure o'n earth Drives ont
in, and Aches On:ly N ets. a box.
ore guiaraniteed Sold by McMaster
and in,uenzainvariably leave
the with a bad For
is ighly recommended. h won
derfed remedy gives relief at on
conquers the worst cough oernigh
andt soon effects a thorough cure.
Cures Grippe and Influenza.
Doses are smal ad pleasant to toke. Dotss
rccom:nend it. Price 25 cts. AaU druggists
Services will be held in the follow
ing churches on Sunday:
Presbyterian-11 a. m. by the pas
tor. Sunday School at 5 p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 6 p. m.
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
Rev. C. E. McDonald. Service at 11
a. m. and 7.30 p. m . Sunday School
at 4 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednes.
day at 4 p. m.
Methodist-11 a. m. Ennday 8chool
t 5 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednes
lay at 4.30 p. m.
Bua The Ki YoU NaS Alhays k#l
QOXI"@ A"~ 001' O.
Rev. J. L. Freeman went to Ridge
Mr. E. 3. Ragsdale has returned
Mr. J. W. Reed, of Chester, spent
Friday in town.
Mr. Will Boyd, of flidgeway, Was
in town Thursday.
Mr. Ed Boyd paid his Bore friends
a tying visit Thursday.
Mr. Jas. A. Brice went down the
road Friday en business.
Mrs. Brockington and Miss Lila
went to Columbia Friday.
Mr. Charles Jennings was expected
home Friday evening on Account of
Dr. J. W. Team sme up from
Ridgeway Thursday afternoon to at
Mr. Gregg MeMaster' returned from
the medical college in Charleston
Mr. James Wilson Hanaban is spend
ing several days in Richmond and
other points north.
Mr. John Wilson, of Ridgeway, at
tended Faust here Thursday night and
rtrned on the midnight train.
Xis Life Was Saved.
Mr. J. R. Lilly, a prominent citizen
f Hannibal, Mo., lately had a won
erful deliverance from a frightful
eath. In telling of it he says: "I
as taken with Typhod Fever, that
an into Pneumonia. My lungs be
cme hardened. I was so weak I
ouldn't even sit up in bed. Nothing
elpd me. I expected to soon die of
onsumption, when I heard of Dr.
e~ great relief. I continued to use
and now am well and strong, I
t say too much in its prvise." This
relons medicine is the surest and I
tickest cure in the world for all al
roat and Lanw Trouble. Regular i,
es 50 cents and $1.' - Trial bottles
e at McMark -9 drug store, g,
ry bottle g'iar' 'til.
XXI. JANU 3.AUDEEDALE. c
Some Fursher Detais In Nor Bebair.
he passing away of Mrs. Jane Lan
irdale removes from our midst one
the moat 'prominent citizens of
!innsboro. For more than Ifty years
ic has been prominently identiled
ith the social, business, and religioum
erests of our town. The death of
is woman deserves more than a
assing notice from our hands. Nor fi
g, active, and useful life w as spent t]
are among us, and her death means,
t only a loss to her immediate fami- h
r, but to the community at large, in h~
'hich she was held in highest esteem. b
Mrs. Lauderdale was Miss Jane
aussell, and was born in County
lown, Ireland, May 14th, 182, and y
cd in Winnaboi-o, S. C., April 2nd, I
OO, lacking only a few weeks of ~
ig sevcnty-eight years of age. On i
larch 8th, 1843, she was married in j
eland to Mr. Montgomery Lemmon,
d in November of the same year the
oung couple emigrated to America, I
d arrived in WI,nsboro in January,
144. Mr. Lemmon died August 23rd, 1
849. The fru~t of his union wan three
hildren, two er whom, Mrs. 3. 0.
ng and Mrs. J. W. Bolick, survive,
e other, James Montgomery Lem
ion, having died -Novemaber lIbh,
On June 8th, 1852, she was married
Dr. David Lauderdale. The fruit
fthis union was six childrem, four of
rhom Burvive. The Irst horn, an in
'ant son, died when a month old, and
aie M., the wife of Mr. Thos. P.
ryso, diesi in 1194. Those who sur
ve are, Th>s. W. anid George R.
asndrdale and Mrs. J. L. Bryson, of
his place, and Mrs. W. T. Blakeley, of
rn, S. C. This is a brief out line of
Mrs. Lauderdale wan a wvoman of
ret energy. For nearly fifty years
e was actively mngaged in the mser
sntile basiness, and was eminently
uecesful. At the close of the war
e and her husband had acenmulated
iconsierab'e fortune, which was en
rey destroyed by fire, when Sher
sian made bis memorable march to the
sea. They began anew, after the war,
ad by bard work they repaired their
broken fortune, and continned to be
uecessfl. While actively engaged
n buiess, Mrs. Lauderdal.- did not
neglect the affairs of (be a';me. She
rained her childrer ini the fear of the
Lord, and made the homse attractive
Another striking thing about Mrs.
Lauderdale was ar religious ckarac
ter whieh was of the highest type. She
was one of the oldest members of the
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
Chursh, and her -aeat in the sanctuary
was rarely vacant. She loved her
church, and did much tor It, and lived
her religion, in her home, and every
where. Those who have been with
her much in the last few years could
see that she was ripening for heaven.
She came to the grave "in a full age,
likd as a shock of corn someth in his
Mrs. Lauderdale was a woman of
strong character. Of thq strictest in
tegrity, kind-hearted, pious and ener
getic. She lived a noble life, and
died with the love and' esteem of all
among whom :she lived her long and
useful life. In her death, the com
munity loses -a gond woman, the
church a staunch . py i r, an er
children a devo 'nd loving mother.
They have th "Impathy of all the
communi-ty i Ir bereavement.
Bears th The lind You Has Always Begh4t
The death of Mr. P. M. Spence was
quite a shock to the community at
large, as very few knew that he was
sick. Mr. Spence was a true man and
a good citizen--tiue to his friends and
his convictions whatever they might
be. His loss will not only be felt by
his family, but by the town and com
The farmers of this vicinity have
been putting in good time, and from
all indications the usual crop of cotton
will be planted.
The oat crop is not very promising.
The farmers complain that they are
"off in color"-look red and not a
County Supervisor Tennant was in
Quite a party went to Winnsb%ro
last night to attend "Faust"-Misses
Isabel Ruff and Daisy Wilson, and Mr.
John Wilson, Dr. James Team and
Mr. W. C. Boyd. L.
April 6, 1900.
Bismarek's Iron Nerve
Was the result of his splendid health
Indomitable will and tremendous
energy are not found where Stomach,
Liver, Lidneys and Bowels are out of
order. If you want these qualities
and the success they bring, use Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They develop
every power or train and body. Only
25c. at McMaster Co.'s drug store.
Miss Jennie Beaty, who has been
teaching school at Yeasterville, arrived
hme Thursday to spend a day or two
with her parents. Little Miss Sallie
Stne accompanied her.
Fer Over Fifty Yeas
Ms. Vinstow's SOOTHINt STEUP
i been used for over fifty years by 5
illions of mothers for their children
hile teething, with perfect success.
soothes the child, softens the gums, at
lays alt pain, cures wind colic, and
the best remedy for diarrhoea. It
ill relieve the poor little suferer a
mediately. Sold by druggists in
ery part of the world. Twenty-ive ti
ints a bottle. Be sure and ask for q
fr. Winslow's Soothing Syrap,"
ad take ne other kind. 1-1-17 p
Rev. Peter Stokes and bride and ..
r. Henry Stokes and bride passed
rough Winusboro Friday en route to
arly Branch after a bridal tour north.
Ne Bight to Ugliness.
The woman who is lovely in face,
irm and temper will always have
iends, but one who would be attrac
e must keep her health. If she is
!ea, sickly and all run down, she
ill be nervous and irritable. If she
d constipation or kidney trouble,
er impure blood will cause pimples,
lotchea, skin eruptions and a wretch
complexion. Electric Bitters is the
est medicine in the world to regulate
~omac, liver and kidneys and te
urify the blood. It gives strong
erves, bright eyes, smooth, velvLty
kin, rich complexion. It will make a
oodlooking, charming woman of a
un-down invalid. Only 50 cents at
leMaster Co.'s drug store.
Mrs. T. a. Bryan returned to Co
ambia Friday after spending several
Lays with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. .
). E. Jordan.
icr Tnats azi Chidreei. 1
[ Te Kid Y kisnAlaysIUeght
LETTERS OF ADINISTL >
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
IRS. B. JOH N8T O, .Es., Jude Prebats
WHERE AS, R H. Jennings, Clerk
of Court, hath made suit to me
:o grant him letters of administration
) the estate and eftects of B. F. Boul
These are ther ef >re to cite and ad
nonish all and singular the kindred and
reditors of the said B. F. Boulware,
jeceased, that they be and appear
before me, in the Court of Pr'o
ate, to be held at Fairfield Court
House, South Carolina, on the 4th
ay of May next, after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have,
why tae said Administration should
sot be granted.
Given under my hand this 4th day
ef April, Anno Domini 1900.
S. R. JOHNSTON,
-6 Judge of Probate.
Women as Well as Me'n
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preys upon the r ind, dis
courages and lessensambition; b't, vi
.... and che Iuness soon
S - 3dsPUVwhen the kid
neys arq* out of order
KidDh'ey trouble has
- becomb so prevalent
that It is not uncommon
fora hUd to be born
afflict6--with wek kid
MeYs- If Ihe child urin
. Idtes the Ioften, if the
rne scalds the flesh or iwhen the child
reaches an age when it 64ild be able to
control the passage, it is t afflicted with
bed wetting, depend upon. it. the cause of
the difficulty is kidney tr%uble, and the first
step should be towardq the treatment of
these important or;,'. This unpleasant
trouble Is due to a ed condition of the
kidne and bla and-not to a habr:as
Women as well as men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists, in fifty
cent and one dollar
sizes. You may have a
sample bottle by mail
free, also pamphlet tell- naaw of swap-Root.
ing all about it, Including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
mention this paper.
PRESTON RION, Agest
PACTFIC FM J18TSIII E11PIY
Solisits a -sare of the public patron
I WILL STAND MY STANDAVE:
BRED JACK this season at Wi. W'
boro. He is fifteen hands high, b! Z
with white points; weighs me h..a.
dred peands. He took the first pr,ce
at the last State Fair. Insurance. IAn
Dollars. J. I. WREELEIR.
A 5cen pakag o ESte g
The NG OasU
tAt 6.otpcaeo atri
DCeswl rde nulmtdaon
We arel egetinW ns
r reshe est
riezs Dl ike r
einz'sol Cuues in Wbulk.
Hezsk fomato' Ctsup.
Heinz's Dillserves bule
Heinz's Appletsd Butern
Heinz's CunceMers in bulk
Hinz's Preservsn bulk.ap
~rated fruits. We have them
1 Prunes, Apples, Peaches
I hare a nlice sel3ction just
pened for inspection from which
o select your Christmas Presents,
SLEEVE and COLLAR
and FANCY GOODS.
Also, nic. presents in China
nd Rogers k Bros'. Celebrated
Plated Wares, as cheap and relia
le as they een be bought any
Call soon and make 'your selee
C. M. Chandcler.
bET AN EARLY START
On Your Spring Shopping.
We aPe Iead-y to Help You b
Showirig 8prirIg G0oods.
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 all
bought cheap. The early buyers will get the ad
We will'show you good, value in White 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
quality, 5oc and 75c.
We have many new things to show and you will
be interested. Give us a call.
The Caldwell Dry Goods Company.
are easier to get right than.. most
any other kind. There seems to.
be More scientific thought .,put
33. , into. their construction. Stillr
there are nog. end -
. of "scrub oaks".
- made, and no'end
SOL . - of shoe deslers who
SELZ ON TE'O will try ~to work
them off on thie un
suspecting. Maybe 'a there's more profit
in sales of that kind, but we don'
think it's the kind- of profit--we w
If we couldn't give - -fullvalue for
rnce and that
CT MY LINE OF
Send Us One Dollar.
But this ad. oZ and send it to us with one .deBar ad we
lately the grandest bargain ev:r heard of and a better i
oubabdcotainh 1s117 45.000 more words than webSar
seer'tstUa bed D4tonsze udhas
sE @WIE P her elsec enaad I saA ~ i4I
Fabisersan prant.'cuers. . Akron, Ope
TheRY531 arbne eaadgehs. nhle :oir.o1 -.e.A
MUEStafw ooiMrs,iY a ai t.ezAkot ho
, Puhe Wrss.Myma ereona . hr~i :a-d-t -
'LJSAr nrI VED uI~e i
LS, or ontie frgood aabe
wiln pay the highes ash price for all th utlir
ByL gg jeg. The people who are the wisest .Judge
of qualities and values. Our
have a few nice BUGGIEs that 1Ifrigo
will sell cheap for cash. FLOUR, BACON,
and all other lines of Staple and Fanoy
I have employed Mr. Arthur Owens 6roceries can be accepted as the best
for the present year. He ilbegaproduced. W' - *r- e h ak
o aye his friends cali on him and do folh, hie t o the uahetst
oe business. goods, and the result of our sucessful
. *u~ .. 1 buying is here for our customers...
A3 wio u we have just received a ine let .1
9I arly Rose and Goodrich Seed Pota
boes; also Onion sets.
Wu-s... =o = J. D. MOCAELUY hiCA
A full assortment of.et
' t selec from.
Prices to c4te with asy
Cards printed from plate
$1." per 10.
New plates from
goo to $1.*
/I such orders to
R. RAN DT
TieklML 6 a Tarm kAe
ase .eerm a6e ass
GIVEUS A CdANCE
Uv.~ 7Pemy .
kene is kept ookn
INALL ITS W
wMt a 'fanl steek ofn
Gas ad CoSas, esassaIy .
sand ui'.f heas whe.i.n
- eshaMamadedWMa a he.
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