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WINNSBORO, :. C. g~
Tharsday, April 12. - - 1900
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LIEUT. M.YASEEE DIITINGUQsKE sh
RIMSELF. th
The American, pub!i;hed at Manila, d
gives tha following graphic account, a
in whieh a young South Carolinian gr
played a conspicuous part. Lient. m
ch
MeMaster is a sosi of the lste Col. s
F. W. McMaster who i3 well known of
in Winnsboro: br
On the morning of the 3rd of De- L
cember about 11 o'clock, A company, t
our advance party, was fired on by sP
the insurrectors from tbeir mountain Pa
intrenebments. But the moment the Jl
firing commenced, Lient. McMaster, g
under orders from Captain Batchelor, l
at once deployed his company to the E1
right and opened fire on the insurrec- to
tot from the opposite hills, but finding
their fire inefeetive from so great a of
distance, moved on down the gulch by
that was covered with high grass, and eZ
fallen trees, recentty felled by the n
enemy as an impediment, and on up w
the mountain occupied by the insur- be
gents, and while under a galling fre to
charged their entrenchments, killing 6 ac
and wounding 17, securing many la
rounds of ammunition, riies, horses lif
and prisoners. While H company,
lead by Lieutenant MeMaster, was us
working its way through the gulch to H
charge the enemy, A, F, and K com- an
panies kept up a deadly fire holding -
them in their trenches, killing and
wounding many, when they were 0
forced to beat a retreat.
All went well until the 7th when the
battalion moved forward with H com
pany in advance. Everything was in
perfect order and the boys were itch
ing for a scrap. They did not have y
long to wait, for the battalion had not
been on the march more than two hours
when H company's advance guard on
nsaring the banks of the Rio Grande.
preparatory to crossing the river and
entering the city of Naguilion, were
greeted with a volley of Remington
and Maser bullets, but the boys were
equal to the emergensy and in less
than 3- minutes the entire battalion
was deployed and pouring volley after
volley into the very trenches of the kid
enemy. The insurrect"s knew it
would certainly be a long range ight, h
as the river was at least 2 hundred
yards wide and unfordable, and they *
held their strong stations behind en
trenchments. The boys made several tr
charges to the very water's edge but bmi
were unabile to unlodge the e my all
After about 2 hoars Ighting of is nin
nd n hie rcal
to s*im e river with ,
deadly fire, lank the eemy, dri
them from their trenches, when th~efoon
battalion would make short work of Iwo
them. Among those who volunteered Iand
to go were, Lieut. Miller, Corporal by a
Johnson, Co H, Privates Amos cent
Stuckey L. J. Clarke, Benjamin es
Gorde, Co "H," and Co. "F" men ac- sm
cepted, and at once moved down the fre
river to the left of the enemy, and out i
while the battalion held the insurrec- Men
tos' attention in their trenches, they & C
proceeded under a very heavy ire to --
cross the river almost in the mouths F
of the enemy's riles, carrying their (
guns and bolts of ammunition with
them, all reaching the bank in safety
except Corporal Johnson, who was
killed within a tew feet of the bank.
Once on shore, with a yell and volley'
that sent the fear of God through the 2
insarrectos, they charged their en
trenchments and sent them helter- P
skelter from their strongholds, and
the battalion on the opposite bank
-made many good Filipinos 'before they
could run out of reach of the deadly
Krag. Casualties to the battalion St
were 8 wounded 1 killed. To the in- ceries
surrectos 13 killed 76 wounded. So Wi
great was their surprise on being fred trade
on from their flank, that they stamn- are p:
peded. leaving their killed and tom )
wour.ded in the very trenches where We
they fell, to be buried and cared for goodi
by the battalion.
MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR
A Fleasant Lemon T.aIe ,
For biliousness, constipation and ap- and
pendicitis. gener
For indigestion, sick and nervous -W
headaches. Come
For sleeplessness, nervousness and
heart failure.W
For fever, chills, debility and kidney eV
diseases, take Lemon Elixir.
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 you in any of
the above named diseases. 60s and
81.00 bottles at all druggists.
Prepared by Dr. H. Mosley, Atlanta,
Ga.
As the CapiteL.
I am in my seventy-third year, and
for fifty years I have been a (et
angerer from Indigestion, constipation
and biliousness. I have tried all 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 desh rap
idly. I commenced asing Dr. Mozley's
Lemon Elixir. I gained t welve pounds
in three months. My strength and i
health, my appetite and my indigestion
were perfectly restored, and new I
feel as young and as vigorous as I
ever did in my life. L. J. ALLDRED,
Doorkeepor Ga. State Senate,
state Capitol, Atlanta, Ga.
Mozieys Lemnon Elixir
is the very best medicine I ever usedC
for lbe diseases you recommend it for,...
and I have used many kinds for wo
man's troubles. M
Mis. 8. A. Girsnuc,
Salem, N. C. Ol
XozLars LEMOX HoT DEO?s. mrtgag
Cures all Conghs, Colds, Hoarseneas, Xeoou
Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Hemorrha:e, ual ex
and all throat and lung diseases. Ele- A.
gant, reliable. 25e at druggists. Pre
pared only by Dr. H. Mez!ey, Atlanta, s.g
IN XaKOaaLL.sLLITQrr "rriIALO
The Groom Well Known More.
One of the most notable social
ents of the season was the beautiful
dding on Wednesday last of Mr.
3. Mackorell and Miss Corinna
liott. The marriage ceremony was
rformed at the residence of the
ide's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
liott, on Dunlap street, at 3 o'clock
the afternoon, the Rev. A. N. Brun
a, pastor of the Methodist Church,
islating. Quite a number of invited
ests were present and witnessed the
pressive ceremony. The parlor,
teption room and ball were taste
ly and artistically decorated with
ergreens and choice flowers for the
casion, and handsome burning lamps
ed a soft, pleasing light throughout
a darkened rooms.
The bride was elegantly attired in a
rk gray traveling suit and presented
)isture of exquisite loveliness. The
oom wore the regulation black, and
ide a handsome partner for his
arming bride.
After receiving the congratulations
relatives and friends present, the
ide and groom were drive, to the
k U. depot, where they boarded
a afternoon train for Blackstock, to
sad a few days with the latter's
rents. They were accompanied by
is Pet Mackorell, sister of the
oem, little Miss Charlette Galloway,
i niece, and Messrs. L. S. and John
liott, uncles of the bride, the latter
ro going en to Columbia.
As is well known, the groom is one
Lancaster's most suecessful young
siness men. Of sterling character,
emplary babits, genial and aecom
dating, he is deservedly popular
ith all who know him. And he is to
congratulated upon his good for
ne in winning so estimable, modest,
eomplished and attractive a young
ly as Miss Elliott as a partner for
I.
The bride was the recipient of many
eful, beautiful and costly presents.
ir father's gift was a horse, a superb
ima.-Lancaster Ledger.
ver-Work Weakens
Your Kidneys.
healthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through is
ur kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your a
blood purifiers, they fil
- J ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
If they are sick or out
of order, they fail to do
0 their work. da
Pains, achesandrheu- ac
- matism come from ex
- cess of uric acid in the
blood, due to neglected fo
ney trouble. fe
Cidney trouble causes quick or unsteady Di
Lrt beats, and makes one feel as though
y had heart trouble, because the heart Is
t-working inj pumping thick, kidney- go,
soned blood through veins and arteries. su
t used to be considered that only urinary pr
ubles were to: be traced to the kidneys,
now moderp science proves that nearly "
constitution~al diseases have their begin
g in kidne trouble.
f ou are sik you'caamzak o- 7 e
cur
Lsold on I
I druggists i
and ono-dol
You may
>1e bottle by mail Homne of sum~p.lo.
also pamphlet telling you how to find
you have kidney or bladder trouble.
ion this paper when writing Dr. Kilmrer
., Binghamton: N. Y."""
irmers, ***
*** Attention I
(OW Id THE TIME TO BUT
antation
Supplies,
ra STOCK OF HEATY GRO
Sis new complete.
Seater specially for the farmers'
,We know what they need, and
repared to serve them and at bet- A
prces.
also carry a nice line of shelf Dyes
I-ef p
SHO38, HATS, of d
DET GOODS, All
NOTIONS, Ig
verything usually found in a W
al stere.
Goods delivered to our city trade. and c
and see us.m
R. RABB & CO
GRANITE CONERI. al
prisei
>EBEA R'S rvi
Dyspepsia
Tablets
-Cures
nd igestioni
Di
rans
Was
and and
and
tato
Whij
3ysp.epsia. ,DL
)NEY TO LOAN
proved Farms seenred by Lrat PRE
'cs. Interest I per cent. In
t less than iff9, S to 1 years. PACT]
missions. Eerrewer pays ac
5. h W. D OLAES. Solicits
snaalibro.4. 6.
HN 3. FAI kE M S
. golumbia, 5.'g. 5-26.1
The Kind You Have Always
in use for over 30 years,
and
sonn.I
4e-' o r&Z2507-Allo-ty
All Counterfeits, Imitations
Experiments that trifle wit]
Infants and Children-Expe
What is C
Castoria is a harmless sub;
goric, Drops and Soothing
contains neither Opium, M
substance. Its age is its gu
and allays Feverishness. It
Colic. It relieves Teething
and Flatulency. It assiniil
Stomach and Bowels, givin:
The Children's Panacea-Tv
CENUINE CASI
Bears the
The Kili YoII uH
In Use For 0
ThC GCNTA COMPANY. T1 M{
ANNOUNCEMENTS
FOR ShlERIFf
I hereby announce ny-:elf a candi
Lte for the office of Sheriff for Fair
:ld County, and will abide by the
ion of the Democratic primaries.
JAS. W. BOLI K.
FOR CLERK.
[hereby announce myself as a candi
te for Clerk of Court, subject t, the
tion of the Democratic primaries.
JNO. R. CRAIG.
hereby announce myself a <andidate
the office of Clerk of Court for Fair
Id County, subject to the action of the
;mocratic primaries. R V. BRAY.
hereby announce myself as a.candidate
'lerk of Court for~ Fairfield County,
iect to the action of the Democratic
Lary. JAS. A. BRICE.
DYEING FOR FUN.
-cent packagre of Easter Eg
ill prodnee an unlimited amout
lnsre. There is a Isrge variety
igs and colors in each.
1 aw this sesn and very pleas
,lso carry a full line of Diamond
her Dyes.
assortment of.Perfumery, Soaps
oilet Articles is particularly in
g. Made so by the highest
tyf the goods and moderate
loMaster Co.
~TTENTION
F THE LADIES
S CALLED TO
A LINE OF
~INWVARE
I HAVE JUST
RECEIVED.
h Pans, Ketchin Fans, D&iry
Padding Pans, Jelly PaDs,
Pans, Columbia, Scolloped
lain Pie Plates, Tea, Bowl
Gravy Strainera, Graters, Po- 4
ashers, Curd Moulds, Egg
., Toasters, Stove Kettle.,
[e tle., 'Tea, Table andt B.ast
poors, Colandern, C,:
, Biscuit Cut ters, A' .
, SEIGLER I
STON RION, Agent1
1 FIRE IXBJWE SQIPkY
SFNEWY9R.
s.aare of the public patron
-as bornc tie signatnre of
as been miade u"_ndcr his per
pervsion since its infancy.
no c:e to deceive you in this.
and " Just-as-good" are but
i and endanger the health of
rience against Experiment.
ASTORIA
ititute for Castor Oil, Pare
Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
Drphine nor other Narcotic
arantee. It destroys Worms
cures Diarrhoea and Wind
rroubles, cures Constipation
Ltes the Food, regulates the
i healthy and natural sleep.
Le Mother's Friend.
ORIA ALWAYS
Sign.ature of
e. Always Bought
ver 30 Years.
IRRAV 3TRZ--T. NE~W YORK GZTY.
2 -TO
ROOD, MULES
FOR SALE.
Boug tjriht
mamre will**
eap.*e
I
H EADACIE
is only a symptom-not a
disease. So are Backache,
Nervousness, Dizziness and the
Blues. They all come from an
unhealthy state of the men
strual organs. If you suffer
from any of these symptioms
if you feel tired and languid in
the morning and wish you could
lie in bell another hour or two
--If there is a bad taste in the
mouth, and no appetite -if
there is pain in the side, back
or abdomen-BRADFIELD'S
FEMALE REGULATOR will
bring about a sure cure. The
doctor may call your trouble
some high-sounding Latin
name, but never mind the name.
The trouble is in the menstrual
organs, and Bradfield's Female
Regulator will restore you to
health and regulate the menses
like clockwork.
THE BRtADHIELD R~EGU7LATOR CO.
ATLAJTA, GA.
1851
B[5T PRrIpAR[D
PAINT 0
MADE BY tc
fATAd1I.w.AnAll
GnKIIAGO
v.45.A.
MOPAtiT00
For Salea By
FOR SA.LE BT
. JOBEA R. di
SUMMONS.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, T
COUrT OF rAIMLD. Win
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. O0 ]
Bank of Ridgeway, of Ridgeway, try.
S. C., Plaintif, blac
against ben
J. W. Ray, Defendant. feet
Summons. For Relief. not
To the Defendant above-named: Red
YOU are hereby summoned and re- was
quired to answer the complaint sired
in this action, which was iled in the Jay.
olse of the Clerk of the Court of of t
Common Pleas, for the said County, grac
on 15th March, 1900, and to serve a of ti
copy of your answer to the said com- of e:
plaint on the subscribers at their offices, A
Nos. b and 6 Law Range, Winnsboro, frc:
South Carolina, within twenty days also
after the service hereof, exlusive of Ti
the day of such service; and, if you "t
fail to answer the complaint within the add:
time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this
action will apply to the court for the 4.10
relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated 15th March, A. D. 1900.
A. 5. k W. D. DOUGLAMS,
Plaintiff's Attorneys. S
To the defendant, J. W. Ray:
Take notice that the complaint to
gether with the summons, of which 3yA
the foregoing is a copy, together with
the complaint, was filed in the office A
of the Clerk of the Court of Common to g
Pleas, at Winnsboro, County of Fair- of ti
field, in the State aforesaid, on 15th war,
Mareb, 1900.
A. S. k W.D. DOUGLASS, mom
S-17-6t Plaintiff's Attorneys. ena
eebefo
SUMMONS.
" Hon
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, d&T
here
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. . Go
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. wh
B. M. Grier, Plaintiff, Gi
against of A
R. H. Jennings, as Administrator of
the estate of John H. Clamp, de- 4"
ceased, M. R. Clamp, W. Fletcher -
Clamp. Lillie Read. Jessie Clamp
John Clamp, Eliza J. gcruggs, and
The Bank of Ridgeway, Defendants.
Copy Summona for Relf.
To the Defendants above named :,
YOU are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in
this action, which is filed in the offiee
of the Clerk of the Court of Common
Pleas for the said County, and to serve
a copy of your answer to the said com- got
plaint on the subscribers at their offices
above The Winnsboro Bank, Winns- E
boro, S. C., within twenty days after
the. service hereof, exclusive of the a
day of such service; and if you fail to
answer the complaint within the time ..
aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action es
will apply to the Court for the relief j
demanded in the complaint. .
December 23rd, A D 1899. -e
RAGSDALE & RAGSDALE,
Plaintiff's Attorneys..
To the Defendant Eliza J. Scrugg : -
Take notice, that the complaint I
in this action (together With the sum'
mons of which the foregoing is a copy),
was filed in the office of the Clerk of :
the Court of Commen Pleis, at Winns- *
boro, in the County of Fairfield, in -
the State of South C olina, on the
RAGSDALE & RAGSDALE,
3-17-6c Plaintiff's Attorneys.
son,
The Time Oemee
to every elderly woman when an im- ,,. a
portanit functional change takes place- " Cho
This is called"'The Change' of Life'" i
Theentiresy stemnundergoes achanuge. .Coln
Dreadful diseases such as cancerad .'
consumption are often contracted at "Te
this time. a mek
"~ Graa
Wine rof Cdul-"=
Ar. Chara
strengthens and purifis the entire . m
menstrual troubles, but is especially *
recommended at this time. Ask Ar. Jacka
your d.ug's for the famous Wine of *ram
Cardul. jz.oo a bottle. ariv an<
For advice ii cases requiring special .
directions, address the "Ladies' Ad- Excenlu
visor-y Detiztent," The Chatta- FIlis
nooga Mecin Co., Chattanooga, (* i
Ten. *
[--Jodliday... iuit
I have a nice selection just W A
>ened for inspection from which WSIbII
select your Christmas Presents,
naisting of
SLEEVE and COLLAR
BUTT'ONS,
PINS,
RINGS, LILi
BRACELETS, BRED J
and FANCY GOODS. b:,ro. Ii
with a hii
Also, nice presents in China dred poni
d Rogers k Bros'. Celebrated at the I?st
ited Wares, as cheap and ralia-D.ir.
as they een be bought any
ere. a
Jail soon and make your sole.- d
n. f
.M. Chandler. -
The One Day Cold Cure. The
or colds and sore throat use Kertmott's Gmoe- Kermott's
a4veuinaine. Easily' taken as# mlditheh
care Ukee
W, A. W.
at registered stallion W. A. W.
be at Mr. Henry Refo's etable is
neboro on Saturday of each week.
londays at the farm; balance of
at his former stands in the coan
He is seven years old, bay, with
k points. HeIght, 16; has good
and muscle; no blemish or de.
He is strong, trictionless in
oz, kind in disposition, and a per
roadster. His sire is the celebrated
Wilkes, His dam, Betsey Baker,
the mother of trotters. She was
I by Dictator, who was the sire of
dye-See, 2 10, of Director, 2 07,
he invincible Direetum, 2.04, the
idsire of Nancy Hanks, the qveen
otters, and the sire of many others
ctreme spred.
Iton-g a twed trotter with per
kt,.e ac ion, W. A. W. pssesses
sadd.e gaits i.t aaperior qualitt
rus, 15 00 m insure c:,tr. For
ntied pedigice and certified record
JOHN G. MOBLEY,
-SE Winnsboro, S. C.
LETTERS OF A ISTRLTIGJ.
ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COVXTT OF J1A1JILD.
r. JORxBTOX,a q.,Jus4EProem
rBEREAS, B. H. Jennings, Clerk
of Court, bath made suit to me
rant him letters of adminisration
to estate and efeets of B. F. Boal.
,, deceased:
tese are therefore to site and ad
ish all and singular the kindred and
itors of the said B. F. Boalware,
ased, that they be and appear
re me, in the Court of Pro
, to be hold at Fairield Court
se, South Carolina, on the 4th
of May nect, after publication
of, at 11 o'elock in the fore
a, to show cause, if any they have,
the said Administration should
be granted.
,en under my hand this 4th da.
pril, Anno Domii 100.
S. R. JOHNSTON,
Judge ef Probate.
OUTHERN RAIISWAV.
rl Thim at Jso]onvi'll and ef8sand
astern Time at Oth PaliS.
hn.. ia i eeot ebruary
reasaso1trD.
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taes Drinwngiionw
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and Yrk Ex to
a wrorucobs an
cars Charlaak.
1=h.1.
ands-.S Es al
zagars between re
viadany een,
btweea
JOTICE. I
5 STAND MY STANDARD-.0
ACK :his season at Wina-lI
e is hf.ees handu high, blaek I
e pimt.*; weigh. :-ine ham-I
ad.. He took the dret prise It a
ata'e Fair. I' esu.-ase. Tenots
J1 1. '1 MEELER. strUC
gans.
...... . ant a
can
- - .. tant
dif . Yem cae.. Sick]
O ... alwlo.t:s08
OreDay' Cold Cure. IPrepc
Chocolates far
ma sad sore throat. dre tahes
NEWS m.
- and
.* HERALD.
TrimWukNv,8 a Ya isAeae
#ekly,':1.M a Toeli Au'
$LITThR MAS,
3ILL DUAB5,
LAWYs' 3am.
LINS, -
X@GrAUb,4
eIWLhna.
ad everything Aijeb hme dos
kome is kept at he.e.
DO YOU
eed Stationery of any kin d?
re have what you
LIKE
fine Stationery of all gradese
d when.you start out
TO.GET
Ltionery of any kind come - -
d see ours before buying.
ad when you start to write
LETTERS
distant friends or relatives
can show something that
ui need in Pens, Ink, Pen
i, etc.
Don't farget us when you
in need
H. McMaster
Drageists. -
~spepsia Cure
igests what you eat.
~tincialydigethtefoodadaidt ,
re in stezteiga n eon
tn the exate dis e r
nd tonic. No other p~sMc
ierresultso lmpelcdos .
ired by E. C. DemTT aCO.Chingq

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