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Saturday, May 5, - - - 1900
-Soe citation published elsewhere.
-Do not fail to read the advertise
mext of TamnhA in this paper.
-Mr. Arthur M. Owens is an
nonnced for Coroner in this issue.
-Sheriff Ellison announces himself
for re-election in this morning's issue.
-Mr. Moss Mobley is having an ad
dition built to his house on Main street.
-If you want stylish and up-to
date millinery, go to Mrs. J. D. Me
The easiest and most effective method
of purifying the blood and invigorat
ing the system is to take DeWitt's Lit
tle Early Risers, the famous little pills
for cleansing the liver and bowels.
-Hennies, the photogra'pher, of
Columbia, is now in Winnsboro. Call
at once and have your photos made. -
-The musical festival given at
Converse College beginning on May
gad has ended and those who left
Winnsboro to attend the concerts are
expected to arrive home this afternoon.
"DoWitt'i Little Early Risers are
the finest pills I ever used."-D. J.
Moore, Millbrook, Ala. They quickly
care all liver and bowel troubles. Mc
-The commencement exercises of
the State Normal and ladustrial
chool for solored people took place
this week and a large class was grad
nated. In this class Fairield had one
or two representatives, and these have
returned to their homes.
-Mrs. Hilliard Wylie, who has been
quite ill at sker home near town for
some time, was said to be critically ill 7
on Thursday, and much anxiety was q
felt about her sondition. It is hoped
that a change for the better will take
4"After suffering from piles for if- b
e red byusing two i
=boxes of 1kI-Wf IR
Salve," writes W. J. Baxter, North
Brook, N. C. It heals -everything. s
Beware of counterfeits. McMaster Co. if
-Miss Nannie Cummings expects to V
leave New York in a few .daye for
Mexico to visft ter sister, Miss Ray c
Cummings, who is spending some
time in the mountains of Mexico. It
is probable that on her way to Mexico
Miss Cummings will stop in Winns
boro on a visit to relatives.
-Miss !Nannie Montgemory, State b
librarian, was married on Tuesday to
Mr. Franklin Barham, of Columbia. f,
The wedding took place in the Metho
dist Church. Miss Montgomery has f,
several times visited the family of
Prof. W. H. Witherow in town and g
the news of her wedding will there.
fore. be of much interest to the friends *
' during her visit hers
ays, "I cannot say o -t
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. ne ox
of it cured what the doctors called an
Inourainle uleer on -my jaw." Cures c
piles a'sd all skin diseases. Look out. a
for worthless imitations. McMaster
--Miss Amelia Landerdale, who has
been qaite ill at Dr. Pryor's hospital
in Chester, arrived in Winnsboro on
Thursday, having recovered suffcient
ly to travel. She was accompanied
byher sister, Miss Lauderdale, and
are the guests of Mrs. James Bryson.
Their visit to Winusboro will be very
short as they leave to-day for Nash
ville. Miss Lauderdale's friendti are
glad to know that she is eonvalescent.
-A copy of the Davidson College
Magazine containing an article on
Thomas Woodward, ,the tRegnlator,
has been received at this offce. The
article is extremely well written aid is
most interesting and rafiects much
credit upon the author, Mr. D.J.
Richardson, of Sim~psoni'9, flO~fitch
dent at Davidson Collegar#Yolation
of the life of the 1~da number of
ary soldier4a~t .his life. The,
intr regulator in the Wood
- buryIng ground, near town, is C
famlia to meat Fairfield p~eople, andI
his grandson, Major T. W. Wood ward,
has marked the grave by a handsome a
ad stomach trouble twenty years l'
eup hopes of being cured till
Iabe o uise Kodol Dyspepiia Cure.
I~ bg -me so much good I call it
It hs f my life," writes W. R.
'teiins ip - It digests ,
what yrou t- eMaster .
With a na,. ice hotae at our place
of buainesrin the Des~ortes block,
we will be eady to serve the public in
a few daV- F. Mi. Habenicht.
E EDBY LIGHTNING.
A teleplpas message was receiveda
in Winn.>Oro on Thursday afternoon
~~Fsaying that ex-8hepf W. H. Hood,*
of Cisster, had beeg killed that after
noon by ightuingt while riding horse
back ho bl held to his house.
Both the hp's, and Mr. Hood were
killed. 'y 'had been Sheriff of
Chesty ounty for twelve years-1884
-adwas a candidate in the next
Miss Agnes Seibies, of Columbia, is e
expected to day to visit Mrs. Henr y
L Elliott. c
N "After suffering from severe dyspep-l
uia over t welve years and using many |t1
remedier witbout permanent good I a
Anally took Kodol Dyspepbia Cure. It ,
did me so muel, good I recommend it s
iso everyone," writes J. E. Watkins, 3
Clerk and Recorder, Chillicothe, Mo. I
It digests what you eat. McMaster Co. I
Mt. Zion Society.
Members are uitiied that there
will be a meeting or the society in the
town hall on Mo:day, the 7th imot., at
.30 a. m to elect th ree (1) t ustees
for school di'trict No. 14. Ia ac
cordance wi!h the recett Lct of the
G. H. Mctaster-,
I. A. Gailard, President.
He Fooled Ihe Surgeons.
All doc:ors told Renick Hamilton,
f West Jefferon, 0., after suffering
18 months from Rectal Fistula, he
would die unless a costly operation
was performed; but he cured himself
with five boxes of Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, the surest Pile cure on Earth,
&nd the best Salve in the World. 25
uents a box. So!d by McMaster Co.,
Are you willing to be convinced that
we can sell you choice up-to-date mil
linery goods at be lowest prices?. If
you are, kindly call on us before pur
hasing. J. 0. Boag.
Services will be held in the follow
[ug churches on Sunday:
Presbyterian-11 a. m. by the par
;or. Sunday School at 5 p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 5 p. m.
Methodist-11 a. m. Sunday School
a 5 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednes
iay at 4.30 p. m.
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
tey. C. E. McDonald. Service at 11
i. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School
t 4 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednes
lay at 4 p. m.
Baptist-Preaching at 11 a. m. and
'.30 p. m. by the pastor. Sunday
eheol at 10 a. In.
For Over Fifty Years.
MRs. WINSLOW's SOOTHING SYRUP
as been used for over fifty years by
illions of mothers for. their children 3
rhile teething, with ~ffeic~fsuccess. t
. , kcht SO!AUs the gums, 2
lays all pain, cures wind colic, and I
i the best remedy for diarrhoea. It
rill relieve the poor little sufferer
simediately; Sold by druggists in (
very part of the world. Twenty-five 'j
nts a bottle. Be sure and ask for
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,"
nd take no other kind. 1-1-17
COMING AND GOING.
Mr. T. K. Elliott is in Ghester on
Mr. J. E. McDonald left on Friday
Mr. G. L~ White returned home
-om Columbia Thursday.
Mrs. W. D. Douglass returns from
partanburg this afternoon.
Mr. C. 8. Matthews returned home
n Thursday for the summer.
Miss Patti Elliott, who has been at- 1]
Mrs. Robert Bratton, of York u
ounty, spent a few days with Dr. i
d Mrs. R. B. Hanahan this week.'
teusthhaJKid Ysua HgAlways Bought
The Cotton Mill Democratic Club
net on Saturday, to 28th alt., and
roceeded to oma ~,.- execting the
Presdent-R V Gantt.
VicePresident-W H Porter.
Secretary and Treasurer - F A
Dlikals.-'J* Wooten, J W Fields,
..J Bradley. .Alternates-W U Dam
ier, 0 S Dunn.
F A Wright, Secretary.
J. Q. Hood, Justie of the Peace,J
resby, Miss., makes the following
tatement' "I can certify that One
diate Cough Cure Will do all that it I
laimed for it. My wife could not get
er breath and the first dose of it re- <
eved her. It has a'lso benefited my t
shole family." it acts immediately i
d cures coughs, colds, croup, grippe,
ronchitis, asthma and all throat and ~
aug troubles. McMaster Co. t
MONTBLY SUMMARY. C
The following is the recoi d of the
rea f li IUg J.r April:
Mean minimum, 50.6 degrees.
Mean, 59.4 degrees.
Maximum, 79 degrees ; date, 8th.
Minimum, 28 degrees; date, lst.
Total, 6 96 inches. t]
Greatest in 24 hours, 2.10 ; date, 17th (
nd 18th. I
Num!.er of days on which .01 or
tore precipitation fell, 7. b
Number of clear days, 19; number il
f partly cloudy days, 6; number of C
ledy day s, 5. J. W. Seigler,
Discovered by a Woman.
Another great discovery has been.
inde, and that too, by a lady in this,
ountry. "Disease fastened its clut ches
pon her and for seven years she
ritbstood its severest teste, but her
ital oraans were undermxined and
cth seemed imtninent. For three
onts she congbed incessantly, and -
ould not sleep She finally discovered
way to recovery, by purchasing of
a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
over'y for Consumption, and was so I
,uch relieved o-1 taking first dose, that b
he slept all night; and with two bot- n
les, has been absolutely cared. Her b
ame is Mrs. Luther Lutz. "Thus n
rrites W. C. Hammnick & Co., of t1
helby, N. C. Trial bottles free at
lcMater Co.'s drag store. Re'gular
ize 0c and $1.00. Every bottle
THIS MoRNING AT 10 O'CLOCK.
-For several weeks Prof. Witherow
has been giving the pupils of Mt. Zion
practical talks on various phenomena
in connection with the eoming eclipse.
These talks have been very much en
joyed by the pupils and teachers as
has been manifested by the interest
shown not only by kind attention, but
by constant inquiries as to different
points. To-day at 10 o'clock an op
porturity will be given the citizens of
the community to enjoy an hour's study
in preparation for the observance of
the eclipse. At that hour Prof. With
erow will show his sun pictures, many
of which bear directly on the subject
in hand and will be glad to have all
interested persons to come. Any per
ion that has not seen these pietures does
not know how interesting and instruc
tive they are, and as many as possible
should take adnantage of spending the
our from 10 to 11 in so helpful a way.
The Appetite of a Goat
. Is envied by all poor dyspeptics
whose Stomach and Liver are out of
:rder. All such should know that Dr.
King's New Life Pills, the wonderful
Stomach and Liver Remedy, gives a
plendid appetite, sound digestion and
L regular bodily habit that insures per
ect health and great energy. Only
5c at McMaster Co.'s drug store.
S. ing Festival at Charleston, S. C.,
Lay 15 Tickets on sale May 14th
ad 15th; final limit May 19th. Round
Reunion Confederate Veterans,
ouisville, Ky., May 80th to Jane 3rd.
[ickets on sale May 27th, 28th and
9th; final limit Jane 6th. Round
General Assembiy Presbyterian
hurch, St Louis, Mo., May 17th to
'1st. Tickets on sale May 15th, 16th
nd 17th; final limit June 3rd. Round
Annual Session Imperial Council of
Lystic Shrine, Washington, May 22nd
a _2 - Tckets on ale May 20th,
lot and 22ai;na ~='f
tound trip $18.95.
General Assembly Presbyterian
hureh, Atlanta, Ga., May 17 to 26th.
'ickets on sale May 15th, 16th and
7th; final limit May 29th. Round
General Aisembly Cumberland
'resbyterian Church, at Chattanooga, I
lay 17th to 24th. Tickets on sale i
lay 15th, 16th 17th and 18th; final
mit:May 26th. Round trip $14.10.
THE DESIGNER FOR JUNE.
The Designer for June, 1900, pub-.
shed by the Standard Fashion Corn-I'
may ea era numerous stylish and
nique summer garments for ladies,
misses, little girls, boys and tiny tots.
'For the Mummer Girl" is the title of
,beautifally-illustrated article which
lescribes the various costumes re
nired by a young lady for a lengthy
tay at a summer resort, and "For
ieath and Beauty" tells her how to
ook her best while wearing them.
'his month's instalment of 'Points on
)ressaking" gives full instructions,
Lsisted by pictures, for .the making
>f the fashionable handkerchief waist,
mnd the latett in hate and toques are
exhibited on the m11mn~ary pages. The
rulture of "The Rose-Qaeen ofi
Summer Flowers" is the subject of
:he flerienIture article, while in the
eddi~y work departments all kinds of
tofa cushion designs, crochet and tat-|
ing patterns are given. An at.t active
~aper on picture postals is handsomely
lustrated with half-tones, and the
arne Etyle of art work supplies the
ictures for a "Commencemenat Day
'an tomimne: Voics of the Woods"
Novelties in Bamboo" will be ap
treciated by thoE who are furni. hing
ummer cottages, and "The Etiquette
f Weddings" gives opportune advice
o the June bride. "The Kindergarten
r the Home" and "Nursery Lore"
re just what the mothers need, while
he young folks will enjoy the story
Hw Tam Went Swimminig." "Dea
ons' Danghtcrs and Minis:ers' Sons"
the quaint title of a humorous story
r adults, and '-Book Notes,"
Among Ourselves" anid charming
at ter. L'it but not least ar e "Hints
r the Household" and recipes for
Salads," the lattcr being especially
pportune for warm weather.
W. 5. Museer, Millheim, Pa., saved
e life of his little girl by giving her I
ne Minute Cough Cure when she was
ying from croup. It is the only harm
a remedy that gives immediate re
1ts. It quickly cures conghs, colds,
ronchitis, grippe, asthma and all
roat and lung troubles. McMaster
For Infants and Children.
be Kind You Have Alway Beugbt
Bears the j
ignatre of L X J 4 '
Notice to Creditors.
All persons indebted to the estate of
[rs. Nacey K. Rabb, deceased. are
ereby notified that payment must be
tade to the undersigned, and persons
oldig claims against said estate
mst present them duly attested to
REV. HORACE RABB, t
MRS. NINA CASTLES,
MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR
A Pleasant Lemon Tonle
For biliousness, constipation and ap
For indigestion, sick and nervous
For sleeplessness, nervousness and
For fever. chills, debility and kidney
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 yon in any of
the above named diseases. 50c and
$1.00 bottles at all druggists.
Prepared by Dr. H. Mozley, Atlanta.
At the Capitel.
I am in my seventy-third year, and
for fifty years I have been a great
sufferer 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 flesh rap
idly. I commenced using Dr. Mozley's
Lemon Elixir. Igained twelve pounds
in three months. My strength and
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.
Mozley's Lemon Elixir
is the very best medicine I ever used
for the diseases you recommend it for,
and I have used many kinds for wo
Mxs. S. A. GREsHAM,
Salem, N. C.
MOZLEY'S LEMON NOT DROPs.
Cares all Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness,
Sore Throat, Brpncbiti, Hemorrhage,
and all throat and lung diseases. Ele
rant, reliable. 25c at druggists. Pre
pared only by Dr. H. Mozley, Atlanta,
PACIFIC FIJN&I8I C CGIlroy
OF N YORL
solicits a sare of the public p.stron
L=TT OPiDIIMNTRAT .
&TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY DF FAIRFIELD.
y . R. JOHN821V, Esq.,Judge Probate
W HEREAS, D. P. Edwards hath
made suit to me to grant him
etters of administration of the estate
nd elects of Jicob G. S. Edwards,
These are therefore to cite and ad
nonish all and singu!ar the kindred and
rediters of the mid Jasob G. S. Ed
yards, deceased, that they be and ap
ear before me, ie the Court of Pro
ate, to be held at Fairfield Court
loase, South Carolina, on the 16th
lay of May next1 after publication
Lereof, at 11 o'clook in the for'e
Loon, to show came, if any they have,
rhy the said Administration should
iot be grated..
PURSUANT TO ACT
Legislature, daid 17th d h
ruary, 1900, anelecj Tr three (3)
rrastees for S~"Distri~t No. 14
still be held ilje Court House in
Winsboro, S. G on MONDAY,
THE 7Til DAU F MAY NEXTO
Thef .s*-ing pre ns are hereby ap
po~ ma.w~es f said election,
viz: J1 A liinnat . R. Elliott and
D. E. Mc Dowell. e managers will
open the polls a ( 'clock A. M!. and
close them at 4 ?' ck P. M., and on
closing the polls ev shall eount the
votes and certify esult to the Clerk
A t this electio;- 'o one shall be en
ili to vote whoi ot duly qualified
* v te tiuc gene election for State
. d (' uziay effcer and to ascertain
-ho s-ball b~e entit to vote, D. E
McD,>~well is la reby olnted to reg
istet ihe voters of ol District No.
14. He shall open t books of regis.
trr.t..m, at the Court onse on Thurs
lay, Friday and rday preceding
' e day .t electio , no one will be
illw- ;'d to vote fo hool Trustees
a hore name does appear on said
yooks of registratio
R. H. INGS,
rk of Court.
Winnsboro, S. C., pril 16, 1900.
H EI Z.
We are sole age s in Winns
boro for He z's goods.
When you n. Pickles,
are the t, .
Heinz's Dill ickles aer
Heinz's Swe [and Senzr
Heinz's Cucu ers in bulk. t
Heinz's India adish.
Heinz's Cele Sauce.
Heinz's Tom Catsup. h
Heinz's Prese es in bulk.
Heinz's App Butter and
Heinz's Min Meat in bulk
This is the s son for evap
~rated fruits. e have them
n Prunes, A les, Peaches
All persons are fareby notidied not
o trespass upon t landd of the un
lersigned. The la will be enforced.
4284t MRS. DYE. J
HOT WEATH11E IS COMING.
Prepare for 'it by Buying Light
W E can please you in Colored Lawns, Organdies, Dimity
Stripes, Batiste, Zephyr Ginghams, in great variety
of colorings. Prices from 5c to 25c the yard.
White Goods of every description, Lawns and Organ
dies from 5c to Soc the yard, Fine Lace Stripe and Corded
Effects for waists. We have the prettiest line of Pique we
have ever shown in great variety ot patterns; prices as low as
last year. We can please you in Fancy Dress Goods and
Plaids; also beautiful line Blaek Goods and Fine Silks for
waists and trimmings.
We are constantly receiving additions to this stock, and
can please you in style and quality of the goocs, and in low
prices. The best that the money can buy is what we offer.
We are still showing the largest and most complete stock
of Shoes in the county. New styles in Lades' Oxfords,
Sandals and High-Cut Shoes; Gents' Stylish Shoes in black
and tan. You cannot get better value in shoes than we will
We are anxious for your patronage and wil use our best
efforts to please you in goods and prices.
The- Cadwell Dry Goods Company.
SEE my line of Serge Coats and Vests
for men and youths.
SEE my line of Men's and Boys' Pants.
SEE my line of Men's and Boys' Neg
SEE my line of Silk and Duck Vee.ts -
Ioc Kw]Re a r.
SEE my line of Ladies', Misses' and
SEE my line of Fans.
SEE my line of Ladies', Misses' and
Children's Gauze Undervests.
SEE my Big Summer Stock when you
want anything in that line.
Q. D. WILLIFORD.
DR. NOFFE1TS Allays irritatli,AlsDgstu,
E Regulates the Dowels,
iStrengthes the Child,
1. N Mak Tething Eny.
. (reething Powders) TEETINAReiheDowei
A sts Ony 2 cents at RsggiSts, AoAGE.
Or man e25ents to C..J. MOFFETT, M. D., ST. LOUIS. MO.
rie t JUSTARRIVED
A NICE LOT OF HORSES AND
MULES, a few good Mares, a fine
* om'.:1.112ulae -andafew
-nig-Tr-es. g pu
are finer than I have
I 1i 1 el the above stock cheap for
cash, or on time for good bankable
2uickly from Store I will pay the highest cab price for all
o Homeclasses of cattle, fat or poor.
Are the only kind Buggies.
re 4 , in. We have a full line of
esvv and fancy Groceries, new and 1 have a few nice BUGGIES that 1
resh, always on hand. Fresh Sugar- will sell cheap for cash.
|ared f1amis and Pork ansage every
reek; Breaktast Bacon, Cheese and
lacaroni, Sugar, Teas and Coffee.
L nice line of Canned Goods of all
inds. New Orleans and Porto Rico Ihv mlydM.Atu wn
lolasses; also fancy Table Syrnps infothprsnye.H.wlbeld
inc. In fact everything kept in a t ashsfinscl nhmadd
'IRST-CLASS GROCERY STORE. sm uies
We have just enlarged our store
oomn and are prepared to do more
usiness. WVill be glad to have youlif rd
all and give us a trial.
~a grandesclasdseseofzcattle, fertpsorlphor.
.ata~nin~ Mr.3IOhave('a femeniceroBUGGIES'Cthat .
IRhve.mpoye.M. Athr Oln
ed si Iu~ 4etiooforevtheYpresent year.I).He wil be glad
n~u~. e ~re~A.vi W illifordd fr cm
J.~ ~IL D.v cCARLE U& COm. Wnsoo .
:600 AG NWATDFR.
Visitin g Cards.
A full assortment of styles
to select from.
Prices to compete with any
Cards printei from plate,
$1.00 per 100.
New plates from
50C to $1.00.
Send all such orders to
Watchmaker & Jeweler,
OH3ESTER, S. Q.
Tri-Weald-,P a Year k AMvass -J
Weekly581,5 a Yearia Advaa
sad everything In jeb Mme doesn
GIYE'US A CIANCI
Every penny spent
home isn kept at hen
IN ALL IT8 DPABTMENrS,
with a full stock of Caskets, Barial
Oases and Coins, constatly en hand,
Thanbful for past patrousgeand selli
tation for a share in the future, Is the
(a~ls attended to at all hours.
TRE ELLIOTT hIM SHOP,
J. If, L~IOT'Y *0CO.