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hursday, May 31, - - 1900
-See citation elsewhete.
-If you want stylish and up-to
date millinery, go to Mrs. J. D. Mc
-Bishop J. S. Key q: TEETEINA
(Teething Powderr more satis
factory than any( ver used. *
-Mr. Marion Iroyd Jennings has
been appointed class prophet of the
graduating class at the South Carolina
-Mr. W. C. Hengh, of Lancaster,
annonces himself in this morning's
issue for Solicitor of the sixth judi
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 pilla
for cleansing the liver and bowels.
-Rev. Sam Jones lectures in Rock
Bill to-night on "Manhood and
Money." Doubtless this man of wide
reputation will have a large audience
to deliver his lecture to.
-Wednesday, May 30th, was Nsa
tion-il Decoration Day, and as it is a
national holiday, the postogce was
closed, excepting immediately after
the mails were received.
"I had stomach trouble twenty years
and gave up hopes of being cured till
I began to use Kodel Dyspepia Care.
It has done me so much good I call it
the savior of my life," writes W. R.
Wilkinsen, Albany, Tenn. It digests
what you eat. MeMaster Co.
-Dr. John Douglass, a recent grad
uate of the Charleston Medical Col
lege, has located at Woodward for the
practice of his profession.-Chester
-Gen. Wade Hampton and Bishop
Capers were both prevented from ate
tending the Confederate reunion; the
former en aSeont of his bad health
and the latter by the illness of his
"Afterufferaing from piles for fif
teen yemrws was cured by using two
boxes at DeWitt's Witch Hazel
n writes W. J. Baxter, North
Brook, N. C. It heals everything.
Beware of counterfei. McMaster Co.
--The i ran Sunday n t burned
a aamber Of telephone Wires and CDR
sidepable confuesn has resalted at
central ~ece. The work ofi putting
- up aw wire was"begua at once and
the phones will probably be in - od
working order to-day.
-Mrsa 11li11 Pressly, , a~fmpico,
,inoarfred here on
4&.(j~ anj rs. Precely nthis
country gevera weeks have
beensvisisngnreatives in Uare
brn uig, grippe, atma nd all m
throat and lung troubles. MoMaster
-There was a pleasant german at
the armory on Monday night, and the
* yonsg people present had a most e
jeyable evening. These germane are
S held quite frequently, and Mrs. Refo,:
2 >s ~ who has the dancing classes, furnishes1
7. = - -he music and chaperones the youth
* - -The South Carolina College opens
for its next session on September 26th,
1900, and anyone wishing a catalogue
Tmust address President Woodward.
The ad. inserted elsewhere will show
how well equipped the college is and
what the expenses are. The entrance
and normal scholarship examinations
will he held at each county seat on
Friday, July 20th.
* "After sufering from severe dyspep
aia over twelve years and using many
remedies without permanent good I
, Anally took Kodel Dyspepuia Cure. It '
did me so much good I recommend it
to everyone," writes J. E. Watkins,
Clerk and Recorder, Chillicothe, Mo.
It digests what you eat. McMaster C.
From the reports sent out from the
difecrent stations along the path of
totality, it seems that ti totality was
of longer duration in Winnsboro than
in a number of other places. In New
berry it lasted only 85 eends, and in
some places the time of totality was <
even shorter. Here, we were given
90 seconds to enjoy the wonderfully i
beautiful sight. Winnsboro was after (
all the best place for the astronomers t
-Mr. Sam Boylston who in the be- C
ginning of the South African war
joined the Boer forces, and soon after
receiving a wound, was taken pris
oner by the English, has been sent to
the island of St. Helena. As every
one knows, this island is the place
where all of the prisoners taken by t
the British are sent. Mr. Boylston t
writes thst be is kindly treated in
prison and suffera no hardships. aiuch
interest, is felt here in the welfore of
this young American who gave his
services to the Boers, as he is the
grandson ot Mrs. S. A. Boyleston,
and has visited here.r
Brave Xen Fail
Victims to stomach, liver and kidney t
troubles as well as women, and all feel
the resunlts in loss of appetite, poison
in the blood, backache, nervousness,
headache and tired, listiess, run-down
feeling. But there's no need to feel
like that. Listen to J. W. Gardner, t
Idaville, Ind. He says: "Electric
~itters are jnst the thing for a man
when he is all run down, and don't
care wbether he lives or dies. It did
more to give~ me new strength and
good appetite than anything I could
take. I can now est anything and
have a new leaqe on life." Only 50
Every bottle guaranteed. jKip
Dr. R. B. Hanshan spent Toe day
-For about a week a white man of
rather unprepossessing appearance
has been going about town mending
sewing machines. He seemed anxious
for work and, although be was an
noyingly persistent in asking for
work, he was apparently harmless.
On Wednesday afternoon while under
the infaence of liquor he walked into
a residence in the southern part of
town and asked for food. Only the
ladies of the family were at home, and
becoming alarmed at the man's queer
conduct, and not being able to get him
off of the premises, they telephoned
for help. A policeman and one or
two others went down and in a short
time the obnoxious visitor was safe in
the guard house.
J. C. Kennedy, Roanoke, Tenn.,
says, "I cannot say too much for De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. One box
of it cured what the doctors called an
incurable ulcer on my jaw." Cares
piles and all skin diseases. Look out
for worthless imitations. McMaster
-Wednesday was the grand open
ing day of the Confederate reunion at
Louisville, Kentucky, and the veteranls
of this State left on Tuesday in order
to be in *time for all of the program.
Louisville is in gala attire for her
guests and a grand time will be given
all who attend. A large reunion ball
has been built in which to hold the
meetings. For a year the city of
Louisville has been. preparing for
this event and money and time have
been spent lavishly upon the prepara
tions. It was expeeted that several of
the veterans of Camp Raines would
attend, but various things prevented
and thi camp will not be represented.
Mt. R. H. Jennings, who is present at
all of the reunions, will not be able to
attend, much to his disappointment.
J. Q. Hood, Justice of the Peace,
Crosby, Miss., makes the following
statement.- "1 can certify that One
Minute Cough Cure will do all that it
claimed for it. My wife could not get
her breath and the first dose of It re
lieved her. It has also benefited my
whole family." It acts Immediatbly
and cures coughs, colds, croup, grippe,
bronchitis, asthma and all throat and
lung troubles. McMaster Co.
Are you willing to be convinced that
we can sell you choice up-to-date mil
inery goods at the loweit prices? If
you are, kindly call on us before pur
:asing. J. 0. Boag.
From Teachingto Eetrielty. -
Mr. J. LeConts Davis has returned
from liBingham school, where aehas
een teaching ,for the past two ter.
After a few days' visit to his parents
e leaves for Behenectady, Md., where
eo has accepted a position with the
MssClara Beaty has returned to
Miss Alice McMaster leaves Friday1
or Mock Hill..
Miss Katherine Flenniken left on
L'eday for Baltimore.
Mrs. Tom Buff is attending the Con
~ederate reunion at Louisville, Ken
Miss Isa'oelle Douglass and Miss
anie Flenniken lef t Tuesday tor Co
Mr. W. A. Beckham, of Kershaw, ~
risited his sister, Mrs. J. F. Fooshe,
Dr. and Mrs. Pressley, who were
own for the eclipse, have returned to
Professor Lyons, of the Southwes
rm University, has returned to Clarke
Rev. J. H. Simpson, of Hickory ~
~rove, S. C., was an interested ob
rer of the eclipse here on Monday.
Miss Bessie Mobley, of Blackstock,
visiting relatives here, Mr. and Mrs.
. M. McCrorey.-Laucaster Review.
Mesrs. J. E. McDonald, E. B.
agdale, W. D. Douglass and J. W.
anahan went :to Columbia on Tues
y to attend the supreme court.
Red Hot from the Gun
Was the ball that G. B. Steadman,
f Newark, Mich., in the Civil War.
caused horrible Ulcers that no treat- -
~ent helped for 20 years. Then Buck
en's Arnica Salve cured him. Cares
~uts, Bruises, Burns, Boils, Felons,
~org.i Skin Erupticns. Best Pile
ure on earth. 25 cts. a box. Cure
aranteed. Sold by McMaster Co.
Departiu re of the Astronomers.
The crowd ef visitors that we have
ad with us during the past few days
as gradually dispersed, and the old
wa, after the unusual excitemnert of
s past week, has settled down to her ye
sual quiet. The New Jersey astron- sI
ere, Professors Pren ties and Dodge, ~
ft on Monday evening, as did the
inthrop delegation. The Virginia tli
stronomers having numerous appa- A
atus to pack and ship and some work si
do lingered rather longer than tbes
thes, and the last one of them leaves
~day. Protessor Stone left for Geor
a on Tuesday, Mr. Lyons and Mr.
~vera d left the same day, and Mr.
ayo leaves to-day.
During their stay in Winnsboro
hese gentlemen made many friends,
d all who were thrown, with them
ere charmed with the visitors, and
very one regrets their departure.
T1he Kind You Has. Always Bqlgt
Cure Cold in Head.
Kermotts Chocolates Laxative Quinine, easy
otake and quick to eure cold in head and sore lh
A party from Spartanburg went to
Strothers to view ihe eclipse, and the
fol'owing from the Carolina Spartan
is complimentary to Strothers' people:
The: Spartanburg people are under I
great obligations to the agent at
Strothers, J. W. Ladd and his wife.
They did everything they could to
make us comfortable. Their kindness
will be long remembered. Mrs. Saber
on the Newberry side kindly enter
tained ten of the visitors. You see
Strethers isinot a bad place to visit.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lyles came in
and joined the party. Me gave some
information about the place. He said
we were on Cannomore, or Kenne
more hill, which took it name from a
man who lived near that spot before
the :revolution of 1776 and who was
reported to have buried a pot of gold
onihis farm, which had never been
found. Mr. Lyles is the sea of 1
Thomas Lyles, now 85 ye irs old, who
took an active interest in building the
old Spartanburg and Union railway.
Bearn a The Kind You1Hve1hi Beagh
sigAture i 1
Mt. Zion Closes Friday.
Friday will be the last day of the
Lctool year of Mt. Zion Institute, and
the pupils and teachers will enjoy a
well-earned holiday. This is unusa
ally early for Mt. Zion to close, but
the echool opened earlier than-usual
last Sptember and only one week of
boli :sy was given at Christmas, so the
sch o: has been carried on for the re
qnired number of weeks.
There will be some changes in the
school next year, two teachers having
already sent in their resignations- j
Miss Agnos Rice and Mr. J. Frank I
Fooshe. Miss Rice has taught here for c
several years and the trustees give her
up with much regret. Mr. Fooshe's a
intention of giving up teaching for I
lournalism has already been announced
in these columns. He has, during his
wonnection with the school, done
everything in his power to further the
interests of Mt. Zion, and has been
especially in the library for which he
ias worked indefatigably. It Is to be
'gretted that his connection with Mt.
,ion is to be sevei ed.
Working Night and Day
Fbe busiest and mightiest little thing
;hat ever was made it Dr. King's New
Ife Pills. Every pill is a sugar-coat
,d globule of health, that changes
weakness Into strength, listlessness
to energy, brain-fag into mental
ower. They're wonderful in build.
ag up the health. . Only 25c per box,
old by McMaster Co., druggists.
Jfr. Editor: It was our privilege on
aony, according to the ritual E I
I. E. Church, South, In.a very rove
ot and impressive manner, thus 11
miting this progressive and success- a
ii young farmer and his lovely brido
n the holy bonds of matrimony. It -
ras a delightful occasion, and re
inded us of forty years ago when thej
rriter himself carried offeuch a prize.
Ater the marriage and the eon
~ratulations of friends, a goodly per
ion of the guests present, together
rith the bride and groom, drove to
be home of the latter,.'here a boun
iful supper of good thP a3 was served,
oth subst antials andieicacies.
Our best wishes, and as we verily
eleve, those of the entire community c
o out after these dear young friends. . .
&ay they ever be sattiified with the 11
hoice they have respectfully made,
nd may life to each become sweeter
d sweeter as they learn more and
ore of each other.
R. H . Jennings.
For Tnfants and Children. If
rho Kind You Have 'Always BOught 0
Bears the ,7 .'1 :i-t
Bignature of 4 7 4fe'
I Still Have
Young Mules -
ND FIVE OR SIX PLUG MULES
st unsold. Persons needing mules 0
oald call and see them before buy
g as 1 will sell them cheap for cash
good paper, payab>!e in the fall.
I also have a fe~w horses, among iss
tem two good Combination Horses. toi
Iso a couple of GOOD MARES, of
itable f or brood mares-young and no
will pay the highest cash price for al B
classes, fat or poor.. Cs
still have a few BUGGIES that 1 of
will sell cheap for cash. of
Winnsboro. S. E.
The One Day Cold Cure.
For colds and sore throat use Kermott's Choco
tes latve Q mnie. nasily taken as ady
PRESTON RION, Agent
PACIFIC FIE ISIIlaCEI Iay
IF NEW TIL
solicits a siare of the publie patron
IED IF ABIIISTIATION.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Gomn OF FAVFINLD.
Iy 5. R. JTOH NXTOA Eq., 'Jii Frate
WHEREAS, R. S. Spence hath
made suit to me to grant him
etters of administration of the estate
Lad efests of P. M. Spence, deceased:
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and
reditors of the said P. M. Spence,
leceased, that they be and appear
iefore me, in the Court of Pro
>ate, to be held at Fairfield Court
louse, South Carolina, on the 15th
lay of June next, after publication
iereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
ioon, to show cause, if any they have,
shy the said Administration should
lot be granted.
Given under my hand this 30th day
if May, Anno Domini 1900.
S. R. JOHNSTON,
5-31-2 Judge of Probate.
IOWUTH CAROLR1A COLLME,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
A.B., D. S., A. X., LL.B., L. L
oarses. Spring Courses free for
Peachers. Fourteen Profeasors; 33,
40 voljuwes in library; excellent lab
ratories, class-rooms, gymnasium,
firmary, athletic grounds. Tuition
40, other fees $10, a session; tuition
emitted to needy students. Expenses
135 to $175 a session. Certified
'upils from forty-lve -Accredited
chools enter its Freshman Class with
Entranoq and Normal Scholarship
xaminations held at every county
eat, Friday, July 20, 1900, by County
Next sessin opens September 26,
900. For "ctalogue, address,
F. C. WOODWARD,
Ve are sole agents in Winns
boro for Heinz's goods.
When you need Pickes,
ask for Heinz's, they
are the best,
Heinz's Dill Pickles aer
Heinz's Sweet ?and -Sour
H'Cucumbers in bulks
Heiazs India Radish.
He' Celery Sauce.
sPreserves in bulk.
Apple Butter and
sMince'Meat in bulk
- e season for evapi
rate m have them
nd A ots.
r'e a pestihat robs us of our
rop of 'potatoes. Paris Green
is them outright and saves
:a crop. We have it in all
ze packages to suit you, even
you want a small amount.
r forage. It is the best for
ir country should you need
rage. Come and we will
11 you about it. We have
)th Early Amber and Early
range Cane Seed.
Don't forget us.
hulllIrO1 & Caike Biv Co.
pening of Books of Subscrip.
E'URSUANT TO A COMIMISSION
ned to the undersigned as Corpora
's, by Hon. M. B. Cooper, Secretary
State, on the 8th day of May, 1900,
tice is hereby giveni that Books of
bscription. to the capital stock of
e Winnsboro and Oamden Railway
mpany wili be opened, on the 28th
y of June, 1900, at The Winnisboro
nk, in the town of Winnsboro,
C., and at the Bank of Camden,
iuden, S. U., at 11 o'clock in the
enoon of said day.
Ibe said proposed corporation ,will
we a capital stock of $300,000, divid
into 3,000 shares of the par value
$100 each, with its principal place
business at Winnsboro. 8. C., and
11 be empowered to engage in tbe
ilding, constructing, maintaining,
ining and operating a railroad from
innaboro, S. C., to Camden. 8. C.
THOMAS K. ELLIOTT,
THOMAS H. KETCHIN,
J. E. McDONALD,
W. R. ELLIOTT,
Board of Co porators.
M ay 2th, 1#o. 5-26 30
ROT XVEATHBR IS gOMINC.
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 eve y description, Lawns and Organ
dies from 5c to 5oc 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 i 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 goods, 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 Ladies' 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 will use our best
efforts to please you in goods and prices.
The Caldell Dry Goods Company.
SEE my line of Serge Coats and Vests
for m nd youths.
SEE mny line of Men's and Boys' Pants.
SEE my line of Men's and Boys' Neg
SEE my line of Silk 'and Duck Vests.
SEE my line of Ladies' and Gents'
SEE my line of Ladies', Misses' and
SEE my line of Fans.
EEmy line of Ladies', Misses' and
Children's Gauze Undervests.
SEE my.Big Summer Stock when -you
want anything in that line.
SQ. D. WILLIFORD.
T R.I0FFTTS Allajskriltiou,Ald:DIpsti1
(T~eething Poyder)4 IEhlACSS~hB
Costs ouly 5cets at Druggisis, ANYsso c~AGE.
orannSieubt to c.. MuOFFET, M.' D., ST. LOU S, MOW
i Most Delightful SeasideMoui
Resort, is now Open F Z ER
of zgoo. ~ omte o fe rhwms
FIENEW COACHES XOW RUJN Fezr etl ohn u rt
rom Lanes to Georgetown, and a newfotelnayhigbtheru,
nld modern steamer is now on the e;r etr fteWieMutl
ie from Georgetown to Wave'rlyisagofetradvrypits
luites; fine surf bathing; nefiush~ an ilpouete letqaiyo
The table is always u lied withcraintesoespsblti.
sh, oysters, crabs and simps ini3QAT,$.5 URS 27
For terms address 6QAT,$.5
MRS. WINTHROP WILLIAMS, J , S I E
WajrlyMilsS. .Wead uate r
nto maress Saddlfes, orhow uchrn
\We oalr at nie hie ofnai
for tel yth uing w e thad
a,,td ged f aur and e er an wewi
DyapeerialM s Dotyse in ismufCoue
anLilpoue h iet yo
business have given our goods
wide and g'eneral distribution.
They have been subjected to
the severest usage and their
wearing qualities have been
every chain, button, every ar
ticle we sell, to give satisfac
tion, you being. the judge.
Any article failing to do this
will be cheerfully exchanged,,
no work, we sell no goods not
under our guarantee, which
has never been questioned
throughout our entire busi- '
The Jeweler and Optician,
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sad evrtig Jofms49.
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hom jattept t aR hssw.
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