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Thursday, June 7, - - 100
-Read notice of County Superin
teudent of Education.
-A new line of summer millinery
just received at Mrs. McCarley's.
-Missea Helen and Jeannette Ste w
art played a beautiful piano duet at a
concert given at Winthrop College on
-A. B. Stroud, Grantville, Ca.,
wrote: A priceless boon has been
given the baby world in Dr. Moffett's
TEETHINA (Teething Powders). *
,,After suffering from piles for fif
teen years I was cured by using two
boxes of DeWitt's Witch lizel
Salve," writes W. J. Baxter, North
Brook, N. C. It heals everything.
Beware of counterfeits. MeMaster Co.
-Mr. Albert Thomas, son of Col.
John Thomas, of Columbia, recently
graduated first in his class at the
General Theological Seminary, New
-Mr. James H. Rion has secured a
position in Spokane, Washington. Mr.
Rion is a telegraph operator of expe
rience and ability and will no doubt
meet with success in this far away
The easiest and most effective method
of purifying the blood and invigorat
Ing the system is to take DeWitt's Tit
tie Early Risers, the famous little pills
for cleansing the liver and bowels.
-If baby needs a new pair of shoes
or slippers, you can find just the thing
at Q. D. Williford's. You can siso
get a nice hammock at this store at a
bargain. Tbis is hammock season,
and now is your opportunity to buy
one cheap. Read what he says.
-A trair. was delayed hero for a
short time on Tuesday afternoon, one
of the airbrakes'baving gotten cut of
order. When the train stopped a re
port that some one had been run
over by the train spread like wild fire,
and a crowd soon gathered and found
what had been the foundation for the
report. The train was delayed for a
very short time.
"I had stomach trouble twenty years
and gave up hopes of being cured till
I began to uEe Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
It has done me so much good I call it
the savior of my life," writes W. R.
Wilkinson, Albany,- Tenn. It digests
what you eat. MeMaster Co.
-Mr. E. M. Matthews has been elected
one of the literary editors of the Clew
son College Chronicle for 1901. In
selecting Mr. Matthews to be a mem
ber of the editorial staff the students
have made a wise choice. In a num
ber of articles writteni for this maga
zine during the past year Mr. Mat
thews has showed a decided talent for
such work. The commencement exer
cises at Clemonb
y ears has r i
Winnsboro colored graded school, has
been elected assistantj principal of
Howardschool in ColumbiaL Nauce
applied for the position and testi
monials were given him by several
prominent gentlemen here. Hie is a
graduate of Allen University and is
well fitted for his new 'osition- Dur
ing the time that he has had charge of
the public school his management of
it has been admirable, and he will be'
a loss to the school.
JC. Kennedy, Roanoke, Tenn.,
s.ays, "Icannot say too much for De
Witt a Witch Hazel Salve. One box
& it cured what the doctors called an
incurable ulcer on my jaw." Cure
piles and all skin diseases. L'ook out
for worthless imitations. McMaster
- Mr. W. R. Doty has com menced
to cut his wheat, and consequentfy is
one of the few people about here who
is niot anxious for rain. If the weather
is favorable to-day be expects to cut
the magni~cenit field of wheat that
has been everybody's admiration.
This field is ntear town and tbe opera
tions of his new reaper and binder
will ,no doubt attract people to this
field, for as wheat is a comparatively
new irop for this section, there are
doubtless a good many people who
have never teen this interestirg ma
chine at work.
"DeWitt's Little Early Risers are
the finest pills I ever used."-D. J.
Moore, Millbrook, Ala. They quicktly
cure all liver ar~d bowel troubles. .c
-On Friday night the commence
ment exercises of the Greenibrier
school will take place. An elaborate
program has been preptared by Prof.
Peurifoy and his assist-a1ts, and the
-pupils have been working for weeks
to make a succes; of the commfeUCe
ment. On Sunday morning, in t1:e
Greenbrier~ Methodiut Church, the
baclaureate sermon will be preached
by Rev. WV W. Daniels, the newly
elected president of the Columbia
Femnale College. I:vitatio::s have
been extended to a number of tow n
people, and it is probable tht hbth on
Friday night and on Sundn mornin;1!
crowds will be prset
A Life ard D~eath Fight.
Tir. W. A. Mines, of Manchester
is., w riti ng of his atmost miraculom~
escape from death, sayc : 4xP'snrn
afier miesles inducedI 'erowus hn
roub'e, which ended in Consain'p
tion. I had frequen' hem .rhamc an
conghed niget and da. Ali mv do
tors said I miust ,oou dte- ll.U
began t, use Dr. King's Ne vDiecov
ery for Con- umption, which complete
ly'cured me. I won'd rot be wito
li, even if it costs SS 00 a bo~ie. llnn
lrcds thave used it on my recommund
lion and all say it never faits to enr
-Throat, Che-st and Lung tru ca.
Regular size 50c arnd $1.00. 'ri m
bottles free at McMaster Co.'s drn
-The work of taking the censuu ,
)egun on Friday, is progressing well,
Lnd Mr. J. M. Stewart, the enumera- t
or for this township,has already a long t
ist down on his books. His territory
xtends two mil s in each direction
rom the court house, and although he
as made considerable progress in his
work, the time remaining to hhn be
ore the limit, July Ist, will not be
.ny too long in which to complete it. J
Ele has had little trouble in taking the
ensus so far, the chief difficulty he
tas encountered being to get claar and t
*orrcet :miwers from the uneducated
"After suffering from severe dyspep
ia over twelve 1 ears and using many 4
emedies without permanent good I
inally took Kodol Dyspcpsia Cure. It
lid me so mucil good I recommend it
o everyone," writes J. E. Watkins,
'Ierk and Iecorder, Chillicotbe, Mo.
t digests what you cat. MeMaster Co.
-The Ann White Chapter U. D. C.
>f Rvck lill, some time ago, offered a ]
nedal to the Winthrop student who I
vould write the best essay on the life
f Jefferson Davis, and another medal
o the student who would write the
yest essay on the Itevolutionary War.
['be competitors were requircd to be ,
members of the Winthrop Chapter i
U. D. C. The Rock Hill Herald of
Wednesday gives an account of a
meeting held last Friday night t
%ward the medals. Miss Nellie Boy
kin, of Camden, won the medel for
the Jefferson Davis essay, ad Miss
Ellen Pearson, a young lady from
Fairfield, won the medal for the essay
n the Revolution. We. are glad that
Ue of Fairtield's girls carried off one
f the prizes, and Miss Pearson is to
e congratulated upon winning this
Bearse Kim Y Have Always Ba
Are you willing to be convinced that
we can stll you choice up-to-date mil
inery goods at 'he lowest prices? If
ou are, kindly call on us before pur
;basin. J. 0. Boag.
Attend regular meeting of Steam
Fire Company this (Thursday) evening
at 8 30 o'clock.
G. B. 'McMaster,
He Fooled Mhe Surgeons.
All doctors told Renick Hamilton,
f West Jefiersou, 0., after suffering
8 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 rilo cure on Earth,.
d the best Salve in the World. 25S
NYinnsboro Chapter No. 2, R.A
wil be held in Masonic Hall this
(Thursday) evening at 8.30 o'clock.
By order of the E. II. P.
C. M. Chandler,
COMING AND GOING.
Miss Agnes Rice has returned to
her home in Union.
Miss May Martin goes to Columbia
to day for a few days' stay.
Mrs. T. F. Davis and children are
visiting Mrs. A. D. Ilauahan.
Miss Ophelia Davidson, of York, is
visitng Miss l~essie McMaster.
'Dr. B. W. Taylor, of Columbia,
came up to Winnsboro on Monday
afternoon on professional business.
The Appetite of a Goat
13 envied by all poolr dyspeptics
whose Stomach and Liver are out of
orler. All such should know that Dr.
King's New Life Pills, the wonderful
Stomach and Liver Remedy, gi-es a
solendid appetite, sound digestion and
a regular bodily habit tbai insures per
feet health and great energy. Only
2Zc at McMaster Co.'s drug atore.
A REWARD OFFERED.
Governor McSweeney has returned
to Coumnbia, and in a':wer to the
petition sent to him ny lhe citlzens of
Winn~boro, h~as offered a reward
of $100 for the cap ure of Tonm
11111. Th:s re ward, in addition
o o:or rew ard oflered, p:lt qui',e a
la:ge price uponi the neg2ro, and who
evercaptresLi.n wil; t.e wel. paid.
The sensational Stories aboun the run-l
away negro have subsided somnewhat
nd the colored people are less fright
oed and excited than they were a few
a' s ssgo, when Hill tras being hotly
arued. v ~~ laSBih
Twenty-li Le ):y; on the Chain Gang.
Nrmi Paganij.j a~ negen boy, who
he bcc:' emploseud at the 1.aaeiger
de~t, waz arnsted Lere on Tufe-d(ay
for talirg a railroad ticket from the
to his sister, wh * - oig ; lm
b:a, and -Ic .e not iVwing tha it was5
not licket tI . u bi tok is and
Colm bia i gi r -n .ie h'm a)
tick: m L. w w r , X - . ' 'pctin~g
- alra Ie .v . ndte C e age
at Winnsboro. Mr.. Bis p brouught
the ticiet to WI :nboro ard on Tues
d. y ha th.,~ a (erb~dm whereunor
)e confesscd to haviwg taken the
icket. He was tried before Magis.
rate Cathcart and sentenced to twer.
y-five days on the chain gang,
40 .a. s T.ZA
Beath ind You Have Always Bought
LNNAL -MEETI NATIONAL EDUCA
TIONAL ASSOCIATION, JULY 14, 1900.
The Southern Railway will sel! side
rip tickets from Chariston, S. U., at
be rate of one first-class fare for the
ound trip to St. AugustiC, Fia ,
S"sacola, Fla., Mobile, Ala , New
)rleans, La., Meridian, Miss., Bir
ningham, Ala., Chattanocga, Tenn.,
ristol, Tenn., White Sulphur Springs,
a., Washington, 1). C., Norfolk,Va.,
nfd intermediate points.
Tickets will b, sold July 11th, 1900,
vith final limit July 29th, 1900, to
olders of return portions of round
rip tickets sold to Charleston; S. C.,
mn account of annual meeting national
ducational association. Such return
)ortiors of round trip ickets to be
posited with agenta from whom side
rip tickets are -paad. Agent
ill issue receipts for tickets s- (tepos
ted and upon presentation of said
ereipts will return to original pur
h:;sers the return portions of round
rip tickets deposited. Fer detailed
ui ation apply to any agent of the
; 'mrn Railway, or its connections.
For Over Fifty Years.
MRS. WINSLOW'S SooTmTING SYRUP
as been used for over fifty years by
nillions of mothers for their children
vhile teething, with perfect rucces;.
t soothes the child, softens the auns,
llays al pain, cures wind colic, and
s the best remedy for diarrhcea It
vill relieve the poor litt!e tuffcrer
mmcdiatel-,. Sold by druggists in
very part of the world. Twenty-five
ents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
'Mrs. Winslow's Soothi'g Syrup,"
nd take no other kimd. 1-1-17
Rev. B. D. Perry, who won a ver
ict for $3,000 from the Georgia, Car
,liua and Northern- bailroad at the
st term of court, has gotten much
etter than there was reason to believe
ron the testimony then delivered that
ic would ever be again. One of the
edical "experts," it will be remem
ered, testified that when he saw Mr.
.Pry on April 5th, the patient "ap
iarently seemed in a dying condition,
ir." From the Chester Reporter of
'hurday we learn that Mr. Perry was
member of the delegation which left
Thester on Tuesday to attend the Con
ederte reunion at Louisville, Ky.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of (.a7J&4 .j
T HE HISTORY OF A COTTON( BALE.
Mr. Daniel Dawkins, of Mor
own, has ~ per
' eof some interest to ouI
subscribers. On the 22nd of last De
cember wben Mr. Dawkins was having
a bale of cotton ginned by Mr. J. P.
Ragsdale he placed in the bale a shpr
of paper containing the following:
"Whoever opens this bale of cotton
write to Daniel Dawkins, Morgan
town, South Carolina, Chester Cornuty.
This bale was ainned by J. P. Rags
dale on December 22, 1899."
A few days ago Mr. Dawkins re
ceived the following letter:
To D)aniel Dawkins, Esq.
U. S. A merica.
Dear Sir:-I am pleased to iniforn
you that the enclosed paper was ?onnd
by me in a bale of American cottor
opened this 30th day of April, 19)0, at
the above addr~ess.
It is very interesting to me to kuon
when, whero and by whom the cottor
was ginned, and I trust it will be
cqualy interesting to you to knov,
that the same cotton has arrived ii
Norway and will shortly be miann
facturod into shirting unmder the super
intenece of yours truly,
John T. I lartington,
Dale, Nr. Bergen, Nor way, A pril 30th
Comes from Dr. D). B. Cargile, o.
Wa hita, 1. T1. He writes: 'Fou:
bottles of Electric Bittters has zuret
Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which hat
caused her great sufi'ering for 'ears
Terrile sores would break out on he
head and face, and the best doctor
could give :o help; but her errei
complete an~d her health is excellent.
This shows what thousands har
proved,-that Elect'io Bitters s th
best blood purifier known. It-s th
supreme remedy f: r eczema, letter
salt rhem, ul cars, boi and rua n i:'.
sores. It stimulate3 liver, kidneys an<
bowels, expels poisons, helps digestion
builds up the strength. Only 50 cents
Sold by McMaster Co., druggists
W. S. Maser, Mihimr, Pa., sa
the life of his little girl by givir g he
One )di nte~ Congh Cure when she wa
dying from croup. It is the only hasrm
es; retmedy that give- inmdiae rc
uits It quickly cures coughs, :0o:
bronchitis, .Oi pe, astnma and al
trot and lung rube 1 Mlate
th sch u1 fund- of thi> Count.- wij
p cae pre: ' hem to this office fo
apo~rva an ~d 'iyment at once Bocok
ilte e~ t e ictr J une 15:h, 1900.
I) L ST(EVENSON,
It - i wx for (Lamnb.rlain
t n.' Iemod- whe 'ruggis use
i t: i xw f:,mii 'prfrcee t
anyobe., eI1hve -old(1 t ambel
.!Iluch 'm dy for the past fis
e : w2 b comple -astsaction
nvsef and tustom. s."' :y Drgg
.~ oltlmn b, Vax. E: ten, N. Y.
have alwaya u ed it in my own famni
bt h for' o; dinary zouges and cakl
n.2 fr the cough following la grippi
and find it very efficacious." For sa
PRESTON RION, A enft'
IREA '1 FlINSURANCE 91~al"
OF NEW YORK,
Soicits a sLare of the public ):on
1 801--1 900.
SOUTH CAR0INA COLLEGE,
COLUM7~BIA- S. C-.
A. B., B. S., A. M., LL.B.,
Courses. Spring Courses frce for
Teachera. Fourteen Professors; 3',
000 volumes in library; exculent 1-J.
oratories, class-roomls, gynmaum,
infirmary athletic grounds. Tuition
$40, other fecs $10, a session; tuition
remitted to needy students. Expenses
1135 to 1175 a scssion. Certificd
i Pupis from forty-five Accredited
ISchools enter its Freshman Clas with
'cut ex m ntion.
Entrance iand Normal 'cholarhip
Examinatiois held at every county
eat, Friday, July 20, 1900, by Comnty
Next Session Opes Septenber 29,.
1940. For catalogue, address,
F. C. WOOl)WARD,
5 31 President.
We are sole agent.-,. Winns
boro for Heinz's goods.
When you need Pickles,
ask for Heinz's, they
are the best,
Heinz's Dill Pickles aer
Heinz's Sweet and Sour
Heinz's Cudunibers in bulk.
Heinz's India Radish.
Heinz's Ce ry Sauce.
Heinz's To ato Catsup.
Heinz's Pre 'rves in bulk.
Heinz's App c Butter and
Heinzs Min e Meat in bulk
This is the season for evap
orated fruits. Ie have them
,in Prunes, Agles, Peaches
FM I l H
~( - In
-~ J A
wV mig 1e an
- nousekeeping pleasant,
iot the jars that
ui rd ard ruin your
nerves. Come and see
- us at oncemad be happy.
Ii~ J. H.
J & Co.
*+oo A ention !
NOW IS TIIIIE TO 1'UY
OUR ST~OCK OF IIEAVY GIIO
ceres is new complcte.
WXe cater specially for the farmers'
tade. We knoir what they need, and
are prepared to er ve them and at bot
tomn pr ices.
We al'1so cary nice line of sheif
SIIOMfD, lH ATS,
and eve~ythin: ;; i nly found in a
oo~ d- delvered to our city trade.
W. R. !RABB & Co
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
NIature in strengthemnifg and reeon
+ truting the exhausted digestive or~
ogan. It is the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic. 30o other prepiarationl
can approach it in effcienlcy. It in
s tantly relieves and permanently cares
Dyspesia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
*jFlatulence, Sour Stomach, Bauisea
Sick HedceGatagaCap a
Sall other results of imper fetdigeStion
smalize. B laotyip
e Prepared by E. C. DgWITT & CO.. Chicao.
MAriASTER Ce.: Wirrsboro, &- C.
Prepare for it b
E can please you in Color
Stripes, 3atiste, ZephyT
of colorings. Prices from 5C tc
White Goods of eve y desc
dies from 5c to 5oc the yard, Fi
Effects for waists. We have ti
have ever shown in great variet
last year. We can please you
Plaids; also beautiful line Mlae
waists and trimmings.
We are constantly reccivin
can: please you in style and qu
prices. The best that the mone
WVc are still showing the lai
of Shoes in the county. New
Sandals and High-Cut Shoes;
and tan. You cannot get bette
We are anxious for your p;
efforts to please you in goods ai
The C~aldwell Dry
I NOW HAVE IN STO,
ALSO A FEWV Har
WILL GIVE YOU A I
Q. D. WII
__ B%~ ~r Teeting Poa
,Costsonly 25 cents
ormai :. 5cents to C.,L
W ~ Ahite
iNo matter how often or 0ow mu l1~ch
we talk about the White Mount ain
Freczer, we tell nothing but the tr uth
about i. In fact thre is no necesd ty
for tel ing anything bntglthe truth,. a.
o iery feature of the a mite M~ontirarn
is a goo f eature. a.nd everr point is a.
elClng point. Only the vory best.
mateial a.~.re used in its mauufacture,.
an wil nroducc the sinest quality of
ceam n' the shortcst possible time..
:QUATS ,82.23; 4 QUTS, S.'a;
1 QUAR TS, 63.25
J. w, SEiGLER
Low - Prices
ing, hi:::!cei (ivdramic (e
ment,. Harness, - a 4de ,. Chr'p Fo rd
Y e. iller i hie I.( W'of
at ci uses In-- ::othingZ wve hb
y Buying Light
ed Lawns, Organdies, Dimity
Ginghams, in great variety
25C the yard.
ription, Lawns and Organ
e Lace Stripe and Corded
te prettiest line of Pique we
of patterns; prices as low as
in Fancy Dress Goods and
k Goods and Fine Silks for
g additions to this stock. and
Llity of the goods, and in low
N can buy is what we offer.
gest and most complete stock
styles in Ladies' Oxfords,
;ents' Stylish Shoes in black
r value in shoes than we will
tronage and will use our best
SGoods Company5 -
CK A FULL LINE OF
izes, 1 to 5.
~ARGAIN IN THEM.
T[3Auiays Irritation, Aids Digestion,
1111 Regulates the Bowels,
INj Strengthens the Child,
II'~Makes Teething Easy.
ders. TEE.TrdNA Rejevesthe Bwe
Troubles of Children of
t Druggiss, ANY AGE.
MOF ETT, M. D., ST. LOU IS, MO.
A Most Delightful Seaside
Resort, is new Open
FINE NEW COACHES NOW RUN
from Lanes to Georgetowni, and a new
and mouern steamer is now on the
line from Georgetown to Waverly
ood water (artesian); no mos
quitoes; fine snrt bathing; line fishing,
The table is always supplied witt
fish, oysters, crab's .and shrimps it
For terms address
IMRS. WINTIIROP WILLIAMS,
Waverly Mills, S C.
business have given our goods
wide and general distribution.
They have been subjected to
the severest usage and their
wearing qualities have been
every chain, button, every ar
ticle we :ell, 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,
TriWeekl Sa Yeari iAdreus
Weekly, $1.0 a Tearlin Ava
S LAWYERS' BRff.
Sand everything in job lice done
Sas eheaply as any where else ia
*GIVEUS A CHlANCI
Evey penny spenM
home is kept at hom
IN ALL ITS DEPARTMEN,
with a full stock of Caskets, Bura
Cases and Coffins, constantly on han~d,
and use of hearse when requted.
Takfl for past patronage and soIcl
t ation for a share in the future, in the
Calls attended to at all hours.
TE ELLIOTT m iN St
J. V, ELLIOTP a 09..