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Tuesday, JUne 12, - 1900
-Read Shei iff's sale.
-Mule lost. Read advertisement.
-Mr. T. W. Traylor - announces
himself for the State Senate.
-A new. line of summer millinery
just received at Mrs. McCarley's.
-See notice of meeting of stock
holders of the Fairfield Cotton Mills.
-A number of Winnsboro people
attended service at the Greenbrier
Methodist Church on Sunday to hear
Rev. W. W. Daniels preach.
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.
-A. B. Strond, Grantville, o.,
wrote: A priceless boon has been
given the baby world in Dr. Moffett's
TxrTHmA (Teething Powder s). *
-Rev. J. D. Croct has gone to
Spartanburg to attend the Woffo!d
commeneement, and as he will be ab
sent several days there will be no
prayer meeting at the Methodist
Church on Wednesday afternooa.
,;After suffering from piles for fif
teen years I was cured by using two
boxes of DeWitt's Witch Hszel
Salve," writes W. J. Baxter, North
Brook, N. C. It heals everything.
Beware of counterfeits. McMaster Co.
-Od, Thursday the first State csm
paign meeting will be held in Orange.
burg, and Mr. R. H. Jennings, candi
date for State Treasurer, will be pres
ent. The candidates will have a busy
time of it during the months of June
and July and a part of August.
-THE NEWs AND HERALD has re
ceived one of the handsomely en
graved invitations ~ issued by the
NWashington and Lee University to the
'cation of the new law building.
T ailding has been erected to the
mem f John Randolph Tacker and
will be - ted tn Tuesday, June
1st mi Virginia.
"I had stoma ouble twenty years
!6d gtve up hope being cured till
- I began to use KOdo yspepiia Cure.
It has done me so much good I call it
the savior of my life," writes W. R.
Wilkinso a . Tenn. It digests
what yo est- aster Co.
-The State pubhwed on Sunday
the honor list from th..raduating
class of the South Carolina College.
The list of the senicr academic class
included M. B. Jennings and the fol
lowing are the marks that he received.
Distinguished in English and politi
cal science, proficient in essays, moral
science, and philosophy of religion.
-Mrr. T. C. Robertson, of Colum
bia, leaves that city to-day for New
York where she will sail for Europe.
Mrs. Robertson will g:o with a pleat
Sant party, and after seeing Paris and
the exposition she wilt visit England,
Switzerland, Italy and other countries.
months. Mrs. Rbrsnand her
party will carry with them palmetto
.trees and other souvenirs of their
State to be exhibited at the Paris expo
J. C. Kennedy, Roanoke, Ten.-,
sy,"I cannot say too much for De
Wtt's Witch Hazel Salve. One box
of it cured what the doctors called an
incurable ulcer on myr jaw." Cures
piles and all skin diseases. Lok ou
for worthless imitations. M~se
--During the storm on Friday after
'oon the western towelr of the cotton
wmill was struck by lightning. A numa
'ber of brick were knocked off of the
tower but no other damage was done.
Toe storm was worse in the southern
pant of town than in other parts, and
there were several very sevene flashes
of lightning. The rain was 'heavy
also, and about three miles below
town a tremendous raisi fell. washing
-The baby show will be held thua
(Tuesday) afternoon in the armory
and the doors will be open at 5 o'clock,
A number of babies will be on ex
hibition and the voters w ill bave tc
execute a great deal of diplomsey an"
tact in order not to give offence to thi
proud parents of the children Th
crowd of babies and tiny tots each n~
his best "bid and tucker" will be
~lovely sight, and it is certain to prov
~a great success
"After suffering trom severe dyspel
sia over twelve y ears and using man
remnedie, without permanent good
fiually took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
did mie so much good I recommend
to everyone." writes J. E. Watkin
G.erk and Recorder, Chillicothe, M
It digests what you eat. McMaster C<
-News was received here last wee
of a painful accident to Mrs. A. 5
Aiken', of Chester. Mrs. Aiken w:
in the yard burniing caterpillars o1
of a plant in her yard, a ben the lig
dress tt~at she wore caught on fir
Fortunately some one was near at
the flames were extinguished befo
she was seriously burned. Her ari
hand and side were very pair.ful
burned, but the physician ila atter
ance does not consider the but
serious. The accident occurred
A Life and Death Fight.
Mr. WV. A. Mines, of Manchest
l',writing of his almost miuracul
escape from death, saye: -'Expos
after measles induced serious 11
troub'e, which ended in Consat
tio'n. I had fr.egnent hemorrhages
conghed nigt and day-. All my c
tons said I taust soon die. 'laI
began' to use Dr. King's Ne w Di
ery for Co~nsumption,. which compl
ly cnred me. I would x~ot be witt
it even if it costs $5 00 a bottle. 13
dreds huave used it on my recommir 1
- tion and all say it never fails to<
.Throat, Chest and Lung tron"]
Regular size 50.s and $1 00. '
bottles f'ee at McMaster Co.'s'
-Mr. r . anuenerg arrived
here on Saturday and left on Monday
afternoon. He Is traveling for the t
Eagle Pants Manufacturing Co., of
Baltimore, Md. Mr. Dannenberg was
for years engaged in merchandising in 1
Winnsboro, and as long as he lived
here he was a splendid citizen, doing
all that he could for the good of the
town. During reconstruction times
he was untiring in his devotion and
rendered valuable service to Winns
boro. His friends weie delighted to
see him here and gave him a cardial
wd'cowm to hie old home.
W. 6. Musser, Millheim, Pa., saved
the life of his little girl by giving her
One Minute Cough Cure when she was
dying from croup. It is the only harm
less remedy that gives immediate re
snIts. It quickly cres coughs, colds,
bronchitis, grippe, astbma and all
throat and lung troubles. McMaster
THE WATER SUPPLT.-The follow
jig is the report of the policeman on
the water supply measurements taken
ou Monday morning:
Cisterns. Capacity. ft. in.
Court-house......17 0 10 5
Depot............16 7 9 1
Elliott's ...... . .11 8 0 0
Neil's... ... -..17 7 16 0
Miller's8........... 8 0
Phillips',.........11 5 10 8
tmming'-.......17 8 17 2
College...... ...15 3 14 1
Smart's......----.16 6 16 0
Buthe A sThe Uind You Have Always Bou98 t
Attend annual meeting of Steam
Fire Company this (Tuesday) after
noon at 6 o'clock.
G. B. McMaster,
Are you willing to be convinced that
we can sell you choice up-to-date mil
linery goods at the lowest prices? If
you are, kindly call on us before pur
chasing. J. 0. Boag.
Court of General Sessions met on
Monday morning and adjourned sine
die in the ofrab -Only one* casa
was tried, the State vs. Robert Cresby,
who was convicted and sentencea to
12 months on the chaingang.
Only a few orders %ere taken lin the
Common Pleas. Judge Benet com-.
.limented the county on the apparent
lack of crime [in the county as evi
denced by the few cases on the ses
C .. B TV O I ..
Bear As Te K(ind You Have Aiwals Bought
or -F.Dvsof ilaS ei
Sunday in town.
Dr. Theodore Quattlebaum is here
on a visit to his parents.
Mr. Jae. Robinson leaves to-day for
Camden where he has accepted a posi
Mr. Albert Connor has returned
home from the South Carolina Col
e.e for the holidays.
Mr. R. 11. Jennings went to Colum
i. on Monday to attend the South
Caroina College commencement.
Mr. John A. Des~or tes has returned
from Richmond, Va., where he has
been for several months for his health.
DEATII OF MRS. ELIZA WEIR
Mrs. Eliz~a Weir died at the resi
erce of Capt. T. W. Rawls in East
Wateree section at three o'clock on
unday morning. The faneral was
held on Sunday afternooni at 4 o'clock
and te body was-interred in the family
Mrs. Weir leave~s three daughters,
Mrs. Wade Rawls and Mrs. Janie
Mulvana, of this county, and Mrs.
Jesse Sutton, of Louisiatna. She was
aaout eighty-nine years of age at the
time of her death and was a sincere
Christian and ai thoroughly good
w o m~an.
For Over Fif ty Years.
MRS. A INSLOW'S SOOTHING SYaUP
has been used for over fifty years by
millns of mothers for their children
w hil teeihing, with perfect success.
IItsoo:hes the child, sottens the RumS,
tt lla s all pain, cures wind colic, and
it is te best remedy for diarrhoea 1t
,, will relieve the poor little sufferet
.miediateb. Sold by druggists ir
eeer y part of the world. Twenty-fiv
kcnts a bottle. Tie sure and ask fo,
. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,'
isad take no other kind. 1-1-17
itA Free Scholarship in Eaeb County.
e. The Carnegie College, a newly in
id cororated institutionl at Rogers
ee ni in order to introduce its method
n of teaching by correspondence, wi
yy give one free scholarship to eac
d.onty in our State. The free Feho
is rahip grants to the student fice tu
on ti in the normnal and academ:
cursts, and also in !lhe buvine
onse, incundinig book-keeping ai
shoi t-hand. All thec ins:iuction
er given lby mail at :i e student's horn
rr ol arship' .hold~ write at once to tl
colceghe aid mention this paper, a:
Lnd l-o the county and 8tate.
n J. Q Hood, Justien of the Pea<
>v-- Croiby, Miss , makea thie tollowi
te-atuet "I can certify that U
>ut Minute Cough Cure will co all tha'
un- claied for it. My wile could not
da-- her breath and the first dose of it
ure eiivd her. It has also benefited1
es" hle famuily." It acts imumediit
rii and cures coughs, coii, croup, grip
rrng bros citis, as:htwa and all throats
ung troubles. McMa'ter Co.
FAIRFIELD AT CLEMSON COLLEGE.
ilr. Editor: Let me use 3 our press
o tell the good people of Fairfield
ounty that the medal for the best
ssay on "ooed Roads," offered by
he president of Clemson. has been
warded to Cadet R. N. Rceves, of
airfield county, an agricultural sin
lent of the junior class. The papcrs
were examined by the authorities of
he agricultural department at Wash
A similar medal last year was won
Dy Cadet E. M. Matthews, of Winns;
Doro, then a mechanical student of the
Let an old Winnsboro boy exclaim:
Harrah for old Fairfield! X.
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.
ing's New Life Pills, the wonderful
Stomach and Liver Remedy, gives a
plendid appetite, sound digebtion and
a regular bodily habit tha. insures per
rect health and great energy. Only
25c at McMaster Co.'s drug store.
GOING TO ATLANTA.
As will be seen from the tollowiug
lippiug from The State, Mr. I. L.
Withers will leave Columbia to-day
to accept a fine position in Atlanta.
In hi; old home he has many freinds
who tre pleased to know of his good
The many friends of Mr. I. L.
Withers will regret to know that this
wide-awake and energetic young
business man has determined to leave
Columbia and make his home in At
lanta. Mr. Withers is one of the most
progressive young men in Columbia
and he has interests in many enter
prises here that would keep him were
the offer he has accepted less hand
some than it is. le will have to give
up positions with a number of concerns
and his going will leave a vacancy on
the South Carolina college board.
He leaves on Tuesday next and goes
to take a fine position in the general
outhern agency of the Prudential
Life Insurance company at Atlanta.
Columbia cannot well afford to lose
such progressive men as Mr. Withers,
but all are congratulating. him upon
Beas the The Kied YOU Hav Always *
The following was issued by the
agricultural department at Washing
ton on -Monday, and' was received here
by Capt. T. J. Carston:
Department of agriculture estimates
acreage cotton planted at 25,558,000
acres, an increase of 2,036,000 acres or
8.07 per cent over production area of
last year. The estimate increase is
7.06 per cent in South Carolina and
Alabama; 8.06 per cent in Texas and
Georgia; 9 per cent in Louisiana and
Tennessee ; 10 u. Nort h Carolina, Mis
sissippi and Arkansas; 13 in Indian
rease Is modre'Iress localized, being
east where the populat'OnI is most
lense and greatest where cotton grow
ug has been les etisie. Th
Lverage condition on June 1st was
32 5 as compared with 85.7 on June
1st last year, the loweft June condi
ion in twenty years.
FLAG 03 TEE CBDAR CREEK RIFLES.
A number of Confederate relics are
at Madison, Wis. C. C. Lincoln of
that place sent to the Confederate
Veteran photographs of some of
these relics, and among others men
tioned is "the flag of the Cedar Creek
Rifles." The following letter is pub
lished in the Veteran in connectiot
with tis flag:
"Headquarters First Brigade,
"Third Division, Seventeenth A. C.
"Goldsboro, N. C., April 5, 1865.
"is Excellency, James T. Lewis
"Sir: I hive the honor to forward to
you by the hand ot M'" Taggart this
Confederate banners. tormuerly borne
by the Cedar Creek Rifles, under Capt.
John Harrison, of South Carolina. It
was captured by a gallant soldier.
John J. Bailey, of Company H, Sin
teentb Wisconsin Volunteers, Feb
raary 22, 1865. Maj. Gen. Blair, corn
manding Seventeenth Army Corps
has been kind enough to give me per
missions to send it bomne to you, to bi
deposited in the State Capitol witk
other trophies of wvar.
"Respectfully, your obedient servan'
"Col. Sixteenth Wis. Vols., Co.u
This is evidently the old Cedar Creel
Rifles of Fairfield County, and w
would like to hear from some of th
survivors, who may now be livingi
For ynfants and Children.
The Kind You Rave Alwcyp bungi
s ignatre of , ,
T H E CEHA RLESTON EXPOSIT ION.
The excellent work of the speci
cocomi ~tee on exposition subseriptiol
w hich visited New York to coni
with the presidents of railraads e t
g 2harleston, has resulted in addi
$40,.000 to the stock of the South Ca
elina Inter-State and West Inidian I
d osition Company. This subscript
was made by tLe Southern Raihv
te Atlantic Coast Line and the P1:
e, es, miSti In addition to this, $2,
was secured from the Clyde Steams
ee ine. These subscriptions popihi~
t nisure the sneces'. of the project:
e-- eposition companly will likely be
yy ganized witthin a few dayr.
y yThe committee now at the Na
ad 'so anticipates other subscriptiona
ew Yrk, Philadelphia, Boston.
other cities and the outmok is bright
Wherever one turns, the most en
couraging reports are heard and the
whole country seems to be willing and
and ready to help South Carolina, now
that she has shown a disposition to
With the stock -ireviously taken the
figures noir stand at about 8175,000,
and there is much more "in sight."
The people of South Carolina, gen
erally have been invited to j~in in this
movement, and the shares have been
placed at $5 each, in order that every
citizen may be personally interested,
if he so desires. Subscription books
have been sent to nearly every county
in the State, and all who desire to aid
in the splendid project can sign for
such amounts as they see fit, in the
presence and with the advice of their
Maj. T. W. Wood ward, of Rockton,
is a member of tLe executive commit
tee for Fairfield county.
ANNUAL MEETING NATIONAL EDUCA
TIONAL ASSOCIATION, JULY 14, 1900.
The Southern Railway will sell side
trip tickets from Charleston, S. C., at
the rate of one first-class fare for the
round trip to St. Augustine, Fla ,
Pe-sacola, Fla., Mobile, Ala., New
Orleans, La., Meridian, Miss., Bir
mingham, Ala., Chattanooga, Tenn.,
Bristol, Tens., White Sulphur Springs,
Va., Washington, D. C., Norfolk,Va.,
and intermediate points.
Tickets will be sold July 14th, 1900,
with final limit July 29th, 1900, to
holders of return portions of round
trip tickets sold to Charleston, S. C.,
on account of annual meeting national
educational association. Such return
portions of round trip tickets to be
deposited witlkagents from whom side
tip ticketsere purchased. Agents
will issue receipts for tickets so depos
ited and upon presentation of said
receipts will return to original pur
chasers the return portions of round
trip tickets deposited. For detailed
information apply to any agent of the
Southern Railway, or its connections.
ONE DARK BAY HORSE MULE;
eight years old; scar on hind leg and
shoulder. Leave any information with
D. A.Crawford, Winnsboro, $. C., or
A. F. Ruff & Co., Ridgeway, S. C.
6-12-2 MINION DUREN.
Notice to Stichoell.
A MEETING QF THE STOCK
holders of te Fairfield Cotton Mills
is hereby calied for TUESDAY, JULY
10TH, at 1t o'clock A. M., at The
Winsboro Bank for the purpose of
considering the question of increasing
the Capital Slobk of said company to
$200,000. Jr. W. CATHCART,
T. W. L AUDERDALE,
BY VRTU OF _AUTHORIT
vested in me I h levied-on a -
sell to the high
the Court Ho
S. C., on the
JULY next, th
tracts of laud nder the Acts re
ferring todA nq enit taxes:
ScTooL snhICT No. 4.
Est~t ~' rge Barber, 115 acres;
bonn and west by lands of
W..' - ast by Wa. Seigle
west tb e.tse of m. Kennedy; nc ab
by Harrison and' organ.
SCHOOL .D TaxcT No. 22
Mrs. Carrie Blanton, 12r acres;
bounded north y D. J. Wir: south
'1 east by wrell Fla"; west by
R. E. iELLI'SON,
d2 S. F. C.
Wide~bro Cainel Rvy Co.
Opening cf ocks of Subscrip
PURSUA TO A COMMISSION
issued to the dersigned as Corpora
tor, by Hon R. Cooper, Secretary
of State, on e 8th day of May, 1900,
notice is eby given' that Books ol
Subscripti *to the capital stock of
The Winn ro and Gamden Railway
any Jb900opened, on the 28t
Bank, in . e town of Winnsboro,
S. C., an at the Bank of Camden,
Camden, C., at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon said day. . .
The sar roposed corporation will
have a ca I stock of $300,000, divid
Sed into 3, shares of the par value
of $100 e ,with its principal place
of busine ait WiunnborO, S. C., and
Swlll be powered to engage .in the
building, constructing, maintaining,
owning' d operating a railroad from
Winnsbo , S. C., to Camden, S. C.
OMAS K. ELLIOTT,
'fIOMAS H. KETCHIN,
J. E. McDONALD,
11. R1. ELLIOTT,
Board of Corporators.
M ay- b, 1900. 5-26 30
The tegistered stallion W. A. WV
will b t Mr. Henry Refo's stable it
Winrs oro on Saturday of each week
On M days at the farm; balance o
Stime a his former stand.; inz the coun
IS, try. C is seven year3 old, nay, wit
r black oints. Ileight, 16; has, goo
,r bone nd muscle; no 'blemish or dc
r fet. He is strong, trictionle- i
3% moi , kind in disposition, and a pe
o-' feet adster. His sire is ths celebrat e
x- Red ilkes, His d.im, Betsey Bake
onwas' lhe mother of trottcrS. She wM
Ssire by Dictator. who was the 'i
y, Jay 10ye.See, 2 10. of Dirccetor, 2 0
t of jhe invincible Directum, 2 04, ti
0 gr idire of Nancy I~:.ke th.e qile
hip of rotters, and the sire of many othc
eyof extreme spred
Bl.-Altough a noied trotter n ithi to
nd c' knee action, W. A. W. P'M'
o- 4Wo saddle gaits ot superior quali
Terixe, 15 00 ,to insure colt. F
re tended~i pedigree and c:-rtified recc
in ddrss JOHN G. MOBLEY,
a d1410Sm W in bro, S. C
HOT WEATHER 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 of 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 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 Cadwell Dry Goods Company.
I NOW HAVE IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF
ALSO F arif ocks LEFT.
WILL GIVE YOU A BARGAIN IN THEM.
Q. D. WILLIFORD.
r DR. MOFFETL WAla stn, A AsDlgeui0
aETkes 1 t n Easy.
LA00 (Teething Powders) T
- Costs only 25 cents at Dlruggists, rou
Ormail25cents toC.J. MOFF ETT -----
The Iruprovedc EAR'S
No matter how often or how niuch
we talk about the White Mountain
Freezer, we tell nothing but 'be truth
p>ut it. In fact there is no necesrity
for telling anything but the tru uh, as
ererv feature of the White Mountain
is a good feature, and every point is a
telling point. Only the vory best
materials are used in its manufacture,
and will produce the finest quality of
cream in the sbortestposiible tlme.
3QUARTS,2.25; 4QUARTS, $2 75;
6 QUARTS, $3.25. and
J. W, SEIGLER
H eadquarters Dyspepsia
Low - PricesKol
ONFL)ONG CLI ~~Dyspepsia Cur
ON 1o,~in L iN, Ldranic Digests what you el
iet, H arnes, Saddles, Cheap Fo'1 tatfcalydgsstefo
u ,I1vr- e a- ni cer. ol r ind ' N atu re i n strengtheningd a d s tv
w e e -f e r a i c e l n eg afs t t i t i s t h e l a t e s d i s c v e r e d d ig
r. i 1 go-gans and tonic.. No other preparat
Bu gistantgrlive apeaenl
tece ,j a ~ ach, 38
at eut pre s Boy nothmng we h:lle ic yseadceGatrsia, C~Heramb
Suutil 'ou et our prie:s andl we WIIall oterslsfipretie
orsave you mis y.eP 50 c a iib d8~ ~ a
business have given our goods
wide and general distribution.
They have been subjected to
the severest usage and their
wearing qualities have been
every chain, button, every ar
ticle we .ell, to give satisfac
tion, -you being the judge.
Any article failing to do this
will be cheerfully exchanged.
no work, we sell no goods not
under our guarantee, which
has never been questioned
throughout our entire busi
The Jeweler and Optician,
We are sole agents in Winns
boro for Heinz's goods.
When you nee*Pickles
ask for-Tinz's, 1hey'
are the best,
Heinz's Dill Pickles aer
Heinz's Sweet and Sour
Heinz's Cucumbers in bulk.
Heinz's India Radish.
Heinz's Celery Sauce.
Heinz's Tomato Catsup.
Heinz's Preserves in bulk.
Heinz's Apple Butter and
Heinz's Mince Meat in bulk
This is the season for evap:
orated fruits." We have them
in Prunes, Apples, Peaches
ves. Come an
s at once and be hp
e*. Attention I
NOW 13 THE TI$E TONY
OURL STOCK OF HEAVY GR4O
eeries is now complete.
We cater specially for the farmers
trade. We know what theyneed, ad
are prepared to set ve them and at bot
n prialso carry a nice line of shelf
Band everything usually found in a
e etdsielivered to our city trade.
:Come anid see us.
~W. R. RABB & C
est GRANITE CORNER.
SPRESTON RION, Agent
"H.fA'IC IBliE IgnSUAIcEI COIIAlM
on. OF hEW THl.
SSolicits a .stare of the Public patrol
. -- 98.1ly