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Thursday, August 30, - 1900
LOC AL MATTERS.
Miss Annie Ives, of Florence,
is visiting Miss Ellen Ellison.
i.Black velvet ribbons, all widths,
pompadour combs, hair clasps and
brooches, just received at
Mr. and Mrs I_ Frank F oa
and children have retr
Kershaw. g, children like it,
Motigs g'it. We refer to One
g'inute Cough Cure. It will quickly
care all throat and lung troubles Mc,
Mr.r.ud Mrs. W. D..Gaillard,
of Charleston, tare expected this
week tOsvisit relatives in Winns
You will never find any other pills
so prompt and so pleasant as DeWitt's
Little Early Risers. McMaster Co.
Miss Theo Rabb returned home
on Tuesday from Charleston
where she has been visiting rela
Mrs. W. R. Doty, Jesse Doty
and Miss Susie Doty have r
trned from a stay of several
weeks with relatives in Kentucky
It will surprise you to experience
the benefit obtained by using the daint3
au.d famous little pills known as De.
Wiam' Little Early Risers. Me astei
-Robert Flournov, Brickyard, Ale.
writes: I consider no remedy equal t,
Dr. Moffett's TEETHMA (Teethin
Powder) for the irritations of teetkin
and the bowel troubles of our Souther
Miss Ethel Rabb has returne
to her home in Ridgeway after
leasant visit to Misses Lelia an
Louise Taylor on Bull street.
Millions will be spent in politics th
year. We can't keep the campaign g
ing without money any more thanv
can keep the body vigorous withol
food. Dyspeptics used to starve thex
selves. Now Kodol Dyspepsi Cua
digests what you eat and aTows V
to eat all the good food you want.
radically cures stomach troubles. M
Mr. Clarence Welles, son
p. I. Welles, superintendent
the Southern Railway, spe
Monday in town with Mr. ForrE
Mrs. S. E. Prentiss and Em
Prentiss lefton Wednesday
Kiians where the will spe
several'dy.S withr. and
F. Dvisbefore leaving
food. In A~aerica, the land of plel
maany suff~y and die. because sbove
-. ~ not .digest ta oo they eat. K
the e~tns Sliie
nlow rapor that se will so
and it is ignger.
be ou(Lon Pressley, of Edge
~, and Rev. McElwee Ross,
,~Oxford, Pennsylvania, have
' canged pulpits for a while.
Ah. B.aPtCerchll preach in the
A. R.PCuc at Edgemoor the
firs Suday in September.- 1
Chester Lantern. r
' Uinese are dangerous enemies, for
they are treachervus That's why all I
counterfeits of DeWitt's Witch Hazel I
Salve are dangerous'. They look like (
aDeWitt'u, but instead of the all-healing
witch hazel they all contain ingredients
liable to irritate the skin ,.ud cause a
blood poisoning. For piles, injuries Ir
and skin diseases use the original and a
genuine DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
-If you are ini need of glasses, you
had better call on the oculis.t at tbe
Hotel Duval. His many customers
already speak in the highest terms of1
bim; his prices are moderate; he makes
glasses in alt the latsst styles, and his
lenses are the best made.-adv.
-The line for the rail road has
been surveyed to such a distance
from town that the camp will have e
to be moved to a point further
from town. The spot chosen for '
the new camp is on Mr. Preston
Rion's plantation, several miles ~
The wolf in the fable puts on sheep's
clothing because if he traveled on his
own reputation' he couldn't accomplish
his purpose. Counterfeiters of De
Wit t's Witch H azei Salve couldn't sell
thei: worth!ess salves on their merits,
so they put the-m in boxes and wrap-.
pers like DeWitt'. Loo0k out for
them. Take onlty DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Sa've. It cures piles aa:d a I
skina diseases. M'aster Co.
-Col. W. G. Stephenson, of
King's Mountaira Military school I
at Yorkville, was in town on
Wednesday. Many years a go1
this was one of the leading
schools in the State. Under
Coward and Jenkins many cadets
om Fairfield attended this
hool, and they are now much
rested in the effort to re
biish it. Col. Stephenson is
t pleasant genitleman, and
oped that he will meet with
For Tnfants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
-if von are cross-eyed you hand
better go and see the oculist at the
Hotel Duval. Eyes straightened with
out the use of the knife; cataracts re
moved without operation; also pte
rygium painless. Granulated eyelids
cured no matter how bad or now long
The quicker you stop a cough or cold
the less danger there will be of fatal
lung trouble. One Minute Cough Care
is the only harmless remedy that gives
,amediate resulte. You will like it.
-Un r May~ ~~ ULurmn -ur
be held at the summer school and
this will bring the school to a
close. For four weeks the school
has been in session, and in spite
of the intensely hot weather the
attendance has been good and
the teachers in attendance have
done good work. A number of
those who are attending the
school are young ladies who are
to begin work this fall as teach
ers and who are taking advan
tage of this opportunity to re
fresh their memories and bettei
prepare themselves for thei
Beas te The Kind You Have Always Bough
TE work of spreading abroa
the plans of the Soi-Carohu1
Inter-State and Wit IndiarfEX
position, which il' to be held a
Charleston n it year, goes vigo
rously on. Since the departmen
of promotion and publicity wa
organized, about three weeks ag
nearl three thousand lette
I have een sent to important me
i and organizations inviting the
i co-operation in the great ente
- prises, and responses from the
are coming in daily, manifestu
is a determination to secure a pla
)- in the picture.
it Volcanic Eruptions
f- Are grand, but Skin Eruptions r
re life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Sa
cures them; also Old, Running a
Ft Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felo
' Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Bur
Scalds, Chapped Hands, Cilbls
>f Best Pile cure on earth. Drives
yf Pains and Aches. Only 25 cts. a b
Cure guaranteed. Sold by M Mu
Miss Maria Bacot Dead
!or News has been received h
od of the death of Miss Maria Ba
. which occurred about two we
ago at her home i Ken
orWisconsin. Miss Bacot s
u- daughter of the late ,a.
~wright Bacot and, es
e Bacot. Shpremembei
.~ by maewher d r
- ol in Kp .rde1
er who knew her.
At 8.30 o'clock, w the; 19th
ost., Miss Anna Bias-V'mar,
ed to Mr. C. R. byth
ev. J. E. Duren,'i huvtbid4
aptist Church. Te4de was
eutifully dressed and-, ore a
erman wreath of natural ers5.1
ir. T. B. Browder was best man,1
d Miss Clora, the bride's ster,.
iid of honor. The bridd ' a
aughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
lms, of Fairfield County,1 a
g g made this city their hcti-~
eeral years. Mr. and .
r owder have many fre
-o wish them a long and a y
Columbia, S. C., Aug. 28, 1.
'A Fower Mill Explosion
Removes evervthiag in sight; r-o o
rastic mineral pilb.'tt both are
lhty dangero us. Don't 'ily.namite
b delicate machinery of you body
vit camet. crotonf oil ur alo
ren Dr. King's New *Pills,
rih are gentle as a EI~er breeze,
10 the work *perfect v. Cures H-ead
che, Costipaion. Only 25c at Mc
[ater Co.'s drug store.
Mrs I H Ketchin Passes Away Suddenly
Just as we are preparing to go
o press we learn that Mrs. T. H.
[tchin is dead. She was taken
uddenly ill on Tuesday night,
Lnd all day yesterday the greatest
Lnxety was felt. Her death is a
reat shock to the community,
ndd universal sympathy in
Vinnsboro and the county will
e elt for the bereft husband and
hiddren. She leaves a husband,
ur esteemed townsman, Mr.
P. H. Ketchin, and three children.
drss.Ketchin was a daughter of
hee late Mr. J. W. Shaw.
The funeral services will be
elldthis afternoon at the A. R.
P. Church at 5.30 o'clock.
--I your eyes burn, smart, feel
tiiky in the morning, pain or itch
on, or if you have tears in yonr eyes,
pots flash before your eyes, or you
oold )our reading tot) near or too far,
r strng liht hurts s our eyes, or you
ave headacs, call anid see the ocu
isttat the Hotel D)uva!. 18 year,, ex
Ti E'ELECTION IN THE STATE
The-jeturns as to the Stat
tickef seem to have been hard t<
obtain. We found much troub<
in getting a few for this county
and we observe that the slownes
with -which returns came Iu wa
general throughout the whol
-tate.ms settled thatI6oi
Meciweenley Wiond primary,
dates 51"Reittled by the first
lth poably as rauch interesi
will be takfn in the second as in
the first. JJ. T-llman and Jno.
T. Sloan lea Zor Lieutenant
Governor. 1cffahan, Cooper,
Bellinger and'?loyd aro nomi
nated for the aspective offices
for which they ra. Mr. McMa
han has a stron. hold on Fair
field county and is friends here
were pleased at le large vote
given him in the 'ate. He has
made a good offic Mr. R. H.
Jennings defeats D.Timmerman
for State Treasurei The form
er's friends here weivery enthu
siastic over the resui Fairfield
has not often beenpresented
on the State ticket, ai it is grat
ifying to the count3that Mr.
Jennings goes in by sh a large
vote. He will make Sod offi
At the time we writeis it is
iwossible to tell how e vote
Sds for mis
s No Right to Ugliness..
ie woman who is lovaiy i face,
0 fi and temper will always have
s fds, but one who would be atrac
n t must keep her health. If sie is
1k, sickly and all run down,she
,be rLervous and irritable. If ihe
constipation or kidney troute,
e impure blood will cause pimples,
Ig chea, skin eruptions and a wretch
e omplexion. Electric Bitters is the
medicine in the world to regulatt
acb, liver and kidneys and to
iify the blood. It gives strong
yes, bright eyes, smooth, velvety
obP, rich complexion. It will make a
ed-looking, charming woman of a
di-down invalid. Only 50 cents at
is~aster Co.'s drug store.
13s4 REDUCED RATES.
I 'o the National Convention of the
te istiau Church, which meets at Kan
i City, Mo., October 12-19, the
jithern Railway will sell round trip
Ikets from all points on 'its lines at
L rate of one first-class fare for the
nd trip, plus $4 00. Tickets will
sold October 8th, 9th and 10th,
C h final return limit to October
d, inclusive. Persons at non-coupon
tions should notify ticket agent
eral days in advance of their con
plated departure, in order that he
v supply himself with proper form
~~iround trip tickets to the Annual
a'n, National Baptist Associa
m cond, Va., September
nts S lines, ex
mf WTahidgton, D. ,.; and
~.dri, Va. Tickets will be sold
ge~er 10th, 11th and 12thb, with
ti it September 22nd, Inclusive.
annual convention of the
~~dd Fellows, Louisville, Ky..,
sol -7, round trip tickets will be
Ragall stations on the Southern
ber. Tickets to be sold Septem
~ in advance
it ~ t ed departure so
baty e moy' supply himself with
rope foi-m of ltickets.
The Wssissipj~i aley Medical As
ociat . meets at %shville, N. C.,
)ctob .9h-11th. Thb onthern Rail
ay wa sell round trii tickets from
11 $tat'4 s on its lines ~ctober 6th to
th, incI sive, with fitn limit Ozto
For fi her informuatton call on or
~rite any hgnt of the Southern Rail
ray or its o nections.
s n t oni ne of the most
elicate and icious of break
ast foods e offered to t
>ub ic, but in ditio is high
Iy d for the use
>sersons of weak digestion
f handsolfagraitres we are
iving with Cre f 'Wheat
They are works o art. Ask
o see them.
FM. Habe ichi
Dealer ini Fine Gro iet.
With fair education and ch'
eter, to learn Telegraphy, ilroa
Accunting, and Type-writings .h
is endo'sed by all leading fw
ompaniea as the only perfect.
liable institution of its kind.
graduates are as~.sted to po
Ladies also admitted. Write' f
cataloue. Fall term opens Aug
GLOBE TELEGRAPH COLL
Oshkosh, Wis., and Lexingtoi'
No matter how often or how much
we talk about the White Mountain
Freezer, we tell nothing but the truth
about it. In fact there is no necessity
for telling anything but.the truth, as
e rcry feature of the White Mountain
is a good feature, and every point is a
telling point. Only the very best
materials are used in its manufacture,
and will produce the finest quality of
cream in the shortest possible tima.
3.QUARTS, $2.25; 4 QUARTS, $2.75;
6 QUARTS, $3.25.
J. W, SEIGLER
COLD STORGE POTATJES
(Some planted July 14th show
tops through st raw July 29tb.)
Seeds suitable to plant in a
and 15 varieties of Turnips.
Pawley' I1d HloeI1 1
A Most Delightful Seaside
Resort, is now Open
- for theSummer
~of 1goo. _
FINE NI WCOW1U
from Lan - g , , .ane'
steame~r is n on the
line fr,om *orgetown t W~verly
Good ws'ter'_(artesian os
qoitoes; finestrf e line frih's
The table is rP -.' o p lied wlt
ish, oysters, A& f . hrimps In.
For teru -
M R' . P WILLIAMS,
rt bot .= Prepared only
CIKIGAX DRUG COMPANY.
JoIh H. McMaster &'Co. Winnsboro,
S. (. W. Woodward &~ do., Rockton,
. 4;W. M. Patrick, Woodward, S. C.;
T. Patrick & Co., White Oak, S. C.
1kat the next ten people you meet
asee how much is worn of the so
cdjewelry. From a $500.00 watch
el n to a five cent stick pin. Jew'
el~ hia come to be a staple article of
on will buy it ore or less of it; see
t you get whtyou pay for -
n you buy. You can be sure of
afti'if-you will buy of McMASTER
C.J., ef Winnsboro, or CHLAS. J.
SMITH, Ridgeway, who have a full
assortment of the W. F. MAIN Co.
goods. Every article of these goods is
fully warranted to be exactly as repre
sented. A printed guaranty to this
effect is given with bach article of
these goods purchased at their store. Ct
N . F. MAIN CO. i
Eastern Fe-;tory Cor. Friendship and or
Eddyt ss., Providence, R. I.i
WsenFactory (Largest Jewer
~Factory in the word), East Iowa City,$
You assume no risk when you buy 01
Chamberlain's Colhc, Cholera and
iiarros1 Remedy. McMaater C.- E
jill refund your monov if you are~ not0s
atfi.d after using it. It is every- s
'wer.' admtted to be the molt su.'cess
l remned, in use for bowel complaints i
and the only one that never fails. TI
l pleasant, safe and reliable.
We 01er at
kGOOD STOCK OF FI
DIES, AND DAIN
Goods we sold at 25c,
Goods that were i 1
Goods that were 12 1
Good that were 7c an
Pl1is is uour
but a eool
We have many nice
)rgandies and Fancy Stripe
Gauze Vests, Ventilated
nd many other goods that n
We have many bargains
ren's Sandals and Oxford 'I
Come to see us, we can ple
Thie Caldwell Dr
I NOW HAVE IN ST
~ALSO A FEW Hna
WILL GIVE YOU A
Q. D. W E
SOr man esets toC.
111H CAROIIIA COLLEGE
COLUMBIA, S. C.
A.B,B. S., A. M., LL.B, L I
)rses. Sprint Courses frce fo
acers. Fourteen Professors; 33,
0 volumes in library ; excellent lab
toies, class-rooms, gymnasium
frmary, athletic grounds. Tuitior
:0, other fees $10, a session; tuitiot
mitted to needy students. Expenses
.35 to -$175 a session. Ceriilel
ipils from forty-five Acc:oditei
~hool- enter its Freshman Class with
Entrance and 'Normal Scho'arshij
iaminations held at every county
at, Friday, July 20, 1900, by Count2
iperinten lent s.
Next session opens September 29
00. For cata'ugue, address,
F C. WOOD WARD,
6 31 Pr.eideant.
GURED LAWNS, ORGAN
TY STRIPES, BEAU
2c and 2oc, now 12 1-2C.
-2C and I5c, now i oc.
d 8 1-3c, now 5c.
things in White Goods, Lawns,
s that are cheap.
[ Corsets, Drop Stitch Hosiery,
iake the heat less burdensome.
in Ladies', Misses' and Chil
ies-good shapes and styles.
y Goods Company,
OCK A FULL LINE OF
S~izes, 1 to 5.
GAIN IN THEM.
FET'S Allays lnitaIonsAidsliaimi,
'owder) A ~Teething Easy.
owdes) .TEETIJINA RelievesthesBowel
tsat~Troube ofCiden of
l. MOFF ETT, M. D., ST. L.OUIS. MO.
Carlotte Conercial College,
CTharlotte, N. C., established in 1891
Rose Blliess College,
IRome, Ga., established in 1886,
now under one management, offers
exceptional advantages to any one
desiring a thoroughly practical buui
ness education in the shortest possible
The wide range of territory covered
by our employment agency affords
exceptional chances for securing posi
tions. We will guarantee you a posi
tion if you take onr guarantee course.
Tbe rooms in the schools are large
and convenient and well lighted.
Y.oung meni or young women may
enroll in eiher school any week day
during the year.
If 5 ou are a stenographer, book
keeper or teacher and desire a posi.
.tion, wrie the Piedmont Agency,
Chariote, N C. If you are not a
stenographer or book-keeper, spend a
few mnonths in one of these schools
and get ' ourself in shape for earning
$bould a~ n <b.-i, e to be an expert In
inztere-t, MIocks, trade di~count, etc.,
send 25 cent- in stamr's or silver and
get our Pocket C:idenhoor-just what
For circulars and further informa
D) M. McI VER,
I MONEY TO LOA
On Improved Farms secure
>mortgages. U+ s 8 per
-sums not leo , - I, 3*
SNo commisin. 1..sower
or JOHN B. PALMER
1 6 Colm
business have given ourgoods
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 sell, to give satisfac
tion, you being the judge.
Any article failing to do this,
will be cheerfully exchanged z
no work, we sell no goodsn
under our guarantee, whic
has never been questio
throughout our entire
R. BRAND &
The Jeweler and Optician
But Plant Thv
Look over our list before
planting and you will see just
what suits you, because they
are the ones THAT GROW.
WHITE FLAT DUTCH
RED TOP FLAT DUTCH
WHITE GLOBE -
Yours for Tur
I S TIWCSTAMARD
J. OBEA R.
.*. Attention !
NOW I5 THE TIIIE TO BUY
OUR STOCK OF HEAVY GRO
ceries is now complete.
We cater specially for the farmers'
trade. We know what they meed, and
are prepared to seive them and at bot
We also carry a nice line of shelf -
...1 everything usually found -in a
ome and see us