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Saturday. September 29, 190(
F. E. PROPST
For these Fine Cakes.
FIVE O'CLOCK TEAS.
CHOCOLATE MARSH MALLOW
-Read Mrs. F. M. Habenicht's ad
-Dispenser Stevenson is conflne
to his home by sickness.
-Miss Kate Jennings will enter the
Columbia Female College.
-The largest stock of furniture ani
baby carriages, at J. 0. Boag's.
-Miss Bessie Gafford, of Baltimore,
has taken charge of the millinery de
partment of Mrs. J. 0. Boag.
-Goldthwaite & Son., Troy, Ala.
wrote: TEErrD's speedy care oi
sores and eruptions upon the skin bave
To prevent consumption quickly
cure throat and lung troubles witI
One Minute Cough Care. McMaster
-This hasbeen another lively week
-cotton coming in freely. Mr. W. H.
Flenniken's purchases one day amount
ed to over $27,000.
-Services will be held in St. Jobn'
Episcopal Chureb on Sandey morning
at 11 o'clock, and the Holy Commu
nion will be celebrated. Service ii
the afternoon at . o'clock.
-The managers of the Winasboro
Racket Store have retnoved their
damaged goods from the freight depot
to their storeroom in the granite build
ing and will sell them off there.
The most dainty and effective pills
made are DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
They are unequaled for all liver and
bowel troubles. Never gripe. Mc
-Mr. Q. D. Wiliford is very ill at
his home 9and much anxiety is felt for
him. He has been sick for seversl
days. His friends hope for his speedy
recovery. was slightly better on
-Representative-elect John B. Mor
rison, of Fairfield, spent last Sunday
in the city. "Jack" deserves to win
a..d will be a diligent and attentive
member of the Legislature. -Chester
-Buy your cook and heating stoves
from J. O.Boag.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers are
pari g 11Ml easte Co,
-Miss Sitgreaves has returned from
the north with an elegant assortment
of pattern hats, which will be dis
played at the proper season. See the
nice line of ready-to-wear hats now
for sale at Mrs. MicCarley's.
for to enter the douth Caro
lina lonal Institution at that
place. Belis a fine young fellow who
will doubtless make a splendid record
at college and he has the best wishes
of many friends.
-Mr. Withers, of Blacksburg, the
new druggist for the Obear Drug
Company, arrived on Thursday ft
enter upon his duties. Mr. Witheri
comes highly recommended and wil[
AiR his position ably. He is an acqui
sitlon to the place and is warmly wel
You can spell it cough, cofi, cangh,
kauf, kaff, kongh, or kaugh, but the
only harmless remedy that quickly
cures it is One Minute 'ough Curs.
- eMaster Co.
-If you are cross-eyed you had
better go and see the oculist at the
Hotel Duval. Eyes straightened with
out the use of the knife; cataracts re
moved without operatiou; also pte.
rygium painless. Granulated cyelidi
cured no matter bow bad or now long
-The surveying party reached
Camden several days ago and are now
on the return trip to Winnsboro. The
party will survey another line between
Camden and this' place and have al
ready started to work on it. Capt.
Dwight will return to Winnsboro to.
* day to remain over Sunday.
Tbe emergency bags sent by a church
society to Kansas soldiers in the Philip
pines contained among the necessities
a box of DeWitt's Witch Hlazel Salve,
the well know n cure for piles, injuries
and skin diseasep. The ladies took
care to obtain the original DeWitt's
Witch Hszel Salve knowing that all
the counterfe-its are worthies'. Mc
-So numerous have been the cases
of jaundice in town .this summer that
It amounts almost to an epidemic. The
doctors attribute the prevalence of
this disease to the extremely hot and
dry weather that we have had this
summer. The disease has atttcked
both white and colored people, but
more cases have occurred among the
neg~oes. Only a few of the cases have
been severe and the advent of cool
weather will probably put a stop to it.
-If you are in need of eye glasses,
you had better call on the oculist at
the Hotel Duval. Dr, Becker's many
customers speak of him in the highes
terms. He has already restored tc
sight people who were almost blind.
His. price, are ve ry reasonable; hi
makes .ao charges for examination
anid makes glasses in all the lats
Pois.oous toadmiool. resembing~
marmbroomis have caused frequena
dlear bs this y ear. Be sure to use enal
4 ibhe genuine. Obser-' the astne car'
when you ask ims DeWitt's Witc]
Hazel Salve. There are poisonoon
counterfeit', DeWitt's is the onl:
original Witch Hazel Salve It is
sale and certain cure for piles and al
skn disasr Mc Master Co.
-If your eyes burn, smart, f
sticky in the morning, pain or it
y you, or if you have tears in your ey
spots Rah before your eyes, or y
hold your reading too near or too fh
or strong light hurts your eyes, or y
have headaches, call and see the oc
list at the Hotel Duval. 18 years' c
perience. No charge for examir
-The work of clearing away t]
debris frem the freight depot and
- removing the burned parts of tl
building is going on rapidly. T
repairs must necessarily be rushed
the agent is forced to use the emp
- car boxes to deposit freight in and t
inconvenience of this arrangement e
easily be imagined. The cotton ba)
that were partly burned have be
pulled apart and the insurance age
will decide who is to claim the si
La e sun spots, astronomers sa
caus the extreme heat this summe
and doctors declare nearly all tl
prostrations were induced by di
orders of the stomach. Good heal
follows good digestion. Kodol D3
pepsia Cure digests what you eat.
you have indigestion or dyspepsi
will quickly relieve and permanenti
cre you. McMaster Co.
-The town council has decided 1
come down with a heavy haud upe
bicycle riders who do not abide by t
ordinance in regard to using lights <
bicycles. This ordinance has not bei
strictly enforced recently and t
riders have become careless, and vel
i few wheels are provided with lanteri
It will te agood thing to enforce tl
ordinance, as the 'use of the lights wi
prevent '.accidents to both riders ax
pedestriane, especially on our si
streets which are so poorly lightei
when on dark nights one has to grou
his way, and collisions could so easil
-People who are inclined to b
rather superstitions about fires ii
Winnsboro and who always look fc
asecond fire after one has occurre
were not surprised to hear the firebe:
on Thursday night. The alarm moo:
brought a crowd, but by the time th
people had arrived at the scene of th
Are it was out. The fire was in thi
Duval hotel and was caused by th
explosion of a lamp. The flame
caught a mosquito net and caused con
siderable excitement among the peo
ple in the hotel. It was quickly ex
tinguisLed and very little damage wa
The progressive nations of the worlk
are the great food consuming nations
Good food well digested gives strength
If you cannot digest all you eat, yo%
need Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It dl
gests what you eat. You need no
diet yourself. It contains air of th
igestants combined with the bes
known tonics and reconstructives. I
will even digest all classes of foods Ir
a bottle. No other reparation wil
do this. It instantly relieves and
quickly cures all stomach troubles,
her of eommsslinera foi
thCarolina Inter-State fi
Indian Exposition have been al
pointed frome the different countie
These appointments are made by i
senators and the president and seer
tary of the State agricultural societj
The following [are the gentlemen wl
have already been appointed frol
Fairleld County: Messrs. J. W. Lyl
and J. G. Mobley. Two more al
pointments will he made from th!
county, as..the county board consisl
of four members. A meeting.of thei
commissioners will be held on Thurl
day of fair week in Columbia and
is most important that all of the men
bers shall attead, as this meeting is
he held for the purpose of organizini
-All In need of an open or tc
buggy, phreton o, surry, call on
J. 0. Boag.
DE. W. H. WAKEFIELD,
of Charlotte, N. C., will be in Winni
boro, at the Winnsboro Hotel, o
Wednesday, October 17th, for one da
only. His practice is limited to ey
ear, nose and throat. 9-27td
Beginning, next Sunday mornin
and continuing througb the week fo
lowiag revival services will be hel
in the Baptist chapel at the Fairfiel
Cotton Mills. Services: Sunday morn
ing 11 o'clock, Sunday night 8 o'clocli
Evety night through the week
For Over Fifty Years.
Mus. WINSLOW's SOOTHING SYRU
has been used for over fifty :years b
millions of mothers for their childre
while teething, with perfect succes.
It soothes the child, softens the gume
allays all pain, cures wind colic, an
is the best remedy for diarrhoea.]
will relieve the poor little suffere
immediately. Sold by druggistsi
every part of the world. Twenty-fiv
cents a bottle. Be sure and ask fc
"Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,
and take no other kind. 1-1-17
NOTICE TO BICYCLISTs
We are baving a great deal of con
plaint from citizens about the toti
disregard of bicycle riders to the bic,
le ordinance, especially those ridit
without bells and lautterni at uilgh
Now we do not wish to be hard on ti
bicyclists, but we have some citizer
tt.at do not ride wheels. If you ai
preciaite the privileges of sidewalk
which y ou now have, observe the ord
nance or the council will be compelle
to put you in the street.
1 ~ J. E. Coan, Intenidant.
Besas h in oula AwysBa
}l CHURCH SERVICES.
ch Services will be held in the f ollo
's, ing churches on Sunday:
Dn Methodist-11 a. m. School Sund
,r, at 5 p. M. Prayer meeting Wedne
Ou day at 5 p. m.
u- Presbyterian-11 a. m. by the pa
' or. Sunday School at 5 p. m. Pray
a- meeting Wednesday at 5 p. m.
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
oe Rev. Neill E. Pressly. Service at :
of a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday Sch(
be at 4 p. m. Prayer meeting Wedne
he day at 4 p. m.
ty C A. W CP O S .A.
he Nr th, The Kind You a3" Aways B
ts DEATH OF MR. A. L. PORTER.
'l- Mr. A. L. Porter died at his hoin
in this place at 12 o'clock Wednesda
y night. He has been ill for month
r. with consumption and Lie death wa
s expected. Mr. Porter was a native o
th Ridgeway, but has made his home i
'8- Winnsboro for yeare, and was ver
i highly respected and esteemed by al
y with whom he was associated. Mi
Porter's wife and five children and hi
to mother survive him.
in The funeral services were held a
be the Baptist Church on Thursday after
>n noov at 4.30 o'clock and the remain
.n were interred in the Episcopal come
e ur% . Messrs. Lawrence and Ed
ry Por er, who had been sent for on ac
0. count of the critical illness of thei
ie father, were here when he died.
id A Monster Devi Fish
le . Destroying its victias, is a type o
9 Constipation. The power of thi
murderous malady is felt on organi
P and nerves and muscles and brain
ly There's no health till it's overcome.
But Dr. King's New Life Pills are j
safe and certain cure. Best in the
e world for Stomach, Liver, Kidneyi
= and Bowels. Only 25 cents at Mc.
ir Master Co.'s drog store.
n The case of L M. Blair & Co. vs.
e G. B. Morgan :resulted -in a verdict in
e favor of defendant. Messrs. J W.
3 Hanahan and W. D. Douglass for
0 plaintiff and Messrs. Ragsdale & Rags
8 dale for the defendant.
Alva E. Powell vs. Southern Rail
way Co. was the next case tried.
A. S. & W. D. Douglass represented
the plaintiff and Maj. D. B. Duncan
the defendant. Verdict for plaintif
McBride Smith vs. Southern Rail
way Co. was the !ast case tried. Rags
-dale & Ragadale for plaintiff and Maj.
SD. R. Duncan for the defendant.
At the time of going to press the jury
t had not agreed.
IMBS MARTHA CREIGET DEAD
Mrs. Martha Creight died at the
home of her son, Mr. .W. B., Creight,
on Friday morning etao@Ielnete
wa.' ,.. but a shor
- time, having been taken sick only o1
a. Tuesday afternoon. Although thi
e family did not expect her to recover
a it was not thought that the end wasls
. near, and her ~sath was a great shock
L Mrs. Creight was about 87 ;ears o:
i age, and was one of the oldest peopi
s in Winnsbqro. She was a gentle ant
>- lvable pehlon and her death hai
i cause' much isorrow. She has spen
ts her life in Winneboro and is closel;
e identified with the place. Mr. anc
a- Mrs. W. B. Creight with several grand
t children and'great grandchildren sur
- vive her. The funeral services will bi
o held this (Saturday) morning at 11
o'clock at the Presbyterian Church~
COMING AND GOING.
Miss Marian Utes is visiting hei
sister, Mrs. J. W. Seigler.
Miss Kate Wheeler is visiting rela
tives i~i Prosperity and Newberry.
Rev. Harold Fhomnas arrives to-ha:
and will conduct service at St. John's
' Church on Sunday.
n Miss Blanche Ruff has returned t
y Columbia to resume her studies at the
3, Columbia Female Collepe.
Miss Miriam Jord an is attending Mt.
Zion Institute. She is staying with
her uncle, Capt. W. G. Jordan.
g Miss May Martin leaves on Monday
I with her cousin, Miss Holmes, foi
d Savannah where she will spend several
' A. S. Douglass, Jr., left on Friday
-night for his home in Gainesville, Fls.,
8 after spending some *ime here with
Capt. Allen Jones was in town on
Thursday and Friday. He was one of
several insurance men who were here
nto adjust the losses by the depot fire.
. C. S. Dwight, Jr., returns on Mon
day to the Porter Military Academy in
d Charleston. Kit McMaster and Brice
rRobinson return the same day to the
S. C. M.A.
e Dr. Olin Sawyer, ot Ridgeway,
SS. (., arrived in town this week and
will rer'. on his lau:-els at the home of
his father, Mr. P. 8. Sawyer. We are
glad to see the Dr. looking so well
after his recent attack of fever.-Johln
- Cold steel or Death.
g "There~ is but one small chance to
t save your life and that is through ai
e operation,"-was the aw ful prospect set
befo e M rs. I. B. Hunt, of Lime Ridge,
iWis., by her doctor after vainly try.
ing to cure her of a frighful case of
s stomach trouble and yellow jaundice,
. He didn't count on the muarveloni
d pwar of Electric Bitter-s to enrt
Stomach and Liver troubles, but she
heard of it, took seven botles, was
wholly cured, avoided sum geon's knife
now weighs more and feels better that
ever. It's positively guarantee d to cure
t Stomach, Liver and Kidney troublei
and never disapptints. Price 50c al
Mater Co.' drug store.
"Oh, Say, '
w. If your eye-gl not exactl
fit you, or you air, be sur
ay and avail yourself opportinit
s- to have each of y sfitted cor
rectly by Dr. Becke rman cc
.. list, who is now and f short tim
.r only at the Hotel Duval His optics
parlor is fitted with the la est and bes
- instruments known to science. N<
I charge for examination. The docto:
o will call at old people's houses free oi
s. charge if they cannot come to him.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
e Bears the
y Signature of , ,
n They say the world is growing worse,
I don't believe it, though;
Y They say men worship but the parse,
1 I don't believe it, though;
They say that greatness is no more,
a That all the wise have gone before
And only trouble is in store
I don't believe it, thougb.
They say tbere aremo saints to-day,
I don't believe it, though;
They say we tread a downward way,
I flon't believe it, though;
They say there's only gloom ahead.
They say *bat all the knights are dead.
r Tbey say rmen's sweetest love are fled -
I don't bblieve it, though.
Men had their troubles long ago,
And that's what I believe;
The Lord still loves here below,
And that's what I believe;
O!d Homer, of the sightless eyes,
And' Cmsar lie 'neath other akies,
But greater men than they will rise,
And that's what I believe.
The world grows faster day by day,
And that's what I believe;
The good have not all passed away,
And that's what I believe;
Though many a one we loved is gone,
Fond hearts and true are beating on
The happlest days are still to dawn,
Aind that's what I believe.
8. E. Kiser in Chicago Times-Herald.
6 Per Cent.
ADVANCES MADE ON COTTON
stored- t our warehouse at the rate of
6 per cent per annum.
TAE WINNSBORO BANK,
9-25t3w2 T. K. Elliott, President.
Notie to Depositors.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the rate of interest on deposits in
the Savings Department of this Bank
will hereatter be at the rate of three
pe per annum, payable January
1st a '( st, on sums deposited at
least tths prior to those dates.
The: rt&i four pez cent will be
allowed e.n presen deposits, of this
SK. Elliott, Prsdet
*TAXES L BE ~1
Spayab1e' the 15th day of October
B to the 31 y of December, 1900.
SThe ta levy for State purposes Is
S5 mills; for ordmna'ry county purposes,
4mills:f - school pur poses, 3 mills;
Smaki ' -.al levy of 12 millS on all
r tai le r v of the county. There
I Is a'i 2, '..,ai, a special tax, for
school purposes of 2 mills in School
Districts Nos. 1, 9, 14, 17, 18 and 25,
'making a total levy of 14 mills In those
B school districts, and a special school
) tax of 1 mill In No. 19, making a total
' v of 13 mIlls in that school district.
* -Ie is alsoa tax of one dollar on
'a :nalecitizen between the ages of
u.d 60 years, except those who are
. bled or are made exempt by law.
iaxes are payable in the following
I. uds of funds, and no othor: Gold
and silver coin, United State. cur
rency, national bank notes, and con
Spons which shall become due and pay
able during the year 1900' on the con
Isolidated ~bonds known as "Brown"
bonds, and the bonds of the State
known as "Blue" Bonds, and any other
State bonds which may be issued by
anihority of an Act of the General
Assembly, the conpons of which are
by such Act made receivable for taxes.
HUGH 8. WYLIE,
9 27-1m County Treasurer.
An elegant line of
New York Biscuit
Co.'s fine Cakes and
Chocolate Marsh Mallows.
5 O'clock Teas.
Dealer in Fine Groceries.
OUR BUYERS HAVE BE]
We will be better prepa
give you BETTER VALUI
than ever before.
Be sure to give us a call
will tell you more about the ba
The Caldwell Dry
Too Busy C
TO WRITE AN Al
Will give you a
Q. D. WII
orsanneents to C. J.
Palovs Iild dill
A Most Delightful Seaside
Resort, is now Open
FINE NEW COACHES NOW RUN
from Lanes to Georgetown, and a new
and modern steamer is now on the
line from Georgetown to Waverly
Good water (artesian); no mos
quitoes; fine surf bathing ; fine fishing.
The table is always supplied with
la, oysters, crabs and shrimps in
For terms address
MRS. WINTHROP WILLIAMS,
Watverly Mills, S. C.
SOIIT CAROLINA COLLEGE
CO]LUMBIA, S. C.
A. B., B. S., A. M., LL.B , L. L.
Courses. Spring Courses free for
Teachers. Fourteen Professors; 83,
000 volumes in library ; excellent lab
oratories, class-rooms, gymnasium,
inirmary, athletic grounds. Tuition
$40, other fees $10, a session ; tuition
remitted to needy students. Expenses
$135 to $175 a session. Certified
Ppils from forty-five Accredited
Schooli enter its Freshman Class with
Ernc ndo Normal Scho'arship
Examinations held at every county
seat, Friday, July 20, 1900, by County
Nuert esn nsopens September 29,
200. For caaoF e C. ddreAsR,
5 S1 President .
IN TO NEW YORK BUY
red to supply your wants and
aed BETTER SERVICE
and see what we have. We
rgains in this space later on
TK E MY_
I~~k Ni. Tullg Easy.
i rss, ANY AGE.
MOFFETT, M. D., ST. LOUIS. MO.
$1.25 per Bushel.
M.W.Doty & CQa,
M. E. PuiOY, A. B., Pricpand
MISS LO.OE BLARn, A. B., Primary
tressivChrisbtian cmmunity. Ta l
io -ro 1 to $3acrding to grade.
Next seseion bij SEPTEMBER
ED For fnrar ifrmato apply
Or to Thos. Bar, J, B ule
EVERY LINIC now is &parkling with
bright new good. The public
is cordially Invited to eore Ia
and look around at any time,
without feeling under any ob
gations to buy. Come sad In
spect my lines when I am In
Wingsboro and Ridgeway. Ask
to see everything.
WE CARRY only high quality goods,
well made and well Selshed,
whether plated or solid. That
is our hobby. They wIL wear.
WE CAN SUPPLY every want made.
upon an up-to-date Jewelry
Store anywhere. We are thor
oroughly Informed as to every
detail in our business and no
goods offered you are so good
for the money.
OUR GUARANTEE means absolute
satisfactioia to the ursr.
R. BRAN DT,
Under Tower Clock, Chester, , C.
Wek5LO16 a Twa
-LAWYM' B3UB 8
and everything injeb line dome
as eheaply as ay where else sa
GIVE'US A CIANCI
Every penny~ spent
home is kept t home
m ALL ITW DEPAMEN
with a falt'stock of Cashets,
Cases and Coffis, constantly en hand,
and use . f hearse when repesthd.
Thankfal far past pead
tation for am as e~
Calls atteaded to at alt haus.
i uWIOT1 T lm -.
.j. N, ULLEOT'P S O.