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Tuesay, October 9, - . 190(
-This week at
F. E. PROPST'S.
CABBAGE, IRISH POTATOES and
Canned Goods of all kinds, fresh. Al
-Bay your cook and heating stovei
from J. O. Boag.
-Mothers must not forget that Dr
Moffett's TEETHINA (Teething Pow
den) will cure their child.-ady.
-Friends of Prof. R. Means Davit
will be pleased to know that he Is
able to be out after an attack of sick.
ness, which confined him to his home
for some time.
-We are glad to learn that Mr. R,
Ross Steele, of fantersville, N. C.
whose wife was Miss Sallie Mills, of
Blackstock, is going to move to Mrs.
Steele'e old home.-Lancester Review
No other pills can equal DeWitt'"
Little Early Risers for promptness
certainty and efficiency. McMaster Co
-The largest stock of furniture and
baby carriages, at J. 0. Boag's.
-The store of the late Q. D. Willi
ford will be closed to-day until 11
O'clock, for the purpose of straighten
Ing up the stock.
J. L. Mimnaugh, Admr.
-The town council is having a low
wall of granite put around the well
in the court house yard, which not
-only protects the well but greatly im
proves its appearance.
-A very large crowd was in town
on Saturday attending the closing out
sale of Q. D. Williford's stock. A
quantity of cotton was brought to
town. and business was brisk.
This is the leason when mothers are
alarmed on account of croup. It is
quickly cured by One Minute Cough
Cure, which children like to take. Mc
-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 bats now
for sale at Mrs. McCarley'u.
-The McMaster Co. is advertising
garden and field seed, such as barley,
rye, wheat, a great many varietios of
turnip seed, beets, spinach, &c. Go
to them if you need anything in this
-B. Brandt's guarantee with every.
thing he sells means your absolute
satisfaction or money refunded. This
firm was established in 1828 and has
been in the Brandt family over 35
The best method of cleansing the
lier is the use of the famous little pills
known as DeWitt's Little Early Eisers.
Easy to take. Npver gripe. McMaster
was ruu.$r and killed by atrain oi
Th ynight last near White Oak
di"eman was ntoxicated and hadilai'
down en the railroad track and won
to sleep. Tbe negro's body was fear'
fully mangled by the train.
-Mrs. W. R. Garrison's illness
whiich was reported some days ago, is
we are glad to note, nothing so serioui
as paralysis. She is saffering from att
attack of rheumatism. Her friendi
will be pleased to know that her con.
dition is not so seriova as was rumerec
4Torturing skin eruptions, burns an.
sores are soothed at once and prompt
Iy healed by applying DeWitt's Witct
H ale, the beat known cure foi
Bware of worthless counter
R. Brandt did not have some.
~hing special to show in quantity oi
goods, new styles, and more partico.
larly in price, it would be no use o;t
his making such efforts to do a more
-If you are cross-eyed you hac
better go and see the oculist at thb
Hotel Duval. 'Eyes straightened withi
out the use of the knife; cataracts re
moved without operation; also ptto
rygium painless. Granulated cyelidi
cured no matter bow bad or now long
Feelings of safety pervade the house
hold that uses One Minute Cough Cure
the only harmless remedy that pro
duces immediate results. It is infalli
ble for cougha, colds. croup and al
throat and lung troubles. It will pro
vent consanption. McMaster Co.
-A short time ago, Thou. Eubanks
Sr., a native of Fair field county, wh<
had moved to Union and was an oper
ative in the Unlon Cotton Mills anc
the Excelsior Kuitting Mills, diec
from the effects of a spider bite. Veri
soon after the spider had stung him
blood poison set in and in a few hour'
he was dead Mr. Eubanks leaves
wife and four children.
-R. Brandt, the well known jewele;
and watchmaker of Chester, 8. U.
will visit Winnsboro on October 26t1
with a very handsome and extensivi
line of floe jewelry, watches, chains
4solid silverware and novelties. R
Brandt will display his wares at th
Obear Drug Co.'s store. -adv.
Do not get scared if your bear
froubles you. Most likely you snffe
from indigestion. Kodol Dyspepsi:
Cure digests what you eat and give
the worn out stomach perfect rest. I
is tbe only preparation known tha
completely d''.ests oIl classes of foods
that is why it cures the worst cases c
indigestion and stomach trouble afte
ever'. tblag else has failed. It may b
taken in all conditions and cannot hel
hut do you good. McMaster Co.
-J. D. McCarley k Co. are gettin
in a large supply of new and nic
things, such as pickles, and differeE
varieties of sauces, fine coffees an
teae, and Innumerable other thing
which will tempt the honsekeeperi
especiauy at this season when it is
hard for them to sn- ply their tables
with any variety of things. They
will be glad for you to call on them c
and see for yourself.
-The policemen alter their usual
Monday measuring of the water in I
the cisterns reported no water in the
cistern at the freight depot. This cis- g
tern was put there for the protection
of railroad property, and the railroad I
is supposed to keep it full. It is one
of the most Important in town as
there always many thousands of dol
lars worth of property at the freight
depot, especially at this season of the Al
year when so much cotton. is on the
platform, and it is absolutely neces- C
sary thal water should be kept in the he
cistern. If the railroad fails to do so, so
the town council should take steps in al
the matter at once and require them to
f11 the cistern and keep it full.
-By honesty, integrity and low
prices, R. Brandt has built up a large D
and successful busines. If you do be
not wish to buy, it will pay you any
way to see his elegant stocL. Mail
orders promptly filled from any cata- di
logue. Prices never higher, often Jr
-We wish to call attention to the m
advertisement of the Bamberg Nursery fo,
Co., which appears elsewhere in our
columns. This nursery, of which a
Messrs. H. J. & Otis Brabham, of C
Bamberg, are proprietors, is the only th
one that we know of in [the State, and co
should have the patronage of all Sonth
Carolinians They issue an excellent
catalogue and their plants are healthy p
and strong and are beautifully packed s
for shipment. We havs received from an
this nursery fruit trees and other dr
plants, and all were entirely satisfac- us
tory. The fruit trees were received in an
the spring, which is considered a try- yo
ing Eeason for planting trees, and all loi
havo lived and flourished. They are lie
reliable people to deal with and home Cc
industries should be encouraged. For
cataloghes address The Bambern Nur
sery Co., Bamberg, S C.
,a A.0W2C'1XL3E.L fei
DWI TIh8 11Rd NO ive Ala38 W0gh p&
T d s q ova
THE WATER SuPPLY.-The follow- tee
ng is the report of the policeman on
the water supply measurements taken te
on Monday morning: kei
Cisterns. Capacity.. ft. in. co
Court-house......17 0 16 G the
Depot............16 7 - na
lliott's........11 11 3 scr
Neil's ... .......17 7 16 6 184
Miller's.......... 8 - to
Phillips'........11 5 11 5 to
commings'...17 8 17 0 ca'
gollege.........15 3 15 3 Te
Smart's........16 6 16 6 gil
. . fet
A few pupils in stenography. Ap- o
ly.JpMiss Disyjaot geetral
offce of the Telephone Exchange.
Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob
life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve
cure them; also Old, Running and 1
Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons,
Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns,
Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Best File cure on earth. Drives out
Pains and Aches. Only 25 cts. a box.
Cure guaranteed. Sold by McMaster
DR. W. H. WAKEFIELD, Is
Iof Charlotte, N. C., will be in Winns. B
boro, at the Winnsboro Hotel, ont
Wednesday, October 17th, for one day 1
only. His practice is limited to eye, ft
ear, nose and throat. 9-27td tL
Daisy Cicero was lodged in jail en
Saturday charged with the murder of
her husband. It is siid that she shot
her husband several times, and then g
struck him in the head with an axe.
The homicide occurred on Mr. Kaylor's
place in the.Longtown neighborhood. b
3eans W 3 idYUiN ig
COMIN~G AID GOING. a
Miss Jennie Rosborough has re
turned to Winnsboro after spending a
week with Mrs. H. L. Elliott in Co- f0
Mrs. Wade H. Williford and chil- fi'
dren are visiting relatives here. They 0'
arrived last week after receiving the or
announcement of Mr. Q. D. Williford's W
Mrs. Paul Trapier Bayne, of Green- gi
ville, is visiting the Misses McMahan as
on Senate street, to the pleasure of her iv
Columbia friends. She leaves this ci
week for trips to Fairfield County and bi
Atlanta before returning home.-The di
4 acialmed Letters.
The following is a list of letters i 3- fil
maining unclaimed in the postoffice at fi
tWinnsboro, October 8, 1900: T1
rMiss Lucy A. Baxter, si
a Hilliard Brown. ni
Rice Gadson k Fred Trap. c
Johny Jonses, .o
i Mr. James Lightner, ti
rMiss Cary Rarens,
,Miss Carrie Wilsor- C
Persons calling for the above letters h
Swill please say they are advertised.
PrestoL Rion, P. M.
Dears tae R KnYaHas Nuys 4gg t
)r. Bull's gh rp cures Cough
r Cold at once. CoqersCo
h ut a others praise It
)octors prescribe it for Bronchi
loarseness, Grippe, PneUmOnia an
onsumption. Quick, sure results.
krice, 25 cents. Refuse the dealer's substitute.
Always cures when others fail.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE
The classes at the South Carolina
llege :have all been organized and
ye elected their officers. In the
phomore class the Winnsboro stud
ta figure quite prominently. The
llowing boys have bec elected:
esident of sophomore class, Chas.
Neil; vice-president, Clement F.
vis; and Chas. L. Jennings has
en made captain of the football team.
e foilowing new students from
innsboro have joined the Euphra
in Literary Society: Amos E. Davis,
., and T. R. Ellison. Mr. W. Her.
rt luff, of Ridgeway, has been
de manager of the Freshman class
I e Fairfield boys have alwayr taken
r ninent part at the South Carolina
il and the students who are vow
r ire keeping up the record of the
Dr. W. H. Lewis, Lawrenceville,
i., writes, "I am using Kodol Dys
psia Cure in my practice among
rere cases of indigestion and find it
admirable remedy." Many hun
ds of physicians depend upon the
of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure in stom
troubles. It digests what yon eat,
I allows you to eat all the good food
i need, providiDg you do not over
d your stomach. Gives instant re
f and a permanent cure. McMaster
rEETHINA Was first used by Dr.
arles J. Moffett, a graduate of Jef
aon Medical College, Philadelphia,
, in his extensive and successful
atment of children in Georgia in
roming the troubles incident to
thing and hot summers.
eethina (Teething Powders) coun
acts the effect of hot weather and
ps the digestive organs in a healthy
dition, and has saved the lives of
isands of children in the doctor's
ive state, where physicians pre.
ibe and all mothers give it, and it
riminal in mothers of our section
ilow their babes and little children
infer and perhaps die when relief
be so easily obtained by giving
ithina. it costs only 25 cts at drug
ts, 'or mail, 25 cts. To C. J. Mof
t, M. D., St. Louis, Mo.
-All in need of an open or top
gy, phaeton or surry, c~nJ
For Tnfants and Children.
be Kind You Have Alwas Bought
A COmING MARRIAGE.
The wedding of Mr. Chas. K. Doug
is, of this place, to Miss Elizabeth
nd, of Marion, S. C., which is to
ke place to-mnorrow (Wednesday) in
ario, is of great interest to the
iends of the young couple here and
roughout the county. The bride is a
*srming young woman and will be
armly welcomed to Winnsboro,
here she already has many friends,
ving visited relatives here. She is a
ce of Mrs. W. H. Witherow. The
oomelect is a young man of sterling
rth and is receiving hearty con
atulations upon all sides. He leaves
night for Marion, and he and his
ide expect to return to Winnsboro
Thursday afternoon. The young
uple upon their return to Winnsboro
ill make their home with Miss Lilla
eaty in the northern part of town.
E NEWS AND HERALD wishes them
AN EARLY MORNING FIRE.
The house which ha. been occupied
r some time by Mr. Wm.K. Mc
rley and family was destroyed by
e on Saturday morning at about 3
lock. The fire is supposed to have
'iginated in the kitchen as the fire
as burning fiercely in that part of
e house when the family awoke and
ve the alarm. The tamily, with the
sistance of the fireme:' and others
ho came, were able to save practi
1y all of their furniture and clothing,
it tbe contents of the kitchen were
stroyed as the fire began there.
be firemen did magnificent work at
i fire and although the house was a
ame building the firemen put out the
ies before they had burned the
ont part of the house very badly.
be heses adjoining were in con
derable danger as they were quite
ar, but the vigilance of the fire
)mpanies prevented the fire from
readig. The house, which was
wned by Bun Emerson, was formerly
ee Methodist parsonage. The house
as insured for $500, and Mr. Mc
aley carried insurance on his bouse
he ~ext Teachers' examination will
ee held Friday, October 12.
D. L. STEVENSON,
in t; 2 Snnerintnnrln
"Oh, say, can Ya See?'
If your eye-glasses do not exactly
it you, or you need a pair, be sure
and avail yourself of the opportunity
to have each of your eyes fitted cor
rectly by Dr. Becker, the German ocu
list, who is now and for a short time
only at the Hotel Duval. His optical
parlor is fitted with the latest and best
Instruments known to science. No
charge for examination. The doctor
will call at old people's houses free of
charge If they cannot come to him.
Pacific Fire Insurance Compa ny o
Glen Fall Insurance Company oi
Rochester German Insurance Com
pany of Rochester, N. Y.
Solicits share of public patronage.
MONEY TO LOAN.
I have made arrangements with
brokers in New York City to make
loans on first mortgage of improved
farms for five years' time, payable in
instalments, at the low rate of 7 per
cent interest per annam. The broker
age and chaige for abstract and inspec
tion are reasonable. Apply to
J. E. McDONALD,
10-4 Attorney at Law.
MORY I PECANS
The best life. insurance in the world
is a- pecan grove. That kind of an
insurance company never bankrupts.
The trees are not subject to disease,
and are said to live 600 years. It Is
money well invested that would be
bard for the boys to throw away. Sin
gle trees have been known to produce
more than $40 worth of nuta in a year.
The nuts have never been a drug on
the market. Bamberg Nurseries, . J.
& Otis 3rabbam, proprietors. Bamr
berg, S. C., have these trees for sale.
Their 1900,catalogue is now ready and
can be had for the asking. It describes
and prices their stock of fruit and
shade trees, roses, evergreens, vines,
Mention this paper when you write.
LET TRS OF ADIINISTRATION.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
coUNTY OF P'AIRFIELD.
y 8. B. JOHHS TOR, Esq., Judge Probate
W HEREAS, J. L. Mimnaugh hath
made suit to me to grant him
etters ofradministration of the estate
and efieets of Q. D). Williford, de
monish all ansi gl .ldand
creditors of esai,
pea r befo P.
bate, to Aut
hereof, at 11 o'cloc in i
noon, to show , ythey have,
why the sl dministration should
not be gr ted.
; Given under my hand this 5th day
of 0+~t 1.. . A nno Domini 1900.
S. R. JOHNSTON,
1L, e6 : Judge of Probate.
Are daily arriving at our Food Em
porium. Thrifty housekeepers
take to our
Goobs anb 1prices
as naturally as the village youth are
attracted to church by the girls. It's
lke studying a book filted with a
tempting bill of fare to look over our
procession of specialties for the table.
One Barrel No. 1 Mackerel (new
catch); Forbes' Sugar-Cured Hams,
fresh always in stock; Fresh Cream
Cheese, at 17jc per pound. A fine
line of Canned Goods, Pickles, Mus
tards, Sauces, etc. Also Coffees, Teas,
Spices and many other good things too
numerous to mention for want of
space. Call and see us at the old
J. D. McCarley & Co.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved Farms secured bi first
mortgages. Interest 8 per cent. In
sums not less than $600, 3 to 8 years.
No sommissions. Borrower pays as
A S. k W. D. DO@1LA8.,
Wimumbere, . 8>.
er J@DN 3. PALME k SSN,
R.26 Slumbia, 5. 6.
500 BUSHELS HOME-RAISED
100 bushels Wheat.
10-3x3 SAML. C. CATHCARIT.
StoPo to t
TO EARLY BUYERS
WE WILL NAME AS
THIS IS Y(
The Caidwoll Di
r eof the La
A PORTION o]
onsisting of DRY GOQI
SHOES, and all classes<
These goods must be
~rder that the heirs may g
All parties indebted to
and settle at once.
J. L. Mi
1O0 BUTSBELS OF FINE WH E
and Red Rust-Proof Oats.
W. S. HALL.
9.1R.1m Mitford. S. (
ods for Our
WE WILL GIVE SPECIAL
HIS IS TO BE A
LOW A PRICE AS ANY
ry Goods Aompanys
Pgest Stoels of
se ira t1- Up
F THE ESTATE OF
)S, NOTIONS, CLOTHING,~
>f goods kept in an up-to-date
:in the Carolinas.
converted into casha
ret their p~t -adestate.
*j y ,e VFfred to the people oi
fi uy merchandise.
said estate will please call and
IOFFETT'S A lasIrriall,AlkDiguul
SH INA 2%
g Powders) TEAdkiBW
get tDigit, ANY AGE.
C. J. MOFFETT, M. D., ST. LOUIS, MG
Creenbilr Griad &bool
M. W. E Tior A. B., Principal
Lv De m e o' BLAIE, A. B., Primary
gressive, Chritian cmmunity. anr
AT Board at reasonable rdgtes. ad
Next senion begi-.. SEPTEMBEI
31tD. For fu~z~~ ibe ~ mat appli
Or to Tho. Blair, J. E. oree
EVERY LINi0 now is bparkling with
bright new goodt. The public
Is cordially invited to come in
and look around at any time, -
without feeling under any obli
gations to buy. Coma and In
spect my linee when I am In
Winnshoro and ldgeway. Ask
to see everythling.
WE CARRY only high quality goode,
well made and well finished,
whether plated or solid. That
is our hobby. They wi.L wear.
WE CAN SUPPLY every want made
upon an up-to-date Jewelry
Store anvwbere. We are thor
orongbly Informed as to every
detail in our bsiness and no
goods offered you are so good
for the money.
OUR GUARANTEE MUeans absolute
satisfactiun to the ursr.
R. BRAN DT.
Under Tower CPoek, Chester, 8. C.
- '- r
Tri-Weklw wA dvnr
Weekly,I)140 aTeuri i n
and everything is job lne dome
as cheaply as aywhere else a
GIVF)US A CIIANCI
Every penny spent~
home is kept at home
W ALL ITS UEPARTEMK
with a full stock of Caskets,
Cases and Coffis, coastaty en hand,
and use of hearse when reguested.
Thanklul for past patronage and seS
tatlon for asharo in the htare,l ie
Sales atteuded to at aN hears.
-E UL LIONDGIt
J. N, W'LIote a co.