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Thursday, October 25, - 1900
FAESR SHIPMENT OF GROCF
F. E. PROPST'S.
Another lot of New York Co.'s
WAFERS and FINE CAKES.
FRUITS of all kinds.
DUNN'S FINE EXTRACTS.
And many other nice things.
(Telephone.) All goods delivered.
-Buy your cook and heating stoves
from J. 0. Boag.
-Miss Beatrice Mills, of Black
stock, will go to Macon, Ga., soon to
take a course In stenography and type
-Mrs. J. F. McMaster was recalled
a few days ago by telegram to Union
to her mother, Mrs. Rice, whose cOD
dition was thought to be more criti
This is the season when mothers are
alarmed on account of croup. It is
quickly cured by One Minute Cough
Care, which children like to take. Mc
-M. M. Moore, Clerk City Council,
Columbus, Ga., wriets: I have known
TnmxA (Teething Powders) to re
move worms when all other remedies
-Wednesday's State announced the
return of Dr. W. 0. Brice to Colum
bla. He has been in the North Caro
lina mountains for several months and
his health has Improved.
-The largest stock of furniture and
baby carriages, at J. 0. Boag's.
The best method of cleansing the
liter is the use of the famous little pills
known as DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
Easy to take. Never gripe. McMaster
-The northbound passenger train
was about three hours behind time on
Wednesday and a special section was
sent through to carry passengers but
brought no mail. The trains are be.
ginning their usual winter irregularity.
-If yon want stylish and up-to-date
millinery at astonishing low prices,
you will only And it at
-R. 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 U5
No other pills can equal DeWitt's
Little Early Risers for promptness,
certainty and efficiency. McoMaster Co.
-Mr Frank Elder where health has
7 been failing for some tize, and who
haa been very ill several times during
-the last four mounths, is quite sick
again and it is feared that he may not
rlyfrom this attack. His friends are
chnefr the better.
Dvat before Octob
tned without the use of the
knif;nataracts removed without oper
ation; also pterygium paInless. Gran
ulated cyelids cured no matter how badi
or how long standing.-adv.
*-A bell for the little Zion Metho
dist Church, near the Epzscopal ceme
tery, arrived on Wednesday, and wIll
be hung at once. This is the only
colored church -In town which has been
without a bell and it has been the
great desire of the pastor and congre
gation to have one, and the arrival of
the bell is a source of greit happine as
Torturing skin eruptions, burns and
sores are soodhed at once and prompt
-ly healed by applying DeWitt's Witch
'Hazel Salve, the best known cure for
,. '. Beware of worthless counter
felts. McMaster Co.
-If E. Brandt did not have some
*thing special to show in quantity of
goodeew styles, and more partien
'a ce, it would be no use of
hi such efforts te do a more
-A list of the counties in the State
showing the amount of real, personal
- and railroad property in each has been
published and .the figures for Fairfield
County are as follows: Railroad,
6744,605; real, $1,984,6~84; personal,
$852,728; total, $3,581,417. Charles
ton county is the richest of the coun
ties and Darlington has a larger
amount of railroad property than any
of the counties.
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 coughs, colds, croup and all
throat and lung troubles. It will pre
vent consumption. M~ciaster Co.
-A young boy died at the factory
on~ Tuesday, of typhoId fever, after
a long illnesa. The family are from
Fairfield and the body was taken down
to Blythewood on the morning train
on Wednesday for enterment at his
former home. The name of the boy
could not be ascertained. It is said
some other members of t be family are
sick with the fever.
-One of the most attractive look
ing and most up-to-date grocery
stones in town is Mrs. F. M. Habe
nicht's, and it is there that all of the
new and tempting things fur the table
may be found. Iu her ad. this morn
ing she is offering a number of special
ties. Orders receive prompt attention
and the housekeepers who find it hard
to priride a variety for their tables
should look over her list.
It is well k' knaow tkat DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve will heal a burn
and stop the pain at once. It will cure
eczema and akIn diseases and ugly
wounds and sores. It is a certain cure
fer piles. Counterfeits may be offered
- . you. See that you get the original De
cures Hacking Coughs,
Sore Launp Grip ,Pn~en
monia an ronc'tis in a
few days. Why then risk
Consumption, a slow, sure
death? Get Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup. Price, 25c.
Dontb Imposed upon.
Refuse the dealer's subetitnte; it
is not as good as Dr. Buls.
SalvatlsaOd crms Rbsumtlm.
Aches sad Pams. .5 aS cts.
-R. Brandt, the well known jeweler
and watchmaker of Cheater, S. C.,
will visit Winnsboro on October 26th
with a very handsome and extensive
line of fine jewelry, watches, chains,
solid siiverwa e and novelties. R.
Brandt will display his wares at the
Obear Drug Co.'s store. -adv.
-The firm of Davis & Stephenson,
superintendents of the King's Moun
tain Military School, of Yorkville, has
been dissolved and hereafter Colonel
Stephenson will have entire charge of
the school. The Yorkville Enquirer
in speaking of the dissolution of the
firm says that the change was entirely
agreeable to both parties, and that it
was made in order that Col. Davis
might return to Richmond where it is,
to his interest to be. The school. al
though but a short time established, is
progressing nicely and the superin.
tendent hopes in time to make it one
of the best in the State.
Dr. W. H. Lewis, Lawrenceville,
Va., writes, "I am using Kodel Dys
pepsia Cure in my practice among
severe cases of indigestion and find it
an admirable remedy." Many hun
dreds of physicians depend upon the
use of Kodol Dyspepsia Care in stom
ach troubles. It digests what yon eat,
and allows you to eat all the good food
on need, providing you do not over
oad your stomach. Gives Instant re
lief aad a permanent care. McMaster
-By honesty, integrity and low
prices, R. Brandt has built up a large
and successful business. It you do
not irish to buy, it will pay you any
way to see his elegant stock. Mail
rders promptly filled from any cat.
logu,3. Prices never higher, often
-Winthrop's exhibit at the State
fair 'promises to be one of the best to
be stEn and it will doubtless attract
many spectators as there are so many
people from all parti of the State who
feel such a deep interest in this college.
The exhibit is on the third floor of
the main building and ten of the young
adis have been appointed to take
cage of it, Miss Rachel McMaster
from this place being one of those ap
ointed. President Johnson and soe
f the other teachers went to Columbia
arly in the week to arrange the ex
hbit. Each'of tbe departments are
e ill contain'- a
O A *' A..
3ean. ATh Kind YhUllnIUA 3I8t
comnve Ann oorwo.
Mr Blakely Boyd, of Ridgeway, was
in town on Tuesday.
Mr W. R. Elliott left on Tuesday for
Union to attend Mrs Rice's funeral
*Mrs. Miriam Connor left on Tuesday
for Gadsden, Ala., to visit her Eon,
Mr. Claude Conner and family.
Dr. D. E. Jordan and Mr. A. S.
Doaglass left on Tuesday for Florence
to attend synod which is in session at
Mirs William Palmer and her son,
Mr Sam Palmer, of Charleston, who
have been visiting Mrs G. H. Mc
Master, will return to their home this
Editor's Awful Plight.
F. M. Higgins, editor Seneca (Ille.)
News, was affieted for years with
Piles that no doctor or remedy helped
until he tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
He writes two boxes wholly cured
him. It's the surest Pile cure on earth
and the best salve in the world. Cure
gu aranteed. Only 25 centP. Sold by
McMaster Co., druggists.
DEATH OF MRS. RICE.
News of the death of Mrs. S. M.
Rice, of Union, was received here on
Tuesday. Her death cccurred at 10
o'clock on Monday night at the borne
of her daughter, Mrs. G. C. Ferrin, in
Union. Mrs. .Rice had been ill for
several weeks and her death was not
unexpected. She leaves a husband
and ten children and several grand
children. Her two daughters, Mrs.
J. F. McMaster and Mrs. W. R. El
liott, were with their mother at the
time of her death. Mrs. Rice was
about 68 years of age and was greatly
beloved. Her funeral services were
held on Tuesday afternoon from the
Methodist church in Union.
A Thousand Tongues
Could not express the rapture of
Annie E. Springs, of 1125 Howard St.,
Philadelphia, Pa., when she found that
Dr. King's New Discovery tor Con
sumption had completely cured her of
a hacking cough that for many years
had made life a burden. All other
remedies and doctors could give her
no help, but she sayvs of this Royal
Cure-"it soon removed the pain in
my chest and I can pow sleep soundly,
something I can scarcely remember
doing before. I feel like sounding its
praises throughout the Universe." So
will every one who tries Dr. King's
New Discovery for any trouble of the
Throat, Chest or Lungs. Price 500.
and $1.00. Trial bottles free ait Mc
Maseer Co.'s drug store; every bottle
-All in need of an open or top
buggy, photon or hurry, call on
. 0. Boa.
PAINE AT TRE STATE YAW.
The special attractions here during
Fair week will be Paine' fireworks. E
The representatives of the company th
are on the grounds and have been ar- d4
ranging for the displaye. The con- cc
tract calls for the finest series of fire
works that have ever been given in ki
this section of the country. The ex- U.
hibitions will be identical with that El
given in the North and East and the te
Paine people have brought their attac- L
tion to South Carolina to show it at
the State Fair so that a maximum num- C(
er of people may be table to see it. j
rhe display this year will include all' E
)f the specialities known in pyrotech- H
nics and a great deal of expense will W
be involved in getting up many of the so
features. In addition to a great many
specialties arrangements have been M
made for the display of the "Taking yo
of the forts at Taku- " This picture as,
will represent the recent victory of the- ki
allied forces in the Chinese campaign. pr
Another new feature being a bead-ead of
collision between two fireworks loco- an
The ffreworks display will be given go
at the same 'ace it has been given in up
previous years., just in the rear of the do
fair grounds and a reasonable charge An
for admission will be made. gn
It has been arranged with the rail- ch
road-- coming to Columbia that ali pr
pech -I trains will leave the city after ye
he ti eworks so that the visitors can co
ee the fireworks and at their concin- yo
ion go home that night, if so disposed. nil
rhe purpose of the committee is to yo
lave a clean, well-conducted snd first- thi
%lass display of fireworks and the ex- mi
pectation is that it will be the most Bp
iatisfactory exhibition of the kind
For Over Fifty Years.
Mas. WINsLOW's SOOTHING SYRUP
ias been used for over fifty years by
nillions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
t soothes the child, softens the gums,
Mlays all pain, cures wind colic, and
a the best remedy for diarrhoea. It?,
will relieve the poor little sufferer Il
mmediately. Sold by druggists in
svery part of the world. Twenty-five
:nts a bottle. Be sure and ask for 3
'Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,"
Lud take oo other kind. 1-1-17 -
ADJES HOME JOURNAL FOR NOVEM
The problem of enlarging the White
Eloue withont destroying the nob!e Ne
ines of the present historic mansion i
r subordinating it, is successfully soly- E
d in the November Ladies Holne Jont
al. The plana presented by Colonel
Iheodore A. Bingham, the govern
nent official in charge of the White -
Eouse, provide for an imposing build-u
ng, com nationi-.
ture of Emily Marshall, whose traets
cendent beauty was so much admiredI
three-quarters of a century ago. Thei
personal and artistic sides of Ethel
bert Nevia, the composer are brougt
to light in "The Man Who wrote Nar-.
ciqus," and the other notable feat- J
res; "The Story of a Young Mian, -'
by Clifford Howard; "The SunQ
of Mary the First, " by Elizabeth Stlii'
Phelps; Blue River Boar Biorie, " by
the author of "When Knighthood wasa
in flower, and "Josiah Allen's" fourth
visit, will be road with interest snd en- .1
joyment. Edwar4i Bok condemns the ~
lack of taste shown in fu rnishing I
American homes. The photagraphic
views of " The most Artistic.- Honse
in New York City" cover two pages,
and will prove a revelation. A page
drawing by A. B. Frost shows his
country folks "Waiting for the Mail,"
a remarkably interesting illustration.
There are plans for "A Quaint, Old
Fashioned House for $6600," and in
numerable articles on woman's work}
and allied themes, including, of coarsea
the fashionable things in women's at
tire. By the Curtis Publishing Comr
pany, Philadelphia. One dollar a year; -
ten cent. a copy.
Baes the IAN5KId Y H15AlU7S ltb
If'your eyes barn, smart, feel
sticky is the morning, pain or itch
you, or if you have tears in yonr eyes,
spots fiaih before your eyes, or you
hold your reading too near o'r too far,
or strong light harts your eyes, or you
have headaches, call and see the ocu
list at the Hotel Duval, where he will
be until October 31st. 18 years' ex- s
perience.- No charge for examina
3es a. AThe Kind You Hans Alaa Bought
Do not get scared if your heart
roubles you. Most likely you suffer
from indigestion. Kodol Dyspepsia
Cre digests what you eat and gives
the wornl out stomach perfect rest. It
is the onlJy preparation knewu that
completely digests oil classes of foods;
that is why it cures the worst cases ot
indigestion and stomach trouble after
everyting else has failed. It may be
taken in all conditions and cannot help
hut do you good. McMaster Co. 1
Money to L-oa n
ON COTTON Al' 6 PER CENT
per cent per annum for 30, 60 and 90
days. Apply to
A. B. CATHCART, Secretary,
or JAS. P. CA LDWELL, Pres.,
102 2h Hom avn oings Assonciation.
A CkD o TuANES.
> the Pubc:
Havivg 6rdered a bell for the A. M.
, Zion Churcb1I made an appeal to
a good .citizens of Winnsboro to
mate the bell to my church for the
lored people, and the following re
onded liberally, and we here ac
owledge our gratefulness to Messrs.
G. DesPortes, T. H. Ketchin, T. K.
liott, R. E. Jennings, J. F. McMas
r, R. C. Gooding, Jar..P. Caldwell,
Landecker, A. B. Cathcart, W. R.
Lbb & Co. S. R. Johnston, McMaster
., W. C. Beaty, A. S. Douglass,
ID. McCarley, J. E. McDonald,
q., Mrs. M. Habenicht, Messrs.
B. Ref J. E. Williams, H. S.
ylie, Jas. binson, J. B. Steven
a and J. Boag.
3entleme again we thank you.
ty success d happiness'ever attend
u along t pathway of life. Rest
iured our appreciation of your 'I
idness cannot be uttered or ex.
Dssed in words. The white people
Winnsboro have treated me kindly
I my concluding wish is, in this life,
iere all things are given us for our
od, may the righest blessings rest
on you; in the busy world and the
metic circle, increased prosperity
d continued charity, may the angels
ard you and all whom you love and
)rish, and as you ascend the hill of
sperity maygyou never meet any of
r relatives or personal friends
ing down; Inuy no trife disturb
r days,..no sorrow disturb your ,
hts,.and when you have completed
or journey on this side of life and
curtains of death close around you,
yblight- angels gently. waft your
rit to the realms of eteinal day.
Rev. H. W. Smith,
astor in charge of the A. M. E.
)n Church, Winnsboro, S. C.
ts and Children.
is Kind You Rays Always Bought
Nacific Fire Insurance Company of
Men Fall Insurance Company or
loceter German lansurance Com
cy of Rochester, N. Y.
solicits share of public patronage.
Vhy dowei g (
Because w 't our
>atronage, aour aim i
:arry,a stc so complete that
he mos, Tatidious may find
ust what they want. We
)ly m~ntion a few speCial
~ gw Catch Mackerel,
i4 and fine; a fresh lot
I.'~ delicious Pig Hams.
We ala. cut ham in any quan
ity. Smokped Dried Beeft
hipped to order. Roe Her
ing, a dainty relish for break
'st; Banquet Cheese, 17 I-2C
W.e'get Soda Crackers and
.tines twice.every week.
Send us your orders. All
Dealer in Fine Groceries.
FIFTEEN VARIETIES t
- iieall. lla~ lg.
W'e H a Ji
StoPG to H
'0 EARLY BUYERS W
WE WILL NAME AS I
STORE IN 1
rHIS IS YO
lThe CaidweIl Dr
)re of the Lap
fRepeh an dis
A PORTION OF'
nsisting of DRY GOODS
SHOES, and all classes of
ngcuntry to 1:
Srties indebted to s
~ni settfe at once.
J. L. Miu
Or ma neSata to c,
Chirotte Comnercial Coelgp,
harlotte, N..C., established in 189
Rose BEmines Collejg,
Rome, Ga., established in 1886,
ow under one management, offer
~cetional advantages to any on
Lesiring a thoronghly practical bai
ess education in the shortest possibl'
The wide range of territory coverei
y our employment agency affordi
ceptional chances for securing posi
ions. We will guarantee you a posi,
on if you take our guarantee course
The rooms in the schools are largi
d convenient and well lighted.
url in eiherrschool anywenk da
hf".e aa stenographer, book
e e - *r teacher and desire a posi.
on, write the Piedmont Agency,
harlotte, N. C. If you are not
enographer or book-keeper, spend a
w months in one of these schooli
d et yourself in shape for earning
Should you desire to be an expert in
iterest, stocks, trade discount, etc.,
d 25 cents in stamps or silver and
et our Pocket Calculator-inst wha'
For circulars and further informa
I: D, M. Mc IVER
THE POSITION OF RESIDEN'I
L Special Agent of the Eqnitable
1ife Assurance Society for Winnsbort
nd vicinity is opened to a man o|
ood character and ability. A valna.
le contract, carrying renewals, wil:
e given to the right man. Address,
i. J. RODDEY, MAgr., Rock Hill,
ds fop Our
E WILL GIVE SPECIAL
IS IS TO BEA
OW A PRICE AS ANY
gost c6toels Of
Sir the Up
['HE ESTATE OF
goods kept in an up-to-date
n the Carolinas.
into cash t once i
~Fheir portion of said estate
ity ever offered to the people (
aid estate will please call and
15a rgt, ANY AGE.
J. MOFFETT, M. D., ST'. LOUIS, MC
SI Still Have
-6 or 8
AND FIVE OR SIX PLUG MULE
B should cal and se them bfre bn
a I ing as I will sell them cheap for cas1
or good paper, payable Inth fall.
I Also a coupleof GO M Ado
suitable for brood mares-young an
I will pay the highest cash price fora
classes, fat or poor.
I still have a few BUGGIES that
will sell cheap for cash.
Winnaboro. S. (i.
MONEY TO LOAN
brokeasin Ncw YorkCityt a
farms for flve v#"rs tie, pybeL
Finst71ment.i, a. Uot 'ow rate of 7 poa
-cent interest per bDura.m. The broker
I age and charge for abstract and inspec
tion are reasonabe A pl t
EVERY LINIC now is sparkling With V
bright new good. The public
is cordially Iated to cow in
and look around at any time
without feeling under any obb
gations to buy. Com and in.
w my lines when I an In
sboro and Ridgeway. Ask
to see everything.
WE CABRY only high quality goods
well made and well Anished
*hether plated or solid. Tha.
Is our hobby. They wat wear.
WE CAN SUPPLY every want med.
upon an up-to-date Jewelry
Store anywhere. We are thor
oroughly Informed as to every
detail in our business ad no
goods offered you are so goid
for the money.
OUR GUARANTEE means solate
satisfactlu to the arar.
Under Tower Clock, Chester, S.C.
saa erythigan ib Uis deo
as cheaply as aywhere ele sa
GIVF)US A CIANCI
Ever'y penny spent
hmna is kept at henm.
IN ALL ITS NA tI a /
with a fall steek of nahmt
Cases and Coffis, costaatly .5
Sad use of hassiawhom
Thankful for past e
tation for sabare I44m~~are,1
r ld stand a9
. aNs atteaded to 41 sflhees.
- ELLIOTT OsSE