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WCAL INTELLIGENCE
Saturday, December 1, 1900
---THIS MORNING AT- -
F. E. PROPST'S.
Fresh Chipped Beef.
Fresh Corned Beef.
New Tomatoes, 3 cans for 25c.
Fine Syrups of all kinds.
Fresh Oatmeal, 10c per package.
Cabbage, Onion- and Irish Potatoes.
-All goods delivered.
LOCAL MATTEES.
-Read summons elsewhere.
-North Carolina wagons are fre
quently seen on the streets these days.
Last year very few, if any, came down
at all.
-Don't forget, this Saturday is the
last chance this year to consult Dr,
Becker about your eyes. Do not n g
lect to see him at the Hotel Duval.
adv.
The most effective little liver pilli
made are DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
They never gripe. McMaster Co.
-Mr. Rudolph Brandt, the well
known Chester jeweler, was here on
Friday with a large assortment o
Christmas goods; novelties in silver,
elegant jewelry, watches of the best
make and many other handsome arti
cles were among his samples. Mr.
Brandt has made a name for himsell
'here and upon his visits to Winnsboro
he alwfys has a crowd of customers.
Just at this time when everyone is
looking for suitable and pretty Christ
mas presents for their friends, Mr.
Brandt's visits are very profitable to
him.
Don't use any of the counterfeits of
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Most of
them are worthless or liable to cause
injury. The original DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve is a certain cure for piles,
eczema, cuts, scalds, burns, sores and
ekin diseases. McMaster Co.
RECEIVED
A new stock of midwinter millinery,
which will be sold at reduced prices
the balance of the season. Those who
have not purchased their winter mil
linery will do well to call as we are
able to please the most fastidious.
Mrs. A. L. McCarley.
Star Service Changes
Special service in South Carolina hiss
been discontinued at Brooks, Faireld
county, from Luke. This order takes
effect on and after December 1.
Star ssrvice has been established
from Brooks to Luke, tbree miles and
back, three times a week, including
the depositing of mail in boxes along
the route, from December 3, 1900, to
June 30, 1901.
The tist You liau AlwaysB.
BURCH SEE
s 3will be held in the fol
ingchurches on Sunday:
Prsyein-1a. m., by the
or. Sunday School at 4 p. m. Pr~
meeting Wedixesday at 4 p. m.
Asociate Reformed Presbyteri
Rev. C. E. McDonald. Service
a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday S<
at 4 p. m. Prayer meeting Wei
day at 4p. m.
Baptist-Preaching at 11 a. m.
7.30 p. m. by the pastor. Sua
School at 10 a. m.
W ben you need a soothing an d
ing antiseptic application for any
Hazel Salve, a ,yell known curi
piles and skin ,2saeases. It heals I
without leaving a scar. Bewar
counterfeits. Mc Mfaster Co.
Neither Team Scored
The football game between B:
stock and Winnsbore was e
promptly at 2.30 on Thursday
noon and was a most exciting gi
A crowd of spectators assemblei
the college green at an early hor
the colors of tbe bowe team, ye
and black, were greatly in evid'
The bome team put up a splendid
and played well, but the Blacks
boys were all heavy weights ani
outweighed the Winnsboro t
Had it not been for this the I
team most probably would havei
for in spite of the great odds agi
them they playsed a "gritty" gi
and succeeded in keeping their o
nents from scoring. The result o
game was: Winnsboro, 0; Blackst
0; neither side having made a s co
He Fooled lihe Surgeons.
All doctors told Renick Ham
of West Jefferson, 0., after suffR
18 months from Rectal Fistula
would die unless a costly opera
was performed ; but he cured hit
with five boxes of Bucklen's Al
Salve, the surest Pile cure on E
and the best Salve in the World
cents a box. Sold by McMaster
druggists.
ADVANCE IN LIFE INSURANCE R.
The JWna Life Insurance Co.
advance rates materially on Jann
next.
Its rates are now the lowest of
of the standard companlieQ.
Its dividends are the largest.
There are thirty days left to
yourself ot the low rates.
Life Insurance is as settled a
ness matter as any business seri
men arrange. Thinking men it
withou' pressure; do you need
made to see your own interests
duty? A man of thirty can add $
to his fortune ini case of deat:
paving $142 25 a year for 20 yeai
Men make fortunes to leave; r
spend. T. K. ELLIOTI
11-29-3t Age
.Bullk
COUGH SYRUP
cures Hacking Coughs,
Sore Lung Gnp ,Pneu
monia and ronc 'tis in a
few days. Why then risk
Consumption, a slow, sure
death? Get Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup. Price, 25c.
Don't be imposed upon.
Refuse the dealer's substitnte; it
is not as good as Dr. Bull's.
Salvation OU cares Rheumatism,
Aches and Pains. :5 A 35 cts.
THANKSGIVING DAY
Thankgiving Day was observed by
almost everybody in town in one way
or another. The weather was pleas
ant, not too sold for comfort, and
those who spent the day out hunting
had a delightful day for their sport.
On Main street the stores were all
closed, and the bank and the postoffice
also, and the dispensary being closed
as well the town was as quiet and
peaceful as if it had been Sunday. In
several churches special thanksgiving
services were held and in almost every
home the day was observed by family
gatherings and feasting.
It is not often that the holiday is
kept as generally as it was Thursday,
and the clerks and most of the busi
ness men ejoyed the day thoroughly.
The graded schools, white and colored,
were closed and the operatives of the
cotton mill had holiday.
The Appetite of a Goat.
Is envied by all poor dyspeptics
whose Stomach and Liver are out of
order. All such should know that Dr.
King's New Life Pills, the wonderful
Stomach and Liver Remedy, gives a
splendid appetite, 6ound digestion and
a regular bodily habit that insures per
fect health and great energy. Only
25c. at McMaster Co.'s drug store.
COMINO AND GOJGX.
Mr. Joe Douglass left on Friday for
Columbia.
Mr. J. E. McDonald went LO Co
lumbia Friday on business.
Miss Janie Flenniken returned to
Columbia on Friday after a short visit
home.
Miss Lou ;Dwight returned to Co
lumbia on Friday after spending
Thursday at home. ,
Mr. J. J. Obear's friends will be
pleased to know that he will be at
home in a few days.
Capt. C. S. Dwight returned from
North Carolina on Wednesday night
and returned to camp on Friday.
Rev. Mr. Chalmers, who has been
spen ding some, time at Woodward
with relatives, has returned to Char
lotte.
Mr. and Mrs. John AE. Des~ortes
wernt to Ridgeway to spend Thanks.
giving with Mr. and Mrs. Blakely
Boyd I
Dr. pani
Columbni
ayrspend Than h
n- parents here.
t 11 D~eWitt's Little Ear s
tool dainty little pills, but the er:
Ies- to cleanse liver, remove ob ti
and invigorate the system., a
and________
day --If you want to present your tat
or mother or sister or brother wil
fine pair of eye-glasses or specta
hail, for Christmas, now is the chanci
u. -gttem properly fitted by Dr. Bec
ifor at the Hotel Duval, only this Saturc
res December 1st. If you do not iw
'of them to know it, just bring the
glasses a few minutes and he
make them just like the old ones.
Becker leaves Monday for Marlb
lck- county.-adv.
led __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
fter- For Over Fify Years.
~me. Mns. WIxswow's SOOTHING STi
I .n has been used for over fifty years
millions of mothers for their child
and while teething, with perfect succi
o1w It soothes the child, softens the gul
ace. allays all pain, cures wind calic,
~ght is the best remedy for diarrhoea.
tock will relieve the poor little suffe
acimmediately. Sold by druggists
Ifar every part of the world. T went y
>ys. cents a bottle. Be sure and ask
>me "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrn
eon, and take no other kind. 1-1-1
inst GEODETIC SURVEY
tie, -
po- Our town was visited this week b
the party of United States Geodetic 8
ck, veyors. This same party has b
re. traveling through the State and
visited several other towns. TI
object is to obtain the latitude
lton longitude of the different places
hein to examine tbe soil for the purpos
~tion finding the different strata, etc.
self Upon reaching. Winnsborot
aca found that Professor Stone had alre
rth, calculate'I the latitude and longit
Co., of this place during his stay here
May, and as the calculations inv<
an smnount of work as well as con
~TES erable expense, t he surveyors deci
will to adopt those made by Profer
ry 1 Stone.
In the wall of the court house,
any the left of the entrance, the murve:
have placed an aluminum plate i
the following inscription engra
vail upon it: "United States Geolog
Survey, 1900. Elevation, 546
buei- above the sea level. Fine for defa<
ible this plate $250."
asre This will be a permainent recor<
to be the elevation of our town and il
and interesting souvenir of the visit of
,000 Uniited States surveying party
hby Winnsboro.
A PRETTIY WEDDING.
One of the prettiest weddings ti
has ever taken place in Ridgeway w
that of Mr. John H. McMaster ai
Miss Marion Mellichamp, swhich toi
place in the Baptist Church in th
town on Thursday afternoon at
o'clock. The church was prettily at
tastefully decorated with lovely fi
flowers and a crowd of the friends,
the young couple were present
witness the ceremony. Mr. L.
Owens was best m&n and the maid
honor was Miss Bessie Quattlebani
Messrs. John Davis, W. D. Creigt
Arthur Owens, and Dr. Samuel Lin4
say acted as ushers. Little Miss
Wray and Wilson, two tiny and pret
little girls, were flower girls. TI
wedding march was played by Mi
Bessie Lyles. The bride came in c
the arm of her father, Mr. P. C. Mel]
champ, and she never looked moi
charming than she did on her wei
ding day. The ceremony was pe
formed in a most impressive manni
by Rev. J. L. Freeman, pastor of ti
church.
Immediately after the ceremony t
bridal party left Ridgeway by priva
conveyance for Winnsboro, where
delightful reception was tendered tU
bride and groom by Mr. McMaster
sisttrd. The young couple receivc
ma- beantiful presents.
Mi. and Mrs. McMaster have tt
be!st iisbes of many friends.
Help is needed at once when a pe
son's life is in danger. A neglecte
cough or cold may soon become ser
one and should be stopped at onc
One Minute Cough Cure quickly cur(
coughs and colds and the worqt cas
of croup, bronchitis, grippe and othe
throat and lung troubles. McMast
Co.
THE FIREMBN FEAST
Delghtful Banquet Enjoyed by the Stea
Fire Engine Company
One of the most pleasant socii
gatherings that the reporter for Tn
NEwS AND HERALD has enjoyed for
long time was the banquet of tb
steam fire engine company at th
Duval hotel on last Wednesday nighl
Our volunteer fire department hay
done noble and unselfish work for th
community on many critical occasions
and if any organization deserves t,
have a good time now and then it i
the fire department. The member
certainly had a good time Wednesda:
night. These firemen are wont to d,
the right thing at the right time, an
it is not surprising that this festivi
occasion was carried out just righ
o g:ive not only the members a mos
;leasant evening but the invite<
ue ts.
Capt. Jordan acted as toastmaste
withe his accnstomed ease and grace
"Our Invited Guests" was responde<
o by Mr. J. E. McDOuatd. Athougl
e said t at he biadlbeen b iy eni
toj
5 PEARL tat
i iIn the commun
L"Winnsboro, Its Past, Presen
to Future," was most happily resp
his to by Mr. T. K. Elliott. Mr.]
displayed many of the elements
are philosopher in depicting the el
al teristics of our ancestors who foi
na Winnsboro, and in showing how
~ter impress had been left on the:
and he showed that he was a m
her versatility by easily gliding from
h a philosophy Into poetry and hum<
les of which was to the point.
ito "The Press" fell upon Mr. V
ker Douglass.
Lay, "Our Schools" very appropa
ant found a respondent in Mr. J.]
old Fooshe, who has been untiring
ill energy and work to advance the
Dr. cational work of the community.
oro Fooshe gave some school facts
were as complimentary to Winn
as they were surprising to ma;
his interested hearers.
tu "Woman", the last regular
by found a competent advocate in
ren C. E. McDonald. Eloquence, wi
good poetry ran through his si
nd No one contributed more to the
It ure of banquet than he.
rr Messrs. T. H. Ketchin, Jno. J.
e and Capt. W. G. Jordan, in res)
for to calls, contributed (to the pleast
," the evening by their pleasant ren
7Tbe banquet was a decided sun
and we trust that the firemen
enjoy many more of thc same
ur- Glorious News
en Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargi:
has Wa bita, I. T. He writes:
.ei bottles of Electric Bittters has
erMrs. Brewer of scrofulc, which
Ind caused her great suffcring for:3
d Terrible sores would break out c
Sof head and face, and the best d(
could give no help; but her ci
complete and her health is excell
hey This shows what thousands
ady proved,-that Electric Bittersi
ode best blood purifier known. it
ltsupreme remedy for eczema, t
stsalt rheum, ulcers, boils and rui
lve sores. It stimulates liver, kidney
sid- bowels, expels poisons, helps dige:
ed builds up the strength. Only 50<
;or Sodby McMaster Co.. drug
on Many persons have had the e:
ors ence of Mr. Peter Sherman, of
,ith Stratford, N. H., who says, '"For
Ie suffered toc:ure from chronic
rdgestion, but 'Kodol Dyspepsia
ical made a well man or toe." It d
eet what you eat and is a certain cui
ing dyspepsia and every fornm of 5tc
trouble. It gives relief at onci
in the worst cases, and can't he:
I f do you good. McMaster Co.
to ~ ~ ~ ido~~
I The One Day Cold Cure.
IFor colds and sore throat use Kermott's
esa iime. E~asily takes ai
CASTOR IA
a For Infants aid Children.
The Kild You Have Always Bought
at
4 gnature of,
of When the stomach is tired out it must
have a rest, but we can't live without
to food. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure "digests
E. what you eat" so that you can eat all
of the good food yon want while it is re
n. storing the digestive organs to health.
It is the only preparation that digests
all kinds of food. Meiaster Co.
es
ty PRESTON RION,
2e
Bs A*EIT FoR
in Pacific Fire Insurance Company of
li- New York.
re Glen Fall Insurance Company ox
New York.
Rochester German 1nsurance Com
r- pany of Rochester, N. Y.
er Solicits share of public patronage.
ie 9-26-1y
le NOTICE.
te
a All persons holding claims against
the estate of Thos. P. Mitchell, do
ceased, will present the same duly
verified to A. S. A W. D. Douglass,
td Attorneys, Winnsboro, S. C., and all
persons indebted to said estate will
e make payment to the undersigned.
R. G. BRICE,
11-27.8 Administrator.
d Sale of Personal Property.
As Administrator of the estate of
Thomas P. Mitchell, deceased, I will
&r sell the persomal property belonging
;r to the estate of said intestate at his
late residence, near Avon, S. C., on
Wednesday, December 12th, 1900.
Terms of Sale-Cash.
R. G. BRICE,
m 11-27-3 Administrator.
REALISTTE FOR SE.
a
e ON WEDNESDAY, THE 12TH
9 DAY OF D3OEMBElt, as agent for
the heir!-st-lsr of Thos. P. Mitehell,
'deceased, I will offer for sale at public
e auction, at the residence of the late
e Thos. P. Mitchell, the following real
estate:
(1.) A tract 70 acres, more or less,
bonuded by lands of C. S. Brice and
9 Mrs. A. C. litchell.
s (2.) A tratt of eight acres, more or
r less, bounded by lands of Jno. T. Chal
mers, Mrs. S. L. Morris and Mrs.
A. C. Mitchfil.
1 (3.)A I' of three acres, more or
d less, bonnd by lands of R. C. Dove
t and Mrs. A, C. Mitchell.
Terms -of Sale-Cash. Prchuaer to
tpay for necassary paperr.
R. 0. BRICE,
Agent for Heirs-at-Law of Thos. P.
r Mitchell, dbceased. 11 37-8
SMMONS.
ae -COUR
~iThe P
anded
So.Wolf C 0 -olfe,, David C.
of the Wolfe, ~&aW. OesPortes, I
iarac- becca C.nnon, EttalL. Naths
inded D. J. atmaIsabelle Barneh, s
-their Rose E. If'tton, Liefendants.
place, Copy Sv m i. For Relief. Compin
an of , niot Served.
stern To it -~ ' dhlnt above-named:
2r, all O7 G .-. creby summoned and:
.Lqulredto answer the compla:
T. D. in this aetica, which is filed int
of*fice of the Clerk of the Conrt
Common Plus, for the said Con
lately and to serv~a copy of your ansit
F'rank 4 said cenplaint on the subscr
in hi, a:. ttheir 3ffces above The Wimi
* " Bank, Vinnsboro, 8. C., witi
edu- ., uty days after the service here<
Mr. . ':Isive of the day of such servic
Ithat an i Iif you failto answer the complai
sbero wvithin the time aforesaid, the plaini
in this action will apply to the Cot
iy of for the relief demanded in the co
plaint.
toast, November S3th, 1900.
Rev RAGSDAI.E k RAGSDALE,
' n Plaintiff's Attorneys
tadTo all of the defendants above-nam
leech. except the defendant Sara W. Di
~leas- Portes t
Take notice that the complaint
Neil this action (togither with the sni
pne mons, of which the foregoing is
ir fcopy,) was dlied in the offce of t
a fClerk of the Court of Common Plei
arks, at Wirnsboro, County of Fairfield,
:cese, the State of Sonth Carolina, on t
may 1st day of December, 1900.
kd. RAGSDALE& RAGSDALE,
kn. 12-16t Plsintiff's Attorneys.
'o* Tdarlisgivirg
:nred
had
rears. IS COkiING,,
n her
ictors
re is
ent." and we are prepared to sern
have 0.
a the 7l
sa the
etter, CELERY! CELERY!
aningz
s and
stion, from Kalamlazoo, crisp ar
~ents.fie
gists.
Cape Cod Cranberries.
7,,.s English Plum Pudding.
Ena Fruit Cake in 1, 2 and 511
Care
igests Large Cluster Raisiu
rfor Seeded Raisins, Currants, Ci
even ron, Figs, Dates,'Orange ar
p but Lemon Peel, New Crop Nul
Choicest Fruits in season,
-- . .M. JUBNICH
any Dealer in Fine roceries.
OVER]
We Have
rp~alij ( 1o,
Sto~pe to t
TO EARLY BUYERS
PRICES, T1
GREA
WE WILL NAME AS
STORE IN
THIS IS Y(
OPP
Tie Caidwell Di
A GRCIA
Or of the Lai
Lerehara di1
eou
A PORTION OF
Q. D. Willifor
Consisting of DRY GOOD
SHOES, and all classes o:
establishment
These goods must be<
er that the heirs may g
is is the getest opportur
B..
~and setl.
nt '
he _________
New Furn
-tAr
e;
Invnoyo
Bn. shs oktBo
(CeinnndS in
PeTain oils arnishep
.itorsisyofom
t. e Drugsb and Medicre y
Patnt d itAr
an usoer, Pcket n
Ldazoks nd Razor teai
Do' Iforet anthen date
ONCE.ha uis o cm
I' ON. HMs
& Co..,
IIOADED.
Bought too
ods fop Our
iold.
WE WILL GIVE SPECIAL
'HIS IS TO BE A
F SALE
LOW A PRICE AS ANY
THE STATE.
)UR
O R TUNITY
y Goods company,
LT 3ALE.
?gest StoelIs of
se lir the Up
'THE ESTATE OF
d, Deceased
5, NOTIONS, CLOTHING,
goods kept in an up-to-date
in the Carolinas.
:onverted into cash at once in
t their portion of said Cs
ity ever offered to t
ewill please call
imnnaugh,
Admrinaistrator
iture I
'ived and to Arrive
NEW DESIGNS!
BEST WORKKANSE
And we are right in the p
according to quality. Lo
price. mean lower grades
poor. workmanship. Everyti
w.arranted ae representesd. 1
a long experielee.in the furni
w orkman, we neaiwhat we
Experience has taught us i
te rall tel 'on somethtng
portant about 8ewing Maclh
and Stores later.
t favors, we promise to do our best to u
R. W. Phillips.
I Still HavE
le. -6 or 8-.
ges Young Mules
irAND FIVE Ol1 SIX 'PLUG MUI
ves, should cal and see them before I
Sing as I will sell them cheap for c
0,or good paper, payable in the fall.
r) thmtwo good Combination Hor
Aloacouple of GOOD MAR
ods, suitabie ser brood mares-young
tis Cows.
and wilL. pay the highest cash price foi
classes, fat or poor.
and B g is
nds. I1 still have a few BUGGIES thu
*AT will sell cheap for cash.
er A. Williford
Winnabero. 8. C.
OMINGI
R. BRAND
The well known
Jeweler, of
Chester, S. C.
Will visit Winnsboro on
Friday, Nov. 30,
and display his elegant line of
WEDDING and
CHRISTMAS
PRESENTS
at Obear Drug Co.'s store.
One Day Only
This is his last visit before
Christmas.
Mr. Brandt will be at Ridge
way en SATURDAY, NO
VEMBER Sth.
NEWS
and
**, HERALDS
Tri-Weeklw,
Sof
Weekly,'1.50 a T
nid
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