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NEWS AND HERALD.
FPWMMJD TRI
-BY
IM NAWS AND HERALD CO.
TURKS. IN ADT f'
One rear, .10
SIC desaths. - o
WTNNSBOR-, s. 2.
Tuesday. Deeember 4, 1900
BUCK LICK ITEES.
The farmers of this section are
through.with this year's crop and are
busy sowing grain; some are through
and some still sowing.
The cold has killed all the cotton
that was making the second crop;
none of it watured. If the farmers
would turn it under now and ran
a drag barrow over it and plough the
land it would be a good coat of fertili
zer to the land.
- Mr. B. F. Cassels returned home
froii Chester yesterday where he was
called last week to see his (mother,
who was quite sick. She is much
better.
r. and Mrs. N. A. Peay have re
turned to-their home in Greenwood
after a pler" t visit to relatives and
friends her
Se'reral be young people had
quite an " ril fool" at this season
of the year, on Monday, being invited
to a sociable given at Mr. M. B.
Rains', and the parties all got lost and
had a nice time getting home. They
came home next morning all c-ld and
sleepy. One of the party was shaking
and be said, "Well, 1 hope the good
Lord will forgive me for this trip, and
I will never .take another one like it."
Miss Marion Mellichamp was mar
ried on Thursday, November 29th, to
Mr. John H. McMaster, of WinnF
boro. Miss Marion was a sweet girl
and I think Mr. McMaster made a
good choice, but some of the boys say
they will see him when he comes again
to take away one of our girls.
There have been a good many hogs
killed in this section this sesson an I a
good many mote to be killed; that is a
good thing for the farmers to have.
Mr T. E. Smith had at one time 56
head of bogs and pigs; he has killed
7, sold 10, and has the rest on hand.
There will be some changes of resi
deuce in this section for another year. I
Memars. S. T. Simpson and M. tJ. ]
'assels made a visit to, Winneb )ro to- E
Pansy.
ori. 30, 1900.
- -
is the time when 'crong and
bles prove rapidly fata:. The
less gemedy that produces
s is One Minute Cough
ry pleasant-to take and
rs to qufckly cure
all lan diseases.
McMas
--T S
cial vent of t s week will
wedding of Miss Esther Eudora I
he andi Rev. Harold Thomas otft
tamola, which ceremony will be
emuized by -Rev. A. R. Mitchell at
,hrist church on next Wednesday
evening at half past eight o'clock. ha
immediately after the ceremony Mr. mi
and Mrs. R L. R. Bentz will receive BI
several hundred friends St theIr hos
pitable home on Westfield street in
honor of the young couple and the
wedding party. of
The attendants will be Misses Anie trc
Marshall, Evelyn Btv th~e, Mary Good,
Mary Townsend, Lizzie McBee,
Florence Bacot, Ada Jenkins, Marie 5.
Henry, Emmie Fielding o f Charlotte. ..
Hallie Murray of St. Matthews, and
Nellie Thomas of Colamrsir. The
troomsmen will be Me.ers. Coulter
Cothran, Perry Baatrie, Ltwre'ce
Patterson, George Brya:,. Buchanan
Mc~aster of :olum-. Will Gibbe'
of Columb'a. M1a4n Gibhe4 of C *tum-t .
bia, Wanes Thomas of CJolumii, '
Marry Edmnnd4 '.f C. nobs~ia and R, v.
Albert Thornas of I )a* li gt..o. T he
nah.'rs will be Dr. <'-r~n Em6
Messrs. Wilson G.,ver, .ry.- me
and Louis -H nston, i. .. .. s
Lubile Beatz andi Mary G. - -*-utch
elI will bt- the preeny little~ 11 eye. gir- s
who will precede the b:ide.
It will be a white and green wed
ding, the decorations being palms and
white:Stowers. The bride wvill we-ar
an elegant gown of white satin and
the bridesmaids will be very daintilyE
attired in white organdy and will NI
carry white carnations.
The young couple will spend a fort-ca
night in the nortbern cities, and willca
then make their home in Columbia,
where Mr. Thomas has charge of St. ~
Timothy's church. Flot
Miss La Roche s'ince her debut t wo Sug2
years ago kh.s been one of the most sneh
charming '-sembers of Greenville's Buc:
social life, and her removal to Co- ai
lumbia will be a distinct loss to society n~r
here.--Greenville News. Fr
ity o
merlous News per.
Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of wan
Wa hita, I. T. He writes: "Four
bottles of Electric Bittters has cured
Mrs. Brewer of scrofukr, which had TPi
caused her great suffering for years.
Terribjle sores would break out on her "'
head and face, and the best doctors At
could give nto help; but her cure is hare
complete and her health is excellent." edy:j
This shows what thousands have past
prved,-that Electric Bitters is the a sin
betb bood purifier known. It's the nia.
supreme remedy for eczema, tetter, Wab
salt rheum, ulcers, boils and running~ most
sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys and city,
bowels, expels poisons, hel ps digestion, recot
builds up the strength. Only 50 cents. Remi
Sold by McMaster Co., druggists, it no1
Guaranteed- reccoi
Administrator's Noie donc
Al'perrous indebted to the estate of m
Rev- R. D. Per ry, deceased, are here-[
by notified that payment must be made Life.
to-the undersigned, and persons hold- ad
ing claims against said deceased must "od
resent them-duly attested to the un ec
ersigned fo- payment. h e c
T. W. BRICE, w
11-20.4t Administrator. s.u
HALF RATES TO RICHMOND, VA., AND
RETURN.
Annual Convention, Sonthern Educational
Association, Richmnnd, Va., December
27-29, 1900.
On account of the above occasion, the
Southern Railway will sell round trip
tickets to Richmond, Va., and return,
from all stations on its lines at the rate
of one first-class fare for the rounud
trip, plus $2 00 membership fee.
Tickets will be sold from Washing
ington, D. C., and points in Virginia
and North Carolina, December 26th
and 27th, with final limit December
31st, 1900, inclusive; from points in
other Southern States, December 25th
and 26th, with final limit January 2nd,
1901. The Southern Railway offers
the best service ever afforded to Rich
mond. Va. Fast time and convenient
schedules. Through sleeping car be
tween Birmingbam, Atlanta, Green
ville, Spartanburg,Charlotte and Rich
mond. Hotel dining cars on all
through trains.
For detailed information as to rates,
reservations, etc., call on or write any
agent of the Southern Railway or its
connections.
S. H. Hardwick, A. G. P. A.,
S.. Ga.
A Life and Death Fight.
Mr. W. A. Hines, of Manchester,
Ia., writing of his almost miraculons
escape from death, says: *Exposure
after measles induced serious lung
troub'e, which ended in Consump
tion. I had freqnent hemorrhages and
conghed nigbt and day. All my doc
tors said I must soon die. Then I
began to use Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption, which complete
ly cured me. I would not be without
it even if it costs $5.00 a bottle. Hun
dreds have used it on my recomm-:nda
tion and all say it never fails to cre
rbroat, Chest and Lang troubles."
Regular size 50c and $1.00. Trial
bottles free at McMaster Co.'s drog
itore.
Kodo
Dyspepsia. Cure
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids e
qature in strengthening and recon
tructing the exhausted digestive or-*
,ans. It is the latest discovered digest- *
Lnt and tonic. No other preparation
an approach, it in efficiency. It in
tantly rclieves and permanently cureS
)yspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
i'latulenice, Sour Stomach, INausea,
lick: Headache,Gastralgia,Cramps and
1l other results of imperfect digestion.
'rice ti~c. and $1. Large size contains2I times ~
asize. Book allaboutdyspepsliaaled free
Prspared by E. C. DeWITT a CO.. Chicago.
McMA.STER C@.: Winnsboro, S. C.
WAE HAVE
US 1 0t' *
An extra supply of GLASSWAfSE
s also been added to this depart-s
mnt, together with a nice selection of E
ne and White Enameled Ware.
We cordially extend an inspection
these goods to every one. No
uble to show them or quote prices.
. W. SEIG LER
rERYTHING thi
CCESSARYW
For the 'Ihanksgiving feast a
be found in our large s'ock of Ca
GROCERIES.
cols
e can supply the staple goods, such as dis
ir, Bacon, Hams, Molasses, Rice ;;
trs and Coiffees; or the fancy things. .int<
as Mince Meai:, Cheese, Macaroni, of 4
twheat. Rolled Oats, Citron. Prunes
ins, Apples, and Canned Goods of all st
s at prices which will enable the lean sysi
e to be just as thankful as the fat one. ma
ash goods arrving daily. and the qual- Tb
fall that we over is of the hundred- wo:
ent kind. onF
1I to see us or 'phone for what you end
.All goods delivered.
J. D. McQARLEY & Go, ll
one No. 49
In
dres
nong the tens of thousands who M'e
used Chamberlain's Congh Rem-_
~or colds and Ia grippe during the
few veare, to our knowledge, not
gle case has reanlted in pnearno
Thos. Whitfield & Co.. 240
ash avenue, Chicago, one of the,
prominen t re tail d ruggists in that """"
in speaking of this, says: "We
noend Chamberlain'% Cough
dy for la grippe in many cases, as
only gives prompt and complete A LL
~ery. but also counteracts any ten- against
7 of Ia grippe io resnit in pnen. decease
a." For sale by Mc Master Co. of the
at tested
- - - - - - - - - - - said est
E POSITION OF RES[DENT mnent.
Special Agent of the Equitable 10-30
utsurance Society for Winns~boro
ricinity 'a opened to a man of
charse a" *n ' 1jiv. A valna
t-tset, carrying r.-newa!s, will
en te, the rig' t mstn. Ariress,
RODDEY, Mer., Itock Hill, N
Ii
A'VegetablePreparationforAs
similating thefod andRegula
ng the Stomachs and Bowels of
Promotes Digestion Cheeru
ness and Rest.Contains neither
OpiumMorphine nor Mineral.
NOTNARCOTIC.
J&, ~ooldOr C V1t L PITZ FR1.I
Arti:6/Sat -
A perfec Remedy forConsipa
Tion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoca
Worms .Convulsions,Feverisil
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP
Fac s'uni Signature C.:,
NEWV YORTK_. IN
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. '
After He Comes
he has a hard enough time. Every
thing that the expectant mother
can do to help her child she should
do. One of the greatest blessings
she can give him is health, but to
do this, she must have health her
self. She should use every means
to improve her physical co'ndition.
She should, by all means, supply
herself with
Mother's
Friend.
It will take her
*through .the crisis
-. y eas-ly and
~ quickly. It is a
liniment which
gives strength
and vigor to the
muscles. Com
mon sense will
show you
that the
-. stronger the
muscles are,
. whih bear the
unei,
blessin %o.
11 d who ergo nat
rdeal of childbirth.?'
Get Mother's Friend at the
drug store. $1 per bottle.
HE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., a
Atlanta, Ga.
Erite for our free Illustrated book, " Before
Baby is Born."
Sfair Women
Are you nervous?
Are you comvletely erhausted?
Doyou suffer every month?
[f you answer "yes" to any of
Se questions. you have ills wh
ine of Cardul cures. Do you
areciate what p-rfect health would
to you? Afer taking Wine of
"'dui, thousands like you have real
I it. Nervous strain, loss of sleep,
I or marigestion starts menstrual
;rdes th-t are not noticeable at
t, but day by day steadily go
>troubLsome complications. Wine
aMrui, used just before the men
a! period, will keep the female
em in perfect condition. This
licine is taken quietly at home.:
ere is nothing like is to help<
nen enjoy godhealth. It costs
r SI to test thi redy, which is1
yrsed by 1,000,000 cured women.
r's. Lena T. Frieburg, East St. L.ouis,i
says: "I am physically a new
ian, by reason of my use of Wine ofI
lui and Thedford's Black Draught."
cases requiring special directions, ad
I-givingpyrmptoms.' rhe Ladies'A dyi,. C
D~epartment." The Chattanooga Miedi
Co.. Chattanooga. Ten n.s
'1
fr
Notice.
PARTIES H AVING CLAIMS&
tbe est ate of Q D. Williford ,f
d, will render to me ani account
ir respective demands, dulyI
,and al persons indebted to 1
ate must make immediate pay.
J L. M~INAUG H, br
3w Administrator'. lo:
Ga. 4('a Ten4~ Bot
Cepboad&Se
Bears the
In
- Use1
~ or Over
2 !irty Years
6 TORIA~
TECUK COM4PANY. NEW YORKCT.
Getting
Thin
jis all righxt, if you are too fat;4
and all wong, if too thin already.
Fat, enough for your habit, is
3 healthy; ~.little more, or less, is
no great harm. Too fat, consult
adocto r too thin, persistently
9 th'i~n no atter what cause, take4
Sectt' s iznulsion of Cod Liver ,
' Ciil.
There e many causes .6f get
tn to.thin they alli come
une hese two heads: over-'
work and under-digesti
-Stop o er--ork.'if
ca ornot,
Emulsion '(of Cod
tver ito balance y urself
vith your work. You can't live
on it-tr e-but, by it, you
can. T re's a limit, however;
you'll pa forki.
Scott' 4mulsion of Cod Liver
Oil is the readiest cure for
."ccan't : " tunless- it comes of
your doing no work--you can't
long be will and strong, without
Some sort of activity.
The genuine has
this picture on it,
take no other.
If you have not
tried it, send for
free samnb!e, its a--~
greeable taste will T
surprise you.
SCOTT & BOWNE "
Chenpists, .
409 Pearl Street,
New York. -~
50c. and $1.00; all druggis
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by I
Kidney Trouble.
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and'lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
and cheerfulness soon
neys are Out of orderOP
- or diseased, to
Kidney trouble has t
become so prevalent con
that it is not uncommon
-for a child to be born
Safflicted with weak kid
- neys. If the child urin
-- - bates too often, if the
irine scalds the flesh or if, when the child
ecaches an age when it should be able to
~ontrol the passage, it is yet afflicted with
ed vetting, depend upon it. the cause of
he difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first A
tep should be towards the treatment of
hese important organs. This unpleasant an
rouble is due to a diseased condition of the Plat
:ldneys and bladder and not to a habit as lf
Prost people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis- whl
rabie with kidney and bladder trouble, Ct
nd both needl the same great remedy. tion.
he mild and the immediate effect of
'wamP-Root is soon realized, It is sold
y druggists, in fifty- C -
:nt and one dollar.-.
zes. You may have a . H
Lmple bottle by mail
ee, also pamphlet tell- nm or swanrp.noot.
g all about it, including many of the
ousands of testimonial letters received
>mn sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilrner
Co. Bingha-.en. N. Y., be sure andGRE
ention this pa- -r.
[ONEY TO LOAN. Forn
[ have ade arrangements with
okers in New York City to make
Lnq on first mortgage of improved
*s for five years' time, payable in
talments. it tbe low rate of 7 par
it interest per ann. The broker- is now
and chart, for abstract and inspec- the co
n are reasonable. ApDIy to dwelii
Jr. E. McDONALD, Infor
0-4 . Attorney at Law. Mcany
WghTERN RAILWAZ
Satral Time at Jacksonvine and Savauah
Eastern Time at Other Points.
Schedule In Effect June 10th, 1900
NOBTEBOUND. 0."
Savannah (so y. .. .. M
Barnwell ............... ----- 4 4183
Blackville ........... ------ 42p 288
Slringfled .............. ..... 4 " 1M
.. Columbi......'....... 608
. dharleston, (so. ly... .O00
Sunmervlle ............. --.... 741a
' Branchville .............. ...... 8556 155a
Orangeburg .............. ...... 9 23a 2 0e
KIn e................. ...... 10159 480a
.r. Colu bia ................ ....-. 11 0h 555a
v. Augusta, (So. ly. ) .
v. Granit~ville .......2 45aT826p 1016P
. Plgefield .............. . P..1p
v. Aiken .............. .... 315p.
v. Trenton .................. 5 Oft 85p 1TW
Johnston................. 520a 41 1120
r. Columbia, a. ........ 5 10
v. Columbia, (Bldg t 930s 61 620.
Winnsboro ............... ...... 7 f 25.
Chester .................. ...... 751 8r
Rock HI . ............... ...... 8 a
b Charlotte ................ ...... 91 945a
r. banville .............la
...chmond .. ......
timore Pa R)...... ...... 2
w k ............. .....
buPg." )..... . . 9129 0
Lo... ... ........ ......
0. Nogg 0
p o.......... ......
...........
..................
0.~
460
Chestn.............
W. A sta .............. * 0 8 S
v. Columbia, so~.68~~ ...... 1 15
. g.bi ............ . . 5 8
S ra ton .............. .... 6
M
To unmevil ........ ......7 52
v.Carlston ........ ... 8 001
. omba(-y.- - - ~ -
.... ............... 1 80
*'Barnwlle.......... .. ......
Csavnnah .............. .
.r1Jacksonville (P.s.)... .... 70 9
rve an eatfo aburg. s
vaiexee~ Suday. *
Sleeping Car Service.
'& - : *ork.
ad 84-New York an F
peV. sleeing ai'
nmu v g-oom sleeg asI~~
gton and York.
z.lman Ai ep cars between Oharlotte and
lhond. Dlng cars between Charlotte
sayannah.
.rs.85 and ..-U. s. Fs. Mail. Thr
alia dzwlngoom buft slepig
.een Grackaourile and...... New 2or an
1 garbetween ...g. and
. ..r .... ....uT
csbetwteen
t.
:Urage l ...... 6IMa
OEBEAR'S
Dyspepsia
Tablets
-CutJres
Indigestio n
a nd
Dyspepsia.
X olidy...
Goods-..
[ have a nice selection just
ned for inspetion from which
elect your Christmas Presents,
sisting of
SLEEVE and COLLAR
BUTTONS,
PINS,
RINGS,
BRACELETS, i:
and FANCY GOODS.c
iso; nice presents in China c
Rogers & Bros'. Celebrated nl
ed Wares, as cheap and relia- it
is they can be bought any-f k
~e.
11 soonl and make your selec- ~
M Chandler
II.LLAD IMEI CO.,
(Limitecd,)
bhes Lumber, Building Materials
11 kinds, and are contractors
for brick or wood bouses.
Their representative, c
:R. J. M. McR OY, suB
,No
in Winnsboro doing work for2 ua
~ton mills and erecting several
igs ini town.
muation will be given by Mr
at Winnuboro. 11-13-8m 1
--FEED, SALEND
HEADQUARTERS for E',
DLE , BRIDLES, R(a, eve
I have FORTY HORSEM LES
nessee). Good Saddlere, Firds ters,
extra large Lumber Males, ab' y mec
I sell the noted
HO CKIH ILL BZrG"
"A little higher in price, but tbe EST Bi
Harness and SaddieQ of all descriion.
I also bave a fi-..e supply of tse ne<
paration for healiatg Old Sores. 'rusb, (
prepared by the best veterianary Virgi
purchasing, and I gmarautee satisation.
City Phone 59. Residence Phone 6$
11o~toffice Box 134.
IN STOCk
T
SHINGLES,
LIME
and P
y
ei
HYDRAULIC CEMElI *
Kr
1
sq
di
3E
$1.25 per Bushel. b
a
M.W.Doty & C
d
0
-An Elegant Line of- u
10
GARWOOD'S PERFUMESd g
BULD AND PACKAGE
GOODS,
BATH TABLETS,
FLORIDA- WATER,
SMELLING SALTS,
SACHET POWDER,
ETC., ETC.1
NOW IBTHE TIME TO BUY
Plantation
Supplies.
OUR STOCK OF HEAVY GRO
ceries is now complete.
We cater specially for the farmers'
trade. We know what they need, and
are prepared to serve them and a. bot
tomn prices.
We also carry a nice line of shelf
goods
SHOES, HATS,1
DRI GOODS,
NOTIONS.
and everything usually found in a
general store.
I'Goods delivered to our city trade. t
Come and see us.
W. R. RABB & CO
GRANITE CORNER.
BR KE CHN - "
de
'.1,',
BROKN CHINA
ine
nncer jus now Bro en t
tin
-tgar.ticest ca berelced[
it ood.es from our0 tocko yars.
WinnsboAr. S.hG
JcOaNte. PA~ ~y LMR SN, ;
V ERYSTULL 003L
[ES, BUGGIES, HARNESS, SAD
irytbing that belongs to a horse.
direct from the Horse State (Ten
ind good farm Brood Mares; some
tium-sized Cotton Males.
~CO.'S BUGGIES.
7GGT in the State for the money."
licines, such as "Colic Cure,"~re
'ondition Powders, Purgatives, &c.,
4ia. When in need, Ree me before
)..A. Crawford,
WINNSBORO, S. 0.
An Ordinance
D RAISE SUPPLIES FOR Thv MUNICI
PAL YEAR COMMENCING APRIL 1,
1900, AND ENDING APRIL
1,1901.
Be it enacted and ordained by the
itendant and Wardens of the town of
rinnsboro in council, that for the
irpose of raising supplies for the
.ar commeicing April 1, 1900, and
)ding April 1, 1901, a tax for the
iMs atd in the manner hereinafter
entioned shall be raised and paid
to the treasury of said town for the
?e and service thereof. That is to
Ly:
Five mills ad valorem upon every
Alar of the value of all real and per
mal property within the corporate
mits of the town of Winnsboro.
Two dollars to be paid by every
ale inhabitant of the town of Winne
3ro between the ages of eighteen (18)
3d fitty (50) years in iien of working
3 'L, streets af said town.
Al IS xeR assessed and payable under
u O-dinance shall be paid in the
Wnwing named kinds of funds and
W"ier : Gold and silver coin, Uni
!d States currency and national bank
ntes.
All taxes herein assessed shall be
ne and payable between the 1st day
E Novemher, 1900, and the 1st day of
annary, 1901, and all taxes remaining
npaid on the 1st day of January,
)01, shall be collected by distress or
Lberwise now provided by law, to
ether with all legal costs.
Done in Council this the 18th day of
Octoner. Anne Domini one
thousand nine hundred, an
[L. s.] der the corporate seal of the
said Town Council.
JAS. E. COAN,
Attest: Intendant.
JNo. J. NEIL, Clerk of Council.
The Easy Running
"HOUSEHOLD"
The most modern Sewing
N'achine of the age, embrae- f
ng all the latest improve
nents. Unequaled for Dura
ility, Range of Work and
implicity.
Dealers wanted in unoccu
)ied territory. Correspon
[ence solicited. Address,
r. ii. DERBYSHIRE. -
General Agent,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
I2-28-Iy
Clirlotte Comercial Coelge,
:2arlotte, N. C., established in 1891
and
Reni Biein& College,
Rome, Ga., established in 1886.
w under one managemnent, ofte
ceptional advantages to any o e
siring a thoroughly practical b si
ss education in the shortest possable
rie.
['he wIde range of territory cov ered
our emiployment agency a fords
:eptional chances for securing posi
ns We will guarantee you a posi
n if you take our guarantee course.
['he rooms in the schools are large
I convenient and well lighted.
t aung men~ or youing women may
'oil in either school any week day
-ing t be year.
f you are a stenographer, book
per or teacher and desire a posi.
i, write :be Piedmont Agency,
brlotte, N. C. If you are not a
ographer or book-keeper, spend a
months in one of these schools
get i ourself in shape for earning
ey.
bould vcu desire to be an expert in
re.t, stocks, trade discounti, etc.,
1 25 cents in stamps or silver and
>nr Pocket C'tlculator-iust what
nemed.
>r circulars and further informa
address,
D, M. McT VER
President.

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