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Tuesday, DecAmber 25, 1900
For Fruit Cake -material. He has
Royal Excelsior Ca rrants.. .17.
Citron Fresh and line... .... 20c.
Frutts of all kinds.
-Just one week more.
T. 1. Elliott, Agent.
-See sale of bon e and lot !i Winns
-The mill operatives have been
given several days holiday.
-The freight depot will be etsgi
to-day, and also on January 1st.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers are
dainty little pills, but they never fail
to cleanse liver, remove obstructions
and invigorate the system. McMaster
-Rev. C. E. McDonald preached on
Sunday at the A. R. P. mission in
MAiss Laura Gerig was one of the
bridesmaids at ~thi wedding of Miss
Minnie Sain and Mr. Jas. Doyle, in
Oraigeburg, on last Thursday after
The most effective little liver pills
made are DeW itt's Little Early Risers.
They never gripe. McMaster Co.
-Rev. J. P. Knox, of Columbia,
presented the cause of the Cent-mnnial
Church to be built in thA. city to the
A. R. P. Church here
and received a contribution of $526.46
from the A. R. P.'s cf our town.
-One -.of the rooms in the Doty
bailding once used as a law office is I
Sing cleaned out and will be .ilted
up as a library afft reading room.
This will be a central and convenient
location and will doubtless be a source i
of much enjoyment to many.
Don't use any of 'he counterfeits of 1
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Most of
them are worthless or liable to cause
injury. The original DeWitt's Witch
Bazel Salve is a certain cure for piles,
eczema, cuts, scalds, burns, sores and i
skin diseases. McMaster C3.
-Last Thursday evening a very I
pretty wedding took place at Black
stock. The bride was Miss Mary
Thompson and the groom was Mr. I
Joseph C. McLare, of Chester. Miss 1
Emelyne Craig, of Blackstock, was
maid of honor, and Mr. J. H. Marion (
was best man. Miss Sue Thorn and '1
Mr. A. El. Cornwell were the only
other attendante. The yonng couple b
Jleft shortly after the ceremony for a o
visit to northern cities. h
-On Friday night at about 11
o'clock a small house, oceupie d
by Arthur Johnson, was destroyed by g
,The bo which was situated a
in e western part of s on
the same street with a n then g
heuses and some of .- e were til
in ' Ager for a while but prompt work 2
on the part of the fire company pre
vented the fire from spreading. Most
of the contents of the hounse were
burned. It is not known how the fire A
When the stomach is tired out it must
have a rest, but we can't live without 4
food. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure "dig~its S
whbat yoti eat" so that you can eat all ti
the good food yon want while it is re- f
storing the digestive organs to health.
It is the only preparation that digests 0.
g :li kInds of food. MeMaster Co. t
-T be young men who are at home
for the Christmas holidays are making iI
an effort to get up a german for to- ai
night. There are a number of young a:
ladies visiting here as well as tbose S:
who are at home for the holidays, and 0l
if the arrangements can be made a al
nice dance will be given A band 1i
will be telegraphed for from Columbia tI
to furnish music. It has been some n
time since a dance has been given in s<
Winusboro, and the yonng people are ti
very much in hopes that the arrange- v
ments can be maLde for the one t'- n
-The Christma~s :rade has been
larger this year than for many years r
past, and the merchaats have every a
reason to feel cheerful. Saturday and c
Monday the streets were literally
thronged, and although the crowd
consisted principally of negroes, they
all seemed to be spending money very
freely and the stores all look practi
cally empty. The homecoming of so
many of our young pecple has brought
pleasure to almost every house; and
the last Christmnas of this century will
be long remembered by many as being
one of the brightest and happiest of
When you need a soothing and beil- ~
ing antiseptic application for any pur
pose. use the original DeWitt's Witch
Haze Salve, a well known cure for
pile- and skin diseases. It heals sores
*without ieaving a scar. Beware o1
c. u:erfeits. Mcfaster Co.
Mr. John L. Beate, of Columbia,
na1 Mr. J. H. M. Biaty, of Cleason
C lege, a e it homec for several days.
A N ight of Terror.
"Awful anxiety was felt for the
widow of the t~rave General Burnham,
of \lachias, Me., when the doctors
saidl she could niot live till morning,"
',rites Mrs. S. H. Lincoln, who attend
ea er ibat fearful night. "All thought
sbe must sondie from Pieumonia.
buit she begged for Dr King's New
Disc.very, say ng it had more thani
once saved her iif-, and had cared her
or ('onsumptionl. After three small
doecs she slept easily all night, and its
further use completely cured her."
This marvelous medicine is guaranteed
to cure all Throat, Chest and Lur.g
Diseases. Only 50c. and $1.00. Trial
pottles free at McMaster Co.'s drug
cures Hacking Coughs,
Sore Lungip Pneu
monia and Bronch'tis in a
few days. Why then risk
Consumption, a slow, sure
death? Get Dr. Bull's
Con hSyrup. Price, 25.
Doni t be imposed upon.
Refuse the dealer's substitute; it
is not as good as Dr. Bull's.
Sdalvtsm Oilin bcatsm,
Aches and Pains. as & 25 et.
-The Christmas tree given by the
ladies of the A. R. P. Chareh in the
armory on Friday night was in every
respect a great success. The tree
which was a very large one was a mass
of brilliant light- nd interesting look
ing packages, and was a delight to the
crowd- of children. The large and
roomy armory was crowded by young
people and there were a number of
older people also who thoroughly en
joyed the hippiness of the children.
The receipts amounted to about $50
but how much of this is clear t be
ladies are not -yet able to say, as the
expenses have not been summed up.
1t is expected, however, thaL a large
part of this amount will be clear gain,
as the expenses are not thought to be
40 A. T or 3 .0 A. I
BesThe AIMKild Y01 HaVI A Dq t
CemINO AND GOIGN.
Mr. David Ellison is here for Christ
Miss Mamie Cummigs is on a visit
Miss Alice McMaster is spending the
iolidays at home.
.W. H. Lyles, Esq., of Columbia,
tas in twd on Monday.
'. Means Davis, Jr., of Columbia,
e visiting relatives her.e <
Mr. C. S. Matthews arrived here last
reek to spend Christmas.
Messrs. [Jack and Henry 0 f
he K. M. M. A., are here. *
Miss Mamie Brice arri"1i
lay for a visit to her parekA
Mrs. John L. Livingsts - r
mbia, paid a short visi l les I
ere last week.
Mr. Lawrence Porter, of Thompson,
7a., and Mr. Ed Porter, of Columbia,
re at home for Christmas. c
Rev. and Mrs. Jno. T. Chalmers left i
arlotte last Tuesday for Mexico.
hey will be absent six months.
Mr. George Millett, of New York, a I
rother of Mr. E. Millett, arrived here '
n Sunday. He leaves to-day for his C
. A Frightful Blunderit
Will often cause a horrible Burn,
dCtor Bruise.' Bucklen's Ar- :tl
Sletebest -the rid -ill
panan mptly ea it.
ies Old Sores, 1tver So'res, Ulcers, Cr
i s, Felons, Corns, all Skin Erup- er
noe. Best Pile cure on earth. Only
ts. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold w
- McMaster Co., druggists.m
L RATEs TO RICHMOND, V/P., AND
mual Convention, Southern Educational
Lsoclat o2, R3ec -id, Va., Decembe.- E
)n account of the above occasion, the io
ithern Railway will sell round trip IC
kets to Richmond, Va., and return, ii
m all stations on its lines at the rate a
one first-class fare for the round ta
ip, plus $2 00 membership fee.
Tickets will be sold from Washing- ti
gton, D. C, and points in Virginia P
id North Carolina, December 26th
id 27th, with final limit December te
Lat, 1900, inclusive; from points in
her Southern States, December 25th
d 26th, with final limit January 2nd, 51
01. The Southern Railway offers
e best service ever afforded to Rich- b
Lond. Va. Fast time and convenient
~hedules. Through sleeping car be- 5
reen Birmingham, Atlanta, Green
ie, Spartanburg,Charlotte and Rich- p
iond. Hotel dining cars on all S
For detailed 1-dormation as to rates,
~servations, etc., call on or write any e
gent of the Southern Railway or its 8
S. H. Hard wick, A. G. P. A.,
EATHER FOR THE MONTH OF JAN
UARY FOR PAST 30 YEABS.
The following data, covering a
eriod of 30 yes.1s, have been com
iled from the Weather Bureau records
Charleston, S. C.. for the month of
anary for the past 30 years:
Mean or normal temperature, 50 de
The warmest month was that of C
890, with an average of 59 degrees.
The coldest month was that of 1886, (
'ith an average of 45 degrees. C
Te highes'. temperature was 81i de. (
rees on Janurry 29, 1879.t
The lowest temperature was 10 de- (
rees on January 11, 1886.
Average date on which first "kil
ng" frost occurred in auiumn, Novem-e
Average date en which last "kill- ]
ug" frost occured in spring, March 3d.
RECPITATIoN (rain and melted snow). 1
A7erage for the month, 3.73 inches
Average number ol days with .01 of 1
n lch or more, 10.
The greatest monthly precipitation
as 7 03 inches in 1878
The least monthly precipitation was
).19 in 1898.
The greatest aasount of precipitation.
ecorded in any 24 cozisecutive hours<
was 3 98 inches Onl January 7thb and
The greatest amount of snowfall re
orded in any 24 consecntive hours:
(record extending to winter of 188
85 only) was 1.9 inches on Januar
CLOUDS AND WEATHER.
Average number of clear days, 9
partly cloudy days, 12; cloudy days
The prevailing winds have beez
from the north, 18 per cent.
The highest velocity of the wiu
was 40 miles from "he east on Januar
30th, 1878. L. N. Jesanofsky,
Local Forecast OQcial.
A Monster Devil Fish
Destroying its victia, is a type o
Constipation. The power of thi
murderous malady is felt on organ
and nerves and 'mus and brain
There's no health till it oercome
But Dr. King's New LifeM
safe and certain cure.- Best In th(
world for Stomach, Liver, Kidneyi
and Bowels. Only 25 cents at Mc
Master Co.'s drug store.
BRITISH REVERSES IN SOUTH AFRICA
That the war in South Africa is fai
from "over," Lord Robert's word t<
the contrary notwithstanding, seemi
evident from the serious reverses t<
British arms reported by Kitchenei
last week. In the Magaliesburg hills
Thursday, December 18, -.Genera
Clements was driven from his camr
by the Boer General Delarey, with a
los of several lives and eighteen offi
cers and ifive hundred and fifty-fvi
men "missing." It was a wondrous
feat of arms," declares the New York
Prep,, aud its accomplishment in the
race .f an army of occupation of 150,.
'00 nien lends an air of legerdemain.'
[n ih. Orange River "Colony," on the
amwe day a part of Brabant's Horse en.
aged a .superior force of Beers near
Nastron, losing gfour -. sixteer
wounded, and one hundred twenty
ken prisoners; and at Try the
British casualties amounted t ty
ve more. Says lthe Philade
"The entire Transvaal and 0
Eree State are in 'rms. The Bo
ampaign is plainienough. They have
eft thc streams and plains and taken
:o the mountains. On the extrenm
ast, at Keomatiport, on the Port
raese border, they have descended
he British from the northern he
> the Drakenberg, across whie
rocodile River cuts its way. A
>f miles northwest of Pretoria in
dagaliesburg, among which the
luerts of the Crocodile rise, '
inder Maeral DelareyJave driven
eneral ClemptIarUfer some of the
waviest losses in captured in the war,
lown to Krugersdorp, on the railroad
'unning from Pretoria to Johannesburg
Ld beyond. A body of Boers has
allen on Vrede, in the extreme north
restern corner of the Orange F
tate, descending from the Imount.
which separate it from Natal. An
ommando Las attacked Bethl .
L third has raided Lithhterrg.
eneral De Wet having swept down
he Orange River has now turned and
I moving pa lied with the railroad at
teddersbur Girt as the region in
hich he ms is by railroads his
apture should be certain; bat there
re no signs as yet of his leaguer
owere has General Knox fo
im to a battle.
"Afer fourteen months of figh~
ith half t~e Boer force prisoners
ieir actir ands .outnum
emy, or . - - . ti
"Apparently the BoerbiiStamili
ith only one plan of battle," corn
ents ;he Philadelphia Record, "b
seems to be applicable to an iunnte
iriety of circumstances"; and the
oston Herald adds that the military
tuation certainly affords no reason
r believing the report current in
oropean circles that the Poers are on
e point of surrendering. The opin
n is freely expressed that these vic
ries will do more harm than good to
*e Boer cause: "The Boer republics
-e doomed," says the Philadelphia
ablic Ledger, "and from a humani
,ran point of view, it may be doubted
hether this temporary success is not
e worst thing that could have hap
med to them, as it will merely pro.
ng the ills from which they are now
iffering, av.e -a--tendency to in
nsify th w awaiting th t .,
Cold Steel or Death.
"There is but- one small chance-to
Lye your life and that is through an
arastion," was the awful prospeeset
fore Mrs. I. B. Hunt, of Lime Ridge,
tis., by her doctor after tainly try
ig t cure her of a frighfui case of
onach trouble and yellow Jaundice.
[s didn't count on the marvelous
ower of Electric Bitter~s to curs
tomach and Liver troubles, but she
eard of it, took seven bottles, was
rholly ured, avoided sui geen's knife,
ow weighs more and feels better than
ier. It's positively guaranteed to cure
tomach, Liver and Kidney troubles
d never disappcints. Price 50c at~
[cMaster Co.'s drug stere.
C, A . O E. I A.
U*The Urtd You hlva Always Bght
or Infants and Children.
is Kind You Have Alway~ Bught
lignaturo of ,a~ &.d4
Help is needed at once when a per
on's life is in danger. A neglected
ough-or cold may rsoon become seri
us and shonld be stopped at once.
)ne Minute Congh Cure gnical~y cgres
ough:; and colds and the worst cases
f croup, bronchitis, grippe and other
broat and lnng troubks.Mc
Many persons bave bad the experi
uce of Mr. Peter Sherman, of North
ttratford, N. H., w hc says, "For years
suffered torture from chronic indi
es~tion, but Kodol Dyspepsia Care
nade a well man of me." It digests
vbat you eat and is a certain c;1re for
lyspepsia and every form of stomach
rouble. It gives relief at once even
n the worst esses, and can't help but
lo you good. McMaster Co.
L INSURANCE POLICIES
L'2.boughtifor cash or loaned
T. M. CATECART,
Winnsboro, S. C.
19-18-1 .an. 1901.
New tserance Company of
New arance Company ox
pany o* an insurance Coal
Solici N. Y.
9-26-1 ublic patronage.
farm, o LE THREE-HORSE
from den road, three Miles
12-11' 0S. H. KETCHIN.
sent the idi claims against
soe the -s of Fairfield will pre
this offle on or be
-8 of January, 1991.
near Hop, , MORE OR LESS,
tage, goe Old Buckhead. A cot
creek or b 'ell and never failing
venient to oh on said place. Con
I ner d school, churcber, -&c.
near bui 4n Winfisboro
and othe- , good well,
For t v n said lot.
12-19 WS AND HERALD.
Unio- 4econ Baptist
to9 * ty, I will ofter
,mof e boro,
Sof ON sd two
equal annual In
S'o t from day of
4 a bond of the
te? f the prem
Da n or all
the h on us, and we have
RIES ock of FINE 0ROCE
hastii ht to Winnsboro. if
duce anything we will re
iu ext two weeks.
bof the finest
in lates and Bon Bon
Candies thi se
beautiful tha eqtQ
t In bulk and pack
d of Frults and Can
O les and Celery call
for your your trade. We work
trade. e.We appreciate your
All g "e . 'Phone 25.
An eftra -
basn also plbfGLSWR
ment. togeti ) ddt tl eat
Blue and wihanc slcino
of these g xedaniselo
t rouble to ab t eeyon.N
heFo qot pics
TO EARLY BUYERS 1
WE WILL NAME AS
THIS IS Y(
The CaWweII Dr
the estate of Q. D.
please come fotware
save expense, as a
counts will be pla
attorney for collec
notice you will get.
s',J.. L. MV
Tbanking our patrons for past fa
their fuxture favor.
"-F'ED, SALE AN]
DEBRIDLES, ROBES, an
I have FORTY RORSES and M1
nesse''-i..iOd Saddler., Fine Roadsi
exiI .uge Lumber Mules, andl plent)
I sell the noted
ROOK HILL BU1G'
"A little higher in price, but the BES
Harness and Saddles of all descriptio1
I also have a fine supply of horse
paration for healing Old Sores, Thra
prepared by the best veterianairy in i
purchasing, and I guarantee satisfacti
City Phone 59. Besidence Phone 68.
' ?ostoce Box 134.
MONEY TO LOAIS
I have made arrangement. witi
brokers in New York City to maki
loans on first mortgage of improve4
farms for five yeara' time, payable ii
instalments, at the low rate of 7 pe
cent interest per annum. The broker
age and charge for abstract and inspee
tion are reasonabs. Apply to
J, E, McDONALD,
104 Attorusy at Law.
>ds fop Our
VE WILL GIVE SPECIAL
HIS IS TO BE A
LOW A PRICE AS ANY
ly Goods Gompany.
[S INDEBTED TO
Williford, deceased, will
I and settle at once and
fter January ist all ac
ced in the hands of an
tion. This is the last
r state ..
~ed and to Arrive I
And we are right in the price
according to quality. Lower
prices mean lower grades and
poor workmanship. Everything
warranted a' represented. With
a long experience in the furn'iture
business and .belng a practical
workman, we mean what we say.
Experience has taught us what
the trade need..
We will tell vou somethtng im
portant about Sewing Machines
and Stoves later.
yors, we promise to do our best to merit
MULES, BUGGIES, HARNESS, SAD
d everything that belongs to a horse.
JLES direct from the florse State (Ten
era, and good farm Brcod Mares; some
medium-sized Cotton Mules.
3-Y CO.'S BUGGIES.
r BU~GGT in the State for the money."
medicines, sneh as "Colic Core," pre
~h, Condition Powders, Purgatives, &c.,
irginla. When in need, see me before
D. A. Crawvforci,
WINNSBORO, 5. 0.
1MONEY TO LOAN
,On Improved Farms secated by first
Imortgages. Interest S per emt. [n
sums not less than *500, 3 to 8 years.
- No onmwiishi 'be. Arwrower pays as
- ai eiuenses.
-A. 3. W. Ib. SOJ'LAB4.
Winnsbors, S. 6.
or JODN 3. PALME A SW,
11--| geluaso, 3.
The well known
Chester, S. C.,
Will visit Winnsboro on
Friday, Nov. 30,
and display his elegant line of
at obear Drug Co.'s store.
One Day Only
This is his last visit before
Mr. Brandt will be at Ridge
way en SATURDAY, NO
.- . *
eealyL as sa Ahee s
E eerythiommyje sp en
GIVELU A~ ClPRTE
a hose it ese t whrd.
Thankful for past patroeae sad li~el
taties for a-share Ia the hasere, ipr"
eld stand -
esNsat sedbat eal hears.
J. U, ULeY ?e