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Saturday, Mareh 24, - - 1900
-Cabbage plants at McMaster Co.'s.
--Mrs. M. A. Daval is convalescing.
-See notice of bankruptcy else
-To-day is the last day for regis
tration of municipal voters.
-Maj. T. W. Woodward is.very
sick at his homeat Rockton.
-Hear the choir in ths catia-edral
scene in "Faust" at the Thespian Hall
on April 5th.
Mrs. Harriet Evans, Kinsdale, Ill.,
writes, "I never fail to relieve my
children from croup at once by using
One Minute Cough Cure. I would
uot feel safe without it" Qaickly e:
cures coughs, colds, grippe and all ]
throat and lUng diseases. McMaste Co' h
-The Weekly Njws AND KERA h
and the semi-weekly Atlanta Jonrnal, el
both papers, one year, for $1.50. &l
-Millinery opening March 29th, tj
30dh and 31st. It will pay you to see t4
this display of new goods.
The Caldwell Dry Goods Co.
-"Have you seen the devil?" is a t]
queer expression, but nevertbeless he
wiil be been in "Faust" at the Thes- c
pian Bai) on tae night of April 5th. i,
"I assd Kodol Dyspepsia Care in ti
my family with wonderful results. It
gives immediate relief, is pleasant to
take and is truly the dyspeptic's best i
friend," says E. Harigerink. Overisel,
Wich. Digests what you eat. Can
not fail to eure. McMaster Co.
-Mr. Garrison is still confined to
his home on account ot illness, also
Mr. Will Rsoche was too ill Friday to B
attend to his business. The market ai
was run by Mr. Jim Garrison. hi
-Miss Mary F. McMaster's many ct
friends in. Winnsboro will be de- gi
lighted to kow she expects to return
home this spring on a visit to her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMaster.
To mare the original witch hazel F
salve, ask for DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve, well known as a certain care for h
piles and skin diseases. Beware of
worthless counterfeits. They are
dangerous. McMaster Co. fr
onnection with the notice of ti
lection, attention is called
ice of election of a school N
ro e towli according to F
the recent ac f the General Assem.
bly. See adv isement elsewhere. P
-Quite an interesting marriage W
'ook place at Creight's chapel recentiy.
The contracting parties were Miss .
Kittie Beckham and Mr. Fry. Rev. S
J. D. 'Crout offciated. Both parties
are well known and very popular in Ii
r, W. CatonN. T.,
a wenty i~
~cont nie both
ght throughout the T
publicis cordially invited.
TheKind Yos lam AlwaysBOUgtt
Services will~b 'dl aj1. follow- It I
ing churches o'n SimUly:i1
Pi-esbyterian-1t a. m. by'the pas
F tor. Sanndly School at 5 p. m. Prayer |im
3meeting Wedj e'day at 5 p. m. evi
A.ssciate eformed Presbyterian- cei
--v C.E. Mc~ I% Seric at 11a
a m. and 7.30 p ao. Sunday School
at 4 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednes
da' at 4 p. m. j
Mtethodist-11 a. a. and 7.45 p. U'|hea
Banday School at 4 p. mn. Prayer chi
.meeting Wednesday at 4 p. m- . pre
Lewis Ackerman, Goshen, lnd .
sas, "DeWitt's Little Early Risers fly
always bring certain relief, cure my ga
heatdache and never gripe." They de
gemtly cleanse aid invigor ates~ the o
bowels and liver. McMaster Co.
____ ___ ____ ___het
We have just ended car winter jrel
season, which has been one of the I c
- L~ successful in years. We have Pe
* been kept busy all year. Now one In
spring season will begin first of Apri.,
-ineinding all of the latest novelties n
-ladies', misses' and children's hea
wear. Miss Sitgreaves is now in the B
* nottbern markets purchasing a seieet Si
stock dhe is considered one of t be
*most competent buyers, endowed A ith
excellent taste aid judg ment. Ladies
will find this place the :nost conveienot
- - ~ in :own iu puxrchw-iug millinery, as fi
we hiave in connection a ladies' dress- E
ing room. We extend a cordial invi- th
tation to all. RespeAfaly, '
Mrs. A. L. McCarley. 01
- - . si- '
Spain'sGratest Need. il
Mr. R P. Olivia, of Barcelona, th
S. Weak nerves had caused severe
pains in the back of hi's head. On Ktta
etBdand e rbe Rfe edy lod p gi t
sonv pefts vhin,. Hegsaysnthiswgrand at
tAlldy Aeia knoks taite eore liver01
nd kit.neryub le guairastbeeod,g
tones up'cets. oldco by renhesthe a
M ~r. J. E. Coan went up the road ni
on business Thursday afternoon. C
M. 8. Smitb, Butternut, Mich., says, p
D~eWitt's Little Early Risern are tibe 11
- ery best pills I ever used for cos- a
teress, liver and bowel troubles." hi
sorblun~s paininthechest and pain
albea*ng, the fore-runners of
pneumomia,' ar quickly relieved and
eared by the old reliable Dr. JohnW.
BUll's Cough Syrup. It breaks up a
Boldin one night. Try it at once.
Will quickly heal Sore Lungs.
Doses are small and pleasant to take. Doctors
recommend it. Price 25 cts. At an druggists.
A SEIES OF SEEVICES.
We will begin a series of services at
e Methodist Church to-morrow
orning. These services will be held
:cept Sunday, at 4.30 and 7.45 p. m.
ro. G. P. Watson, a former pastor
are, will arrive Monday evening to
Dip us, and will remain until the
ose of the meeting, which will be
)out a week or tea days. We ex
nd a cordial invitation to the whole
iwn to attend these services.
We would greatly apprecih-te the
resence and help of all the pastors of
is town, with their choirs and con.
regations. We need, and will wel.
>ae heartily, all the help we can get
worku g for the Master. We solicit
is earnest prayers of all Christian
ople for the success of the Lord's
ork. . J. D. Crout.
That Throbbia: Headashe
Would quickly leave you, if you
ed Dr. King's New Life Pilw. Thou
nds of sufferers have proved their
atchless merit for Sick and Neryous
eadaches. They make pure bloo'i
id strong nerves and build np your
alth. Easj to take. Try them.
aly 25 cents. Money back if noi
Lred. Sold by McMaster Co., drug
COINO AX GOMMG.
Rev. Freeman went to Ridgeway
Dr. Edwin P. Wolfe spent Friday
Mr. Albert Connor will come up
om Columbia this, week for a day or
Mr. F. E. King, of the Austin
ichols Co., N. Y., was in Winnsboro
Mr. E. B. Cornwell passed through
insboro Fridam route to Corn
all, S. C.
Mr. Marion Jenniags and R. M.
avis, Jr., will spend Saturday and
Mr. Charlie Neil, of the South Caro.
cia College, will spend Saturday and
nday at home.
Mr. E. W. Peterson returned to
innsoro Friday to work for Mr.
~inner, who is sick.
Mr. Jno. M. Lucas, of Dapont, Ga.,
as been on a visit to relativhs and
I arrive in town this week to spend
'eral days with their parents.
Lis Nettie Sitgreaves left Thursday
the northern markets to purchase
linery for Mrs. A. L. McCarley.
Lis Kathryn Kellam, of Virginia,
i Cadwell Dry Goods Company's
liner, has arrived and is boarding
h Miss Lila Beaty.
rer Over Fify Years.
[Es. '1 INSLOW's SOOTEING SYrztv
been used for over fifty years by
lions of mothers for their children
i teething, with perfect success.
toothes the child, softens the gums,
tys all pain, cures wind colic, and
be best remedy for diarrhoea it
1 relieve the poor little saferer
ediately. Sold by druggists in
ry part of the world. Twent y-i'e
its a bottle. Be sure and ask for
Irs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,"
take no other kind. 1-1-17
TXE CHAIN GANG.
LEditor: There are mutterings
.rd sbout the operations of thre
tingang. It is said that under the
sent management six prisonere lhave
~aped-one some time ago andi that
e, yesterday, walked off while the
ard was asleep and the superinm~en
ct off in Ridgeway. It is the belief
many peor that Mr. Hood, the
it man there ever has bsen in cone
I of the chaingang, was deposed
~ardless of the interests of the
inty, and that a man totally iniex
rienced (to say the least) was ele d
~s place purely from political mo
~s. . . Voter.
Atrch 23, 1900.
ste Ths ll* Yo HaMS Always Bought
ETING OF CAMP NM CAL LED.
At the last mneeti f ths. Camp.
st Monday i.n Marc it., the comn
tder was request to asienuce
rough TEE NEWS A nRALD that
ere will be a meetin of the camp
Monday, April 2nd next, for the
ecial purpore of paying up oar an
tal dues and electing delegates t6
general reunion in Louisviile'
s'uckr, May, 30th, Jna 3rg
ease, comrades, attend promptly, and~
is exortationt ii [specially addrened
members who live in the country,
d can not sttend all of our meetings.
'e d tot want nur oIrganaization to
idown, andl it nnly requiro4 15 cents
sear for members already la good
rding, and 25 cerits for new mesa
ri. Come one, comne all.
R. H. Jennizigs,
Wn. Orr, Newark, O) , sayP, "We
ever feel safe witbcut One Miante
ough Cure in th b ou*s. It saved
ty little boy's li'e wheni he had che
enmonia. We think it is the best
medicine made." It cnres cough- and
II lung diseases. Pleasant to take,
armless and gives immediate results.
ProCEjmeGI OF CAM RADxs.
New OMcers Elected and Gommittees AP
At a mee ing of Camp Raines, held
March 5th, the following ofcers were v
Commander-Robert H. Jennings.
1st Lient. Commander-A S. Dong
2nd Lieut. Commander-G, H. Mc
Adjutant-John J. Neil.
Surgeon-T. B. McKinstry, M. D.
Quartermaster-SSaml. R. Johnston. c
Sergeant-Major-S. W. Broom. 4
Ofcer of the Day-H. A. Gaillard.
Color Sergeant-James A. Brice. 0
Vidette-Jno. D. McCarley. F
lst Color Guard-Dani. G. Ruff. '
2nd Color Gnard-Robt. E. Ellison. 0
Rev. D. E. Jordan was elected chap- t<
la 'atmad of Rev. Benjamin Allston,
The following special committees d
were appointed: d
To draft suitable resolutions on the 0
death of Comrade Benjamin Allston- d
Henry A. Gaillard, A. S. Douglass,
W. C. Beaty.
To draft suitable resolutions on the ,
death of Comrade Washington X. a
Mason-Thos. B. McKinstry, Thos. W. 7
Woodward, Jao. D. Leitner- a
A Frightful Bluander ti
Will often cause a horrible Burn,
Sean, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's.Ar
uica 6alve, the best in the world, will
kill the pain and promptly heal it.
Cares Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, i
Boils, Felons, Corns, all Skin Erup
tions. Best Pile cure on earth. Only
2; cts. a box. Care guaranteed. Sold
b- McMaster Co., druggists. 0
3R. JENNINGS WILL IB A CANDIDATE r
FOB STATE TREASURER.
Mr. Editor: I want to say to the
Democratic veters of Fairfield Coanty 0
specially, and to all the good people, tl
male and female, generally, that I ti
heartily appreciate their kindness and a,
cosideration by which I have been
brought to the fourth year of my third n
term as clerk of the court. I doff my
hat, bow my head and return thanks.
My friends who have expresEed to me
their wish that I should be a candi
date for re-election this year will ex
c-se me I am sure when I say, that
wile I would rather be clerk of the
court of Fairfield County than Gover
nor of the State, yet under all the cir- d
cmatances, I don't feel jthat it would 0
be prudent or altogether consistent
for me to ask a fourth term. I may 0
say however that it is gratifying to
me to believe that. I go ont of the office G
with the approval of my people of all
colors and political creeds. If I have li
an enemy I don't know it, and if r:
there is a murmer of dissatisfaction
as to may administration it has notC
reached my ears. In -conclusion allow t
me to say ter ' - tat
aedecided to be a &tndidate in t
next Dro'-ocratic primary for State a
treasurer, and the hearty support of D.
y native county, whether I shall re- A.
eive the nomination or not, would be 1
source of great satisfaction, and
would act as a soothing balm if I
should have to boar the smart of do
feat. R. H. Jennings
Mrs. Calvin Zimmerman, Milesburg
~a , says, "As a speedy cure for
coughs. colds, Group and sore throat
One Minute Cough Care is unequaled.
It is pleasant for skildren to take. 'I
heartly reeommend it to mothers." It
is t he only harmless remedy that pro
duces immediate results. It cures
bronchitis, pneumonia, grippe and
throat and lung disases. It will pre
venconsumption. Mc~aster Co.
RIDGEWAY NEWS. -
Five Convicts Esoape--One* Captured en
The county-chainlganlg camp iS locat
ed about a mile north of Ridgeway on
the Dutchman Creek road. To-day
while Supsrintendent Richardson ".as
in Ridgeway a "trustee" rode in and
ol him five of his convic-a had.
ei aped. Those of us who had not
gone "ffshing" went "convict hurnt
is" Up to this hour, eight o'clock,
uroe have been caught. At the time
o1 the Escape only one guard was on
Miss Anne Herndon, et Ashland,
Va., is visiting her brothr Rev. J. G.
Mrs. Harry DePortes 11 witha
On Thursday last, at the Ieiec
of her father, Misa Robison was mar
ried to Mr. Holli~e, of Bear Creek. The
bride is thie daughter of Mr. W. 8.
Ra bison. L
M arch 22, 1900.
The conty supervisor informs us
that the following are the convictS I
who have escaped: Henry Harrison
nd William Harrison, seu,tenced to
ix months at tbe last term of court;
B- ce Buice to 18 months; "Big Head
Jim", 40 montbc, William Brow ., 8
ears It is stated that the guard did fi
not shoot or attempt to shoot, and one
eport i that he was a'leep, ar~d did
did not know the escape had been
ude ntil the alarm was givens by a
trustee. Whether this reporC is true
or nt, we can not say. "Big Head
im" .uas caught near~ Winnaboro on
riday morning by Mr. Wa. Gil
For Infants and Childreni.
1 f Kind YuHan Alas Beaghto
Bears the lr i 7
The One Day Cold Cure. I
Kermott's Chocolates Laxative guinine for
cld in the head and sore throat. Chitdrea takeJ
te like candy.
~ET AN EARLY S T ART
S On Your Spring Shoppinga
We ape 19eadyU to Help You b
81aowirag Sprirq Gmoods.
A beautiful line of White Goods in Plain Lawns,
Checked Muslin and Pique. Some of these goods
were contracted-for last August, before the rise in
prices; you can have them cheap. Also.new lot of
Hamburg, Nainsook and Lawn Embroideries.
We are also showing a large and varied stock of
Spring colors in Prints, Percales, Colored Pique.
Duck and Zephyr Ginghams. These goods all
bought cheap. The early buyers will get the ad
We will show you good value in White Spreads,
Sheeting and Towels, and have a special bargain in
White Damask in two, two-and-a-half and three
-yard lengths. These are factory ends ; splendid
quality, 5oc and 75c.
We have many new things to show and you will
be interested. Give us a call.
The Caldwell Dry Goods CoMpays
I am now displaying the grandest line of SPRING
AND SUMMER NECKWEAR ever brought to this town.
I can please anybody when they want a Tie. Come early
a -and get first choice. You have missed quite a treat
a if you have not seen my big stock of NEGLIGEE S
SThey are perfect fitting and well made. A 1the n
ou in is epa en , an the styles are simply gra
Come and give your eyes a feast.
When you are In my store look through my line of
HATS. I bave a great many new things to show you this
season in the Hat line.
Yours to please,.
SQ. D. WILLIFORD.
Send Us One Boliar.
Out alsa ad. out saa sent It to us with onu dollar sa w
wilfrwad yo t .sSO Dgctioway. subjet tmlai
lunelv th grandest bargain ever heard of aa a better die
tius ynyo ha,.ytseu1r agea ~
Webster a latetasE mloal T ti teItt*c1S
pag tanW~MI~J TIoA pI AYThe
LI R ARYS*B EP, mrbled edr ndidfrcy4.95. As a
o'iaSW.flure catuagne of beks at upeebi es
THE WERNER COM'~PANY,
pua'niiters aaznretres ~Akron, Ohle.
[ be ene: Cora.ipaiy Ia thoaghly relibe.]-E tor.
DOYOU KJUST ARRIVED
Need Stationery of any kind? Iarid
We have what you
in fine Stationery of all grades,
and when you start out NTEL O'HJSSA)
MULEs, a few wood Mares, a Ane
iO G~muCombination Auerbe. an~d a few
Plug Horses. My mules
I are finer th-an Ihave
statoner ofany iad omeever bandied.
and ee ors bforebuyi'.' I will sell the above stock cheap for
And when you start to writL r im o goanal
to distant friends or relatives I will pay the highest cash price for all
we can show something th'at eianses of cattle, fat or poor.
you need in Pens, Ink, Pen
cils, etc. -BELIggies.
Don't forget us when you I have a few nice BUGGIES that 1
Sare in need will me:! cheap for cash.
- J. . M cMaste 1o have employed air. Arthur Owen
5~ CON to haye hisltria~ lionhmadd
Druggists. - mome business.
The One Day Cold Cure. A Williford,
For coids and sorethroat use K~ermott's choco.
rhousands Have Kidney Troubl
and Don't Know it.
How To Find Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with yot
rater and let it stand twenty-four hours;
sediment or se
ting indicates a
tiou of the ki<
neys; if it stair
your linen it
evidence of kit
ney trouble; to
frequent desire 1
pass it or pain
the back is al
onvincing proof that the kidneys and bla<
er are out of order.
What to Do.
There is comfort In the knowledge s
ften expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swaml
toot, the great kidney remedy fulfills ever
rish in curing rheumatism, pain in th
ack, kidneys, liver, bladder and every pai
I the urinary passage. It corrects inabilit
hold water and scalding pain in passin
or bad effects following use of liquoi
ine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasar
ecessity of being compelled to go ofte
uring the day, and to get up many time
uring the night. The mild and the extra
rdinary effect of Swamp-Root is soo
mlized. It stands the highest for its wor
erful cures of the most distressing case.
you need a medicine you should have th
est. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$!. size,
'You may have a sample bottle of thi
nd a book that tells
iore about it, both sent
bsolutely free by mail, O
ddress Dr. Kilmer & Home or swamp.Roo:
o., Binghamton. N. Y. When writing men
on reading this generous offer in this paper
n the Matter of John G. Mob'e3
To the creditors of John G. Mobley
f Winnsboro, in the County of Fair
old, and District aforesaid, a bant.
Notice is hereby given that the fins
eeting of his creditors will be held a
ky office, in Winnsboro, S. C., on th
th day of April, A. D. 1900, at 1
'clock in the afternoon, at which tim
ie said creditors may attend, prov
eir claims, examine the bankru;
ad transact such other basiness a
iay properly come before said meet
ig which will be continued until a]
iatters are dispaed of.
.2 J. E. McDONALD,
3-2( Referee in Bankruptcy.
AN ELECTION FOR INTEli
Lat and four Wardens for the Towi
r Winnsboro, 8. C., for the ensuinu
ear will be held in the Town Hall, a
finnsbero, on Monday, the 2nd da:
f April, 1909, from 9 A. 31. to 4 P.Md
Also, in copformity to an Act of tb
eneral Assembly entitled "An Ac
provide for the election of schoc
ustees, the mansgement of the put
c schools and the disbursement of tb
~hol funds in Speelial School D'stric
o.' 14. at Winnsboro, in Fairfioli
o uty," su election at the same tim
a .place Il be held for -one truste
town of Winnsbora
'es for said schot
into e t e ee esion,~ii.:
. EDowel', W. B. Elliott, Jno.
~ order of Council:
JOHN J. NEIL,
Tare sole agents in Winns'
aro for Heinz's goods.
When you need Pickles,
ask for Heinz's, they
are the best,
Heinz's Dill *akles are
Heinz's Sweet land Souw
Heinz's Cucumbers in bulk
Heinz's India Radish.
Heinz's Celery Sauce.
Heinz's Tomato Catsup.
Heinz's Pi-eserves in bulk.
Heinz's Apple Butter an<
Heinz's Mince .Meat in bull
This is the season for evap
rated fruits. We have then
1 Prunes, Apples, P'eache
. K aesh
A full assortment of styles I
to select from.
Prices to compete with any
Cards printed from plate,
$1.00 per 100.
New plates from
50c to $1.00.
Send all such orders to
Watchmaker & Jel
PHARM A INT.
Chl ole e e'a Id
.Uharlotte, N. C., establishedlma
Role Buiieu Cileg
Rme, Ga., established in 11
'(W uder one managemen
'rceptinal advantages to
eirig a thoromghly prae
see educanion ir, the shortest
a. 'ur e#DniiorWeoDs agency
excptional chances for seen~i
Ss We w it! guarantee von
t n if yon rake our guaraire
The rooms in the schoes are
.m con'venient and well lighted.
Y'ung me" or youg women may
..nrvll in either school any week day
.Mrig t te yeiar.
If vou are a stenograpreCr, booka
beeper or teacher and desire a peal.
ion, write the Piedmot' Agaq,.
hartotte, N. C. If yoc are met a
nographer or book-keeper, spend a
;ew mionths in one of these scheels
an get yourself in shapie for earsiug
ehoud yca desire to be an expert in
interest, stocks, trade discount, e..
send 25 cents in stamps or silver and
et our Pocket Calculator-inst what
y ou need.
'For circulars and further informs
D, M. Mel VER,
I ALL ITS 3ffARTM
with a fall stock of Caskbts, Eiu
Cases and Cofms, eestaatly en a
and use of hearse when epiti
Thanhial for past patronage
tatin for a share in the tN
Gls attended to at all hers.
~ . x, wasem