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LOwiJL rn iHLLKorbiNUil!
Wednesday, December 13, 1899
?Read Clerk's sales.
Stock ;o.~t. See advertisement. '
?Auction sale. See advertisement, j
- Palmer, the young eon of Rev. |
Dr. \yhsLiibcca, has pneumonia.?Cbar-.
Bfffiffy ?Fresh Raisins, Currants and CitIhHa
ron for making fruit cake, atF. E.
WpP ?The Yorkviile Enquirer says tha
~ the haadsome cottage whici Mr. |
Wyalt Propst, of that city, is building :
on Kin:i s Mountain street, is nearing
?Rev. R. D. Perry and family,
who have been valued citizens of
Chester for three or four years, are
moving to tbeir farm in Fairfield
Mrs. R.Churchill, Berlio, Vt., says:
"Our buoy was covered with running
sores. DeWitt's Witch Hazel!
Salve cured her." A specific for piles I
and skia diseases. Beware of worth- i
les3 conntcrieits. McMaster Co.
?Jost received! A handsome liaej
of open and top baggies at
J. O. Boag's. j
?Dr. Win. iS^leston has resigned
the po&itiou of assistant professor of
anatomy iu the medical department at
the University of the South and will
practice iris profession in Barnwell, j
?Mis? Bessiw McMaster has been i
electcd i^cuer at Mt Zion in place of;
Miss Karris, vrho nas tcsignsd. In
Miss Monaster's place in tbe icidge- i
way sch^oi Miss Be^ic Lylcs has oeeu !
DeWitt's Little Early Risers purify
the blood, clean tbe li fer, invigorate
the systeua. Famous little pills for
constipation and liver troubles. McMaster
?A fuil stock of all kinds of furniture,
sewing machines, organs, cook
stoves and heaters at
J. O. Boag's.
?The pastor of the A. M. E. Church,
rrVirw Vioo hoon in f?haror?> -far ahftnf. twft
!? 4iV WW** j
years, h^s been ecut to another place j
and a new minister will be pnt ia j
charge of this church. The chaDge
was made at the recent meeting of the
A. M. E. Conference?A
beautiful line of blankets may
be seen at Q. D. Williford's; he is
offering special bargains in this line.
These artisles are very necessary in
this wintry weather, and those in need
of them should give him a call. A
^ new Jot of shoes has just come in and 1
are in readiness for buyers. Read hie
J. B. Clark, Peoria, 111., says:
"Surgeons wanted to operate on me
for piles, bat I cared them with DeWitt's
Witcn Hazel Salve." It is infallible
for piles and skin diseases. Bev
ware of counterfeits. McMaster Co.
?A candy-palling given at Miss
.Mary Poole's on Friday evening was
greatly enjoyed by a crowd of yoang
people. The merriment was continued
for severai bonrs and all present bad a j
- r!ftHorh<-fnl Avpnincr. Sof.ia.1 or&lherine'S '
among the young people are rather
'few and far between, bat when they
occur are altvays pleasant.
ReceivsJ? an entiro new line of
millinery, golf hat?, a'l colors; also
^ Tam o' Sha: tas.
^ Mrs. J. D.McCarley.
?Uiert: or uourt it. a., oeomu^s
brought to this office a huge turnip
^ weighing 6 pounds and 10 ounces and
measnriug 26 inches in circumference,
m which he raised on bis place. It is
? one of the finest that we have ever
seen, and we wonder if any one can
v show a larger one. Mr. Jennings has
~~%many very large turnips among his
crop, bm no other as large as the one
It takts bat a minute to overcomh
tickling ia the throat and to stop a
cough by the use of One Minute Cough
Cure. To is remedy quickly caies all
fftrmo r\i thrfint- and Inner tr/vihlfiR.
Harmless and pleasant to take. It
prevents consumption. A famous
specific for grippe atid its alter effects.
?From the Chester Lactem we
learn tins, the inquest in the case of
the negro killed by another negro on
the train on the 5th of December resulted
ia the vcrdict: "That I*aac
Scott came to bis death by a gunshot.
r- wound ut the han is of John Wood^
ward." The Lantern a'so states that
"Woodward will be b; ought to Winns:boro
as the murder was committed in
?At the recent meeting of the Bapfftnpan^/vn
ViOU WU T WW J?VM W VVIHfaM*?t,VV
of some of the alumni of Furman
'University was appointed to collect
money for the college, and among the
names is that of Rev. J. L. Freeman,
of Winni-boro. The members of this
-committee ai-e active, energetic ehurcn'workere,
acd will doubtless be eminently
successful in raising the rc/
; Mr. J. Sheer, Sedalia, Mo., saved
bis child's life by One lUinute Congh
'Cure. Doctors -had given her up to
x die with croup. It's an infallible euro
for coughs cold?, urippe, pneumonia,
bronchitis i?nd throat ana lung tron
* ? n.?:. a. \a n.
^ / Oies. ueueves tu once. ivicxasier va>. i
?Miss Pau!ice Shei!, of Lanren>, j
whovc critic a! Illness was announced j
abotjt two weeks sgo, <jied at her home i
on Tuesya/. Miss Sneil was a lovely j
-* " young- woman and Lcr death is very
sad. t-he has friends he-re, made
during visits :o her si?!er, Mr*. S. B.
Crawioid, who wiii be saddtnsd by
herusaih. v:rs. Crawford did sot go
t to L'iur-i-> t'.ib funeral, having but
recent 1> r?-turr.ed borne from there.
<jtgHg^ ?We ca!i your attention to a new !
Wf : advertis !ii?':it which appears in the=e j
!?HF -columns to-day?ihe Bamberg Nursery
** *CompaL;., <;f Bambcrjr, S. C. This is
one of the if cot !he only establishment
of this kinl in thr> State, and
they outfit to be well patronized.
Tbev issu j an attractive catalogue and
sell Jruit tr esand fljwers particularly
suited to *.he ciiinate u the Sout h. See
"I was neirly dead with dyspepsia, j
men w?uiur?, vi-i;eu miuera; spring*, ;
and grew w :ve 1 u;ed Kodol Dyp- j
pepsia Cine. Tea. cured me." I'.
digests -.that you eat. Cures ?Ddi^fs- j
gat tiou, so?i' stomach, heartburn and sH
Y forms of dyspepsia McMaster Co.
The fa-aiiy ot Mr. Shipp, former
superintendent of tbe cotton rail], !eft
.on Friday tor Augas:a, and ttitir de
Mothers, when your children are attacked
by the dreadful croup, you
need not despair; Dr. Bull's Cough ,
Syrup will relieve and cure them at
once. You can always depend on this i
marvelous remedy; it always cures.
UUUUli aYKUr j
Will cure Croup without failDoses
are small and pleasant to tate. Doctors !
recommend it. Price 25 cts. At all druggists. :
parture is regretted by s:-any, f >r they j
made many friends during tbe time j
that they have made their borne in
Winnsboro. Recently they moved
into town and were occupying the
cottage near Mr. W. C. Beaty's store.
Mrs. Conrad, Mr6. Shipp's mother,
who makes her home with them, left
with her daughter.
fifinn \T?nnfi? fnnffti Pnro ?o tlifi hoef
remedy I ever used for coughs and
colds. It is unequalled for wuooping i
cough. Children all like it," writes j
H. N. Williams, Gentryviile, Itid.
Never fails. It Is the only iia *mie^s
remedy that gives immediate res ults.
Cures cougb3, colds, hoarsenes8,croup,
pneumonia, bronchitis and a!i throat
and lung troubles. Its early use prevents
consumption. McMastcr Co.
?For three nights, Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday nights, the Lehr
& Williams Comedy Company v?as the
attraction at the Thespian Hail, and
tncir perJormaoces drew good audiences.
Each night a comedy was presented,
interspersed with clog dauces, |
songs auci other specialties, and the j
audience was kept continually amused i
and entertained. The company wag
superior to most that have been here?
and their play? were remarkably free
from coarseness. Peck's Bad Boy was
the play which closed their engagement
here and a good crowd was out
to see it.
Miss Annie E. Gcmning, Tyre, Alich.,
says: "I suffered a long time from
dyspepsia; lost nesn ana Decame veiT
weak. Kodol Dyspepsia Care completely
cared me." It digests what
you eat and cures all forms of stomach
trouble. It never fails to give immediate
relief in the worst cases. McMaster
? Jast now ever? one is thinking of
Christmas presents, and the bard question
of what to get is made easy by a
visit to U. M. Chandler's jewelry store,
where he has a pretty and well-chosen
selection of Christmas goods. Jewelry
of all kinds, suitable for gifts, pretty
chija, which is alwaj s acceptable to a
housekeeper. and Rostra & Bro3\
plated ware. These goods are at reasonably
low prices, ahd the proprietor
of this store can always be relied upon
to give the best. Do not put off your
visit to this store until the stock has
been picked over, but go at onee.
Read his advertisement.
?The stu; ents of Winthrop College
are much exercised over whether they
are to have holiday on Christmas or
not, and are waiting in saspecse lor
the question to be decided. It was at
first decided that they wero not to
have holiday, but a trustee meeting
has since been held to discuss the advisability
of giving the girls a holiday
iVt An Viftn r of Kflfin
zviiu iucu uao uvt u<^u |
heard. It i3 -ather hard for these
girls to be deprived of even one day's
holiday, but it would undoubtedly be
a great interruption to their studiea
and for this reason the president seems
opposed to it.
Itch on human cared in 30 minutes
by Woolford's Sanitary Lotion. This
never fails. Sold by W. E. Aiken,
txt: c o
UlUggl&t, TV 1UU9UU1U) U. KS*
?An enterprising colored farmer,
Ed Henry, of Winnsboro, is engaging
in a new enterprise which will probably
yield him a considerable amount.
For days past he has been collecting
holly branches from the woods and
bringing them to town for shipment to
northern markets, where it brings a
good price. Before shipping he cuts
the small branches and sends the best.
There is a great deal of holly in the
woods about here, ami being in such
great demand at the north where it is i
extensively used for Christmas decollations
it is strange that some one has
not shipped it before now. A small
bunch of holly with the berries sells !
for a high price, and tbe cost of collecting
and shipping being small, the
money received from the sale would
be almost clear.
Dr. Cady's Condition Powders,
are just what ahorse needs when in
bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier
and vermifuge. They are not food
but medicine and the best in use to
put a horse in prime condition. Price
2k cents per package. For sale by
Hot Supper. ;
The ladies of the Brick Church will
give a hot supper at the residence of
Po?.f T1 S A nr. a ? A wrlortAn An ThnwHQ v
xuvuj^o Auu&icvu vu uu^cuc*; I
night, Hth iost., for the benefit of the
church. The pnfelic are cordially invited.
Mr. Thos. \V. Vaugb, of Fairfield,
was married Thanksgiving day. Lis
bnce being Miss Sallie II. Bretkle, of
C-. iumbia The ceremony was performed
by ILe Rev. Mr. Daren st the
pafjousge.?Tbc Sta e.
Prof. Hand at White Oak*
Mr. Editor: Please announce ibroujih
tLe local columns of your paper that.
Prct. \V. IK Hand, of Chester, will
leciare to the White Oak Ili?b School
Fiiday night, December 22ud.
The public is cordially invited.
11. L. Spencer, Pri:i<ioal.
A SUKE CURE FOB CROUP.
Twenty-fivo Years' Constant V?e Without
Toe fir>t indication of croup i-*
hoarseness, &nd in a child snbj -ct to
that disease if may be taken a? a sure
sign of the approach of an a:ti;ck.
Following this hoarseness is a pecni
Kov n h orh TP P.hum^dvl-iifi^
Ough Il^mtdy is given a- s>oo a% the
ci iid I ecomes hoar.-e, or even after the
croup\ corgh appears, it w.Ui prevent
;i;e atuck It is nsed in mauy tbous:u:ds
ot h'jiues in this broad land and
never disappoints the anxious mothers.
We have yet to learn of a single instance
i?> which it has not proved efisctnal.
2s o other preparation can show
such a record?twento-five yeare' constant
use withont a failnre. For sale
bv McMas.er Co.
ROW AT A NEGEO DANCE.
I - _
At a negro dance held in a hall in
the upper part of town on Saturday
night a row occurred among some of
the men, in which knives and pistols
played a prominent part, and which
resnlted in severe wounds for several
of ihe brawlers. Jack McMillan, Bill
Madison. Jim Toatiey and Tom Crawf-.'-c
dinnk and goi into a quarrel.
Jark McMillan cut two of the
negrces, Jim Toatley and Tom Craw
ford, inflicting painful wounds, and
the was becoming more serious
when ihe police interfered. Jack McMillan
and Bill Madison were lodged
io tLs guard-house and were brought
up for trial on Monday morning.
They wefe each fined $10 apiece.
Bears tic ./? Kind Ypj Hava Always Bought
MRS . M. TV. BROWS DEAD.
Mrs. Malvina W. Brown, who for
mmy years was a rr*:Jent of 'Winnsb^ro,
dird on Friday at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. T J. Boyd, in
Spartanburg. Mro. Brown was quite
old, bu iug n ached <hu 77th year of
her a^'., am her health had been failing
for some time. Mrs. W. N.
Unandl-r, Mrs. s. JL5. Fleming-, Mrs.
T.J. Boy;-, her daughters, and Prof.
J. Fieiiiii.* Brown, her only sod, survive
her. The remains were carried
from Spartanburg <o Columbia on
Saturday au<] t^o fu^ral took place
imm-jdiaiely after the train reached
Columbia. Rev. Dr. Wilson, of
Spartanburg, accompanied I he remains
snd conducted the funeral services.
Mrs. Brown has a nnmber of
ma C rrn V> r\ r? ^ r? TTf\*?TT V\1 AQ COT^f 1 n
icio'.ivo? ucio auu v^iy
remembered by a host of friends who
regret tc hear of her death.
For Over Fifty Tears.
Mrs. v? inslow's Soothing Syeup
has been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect saccess.
It soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays ail pain, cures wind colic, and
is the be? i remedy for diarrhoea. It
wi!i relieve tbe poo: little sufferer
iTYimoHiiinU Sr>M hv rlrncronatc in
every par: of the world. Twenty-five
cent;? a boitle. Be fcurr? and -ask for
"Mrs. Wiuslow's Soothing Syrnp,"
and take no other kind. 1-1-17
TO AIEET IS WINNSBOKO.
A xit? JuAtrcuuvc DUiiru ux tuc x anuc^u
The executive board of the Fairfield
Baptist association will hold its annual
meeting in Winnsboro, December
29, 1899, at 7.30 p. m.
All churches desiring aid from tlie
State Mission board, and aged ministers
who wish help from the 8ged
ministers'relief board must mak<? ap
plication through the associalional
executive board, at the above named
time arid place.
The foUowiog are the members of
this board: H. K. Ezell, C. P. Wray,
B. J Qaa'tlebaum, J. E. Jones, E. A.
McDowell, R N. Pratt, \Y. R. Rabb,
J. 13. Curry, W. G. Hiunant.
For further information, apply to
Rev. li. K. Ezell, chairman, Winnsboro,?S.
C., or W. R. Rabb, secretary,
Reckton, 6. C.
31R. GRIER BRICE DEAD.
After months of suffering, Grier,
the yoncg sou of Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
A. Brice, -was released from pain and
at 7 o'clock on Sunday morning his
spirit entered into life everlasting.
A painful throat trouble from which
be bad suffered for some time, developed
n few months 3go into tuberculosis
and be has gradually grown
weaker. The end came suddenly as
it was thought that he could last s:?me
ittle ?ioie longer, and he; died before
absent members of the family could
reach home Grier was about 181
years of age at the tinae of his death
and was a young man of unusual j
promise. For several years he had
been a student at Erskine College,
Due West, where he took a high stand
in ail of his classes and was very
popular among the students. The
far era I services took place on Monday
morning at 11 o'clock in the A. R. 1*.
Church. Rev. U. E. McDonald officiating.
The following young uiea acted
as pall bearers: Messrs. John Davis,
J. J. Obear, Hunt, Grier Pressley,
Henry Gooding, Theodore Qaat loVioii'n
.TnTin Mf*\f aster. \V. M.
Many wcmen lose their girlish forms aftef
they bcccrnc mothers. This is due to negUcU
The figure con fce preserved beyond
_ question if the expectant
<5? 5 constantly use
118k*^S? ggJVIIKI 9
fj\\ s fritna
daring the xrholt
penc-d of pregnancy.
The earlier its use is
begun, the more perfectly
t<sill the shape
relaxes the tnuscka
during the great strain before birth, but Helps
ttc skin to contract naturally afterward* II
keeps unsightly wrinkles away, and tkfl
muscles underneath, retain their pliability.
RlOtfccr'S TriCllCi is that famous external
liniment which banishes morning siefcofsa
and nervousness during pregnancy; shortens
labor and makes it nearly painless; builds up
the patient's constitutional strength, so that
she emerges from the ordeal without danger.
The little one, too, shows tne effects oi
fiiOtbCr'S Tricnfl by its robustness and vigor.
Sr't! rf i'rjF ctnreA for SI a bottle.
Send for otir Saely illustrated book ?er ex?
pectast mothers. g
THE BRADFfELD REGULATOR CO.
? ATLANTA, GA.
Mr. Wa'ter C. lioberfson, of Colombia.
is on a visit to bis Jiotbor, Mrp.
S. P. Robertson.
COMING A2TD UUIJXU.
Mr. J. W. Hanahan was in Charleston
Mr. Thos. Moorman, of the Columbia
bar, spent Monday in town.
Misses Janie Fleuniken and Miss
Ruth Brice came up from Columbia to
attend the funeral.
Dr. David AikeD is at home again
after peveral weeks spent iu Washington
and other cities.
Miss Laura Gerig left on Tuesday
night for Macon, Ga., to visit Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Gooding.
Mr. Robert Brice, of Chester, came
in answer to a telegram announcing
the death of his brother.
Mrs. S. NathaDs and daughlor arrived
last week and is visiting her
sister, Mrs. U. G. DesPortes.
Mr3. Charles Harby and son, of New
| York, arc here to spend the winter
j with Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Harby.
Mr. Ennt and Mr. Grier Pressley,
of Erskine College, were present at
the funeral scrvica3*of their friend and
Me:?rs Paul M. and W. O. Uric1,
of ColnsMvia, cirae up Saiidav afternoon
<! attend th> fune.ai of ih<-ir
Of tho Greenbrier Graded School, December
22nd, 7 p. m.
Song?"Oar old Friend Santa Ciaus"
--by P.itr.ary Pupiis.
Duet?Alis-cs Ligou s-.ini Stewart.
Chora?bv musir: cla^s.
Recitations?by Intermediate Pupils.
Piano Trio?Misses Blair, 'Rutland
Recitations?by Primary Pupil*.
Chiistma? To-night"?by a
number of girls.
Vocal Duet?Misses Blair and Curlee.
Dialogue?Why we never Married.
The above programme will be rendered
on the evening of December
22nd and the public is cordially invited
to attend ;ho exercises.
M. W. Peurifoy.
As a_cure for rheumatism Chamber
Iain's rain Jtsaim is gaiDiug a wiuo
reputation. D. B. Johnston, of Richmond,
Ind., has been troubled with
that ailment since 1862. In speaking
of it he says: "I never found anything
that would relieve me nntil I used
Chamberlain's Fain Balm. It acts like
magic with me. My foot wa9 swollen
and paining me very much, but one
application of Chamberlrin's Pain
T*-'? ?11a?A/1 ?v.A ?? TTVm* CO Ht? M
JDiUUJ XCliCYCU I'Vi odiv j
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT
To JBobbio Tinman by the Rlon Sunday
Whereas, Bobbie Tinman has been
1 transported by death from earth to the
land ol the undefiled and blessed, and
inasmuch as he was a faithful little
member of our Sunday school, the first
"to CfUBS UVCi" 111C II*C1 liiiw ontov
and everlastiDg rest,
Resolved, 1. That we give all concerned
the assnance of a deep sense of
the loss we have sustained and sorrow
that we will be gladdened no more on
tbis earth by I i-< loving, smiling face
and bis inn,.-en', musical voice, bnt
bow wil) ? d. uteik submisiion to
the will of ii in who doeth all things
well, sustained by the assurance that
he enjoys a mansion among theredeemed,
sharing their joy and glory.
2. Tfeat we assure the bereaved family
of our most sincere and lasting
O Ti.. . A rrrtll flTTflt* AVtAt*lcVl Q QfTdOf
O. " II"*' ? C YVi?l CTCi vugucfu u ditvw
meiD > y > bim and seek to live more
in act.* daiicc with the Lord's will,
wto P" graciously loaned bim to us
these f<; -v years.
4. 1 hat "we order these resolutions
spread npon our f-ecretary's book, a
copy presented 10 his famiiy, and request
j us News and Herald to publish
ay order or me scaooi.
J. B. Jeffries.
Dec. 10. 1899. Superintendent.
Spain's Greatest Need.
Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona.
Spain, spends his winters at Aiken,
S. C. Weak nerves had caused severe
pains in the back of his head. On
using Electric Bitters, America's greatest
Blood and Nerve Remedy, all pain
soon left him. He says this grand
medicine is what his conntry needs.
All America knows that it cures liver
and kidney trouble, pnrifies the blood,
tones up the stomach, strengthens the
no nn(c Trim rrirrnr OTlH TIPW llfft
*CO j T iiii* 110 V* wuiv* WW (f
into every muscle, nerve and organ of
the body. If weak, tired or ailing you
need it. Every bottle guaranteed,
only 50 cents. Sold by McMaster Co.,
Mi$s La!a Mc;;rorey lias returned
from a much enioved visit to Lancas
Mr. John Retes and sister, from
Chester, spent Thanksgiving at Mr.
Misses Clara and Julia S'ron<l, of
Rossville, spent a few chys last week
with Mis* Marnie Higgiii*.
Mr. George Iliggins is visiting in
Miss Lou Henson has been visiting
fii-nds near Chester.
The e was qui e an enjoyable party
at Mr. I! H. Ford's not long since.
Miss Locrelia Mcbley, of B'ccks;ock,
has been visiting hersister, Miss
Bessie, who b?.s charge of th* Mitf.Td
Card.i are out annour ci"g the nur^
o n . J j At -
riage or miss oue uiauue.; auu .<n.
On last Wednesday, Dr. J. A. Scott
and family left u? to make Monticello
tbeir heme. It is ustlcss for us to say
that we shall R^dly mi?s the genial
doctor and his cultured family, in
which we find the beautiful combination?trustfulness,
? ? ' - * /*--? 1 Art ft MAtu
ne-S, pciiutJi Uiucoe. /io a nci^utiui)
kindness .and generosity forms tbelaw
of the doctor's life; a* a Chri-tian, to
do good a ruling pi=8ion; ar-d as an
hcuesf, -r.ecessfni pi-vsician, he pos
tes:es ih-ir rlcment of character whi..h
s-, ii!onc-iizss with all Lum&n uofferers
Hi* conception of lif , :heu, is indeed
a iioble om1, and from if xve sure
that. pc> wfieivi he nu/ Le and hi-i f iir.-'
ily will enjoy a largft a-nonnf of happiness
ami contentment. U. S. F.
Mr. W. J. Ellioit camo up from
Columbia Monday on business.
17 A T T/TTJTATir
Read the i
H 6 A?7', ? '
[Yours o! recent date to hand re^u<
kidneys. My physicians said tnat I co
}i gallons drawn from scrotum several
fluid. "Was unable to pot any rest or s
able to attend to my business. I can
glad to give it, as some poor auffsrsr c
The trade supplied by
?The Charleston P09I prims an
article by Professor Thayer of Johns
Hopkins on mosquitoes and raa'aria.
This learned man has been c-xperinrt
onfiri/v in Ai?ilat? tA n A An? ttt V> c. f Vi n
LU(*UiaU? 111 V/XUCl JJLUlt WIU
the theory that malaria is spread by
mosquitoes ;,is a correct one or cot,
and has decided that it is correct. It
is said that the mosquito is "the chief
conveyor of the malarial parasite to
man." This being proveu the ?question
will be how to get rid of them,
and until this problem is solved the !
mosquito which has alwavs been a 1
nuisance wiil now be looked opon
with dread and its bite heretofore con- ;
fidered harmless will make ilie victim '
of the bloodthirsty little insect rather
nervous. All sorts of suggestions are
beiDg made by scientists for extermi-'
naung mosquuoes, dui ic remain? co
be seen whether they are sacpesefal.
A Sight of Terror.
"Awful anxiety was felt for the
widow of the brave General Bnrnham,
of Machias, Me., when the doctors
said she could not live till morning,"
writes Mrs. S. H. Lincoln, who attended
ner that fearful night. "All thought
she must soon die from Pneumonia,
but she begged for Dr. Bang's New
Discovery, saying it, had more than
once 3aved her life, and had cured her
of Consumption. After three small
doses she slept easily all night, and its
further use completoly cured ber."
This marvelous medicine i3 guaranteed
to cure all Throat, Chest sucl L;jr.g
Diseases. O.i'y 50c. and $1.00. Trial
bottles free at McMaster Co.'* drug
?Rev. J. D. Croat psvacheci in
OraL'gi burg on Thursday before the
Mctbouist Conference A krge number
of delegates have assembled in
Orangeburg and ihey will transact
mnch imnnrfknt hnsinfl^c. Thfi SS
signing ol the mini?tvi^ id .'heir eve
fields will be awailed w'u'n much iut'rest
by the Methodists, but as i" i> a
Kreat labor and will t:\ke some tirao it
is probable that it will be or.e of the
last thicgs done, aDd the peep!c vl'i
have some HftJe time k>uger to *valt
to fiud oat who is lo be tbeir pastor.
My son has been troubled lor ears
with chronic diarrhoea. Some time
ago I persuaded him to take some of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
JL?iarrnoea itemeay. Aiier usirg two
bottles of the 25-cent size he was
cured. I give this testimonial, hoping
some one similarly afflicted may read
it and be benefited -Thomas C. Bower,
Glencoe, O. For sale by McMaster
?Presiding Elder Campbell, of th?
Rock Hill District, wriies a letter in
the Rock Hill Hera^ giving an account
of his work daring the pas!, fonr
years, and bidding farewell to the
people, aa be does not expect to return
to that field. The Rock Hill Dis'
' * 3 - - l _ x ? r J
irici incmaes ? pare ui ranueiu
County and ..hole of several other
counties, 'i ? people who have been
under bis ?T.arga for four years will no
doubt be grieved to part with him.
The Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist.
There is a disease prevailing in this
country most dangerous because so deceptive.
Many sudden deaths are caused by
it?heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure
or apoplexy are often the result of kidney
disease. If kidney trouble is allowed to advance
the kidney-poisoned blood will attack
the vital organs, or the kidneys <herr.cc/.-c3
break down and waste away cell by ell.
| Then the richness cf the blood?the sibirnsn
1 ?leaks out and the sufferer has Brijht's
Disease, the worst form cf kidney trouble.
l^i]?.ot-'o t~5n_l?AA! r**'.*r nio
Uit Ulliligi J fc/T7WJ??|/-*\vvv W.w *. w? ?r V..W
i covery is the true specific for kidney. bladder
and urinary troubles. It h?.s cured thousands
of apparently hopeless cases, after all other
efforts have failed. At druggists in fifty-cent
and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free
by mail, als? a book telling about SwampRoot
and its wonderful curoc. Address
Dr. Kilmer 8c Co., SInghamton, N. Y. and
mention this paper.
> 1^111 IUl>i I Kif i IV IIcLi? c.ujtc<
dreadful disease and it v
following letter from R. J. B;
' * - ' ' /~x</ / Jy
Z^s J? /&&*&*& Q**~?"*tij2uA&4&6Cp ^
jstinfr statement of my case ^rhich I gladly give. I r
n'fl T>c,f. iHsif. hut .1. short time. I was unable to lio Co'
I limes. I was completely filled at the time i ixleep
except whllo under tho iiiiluence ol an opiate. 1
now rlJo my horse, a thing I had fccon uitable to da
lay be benefitted thereby.]
THE MURRAY DRUG CO.,
| -In eimost every pa^er i:: t;ie Staio
mention ha? been made froro time m
lime of fruit trees which ha' i borne
? - .. , i
sccond crops or rruu uvs jai', r.o oi
strawberries which have tipeixd. Thi*
U owing to the unprecedented mildness
of tbe weather in November. "No
second crop cf tree fruit bas been reported
from about bere, but strawberry
plants hare bloGmed and pro- <
duced a few berries which were not
t fully matured wbeu the frosv came and 1
; prevemeu icetr rjp?:uu?:. i ,
I That Xlirobbiagr Headaclie
Would quickly leave voa, if you
| used Dr. King's New Life Phis. Thon- i
| cancU of sufferers have proved their
j matchless merit for Sick aud Nervous j;
Headaches. They makv! pore blood I
and strong nerves and build up your j.
health. Eas; (o take. Try them. |,
Only 25 cents, iloney back if not j
i cure.i. bold by ;.7ciu.asicr lo , avug-1
! gists. ' I
?People in genei*al, and children in j
particular, ae looking foiward to;
Christmas, which is approaching so
rapidly. As the holidays approach
business seems livelier and everything
assumes a more cheerful aspect However
quietly the season is spent, :t is
always looked forward to ss a time of
! Htrvnirmoo onrl vnnntr <st?H (*.!d ste :
I ? ft 1 j
| sorry when it is past. F iiU?Jy re
j cdio-js are amorg the create*' picas-<
I urts ot Christmas "\vbeu all ?vb<> possi- '
i bly con come home. Nothing special;
; will fake place in the wa\ or gaiety |
I for iht; youn<r people, filtl*. 1150 r-o i
i r.;auy of the ab?ent ic:>oo! boys and i
lairs will spend the holiday- n>. n.^rr.e. !
Tot +/\y SiiH--T?h*vjm K??zr?3n!l.?
; The 'uteuse ucfiinff aart in '
j cid-jD* to these diseases, i> iri.-.autly ;
jvlaycd by applying i.,ba:ii '.rci i.iinrs "
! J?-c a:..i Skid Oimmen;. Muuv ver> ;
i b-.f! cays nave becu tiaras -.iKnlV- cnreJ ;
by t. It is equ.iily efficient, tor i chin* :
pile - -nil a favorite remed> foi $o:e '
rip;?.es, c!.jdp;jfd baods, chilb'ain-,
fro-t ' ires and cbr;?i:jr> sore r\cs. :
2o;v.:ft p? ? box. Foi- taie bv Mcvitrei* ?
I Mr. and Mrs Wm. B-.vtrck have i
i returned from Cbarlc?;?.>:i hero they |
j spcur several week?.
; CASTOR IA !
Por Infants and Children.
I Tiie Kind You Have Always Bosgbf I
"Rftars the /
j Signature of
j _ !
?The Horry Herald Las boor, par- J
chased by Mr. A. H. Woodward, of |
Horry, and he will edit it. Mr. Wood-:
ward is a member of the House from
Belief in six Honrs.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder Dis- j
ease relieved in six hours by -'New !
Great South American K.dney Cure." j
j It is a great surprise on account of ifs j
j exceeding promptne-s in relieving pain j
' in blsd.ltr, kidneys and back, in male
j or female. Relieves retention of water
! almost immediately. If you want
j quick r^'ief ai d cure this is the remedy,
sold by W.E. Aiken, druggist, Winnsbot
o, S. U.
i . L-r. % OKI5i I
I '"Wi * '? tae !a!i J
I rSKsS^JT*1* V>^i'.v;iwtcJ ' i'-ru: -?at wcrih.
i tsS^SSfe- = ^ b^V r-- <75>"J to lieeterg Gray!
;:mr V) i.s Youttifc: Color. |
Ky^JWiS5?-" St Cure" "' ? huirlsiiisg, 1
AT IilDGEWAY, SATURDAY,
DE.EMBER 16, at 11 A. M.. I will
sell st public outcry, my Household
(-Jooflp, Kitchen Furniture aud other
fixinrtP. Terms cafh.
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| l:MJ tl Xt. X. -DL.AIU J
IISCE! STOCK L0ST~:~
! CERTIFICATE NO. 22 FOR FOUR j
J (4) shires iD the capital stock of The .
! Full fie'?i Cotton Mills, V.";" "lvr
S. 0 . standing in n-irr.2 ot A .'en
PittuuM, having been n -lice i
. U a. 7 ~ : .
! neier>\- ?^ven ui&l i "i' ? ;.
I prop;". cu'horities frr -'t |
tif:cDecember ?7 .
j Aii i;Ci.-Mt.s are v.i ... not to ueze- j
i 'i''a f sai l ccrtificr.r/j.
I 12-12-3 A, McA. PiTTMAX 1
d thousands of desperate c
v\\\ nositivelv cure voi?.
*tsiH, Ma jo 58th Reg. S.C. \
-t. /7? -/ si^zs^sf'j 'sn S^LS
r\ ' ~ ""*-V , "
/} 9 /} / .
ave been suff.^rin?: f<rr ihreo y?ars from dropsy, |
Til e.-cept shortly .tfier hf-ln ; tapped, every tissue
,-v.n VACGIjK S LITIIOXTii'PTIO, j>i,rfcei!r help
: ha?4 u-rxi eig'it b&UU-oi VAUGHN'S LITHOJ
i ?cr nearly Ivrc- years. Yza 22a.y pubUsb srxii o! i
iale by JOSIAH J. OBEAR,
Columbia, S. C.
ii m i pi< ? a aas?g
a uo ea? vm
"Sing their own praise."
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES
san a reality be disputed. And it is a
REALITY that "we mak strictly one
?rade. A large or small 6iz3, as de?ired,
but only one grade. Whv buy
an instrument because it is ADVERTISED
*9 CHEAP? Purchase one
thrit stands high in the estimation of
5-onr friends and 'he greatest MUSICIANS
all ever the world. A piano
rr>??K o T\t-:r<s ir\r.e> frnf?h_
TT1''U t* V LUUV< V*V>AVM?W
Id fact, a piano with every improvement
tnat is beneficial to the weir; and
at a price within ihe reach of all, because
we save you the middleman's
profit, and it is worth saviDg, too.
Terms accommodating. Catalogue for
the Hekiog- Some BARGAINS in
SQUAB E Pi&uos. PALACE ORGANS
Factory Branch "Ware-Room, Nu 218
Forth Tryon St., Charlotte, N. C.
C. H. WILMQTH, Maoager.
fft Yi Thin Y)
uuii i iuu iuiiijii
It is to yon interest to secnre
stock that lias been propagated
on Southern soil. If so, write
- J*-- c .T ?
US IOi' illlJLlUSUlUU UiUdlUgUO Ui
fruits, flowers and ornamental
shrubbery. Prices reasonable.
Dotal lapsery Co.,
"Ramhfvrp*. S. C.
Economize in lis Use of M
General line of
o_ ^ c> o
ccc., on:., au
J, VV, Seigler.
THE BOOK OF THE YEAR.
"The Bow-lsgged Ghost and Other Stories.'
your friends. Cot.: ; ? Bow-legged Ghost,'
"When Ezra So*.;? ... r :j. "The Man Wht
Couldn't L&ugii," "IV . - Titles of Futun
iooks," "Selling o* " "No Woman, N<
'ad," "Society Actress.".'' etc., etc. This firs
dition bound in cictb. printc-d on extra. fin<
paper, and absolutely the best tumorous book pub
::sned. Worth S2.53, rcai'id postpaid for SI.00
Order at onco. Send for our new special illustrated
catil<?.rcc miiled ? rec. GJ res you the low
.st prices on all fcood books. Address all orders t<
THE WERNER COMPANY,
Publishers isd Z&tsoftcisrers. AilOIl, Ohio
[The W?re? Company ii thoroughly relUbU,]?Editor.
ases of this
r VA^IJ AWVW
-p*? ** "*" * ' A . . "m
7*T_ _ /*^
^neral anasarca, caused from liver and
i completely filled, saturated with fluid;
Ie6s. legs terribly Inflamed and exudlr.s
iTBIPTIC and am now comfortable and
ay statement as you may desire. I am
Winnsboro, S. C.
More Satisfactory !
People who have traded elsewhere.
People who have ordered from other
People who have always traded with
| us, an nna u
1 More Satisfactory
. ? to trade with
i T? RR A MTYT
JL Vi J?/X VX XX > J?' X ?
The Jeweler a>td Opticiak,
] whose ^establishment is now recog- ;
( nized as one of the largest and
; most reliable in tbe State.
The Watch and Jewelry
has doubled itself in the last two year*.
Onr r#>nnfAt.ir>n fnr fine and diffi
cult watch-work is well estab- '
lished in six counties.
Under Tower Clock, Chester, S. C.
I have a nice selection just
opened for inspection from -which
to select your Christmas Presents,
SLEEVE and COLLAR
and FANCY GOOD'S.
Also, nice oresents in China
and Rogers & Bros'. Celebrated
Plated Wares, as cheap and reliable
as they can be bought anywhere.
Call soon and make yonr selection.
O. M. Chandler.
fm ML j
i We have just received another
Cttsiifl - Candy!
; Chocolate Bon Bon.
Batter Scotch Brittle
i In packages to suit everybody
r f/~.i-re/if 11c
X^S Vii ?- l?yfl UU*
lllll HcKiskr & Gi
: I DRUGGISTS.
' A FR1CANA w*21 cure Rheumatism *nd
rV ScrofcU to Stay Cured.