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-NEWS' AND imRALD.
PURLJLMED TRI-WE EKLY$
-BY
N -'NDHERALI)0M ANY.
TERMS. IN ADVANCE./
On e V'~, - - -;
WINNSiORO, S. C.
Tuesday, October 3, - - - 1s9>
WE do not take much stock i ii c
talk t) make Dewey President. We
have no doubt that he would m..ke a
fairly good iPresident, but it is n-, et
1'! c::min tha he would be as bril
llt h.. Whi-C House as iI Ma::i a
Bay. The (ti i-: of the P.esilent a.e
entirel diternt fro ih . 1 : wam
officer. A Presidener rqui a1 en
of much broader knowledge :' a
naval c~flce: usually poaLcc. Xliii
tary men !t.ve in . ::arrow gr). e,
and it is not speing d' 2i of,
them to say that they art n.o:rw. It
is natuet , never;h~ss, for peop :o
go wild over a h-ro, zan:i ; i:- on
him for the Prczie':. We bell-re
th-It D.wev is great I ., mln, t t "e
har many noble traits of ci to
-be adn-r . buht inobod-, kno' - -
th:g of hi p !ie :id prncip:s :-of
his -pecial ti;n!s fr ihe :1 ti
President. We lhopi: th: h viil 11t
K 'TMP'Maded 'a beieve that it
dat y to accept the ! tC:in:: f "r I C
iS a M.an tOat '.Xill ':o d it uni
satisfi:i that it is bis d'uty.
TnE take telcg-am t 1:0 ")1011
marke's, will, of cue, 'p: e e ub
ject of much talk a , r e
of business men for s-im -da'. o
~The L p :; ) -1 ' .v
n reperted r : wi il :(':
tml o171 tw a i h~ t
the New O:': d aee
uvestigat.e. ( ' oir. e w iev. r is
aid be cmiug :a w'eekv i
~d, but we h'e y in :oc Z&Mramr
t the benefit of tui:- li -- at ied
-at, u ne propa n klgh ;-.dvice',.i:,
trascti ms in C' t- . bn )s d:,d
future-, ba-ed o - I: qa t a1as 'i 1
be dc tre1 wiP ! 1i w'.L T';i; m
be d'ztw it tra!sicai ..: o:- the excha:e
are mer.i, but wh lie is th.e autho il-y
to deca-re a prisie sle f soot t'mil
and void, merely be'~'ise the purchaser
thtough.t that cottou w.as brtinging about
eight cents?
WE note that the Columbis S:oc is
urging the Coilumbi:1 mierchant' :.o
make contributions~ for the S:aie f~i.
Columbia -has been growiag this year
and her mi~rchants doubtless have
regdl yb& A~efitfom t
et IIC duatonD.L Iee
divedvery a1pp rrat. andQ e'd t
ng addreecs. Ithery o ee l
seemed to ejvy thea e..erei~ e
much. Schooil opened on odaI
morning with about s-xty pp
exp -ce th*a roll to be greufly incerem.
in a few weeks Prof- 4. - M. P
foy is principal, Mis; L-.ui: Blair :
Scharge of the prima:e *. partmm j'
and Mr.q. .Peurifoy the music, ca i
themes, ec. . n
Mr. Heath and John G.>dwei " cs' or ;6
down l4Nt week to at-euid the -c'o C.~ (erk
- On Wednesday eveninig iL'e Gree'i
briar ginnery caught iire. Oz.4 fo
handa, Robert Clowins., wh e' en t*
ouing to eXtingisht :le 9. m
badly burned.
Mr. A. Mack Dhdir bett on the 2.5thu
alt. for .Augusta, wher le expec s n ;. :
attend thi" Itlitary scho,..
Miss Blanche EnfI kut onl W~ednes
day for the Coiumbil Female C.ollege *r
Mr. E: giub Cama& oLe on wed cn i'"
day fo'r Wofrbrd Cot:e. G (
October :?, '99.
*For Over Fi fty Years. W
-Rs. .T I~SLO'W's NOOTITNu Sy'W-p H
has been used for over fift~ years - G L
miilionts of mothers for their' ebildu -
While terihing, With Perfect succe~s ntd'.
It sootnes the child, softens the uums
allays ali pain; cures wind colic, andpay
is the best remedy for diarrhoea I A l a, (
ill relieve the poor little snifere
Ediatelv. Sold by dirtogists 8
artof the world. Tw~e ty. fix
le. De sure and ask ft
ki' d Sc 1bngSya
UPPER LONGTOWN AFFAIRS.
The famers are getting along nicely
with their work. If present favorable
weather condition - cont inae we will
witre-, the almn t (if ni :) singular
spec:aele >,f th.a entire crop being har
vested ere lhe a1 t of October. 'Th
cottonl crop Wi.! b" vr ho( in our
section-indeed a great deal bl.Atar
than we expected. It is very fort u
nate for us that prices sae advaucin,
somewhat. The advance in price w i
probably coznpensate for the loss in
yield. Farmers should beware, how.
ever, and not let the present advance
in prices encourage them to plant an
other large crop. Let us strive to
make everything we can at home;
diversified far.Lirg, we believe, is the
most irofitable. Therefore let us
commnhce now, in the beginning, by
sowinig wheat and oats. Don't let last
year's ligh t wheat crop discourage us,
but let car minxtoo be, "More hog and
heminv and less cotton."
The upper Longtown school ope.ied
on Mo 'day with an enrollment of
twen:. The school is under the effi
cieit in.uagement of Miss Bessie
Ltl-eS, of Blair's. Miss Lyles is board
irg at Mr. Jas. C. Stewart's.
The owe r school opened soine time
n~co. Miss Willitms has charge ef it
s.iin th-s year. About thirty-scren
scholars Lave Ucen enrolled. 'M iss
Wiiams i. boarding at Mr. N. A
Peav's.
Theie have bei n several sceiables in
Le'ugtown recently. One at Mr. N. A
Peay's, one at Mr. T. C. Raines', and
m:c at Mrs. Jackswi's. All were wel
attendrd and a p!ce.; t time reported
Cade: R. C. Reees hai retnrncd to
Ile mn to -tume his studies
isz 34izey L. Harrison, of Ridge
way is visiting reVives here.
Miss LznA Reeves has returned to
Win:hirop to resume iher stuoils.
pt 100;ar 30, *39 E H. ).
, .:i t iess.
I lnr imt on.-.hwill canse piple
0 ietmu.pxlf E k'lt!c Beitter is the
I b es: rnerdcin, An i.' ',nrld to reg!ate
hd conp, liver d kidneys tnd to
pr ie bood wIt cuivs stroi
skin, rich cumOl ticod it wilt mske
god-looking, charmig woman of
in-down ivait. OnlV 5) cents at
McMaer Co. drm.- zto!e.
T he Only Chuld T.cen.
Mr, J. E Huey' is back from a sad
visit to Fairdelid cuntuy. Hie went
there i ontml ii: :o. see his wif e and
child-.\br ry, a i Ale gir! three
years o:d-wvho were visiting Mrs.
Huney's mo:h. ;r. Trhe child wa; takent
suddenly i I *u T .aviny aw dited that
evening. Tn're interment wa- inl Fair
fie d. Theo w sa0. . s a p c iar
severe o. Mr. and '4
ne e r~h. I At e I , ers siV
a u - n c e 1 o ru ~ n ? 'i ) ~~
-: R . LJ 1Rocco, -
St , MempflIhis, Te'nn. -
- t cn~'that I Used Dr;.
V E.4'ili.L~4 *xir fo nenlraa
it..~it.a mv general ihe it.h
elCJAiI paid' $500 foi the
h' t4 o m]y 'Iat a cnstof Iwo . 1
anco Con, ndspogo easp
0;)'. let t *J'81'I thsat If
ICo
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cas f &ra e " Jr '' iEt
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litt f~~- nlea to,
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RAGSiu.I
The Kind You Havo Always
in use for over 30 years, 1
anx1 h.
soial s
All Counterfeits, Imitations :
periments that triflo with
Infants and Children-Expe
What is C
Castoria is a substitute for C.
and Soothing Syrups. It is.
contains neither Opiumii, Mo
substance. Its age is its gnt
and allays Feverishness, i
It relieves Tcehiln-.- -
anail Fialuiency. Itasmla
Stomi:-h and Boweis, giving
The ChiLn Panacca-Tha
CE U INE GA.
A Bears the c
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will sell at
st for Gash.I
Lter them, at COst prices
THREE CENTS PER~
;R.
an~d see them~1. -
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