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Tuesday, October 31, 1899
-Received, new line ofGolf Hats
and Tam O'shantas.
-We are glad to see Mr. W. R.
Doty out again after an attack of
fever, which confined him to his home
for a week or two.
- The presbytery of the Associate
Reformed Presbyterian Church con
vened at Lancaster on Monday. Rev.
C. E. McDonald is present at the
-There was no service in the Pres
byterian Church on Sunday as the
pastor, Dr. Jordan, preached in
Anderson. Dr. Jordan will return
home this week.
Joseph Stockford, Hodgdon, Me.,
healed a sore running for seven years
and cured his piles of long standing
by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
It cures all skin diseases. McMaster
-As has already been announced,
tbe first of the series of lectures to be
delivered by Dr. J. W. Smith, of Car
lisle, Pa., will be given this evening in
A. M. E.. Zion Church. The lecturer
is a colcred man and will lecture on
the condition of the negro.
-Jst received! A handsome line
of open and top buggies at
J. 0. Boag's.
-Mr. John G. Mobley and Mr. J.
B. Tarner, who always have a -fine
exhibit of cattle at the State fair, will
both be on hand as usual this year
with cattle that will no doubt bring
home a large share of blue ribbons.
Mr. Turner is already Lon the fair
grounds with his cattle, having carried
them to Columbia last week.
President King, Farmer's Bank,
Brooklyn. Mich., has used DeWitt's
Little Early Risers in his family for
years. Says they are the best. These
famous little pills cure constipation,
billiousness and all liver and bowel
troubles. McMaster Co.
-It was announced some time ago
through these columns that Bishop
Capers would visit St. John's Church,
Winnsboro, on November 8tb, bat
singthei he has changed his plans
k~w ---ad has postponed his visit until De
cember. The date of his visit has
not yet been set.
-Sunday was a red letter day in
the history of Aimwell Presbyterian
Church, at Ridgeway, for on that day (
the centennial of the establishment of C
the church was 'celebrated. The cele
bration began on Saturday and was
con on Sunday. Several minis
ne ghboring towns were in
and Rev. Mr. McLauch- 3
ter,. reached tjete
ter eating it was c
te I am well," writes S. -
t ]sington.Kas , of Kodol'
B--re.It digests what 3
Dy er Co-.t
rcanged on Sunday F
from summer heat to regular Novem- a
ber weather, and a cold northeast 1'
wind which blew all day made the -d
~ day most unpleasaxlt. The wind in- c
reasedin force and blew a gale all of b
Sunday night and brought rain with C
it which fell all day Monday. The b
rain was most welcome as the dust had I
become almost unbearable, and corn
ing at this time may insure good
weather for the fair. c
-Miss Agnes Chalmers, daughter 1
of Rev. John Chalmers, of Charlotte,
N. C., is very ill at her home in that ,
citv. The Charlotte Observer of E
Saturday stated th'v.t there had beenno a
change in her condition, and that Mr.
Chalmers would probably be prevented
ifrom attending the meeting of presby
tery iii~Liancaster this week. The
-news of the illness of his daughter
will be much regretted by Mr. Chal- I
mers' numerous friends here, and it (
is hoped that more encouraging news
will soon be received.
"When our boys were almost dead E
from whooping cough, our doctor i'
eOne Minute Cough Cure. Theya
recovered rapidly ," writes P'. B.
Belles, Argyle, Pa. IR cures coughs,
colds, grippe and all throat and Jung
troubles. McMaster Co.
-No defmite arrangements have 1
et been made about moving the tele-i
graph offce from its present location I
in the passenger depot but it is a
settled fact that it is to be moved.
-The new offce will probably be in the I
d postoffce or some room in that 1
atof town which will be central.
ere is some talk of having the ex
office moved further up town
but it is not yet known whether
is any foundation for it. It
.1 be a newthing for Winboro to
have the telegraph offce elsewhere
than in the ticket offce of the passen
-- ger depot, these offices having always
been together and Mr. J. H. Skinner
--has been day operator for many years.
Discovered by a Womnan.
Another great discovery ha~s been
made, and that too, by a ]ady in th:s
country. "Disease fastened its clutches
upon her and for seven :.ears she
withstood its severest tests, but her
vital organs were undermined and
destb& seemedl imminent. For three
months she coughed incessantly, and
could not sleep., She finally discovered
a way to recovery, by purchasing of
us a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, and was so
much relieved o'n taking first dose, that
she slept all night; and with two bot
tles, hus been absolutely csted. Her
- name is M s. Luther Lutzt "Thus
write. W. C. Hammick & 'Co., of
Sheiby, N. '. ,Trial bottles free at
-McMasters Co.'s drug store. Regular I
size 50c and $1.00. Every bottle
guaranteed___ __ 4
-Dr. DavidAi'keni visited Dr. Press-I
iriRoctHil dlst week.
Mother when yr children are at
tacked- the dreadful croup, you
need not despair; Dr. Buls Coug
Syrup will relieve and cure themat
once. Youcan always depend onthis
marvelous remedy; it always cures.
Will cure Croup without fail
Doses are sman and pleasant to take. Doctors
recommend it. Pricc 25 cts At andruggists.
-This evening will be All Ea!
loween and will be celebrated by
young people in almost every land.
All Hallows is the same as All SoUls
or All Saints, and is a day which has
been set apart for ages in commemora
tlon of those who have departed this
life. November 1st is the day appoint
ed as All Souls and is observed in
the Rouman Catholic and Episcopal
churches, services being held on that
day. In New Orleans the cemeterier
on All Souls' day are fille th pec
pie who carry flowers to 4Aron !be
graves of their dead. 1f.... n old
custom to celebrate the to5 or All
Hallows with games and rry-mak
hg. There are many queer supersti
tions connected with All Halloween.
Bui the AThe Kid You Have Always Bougbt
THE WATER SUPPLY.-The follow
agis the report of the policeman on
lie water supply measurements taken
n Monday morning:
Cisterns. Capacity. ft. in.
ourt-honse...... 17 12 8
Depot............16 7 85
lliott's ...... .11 3 9 1
eil's ... ... ....17 7 156
:iller's........... 8 8 0
.illips',.......11 5 5 11
uammings'.......17 8 16 11
o1lege...... ...15 3 12 11
triart's...........16 6 15 7 '
COMING AND GNOlG
Mr. A. S. Douglass returned Satur
ay from Newberry.
Miss Bessie Russell, of New York,
v7isiting Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Bryson.
Millions of dollars, is the value
laced by Mrs. Mary Bird, Harrisburg, c
a., on the life of her child, which
e saved from croup by the use of cl
)ne Minute Cough Cure. It cures all C
Dghs, colds and throat and lung ti
>bles. McMaster Co.
AN AGED LADY DEAD. 16
Mrs. -M. M. Watsn died yesterday
orning at the home of her grand
athe Mess. Nihe
icholson and Mrs.B'
nd hav ware>of th
St- ay, a as Leen 94 t
itellect, her au-narity with 4he
b'es and her strong faith. She re- 9
ned her powers of mind to the last.
ev. H. C. Buchholz, Mrs. Nicholson,e
rs. Boulware, and Miss Miie-o
're went down to Woodward yester- 2
y morning. Funeral services were s
fdlctd by Mr. Bachnolz, assisted 5
Rev. J. H. Yarborough, in Concord
~metery, where the remains wcre t
uried yesterday afternoon.-ChesterI
,antern, Oct. 28. -
He Fooled She Surgeons. 1
All doctors told Renick 211fnilton, I
fWest Jefferson, 0., after sufferin~g ~
months from Rectal Fistula, .he I
>uld die unless a costly operation I
ras performed; but he cured himself
rith five boxes of Bunklen's Armica I
e, the surest Pile care on Earth, t
nd the best Salve in the World. 25 t
ents a box. Sold by McMaster Co., C
.he month of November will be
oted for storms over the Atlantic
)ean and seamen should be prepared
r them. 1st to 5th, cold wave and x
eavy storms over the West Gulf ~
tates, and snow over the Mississippi
ralley and westward; 6th to 8th, pleas- r
.nt; 9th to 10th, severe storms over I
e Mddle Atlantic and West Gulf '
tates, with dangerous gales and snow
n the Great Lakes; 1Ith to 13th, t
ay rains over the lower Mississippi g
Talley, with cold wave in the north; I
4th to 18th, fair, followved by a storm C
nd high winds on the Great Lakes; e
9tb to 22nd, storms over the East At- e
antic States, and dangeaous gales for I
oating; 23rd, pleasant ; 24th to 26th,
eavy storms of cold winds, rain and
now, followed by remarkably cold
jeather until the 30th.
For Over Fifty Years.
Ms. WISLOW's SOOTHING SYnR*
ias been used for over fifty years by I
nillions of mothers for their children
hile teething, with perfect success.t
t soothes the child, softens the gums,e
ellays all pain, cures wind colic, andi
sthe best remedy for diarrhoea. It
will relieve the poor little sufferer
nmmedtely. Sold by druggists in
every part of the world. Twenty five
ent a bottle. Be sure and ask for <
'Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,"1
d rake no other kind. 1-1-17
A Good suggestion.
Te Yorhville Enquirer has pub
ished several articles recently nyani
the subject of the Kiing's Mountain
battiefied and i: urging the people to
get possession of the title to the battle
field. In the last article upon the au;:
ject a plan is suggested to convert the
battlefield into a nationa park, and iitj
is proposedthat the Daughters of the
American Revolution, quite a power-!
ful organization, make an application
to Congress for an appropri'ltion. If
no such steps are taken the historic
ground will in all probability pass I
int th posseion of people who
wnuld have no sentiment about th
p!ce, instead of being set apart as th
piice where a very important battl
of the Revolution was fought. Thi
D. A. R. in all parts of the countri
have done a great deal towards pro
tecting bistoric placps from those whi
have no sentiment about such thingi
and it they take this matter in hani
wil probably succeed in carrying on
ce of the plans.
"If you scour the world you wil
.imver find a remedy equal to On
route Cough Cure," says Edito
P%. ,kler, of the Micanopy, Fla.
"tiustler." It cured his family o
LaGrippe and saves thousands fron
pneumonia, bronchitis, croup and al
4! cat and lung troubles. McMastei
The farmers have had lovely weathei
fr r gathering their crops. Cottot
picking is about over; the yield i
soLe better than was at first expected,
T:is, together with the advanced price!
tender to encourage them somewhat,
but we hope not enough to cause them
to increase the cotton acreage next
spring. The general depression last
f ! , caused by four and five-cent cot
.hould have taaght the farmers a
csson not soon to be forgotten.
.1s. L. M. Blair has just returned
'rov. a visit to her parents in Laurens
.%I!- Bessie Blair, of Unlon, is visit
g 'atives in this community.
Lever, after spending awhile
in her mother, left a few days ago
or her home in Richland County.
Miss Carrie Lyles has returned home
,fter an extended visit to relatives at
lockton and Horeb.
Who of our readers intend watching
or the grand meteoric display pre
icted for the ight of November 14th?
ihat a solemnly grand yet awe-in
piring scene it would be.
This neighborhood will be very well
epresented at the State Fair, and we
Lope to see old Fairfield carry off the
ounty exhibit prize.
Success to THE NEWS AND HERALD.
October 27, '99. R.
Eat plenty, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
'ill digest what you eat. It cures all
yrms of dyspepsia and stomach trou
les. E. R. Gamble, Vernon, Texas,
tys, "It relieved me from the start
d cured me. It is now my everlast
g friend." McMaster Co.
A MONUMENT TO COL. MEANS.
Mr. Editor: I have seen two or three
mmunications in your paper advo
ting the erection of a monument to
01. John H. Means to commemorate
e valor and heroism of that gallant
ldier. The regiment to which I be
nged was under Col. Means' comn
and. Those under his command re
sed implicit confidence in the purity.
his moti ,,s and his h'
rao 4 y '
. . - ndedU -..
ect and admniration of his associates
id subordinates in the great conflict
tween the states.
it is a duty incumbered upon the
iizens of our county and State to
eLt a suitable monument over the
~.ve of this noble man, who was once
o~f executive of our State, and sub
Kluently a distinguished Confederate
Some of fyour correspondents have
ggested the advisability of erecting
e monument in Salem churchyard.
do not agree with them. I think it
culd be erected over his grave in
e oldifamily burying-ground, in the
ackhead community. The family
ariatground, as many of your readers
c aware, is on the main Columbia
ad. If the monument should be
laced in Salem churchyard some of
e soldiers from other counties might
ass there, and seeing the monument,
iy would perhaps take it for granted
bat there reposes the remains of their
iice beloved commander. I think it
bould be placed ever his grave so what
ere would not be any mistake about
e place of his burial. I trust that
bis agitation will not cease until there
a beautiful granite shaft erected to
ymmemorate the nobility of that goo.
ian, whom to know was to love.
South Carolina has produced many
oble men, whose names and fame
re the piide [of our people, but the
alor, courage and nobility of none of~
em deserve more .consideration and,
everence than does that of Col. John
. Means. I believe that all the old
>diers who were under his comn
atand would willingly and gladly con
-bute something toward perpetuating
be fam~e of this good man. I say this
ood man, which sounds like he is yet
[ving. Yes he still lives in the hearts
hi countrymen and he will con
inue to so live as long as mankind
her ishes those characteristics which
>nstitute nobility. Hoping to soon
ear from some one else on this duty
at now devolves upon us I am,
Thomas A. Crowder.
Feastervilie, Oct 27, '99.
The "Plow Boy Preacher," Rev. J.
irkman, Belle Rive, Ill., says,
'Afer suffering from Bronchial or
mg trouble for ten years, I was cured
'v One Minute Cough Cure. It is all
hat is claimed for it and more." It
ure coughs, colde, grippe and all
r,at. and lung troubles. McMaster
-Misi Horne, an experienced up-to
late milliner, has taken charge of Mrs.
"ng's miliinery department this sea
wn and will be pleased to serve you in
ba line. Sa'istactionl guaranteed.
J. 0. Boag.
- Th~ Kiad You lave Always Bought
A FINE PLANTATION AT
For termns, address
pg pf FAJER D 18E0HA1IC EA1K
Columbia, S. C.
e PRESTNRION, Ageni
SPylg FIRE INSURAEE COMAY
Of NEW YOU,
. Solicits a suare of the public patron
WE HAVE A
carof FINE SEED
W-EAT, which we
will sell cheap for
cash or on liberal
terms. All farmers
should s o w some
K, W, DOTY & CO,
HOMES MADE COM
$1.00 to $1150.
40c. to 50c.
Harperi Fly Traps,
J. V. SEIGLER.
A FUJLL LINE OF
to our already c ~plete stock,
we are prepared to ,furnish
anything in this line you may
need, and cheap, but the very
Call and examine our stock
before making a purchase.
DON'T FORFET US.
oziss g st ro ht -tr l
bsrOoen ly norn.shi
nes.hat i suffering reall ofth
menoraysse of tCedHitl
wei b~ansh is. Thi ma edicinepa
lyi and prmbte anent kotey
snateingso phratent y b ec
tinua bexpesyoe and happi- Th
ne Yet thuis becming heali
thisl clansh It sts Sfrmdacne
cur alvice isases" cquiin
Thnatanoogh tamedn a eo
toaben cver hose There ishnot con-ir
sand er1 uredn. tyscrd
Winct of ruibecomngth
leling reowd for allparoes oan
ades Ad eios dishares.,
Addess Liebanoga MiCine o
IN FALL GOOD
Millinery, Shoes and Clotl:
can do best for yourself. V
you in quality and price. V
cheap and we sell cheap.
Money" is our motto.
Your special attentioi
Dress Goods. We have a
also in Silks for Waists and
We have the most N
Flannels, Underwear, Hosie
Our millinery room is I
We have a large slock of al
will please you.
One of our greatest del
shoe stock in the county. It
shoes of any kind to give us
We have a great attracti
ter. Gvods that sell at one
cents and up. Many things
It will pay you to trade with
The Caidwell Dr
I AM NO'
TO MEET THE DEMY
COMMUNITY IN C
Consisting in ni
.irn1inense stoci (se
You will notbure
u what to do.
The very people who he
the ones these opportunittes
COME AND E
Goods shown with pleas
ref unded. Polite attention i
I have them at 5c. p
IAlso a full line of most d
licious Crackers and Cake
embracing all varieties.
Crackers, Banquet Wafei
Salted Banquets,Butter Thir
Cakes, Pineapple, Ras
berry and Strawberry San
wiches - Brighton, Winds
Lemons, Vanilla and Gi
Try them and be cc
vinced. They are the BES
GIVE ME A CALL.
J. S. McCarley
Dealer in Fancy Grocer
and Baker's Bread.
A FREE PATTERN
A LADIES' MAGAZINE.
; NOW READY FOR
NEED IN DEY GOODS
ing, you want to buy where you
Je believe we can do the best for
Te buy in large quantities; we buy
'The Best Goods for the Least
i is called to our fine stock of
1 the new novelties in Patterns;
-aried stock of Domestic Goods,
-, Gloves, Corsets, etc.
>articularly attractive this season
new styles, and fine work that
artments is the most complete
will pay you when in need of
on this season in a cheap coun
:ent, two cents, three cents, four
here that are wonderfully cheap.
s. Try it.
y Goods aompany.
NDS OF A HARD-UP
FFERING SOME OF
VALUES IN FALL
ow muc yo a et for so litt1e
to buy, your judgment will tell
r;.. 1ineof-'Uiesties at the
very lowest possible'
ye the least money to spend are
mean the inost to.
ure. Goods exchanged or money
Q. D. WILLIFORD.
***We H ave.*+
Irish Potatoes and
er Onions for the
, Rye, Crimson Clo
s.ver, Turnip and
s.Morgan's and Chil
T. larine Chill Tonic.
of the United States.
. The management of the
Equit able Life Assurance Societ~
in this territy is desirous of secnrh
ing theservice of a man of charh
interest wit innsboro hsba
quarters. The right man will be
S* tnorcaghly educated in the sciene
of life insurance and the art c
successful soliciting. 'there is n..
business or profession nlot re
quiring capital which is more re
~o:neted with energ and abl
-..A- e'~f'' FO9
WATCH an 25 CTM
WRITE IMMEDIATELY WER
TIia G UIRI OIIL
NO FANCY PRICES!
Do not compare chep
goods at high prices
High grade gods at
I. Brandt's goods are high grad ia
quality and cheap in price.
THE REAL THING
in Watches and Jwelry is what yoa
want, and -yt should go to
ft BRANDT, Chester, S. Cot
Tri-Weekl*, P8 a Year in Aiwiwe
Weekly, $1.50 a Teuar~ Advane
A LET1UB H3EAB1
and verthing Is job Uas dess
u a obesply as saywhere e*53
Every penny epes.
home is kept at h
IN ALL ITS
with a fuln stock ii
..a .. rA hears