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JOCAL INTELLIGENCE1
Tuesday, November 7, - 1899
LOCAL BRIEFS.
-Read trespass notice elsewhere.
-Go to F. E. Propst for oatmeal a2
10 cents a package.-adv.
-Received, new line of Golf Hats
and Tam O'shantas.
Mrs. McCarley.
-Mr. John G. Mohley left here on
Saturday with a lot of his fine cattle
to exhibit at the State fair. That Mr.
Mobley will carry off several of the
prizes is what everyone expects.
"I wouldn't be without DeW!tt's
Witch Hazel Salve for any considera
tion," writes Thes. B. Rhodes, Center
field, 0. Infallible for piles, cuts,
bnrus and skin diseases. Beware of
counterfeits. -McMaster Co.
-Nunnally's candies, which hava a
wide reputation, may be bought of
John H. McMaster & Co. All
kinds of candies are in these packages
and all are the best. See their ad.
-inee the let ot November has
passed the sportsmen are enjoying the
hunting. The beautiful weather of
this season is conducive to long ram
bles, which the hunters have to take
before finding much game.
-A full stock of all kinds of furni
tare, sewing machines, organs, cook
stoves and heaters at
J. 0. Boag's.
LaGrippe, with its after effects, an
nually destroys thousands of people.
It may be quickly cured by One Min
ute Coigh Care, the only remedy that
produces immediate results in coughs,
colds, croup, bronchitis, pneumonia
and throat and lung troubles. It will
prevent consumption. McMaster Co.
- The first servies was held in the
Bartist Chapel on Sunday afternoon.
REv. Mr. Freeman conducted the ser
vice. It was an occasion of great
pleasure and gratification to the Bap
tist congregation and a number of
them were present at the opening
service.
-Washington Alston Thomas,
youngest son of Col. John Thomas,
d-ied at his home in Columbia last
week. He was a boy of much promise
and his death is a severe blow to his
family. Col. Thomas who is so will
known throughout the county and
Winnsboro has (the sympathy of many
friends in his trouble.
Geo. Noland, Rockland, 0., says:
"My wife had piles forty years. De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cured her.
It is the-bw.ifve in America." It
~em srythi and cures all skin
diseases. McM r Co. -
-Miss Laura Ruff, who is teacher
of elocution in the Bloomsburg, Pa.,
Normal College, is very much pleased
with her situation and it is needless to
sy the college family is charmed with
Miss Ruff. She has appeared in seve
ral recitals and was the recipient of
and many lowers. -Rock
-Saturday was the first real cold
day that we have had. The frost on
that morning was very heavy and
looked almost like snow. The tender
est and most succulent plants and
' suffered b - ' t
an d. The
temperat a ur ay was abcnt
forty degrees and the air was cold and
decidedly wintry.
Yon never know what form of blood
poison will follow eonstipation. Keep
the liver clean by using DeWitt's Lit
Ie Early Risers -and you will avoid
trouble. They are famous little pills
for constipation and liver and bowel
troubles. McMaster Co.
-The factory school opened on
Monday and a good number of pupils
was enrolled. -Miss Mattie Sitgreaves
was the successfu~l applicant for the
schcol, and under her good manage
ment the school will no doubt lourish.
She has had experience in teaching,
having had charge of sever al schools
in the county during the past few
years.
I-A collision occurred between two
freight trains at the freight .depot on
Monday morning. A.. train going
south went into the side. track, but
did not entirely clear the switch, and
a iborth bound train on the main track
ran into the sontnbound ,train, knock
ing a car off the track and injuring it
considerably. The running engine
was badly damaged.
"I had dyspepsia fifty-seven years
and neyer found permanent relief till
I1 used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Now I
am wel and feel like a new man,"
writes S. J. Fleming, Murray, Neb.
It is the 'oeit digestant known. Cures
all forms of indigestion. Physicians
everywhere prescribe it. McMaster Co.
-The Halselville correspondenit of
thm.Chester Lantern gives an account
- e a wonderful pnmpkin vine grown
by Mr. T. C. Dye, of W olling, in this
county. The writer says that the
vine will cover about 400 senarc feet,
and has fifty pumpkins on it now,
and he has already gathered six ripe
ones. The pumpkins vary in :size,
he says, from a water bucket to a
gallen can. Such a successful grower
of pumpkins should be near a New
Eu~gland market where his fine pump
kins wonld be greatly appreciated by
the people, especially near Thanks
giving Day.
-Just received I A handsome line
of open and top buggies at
J. 0. Boag's.
for Over Fifty Years.
Mits. WINSL1OW's SOOTBING SYRUP
-hqe been used for over fifty years by
mnilins of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the gutns.
allays a'l pain, cures wind colic, and
is de- best remedy for diarrhoea 1it
will relieve the poor little sufferer
immediately. Sold by druggists in
every part of the world. Twenty five
cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
"Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,"
and take no other kind. 1-1-17
Sore Throat
rethroatandconstanitcolghingi
acate of the broncdal
bewich merVeloqpinto~perIsy
infiamm t 1unga. D t
it but 0 1W. Bull's
SyUp tah Cured.
GOUCH SYRUP
C)ses Hoarseness and Sore Throat.
Dos s are smal and pleasant to take. Doctors
recogend it. rice 25 cts. Ataudruggists.
LACKSTOCK TELEPHONE.
A 4ommission has been issued by
the ecretary of State to the Back
stock Telephone Company. Mesers.
A. Mc, onald, Wm. McKinnell and
John ell are named as corporators.
Mr. ell was in the city Wednesday
looking after right of way and con
nection with the Chester exchange.
Too las obstacles in the way of the
work wlere removed, and now the
work w 11 be pushed to completion.
Part of he poles han been hauled
and the boles have becn ung up to tie
seven-mii post. While we have heard
no menti n of it, we suppose the poles
now in us from the Chester exchange
to Old Pa ity will be used, leavinig a
gap of lea than five miles.-Chester
Lantern.
C T=T O R .A.
Be= th h Kn You Have Always Bei.giN
DEATH O MARION McDONALD.
After weekstof suffering little Marion,
son of Mr. add Mrs. J. E. McDonald,
entered into VIife eternal at 12 o'clock
Saturday nigh . The little fellow was
taken sick ab ut .six weeks ago arid
has been despe ately ill from the first,
although at on time he rallied and it
was thought t -At he might recover.
He was six y ars of age and was a
sweet, lovable c ild. To the bereaved
parents we ext nd our sincere sym
pathy.
The funeral t ok place on Sunday
afternoon at 4 o'clock a, the A. R. P.
Charcb, Rev. CG E. McDonald con
dcting the rervicIs. The pall-bearers
were: E. P. Matt. ews, L. E. Owens,
C. K. Douglass, A. W. Brown, T. H.
etchin.
Dr. W. Wixon, Italy Hill, N. Y.,
says: "I heartily re ommend One Min
ate Cough Cure. It gave my wife im
mediate relief in suffocating asthma."
Pleasant to take.\ Never fails to
qickly cure all colighs, colds, throat
and lung troubles. cMaster Co
BOB MACEORELL SikOT FIVE TiMES.
A telephone mes ge from Black
tock to Mr. Jno. D). M~cCarley stated
hat Mr. R. J. Mackoil-ell, in the comn
mission business in - ncaster, went
into a stor~e owned by ,Mr. Blackman,.
presumably to colled~t a bill from
Blackman. It is supppsed that they
got into a dispute, and! ?lackman is
said to have made aber Mackorell
with an are handle, andithey got into
"holds"'lidMar cidfisik l~
getting the best of it, when Blaokman's
brother stepped up and shot Mackorell
ive times. Mackorell is serionsly
wounded. Mr. Mackorell lived in,
Blackstock a long, time, and at one
time stayEd in Winnisboro, where he
is well known. He has a wife and
three or four children. The Black
mans were arrested.
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you, if you
used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thou
sands of sufferers have proved their
matchless merit for S.ick and Nervous
Headches. They make pure blood
and strong nerves and build up your
health. Easy to take. Try them.l
Only 25 cents. Money back if not
ured. Sold by McM aster Co., drug
gists.
COINGAND GNO10
Mr. J. G. Mobley went to Columbia
Monday.
Dr. David Aiken'.has gone to Wash
ington, D. C.
- Mrs. G. A. White left on Monday
for Columbia.
Mrs. E. P. Wolfe is at bomne atfter a
viit to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Good ing,
of Macon, Gs.
Miss Jessie Jennings left on Mon
day for Columbia to take in the fes
tiviies of the week.
Mrs. 0. W. Buchanan and children
have returned to Sumter, after spend.
ing the summer here
Miss Susaie .Lumpkin has gone to the
far. From Columbia ahe will go to
Colleton on a visit to friends.
Misses Annie Belle Stewart, Lila
Brockington and Anna Beaty have
gone to Columbia for the fair.
Mrs. Russell and Mrs. Reese have
returned to New York, having been
called homel on account of illness in
the family.
Mrs. Samuel Ward and children
leave to-day for Savannah where they
will spend a while and from the~o
they will go to Florida for the winter.
Robbed the Grave.
A startling incident of which Mr
John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the
subject,_is narrated by him as follows:
"I was in a most dreadful condimon.
My skin was almost yellow, eyes
sunken, tongue coated, pain contin
ally in back and sides, n' appetite
gradnally growing weaker day oy day.
Three physiciaas had given me up.
Fortunately, a friend advised trying
'Electric Sitter:;' and to my great j~y
and surprise, the first bottle made a
decided~ improvement. I continued
their use for three weeks, and am now
a well msu. I know they waved my
life and robbed the grave of another
victim," No one should fail to try
them. Only 50 cents per bottle at
MMaine Co.M drn- stoe. 6
CLERK'S SALES.
In the case of American Freehold
Mortgage Co. vs. Wm. H. Ruff et al.,
310 acres were sold to W. D. Doug
lass, attorney, for $550.
In American Freehold Land Mort
gaue Co. vs. Wm. R. McCormick et I.,
350 acres were sold to J. E. McDonald,
attorney, for $540.
Fairfield Loan and Trust Co. vs.
A. Y. Milling et a!., 350 acres to plain
tiff for $315.
Sallie M. Douglass vs. L. H. Milling
et al., 200 acres to J. W. Hanahan,
att orney, for $605.
Peoples Bank vs. John Wood et al.,
57 acres for $150 to Ragsdale & Rags
dale.
DesPortes Exors. vs. Jno. S. M.
Robiuon, 2831 acres to R. W. Shand,
a! torney, for $650.
DesFortes Exora. vs. Win. R. Mc
Cormick et al., 50 acres to R. W.
Shand, attorney, for $215.
Chas. P. Wray vs. John Hudson,
70 acres to W. D. Douglass, attorney
for plaintiff, for $276
Thos. G. Patrick Ys. 0. S. McMoore,
I lot in Winnsboro-one-half acre--to
T. G. Patr ek for $105.
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible Burn,
Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's Ar
nic4 Salve, the best in the world, will
kill :he pain and promptly heal it.
Cure, Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers,
BaiI, Felons, Corns, all Skin Erup
B.st Pile cure on earth. Only
25 ets. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold
by McMaster Co., druggists.
A Daly Newspaper at Gaffney.
On account or the State Baptist Con
vtntion which meets at the enterpris
ing city of Gaffney on the 29th inst.,
Mansger Ed. 11. DeCamp has deter
mined to issue a daily edition of The
Ledger during the convention. These
daily editions wifl contain a complete
stenographical resume-of the preced
ing days doings in the convention,
sketches of prominent workers in the
Baptist Church of South Carolina, pen
drawings and pen pictures of Baptist
church buildings and Baptist institu.
lions, as well as a complete resume of
missionary and educational work being
done by the Baptists of this State, to
say nothing of the local and State and (
national news that will be published.
Manager DeCamp has had considera
b!e experience in the daily newspaper
field and is as well qualified to get out
a daily as he is a weekly, and these
who will take the daily edition of The
Ledger for this one week may rest
assured that they will get full value
for their money. The price for the
week will be only 15c and every Bap
tist in the State should have his or her
name enrolled for the week's output.
Send silver or two cent stamps to The
Ledaer, Gaffoey. S. C.
J. D. aThies, editoreOUn.
caster, N. ~H., says: "One Minute
Cough Cure is the best remedy for
roup I ever used." Immediately re
li~ves And cures coughs, colds, croup,
asthma, pneumonia, bronchitis, grippe
and all throat and lung troubles. It
prevenfe consumption. McMaster Co.
- DEATB OF MBS. nIASON.
Mrs. Sallie Mason, wife of Wash
ington N. Mason, died at her home in
Fairfield County Saturday night, the
4th inst., in her 69th year, after an ill
ness of several months, which she
bore with characteristic fortitude and
patience. Mrs. Mason was a woman
of a high type of character, a daughter
of Capt. Edward Andrews, who was
considered one among the best men
of his day, and an exemplary member
of the Baptist Church. Mrs. Mason
was a devoted wife and mother, and
it was indeed a pathetic scene tu it
ness the devotion of the husband and
children and their deep sorrow at her
sad taking away. Mr. Mason is a
great sufferer himself, having been
siflicted with that terrible disease,
cancer, for many years, and when he
was summoned to look for the last
time upon the face of her whom he so
dearly loved, and who had for so long
a time been his helpmneet and corn
fort, it seemed more than he couldI
be'r, and his friends feared that hej
would not be able to survive it, but
he rallied, and after some minutes
seemned to recover somnewat from the
shock, and hopes are entertained that
he may yet be spared for many days
to come.
Mrs. Mason leaves three children:
Mrs. Hattie Brooks, Rev. E. M. Mason
and Eber B. Mason. The funeral was
held at the home on Sunday afternoon
and her body laid to rest in the
Andrews family cemetery.
A Friend.
A Thousand Tongues
Could not express the rapture of:
Annie E. Springs, of 1125 Howard at.,
Philadelphia, Pa., when she found that
Dr. King's New Discovery tor Con-I
sumption had completely cured her of
a hacking cough that for many years
had made life a burden. All other
renuedies and doctors could give her
no help, but she sa'ys of this Royal
Cre-"it soon removed the pain in
my chest anid I can now sleep soundly,
oething .I can scarcely remember
doing before. I feel like sounding its
praises throughout the Universe." So
will every one who tries Dr. King's
Ne w Discovery for any trouble of the
Thrat, Chest or Lungs. Price 50c.
ad~ $1.00. Trial bottles free at Mc
Mseer Co.'s drug store; every bottle
gus:auteed.
LARGE, WHITE, BEARDLES
WHIEAT. Warranted sound. Pro
ducs more yoheat and straw than any
other variety.
Cai at W. C. Beaty's store.
I W. S. HALL,
I11-4 Mitford. S. C.
Children.
I o e Alwy s Bou
ears the
ture of
P STON RIONAger
PA MTC FE INSURAcE COpAY
I oEW YORK.
Solici~s a s?are of the public patror
9-26-y
TRESPASS NOTIw.
ALL4.ERSONS ARE HEREI
warned not to hunt, fish or trespass ii
My manner on the lands of the un
lersigued. The law will be strict.1
erdorcea against all violators of tbi
3otice.
T. P. YOUNGINER,
M. L. YOUNGINER,
B. M. WALLACE.
Wallaceville, S. C., Nov. 6, 1899.
11-8-1
FOR SALE.
A FINE PLANTATION AT
MONTICELLO.
'For terms, address
riER AD A ECHMICS BAN,
Columbia, S. C.
FINECANDYI
Ne have just received another
lot of
NUnnally's
hocolate Bon Bon.
Chocolate Marshinallow.
Umond Brittle.
Butter Scotch Bxittle.
n packages to suit everybody
Don't forget us.
FL ATER5
Xc0Ioi~ Ih tle Use of Fl.
-- General line of
HA RD WARE,
COAL SCUTTLES,
SHOVELS,
TONGS,
FIRE-DOGS,
PISTOLS,
CA RTRIDGES,
&c., &c., &c.
J. W. Seigler.
Shredded
Whole .
Wheat
Biscuits?
~delicious hiscuit made of
shredded wheat.
~reami of Wheat, Pearl Bar
ley, Sago, and Tapioca.
'ure Vermont Maple Syrup,
in pint bottles and gallon
tins.
Williamt' Pure Fruit Jams.
Also a fresh supply of Rai
sins, Currants, Citron,
etc., for fruit cake, at
Haben icht'S.
For Sale.
A TRACT OF 176 ACRES 01
D. M. Brotland bounde oby land
>f the estae of R. Q. Simonton, Stev
mson and others.
For terms apy t(oDULA.
11.17 Attomrneys, Winnaharo, S.*C
1t
7 IN FA
y
ilWHATEVER YOU NEED
aillinery, Shoes and Clothing, you
can do best for yourself. We ei
you in quality and price. We buy in
NhRf'"rA o.7n,1 . (,my In <
Your special attention is caibeb
Dress Goods. We have all the new
also in Silks for Waists and Trimming
We have the most varied stoc:
Flannels, Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves,
MILLINE
Our millinery room is particularly
We have a large stock of all new styl
will please you.
SHOE
One of our greatest departments
shoe stock in the county. It will pay
shoes of any kind to give us a call.
We have a great attraction this se;
ter. Gvods that sell at one cent, two
cents and up. Many things here that
It will pay you to trade with us. Try i
The Caldwell Dry Go
I AM NOW
TO MEET THE DEMANDS (
COMMUNITY IN OFFERI
THE GRANDEST VALU
AND WINTER GC
Consisting .in nice Dress Goods,
Triminrgs,'Notions,. Hats, Caps, -Shoe
Carpets, Mattings, Rugs,;Lap R ohb~1
The Low-Price Bannerwa e
my store.. -
Seei'
du l~ll ge bu
you what to do. ~
I have some matchless bar- A full hi
gains this season in nice ver
Overcoats.'
The very people who have the leaf
the ones these opportunittes mean the
COME AND BE C03
Goods shown with pleasure. Good
refunded. Polite attention to all.
Q. D. 3
REMEMBERM
++*We Have***
ELEGA
Irish Potatoes and
Onions for theli
table.I1Sbi
Rye, Crimson Clo
ver, Turnip and -POSI'
other seeds.
HOLDIN
Johnson's, Groves',~ ~
Morgan's and Chil
larine Chill Tonic. A om
enervisiC
!ing places
Ichier CostudeI
ISchool
_____ __ ICatalogu
10-12-1:
WE HAVE A Ds
car of FINE SEED IDige
W HEA T, which we
wvill sell cheap for- gee It
cash or on liberal. ~ npp
terms. All farmers. 1
should s o w some.: auoth
wheat.
IL W. DO0TY & CO.'A
wan
e can
Lrge quantiti
noveties in Patterns
, of Domestic Goods,
Corsets, etc.
RY
attractive this season
s, and fine work that
is the most complete
you when in need of
i@:t in a cheap coun
nts, three cents, four
are wonderfully cheap.
Is Copany*
fADY
)F A HARD-UP
NG SOME OF
ES IN FALL
)ODS.
especially in blacks,
, Clothii Blanm
ne of Domesties at the
Slowest possible
prices.
money to spend are
most to.
VINCED.
Sexchanged or money
[LLIFORD.
LTTE
[ERCIAL
~EGE.
aARLOTTE, N. C.
stablished 1891.).
APARTMNTS
IN PIEDMONT BUiLDING.
Rd t0lld 0180
[THE SOUTH.
IONS SECURED.
OF OUR STUDENTS ARE
REOIBLE POSITIONS.
for yong ladies under the
f the President and his
nen furnished suitable boaird
a~t $10 per month.
ts can Enter
at An1y Time.
under Christian Inienees.
I. MVER, PREsIDENT.
Odel
oepsia Cure
sts what you eat.
dallt thefoodanldaids
Instreg eig and recon'
the exhase digetv or
isthe latest ds diet
bnic. No oth
ach it in e..
eleves and permi t3cures
a, Indigestion, He thl.
e, Sour Stomach, as,
ace dalhe1,taCP,
d y 'C eW 4 co., C cago.
R BRARTS GOODS
Please Everybody.
Everyth ing U p-to-Date,
and PRICES, we know
are RIGHT.
R. BRANDT guarantees all of his
work and delivers to his trade sone of -
the FINEST WATCHWORK pro
mred in the Stet.
Give him Vp6 watch to repr tt
on want it to do well.
R. B ANDT,
ThJ
H~ESTER, 8. C.
NEWS *..
and
- eklw $8 a Y.ia (u'uk
eeky,51L50 a Yeut Adrams
BILL HEAM,
NOTE MA35
-LIENS,
MOET&A*Ub,
and everything ia ge6 Jim de
as oheaply as anywhere el.s
thoStato.
GIEISACXAJCI
very peamy speat'
home is cept at hesm
UNDERTAKING
IN ALL :ITR DEPARTMENrS,
with a full stock of Caskets, Bartal
Caes and Coffin, constantly on hand,
ad use of hearse when requested.
Thankfal for past patronage ad alief
tation for a share in the future, in the
old stand
Calls attended to at all hears.
THE ETJI@TT IN 5WF
J . U LLITE h.
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