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Saturday, January 13, - 1900
-Services will be held in the Methc
dist Church on Sunday night at 7.30
-Mr. J.ike Deitch, who has been
merchandising at Edgefleld for several
years past, has moved to Winnsboro.
-Rev. R. P. Walker will preach to
morrow at Lebanon Presbyterian
Church at 11 a. in., and at Salem
Church at 3 p. m. of the same day.
J. B. Clark, Peoria, Ill., says:
"Surgeons wanted to operate on me
for piles, but I cured them with De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve." It is in
failible for piles and skin diseases. Be
ware of counterfeits. McMaster Co.
-Prof. Carl Stanley Matthews, of
Winnsboro,, spent Sunday in Aiken.
He has accepted charge of a school at
Parksville, S. C.-Aiken cor. to the
-Colonel Marshall has prepared a
bill which prohibits the employment
of children under 12 yea old
from working in factories and mines,
and providing for an inspector to see
that the law is carried out.
"I was nearly dead with dyspepsia.
tried ioctoii, visited mineral springs,
and grew worse. I used Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure. That cured me." It
digests what you eat. Cares indiges
tion, sour stomach, heartburn and all
forms of dyspepsia. McMaster Co.
-A large number of new cottages
are now in course of construction at
the cotton mill. These additional
houses will be needed when the ca
pacity of the mill is doubled, and the
- number of operatives will necessarily
be greatly incresed.,
--Mr. S. C. Till has left Rockton
and is now spending a few days with
relatives and friends in Orangeburg.
From Orangeburg Mr. Till will go to
Trenton, S. C., where he will continue
in the merchandising business. His
friends regret that he has decided to
Mrs. R. Churchill, Berlin, Vt., says:
"Our baby was coverei with run
nina sores. DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salva cured her." A specide for piles
aua =kin diseases. Beware of worth
leas counterfeits. McMaster Co.
-Sheriff -athcart and Mr. F. H.
Hyatt came up on Wednesday evening
for the men arrested here. Mr. Hyatt
identified many of the things found as
his. The man who was reported as
missing was caught Wednesday night
at Dave -Ha)l's house, about a mile and
a half east of town.
-A meeeting of the members of
Mr Zion Society was held on Friday
-morning. The meeting was calledfor
the purpose of having a bill presented
to the legislature providing for an
lection of trustees for Mt Zin In
tie,. At this meetin cr
the sys with a bad cough. For
such D.John W.B30'uCn Sru
is recommended. Thswon
remedy gives relief ato
conquers the worst ogho
and soon effeets a teorough cure.
Cures Grip?e and Influenza.
Doses are smau an plegesattote. Deetss
t ecommend it. Price a~ Ct,. MAt s dr.
-The iotice the marriaee of Miss
Gertrude Isabel Brackett to Mr. Albert
Brackett Fitzgerald, of Princess Ann,
Maryland, appears in the News and
Courier of Wednesday. The wedding
took place in the Second Presbyterian
Church, in Charlesten, on Wednesday,
January 3rd. Rev. G. R. Brackett,
D. D., performed the ceremony. This
marriage will interest many of our
readers, who will remember very
pleasantly the time when the Bracketts
made their home in Winnsboro, Rev.
Dr. Brackett having been for several
years pastor of the Presbyterian Church
Miss Annie E. Gunning, Tyre, Mich.,
says: "I suffered a long time from
dyspepsia; leat flesh and became very
weak. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure com
pletely cured me." It digests what
you eat and cures all forms of stomach
trouble. It never fails to give imme
diate relief in the worst cases. Mc
-It will be remembered that Capt.
Shell had, at the time of his death, jast
entered upon his. duties as census
supervisor, and there seems to be some
complication about the compensation
due Capt. Shell. The Washington
correspondent of the News and Courier
says that Senator Tillman will delay
the confirmation of the appointment of
Rev. A. J. S. Thomas, who is to suc
ceed Capt. Shell, until Mrs. Shell re
ceives the compensation due her late
husband. At the time of Capt. Shell's
death an effort was made to have Mrs.
Shell appointed in the place of her
husband but it was not successfsl.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers purify
the blood, clean the liter, invigorate
the system. Famous little pills for
onstipation and liver troubles. Mc
-A recent issue of the Baptist Cou
ier contains a letter from Rev.3. L.
Freeman, of the Winnsboro and Ridge
way churches. He expressed himself
as being greatly pleased with his work
n these two places and Is very grateful
for the kindness that has been showa
im and his family. .His work, Mr.
Freeman writes, is going on nicely and
e feels much encouraged about It. To
~th of his congregations a numberof
ait have been made since he
crg. On Christmas heirWs
nt of- many nice presents
eand he ismesana
COMING aD oltea.
Mrs. M. A. Moore arrived on W
nesday evening from Union.
Miss Julia Fripp has r d-rm
a visit to enHill.
Dr. T. C. Dowling has returne
after a few days' visit at his home,
Swansea, 8. C.
Mrs. M. M. Blumenthal, of Corpus
Christie, Texas, is visiting at Mrs!
J. D. McCarley's.
Mr. Joe Douglass, of Washington,
D. C., is at home on a visit to his
parents at Albion.
Mr. J. B. Mackorell paid a visit to
Blackstock, his old home, the past
Miss Frances Vanderhorst leaves to
day for Charleston after spending
several weeks with relatives here.
Mr. Samuel Long and his sister, Miss
Ida, of this place, have returned from
a pleasant visit to relatives and friends
in the Fork and Fairfield County.
For Over Fifty Years.
MES. WInsrow's SOOTHING SYRUP
has been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best, remedy for diarrhoea. it
will relieve the poor little sufferer
immediately. Sold by druggists in
evei y part of the world. Twenty-five
cent- a bottle. Be sure and ask for
"Mr.. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,"
and aske no other kind. 1.1-17
Death of Mrs. Williams.
Special to The State.
Camden, Jan. 9.-Mrs. S. A. Wil
liams died yesterday at the home of
her son, Mr. Robert Williams of West
Wateree. Deceased was the mother
of Sheriff R. B. Williams. She was
81 years old. The interment took
place to-day at Zion church, Fairleld
ea, Thio UHa Alwys
COLLISION AT CHETEE.
Freight and Material Train emash To.
Chester, Jan. 10.-This evening
about 6 o'clock a northbound freight
on the Southern railway collided with
a shifting material train just below
the bend, coming into the railroad
yard, about one mile from the station.
A large force of hands was on the
material train, and it is a wonder that
all escaped injury.
Several fiat cars weie torn into frag
ments and the engine et the freight
train was badly torn np. The wreck
lies fully 100 yards along the track,
and the northboufid passenger will
hardly get by before early morning.
It is impossible at this time to place
the blame. The material train wa(
backing at a swift pace and the~
ductor was perched on the brak
the flat carsheading towards
coming 'n He was throw
reitee -above t