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Tuesday, Februazy 6, - 1900
LOCAL B rsa.
-.4oney to loan. See advertise
-A fine lot of mules for sale by
M. W. Doty Is Co. Read their ad
-Mr. W. N. Flenniken of our town
gave a check for $10,000 for a lot of
cotton a few days past.
-No land was sold on Monday.
Some personal property was sold
under chattel mortgagee, &c.
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is un
eqaalled for pilei. injuries and skin
diseases. It is the original Witch
Hazel Salve. Beware of all counter
feits. McMaster Co.
-On account of the irregularity of
the regular trains local trains are
being ran by the Southern Railyway.
The locals carry passengers and bag
gage but no mail or express.
--News reached Winnsboro on Mon
day that Mr. C. S. Brlce, Sr., of
Albion, was exceedingly ili. His
friends * ronghout the county will
deeply . gret to hear this, and wili
hope to ' ar better news of him in a
W. S. Philpot, Albany, Ga., says:
"DeW itt's Little Early Risers did me
more good than any pills I ever took."
The famous little pills for constipation,
biliousness and liver and bowel tron
bles. McMaster Co.
-The bicyclists in town are com
plaining of the great amount of broken
glass on the streets. This endangers
the tires of the wheels and as bicycles
are taxed the owners have a right to
be protected by law. It is suggested
that the council pass an ordinance to
meet the case.
- Mr. D. M. Mobley, of Blackrtock,
will leave that place this week to ac
cept a position with Messrs. Aiken &
Dunlap, of Chester, to sell heavy gro
ceries on the road. Mr. Mobley has
been with Messrs. A. Macdonald &
Co., of Blacketock, for seven years,
and leaves them new because they con
template some change in their busi
ness. Mr. Mobley's friends ?ish h;m
every success in his new pesitdn.
"I had dyspepsia for years. No
medicine was so effective as Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure. It gave immediate
relief. Two bottles produced marvel.
one results," writes L. H. Warren,
Albazr , Wis. It digests what yon eat
and cannot fail to cure McMaster Co.
-The Diocese, the organ of the
Episcopal Church in South Carolina
ends the year of its renewed existen
with the February number and cele
brates that event by changing its to
for the better, by enlarging its bor
dersa, and, we trust, strengthening its
* stakes. An increasea of one-third in
size with no increase in price is a good
step for ward. May its progress eve
be onward and its patronage upwar
Kind v~ aw o
Sorel paininthe chest and
BiO bra* , the fore-runners
pneumonia, are quickly relieved an
cured by the old reliable Dr. John W
Balls ugh yrup. It breaks up
coldin onenit. Try it at onee r
Will quickly heal Sore Lungs
Doses are small and pleasant to take. r
recommend it. Price 25 cts. At all drug.
WHO KNOWs HIM?
Postmaster Rion has hanced us the
foi;owing for publication:
Middleburg, Pa., Jan. 28, O.
Dear Sir-Would you be kin enough
to make inquiry about a n by the
name of James Williams. ould any
of his friends live near th a tell them
to write to me; it may to their in
terest. James Williaw is a man of
about 50 years of age and was a sol
dier in the war of l' L-66. Address,
Mrs. sie E. Specht,
Middlebur Snyder Co., Pa.
That Thr ing Headacho
Would quick leave you, if you
naed Dr. Kia - ew Life Pills. Thou
sands of snl rers have proved their
matchless r it for Sick and Nervous
Headaches They make pure blood
and stronr nerves and build up your
health. ,3 to take. Try them.
Only 25 nts. Money back if not
cred. Id by Mcdaster Co., drug
RM. JANE BERBON DEAD.
Mre. Jane Herron died at the home
of Mr' W. J. Elliott, near Columbia,
on Friday night. She bad the grip,
which developed into pneumonia.
Mrs. Herren was the widow of the
late Rotert Herron and was 74 years
of age at the time of her death. Fane
ral cerv;ces were held at Mr. Ellio:t's
o:: Satuiday night by Revs. Knox and
John O. Wilson, and the body brought
to Adge,' on Sunday and buried in
Reck Chirch cemetery by the ride of
h.. ud. She leaves one son, Mr.
and two grandchildren.
ailed to cure me of
e Minute Cough
of it cured me
n earth for
sweari by his horsemanship and stl
envs his expertness in profanity.
-TirOctober, 1897, be was promote,
to the rank of Lf.st lieutenant for bray
and meritoriooe services. Some yee
nrevic.ns to this he had met one of th
wealthiest and handsomest young
women of Grand Rapids, then on
visit to friends at Fort Leavenwortb
The brave, gallant, polished genil
man soon won the heart of the Gra
Rapids girl, and on October 14, 1885
they were married in this city. It R
a grand wedding, Rt. Rev. George D
Gillespie, bishop of western Michigai
Soon afterwards Lient. Blake re
signed his commission, and went in
businees here with money furnisbeu
by his bride. Two sons were born '
them, and for a time all went weal.
But the attempt to make a soldier ov
into a shop keeper failed in this as i;
many oti.er notable instances. The
soldier was r'..kless with money ;aw
with other things, and his business
went to the dogs.
Dissen ion crept into the family,
and in 1894 Col. Blake left for Soni
Africa, it tieiag understood he wouk:
After a p:oper time his wife, who
still liyes here with her children, sc
cured a divorce on the ground of de
Brave and polished, yet a man popu
lar socially witb all classes, and ab'.
to give and take and laugh at a joke
on himse'i as well as another. Blakc
is an ideal leader for a regiment or
11 is friends in this city heard from
hin frequently up to the time of th!
out5.,rrak of the Transvaal war, bu1
eirc 'hen no letter or news hai
bm, received from him except as ti
has been1mentioced in the dispatches.
A Nlight of Terror.
"Awful anxieg was felt for the
widow of the t>rave General Burnham,
of Machias, 'Me., when the doctors
said she could not live till morning,"
writes Mrs. S. H. Lincoln, who attend
ed her that fearful night. "All thongbr
she must soon vie from Pneumonia
but she begged for Dr. King's Ne ;
Discovery, saying it had more tha'
or.ce saved hcer li:e, and had cured her
01 Consumption. After three email
doses she Flept easily all night, and iti
further use completely cured her "'
This marvelous medicine is guarantee.a
to care all Throat, Chest and Lure s
Diseases. Only 50c. and $1.00. Trid
bottles free at McMaster Co.'s drn;.,
-Subscribe for T E NEws AND
J Tat n hlrn
PRESTON RION, Agent
SPAnTFC FiE IJSUANCE CO1Pf
r OYEW YOBI
I ts a sare of the public patron
9- 6 ly
TRAYED FROM MY JOME ON
Friday, January 26, one Mouse
ored Greyhound, answers to the
'uu of Dell. If taken up or deliy
" Sf14 able reward w?l be paid.
2 t f3x2 W. H. FLENXIKEN.
A SUPPLY OF
Rose, Beauty of
ur ban ks
Seed irish Pota
toes. Onions for
'cMaster Ci .ply
LI Inhr te Pubic
TUIAT WE HAVE MOVED
.ur stock of General Meretian
aisp end opened in
hank our old customers
favors and hope
POR CA35H BUYER45.
Ulie are not bunting Crebit trabe, bnt
for those who have the monet
to bur with we will name prices
that are as low as the same
can be bought in the state.
Every one who is up with the times knows there has
been a great advance in Cotton Goods and Domestics of all
kinds. We have many goods of this class at old prices.
We offer a bargain in a few patterns:
Dress Goeds at cost to close out; and all Win
ter Dress Goods at cut prices. Bargain in a
lot of Ladies' Fine Shoes; small sizes worth
$2.50 and $3.oo; price now at $1.50.
We have many goods priced now lower than the factory
price. These are bargains for you.
Come to see us.
The Caidwell Dry Goods Company
Is always well to have an
extra pair. If you think you
can't afford it,suppose you r
flect that it costs you no more,
for when the work-a-day
shoes are worn out the extras
fall into their place and the
ew pair is kept for drcu.
i MI ' Al ~choice tydro
of style and we will satisfy your own taste atSEE
that you~ thoenefit of all our * yo***uy
' in off sthat-e
Nothing we pride ourselves on
FIE WATCH WOE
to our cur'mners.
We are edmittedly ahesd of all
p'etito;s in ibis department; thus
may ha-e abs'lute certainty of ob
ing accurate time when your t
piece is re;).ired by us.
-f our watch work that we g
rume to give entire satixfaction for
me!.tis. and prepay express
both ways should the watch fail to
vel1 durir,g tiis specified time.
Write to as for farther infor
The Watchmaker a
'Ihe Easy Ru