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LOj AL fNTELL IGENCE
Friday,. January 4, - 1901
All subscribers of THE NEwS AND
HERALD are hereby notified that all
subacriptions due previous to January
1st, 1901, are now due to the former
proprietors, Douglass & Williams,
;ho are ready for same to be settled.
A'. subscribers who have paid in
advance will continue to receive their
paper till tbe date of expiration.
All subscribers, whose subscriptions
are not now paid in advance, will
have their papers continued for a
time with the uncterstanding that they
will come forward at an early day and
pay for the same. The terms of pay
ment are in advance.
Surely, with an all-home-print semi
weekly paper at the small cost of one
dollar and"fifty cents all will comply
witti these terms.
The Winnsboro Printing Company.
-Monday is salesday.
-Read the four citations in this
-The Obear f sells Beef,
Iron and Wing tr
-The Gener' ybly will con- I
vene Tuesday, t'& a
--McMaster ( ' 1 the greetings 1
of the New Year 1eir customers. k
-You can get four job printing
done at THz NEw END HERALD ofiice. a
--The cannty tapervisor's report b
will be found on the last page. o
-Mr. J. H. McMaster is soon to 81
move into the house of Mrs. Mobley. s1
-No changes in the regular church bl
services for Sunday have been handed tC
-J. If. McMaster i et
their thanks in this number o st gi
-The Caldweli Dry Goods Co. greet be
'heir customers with some Twentieth 0r
Ceniry ba:gains. See their ad. th
-7he Winnsboro Bank has made its bi
stockhilders glad by the pay ment of a ha
4 per ont semi annual dividend. he
-Stascribe to TENEWS tel
HmR4 It will comtna at
week ff a whole yeai-bot- onTy'one fr(
dollar adi a half. tot
-"Theyear 1901 is a volume of 365 Fl(
bright, fi pages. Beware the first
, otl" Pesident Jas. H. Carlisle, to
-Clemson opened again January ha<
the 3rd. Those reporting from town ma
were Messrs. E. M. Matthews and Jos. mO
--P. Cummings. ma:
-Just as soon as the necessary ar- coa
rangements can be made we hope to Bti
county produce. tn
R. W. Phillips' ad.
know from actual test
is claimed fot them.
-The Rock Hill Herala
the amusing fact that the ayor and
--aldermen werrethe first to 4iolate the
-Mrs. jilanna Rionr-illiams has
just published her "Sabot Dance."
Mr. George B. M. 'av . will have in
a few days tlis m.asic for sale.
--Mrs. F. M. Habenicht expresses
her gratitude to her past customers
for their previous 'tronage. She al
ways keeps on banip. very fine line of
* -nterestir.g letters from several of
our correspondents g necessarily
omitted froani this issue7' Thoy will all
appear in the next, and we trust their
letters will be many and r agular.
-In the New York Herald of Do
cember' 30th is a charming picture of
Theresa, daughter of Mrs. H anna Rion
Williams, being a "special metion for
artistio work in w ater color contest,"
*done by Theresa.
- Tennant & Co. have r ented the old
Habenticht building, and 'will in a fey
days,[be prepared to furnish the comn
munity with fresh meats of all kinds,
fish, oysters, &c. They will also run
a first class restaurant.
--Watch night services would have
.been held at the Methodlist Church
Tur day night bad it not been for the
fact that on acconut of ra'.n last Sunday
morning there were no services, and
4 consequently no annoutrcement could
-A first class paper cutter, mucet
new type, a.nd a full supply of all
kinds of paper and envelopes have
jnst been received at TH1E NswS ANIg
HERADD office, wh~re :you can get all
your printit-g well dor s on good ma
-tei'ial at reasonable prices.
-Mr; J. L. William!, wbo for the
past four years has bee 2 associated in
the bnsiniess man'tgement of TEE NEWS
AND H ERALD, will stIll Conttinue as fore
ipan of the offce. The other printers
~vill be Mr Marvin Gh.ddep, who baa
been working with Mr Williams the
past few t ears, and Mr. Fitz Thomp
son, who ietnrns to hit first love after
sevt ral years of absence.
* Stockholders Meeting
The an'ual meeting of the stock
holders of The Fairfield Cottor. Mills
will be held at Thte Winnsboro Bank
Tharada', JaLnuary 10:h, at 11 o'clock.
J. W. Cathcart,
-During the holidays no Weekly
was issued. We therefore reprint some
matter that was printed In the Tri
Weekly for the benefit of the sub
scribers to the Weekly. We trust our
readers will make due allowance for
this irregularity and for tome other
features that are not adjusted as we
should like them on account of the
-Wednesday evening, December
the 26tb, the Masons had an informal
banqet.at the Daval hotel. The oc
casien was.a delightful one, and the
supper prepared by the hostess is said
to have been of that very high order
which is eharacteristic of Mrs Duval
for such occasions.
-Last Saturday Mr. D. A. Craw
ford received a carload of fnoe mules
nd before the middle of this week
rally one half of them were sold. This
act is full evidence of the proper ad
ustment of quality and prices. He
wishes all his friends to call on him
when in need of stock. See his ad.
-M. W. Doty & Co. have greatly
mproved the appearance of the old I
eaty building, purchased by them 4
Ist year, by using the paint brush on
)oth the outside and inside. Such im- ,
rovements are highly creditable to i
be owners of prorerty. Nothing'
ives a ;town a better send-off with
isitors than freshly painted places 0
-The Win naboro Racket Co. has had n
fine trade from the day it first opened a
usiness here last fall. The magnifi
mnt way in which they handled the b
ock bought after the fire at the depot H
iowed that the men in charge of this
lness were such as progressive ir
wns extend a tearty welcome to. X
hey extend a hearty welcome to all
stomers who are looking for bar- Jr
iLns. See their ad. fo
-Mt. Zion opened Thursday with a
tter attendance than was expected I<
account of the day of opening and so
e weather. All the teachers were
ek in their places. Prof. Witherow to
d returned [from Columbia, where tic
attended the meeting of superin
dents; Mr. T. P. Quarles from home so
Abbeville, Miss Bessie McMaster 01
m a visit to her brother in Charles- I
, and Miss Eunice Bacot from hal
wrence where she spent her holidays. Me
-The dispensary at Kingstree is said A
have been robbed of $1,800 last Sat- bel
lay. The dispenser, whose bond sch
I expired several days previous, had h
de no deposits since early in the tew
nth. The county board 'ad the nev
or should pay the shortage on ac- 3
t of this criminal carelessness. on
they wgl not, nor will any one be wi
e to cwr
Well, suppose itwu
tisement. Think how many
would read it and be reminded ti
you are still in business, and better
prepared than ever to serve your cus
tomers. It pays to advertise if you
have anything to advertise. Try it,
and grow rich.
An Enjoyable Beception.
The usembers of the Episcopal con
gregati on tendered a most enjoyable
reception to Rev. Harold Thomas and
his bride on Saturday evening. The
home of Mr. J. Q. Davis was the scene
of the function, and was filled with the
parishoners v : were glad to welcome
Mrs. Thomas to their midst.
During the evening the souls of the
music-lovers were delighted by the
strains which Miss Isabel Davis drew
from her sweet old violin.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas remaineJ in
Winnsboro until midnight on Monday,
when they left for their home in Co
Bob Ross is now making a fine
salary for a colored youth of his years.
For the next thirty days his earnings
will be fifteen dollars, a much larger
amount than he has ever earned before
in so0 short a time. His wages wore
increased last 5?rtday morning.
After indulging in his 4a~rlte sport
:mi t'.rowing rocks-en 4.he-street', he
Ient up for a third time on this same
charge before May or Coan, who ex
ressed bis tisapproval of pob's con
t-oned street performances by giving
him his preference between paying
$15 for the support of the town or
working thirty days in the interests of
good roads. Acting on the policy that
money saved is money made, Bob has
joined the good roads society. The
liberality extebded this colored youth
for e. gaging in so innocent a sport as
throwing rotks in public places is
Dr. S. L Swygert, of Greenwood,
stopped over at Rockton for a few
da s with his sister, Mrs. T. W. Raff'.
He was returning from N1ew York.
Mr, Carl 8. Matthews spent his holi
days partly at home and partly with
friends in Aiken. He returned Mon
day to Davidson College, where he is
librarian and instructor in the pre
Mr. W. L. Reed of Woodwards cam
down on business Tuesday.
Misses Carrie and Eloise Elliott hav
returned to Converse College.
Mrs. M. M. Caldwell is visiting th
family of Mr. W. 1H. Fienniken.
Mr. W. Y. Hinnant, of Chester
spent Monday in town on busines.
Mr. J. H. Cumminge spent a few
days in town during the holidays.
Mr. Waugh Turner and two childrer
returned Monday from a visit to Ches.
Mr. Bob Smith, of Longtown, spon
the Xmas holidays at Mr. J. A. Stew
Miss Annie McKeown with her
ister, Mrs. John Creight, for the holi
Miss Mattie Martin left Tuesday for
Jnion to resume her work as a stenog
Miss Tirza Ketchin is back at her
laties as principal of the school at
Miss Bessie Taylor has returned to
ier studies in the Columbia Female
Prof. D. G. Dwight left on Toursday
iigbt for the Porter Military Academy
reorald returned Wed
msday from j sb.-rt visit to Charlotte
Mr. Otis K. Scott, of Florence,ha.
3en visiting the family of Mr. Geo.
Miss Marie Lee, of Sumter, is spend
g the holidays with the family of
r. R. E, Ellion
-Messrs. J. C. and R. Means Davis,
., went down tQ Ridgeway Monday
r a day's hunt.
Mr. W. L. Holley is at hi.4 couilty
me on account of the sickness of
ne of his family.
Miss Mamie Cummings has returned
Georgetown where she has a posi.
n as stenographer.
Rise Estelle Stevenson, of Steven.
D, returned Monday to her school at I
ive in Chester County.
dessrs. Gregg tand Tom McMaster
re returned kto their studies in the
dical College at Charleston.
iss Ellen Ellison, who is teaching d
>w Ridgeway, has returned to her
>ol after a two weeks' rest.
Ir. John Neil, Jr., is at home for a
days' rest before entering upon his
duties as postal mail c!erk.
[us Rachel B. McMaster left hem
New Year's Day for Newberry,I
ir she is teachin ,in the
e rg ful visit ofawek i
town, Miss Lazzeve Crayff ent
Columbia on the first to i.ame hi
work in the city graded schools.
Messrs. Ross Brown and Gordo
Quattlebaum, who are attending th
South Carolina Co-Educational lost
tute, are again back at their work.
Prof. W. H. Witherow 'uended I
meeting of the department of superil
tendents at Columbia the last day
the old and the first day of thre no
Mrs. T. R. Brown, of Camden, wh
has been spending several weeks i:
Washington, at ped for a few da:
with Mrs. J. A. Stewart on her we
Aire. Alige Harden, a traised nuri
in the Hospital for the Insane, returne
to Columbia Monday after a visit
several days to friends and relativesi
town and county.
Miss Maggie Gladden left on Tue
day with her little sister, Isabelle, ft
Baltimore, where she goes to place ti
little girl in Johns Hopkins' Hospita
for medical treatm..Pt.
-On December tbe 19th, the Jerom~
hotel, Columbia, and one-third of th
block on which it was located was de
stroyed by fire. The loss footed up
total of more than $100,000.
Mrs. M. A. Chambers, Mrs. B. C.
Flannagan and Miss Bessie Bookman
0o1 Columbia, are visiting;Mr. and Mri
T. P. Younginer, also Mr. J. A..Foste
and daughter, of Greenville
Messrs. R. M., C. F. and E. P. DavI
Charlie Neil. Henry Gooding and Toi
Ellison have resumed their studies
the S C. College. Mr. Geo. McCan
went back with them and entered i
Mr. F. .E. Binnant, principal of tl
Edgefleld Gradedi School, :spenit Imi
week with his family, anid after
visit on business in the north erm pa
of the State has returned to his pedi
-Miss Mamie Erice returned Moi
day tc her school at Conway. Mi
Blrice is the firet assistant in the schoo
and as an ~evidence of ber succesafi
work she served as principal for tis
weeke bet ween the resignation of tI
former principal and the election <
t 'Iipoe upon.
the da ssubetitu~;i
oS as D W ; it
-ad PaIe. Ia &as ca.
Miss ra Moore, of Thompson,
Georgi t the lXmas holidays at
Mrs. A.- Porter's.
Mr. G6rge Connell, of Philadelphia,
spent a ft hours in town on Monday.
He was OftlWs way to Long Ban where
he will hN0 with big brother-in-law,
Mr. L. A. Bye. Two very handsome
pointers were his &companions on his
All the Winnsboro girls who are at
tending the Presbyterian College for
Women In Columbia spent their holI
days at hqte. The following have
returned to er college duties: Mirses
Isabell Do ias' iMarie McCants,
Janie Flenni en, naa Beaty, Gussle
D esPortes ahd A lice W alker. M i n
-a Beaty, wbo a member of the
s class, will t return on ae
count e tron le.
Pacific Fire Insura ce Company of
Glen Fall Insuran Company or
Rochester German 1 urance om.
pany of Rochester, N.
Solicits share oft pub patronage.
Notice to oters
of e ' a for reg-s.
Il av A ril
ro, 8. C., will
no. m. Smith's
tore , 1901, an-. closed
r this election must
e this time. Esch ap.
gistration must produce
registration certifcate and
receipt for all town taxes
efore he can register for town
J. L COAN,
W. M. Cathcart, Supervisor of
IF YOU NEED A
!BEEF, i1O01AD IMNE
y Obear Drug Co
is We have trade-winners, high-grade
and low-in-prlce BEATERS-the moi
economical ever Invented.
They will burn knots, cbuaks, chipi
e and anything else that is combustible
and will give greater beat with les
fuel than any other stove in existenc
'and beat more quickly. They wil
B keep the room warm all night-an:
nIght and every night. You can keel
your room at any temperature. The:
-are as cheap as coal and cheaper thal
,a coal steve. They help both farme
*. and merchant.
rI also have a few coal stoves and
ibox heaters AT COST TO CLOS1
s, We have also the new, lmproved O0
' Heaters-SMOKELESS, ODOBLESI
SAND PORTABLE-suitable for you
kt bed room, dining room, and parlor.
aNONE BETTER MADE
Why pay sIxty-eight dollars for
range from an agent when you cal
. buy as good one at half price' fret
your home dealers, who have a repn
atation to sustain and who will tres
Iyou more fairly. The money left a
al home with them Is circulated at born
r as much as possible-that sent awa:
ldoes no good locally.
SR. W. Phillips.
WE WISH TO MAKE ROOM FOR
and offermany goods at BARGAIN PRICES. Some of
these gods are offered at less than cost. This does not in'
clude all the goods in our store. The bargain lots are put
on the counters and marked in plain figures. These items
are for CASH ONLY and WILL NOT BE CHARGED
at these prices.
A varied lot of Dress Goods, Plaids and Silks,
Lot of Percals, at 7, 8 and xo cents.
Flannelets and Outings.
All Winter Underwear at a discount.
Lot of Gents' Heavy Gloves.
Cotton and Wool Blankets.
Lot of Ladies' Fine Shoes, at $1.50 to $2.oo. These are
less than cost, worth $2.00 to $3.o.
Lot of Children's Shoes, all sizes and prices.
Lot of Gents' Shoes, at $1.50 to.$1.50, worth $2.00 to
Many of the oods we offer are fresh, new stoek, bougt
this fall. WecJo not wish to carry them over the summer,
and offer at these prices for CASH.
To the many who have patronized us we wish a. happy
New Year with that the new century may bring them mum
of prosperity. We ask a continuance of your patronage,
promising at all times to use our best efforts tosupply TO
wants to your entire satisfaction both.as to quality and prices
The Cadwo1l Dry Goods Companys
in Addition to a Large Supply
lORS~ ND MULES.
On hand, I have just put in st lo a carload of the BEST
MULES that I have had in te years. Stock of all kinds
are high. I solicit a share of the ublic patronage, and do
not intend to be, undersold by any f my competitors. Call
And see me and be convinced.
BUGGIES, HARNESS and of all kinds alwp
kept in stock. Horse medicin of a descriptions. A
Corn; Oats and Hay at bottom res. am also pre
to do a General Livery Business, with new ling Stkand
*It V%.- DS ulde V%000 66. 0. A. Cra
-IS NOW OFFERING A LLJINE OF
A T THEIRSTSR-E IN THE
All (oods (Gheap fop (gash.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, OR GOODS RE
C. B. GLADDEN, Mgr.
S ~our ______
friendsThanking our friends for
frindstheir past patronag, we ho
fo .hi for a continuance ofthe san*,
for heirand that they will still remem
liberal ber we are dealers in
in the TOILET ARTICLES,
and wish BOOKS,
o them all GARDEN AND
A Happy New Year. FIELD SEEDS
F. M. HABENICHT,. Mcsle Cmlii