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NEWS AND HERALD.
PU L1IHED SEXI-WEEKLT,
WINNSBORO PRINTING CO.
J. FRANK FOOSHE, - - - EDITo
TERMS, IN ADVANCE:
Six Month&................. .5
WINNSBORG. S. C.
Tuesday,March 5. - --- 1901
Congress has adjourned.
The meeting of the Democratic
club called for Friday night should
be well attended.
McKinley has entered upon his
second term as president of the
Ubited States of America and the
isles of the sea.
Governor-McSweeney has not
yet reached that anti-free-pass
bill. It matters not how long
he is in getting to it, so he vetoes
Your interest in the municipal
affairs of your town should be
great enough for you to attend
the meeting of the Demiocratic
club cailed for Friday night.
The issue before the club meet
ing Friday night will be to de
termine how the town nomination
sball be made, by primary or by
club. Come out and let it be
known-where you stand.
Candidates for senatorial and
gubernatorial honors next year
are being fully announced. Some
of these will surely be left, es
pecially John L. McLaurin should
he aspire again to so small an
honor as the United States Sena
Inasmuch as so much is being
written about Sherman in Co
lumbia,, we have turned aside
from the publishing of the Eder
ington papers in this week's issue
to publish an account of Sherman
in Winnsboro. Another similar
account will appear in Friday's
paper. These are valuable papers
that should find interested read
ers oughout the county.
own~ ~~2 A&1. GN
Azeeprimary, is, a question th
is going to come before the pe
pie at the coming club meetir
As already stated we are who]
opposed to this plan on t
principle that the policemen a
responaible to the council and
this body should be responsib
- The people hold the council i
sponsible for the manner of F
* lice regalations and on this t
count the selection of policem
should be vested with them. T
* tendency rightly these days is
place more power in the han
- of the chief executives of a c<
poration and hold them mc
strictly to account for their a
tions. This is well demonstrat
in the selection of teachers in t
large school systems. A few ye~
ago the elections were by t
patrons, then by the trustees, t
now practically by the superi
> tendents who themselves a
elected by the trustees, but w:
in turn nominate their own teac
ing corps, in a way that is pr~
tically an election.
The State Summer School 'a
be held from June the 20th
July 17th. This is just a mon
*earlier than last summer-a ve
desirable thing on the part of t
teachers, who find' it more cc
venient to attend just at the cc
of'their schools than in midsmn
Two county superintendents
education have died since Janue
1st-Supt. Threat of Chesterfie
.and Supt. Ballenger of Sparta
burg. Both were young men
some experience in teaching. T
former had just entered upon t
duties of his office, the latter h
never-been well enongh to quali
Mr. Hanna has been eppointed
s the successor of the former. T
appointment was made by t
State Bc ,rd of Education, w]
are authorized by law torfill
vacancies in the office of tI
county superintendent of educ
tion. The successor to the lati
has not yet been appointed.
Mr. Verner of Columbia w'
has the past year been condim
ing a private school in Columl
has found it necessary to secu
additional help, for another ye:
This simply goes to show that I
the right men there is still a fi
opportunity in the way of priva
schools, which are as essential
necessary to-day a befo the
days of graded schools. -
A larger and better' il is to
be buift on the.Wofford College
campus to take the plade of the
Celumni Halso receiutlburned.
The department of superintendA
ence of the National Educational
Association-held its annual meet
ing in Chicago the last week in,
February. . Chicago was selected
as the next meeting place -ind
G. R. Glenn, State superitendent'
of education of 'Georgig was
chosen as the next presided.
The Columbia, Female College
has recently secured a very fine
collection of the - minerals and
fauna of South Carolina. The
collection was secured .from Mr.
Nnnnamuker of Irmo who has
takan great pains in..collecting
The new $10,000 domitory for
Furman University is- now as
sured. The money is nearly all
subscribed, and the friends of the
institution are rallying to Presi
dent Montague's support in this
effort to advance the institution.
Capt. Mortimer Glover a teacher
of large experience has opened a
private school in Orangeburg.
The Greenville Female College
is raising a fund of $10,000 for
enlargements and improvements.
The amount is. almost secured
and the friends of the institutior.
In response to Mr. McMahan's
circular letter requesting advance
membershaips to the Southern
Educatioual Association - Prof;
Witherow of the Mt. Zion. Insti
tuto has sent over thirty names.
This is a fine record for Winns
boro and is a good evidence that
it still holds a prominent pl'ace
for its influence in educational
matters. If other towns in --the
State do as Well, the necessary:
500 names wi.ll be easily obtaiiied.
Converse College and the
Presbyterian College for Women
will again hold their musical
festivals in May. These are
great ocaasions and do much foi
the advancement of music ig--this
rillustrated ..lece s. Dr. Grd
twill deliver thie flrt,'his subj
o- being the seige of Troy.. 14
g.Davis will: follo'w nett with
lecture on ,The Crescent and i
re Cross.' The third ,will be.
to. "Pollenation." Dr. Wanchopi
.deliver the fourth and last "]
e benlun geid.""
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Bears the TI q~rd You Hasts Alwys Bei
re Seaboard-Air Line Makes af Notewot
-Reduction of Prices
ed The Seaboard Air Line being e
bie alive to the people's interet-ts as1
.rs as its own has, effective February
bie ri duced its 1,000 mile, tickets in F
ut ida from $30to $25; all one thous:
n- mile tickets of the Seaboard Air I
re railway issue are now -good or
Lio entire system (with 'tbe exception
.the family mileage tickets sold in
,c- State of North Carolina), Which tU
erses Virginia, North Carolina, Sc
Carolina, Georgia, Florida and 2
bama, and reaches the capitals of
il tbo above Sta!cs.
tol By agreement, our thousand
totickets of Seaboard issue are good
th addition te its own lines over
R chmoud, redericks~.urg and P<
e, mac cailroad from Richmend to 9
tico, 'and~ the Pennsylvania raili
se from Quantico to Washington, the
lumbiw, Newberry and Laurens r
road, andi the Baltimore Steam Psc
of c->mpany's line from ,Norfolk to Bt
id Tic eSeaboard Air Line railway
n- the sh rt :ie from South Car,>diua
of all points north, south and west
be has a set vice that is second to non
Lie the South, and its trains are run
id qui~k and convenient secb du-le,.
~y. l".r information write
as Geo. McP. Batte, T. P. A.,
be Glorious News ..
10 Comes~ f'rm Dr. D. B. Ca7ftl
lil Wa hitai, [. TF. 113 writes: "F
ae buttilea of Electric Bi:tters has cn
a- Mrs. Brewer of scroluh:, which
er caused her great suffering for' e
Terib'ile sore., would break out on
head and face, and the best doct
could -give nto help; but.hkei cure
io complete and he r health is exceller
a- This shows what thousands h
-i proved,-that Ecectric Bitters is
re supreme remedy for eczema, ten
Lr. salt rbenm, ulc.-ro, bils ad gnn
or sores.' ~ I fimnixt-s hs'r ndey
te Sod. by : 1cMhstcr Co., drugglr
MOSSY DALE ITEMS.
W rehaving beautiful weber
sne .esno#r.. disappeared. is
warnfindi kprinW-ike and puts eiry
body ei th notfoi of gardening. Sntie
seeds-are bing sota by way of -isk
a'd ih-:otatoeoire being plaied.
The farmers are nroving with a Jsh,
faking th! advantae of the beadful
reter. The warmiays are maing
someunpruvemeat-on the small gain
*tray of show'; thondh I thinkthe
crop is very backward yet foN its
I am glad to repor t some good vprk
done on the public road from J4 L.
Robinson's to Rockton. It was biri1
done under the direction of Mr. ArSK
Hays. It will be a nice piece of rel
if -we do not. have too much a
weather- onit before it gets p14
aMr. Editor, I.read a letter the,
day that was written In Virginia e
one of oar old --slaves who w' 404
with Sherman's army while a' it.
lad in 1865. now about 56 y e
It was addressed to his motho
Adlaid McKinstrv,. if livin 6
Thos. McKinstry, both of W
been dead tor a iumber cf y' 19
fortanately the.letter fell in I
of the family and was delive -
of his brothers, Jerry Alsto.
written by L-vi McKinstry! to
no. aware that very few of/
took the name of their for#t *
He writes that he hes bf O
twica and is the father o14
dren, four by each marf
doing well. This is spe
for hts relatives and fri ,
recollect him, and it isa
to show that time I
family recollections ev
I have recently receiv
ters from my son, J
who has enlisted In the
regulars for three yes is
aj;the Columbus Barracks, Colum
Ohio. He served in the 8
American war in the 1st SojMh
Una volunteere.. He is well satik
far, in good quarters, and sup
with good heavy clothing, and-l
better than volunteer service.
pict to be 'sent to San Fran
about a month for the Philippin
vice. He has passed two satisfa
examinations, and will have -to
There was cQmmunion. serv
Bethel chaich dn'Sonday last.
ittendance was present. .. . -
Mr. J. L. Canthen and.wife 01
visit t6 Mtinbbia to'see their' o r
Mr%.G. -W.-Brooks has been 4
extended visit to the Capital
atteihdince at'the.bed side ut h.
mother, Mr.. Catbcart, who,
cemnly died. - . -
'Mr. Will Broom, 'engineer
Sonthern,-is.visiting in the Gre
sectien, especially his grand
act - IO
a- Pha Fie aitsurance C.
New ort k
by . gis tr Insurance. compa
be New York.
Bj ochester German nasuran
pany of Rochester, N. Y. -
Solicits share of public -parren
9-26-1y' . et
Are invited to call and se
~full line of
25, in'clud Plows, Hoes,
or- and Stretcher Chains. I
an also carry everythiti
*ie needed for the
i-Bellows; Anvils, Tong r
'a H-and and Sledg
the *W SEG
to A full set of sample kc
ihhand. Call and see h
of s ent to
'Phone No. 9.
ut twenty times an hour
all the blood in your body passes through and is.filtered
by your kidneys. Think what this means. If the kd
neys are not strong and healthy they do not extract all the
poisonous matter from the blood and the result is sick
ness and misery that will remain until these organs are
once more brought back to healthy activity.
ese symptoms will tell you
ve when your kidneys need attention and assistance: If
e,, you have Backache, Tired Feeling, Dizziness, Head
ache, Nervousness Pains across the Loins, or in the
r Bladder, Sleeplessness, Chills, Urine of- an unnatural
color or Scalding Urine. They mean Kidney Trouble,
and you can't get a better remedy than
This is a purely vegetable preparation and will effect
ually cure Dropsy and Gravel. It acts directly on the
Liver and Kidneys, restoring them to a normal healthy
condition and eradicating all disease.
Two Neighbors cured of DROPSY. -
TYLERSVILLE, S. C., Oct 29, 1900.
Lyon Manufacturing Co. Brooklyn, N. Y.
Dear Sirs:-I am 63 years old and for some time have been troubled with a kid
ney comnlaint which resulted in Dropsy. I took two bottles of your Vaugha's Lithon
ontriptic and it did me a heap of good. I could not get any more of the Lithontriptic
and I went to my doctor but he did my case no good. Then he advised me to take your
Vau hn's Lithontriptic again. I have taken six bottles, and my legs, which Were badly
swolen have come down and I am now well. Mr. T. J. Little, of this place (TylersviII)
had dropsy and used Vaughns Lithontriptic and he is well now. R
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