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NEWSAND HERALD. so
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J. FRANK FOOSHE, - - -- EDITOR cC
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WINNqBORO, S. C. tb
Wednesday. January 21, - 1903 re
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The election of Maj. Sloan as it
president of the. South Carolina th
college will give very general sat- o
Itl is not yet fully known what
defense Jim Tillman -will make
for his shooting of Mr. Gonzales. w
This much, however, is perfectly n
clear to us: that nothing that Mr. do
Gonzales did say or might have at
said'through his paper, whether .to
true or untrue, would haye justi- d<
fled Tillman in . taking his life Tc
without warning or even with Jt
warning. No words, however vile SI
or untrue they may be, if they do bl
not threaten life, should be made SY
the occasion for one man to m
take the life of another. But ct
this does not -predicate that a te
man is not. justified in resenting bj
an insult of words by. physipal
force that will humiliate, but fiot
N. G. Gonzales. G
From-. -the monent Thursday M
afternoon .when l4is body was
pierced through by a bullet to
the moment of his death Monday ac
afternoon the prayers of thous- a
ands in this and other states
ascended that the life of the
fearless editor- and bravehearted
true. citizen,N. G. Gonzales, might
be spared. It was not merely
because of the circumstances
under which the fatal wound was
inflicted that the bulletins from
the -bedside of ..-him who' was e
fighting:so. bravely against such 0
unfavoroble odds for life were so h
eagerly looked for. It was more;
it was the recognition on the
part of friend and foe alike that
a mighty one- would fall wheir
his heart easid. to beat. And
the spirit of mourning throughout in
South Carolina to-day is so great j~
because so mighty a one has.
rMr Gonzales was truly~ggeat M
editor-u t t e r 1.y fearless and N
wholly honest. His style was so
vigorous that one could not fail gl
to follow him even thig~ugh -his
longest editori-als. -His-hiandling
of facts was little short of mar
velous. He always first fortified
himself with facts that' could not,
be denied and persistenly han-' ly
dled the same till his point w~as ru
carried. He was a man of the ct
deepest conviction and he never I
deviated therefrom, though to M
stand entsiled finaneidf loss' and
personal Faorifice. South Caro- tr
lina owes him a lasting debt' of
gratitude foi the great work that 04
he did for t~e industrial develop
ment 'of'the Stats-especially for
the development of the capital
Uafortunately fo~r himself Mr. t
Gonzales oftentimes applied very gr
hard things -to- those who dis
agreed with him. But in thist
erespect he was showmng a great
Simprovement in his* last years,1
and as a consequence his vigorousP
pen w as wielding a greaterj
influence among all classes in
South Carolina. Death came T
- upon him when he was at hish
'very best. ,He had easily wo)n
the place of South Carolina's
greatest e~dit'.. To his ber-eaxved
family and to his bereavedl asso- "
ciates we extend' our deejest zu
sympathy. ' - Ni
'H'n. ).-4fcM:han and sister h
aeeinpim~ed'4y Misses & ara anid
Ma~anu Kinaird, of Columubi;,at
jteniyviited relatives and
frierals in this neighborhood.. v
SM-r; Henry Lyles of Lexington
county visited relatives recently.
The tnew year ~is witnesin'g
many changes in our counnuity-.
Mr. L. M. Blar and famuiy aret
$ now occapying the 'old1 Lyles ,
Mr. D. Aiken and family have'
moved to the Count's place.
Miss F. G. Feaster returned to -re
Dayton, Florida, some - time ago,;
where she will remain until
s pring. '
Mr. A. P. Lvles h:Ls accepted aj'h
Lposition with~Mr. A. -E. Davis
Jr., at Rlockton. - '
Miss Geneva Ftee, accompanied.
*by her brot'.iers, Frank and Joep
- .have gone to iRuthf d, N. C. e.
We have had ~tterl cold"
weather for the pastmo. and TI
1,~h.,y rainfall hinde htl e M
wing of small grain. Perhap
is best so, for farmers are get
i anxious about what wav
wn,-fearing the constant freezei
ve materially injured it.
An oyt-house c 'd b the
ok, on Mr. B
e burning building.'
With heart-and mind alive tc
e treasures in the store-p
the past, and reeog an
ponsibility which the-i
ace lays upon -as, -let us so us
wherever God has cast our lot
at we may make the most o
r opportunity-the New Year
Tried To Conceal It.
It's the old story that "murde
11 out" only in this case there'i
crime. A woman feels ru
iwn, ha' backache or dyspepsii
d thinks it's nothing and triei
hide it until she finally break,
wn. Don't deceive yourself
ke Electric Bitters at once
bas a reputition for curinj
omach, Liver and Kidney trou
es and will revivify your whol
stem. The worst forms of thos
ladies will quickly yield to th
rative power of Electric Bit
rs. Only 50c, and guarantee(
McMaster Co. druggist.
Mrs.. B. H.. Yarborough am
tle daughter Alyse and Misi
assie Yarborough of Long Ru
ent a few days with her sistei
iss Bettie Yarborough who' i
egaged in work at the Orphan
e at Graenwood. Miss Betti
companied her sisters home t<
y only a few days.
Misses Powell of ColuzUbi
cently visited their Aunt Mrs
. D. Davis ol Long Run.
M. John Glenn paid a flying
ip home the other day.
Mesdames Lou Younginer an<
la Wallace have been on, ai
tended visit to relatives ii
Mrs. E A. Glenn 'and famil:
,e moved out of Mr. W. B
irborough's house .into the lat
r. J. M.'Glenn's house.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Yarboroug
e getting ready for house- keep
g. We hope their life will be .
og and prospoerous one. Mr
rborough is to be congratulated
securing such a charming brid
Wishing the' readdra of Tb
ws and Herald a bappy ar<
rious new year is the wish
e of.its writers. Y.
Jan, 8, 1903.
It is exceptional to find a fami
where there are no domesti
ptures occasionaly, but thes
n be lessened by having Dr
ing's New Life Pills around
uch trouble they save by thei:
eat work .in'Stomach' and Live:
>ubles.' They not only reliev
u, but cure. 25c, at McMaste
>.'s drug store.
Mr. W. W. Brooks has moved
the, place known as the Pettt'
ew place. near the Salem crosi
ads. He :also has charge o
e st office as the site was
angdd to that place.
Mr. C. M. Ladd occupies th<
aee ngted by Mr. Brooks.
We are glad to welcome Mr
d. Mrs. -Hollis in our -midst
rey occupy Mr. Jno. Lyle
Miss Lillie Robertson of Ridge
Ly is with her sister Mrs. Hollis
Mr. 1R. P. Milam of Lauren
ent Xmas holidays with he
.ther, Mrs. M. A. Owings.
Mr. Mitenell Owings of Colm
a usade his kin a flying visi
Miss Marnie Crowder has re
rni.'l home fromi a visit a
.iss Daisy Crowder is visitini
Mi,. .ttir, Ferrell of Rion i:
hinizg l- lr Uncle -Mr. San
aw ta d.
Mrs,.s W. W. IEroo~ks paid he:
*N i it this week to set
r sit.rs. Misses Annie, Susie
i Kate who aie sick with fever
1v are mending slowly.
M4r. Joe Milling is home for.i
Mrs. Anna. Castles exj.ects t<
turn to- her- home in N. C. this
Mr. John Rose and family hav<
Dved.to the rock quarry wher<
has a job.
A Libertl Offer.
rh'undrsigned will give a free sami
e of Chamberld[n's Stomach, aai
ve Tablets to #ny one wanting
.iable remedy foi ~disorders of tkh
mlach, biliousness or constipation
iis is a new remedy and a good one
meter Co. dmrugists.
The walking sick, what
crowd of them there are:
ns who are thin and
weak..but not sick enough.
to go to bed.
"Chronic cases" that's
what the doctors call them,
which in common English
To stop the continued
loss of flesh they need
Scott's Emulsion. For the
feeling of weakness they
need Scott's Emulsion.
It makes new flesh and
gives nev life to the weak
Scott's Emulsion gets
thin and weak persons out'
of the rut. It makes new,
rich blood, strengthens the
nerves and gives appetite
for ordinary food.
Scott's Emulsion can be
taken as long as sickness
lasts and do good all th
There's new strength
r and flesh in every dose.
We will be glad
- to send you;.# few
Be sure that this pictue in
the form of a label is an *the
wrap er of every bottle of
Emu ion you buy.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Pearl St., N.'Y.
SOc. and $11 all druggids.
PLANTS FI LKING HISTORY.
Cotton, Sugar and[robacco Have All
Influenced e Affairs
Rather more than sixty years
ago a tiny fungs-itself a plant
-appeared in Ireland and fas
tened itself on the potato, says
bShort Stories. . Fostered by a
cheerlesisummei, the faagus
Sspread until the whole ~potato
crop4 te mainstay -of'- sh
~wias rIigaiidn the resulting
Sfamiine of 1845 stands out' in his
Strorybas time of overwhelming
Its relief occupied the whole
attention of the British ministry
and when the famine was over a
quarter of the whole population
-lay slain by the fungus.
And this potato disease acted
Sin two distinct ways on history".
It bad an immediate effect in
helping the repeal of the corn
laws and throwing the country
ropen to free trade.
SIn the second place, it had a
rgreat and unforseen effect on
another continent, for there then
started a stream of- emi ants
across the Atlantic whic has
At tiie beginning of the seven
teenth century the English and
the Dutch were rivals for the
possession of a certain little
island, Amboyna, in the East
Indies, because of the cloves that'
~.grew upon it. At this date tlie
producing of cloves was extreme-.
-ly limited, and finally the Dutch
massacred a small English colony
established there. This aroused
the hitter feeling in England
-against the Dutch, and as a great
historian -tells us, furnished a
popular way for two wars..i
rA sudden passion for tulips
turned the heads of the usually
$60,000 Per Day
This is the average sum paid
daily to policy-holders by The
Mutual Life Insurance Comn
pany of New York. Multiply
- that by a year~ and the wonder
of the amount disappears when
you learn how and where the
largest accumulation of trust
funds in the wvorld is invested,
as shown in "A Banker's Will."
This book is sent on request.%
aThis Company ranks
First-In Amount Paid Policy-holders.
THE MU'TUAL~ LIFE INsURANcE
COMPANY oF. NEW YORK
RICxARD A. McCusav. Pres'dent.
F. Hi. HYATT, Manager, Columbia,
roorn for, our
im2 er C3Occds
me, our LARGE STOCK of
I AT ONCE.
FIRST 'CHO[OE. .
at We Say.
SK, S. C.
Z ALL SORTS OF
In a first-class order,
Blanks now on Hand.
eaa.Notice oif7Election and~f
g Syrup ha Registration
eirc sccdes Notice is hereby given that a
s the gams special election will be held in.
d colic, and the town..o inbro h
tt eu$'erer 5th day of February, 1903, for
druggists in -the purpose of submitting to the
Twentyfive qualtfied electors of the town the
and ak for.
ng Syrup," question of surrendering thee
1-1-17 present charter of the town, in
order thiat it may become incor
-porated under the provisions of
Affd. Article 2. Chapter 49, of volume'
S1 of the Code of Laws of South
es and bI.- Carolina. Books of Registration, '~
open at the store of John H.
McMaster & Co., in the town of
Winnsboro, by H. E. Ketchen [.
. Town Supervisor of Registration, -
~ and all electors who desire to
.function a invited to register. 'he ~sa id
books of registration will aremain
- opn for three months as provide d b
T. H. (ETCHIN,
IELD. "ALp~rsebe~ ~e g~s
., Juage o1f th trsn I aas,0
*th made suit 'wihtSthe fu t Jaw4
rs of admin- Any eattle or other'
,nd effects of on .my lands fitj ~~~ n ae
cordince with "'stoc laW.
cite and ad- R
the himlred le7-4~
ey beand 0~
ourt of Pro
on the 3rd ..M parties ~a
r publication estate ofele
ie forenoon, hireby
have; whb att
iould thy ~
~ ed to
f Probate. 7-St
~.RMENS e madf ents to lend
sTMtsra mo on irtn4 on Ip'ipwed
tly on hand, terest' t per ent~ i! .sums un
. e~ested- , Qnsums' hat amount,
e,/ in the old 'for at4t,
iours- fl * - cDONAJ~
)T a cO.
rcier to riake -
Spr g ani i li
We pro 1I, for a limitedti
SAt.E i"0 BEGII
- COME EARLY AND GE1
We Me Wh
Yours Most Re
rThe Durhani M.14
JANUARY 19, 1903.
THE NEWS ANIDB
IS WELL EQUWPED FO1
Done in short er
~ On g r
ALL1 WOH '
--A Full Supply of all Legal
pcid Dutchmen in the seventh For Over Slxty
ctury, and the tulipomania is a Mrs. Winslow'sp.soothi
el recognized event in Dutch bnuse o ove sixty
doestic history. while teething ith
t is a time when the desire to It soothes the cdso
psess an uncommon tulip was allas alpain, ceswn
uficeient to drive men to most illh bs reli f por d
ereme lengths of speculation, imeiaey Sodb a
ocause the ruin of noble houses every part of the world.
an to carry whole families to e(I8, a bte.Bsur
isei-y. In fact, so acute did the and take no other kind.
ae become that the Dutch gov -_________
ement was obliged to step in -
ih a heavy hand, and by strin-I Advice to the
gen measnres allay this fever of A ,
etulip. nees wa k
he tea plant was the "last d ToRP3DUVER
taw" which brought about the
iependence oft te UnitedStates,
swe all know,
The poppy involved England
th beginning of the reign of .a h ee
een Victoria. Though the war to ss ther natur
wa an unjust one, yet it did MATN VGl
imate good. in, openg up IMaRTI VIdnsbId
Cina to foreign influence and ,~eaadtdoi
Sugar, cotton and tobacco have
linfluenced history, for these Letters of Admii1
thee plants were practically re--_____
pnsible for the slave trade of . TTIFSUHC
dern times. CUT OF FAITHC
- -- By s. B. Johnston, Es
A Maveloas lveston.ress, John Muse he
Wonders never cease. A ma- to xne to gran hm lett<
chne has beeti invented that will itaino h~t
cu, paste and -hang wall paper. Cooheser, teefordt
h field of in'ventions and dis- monish all and singular
oeries seems to be unlimited, an cetrs of the
Ntable among great disqoveries Mppear deoiese, ina th
isDr. King's New bicvr o ate, toleheld at Fa
nsumption. It has done a Ho uh Carolina,
rld of good far weak lungs and da f1~ ar net t4
ed anya lfe.Thousands to sho ~.~use, if any the:
ae used it .and conquered Grip, the said administration
rnchitis, Pneumonia and Con- grai ntd rm ad
suption. Thi eea edc fJanuary, Anno'Domnin
i:"It's the best and most rehia- s. 1. JOfi
emedicine for throat and lung 1-21-2t Jude
,rubles. Every 50c and $1.00
oteisgaranted by Cas UNDERTAlI
e- IN ALL ITS DEPa
______________ with a full stock of Ca
Cases and Cotins constar
Cut this out and take it to McMaster' and use of( hearse wh~
'sdru str ai get a fre dsaphT kfor past ptron
Tale1 the best pbse. The cleanse staa tend edta f
ha and rt glate the bowels. TH E ELL GI
u ze, .s. - . x.EL