NEWS AND HERALD.
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The News and Herald Co.
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Six - .75
WINMSftORG, f\ C.
Wednesday, October 17, - ?.900
B8YAJTT ASD LONUTOWX.
Tbe weather hs.-< tarned considerably
cooler. Tbepiu fiW day3 reminded
us quite forcibly tb*': winter is fast
annroachinsr. Farmers are now basily
engaged harvesting tbeir com and the
remainder of th;c >tton wbich is very
little. This U l ie first year we ever
remember of the crop* being almoet
all picked in Septenbar. Crops are
rery short in this sec ion, b>th cotton
and corn. The cotton crop especialiy
is very poor; however, the high price
is certainly a source of grcit gratification
to as and will in all probability
fully compensate for the loss in yield.
We were highly gratified with th^ advice
given the farmers by the editor in
last weeks issue in regard to sowing
more grain, etc. Now i* tha opportune
time. Let us sow g-aiu and endeavor
to raise oar own ho* and
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The Upper Liongtosvn scnoo opcueu
on the 1st inst. Tbe school is ander
ths efficient management <?f Mis* Faunie
Lee Ford, of Mitford. Abon"; 26
scholars hare been enrolled.
The low^r school opened on l->t iust.
Miss Brice, of Chester, his charge of
the school this ye v.
Miss Sallie Lse IIirris>n loft last
week for Greenville to atten I tbe
Presbyterian College at th it place.
Mr. W. E. Mel!ichiaap left Monday
for Greenville t> attend Farm iu University.
Mr. Albert Mellicham? lefc fur
Edgefield recently to attend tbe CoEdacational
u> Wnn Ran/fors Jpft fjr Richmond.
Va., som) timj since to enter a meJical
college at that place.
Mr. L. T. Wilds, of Colombia, was
in Longtown last week looking after
hi* business interests here.
Mrp. Barrett, after aa extendi visit
to her father, Mr. S. McCormick, has
returned to her home at Braidento.vn,
Miss Lutie Durham and Mr. L&x
Durham, of Oakland, spent Saturday
night at Mr. 3d. Mellichamp'?-\
Miss Anna Wilds has returned home,
muc* to the regret of her aaany
Mrs: v>?nkhead left on Monday to
risither daughter in Chester county.
Mr. Jas Ba^khead, of White Oik,
was in L>i?gtown on Snndav.
Mrs. Jenkin3 and family have moved
Mrp. Sara Stewart left some time
hgm since for Colombia to vis.t her danghter,
Mrs. T. C- Wvlie.
Messrs. Tom and Clifford Smith, of
Winnsborc, visited ibeir parents, Mr
and Mrs. 1). G. Smith, some time
Dr. E. H. Harris ">n will move into
the hoQse recently occupied by Mrs.
Jenkinp. D. H E
Oc\ 12, 1900.
For Infants and Children.
Ths Kind You Hare Always Bought
To the National Convention of the
Christian Church, which meets at Kan- j
sas City, Mo., October 12-19, the!
Southern Railway will sell round trip !
tickets from all points on its iines at j
the rate of one first-ilass fare for the
rouDd trip, plus $100. Tickets will
be sold October 8th, 9tb and lOib,
with final retnrn limit to October
23rd, inclusive. Persons at non-coupon
stations should notify ticket agent
ceveral days in advance of their contemplated
departure, in order that he
may supply himself with proper form j
For farther information call on or
write any agent of the Southern Railway
or its connections.
Bed Hot from the Gun
Was the ball that G. B. Steadman.
of Newark, Mich., in the Civil War. |
Ifc caused horrible Ulcers that no treat
i--i?J on ?TUn
LUCiib liCi^CU iui ycaio. JLucu i
len's Arnica Salve cured him. Cures
Cats, Bruises, Bums, Boils, Felons,
Corns, Skin Eruptions. Best Pile
- cure on earth 25 cts. a box. Cure
guaranteed. Sold by McMaster Co.
EVERY LINifi now is sparkling with
bright new good*. The pnblic
is cordially invited to come in
and look aronnd at aoy time,
without feeling under any obligations
to buy. Come and inspect
my linei when I am in
Winnskore and Ridgeway. A?k
to see everything.
W5 CARRY only high quality goods,
well made and weil finished,
Whether plated or solid. That
is our hobby. They will wear.
WE CAN SUPPLY every want made
upon an up-to-date Jewelry
Store anvwhere. We are tliororoughly
informed as to rery
detail in our butinesa a* >1 uo
goods offered you are so jood
for the money.
OUR GUARANTEE means aU late}
satuiaciion 10 toe ursr.
Under Tower Clock, Chester, S. C.
fiiE tA^D OF THE Slit
( Written at ArftetiUe, .V. C.)
Mountains that climb to the bloc bend .
Lakes where the stars see tnemseive31
in the sky; !
Violet valleys of beaaty and love,
Where earth seems so close to the
You can hear the faint echoes of
And the musical beat
Of the hearts of the angels?the songs
In their cadenes* sweet!
A wild world of mountaius that drifr I
The ripple of rills and the dishing of
That sing to the sea! And the beams I
and the gleara3
Tint lore yoa to gardens of beautiful
Of beautiful dreams that have lifted
To the thunder's high roll!
Wbere rou slip trom life's care, aud its
corse and control,
With the joy in your sO;?l.
G^d crooned with old glory these
mountains; He planted
The skr-reaching hills in these viiieys
These streams in the hollows bv mystery
These oaks^that still wave their green
And dare the storm's thuuder! ..and
paeans or praise
Mountains?rivers, still raise
To the heaven above them, while rosescented
Wrea?hs the beantifai days!
O, land of all beauty?loved Land of
Where Love breathes ''Good morning,"
and never :'Good-by!"
Where song on each wild wind in
And times cbe bright step* of the gods
of Hie groves!
The rose the morning is white on
Thoa art crowned?'.bin art blest
Fr?m she seas to the east and the seas
to the west
With i ht> rnsp-wi'A ith of rest!
F. L. S.
Battery Pdik, A6h:viile,N. <\
Atlanta Constitution Sept. 22. 1900
"Forthree days and nights I suffered
agouy untold from an attack of cholera
morbus brought on b? eating cucumbers,"
savs A. E. Low.her, clerk of
the district court, Centerville, Iowa.
4,I thought I should surely die. and
tried a dozen different medicines but
all to ho purpose. I sent for a bottle
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera aud
Diarrhcei iiemedy aud three dose* relieved
me entirely." This remedy is
for sale by McMaster Co., druggists.
Mr. J. E. McDonald ha> gono on a
business trip to Atlanta.
do you get~uT
with a lame back?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the newspapers
Is sure to know of thea wonderful
u (? * * ! i cures made by Dr.
* jj; Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
K - 11? uie great Kioncy, liver
n v^SprTj [*: bladder remedy.
"1 M F^Sl Lr ^ is *^e ?reat medi*<
vf V, r ^ c^l triumph of the nine\?U\
f1 teent^ century; disvtZJr
?? '1 coverec* a^ter years of
} i ,-=T% scientific research by
kn fen Dr. Kilmer, the emif
L AcT- " nsnt kidney and blad*
der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid troubles
and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
torm o: Kioney irouDie.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not recommended
for everything but if you have kidney,
liver or bladder trouble it will be found
just the remedy you need. It has been tested
in so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase
relief and has proved so successful in
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which ail readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
offer ia this paper and n.
send your address to
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton,
N. Y. The "j&gag
regular fifty cent and Homo oi Swamp-Root,
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
Iq &r\ 6x]
j The Kind You Hare Always Xi
! in use for over SO yrnr^L
All Counterfeits, Imitations c
Experiments that trifle with
Infants and Children?Exper
What Is Ci
Castoria is a harmless subst
gorie, Drops and Soothing S
contains neither Opium, Mo
substance. Its age is its gua
and allays Feverislmcss. It
Colic. It relieves Teething 1
and Flatulency. It assiiuUa
Stomach and Bowels, givingThe
! GBmmE CAST
Bears tlia I
The fnid Ynn M
| A 11U IllilU JLVU jLiU'X
hi Use For Ov
TSC CENTAUR COMPAmY. TT MUM
TAXES WILL BE DUE AND
payable from the 15th day of October
to tbe Slit dny of December, 1900.
The t*.x levy for S;a?e purposes is
|5 mills; for ordinary county purpose-",
4 mills; for school purposes S mill*;
making a total levy c,f 12 mills on all
taxable propi-rty of Hie couaty. There
u an additional, a special tax, for
school purposes of 2 mill* if? Scho !
I Districts N >s. 1. 9, 14, 17, 18 vid 25,
! making a total levy of 14 mill** in thos?
school district-, a>id a special school
i tax of 1 mil! in No. 19, m.tking a total j
ltvy o?" 13 iui;is in that school district J
There is al-o a tax of one dollar on
each male citizen between the ages of I
21 a:u1 60 years, except tho^e who are [
disabled or are made exempt by law- |
Taxes are payable in the following I
kinds of iunde and no other: Gold |
and silver coin, United States car-j
rencv, national batik notes, aad coa-1
pons which 8h*il become due and pay- !
*- ? - 5 AA ^ iL? I
aoie during iue year i?w uu iuk uun- !
solidated bonds known a? "Brown"
bonds, and 'he boud* of the Stale
kuown as "Bine'* bonds, and any other :
State bonds which may ba issued by
authority of an Aci of the General
Ass?tnblv, the c<np:>ns of which are
by SGch Act made receivable for taxes
HUGH S. WYLIE,
9 27-lm County Treasurer. !
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION. ;
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
norrxTY OF FAIRFIEL2>. >
By S. R. JOHNSTON, Esq., Judge Probate
WrHEREAS, J. L. Mimcaugh hath i
made sait to me to grant him
letters of administration of the estate
and effects of Q. D. Wiiliford, deceased
These are theief.;re to cite and ad- :
tnonish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said Q. D. Willi- '
ford, decea?ecl, thnt they be and appear
before me, in the Court of Pro- |
bate, to be 'held at Fairfield Court!
Rnnco s!nnfh nnrnilina.. nn thft 2?rid !
day of October next, after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore- ,
noon, to show cause, if any they have, I
why the said Administration should I,
not be granted.
Given under ray hand this 5th day
of October, Anno Domini 1900. 1
S. R. JOHNSTON, '
10 G-x2 Jud^e of Probate.
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3 Now Offe
ou^ht?. a.. I v.-h'c:; Las beca
as 2:orco tlie s5f.rnn.tTire' of
is b< csx mado tinder bis per-lpervisirs:;
r :nre its infancy.
,:o one io deceive 3*011 in this.
ir.d " Jast-r.^rood" are but
and ri::" v?;vv the Isealtii of
5 & 3 or
:itutc for Castor Oil, Pare>yrnp3.
It is Pleasant. It
rphine nor other Narcotic
ranice. It destroys Worms
cures Diari'hnea and Wind
'roubles. c'viru^ tm*?tlpation
tes the Foot], regulates tlie
healthy ivna natural sleep,
j Slothcr'-i I'rl'jnd.
"OR IA always
Signature of _
11 urn 11
r3 Aiiays BougM
er 30 Years.
WAV fcTnrcT. NT'JV Y^r.n CITY.
Notice of Application for. the
Appointment of Guardian.
Notice is hereby given that pet'lions
have boen filed in the office of the
Clerk of the *('?>urt of Common Pieac
lor Fairfield County for the appointment
of the Judge of-Probate as guardian
of the esiate* ot the following
mhiorp, to wit: Mary L. Perrv? Robert
M. Perry, Helen Perry, Kathleen
Perry an.1 Neil Perry; and the'applicat:on
for such appointment will be
ma'ie to his Honor J. C. Klagh, Circuit
Judge presiding in the Sixth Circuit,
at his Chambers, .Lancaster,
S- 0., at eleven o'clock A. M.. on
Thnrsday, the 18;h day of October,
19C0, or as soon thereafter as counsel
The estates of the said minors consist
of undivided interests in two sep
arate policies of Insurance ,of. two
thonsand dollais each, ibo first of
wh:ch is iu favor of the fipst ibree
named minors, and the second in
lavor of tbe last two named minora
with tbeir mother, Mrs. Emma Sv
Perry, said policies having been written
?u ?he life of the late Rev. Robert
B. Perry, deceased. Said minors also
have nndivided interests in two tracts
of land situate in the counties of. Fairfield
and Chester containing .in the
aggregate about ux hundred acies,
and of the estimated value of about
twenty-five hundred dollar?, aiicr alsd
interests iu certain lauds iu the State
of Florida tin nnrr>ber of acres a^ul- i
ranTxrw Hereof ts rjoi dbflulteiy ?no"\Cr.
Tt.e suid petitions are .made op it?c.
ground ibaT 'no fit, competent'or re-,
sponsible person c'&u be fount! Wto
willing to assume the guardianship of <
said minor?. 1
EMMA S. PERRY,
October 5th, 1900. Petitions.
j. e. Mcdonald,
Attorney for Petitioner.
PRESTON RION, ;
AG-ENT FOR '
PaciGc Fire Insurance Company of s
New York. - jj
Glen Fall Insurance Company oil
New YorK. . j
Rochester German Insurance Cora- j
)&nv of Rochester, N. Y. ' ;: "#
Solicits share of public oaironage.
^nMmiiMrtTTrmn ? 1,1 J I IIW m n"i i~
k i; i-:! > as
r Our E-nti
: AN TILE (
iirr- nn -"I
nimm nmnn ^
m bevel \m *
BEVEL GEARS do not clog, break, catch
quent cleaning and adjustment. They always
The CHAIN needs more attention. It will
^ w * W ? T A v T ? 1?*
I STORMER and PE
jllgfc? represents the highest standards of both ch
wWf driven typse.
Send for Illustrated Boohtc' "Ontitigx.
Jordan & Davis, Agts., wi
Wg Hav? J3ough|t too
rqariy 0oods fop Oup
Stop? to Hold.
TO EARLY BUYERS WE WILL GIVE SPECIAL
PRICES,THIS IS TO BE A
. GKEAT SALE.
WE WILL NAME AS LOW A PRICE AS ANY
: STORE IN THE STATE.
THIS IS YOUR
The Caldwell Dry Goods Company,
we 1 iave jmohnlr racffli
Recently added a new
leparlment to our line of "Hardware,'
which consists of , .
The best life insaraoce in the world
CROCKERY, lis a pecan ?rove. That kind of an
insurance company never bankruptp.
as well ^e fre<^ are DOt SQ^ject 10 disease,
and ^re said to live 600 years. It is
>' money well inve?ttjd that would be
FINE CHINA 1 hard for the boys to throw away. Single
tress have been known to produce
GLASSWARE, more than $40 worth of nuts in a year.
The rnts have never been a drag on
CUT GLASS the market. Bamberg Nurseries, IJ. J
& Otis Brabham, proprietors. Bam
md a number of novelties along this ba,ve ,!3?se lrees ror sa!ejDe>
Their 1900 catalogue 13 now ready and
The attention of the ladies especially ca" be had for the asking. It describes
a invited to this department, which is arid prices their stock of fruit atul
n charge of Miss Laura Gerig. shade trees, roses, evergreens, vines,
Come early and make your selection. et<;' .
Mention this paper when you write.
J. W. SEIGLER 106^ .
y y?aps ir\ <Busir|GSS w
STOCK OF GOODS Arl
re Stock to tb.e Peopl
i TCI r\TX LT A T T71
lvi n ur
2ND. NO APPR
^ n.r\r\nQ Qm n AA/Tl
jU. I uviJU V V 1J
cill be JStriotly Adliere
COMPANY. T. H. KE
things nor need fre- f jfl
run the same. Isl j
run well if properly rW |
ainless nnd chnin- J U |
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nnsboro, S. C.
Oqe of tl^e Lapg
/-lorel'i ar) di se
A PORTION OF T
Q. D. Williford
Consisting of DRY GOODS,
SHOES, and all classes of g<
The:?e goods must be con
order that the heirs may get'
This is the greatest opportunity
the surrounding country to buy
All parties indebted to said
and settle at once.
T Tv. Min
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Costs gh!j 25 ceafs 2
^>%$&&&?& Or mail 25 ccnts toC. J. i
ALL PARTIES INDEBTED TO;
the firm of Gerig c Seigler will please : .
oay op promptly to Mr. J. W. Seigler. j
If said debts are not paid by October j
15th tbey will be put in toe hands of jmy
attorney for collertion. . . <1
MARYS. GERIG, " Jh
Administra'rix of'Esiale of F. Gerig, j
deceased. ' 9-25 4' \
MONEY TO LOAN j
On Improved Farms secured by first
mortgages. Interest 8 per cent. Tn
sums not ie?s tb&n $500, 3 to 8 years.
No commissions. Borrower pays acaal
A & W. P. 0??&LASS,
Winnsbor?, S. S.. j
r B. PALMEfl & i>?N, !.:
11-26 Coluwkia, S C. j
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fc? Ui JT a-11 IXC
NOT BE E:
IN STOCK. .
"rr\n a ttt tr*
1 1 U JL.1^ ^ X . |
$1.25 per Bushel. . ^
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M.W.UOty 6L uo
V FRJCANA will core Ccnrtipation ?d
* 4* ? wcmdgrfal'Liver Me?iicfaw. Trr 8t>
r SALE. j
[est Stoel^s of J|
3 iq tl^e Uptpy.
UK FSTATE OF
NOTIONS, CLOTHING, |
Dods kept in an up-to-datt
vertea into casn <u uuw m
their portion of said estate.
ever offered to the people of
[ estate will please call and
ma ugh., I
IT'S s Allajs f rrlbtloB, Aids Dipslfe
g xa Regulates the Bovrtk,
g /S Strengthens the Child*
1 If Hakes Teething Easy.
de?> i & TEETHINA Relieves the &/? !
' TroubJes of ChSdraa of
? Druggists, any age.
WIOFFETT, M. D? ST. LOUIS. Ma
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