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NT. T-41 'If I V4tA I
NEWS AND HE~RALD).
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Ali1 articles jdr pani- a I, ae
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A.~!l comnmientasons--'itra u
local-should .e atldre.d t.- T
Ews AND 1IERAtmLD C 0.
W. D. DOUGLASS, L,.; 'o".
A1s. Q. D.Avis, Treasure:.
TW. J. ELLIoTr, Businc. ManaLir
Szttirdai. October S, : >
Report on Education.
The majority report on e LuCtiol,
prepared, it is said principa1v by Mr.
Julian Alitchell, of Charleston, is very
good, &nd reads very much !ikc a
constitutional provision. This is as
important a pice of work as thr cen
vention will have to hand:e, and ore
that the propie zat lirge are perhaps
m 1re intcres:ed in than wn other.
S mue v-ry imprtan12t chages~1 in !h
1:. V L sggst , :d ali: of0 a :
the riao, e
SecCon 1 retal-s th onze o
itnntof Eleon S. :
vides for the eAee.iun er ry f r
of Cuntv Schoo m
Sec. ' requires th:t the Gem: A
scm!bv shall provlide f r -o fun
thin those derived fromn xe.d ! t*
with which- to pLy the 3:,l:ri] of the
State. Saperintendent of E d en
County Schoo! Comnnissi>::
County Treasurers That i.t:
all funds levird fvr s cl
are to go to the sc 6-o-s S 4c .n
of the best, creates a Stac nr ol
Education. co-posed lla thGoVtero'
and the State Sue in:.c:! i t of E.d
cation, theC headsofhei bisi
the branches of the Stat:e University:
and the President of Clemssu College,
and the General A\s-ebly ;:ayad
others. Sec. 5 enon upo: :hc G::c
ral Asse:nbly to j p:vde for a liberal
system of free pulcscoi for :l
cbi'dren betwcen'( Ga::d 1 ye vrs ol
age, 'ont mnem:alv dh-abled." 1:e
sec. 6, the emntty boards of com:.
sioners shall lev, three mi!! on th
dollar 'annually u:Xn al to:aic
propecrty in thneir rescurCCie co-m:s
for school purp~oses and al-o ai :;oi I a
of one dollar, which fandi- tha!!ea
*portior.ed among the sevealscoo
districts in propot io: to the .; e
of pupils enlrolle2d. It is a's prode
in hSec. 6 that whenc-ver, a:g the
next ensuiZ g fiscal y\ A:-,l :
levied * **s:a!! n>t id an
amicunt ((ju.1 to three dar. p:r~
*capita of the number os pui. enrlied
iii the pu'tbiic seh>ols oA each e -may
for the scholastic 'ear c::ding Ue:u!c:r
3i, -1894, * the Cmtok
General shall f.. t:e aforesaid thre
next ensuing fls.: yearts L:v an a.:
ditional annual tax oni the taxable
property of the State suficient to
mnake. up such deficieuicy and apportion
the same upon the countics of the
State in proportion to the r-e-pective
deficie~nsie's. therein." Sec.~ 7 reads:
"S~eparate schools shall be provided
for- children of the white and colorcd
races." "Sec. 8 makes it manda'orv
and the Generd Assemnbh- i a tArrb
rt quire d to n-:...ntain Clemnson~ Col
-and tl.e State University, imy
create scholars.hips then~ in..e.
forbids the State c,r any E)f s -
divisions from using funids iss i b.
taxationi in aid of any schoolmuii i
tuttionl in anyv way IonnIcCeCK wVna
ehurch, or religicus Ir.U:zatIo::
L nu.ar Sec. 1.., M. ;.reflts:aiz b
th: State fromn the sa:eC or :!nef:
the sale of a!ChlieL liqu : '- , -ti:
c'uding~ S> much l th.rof as iso
may:~ here::f:er be al.>ne bC I a t
go to the counties :tnd mii a l1
of tj e State," ;:-e t-> Le b:v;:,:d i.
tio:ted amfongi the c:t.umies in p:-opur
t ion to the z.umbe-r of pupils e::r::l P i
WE IIAVE A GOOD EXtrIbmT.
A. Regoicr reporter was talk. o:
gen?tleman at the Union D.epot ye-t
dayt afternloon who had ju-t re turned
.om a lhort visit to the Ats:rta Ex- -
-iin andi when asked aboutd
SoutLh C.ai olina exhibit, lhe re-pie ':
the State had no reas-.n :o u ' asa-'i'
of her exhibit at the far T 10I e
ress of what th:s State l:aa in At t!n:
i(due inl theC malin to t!.e efio:-s
Commntissioner Roch- who ha-be
untiring in his effli:o make 1- it
suiccess and mn th :- lne hehc o
fai:ed. sunother er ofc t-e I::n
contributions leave Satrda '::d whe
evr ingi put in shlape thi seu
Carolina room will be c'as d m:
the flue-t On the groun1d-.
'Thie genleman 'enie rJ thcs
repoi ts that vi-i:ers i.nid be g.m *t
by-the hotels, and . a.s th.a tc e 'mo
rlati6ns can be .)(eured fro -5 eet.
ti $15 per da:y. I.: i-tre 'the '-:r
car fare has been ra 'ise to t.ne- .
buit t~o otheCr eilbris are.2:. e:
get the people's mnoey unja ly.
Many visit.i? e-to a.r-::.y co:ning~
a::1 Zoin1 th?o':h 12' i ar.-- er' ds
wIth begin t0 ':i' n:I *'-i Ii' '?tter
pa o.f this mou)n: r. It
Eetdache stopp)ed in 2M inutes &D
- Y ShA at. 1
atarcher it m:ciein
a %or.- at r n
. 1 V - b5
.'ND II - 0
ca-= 1 V0 q A011
it ..hv k 2 in
i am tqWv :wu
.oked Bt - Q3 1 c a tha
otranry, -.%-II i!x
ho t im av fnr
-ok e. few Ad face: Ir c " 1
It Tclil - u e ke
mhe at of Alv1n'."to 1" T. I r
aco erA soi - n t 1W Avj 'ius
I Ptuin,. th we en ni:
blood.:I: o c&d > NV "':
r;ainng xv.f ' -: th, nrb 0 a :n-c
co' und't, omK !'Y to An carA lleW
V::eI.td 0'cas::n IILetr wc were
had -s: bu n az- frn! a
elti-. c e I
h1 : prl10eZre n y Z1 e:-r,
NA -L l
I - e
. .l . ,I V . *I, .. , .- - -
W .l in .. Ca e 4 L s - ...C- A - 4.t A t z
had been eea otecaR :s
t -. - " :(ta .
slE IOII '0'. C. li
n. d d ie ,,. - . ,. - - - :i-i,'.
I :xe ~ .'' . - a',
mici:.~,$no t . t e .- Ve e
6 tI , ' s - , * . - ." t ? 5
si d Mr."E"'.""i *:tbb w!!:' m
. . .. ,.,u UV ,c m
aimer upu .h scne. ed m c:
una ue :2 : .iaC:n rn
. Lt t .A ' - 0
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for infants z
Bntenm 's Drops, Godfrey's C'
most rcmedi;s for chiU.n are
D YO1 K.3w that opium and morpi
Do Ye. K.ow that in most countries
wi t hu>iLC thema po1sons ?
Do You -Z_o--- that you should not
uless you or your physician know of what it
r.o Yan Know that X:. ii a pu
it; ingredients is published wvi! bottle
1o You KXnew that c:e::.. : t the p:
That it has 'ncu in us3 for n 1ar 1-"y yeZ
of a!i other remedies for chldre: cumbined ?
D You Know that the Patent OM]
o:her co;ntrics, hav assuad exelusive right 1
.Czstori:." a.d its formula, and that to i
Do TYou Know that one of the reaso
becauso Castoria had been proren to be als
Do You Know that U5 averag,
cc::s, or one cent a dose ?
Do You Know that when possessed
be vept wet, and that you may have unbrokc
We. those things are worth loa
chir en r fOr 1
Per onl l.s' nm x2n'.' h
ean the :a: vm aimn X f'- n
I. ind those who are "o'd siagr
I who ae endowed with invimeibi
i RI hum. are able i> rccive i
(0.'OAi1, the Iri- 'pa:rlut, wa
eAt 'cd ih!, Ii .,garmn? wh'en 1H
was Cv;nin tribute froi ''lie fines
n a rv~in he World," to bring abou
h it he considered their lasting bene
. e, wi!h O'Conuell, abuse wa
i n"estlion of give and take. Prodigva
Ic'- im seflsClf, he cotud resent it. I
'e wvho called the Dnke of Wel
"u a s:nted crporal' and h
uset of Commons clgs:ribec
.. -d anlley as ''a creature ha]
t, half manac,"/ and "'a bloatet
Ti:e perr on vexed hy such billings
. flu Osess the philosophy oI
a.Lmis Courier who when similari:
a Fre:nch pro fessor, quiet],
V -.r" he must be vexed. 1l1
-. p :-ouer, forger, leper, tmadiuar
~o ib!. , lthy, grimacing rag-picket
.ather ,that lie wants to say. ii
a Pt: ththe and I are not of thi
-u:.1 e onion. and this is his only wae
f flu, 'ng it.'-- Fl/is Companion.
"emi v ur addres; to ii. E. BuckWen d
:. ::-a,and get a free sample box a
Jr lvsNew Life Pills. A t:mil wit
r.ite U ou f their merits. 'These pill
reen~naction and are particuilart
: LLt-e CnIleInr 01' Co:stiupationt ani
a he n - -me. 1 y dontwa
U .o't. bu by ) giv i ton
I; 'i''''u :: i c2t.
ne aar /:r ::c.;er b:<, Sob
Fo over Fifty Years
-ue fin; '' r chlde wInh- t.
to Dia-rho. It wl reev the poor lit.
.ie su;te.er inmati . Sold by Diui
:sineve.y na:.o ~ word. Twenty-v
eeuns btt;e. [Se sure and ask 1"
c Assurance A
-X-ssran ante 9
re. et o rthe r munity QfCt
Th a ths materoveare - fite
1: .- 11er's a Uisa
M .2 c', a:i thceoseoo
s. 3 L. eysr, iProretess.
Le...... d rSt., tanthe 0
. t o .0 mPter oveay, e
1The4ee. an4, ural *
You K ow that Paregoric,
rdia, many so-called Soothing 3yruPS, and
composed of opium or mor)hlir?
:ie are stupefying .arce3 lcroisons ?
truggists are not permit, to se:- z4rcotics
>erm!t any medicine to be given your child
ly vegetable preparation, and that a Ust cf
escription of the famous Dr. Samuel Pitchc.
rs, and that more Castoria is nOw sold than
co D(partment of the United States, and of
> Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word
atate them is a state prison offense?
i for granting this government protection was
doses of Castoria are furnis:ed for 35
of this perfect prepamtlon, your children may
ring. They are facts.
is on every
COUNTY TREASURER'S OFFICE.
WIxNSuoro, S. C., Sept. 30, 1895. s
Taxes for the fiscal year commenc
ing November 1, 1894, will be due and
pa)yble irom the 15th of October to
the 31st Drtnbera 1895.
The I -rY- state purposes is 41
millQ, *r u.Itv 44 mills, for defi
ciienc. 1)5 1. and for schools 2
m.Inill6. 11N k's total general levy of
10 1-15 mi1i I here is also a special
I IlevY o clioo. 4f 2 mills in the fol
lowi: SCi ,ul Oistricts: Nos. 1, 9,
I 10, 11, 12, i 1. 15, 17, 18, and a levy
:of 1 mii. i u.e same purpose in
All taxable polls are required to pay
one dollar each.
i IThe following kinds of fnd; only
are receivable for (axes: G old and
Ksilver coin, United States currency,
natInal bank notes, and coupons
which shall. become cdne and payable
during the year 1895 on the consohi
dated bonds of this State known as
"Brown B-mds," and the bonds of this
State known as "Ulue B3onds," and on
any other State bonds which may be
issed by authority of an Act of'the
General A ssembly, the coupons, of
which are by such Act made rece:va
ble for taxes.
The taxpayers will please remember
that the Treasurer will not, as hereto
fore, visit the ditIerent precincts of the
County to facilitate thec payment of
taxes,'the latv now niot authorizing it;
1T WILL ]E rEPARED) To RECEIVE
THE3I AT II1s OEFICE IN WIXNNBORO
-FROI TIE 15TIt OF OCTOBEH TO TIIE
3sT OF DECEMBER NEXT.
10-2-S3t County Treasurer.
If You Want to Know How
Good Buggies are Made,
Oar~ se.kt frameS are made of white
5!, 1inrroni.ghly glued together at corn
(rs :iut a symmetrical skirt cut onl
P';.njel are made oval by arranging
Itn. mrichine with a special rig we hv
gut up~, so that wh:en' the seat is
iuis?ed it presents a convex suirface,
thus causing the varih ) shoUw to
good advanta~ge, anid giving the vehicle'
at andsome apne'aranice. e cas are
thoroughly irotne~d to a piltie so that
they are all alike, and backs and tops
are inatercbangeable. The advantage
f this is that if von have one of our
buggies and want a cushionl, back or
top we can send roa.one :o fit. t>anels
are made of Bice Eid 3 Mou:i1tain
Or seats are,:l~ i .d. M
loore1 wih ai compe tc: c Co a
be pls. ed 1, h
Yorkville, S. C.
TheLeading Conservatory afk'.srcii ~
CAR FALT:rEN, DireCtor.
Fonndd in 1li3 by
. Torje- 1b O Q S '
Or.iInal mnd Or'y Gecnuine.
e'. ot'ist J i'f.' Iups '.'
s .d br r.. Locai brui;gi:a. j'L.. ia
DENT3 ST R
> v nrra'Jor.En AU~ ir )nD S
After the first rain is your L
time to sow
Red or Purple Top,
Red or Purple Top,
Red or Purple Top,
Large White Globe,
Large White Globe,
Large White Globe,
Ponieranian White Globe,
Pomeranian White Globe,
Pomeranian Vhite Globe,
Golden Ball, or
Be certain to call on ne be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
STATE OF SOUT ClionOMNA,
Town of vin;Sboro.
Be it enact'cd .nd ord-inied by the
Intendant anid 1: of the town
of Winnsboro in Uoniri nct av! by
the authority of -.1he a-n:
That al1 per)iii wwor, convicted
of viob;uinj anyx of the 'rdinances of
the two; of\ Winni,oro may be re
quied in theC d:-c cLtin ofth I Lnen
dait or. Connlj to dU harid !a'bor on
the creets of -'a' (own.
DoneC ill Cun.:j;U. thiC h 1..th day
of Sep:em r 189, anrd
.s 1 wi,h e oore Ce sel~ of
the townf aiil\xed.
JAS. W. !i\AAIIAN,
A t es : J. A. L!N.ANT, C:erk
Sircd by I nported Wash lllt PaNr
rot (which cost owner 62,000), I4M
ands high, jet black withL white points.
stylish, smooth, and] prprintl
made, will serve a limi~td number of
mares at myI pl!ace-"Kir'fil~d .Stock
TEMS ;$10.00 to insure (with foci
7.00season withont insturance
payable in advance,
5.00 sing'e service, pay
able ini advance.
W. D. DAVIS,
316 Monticello, S. C.
I '.WILL offetr for sale at public out
1. cry, before the Court Honse door
in Wiinsboro, S. C.. on the Iirst Mon
day in December (being the 2nd day),
between the legal hours of sa'e, all
that tract of land lying west from
Winnsboro, known as the Park, con
taing Twenty.two Acree, more or
lets, and bount d by lands oZ Dr.
'. B. Madlden, A. 1B. Cathcart and
The Councii reterre the right to re
ject any or all bids.
By order of Council:
9-4td J. A. IIINNANT, Clerk.
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Patents taken through ltunn & Co. Teceiv7
pecial notice in the Scientilic A meienna. anu
thus are broutht widely before the public with
out cost to the inventor. TIhis splendid paper.
issued weekly. elegantly illustrated,.has by far the
largest circulation of roy scientitle work in the
world. $3~ a year. baalie copies sent free.
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tiful plates, in colors, and photographs of new
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C00UMB.A FDIM LE COLLFGF,
(ottMu S. C.
Iull ektCie r.ndIl degrree cour se.
Fitcen De :ir:moe - f la-I natio!.
tirnishd corp nf Lectmuer,.. D)
l'. 011 w bichi '4.5.0 e.l xpend- d
thisvear imprev.ing arid en larging;
vel funiushed;l equippd w'th Ii.
Todnl i]~ applnei Labr t E
Sulli-I; Lirr und'lt.~ lkading Rooms
Cle-oe i' e w Cheic''l. at d P'hy
i-l ' d crpete an i ie 'd n ih Iai
,ot ar' cold bU. on e- v 11 or. h
wat: r hieai I . ek Sn i ' c lc ts:c
ndsril I" l e,i i'e't t.t b oard to
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* NOW READY. **
We have received and are now rea-iv to show our Fall and Winter goods.
e h8ve the laigest and most complete stock we have ever shown.
Our tock of Dress Goods is magnificent, comprisin a fine line of colors,
erges, F!ainel, Henriettas. Also the late-t novelties in Mohair, Silk and
001 mix;ures, and anl elegant line of Black Goods. The prices are filly one
iu th lower than over before.
Beautiful styles in zi!ki for Wailts. Si.ks for Tzimmings, Velvets, Jet Or
amens and Gymps
We bave a very 'large stock of all Domestic Goods, Satteen;, Pints,.
iugha-ns, B , alung, Canton Flannels, etc. All o tmon g->ods are advancing,
lt we canl give you low prices for we BOUGHr EARLY, and BOUGHT LARGELY.
We have U ei ape-t Fannels, Biankets, % ool Underv ear, etc., you have
L.enl s,Ince !rw aar. 6ee them and you will be convinced.
T-ere !a been -i big tru-t formned to put up the prices of leather and shoes.
Ve oogli our zhoes cariy and b mgit a very large stock, consequently we
ai of-r % ou a gre.t vait-rit, aod at lowest prives.
Our stor-k i; now ready for insp(ction. Miss Ketebin has been North and
,an ,,ive you 'he latest style,-. We have a large sto<.,k of the newest and meat
e--il able good;. We offer i ou the best work and lowest prices.
We want your trade and know that we can make it to your interest to
rade with us. We ofTr you the greatest variety to select from, polite and
mapable a'tenion and the lowest prices. Come and see us.
CALDWELL & RUFF.
Ow Dr. MiLIes' Nervine Brought One
of Kentucky's Foremost Busi
Is Men Back to Health.
I ~~ j,I ~
T- ~0 DISEh'SE ha ever presented so many peculiarities, deveioped at
\ many ag:rava.ing symptoms ..nd bafEed so many pr-,;ciafls at
LaG ~v :ir,. No disease leaves its victims so debilitated, usaless,
-sipeness, nerveless, as LaGrippe. It is a disease of the nerves. it
u e u te t.au, the vitality, the life-giving nerve force that feeds the brain
c:eaone remedy that will replace this worn-out tissue: that wi'.l re.
'~~iality and restore health. Read what Mr. D. W. Hilton, state
tii Mutual Life Insurance 0o., of Kentucky, one of the best known
~c an in thle south, and whose portrait appears above; says about how
D rervinc Riestored him to health when all else had failed.
n 35 and '90 1 had two severe attacks of LaGrippe, about a
..-... rvning between them, the last one cnnn me to my bed for
- ; and attacking my-nfervous systeim, with~ such gver',y ta-2 .:4y
; :aired of. I had not slept for more than two mon~i.ha e: a b
L r narcotics that stupefied me, but gave me no rest. For more Uian
c ag weeks I was only conscious of intense ment:al weakness, agonihing --
L.inand the fact that I was hourly growing weaker. __
nin this condition, it seemed like a providential circumstance that'I
learne - Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, for in two days after I commenced
using it. i began to improve and in one month's time I was virtually cure~d,
andi very much to the surprise of everybody who knew of my condition: for
none of them believed I would ever recover. I have been in excellent health
since and have recommended your remedies to many of my friends, not Dae
of whom has failed to thank me for doing so, when I have met them again.
But the best remains to be told. Mrs. Hilton had suffered with severe
nervous troubles for thirteen years and had been treated by several physi
ean's, who stand high in their profession, without any perceptible improve
ment. Seeing how the Nervine bad so effectually cured me, she commenced
using it and is now in excellent health. We never fail to recommend it."
LoUISvILLE, Jan. 22, 1895. D.U W- HILTON-.
nS s' Nevn Restores
Ur fl __of le Health
RIDE A ST EARNS.
Ask any STEA RNS rider
hat he thinks of his
STEARNS riders are satisfied riders.
Join the ranks of STEARNS enthusiasts.
E. C. STEARNS & Co.,
Syracuse, N. Y.
W.~I D. GAS SH CO. mara