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WS AND HERALD,
PUBMSHED TM- WEEKLY
I EWS AND HERA LD COMPANY.
rERas, IN ADVANCE:
Ore Year, - - $3.00
six months. - - - - 1.50
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Tuesday June 28. - - - 1898
THE PEOPLE MUST PAY FOR IT.
From and after next Friday, the
first day of July, the people of the
United States will begin to pay war
taxes. The war has been costing at
the rate of about a million do?lars a
day, and the Government has pro
vided a revenue law to raise a part of
the;expenses.
The aet goes into effect from and
after next Friday,. and fall' to com
ply with its termsa y give riis to
verysgnifs~ consequencss. Many
people will not see a copy of the law,
and in order that they may know in a
general way what are taxed, we shall
give a brief summary, selecting those
features of the law which will most
likely concern our own people.
Bankers, using or employing a
capital not exceeding $25,000, are re
quired to pay a tax of $50; wben
using or employing a capital exceed
ing $25,000, two dollars for every ad
ditional thousand in excess of $25,000.
Surplus shall be considered a part of
the capital.
Commercial brokers are taxed
twenty dollars. By commercial broker
- is meant,every person, firm or com
pany whose business it is as a broker
to negotiate sales .or purchases of
goods, wares, produce, or merchan
dise, or negotiate freights, &e.
It is a matter of practical importance
to know how much in stamps, and what
papers are required to be stamped.
The best'thing to do when you have
any business transaction is to examine
the act itself, or consult some one
competent to advise you. We give
- the following however for general
information:
All bonds, debentures, or certificates
of indebtedness issued after the Arst
of July by any association, company,
or corporation, on each hundred dol
lars of the face value or fraction
thereof ,'five cents; and on all sales,
or agreement'to sell, or memoranda
of sales or deliveries or transfers of
shares or certiicates of stock in any
association, company or corporation
whether shown upon the books of
such association, company, or cot po.
ration, or by any assignment in blank,
or by arqy dellvery, or by any paper
kc., on each hundred dollars of the
face value or fraction thereof, two
-- - ..cents. TMedast-would seem to In.
cduds the deposit .of certifleates of
stock as collateral security for the
payment of a debt.
- ofBank checks, drafts, pr cerLificates
ofdeposits not drawing interest, or
order for the payment of any sum of
money, drawn upon or issued by any
- bnk trstcompany, orany persons,
companies, Crz corporations at sight or
- on demand, two cents.
Bill of exchange (inland), draft,
cettaeof deposit drawing interest,
ororder for the paymernt of any sum
of money, otherwise than at sight or
on demand, or any promissory note
except bank notes issued for circula
tion, and for each renewal of the
same, for a sum not exceeding one
hundred dollars, two cents; and for
each additional one hundred dollars
or fractional part thereof in excess of
one hundred dollars, two cents.
Bonds, for indemnifying any person
or pensons, firm, or corporation, for
the payment of any sum ii' money, or
for the due execution or i'-- formance
of the duties of any office or position,
and to account for money rsceived,
and all other bonds of any description,
except such as may be required in
legal proceedings, fifty cents. All
deeds, instruments or writing, where
by any lands, tenements, or other
reatty sold shall be granted, when the
consideration o'r value exceeds one
hundred dollars and not over five
z . hundred dollar., fifty cents; and for
each additional ire hundred dollars
or fiactional part thereof in excess of
fie hundred dollars, fifty. cents. o
Lease, agreement, Imemorandum, o
contract for the rent of land, or tene
ment-when for not exceeding one
year, 25 c; when for more than a year
- and not exceding two ~years, fifty
cents; when for mere than three Tears,
Mortgages of lands -or personal
property, deeds of trust kc., intl~ed
to secure any definite and fixed sumi,
on one thourand dollars and not ex
ceeding one thousand five hundred
dollars, twenty-five cents. All trans
foe or assignments of a mortgage,
lease, or policy of insurance, or the
renewal or continuance of any agree
~> \ ment, contract or charter, a stamp
duty is required and must be paid at
7~ Athe same rate as that imposed on the
';J ~ original instraDWst. Power of at
torney, to- selt lands &c., twenty-five
Gcents.
Protest of netes, .bills of exchange,
taccptance, check or draft, twenty
~4cents.
~ruo paper can be recorded or regis
K ~ ~ ed, if such paper is required by law
~vrcuz1x8e.stamped, and such paper or
Sold olefteanf not be used in evidence
gist,Winns stamped.
'iMW~ER i EyRY.
Evidence on Which the Accused Were
Held for Trialfor Murder.
Greenvzlle News.
Newberry, S. C., June 24.-The
defendants charged with the murder
of Lovet Williams, a negro woman at
Pomaria in 1895, were given a pre
liminary hearlug before Magistrate
S. S. Cunningham on yestereay.
Owing to the absence of Solicitor
Sease, Cole L, Blease appeared for the
State, while the defendants were rep
resented by Hunt & Hunt and J. Y.
Culbreah and Senator Ragsdale, of.
Winnsboro, the latter for two Fair
fie:d men.
The warrant charges W. T. Hatton,
Adam L. Aull, Albert F. Riser, Jim
Blair, Robert Blair, East tFulmer and
Wash Wicker with the murder of one
Lovet Williams, at or near Pomaria,
in Newberry county, in 1895.
Owing to the fact that this affair
has created a great deal of interest
the magistrate's small court room was
crowded with people who seemed to
be eagerly- expecting some startling
disclosures to be made.
Mr. Blease says that the reason he
examined so few of the State's wit
nesses was simply to bring out enough
evidence to make a probable case and
hold the 'defendants without making
known to the defense the character of
the evidence the State's side had in its
possession.
It may prove best for these defend
ants, five of whom are prominent
white men, charged with-such a grave
offense that the case has been sent to
the sessions court, where they will
hava a full investigation, and if the
evidence the State is holding biek is
no stronger than that brought out at
the preliminary yesterday they will
have very little trouble in being vindi
cated and acquitted of the crime
charged against them. At the be
ginning there was a little tilt between
the lawyers on the question as to the
prisoners pleading to the warrant.
The attorneys for the defense insisted
there was no law to require them to
plead, and Mr. Blease said there would
be no hearing unless some answer was
set up to the warrant. After some
discussion Mr. Ragsdale said the de
fendants wore not guilty, and this was
taken as a sufficient plea to the charge
and the case proceeded. The follow
ing is an exact transcript of the - testi
mony:
By Mr. Blease: D. A. Livingston
sworn, says: Lived on 8th January,
1895, at 'omaria. Went over to Pros
perity on or about that date to have
work on teeth. Didn't do anything
much that day. Went with Hatton,
Aull, Riser to-Prosperity-W. T. Hat
ton, Adam Aul!, Albert Riser, the
two Blairs (defendants), East Fulmer,
Wash Wicker. Went to Kibler's office
and had teeth fixed. They were hunt
ing Williams. woman, who had stolen
some stuff from Mr. Blair. I had
seen her at Pomaria day before dressed
in si.lk. They found where she was
and went and got her. Tied her and
carried her and put her in buggy and
carried her to Pomaria. Saw her in
buggy with Aull and -Riser sitting on
her lap or she was on their lap. Went
to Pomaria with them. Treated her
as kind as could. Didn't mistreat her.
She asked to stop and got out of the
buggy and Wash Wicker followed and
out a cedar switch and cut her over
back. Aull, Hatton, Fulmer saw this
done. They had charge of her but
let her step to one side. Didn't see
her at Pomaria.
No cross-examInation.
Redirect: This was in Newberry
county, State of South Carolina. Have
never seen her since and' would not
know her if I[would see her.
By Mr. Blease:
L. L. Bolick sworn, says: Live at
Ridgeway, this State. Was constable
for trial justice in 1995. Knew woman
named Lovet Williams. Never had
warrant in my hands. Ther. was
warrant for her for breaking in Robt.
Blair's house. Warrant was placed in
R. T. Blair's hand, but not directed to
him to serve. Do not know of my
own knowledge what became of war
rant. Mr. Blair did not tell me he
served warrant, but said woman had
been arrested. Could not tell whether
she was ever -brought before any trial
justie-not 'while I was present. My,
duty to- bout there when trials are'
had, arid if she was ever brought there
don't know it. Lovet Williams had
cooked for Mr. Blair, but when house
was broken in Mr. Blair was not at
home. Lovet Williams had been about
there about month or six weeks.
Never have seen her since.
-yMr. Rsgsdale: She was a stran
ge around Ridgeway. Had no peo
pl aroud there. Had only been there
moth or six weeks. First place sbe
worked was at Robert Blair's.
By Mr. Blease:
P'olly Sligh sworn, says: Lived in
January, '95, in Newberry county,
near Pomaria. Heard some hollering
around my house 1895. Can't tell
what time of year it was. Heard some
one holler murder three times. Can't
tell whether man.or woman. Beard
shooting-pistols-not far from creek.
Mr. W. T. Hatton came to my house
after shooting, called out Joe, my
husband, and asked* if he saw any
woman pass. Joe said no. I live two
miles from Pomaria. Mr. -Hatton
came- to izy house about 11 o'c!ock.
Hadn't long ate supper when I heard
noise, but when Mr. Hatton came had
supper good smart while. From my
house. shooting -was up towards rail'
road. Cane on each side of railroad
thik. Didn't see anybody else. I[n
the evening saw buggy pass my house
with two men in it in road toward
field-not public road. Couldn't tell
who they were. After shooting never
heard anything mote. Have never
talked to Mr. Hatton since.
Tue State closed testimony.
Magstrate Cunningham said at the
conclsion of the argument: "I would
like to say that the attorneys for the
defendants do not think there is a
probable cause of guilt, but I do think
there is a probable cause of guilt, and
therefore I send the case up."
The defendants, through their attor
neys, gave notice they would make ap
plication for bail, and it seems from
the evidIence so far adduced they
should have little trouble in secnring it.
1(ow to Look Good.
Good looks are really mare than skin
deep, depending entirely on a healthy
condition of all the vital organs. if
the liver be mnactive, you have a bilious
look; if your stomach be disordered,
you have a dyspeptic look; if your
kidneys be aff'ected, you have a pinched
look. Secure good health, and you
will surely have good looks. "Elec
tric Bitters" is a good Alterative and
Tonic. Acts dire.ely on the stomach,
liver and kidreys, purifies the blood,
cures pimples, biotcbes and boils, and
gives a good complexioL. Every bot
tle guaranteed. Sold at McMaster
o.s d,rug tare 50 cents per b9Atle.5,
ANQOl.
WE ArE ASSER IN THI
THE EXCLUSIVE U: OF THI
"prrCHER'S CASTMIA" As
I, DR SAMUEL FTCHER,
was the originator if " CA
has borne and does nu bear
the fac - simile signature of i
This is the original "CA STO l
the homes of the 4othfs of Ai
LOOK CAREFULLY at th
the kind you have alwa,# bough
and has the signatre oo
per. No one has authity fr
The Centaur Company, hic
March 24,1898.
Do not endanger the,life
a cheap substitute w ' Sc
(because he makes a ew r
gredients of which ev n h
"The Kind You a
BEARS T ,E S
IiisistOf
.Th Kind That
'IC CENTAUR COMPANY. MU
"'HOBSON'S CHOICE."
.iew York World.
Whenever the question What is
be done for Hobson? is put to t
proper officials at Washington,
reply has invariably been: "We
waiting to find out from him what
wants."
That is, a hero is to be requested t
put a price on his heroism, to estimat
carefully the worth of his own gal
lantry.
At first glance the proposal seem
generons. On second thought it be
gins to take on an aspect of sordi
vulgarity. It invites Bobson to ma
a second self-sacrifice by modestl
asking for some very little reward
day off "to see his Belle Aurore,s
perhaps. Or it compels him to pud
himself forward as a conceited hero
who thinks he ought to have the earthr
and the moon also as a reward.
That is, the officials at Washingtou
hreaten this hero with a true prover
bial "Hobson's choice"-a choice 0?
vils, a choice that is no choice at alL.
Clearly, the only way in which thisl
atter of just recognition can properly
.nd decently be left to Hobson is by
arranging twyo distinct. and definite'
chemes of promotion and lotting him
choose between them.
And incidentally it may be well to
emark that the World has informationl
of the plana of certain enemiee of
[obson at Washington, and that they
will only make trouble for themselves
fthey insist upon the proverbial
Hobson's choice" instead of an hon
est, generous American choice for
[obson. Perhaps the officials who are
ow bein.g deceived by these same in
triguers will realize from this hint
hat sort of business they are in dan
ger of aiding.
There is more Catarrh in this section
of the country than tall other diseases
put together, and *until the last few
years was supposed to be incurable.
For a great many years doctors pro
onced it a lo~cal disease, and pre
scribed local remedies, -and by con
stantly failing to cure with local treat
ment, pronounced it incurable. Science
has proven catarrh to be a constitu
tonal disease and therefore requires
onstitutional treatment. Bali's Ca
tarrh Cure, man'ifactured by F. J.
Cheney &i Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the
only constitutional cure on the market.
It is taken internally in doses from 10
drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly
on the blood and mncous surfaces of
the system. They offer one hundred
dollars for any case it fails to cure.
Send for circulars and testimonials.
Address,
F. J. CHIENEY & CO;
Toledo, 0.
grSold by Druggists, 75c. *
Easiy,Quickly, Permanently Restored
Sickness VErosoYut orOErTIi solgeitha
Price 50c. an.d sI; 6 boxes $5.
srength.- will give strength.and tone to every Dart
and effec: .zrr:erm.neut cure. Cheapest and biest.
zoo Pills S:. by :mi-.
FR EE-A battle of the famoous J'Spanese Lit'e
Pellets will be given with a Sr box or muore of ?Isg
netic Nerine. tree, Sold only by
J. J. OBEARI, Druggist,
,Winnsboro, S. C.
Sheriff's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIEFIELD.
B virtue of authority vested in me,
I have levied upon and will sell
o the highest ca;h bidder, before the
Court Hlouse in Winnsboro,. on the
IRST MONDAY IN JULY next, ihe
following doscribed trasta ot land
sold under the act referring to delin
qunt taxes:
SCHCoL DISTRICT N;o. 4.
Estate of Mary R-nines, 196 acres.
North by R1. A. Patrick ; east by R. A.
Patrick; south by W. A. Smirh; west
by Jno M. Smi:h.
sCHOOL DISTRICT KO. 20.
J. W. Powell, 225 acres. Bounded
by lands of Mrs. I. N Withers, Mrs.
Jinoch, estate of I. T. Gladden and
Mrs. Pow ell.
614td R. B. ELLISON, S. F. C.
To Cure Constipation Forever.
LETTER
rHERS.
COURTS OUR RIGHT TO
WORD "CASTORIA," AND
)UR TRADE MARK.
of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
ST 0 R I A," ihe same that
on every
SIA" which has been in
nerica for over thirty years.
e wrapper and see that it is
on the
wrap
m me to use my name except
Chas. H. Fletcher is President.
L .
Deceived.
of your child by accepting
me druggist may offer you
tore pennies on it), the in
e does not know.
Pe Always Bought"
IGNATURE OF
Having
rever Failed You.
RAY sTREST. NZsW YORK CITY.
Horses,
Mares
and
Mules.
10 GOOD YOUNG MULES.
5 COMMON AGED GO O D
WORK MULES, all broken, sound
and straight.
2 GOOD SADDLE HORSES.
2 GOOD MARES, young and well
broken.
Also a few PLUG HORSES and
a few PLUG MULES.
Iwill sell the above stock cheap for
cash or on time until fall on good
sper; or I will exchange any of them
,r broken down stock. One good,
vy team of mules. h'' e
COWS.-I still hv e
,)and and will sell them or exchange
-g for dry cattle. L willj uay.i&
h hest cash price for slet of youngr
r cattle, that will d~ to pastnre, at
SWILLIFORD.
PROPRIETOR.
$bmething.
to Please You.
SWhen you cannot decide
what to drink,
--TRY
Red
fIDesina Orange.
Chette 1Ripe,
Cherry Ice.
'Gangerfne.
--AT
oSIA J.OBER'
FOUNTAI N.
DR. J. B. BROOKS,
Late physician izi charge of the Keeley
Institute at Hot Springs, Ark.,
and the Tri-Elixiria Remedy
Co., Memphis, Tenn.,thas
opened a private insti
tute at Hot Springs
for the treat
ment of
Ccci!e lahit,
And all diseases thit come to
this -great health resort, such
as rheumatism, neuralaia, in
somnia, nervons, blood, liver,
kidney and stomach c o m
plaint*.
His home treatmer.t for the
whi-key and drug habit can
be se. t to any address. Cor
respoden~ rce solicited and con
fidential.
tyRefere.ces: Aniy banker or city
oiilof Hot Springs. 121
Chihstca' E.nglish Dizimond Brane.
ENNYROYAL PILLS
4
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
[Candid t4 P.rds $5 cash, without
ny exception wnatsoever.]
FOR PROBATE JUDGE.
I hereby announce myself as a can
Iidate for re-election to the office of
Fudge of Probate; subject to the Dem
>cratic primary.
S. R. JOHNSTON.
I hereby announce -myself a candi
late for the office of Prohate Jl udge
for Fairfield Count-, subject to the
action of the Democratic primaries.
JNO. J. NEiL.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA'T IVES.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election to a seat i; the
House of Representatives from Fair
field County; subject to the acti.>-' of
the Democratic primaries.
J. G. WOLLING.
I offer for re-election to the Gc::era
Assembly, subject to the action of the
Democratic primary.
R. A. MEAI;ES.
The friends of Mr. E. B. RAGSDALE
respectfully nominate him for the
House of Representatives, subject to
the Democratic primary.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for election to the General As
sembly, subject to the primary.
J. B. MORRISON.
The friends of Capt. W. J. Josr
SON respectfully place him in nomina
tion for the House of Representatives,
subject to the result of the Democratic
primaries. 3 -
The friends of Hon. R. Y. LEMMoN
announce him for re-election to the
General Assembly, subject to the Dem
ocratic primaries.
COUNTY TREASURER.
I hereby announce myself a car:di
date for Treasurer of Fairfield County,
subject to the action of the Demccratic
primaries.
W. W. CROSBY.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Treasurer of Fairfield County,
subject to the action of the Dmo
cratic primary or primaries.
HUGH S. WYLIE.
The friends of Mr. J. R. CUtRL.E
present his name to the voters of Fair
field County as a candidate for Connty
Treasurer, subject the result of the
Democratic primaries.
COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for County Supervisor of Fair
field; subject to the action of the
Democratic primaries.
JNO. A. STEWAR T.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election to the offce of
County Supervisor of Fairfield County,
subject to the action of the Democratic
primaries.
. B. G. TENNANT.
For the office of Supervisor of Fair
field CQunty, I hereby announce my
self a candidate, subject to the action
of the Democratic party as expressed
through the primary election or elec
tions.
S. B. CRA WFORD.
I he:eby announce myself a candi
date for the offce of County Supervisor
for Fairfield, subject to the action of
-he Democratic prmary election.
G.Y. LANGFRD.
self a candidate, subject to the action
of the Democratic primaries.
J. B. BURLEY.
I hereby announee myst f as a ean
didate for the office of Supervisor for
Fairfield County, subject to the action
of the Democratic primary or prima
ries. T. C. LEITNIER.
COUNTY AUDITOR.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election to the ofihe of
County Auditor, subject to the action
of the Democratic primaries.
J. L. RICHMOND.
The many friends of J. A. B&LEN
TNE announce him .as a candidate for
the offce of Auditor for Fairfield
County, believing that he will success
fully fill the same if he is elected.
COUNTY SUPT. EDUCATION.
I hereby announee myself a candi
date for the offce of County Superin
tendent of Education for Fairfield
County, subject to the action of the
Democratic primaries.
T. 1. BOULWARE.
The~ many friends of Mr. D. L.
STEVENSON respectfTully nominate hiii
for re-eleetion to the offce of Superin
tendent of Education, believing that
the improved condition of the publiic
schools is conclusive proof that he is
Ihe right man in the right place; ab
ject to the action of the Democratic~
party.
The friends of Mr W. LEON Ros
BOROUGH present his name to the Dcm-.
ocratic voters of Fairfield County as
a candidate for .the ofie of Co;unty
Superintendent of Education. Mr*.
Rosborough is an experienced teacher
and his friends Lelieve that his nouni
nation would be a wise selection.
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