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NEWS AND HIFRALD.
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'NNSBORO, S. C.
Thursiy, December 15. 1898
The Treaty of Paris marks a new
departure in our national policy, and
it is such an inovation that the whole
theory of our government may be
changed by it. It may now become a
serious question whether indeed our
end shall be a Republic or an Empire.
At no time in the history of the conn
try was there greater need for far
seeing and able statesmen in Congress.
During the next few years, or per
haps for many years, we beJieve the
great struggle between the great po*
litical parties will be on the questions
growing out of the Spanish-American
war. The Republicans will naturally
as a general rnle align themselves
along the line of expansion and im
peria'ism. The cardinal doctrines of
the party logically lead them as an
easy 4t-p to this pxeition. The argu.
ment -hat "protection to infant in
dustries" naturally and logically leads
to paw nalism in all of its forms iE
now f.m;iiar to every reader who is
well i-formed on the fundamental
differerces between the Republican
and Dtnocratic partieS. Paternalism
as natorally and logically leads to the
new doctrines of 'expansion and im.
parialism as "protection for protec'
tion's sake" has led to governanental
bounties in all shapes. and forrms
Why should it not delight a Republi
can's beart, believing as he does in a
strong centralized government at
Washirgton, to contemplate the
Government at Washington ruling and
controlling the Phillipine- landi
thousauds of mi'is away, separated
from the seavof power by a great
expanse r.1water? Then too be sees
in it, 4portunity to rejoice that the
ideil of centralization is near at hand,
--beceante he sees the prospects of s
* larige standing army, the naturm
prodnct of centralization and a ne
cesity as well under such a policy, tc
say nothaing of a powerful navy.
But tce Democrat is more conserva
tive. Hie is slow, to invite a change,
He believes in every neighborhood
controliing and governing its owi
affairs just as far as possible, and he
suspects that every gain of power at
Washington is at the expense of his
liberty and right in his own neigh
borhood and State. He believes in the
citizen helping himself and that the
Government ought not to do anything
for the citizen that he can do for him
self. His faith being in local selt.
governmuent hie' is naturally opposd
to all forms of centralization and pa.
ternalism, and for these reasons
among others we shall not be sur
prised to find most Democrats opposed
to the new theories of imperialiam.
The averabe just ice-loving citizen
will doubt the righbt of this Govern
ment to take the Philipines, except
by the right that comes through force
and might. The relinquishment of
all sovtreignty by Spaina over Cubs
was the object of the war sought to
be accomplished, and no one outside
of a few ignorant Spaniards in Spain
ever doubted t'hat this would be ac
compl:ied when' this powerful coun
try undertook the joi>. It was pro
fessedly "a~ war for human-ty" and
nearly the whole civilbzed world ap
planded us when we 0 - ared that
barbariniy at our very do. - mulhsL be
stopped and Cuba is, and by right
ought tco be free and independent.
But now i.;toxicated with our victory,
we like t be triumphant political party
have gon;e into a game of grabbing all
of the snoisin sight.
* Why shonid we want the Philli
pines? Will they niot coat us more
than they will ever the worth to us?
Will the soiation in which we are
engaged pay un for the trouble ?
WE MAY BE BAFFY YET.
~ Newa ani Uomer.
A correspondent of the New York
Tisnes sa ye very truly that there is "ab
solutely no parallelism in the two
casea"-the annexation of Florida arnd
Louisiana' by the United States and
the prop' -ed annexation of the Philip
pine andi West Indian Islands. "Flor
ida and Louisiana were integral parts
of our :erritorv ;" "no rivers, no
deserts,. uo mountains, no natural
boundari s separated Florida and Lou
tsiana fromn our lande"-the new lands
which we have seized and would hold
are separated by great cceans and are
filled wit.. strange peoples having noth
ing in common with us in lan guage,
customs or laws. The Times corres
"Our Nation surely is going into
very deep water-; deeper than our
countrymen are aware of. During the,
last Presidential campaign the city of
San Fraxdsco was more than once
placerded with appeals for seoe'sion
from the sold bugs of the wicked East.
Not a ma:- who advocated free silver:
and 16 to 1 would have retased to vote
for secession if he could have hadi
opporuity, and now we propose to
create o new republic of the west-a.
new emoore for a coming Emperor--I
on the Pac Slope by the addition of
all islands of the oceau to the coass of
China, 'here dismemberment has
already began. Mighty vtsiens of
influence, and the final atbsorption of
every commercial enterprise and gain
for tb3 new Republic of the West! Is
'l this an impossibility? By no means,
and we are innocently undermining
our whole Federal system in one coin
"There is a 'Lost Cause' to be sure,
but is the sentiment of secession dead
and the vision of a republic in the
Sonth vanished? Cabo and Peurto
Rico (at our very door is the trite
saying) and Jamaica begging to come
in, and Santo Domingo opening up
another board field for the exercise of
national or in ternrtienal humanity
are these opportunities a temptation?
If there is to be a new empire in the
Far Weat, with its multitude of office;
to be fliled, from a President-Emperor
down to pages and marshals, why noi
anot her in the South, on the Gulf of
Mexico and the Atlantic Coast? Are
we heapinir up fuel for a greas confia
gration? But if two new republics of
the empire, why not another in the
North and Eami? A union of North
ern and E-tntern States with the Do
minion of :anarla would constitute no
mean; specimen of an imperial repub
lie, and it wou.l always be in alliance
with the mother country of both.
The great Middle States and the Mid
dle West would be left out in a cold
place, it is true, but they would soon
become .warm and not in perpetual
civil war, and surrounded by imperial
republics on every side."
We are opposed to the annexation
of foreign territory, and wars of con
quest, and entsngling alliances with
the otqer nations of the world, on
principle; and we are opposed to the
division of our own country into sepa
rate nations, or republics or kingdom;,
on principle; -but this is a very practi
cal age and if the fears of the Ttmes
correspondent could only be realized
we should probably be compelled to
take % prac'ical view of the situation,
"Be still, sad heart, and cease repic
Behind the clouds the sun's still shin
or words to that effect.
If there is to be a new empire in the
Far West, and a union of Northern
and Eastern States with the Dominion
of Canada, and perpetual civil war in
the Middle States and Middle West,
however sorry we might be for the
Canadians, manifestly it would be
necessary tor "the South" t.) take care
of itself. On seco i thought, there
really appears to be a good deal in the
Regardless of Age.
The kidneys are responsible for more
eickness, suffering. and deaths than
any other rgarsa of the body.
A majority of the4lls afflicting peo
ple to-day is traceable to kidney trou
ble. It prevades all classes of society,
in all climates, regardless of age, Eel.
The symptoms of kidney trouble
are unmistakable, such as rheumatism,
neuralgia, sleeplessness, pain or dull
ache in the bck, a desire to urinate
often day or night, profuse or scanty
Uric acid, or brick-dusi deposit in
urine are signs of clogged kidneys,
causing - poisoned and germ-filled
blood. Sotmetimnes the heart aches
badly, and tube casts (wasting of the
kidneys) are found in the urine, which
if neglected will result in Bright's
Disease, the most dangerous form of
All these symptoms and conditions
are promptly removed under the inlin
ence of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root. It
has a worid wide reputation for its
wonderful cures of the most distress
No one need be long without tit as it
is so easy to get at any drug store at
fitty cents or one dollar. You can
have a sample bottle of this wonderful
discovery, Swamp-Root, and a book
tellin'g all about it, both sent to you
absoln~elv free by mail. Send your
addrecs to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing
bamton, N. Y., and kindly mention
that you read tbis liberal offer in The
Neas and Heraid.
THE ,o-of Me.
GREAT a --
URENCH REMEDY produces the above result
n 30 days. ass2rvous DobSiity~ Jinpteup,
VainOcele, Peili:ng Mlemory. Stops ali drains and
:osses caused by earcrs of vouth. It wards off In
unity and Consumption. Young Men regain Man
:'ood and Old Men recover Youtbi:uI V~igor. It
ives vigor and size to shrunken organs, and Sts
-man fo'r business or marria~-. Easily carried is
.e vest pocket. Price fltT'6 Boxes $s.3C
ay mail, in plain pack- . a~10ge, with
wrten guarantee. DR. J R i~ RA,* Paris
Sold only by J. J. OBEAR, Drug
gist, Winnsboro, S. C.
i hee are fe omen as beau- *
i tiu as:Gey might be. Powder :
Sand paint and cosmetics don't *
a make good looks. Beauty is .
Ssimply an impossibility without
* health. Beautiful women are 0i
* few because healthy women are *
i few. The way to have a fair
U face and a well-rounded figure U
* is to take
I; IdieId's I
This is that old and time-tried
e medicine that cures all female U
troubles and weaknesses and *
drains. It makes no difference 3
* what the doctors call the trou- U
* ble, if there is anything the .
2 matter in the distinctly feminine:
e organs, Bradfield's Fe. ae
*male Regulator will help.i
3and cure it. It is good for ir
3 regular or painful menstruation;:a
* for leucorrhcea, for falling of the .
2womb, for nervousness, head- 2
3 acne, backache and dizziness. B
*Take it and get well. Then a
:your old-time girlish features :
and figure will bo restored.
*Sold by dragists for s$i a bottle. U
3 H BRADHELD REGULATOR CO..S
0 . ATLA~rl, GA.*
simitating th-rood andF-eguia.
- ing th5 tomchsand Bowels c
Opnun,Morphine nor E ea
'WOT NARjC OTIC.
Apegiab Rem'edy tff orA sfia
ridg tst. Stmsand.BcwrelS
ness andLosOF SLEEr
- TacSimile Signature of
XACT CopyOTI WAFP.R
There are few men more wide awak,
and enterprising than McMaster Co
who spare no pains to secure the be!
of everything in their fire for the
mnany customers. They now have t
raluable agency for Dr. King' s Ne
Discovery for Consumption, tDog
and Colds. This is the wonderfi
remedy that is prAncing such a fnr,
adi over the coutry by its many star
ling cares It absolutely cares A sthtm,
Bronchitis, Hoareness and all affectot
>f the Throat, Chest and Lungs. a
t aboverreare f e and ret a trial bo
:le free or a regular size for 50 cen,
and $1.00. Guaranteed Lo are <
price refunded. . 5
manyll cEatern Tie Betweenv Ct
-aual l and otr Po. in's
Dso Eryfeciv Conumption,1898.
and Clds. This ~ Nth 38 No.r
Noov r thbounrdy. t Day Dta:
LB.oJ'iti, Hoa&Pry....... an all afc 6
ofth Thoannah........ and.. Luns. 11
La. avrnstoe... an get a r5 bo
Ai re orlabi ar............ or 55 0 cc0
And.00.tan urn.ty.... o c5prei
pric rsefunded:......... 6 0 5
CeAra.Tm ewe Columbian.d't.... 4an1 2 10l
LvC l'biBand t...... 5P p5t8.
"Wnnsortho.......... 6o 3p No 28
"v Chlete ... ...... ...8 6 4 71
"SRocknHih...............1 7 2p 711
Ar. Coalott..... ....... 0 5p 9400
Lv. GreensoC.......... 70 3 p 5801
A::. rolk bi.... .. .... ... .7 5a ......
"r DAshville................ 1151p 245
Ar. Rimo..............60p 93602
Ar.ashinton ll............. 2 a~ 10 168
" BTirent ........... 8p 1100
'' Jhladophi...............3 15p 120
" NwsYor............... 12 4p 6 28
Ch.ester.......... 4p 15
" Pohillhi..............76 5p 8
"a.. r.. ................8 ~ 9 20 008
A. Gresoro...........10 48p 118
L. Daenilbo...............510 a6p15
arGresor.............i6i 45a 3....
A7.reenbor.............. 705a 82
" harlnott............... 84 985 00
* R noe211 . ...... .. O1 20 1185)
P hlesep................. 10 5a 2187
" Wnosro..........c14 1243 623
L. Ce olumbia. .de'.......4 1 1p 4 00 i
" Jhnton.................O2 5p 880
" re t. ................ 308 6251
"_Grnitv___............ 8l88p 7 075
Lv. Auguta.................. l 4n 15p 800
L.DAheile................. 8 20a 61I5'
v. Spartanbu.............. 1 0 p.15
A. Greebor.C..R...... .. 8 0 7 .
M7 cl l .C.&..........9115a 12047:
"..a..n..................14470 50a iio
e. JCkesnle.r....... .......l9O2Spa 157:
~r oda and egutr..... 25n17
anite Sldtbled train.with dinini
:ashnevrt las coahe0nrt ofChrltt
Pii1man rawig rom 11epin carbetee
[av acnv..,.Sav....a. Washingtoz
'lad and. Yow. k
eallani Slepin Carhs notween Charlotte
Pullman drawing-roonm sleeping cars be
ween Greensboro and Norfolk. Close connee
ion at Norfolk for OL.D POINT COMFORT
rriving there In tina~ for breakfast.
Solid train, with Parlor cars, betweet
harleston and Asheville.
Nos. 85 and 38-U. S. Fast Mail. Through
Pllman drawing room buffet sleepig carsbe
ween Jacksonville and New oriand Pni
ban sleeping cars between A&ugusta and Char
otte. Pullman sleeping cars between Jack
onville and ''olumbia, en route daily betweeK
acks~onvile and Cincinnati. via Ashev-ille.
SAK S. GANNON, J. N. CULI..
Third V-P. & Gen. Mgr. T. M.. Washingo
. A. TURK~, S. H. HARDWICK,.
SG. P. A.. Weashington. . G. P. A., AtIrM
Consignments ot Rough Rice solic
ed. Prompt milling and return o~
roceeds or account sales. Bligheosl
arket prices paid for goc d Rice.
"Carolina Rice Meal" or "4Fionr,'
e cheapest and best stock food on the
arket, for sale at low figures.
WEST POINT MILL CO.,
.0202w Charleston, S. C.
Look! A Stitcb In Tine
3aes nine. Hughes' Tonic (new im
roved, taste pleasant), taken in ear~y
pring and fall prevents Chils, Dengue
nd Malarial Fevers. Acts on the
ver, tones up the system. Better than
~uinine. Guarinteed; try. ic. At
rerits. AOc and $1.0 bhathesd
I You Have
THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NVOR3C CT.
8i;TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEA
s: Florence G. Feaster, Executrix of th
ii last will .aad testament of T. D
r Feabter. deceased, :vs... George T
Sim', The Winnsboro Bank, Rober
L. Martin, and Thobias R. McGahai
anvd James Dillibgbam, as copartner
11 under the firm name of T. R. Me
Gahan & Co.
JN parauance of' an 'order of tb
A Court of Common Pleas, made i
the above statt d case, I will offer fo
sale, before the Court. House door i
Winnsboro, S. C., on the
FIRST MONDAYIN JANUARY
next, within'the legalihours of sale, a
public outcry, to the highest bidder
the following described property ti
(1.) "All that ti'act or parcel c
land lying and being in Fairfield
County and State of South Carolins
Sknown as the Home, place, and foram
Serly belongin'g to Col.' John Dawkins
y deceased, containin'
i ONE EIUNDRED- AND FIFTY
-- FOUR ANI) A HALF AC.RES,
Smore or- less, an iidandf &n nort)
i by Havrle M fekin' ~ and; -west b:
P land of the estats of William F. Pear
~ son, deceased;: andisodth and east b:
p the~ main pnblic road leading from
agey' Ferry to and throughiithe vil
S (2.) "All that -other tract of lanm
a hing and situate an the County o
'Fairfhild, in the State aforesaid. con
~ONE HIUNDRED...AND FIFTEE2
P more .o: - .. b.-'ng bounded by land
Sof Burley a.a Roberts, Jerry Thump
- son, Hayne McMeekin, the Pearaoi
Slands and -lands- of -irs. Gus Dicker
' and estate of Charles Coleman, de
5 TERMS QE SALE.
'Oi:e-third Qf the .purchase-mone:
Sto be paid in cashipn the day of -ale
'and the balance tbereon on a credit o
oreo and two- years, in- two equal an
-nua4I i .stalme-nts,:wii.h interest thereot
Sfrom the day of. s'are, payable annua;l:
unztil the whole debt and interest bi
paid; to be secured by the bond of tha
parei:aser and a mortgage of th
-premni-es hold, or all cash at the optiol
Sof tc purchaser, and the-purcham'r o
>each ttract to pay for all necessaer'
papet s, and for recr'rding their respec
So'd at the risk of the former pu -
R. H. JENNINGS,
De'c. 10th, 1898~ C. C. P. F. C
PERSONS -INDEBTED TO ME
for any of the above stock since last
spring and -giving their notes for same,
said notes falling due on the first of
October and the first of:November,
1898, will prepare to meet the same, as
prompt paymentt'will be required.
COWS and CALVES.
II still have a.1ew on hatfd. I-will
pay the highed cash. price fo~r i oor
Win boroC, SC
A FRICANA 1L1 care Rheumatism and
Scoaato 5tay Cured.
STA F1 OP 9OU f H CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Susan A. McMeekin v6. William D.
Davis, in his own right, and as Ad
ministrator of the estate of Joseph
K. Davis, deceased, Fannie C.
Powell, The Winnsboro B-ink and
The Farmers and Mechanics Bank,
of Columbia, S. C
'N pursuance of an - ord-r of the
I Court of Common Pleas, made in
the above stated case, I will offer for
sale, before the Court House door in
Winusboro, S. C., on the
FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY
next. within the legal houre u! saie, at
public outcry, to the highes! bidder,
the following described property, to
All that tract or parcel of la:!d situ
ate in the County of Fairfield, in the
State aforesaid, a little south of the
village of Aomticello, con-aining
NINE HUNDRED AND T W EN rYI
Aeres, more or lees; being the same
tract of land conveyed to Joteph K.
Davis, deceased, by John Banskt.tt, by
deed dated the 4th day of April,
1861, and recorded in Book W W, page
246, in the office of the Reziftr of
Mesne Conveyances of Fairfield Coun
iS, and described in said (iced as
bounded on the north by lands of
Thomas Bell, William Blair, E. F.
Lyles and the said Joseph K. Davis;
on the east by lands of Joseph K.
Davis and Jonathan Rabb; on the
south by lands of Dr. Thomas Farman
and John Willingham; and on the west
by John Bell, John Willingham and
Thomas Bell, the present boundaries
of the said land being more particu
-larly indicated by the plat made by
Edgar Trapp, Surveyor, on the 25th
day of August, 1898. The said prem
ises to be first offered for sale in sepa
rate tracts or parcels as indicated on a
plate thereof made by Zdgar Trapp,
- ?urveyor, on the 24th and 25th Aa
gust, 1898, which plat is filed in the
aofice of the Cleik of the Court in the
record of this cause, and will be ex
hibited on day of sale; the bids of the
highest bidders for said separate tracts
to be accepted by the Clerk condition
ally, that is upon condition that the
premises when sold as one enttre tract
as hereinafter directed, shall bring less
-than -the aggregate of the amounts of
the highest bids for the tracts as offered
separately. And when all of said
separate tracts or parcels have been
offered for sale and knocked down to
the highest bidders therefor condition
t ally as above set forth, the said Clerk
shall offer the entire premises, made
B up of said parcels en mase, as a single
- undivided tract. If the aggregate of
the amounts of the highest bids bid
for said tracts or parcels offered sepa
1 rately shall exceed the amount bid for
r the entire premises as a whole, then
i the Clerk shall, upon compliance wlth
the terms of shle, execute to each of
the respective purchapers for said
separate traets a deed for the tracts se
t separotcly seld. But if the amount
,bid for the cntire premises en masse as
) a single tract shall exceed the aggre
gate of the amounts of the highest
f bids offered for the said premises as
, conditionally sold in separate tracts,
, then the said Clerk shall execute a
- deed to the enf ire premises to the high
,est bidder for the entire tra'ct, and the
bids for the tracts as offered separate
ly shall be wholly disregardei. (Plat
ef daid land can be seen in Clerk's
office at any time before sale day, if
-TERMS OF SALE.
r One-third of the purchase-money to
i be paid in cash on the day of sale, the
balance in two equal annual instal
ments from the day of ra'e, with in.
terest from the day of sale at eight per
centumr ner annum, to be secured by
the bond of the purchaser or purch~as
era and ,a mortgage or mortgages of
Sthe premises sold, or for all cash at the
option of tbe purchaser or purchasers.
The purchaser or purchasers to pay for
all necessary papers. And if the pur
chaser fails to com ply with the terms
of sale, the Clerk shall resell the said
premises on the same or some succeed
ing salesday on the same terms with
out further application to the Court,
and at the risk of the former purchaser.
RL. H. JENNINGS,
Dec. 18th, 1898. C. C. P. F. C.
Life Assurance Society
of the United States.
-The management of ti.
Equitable Life Assurance Society
in this territy is desirous of secenr
- ing the service of s, man of char
-acter and ability to represent, its
@interest with Winnsboro as bead
Oquarters. The right man will he
*thoroughly educated in the sciencc
of life insurance and the art of
successful soliciting. There is no
business or profession not re
*quiring capital which is more re
8 mnerative than a life agency
conducted with energy and abil
-ity. Correspondence wirh men
@who dt'.is e to secure'permnanett
er'npioy ment and ,are ambitions to
attain pr-omineunce in the profes
sion is invited.
W. J. RODt)EY, Mgr.,
.8-19-3m Rock Bill, S. C.
DR. J. B. BROOKS,
Late physician in charge of the Keeley
Institute at Hot Springe, Ark.,
and the Tri-Elixiria Remedy
Co., Memphis, Tenn., has
opened a private insti
-- tute at Hot Springs
--*for the treat
And all diseases th~t come to
this great health resort, such|
as rheumatism, neuralgia, in-|
somnia, nervous, blood, liver,i
kidney and stomach c o m
His home treatment for tao I
whiskey and drug babit oan
be sent to any addrens. Co
respondence solicited and oon
W'Referenees: Any ba~nker or city
nfficial of Hot Spring-s. 12-1 97
Poro Rico Iolasses
aptured by the First 8, C. Regiment
at the evacuation of San Juan.
[NO, I SORE XAtK[R[,
BY THE KIT.
FRESH LINK SAUAGE
FRESH CUDAHY HAMS. ALSO
FRESH GROCERIES OF ALL
KIND, AND CHEAP. .
J9. CARLEY & CO.
'Said to be a
PRICE, So CENTS.
JOIA It OBI...V
LIMI T ED
time we~ are prepared to
These Wheels are in
No. I Condition
and are offered at reduced
prices, being shop worn.
JORDAN & UAViWs
NA RCISS US
POLYANTH US -
JA RCISS US, Single.
Taxes will be due and payale rom
the 15th day -f October to the 21# a
da' of December, 1898
The tax lepv for State purp.Oses ad
5 mills; for oroicarv conniy purt.oses
i mills; for par indebtenes'A 1Till
for school purposes 3 mis,; mnak'tOg a
total levy of 13 mill. on tie taxable
property of this county. There is in
addition to .he foregoing, o speciat tax
for s..ool P'-pnors of 2 mills Ma No. 1
No. 14, Na. 17, No. 18 and -Y 25,
making a total of 15 milis in ":Js
sebool districa. and a spe'ial s-OOl
tx oft 1 i t: Nr. 19. maiking a :sal
af 1 9 : i 0it.
Iie~re " ) aso a a of one dol-r on
, maec'iz.-t between the ages of
21 ajd 60 yarA, except those- wb, an
aiiabied or ar: made exempt sy saw.
Taxes are pay-utie in the following
kinu, of funds anid-no otbhr: Gold
and siver co-in, United States ear.
reicy, nation~ai rantk notes and con
pous, which -hall become due and
payable during the :year 1898 o" the
consodidated bonds known-is "Brown"'
bonds and the bonds of tbis S:at
known as "Blue" bonds, and any
other Stale bonds which may be isued
by anthoriri of an Act of the General
Assembly, the coupons of which arm
by such Act made receivable for tames.
It may not be amiss to remind the
tax payers that when the time for
collecting iaxes without penalty closes,
the present imumbent will surrender
the office to his successor and that
neither he nor his successor can aid
those who are not up to date in paying
their taxes, 'and to suggest that the
rushbegin aa early as the 15th No
vember, instead of as heretofore on
the 15th December.
Wivnsboro, S. C., 6 Oct., 1898.
To RAISE SUPPLIES FoE T3ZE MTNIixz
PAL YEAR CommCING ARI
1, 1898, AND ENDING
APRIL 1, 1899..
Be it enacted and ordained by the
Intendant and -arde n of the town of
Winnsboro in Council -met,.-Thafor
the purpose of raising supplies for the.
year commencing April 1, 1898, and
ending April 1,- 1899, a iax f.or the
sams and in the mwanner herein-ifter
mentioned sha!l be raised and paid
into the tressary of said town for the
use and service thereof. That 4s to
Five Imills ad calorem upon every
dollar of tre vaine of all real and per
sonal property within the corporate
limite of the town of Winnsboro.
Two dollars to-* be paid by every
male inhabinaut of the town of Winns
boro between the sges of eighteen (18)
and fifty (50) years in lien of working
on the streets of Eaid town. -
All taxes assessed and payable under
this Ordinance shall be paid i:0 the
following r~aunwd kinds of furide and.
no other: Gold and dilver coin, Un
ted States currency and nationai bank
All taxes herein assessed shalh be
dae and payable between th~ .15:b day
of November inwrant and the 1st- day
of January, 1899, and a!1 taxes- re- '~
maining unpai4 sn the 1st af of Jan
nary, 1899, 'stiallbe coilected by die.
'tress er other "ile as now rnovide4,Sby
law, together wvith all legal ces s
D}one in Council this the first day
of .Novemiber Annne.
Domnini one thoesand eighbt
[SEAL] huntdred and ninety--nine,
under the corp.orate seal - -
.JAS. E. COAN,
Attest: of1esi on tncat.
J~.J. NEI,, Clerk of Gottnci.I
TIEi FA8Y RMiR
T HE MO-'T -MODERN SEWING
MACHINE OF THlE AGE, EM
BRA' ING A LL OF T HE
L ATE4ST IIMPROVE
Range~ of Work,
OldSewing Macines takenjio ex
Dealers wanted in unocenpied er.
tory. Correspronence solicited.
L. I. DERtBYSHIRE,
I7BEL BU!L DIN~G, EiCBMOND, VA
MONEY TO LOAN.
On farming ia--da. E-r payments.
50 comi'ion iiarred' Borrovwer
~avs actual e of perfectine lo
nterest 8 per cent.
JOHN B. PAWd EE~ &i 8ON,
or A. S. & W. I -. DOUGLASS,
10-4 .Winn.-boro, S. C