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NAWS AND HERALD.
PURLMHD TRI- WEEKLY
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WINNSBOR O-t. S- C.
Saturday, January 21. - 1899.
AN UNNECESSARY EXPENSE.
"The action of the House on Friday.
in the matter of the propmed appro
priation for a certain memorlal sword,
was necessarily final in the nature of
the case, as any appropriation of the
kind by the present body would be
devoid of the grace which could alone
give value to such a tribute. The
least said now about the whole matter
the better, of course, but this much is
proper to be said, that too much sig
nificance should not be attached in any
quarter to what has occurred. Legii
lative bodies, like other public assem
-rare very subject to 'wbimi' and
very frequeatly act accordingly."
News and Courier.
Oar ontemporary pu!s it well. It
wou'd be embarrassing to the donee,
if the Legislature sho~ald reconsider
Its action, after declining to make the
approp-iation on the ground of ha-d
times, and it would take all grace
from what was intended as a graceful
compliment to a brave and distin
guished Carolinian, and we agree with
the News and Courier that the matter
of the sword should be dropped and
j ust a; little as possible said about
it, but .% great deal, as the News and
Courier says, can and shou!d be said
on the objeetion to the appropriation
that the Legislature should "not spend
more mroney than is necessary." Taxes
have to be extended and the ireasury
is emp. v. The Legislature, it appears,
is in a frame of mind to spend only
what is "necessary," and onr contem
porary ;uggests that bienniel sessionz
might save the people a great deal of
mone7. We are sure 'hat if voters are
consulted that a large mijority of them
will aZree that the expense of holhing
a session of the Legislature every year
is not a "necessary" expense, e specially
in these hard times; and in fact many
of them will say that while it is all
very pleasant to read the speeches of
eir friends in the General Assembly
he subjects that come up annually,
embers "represent people who
able to indulge in luxuries "
o hundred dollars for a
tmuch for a State to spend,
nt our General i Assembly has said
that it "is absurd and 'wronrg,.where
our exchequer ia depleted and taxis
have to be extende-L" If then the
State is in such straights that the mem
bers of the General Assembly consider
It "absnrd and wrongr" ", spend one
or two hundred dollars, tnen it must
be true that it is worthy of the cani
sideration of the same body to con
sider how they can save many thou
sands. As tbe News and Courier says,
"An average of $25,0 a year saved
-to a people who cinnet afford to throw
away $100 once in a genieration, is a
very imtportant saving?" Thisis'>
what ev'ery session of the L-gislatu re
costs the people Every year w ear
a great fuss made about nsees-expen
ditures and that the State Tydasury is
so depleied that many necessafary appro
priatiora can no)t be made. Now is a
good tite-to start, and.. e know of no
better place to begin than with the
General Assembly itself. If anything
is unnecessary, it is this 'early meet
ing of the General AssemY.
ST RIK[NG AT LYNC HEES.
Mr. LDargan, of Darlington, has
introduc-d a bill, which by amend
ments, c..n be made a very effective
r-eanedy against the evils of lyncbing.
He prop os:
"That after th3 approval ot the act,
in addithan to the oath required by
Section 26, Article IIH, of the Con
stitution. -members of the General
Assembly, all officers, whether State,
county or municipal, before they enter
Supon tbe duties of their offices, and
all members of the bar, before they
enter up-in the practice of their pro
fession, s.natl take and subscribe the
followit-n: I do further solemnly
swear (r affirm) that I have not,
since the firs.t daiy of January, in the
year of our Lord eighteen hundred
and nine~y-nine, enigaged in any lynch
ing of any human being where death
ensued therefrom, as aecessory betore
the fact, as principal, or was present
aidizg, abetting or conselling the
same, arti the~ I will not so engage in
such lynching during the term of
office to w-hich I have been elected (or
appointed) Qo helptme God."
This is very good, bat it does not go
far enough. It should require such
an oath to be taken by every voter,
and, if neessary, the Constitution
should be amenided. No unfairness
could be charged, for al! lynchers '.ave
fair notice, since the act does not ap
ply to-lynchings prio -to the first of!
January, 1899. It is, therrfore, a
good new year's resolution that during~
1899 an.i hereafter no :ynching shall
" be permirtedrn this State. Wec hope
that the Legislature w id pass the law
with theanmetidments snggested.
"THE OLD OAK TREE."
By Miss Kate Jennings.
Many years ago in the early days ol
South Carolina I was one of a very
great forest of trets. Beneath m3
branches squirrel, bears, deer and
other wild animals roamed. Ofter
the Indians would shoot wild turkey.
from my branches. I am now aboul
two hundred years old, and hav<
heard and Eeen many important his'
torical events. Among my many neigh
bors and friends in the forest were th<
pine, maple, poplar and hickory. Ono
day a great crowd of men entered thl
forest and with axes soon cleared th<
gteat forest; I was the only one lef
standing. I feared that my life woulc
also be take:,, but they seeneI not t<
uto:ice such an insignificanL thing .1
During the war of the Revolitiia
Lord Corn wallis, with a p Lrt of hi:
army, encamped beneath my bra:achei
from October, 1780, to Januiry, 1781
i was very pie-iant to hear them te!
jolly stories while smoking around
their camp ties.
In 1777 it was decided bv the settler
to build a school for the education o
the children of the community. Thi
remiuei the only inean; for educa
tion in this immediate part of th
conutry nitil 1785, at which time i
was decided by the Legislature ol
South Carolina to build a collegi
where the old school was standing
This college wa: for the free educatioi
of the p xr and :>rphans. The coleg
was est.blished it, the same ye ir thai
the town wat incorp)tved. Th
town was called Winnsboro for Mr
Winn, one or the first inhabitants o
Some years after the c)llege wa
chinged from a free educational insti
tution into a boarding school fcr boys
The land, on whieh the college wa
builded, was donated by a Mr. Van
derhorst another of A innsboro'
etriv settiert. His name is I erpetu
ated in name er your treet
In thR year of 1865, during the civi
war, Sherman pansed through thi
country. leaving fire and desolatior
behind him. Ob! that was a terribh
i-ear; the houses were robbed an(
everything valuable tk -n. Tben tbe
burned the houses and :he women an<
children were left home!ess.
One day, about thirty years ago, thi
college was burned. It was caused 05
the carelessness of a boy smokini
while in bed. A spark fell from hi;
ciaar and caught the bed on fire; fron
this the college ceught and soon la' 1h
a;she. Again, I feared that my lifh
would be lost, and indeed some of m
limbs were badly burned. But bi
good fortune tfie burns were not serf
ous. so I soon recovered. After thi
school was burned another was build
ed, which still stands. It bears th
name of th3 former school, "Mt
At the recesses the boys crow<
round mny trunk. Often I hear bit
of their conversation, which is ver;
interesting indeed From these boys.
get all the news and gossip of th.
Not a great way from the shadow
of my branches is a monument erectet
*o the memo'y of Mr. J. W7. Hudson
one of Mt. Ziot'0 greatest teachers
His remains lie but ied beneath th
SOne beaut'ni night in midsumme
a couple ca e and sat toeneath m~
branbes. ? .ter a fe v minu'es' con
versain, he told her that he lover
her 4ud asked her to be his bride
She a ve him her hand and promnism~
him ' at some day she would be hi
wife./ They teemed very, very hap;'
inded. Later in the evening the
beg n quiarreling, she took back he
pr'/t ise and said she would neye
m rry him. T':e next she was mar
r d to another man', a month later h<
jo was married. Her husband dies
heaving her two daughters. Severa
earM after their father's death boti
daughters were married, one comi
to ive in this town. One summe
evening while on a visit to her daugh
ter, she was strolling down the street
when she chanced to meet her olc
lover; his wife bad died a few year
before, and he was on a visit to bi
sn. They strolled along, this aged
couple, telling each other their trou
bles as they had done in the happ:
days of their youth. One day, severe
weeks later, he knocked at the door o
her daughter's residence, and askini
for her mother was told that she ha<
gonr out for a walk. Israel immedi
ately thought that he would find he
sitting beneath the shades of m,
branches, for this day thirty yesr
ago they had had that quarrel, whil
sitting on my roots. Just as he ex
peced, she sat leaning against m;
trunk. She did not notice him unti
"Mary," he sa , "I have b, en think
ing what a rdece plan it would be fo
A serious and dangerous diseast
prevails in this country, dingerous
becanre so deceptive. It c >me~s on s:u
slowly yet surely that it is often firmly
seated before we are aware of it.
Te name of this disease which ma'
be divided into three distinct stages
is, First, Kidney trouble, indicated by
pain in the back, rheumatism, um
bago, frequent desire to urinate. ofter
with a burning sensation, the flow od
urine being c pious or scant witt
If allowed to advance, this reachet
tte Second st age, or Bladder trouble:
with heavv paia in the ahdomen loiw
down be:.wcen the navel and the watet
pssage, increasing desire to urinate
with scalding sensation in passing
small quantities being passed witb dif
oulty,~so.metimes necessat y to dra.v ii
with ittstruments. If uric acid 01
gravel has tortmed, it will ,,rove Elan
gerous if neglec-ed.
The Third stage is Bright's Di-ease.
Tbere is comfort in knowing that
Dr. Kilmer, the great kidney and
bladder specialist, has discovered a
Remedy famous for its marvelous
cures ot the most distressing cases and
nowt as Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root.
It is sold by all druggists.
As a proof of the wonderlul virtues
o this great discovers, Swamp-Root,
a sape battle '-nd b ok of vunab~e
i;foratin i ll *-- eent a-ointty
WVtwn wi iiing kindly memi'. : at i OU
similating theTocd andReguia
Opmai,Morphino nor Mieqr1.
S OT 1AR C 0 TIC.
Aperfect Remedy for Constipa-I
t on, Sour StomachDiarrhoea,
ness -nd Loss oF SLEEP
YacSimil~e Signature of*
rxAc-r Cpy7 OT/RAFFR
as to make up our qasrrel of thir
years ago. Everybody says we E
old, but we are not; we feel just
1vonne as we ever did."
"Yes, that is so," she answered of
a few minntes' thought. "But, Isra
why don't you marry some you
'Well, Mary, there is no other a
man in ;he world I would marry 1
"(Wel," he answered, "I guess y
can consider our quaqrrel made
I am getting very aged norv, IAR
myself continually declining.
prolong my life, the kind peopl;
Winnsboro will have had all of r
dead branches cut off this wint
Many thanks, my kind friends, I
Ei,Qickly, Permnanently Reston
--,. us Debility, Lost Vitality. Seminal Loss
XSig Memory~-the result of Over-work. Wor
- knxess, Errors of Youth or Over-indulgenx
Prica 50c. and $1: 6 boxes $5.
I or' cuick, positive -m.d lasting results in Sex1
~V-aknen imonten.-. Nervous Deility and
Vt. YELLOW LAEEL SPECiAL.-don
trnh-i:give strength amii tone to everv ,o
an egi -. esaiane::re. Cheapt::d hi
R.E--n bettie of the? ramm.; .:2,naes Li
J. J. OBEAR. Druggist,
Winnsboro, S. C
b r almost en
M eof ardui
Iera. It gives
Sital argans, and
Ipute them in
condition to do their work
perfectly. That makes preg
1nancy less painful, shortens
Slabor and hastens recoveryafter
child-birth. It helps a woman
bear strong healthy children.
-has also brought happiness to
thousands of homes barren for
Iyears. A few doses often brings
Joy to.' ving hearts that long
for a d. ing baby. No woman
should neglect to try it for this
trouble. It cures mine cases out
of ten. A11 druggists sell Wine
of Cardui. $I.oo per bottle.
For advice In cr--es resuiring special
directions. address. giving symptoms.
the Ladies' Advisory Department.".
The Chattanocra Medicine Co., Chatta
Mrs. LOUISA HALE,
of Jefferson, Ga., says:
"When I first took Wine of Cardul
we had been married three years, but
could not have any children. Nine
fnenths later I had a fine girl baby"
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At this season your feet feel swolle
nervous and damp. If you have smnai
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Ease. It warms the feet and mnak
walking easy. Cures swollen at
sweating feet, blisters and callous spoi
Relieves cot no and bunions of all pa
and is a certain cure for Chilblains at
Frost bites. Try it TO-DAY. Sold 1
all druggists and shoe stores for 2.5
Trilakage FREE. Address, All<
S. Ohsted, Le Roy, N.Y.
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feet. It cures painful, swollen, smnar
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the greatest comfort discovery of ti
age. Allen's Foot-Ease makes tigi
or new shoes feel easy. It is a certai
cure fur Chilblains. sweating, callon
tired, aching feet. Try it TO-DA'
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2c. Trial package FREE. Addres
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2 JOHN -B. PA LMER & SON,
oi .S Columbia, S. C.,
or . . &W.D.DOUGL ASS,
- a iWi.-wneno S. 0.
Central Time Between Columbiaand Jacke
sonville. Eastern Time Between Co
lumbia and Other Points.
Effective January 16, 199.
X0rthbo un o. 38 No. 36 No. 32
Nrthbound' Daily. Iaify. Exsun
L.J'ville,F.C.&P.Ry.. 800as 00.% 12 10
" Savannah...........72 Ol 12 09p 3 57p
Ar.Colnmbia.........405p 445a 89p
Lv. Char'ton,SC&GRR. 7 00a 6 30p.
Ar. Colubia ......... 1010.
Lv. Augusa,o Ry P 980540P
Graniteville ..---- 21 10 15p 6 08p
" Aken... 0 10p 5 55p
" Trenton........ 0 P 634P
Jobstons....... 19 11 20P 6 p
Ar. ColumbiaUn. dep't. 451T 20 820p
Lv Col'bla Bland'g sti 1 .. r 55 a. 8 49
Winnsboro....... 6p 7a 99p
Chester G 54p 7 45a 10 17p
" Rock Hill...- 28p! 8 1a 10 4
Ar. Charlotte ............ b 5 9 a
Ar. Richmond ....... 0 h -2p ...
Ar. Washington ........ 2a90p 4A
BaltiMorePa.R.R.. 8 00 it 27p 11 05a
Phiadelphia........10 a 2 5a 08p
NewYork.......a1243p 823a 10p
1. 81 No 37 No. 35
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Philadelphia. .2 2p 6 55p 850 6
Baltimore........2 89 p 9 1p 6 22
Lv. Wash'tou. So. By.. 0 50p 10 10p 51 5a
Lv. Richmond .............. 12 lOnt 12 Olin
Lv.Danville ......... 110a 0a 6 02p
e Charlotte........ 344a 0a 10 20p
"Rock Hill........ A25a 1020a 8 4p
Chester ..........454a 0 5a 1011 p
Win7sboro ......... 5 34a 1141a 2532a
Ar Col'bla Bland' st. 680 a 12 4nn 1 87
Lv. ColumbaUndep't1 65 p 1 2isp 4 10 a
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Trenton ......... 840a 0p 625a
Ar. Aikon ............ 9 -0a3 B45p 7 SO&
*ranitev-ill . 903a 1 88p 707
Augusta ........... 940a 4 1 P 38
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Pulliin driaviua room sleeping carsbetween
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Weekly, $1,50 a Yearl in Advanr.
PA NOTE HEADS,
and everything in job line done
~as cheaply as any where else in
GIEUS A CHANCE
Every penny spent at
home is kept at home.
As protty a Stock of Goods as
has ever been brought to
Consisting in part of Rogers &
Bro.'s celebrated plated wares
-Ladles, Knives, F o r k s,
Spoons, Carving Sets, &c.
Handsome China Cake Plates,
Berry and Salad Dishes,
Vases, Cracker Jars, &c., &c.,
and invite an inspection of
them at your earliest conve
C. M. CHANDLER
Life Assurance Societyi
of theUnited States.
The management of theI
~Euitable Life Assurance Society
Sin this territy is desirous of secur-i
4ing the'service of a man of ca
4acter and abiity to represent its
interest with Winnsboro s bead
4qarters. The right man will ber
Stioroughly educated in the sciencec
4of life insurance and the art of '
successful soliciting. 't here is no~
4busine-ss or professioni not re-J
quiring capital which is more r
munerative than a life agency
~conducted with enersy and abi!
itv-. Correspoindence with me n
4who desize to secure permanen~t
Se'npivment and are ambitious to
Sattain' prominence in the profet
!fl W. J. ItODiJEY, Mg.,
R -19-3m Rock Hill. ~.
BY VIR TU. OF AN EXECUI ItN
to me iece i, I have levitd upon
and w11 se1 to the nighes* cash bdder
before the Cou L House dor iN W .ns
I,>ro, S. C , :. the fiert -. .y in
FebL uary, on in and b . )ue
b mC( waIiie, zand al W o 1.d ple
Levatd c he projerty ofi . D.
Neal at ti)- ui f Ve-P - :4 :n
. E LLISON, . .
Winnsb'S, t . . a 13. 1599
CL E!R 'S SALE.
!3_ I'!-: 80F SO ! CAR0LINi i
CoUNTY OF FAIR1-IELD
"OUR': OF COMMON PLEAS.
: A .'0ceekin vs. William D.
l)v~is, in hs own right, and as Ad
;miistrator of the estate of Jesepb
K )avis. deceased, Fannie C.
Vowel, The Winnsboro Bank and
The Farmers and Meebanics Bank,
of Columoia, S. C.
iN pursuance of an order of the
. Court of Common Pleas, made in
Lhe above stated case, I will offer for
sale, before the Court House door ji
Wimnsboro, S. C , on the
FIRST MONDAY IN REBRUARY
next. within the Jegal hours of sale,. at
public outcry, to the highest bidderr
the following described property, to,
Ail that tract or parcel of land situ
ate in the County of Fairfield, in th6
State aforesaid, a little south of the
village of gonticelle, containing
NINE HUNDRED AND TWENTY
Aeres. more or less; being thesame
tract of land conveyed to Joseph K.
D.vi.-, deceased, by John Bauskett, by
des d d 4ted the 4th dAy of April,
1861, and recorded in Book WW, page
24t , in the office of the Register of
Mesne Conveyances of Fairfield Coun
4, and described in said deed 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, ;he present boundaries
of the said land being more particu
larly indicated by the plat made by
Edgar TraDp, Surveyor, on the 25th
iay of August. 1898. The said prem
ises to be first ,ffered for sale in sepa
rate tracts or parcel as indicated on a
plate thereof made by Edgar Trapp,
Surveyor, on the 24th and 25th Au
gust, 1898, wh1ich plat is filed in the
oficc of ,he (hi k of the tcourt int the
record of :s cause. and will be ex
hibited on d!m i sale; the bids of tbe
highest bidde'- for shid separate tracts
to be accepted by the Clerk condition
ally, that is OnuIM condition tha: the
premises -w sotd as one.ent:re tract
as hereindier dirretedi, shall brirg hss
than the igar. e' of the amums .of
the highest bid' for the tracts as offered
separatniy. A td when all of said
separate tracts ..r parcels have been
offered for sale and knocked duwn to
the highest bidders there"'r condition
ally as above set fcrthi. the said Clerk
shall cffer the entire premtpes, made
up of said parcels en masse, as a singte
undivided tract. If the aggregate of
the amounts of the higbest -bids. bid
for said tract s or rarceis offered sepa- "
rately shall exceed the amount bid for - -
the entire premises as a whole, then
the Clerk shalt, upon compliance wlth
the terms of shle, execnte to each of
the respeciive purcha-ars for said
separate tracts~ n deed for the tr ac:s se
separetely sold. But if..the amount
bid for the cntire premises en masse as
a single tract shall excee~d the aggre
gate of the amounts of the higbest
bids offered for the said premises as
conditionally sold in separate tracts,
then the said Cler k shall1 execute a
deed t o the ent ire premises to the high
est bidder for the eutire tract, and the
bids for the tracts as offered separate
ly shall be wholly disregarded, (Psat
of said land can be seen in Clerk's
office at any time before sale day, if
TEnMS OF SALE.
One-third of the purchase-money to
be paid in cash on the day of sale, the
balance in two equal annual instal
ments from the day of sale, with in
terest from the day of sale at eight per
centnim per annum, to be secnted by
the bond of the parenaser or purchias
ers and a mortgage or mortgages of
the premises sold, or for all ca'sh at the
option of the purchaser or purchasers.
T he purchaser or purchasers to' pay for
all necessary papers. And if the para
chaser tails to complv with the terms
of Eale, 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.
Sold at the :id of the former pu:
R. H. JENNINGS,
Jan. 13th, 1899. 0. C P. F. C.
The Auditors --fice wii be open to.
receive tax retur s from kJnuary the.
1st 'o Fe-bruiar 20th. All persons:
iine to macke- .uras withirn the.
above mnwt:za dass will incenr thes
50 per cent p? alty. All mate citi,~
zns let wemn ;h.: dge at 21 and( 60 aire
tHbe to, pm'..x:es< ex-m~pt by
w. Th.- Aurlttr or his dlepdty will
bat mbe. f.,:'-i ir pbccs cn days
- eci fien -in ,,- :b.ehr :c-> :-4 tiane t&
A\ :.jiEr, uI~ ,i(. .J.narrv 10.
Bu-khIea:d, We 3neCh .*y, Ja,uar-; 11.
Woling, Thurii;ay, Janutary 12. -
Woodward,. seurday, Janm~ary 14.
White Oak, '.l'sntu, .Janu. rs . 16.
Gadderis Grovt Tu'sua. '. unry
Flint illi, m..de, de, .Jauam . 13.
Ridgeway, Frhlay. Janiuary' 20.
Longown, \.. oKy, 2:3.
Cent reville. Tune Jauntary 24.
M. L. Coopers, Wednesday,. January
Blythewood. Thursdaty, January 26.
Horeb (F. M. Curice's ore) Fridiay,
Monticello, Monday, January 30.
Jekins.vi le, Tuesdav, January 31.
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