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NEWS AND HERALD.
PUBLISHED TRJ
-BY
THE NEWS AND HERALD CO.
2EK3IS. IN AD'
Onefer. -to
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VINNS BOR :k"
Thurs lay, June 7, - - - 1900
TuE people of tho South can never
be too careful to preservc tli princi
ples, as far as possible, for which the
Confederacy stood. These principles
are constantly (recurring in our natio
-al life. The North has always sought
to overcome the natural ad':aniages
.)f the South by centra;izing every
thing at Washington. Ihe latest ef
Ject to deprive th! States of righits re
served to them is the reeotnmendition
that a constitutional amendment,
ree>mmended by the majority of the
industrial commission, be udoptcd
giving eongress power to pass uniform
abor legislation. The Southern States
Thould be on theitguard-ud sur
render nothing that in any way de
prives thellfof the right to control
their-On affairs.
IT is very bard to account for sorme
men's judgment. There is G. Walt
Whitman. Why should he think it
possible for him to be elected Gov
ernor this %ear? By what process of
reasoning does he arrive at the con
clusion that he stands any chance
whatever of securing the nomination
in the primary? Is hejut running be
ctuse he enaj )y5 it? Rational people
will have a hard time of it if tbey tin
dertake to find wby G. Walt ii a candi
date. The most rational analysis of
G. Walt, probably, is that he is just
one of the ordinary cranks that now
and then appear, or that office-seekirg
is a chronic disease with him.
THE fAll of Pretoria :markq the end
of the struggle of the Boers for theiv
indepenCence. A guerilla warfare
may be carried on for a while, but
further resistance to the o erwhelmig
British will amount to nuohing. What
ever may be one's opinion as to the
righteousness of the Bo-tr ight, he
cannot. fait to admire rhe nagrificent
vnr'ag.u or. the Dutch. Gi-at lritain
Cntignt to deal liher z!v wirh these
people. She wil: do umeh towards
winning the g 'ud wi il of the civilized
wvor*;d if she trata Keniger anid his
burgh.'rs with mn tianimi: y.
-A coMPar a-ks the iah to con
strnett ari e ectric railway on the one
- rail plan l~etween Manchester and
'verpool. tie combany proposes to
ains- at the rate of 110
E* - scientists
hey got up a very plan
to show that this wouald ba the re
What would they say of this 110 miles
an hoar electric car?
- SOurE of the newspapers are appre
hensive that the scientists failed to
make any important discoveries during
the eclipse. It should not be forgot
ten that real scientists do not announce
conclusions hastily. All the data has
not been collecteJ, an I then time will
be taken for the comideration of data.
IF the Boers cannot live under
England, they will find a warm wel
come in South Caroline.
HISTORY Ok KERSHAW'S BRIGADIC.
The &ate.
Mr-. E. H. Anll of Newberry has
just completed the publication of
Kershaw's brigade, written by Capt
D. A. Dickert. It con tains about six
hundred printed pages, 1 as an ap
pendir a complete roll ' egimrents
and companies, of the Hice-s and
men composing the bnigade The
book also contains a number of the
officers.
Justice Y. J. Pope who has en
couraged Capt. Dickert very much in
this work and who has been given the
opportunity of reading about five
hundred pages of it, in talking of the
work yesterday said: I am glad to
say that some days since Mr. Aull,
.the publisher of this history of Ker
shaw's brigade, placed in my hand3
as much as 500 pages ot this work. I
am obliged to say that to me it was
brimful of interest. To such an ex
tent did the fascination of this history
grow upon me that it was with diffi
culty I could lay the work down until
I had finished every page of it and
re-read much of it.
To my mind Capt. Dickert has suc
ceeded in what many others have
fai!ed. Ihis story of secession and
the beginning of the war is admirably
told without even becoming heavy.
He is true to the South and her people
and he explodes the fallacies that this
war was the rich man's war and the
poor man's fight by showing that rich
and poor rushed to arms and never
surrendered until the cause was lost,
and, also, that from the mountains to
the sea there was but one impulse and
that was to fight for our liberty, but
.this only comprises a small part of
the worth of this history.
While I have not now the time, if I
had the power to do so, to analyze
this work I will say we needed a his
tory of Kershaw's brigade because it
was the first brigade of the first corps
of the Army of Northern Virginia and
because in detailing this history there
wculd appear an account of the or
ganization, labor and battle of the
regiments composing this brigade.
It would astonish you to be told that
the soldiers composing these regiments
missed only the second battle of
Manassas, Mine Run and Appomnatox
of all the battles in Virginia, and
while they missed (these battles, they
took part in that bloodiest hattle of
the war-Chickamauga in North
Georgia and also Bentonville and
Averysboro, in North Carolina, be
sides having borne the brunt of Long
street's campaign in east Tennessee.
Capt. Dickert has begun with the
very beginning of each regiment in
this brigade, showing how it was of
icered and from what section of the
State the companies come, besides
giving the name of every officer and
soldier who ever served in the brigade.
This latter work is itself invaluable,
beiug in pernanent book shape. Capt.
Dickert has reproduced here a story
of the battles fought. He has not for
gotten to mention many acts of special
gallantry and has -ot confined him
self to officers-privates come in for
their share of honor for thei: bravery
and deed3. I doubt if a more touch
ing story of bravery in battle can be
furnished than he has done in that of
Private Thomas W. Sligh at Gettys
burg; or of Private David Copeland
at Malvern Hlll; or of Private Julius
Zobel while in a Yankee prison. His
book is interspersed with humorous
stories, which are all Alled with faun,
but which leave no sting behind. Be
sides I was delighted to see with what
zebt he told of the matchless valor of
McGowan's brigaie at the Blood7
Angle at Spottsylvania, Va., 12 May,
18G4, and- of the imperishable fame
won by Gen. Stephen Elliott's bri
gade (which afterwards became Judge
W. 11. Wallace's) at the Crater at
Petersburg, Va., in 1864. Capt.
Dickert, in his delightful rendering of
the battle of Gettyshbrg, snows that
he glory cf tL caarge of Pickett's
division at Gettysburg on the 3rd
July, 1863, is also the proud heritage
of the brave troops from North Caro
lina.
J. Q. Hood, Justice of the Peace,
Crosby, Miss., makes the following
statement- "I can certify that One
Minute Congh Cure will do al that it
claimed for it. My wife couM not get
her breath and the first dose of it re
lieved her. It has also benefited mv
whole family." It acts immediitely
and cures coughs, colds, croup, grippe,
bronchiti,, as!P-na and all throat and
lung trcun:'s. McMaster Co.
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YEAR. TOTAL POP'ULATION. INC
1790 3,929.214 9
1800 5,308,483 2,37
1810 7,320,881 20
1820 9,638,453 2,31
1830 12,860,020 3,25
1840 17,069,453 4 ,2C
1850 23,191,876 6,12
1860 31,443,321 82
1870 38,558,371 7,11
1880 50,155,783 11,59
1890 62,622,250 12,4(
The population for 1900 at an increas
over the population would be
(An increase of 13,150,6
At an increase of 22 per cent it wouk
(An increase of 13,776,8
At an increase of 2.3 per cent it would
(An increase of 14,40:1,1
At an increase of 24 per~ cent it wouh
(An increase of 15,029,3
At an increase of 25 per cent it would
(An i-ease of 15,655,5
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7,572 32 To ths3rd
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ew their subscriptions on year from (late
ard eralId,
W NSBORO, S, C.
I Still Have
-6 or 8
Young Mules
AND FIVE OR SIX PLUG \1ULES
yet unsold. PIersons needing mules
should call and see them before buy
ing as 1 will sell them cheap for cash
or good paper, payable in the fall. e
I also bave a few horses, among
them two good Combination Horses.
Also a couple of GOOD 'MARES,
suitable for brood mares-young an d
sound.
Cows.
I will pay the highest cash price for al
classes, fat or p)or.
Buggies.
I still have a few BUGGIES that 1
will sell cheap for cash.
A. Williford,
Winnsboro. S. W.
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ntra rig yJacksonville and :avainah.
strn Time at Other Points.
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*Train 43 and 44 (mixed except sunday)
arrive and depart from Hamburg.
-Daily except Sunday.
Sleeping Car Service.
Excellent daily yasenger service between
Florida i.nd New xgrk.
Nos. .'3 and ;)4M w York and Florida Fax
press. Drawing-room sleeping cars~ between
Augusta and Now York..
Pullman dratwin -rom slcom)ng eqrs be
tween Port Tampa, Jksonv1ile Savannh
Washington an42O 'zor.
Pullman sifl ng ers betwe Charlotte and
Rihety). Dining ears~ between Ch~rl6tte
4nd Sjvannah.
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t ween Jacville and Newl and ll
han slein Ors between At in a Char
lotte. Din fcars eerve all int~~ anO~~
gulhnan sleeping car betweenl JdC ~fvJ
and Columbia, enrounte daily etwooni Jac'n
ville and Cinceinnditl, viia Ashevlle.
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Third V-P.&ten. Mgr., Tg.
Washington. D. (.. wash 6,p.C
W& IIgton D. C. Atlanta, Ga.
Hioliday...
Goods.
I hlave a nice selection just
opened for inspection from which
to select your Christmas Presents,
consisting of
SLEEVE and COLLAR
BUTTONS,
PINS,
RINGS,
BRACELETS,
and FANCY GOODS.
Also, nice presents in China
and Rogers & Bros'. Celebrated
Plated Wares, as cheap and uelia
ule as they coln be bought any
where.
Call soon and make your selec
tion.
C. M. Chandler.
MONEY TO LOAN
Ou Imnproved Farmls secu.! by firs
mortgages. lInterest 8 per cent. fn
sums not less than $500, ~3 to 8 S
No commlissions. Borrower p:.ac
ul earnenses.
A. S. & W. D). DOUG L ASS,
Winnsboro. S C.
or JOHN B. PALMER & SON,
11-% Columbia, S. C.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
FtA SOLICITOR-STXTII CIRCUIT.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
ate for Solicitor of the Sixth Judicial
ircuit, subject to the result of the Demo
ratio primary. THOS. F. McDOW.
We propose the name of Ilon. J. K.
IENRY to the Democratic voters of Fair
eld County for re-election to the cifice of
olicitor of tiiis circuit, because cf the
ery satisfactory manner in which he has
iseharged the duties of the office for the
ast several years. VOTERS.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
or Solicitor cf the Sixth Judicial Circuit,
ublect to the rules governing the Demo
ratic primary. W, C IOUGH.
SENA TOI:.
G. WV. is:s . is a:;noanee i for t he
eUnte, subject to thi Der atc prim-:y.
1- -4t
(tionl 41 thet Dpiea i inimary.
The filends of Jori ". Y'OnLEY no:ni
iate him for re-election to the House of
Representatives, subject t> the action of
lhe Democratic primary.
Blvtliewood Democratic Club nominates
W. J. Joinson for the House of Repres-m
tatives, subject to the primary election.
W. J. HAGOOD, Secretary.
I announce myself a candidate for the
House of Representatives. Dispensary,
tate and County, renovated and fumi
gated is my piatform. Will abile by the
result of the priwary.
J. B. MORRI5ON.
I hereby announce myself a candidAte
for the House of Representatives, subject
to the action of the Democratic primary.
T. B. McKINSTRY.
FOR CLERK.
I hereby announce myself as a cardi
late for Clerk of Court, subject to the
action of the Democratic primaries.
J NO. R. CRAIW.
I lireby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Clerk of Court for Fair
field County, subject to the action of t!e I
Democratic primaries.
Rt. V. BRAY.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Clerk of Court for Fairfield County,
subject to the acticn of the Democratic
primary. JAS. A. BRICE.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Clerk of Court for Fair
field Ccunty. subject to the action of the
Democratic primaries.
JOHN W. IYLES.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Clerk of Court, subject to
the action of the Democratic primary.
JNU. J. NEIL.
FOR SHERIFF
I hereby announce mvelf a candi
late for the office of Sheriff for Fair
field County, and will abide by the
ction of the Democratic primaries.
JAS. W. BOLICK.
Pledging myself to abide the result of
the ensuing primary election, I announce
nyself a candidate for nomination to the
flice of Sheriff of FairfielH County. The
~ordial support of my fellow-citizens is re
~pctfully solicited.
GEO. W. CRAWFORD.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
~or Sheriff of Fairfield County, subject to
he action of the Demoeratic primaries
J. WOLARK.
I hi(reby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Sheriff of Fairfield Coun
ty, subject to the action of the Derrocratic
primaries. . B. G. TENNANT.
I hereby announce myself for Sheriff of
Fairfield County, and will abide the result
of the Democratic primaries.
- D. E. McDOWEL L
I liereby a::nounce myself a candidate
for re-election to the office of Sheriff ot
Fairfield County, subject to the action of
the Democratic primary.
R. E. ELLISON.
I hereby announce myself a .candidate
for Sheriff of Fairfield County, subject to
the Democratic primary election.
MOSE HI. MOBLEY.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Sheriff c f Fairfield County, subject to
to the rules and regulations of the Demo
cratic piiniary.
JOHN B STEVENSON.
COUN TY SUPERVISOR.
1 hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of County Supervisor for
Fairfield County, subject to the action of
the Democrat'c primaries..
A. D). IIOOD.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of. Supervisor of Fairfield
County, subject to the action of tiie Dem
ocratic primaries.
ROBT. Y. CLOWNEY
I here-by announce myself a candidate
for the office of Superviso:- of Fairfield
County. subject to the action of the Dem
ocratii primaries. J. B. BURLEY.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for County Supervisor, subjcct to the ac
tion of the Democratic pirimaries.
JOIIN A. STEW A RT.
I hereby announce myseit a candidite
for the office of County Supervisor of Fair
field, subject to the rules and regulations
of the Democratic primary.
D. U. ROBERT6ON.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Coun-y Supervisor of
Fairfield, subject to the Democratic pri
mary. ~ JAS. H1. AIKEN.
I hereby announed n'yself as candidate
for the office of Couuty Supervisors sub
jsct to the action of the Democractic pri
mary. JOE McMEEKIN.
I hereby ann uneie myself a candidate
for the ot11ee of County Supervis r, sub
ject to the~ action of the Decmocratic pri
mary. T. C LEIT.NERt.
COUNTY AUD)ITOR.
I hereby announce myself a caindidlate
for County Auditor, subj:'et to the action
of the D~emocratic Drimaries.
ROBT. Rt. JEFFAitES.
1 hereby anniounce myself a candid.. te
for re-election to the office of County Au
ditor, subject to the action of the Demo
cratic primnary. .J L. RICIDIOND).
I hereby announce miyself a cat:didate
for Auditor for Fairfielu County, suibjet
to the rules governing the Democratic pri
mary. GEORGE W. MO0 R1tE.
FOR CORONElR.
I hereby announce umyself a cani ite
for the oni1ce of Coronier for Fairfiel
Co unty, and ph-dge myself to ab'id(e the
result o'f the Denmocra icler prary.
J1. 3MARTIN YONGUTE.
SUPT. OF EUiCCATION.
I hereby avnounce mnyself a ..ca dlidate
for re-eleentien t> the oflice- of Courity
Suerintendent of Educ~ation, subject to
the action of the Democratic primai y.
LD. L STEVENbON.
I hereby annoure inyself a candidate
for the office of Superintendent of Ed(uca
ion for Fairfield County, subjeel to th
Decmocratic primaries. I
W. L. lt()h1(1l 3'Gil, .11
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
COUNTY TREASURER.
I hereby announce myself for re election
o the office of County Treasurer of Fa r
ield County, and will abide the resul of
he Democratic primaries.
HUGH S. WYLINT'
e..
Quickly from Store
to Home
Are the only kind
we deal in. We have a full line of
heavy ai.d fancy Groceries, new and
fresh, always on band. Fresh Sugar
Cured flamns and Pork. ansage every
week; Breaktast Bacon, Cheese and
Macaroni, Sugar, Teas and Coffees.
A nice line of Canned Goods of __
kinds. New Orleans and Porto RW
Molasses; also fancy Table Syrups in
tins. In fact everything kept in a
FIRST-CLASS GROCERY STORE .
We have just enlarged our store
room and are prepared to do more
business. Will be glad to have you
call and give us a trial.
J. D. McCARLEY & CO.
Agents For
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and
Rose Bilhe Celleie,
Rtome, 6a., established in 1886,
now under one management, ofors
exceptional advantages to any one
desiring a thoroughly practical busi
ness education in the shortest possible
The wide range <.f terlitory eovered
by or eployentagency affords
exceptional chances fecr secu'-ing posi
tions We will guarantee iou a posi
ton if you take our guarantee course,
The rooms ini the schpois ::relag
and convenient and a cl ligih' d.
Y.ung men: or vc urg womtren may
enroll in either school ay~ nieek day
during tiC.c ar.
If 3ou are a otrgaper
keeper 'or teacher and desire a ii
tion, wIiite hse Pietim-..: Ag.cy
Charot:e, N C If ) un m 11--t a
stenogrphe'r .r fook-kE c-p. r, >penud a
fewv mozt, in on of ths *t
ad aet i uself in ah:-pe fgor on ii g
money.
Should u. u desi. e to be :tap xprt in
inteet, 'zocks, trade di-c. unsm, i'e',
send 25 cents in starn:'s or tiver atnd
get our P~ocket C:enigto r-iast w t
youi ned.
tin. atddre's,
D. M. Mel VBE,

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