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NiEWS AND HERALD.
PWMlD TRI W1
-BY
T'JE NEWS AND HERALD CO.
One Year, .I
Sic tentL-. - - -*
'VINNSBORG. 2. C
SatarJay, October 6, - - 1900
AFTrE al McKinleyimm may prove
a great blessing to the canntry. The
people have heard very little of first
principles in government, and the Im
perialism of McKieley has revived
discussion of the great fundamental
doctrines and principles of this gov
ernment. As the Atlanta Journal
says: "The speakers who attract most
attention are not the 'spellbinders,'
but those who discuss principles
and policies seriously in an argumenta
tive way," and "at the end of this
campaign there will be a more general
knowledge of the history and princi
ples of our country than ever existed
before, and If a majority of the people
go wrong on the 6th of November it
will be their own fault."
ONz of the most useful compaigners
.in the field is Dawid B. Hill, of New
York. He Is making a very vigorous
and aggressive campaign in New York
for Bryan and Stevensor'. He is doing
his best, and that means a great deal.
The Republicacs fear Hill, and they
hate him. We expect Hill's efforts to
bear fruit in New York, and here we
may say that it is gratifying that
David B. Hill has come to the front
once more. He is too useful a man to
be shelved
WE have received from the Secretary
of State's office copy of the electior
laws together with instructions to the
commissioners of election. The elec
tion will be held on the 6th of Novem
ber. Managers and all those connectec
with the election shonld carefull3
study Secretary of State Cooper's wel
prepared instructions. The commis
sioners A ill publish the notice requirei
by law.
GUAN.S WEATHER FORECAST FOI
OCTOBER.
Rtestless, unsettled condition of thi
atmosphere will prevail from 1st t<
3rd with quicken storm movementi
about the 2nd to Srd, with local rains,
As these disturbances pss~ over, cool
autumn weather will prevail generally
from 3rd t65th. On the 5th the moor
wilt cross the e'uator on her wa:
northward. About the 6th it will turi
warm;_hazy weather will prevail
~~, atuht~ibe 6th ti
tlantic coast. Moot
~e sun on the 8th and
Iso at perigee. .very cool wavy
will follow this 4isithar . Fros
and freezing will be natural over h
Northern and Middle States and ii
portion of the Southern from about
the 8th to 10th, with sbright moonlighi
nights. On the 12th the moon is ai
her fartherest point north. About the
11th it will turn mush warmer and
unsettled blustry weather will prevail
from 11th to 14th, followed by very
cool weather on the 15th and 16th
generally. On the 19th the moon will
cross the e nlator "tn her way south
ward. I name the 17th to 20th as a
general storm period; general rains
will prevail over a very !ar';e scope of
country with high winds, anri some
active gales are very probable on the
Atlantic Coast States; 21st andI 22nd,
fair; moon in conjunction to the dun
on the 23rd, which will cause an at
mospheric unrest from 23rd to 26th;
cloudiness and blustery will be the
general conditions, probably some
rain. Some heavy gales need not he
a surprise on the No: 5 Atlantic
Stateu. Moon will be at l. r southern
declination on the 27th. From the
27th to 29th fair and beautiful; on or
about the 30th and 31st cloudiness and
some rain. Upon the whole, October
promises to be rather a stormy month,
more especially in the Northern and
North Atlantic States from the 6th to
close of months. J atnGat
"Oh, Say, Can You see ?"
If your eye-glasses do not exactly
'oor you need a pair, be sure
,and avail.youi-self of the Opportunity
to have each of your eyes fitted cor
rectly by Dr. Becker, the German ocu
list, who is now and for a short time
only at the Hotel Duval. Hia optical
parlor is fitted with the latest and best
instruments known to science. No
charge for examination. The doctor
__will call at old people's houses free of
charge if they cannot come to him.
Ni. Life Was Saved.
Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen
niaMo., lately had a won
deliverance from a frightful
of" In telling of it he eays: "I~
taken with Typhod Fever, that
raa into Pneumonia. My lungs be
came hardened. I was so weak I
couldn't even sit up in bed. Nothing
helped me. I expected to soon die of
,.- Consumption, when I heard of Dr.
King's New Discovery. One bottle
gave great relief. I continued to use
It, and new am well and strong, I
can't say too much in its praise." This
marvellous medicine is the surest and
quickest curs in the world for all
Thoat and Lung Trouble. Regulari
se. 50 cents and $1.00. Trial bottles
p. free at McMaster Co.'s drug store;
every bottl, guaranteed.
aUNERAL BUTLER.
Repubucans Are Gloating Over His Antl
Democratic Views.
Manufacturerss' Beview.
Gen. Matthew C. Butler, ex-United
States Senator from South Carolina, is
in danger of being denounced as an
enemy of the South and a traitor to his
party by some of the rampant party
men and papers of the South, who can
see only evil In every man that dares
to say that Bryanism is not what the
South needs. In an inti.ew pub
lished in the New York Times, Butler
is quoted as follows:
"r he South has never been so pros
perous at anv time since the civil war
as it is to.day, and I think that this
gratifying condition of affairs is due
principally the high prices at present
being paid for cotton. I believe, fur
thec, that if the present conditions
continue it will only be a short time
'ill the South is thoroughly on her feet
again. In saying this I do not speak
as a politician, for I have been out of
politici now for many years, but from
the stendpoint of a Southern farmer,
to which class I belong."
"How about the political ontlook in
the S.ontb, general?"
"Well, now you have asked me a
hard question. There is where the
negro comes in. If it were not fir
him, I believe that the existence of the
present political conditions in the
South, whicb are due to the dominar
tion of dopulistic ideas, would un
doubtedly be rebuked by the people
south of Mason and Dixion's llne.
Many persons in the South sue in pro
tectioD, especially, a very beneficial
thing to everybody concerned."
"How about the question of impe
rialism in the South?"
"Personally, I am an expansionist.
I think the Democratic party made a
mis ake when they raised the cry of
anti-imperialism, and I don't believe
that there is any such thing. As for
the Southern people, I don't see how
any of them, especially those in the
cotton business, can see anything not
beneficial to them in the policy of ex
pansion.!
"I think Mr. McKinley has made a
most excellent president. Ile is thor
oxglilY conscientious, intensely patri
otic, and has the best interest of the
country, north and south, at heart."
A Fowder MIll Explosion
Removes everythiag in sight; so do
drastic mineral pills, but both are
mighty davgcruus. Don't dynamite
the delicate machinery of your body
with calomel, croton (il or aloes pills.
when Dr. Kiug's New Life Pills,
which are gentle a< a summer breeze,
do the work perfectly. Cures Head.
I ache, Constipation. Only 25c at Mc.
Master Co.'s drug store.
6 Per Cent.
ADVANCES MADE ON COTTON
stored in our warehouse at the rate o:
i per cent per annum.
T BE WINNSBORO BANK,
9-25t3w2 T. K. Elliott, President.
Notice.
ALL PARTIES INDEBTED T(
the firm of Gerig x Seigler will pleast
psay up promptly to Mr. J. W. Seigler
If said debts are nat paid by Octobei
15th they will be put In the ha'nds o:
my attorney for collection.
MARY S. GERIG,
Administratrix of Estat e of F. Gerig
Sdeceased. 9-25-4t
Notice to Depositors.
NOTI ERi~EBY GITEI
that the rate of intere ' if~L~
the Savings Department of this Ban
will iereafter be at the rate of three
per cent per annum, payanth Janluary
1st and July 1st, on sums depositcd at
ea& t three months prior to those dates.
The rate of four pez cent will be
allowed on present deposits, of this
class, to January 1st, prox.
THE WINNSBORO BANK,
T. K. Elliott, President.
9 27-t3x2
An elegant line of
New York Biscuit
Co.'s fine Cakes and
wafers.
Ice Cream,
Butter Thins.
Graham WTafers.
Chocolate Marsh Mallows.
Apricot Creams.
5 O'clock Teas.
Saltines.
Baby Lunch.
Water Thins.
-at
Dealer in Fine Groceries.
WE HAVE
Recently added a new
depart ment to our line of "Hardware,"
which consists of
CROCKERY,
as well as
FINE CHINA
GLASSWAR~E,
CUT GLASS,
md a number of novelties along this
The at tention of the ladies especially
A invited to 'hi, department, which is
n charge ot .uis Laura Gerig.
Come early and make ) our selection.
J WA/ SEI G L- ER-ig: ~
DYegetablePreparation forAs
siiaigthe Food atReg ula-0
ingtheStmachSandBowels of j
Eromotes'DigestioCherfull
Opmiumorphine nor nral
NOT NARCOTIC.
Aperfect Remedy for Constipa
tion, sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
Wortms,Convulsions,Feverish
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
TfacSimile Signalure .f
NEW YORK.
EXACT CoPY oa FwRAPPE9
REDUCED RATES,
To the National Convention of tb
Christian Church, which meets at Kar
sas City, Mo., October 12-19, tli
Southern Railway will sell round tri
tickets from all points on its lies i
the rate of one first-class fare for th
round trip, plus $4 00. Tickets wi
be sold October 8th, 9th and 10t
with final return limit to Octob
23rd, inclusive. Persons at non-coupo
stations should notify ticket agei
ceveral days in advance of their cot
templated departure, in order that 1
may supply himself with proper fori
of tickets.
Also round trip tickets to the An:
Convention, National Baptist Associ
r tion, at Richmond, Va., Septembi
12th-20th, at the rate of one first-cla
fare, from all points on its lines, e:
cept from Washington, D. C., ar
Alexandria, Va. Tickets will be so
September 10th, 11th and 12th, wil
final limit September 22nd, inclusii'
To the annual convention of' tl
Colored Odd Fellows, Louisville, Ky
October 2-7, round trip tickets will I
sold from all stations on the Southet
Railway. Tickets to be sold Septer
ber 29th, 30th, and October 1st, wi
Sfinal limit October 9th./ Persons
non-coupon stationd should notd
ticket agent several days in advan
of their contemplated departure
that be moy supply himself wi
proper form of' tickets.
The Mississippi Valley Medical A
sociation meets at Ashville, N. C
October 9th-11th. The Southern Rai
Sway will sell round trip tickets fro
all stations on its lines October 6th
her 15th.
For further informatlon call on<
write any agent of the Southern IRai
way or its connections.
No Right to Uglinaess.
The woman who is lovely in faci
form and temper will always hav
friends, but one who would be attral
tive must keep her health. If she
weak, sickly and all run down, et
will be nervous and irritable. If si
had constipation or kidney trouble
her impure blood will cause pimplei
blotches, skin eruptions and a wretcl
ed complexion. Electric Bitters is tb
best medicine in the world to regulat
stomach, liver and kidneys andt
purify the blood. It gives stron
nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvet
skin, rich complexion. It will make
good-looking, charming woman of
run-down invalid. Only 50 cents i
McMaster Co.'s drug stoi e.
Be Careful
No woman can be too careful o
her condition during the period be
fore her little ones are born. Neglec
or improper treatment then endan
gers her life and that of the child. I
lies with her whether she shall suffe:
unnecessarily, or whether the ordea
shall be made comparatively easy
She had better do nothing than d
something wrong.
MOT HER'S.
FRIEND
s the one and the only prepa~ration
that is safe to use. It is a liniment
that penetrates from the outside.
External applications are eternally
ight. Internal medicines are radi
ally wrong. They are more than
hmbugs-they endanger life.
Mother's Friend helps the muscles
to relax and expand naturally-re
leves morning sickness-removes
he cause of nervousness and head
che -prevents hard and rising
reasts-shortens labor and lessens
he pains-and helps the patient to
apid recovery.
From a letter by a Shreveport, La.,
oman: " I have been using your
onderful remedy, Mother's Fred
or the last two months, and find it
ust as recommended."
Draggists seHl It at $I per bottle.
HiE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
ATLANTA, GIA.
Send for our free illustrated book,
"Before Baby is Born."
The One DayCold Cure
Kermott's Chocolates Laxative qinine for
od in te head and sore throat. Children take
'l'A
n as una uhl e .
Bear the /]
|W J
ignature
of
In
* Use
For Over
Thirty Years
CASTORIA
THE CCNTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CTY
Kodol
,Dyspepsia Cure
'r Digests what you eat.
u it artificially digests the food and aids
it Nature in strengthening and recon
- structing the exhausted digestive or
e gans. It sthe latest discovered digest
n ant and tonic. No other preparatiOn
can approach it in efficiency. It in"
stantly relieves and permanently cures
S pse61 Indigestion, Heartburn,
,, tuen Sour Stomach,
.all otherresultsof imperfectdleton-.
d Prepared by E. C. DeWITT a CO., Chicago.
h McMAS'3ER -e.; Winnsboro, 5. C.
B.
is, by no means,
Sdisease it is tutoyg to be
th in the begine' / '
3 It can al ed
iin the begir ~ ed-l
' s o ou ve got
. t ; you don't bel ..it;. you
won't believe it- you are
-forced to. Then it is danger
ous.
Dot: > afraid ; but attend
, to it quick-you can do it your
self and at home.
S Take Scott's Emulsion of
e Cod Liver Oil, and live care
:fully every way.
~- This is sound doctrine,
e whatever you may think or
be told; and, if heeded, will
save life.
If you have not tried It, send for
a tree sample, Its agreeable taste will
t S OTr & o NE, Chemists,
409 Pearl Street, New York.
50c. and $1.00; all druggists.
Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
How To Find Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set
- 'tling indicates an
unhealthy condi
tioti of the kid
-neys; if it stains
* your linen it is
evidence of kid
ney trouble; too
- . frequent desire to
pass itcor pain in
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad
der are out of order.
What to Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of the urinary passage. It corrects inability
to hold water and scalding pain in passing
it, or bad effects following use of liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many times
during the night. The mild and the extra
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon
realized. It stands the highest for its won
derful cures of the most distressing cases,
If you need a medicine you should have the
best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and $1. sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of this
wonderful discovery
and a bocok that tells
more about it, both sent
absolutely free by mail,
address Dr. Kilmer & Home of Swamp-Root. ~
Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men
tion reading this generous offer in this paper. f
s
T' lE POSITION OF RESIDENT
.L Special Agent of the Equitable
Life Assurance Society for Winnsbhoro
and vicinity is opened to a mani of
good ch'aracter and abili'y. A vana
ble contract, carrying renewals, will ""
bergiven to. the right man. Address, "
W. J. RODDET, Mgr., Rock lill,
S. C. -191 E'
armerc, *** 1
*+* Att-ention!
NOW IS THE TI ME TO BUY
:Iantatio n
Supplies.
OUR STOCK OF 1EAVV GRO .
eries is now complete.
We cater specially f'or the fa riners'
rade. We know what they nee d, and
re prepared to sei ve tiem awi a:. bot- Ar
wm prices.
We also carry a ni ce line oe -hell
SHOES, HA' VS,
DRI GOO33,
NOTIONS,
nd everything usually found ii: a
,eneral store. Ai
grGoods delivered to , )ur city 1 rade.
.ome and see us.
W. R. RABB & C0
GRANITE COR ER.
Tax Notice.
TAXES WILL BE DUE AND
payable from the 15th da y of October
1o the 31st day of Deceml )er, 1900.
The tax levy for Stat e purpose; is
5 mills; for ordinary con at)' purposes,
i mills; for school purp< ises, :) mills;
making a total levy of 1 2 mills on all
taxable property of the c Dunty. There
is an additional, a spi cial tax, for
school purposes of 2 mi ls in Schoil
Districts Nos. 1, 9, 14, 17, 18 and 25,
making a total levy of 14 mil, in thoss
school districts, and a iupecia! chool
tax of 1 mill in No. 19, 1 &*king a total
levy of 13 mills in that sc thool district.
There is also a tax of otne dollaur on
each male citizen betwe" 7 the ages of
21 and 60 years, except t aose who are
disabled or are made ex esapt by law.
Taxes are payable in the following
kinds of funds and to o'ther: Gold
and siiver coin, Uniti State, cr
rencv, 'national bank .n stes, anti con
pons which shall become due and pay
able during the year 190( 1 on the conm
solidated bonds known i "BrOwn"
bonds, nnl the bonds of the State
knowu as "Blne" bonds, and any other
State bonds which may be issued by
anibority of an Act. of the Genera'
Assembly, the conpon of which ire
by such Act made receiv able for tvxes.
HUGH S. WYLIE. a
9-27-1m Count- r Treasurer.
KSYIBLI) ILED
1851
D[5T. PR[P AR[D
PAINTv
M4ADE BY'
v~~ Igf. Go.,
K~~JV. f.A.
AMjfCSIMGAW
For S le, By.
JEOBEABR.
Hoiday...
r
-o -
I have a nice selecti ~Um just
opened for inspection froi n syhich
to select your Christmas. '-eents,
consisting of
SLEEVE and COLL1@ k~
BUTTONS,
PINS,
RINGS,
BRACELETS, I
and FANCY GOODS,.
Also, nice presents in China
and Rogers & Bros'. Cek >brated
Plated Wares, as cheap an< I relia
ble as they ct'n be bougi it any
where.
Call soon and make you r selec
bion.
C
C. M. Chanicfler
A~ Most Delightful S hside 0'
Resort, is now 0: penE
for theSummer'
of I900.
FINE NE W COACHES N' SW R UN
rom Lanes to Georgetow:n, C ssua new
.nd modern a: camer' i nto ;w -e the
ine from Gort~own to XIeverly
Ills.
Good water (>nte tian): W.; mos.
nitoca; fine surt bat hing ;1 i ising- ac
The ti ble ie alw'.z- 'upp ,li-d withi
.sh, c'yster.., ertutn ad -1 n'im r in is
Baron.
For terms address co
MRS. WINT HROP WI L Ll A.!, La
Waverly Mi!l., s. C. cat
--...- Os
The One Day Cold Cure. -
BOUTHERN ^AILWAY.
tral Time at Jacksonville and Savatnah.
Eastern Time at Other Points.
Schedule in Effect JAne 10,t 1909.
NORTHBOUND. OA ' F04
Jack~sonvine L(P. 6)- -... - -- ..--.--.
Satannah (So. y ). - .- .. -... 12 I
Barnw e11 .. :......... --- -.---- le
Blackville ........----. ..-- 4-21- 4 e
Springfleld ........... 4 p 51 e,
Sally ............. - .-.
Columbia ........
halso,(So-.y 07 - - - I- . - - - fw - -
Su m r i e ..... . . -- - ..... - -1 -2 a -- -I -
Branchvillo ....---- - 85a 15
Or. ngeburg. ......... .. - 923 -
Kingvllo ........... ... . . 1..501 43.
. Columbia .......... .... 5a
Columbia, (U. D.)....... .....5 21
Columbia, (Bldg St.... 9 0a 1 05
W innsboro ............. ........10p 7... d
hester ........... . ..... 1 18
Danvil .......---. -- W
RJ hnsto ....... ..... . - 20 9 CUM
.Cou b a ( .*......... ...... 5s5 0
d- SPa.RR)... 912
V lnnihro... It03_M_
-rh rte bur .... ... .... - - - -
'..(.... )......~ u
hoc n Hill ..................
esChrltte ...............-- -----
..nsbor............-- -
- ' a80) ...... ..
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.Grnti....................
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SJac le (P.S.)
Sleepiag Car Servi19.
gerv!eb between
P~ a8
ad Savannah.
os. 8 . d 8.-U. S. F .
kee 3 and New o
t.. AS'C . P a. ...
W .D. . . 4tlan
STOP
hen you are passing our
way and see our new ar
rival of
FTresh Candy,
ust arrived from the factory.
Runnally's Canbp
neans that itis freshand nice.
You w .il fin- it in any size
'ackage to suit you. Don't
all to call and see it.
Don't forget the name,
Nunnally.
L. H. McMaster
& Co.,
Druggists5.
1801-1900.
01T CAROLINA C0LLEH,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
A.B,B. S., A. M., LL.B, L 1.
ourses. Sprint Courses frie for
eacers. Fourteen Professors; 33,
)0 volumes in library; exceitent lbb-J
atot ies, class-rooms, gymnsium,
firary, athletic grounds. Tuition;
I0, other :es $10, a session ; t itioni
mited to i,..edy students. Expenses
135 to $175 g session. Certified
spiIk from for:-y-five Accmd.ited
honia eter its Freshman Class with
it, r-amikvnaQti onk . - ...
Etraoire d Noreal cho:arhtip,
cami itions' held at every coiunty-1
at, rida', July 20, 1900,. by (konnty;
Nt ses-ion ops Septembt=r ur,
00. Fotr ctalogue, addr,
s p C. WOODWARD.
31 Preidt.
Wi bz fair (-dt ciftin and go'd chir-j I
cUming, an= ype-writing. 'Thi
3do l by au . ebu railway I
n~anie. as the onlv p'r~eti and t
ble ~ittution or its kind. All 'ur
duas a re avted to positiot.
die lI-o admuitte*. Writre for freec
aloge. Fall term opena Auttr 1.5
-LOBE TELEGRAPH COLLEGE,I
kosh. Wis., and Lexintg on, Ky.
-144m
FRICAMA wHllcuze Rheazaum ad In
I~t. ay en 0usd. I
arloteo R ollei
iarlotte, N. C., established in 1891
and
ROe Ties CIllele,
Rome, Ga., established in 1886,
)w under one management, oflrs
rceptional advantages to any one
-iring a thoroughly practical buul
ps education in the shortest possible
Ti,e w.de range of teriitory covered
6 nr emp!oyment agency affords
Ce, enonzal chances for securing pol
.s We will guarantee you a poo
if 011 1 ake our guarantee course.
Tr.e 10Ums II the schools are large
Iso coivenient and well lighted.
Y,.ure inei, or voung women may
nroll in either school any week day
urinii tl.e: Near.
If ou are a stenographer, book
eeper or teacher and desire a posi.
0on, wiie the Piedmont Ageney,
:iarlotte, N. C. If you are not a
tenlographier or book-keeper, spend a
ew months in one of these schools
nd zet yourself in shape for earning
2oney.
Should -)ou desire to be an expert In
terest, stocks, trade discount, etc.,
end 25 cents in stampe or silver and
et our Pocket Calculator-just what
-on need.
For circulars and further informa*
ion. address,
. D, M. McIVER
President.
I Still Have
-6 or 8
Young Mules
&ND FIVE OR SIX PLUG SIULES
yet unsold. Persons needing males
shoald call and see them before buy
ing as I will sell them cheap for cash
r good paper, payable in the fall.
I also bave a few horses, amonc
them two good Combination Horse.
Also a couple of GOOD MARES,
suitable for brood mareo-young and
ound.
Cows.
1 will pay the highest csh price for a
classes, fat or pwor.
Buggies.
1 still have a few BUGGIES that I
will sell cheap for cash.
A. Williford,
Winnsboro. 8. G.
"HOUSE HODf"
The most modern Sewing
Machine of the age, embra.
ng all the latest improve
ments. Unequaled for Dura
ility, Range of Work and
Simplicity.
Dealers wanted in unoccu
ied territory. Correspon
ence solicited. Address,
T. I. DERBYSHIRE.
General Agent,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
12-28-Iy
IN STOCK.
SHINGLES,
LiME
and
IYRAULIC CEMENT.
$1.25 per Bushel.
/IW.Doty &Co

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