nce of m~
e premises, be
ore. In giving m
refe--ence to tbe pre
uds, sustained by th
e constitution and th
ited, I have only exei
natitutionat right of fre
ich i' guarantesd to th
citizen in this land of liberty
opose on all proper occasions
think the public interests de
it, to exercise this constitutions
t, without fear, favor or affection
tat the same time, with due con
deration, and respect for the righti
"The very head and fro,, f my of
Hath this extent, no more."
I expect the town council to consult
their own attorney, and when -o in
structed as to the law relating to their
authority in the matter, to do their
duty as they may be advised, wit bont
regard to what I may say, and n
awed by '-the Anale" which <.oses my
In regard to what my friend says
Ut legal advice being an "uncertain
the legal advice give his ' friend a
zealous banker," by his legal adviser,
with respect to the necessity of protebt- b)
ing a note in order to hold the en- n
dorsers liable and the payment of pro- Y
test fees, I suppose my friend had [l
some object in inserting what purports a
to be the experience of a mmnager of a i
bank with his legal advisers; but to me, w
it set me, it is not at all germane to thbe ilt
question under discussion. But what- 01
ever -ting may lurk in it, is very ce
easily extracted, and whatever covert"
purpose may underlie it, is rendered a'
perfectly harumless, by a correct state- U
>ment of the law. Our courts in this
State, whenever the question was
made, have always decided that it is
not necessary to protest an inland J
bill of exchange or promissory note,
made and endorsed by parties living
in the State, but if a note is made by a
- person residing in one State and
payable to a person residing in another
State, it is considered a foreign bill of
exchange and protest is absolutely I
necessary. But it has always been the
custom of the banks in this State as
far back as my knowledge extend,, to
protest all notes, whether classed as ha
Inland bills or foreign bills, and to m
-charge protest fees, and whenever BI
notes which were protested have been
placed in my bands fir collection, I
have atways collected the protest fees of
as well as the principal and interest trc
Ane on the notes. While the courts
have held as above stated, with re
gard to protest of note., they have al- dm.
ways insisted on proof of the present- -
ulent ofta note to the maker, at maturi- A
7 shown bytheU .
'I and its owiieo
,fare seven thousand people in trhe tA
and suburbs. Its town councii hal
recently issued $35.000, of 4 perce
D onds at 10'.05, for the constructioi
D of a sewerage system. Yorkville hai
y had tbe advantage of t wo independent
lines of railroad, for ten years or more
and has now a population of two thou
6 sand and twelve, and only recently ha
e commenced to grow by thie erection o1
.factories an d municipal improvements,
SA correspondent of the Charleston
News and Courier, whe is a residerni
B of Y'orkville, in a very recent issue of
;that paper say.: "Yorkville is at the
,mercy of two indepezident railroads,
. and would be glad to see them bot
gobbled by one of the great systems."
If the toewn of Winnsboro should
issue $50,000 of 5 per cent bonds, as
proposed by my friend, it would have
to pay not only $2,500, interest each
year, but an additional amount of
$1,250, if they be 40;yu bonjda, for a
sinking fund to pay the principal wvhen
due, as required by Section 7, Article
VIII of the Constitution of the State.
The amount raise'd by the taxes now
Jevied by tbe town council amount to
$2,500. To pav~the interest and pro
vide a sinking fund for the payment of
the proposed issue of bonds at their
maturity won Id require a t ax sufficient
to raise $6,250 per annum, an in
crease of 150 per cent.
A. S. Dongiss.
MRs. WINSLOW's SOOTHING ST~
as beeni used for over fifty years by
tii->'ns of mothers for their children
bhile te.thinig, with perfect anecess.
soo-hes th - eb d, so'tnei the sums,
lays a 'i in, wn es w in-i c.>lic, anid
rrie be~-remedici for d a:.a ho'a it
itli reiev'. the poor litt c' -fferer
run -dwub. 8:,d be droiisits in
.ra par if' ii.e~ ...rld. T l.c Iv 6ve
:11 a bo.t;tle. B-. -ure atid . k for
id cik, * ., rt In . I z-7
ust Received Direct from
England a complete -
line of T
Au extra supply- of GLASSW AfE
s also been added to thia depart
mnt, together with a nice s!ection of Fa
ne and White Enaimeled Ware
We cordially extend an inepection'
:hese eoods to every ore. No
uble to show them or quote prices.
. W. SEIG LER2 'he
FRICANA w'lUcure Rheu"-mann and j
* Scoaa oSa CMrd.c
iaques an i edali
. Photo Frames and
Tea Sets (all prices).
Cups and Saucers.
F China Plates.
SBird~s of Paradise.
o Fine Candies.
Toys too numerous
Do'tforget the sa
Yours for a Merry Xmas
$1 .251per Bushel.
/I.W.Doty & Co.
IE MALLARD LUMBE CO.,
iEELEY1TJLLE ail GREENVlLLE, S. G.,
rnishes Lumber, Building Materials
>t all kinds, and are contractors
for brick or wood houses.
MR. J. M. McROY,
low in Winnsboro doi'ig work for
cotton mills and erecting several
allings in town.
riformation will be given by Mr
Rne at 1# innahnrn. 11.1..m
"4 n ... ontpt
d Irtd I wIl selb
C s i
of Fairetate of Sourth (r
on iecwest of l th e l o n e
wayt conaining nWiin
TWOA, HNDRE DAC
more or luses and being inthe
Mf ay E. e, Sand of wouhC
oedmatetwest of J on A.
mone-thrd ei, and thengbal
dary of sae, tnof escre
MayEKe purchaserze and a o
sodatt esi sofd with tt
Vsirrin oF P f thecrdi
* ayr Bouni
and rec e d, good lpriel bh
eno y , 1901 purchas ing del
proerty Io havethreo:fu
Allmbin atationHorss ptrateI
lyin, oidwore and el inth
outbfo ared StaeofSo. h
oTheyae wterclimatedad Creel
onamil wokgoe of them tore o
me ae, su~itaienorhav wrkg
mor tem as cheap anodc ben t
landwevreds ba few pAg. MO
tosema EI will ary and wpic
reer, ied yubseie and c
Carrsno si you cotee me al.
IOmnewysnthir cake, andthba
reyan dits of oeandl that yoear
todl.y See me, teoeo seclr.
For te Thaksgivn
Hfo nrlrse st ul o
and eG~ ROoERIE;S.h
e njopy t~,~hesl gods snie
CmBiaton Harms, npModassesR
diers and ceders; ate fnc thee
BMsnArps, ,nd oCesand Goods br
satb es or c briod nae th l
i -eto -justv as orhankful brokie at
Theysah godarrclimatdl and can qu
ofall ha w o oer isof the hunreI
meamlesto se~e for 'hev ork htI
selthe A gos dhep seorcaeby.
anyhere . Alo9 fwplg'
and receive a certificate which
1,ooo Cash Prizes by the PR:
ing the nearest guess or estim
of 1991, which will be taken.
We have made arrangeml
to participate in the distributi
UNTIL FURTHER NC
AND HERALD will be entit
by paying their subscriptions
ber. You get the guess abso
When you send in your
as plainly as possible. As so
prize that you may draw. W,
subscriber will, receive as man
>ND HERALD. If you w
also be entitled to one guess.
To aid sul
Year. Total Population.
The population for 1901 at atr
over the population would
At an increase of 15 per cent
At an increase of 20 per cent
At an increase of 25 per cent
(An increase o
Address your or<
Keev. Farmers, e
aneo *+* Attentic
st from _______
ortgage NOW Id THE TIME TO BI
OUR STOCK OF HEA.VY G
ceries is now complete.
___ We cater specially for the farrm
""trade. Woe know what they need,
are prepared to set ve them an. al
IWe also carry a nice Jine of s
~jand everything usually found ii
rood general store.
sad- I"Goods delivered to our city r
nice Come and see us.
-W. R. RABB & C
ave -Cu res
I have a nice selection ju.
opened for inspection from whi,
to select your Christmas Presen1
SLEEVE and COLLAR
s'and FANCY GOODS.
an As, nice presents in Chix
SPated ogers & Bros'. Celebrate
e.P dt Wares, as che a d relit
- l sthey con be b.ht an:
)U Call soon and imake your soee
C. M Chandlei
)TO BE dX\
RIA 'S GREA TL
SO, SEND YOUR GUESS A-ND SL
will entitle you to participate in
ESS PUBLISHING ASSOCI.Van
ate of the population of the Dom n
nts with the PRESS PUBLISiI" "
on of the prizu-;. amounting to i
TICELeer : w 1
ed to one Iuess.
tn 1st January, 190!, proddi such p
;ubscription you make your guess. 1e
an as we receive your subscription xve
ON, OF DETROIT. MICH., contamir
will file th- duplicate certincate witi
y certificates andlhave as many guesses
mnt more than one guess get your friE
>scribers in forming their estimate, we fu
Increaze. Per Cent.
635.553 17 23
508,429 11 19 To the i:eal
increase of 12 per cent To the 2nd
be 5,413,227 To the 3rd,
:f 579,988) To the 4th.
it would be 5,558,224 To the 5th
>f 724,985) To the 6th.
it wonid be 5,799,886 To the nex
)f 966,647) each, am
it woa!d be 6,041,548 To the m-x
E 1,208,309) each, am
To the next
To tle ~ex1
To the ext
In can of
Oantral Time at Jacksonville and Sain
Eastern Time at Other Points.
Schedulo in Effect June 10th, 1900
" Springsleld .....!.. ...444P 4
RO v. Charleston, (So.Ry... .... 10a ~
"Summervifllo.......... 41a1 120
er' " Branchville ........ .....85a 1.
ers Orangeburg ........... 23a2
).Ar. Columbia .........._... 11 00a_5_
Lv. Augusta, (So Ry ... uGa 255p ~9i
Lv.Graniteville .......245a 826p 10:
hei . L Edgefield ............. i1p ..
Lv. Aiken ........... 315p
Lv. Trenton .......... 053 11
"Johnston.............. 520a 419p1112
Ar. Columbia, (U. D.),........... 545p 2'
Lv. Columbia, (Bidg St....930a 610p 6 5
" Winnsboro............ .....7 703p 7
"Chester............... ..... 751p 8:
" Rock Hill .......... 823>p 81t
a Ar. Charlotte .......... .... .... 90 p 04
\V. ashington ..... . /E'i
"Baltimore (Pa.RR)... .... 912a112
"?hiladelphia..........!...... 11835a 2 1
" ew York...........i...... 2 03p 61
Col mbi .......... ...1 40a1 6l
.Spartanburg ..............810p 05
".A.h.le................ ...... 715pl 11
. Cincinnat . ........ fE 7 4
'. Louisvile ............. T45TI
Lv. Knoxville ............... . ET
" Asheville............. ...... 800:-. 80i
"Spartanburg ...........11 453 61l
4r. olumbia ..p..... ...820) 9 4
". Ic ,. .... ... .
V. reot ................
* Rok E11 .................. 5a 10~
" Chester ............. 25a 14
"Winnsbord ........... ...... 10 18a 1(
. Columbia, (Bdg St... O809 112Ca 1'
.Columbia,(..)....... 11 45a4
Johnstn .............. 1 i8 p 1 886
"Trenton .............. 1 148p 8 4
Ar. GranitevilM......... iLd6t T~ Ti
r. Aurusta ........... *100a S50 8 0C
" gville................ 48p88
Ar. Charleston ........ ...81.5p 700
Lv. Columbia (So. Rly.) .~12oa'1 2(
Ar. all ................ .... 12 7p1 282
"Springfield ...........,..... 1245.p 2 40
"Blackville......... .... .... 107p 800.
" Barnwell . . - --. . ..' ..- 121n 8 1
*Trins43and44(mixed except Sunday
arrive and depart from Hamburg.
tIDaily except Sunday.
Sleeping Car Service.
Excellent (taiy passenger service bectweei
..Florida and New York.
Nos. :Al and 34-New York and Flo.lds Exz
Augusta and New York.
Pullmn drawing-room sleejinug car:s be
tween Port Tamna, Jackrsonvi le, So-annah
.st Washington and Ne-:. York.
fulmncleping cars between Chw ) kto an:
h ihod. Dining cars between Ch2arlotte
Sd Nsav~>andh 86-U. S. Fast Mail. Through
Pullman drawinit-room buffetsepigcrb
Iween Jacksonville and New Yors: and Pull
man sleening cars between Augusta and Ohar.
lotte. Dining cars serve nil meals enroute.
Pullman sleeping cars between Jnckso vlle~
and Colmbia. enroute daily between Jackson
ville and Cincinnati, via Asheville.
FR ANK S. GANNON, J. 31. CLL..
Third V-P. & Gen. Mgr., Trainc Macr.,
Washngton, D. C. Washington.D. C
W. A. TURK. S. E. H ARDWICK,
Gen. Pass. A g't. .As't Gen. Pass. A g't.
Washington, D. C. Atlanta, G~a.
d rIJE POSITION OF RESIDENT
I SperinI Agent of thie Eqgji b
Life Accurance S ciet fIr Wi. olc
and vici-:ity i opened to a to of
good character s~nd abili'y. A v~ u::
ble contract, carrying renewa!s. n
be gie totei t mat'.A r .
W. J.RDD Y Jgr., Rock HI ,
bution of .io,ooo to be distributed in
DETROIT. MiCH., among those mak
* >nada, as shown by the official census
CJI A T iON to enable our subscribers
years subscription to THE NEWS
ears may take advantage of this offer
. s made on or before the 24th Decemr
and write your name, address and guess
send you a cerfificate of the PRESS
your guess, which vill entitle you to any
th- Press Pubiiing Association. Every
as he sends -ubscriptions to THE
nds and, neighbors to subscribe. They wil
rnish the following data.
m to bMAEMi~o as FMloi:
cst correct guess, $5,000 00
0 2,000 00
12 s:iret correct guesses, $10.00
Oanililg to 120 00
t 42 nearest correct guesses, $5.00
unt1ing to 210 00
100 nearest correct guesses, $3.00
>uning to 300 00
380 nearest correct guesses, $2.00
)unting to 760 00
4d0 nearest correct guesse!, $1.00
2nniing to 460 09
,000 prizes, amounting to $10,000 00
a tie, or that two or more estimators are
'e.,, prizes will be divided equally between
Winnsboro, S. C
The Easy Running
2 The most modern Sewing
~Machine of the age, embrac
ingfl all the latest improve
ments. Unequaled for Dura
bility, Range of Work and
yDealers wanted in unoccu
2pied territory. Correspon
dence solicited. Address,
J. HI. DERBYSHIRE.
Chariot, N. C ., 81 '
a Roume, Gr'., established i n 1886.
now und~raer one mnagem~~jeng, offers
Sece~pt)i>al advan.tages to an one
(lesi: inig a thrub 1 raictical basi
ii:.e n' d" r.:ng~ 1 te enit<.ry covered
excepor .?... ch!aino fo.r se'cu1-ing post- .
cons e -:: i'rr f ee 'ou ai posi
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n e :r o . '' .<'' ' n n- ' large
YX~ ii :j'. 'r 'utg '.omn may
nrol in e. heIe. t eke
If u on et a tenc'lrap oer, book
cha e' a *. C. If ': e' c not a
mr.og r.. r :Dck..& ':. er, spend a
fe- r ., y n one ' f h ese r-chools
and 2'et r ou -'I in ciye for ear~
send 25 cans ot rt
gct our Poetet Cii
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