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THE NEWS AND HERALD.
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WINNSBORO, S. C. hath beei
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wednesday, ;maech 33, : : : 1887. ?eui w w
? learn ot
K. B. ItA.GSnj.LE, 1 structive
y bditoxs. . . ? ,
w. x. xcdosaijD, ) lties of tr
- and wit
The Baltimore American says: superior
"The South cannot reach wealth by name h*
one boom. Industrial greatness is not reproach
a matter of hours; it is the growth of tosv, has
years. Investments will not turn out snrpasse<
fortunes in a week; they must have has freq
time to mature. The South is all master's
right, but it owes its growth to the generous
people who work, and not to those He nevei
who spend their time in talk." leaves hi
Deprecating the "practical joke" ^eav(;
Which the young men of Augusta 0
played on the "Salvationists" the f* - rou
Hews and Courier says that "any * ltfa ?
community which will allow such pro- ? c ip
ceedings to go unpunished and unre- er
buked withins borders would seem to peared,=a
require all the attention that 'salva- unavaiiii
tionists' of every kind can bestow hunters
upon it." This the old doctrine of
similia sirnilibus cur ant nr. but 'afte]
The death roll of the last Congress could ki!
was an extraordinary one, comprising brush, ca
the unprecedented number of thirteen ran off s
names in the House and Senate. reP(
Among these are Vice-President Hen- the?dea<
dricks, president of the Senate, Sena- man had
tors Miller, of California, Pike, of gonshot
New Hampshire, Logan, cf Illinois,
and Representatives Habn, of Louisi
ana, Arnot, Beach and Dowdney, of
New York, Price, of Wisconsin, Cole, ent 111 *
of Maryland, Ellwood, of Illinois, [ e condl
Duncan, of Pennsylvania, and Ran- one ^ v
kin, of Wisconsin. fDfdeath
In a recent letter to Dr. Morrison, his post
of Baltimore, the late Rev. Henry until his
"Ward Beecher stated his belief as fol- almost s
lows: use the i
The formulated doctrines, as I hold reproach
ehem, are: A personal God, creator unfaithfa
and ruler all things; the human family .. .
universally sinful; the need and pos- t"0U t0L
sibility and facts of conversion; the fidelity.
/' "no OMnniT in cnr>Vi Q n7Apb -Tpcnc
V*A V iUV &U DUVU M irv?u) v VWMV
Christ the manifestation of God in A
human conditions; His office in redemption
supreme. I do not believe 1 he E
in the Calvinistic form of stating the the trial i
atonement. I do not believe in the leys, retc
fell of the human race in Adam, and, t " rph5
of course, I do not hold that Christ's .. ,
work was to satisfy the law broken by a verdlct
Adam for all his posterity. The race less than
was not lost, but has been ascending pect. Jc
steadily from creation. I am in hearty ^er ^
accord with revivals and revival
preaching, with the educational forces mau sev
of the church, and in sympathy with grandfatl
all ministers who in their several stances o
ways seek to build up men into the DQhijc
image of Jesus Christ, by whose faith- * .
fulness, generosity and love I hope to Provokec
be saved and brought home to heaven, can be fi
^ It was a
C. H. J. Tayloe, the colored Demo- for; deli
cret of Kansas City, who is to be ap- lessly ex'
pointed minister to Liberia, is only The mi
Ihirty-two years old, and will be one hard to ?
of the fyoungest foreign ministers in to <jie a ^
the service of the government. He so unfor
was born in Alabama in 1855, and in witness t
1S68 removed to Charlottesville, West sons J
Virginia, where he remained for a that its 1
period of seven years, the last year of again$t tl
which he taught in the public school ^n(j y,
there. In 18/5 he went to South Caro- gy^orn to
lina to stump the State for General iaw and 1
Wade Hampton. The following year, 0f mansl
before 'he had attained his majority, js the c
he went to Oberlin, Ohio, where he eightjun
attended college and graduated. He guilty of
then entered the law school there, and him. are
after havinsr received his diploma went ?thev ti
to Leavenworth, Kansas, where he whatsha
engaged in the practice of law. Soon They bet
after he removed to Kansas City in the mankind
same State, where he has since re- immeasu
mained. In 1882 he was elected as- and fair-i
sistant city attorney, which position And as
be still retains, having left for Kansas pUt in th<
City a few days ago to tender his thirty ye
resignation. He will return to this years.
city on the 26th inst., and will proba- more, bo
bly sail for Liberia as soon after as he done un<
can qnalifv and file his bond, which is richly de
$20,000.? Wash. Cor. N. Y. Sun. as this co
m m State wh
Mistaken. . . ,
~ isrea wiu
The Register savs: "The great in the i
Napoleon said, 'I am the state.' He term of
was mistaken." The Register is also penitenti;
mistaken. It was Louis the XIV. _
who said: "Z' Etat c' est am
the state. Napoleon's empire was
founded upon the opposite principle? It is 1
imperialism based upon universal suf- "Baltimc
Vage, at least it elaimed to be. called, tl
Herbert Spencer. t> i. m
We cannot agree with our corres- The ii
pondent in his estimate of Herbert cently p;
Spencer. Chancellor Kent, in a very against "
ovf"r?T7<>cr??i-?f pnlnorv nf AlftTAnrler and the
Hamilton., said that one could sit and consolida
listen at his profound arguments "un- nothing r
til one was lost in admiration of the part of t
strength and stretch of the human law Jof t!
understanding." Aud this just about but they
expresses onr estimate of the ability and must
of the author of "The New Synthetic for the w
Philosophy." Of all the great think- The ra
ers of ancient or modern times Her- one, anc
bert Spencer is the profoundest. The The .alte
full force and effect of Chancellor the peopl
TTont'o r>T-ilr>orv- is fi?]t cchpn rtnA has thp vsrilrn
once apprended definitely the full shall rul<
scope of Mr. Speucer's philosophy of has comi
the universe. He is, according to our long and
notion, the "foremost man of all the be with t
earth"?greater than Aristotle and The tin
Socrates, Newton and Kent combined, be far d'u
It has been said of him that he carries will resui
in the lobes of his mighty brain "all and opera
the learning of the past and all the the peopl
possibilities of the future;" and even indeed, b
in this we i can hardly say that the the very
truth is overstated. But this is not a upon him
proper time or place for a sketch of is virture
Herbert Spencer or of a review of his the peopL
philosophy. It is sufficient to say tuat pie," to o
more than that of any other cause his interest,
writings have made and will make the hands of
nineteenth century the most illnstri- of infinite
ous period in the intellectual history it would s
nf wArlrl r>nmnplle>r
Renews Her 1'oath. &I>d Ullde
Mrs. Phoebe Chesley, Peterson, Clay is?*.ie is
county, Iowa, tells the following remarka"- rtT
ble story, the truth of which is vouched for PeoPIC
by the residents of the town: "I am 73 railroads
years old, have been troubled with kidney posse^sioi
complaint and lamenees for many years; , " 1
could not dress myself without help. Now Ple 01 c<
I am free from all pain and soreness, and solve the
am able to do all my own housework. I , .
owe my thanks to "Electric Bitters for obstruct*
having renewed my youth, and removed most raati
completely all disease and pain." Try a T,
bottle, only 50 cents at McMaster, Brice & ^
Ketchin's Drug Store. * whether
tie Fidelity of the possession of the railroad, but w
. UioantTThou sluggard," it they will not be compelled to do
? said, "and lean, a lesson of a measure of self-defence.
" And mankind have been The Register'' ana the Xew
ther of the lower animals to ,
her equally valuable and in- ?ar deemed contemporar
lessons. But the good qual- Columbia has an edito
. , , "Southern Civilization.'' win*
le aog are seiciom appreciated, i ' ?
h traits of character often peara to us more of a caustic cr
to those of his master, his on lbe -,:New South?-an earne
is vet been made a term of Potent protest against the tende
. Buffon, in his Natural His- tbo aSc- wb!cb onr contem
done ample justice to the nn- seems to misunderstand. The
i courage of this animal that to'slts down 1,1 tbe rnms of
uently died in defence of his a,K monrus iD sackcloth and
cause. He is brave, he is aild refasc3 t0 bc comforted
, he is faithful to the end. mourns, too, for that which ha
betrays his friend; he never been los!' 0ur ~ntemporan
s post. "Other friends may l??erve its soul m peace 11.
e, but I will not,"is tbe silent 50"tb filiation", ofwhich it
f his humble life, which in its t0 bc 'be ?P?"?". 15 ,'1C" '<*
nds even yet sometimes ex- oven forgotten-all that mere n:
liblime and touching incident. whlcb 15 Y,ortb Presf T1"S 1
? cprv^rl?all fr.A mminnnd. .ill the
romthe Spartanburg Herald: " """
lavs ago Jesse Faber, a farm- a?e ant1 a11 ,hc va'tue of thc
near Asheville, N. C., disap- civilization" will be appropriated
,nd all efforts to find him were new, as an inheritance to whicl
ig. Thursday morning some just]y entitled, nor will thc
first took no notice of this, be forgotten.
rward a dog, seemingly fam- Now, as we understand it, tl
;h hunger and so weak that ho one point of difference betwec
"Old South" and the "New S
.me up to them aud, howling, , . . ,. . , ,. ,
. i:m~ *i? and it 13 this ooint alone which
t iiiuu iucii icuu iicu - *
?ated the performance. They fies the use of these terms
tbe animal and came upon 0ld South was a South oi
I body of Mr. Faber. The erv_ jts h0pCS were center
evidently been murdered. A ' . ... .. ,, ..
wound was in his stomach, this institution. 2say, its a&pi.
ifal dog would leave the were fairly expressed by Ale:
H. Stephens in his famous deck
is not a more touching inci- that "We.have established a i
II the history of the past than the corner-stone of which is A
net of this faithful dog is his slavery." This slavery was a
igil over the dead. Neither morally and industrially. W:
nor thnrst, nor pain, nor contemporary deny this? It f<
tmed able to draw him from indolence and luxury, and enge;
of duty; he cried for help a contempt for labor; it hung
i cry was heard. It would mill-stone around the neck
eem that we should cease to South. It stunted, nay, it par
~ ai J i - C -.% i i ii. mi ji _
lame 01 uie uug as a term ui an industrial growtn. xne ua
. Rather, let ijs say, to the this institution perished from th
il of our own species. Go marks an era in the history <
be dog and learn the lesson of South?before that day is th
South, after that day is the new
The loss of this institution fro
CompromiMC Verdict. .. ., ... ,, .
"old civilization" is one circuun
dgelield jury, charged with which we shall not mourn, 01
of the murderer of the Press- sympathise with those who'do.
irned a verdict of manslaugh- The new South is the sarr
s is better than a mistrial or South, minus only this peculiar
of acquittal, but it is much tution and the anomalies which
tcni'M hail a riwhf- at- crpnrievprl- Tf. is thfi olfl South
V~V, l?V4?V? ?
>nes wa9 on trial for the mar- from th<^ destruction of wars, w
Idward Pressley, Sr., an old face turned hopefully to a futur
enty-eight years of age, the is brighter and better than the
ier of his wife. The circum- Now, if anybody wa..ts to de
f the killing are known to the "Brittish arrogance," or "eat d
It was one of the most un- fore Yankee magnates," they cai
I and dastardly murders that but we wont. We believe th
3und in the annals 01 crime, men of the new South are just a
bold, brutal, infamous mur- as the men of the old, and are e
iberately planned and merci- to meet "British arrogance"
ecuted. "Yankee magnates" upon
Dteve of the murderer is not terras, and that they will meet
ind. This poor old man had upon no other.
noient deatn because ne was _ . _ In.?li
tunate as to be present and
he murder of two of his own It is the custom on this side
Tones. Old age was sacrificed Atlanta to extol Mr. Gladstoi
truthful lips might be closed bis scheme of Irish home rule,
he demands of justice. denounce his opponents, esp
st twelve citizens of Edgefield, those of the Liberal party, wh
try the case according to the seen fit to differ o11
:he evidence, return a verdict question.
aughter! Deplorable, indeed, Mr. Gladstone's proposal is
ondition of Edgefield! The store the Irish Parliament, t(
:>rs who wanted to find Jones the government of that island
murder, and voted so to find representatives of its people ti
entitled to all commendation Dublin. The Irish representatr
ied to do their duty. But to withdraw from the Imperii
II be said of the other four? liameut, and the only remainii
raved the highest interests of binding England and Ireland to;
, and are fairly entitled to the it would seem, will be the u;
rable contempt of all brave the executive in the crown,
minded men. great objection urged against th
; to Jones we want to see him by such menus John Bright and .
5 penitentiary for a term of Chamberlain and other leaders
sars and kept there for thirty Liberal unionists is that it te
Ve would like to see him get wards the dismemberment c
it this is the best that can be empire, and that there is muchf
th<? circnmstflnfps Ha the obiection cannot be denied
serves to have been hung, but Irish people will never be S?
>uld not be, the people of the while their Parliament is suboi
0 want to see justice admin- to the English Parliament, ai
1 find some comfort for once idea that the two countries can 1
nelancholy .reflection that a manentlv united under co-oi
years in the South Carolina parliaments is a perfectly T3
arv means death. scheme. And it is equally cle;
? neither country can afford tod
thing at a sacrifice of imperial sti
The Last Deal. _ " . , , ..
- The two islands arc naturally
lot hard to see through the together; the destiny of one
>re & Ohio deal," as it is destiny of the other. And this
tie pretended purchase of the prime object of the Liberal uni
e & Ohio system by the "West to preserve the integrity of the i
rminal syndicate. and to grant at the same time ti
iter-State commerce bill, re- fullest measure of redress to Ii
assed by Congress, provides And to this end Mr. Chaml
pooling" by competing lines, comes forward with a scheme fo:
consolidation or pretended ederation"?a proposition to mo
,tion of these rival systems is government 01 tne empire soir
nore than a conspiracy on the after the plan of the governm
hese railroads to defeat the the United States. He propi
he land. It is a bold game, separate parliament for Ireland
have undertaken to play it with the Irish local affairs, an I
. be responsible to themselves parliament to deal with Englis
isdom of their choice. affairs, ond a Scotch parliam
lilroad problem is a serious deal with Scotch local affair
I it is pressing for solution, above these and superior to t
rnative is presented whether the sphere of its action he pr
e of this country shall rule an imperial parliament to dei
>ads or whether the railroads imperial afFairs, to be made
j the people. The straggle representatives from the three
menced; the conflict may be tries.
painful, but the victory will Thus it will be seen that the
ho people in the end. rial parliament is to he modele
le will come, and it mar not the Congress of the Untcd Stat
stant, when the government the local parliaments after the
ue possession of the railroads Legislatures.
ite them in the interest of all The plan of Mr. Chamberla:
e. The task is a serious one, commend itself to Americans a:
at it seems to be one which rior to that of Mr. Gladstone,
civilization of mau forces give to Ireland all that she h
. Many doubt whether there right to demand, "a governm
enough in a government "of Ireland according to Irish ideas
2, for the people, by the peo- it will preserve, solidify and strei
perate successiuuy tms great j tne integrity 01 me empire, so
True, the railroad in the I tial to continued growth and
the government is a source ] perity of the two countries,
s possible corruption. But] The charge that Mr. Chamber
;eem that democracy will be ! a self-seeker is folly, lie has
I to put its fears behind it j the unpopular side; he has setl:
rtake the task. The simple j in oppositinn to the most p
presented, either give the j leader that England has had sic
er to the possession of the j days of Lord Chatham, und on
or take the railroads into the j whose mantle it was universal!
1 of the people. The priuci- j ceded would soon foil upon his s
>mpetition is powerless to j ers. Ilis scheme for the settlen
i problem and the policy of ; the "Irish problem" is inspire
:>n may render nugatory the j loftv patriotism, and it is tl
ared specimens of legislation. ] which the friends of the Britis
lestion as presented is not 1 pire everywhere should wish
the people ought to resting J adopted.
hether An rmighteons Verdict. love foi
so as jt frequently becomes necessary to
rejudge the justice of juries. It is un- fatare
south, pleasant to have to do so, but the day some oi
is at hand when it must be done.
v. the i un-._ - :? * ? a- farms
? uuii a jury, sworn 10 iry a case ac- prises;
rial on c01.diDg to the law and the evidence, this be'
aP" go out and bring in a vertict tnat is there ii
itici?m contrary to the law and the evidence au:
!St, im- tjjGy deserve to be held up to public oppress
ncy of condemnation. We would like to dis- Dozens
porary , m;S5 juries from considera- ported
Regis-; tjon5 wc wjj] not do so until we an<^ ^
c Past have expressed our opinion of the gygjPwi
n>hes, following case. "We clip from the it be th
, and Edgefield Monitor'. idence.
th not The case immediately following 1
7 may those reported lust week was that of crops 1
e "old S. D. Timmsrman, charged with the product
murder of Ilichard Forrest, a neoro i may h?
, boy about seventeen years of age. uries, a
? ' . This happened near Meeting Street. maT b.e
lt: The dying statement of the boy was
je pre- as follows: " Eemaii:
cour- "While walking in the road, going the fan
? , | tochnrr':- I " w Mrs. Timmerman in. tlie
playing a ;urdeon, and he asked 1
[by the her perr.uiuio:. lo sit down and hear farmer
ti it is her pUy, Sl-o did not refuse and he his
frreat stayed t'.-.ore s. little while. The next subsist
r day Tr.naierson met him on the the loai
ro?.d; arrested him without a warrant, times w
?tcvpcd a', a house on the road, got a ebbs an
lere is rcvo sr.d lied his hands, took him on regular
in the tc ". ii-ds the trial justice, left the main ity will
irmth " r'nc* went into a secluded one, should
. stopped to rest and gave him the use politica
justi- 0f- j.jg hands, told him to take his knife islation
. The and cut his (Timmerman's) coat. This, the .ot^
i slay, the boy swore, he refused to do. Tim- profess:
q - | merman insisted; tne negro relused a"vauw
. * i and Tim merman shot him/' farmers
rations : Forrest lived three weeks. A ball and sel
xander had passed through his right hancl and own
iration into his head over the left eye. The t0 us be
H physician put upon the stand testified cy, or
, . ' that the ball in the head ranged down- callings
African wards. and by
curse Timraerman and his wife were the occupal
ill our only witnesses put up by the defense, claim 6
)stered ^rs* Timmerman stated tnat the equal <
, boy came to her house in the absence Let us
ntiered 0f jjer husband and, while she was can est:
like a playing upon an accordeon, asked her colleges
of the to play him a tune, which she did. of our;
alvzed t0 allowed to play him- and gre
self; she refused; she was alarmed, till the
y tnat ij.^e ^ov went to the door and then elevate
e earth went off. She did not tell him to bring u
Dt the leave. Hi* manner was impudent, gent in
- -11 but he did not say anything rude or we can
out of the way. ' jects of
bouth. j) Timmerman testified that the amusec
>m the day alter Forrest had been to his house with ia
istance he went to a trial justice and asked cess or
. even what could be done. The trial justice may be
did not issue a warrant, so he went to perimei
arrest the boy himself. Found him; lead to
le old was gcl^g to whsp him, but concluded and de
insti- to take him to the trial justice, and got may so
en_ a rope and tied him! Took him through and, w<
the woods, untied him; stopped to our Sta
ll5l"= rest ank lay down. The boy came at band ol
ith its him with a knife. The boy weighed useful ?
e that 12o pounds; he weighed 175." The boy ralists <
Dast. cut cl?tkes- &e struck Forrest that ke
f ,' back of the head with his pistol and chinery
ter to then shot him through the head and giying
irt be- hand with one shot. . million
1 do it, The case went to the jury at rave individ
at the ?'c^oc^- A. S. Tompkins was the pect to
, attorney for the defence. The charge concert
S ?OOCl *T?j v:-, narf '
~ ui uiu uuugc muiuatcu uio ucjici in f* * *
ntitled the guilt of the prisoner. on the
and The jurv returned a verdict of not have b<
equal Suilt.v- * ?el s>
them ^~e agree with the Judge. Here is
a defendant who is acquitted upon his tije ^esl
uncorroborated stasement; and in ditions
scanning the above record for a justifi- the whi
of tl'C cation for this unrighteous verdict, we
ic and naturally ask ourselves the question, thonsai
and to can it he found in the complexion of to the r
eciaUv the deceased? lfsuchisthe case we ter citis
o have have not the slightest hesitation in de- ^are t(?
s crreat nouncing the jury as meaner than the Lctou'
to l'C- ?
> remit them,
to die INTERESTING TO XAKMERS. Brice ar
3 sit at ESsay Head Before the "White Oak Bai
V9S are Agricultural Club by Mr. J. B. Turner. Canil(
ll Par- Mr. President. Ladies and Gentlemen:
ig link I do not feel qualified to address
jether, you, but whatever my deficiencies may ^
nion of be, I have the deepest interest in the ence slo
The entire agricultural population of South
is plan Carolina. From the gardener Adam, stron<Mi
Joseph who tilled the virgin soil of Eden, up G
of the to the present time, agriculture has nief?efr
nds to- been a most important industry with Tonic s<
if the the civilization of nations. It has risen |^'ese^
orce in in importance. The ancient Romans loss of
. The understood agriculture well, including asuirec
ttisfied the rotation of crops, and the classics. regaine<
diuate Virgil did not scorn to write a poem has rest
id the upon the subject. one ast
ae per- The war of the States is over, yet V
dinate those of us who took part in that struggle
lor freedom have not forgottei) the A
p grand and trying days of Jackson, rJLjrf.1
ar that ^ee and Johnston; of dreary marches, perfect:
o any- tented encampments and deadly con- eficiaftc
eno-th. Hicts, of acres covered with men
hrmml wounded, suffering and dying; of
hills and valleys reddened with the
is tne shallow graves of the slain, we can
is the call up before our minds theout-spreadonists,
host which braved danger, hunger,
,mpire heat, cold, wounds and death, A 'WT
for four long years in defence of our sail
me the gQnny South. Of those who com eland.
posed" the army of the Southern ConDcrlain
federacy, ninety-nine out of one hun- <rvr
"jed- ^re(^ belonged to the agricultural
, . , class of her citizens. We then survey n
del the n>e high places of honor, emoluments
icwhat and attractive salaries throughout our \j
ent of country, and we find that no class has v >
oses a receive(l less reward for bravery,
, . patriotism and self-devotion, than the
to deal unpretending, earnest-hearted tiller of ^?3
English the soil; absolutely no returns have
h local been made to them for those years of
tent to Pa*u' iab?r auc* suffering, although
, they did nothing to provoke the
s? aua straggle. In our inmost souls we feel Wc
hem in that it ought not to be. To-day there i
oposes are in round numbers, say five million g00a
il with farmers in the United States. Probably good,
no other single industry caD boast of Alcn
UP ?' one-third of this number, yet it is the ^Vsoj
coun- most imfortunate industry in the Farm
world, and has been praised by the 0fFer
iinpe- ?l'catesl men of ancient and modern
, ' , times. Some look 011 the farmer as if that \\
n atter j1(J ^ore tke 0f (;ain 011 his forees
and head, instead of thaj: ot honest toil. at
State What is more noble than an educated, ^
progressive farmer. Look at his
... environment, working under the roof- p0ii 0
m will jeg3 bome 0f Heaven, with nature, the
5 supe- only Deity that hates the bended, and Sf
tt.;h "Vow- wft admit that too manv farmers'
as any sous grow up uneducated, it'is not the
. f fault of the calling, but of the draining.
' We need more educated farmers who
yv and can take their part in discussions, and
igthen on the platform as well as behind the
essen- Pl?w- ^eed any farmer or farmer's sou
blush except With honest pride, when
Pr0s~ he reads the following roll of farmer's
sons: Washington, Jefferson, Clay,
lain is Alex. IL Stephens and hosts of others.
taken A certain Roman emporer, having re- a -p
.:mcrtif signed his throne, was urged to take /\.l
it back. He said, "I wish you could
opular only see such cabbages I am raising, ]
ice the you would never ask me to be eme,
too, porer again." In the same spirit
v'con- Cincinnatus, who was twice called to ^
- ~ serve Kome, and was appointed Diehould
tator and Counsel, resigned both SQVc
lent of honors for the arcadian pleasures or
ft Ki- o his farm. "What but systematic labor, Ipape
ie one iusPirino surroundings and a brilliant * *
v v mind could have produced the men I fjgn
have enumerated? Therefore, ? oh
to see iarmer, let us go forth, strong in the
faith of our forefathers, strong in the 1(
our farms, believing it to be ' flu
j abode of man. At this crisis, ^ fiffl
tie times are oppressive and the raflBffi jfl BSM
outlook is somewhat gloomy, WMlB B jj ?L9
f our poor, burdened farmers flBflL fty srS yi
! thinking of giving up their
but let us consider. Would ^
a wise course to pursue? True J
; very little money in circula-1 S?^e====::^^
long our iarmers, yet tne ousi- j
>n felt the present momentary j
sion as keenly as the farmers, j
of business failures are re- ; || | ffiMj) j|
from every quarter every day, j 8j|l \??7/
e proprietors are reduced to j <
ism, while farming is not nor
ill be subject to failures, unless j
rough the dispensation of Prov-;
Farmers, we can sow in hard ^
is well as in times of plenty;; lM &
will grow just the same and ?n JuJw I
i as abundantly. While we | lln& H
ive to give up some of our lux- j |j p
nd the contents of our purse ; m "
limited, yet we need never to mb&vsl a figms^. C
boat the' necessaries of life. HaWliB I
i where you are; don't give up IpB^fi. fl wfw B M |
n; plow and sow and reap as ? WW fi
past, and btore your garner - ,
he fruits of your labor. The1 ?%PSQltltCiy r
feeds the world. He holds at
>osal that what mankind must This powder never varies. .
upon: he gets the first slice off Puri^y> strength and wholesom
^ economical than the ordinary
as it weie. Thi, piesent haid cannot soia jn competiti
rill not last always. Prosperity multitude of low test, short \
d flows, and as certain as the or phosphate powders. Sold t
itv of the ocean tides, prosper- Royal Baking Powdek Co
1 shortly return. But, sirs, we St., N. Y.
thoroughly organize, not for Sold by McMaster, Brice
,1 ascendencv, nor for class leg- jrocorb
nor to array ourselves against KAILROAD ELEC'
or niuuauio luiu uine-uouoroa
ions, but for our protection and I State of South Carol
eraent. Be it far from us as j County of Faiki
> as to be so narrow minded Office of County Commi
5sh as to want everything our A MAJORITY OF THE O1
iv, or to have every one to bow Real Estate in Gladden's
:cause we are in the ascenden- wateree Townships having
because ours is the oldest ot all W1-jtten applications separal
!. In union there is strength w ttat u ti(
united efforts our time-honored . ,, c , . ..
Lion can be so stimulated as to ^ ?r Su^crf1
squal rights, equal merit and ?aPJtal _ ? . Chester
lignitv with all occupations- Railroad Company be subm
prosecute the work so that we qualified electors of said town
ablish agricultural schools and the provisions of the Act to
: fnr plpvflfinn nnfl t.mimnor I cniH T? nil marl rirvrrman v arifl A
young men, so as to offer more he same; and the County Co
?ater inducements for them to having by resolution decided t
soil. We want organization to question to the qualifiec
us socially and mentally; to the said Townships, respectiv
,s into more familiar and intelli- . ,, .. ,
. mg tns time and placc at.wh:
tercourse with each other, so ?
meet together and discuss sub- tl01is s*ia11 lieId an<i tlie f?n.
interest to us, and have some which the proposed subscript!
Qent and recreation, mingled made and the amount of sa
bor and toil; discuss the sue- tions:
failure of each other, that we JSroic, therefore, it w ordered
benefitted by the profitable ex- tions be held on the FIFT1
Qts of the snccesstul. It will 1887, from 7 o'clock
good results. Farmers' aims 0>cl0ck p. m.. at Hall's Stt
signs, however mistaken they d . Grove Township, and
nafimoc- K r\ o i*a oil hAnftroh n c1
? believe, for the best interest of store ateree Township, 1
te. So let us stand together as whether the proposed subscri
* brothers to make the society be made as follows: For Glad
ind a blessing to the agricnltu- Township the sum of 816,6!
)f the State, for it is the farmer Wateree Township the sum
eps the whole business ma- which elections the ballots slia
of the universe in motion, ten or printed thereon eithe
in its train employment to the "Subscription" or the words
s, business for every class ami scri tio? .. In case a majori
ual. Bui farmers cannot ex- '
secure these benefits without IT" ?: "'V "
of thought and actiou on their Townships shall have written
Ihe last straw has been thrown thereon "Subscription," then t
camel's breaking back. "We subscription for such Town?
jen led to act at last for our- made subject to the following
and we are becoming a power That the funds which may
land. But let us use jt with from said bonds be expended
J> sagacity and moderation for struction of said Railroad from
t interest of all classes ana con- County line bv ,he most prac1
of our country, and then will r
Die country rise up and bless "rougl the aud Gladden? G
when Tillman's appeal touched ship between the residences c
onsive cord in the breast of McC-rorey, Sr, and Dr. Ira t
ids of men from the seaboard in direction of Wateree Creek,
nountains, wbe are to-day bet- Wateree Township, from W*
sens, who study their rights and by the most practicable route
maintain them. Let the work shawline, under the following
1 ttg ai e one united brotherhood. fn.wit* "\"n
and upwaid^be onr motto. procerus ut bonus -to u
Gilder's Pills expended until the said Ra
he Liver. All Druggists have have been entirely construct*
Wholesale and retail at MeMaster, pleted through the said Towi
1(* Ketcliir.'s. ^ direction indicated above, aj
rrett's Imperial Cologne cars shall be placed thereon
)t be surpassed for Fragrance, ele- poses of transportation. Tha
ud durability. _ performance of this condition 1
ster, Bnce ic Ketclnn. . , r, ...
)|( road Company, the said boi
Build Yourself Up. proceeds thereof, be turned
you been sick? Is your convales- proper authorities of said Ka;
w and tedious? Then try a bottle panv, or their assigns,
tmoreland's Calisava Tonic, and T;?,^ m tt;
directed. It will soon make vou *"
.nd well again. ston and Daniel Hall, Jr., ar
rekxville, S. C., July 14, 1ss1. pointed managers to hold and
s. Westmoreland Bros.?Gentle- election for Gladden's Grov<
bought a bottle of your Calisaya ? , T n
mietime ago for mv little daugh- aiul John D. Hanison, Da\jd
in (7) years old, who was at that and Robert B. Lewis managers
ffering * with general debilitv and conduct the election for Wat
appetite. Your Tonic was given shi j. TURNER STE
ted and she is now entirely well; 1 . 7
)od appetite, sleeps well and has . .. . . .
1 her strength. Her complexion Attest: Jno. J. ^eil, Clerk,
lined its usual rosy color. I don't jlcliotd
to recommend the Tonic to any * ~ "
ieing in my opinion very superior. .TT_TTr
?T respectfully, & | D D TV
Book-keeper Camperdown Mills. liUf! lliLiLl I J
Jtleman in this city lias used the
for a fifteen months old child with
success. The Tonic is just ?s ben
> children as to grown peo^.e. *
"" TUURBER'S 34 and 41 COFF
SALE Sugars, diffe
Rice, different grades,
I FEED STABLE^, Hecker'sOatmeal
Ilecker's Fine Flour and Buck
sSSr^s. r^I Prunes, Raisins an
Xv'-v ? -
Canned Goods of'cvery kind,;
J r :"?' : '4 Mackerel t
New 0rleans syruPs?
*' iMeal, Baco
NEW CROP GARDEN* S]
i have on hand a lot oi many Other goods, all of will
work Horses and a few sold at the lowest prices for c;
smooth young Mares. 8. s. wo
a lot of well-broke ^j-p j jj ft
Mules, all of which we III H I \ 3 s IN \ H 31
to the public at prices llJ-l JLi U UIJ 11 U
JIT THE TIMES.
nd see us before buying, near to business
ie if we are not pricing city.
a. williford ?fc sos, iiot aud cokl baths fn
WINNSBORO, S. C. uauuw lluu""
i nam || The only First-Class
Columbia run at $1.50
W. If. 3TJEJLS
. i DISSOLUTION NO'
learn the exact cost npiIE undersigned having d
! X mutual agreement the
?% mr rx^rvrkffia/4 lir-i/a ' heretofore existing under tUe n
ly proposed line 01: k. n. ,jexxixgs& co. here
. . - . | tice to parties indebted to sa
rh n or i n A m pnr^iri tliev can settle without cost sue
i uaiug in .niutrin^ui negs at any time on or before
r 11 _ October next. After that date
TS Dy addressing I accounts and other evidences (
y ? I ness will be put into the han
> P. Roweil 8c Co., I^rney for collection.^ r ^
fapM1 Adwtiaiaff Bwjaatp, C- E. LEJ
9 Sprttoa St., New Teak. i n.wr: ^7.
Oota. (m l^^F&sro Pamphlet. Janu>rxt!m
. & Think Carefully.
WILL TALK FOR ITSELF,.
ggZ ON ITS MI
DRY GOODS. NOTIONS, DRESS
L U Combining style, quality and elegaace' wtih ]
r ee unless the talk of th? goods makes their rat
||| | ask a sale only when they give complete satisfa
;on with the
ri :rTo Put on m i
Q- D. WILLIFl
fTCERS OP ARE DAILY RECEI
S3 SPUING AND SU:
ion" to the
ittdCaMm th" -THEY WILL
charter the ^Er ^BE8L JUL P'Bfi' JC? ^0 D
mmi??inn(?rs TXT A 'CT7TX7'
XI I JJi vv
0 submit the
1 electors of -grATca TIIIg SPACE AND THEY 1
ely, and fixich
the elec- THEM S0(
?a? Established 1844. =
a. m., to 6
>re for Glad- i (
at Cohen's Ba
to determine ' ?
den's Grove TTTTT A
)5, and for A IJLEj
of $9,500, at
11 have writ;r
the word r*
: '^?.ttb-ilTT.'WP nnrl TTT?T1 ITT1
rr of saw JiCinO ailU flEiMIilJ.
. or printed
hip shall be
be realized PUBLISHED TBI-WEEKLY Co
in the con- am
i the Chester A5D WEEKLY.
scXst The Only paper published in (
and through . al
iteree Creek County. ?
to the Ker
part of the AT
*> aviucKii or _
2d and comlships
in the ^
id trains of ja
for the pur- TERMS: *"
,t upon the J
jy said Rail
ads, or the 3
over to the Tri-Weekly, - - $3.00 in advance.
ilroad Com- _ , .
Weekly, - - - 1.50 " "
hereby ap- Subscribe for your County x
conduct the I Paper. It gives you all the sts
\^?TidwSi information concerning affairs E
to hold and in which you have an interest, ]
;eree Town- and y0u wjU be apt to COn- AT
cedeiworth upon trial.
TTT SAMPLE COPY SENT ON APPLICATION.
i-nwo _ _ . "
JOB JBPASTMENT. ]
wheat Having increased the force
of our Job Department, we
d Currants, nQw preparec} execute
all kinds of job work neatly, &
fnd'codfish, upon the shortest notice, and
at the lowest possible figure. *
We will gladly furnish price- _
n and Lard. | on annlication. and ^uar- %.
ri / ^ 0 ?
SD. antee that you will find the
... same as low, if not lower, than
EEDS, with , ' . .. , ' ,
ch rriii be any ot"er establishment of the
ub only at kind in the State" Send in
LFE'S. y?ur orders.
fjJT C, BART & CO., T1
J Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
jet? r TCJ at rmr9
CEAEL2ST0N, S. C..
Are receiving by steamer andraK from the 3
PART OF North and West full supplies
each week of
CHOICE APPLES. PEARS, LEMONS, W
POTATOES, CABBAGES,- ONIONS, If
?c to guests. NUTS OF ALL KINDS,
CP VlUfiO^OViiWVta (*uu
per Day FETERKIN COTTON SEED.
I HAVE a let or PURE PETERKIN.
COTTON SEED (I expect ihe purest
io?r, I in the county) that I will sell at Thirty |
n Cents per bushel at my gin-bouse, or will j
r exchange one bu-hel for two of common j
seed, ft Is certainly the best cotton I have j
riCE. ever seen; has yielded forme forty per
issolved by cent, of lint cotton.
partnership J. K. DAVIS, j
rm name of Monticello, S. C., February 7, 1887.
?by give no- Feb8fxlawtf
id firm that I
JXO. S.REYNOLDS, IF.
their notes A T T O U N E Y - A T - L A W, ;
>f indebted- comi48rcia.l bxnk building, i A.
ds of an at- COLUMBIA, S. C.
TNER. Prompt attention given to the transac- i I
tion of Dusiness In the State and Federal Lo
Courts of South Carolina.
' I ??
x STOCK A
AND MAKE FRIENDS
GOODS, FANCY GOODS, J
trices strictly fair. No sale is expect;rit
perfectly plain to the buyer. We
J. X. BEATY <fc BRO.
iere to M It- j
3RD & CO. Jj
MMEE GOODS. M
DAYS? - * J
irVILL LET YOU HEAR FROM
~THE WINNSBORO BAR. fl
H. A. GAILLARD, M
WXNNSBORO, S. C.
)ffice in building of Winnsbo^B
A. S. DOUGLiSjJI
TTOllNEY AND COUNSELL^B
'ractices in the State arfl
No. 7 Law S
W IN N S B 0 llV
'ractices in all United SV
arts. Special attention
i insurance law.
W. L. McDOXALDT^^^
TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. 1
WINNSBORO, S. C.
3ffice up stairs in The News and Hebd
N. Obe.vr. ' W. C. Bios.
OBEAB & RION,
torneys and counsellors at law, ^
Xos. 7 and 9 East Washington at.'
yrizxsBORO, s. 04
)ffices same as occupied by the late CoL
mes H Kion.
E. McDonald, C. A. Douglass
Solicitor Sixth Circuit.
Mcdonald & douglass,
tokneys and counsellors at law? Xos.
3 and 4 Law Range, ? I
WINXSBORO, S. C.
'ractice* in all the State and United
B. Ragsdale. G. "W". Ragsdale. ^
RAGSDALE & RAGSDALE,
TORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
No. 2 Law Range,
WINNS BO BO, S. C.
JAS. GLENN McCANTS,
A.TTO KNE Y-AT -L A W,
No. 1 LAW RANGE, >d
WIN NSBORO, S. C. *
^"Practices in the Stat* and United
^ ^ SEWING
IT SHINES FOB ill i
?AND IS? ^
ie Best and Most Popular Sew*
OX THE MARKET.
te some of its Most Excellent Point*
_ he Above Cut.
TS FOR SALE AT PRICES TO SUIT
THE TIMES BY
K. W. PHILLIPS,
rov2fx5m WINNSBOBO, S. C.
Mrs. E. J. Boswell^ 1
A. A. Henderson,
LARGE SAMPLE BOOMS.
RR BEST MARKET AFFORDS, C
SD GOOD COMFORTABLE ROOMS. |
F AMILY GROCERIES, M
ILL Kixrs. THE BEST GOODS.
J. M. BEA.TY k CO.