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Wednesday, April 11. : ; : : 1894
After taking stock in the Darlington
dispensary a shortage of $510 was
The conservatism of General Karlev
is a marked contrast t? the bi*ter ntter
ances or governor xiuuian.
With a little cool-headednes-s the
$25,000 te be paid for keeping up a
little exci:cment might hare been saved
to the State.
Governor Northen made a good
selection when he appoin'ed Hon.
Patrick Waiih, editor of the Augusta
Chronicle, to succced Senator Colqnit.
In Congress Tuesday, Giosvener,
of Ohio, moved to investigate the interference
of press-dispatches in South
Carolina on the grounds that it conflicted
with the inter-state law.
The coroner's jury says that McClendon
will be held for the killing of
Ntrmenr, Cain for killing Redmond,
and that Redmond killed Pepper. So
AicClendon and Cain will be tried.
When the Governorshall have taken
charge of all the police in the State
and all the city and town council*, we
move that a convention ot the people
b3 called and proclaim him king of
Mr Floyd, the dispenser at Darlington,
finds business in Washington
just on the heels of the trouble there.
Washington surely seems to be headquarters
for South Carolina news and
we suppose he wants them to give it
It wa3 a great mistake to have de
stoycd dispensaries. This was not
justifiable at all, and gives countenance
to the claim that there were insurgents
in the State. Such wild recklessness
connot be approved by good
Accoedixg to Mayor Dargan's statement,
the posse was merely pursuing
persons who had committed a homicide.
Thii they had a right to do, and
it seems that the town authorities ana
the citizens generally had made assar
ance3 that they ueeded no assistance
and said that they were able and
would keep the peace.
There it goes again. He has issued
his proclamation sayiug that he will
take charare of the p?Iice and municipal
authorities. Tbi* is his idea of
''^elf-government" so vigorously advocated
in ?90-92. It is the same old
motive. Agitation and unrest must
be kept alive however slight may be
the pretext upon which it is done.
^ Acr*i?i h* has the color of law on his
side, but does it not tend to promote
is?; tm tm
Gov. Tillman says that the participants
picked a fuss with his constables,
when the preponderance of the tettimonv
is to the effect that the constables,
led by McLendon, interfered in
the fight and that one of them fired
the first shot, crying, "Let her roll,
b*ys." The Columbia Register and
Attorney General Buchanan, both
Tillmanites, show by their siatement
that the spies were the aggressors.?
G?terxok Tillman lives and thrives
> upon a policy wbich continually keeps
up bitterness:, division and dissension
between the white people of this State,
and he has the shrewdness to know
this. Realizing this, it looks like his
whole purpose since he has gone into
office has been to get hold of something
to eurage his political opponents
and instill prejudice into his own
friends. His several speeches to the
militia were not calculated to restore
ptfU'OO a:m guuu iccuuj; atuvug im
"This old rag of a Radical Constitution,"
was the way Governor Tillman
spoke of our State Constitution during
the campaign, and he demanded that a
new one be adopted. It is "the old
rag of a Radical act" which now gives
hiui authority to take control of the
railroads aud telegraph lines, and this
ofofnto cri*r<?a li5m nnwpr. after
oauiw giMiwww w ? ? - ? 7 ? .
haviug made a proclamation, declaring
r~ the existence of an insurrection, to
suspend the privilege of hibeas corpus.
The law was passed to rule and
oppose the natiye Carolinians, and it is
a cruel fate that it should now be invoked
lo humiliate and rule our own
people with an iron hand?and that
too by a man of oar own blood.
The statement made by Mayor Dar
gan, Of Darlington, should not be lost
sight of. It shows that the people of
Darlington had not rebelled against
the State Government, bnt that the
fight on Friday was merely a private
nmoinifafo.l hv ftnp nf lhp
UliUVUilJ ) ^IVVl^'AVWvvvi Vj v..w w..v
constables, and this constable was 1 ?,
then engaged in the exorcise of the
authority conferred upon him by law.
If he had killed private citizen?, sim
ply because be wore a bad^e of office,
would not exempt him fr#ra an
arrest and a trial in tbe usual way. It
would be a most ontrajeous law, if
any officer ef the State should commit
a homicide with impunity and escape
arrest and trial simply b:cause he
was an officer.
RIDGE WAY DOTS.
Ridqeway, S. C., April 7.?Notwithstanding
the hi^h state of excitemeut
through which our State has
recently passed, caused bv the Darlir.gton
trouble, our town has gone on
quietly and peaceably attending to her
ewn afl'air*, feeling, of course, deeply
interested in the late disturbance,
which every true Carolinian regrets,
and which it does seem to your correspondent
might have been avoided had
matters been managed differently.
While we regret the lofi3 of tbe lives
of our fellow-citizens, we are truly
delighted to hear matters nave became
quiet and th?.t peace again reigns
throughout our State. We are truly
delighted to find oar friend, the Attorney
Genera!, had not been hurt in the
melee. He certainly ran a great mk,
but as the citizens of Fairfield well
know, there ii no such a werd in bis
vocabulary as cowardice; and while
we cannot understand why he should
have been sent there, he was sent, and
while attempting to quiet matters,
certainly risked bis life.
Mr. Yeldell is here looking after tb i
wrw A QfA I
y f VTUIVU TV w aio wuuuvtib
be will find 0. K. in every re-pect. A
better dispenser could not have been
appointed here than R. B. Lewis, Esq.,
who attends to his business strictly
and will do his duty to both people
Since our last, we, i;i company wtth
a friend, looked through the building
which John D. Smart, of your town,
ha? just completed. Any one who examines
this structure closely will be
forced to say, it has been put up bv
one who certainly understands hi*
business?a master mechanic. The
writer has no idea of erecting a building,
but would advise any one who
imends doin^ so to give John the job,
and if he fails to give you a X*. 1 j-?b,
he will do very different from what he j
has in the building out up lor I
Mr. I. . Thomas. It cortainly adds
much to the appearance of our town.
We unders:a?d Mr. Thomas iuicnds
occupying it this week.
Oar town is quite dull now. Very
little trading going ^d, excepting on
The farmers are taking advamage ot
the weather Some are ploughing up
and planting over, believing it absolutely
We find some of the vegetables we
considered "dead as Hector" are coming
out, end think will yet make fine
cabbage, if seasous prove favorable
from this time forward.
We were srlad to see our police hoist
ing np weather signals today. Some
time has elapsed since weather .-ignals
have been up here.
Miss Feunie Edmunds who has been
visiting friend's in Cvljmbia, returned
todoy. >Ve ategiad to welcome her
liev. Mr. McClnre, J. D. Harris u
and F. B. Austin, who had been to
Rock Hill attending Presbytery, returned
We are truly so.ry the family of
Rev. Mr. Ferris has decided to return
North. We had hoped thesurrouudings
anJ climate in the town of Winnsboro
a place noted for its healthful
cess and genuine nospitaiuy 01 us
citizens?would have made them satisfied
to settle there permaneutly. We
hope the Northern climate may prove
beneficial to Mrs. Ferris dujing the
summer season, and we may have the
pleasure of haying the lamily with us
again next winter. x. y. z.
T. F. Anthony, Ex-Postmaster, of
Promise City, Iowa, saye: "I bought
oue bottle ot 'Mystic Cuve' for Rheumatism
and two tlwj-es of it did me
more good than ail medicine I ever
took." Sold by W. E. Aiken, Druggist,
Buckhead, S. C-, March 31.?What
a pamftlinn nnr ftlimat.fi has been of
la'e! last week the thermometer was
up in the 80's and vegetation growinglike
magic, but on Sunday Boreas appeared,
and by Monday morning had
"nipped in the bud," with his chilly
breath, all the fruit and fl?wers, and
many of the fruit trees look as if
mourning aver the desolation. Eariy
gardens hare been ruined and the grass
which was coming on the earth like a
green carpet now lies "sore and withered,"
as in the fall. On the 24th the
weather was as usual good, but it commenced
to rain at nisrht, and the next
morning our prospects for going to
church was such as to forbid us from
going, and the wind, the clouds, and
rain were coming briskly from the
north, cold and ill-boding, which was
kept up all day and part of the night.
This to some extent reminds me of the
year 1849, the 15th of April. There
was a snow at that time, equal to our
recent snow, but vegetation and foilage
being farther advanced, were so
completely killed that the forest had
the appearance of winter, all that summer,
until they put out again in the
spring of 1850, and I think that there
-rvMirtV* A-f fVio co-vana fVnnor with
>Y 111 iUUV/U VX IUV VWMiV fU4i<g If ?VM
many of the trees this year. All the
promising little figs that would hare
ripened in June?and the trees were
full of them?were all killed, we having
remoqed their protection only a
few days before the cold came. There
was ice on the north side ef our house
an inch and three-eights thick. Some
of the early sown grain is said to be
April 6.?I failed to get my communication
in time to be mailed on
last week, but I give you a few added
dots. I had a most pleasant surprise
by a call of a dear friend, of my early
boyhoed, Mr. Robert C. Green, of
rottsvme, rennsvivania. lie is a
nephew of the late Mr. D. H. Kerr
who lived near my father. Mr. Green
was going to school at the Fnrman
Institution when it was burned. Oar
pleasant boyhood davg "were passed
much together before his uncle let him
return to ais native city, Philadeldhia,
iu 1840. With Mr. Frank Daboise,
who was on a visit to Mr. Kerr, and
who was the husband of a niece of
Mr. Kerr, and he being a jeweler, Mr.
Green served an apprentice term; be
came a jeweler himself, established a
business in.Pottsville, and is said to
have acquired a considerable fortune.
Mr. Green is on a visit, accompanied
by his wife, to his sister, Mrs. Ann. E.
Crooks, of Newbury County, and today
he was with Mr. Daniel Crooks to
see his cousin, Mrs. B. H. James, who
lives at his uucle's old homestead.
The weather is very ctol, occasioned
by the north wind of the night of the
Jfk inrf I'onrBfotiftTI 19 TCfT elftW TVlf
TLU lUdi T V^VVMbAVu Atf ? v* j v?w ?, ^?v
ting out. Almost all the trees have
the look of devastation. Some of the
small grain is hurt; and hay grass is
for the present mined. J. c. i\
ARE YOU MADE misable by Indigestion,
Loss of Appetite, Yellow Skin? Shi
leh's Vifalizer is a positive cnre. *
A. SFMMEK IDYL.
It is a hot July clay. I take my hat
and lazily stroll out to the hammock,
swinging 011 the lawn in the shade of
my beautiful Japanese catalpas: the
soft rustle of the great leaves, the
drone of tho bee, as he steals the honey
from my white clover, and the monotonous
splash, splash of the fountain
soon lulls me into a dreamy state,
? - T 4m*n flin nifrnc nf flip
?15 X 119UCS3IT LU1 11 HJV, >...
fascinating catalAgue in my hand.
Where ? presto! ? the scene changes.
Far in the shade of the dewy forest,
where the nighteigale sings to the
moon and the katydid chirps to its
mate, the "little folk" are at work
wearing garlands with magic fingers
f?r the throne of their fair queen,
wh? is this night to reveal to the fays
their patron saint. It has been a long
established custom that each queen,
upon her succession to the throne,
should choose some mortal from whom
the faries derive most benefit as their
Datron saint. Lilies, poppies, roses,
clematis, iris, sweet peas and daisies,
are scattered in sweet confusion.
They work on and on till the man in
the moon smiles serenely, the stars
twinkle out one by one and the flow
worms are arrayed on either side to
light the scene. No sound is heard
save the chirp of the cricket and the
buzz of the laggard humble bee on its
way t? bed. * * * Hark! the sound
f silvery bells strikes the ear, and in
an instant a brilliant procession moves
in sight. In front come elves bearing
baskets filled to overflowing with blossoms
which they scatter right and left,
next the maids of honor, each bearing
a minature spike of gladiolus Childsi,
| tneir SKirtj are lasmoiicu xiurn puic
1 yellow arbutilons. Then comes the
queen in a chariot drawn by six golden
butterflies, covered with imperial German
pansics, an immense pansy serving
for a canopy, her robe is exquisite,
b?dice of diamond flowers, the skirt a
giant flowered petaued. She wears a
crown of lilies of the valley. Couple
after couple follow bearing flowers,
fruits and vegetables. Examine each
dress, flower, fruit and vegetable
closely and you sec a ?[ueer delicate
tracery which finally dirides itself
into the words, "Imitare quam indivere"
The queen arriving at the
throne, steps daintily from her chariot
upon the dark leaves of the King of
Sweden roses. She takes her seat;
as each courtier lays his burden at her
feet she smiles. At last all hare passed
before her. What a scene the fairy
court presents! Magnificent flowers,
luscious fruit and crisp vegetables, in
rich profusion. The fays dance gaily
around the throne, but "an air of expectancy
pervades the whole. Finally
a favorite sprite on bended knee begs
the queen to keep them in suspense no
longer, but to let them know whom
they should honor as iheir patron saint.
With a hricrhf smilf* nnr? n. wave, of her
ft ?vu V- ? ~ ?
waud she arises and in silvery tones
reveals the secret.
J?ust glance down these lines and
and there you'll find.
0?f eminent Florist the King.
U?is Catalogue ?f seeds, bulbs, and
plants once seen, .
N?one will wonder his praise we
L?argest, most reliable seed firm in
E?ach year but increase his fame.
\V?orld-wide reputation he now does
1? n pleasing consists his chief aim.
S?pring, summer and winter, a
i C?hoice collections are therein dis
II?ere descriptions we find, arid
flowers and fruit,
I?u colors true to nature arrayed.
L?overs ?f flowers! who arc seeking
D?epend, this is not merely talk.
S?end for catalegue and see?
to John Lewis Childs, Floral Park,
Queen's Co., New York.
At the conclusion there is dead silence,
then it gradually dawns in each
fairy who he is, "Yes, yes," they
% - ? 1- *1 l A ?? -11 J 7
SttOUC?"CUU ne not give us an ux ifiese,
and are not mortals also indebted to
him for much pleasure aud jbenefi?"
So they dance and sing his praises
until the first clear note of the chanticleer
reminds them dawn is at hand.
In a twinkliBg queen, chariot, elves
hare vanished, leaving only six golden
butterflies to feast on the "sweets left
behind. I wake with a start for a
pair of rosy lips are kissing mine, and
a frowsy yellow head is bending over
me, while a sweet voice says, "Take
me, mama, and show me pifty flowers."
I take my blue eyed baby and turning
over the pages of the beautiful catalogue,
show her what I heard tho
r~ TM 1
iaines say. 111 nuiiti raix,
York, lives John Lewis Childs, the
cslebialed florist. He famishes employment
for hundreds ?f persons,
seeds for people in Europe, Asia,
United States and many islands, always
reliable, prompt and generous;
has over two hundred acres bearing
heavy crops of seeds, bulbs, fruits and
vegetables. Best facility for drying,
packing and mailing seeds in the
wo:-ld. Only a few miles from New
York City.* Trains running right
through the Park every few hours.
Having four large steam-heated green
houses they see and know exactly
the qualities of the seeds sent out.
Their place at Floral Park is the greatest
experiment station in the world,
new varieties beinsr constantly pro
duced and immediately placed before
the public. The May flower, a handtome,
instructive magazine is here
published; orer 300,000 copies turned
oat monthly, (subscription only fifty
cents, handsome premium coming with
it). Also ?any other nevr and interesting
horticultural books. Their trade
r^ark is the ancient coat of arms of the
Childs family, bearing the motto,
"Imitare quam iuvidcre" (Imitate
rather than envy), a sure guaranteo of
merit. You could not do better than
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for catalogue, in itself a work of art,
and read up the cheap collections and
surprises before you order elsewhere
being sure of a generous supply of
extras, prompt delivery, mail prepaid.
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As a special inducement tor every
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or a Genuine $o 00 Gold Piece. Every
purchaser gels one of the above presents.
There are no exceptions. Shaw
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W.P. Draper, Druggist, Springfield,
Mass., writes": "Japanese Pile Cure
has cured lady 7 years afflicted; could
not walk half a mile in the last three
years; now walks any distance."
Winnsboro Drug Store. *
Constable's at Clemson College?A Hot
Discussion on the Dispensary, in the
Societies?Progress of the Musicians.
Fort IIill, S. C., April 7.?Two
of the Crorernor's constables have been
lurking arouud Fort IIill for some
time, like an old dog around a lien's
nest anxious to get the "boodle," but
afraid of danger. A few days ago
two mountaineers, who were enjoying
the privilege of dealing in "bugjuice*',
saw the constables a little distance off
and invited them to come up into (he
woods where they had a twenty-five
gallon keg of good old corn; but the
constables fearing they might receive
most too warm a reception, and get
something they cou!d not digest, begged
to be excused. They get $*2.00
a day for this though, so they were
satisfied. It was a strange incident, ,
but is nevertheless true.
The day that the riot commenecd or
happened in Darlington. was the same
day set apju-t by both societies here for
a debate upon the dispensary system.
Politics were brought into the discussion
which led to a hot dispute between
Tillmanites and Antis. Blows
would have followed but for the presence
of cooler heads. In the Palmetto
Society it was never decided; in the
Calhoun Society in was decided in
favor ?f the affirmative.
A mu>ic teacher from Anderson has
been employed to teach the cadets
tn nip v! ns thev oxnecfc to be nres
*T I J 7 IT jl ent
at l bo laying of the corner stone
in Ilock Kill.
Last night we had a very interesting
and ins;motive talk by Col. Simpson,
of Fendleton, on the times of '76; how
he and others got controll of the State
House and dethroned the negro government.
Gen. Bratton's name was
mentioned once or twice in connection
wit';; this aftair. e. r. w.
Shocking Death by Fire?Replanting?
Cotton Sale?Fairfield Citizen from
Woodward, S. C, April 7.?The
shocking news of the horrible death
by fire on yesterday morning of th'e
fourteen jear old daughter of Mr.
Thos. McJveown, wno lives aoont six
miles from here, has just reached us.
It seems that while The young girl was
standing with her back ;o the fire her
clothing happened to come in contact
with the flames which at once blazed
up and frightened her so greatly that
she rushed frantically out of the house,
and no one being present at the time
to aidJier in extinguishing the flames,
was soon enveloped in a sheet cf fire,
and before assistance arrived was so
horribly burned that death resulted in
a few hours. Her remains will be interred
in the Bethlehem graveyard
There is no doubt now bat ihat all
of the corn that was killed by the recent
freeze will have to be planted
over as it is found that the greater
part was killed to the grain and the
grains have decayed. Some are already
engaged in this work and others
will s:art next week. Several persons
have commenced planting cotton.
This is several days earlier than last
year, and in fact earlier than ever
known before Others say they will
not begin before about the'fifteeuih as
they are a little apprehensive of a continuance
of the cold snaps through the
present month and as seed are scarce
they do not care aooui i uniting iuu
risk of getting their cotton killed.
Three or four cotton buyers were
here yesterday bidding on a lot of a
hundred and fifteen bales belonging
principally to Maj. Brice. It was purchased
by" Heath k Springs through
Thompson, th?ir buyer.
Mr. A. J. Boyd has been confined to
his bed for about a week with pneumonia.
"While he is quite sick and
suffers considerable pain at times, he
is n?t, however, dangerously ill, and
we trust will soen be up again. His
son, Lowrance, who is atteuding
school in Columbia, came home a few
days ago to remain with his father
/Inrin<r hia illness.
Mr. E. L. Brice is also quite unwell,
so much so as to incapacitate him from
stirring around much on his farm.
Dr. John C. Erwin, oldest son of
Rev. T. Vf. Erwin, and now living in
Mclvinney, Texas, arrived at Blackstock
yesterday on a short visit to relatives
"and friends around there and
in this community. He says that
when he left Texas the farmers were
busy planting their corn over again,
the "first planting having been killed
by the recent freeze which was also
very disastrous there. m.
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Magnetic Oil. It has no equal
for the diseases of horses and cattle.
$1.00 size 50 cts.; 50 ct. size 25 cts.
Winnsboro Drtie Store. *
ACORNS FROM WHITE OAK. '
Flanting Right Ahead- -Visitors?Rings
of all Kinds.
White Oak, S. C., April 7.?Most
of our farmers have their land ready
nlan* is infirm land. Abatlt
all of the upland corn has been planted,
but a portion of it will have to be
replanted *11 account of the cold snap.
I have heard of one farmer in our
neighborhood who i9 about through
planting cotton. I will advise the
farmers not to be in too big a hurryabout
planting cotton, or they might
come out like the early c?rn planters?
"at. thp Ht.ila eml ?f the horn."
We have not succeeded in getting a
doctor at this place, "wc are going to
need one soon."
Miss Bettie J)unb ?r, who has been
visiting relatives at tills place, has returnod
Miss Jarushia Mitchell, who has
been teaching school in Chester C'onnty,
is home again.
"The engagement ring has been
received and the holy matrimonial
lapp ring will be next in order that is
if old folks don't interfere." "w.
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When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
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Mother* hare repeatedly told m? of its
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Da. Q. C. Omood.
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mccr*tt of their-chfldren, and use Castoria instead
of the varton^uaek nostrums which are
destroying their loved oaes, fcy foreing opium,
morphine, soothiag syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to prematnre graTes.'"
Da. J. F. KiSchuxjb,
The Centaur Company, 77 M
M ?R . COMPOUND,
PH Vv y A rocont discovery by an old
K> V k. " physician. SuccestfuUy wed
7 ' monthly by thousands of La*
m\ / t??. I? the only perfectly safa
vw' ~JW and reliable medicine ducorered.
Beware of unprincipled
druggists Who offer Inferior
medicines in plaee of this. Ask for Coort Corrow
Hoot Cokpocxb, talc* no *vb*titvt4, or Inclose SI and
8 sonta ijypoitage In letter, and we will send, sealed,
kr return maiL Full sealed particulars in plain
cavelope, to ladies only, 2 stamps.
f Address Pond Lily Cempany,
Ko. 3 i'lsher Block, Dsurolt, Mich,
fctM. N o^cua CTm
_ An agreeable laxative anflKiKVE Tojtic.
Bold by Drnggista or sent by mail. 25c^5Qc.
and SLOP per pacicage. Bampiea tree.
Wf\ UA The Favorite TOOTS POWDH
Av W w for the Teeth and. Breath, 25c.
Captain Sweenay, U.3.A., San Diego, CaL,
Bays: "SMloh'g Catarrh Remedy Is the first
medicine I have ever found that would dome
any good." Price 50 eta. Sold by Druggists.
Do not ntdUct a Cough, as there is danger of
Its leading to Consumption. Shiloh's Cots
will save you a severe Lung Trouble. It is the
best Cough Core andspeedilyrelieveaCoushfc
is soS'on a zuarfntee5 25 eta.
For sale at the Winnsboro Druu' Store.
B R E A K F A S 7 - S U P P Z R.
HHEffTO r n irr fit*? __ l
HKaagSga HAIR BALSAM
CIroTiit* ud btantific* the hair.
Bar^ Promote* a laxuriaat growth.
55fe^MKercr 7*1 la to B?rtore Gray
RRn^g||l Hair to its Yo*tkful Color.
Cutm icalp diMCM* k hair lolling.
(JM ir&TJ?rv Viaccr J.uuv. - . . ,
W??kL?B**, Debility. IndigMtiOB, P*in,T*i?intuo?.K)cU.
FOR 1HI\ PEOPJLE.
Are You Thin ?
Flesh made with Tinacura Tablets is a
scientilic piocess. Ttcy create pcrfect
assimilation cf every form of food, secreting
the valuable parts and discarding"the
worthless. They make thin faces plump
and round out the figure. Tliey arc the
fcr leanness, producing 12 to 15 lbs. per
mo:.th containing xo arsenic, and
r.itaravteed absolutely harm
Price, prepaip, ?1 per box, G for ?3.
Pamphlet. "HOW TO GET FAT," free,
The THlNACURA CO., 949 Broadway.
Cure3 all Female Complaints and Monthly
irregularity, Leucorrhcea or Whites, Papain
Back or Sides, strengthens the feeble, buiila
op the whole system. It has cured thousand*
and -will cure you. Druggists have it. Send
stamp for book.
DR. * P. BB03G00LE k CO-, Louisville, Ky.
I DURaNG'S I
| MIILUIVIfil 10 l!LMLUI|
Has sustained its reputation for IS years %
?i as being tee standard remedf for the
^ quick and permanent cure of Rheuma- +
tism, Gout, Sciatica, etc.. in all its forms. +
i It is endorsed by thousands of Pbysi- O
4 cians, Publishers and Patients. It is O
purelv vegetable and builds up from the
lirst dose. It never fails to cure. *
Price is one dollar a bottle, or six ^
bottles for five dollars. Our 40-page Pam
phlet sent Free by Mail. Address,
| Durang's Rheumatic Remedy Co, f
I 1316 L Street, WasMngton, D.C. !
T Durmig's Liver Pills arc thebeston ^ j
Thev act with an case that makes J |
lliom a household blessing. T
X PEICZ 23 CT3. PES BOS, or C B0ZE3 TCZ $1. ?
T FOS SALS EY DEUOCISTS. J
JACOBS' PHARMACY CO.,
Wholesale Agent?, Atlanta, Ga.
r*3 prescription for Infants
ithcr Opium, ?f orphine nor
.t is a harmless substitute
g Syrups, and Castor Oil.
3G is thirty years' use by
x destroys Worms and allays
cuts vomiting Sour Curd,
I Colic. Castoria relieves
instipation and flatulency.
od, regulates the stomach
f and natural sleep. Cas?
cea?the Mother's Friend.
" Castoria is so well Adapted to childrea that
I raconusend H as superior to any proscription
known to me."
H. A. Arches, X. D.,
Ill So. Oxford ? Brooklyn, If. T.
" Our physicians in the children's departbeat
have spoken highly of their experience
ia their esteide practice with Cactaria,
and although we ocly have anaong eor
medical aapphes what it known as regular
products, yat wa an free to confess that the
merits o( Castoria baa wan us to look with
U.vrrao Hospital ?zd Dismmsast,
Atj.ct C. Ssoth, fVc*.,
nrray Street, New York City.
AND SALE SABLES.
I have six Young Mules
left over and three or four
I plugs, a lew good Mares and
I cnmr> nirp Dri'vincr TlrirSPS.
Will be sold to suit the times.
Will pay the highest cash
price for all classes of cattle,
either fat or poor.
Winnsboro, S. C.
WE 1IAVE OPENED IN TBE
store-room formerly used by us
as a stable a fine line of
BOOTS, Etc. Etc.
And in fact the things that the farmers
need. We also sell the
Rock Hill Co.'s
We also have iu stock HARNESS,
BRIDLES, SADDLES, &c., of
every description that will be
sold to snit the times. We
will also carry on our
LIVERY, FEED, SALE &
in rear of the store, and shall be pleased
to see our friends and customers, and
rrra nmmico In oirn lliom ffir
tS^Stobles kept open day and nigh?.
HALL & CRAWFOBD
JUST RECEIVED, m fic-h supply of
the ab >ve brand FIVE CENT CIGAliS.
? Also j
Ooconeechce, Dukt-'s Mixture, Tar
Ileel, ami other brands of Smoking
Tobacco, and Cijratettc l'aper, at
F. W. II ADENICTIT'S.
01 IDS MEIORYj
ALWAYS III? IS MUD
When You Need
Drugs, Medicine*, Stationery, Limp !
Goods:, Paints, Oil?, Varnish,
Painter's Material Window
Glass, &<*., come to our
Tie WiiiQsboro Drag Store.
"With us hard time pi ices still in exigence.
1,000 lbs. Atlantic White Lead,
150 Gallons Liuseed Oil,
J.W UAUV/U9 1 ?<Ul|
Fanies wishing to paint, look to
their interest, and get onr prices before
BL IST'S GARDEN SEED.
We still have them. Satisfaction guaranteed.
urug - siore.|
The Great Attraction of th.<
xiiliceiit Stock of!
DRESS GOODS in gr^at variety, beautiful
Patterns and Wool Chillies, New Silks, Ch
Pliva ?Ji w*v.?
You won't be in the style uvh-ssyou trim y<
large stock of styles in fcl ck, cream, white, a
We have the prettiest and cheapest Kmbr<
i ver seen, Come and prove this assertion.
White Goods in great variety, Dotted Swiss
A handsome line of Silk Finish Satteens; J
Colored J.awns, Colored Fwi s, ChaHies, etc.
We can please you in all kin is of Notions,
at bottom price?.
Kid (iloTes in spring siuides, silk Gloves, Si
Just opened, a beautiful lot of LADIES' a
Our stock is bow ready f?r inspection. W<
this line. We hare a very large stock?new,
will guarantee to please you and name lower
hare to see our store to appreciate the great q
want vou to come to see us and will make it
ing puces that cannot be discounted, we i?
WE ARE RECEIVING OUR FA
Calico, Outing, Bleached Goods, Unci
Give these goods a thorough inspectioi
We will sliovr a Southern made Bla
seen. Call and examine. If a pair oi
your verdict will be, "1'lJ take a pair."
We are prepared to sustain our ]
especially called to the LITTLE
for children, misses and young beys,
leather from the solar tip to the top.
durable and stylish shoes let your thoi
The best shoes are in th<
It is the place I will go.
Our OBELISK FLOUR stands at t
will plea?e give it a trial. Our Chees<
the best. Our Teas are the best. O
goods m th:s department are bongkt U
quality and price.
Please visit the "Corner Store."
* icrrv art
n&n ani> oi
WE HAVE JUST RE
->g Latest ?
. LATKST shapes
T. H. KETC
MANUFACTURED by the CLEVE- '
When you bnv ??ie pound
lie Cross Baking Powder,
you get a present .worth
the price paid for the powder,
and can make your
No trick. Come aud see
for yourself before they
are all gone. Also a fresh
A. B. CATHGART.
cabbages, &c., &c.,
t> xu ttinwrrht's
B. J. QUATTI.KBAUM, DD.8 1
3 Town now is Our Mag- *|jr. B
styles and at low prices. See our Dress ina,
Japanese Moire, changeable?black . jfl
Dur dress with our Laces. We ha7e a
,nd Insertions to match. ^
oideries in white and colors you hare
, f^awn Nainsook, etc. w
ilso Prints, Ginghams, u 1111113, uiuuiy,
Hosiery, Underwear and Corsets, and
ad MISSES' OXFORDS - very cheap. . *2
; want you to make a special call to see
stylish, and as pretty as can be. We ' J
prices IQAQ yUU can gee
[uantity of goods we are handling. ?
co vour interest to trade widunarfcy nam
ad in good quality and low prices.
WELL & RUFF. 1
LL STOCK OF DRESS GO#BS, /M
lerwear, Hosiery, .uoreew,
i before yoa buj.
nket, the best for the price "we hare
good blankets are wanted we think ^ M
past reputation. Your atteitiem is
' ? ?'? v/iutaat urakt
i UIAH1 ^1/M.wju ..
The Little Giants are solid, strong ~m
Tney are the best we ean biy. For
5 Corner Store;
i-_ i?j All liov# n?f. nsed 11
lie UCilU. Xlli tvuv MWV V
3 are the best. Oar Crackers are
or Pickles are the best. All #ur
?stand the test ef cempetitien ia
TLISH HATS, j
-?- .. -i
CEIVED A LOT OF'
:n's hats, <4
SEE THEM. \ 1
CRUSH HATS. ?
5 AN1) SHADES.
LA GRIPPE j
By baring the following:
Taylor's Sweet Gnm and Malleiu.
AfcMaster's Sore Care.
Hegeman'a Tolu and Liverwort Ex- ^ Spectorant.
Forrest Juniper Tar. -? ^J[
A lien's Lnng Balsam. "I
Boschee's German Syrup of Tar and J
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
Ring's JNew inscovery.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Fellows' Compound Syrup Ilypoph^sphites.
Lemon Elixir, Lemon Hot Dr*pe.
Phillips', Warn pole's and Scott's Cod
Angier's Emulsion, Terraline.
For Rheumatism try?Magic Lini- B|
ment, Radvray'* Beady Ilelief,
Mustang Liniment, St. Jacob's
Oil, etc., etc.
For the Blood? B. B. B., S. S. S., and
"Our Own" Sarsaparillaa.
For the Table?Fine Teas, Spices,
Chocolate, Broma, Corn Starch,
For the Toilet?Copco, Ivory ukI Buttttrmillr
AT THE DRUG STORE. ?
BeMASTEB & SO
JOHN J, MeMAHAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
12% Law Range, Columbia, S. C.
Solicits business in his native County? m
OOR SURVEYING, TERRACING*
r T nMnn-n. v+~
A. UUVCllU^) XJLCk n lUjl} ?IW*| f
Apply to -j
T. M.BOULWARE, _j
7-Sfxly Woodward, H. C. '?1
- -Z \
Well known in this community for its
For sale at
F. W. HABENICHT'S.
FINE BREAKFAST BACON ANI>
Sugar-cored Hams, jast received.
New shipment. ~ 3
For sale at
F. W. HABENICHT'S^