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F ;t Cut ay, zeptemaber 11X 1888.
FORs PRESIDENT :
OF NEW YORK.
ALLEN G. THURMAN,
gtood Results or the l'resent VPm
' I ytl
The Now York Evening Post thinks
that the present political campaign is
one of the most valuable poliil
campaigns in years for the~ education
of the masses in the solence of govern
ment, in that a specofic measure of
logislation has boon proposed to cure
a spQofo evil. The measure referred
to Is tariff reform. A great many
writers and speakers are engaged in
discussing the measure and many are
-the contradictory statements in regard
to It. Some misrepresent the matter
while others are engaged in refuting
thase misrepresentations and explain
ing and defining the real prinoliples
involved. The publio, like a jury,
listen to thise statements and will be
called upon to render its judgmeont.
In exercising this judgment the pub
lie receives an education in poities
wh!nh could not be gaed by years in
the study of books at colleges and
schools. As compared with other
campaigns in recent years this Is by
far the best of them all, from an edu
cational point of view, for formerly
the parties did not represent any di.
gtinct priniples, but fought the politi
oal battles from purely partisan
grounds. The Republicans voted for
te the epublican candidates aimply be
cause that party was In power during
the war and becaus they loved the
old party names. Democrats voted
the Democratic ticket because they
thought the Demnocrate were bett r
men for of oo than Republicans and
also for their lov of the party. In
all these atinpaigns thereorse abun- i
dalt appeals to hatred, pride prejudic
and jealousy. In this campaign all
this is changed. The appeal s made
to the reason of the voters. This
tshar, and the only one, cannot be
carried or defeated by appeal to proju
dice or Jealousy, but must e disettssed
with some degree. of mental exertion.
Thus this campaign becomes one of
great educational advantage, and what
- aver is cqirend oy one,ll not be ost
dice orljealousy,fut msthe dscurse.
witstomedegroelo od metaldtion. n
Thusptign cmpaig bec ome s one of
great educational avaltag, and at-uc
evrhsacqed may it wilth eult
buvembll hoeu ting he fuue.ti,ta
Ovoters ilae horaer beter pc
custoed to follo al 'vtratonh andat
think,rand nthis caming tae this
ptcapfai mt be ,dw sold alf
grea reocdatthns, vand tono one suc
we mus t llrece.Prsien
Whtver h made the result iqur
Noveber ohe people. erai, ha
vtrwib wore'te beterk. e
nTona iattesp to fom tormo
btielalise from th at o th in ing,il
redcehe wilcrainyges doe nogenl
thetractodint cmaig thanefori
any es bfre. hago teerk n our
pawlitrial aithae we ishoul mal
faetreoie attimuatd to no oe
weow ith gminorkn oreiden
stevad who ade the issdergoqngaro
ty ereta the pepl nprt,i
mTd he ep e to raten workmng
btoligt item agt thpoer atll bill will
reduce theiruh wage dos not fihetAen
cans eie ulgn workmen chyhv than u
qetikngasp nth erta ithorhef
ry mterialu otefr lis the maui
.cturs wll be stimulaste to oporeit
workcthusngiin wh eocrn morty.
plomt, and wagsues willo beote
steauiransta tof uandtegoneare
hauctiot, Thf whaoley act of tuea.
Bteri thykntat the Mubil party, in
minsd ofl gthe hel,s ematsa workng
toeisef gainmnt por at the wha
pene pofl trumand,i anot theeri-b
tcons worken heylcn hae atndeavrngu
gtin ak toer powe tis country chef
obete th ouridlstrill woldb de
stroyte ald o labrrh ru epuli
cans wold bean ths astper tr
Iad wob atepteth kell--onf t
Nearty and the etothod far hewk
N.publIn bot regacs the faowe te
have lostsee, iowng thyoa isdtrpe
Bton tekwthat t et till bil, ifw
pase, will gonvencineras ah lohg
leopse os he odveeth, Doritosrat
thrpoledad and theeisnterfor bykngi
hookhsa and ontals vgrpee. a
to ate versbody toutrye-i
~rM v an4 Ro ltter of acooptanco,
was given .t th$ public on ' on y,
Ta rodt}otion Ie the cWlef 1i 0
tochbed' upo9n and the President a.
hores to his r.ustonary courage and
states the wholo matter With great
clearness and cotnprehension. Among
other matters the President speaks of
the dangers of a surplus, the restrict
tion of undesirable immigration, and
an adherence to the principles of clvil
service reform, all of which he advoi
catos. In speaking of labor the Presi.
dont says that the Democratic party
proposes to encourage labor by cheap
ouing ,the costs of thQ necessaries of
life and thereby increase the purchas.
iug power of the workingmen's wages
and add to the comforts of his home.
In the matter of trusts the President
follows the Democratic party in de.
nouncing them as the ''offspring of a
market artificially restricted." He
says that the tariff enlarges the limit ,
within which they may operate and e
increases the extent of their power.
Among the good results promised by o
revenue reform is the checking of
those baleful operations. The Issues
of the day are clearly set forth in his G
letter, and it is the most able, fair and .
honest statement of the Democratic
position yet given the public.
Tias Columbia Register, under the
headline, "Journalistic Impartiality,"
The Winnsboro NEws AND HERALD
takes the cake for fair play and a free (
The Register, after reporting the
insertion of Perry and Duncan circu
lars both, as a supplement in our
Our Fairfield contemporary will
have friends at court never mind how
the gander hops.
If the Register . had noticed with
any degree of care it would have seen
that Uoth of the circulars sent out
were advertisements, which were duly
paid for like some other articles on the
same subject in the Register some
time in the beginning of the cam
paign. There is nothing wishy-washy
about TlE NEWS AND HEnALD. If we
thought either Mr. Perry or Mr. Dun
.an unfit to represent our districtIn n
the national leglslature we would not
l csitate to say so.
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A PPLICATIONS received until the
11 i1rst of October for School District o
No. 18, J. L. CAUTJHEN, f
Chmn. Bld. Trustees.
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STATE OF 80UTH CAROLINA,
OUNTT oP PAInIPIRLD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
John Hamilton, Plaintiff, against John W. m
Smith Defen'dant.-Bummnsefor 1kief. ri
To TRES DBPnN1DAN~T AnoV-NAMBD: 1
YOU are hereby summoned and re
qurdto answer the complaint in
this action, of which a copy is herewith
served upon you, and to serve a copy of -
your answer en the subscribers, at their
offices. No. S and i Law Range, Winne
boro 83. C., within twenty days after the
servce hereof, exclusive of the day of
such service: and if yo,u fail to answer
the complaint wlithin ietime aforesaid,
the plaintiffs in tnis action will apply to
the Uourt for the relief demanded in the
Date Wnnsboro, S. C., July 14, A. D.
McDONA LD & DOUGLASS,
To the Defendant. John W. Smith :
Take notice, that the Summons in this
action of whi'ch the foregoing is a cop',
and tieo complaint therein, were filed n (
the office of the Clerk of the Court of
Common Pleas at Winnsboro, in the
County and Stac aforesaid on the 14th j
day of Jul~ 1888.
McDONA LD & DOUGLAS8,
T WO FARMS3 of about 150 Acres each,
within five miles of Wlnnsboro, S. 0. 1
TEN SHlARS Savins and L& in Stock.
Aug11J. C CA1 L WELL & C0.
PBOM THE IIANUPAOROY.
T~ ED(GERS, Day Books, Record Books,
AJ Receipt Books, Draft Books, Pas5
Blooks, Memorandums, &e., to suit overy- a
bod u ST ec dRC ET iN
This powder never varies. A marvelof
Iiystethand wholesomeness. More
anomioailtan the ordinary~ kinds and
not be sold in competition wit1 the
ultitude of low test, short weight alum
phosphate powders. Hold only in ans.
OYAL BAIiING PowDIEn Co., 100 Wall
o1d by MoMaster, Brico & Ketohin,
OME, CALL, AND B'UT
YOUR CIGARS AT'
AND SELECT Y 0 U R
KOICE DURING THE
F. W. Iabenloht's.
WE W1LL CLOSE OUR, STOCK
f Summer IIat8 regardless of cost
r the next
Everybody wantinig bargalus wil
Ii and we will convince them of th
A now lot of Shapes-the iles
Call and examnino our stock.
MRtS. J7. D. McCALEEY.
) A ACRS in Longtown section, ten
SMiles from Rlidgevay. 105 acres
tin or, 50 acres ooa ud, of which
acres are good creek bo.woms that will
iako fifty bushm cis of corn pr acre. A
Fe 1 stoc far. Can be bought exceed
Unudred Acre o f Ladour miles
timber. A deirable place.
Lot 'with Two Store Buildings and
Tarehouse, Reteast corner of Congress
Lot wi the Store Building now occum
One Hundred and Thirty-five (135)
Leres of good framing land, two mile
romn Winsboro. Three good tenant
ouses on the place, and good barn and
One IJundred and Forty (4)Acres in
e Walter Keller land. A gofarm.
Five Hundred and Fifty-three (553)
Leros of good farmning lan four mniles
com Blaokstock. A goo giouse and
ood tenant houses, in sltent number.
No. 1 cotton and grain plantation.
One lot of 40 acres, one mile from Black
Lock, with good dwelling-house and all
essar outbuildings nearly new. A
One tract 302 acres of good land, well
nies fo Winn:sborog ulin
J.0C. CALD)WELL & CO.,
Real Estato Blrokes.
Pineapple sliced and grated.
Cannedt Roast and Corned Beef.
Canned Boned Turkey.
Canned rotted Hlam.
Canned Lunch Tongue.
look's Modal Salmon, the finest over
Fronohi and American Sardine.,
n absence of Mackerel we sell Cod
Fish and Canned .hIaokeral.
Biroma and Cocoa.
Fine and cheap Teas and Coffee.
Rice, 1lour Grits ad Meal.
New Orleans dyrups and Vinegar.
All of which 'will be sold for the
>weat price at
8. 8. WOLFE'S.
Crock ory', Glassware and Lamps
Fill bo sold until the 15th of Septom
er AT COST.
A FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE in Winns
boro. Eligiblo location.
J. U. OALDWEILL & COQ.
LEOIL , *
'+ ' l1BUCOGI1S'
ms. boo4 h oon & OIL,
I wagon WEEELS,
whih wo war. IRON,
rant and sol as
chea s any oth. TEEL,
or. -ho o borso
we retail por WOODWARC,
THw -lIrVE DQAR,
well painted and LEATHER,
ino u spring IU8
seat. radieUA RNES
eount to ldealers.
WeIhave a few cOLt.4R*,
nice suamer due.
tore, maale cloth, PLOWS,.
0mb rold red,
which we OHURN8,
to sell quick. For WHEEL BAI$QW
anything pertain- BRE O,
a 14 wt bus- - L g
ness ollon us. WIRE AILS,
Eldorado Oi for CARRIAGE
gI n s. Cylinder HARDWARE,
and s a o h ine GENERAL
WinDIboro Wgon CO
SEED RYE and BARLEY,
A full line of GREEN and
verized and Brown.
STAIR LYE, STARCH,
One Hiendred Barrels ol
J. F. IWASTER & CC
ORIOICE' EVAP~OR kTED APPLEk
CHOICE TURLKISHI PRUNE8.
CROICE CREAM CHEE8E.
CHOICE MESSINA LEMONS.
OROSSE & BLACKWELL'S IN~
LEA & PERRIN'S WORIOUESTEIl
TEAM-COOKED CIRUSHED OAT
A full line of Canned (*oods, hr
eluding something very tine in
Peaches and Sliced antd Grate
JPRE8I.GROUND SPICE-all kin&i
BUGAR-CURlED PIG H AMS.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER,
at reducod prices.
TERMS FOR ABOVE-CA8H!.
Rl. M. HUEY.
WRAT IS TIKE WEWS
EVERYBODY IS SATIS
GROESCHEL & Co.
H AS A FEW BARRELS OF
OLD CORN AND RYE WHIS
Which they offer at low tigaro.. Also
atoall line of
OUR RIESTAORANT is now opoi
with the best of th~ season.
*8P~Ct4onlL A 00.
oer .ia 'uw:Iange,
WIN2TBORO, . O.
ti c eall. the itf te and United
ATTONYg A 00 GUNSBLLoIt AT LAW
Nte. 7 and 9 rast. Washington bz.
WNzg8noRO, 8. 0.
'fetis same as occupied by the late Col
James i. Rion.
ATTORNRY AND. 0oUiBtI40 AT LAW,
No.N Law Range,.
WINN8B ORO, 8. 0.
W. B. RAOSDAL. G. W. RAOSDALO
OASDALE & EAGSDALE,
ATTORNEYS AND 00UNSBLLO1t8 AT LAW,
No.. Law Range,
W.INNiBO.R.O, 8. 0.
S.B.REUDAW, BUOWRAA B
A 1O)gA OUIg4-ATLOAT AW
No. 7 Law Range,
W4N-N 8 B O RQ,8. 0.
JAS.. mo0 ItObT8
A T T O R NEY-A TLALA
No.1 LAW UANE"..W
WI N NSBORO, 8,0.
st ractos in the State and Uitted
SAXDERS, RNAHAN & CAThCART,
WINNSBORO, 8. U.
Practieeo in all the State and United
S'Ofico upstairs in Bank buildingt
A. N. DOUGLAS8,
ATTORNEY AND COUN8ELLOR AT LAW,
No. 8 Law' ange,
W INN8BO O, S. o.
Practices in the State and United States
RICHMOND AND DAN,VILLE R. .
SOUTH CAROLINA DIVISION.
Condensed Schedule in Effect June 24,
TRAINS RUN nY 76TU )tEIDIAN TIM$.
ort,h Bound. No. 1. No. 8
(viaS.C. R.R.) 8.10p.m. 7.00a.mn.
r. Augusta, 7.00p.m. 8.0a.m.
L.v. h DAnNDlle, 7. . .0MA.m
L olUmbiAOL , 11'.2Sp.m.121m
LC-ndnsoro Schdul in a.etu 24,1m
TRAIS flI2 E 75T 3 10DAmTIM4.~pm
vA.0Salibry, .22.m. 7.05..
A. Ageesa, .00.m. 8.40pJ.m
Lv Araitehmod, .p.m. 9.00a.m.
A. Trengton, 8.2 p.. .0a.m.
L. Balnto' 117.n..2a..
Ar, Couie a, 3 a25.m.1.47.m
A. WNw Yo, 1.0 a.m. 2p.m.
Suth* Boun. No-2 o 0
Lv. Newook, 4.30p.m. 12.15n.fl
Ar. Phalottei, -4.7p.20a.mlS.n
Lv. alimour, 9.42p.m. 9.45a.m.
. reesbgoo 11.00p.m. 11.4ap.
Lv.r Richmnond, 2.0.m. 3.10a.m.
Ar. WGshngoo, 9.8a.m. 10.OO.m.
Ar. Salimoury, 11.23.m. 12.n g.
Ar. Phialttea .0p.m. 2.10a.m.
Ar. Roek Hork, 20p.m. 3.10a.mu.
Sout Boester 2.5. 8.5..
Lv. wnnYork, 434p.m. 4.5n.
Lr. Pholapbia, - 854p.m. 7.25a.m
-Lv. Johltore 9 .42pmn. 9.01a.m.
.Lv.WTrenton 81.OOp.m. 9i.18a.m
Lv. Gransboroll, 98.a.m. 19.46a.m.
Av Ch arloe 9.10p.m. 10a.m.
Lv8. h .ster ) 9.46p.m. 11.00a.m.
Ar. Colma,nah. 355.
(va Trent.n R.R. 8.15.m. 0.00p.m
L . ran GHlo R 8.RV1p..94am
Ar.lmAngustace 0.ar p.between August
an (vi l on C. s. 5 n 1
-Pullman Palace Buffet Cars between
Augusta and Washington, D.. C., on Nos.
D). CARDWELL.D. P. A.,
Columbia, S. 0.
JAS. L. TAYLOR.
General Passenger Agent.
WINES, LIAUORS, TO
BACCO, CIGARS, ETC.,
R. P. LUMPKIN'S,
Throo doors south of W. C. Beaty's and
one door north of 8. 8. Wolfe's,
Winnsboro, 8. C.
M Y motto Is "Quick Sales and
.J.Small' Profits." Cheapest in
town~ for cash. I also sell the famous
176 do rees. The safest and best. It
is jaa what you want and what you
should use. it is a good insurance
polley. Ask for Fire-Proof Oil.
RI. P. LUJMPKIN.
tJ?PURE RYEAND CORN WHIlS
EEY A SPEOIAI/PY.
OO00?JNG & HEATING STOVES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
ALSO, TINWARE, UOLLOW-WARE3
Jars, Flower--Pots, and general house
od furnishing goods.
STOVES, TINWAREC,&3. REPAIRlED
All work guaranteed first 01aas. Eivery..
hat rices to suit the times.
north ofP. Lan ker .''. doo
Sucoossor to J. U. um inge.
S-SubWcribe to this papor.
cy ak n. th t deatmn at
Loka4u Groey,Kie an/ok,PoktKio
wr, &c. , t
o a r Sl iln Pictes SJum , n
Jo J. U ERI 6 &
R A ,.. t Coa
We have routed _9ur Grooery Store, oo iseitly w
Quir stoa,k* in that departmOAt at
C1od1ug Out Pics' For Casbl.
Look at our Crockery' Knives and Forks, Pooket:Ruivo,06Tan
Look at our Shelf Groceries, inoludin ~ickles, Sauces, arne
Cloods, Whole Spices. Ground Spices, Macaroni, Royal: Bakai
Powder, Teas, Extracts, &a.
This sale will continue until September 15th to 20th.
- COME AND SEE UN.
M. BEATY & BRO.
NEW BARGAINS 2
For this Week :
o e ei!jg~L..f s , rfi~
6 Nice Lace Parasols, worth from $3 to $5at 2
i piece Oriental Flonncing, worth $x, for 75c.
i piece Dotted Swiss. worth zoc., for 15c.
r piece Dotted Swiss, worth 25c., for 19C
Sooe Real Baria lu Wbite -oods.
zo Suits of Clothes, worth from$13-5o to $17-50, at $io.oo
CALL AND EXAMINE.
MeMastsr, Brie. & Ketebin.
Eoaaquaxtors for Sewing Machine$
SIXTY-THREE SEWING MAOHINEB OF VARIOUS KIND ON'
band. Agent for the Now Davis Vertical Food, New Ihouto and Favorlto a
three loading and boat fllily machinos on the market. 5 oasb will -y
you a good now sowing machine. Como and sed. J. 0.130
BUGGIES. BUGGIES. GG
Tlfteen vehicles on hand and for sale. Open, Top, Double- it(ed Tnern
-ut Seat, Jump 5eat, Spring Carts, end one and two-horso afid 9 --t
mame number to arriv. All will bo sold cheep for cash or go4
-Illlinory, Fanoy Goods Notions, Dry Goods, Shoes, Coneotdaio'te, -E
-acco, Oigars, Groceries, a'rniture, etc., aiways 4t oedound as lo 3
west at -..3A'