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WINNSBORO, S. C.
Saturday. September 16. 1893
TALBERT and McLaurin are trying,
hard to get the latter's bill on the
financial question reported to the
House. But there the bill makes slow
progress, some one who "objects to
everything" standing in its way. i
How these two gentlemen must long I
for some of the Parliamentary methods
of South Carolina's Legislature to aid
them in their extremity.
THE Democrats of the House are
pursuing the iight course in forcing
the fight on the Federal election laws.
'Tis true the session was called for a
specific purpose, but that beiur at
tended to in a manner wl-ici %hould
put the Senate to shame, t be [ouse is
properly attendirg to urgent business,
when so much unnece sary talk is
being indulged in by the higher house
THE News and Courier's annual trade
review of the city of Charleston is up
to its usual standard of splendid
newspaper work. Charleston has
made progress during a year when it
would have been creditable to bave
made no retrogression in business,
and justly prides herself upon her fine
showing. Al of us fell prond of
Charleston and are agsured that as a
reward of her pnluck under many and I
trying calamities there is a brilliant
*tuture in store for her.
THE COUNTY ALIANCE.
speeches by D. R. Duneen and J. B. Jef
rThe County Alliance met in the
Court Ilouse Friday to hear lectares
by ofEers of the State and National
Alliances. The speakers were lion.
.J. RI. Jeffries, State Lecture'
The meeting was called to order
about 12 m. by President Rosborough,
of the County Alliance, lHe brought
a respectful hearing and ntroduced
as the first speaker
EON. J. R. JEFFRIEs.
*Mr. Jeffries spoke for about an hour
and a quarter and commanded a re
*spectful attention throughout the entire
speech. Hle spoke of his tzip over the
County and was more than pleased
with it. Hie had been well received
everywhere and las really received
more courtesy than he expected. lHe .1
was pleased with all the aillances that
he had visited, and although he had
found a little lukewarmness there was
not near so much as was reported. 2
The State Alliance was establiehed
on a Ifirmer basis than ever before and
was in a better moral condition. I
There was not half the opposition to
the alliance today that was encountered
two years ejo. lie had been traveling
throughout alt the State and was ini a
position to know. In Barni well et unty
he went into the Court House expect
ing to find a small audience, buit was
surprised to see the house packed,
and was informed that every man
*present could give the countersign.
The alliance was never intended to
hoist one class of citizens above
another, but it was intended that the
*agricultural population should haveb
equal representation with other classes. ei
It was to educate the agricultural E
element to its proper position in the C
government. Class legislation hadS
.been enacted by the law-makers
which had ground down the farmers
until at the present time they could a
not even get money to move the cotten h
crop. The cause of this was the
ignorance of the people of economic n
governmernt and the alliance wss in- E
tended to remedy this. The educa- c<
tion of the people in non-partisan law I
is one of the 'first planks in the alliance at
Mr. Jefferies discussed the financial
sy stem at great length. He said t he
system now in practice in this country b
had been sent over by m'e bank of
Englatnd in 1862, and is the saume as el
the one in England where the common Cf
people have been ground down by the tl
lie described the formation and .
growth .f the public debt. The alli- ta
ance was opposed to the national banks.
It had repeatedly asked Congress for
a sub-treasury bill, but had been told
the scheme was impracticable. Tie
sub-treasury had been tried ingothjer L
counti ies and hed been found success- rr
ful. It involved three principles: 1st. 0
To stop national banks as banks of b
issue. 2nd. To issue money directly b
throngh the Enb-trcasury Witl) not
Highest of aU in Leavening Power.
ver two per cent iiitere'. ::d. To'
estroy gambling on farn products.
The governiment h: ftirnihed a
ub-:reasury for the miniers ci.t Wcst
:d sho:-uld also Stablih a sub treas
y for cotton.
Mr. .h-fleries (c)lsed his -pecch by
adig sn~ prdicims ()I Calthoun,11
incoli, Gti fie'd an-I Chiee ini regard
the st ru'iwe w hich muin r evenit zial ly
ke jhice beiwXn c:pital aol lab-ar.
N. I). P. DUNC~A
'aq tl next speaker. Ihis speech
calt mstly w it h Ih-- State Ex.-h-ige,
ow it wa -arr.e. on, anld lw to tl
rchase the goods through it. lie ta
,o called atter.tion to the deianis of R
e Na'ioial Alliance. Ile said that a
ajority of the perrons opposed to the
liance hd never read its demands. i
he six important ones were: 1st, t
onomy; 2n 1, a low tarifl; 3rd, free :
:o:age; 4th, the abolition of national -
)aks; 5th, non alien ownership of
and; Gth, better and cheaper mroney.
Mr. Dutncan said there was hardly 15
ny need of speaking to Sonth Carolina.
e was all i ight, and her representa
4es in Congress were doing their
Inty. All over the country orders
ere going down to elect men to
Wongres; who will fulfil the nishes of
he agricultural element.
Ater the close of tht -pe:,kiug, (in
otion &.1 Mr. T. P. Miteh, il, a vote
f thalniks was tendered tl:e speakers
behalf of the al.i'ice.
A secret sts-iont w:LP tihen held at
vhich only the menbers fIthe al.i-once
uld be present.
The solicitous souls who see in the A
inconditional repeal of the Sherman
t the end of silver and the rain of
M things, should be able to derive Ti
ome comfort from the remarks made
n the Senate Wednesday by Mr. I
roorhees. le expected, he said, DY
vhen the Sherman law was repealed, Y0I
o engage to bring about a proper bo
'istem of coinage for the future as
here had been in the past. Asked if
would not be :necessary to supple
nent the repeal bili by some legisla
on in behalf of silver, he said: ",Yes,
ir, and I am ready to engage in it.
do not thuink it fair to judge any ad
ainistraion by any one mere act on
he legislation on a great subject like
nance, especia'ly. The legislation ab
i not stop with the repeal of .the tic
erman act. Undoubtedly not, neith- Sp
:ras to silver, nor as t)- some ot 'er; rej
It isno eespk frdi
eka'inisthaton. Certalu!y finan
a. legislation will not stop with the e
epeal of the Sherman act.-ChAarlotte fri
ST. PETER'S CHIRISTMAS. cai
'as the night before Christmas in fl
kingdom come, ,
2e saints were abed and the harps
were all dumb; . ,
2e hales turned cout to economize gas, ~
ud the stockings hung up on the cme
gateway of brass. a
aid Peter; "It will not take but a dit
o look in my stocking and see what diu
is in it, no
he good little angels are all fast Su
Lnd no one will know that I've taken Ca
a peep,'' rig
nd low and behold in the dawning du
[is stocking apparently full to the tol
[e took it down quickly, and there,
if yo please, .
as a' tiny toy rooster that crows
when you squee ze.
LSthe saint hurried off in undignified
ewas over-heard muttering "con
founded bad taste,"
nd somehow the story got around
the next day.
ow Peter don't hang up his stocking*
fr.T .Hawkins, Chattanooga,,
enn., rass: "Shiloh's Vitalizer!
A VED MY LIFE.' I coustder it the
st remedy for a debilitiated system I
er used." For Dyspepsia, Liver or S
:dney trouble it excele. Price 75
. or sale at the Wintnsboro Drug
ore. * P
Alt Free. In1
Those who have used Dr. King's New
iscovery knows its value, and those who
ye not, have now the opportunity to try
Free. Call on the advertised Druggist
id get a Trial Bottle, Free. Sent you'
.e and address to II. E. Bucklen & Co.
bicago, and get a sample box of Dr.
iig's New Life Pills Free, as well as a
py of Guide to Health and Household
strutor, F'ree. All of which is guaran
ed to do you good and cost you nothing
Master & Co.'s Drug Store. *
For Over Flfer Years.
. WINsLOw's SooTIING SmnUt' has
en used for over fifty years by millions
mothers for their children wvhile teeth
", with pei feet success. It soothes the
ld, softens the gums, allay-s all pain,
res wInd colic, and is the bet rem edy -
rDiarrhea. It will relieve the poor lit
sufferer immediately. Sold by D)rug
ts in every part of the world. Twenty
~cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for 11I
drs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
e no other kind. 5-46Ix1y
OFFICE OF COUNTY COMMISSioNEns,~
WisNonOfl, s. 42., 5th Sept., 1593.
EA LED BItS for the rebuilding of the
tridge over McLure's Creek, on the I~
ad leading fronm Shalton's to Wolhug,
illbe recivedl 't this office up to 12 70
ck M. on the 7th day of October,1893. yon
Bids to be for cash. Speeiticatiors can th
seen on applicationl at this office.
B ti. TENNANT,
. -mv:1:x Chmn. Itil. Co. Comn.
-Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
)ne cent a d
rm GmRz COUGHl Cumz promptl aura*
iere an others fail Coug ha Crou re
roat, Hoarseness, Whoopi C n
thma. For Consumption 't n Coughn
a cured thousands. and will CMMl YOU E
kenin time. Sold by Druggists on a guar
tee. For a La~me Back or C~heek, use
11LOH'S BELLADONNA PLABTR.2o.
1%tyou arr ?This remedylsguaran
3dto cure you. PriceOct. I tofree.
or sale at the Winnsboro Drua Store
'60. The Monk's Remedy. 1845.
TONIC, NERVIE, BLOOD PUR1
Like Cures Like.
e Poison of the Swamp ha3 its Xnti
dote in the Swamp.
rr Malaria, Nervousness, Indigestion,
sentery and Bowel Conilant, ask
ir dealer for MOiTEREY. If he
!s not keep it, we will send yoa a large
;tle, express prepaid, on ieceipt of $100.
Florence, S. C., Props. rnd Mf rs.
F. W. WAGENER & Co.,
Charleston, S'ate Agents.
EING LOCATED NEAR THE
I Government Departments are
le to give your claims better atten
n than attorneys located elsewhere.
ecial attnin ieodiflu
ite-is. Soldiers wiho have lost their
charges cant obtain new ones.
arges of desertion removed. No
unless you get a pension. Advice
e. Soldiers pensioned at less than
lve (512) dollars per month and
reringi from disability in addition
that named in their pension certifi
.e may obtain increase under the
v law. It is not necessary for you
have gotten any ai1hnents in war to
pensioned under the new law.
nsions for widows and children
thout regard to cause of soldier's
ith; for mothers and fathers who
now dependent, whether they
re dependent on soldier when he
d or not. Pensions obtained for
'vice rendered in Mexican and In
n wars. Mexican pensions can
w be increased to $12 a month.
spended pcusions restored.
PAT EN TS
eats, Trade Marks, Designs, Copy
hts and all Patent business con
ted for MODERATE FEES. In
mation and advice given to inven
s without charge. Address
NORMAN CL AIM AGENCY,
Box 167, Washington, D. C.
)9KS i1N MI4T
LARGE SUPPLY OF
fact, everything needed at
school in this line.
tat we carry a full line of
PURE DRUGS and are
selling at prices to suit
the hard times.
'inboro Daug Store.
SOLVED T lE SILVER QUE&
CION IN T HE INTERE-.T OF *
his is a good harvest itself.1
Never mind the last stormn.
-vone rheumatism but ts you, or
r~ corns (not corn) irouble you
can relieve eitherI for 5c. to 753c. at
Drug Storc of
LRE YOU GOLING TO THE WORLD'S
If so, bee that your ticket reads via
.inciniati a4d tie ('. 14. & D. and
dlonon--he acknowledged -World's
The on!v line out of Cinciunati con
3ecting n i-h E. T. V. & G. andQ. &
2. train No. 2, arriving Cincinnati
10."0 r. M. A solid train carrying
hrough sleepers froin Jacksonville,
,avainab, Birmingham, Atlanta, Chat
tanooga, Macon and New Orleans via
E. T. V. & G., Q. & u., C. H. & D.
and Motion Route to Chicago.
You can stop over in Cincinnati if
your ticket reads via the C. U. & D.
and the Monton Route, by depositing
same with ta.c Merchant;' and Maim
fa!urtrb' Association, Chamber o
Conanlerce Building, cori.er of Fourti
and Vine Streets, one block fro
Fountain Square (the C. I-I. & D.
ticket office is in the same building).
This enables you to vitit the pictur
esque "Queen City" at no additiona:
cost, and special efforts wil! be made
to entertain strangers lmsi itably anc
Tile uriversal verdict of the travel
ing public is that the Pullman SafetI
Vestibuled triinp, running every day
"and Sutiday too," via the C. H. & D
and Monon, between Cincinnati, In
diatapolis and Chicago, are withoui
doubt the ainet on earth." Thesi
trains were especially built by th:
Pulluman Company for this service
and embrace every improvement
Their nasiiticent coaches, luxuriou
smoking cars, superb sleepers, obser
vation cars, compartment sleepirg
cars and unexcelled dining car servcee
afford "all the comforts or hotne."
Leaving Cincinnati you pass throngl
the beautiful Miami Valley, and fe
twenty-five miles the double track
run through the very front door yard
of the finest suburban homes in ilb
country. Beyond Hamilton and up t<
Indianapolis, the line is noted for it
A stop over at [ndianapolis, th
capital of Indiana; ay ba obtained b
depositing your ticket with the Secre
tarv of t;e Coititm'ercial Cltb. Thi
c:tv i, more worthy of a v.ait thnm
alost atny other of its siz: in tll
West, atndI -ffers the greatest induce
tuents to travel;er aid trisft. Be
tweet Indiana..olis au. Chicag" th,
line tr.,v(erses time vot m best agricul1ura
aind c.,mrnercial territory, aid t
ride is one of unparalleled co:nifoi t a:.<
Bear in mind that :he C. M:i. & D
and Moron Route trains all run V:
Buruside Crossing, from which poini
the Illinois Central sububan train!
run direct to the Wotld's Fair (rounda
every moment. At Etglewood con
neetion is made with the electtic cars,
which run every five minutes to the
grounds, but we recommend all
persons to go directly into the Dear
born Station, which is located in tle
heart of the city and from which all
street car lines converge, then go di
rectly by car or cab to your hotel or
boarding place. First locate yourself;
know where and how you are to hive
while in Chicago. Get the locality
firmly fixed in your mind, before
going to the World's Fair by any ei
the numerous convenient ways; the
esble cars, electric roads, elevated
railroad, illinois Central R. R., su
burban trains and the steamboats
minuthes ride from the business portion
of the city to the grounds. Take your
breakfast down town, huy yonr lunch
at the grounds, and take your supper
down town. If' you foillow these
sugestions you will save money.
The faciliiies for Eerving lunch at the
World's Fair Gronnds are extraordi
nary and the prices are cheaper than
at your own home, but breakfast and
supper should be taken down town,
or at your boarding house. ThE
World's Fair is already the most as
tounding and stnpeudous spectacle
ever attempted by any people, and a
da's visit will afford more delight
and instruction than can possibly bE
obtained in ?1y o:hmer w ay or by the
same expenditure of money. For
further particulars, descriptive pam.
phlets, rates, etc., address
E. A. 1.ooVER,
General Advertising Agent C. IH. &
D. R. I., No. 200 W. Fourth St.,
FORSAIE OR RENT
Dwelling now occupied
by Mr. W. H. Williford
is offered for sale or rent.
Possession January 1,
1894. Apply to
UTLYSSE G. DESPORTES.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
loe a GeneralBalbli Bll~lless.
BiJS alit Sells Excha
'- EFOSI rs solicited. Four per cent
L7 paid on deposits in Savings Depart
nent Interest entere~d up on the first of
alia Stock Pali l; -o -$5,8
IltiePronts, - - $13,8
W. C. PEATY, JA MES Q. DAVIS,
ORn1 SURVEYING, TERRACING,
. Leveling, Drawing, Etc.,
Apl oT. M, BOUL WARE,
AC.... k ADERY,
SALEM, N. C.
THE OLDEST FERLE COLLEGE in the SOUTH
The 92nd Annual Session begins SEP
TE MBER 5, 1893. Register for last year
362. Special features: THE DEVELOP
MENTOF hEALTH, CHARACTER AND IN
TELLECT. BuildiDgs thoroughly remod
elled. Fully equipped Preparatory, Col
legiate and Post Graduate Departments,
besides first-class schools in Musrc, ART,
LANGUAGES, ELOCUTION, COMMERCIAL
8-1 .JO1N H. CLEWEILL, Principal.
D)AVIDSON, N. C.
FIFTY-SEV-N'r YEAlR UEGINS
SEPTEMBER 14, 1893.
Ten (10) Piofessors and hin-tuctors.
All te usual branches t aught.
Junior and Senior Stuldis Elective.
Chemical and Phy.ical Lahcratories.
Gymnastics, Gaies, Aquatic Sports,
Social Culture, and Voca! Music receive
Y. M. 0. A. unsurpassed.
Send for Catalogue.
J. B. I] EARER,
- 7-8txtiloctl President.
Fllffal Univer sili
3 ~ GREENVILLE, S. C.
3 The next session tegins SEPTEMBER
3 27, 1893. Th - course of study is extensive
) and thorough, the expense moderate.
s Student- in the Mess Hall last year report
that Board, R oom Rlent, Furniture, Fuel,
Lights, BooKs and Washing cost from
*73.29 to $s:.7s. All expenses need not
exceed $140 to $160, if economy is prac
- ticed. Far full information, apply to the
Ps.: C. MAN LY, D. D.
(OLUMIBIA. S. C.
S..-411 hion -inl Sept.-niber 26thl. Fou.l
ceIur.,e: (Icsical. Litei ary, Scientific, and
La.; with electiv- studies in higher
cla-ses. N e w y (;mnasiun. Well appoint
Ed Laboratories,' Chemical, Physleal, Bib
lical, etc. Necessary Expenses, from $145
. to $210.
For further ir.forniation address the
Psde. JAMES WOODROW.
Anderson, S. C.
A Military Boarding School.
session Opens September 12.
Sociaf, Moral and Religious Privileges
Full Corr~s of Experienced Teachers.
COL. JOON B. PATRICK,
THE DUE WEST
DUE WEST, S. C.
The exercises of this boardingt school
for girls will begin the FIRST MONDAY
T borough and successful teachers em
The moral and religious infi:ences sur
ronrrding this sohool such as jare rarely
Vocal teacher secured through New
England Conservat ry of Music.
Send for Catalogue or write for room.
MRS. L. M BONNER, Principal,
HI. E. BONNER, Vice Principal.
W. L. DOUCLAS
63 SHOE no#e
Dyeuwarthem? When nextlin eed try apai.1
Best In the world.
.0 $3 0
1.50 - $2.0,
lftyou wauntzine DRESS SHOE, made !nthe latest
styes do'tpay$6to 8,try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 or
$5 SoeTheyfitequa tocustom moade and Iookc and
wear as well. If you wtsh toeconomlzelanyourfootwear,
do so by purchasIng W. L Douglas Shoes. Name and
prIce stamped on the bottom, look for it when yon buy
1WLDOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass. Sold by
Q.D.WIL LIFORD & CO.,Wiunsboro,S.C.
W. J. JOHNSON, Ridgeway, S. C.
350 Pond Cottoln
We offer one ton Cotton
Seed Meal for Three Hun
Ged and Fifty Pounds Mid
dling .,ii t Cotton, payab'e
Every prudent farmer sbould
side manure his cotton and
corn with cotton seed meal
at that price. Now is the
time to do it.
W. R. DOTY & CO.
and Four Bushel Sacks, suit
able for cotton picking.
For sale at
F. W. H ABENICH T'S..
MY STOCK OF CLOTHI]
complete, consisting of Men's,
and Children's Clothing, and i
sold at prices to suit the hard ti
Do not I
DRY GOODS AND NO
I HAVE A NICE STOC
Dry Goods, Notions and Gent
nishing Goods. Give me a cal
SW. H. WI]
offord - College,
SPARTANBURG, S. C.
OUR1 BUYER HAS RETURNED
froia New York, anod we are now
receiving and opening our
Onr stock is large and varied and
the best we have ever had.
Prices are at Rock Bottom,
made to suit the hard times. We are
anxious to show our goods and will be
pleased if yo - will come and look at
them whether yon buy or not.
CALD WEL & Ufl.
NO USE TO KICK
&e Graefully Acept
We Dispense Next Door
to the Dispensary
Groceries of all descriptions, Canned
Goods, Vinegar. Stock and Cattle
Medicines, Hardware, Tin
ware, llarness, BridIes,
and maany othe' thiings that wve will
take plea~nre in iih >wing. Call on
U-; we gtuarntee ssdisfactiona
or cheerfully refund your
A. WIJFORD. & 00.
W INNSBURO, S. C.
AN D) SALE SABL ES.
TH E UNDERlSIGNED STILL H AS
Lleft on hand
well broken, soundi arna straight, from
3 to 5 years old, ranging from 14i to.
15 hands high. Also
which would do well to finish up a
rop with. Persons in need ofesu4:r
stock would do well to call and pr':e
he same. Any of the anove will i
xchanged for broken down stock
I am also agent for the Cel~aous5
Jarriage M anufact uring 'ac. Persons
ishing to buy a nice Phaeton, Buggy
>r Cart can do so by calling on the
ndersigned. A. WILLIFORD,
a FULL LINE of SHOES
Boys, Children and Ladies.
orget to look at my stock of
I have them at all prices.
JAS. H. CARTJSLE, LL. D., Prest.
Two Fall Courses.
Necessary expenses for one year, one
Hundred and Fifty Dollars.
For Catalogue address,
J. A. GAMEWELL,
8 1 Secretary of Faculty.
PAR7EY - ISLND -HITEL.
Open for the Seasn of 48
FOR COOL BREEZES, FINEF
ig and Sf Bah the Tl
We guarante ari din~abl, at
he Steame Jaue ~avedn
and Fridays apd8A.
n oder not to lo e tinge t 'is shoulJ
days, Tuesays or 'ursdia.L
For- terms, etc., addis
k- Winthog Wi&s,
Waverly Mills, Georgetown Co., S. C.
to funsh rnin n
from Wiia br oe
tod funt thetao n a d
p oublIre-Switd aieor
Stables t wo doorz north of
Winasboro Notel. Your pat
ronage is respectfu!'y s'olic
ited, gr"Prices moderate.