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WINNSBORO, S. C. C
Tuesday. September 26. 1893 =
THE North Joarnal we find among
bur exchanges this week, a bright little
weekly published at North's on the
South Bound road. It is deserving of t1
ihe success it anticipates. it
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THE consolidation of the interests of p
the State 2nd the Jou.nal will give oneb
of the strongest newspaper companieG
in the State. The territ ry covered by R
these papers will be larger than that tl
covered by any other paper in South 0
Carolina, and the future shouldhe 'a
TiE State in its new dress is an itit- V
provement. It is the fin't ewtvpaper 1
in the State to use the t'.pe-muting
machinei and will undoubtedly demon
strate their complete success. The
paper possesbcs ttue qualitits which go
to make a great tiewspaptr and we
wibh it all sutca-s.
"Brought on us by incn who in tinics P
like these squally a
Are boot-licking our fes like one 0
W. EI. Brawley. d
'Give us men like McLaur in, Talbert f
and Shell, e
Latimer, Strait and e'en Murray did r
Some obscure weinius iii Daringto, r
a correspondeut of the Cotton Plant, s
has uncoawciously reached the sublime 9
in this cffusion. It were foolish to
notice such a piece were it niot for' the
deplor'ible spirit exhibited by a great i
many oftour people to iinube in lhbel.
FoJr hone-ty c.f piurpose a mnl gets i.e
credit amronig hmi opptene;.t%. ik'awley I
-is not a silvei ite. Murr ay i ; conSe- rI
quently a preference is expr esd even
for a negre. The Sta.te needs purging.
.THE Columbia Journal suggests the
formation of a Young Metn's Demo
cratie Club in that city and gives in I
support of its proposition reasons
*which are readily apparent to all who
have'seen what an imnportan~t po-ilions
such a club occupies both in State and
inudniCipal politics. Columbia should
get snggestions from Wiinnelforc in
this -mat ter. *Herdwe. have one of the
best .prganizatious of that kind in t he t
State-. An erganizttion that ntot only1
is an important factor but virtually
.holds the power in municipal matters.
-At -least two of its memabers are repre
sented upon the town council, and
that push and pluck characteristic of
yondg business meni is apparent in the
act ions of that body.. The formation.
of such a club should be the duty of
every live place, and once jormied its
continuance is an assured thing. I
THE niajority in the .Senate should
force a vote on the repeal bill in some
'way. Cloture is hardly advisable, if
an other and less extreme measure is
possible,- but if this is net possible, then
let it be cloture. We mustnt4df
how well this same - ,niity to stop,
debate stood th#-miunority during the e
debateoAae Force Bill. Still if the [5
va Senators insist upon wearing out
the country and themselves with their
. tiresome talk and delaying indefinitely c
the accomplishment of the purpose for U
which Congress was assembled then
It now appears that Stewart and one e
or two other fanatics who real'y knew t
ittle about and cares less for "aena
torial courtesy." Keep up this effort
to delay a vote. The Democratic party it
is going to suffer for these delays, I
w~'u prompt action is what is de
manded of' them. In both houses t
they have control. Let them use it, S
and at once. If there is a possibility c
for a milder course, cloture should not P'
be applied. If not let them apply it i
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-*
ward for any case of Catarrh that can- a
cot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Core. 0
F. J. CRENEY, & Co., Props., Tld,0
We the undersigned have known P
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and "
believes hi a perfectly honrable in all se
business transactions and financially u
able to carry out any obligation made S
by their firm.P
WEST & TRUAx, Wholesale Druggists,
Toledo, 0. I
WA LDING, KfINNAN & hMARVIN, Whole- i
sale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood tc
and miucot's surfaces ot the system. I
Price 75c. per battles. Sold by all a
Druggists. Testimonials free. *
.Neuralgic Fersons w
And those troubled with nervousness resulting cg
from care or overwork will be relieved by taking
Brown's Ir'on Bitters. ;enun fa
Highest of all in Leavening Powe
IZIDGEWAY, S. C., September 21.
our last comunicatiOn, we stated
at R. A. Meares, Esq., had been
acted principal of the graded school
this place. Upon the refusal of
r. Meares to accept, a meeting was
led, resulting in the election of
of. W.-A. Seabrook. Mr. Seabrook
nes with firm testimonials from
aitlemen well qualified to judge of
s fitness for the position. We un
mrstand he holds a diploma from that
me honored institution, the South
rolina College, from whose walls
te gone forth some of Carolina's
ost gifted sons. With a diploma
in that institution, endorsed by
Lh gentlemen as Dr. Jas. Carlisle,
W. Boyd, Rev. Mr. Hodges and
rof. Clinkscales, together with some
enty or twenty-five years experience
"teaching the young idea to shoot,"
cked by the school trustees, both
blic and private, (we say private)
cause at the meeting four of the
siness men of the place, viz., W. H.
uf, C. P. Wray, W. B. Hogan, and
H. Browne, were elected to assist
e public trustees in the management
E the school, success must follow.
e certainly congratulate the parents
0' children in having secured the
evices of an experienced teacher and
worthy and full qualified assistant.
r7e hear the school will open on the
t of October and continue for ten
ionths. So mote it be. Prof. Sea
rook was here the past week. The
riter had not the pleasure of meeting
im, but hopes to have this pleasure
the near future.
In order to make tl school a suc
ss, it will be necessary for the pa
its to back the teachcrs. If all will
l together, it is bound to succeed,
ad with a No. 1 school, the town will
f course increase in population, pro
ided the owners of real estate will
ispose of building lots at reasonable
gures, or, if unwilling to sell, will
rect buildings for rent, and rent at
asonable rates. There is a tendency
nyway to leave the country and move
' the towns, in order that the children
iay have the advantage of ten months
hooling, instead of three, which as a
eneral ru'e the country children have
put up with, which every parent
nws, amounts to almost nothing
e hope the day is not far distant
hen the people in eccry conmunity,
Il see the inmportance of supplement
g the pnblic fund by private contra
tions, or leg injg a special tax, in
rder th'at the country schools mayv
nt longer and the children receive
hat which is due them and which can
t be taken from them-an education.
e understand an effort will be made
levi' a special tax and enlarge the
The farmner:g are busily emp)loyed
arvesting the -ci-op left by the late
tornm. The fleecy staple is coming in
apidly but not comrmanding the price
-me-s would like. The gin whistles
m be hean d in every direction early
d late. We would be delighted to
e the horny handed sons of toil
ealize ten or twelve cents per pound
r every pound they sell.
We hope every church belonging to
e Fairfield Baptist Association, will
e represented at ~ the meeting, to be
aeld with Beulah Church Thursday
~efore the 2nd Sunday in October 189:3.
x. Y. 7.
TIS IS A DEFENSE!
The cock-and-bull story pub~ished
a the newspapers of the State and
egraphed all ~over the country from
~olumia to the eft'ect that Senator
by airived in that city the other
oining on his way bomne from Wash
ngtoni in a beastly stat e of intoxicat ion,
ad that he drew his uistol on the
jack-drivers, etc., is douotless a chts
)iece of reading for Senato.r frby's
tersnal enemies and a .Lrge majority
theAnt.s. .Jasieed, they have been
-'ir exceeding high state of glee in
his city ever since they received such
relcome news. II is of very little
mcern to them whether the facts as
bished are true or not, since it has
iforded them an excuse for abusing
b and an opportunity for saying,
[told you so." Senator Irby was
lt of town ityesterday and we have
t had tI e opportunity of seeing him,
t we believe the accusationis false
tleast as to the Senator 's arriving
aid leaving Columbia in a drunken
ndition. But dces anybody believe
at the seInsational report sent out
out Senator Irby's alleged escapade
as because ot any honest and sincere
ublic sentimnent against whiskey drink
gon the part of our public mnen?7
ro; if tbere is any grounds whatever
r the charges preferred against
enator Irby it was simply this pre
xt which afforded the anti press and
enator irby's political enzemies the
nveted opportunity of injuring him
sliticaly. As we have said above
re don't believe the report, but even
it were true, is tnere any more sin
rshame attached to Senator Irby's
ninking whiskey or .his alleged
runken condition in Columbia the
er day than the drinking of whiskey
d occasional boozei-of many othaers
lour public men? TL.e drinking of
hiskey does not seem to have branded
any of our repr'esentative men in the
st,'or to have rendered them odious
athe eyes of the very class who now
e such disgrace and shame in the
ufortunate taste for the cup whena
nator Irby is the object ofthi
Seaator Irby's pmedecessor, we be.
mve, has always drank whiskey, and
is a very sinsgular exception that we
d a man who indulges at all thati
es rot some time or other succum. !
a too free indulgence of hik- appe
e. If the charge of di unkenness
ainst Senator Irby were true we
)n't think it hardly fair to menmtion
omes of nan~y ' ther public men
ho have bee~n wbikllerinker~s and
ho dubtkss still tarry at the wine
ap, in extenuation (of Senator Irby's
ntt, if the char ge be true. But hais
l-knwn repuntion for trnthf'ulnrac
r.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
warrants us in saying that when he is a
isked by his friends as to the truthfu!- s
uess of this charge, he will admit the f
truth, let the consaquecers be what (
they may. But until we have the s
truth from his own lips w e will not I
believe the sensational report published t
against him. We will give Senator
Irby's side of the question in our next
Peter DeGraff, under sentence of
death in Winston jail, has wtitten a
poem from his prison cell. We read
it vesterday and now give our consent
to his bing hung.-Cbarlotte Obserrer.
Buckie n'a Arnica Salve*
Tiu r :-SALVE in the world for Cuts,
Braises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores. 'etter,Chepped lands, Chillilains,
Corns. a ud all Skin Eruptions, and pos.I
tively cures Piles, o: no pay required it
is guarantetd to give pe.rfect s.aisfactioD,
or monv refunded. Price :3 ents per
box. For sale by Me N, er & Co.
For Over Fifty Years.
MRs. WINSLOw'S SOOTHING SYRUP has
been used for over fifty years by millions
of mothers for their children while teeth.
in", with per feet success. It soothes the
child, sultens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind colic, and is the best remedy
for Diarrhoa. It will relieve the poor lit
tle sufferer immediately. Sold by Drug
gists in every part of the world. Twenty
five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
'Mrs. Winslow's Soothing syrup," and
take no other kind. 5- 6txiV
A recent discovery by an old
mo6nWVl by thousmids of La
ie.Is the oz W pretao
and reliable m ec sy
druggists Who ofer Inferior
nediines In place of this. Ask for COoW'S COTTON
ROOT COXIOUND take sao mubsitute orinlZ~osetlald
cents l-ptage in letter. andwe wil sea sal
by return maiL Full sealed particulars plain
envelope, to ladles only, 2 LImp
! AddW . Pond Lly Compauyo
1760. The Moak's Remedy. 1845.
A TONIC, NERVINE, BLOOD PURi
Like Cures Like.
The Poison of the Swamp has its Anti
dote in the Swamp.
For Malaria, Nervousness, Indigestion,
D3 sentery and Bowel Comp la'nt, ask
your dealer for MIONTEREY. If he
does not keep it, we will send yo:i a large
bottle,. expiess prepaid, on leceipt of $100.
.Florence, S. U., Props. and Mf rs.
. .F. W. WAGENER & CO.,
Charleston, State Agents.
B EING LOCATED NEARh THE
Government Departments are
able to give your claims better atten
tionthan attorneys located elsewhere.
Special attention given to difficult and
rejected claims. If your present at
torney does not suit you and is slow
write us. Soldiers who have lost their
discharges can obtain new ones.
Charges of desertion removed.---NG.
fee unless youge-eiion.'Advice
free. Soldiers pensioned at less than
twelve ($12) dollars per month and
suffering from disability in addition
to that named in their pension certifi
cate may obtaizj increase und1er the
new law. It is not necessary for you
to have gotten any ailments in war to
get pensioned under the new law.
Pensions for widows and children
without regard to cause of soldier's
death; for mothers and fathers who
are now dependent, whether they
were dependent on soldier when he
died or not. Pensions obtained for
service rendered in Mexican and In
dian wars. Mexican pensions can
now be increased to $12 a month.
Suspended pensions restored.
Caveats, Trade Marks, Designs, Copy
rights and all Patent business con
ducted for MODERATE FEES. In
formation and advice given to inven
tors without charge. Address
NORMAN CLAIM AGENCY,
Box 167, Washington, D. C.
Norfolk Oysters and Fresh Salt
Water Fish. at
F. W. HABENICHT'S.
Fancy Cream Cheese, New York
Dairy Cheese and Imported Swiss
F. W. HABENICH T'S.
Thurber's Almita, Rio and No.
34 Roasted, Good Java and Rio
Green Coffees, at
F. W. HABENICHT'S.
Fine Large Head Cabbage,
Potatoes and Onions, at
F. W. HABNTMC-T'S.
tE YOU GOING TO THE WO LD'S f
If so, see that your ticket reads via
ncinnati and it e '. 11. J -). and
orson-:he acknowleiged "Woild's T
The only line out. of Cincitiati C011
cting % i h E. TV. V. & G. and Q.& r
train No. 2, arriving Cincinnati
30 r. :. A solid train carrying M
rough sleepers from Jaeksonville, 'r
avannah, Birmingham, Atlanta, Chat- e
mooga, Macon and New Orleans via
.T. V. & G., Q. & C., C. 11. & D.
nd Motion Route to Chicago.
You can stop over in Cincinnati if
our ticket ieads via the C. H. & D.
nd the Monon Route, by depositing
ame with the Merebantib and Mann
acturerb' Associatioi, Chamber of
omnerce Building, corner of Fourth
,nd Vine Streets, one block from
ountain Square (the C. 11. & D.
icket office is in the same building).
his enables you to visit the pictur
sque "Queen City" at no additional
:ost, and special efforts will be made
o entertain strangers hospitably and
The universal verdict of the travel
ng public is that the Pullman Safety
Vestibuled trains, running every day,
land Sunday too," via the C. 11. & D,
d Monon, between Cincinnati, In.
ianapolis and Chicago, are without
loubt the "jinest on earth." These
rains were especially built by the
ulman Company for this service,
and embrace every improvement.
rheir magnificent coaches, luxurious
smeking cars, superb sleepers, obser
ation cars, compartment sleeping
ears and unexcelled dining car service,
afford "all the comforts ot home."
Leaving Cincinnati you pass through
the beauiTlul Miami Valley, and for
twenty-five miles the doub'e tracks
run through the very front door yards
of the finest subnrban homes in the
country. Bevond Hamilton and up to
Ifdianalpolis,'the line is noted for its
A -top over at Indianapolis, the
capital of la diana: may b? obtained by
depoiting your ticket with the Secre
tary of the Commercial Club. This
citV i, mtore worthy of a v.sit than
alminost any other of its size in the
Wett, and iaf-rs the greatest induce
ments to traveller and tourist. Be
ween LndianaPolis and Chicago the
line traverses the ver v best agricultural
ad c .timercial territory, and the
ride is one of unpmralleled comfn t and
Bear :ni mind tiat the C. 1. & U.
ai d N.oon Rate train,- ll rim va
Bruisale Crus-ing, from which ipuitit
the Illinois Central subniban truits
run direct to the World's Fair Grounds
every monetit. At Englewood con
neetlon is made with the electaic 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 the
heart of the city and from which all
street car lines converge, then go di
rectly by car or tab to you- hotel or
boardin'g place. First locate vonrself;
know where and hiw you are to live
white ini Lhicago. Get the locality
firmly tixed in y our~ nind, before
~iii to, the Wo.-ld's Fair by any of
i'h numerous cotnvenient ways; the
cabe cars, electric roads, elevated
railroad, Illinois Centra! Ii. R., su
burbant ttr ains antd the steamboats
aff ad amnpe accomnmodationls for all
possible vi~itors, and it is but five
minutes ride from the business portion
of the city to the grounds. Take your
breakfast down town, buy your lunch
at the grounds, and take your supper
dowt town. If you follow these
sugestionms yo will save money.
The facilities for serving lunch at the
World's Fair Grounds are extraordi
nary atd 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
toundittg and stupendous spectacle
ever attempted by any people, ard a
dv's visit will afford more delight
and instruction than can possibly be
obtained inm -:my -o:her way or by the
same expenditure of money. For
further particulars, descriptive pam
phlets, rates, etc., address
E A. IIOOVER,
General Advertising Agent C. H. &
D. R. it., No. 200 W. .Fourth St.,
Cincinnati, 0. '
IAS SOLVED THlE SIL fKQUES
-1N la on iTEREST OF
This is a good harvest itself.
Never intd the last storn.
If your rheumatism hut ts you, or
your cons (not corn) trouble you,
you can relieve either fr 5c. to 75c. at
the Dug Store of
W E IIAVE OPENED IN TIlE
store -room formerty 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 in stock HARNESS,
BRIDLES, SADDLES, &c., of
every description that will be
sold to snit the times. We
in ill also carry on our
LIVERY, FEED, SALE &
n rear of the store, and shall be pleased
:o see our friends and customers, and
we p~romiise to give them value for
E~Stab~es kept open day aund night.
HALL & CRAWFORD
WINNSBORO, S. C.
FOR SURVEYING, TERRACING,
Leveling, Drawing, Etc.,
T. M, BOUL WARE,
SALEM, N. C.
IE OLDEST FEMLE COLLEGE in the SOM C
The 92nd Annual Session begins SEP
EMBER 5, 1893. Register for last year S
;2. Special features: THE DEVELOP
ENT oF HEALTH, CHARACTER AND IN
ELLEcT. Buildings thoroughly remod
lied. Fully equipped Preparatory, Col
giate and Post Graduate Departments,
esides first-class schools in Music, ART,
,ANGUAGEs, ELOCUTION, COMMERCIAL
ND INDusTnrAL STUDIES.
8_1 JOHN r CLE WELL, Principal.
DAVIDSON, N. C.
F IFTY-SEVENTH YEAR BEGINS
SEPTEMBER 14, 1893.
ren (10) Professors and Instiuctors.
All the usual branches taught.
Junior and Senior Studies Elective.
Chemical and Physical Laboratories.
Gymnastics, Game,, Aquatic Sports,
Social Culture, and Voca! Music receive
Y. M. C. A. unsurpassed.
Send for Catalogue.
J. D. bl]EAMEH,
W. L DOUGLAS
93 SHOE Nonia
Doyu wear them? When next y aeedtraipai
- Best In the world.
. D 08ies
2.50 . 2.05
If yoo want aine DRESS SH0E, made latbe latmt
styles, doWt pay $6 to $8, try my A $3.50,$4.00oer
$5 Shoe. They fit equal to custom made and look ad
do so by purchasing W. L. Douglas Shoes. Name ad
price stamped on the bottom, look for it wheeyoe buy
W.,.DOUGLAS. Brockton, Xass. Sold b7
Q.D.WILLIFOl\D & CO..Winnsboro,S.C.
W. J. JOHNSON, Ridgeway, S. C
IciASTER & CO.
CALL ATTENTION TO A FINE*
Tablets, Note Books,
School Books, Slates, &c.
Also to their supply of Oils, liz.:
Train, Neatsfoot, Lard, Machinme,
Sperm, Red and White Kerosene,
Olive, Castor and Black
Buggy and House Paints.
Lucerne, Barley and Rye Seeds.
Large Sizes ef Double Thick
and Common Window Glass.
Wrpping Paper and Paper Bags at
low prices to merchantts.
We offer one ton Cotton
Seed Meal for Three Hun
dred 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.
We have a nice line of
which we offer cheaper for
cash or fall payment. WXe
are agents for the
and offer them cheap. Give
us a call before you pur
chase a buggy or
W. R. Doty & Co.
Coffins, Caskets and Burial Cases
A LL sizes, qualities and prices, for
sale at the old stand, J. M.
Efliott's Gin Shop. All orders night
or day promptly executed. Grateful
for past patronage and solicitous for
the future. J. M. ELLIOTT, SR.
'URVEYING DONE AND.SOLICIT
ed byEDGAR TRAPP,
MY STOCK OF CLOTHING IS
>mplete, consisting of Man's, Boys'
nd Children's Clothing, and will be
>ld at prices to suit the hard times.
I HAVE a FULL LINE of SHOE
for Men, Boys, Children and Lach
Do not forget to look at my stock
Shoes. I have them at all prices.
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS!.
I HAVE A NICE STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Notions and Gents' Fur
nishing Goods. Give me a call before
W. i. WILLIFORD.
GCranc1 )iplay of
-HATS AND BONNETS
ON SETMBER 2 22. AD 23
STYLES AND PRICES GUARANTEED,
ALL CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEN
Thanking our friends for past favors,
Yours most truly,
A. MACDONALD & C
BLACKSTOCK, S. U. I
JA& I. CARISLEL
Wofflord - College,
Wo~od WCol geNeeesary expenses for ane
For Catalogue addret,
8-1 heeFAtSUy of
UNTIL YOU HEAR FRCM
WE ARE SELLING TIRE CELEBRATED)
We sell them for c ash, on the instalment plan, or on time until nextfa
As we want everybody to hare a W HEELER k WILSON N'o. 9, s'e w
trade for i our old machine. Or if you hive a new .pne- ths :a. o la'y.
one that miakes as much fass as a steam engine, let as know ,.and we will
i ofat our advice to 3 on i :
Trade that '--e' eof thine
~heeler & ilson No. 9.
Ta HI.KETCHIN & C.
OQ[8 AND flAT
A LARGE SUPPLY
* THE COMMODIOUS SCOLBOS
Dwelling now o~cupedLTE,
by Mr. W. H. Williford PESIKf
is offered for sale or rent. I at vrtig-edda
Possession January 1, sho nti ue
1894. Apply to
ULYSSE . DESLATES., PE
That we carry a full line of
PURE DRUGS and are
selling at prices to suit
. the hard times.
Thle Peoples Bank, SOilCA&OL COLEE
COLUMBIA, S. C. -
WINNSBORO, S. C' e onbinSetmr hTie
Des atel ilB ulw1118. lcal etc. Necesay xpnsfrmR35
Bly alt Sells Eni% or futer informatipn addem ,ihe
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ment Inteest entered up on the first of ond sinSvrDEA TAIL NOTICE.
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