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WINNSBORO, S. C.
Thurs lay. August 9. ;
The Colletion "Idea Stands.
Tillman had said that any man, who
opposed the Colleton plan after it had
)?eaadopted by the Reform Execu ire
Committee, was a traitor t) leform.
The plan, however, is so unpopular
with the great macs of Rtefirners that
Chairman Sligh called a meeting of his
committee to recon-ider the maticr
This neC:inig was held lat Tueniay
night, and fte:- a lorg d3bate the con
mittee refuised to change is ond r-.
It scens that the Evans ai- a;e
great ftiends of the platn, and the
Elleibe, Tindal and Pope men are
strongly against it; and w% e believe
that the people are against any _,inch
scheme to defleat the polular will.
'twent v-nine muembe rs of the commit
tee wet e present and this s!m!all nuin
ber of men practically dictate how the
Governor shall be selected. lYe do
not know what effect this scheme to
force a nominee upon the Democratic
party may bare upon the Reformers
themselves, but as for the 32,000 Con
serratives in the State, we believe that
they will have noihing whatever to do
with the primaries this year. The
latter may content themselves to de
line to have anything whatever to do 1
ith politics, but they will hardiv be
willinzg to hatve a ticket fixed :o: them
anid be torced to vote for it. We hear
a great deal of talk about the t~ajo ity
of the white people of thia State must
tn:e. The Colleton '-idea'' is wholy'
at t arianmce with such a ptrii.ciple. Ina l
the first place, the nomintee will obtainm
_______ -- his uninf~ationI by n' e.e'cioral re:ege
syvstemn. T1he tnan wl~ receives the
smalleet vote in a he conventiotn, tray (
be the cho'ce of the matjortity of the c
It is possibte that a mitnot l) of the
liefotmers and the Conaservatives may
favor the same mani tfor Governor, and 1
together they may constitute a very
large majority ot the white people of
this State. If we are to have a white
man's government, give us the proper
systemn to reach it. Of one thinig, the
minority may rest as-tured, and that iE.
that the majority of whites will not
i.:g tamely suabmit t' suc'a tinlfairnezss
atd injustice. I. i, i:. t' et the rule ofi
ai rinig, atnd suchl a boiai, we;-ranze
ring has ntever before hei t nktno'va ini
this State. In its ret y bc-t ;.pect, it
is equiva'ent to the formation of a new
party, making its ;nminations sepa
rately and inde'endently of the Dem
ucratie mnachitnery, and only gets a
D~eunocratic natme by offering the
party's nominee to the Democratic]
ITE MS FROM WKCE~iEE.
The hand of a kind Pr'ovidene : has
been raised over our land and ou':
people are promised to he rewa: ded
ten fold for their toll. A'l ove:' this
land, where the devasat'ng ef-ecls of
the many disas ars of las yea: were
felt, the fa.-mers sorely passed through.
experiences, it would seem, sufficiently
app:lling to paralyze the energies and1
crush the spirits of the most hopeful,
yet the watch cry scems to have been,
ever upward and onward, just over
yonder there is an abundant harvest,
and unless there comes some unlooked
for damage on the promising fields,
"there shall come a rejoicing, bringrg
in the eheaves."
With an appreciative zest, all seem
to feel a living reality of their sur
roundings, and manifest them by an
almost unbroken chain of social indul
gence seemingly with that fee~iwg of
"peace and good will toward all men"
and it is a scene calculated to arrouse
the cheerless soul from its g'oom and
dispehl the shadows from the most
clouded brow to see them as they pass
from one place of enjoyment to
another with the merry, cneerful acd
happy faces of the pretty girls ard gal
lant young men. The young I tople
feel a deep ase of obligation to those
"who have passed beyond the vale?"
for their services ini promoting their
pleasures, most prominent of whom
are Mrs. N. A. Pcaiy and Mrs. James
P'ickett. What treasures to the young
people are such ladies as Mr's. Peay
and Mrs. Pickett. Thue home of the
latter presented a picture on the even
ing of tbe first inst. that we shall at
tempt to paint from memory, but feel
sure that there will be nothing over
drawn since there were many attrac
tions that would have escaped the eyes
of a mnuch more observant one than
the writer. We arrived late in the
evening, after the guests had all come,
and found af ter contributing our shere
to the number that the place was fully
alive with the presence of the young
fols catting merrily mara.and find
ing, after aivtg t that tie f. ir
sex wa largelyin exccss. ; va lya o
lnat '.here was onh. rom for A 'V
others, aind we werw soon re l
the recality of being one of the o
when we found ourself u 11,C iic id
of the smiles of several vou *'g lad'es.
when we becamie l-st in :he~t presceWC
to all thirrs else, ande will le've Ithe'
picturC unttli-;ied; but neryoi a- it
dwells on things of the at! . I" 1pau-e
to linger here The next yfoum
the party on the bi:ksof t t -:a ba P
at thE' Pagan Island wb. e :!-cy wIel
prepared and equi oed t( ,jov a I
nic and tish fry. 'i hre 'entine i me;c
on the gronads ear'yo fi-h for
the dinner. and soon the supply wa,
suffi-ient to meet the v-'iss of iOw
crowd, when it was de<'de-l il-at te
entire party should be ! :V ferred to
the opposite shore; wh'ch proved t-)
be quite an underat'irf s -ice the soat
was ve -y indifferea.. O-e young
fellow, who see.ned 'o th 1) h'mse'f
something of an adebt Ps a boa -n-n.
undertook to land t':e fi b( -t o- d1,
and was hopefal of a sure rd safe
landing, untt:1 wt'n a few feet of the
opposite bank, she .k bo cim.
The poor fellow was doomed, for '
his efforts to land b's "pret'oo; C -:go"
a foot slipped, at-d out h3 went bai k
ward in'o the wa;-r, with 's eves to
ward Heaven, lcol-irg in the fave of
his best girl, who , ,sumed thauli me
of mouth, eyes and hai-s -1 ''mes of
dis:;ress and cr:cd "Come up L*-:ley",
but Charley's feet reemed :o be a lit'le
cumbersome about th's ime ad it v as
a desj ra'e st': g'e be't he fiialy
a-ose "an.d had no vg mo e to Sty.'
We symp-tb'zed ve.*y much w'P t he
lad, but we ia'led to tal:e alorg an
extra pair of pa 13. Tie :er'dnder
of the lad'cs were L )at'cd tc:-ess with
out further a -ident, a-:d f:'aly ('l
ne- was ,inounccd, wlIh c)w,'s.cd
of both" f; icd a id . -wed fish, N :h a
few dainties uc..a ed by ti- ladi. .
With the e:: 1p jn of C! 'ey a'l
se-!med u eni.',.Y :4 "2ni i:.. 'w
over, the your ; i- who 4d pc
most of the dav 1 *n'., I -red w' .1
th'eir fr'r p-- e: some smt.
grove on the i' 1 te" IV 'hey co '1d
discus3 v':cee va ios ] tile noi
that are - i v- re i"r': wIhou wiln,
there i no b': :'ne, with no 'errs c'
being heard. T,'s 'a!d ii a very a:
tractive pla v. where *he ia:1c aid
h1orses run at n' I", a l -d on the
paste 'oze t',at 's 'o nben Iat' iw
rass w. ch n. '.e- a e e net oL'
Jeau "int'.en. ' 11 w.s oiee
incullivat on. ba t - sneP
Jeen abeI-do 1ed fr r.lpr
oses. We 11o. t.at oni
vas ever ce' Va h e, A we hear
hat there wr some s >vered by
omne of the p.- y ';ab mcd >have
;prung up spon:.:lOu, (1 : 'i oc
assaon mh pei -et c : e for
man's" app-el. T' s specr' well T
or the :er~" ,ty of the so'i, w'ch .'l
loubtless commend it 3 real estate
geus, and may be I'- r., of a
)Com ;.I tl-e ' m'Mu11 y.
Ate': tee even'r- waZ .' - -nt the
:rowd re --o - d n .var aid we -t
eo'r'f Mwr d home. C te
!,at' >::(. o_' !be- gen vm n -:.-,; d S
und all we:-e well we' at:1 one~ o :..e i
uimb-e came ou1. v' t'. "b~g l:p -ta
lidnt -p~penu i a l-~d erocughi to
trd b's paror 's sl-oe heel. wiho
ond'ed iWs foot a t'e awkfvardly ini
T: e ,ifatit daW,-IYer of .\ r.ad
*d inzst. .rit harT.MW,:a ' -
'olesa ~i untUom, , 'L% 'e4 i I lif.e
ur-ende-:ed ii d "''u - - . ees ia
eath. HiavI!f o.- - I 'n lhe guest
f the home, we l-' "'d '>kn'w -he
WeC one1. who-) e b. ' h.. 1:i.'et 4 e wa-,
Ver raat w-' 'eS , w.h 1 ecatll
ie !'tt-e darlitng 0> our mt> y, a
e wr. te, and wo suppr e- tile un
iddn'l 'ear. PLIe
How's This !
We ofl~a rUOe Hlundr.. 1xo.lars Re
rard for any cae ot Gttarch that can
ot be cured by Ilali's Ca' :rrh: Cme.
F. J. CiIENEY & t o , Props.,
T[oh do, 0.
We, the undersigned, have kt.o ;vn
P. 1. Ch ney for thle ht-! I- yv ars,a and
elievec himn perfectly hon'-l -in all
>USineCss iranlac: ion nrtid :3:aI cial y
ble to carr i u :a11 y obimn..s: ~.I n madec
ists, Tol.,edo. ().
WAmurx;,K tx.aN & M.xnavis., \\ hai.
ale Di'uggists, Toledo, 0.
Ihails C atarrh Cure is ta ken inter
ally, acting~ directly upon the blood
nd mnucou< surnacts o- the systeir.
rice 75c. per bottle. Sl by all
)ruggists. Te'stimonia~s free. *
Twuo ives~ Saved.
Mrzs. Pihn'c1 Thoas o' f .Juntcion I ity,
I., wvas tond " hr doc(tis she4 had Cod
unl: ,,titn ii tiat 1:c~e was nio ho'pe fo'r
er, butt two ho'e iof Dr Kin'z's Ne'w
ays it saved hele \Mr. Tho<. Eggers,
SFloriua :t ,i Sa Frei:.e..s suieiAu
Om a dtreadfu' e ih approa atan Co. -
um~rption,. triedl without result evrlim
Ise trlin boug ht one~ I ,ide of D~r. rng; a
~ew 1)nscove'rv andi ii two week~s wn'
'red. lIe is mnaturrdiy thankin!. It is
uch resuits. of whlcht these5 nrit mp! s
hat prove th-' wondeiirful ' en"a' of this
uediine in Coughs and Coh .t' Free t rial
yOr Jes at M1c~4asters &~' Co's Dr. Sor:..
.:eltar sIize 5ic, and $i.Ot0.
A~la., wi ites: "I iru'ehe t i ottles
>t' von:'Ja.unere -P'e I- e fronm Mir.
Anzi Godden. und it rhr i e' : cured
me of a case of Pii s' e ':. e'rs stand
g:wil.l advi-e n' -W .0 Io usi
Winnsboro Drug i otr". *L
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria,
For Over Fifty Tenrs
Mus. WNsLow'sS SooTTU~ Si u!* has
been used for over iirty yea:s b-- uillions
Af mothiers for tieir childrent wi tee~th
in-, with pet feet sut~cs It soCtnes the
Thild. softens te g'ums, allays a P p.am,
3ures wind col ic, a is~ the be'st remi('dy
Or D.iarrha. It witll reli.ve the poor lii
t~e sufferer inunecdiat'ly. Sol 1 l, Dru
Irists in e'very ''t. of the worl. l wt.1
are cetts a 'ttlf e. t re aind ask for
''Mrs. Winslow's So'fthIing syrunp." anid
ake no othier kid. 5--i tj1
When Baby was sick, we zav'e her C' oria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Cit oria.
When she becamne Miss, she c!un;; to Cast oria.
when she bad Childrhen, she gave thema Ca-toria
DR. DAVID AIKENI
Office :No, ' Wda-Ii..n:o >: rit, . Dor
W\e-t of Pot(ni:-.
ilyPI, Ind.:ewayv. S. C. every We&"bIl!
T HIXRTY years' obaervatio:
millions of persons, permi
It is unquestionably the _
the world has ever known.
gives them health. It will si
something which is absolutel
Castoria destroys Worme
Castoria allays Feverishb
Castoria prevents vomiti:
Castoria cures Diarrhema
Castoria relieves Teethi:
Castoria cures Constipat
gastoria neutralizes the effects p
Castoria does not contain morphi
Castoria assimilates the food,
giving hesathy and natural s]
Castoria isput up in one-size be
Don't allow any one to sell youJ
that it is "just as good" and
See that you get C-A-S-T
Children Cry for
BUCK1HEAD LOCA LA.
Sa i :r>, . C , August 3.-Cror
iave inproved veiry inuch since th
:II. n( if the Seasons coune. (1
N" have ;u-e for rejoice
Caiit. T. W. Lvleo ik somvewiat in
)rved in hc'Ith: also Mrs. C. Ladtd.
The memb o's o Rock Creek Chin:
we expectiug a visit from their forimt
tasor, Rev. J. R. A 'kc-, the for -t
unday in Ar,.:at. Ile w'11 ass'
lv. B. P. Eats ;-I aseriesof Imecting
t that tirne. We hope good congrc
ations i wl -reet them.
We eetainh- -';ss tile f-ait !b
Unm111er. II :ye ( or11 liieo:14 of i
ior gan:O't. N.M-im:r1.
A CUPI9ES CLULAION.
'oundi thc We.rid 206 Times
kaniiimii~iis* 2nad a curiot
;king.:y o th ha . -: s
-u a.uW o. .:(f M: yeai
eblood as i b :h the heart
own a distan miles, whici
n continuous~ a. . . rach aroun
oworld 20; i
eeping ini 'i :-ta'nt strain
eheart, and ta- aa uideration th
se it recei-e i~soe-e xertion, alc<
oi and other :-:~cL:. iit any- wond4
hat it finally l'ecem*.csafctd, refusesi
form its wori:.~ :md ecuse death? TI
etcan be read!. umiertood that one2
r has a wealk 'im ::- -'l e imiportance
rting that org~'m a.. w,, as its affected col
tion is in the sia tet e;ree mnanifeste<
eader, if youi h.-e a'::y reason whatevt
rbelieving your ifft tei be affected, yo
hud attend to -' atoce. Do not hes
ae. Many peraans~ wh'lie madenly of th
iorder haave new-- :. .-: its presene
Joseph Boody. Pir-'t . writes: "Thri
eas ago 1 began to i.a * - ," - in breathin
pitation of 11 ' a I s : ::v limbs at
dk~es were bad~ :--.'-:' .. :el ans said
old not live a wel I bc-m i:n:g D~r. Mile
y HetCure; thi.,t ts c~reaty relievt
and, although i*e~ v . n:'- the sever
ethat I arm c. ne w i :n. ( heerially recot
end this remedIv"
While sufferir's fr:.m a severe attack of hea
liease, and expecting to die, physicians havi
>frded mre rio relief, I was iniduced t, buy sor
fDr. Miles' New Ihear t Cure. Every dose lift
eright up, and it seems as though it wou:
aost raise the dead. I would willingly fillt
w Heart Cure bottles with gold for the magn>
et remedy they contain, if I? could not get the
nother terms."--S. A . Ilull, Franklin, . Y..
For 20 years I vwas seriously troubled w.
hert disease and nervous prostration, _the lati
cting the sciatic nerve of my left side. D1
gthat time I was treatedl by many promine
hysicians, and sent hundreds of dlol~ars awi
rmedicines, all of which failed. Recently
bean using Pr. 3Mites' New Heart Cure, and
oV entirely free from my old complaints.'
Gorge J. Barry, Park City. rtah.
Dr. Miles' New Ileart Cure is sold on a pC
ie guarantee by all druggists, or by Dr. M~I
Mdical Co., Eikhart. lnd., ont receipt of pri
Clper bottle. '-ix bottles $5. express prepaid.
ositey Contains neither opiates nor danger(
dugs. Ie b~ook at druggists, or by mail.
Sold by V S.\-i1 )lR( TB
1ugi e. um..ls.. .y nd
bxe to cure rny co:: - * 127
Wit:-bioro, S5. (.
0o an i1c l d Bail 4
C11!R E . . Fetfe nepiain
RI BO RAIM GO, fltlanta, Ga
and Ch idre.
of Castoria with the patronage of
tnus to speak of it without guessing.
est remedy for Infants and Children
It is harmless. Children like it. It
ve their lives. In it Mothers have
y safe and practically perfect as a
g Sour Curd.
and Wind Colic. t
on and Flatulenoy.
f carbonic acid gas or poisonous air.
ne, opium, or other narcotic property.
regulates the stomach and bowels,
tles only. It is not sold in bulk.
nything else on the plea or promise
will answer every purpose."
is on every
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO.
Zondens'l (c.:l.. n El~eet Aug. 1n0t. .94.
Trains run by 7 th, Meridlan Eastern Time.
Northbound. No.3X No. 36 No.10
D aiy Aily Daily
Lv. J7acks.onvillie. 7.00 :,m 4.:'0 pm ....
Lv. 'avanna d1145 am V. pm ..........
A. Columba..... 4.15 pmf '*.101m.....
Lv vha leson . . ;5a .0p ..... s
LA . I jn' ..... 1.: 0 1. .. . .... . p
, J.. r l1 i k - .. '. : 'm . .. .. .4 p
Ar C um:-M .... i.:n 1m ...... .. 1.:.5 pm
L -. '* dm0 i i . . a.- m 3.') Limt ::.O) am
-- C :-r.... 7.0 i pn 5 . m ":.15 am
I ~~i~.~n1 - :n No. '4 No. 9.
Southbound.t i -i pi 1- 0 Daly aiy
- .....~~O 4.: pin 1.15 m n
-- Phldli a.. b. 5 J" 55' p.m -
SL'i.Csr~Ott... .in 10.50J p.m1 10.50I p.m
E - ock Hill..- 10-2 '- 1.211 i.m~P~l 11.3. p.m
- Chester. ... 10.5 a.ml .4 I 1 2.14 n't
-..W.nn............ ..a.m..1,.6 a.m 1.8l~
- A r. Columiii ..-- - 1-5 n' ..1 .13 21.m 1 15 a.m
er L v.Colutmbi...l 1-0: P-m... .... 4.50 a.m
".Johnsonsl' . . .. .45 p.m.--..-----..1. . m
-Treniton . .''l p-. -'-.-'''''."'" a.m
- -GrainiL ::h-. : . p.m .---.------ .05 a.mn
1$ Ar. Augusta.... 4.0)2 p m .. : . 4-> a
. v.Columina 4 A. p.m ,6..O a.m 1. ..
ArCharlest.... .4 p. ..'..3 .....
Lv.Colui'mbi' .. 12. p.m 1.25 .m. .....
ArSavanna. ... 4.30 p.m1 5.3: a.ru ......
-- a Jak-..n ll. .3 11.m 1I 0.10 aL.m . ...
SLEEP'iING CA It SERV[I.
O'n t'ains Nos.:15 anud :;. Great U. S Fast
-Maitl. Punllman '.leepinx' Cars het wv:n New \'ori
Columblia and JaLckonvlleC.
rOn Nos. 35. and 3G;. I) andi 10. Fuillman 5leepers
bet ween Charlotte andi AmL~tust.
aOn Trainls Nos. 37 and 38S. \V;djingl on and
Bd Southwesternl Vestil'.e:1 Limited. Pulllmian
idSleeping Cars betweeni Washmxwton andt Augus
beai. New York and Jacksonille and Tampa.
For detailed informnationi local and t nrough
time tables, rates and Pullman Sleeping-car
reservtion,. confer with local agenits or address
r Gen- 1 Pass t As."'t <'n Pas" Ag t
r-W~snIsu'r'. D. I. A'rrANTrA. GA.
t W - I;- R YlH-, supt.. Cnti-M mIA. S. C.
Ns ONE CAN OF FINE SELECTEDI
cI. CREAM TARTANR
For family use, at
ANND SALE SABLES.
I havxe six Young Mules
le ovecr and three or four'
phg0 a feW good Mares anrd
smni ce Di iing HoIrses.
Wil be soh! to suit the times.
El ' pay i i. the h iet cash,
WVinnsboro, S. C.
U~~ li~DONE AN N' WT
', ,-l..,.. ..nninllZ S .:
..3-0 IO CEMENT-.
N 1: 1S.
HA " No n bym :Kn n Oa vy:1 -rath
\ ~ N 1j J, N K.' L
f: i- p ii4n on 2 n W .1n
AI-4,: u j to ;I - I' I-'
.i i' I at d . - r:111ar i'.
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FoE lI:l EPI,.EN T.\T, N, E
The 1inune WiW finiI l . T il A i3.\
.jj11Tr.'llELL~j he -rlnln t iml for'
to ~ ~ -, Na !IIxQ
e G.ra! .\ o i y:Pt I j I
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it1l1h : 'C 'I'14'1 tI 4 m'4 ! l~ n :.
4 t,! Io flit'~-' '\I I
n1n., 4. i; w .
Le .taeou ne~aa s G t.W. J.
411:i0.\ around his lorla'r lip rv
u '!y hwe h i 1 !: ' : i n
m. re-elei111 to tt.o Nou.- :o pr
tvvs C lpt. J l m ' bl! .itl e
inii for the heumi, albi b: e O u:v ed l
I .;- prsru-'t 4te1m1 '1h1oth co nIei hi;
te favo'rabIle tni hrIin0 t:-voe
fFa.irfield Coutnay. . bj - to ti :v-tion
f he I iv Iie pum:: rwes.
T W -' Y :itEEK.
F1 il SCHC1! O. C M ;' 1 . E .
>rt Ite etion to i ne ("f4l.1 fs) l m
I r of F1tinh-id C4unty: sulbject to
hie ct iOC 1 thi : I: - .
A. Y. ILLING.
fr. W..\ L. Jr.. t m h i f r
chro! C mo~sm r eare Itflly pcr
trailcdi th:.t 3M r. IH1.t!! willnaI -: n ifli
li.. H e is . a
''l'.-s in .i4:! 'h'1 ib m .:h Counti___.
d Ei.4l :lhist w t h d cto a
*~~ FE!N D,.
I443 .1h candi- I
ate for the g odee o :hol Commispione r
I Fairield. Couny s to h a-o
FO R J UDG;E O F PROUBAT'rE.
hreby annonne mys b' ut a caod
ate for re election to thll 00i,-Ie of Jtu( 'e
I Probate, of Fairsield County, sbett
f Dehociaie Preuary.
tins Bugies" mafa
1 N Nd T h:oa at Yor
yuIle, Sia.e C.? What:r.-.
\Vrespe t': hm u a t e i' tr :ed--c
hat fore;: harce th --~ alen
uni Tst a-re : ab - t"4' h . V i o
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