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WINNSBORO, S. C.
Satirday. September 15. 18U
MR. CROF's argument has the rin
of liberty in it.
A NEw dispensary has been opene
at St. George's. Governor Tillma
must know that Justice Gary is goin
to stand to him in his opinion.
Mn. BoyD , of counsel for the State
said in his argument before the SU
premo Court the o her day, that th
principle of the act of ?92 and th
)rincipl!e. underlying the act of '9
were-:denrtical, and that if the Cour
did not overrule the McCullough cast
the '90 act must be declared uncoi
stiintioinl If this is so, hasn't GoN
ernor Tillman done an nlawful act I
reopening the dispensaries.
Tim State Constitution and th
United States Constitution secure
the citizen against "Lunreasonabl
tearches." If a constable merely b;
displaying a badge of office can e
into depots and seize trunks, boxes
etc., and break them open, simply bE
cause he suspects they contain whiskey
is not an "unreasonable search", w
would like to know what would cou
stitute an "unreasonable search" witi
in the meaning of the constitution.
Tus argument has closed in th
Supreme Court touching the consti
tutionality of the Dispensary Act a
1893. We are anxious for the poin
to be settled, but it should not be don
in haste, however. If the highes
Court in the land should decide it t
good citizens to obey it. If the bul:
of public sentiment sustains it after
wards it will remain a law: if not
sooner or later it will be repealed
Let it have the test of time and practi
cal working at any rate.
THE Sugar planters whlo .ave left th
Democratic party and jo)ined the t
publican shou!d alarm nobody. The
ought never to have been in the Demc
cratic party, for they did Hot belong I
its faith. They are Republic.mns an
always hare been Republicans. The
believe in protection and this is a itt
publican doctrinme. The sooner th
Democratic party- ' weeded of thi
kind of elemert thIe <>oner will wv
have genuirne~ad hoi~ s: ariff retorri
The protection Democa s ,re to blam
for the un'satisfactory u rii bill juz
passed by Congress, and whieneve
they can be driven from the~ party w
shall have a straight anrd squlare bAtIt
of tariff for r-eveniue only, and it wil
win too. The sugar p'atters wanrt<
one law ter New England and anzothe
for themnselves. TLoi< i< riot Dem'
cr-atic and thtey cannfot have it fr<.r
die part y. The proper l1ace fo tla e
is in the liepublican rank-.
A Substitute for Cotton.
Mr. II II. Fe rguson, of Chicago, ha
wr'tlen Governor '1 illmuan with refer
ence to beet culture ini South Carolin;
for the purpose of making sugar. 1l1
thinks the sail of South Carolina, fror
lIorry c muity as high up as Lancaster
will suit admirably for the purpose
We will grow all the beets he wantsi
he will futrnish the marLet. Mr. Clan.
Spreckles, a former Charlestonian,
made millions on sugar made from~
beetai. We hope somre good will resul
from the corresp)ondenice between Mr
Fergusoun arid the Governor. Thi
Governor has- answered him Ill oi0
the matter and we would certainly fee
hopeful of substantial imiproverment in
the farming interest if some divers.it
of crop~s was successfully put on toot
Deafness cannot be Cured
by local applicationis, as they cannoi
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cture Deaf
ness, and that is by constitutiornal
remedies. Deafntess is caused by an~
inflamed corndii of the muco:rs' lini
ing of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube gets inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing,
and when it is entirely closed Deaf
ness is the result, and uniless the infia
mationi carn be taken out and this tube
be restored to its normial condition.
hearing will be destroyed for-ever;
nine cases out of ten are car sed by
catarrh, which is nothing but an in
tiamned condition of the mucous suir
We will give One IHundr-ed Dolars
for- any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by Haills
Catari-l Cture. Send for cir-cular-s, free.
F. J. CU1ENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0.
fl' Sold by Dr-uggists, 7->c.'*
CIVIL BUSINESS BEFOREF COURT.
Calendar No. 1.
A. G. Bookman vs. R. 11. Jennings
and 11. L. Elliott, for recovery of land.
Ihenry L. Parr vs. M. F. Murphy,
recovery of land.
II. A. Caillard and 0. W. Buchanan
vs. It. S. Desportes and A. F. Ruff,
act*' for relief.
Crus WV. Ilunter v!. A. F. Ruff,
rec:>verv of land.
Il. A. Gaillard and 0. W. BuliaiINan
vs. A. F. Ruiff recovery of land.
W. C. Beaty vs. Ellison, Sheriff, and
H1ali & Crawford, recovery of cotton
D. P. Croiby vs. I[. A. Stevenson,
action on note.
Mary A. Gilmore, administratrix of
E. D. Gilmore, vs. J. B Walker, ac
tion for relief.
Charles D. Chappell vs. M. E.
Swygert, action for relief.
Samuel T. Clowney vs. Margaret
M. Clowney, recovery of land and
St. Paul Baptist Church vs. Paul
Wright and others.
Calendar No. 2.
Giles J. Patterson vs. Henry Cole
man, foreclosure of mortgage.
Hattie S. Brooks vs. Stephen Gibson,
S. Henry Gibson vs. Stephen Gib
son, same cause.
Mary A. Chambers vs. W. C. Book
man, 0. W. Buchanan and the Geo.
ogia Chemical Works, foreclosure of
W. S. Hall, trustee, vs. U. G. Des
F. W. Wagener & co. vs U. G. Des
portes et al., foreclosure of mortgage.
Calvin Brice, survivor, vs. Magie
A. Brice et al., foreclosure.
t Calvin Br:ce, for self and as sur
vivor, vs. Maggie A. Brice, equitable
I- 1. jH. ennings, administrator, vs.
Bernetta Robertson, equitable relief. ft
Edwin J italb, trustee, ct al., vs.
M. V Patterson and James A. Brice, f
gassig.Ae, on acciunting rents and pro
James B. Fraser vs Ella II. Blair,
action for relief.
F. C. Lupo vs. Carrie S. Lupo, ac- 1r
tion for relief.
J. U. and F. M. Gladden vs. Lucy C
A. Killer, action for relief.
Jesse Beam vs. Thomas Weir et al , i
action for relief.
Ella Stewart vs. P. M. Spence, exe- I
cutor, action on dower. u
SDavid Y. Timms vs. Geo. Timms,
administrator, et al., acdounting and 5
t The Peoples Bank vs. Adam Jack- A
eson et al., foreclosure.
t Wade II. Macfie vs. James Macfie 3
> et al., partitionl of lands.
E ministrator, action for relief.
-N. Tinmuan vs. WV. T. Me !eekin ; (
, appeal case.
.C. W. McCreery- vs Sallie D). Me- e
-Connell et al., foreclosure of mort
C. A. Douglass and O. W. uchanan a
vs. Mary A. Bookmnan et al., action
for re ief.(
SHenry L. Parr vs. S. U. & Colum
bia railroad, appe'al case.f
SEd. Goings vs. Hattie Seabrook and
SIda Goings, partitioni of property. a
~J. E McDonald and Chuarles A. u
Douglass vs. Wmn. S. Gibson et ail,
partition and accaunting.
SJ. K. Johnson vs. .Jno. R. Craig, o
Sassignee, action for relief.
Daniel IHemphhill and Paul Hemp- e
Shill, executors, vs. Ed. D. Mobley,
foreclosure of mortgage.
Ex pat Mar F. Cooper, action }
Sfor s.le. s1
SLaura Mc' ants vs. -alvin Brice and
Jno. S. Douglass et al., action for
R*i. II. Jennings, clerk, vs. Julia R.
Robertson and Nathan Cook, fore
closure of mortgage- b
Ridgeway Savings & Loan Associa- tl
tion vs. L. A. Davis, action for relief. tI
M. J. Aiken vs. J1. E. McDonald & n
C. A. Dougla-s, exec utors, action for
-Charles TV Brooks, guardian, vs. hi
s ayne .\ic~eekin. as~ executor, et al.,
1Laura F. Wooten vs. Mary L. Fair- k
banks, action for relief. d
Gi C. IHagood vs. 0. B. Boney, ap-s
W. J. .Johnuson vs. Sallie P. Kelly I
et al., action for relief. b
Jno P. Matthews vs. Kittie Ros
borough et al., action for relief. h
J1.o. B. Ross v*s. A M. Black, action a~
f or relief.
Martha TU. Mob'.y, executrix, vs
Angelimia II. Mayfield et al., action
for relief. fiu
Glenn WV. Rlagsdale vs. the Winns-F
boro National Bank, action for relief. rc
4. harles W. Witte 'us. Orin F. Witte ~
et al , foreclosure of mortgage.w
IR. 11. Jennings, ('lcerk, vs. Henry L. Co
Parr, recovery of land. is
JEU.Sloan & Son vs. J. Henry sa
Jteare a'., foreclosure of mnort
McIonald, Dougzlass & Obear vs.
M. IR ( lamp and A. F. Ruff & Co,
forecloiure of nmortgage. b
Rt. HI Jenning-,( C.Ierk, vs. E. Sct
Douglass, foreclosure of mortgage. in
Jno. R1 Lumpkin et al., vs. Ed. L.
Lumpkin, trustee, for. relief. for
W. R. D~oty & Co vs. WV. J. Hlaynes, tle
J. F. McMaster vs. Frank Leitner, tal
foreclosure of miortgage.
Marv J. Dat~in vs. Samuel C,.
Godshell, rr e e ry f land. C
C. A. D~ouglas am:i U. W . Rtagsdale pie
vs. Fran :is Steec, foreclosure of mort- gi
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher'
and Children. It contains neit
other Narcotic substance. It
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee
Millions of Mothers. Castoria c
feverishness. Castoria prevej
cures Diarrhoea and Wind
teething troubles, cures con
Castoria assimilates the foo
and bowels, giving healthy
toria is the Children's Panaci
" Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Da. G. C. OsooD,
Castoria Is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not I
far distant when mothers will consider the real t
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stend of thevariousquack nostrumswhich are r
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium, I
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful I
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Da. J. F. KINCHELoE,
The Centaur Company, 17 MW
0. W. Buchanan vs. C. W. Droom, ]
(alvio Brice vs. Thomas Walker,
'eclosure of mortgage.
Calvin Brice v;. Reuben Harrison,
-eclosure of mortgage.
Calvin Brice :nd Jno. S. Douglass
.. Reuben l!airison, foreclosur" of a
J13 U . Cr ", tisuu
0o R%. CrJiasignee, vS. Robert
G. W. W hite vs. W. F. O'Neal, P
W. R. Doty & ('o. v. F. M. Mob
- anda S. lt. Jo!n1Qton1, foreciosure of a
00 rgage. t
The Ura.dley F'ertiizer Co. vs. B. B3.
The Globe iPhos~phate Co. vs. J. U. t
T1he Globe i'hrsphate (o. v . J. G
atinI, suit on niote.
Thle C'.un~,oi: l.nfosphta'e Cr. vs.
Filunie (I:stke vs. .a,:. t. 1 lerring t
I ,* :i'. ' . fo; re lief.C
F.xch~ue 11. .r f :he-ter vs Th'le
l. ). Wilifrd, '-uit in ope n accoun lt. '
JotinL A. I'iabertsoni v-.J. E. Mc
a W. i1. D)i & .'o.. forCcessure of
chIvii" :a l b e- n : .J o
le :al.\.J. Eenhly, forleel4neure
( eoria~i Chemi-al Wo~LI''rk - vs. L-i w
1C MartinI, 1oreeiosure of ,iortglge.
Rev. U. S. Stringfield, o1 W akefield,
C., salyo: "ive boxes of Japaneseji
'le Cut e cured mec after 12 years' P
andin.'' Winnisboro D~rug Sture. *
QTAL SIIOOTING AT CHESTER.L
newal of a Fuaed Restults .ia the Mortal Y
Woundin-: of .John Gl'adden. c
L'MESTERI, s, C., Sept- 13.--. John
addeni was fatally shot this mnornting
Mr-. Smiith Dat-oy. T1hese two genI
mentav been lc enecmies for- the Iast
ce mon)tths. It seemst thtat about11 1 .o
mthtts ago Mr-. Gliaddent and Mr.
arbv fell out about a woman, antd ini
fight Dar-by shot Gladden twice int
eg.e Gladden has been c-ontined to -
sbed until this veek, and ]ast tI
iht he walked up to 1)ar1by's house,E
the aid of crutches, and asked ti
arby to come out, saying he would it
l hitr, Dat-by refused1 to open his $
or- anad Gladden leitt, sayinig, with ei
veal oaths, that he would see him Y'
aiu in thbe morning. This mornitng
went back to Darby's house, when
rby shot him t wice with a double
rreri shotgun anid once with a pistol,
Ithree shots taking effect. Gladden
still livintg, but ther-e is no hopes of
recovery. Dar by came in at once
d surenderecd to the sheriff.
e the World's Fair for Fifteeni Cents.
Upon the ieeipt of ycur address arnd|
teen Cents in postage stamps, we wili
ll you prepaid our SOEvENIn PORT- N
L OF THE WORLD'S CoLU~'nuAN Ex-f
mIToN the regular prize is Fifty cents,
as we want you to have one, we make
price nominal. You will find it a ti
rk of art and a thing to be prized. It Cl
otains full page views of the great Pr
idigs, with descriptions of same, and pa
executed in highest style of art. If not &
isfied with it, after you get it, we will fot
md the stamrs and let you keep theR
I. E. B3UCKLEN & CO., Chicago, Ill. U
For Over Fifty Tears
ns. WINsLow's SOOTHING SYRUP' has
a8 u-ed for over fifty years by millions
mothers for their children while teeth
w ith pei feet sutccess. I t soothtes the
d, softens the gus allays all pain,
-s wind eolic. and! is the best reinedy- ']
Diatroa. It will relieve the poor-lit- OC
uferer immetltdiaLtely. Sold by Drug
~sin every part of the world. Trwenty-- Fu
cents a bonttle. De- sure and ask foir
rs. Winslow's~ soothinig Syiup," and
eno other kind. 5-:26f xly Me
weak, ut-sing tnotheirs gain str-ength.
flesh uintg Johns~on's Compound
Liver Oil. IRich in fat food. E
asant to take and1 easily digested, R
it tC 't to ,am. 8,11( 1 RE
prescription for Infants
icr Opium, Morphine nor
is a harmless substitute
Syrups, and Castor Oil.
is thirty years' use by
estroys Worms and allays
ts vomiting Sour Curd,
Coli. Castoria relieves
stipation and flatulency.
, regulates the stomach
and natural sleep. Cas
a-the Mother's Friend.
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
recommend it as superior to any prescription
nown to me.' I. A. AUcaa, IL D.,
1i So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ient have spoken highly of their experi
ace in their outside practice with Castoria,
ud although we only have arnong our
edical supplies what is known as regular
roducts, yet we are free to confess that the
erits of Castoria has won us to look with
avor upon it."
UNIrED HosPITAL AND DIspENSART,
LLLE C. Srn. Pres.,
Tay Street, New York City.
f You Want to Know How
Good Buggies are Made,
Oar seat frames are aade of white
1, thoroughly glued together at cora
s and a sytrmetrical skirt cut on
Panels are made oval by arranging
e imachine with a special rig we have
otten n), so that when the seat is
ished it presents a convex surface,
ius caiusing the varnish to show to
ood advantage, and giving the vehicle
handsome appearatnce. teats are
iroughly ironed to a pattern s.> that
iey are all alike, and backs and tops
:e interchangeable. The advatage
this is that if you have oneof our
ggies and want a cushion, back or
p e can sand you one to tit. Panels
re mlade of Blue Ridge Non-ttain
Our seats aCre made by Mr. Cicero
[oore wt com~peten~t Corps of as
We proudly challenge the world to
> Iepare seats wit hi us.
Mr. WV. M. rea'ick, of Woodward,
as recenily aereptedl the agency for
r 1rodulcr. in he vicinity, a:wl will
e p. eased to explaini to you the :nertts
t* the "PREMiUM CA1?OLINA
Yorkville, S. C.
- is sold with wrItten
guarantee to cure
~ -~ ness,Headache and
19euralgia and Wake
(.~~&\ ~/Afulness,cau-ed by ex
erONE: A- ER -awno, softenigo
~rren ss, Ilpotency, Lost Powe in eitr xe
remature Old Age, Involuntary Losses, causedi
over-indulgence, over-exertion of the Brain and
rral Vigor and doubles the oys ofife cures
corrhea and Female Weakness. A month's treat
bx, 6 boes $. With eer -5 ordera we gie a1
rrien Cuarans to ure or refun te money
WIN NSDORO DRUG STOlmE.
Winnuboro, S. C.
oney to Loan!
Money to Loan !
HE unlderelgued havy this daty
Lformed a copartnership tunder
ie firm-name of Davis McDonald &
ouglass, for the purpose of negotia
ng loans on1 irst mortgages of farm
ig lands, in sums of not less than
300. Rate of interest low, payments
isy and time of loan not less than five
ars. For further particulars apply to
JAMES Q. DAVIS,
J. E. MCDONALD,
W. D. DOUGLASS,
Winnsboro, S. C.,
or A. E. DAVIS,
8 14 Monticello, S. C.
Newberry, S. C.
IT SESSION OPENS TUESDA, OCT OER -
OURSES leading to thle Degrees of
/ A. B. and B. S. Increased facili
s for the study of Physical Sciences?
emical and( Physical Laboratory.
eparatory department under Princi
Iship of' an experienced instructor.
peses of Session, $98 to $128. Send (
catalogue or other information to
. G. W. TIOLLAIND, Px.D.,
D., President. 8-150ct1
CHARLESTON, S. C.
'he 28th term begitns on MONDA Y,
TOBER 1, 1894.
I English Course,
Classical and Mod-rn Languages,
M~anal Training in Machine Shop, A
itary Discipline and Drill.
end for catalogue to j
V. A. TOOMER PORTER, D. D., ar
3OUTHERN RAILWAY CO.
ondensed gchedule, in Effect Aug. lst, 49d.
rains run by 75th. MerldiUa Eastern Time
Vy. Lim. I
Northbound, No. 38 No. 36 No. 10
Daily Daily Daily
. Jacksonville. 7.00 am 4.30 pm .........
v. Savannah.... 1145 am 9.35 pm ..........
r. Columbia..... 4.05 pm 2.10 am .........
~~ nr1 n.~T5i 5.30 pm.
r Columbia. U.15 am 10.10 pm..........
v. Augusta ...... ~16 -pm .-...-- T0
SGraniteville... 2.03 pm .......... 7.44 pa
" Trenton....... 2.30 pm .......... .1 pA
4 JohnStonS.. 2.45 pm .......... 8.32 pO
U Columbia. .. 4.35 pm......... 10.30 pm
v Columbia. .... 5.10 pm 340 am 3.20 an
Winnsboro ... 6.13 pm 4.25 am 4.25 a
" Chester ..... 74 pm 5.15 am 5.15 a
" Rock Hill..-. 7.40 pm 6.50 am 6.50 an
tr Charlotte. .... 5.30 pm 6.40 am 6 an
" Danville....... 12.27 n't 11.45 am 11.45
--r -i iiiih iind_ -e -20am 4.0T M 4.59 X
-r-Wiaington ..- -a1im ~ 8.30 V U E
" Baltimore.---- 8.23 am 11.35 pm 11.85 p
, hiladelphia.. 10.36 am 300 am 3.00 ;E
, New York.... 1.23 pm 6.2 am 6.23 an
ves.LimI No. 34, No. 9.
Southbound. No. 37. Daily. Daiy.
D aily. ___________________
v e .4.30 p.m 12. .......
. Philadelphia.. 6.55 pm 7.20 am..
" Baltimore.---- 9,20 p.m 9-42 &M .........
ton...!1043 .m 11.01 m . -
V.Ricfion .UnT IiIt10 0 n'
LT.Charlotte...... 9.30 a.m 10.50 pm p
" Rock Hill...... 10.20 a.m'11.37 p.m 11 pa
" Ches+er..... 10.57 a.m 12.1 nt 12.14 Ux'1
' Winn8sore .... 11.50 a.m 1.08 a.m 11.0S am
Ar.Columbia..-... 12.55 n'n 2.15 a.m 2.15 am
Lv.Columbia 1.0 p.m... - - 4.50 a.m
" Johnsons ...... 2.45 p.m ......... 7.18 am
" Trenton........ 3.03 p.m .........- - 75 a
" Graniteville.. .29 p.m -.-.--.--.. .05 a.,
Ag. Augusta....... 4.02 p'm -.-.--.--.--- .45 ax
V.Coiubib ..... -2-Ih s. -m.....
Lv.Columbia ...... p.m 1.25 a.m ........
A.Saannah. 4.30 p.m 5.30 a ........
Jacksonville. 9.35 pm.10.10 am ........
SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
On trains Nos.35 and 36. Great U. S. Fas
Mail, Pullmsp Sleeping Cars between New Yor
C and Jacksonville.
On Nobs. 35. and 36, 9 and 10, Pullman Slespe:
between Charlotte and Augusta.
On Trains Nos. 3t and 38. Wa tingon am
Southwestern Vestibuled Limited, Pullma
Sleeing Cars between Washington and Augu
ta. ew York and Jathsonville and Tamp.
For detailed information local and oug
time tables, rates and Pullman Sleepin-c
reservation, confer with local agents or ad i
W. A. TURK, S. H. HARDWICK,
Gen'l Pass Ag't Ass't Gcn'l Pass Ag't
WASHINGTON. D. C. ATLANTA, Gj
W. B. RYDER, Supt., COLUNtriA. S. C.
W. H. GREEN, J. M. CULV.
Gen'1 Ar.. Traffic Eng'r.
WASH INGTON, D. C. VASB NGTON, D.I
AND SALE SABLE
I have six Young Mule
left over and three or fou
plugs, a few good M1ares an
some nice Driving lIaIrses
Will be sold to suit the times
Will pay the highest cas]
price for all classes of cattle
either fat or poor.
Winnsboro, S. C.
Best Hlylon, isek and Gunlpowdle
Tea, Mustard, Ginge~r, Penrer an,.I
other sp'ec. Salt P'etre,
Rock C'ndv f or l.ungt Ineme :ee, Sho
Pol.is.h, Cone Fy an tzd l't-tash.
Seed Rye, Barleoy and WVhee, Crimnsoi
Clover, Rled Clover and Lucerne.
A nice assortment of Spectacles fo
old and young.
McEATER & CO.
Plenty of Turnip Seed still on hand,
DUE WEST, S. C.
)ens frrst Monday in October next.
Offers Classical and Scientific
arge and handsome building com~
pleted. Delightful climate.
ow in the 55th Year of
otal expenses for board and tuition
t"Write for catalogne.
W. M. GRIER, President.
1E undersigned will be pleased to
,serve the public. Satisfaction guar
teed in hair-cut or shave. Appreciating
st patronage, solicits it in the future.
HAVING RETURNED FROM
We are now receiving and opening our
Our buynrs have bought largely. With the largest stock
in our line in town, with many
to offer, we can give better quality and more goods for your
dollars. than you ever had before.
COME AND SEE THIS NEW STOCK.
CALDWELL & RUFF.
NEW AND STYLISH HATS.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LOT OF
->s Latest Styles. &
COME -:- &:ND -:- SEE -:- THEM.
LATEST SHAPES AND SHADES.
T. H. KETCHIN & CO.
Chicago Cottage Organ.
TilSEOR AS RE SLDEIHE FR ASIORONTiE NSAL
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