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WINNSBORO, S. C.
Satarday. February 9. 1s5
THE Hawaiian question Is settled at
last. It is about the only thing that
Congress has settled. Now that it has
not got that question to talk about,
will it settle the inancial question?
THE Repablicans say in their plat
form that they do want to overthrow
white supremacy, that all they want
as far as State afiairs are concerned is
to secure to themselves the right to
vote for the best white citizens. How
long will they be contented with this?
It is just about time the opponents of
the "Ring," Conservatives and Re
formers, were getting together, and
-set matters right in this State.
Tax President of the aliatice, Mr.
W. D. Evans, has issued a call for a
state c-invention to meet in Clumbia
on the 19th inst. to consider the
question of fertilizer- suppiles for the
- -crop this year. This question has re
ceived considerable attention in
several counties already. A number
of county meetings have been held,
and a great deal of discussion has
been the result. The farmers say that
they cannot afford to pay a big price
for fertilizers at the low price or
cotton, and they desire to have some
agreement among themselves that, will
bind them not to buy unless they can
get their supply at a price consistent
with the price of cotton. These county
meetings are very good, but one or
two counties can do nothing by them
selves. A State Convention may In
Tax Income Tax Law may not af
fect many individuals in the South,
but it will hit a great many corpora
tions. It applies to all corporations
no matter how created and organized,
except to Stafes, counjies, munici
palities, those conducted solely for
"charitable, religious or educational
purposes," including fraternal bene
ficiary societies operating upon the
lodge system and providing for the
payment of life, sick, accidents and
other benefit to the members of such
societies, and bai'ding and loan as
.socistions which make loans only to
their shareholders, and such corpora
tions as have no sha'-eholders except
depositors and no capital except de
posits and allow no one depositor
more than ten thousand dollar's. These
are the principal exceptiens.
THE "Ring" Executive Committee,
although it has no autherity to do so
as it admits itself, proposes to have a
general primary to choose delegates
to thie consti4etioal convention. The
- approval. The truth i- that thejpeple
know too well that this same~ power
that inven~ted the scheme to defeat
Ellerbe and Tindal and elect John
Gary Evans. -Mr. Irby, the chairman
of the committee, is at the very head
and centre of abe "Ring," in fact he is
the ring master. It is somewhat sig
nificant that at this very meeting
Tillman and Evans had seats alongside
of Irby. We are forced to believe that
it is simply another scheme of Tillman,
Irby, Evans & Co. to hold themselves
masters of the situation. We can't
help looking with suspicion upon every
thing they do. We prefer to join the
"Forty." The breaking of the "Ring"
must be done by those not in it.
FATAL AFFRAY IN CHrARLESTON.
CHARLESTON, s. C., Feb. 7.-Theo.
A. Williams, proprietor of a dairy,
and a negro named Richardson,
emptied revolvers at each other today.
Williams -was shot in the abdomen
and will die. The negro was slightly
W. T. Allen, representing himself
to be a commercial traveler for U. F.
Smith &; Co. ot New York, was ar
rested today charged with stealing a
horse and buggy from the livery stable
of James McAllister.
A Quarter Century Test.
For a quarter of a century Dr King's
New Discove~y has been tested, and the
millions who have received beenfit from
its use testify to its wonderful curative
powers in all diseases of Throat, Chest
and Lanngs. A remedy that has stood the
test so long and that has given so univer
sal satisfaction is no experiment. Each
bottle is positively guaranteed to give
relief, or the money will be refunded. It
is admitted to be the most reliable for
Conghs and Colds. Trial bottle Free at
McMaster & Co.'s drug store. Large size
C'ases of 40 years' standing where
operations have failed have been cured
by Japnnese Pile Cure. Winnsboro
Drng Store. *
The importance of a higher standard
>f scholarship, as well as an increase
in the number of schools, and exten
sion of the annual scholastic term,
(especially in the country schools) is
quite obvious to all who feel interested
ia the cause of education.
The most discouraging feature in
Southern education at present is th,
utter want of adjustment or system
This whole question has an impor
tance with regard to both economy
and efficiency extending far beyond
the limits of the subject here assigned.
True teachers are continuous learn
ers and as this is an age of progress,
to keep step with the times, teachers
should meet with other members of
the profession, to exchange ideas; else
they will not have that power in their
school-rooms and communities that
they should commard. In the dull
routine of work they are apt to be
come disheartened; to lose sight of
the nobility of their profession. Hence
the importance of punctual attendance
upon all literary meetings to it them
for such an important work and se
cure the best results in developing the
mind of the young.
Thoughts shut up want air, and
spoil, like bales unopened to the sun.
Had thought been all sweet speech
had been denied;
Speech! thoughts canal;
Speech! thoughts criterion too.
Thoughts in the mine may come
forth gold or dross;
Thought, too, delivered is the more
Teaching, we learn, and giving we
retain the births of intellect.
Speech ventilates our intellectual
fire; speech burnishes our mental
magazine; brightens for ornament
and whets for use.
'Tis thought's exchange, which ke
the alternate push of waves conflictig
breaks the learned scum and defecates
tOe students standing pool.
The public is quick to perceive
whether or not a teacher is an earnesi
p-ofessional, or a car!rze time-se ve-:.
The school officials and teachers should
stvive to secure the hear;y co-operatior
of the patrons of the respeci lve schooh
in order to accomplish the oblect it
The idea of allowing those of the
pupils of our county, who are finan
cially unable to attend private schools
only an annual attendance of three
months, is quite repu'gnant to the miu
of a true philantbronist.
- Helplessness and~ thriftlessness re
cruit the ranks of the vicious and de
praed, mock the effo.ts of both phi
lanthropy and criminal law to sup
press them, and we find eurselvei
face to face with the solemn fact tha
if there is no hope in our school ther
is no hope anywhere. Morality shouli
be considered a prominent charac:er
istic in our schools also. The faulti
of the scholar will be imputed to th<
Seneca is reproached and his fame
still suffers for the vices of Nero.
(Miss) HrI E. KuxsBDT.
Ridgeway, S. C.
has cured lady 7 years afficted; conki
not wald half a mile in the last three
years; now walks any distance."*
W. W. Price, who was for severa:
years the efficient local reporter foi
the Greenville .Newes, afterward man
aging editor of the L'olumbia Journal
and later local editor of the ColumbiE
Register, has bought the Cleveland
Progress, of Cleveland, Ga., a flourish
ing weekly, and has taken charge of it
Mr. Price was one of the brightesi
and most trusted newspaper men it
South Carolina. His reports of the
meetings during the exciting campaigr
in this State last year attracted much
attention by their ability and were
universally commended for their fair
ness and thoroughness. He will be a
loss to the journalism of the State, bul
will make a success of his new ven
ture as he has all the equipment and
qualification to command success.
Mr. Price in reporting the State
$mpaign meetings impressed all who
were in a position to judge that his
reports were fair and impartial. We
wish him well in his new firm. -
Canl Issued for a Coumnty Meeting Undei
the Forty's Plan.
MauroNr, S. C , Feb. 7.-The follow
ing call has beer. i'iued:
To the Democracy of Marion County:
Having seen the address issued by the
executive committee of the "Forty,'
in which they call upon all white
Democrats to unite in their efforts tc
secure a non-partisan conistitutionial
convention, we desire to express out
approval of the spirit of this call, and
de bereby call upon all person whc
agree with us to meet in the curi
house at Marion, S. C., on Saturday:
Macch 2, at 12 e'rclock in., for the pur.
pose of selecting delegates to the State
convention to be held in Columbia oz
the following Wednesday, March 6
J. W. Johnson, W. J. Montgomery,
E. B. Berry, C. G. Bass, D. McIntyre,
J. D. McLucas, W. L. He sitt, J. E.
Ellerbe, T. F. Stackhouse, J. D.
Montgomery, John C. Sellers, R. P.
lamer, Jr., T. B. Stackhouse, S. W.
Smith, S. D. Lane, J. .G. lHaselden,
S. G. Miles, C. A. Woods, W. Mf.
STATE OF Orno, T rT OF TOLEDO,
JFXaNK J. CHENET makes oath rhaJ
he is the senior partner of the firm of
F. J. CHENEY & Co., doing business
in the City of Toledo, County and
State aforesaid, and ibat said firm
will pay the sum of ONE H UNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every case of
CATaRRH that cannot be cured by the
use of HALL's CATARRU! CURE.
FnANK J. CEENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6;h day of Deem
her, A. D. 1886.
[sAL] A. W. GLEAsON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
nd acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, frec.
F. J. CHENET & Co., Toledo, 0.
ISold by D~ruitgists, 75c.
Adam MdFadden, a bad negro,
has been arrested, charged with rob
bing WV. R. Davie, Jr., of $700 on the
roa to anafornd recently.
for Infants a
Bateman's Drops, Godfrey's
mos remedies for chbildren are
Do Ye Know that opiumand moryl
Do Yo now thain an ostountrie
Ihout laeung them posonsI
Do You Know that you should not
unle you or your physician know of what It
Do You Know that Castoria is a pa
It Ingrediente is published with every bottle
Do You Know that Ca:torlals the p
at ithas been in use for nearly thirty yes
of au other reaeli for children oombined I
Do You Know that the Patent O
other counties, bae hsoed exclusiv rght I
aOsatia" and its fomua, and that to I
Do You Know that one of the reo
baum Castd shed been prometo be abs
Do Toa new that SI aveag
een* tsoo 6Wn a dose I
Do You Know that when poUesUd
be kept well, and that you may have unbrok
Childrdn Cry for i
Is it a Crime to Sell Liquor to Boys?
The Lookout says that ihe Suprem
Courts of Indiana recently awardet
damages to he parents of a boy wh4
was drow when intoxicated. The,
sued the saloon keeper who had soli
liquor to their son; and the court de
cid- d that the dealer, having violate(
the w forbidding the sale of liquo
to m nors had committed "an active
aggressive wrong, a violation of th
criminal law." A few verdicts 0:
this kina will bring a new sense o:
caution to' t'e average saloon keeper
On or close about the greed shut
ters in front of every saloon in thi
city you will find a placard somethin,
Ike tbis: "No person urder the ag
of 21 is allow. in this bar." This i
only one of c'e thousand deception
practised by those who are in the busi
ness. It is nothing more than a sham
Mothers, don't believe that your ho:
is not wanted in a saloon. Don
trust to the lame legislation of you
State for his safety, and, though yo
may sue and get a few paltry .dollari
you have not gotten damages, if you
son has been lowered to a drunkard
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
Baetson's Arnu :s salve.
THE BEsT SALYh in the Wvorlei for Cun
Bruises Sores, U.ict rs, Salt Rhe-am, Fey.
Sores,1'letter,Chiepped 11u ds, Chilklain
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and pas
ively cures Piles, u so pay required.I
is gzuaranteed to giv.- perfect ,atisfacru
.rm~onev refnnded. 'rice 23 -auty te
ax ifor sal- by s": 'ver & C"
When flaby was ulek, we gave her Cairta,
when she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
we be a CSdre,hegave tham Ca~s.
.e....B9otanic Blood lBalm..
Eczema. Eting and preadinn Sores Erpions.
from the prescription of an eminent physician
who used It with marvelous success for 4o years.
and Its continued use for fifteen years by thou
sends of grateful people has demonstrated that
It Is by far the best building up Tonic and Blood
Purifier ever offered to the world. It makes new
rich blood, and possesses almost miraculous
WF WRiTE FOR BOOK OP WONDERFUL.
CURES, sentfree on application.
If not kept by your local drugglst, send $rao
for a large bottle, or $5-co for six bottles. and
medicine will be sent freIght paid by
BLOOD BIItM G0., tlanta, Ga.
Has sustained its reputation for 18 years e
as -being the standard remedy for the *
uikand rmanent cure of Rhetxma- 4
It is endorsed by thouz'mds of .Physl- +
clans, Publishers and Patients. it is e.
ourely vegetable and builds~ tp from the .
frtde.It never fails totc.re. 4
Price is one dollar a bottle, or sic re
bottles for five dollars. Our 40-page P'ain- 4
* phlet sent Free by Mail. .Address, '
2Durang's Rheumatic RBelli e.:
I1316 L Street,Wasington, D.C.
Daarang's Lisver Pillare the b'eut ret
eat h. They act ttb an ease thiLat ads
thei.i a hiousehold blessing.
rPIcE ss Crs. PZE DOZ, or 5 20 tr "'.
:ron sA.. l27 DniUoCZ..E
JACOBS' PH ARMACY CO.,
Wholesale Agents, At tanta, (.
DR. E. C. JETER,
Physician and Surgeon.
Offers his professional services to tie
people of Fairfield.
Postoflice addres4, Jenkinsville, S. O.
F OR SURVEYING, TEERACNG
Leveling, Drawing, Etc.,
T. Mf, BOULWARE,
7-.t+ly. Wandwnarddit &
You Know at 2-1-1.
Ordl imny so-caled Soothing Syrups, and
composed of opium or morphine
In are stupefyig narcotic poisons I
druggists are not permitted to sell narUoMTk
permit any medicine to be given yor Ch
s composed ?
y uegetable preparation, and that a list of
ccription of the famous Dr. Samuel Ptcher.
, and that moe Castoria is now sold than
e Department of ft United State and of
oDr. Pitcherandlalnsa touseth-wui
"itate them is a state prison offens I
as for granting this government rOtCM W"
i doses of astoia are furnished foe 35
of this perfect prepartio, yor c& MW
For Over Fifty Years
B M3. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING STMUP .h
been used for over fifty years by milio
of mothers for their chiidren while teet
ing, with perfect success. It soothes t
r ed'd, softens the gums, allays all pai
I cures wInd, colic, and is the best reme4
- for Diarrhcea. It will relieve the poor 1
I tle sufferer immediately. Sold -by Dru
r gists in every part of the world. 'rwent
five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask I
"Mrs. Wialow's Soothing Syrup," a
. ke no other kind. 5-26tzxl
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castori
:lE 00MaILTiED SUICID
The Cause and Its Lesson.
Why did he commit suicide ? Oh !
the smresnthat thousands of others i
on te vrgeof he amesin, or in imia
diate danger of -insanity, paralysis, idio<
or some other eually unfortunate result
any nervous afection. IHe knew he ,
afflicted with a ~nrvous dsrer, but s
come ; or he'may have lessened his chani
for recovery by treating with physicia
who had little or no kn nvledge of such:
fetions, or by delugin. iimself with wort
jless so-called remedies. liis case was a a
rone, but no worse than that of any oth
nervous sufferer, who has nervous or si
,headache, biliousness, dizziness, irritabilii
melancholy, failing memory, hot flash'
fainting, sleeplessness, nervous dyspeps
sexual debility, epilepsy, etc. The same
similar conseqlences are likely to result
any one who lias any of these advas
symptoms of an awful end. Do not hesiti
in getting rid of them by intelligent trei
ment. Dr. Franklin Miles, the celebrat
specialist, has studied nervous diseases ov
20 years, and has discovered the only
liable cn:iv f.>r them. Thousands of ve
untary testimonials p rove the virtues of I
Alonso Barker,of Clinton, N. Y., writes:
was so afflicted with extreme nervousness ii
I was on the verge oflinsanty. Myhands tre
.bled so that I could scarcely feed myeLI ut
twelve bottles of Dr. Miles' Retrtve Nervli
and was cured. Itisa withipleasure I recommse
this wonderful remedy for nervous tobles.
headache until I beg, about four months 5
o use Dr. Miles' Restorative Norvine and l
since which time I have not had a headae]
Several of my friends are using Dr. Miles' Re
edes, and find them, as I did, to be more th
yclaim for them"-Mrs. Mary Kister, I
. HCwell, editocre rlb e, Pmuh
many yer'standing by the use of Dr. Xil
Bestortv Nervine. She has recommended it
her friends, and teyl pras It highly.
byteDr. Miles M eia Co.,kat lnd.,
reept of price, 31 per bottle, six bottles for
eres rpad. It Is pstivlyfre frm opl
N cents. Free book at druggists, or by mall.
Sold by WINNSBORO DRUG STOR
means so much more than'
you imagine-serious and'
fatal diseases result from'
trifling ailments neglected.'
Don't play with Nature's'
and genal en
have no appetite
ad can't wor,
ters. A few bot
B itters e frm h
uta nd '
Pleasant to take.~
Dyspepsla, Kidney and U~ve
Contiatlon, Bad Blood
Gtoly the genuine-it has crossed red
lines on the wrapper. All others are sub-I
will send st of Tn Beautiful Wod' I
IM. R2 DAVIE, JR.,
Brokers, Commission Merohants and
ROCK HILL S. C.
Is GIVEN TO
id aflCf!,and SuppljinR
CUT PRICE SALEa'.
In spite of five-cent cotton and the ready-to-die feeling of people generally,
we sold stacks of goods in 1894; but as we failed to get rich, we want to sell
more in 189K. To get a good start and prepare for Spring we will, for the
NEXT SIXTY DAYS, sell at
+++ CUT PRIGES I
The first item is Dress Goods, which we offerat New York wholesale priee
with nothing added for freight or expense. We have a good assortment, ana
it will pay you to see them, and bring the cash with you.
Big Bargains in Flannels, Shawls, Bal Skirts, Underwear.
Large lot of Jeans, Kerseys, etc., for men's wear, at factory prices.
We have a grea ni:any lots in ils department offering at first cot-aP at
cu, irics. Now istiav titime to .uv.
The best bargains in iuen's HalE weever saw. We have a man's Felt Stiff
Rat at 75c-good style and cheap at double the price.
We are anxious for trade and want you to come tosee us. We claim to
Good Quality and Low Prices.
We are grateful for the liberal patronage of last year and will endeavor to
make it to the interest of the public-to give us a larger patronage in 189.
Good value, honest dealing, polite attention to all are the rules that guide us.
CALDWELL & RUFF.
All parties indebted to us must make arrange
ment for immediate settlement. We must have the
money, or paper satifactorily secured. Having de
cided to go into a new business it is absolutely neces
sary that our business here be closed, up at onde.
All parties owing us will be given a reasonabletime
to settle; after that all unpaid notes or accounts due
us will be placed in suit.
T. I. KETCHIN & CO
A NEW SUPPLY OF Christmas
Combining Numerous WE ARE NOW
Points of Merit. Open~ing up our line of Holiday Goods
_____________and ask every body to call and see them.
ALTT KINDS OF NOVELTIES.
C fepes WndMos.oua Books for the old and young. Pres
for Widows.ents for everybody, and somne things
_____________very nice for the, young people. The
prices will surprise you. Don't fail to
Byfrprofit, keep up, to CHEAP!
date and get the best. A new set. T-yArLCHASO- BEP
supply of We have a large linecof Teilet Goods
- suitable for presents-Colognes, Er
WINDOW-POLES tracts,. soaps, Brushes, sponges,
Chamois Skins, &c.
as low as can be bought in LMS ap.Te ilg ey -
Columbia and Augusta. SaveLMS.cep
your express charges.
LAAll kind Glssargn, JlyDsand,
Bowls, Tumblers, &c. All must go at i.
prices to suit hard times.
~We are still closing out our line ot
1023 School Books at cost. Give us a call.
T*~I HAVE * Winboro Drug Stor.
Just received a nice line of . If You Want to Know How
H OLDIAY GOODS, Good Buggies are Made,
Our seat frames are n~sde.of white 2
Jewelry, Watches and Chains, ash, thoroughly glued together at cora-.f
Solid Silver and:Plated Wares. ers and a syirmetrical skirt cut on
-Albo- Panels are made oval by arranging.
the machine with a special rig we have
gotten up, so that when the seat is
China Platesl Cups and finished it presents a convex surface,
thus causing the varnish to show to
Saucers, good advantage, and giving the vehicle -
(bothgold biand and plain.) a handsome appearance. Feats are
thoroughly ironed to a pttern s-o thiat
they are all alike, and s and tops
are interchangeable. The avantage
Vass; c.,of this is that if you have oneW-f our
Va~e~,&C3 Jbuggies and want a cushion, ba., or
top n e cat send y ou one to fit. Pane
Which can be bought as cheap for are made of Blae Ridge .Mountaim
CasH hiere as anywhere else, quality poplar. .
of goods taken into ezidera'ion Our seats are made by Mr:.Cicero
Perhaps I can suit YOU. Call w Moore with a comnpetenit corps of as
and see. sistants.
We proudly challenge the world to
com'pare seat,s with us.
C. MV! Chandler~ r. W.- M- Patrick, of Woodward,
* has recently accepted the agency for
our product in his vicinity, and sill
3-31-ly be pleased to explainsto you the merits
of the "PREMIUM CAROLINA
FINE STOCK FOR SALE I BUGGY."
A T A BARGAIN. LD 1 ii fI('V (L
~NE FDTE THORoUGH BRED, REG I1Ji1A LUU
Guernsey Bull, . Yorkville, S. C.
three years old. He has a very marked 7-10.1y
record, and any community wishilng to________________
weltoget hi.Cl at this offie ford pa DR. DAVID AIKEN,
SURVEYING DONE AND SOLICIT Ofie:N,9Ws oh n tet . r
EDGA TRA'P WEIn Ridgeway, 5. C., every Wedntes