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A EWS AND llERALD Co.
W. D. DOUGLASS, Editor.
JAS. Q. DAVIs, Treasurer.
W. J. ELLIOTT, Business Manager.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Thurslay. February 14. : 1894
BE careful with your fires. Th,
fire alarm always follows the blizzard
A coLD winter means a good crop
We are thankful that these biting cok
days portend some good.
What Rave They Done I
Only about two weeks remain fo:
the present Congress to legislate. I
has been a very remarkable body. Th
Demucrats have had a majorty, anc
have had it in their power to put intc
legislation the principles of the party,
But what has it done? Practically
nothing. The only two pieces of leg
islation that will benefit the masses oj
the people to any great extent are the
tariff bill and the Income Tax Laws.
The tariff bill, though, far from satis.
factory, will unquestionably help the
people at large. The bill is very im
perfect, but still it is better than th
McKinley law. The Income Tax Law
is open to some very serious objections,
but, nevertheless, it will help the
masses of the people, because the tax
will fall largely upon the rich. We
question, however, whether or not it
is in accord with the fundamental
principles of Democracy. Its inquisi
torial feature is a very serious objec'
tion. This particular bill, too, dis
criminates against corporations. It is
not a uniform system of taxation. It
is hardly equitable that a corporation
should be required to pay the tax, al
though its profits may not be more
than a hundred dollars, simply be.
cause it is a corporation. Yet the pro
visions of the bill make this so, if the
corporation does not happen to come
within the exceptions. The South~
can tolerate this bill, because the tax
will fall upon the very class of men
who have gotten rich by the unjust
tariff laws at its expense. This, how
ever, is not a very high ground to
The Democratic party will go out
of power without having solved the
financial problem, and as this is a
burning question the people whether
justly or unjustly will hold it respon
sible for the failure, and we fear that
they will show their condemnation of
the party at the elections in 1896. Mr.
Cleveland is not infallible, of course,
but it is worth noting that what little
good Congress has done, has been
done at his suggestion. He has been
hampered all through his administra
tion by his own party, and doubtless
if the truth were all known, it might
be found out that he has kept the party
from committing many serious blun
ders. It is possible that Congress did
not know what to do with the finan
cial question, and, therefore, has done
nothing. About the wisest thinIg to
do when you don't know what to do,
Is to do nothing. This i about the
most charitable view that can be taken
of the very remarkable Congress that
will so soon pass out of existance.
The seeming inability of Congress to
come to the rescue of the Treasury re
veals a very discouraging state of
affairs. The Government unquestion
ably is in the hands of the associated
bankers, at their mercy to be treated
and handled as they choose. They
have conclusively demonstrated that,
with their vaults filled with gold, they
are more powerfeli than the govern
ment itself. They can systematically
withdraw gold from the Treasury,
and -then turn round and purchase
bonds. There can be but one end to
this kind of business-bankruptcy of
the government. The Republicans
will succeed in power; and we do not
think it so hard to predict what they
will advise to remedy the situation.
They will follow their same old
policy-more revenue. They will
claim that the government hasn't got
enough revenue to support it, and
accordingly raise the tariff. This, of
course, will enrich the rich more, and
make them still more powerful. We
see but one end to this policy. The
government will become the property
of the rich. It is rapidly becoming a
rich man's government, and a few
years more of Republican rule will
make it completely so.
The Democratic party is too hetero
geneous to be unanimousin its policies.
Unlike the Republican party, it is com
posed of diverse elements. The Re
publican party is the party of the rich
manufacturers, especially, and in
deed it is the rich man's party. This
element is confined largely to one 9
tion of the country. It is more hon
geneons than the Democratic in its cc
stituent elements, and this togetl
with its long years of accustom
power makes it aggressive-a ch
acteristic sadly lacking in its rii
The Eatstern Democrat and the Son
ern Democrat can't agree. They r
resent different people The East<
people are born Republicans, and th
can't get Republicanisms out of the
VERSES BY DR. WALLACE.
We were requested some time a
to reproduce all verses composed
Dr. John Wallace, of ii- county.
publish to-day two articles penned
r the venerble doctor. The one i
e picture of a home, the other is
doctor's home on the farm after Sh
r man had passed through and
negroes weie free.
DiR. WALLACE'S HOME.
s All alone, oh ! how sad !
I've nothing here to make me glad;
My cotton crop I'm sure can't yield
A fair return from any field.
'Tis very small, the grass is growil
I think ere long I will be mowing.
My crop of corn I am afraid
Will not make corn enough for bres
i A little worm doth penetrate,
The corn will go as sure as fate;
B These little worms are all about,
I have no doubt they'll eat me ont.
All alotne, oh! how sad !
i've nothing here to make me glad;
My cat has gone, I know Ie' I not
Return again to this pocr spot.
Each member of the feline race
Will say to her "'Tii a disgrace
r To go again t) that por place."
t The rats were plenty, but they scorr
To live with him who's scarce of co
'They left my dwelling for my neij
Where they can live without st
And stand gnawing to get in,
Oh! sad must be my empty bin.
All alone, oh! how sad !
I've nothing here to make me glad;
My house is small, 'tis always leakiz
My doors keep an unuuinal creaking
My shutters are forever banging,
My glasses broken by the banging.
I know not how much smoke I sw
I'm sure a coon would leave his h
I know I cannot long abide
In this small den where I reside;
I think I'm now in a condition
To meditate upon religion.
"HOME, SWEET HOME."
The man of ambition is always di
The mieanest, the lowest by' him a
Away with ambition, away wifb so
Cn the pleasures of home alone cc
Rome, sweet home, be it ever
Therels no place like home.
The pleasures of home are common
A heritage dear to the great and t
A neat little cottage, a wife witla
That proves there's within her tb
naught can defile;
And dear little children around t
-clean heart b,
Su.:h pleasures at home-'tis heavi
Home, sweet home, be it ever
There's no place like home.
Johnson's Tasteless Compound C
Liver Oil with hypophosphites gil'
tene te the nerves; atrengthenin
stimulating and producing healti
flesh like magic. Winnsboro Dri
A Negro Wanted in Georgia Caught Abo
Colombia by a Fairaield Posse.
A negro named Joe Averick, with
string of aliases as long as one's arr
whose chief occupation in life appea
to have been murder and other less
crimes, was tirrested near the Richlan
and Fairfielid lines Monday afterno<
and he was brought to Columbia ye
terday t0ning. He was put in ji
by Justice Troy to await regntisiti<
papers from Georgia. He killed
negr'o in Georgia and fleeing to a
other county killed a white man niami
Howard there. lie went to Savanno
and seems to have assumed no oth
disguise except a new name, and in
difficulty killed a policeman. He fit
to Colleton county, met a negro w
man fiom Fairfield there and marrit
her and lived between the two con
ties. A posse consisting of R.
Williams, Durham Broom, Dargi
Broom and Cook Broom accomplishi
the arrest. There is said to be $1,2'
reward offered for him in Georgia..
STATE OF OHIO, CrTT oF TOLEDO,
F AxK J. CNENET makes oath th
he is the senior partner of the firm
F. J. CHENEY & CO., doing busine
in the City of Toledo, Counity at
Stst.e aforesaid, and that said fir
will pay the sum of ONE H UNDRE
DOLLARS for each and every case<
CATAREN that caRmot be cured by ti
use of H ALL's CATAWnT CURE.
FRANI J. CEENE
Sworn to before mue and mubscribt
in my presence, thi; 6 h day of Deee
ber, A D. 1886.
[8EAL] A.- W. (GLEA2ON,
Hall's Catarn h Cure is taken internal
and acts directly on the blood ar
mucocs surfa ses of the system. Ser
F. J. CHENE! T Co., Toledo, (
grSold by Druggists, 75c.
Children Cry for Pitchers Catari
by Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher
e and Children. It contains nei
other Narcotic substance. It
le for Paregoric, Drops, Soothin
r- It Is Pleasant. Its guarante4
he Millions of Mothers. Castoria
feverishness. Castoria preve
cures Diarrhoa and Wind
teething troubles, cures cor
Castoria assimilates the foo
and bowels, giving healthy
toria Is the Children's Panae
J; Castia is &a excellent medicine for chil
dran. Mothrs have repeatedly told me of its 3
god effect upon their children." I
Da, G. C. OName0,
ncastes, is the best rernedy fo bldren of
which I am acquanted. Ihope the day is not I
far distant whenmothers w1iosidertherea 4
Intrest of their chidren, and use Castoria in- a
stead of thevarlousquacknsrumswhich ar j
desoying their loved ones, byforcingopum, I
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
Owns to premature graves."
D, I. F. KxoMreo,
WO Centaur Company, Tr MW
A Farewell to the Congregation.
Eli Perkins got off the following at
a lecture in Minneapolis: A Fond du
Lac preacher, worn out with trying to
get a decent living, sent in his resigna
tion. Said he: "Brothers and sisters,
gI, come to say good-by. I don't think
God loves this church very much, be
cause none of you ever die. I don't
think you love each other, because
none o you ever get married. I
don't think you love me, because you
nevec pay my salary, and your dona
tions are mouldy frnits and wormy
apples, and by their fruits ye shall
know them. Brothers, I am going
away from you to a better place. I
have been r'alled to be chaplain of the
Stillwvater Penitentiary. Where I go
is ye cannot come, but I go to prepare a
plsce for you. Good-by."
It May Do as Much for You.
eh Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, Ill., writes
that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for
many years. with severe pains in his back,
n- and also that his bladder was affected. lie
tried many so-called Kidney cures but
without any good result. About a year
'* ago he began the use of Electric Bitters
and found relief at once. Electric Bitters
is especially adapted to cure all Kidney
and Liver troubles and often gives almecst
instant r -lief. One trial will prove our
to statement. Price only 50c. for large bot
tle. At McMaster & Co.'s drng store.'
Nobody need have Neuralgia. Get Dr. Miles'
a anllsfrom druggists. "One cent a dose.'
2 The Nervous System the Seat
of Life and Mind. Recent
No mystery has ever compared with that of -
human life. It has been thie leading ubect
jo of professional research and study inalages.
But notwithstanding this fact it Is not gener
tha the seat
-( of life is loca
-1 tedin the -
d s9pinal e d.
es near th as
and so sensi- c
y tive is t h is
ig portion of the
tem that even a
the pik of a b
V. neele w ill
a Recent discoveries have demonstrated that
all the orgns of the body are under the con
trol of te nerve centers, located in or near
the base of the brain, and that when these are
rs deran e theeo ans whIch the su y with E
nerve uld are soderan a. ~*e tis rc- ti
mnembered that a serious fnu~ to the spinal
d cord will cause paralysis of te body blow
the Injured ponbecause the nerve fre isd
n prevented bythe inuyfrom reaching the I
paralye portion. Itwl be understood how
s- te derangment of the nerve centers will C
.i cause the uagement of the various organs I
yswhihpth with nerve force-.
a Two-thid ofcronic diseases are duo to
the imperfect action of the nerve centers at
a the base of the brain, not from a derange
muent primarily oriinating In the organ it-I
- self. The great mitake of phsicians in
treating these diseases is that thy treat t he'
organ rather than the nerve centers whicih 1
hare the cause of the trouble. I
Dnz. FANz~zaN MILEs. the celebrated 9)C- a
3r clalist~has profoundly studled this subject fr
over 20 years, and has made many .m.ort aii t1
a discoveries in connection with it, hc anmong a
them being the facts contained In the a'ovo
dstatement, and that the ordinary methods ct *
. treatment are wrong. All headache. dizzi- zI
ness. dulless confusion, pressure, bluc.-, a
d mania, mlnholy, insanity, ep lpsy. Sr.
Vitus dance. etc.. are nervous dses no
- matter how caused. The wonderful success of
-Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine is due to the
-fact that it is based on the foregoing princip1e.
Da. MILas' ESTRATIVE NE.RVINE issold by
al urugita on a pitiv guarantee, rsn
Ind., on receipt of price. S1 er bottle. six
) bottles for 5,. express prepaid. it contaIis
neither opiates nor dangerous drugs.
Sold by WINNSBORO DRUG STORE.
-WoE THE HRAAiNG OF THE NA&TIO~i,
a 9Botalli6Bl00d BalMH
d -rEE~ GEZrr SOUTHEN RMEYI o
11111Skin and Blood Diseascs _
f ..,It purifies, builds up and enriches
e the blood, an d never fails
to cure the most inveterate
rBLOOD AND SKIN DIS
d EASES, it directions are fol
. 5 lowed. Thousands of grate- pe
. ful people sound its praises
and attest its virtues.
-w'WRITE for Book of Won
derful Cures, sent free on ap- E
d plcation. ___
If not kept by your local druggist, -
). send $r.oo for large bottle, or $5-0o
for six bottles, and medicine will beI
sent, freight paid, by a
BLOOD BALIYI CO., Atlanta, Ga. esi
s prescription for Infants th
her Opium, Morphine nor Sp
Is a harmless substitute
Syrups, and Castor OiL
is thirty years' use by nc
cestroys Worms and allays pI
rts vomiting Sour Curd, j h
Colic. Castoria relieves
stipation and flatulency.
, regulates the stomach re
and natural sleep. Case 0
a-the Mother's Friend. fe
nown to me. .. H. A. Anossa, . D., a
i So. Oxford St., Brooklyn. '.Y. (
"Our phiyscs in e children's depart
nt have spoken highly of their expri
noe in their ouide practice with Castori,
nd although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
roduct, yet we we free to confess that the
=frits of Castoria has won us to look with
*vor upon it."(
UmTZn HoswraL axn DWs.uAZY,
LaM C. Sxrrm, 1W&.
ray Street, Now York City.
means so much more than
you imagine-serious and
fatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Naue's
and generally ex
BroiJ115 have no appetite
and can't work,
begin at once tak
ing the most relia
Il sU - r "n'sro B it
TI. A tlI eure-benet
comes from the
teeth, a nd its
pleasant to take.
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
Constigation, Bad Blood
Malaria, Nervous ailments
Get only the genuine-it has crossed red
ns on te Owrapper. Alothers are sub
will send set of Ten Beautiful World's
Fair Views and book-free.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTflMORE, MD.
If you have meade up your mind to buy
Lood's Sarsaparilla do not be indueed to take
ty other. Hood's Sarsaparilla is a pollar
odcine, possessing, by virtue of its pecaliara
mbnation, proportion, and preparation,
rative power superior to any other article. C
Boston lady who knew what she wanted,
d whose example Is worthy Imitation, tells 3
r experience below:
"In one store whore I went to buy Hood's
raparilla the clerk tried to Induce me buy
ir own instead of Hood's; he toldmle thdir's
ould last longer; that I might take it onf ten
ays' trial; thatlif I didfnot likeit I neednt
sy anything, etc. But he could not prevafl
me tochange. I told himIknew what
Lood's Sarsaparilla was. Ihad taken It, was
itissed with it, and did not want any other.
enIbegan taking Hood's Sarsaparilla
was feeling real miscrable, sufering .
great deal with. dyspepsia, and so weak
xatattmes I could hardly stand. Ilooked,
nd had for some time, like a person in con
mpton. Hood's Sarsaparilla did eO Se
neh goodtat wonder at myself Sometimes,
cidmy frends frequently speak of It." MUS.
Lk A. GOFF, 61 Terrace Street, BoltoDl.
eldbyadruggists. 51; slxfors. Preparedo*
C.. -HOOD & CO., Apotheearies, Lowonl, ass.
S100 Doses One Dollarj
Chliheste,'s Engis Diamond Brand.
ENNY ROYAL PILLS
SAVnae areilbn LAE ask
'n e'teatce.,M1asdO~d ea~U
DR Ee. C.lGws bu ~bn J T kE
er hse rofssina. l serugisto te . -
p Ie F ~a Vrtield. ul t.lmuil n
ostolie adrs4~,Mnknsilen S C.T
-4- y oa rgit . P .
DR E p'. C. o ooaErI
r ysicy an and Som n. h Uie
fes hi roes ina Opium and Whisk
io~otc adr4 eikviikA ta a.
So long as this store stands solely
d solidly upon the character of its
rchandise and continues to give it
e grmntest value for the money
ent, so long will the masses of the
ople continue to bestow upon us
at unstinted patronage which has
ade us leaders in onr line of busi
ss. The spee.ial prices which have
evailed here during the past week el
ve caused lots of suits to bid
rood-bye" to our counters, and H
ose who obtained them will never le
gret the investment. We have
plenished the bargain lots, and
Eer even greater values than be
12.50, $10-50 and .
8-50 Suits at - - - A7.50
25, $22.50, $18.50, $15,
ad $12.50 Suits and
)vercoats - - - - - - - A10
8-50, $7-50 and $6.5o
)vercoats at - - - - - - - 05
20, $18.50, $15, and
12.50 Prince Albert
oats and Vests - 0-- 10
This sale is is for spot cash, and
mne of these goods will be sent out
How about your Underwear? The
verest portion of Winter is yet to
e gone through with, and the judi
.ous mvestment of a small amount
these garments may save many
isits from your good doctor. Our
e is complete in Natural Wool and
amel's Hair, and we are sole agents
. this city for Dr. Jaeger's cele
rated system of Sanitary Woolen
rnderwear. All the Furnishings
at you require are here-"Star"
aundered Shirts, "Kinard's Spe
alty" Unlaundered Shirts; stylish
Eats, Neckwear, etc.
If you do not reside in Columbia,
rite for what yoa want.
O. L. KINARD,
)LOTH1ER THE FOR PEOPLE,b
138 Main Street,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
A NEW SUPPLY OF
ombining Nu eru
Points of Merit.L
:heapest and Most Popular
Buy for profit, keep up to
ate and get the best. A new
low as can be bought in
olumia and Augusta. Save
ur express charges.
L. W. PHILLIPS i
Does This .
The management of the P
Equitable Life Assurance tk
Society in the Department of .e
the Carolinas, wishes to se- sti
cure a few Special Resident
Agents. Those who are fitted
for this work will find this
It is work, however, and those
who succeed best in it possess
character, mature judgment,
tact, perseverance, and the
respect of their community. I
Think this matter over care
fully. There's an unusual
opening for somebody. If it
fits you,it will pay you. Fur-4
ther information on request.
W. J. Roddey, Manager,
Jse Barnes' Ink 8
S. BA RNES~ & Co., 56 E. 10th St.,N.Y
OR sURVEYING, -TERRAC.IN6
Lveing, Drawing, Etc., 1
Ap oT. M,BoULWARE,
.sx1y Woodard. S.@ . 4
CUT PRICE 'SALE.
In spite of five-cent cotton and the ready-to-die feeling of people generally,
sold stacks of goods in 1894; but as we failed to get rich, we want to sell
>re in 1895. To get a good start and prepare for Spring we will, for the
!XT SIXTY DAYS, sell at
CUT PRICES !
The first item is Dress Goods, which we offerat New York wholesale price
th nothing adtled for freight or expense. We have a good assortment, and
will pay you to see tbeln. 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.
Shoes. o-ie Shoes.
W; has!e i z.y 1 loLs in tIii h epartment effering t first cost-all at
The best bargains in umeds Hav, we ever saw. We have a man's Felt Stiff
at at 75c-good style aid cheap at double the price.
We are anxious for trade and want you to come tosee us. We slaim to
Good Quality and Low Prices.
We are grateful for the liberal patronage of last year, and will endeavor to
ake it to the interest of the public to give us a larger patronage in 18N.
9od value, honest dealing, polite attention to all are the rules that guide us.
CALDWELL & RUFF.
-Ieadquarters for Millinery.
TRlIMMED AND UNRIHMMED LADIES', M.S6ES' AND CHILDREN'S
ats ii all tie latet f-hapes. A large stockof Ribbonis, Fancy Feather,, Birds
id Tips. Fancy Pius, Buck!e-, Velvets, S.;ka, C!-pes an:J ofier goauds per
ininig to this department. As we have a i.ue stock of these goods which
u.<t Ie sold in season, we have w., k-.l our p-ic's on them down. Now is
>ur dwe to come and buy at J. 0. BOAG'S.
-Staple Dry Goods.s
Novelty ard sol olr Dress Goods of various
sty Cs and material, sitlb Trimmirgs for same.
Fancy Goods and Notions'as low as the lowest.
Come and see for bargains at
-J. 0. BOAG'S.
loes, Hats and other goods usually found in a general metchandise store to
T found at J.O.BOAG'S.
Furniture, Sewing Machines, Cooking Stoves, Organs, Buggies, Surreys,
oad Carts, and One and Two-horse W agons.
a. O. Boag,
OUTHERN RAILWAY C0- *1I HAVE *
Just received a ni1ce line of
senTim-e at Savannah and PtN. North. H L IY G O S
Northbounld. Daily INo 36jNo OJNo 2O
Jan. 20. 1895. as limi Daily jDail:' Daily is'vf
r. Jacksonville..= 8.15 a! 4.15 p........
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Sharleston. .. 7.5a53 p ....... .......d Chins
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.Auut.....2. p... 0.33 p ...
Granitevinle..2.44 p ... 1.3p... A~a
Trenton.... 3.p ...11.45 p...
Johnstons... 3.22 p...12.02 a........
rColumbia...456 .... .. 2.16 a'....
rColumbia.. 5.00 p. ' a 3.2naaP4.15sp
'Wlnnsboro ....e 7.00p4.23 a4.23 a16.23 p
Chester....7.43 p5.12 a 5.12 a! 7.15 P Sues
Rock Hill.5...13 p 5.49 a 5.49 a I7.50 p
rCharlotte...9.00 p 6.40 a 6.40 .1 8.45 (btpodbn n li.
New YorJewelry, Watc.23saan.2C1.....
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Dhavill.....12.5nt.5 1.205........... (borhgo d I and~i YOU. Cplan.)
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rWashington ....42 8.3 0 p . 3042...
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Charlest... ca .40 n
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.A.1'BK. S.. A.BWIK, erWice fan te toug a Thefo
H, GREN. . M UL Cse theea aneywh9fere elseait
PWerhave a lang lieaOU To l oIs
$3 NOE!r F~I C. M.rChndler
~. O~OV ' C hri SistmaS
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