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WINNSBORO, S. C.
f esdiay. Febraary 19. : : :9u835
AND there will be more "hog and
hominey" in Fairfield this )ear. "L
is an ill wind that blows no one any
good," and oUr farmers are congratu
lating themselves that the snow and
freeze is fertilizing the sail and gives
promise of a bountlful year for the
fields and orchards. The farmers are
getting sick of cotton planting, and,
wbilst it will, ot course, remain a
staple cr' p, it will not now have the
right of war over all other crops, and
more grain, it is s'i , will be sowed
this year than ever. Even if it br.ngs
low .rices there will at least be an
abundance for home c-m-umption,
and so far make our people indepen
THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVEN
To the Editor of The News and Herald:
The time has arrived for a definite
line of action. By this -time every
man in South Carolina should have
made up his mind pretty fully on the
constitutional convention question as
the matter has been under discussion
for months. All this talk about send
ing the best and wisest men to the con
vention is begging the question, and
merely means the putting off a posi
tive answer to questions that must
confront us sooner or later, viz.: Are
you in- favor of a qualified suffrage?
Are you afraid of the negro vote?
Are you willing to trust to a joint
primary to elect delegates to a con
NowMr. Editor, I propose to an
eted to my mind.
As to the 1st question, are you in
favor of a qualified suffr-age? 1answer,
no. Mr. Editor, think of the old com
rades who served with us in the late
war. Think of the many deserving
men of the country who through dire
conditions and circumstances were
denied the opportunities of making
fortunes and securing the benefits of
an education, which if we have a
qualified suffrage would be debarred
from-the right of exercising one of
the greatest of all "God-given-gifts."
Of course, there are many who have
broken the laws of the country, these
I take it will be provided for in fram
ing the constitution-felony and other
heinous crimes committed-whether by
whites or blacks should forfeit their
suffrage. As to the second question,
-are you afraid of the negro vote?
I answer no, for when we wrested the
government from them in 1876 and '78
It was during a time when we had a
combination of circumstances adverse
to the whites of the State to contend
with which no sane man will ever ex
pect to arise again. It would take too
much time and space to enumerate or
I would gladly do so. Mr. Editor, it
is too well known to discuss now that
from 18 to 20 thousand of the negroes
went with us-all the pressure of their
lying leaders and with the threats of
*going back into slavery, etc , (should
the Democrats carry the election)
could not prevent this large number
from joining our clubs, and wearing
the red shirts. To show whether they
will stick or not, 99 per cent of themt
will go, as we go today, although they
were kept from participating in our
Democratic primaries. No, Mr. Edi
tor, dismiss this night mare, as facts
will not bear it out. Yet there are
those who will say, yon accomplished
all that was done with the whites
-united. I hold we were not one whit
more united then than now. Where
did one of the leading papers of the
State the News and Courier stand
then? In the same shoe it does today.
Then they advised a fusion with
Chamberlain & C.. and today with
T. I. E. & Co. Mr. Editor, what
would have been the condition of af
fairs then, had we not heeded the
counsel of Hampton, Connor, Hay
wood and Gary. No, let us go back.
to first principles and follow the lead
of those we know, tried and not found
wanming. This will bring the peace
and unity that we all so long for.
Now for the 3rd question-primary or
no primary-i answer, I am not. In
the first place does any sane man be
lieve that we could get up a primary
free from factional strife after last
summers sham. No, this has to be a
ight for principles, is fixed as solid as
the granite rock for which old Fair
field has become so famous; let prin
ciples and not party be our motto.
Should we take this as our guide all
- differences would t e nipped away be
tween the Antis and the F'ortv~. Wh-at
more do we want than they, the 40. are*
in search of? All whites will agree to
any thing provided itris done by the
whites. :air. Editor, will not the con-!
vention be entirely of the whites,
sliould the 40 and their associates j..in
majority of the whites? and this ma
jority composing as it will, the ma
jority of the best element in the Sfate?
then who can say that the supremacy
of the whites will be in jeopardy?
Sc- let's get ready "to shinny on our
own side" starbthe ball, we are in for
the most important politiial act that
has ever confronted the people of the
State. This talk about the negro
makes me tired-he is not in it an
has sense enough to know it; for in
their convention last week they dis
tinctly stated that they were not "in
it," but would vote for the best white
element in the State and rest their case
with them. Now, 1 say, let the Chair
man of the Democratic organization in
the county call his forces together, im
press the urgency of the matter-de
lays are dangerous to our friends, the
40, as well as to onreelves. Should
they come with us only one sentence
will do to class us-"I am a Demc
crat"-then "lay on McDuff," etc ,
"for if the ring is to be busted, it
must be done out of the ring." When
a boy of 12 years I was sent off to
school, the first afternoon I arrived I
saw a boy knocked out in a game of
shinny (now the shinny ball is made
from a knot of a pine tree) it is need
less to say that that boy did not play
the game again, and it took a great
deal of nerve for me to go into the
next game; but I went in, and am go
ing into this game even if I am to be
knocked out, too. Lets all do the
same. Yours, etc.,
BERTrAND DU G UESCLIN.
Johnson's Tasteless Compound Cod
Liver Oil with hypophosphites gives
tene te the nerveb; strengthening,
stimnulhaitg and producing healthy
flesh like migic. Winnsboro Dirug
Court convened on Monday met nuig,
Judge Benet presiding.
The grand jpry was organized with
J. M. Stewart as foreman. Judge
Benet thanked the g and jurors for so
prompt a resronse to duty as was
manifested by their number pre-ent
in such inclement weat her. Ile charged
them on the g.eneral duties of a grand
jory and admonished them that their
duties were not only in the court room
on court week, but were in force
during the entire year; that the morals
of the county were etstruste'? to their
hands; and that it was their duty to
take niotice of such offensei as were a
Atench in the nostrils of common
decency, such matters as pi ivate indi
viduals did not feel inclined to act upon,
they should rigorously prosecnte.
You should examine into all public
botnds, all bonds of eounty officials
:nust be solid Lnd responsible. You
must see that bonds which were once
gootd are rgood at present. You must
make a special report on bonds of all
officials of this county and see that
they are respensible.
The condition of the public jail is a
Ligh evidence of the civilization there
about. You tnut exsamine the con
diion aud see that the prisoner3 are
made comfortable so f.ar as f.'od and
the Clerk ot the Court. You will look
into matters of new indexes, and urge
the purchase of such improvement as
you see fit. You are entitled to secure
the services of atn expert accoun'ant
and you will do so should you deem
'it necessary. A wise law provides the
help for you.
You must see that all trial justices'
books are properly kept, and you
must see that no justice uses his high
position to tha detriment to any con
The office of School Commissioner is
an important one. I wish that the
schools could be run longer and the
teachers paid better wages. The
lobors of the public teacher is very
poorly remunerated, I am sorry to say.
The teacher comes next to the minister
of the gospel in importance.
In connection with the office of
County Supervyer you must report
the condition of the roads and specify
if !here is any sect ion which is cursed
with bad roads. We owe it to the
general public to keep highways in
"The poor we always have with us."
We should see that the county poor
are fu:-naished with fuel, food and
medicine, and should they requ're
especial care or aittention you must see
that they get it.
You will look into the dispensary
and make any recommendlations or ,n,t
any matters deerving your attention.
Your duty as to indictments handed
you b~y the Solicitor will nuot be to say
guilty or not guilly, but to see if there
is snificient cause for investigation by
In murder cases I always charge
that y ou always find a true bill. It is
only fair to the accused and the State.
If tried and acquitted he des not live
under a ban, but is honorably re'ieved
o' the charge. If the bill is thrown
out there may be a suspicion which
should not rest upon him, and can
only be determinmed by a triat. The
judge impressed the sacredness 'of a
gr? ud juror's oth and impressed upon
them that they should keep the mat ters
se cret ly.
The judge stated that the 22nd being
Washington 's birthday he would hear
no cases on that day if any counisel ob
jected; that he did not wish to take
holiday, btut did not care to give cause
for cases to b3 taken to the Supreme
Court. The attorneys consented to
take. no technical advantages, conse
quently court wiil be held on Friday,
The grand jury returne I no bilt
gn .t Ilen' y Miclhvaine, charp' d
wi:ha as anit and~ battte~ y of a high anid
agmarated naue ag:ainst James
W iiamn-. tbu':la-'.a.:*i larcenev, trae
James Williauw, a'i:?s '-ig headed
im, cae int ,-ouet without any
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitche
and Children. It contains ne
other Narcotic substance. I
for Paregoric, Drops, Sootbia
It is Pleasant. Its guarant4
Milions of Dothers. Castorig
feverishness. Castoria prev
cures Diarrhoea and Winc
teething troubles, cures cc
Castoria assimilates the fo
and bowels, giving health,
toria is the Ohildren's Pana
"Castoria s, sa excellentmdline for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
po efcupnteir childrae."
DP. G. C. Oscoer,
-CaatoriaIs the best remedy for children of
whieh I am aequainted. I hope the day is not
far distant whenamothers wiloonsidethereal
intrest of their chbidren, and use Castoria in
stead of thevariousquak nostrumswhich ae
desroying their loved owes, by foreingopium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby snding
them to pmasture graves
Da. . F. KmcaeK,
The Centaur Company, Pa M
attorney. Tht judge requested Mr.
J. W. Hanahan to conduct the de
fnse, which he consented to do.
Williams is charged with breaking into
R. W. Phillipp's dwelling and stealing
goods therefrom. His 'rial was set for
A true bill was also brought in
gainbt John Ro'ss and Zion ~Bnbh
alias Andy Bush, cha':ged with stealing
one bale of cotton, the property of
W. R. Rabb.
The Judge ordered the Sheriff to
allow none but attorneys and offiers
of the court to go out or come in
.ile 1, witness was testifying. In
:der to preserve order if any one de
ires to leave or come into court he
ust do so at the conclusion of a
Against Henry Thompson a true
ill was rendered for assault and bat
ery of a high and aggravated nature;
no bill" was brought in against
Bckie Griffiin for assault and battery
ill was brought in against Julius
room and Sthirley Bro.om, charged
ith assault and battery ; true bill also
gainst Ben Adams and John Rosboro;
rue bill against Reuben Chappell,
harged with burglary and larceny.
Rev. 0. S. Srinagdeld, or Wakefield;
. C., says: "Five boxes ot Japanese
ile t.'nre cured mue after 12 yearn' suf
ering." Winusboro Drug store. *
A SELF-CONFESSED MU2RDER ER.
oberts Says He. Killed Howard---Now in
Averick, alias Smalls and sundry
ther aliases, is being anxiously en
uired after by the Georgia authori
ties. The chief of the Savannah po
ice is after him, but it seems as if the
an is not tihe one who killed the Sa
Sheriff Cathcart has received this
letter~ as to his prisoner:
SnLVANA, GA , Feb 15, 1895.
"Dear Sir: If you have Sam Rob
erts in jail please hold him until I can
get a requisition from the Governor
for him. Sam Roberts is about six
eet high, weighs about 165 or 175
ounds; hair and beard sprinkled with
rey. lie is a great banjo picker and
ancer. Hie is wanted for shooting
md killing William Howard, a white
an, and has lately moved from Barn
ell County, S. C. Yours truly,
"L. B. UROOKs."
Smalls, as the prisoner is generally
nown, has admitted that lie killed
:oward and he will be given: an 0op
ortunity of going over to Georgia to
show what excuse he hi rs for the mur
er.- The State.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
hes baby was sick, we gave her Cajoria,
when she was aCGaild, she cried for Cantoria,
when ihe becazne Mis, she clung iio Cassoria.
Whe..shehad asur.., shsgveem a.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
SH ERIFF'S SA L E.
Y virtue of an execution to me~ di
rected, I h'ave this (lay levied ont
ad will sell riefore the Court Ilome
doer in Winnsboro, S. C., on the
FIRST MONDAY IN M ARCU[,
all that certain tract of land contain'ing
Three Hundred Acres, more or ln
stuate in the County of Fairtield, ini
the State of South Carelina, known as
he Ashtord place, and bounded by
ittle River, lands of WV. R. Dot y &*
Co., William McConnell and others.
Levied upon as the propeiy of
Stephen Gibson, at the suit of M. Arm
srong, executor for Thomas McKins
v, plaintiff, agairist Thomas Craw
ford, Stephen Gibson, and Robert
Craw lord, defendants.
Terms of S te--Cash.
Ri. E. ELIL SO N,
Sheriff's offic,S. F. C.
Winsboro, S. C., Feb. 11, 1895.
So long as this store stands solely
and solidly upon the character of its
merchandise and contmues to give
the grintest value for the money
,pent, so long will the iasses of the
people continue to bestow upon us
that unstinted patronage which has
made us leaders in onr line of busi
ness. The special prices which have
prevailed here during the past week
have caused lots of suits to bid
good-bye" to our counters, and
those who obtained them will never
regret the investment. We have
replenished the bargain lots, and
offer even greater values than be
$12.50, $i.5o and
$8-50 Suits at - - - 07.50
$25, $22.50, $18.5o, $15,
and $12.50 Suits and
Overcoats - - - - - - - $iO
$8.50, $7-50 and $6.50
Overcoats at - - - - - - - --
$20, $18-5o, $15, and
$12.50 Prince Albert
Coats and Vests - - - )Sno
This sale is is for spot cash, and
none of these goods will be sent out
How about your Underwear? The
severest portion of Winter is yet to
be gone through with, and the judi
cious investment of a small amount
in these garments may save many
visits from your good doctor. Our
line is complete in Natural Wool and
Camel's Hair, and we are sole agents
in this city for Dr. Jaeger's cele
brated system of Sanitary Woolen
Underwear. All the Furnishings
that you require are here-"Star"
Laundered Shirts, "Kinard's Spe
cialty" Unlaundered Shirts; stylish
Hats, Neckwear, etc.
If You do not reside in Columbia,
write for what vou want.
M. L. KINARD,
OLOTHIER THE FOR PEOPLE,
138 Main Street,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
A NEW SUPPLY OF
Points of Merit.
Cheapest and Most Popular
Buy for profit, keep up to
date and get the best. A new
as low as can be bought in
Colunbia and Augusta. Save
your express charges.
R. W. PHILLIPS
The mianagement of the
i quitablo Life Assurancef
Society ini the Department of?
the Carolinas, wishes to se-?
cure a fewv Special Resident?
Agents. Those who are fitted
for th'is wxork will find this
ia re OpportilityI
$It is work, however, and those
who succeed best in it possess
character, mature judg-ment,
tact, perseverance, and the
respect of their community.
Think this matter over care
fully. There's an unusual
opening for somebody. If it
fits you, it will pay you. Fur
ther information on request.
W. J. Rod dey, Manager,
Rock Hill, S. C.
Use Barnes' Ink
A. . BAR'NES & Co., 56 E.1sth st.,N.T
F OR sURVEYING, TERRACIN6~
Leveling, Drawing, Etc.,
Applyto T. M,BOULWARE,
-'s prescription for Infants
[ther Opium, orphine nor
t is a harmless substitute
Ig Syrups, and Castor Oil.
oe is thirty years' use by
, destroys Worms and allays
Mts vomiting Sour Curd,
, Colic. Castoria relieves
nstipation and flatulency.
)d, regulates the stomach
- and natural sleeP. Case
:ea-the Mother's Friend.
sCastoria is sowelladaptedtohildrenT a
I reommd it a superior to any prescripPk
1o to H. A. A s, X. D.,
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
*our physicins in te children's dePast,
meat have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside praotice with Camtoria
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that *e
merits of Castoria has won us to look wth
favor upon it."
UrTz HosPTAL AND DIsPWmaRT,
ALLa C. SMITH, Pe.,
M-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 Nature's
and generally ex
- begin at onceutk
ron Iron Bit
RZ4*,~ijtq comes from the
.tet, a nd i's
pleasant to take.
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
Constipation, Bad Blood
Malaria, Nervous alments
Get only the genuine-it has crossed red
lines on the wrapper. All others are sub
stitutAe. O'n recep of two 2c. stamps we
will sc?ud se of Tn Beautiful World's
Fair Views and book-free.
BROWN CHEMICAL. CO. BALTIMORE, MD.
Ifyou have made up your mind to boy
HodsSarsaparilla do not be indueed to take
any other. Hood's Sarsaparilla is a peoullar
medicine, possessing, by virtue of its peculiar
ombination, proportion, and preparation,
curative power superior to any other artisic.
A Boston lady who knew what she wanted,
and whose example Is worthy imiato, tells
her experience below:
" In one store where I went to buy Hood's
Sarsaparila the clerk triedtolindueme bly
their owninstead of H.,od's; he toldmle.their's
would last longer; that I might take It on ten
days' trial; that If I did not like It I need not
pay anything, etc. But he eould not prevail
on me to change. I told him I knew what
Hood's Sarsaparilla was. I had taken it, was
satisAed with it, and did not want any other.
'When I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla
I was feeling real miserable, suffering
a eat deal with dyspepsia, and so weak
that at times I could hardly stand. Ilooked,
and had for somo time,1like a person In COn
sumption. Hood's Sarsaparilla, did mue so
much good that Iwonder at myself sometmes
nd my friends frequently speak of it." )Lu.
ELLA A. GoFF, 61 Terrace Street, Bos8ton.
Soldby ldruggiste. S1; sixfor55. rreparedol
by C. L HOOD a CO., Apothecaries, Lowenl, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar
Chicesteu's English Diamiond Brand.
Physricine and urg e.liC
on- Fait.eld. oneO~ uaiu
1-. totii- dresJnkivll S.5~Io Cq.w
IOAN 1vey a and wa i nntlif$ Athest. anited
tae itrstdp inr thpiuI5!tmoud Whsky
Se d ess riLclBrgIt. W ley iAan , i3.
CUT PRICE SALE.
In spite of five-cent cotton and the ready-to-die feeling of people generally,
re sold stacks of goods in 1894; but as we failed to get rich, we want to se'i
iore in 1895. To get a good start and prepare for Spring we will, for the
EXT SIXTY DAYS, sell at
CUT PRIGES ! +++
The first item is Dress Goods, which we offerat New York wholesale price
rith nothing added for freight or expense. We have a good assortment, and
t 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 grca: many lots in this department effering ft first cost-all at
!Ut twves. Now is the time to buy.
T'ue best bargains in lueu's HaLs we ever saw. We have a man's Felt Stiff
Eat at 75c-good style and 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
make it to the interest of the public to give us a larger patronage in 1895.
Good value, honest dealing, polite attention to all are the rules that guide us.
CALDWELL & RUFF.
Headquarters for Millinery.
TPiM MED AND UNM'HIMMED LADIES', MISSES' AND( HILDREN'S
Hats in all the latest shapec. A large stockofibboms, Fancy Feathers, Birds
an:d Ti!-. Fancy Pins, Bucklez, Velvets, S. k-, C-p.es aii:j 0-er goods per
taiing'to thisdepartment. -As we have a koge B-ock of these goods which
inust be sold in season, we have i.j keed onr prices on tnem down. Now is
your :ime to come and buy at J. O.,BOAG'S.
-Staple Dry Goods.<
Novelty and Solid Color Dress Gocds of varicus
styics and material. ii h Trimzroivgs for same.
Fancy Goods and Notions as low as the lowest.
0 Come and see for bargain. at
-J. 09 BOA G'S.
Shoes, Hats and other goods usually found in a general merchandise store to
be found at J. 0. BOAG'S.
Furniture, Sewing Machines, Cooking Stoves, Organs, Buggies, Surreys,
Road Carts, and One and Two-horse Wagons.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY 00 e I HAVE *e
Just received a n~te line of
EateaTieat Savannah and Pt.rt HOLYGOS
Jan. 20. 1895. vs lim Daily Daily Daily
Lv. Jacksonville... 8.15 a 4.15 p . ........
Lv. Savannah...... 1.38 p 10.05 p........
Ar. Columbia...40 p 2.10 a........
Lv haleton ...7.15 a 5.30 p ..........
Ar Columbia....1.15 a 10.10 p .......vera .......res
Lv. Augusta ...2.10 p1...10.30 p....
"Graniteville. .44 p ...11.13p -Al..
"Trenton..... 3.06 p...11.45 p...
"Johnstons...3.22 p...12.02 a...
Ar Columbia...4.56 p...2.16 a'.....
L4v Columbia.'... .00 p 3.20 a 3.20 a 5.15 p hn ltelCp n
"Winnsboro..... 7.00 p 4.23 a 4.3a 6.23 p
"Chester....7.43 p 5.12 a 5.12 S 7.15 p acr
"Rock Hill. ..8.13 p 5.411 S A9a 7.50 p
Ar Charlotte...9.00 p 6.40 a 6.40 a 8.45 p
"Danville......;2nt 11.35 a 11.3 a (bthgodbad...pai.
"Richmond... C.45 44a0 4.0p
"Washington .... 7.42 aJ8.30p ...
" alior....9.2a 11.35 p11.5 p vase.....U
" Philadlphia....11.30 at 3.00 a!3.00 a .,.
"New York.. 2.03 p1 6.23 at 6.23 a ...
Lv.New York.....320 ~12.15n ....... ...o idsaknntcordrtin
" Philadelphia. 5.55 7.20........ .....PrpsIanmiYO.Clli
"-Balimore..... 8.37 9.42 ......s.....
I'v.Washington..10.05 110 ....- ...
L.Riehmond...12.50 l1.2.30 12.30 n...
L.Danvile......5.00 aJ5.55 5.56 Cp .. .A..
L.Car'otte...8.42 11.L00 11.00 p8.50 a *LE 'h1111uI r
"Rock Hill.0 .26 al11.E. 11.47 p9.40 a
"(Che'er...9.56 aI?1.1 12.21ntl10.17 3-3
" Winnsboro.,.... ,0.37 al 1.1 1.11 a11.10 a -l
Ar.Columbia....-... 12.35 2.20 2.20 a12.2 p______________
"Johntons ...2.17 1...6.05a....
" Trenton.... 2.28 pt . ... .2 a ....
" Granitevinle... 2.57 p .... 8.52a....
A.Augusts.4. hr0istm as7.3 ....
L.Columbia.. 4.20 p 646a.......
ACharlestou... 8.40 pl11a0 al.... .....
L.Columbia....1210 230 .........
A.Savanna.......... 5 .48....... .......TB7
Nos. 35 and 34 N.Y. and Fla. Short Line Lim
ied. Through train between Jacksonville and
N. Y. Through Pbullman cars St. Augustine
New York. Tampa and New York, (ia Jack
sonville.) Augusta and N. Y.. also Dining carsXEAR NO
and first-class coach.
Nos. 35and 36 Great U. S.Fast Mail.TlroughOeinuporleofoiayod
Pullman Buffet car J'c1ks-ville and N. Y. Also
Pullman ear Augusta and Charlotte in conne s vr od ocl ndsetim
tion with trains Nds. I) anad 10.
N. B. Nos. 33 and 31 make only a limited num-AL KI SOF OY TI .
ber of stops.
Nos. 19 and 20, 35 and 36 do not enter Union
staton Columbia. but discharge and take on 1ksfrtIoodadyug.Pe
passengers and baggage at Blland St. Station. esb vrbdadsm hn
W. A. TURK, S. H. HARD WICK,
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