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WINNSBORO, S. C.
Tharsta., Iebruary 28,; ; ; a285
THE discussion as to whether angels
have wing's we deem entirely purpose
less and inopportune.
HIGH hats and "mutton-leg" sleeves
are ruled out of theatres by a recent
act of the California legislature.
THE North Carolina Legislature is
awake to the shame of their Fred
Douglas. adjournment, as well they
may be. But in seeking to hide it
with a falsehood they make the matter
SENATOR IRBY is itidigtant because
of his slight in th.- matter ot this re
cent peace and harmony agreement.
The Senator has perspicacity enoungh,
evidently to know that tu.-h a Ihing as
"Senator" Evans is not an imnpossi
TuE foithcoming articles on "tobacco
culture" which the News and Courier
will obtain from an expert tobacco
farmer will be of great interest aid
benefit. The articles, or as much of
them as possible, 'will be reproduced
in these columns.
CHARLESTON is bending her ener
gies towards the establishment of
direct trade with Europe. In the ar
rival of the ship Saturn from Copen
hagen she sees the beginning of it.
Charleston is much more in earnest
commercially, than some time back.
A YORK county farmer has nrade a
clear profit of $25 per acre on cotton
at 4.80. Two bales to the acri is what
land he made a net profit of $578.10.
Can our prize clubs improve on this
or equal it?
SOUTH CAROouxA seems doomed to
another political season as red-hot
probably as ever. The parties now
stand, "The Forty," "The Barnwell
Evans-Tillman" compromisers, Irby
and the uncompromising Reformers,
Gonzales and the uncompromising
Straightouts. Confusion worse con
THE NEW EEG ISTEATIOS.
*Something That Every South Carolina
Citizen Should Read.
The following are the sections of
the act calling the constitutional con
*ventional, which apply to the new
registration provided for. Every citi
zen of the State should carefully read
them, paying particular attention to
the dates and lose no time in register
Sec. 4. Every male citizen of the
United States and of this State of the
age of twenty-one years, not laboritng
under the disabilities named in the
Constitution of this Sta-e, and duly
qualified to vote under existing laws
of the State and duly registered as
now required by law, or who having
been entitled to register as a voter at
the time of the general registration of
electors in this state, which took place
in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and eighty-two, or at
any time subsequent thereto failed to
register at such time as required by
law,or who has become a citizen of
this State and who shall register as
hereinafter provided in such cases,
shall be entitled to vote for delegates
to said convention.
Sec. 5 Every person entitled to rote
for delegaes to said convention shall
be eligile to a seat threin.
Sec. 6. That on the first Monday of
March in the year of our Lord one
thonsand eight hundred and ninety
five, the supervisor of registration of
each county shall, at the county seat
thereof, open his books of regitration,
and shall hold the same open for ten
consecutive calendar days thereatr
except Sundays, between the hourseof
10 o'clock in the forenoon and 4 o'clock
in the afternoon, except Charleston,
Beaufort and Richland counties, where
-the said books shall be kept opeun
from 10 o'clock in the forenoon until
6 o'clock in the afternoon, durinug
which time any elector then, or there
fore at any time entitledi to register as
a qualified voter, or who has become a
citizen of this State, shall be. during1
the time herein fixed'for such registra
tion and also on the days now fixed by
law for registration, entitled to regis
ter as such as hereinafter provided;
and that any elector having been her-e
tofore duly registered, or having since
changed his residence, or having lost
his certificate, shall be entitled to have
the same transferred or renewed as
now provided by law.
Sea. 7. Any elector who shall have,
been entitled to register at thme general
registration in the year of our L'ar.l
one thousanud eight hundred and eight y
. two, or at any time subsequent :her.
to, and who failed to register at such
time as required by law, and who shall
umake application under oath in accord
anice wit a printed form to be prepared
by the A ttanne General, cstting fwrth
in each case the fact, to wit: The fall
niam, age, occupa'ion and residence
of the applicant at the time of the
xener-.l registration, or at any time
the- eafri: when the said appl'cait be
caine t i tiled te renAter, and the
) lace ar places of his resi lence siice
the time when he became entitled to
regl.er, w hich affi lavit sha'I be sup
poiteA l the affidavits of two reputa
ble citiz-ns who were each of the age
of twent3 -oi e years on the 30th day of
Jine Aino Dnini eighteen hundred
and eighty-two, or at the time said
applicatt became entitled thereafter to
regi-ter; or abv e'ector who has be
coine a citizeii of this State by moving
into the same according to the Gcnsti
lution ei the State, and wh-> shall
make application under oath stating
the time of his moving into the 8.ate
and hip place of residence since iving
in the State, which application shall be
supported by the affi lavits of two
reputable citizens who were twenty
one years of age at the time the appii
cant becite a resident of the State;
such applicant shall be allowed to reg
ister as a voter and to have is-ued to
him a certificate as a duly qualified
elector in the manner and form new
provided by law, and be entitled to
vote at said election for delegates to
All diseases of the skin cured, and
lost complexion restored by Johnson's
Oriental Soap. Winnsboro Drug
Savnnnah Catholic& Don't Want to Hear
an ex-Priest Lecture.
SVANixA, Ga., Feb. 25.-This
afternoon a committee of twelve lead
ing members of the Ancient Order of
Hibernians waited on Mayor Myers
and presented him with a petition
signed by about five hundred members
of that order and other Catholics. The
petition stated that it had been learned
that ex-Priest Slattery and his wife,
who is an ex-nun, wanted to lecture
here to-morrow night on Catholicism,
and the signers were satisfied that if
they were allowed to speak that trou
ble, disorder and riot would preva'l.
In the interest of peace and order they
consequently appealed to him not to
allow them to lecture. Mayer Myers,
in reply, presented the committee
from A. 0 I. with a written opinion
from city attorney Adams, who held
that there was no statute or city ordi
niance which would uphold an order
by the Mayor preventing the lecture.
No breach of the peace can ensue, said
Maver Myers, if those who wl1 be
offinded *by Slattery's remarks will
stay away, and the Mayor canrot an
ticipate that he will violate tb law in
his expressions. Mayor Myers then
told the committee who were dissatis
fied with the decision that he was de
termined to do everything in his
power to prevent disorder at the meet
ing. He advised the committee to
counsel members of the Catholic
churches to remain away from the hall
if they did not care to hear the lecture
The committee stated that it was
their desire to avoid trouble and that
they would use their influence in that
direction. They did so, but their ef
forts utterly failed. All of to-day it
has been rumored that mobs would
come from different sections of the
city and that Slattery would be killed
The fact that he was to put on the
garb of a priest in the course of his
lecture spread like wild fire and raised
anrmtenie reennig among Catholics.
Mayor Myers issued instructions to
Chief McDermott to h'ave the entire
available police force on hand at Ma
sonic Temple. Fifteen policeman were
stationed inside the hall and thirty
others were massed in front.
By 7 o'olock several hundred had
collected. When Slattery arrived the
mob had not assumed large enough
proportions to cope with the police.
By 8 o'clock a howling mob of over
fifteen hundred surrounded Masonic
Hall. In the hall were an audience of
about four hundred, including a num
ber of ladies. The lecturer had hardly
begun before brickbats and cobble
stones began to rain on the windows.
The police had closed all the heavy in
side shutters This saved the audience
from injury, only two or three being
injured by flying glass. The rest of -
the police force was called out and
fifty officers were soon in front of the
The mob made rushes to secure an
entrance, but were driveni back time
after time by the police. Before 9
o'clock the mob had grown to prob
ably 3,000 or 4,000 peopie. Window
after window in the Masonic Temple
was crashed. Cries of "Kill him?"
"Down with Slattery !" "Down the
renegade!" were heard.
Chief McDermett summoned the
mayor. The lecture closed at 9.30
o'clock and it was apparent that it
meant loss of many lives for the lec
turer and the audience to leave the hall.
Upstairs a number of members of the
secret organizations, who had cheered
Slattery's declaration that he belonged
to themi, had gathered around the ex
priest to defend him as they left the
hall. A number, it was evident, had
come armed in anticipation of sucn
trouble As the ex-priest was about
to leave the hall with his~ friends, the
chief of police stapped them anmd r..
fused to allow any one to go down
srirs Outside Mayor Myers and
c. Win. Garrard were in consulta-1
tion. The mob hissed at the police
and hooted at their orders to disperse.
The military alarm, eles en tips on all 1
re bells in the city, wa< sent in, but
when, it sounded the mob derided it.
A Heuseholdi Treasure.
D. W. Fuller, o' Canajoharie, N. Y.,
s ys that :e always keeps Dr . .n' Neow
Dseo.ery in thie houmse andI his famiily hans
always ftound the very Nst resutlts follow
its use; that he wou!d not. be wihout iti
p~rocuabe. G A. D~yk.mzan, D riuggist,i
atskill, N. Y., says thm at Dr. Kinag's Ne~w
D~iscovery is umnoubediy the best Coughm
remedy; that he has used~ it in his fatoiiy -
for eight years, and it :as never I aileli to
do all that is claiaied for it. Why not try
a remedy so long tried and tested. Trial
bottle free at Mc ELster & Co.'s Drug Store.
egular tze 5'"c and $Lt00 *
Bokty Arnieta Salvo.
156:r 'A ..* .:n the world for Cuts,
iruises, Sor--., inenSalt Rtheum, Fever
Sorv. l'--: LW*,1-a-pe-' t lans, Chillalains
-rns,. An.t e n k ErupItions, and pon~i,
ti'ely cures :'iies, o. no pay reqmuired It
when Bay was sikw&. her Ca~ra I
when she was a Child, she cried for Catoria, z
Wha she beame Miss, she chm: to Cassoria,
When she had COSdren,ishe gaveth&era Castoia. j
for InfantS and
MOTHERS, Do Y
Bateman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial
most remedies for children are comI
Do You Know that opium and morphine a
Do You Know that in most countries drug
without labeling them poisons ?
Do You Know that you should not pern
unless you or your physlcian know of what it Is o0
Do You Know that Castoria i5 a purely 1
its ingredients is published with every bottle?
Do You Know that Caztoria is the prescri:
Tbat it has been in use for nearly thirty years, at
of al other remedies for children combined ?
Do You Know that the Patent Office I(
other contries, have issued exclusive right to Dr.
"Castor " and its formula, and that to imitat
Do You Know that one of the reasons for
bomuse Castoria had been proven to be absolat
Do you Know that 35 average doe
oeats, or one cent a dose?
Do You Know that when possessed of tb
be kept well, and that you may have unbroken ri
Well these6 tings are worth knowig.
The fao- -4moO
Childrdn Cry for Pit
means so much more than
you imagine-serious and
fatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
If you are feelag
out of sorts. weak;
ad gnerally ex
Br~ihaS ve no aptt
ad can't work,
begin at once tak
Brown's Iron Bit
ters. A few bot- c
hite s comes from the
taMt, and i'
pleasant to tale.
It Cures b
Dyspepsia, Kidney and LiverU
Constigation, Bad BIood
Malaria, Nervous ailmients
Women's complaints. ~
Get only the genuine-it has crorcd red
lines on the wrapper. All others are sub.
stitutes. On receit of two 2c. stamfps we
will send set of Tn Beautiful World's
Fair Views and book-free.
f you have made u.p :your mind to buy
od's Sarsaparilla do not be induced to take
ra other. Hood's Sarsaparilia is a peculiar
dicine, possessing, by virmue of its peculiar
obination, proportion, and preparation,
rative power superior to any other article.
B Joston lady who knew what she wanted,
sa whose example is worthy imitation, tells
In one store whero I went to buy Hlood's
-saparilla the clerk tried to induce me buy I
eir own instead of Hlood's; he told me their's
ould last longcr; that I might take it on ten
as' trial; that if I did not like it I need not
r anything, etc. Buht he could not prevail
me to change. I told him I knew what
ood's Sarsaparilla was. I had taken it, wasff
tsfled with it, and did not want any other.~~
ben I began taking Hlood's Sarsaparila
was feeling real miserable, suffering
reat deal with dyspepsia, ,and so weak *"
t at times I could hardly stand. I looked,
idhad for some time, like a person in eon-r
uption. Hlood's Sarsaparilla did me so
chel good tbat Iwonder at myself sometimes,
Lmy friends frequently speak of it." MBS
L A. GOFF', c1 Terrace Street, B~oStonl. *
edbyalldrgglsta.g31; slzor5. I'reparedomnly
,yC. L HOOD & CO.. Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar
n age abl zative andIuyvn ToISC.
dby Drggists or sent by mail. 25.5c
td $Oper pakage. Smples free.
Captain Sweeney, U.S.A.,SanDiegoCal.,. habi
y: "Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy is firet. ease
eineI have ever found that would do mc.-4
ygood."' Price 50ets. Sold byDruggists.
Oowtnt aCough,astrdanger of .
s eading to Consumption. SmnLon's Cunn
lisave you asvore unTrouble. Itis thej -
p, Whoopinggough ndBronchitis, and
Du Know that Farege
any so-aed Soothing Syrups, and
)oed of opium or morphine?
e stupefying narcotic poisons ?
gists are not permitted to sell narcotics
it any medicine to be given your chWi
eetable preparation, and that a Wlit of
tion of the famous Dr. Samuel Pitcher.
d that more Castorla is now sold thin
partment of the United States, and of
Pitcher and his assigns to use the word
them Is a state prison ofrense ?
granting this government protection ws
i of Castorla are furnished for 5
Sperfect preparation, your ch n M
They are facts.
OrA-7 7 S on vs
her s Castoria.
yNESS & HEAD NOISES CURIA
My Tubular Cushions help when
else faIs, as glasses help eves. Whio
s eard. pain. Indsible. F. Hiscox,953 B'way
w York, sdepot. Send for book and proofs FR E E.
Cleases and beautifies the hair.
S Prornoe a iluinst growth.
Never .ails to Restoa Gray
IHair to its Yoth1 color.
sapdiseia har all gt
3ceand 31.00 at Drumsta
SParker's Ginger Tonic. SIzcures thc Worst Cough,
kLungs, Debiluy, 1ndi;eion,Pain, Tzkein ie. i0.
INEERCORNS.. ne onl enn curefor Coma
pan. iS. a; Drugis^, o: HSCOX & CO., N. Y.
iakes the livecs of many people miserable,
aid often leads to self-destruction. Distress
iter eating, sour stomach, sick headache,
ieartburn, loss of appetite, a faint, "all gone"
~eling, bad taste, coated tongue, and irregue
larity of the bowels, are
tOistreSS some of the more common
After symptoms. Dyspepsia does
.not get well of itself. It
Eaig requires careful, persistent
ittention, and a remedy like Hood's Sarsa-.
i~ila. which acts gently, yet surely and
31liently.. It tones thec stomach and other
~rgas, regulates y~he digestion, creates c,
ode appetite, and by thus Sc
rer~oming the local symp
on removes the sympa-Odace
hete effects of the disease, banishes the
teadache, and refreshes the tired mind.
"Ihave bbien troubled with dyspepsia. I
tad but little a~ppetite, and what I did oat
distressed me, or did me
Heart- little good. In aa hour
burn after eating I would cxpe
ience a faintness, or tired, all-gone feeling,
is though Ihad not eaten anythling. Mdytron
e, I think, was aggravated by my business,
hih is that of a painter, and from being
nore or less shut up in a Soury
oom wth fresh paint. Last
pring I took flood's Sarsa. StomaCh
*lla-took three bottles. It did me an
mense amount of good. It gave me as
ippetite, and my food relished and satisfied
1 craving I had previously experienced."
3OGE AGEl, Wlatertown, Mass.
aoldby aidruggists. $1; six for $5. Prepared oly
~yC.HOOD& CO.,Apothecsarli,LoI!en, Mase,
S100 Doses One Dollar
res all Female Complants and Month4
rularity, Leucorrheca or Whites, Pai.'in
ck or Sidles, strengthens the feeble, bwi'ds
the whole iystemn. It has cured thouseands
Swill cure -you. Druggists have it. Send
m for book.
'i. JP. DZI03000LE & CO., Louisville, Ey.
MgW THE AMERICAN
V EI RAMBLER
e BST WHIEL ON~ TH StRKET this year.
SU the combination of
E the celebrated G.& J.
~[CA'1i Pneumatic Tire and
ring Frame makes riding on it a luxury.
STRY IT AND BE CONVINCED.
SSend for illustrated
W9 * GORMUL.LY
4 /U> M?'F'Q CO.,
tw every man and woman in the United
s interested in the Opium and Whisky
.s to have one cf mn books on thcse dis
Address 1. M. W'oolley Atlanta, Gs,.
3,and one wil be sent you free.
So long as this store stands solely
and solidly upon the character of its
merchandise and continues to give
the grcntest value for the money
spent, so long will the masses 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, $io.-o and
$8.5o Suits at - - - j7.
$25, $22-50, $18.50, $15,
and $12-50 Suits and
Overcoats - - - - - - -
$8.50, $7-50 and $6-50
Overcoats at - - - - - - - - 5
$20, $18.5o, $15, and
$12-50 Prince Albert
Coats and Vests - - - 010
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
Sin 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 yoai want.
M,. L KINARD,
CLOTHIER THE FOR PEOPLE,
138 Main Street,
(CLUMBIA, s. 'C.
Mandarins Tangerines, (or
Kid Glove Oranges.)
Fine Ripe Grape Fruit.
Choice Sweet Oranges.
Choice Eating A pples.
Choice Messina Lemons.
Choice E gaporated
Apples and Peaches.
California Raisins and Prunes.
Fine Eating Irish Potatoes.
Cabbages, Turnips, Etc., Etc
F. W. Habmicht.
W. L DOUGLAS
R~i~ IE CALF&KANGAROQ
~ $3.59 POUCE,350L1.S
- L..AIES -
OverOne Million People wear the
W.L.Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
Al our shoes are equally satisfactory
T7ey give th es*e orthe'aonet
IF urdlr1 ano supply you re Soldb5
W. J JIINON,
7-3 Rudgeway, S. U.
I L.olinc, Dra.wing. YMe..
T. M. B)ULWALRE.
CUT PRICE SALE.1
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 se: _
more in 1S9.5. To get a good start and prepare for Spring we will, for the
NEXT SIXTY DAYS, bell at
CUT PRICES ! +++
The first item is Dress Goods, which we offerat New York wholesale price,
with nothing added for freight or expense. We have a good assortment, and
it will pay yt.u to see them, and bring the cash with you.
Big .Bargains in Flannels, shawls, Bal Skirts, Underwear.
Large Lt of JeasS, Kerseys, etc., for men's wear, at factory prices.
' - r . rment offering at first cost-all at
T1e t ,rgajfit, : mI 1 I.. L-. we ever saw. We have a man's Felt Stiff
Hat at 75c-good style zaid cheap at uouble the price.
We are anxious for trade and want you to come tosee us. We claim to
Good Quality and Low Pricess
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.
All parties indebted t.o 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 once.
All parties owing us will be given a reasonable time
to settle; after that all unpaid notes or accounts due
us will be placed in suit.
T. H.* KETCHIIN & CO.
Headquarters for Millinery.
TiUMlMED AND UfNTRIMMEl) LADTES', M lSES' ANDCH;ILDREY'S
Ila's in all the late,-t shuapeao. A large stock of Ribbonss, F'aucy Fe.athere, Birds
and Tip<. Fancy Pins, B~uckhe<, Velvet e, Silk-, Cre; es an J o;-er goods phr
tainling t) this department. As we have a large s:oek of these' a"'ds which
mnst be sold ini season, we have mar ked onr pics Ga tiheinm nI~. Now is
youir -imc to come and buy' at J. O. 1BOAG'S.
>sStaple Dry Goods.s<
Nsovelty as d Soni.! ( o'er 1I -- Go. as a f varieg~
0 ~ Com an~d ui foria.~ ~ b hary u uu fo ~
CROCKERY, GL ASS W ARE,
be found at -.J. O. BOAG'kS.
Road Carts, and One and Two-horse Wagons.
3. . Boagv
H iitYon? I
IThe management of the
Equitable Life Assurance
SSociety in the Department of - -
the Carolinas, wishes to se
*cure a few Special Resident jv'~ :~ 'r~'
A~gents. Those who are fitted :t?L zii An r.
for this work will find this
& A re potlty Just Received and for
SIt is work, however, and those Salee
$ who succeed best init possess $ Aca, d ..1 Ii--- YOUNG M A RES
* character, mature jndgment, un MUi..S. w66- I ni:t sal cheap
Stact, pe-rseverance, a::d the t or Cai-h ..r n ,ime. oa:il nexst-IdI"
I it h go. sppr. v:-t ;ap:-r.
Srespect of their commnunity. j i a ;oeeaa am ot thcee
*Think this matter over care- I Marse- ts'r M ale-. Per-s n.. wi~hing to
fully. There's ani unusual gr~e e s ock wn P ao w'*n to~ carl and er
thmineor t hem~ f WbLfor On s le r .
opeing for somebody. If a $ a'altsi~o' '~i~ Ie r'
fits you, it wiil pay you. Fur- $ A Fevy Milch Cows for Sale.
thr nfrmtin nrequest- 4 Also a Few Buggies.
W. J. Roddey, manager,
i Roc iu, ,s. C. A.W L I RD
C'm : eye n W inus-borr, S. G.
BRlEAKFAST--sUPP5ER. DR. DAVID AIKEN,
Ef P P SS. s
GRA.TEF UL--COMFoRT ING. ~illua i ~
OC A r~ale ~d~ewa .. every *V.a ues
BOILING WAT~ERt ot MILK. NOTIE> . .~i