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All eoas. on-c. co g --. ,business
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A 1W3 AN D 1jAL Co
IV. D. Doat r t Editor. .
W. J. EuTroee, Eas.aess Manager. a
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Taesday, Mareh 26, ; ; ; 1895
IF ore are to believe the press dis- t
patches the United States is on the 4
verge of *ar with three nations.
PEACE and unity is the cry at pres
ent, and we believe signs point to
wards it. But it is endangered by
every one pressing his own peculiar
notion of how to get about it.
COL. JNO. W. X. POPE's letter to the
State reciing the cause of the Register
in caangilg from a stauch Stra:rht
out to a rabid Tiliman paper is an
interesting addition to up to-dite his
To TaE Beformers of Fairfield
county we wish to address one ques
tion, and that in all earnestness. Are
you satisfied with a law that allows
the searching of a lady's private trunk?
The searching of the tunk of your
wives or daaghters, maybe. Does
this law meet your approval?
The forty conference to be held on
the 27th inst. will we trust be pro
ductive of the good it has in view.
Nearly all the counties have partici
pated in it to the extent of electing
delegates. Indeed all things seem
ripe at present for the final consum
mation of peace and unity which,t
immediately after the break some
years ago, (ar-seeing men of batlasidesa
endeavored~ to bring about as the only1
salvation to the prosperity of the State.
Strife has undoubtedly worn itself out
to a considerable extent, and the hard
times pressing sore upon .them, all
people evince a desire for a cessation
. of factional ill-feeling. Acting with.a
her sister States South Carolina has
always endeavored to advance. Hert
advancement has undoubtedly been ,
retarded by the last five years of po
litical upheaval. Now the majority..
of our people seems weary of it, and -
we trust in participating in conven-a
tions looking towardls a reunion they (
are apl sincere. Qa sincerity it de- e
jegtds, and laying aside the tricks of t
politics we~ leopp to see. rome co~nmon r
groundsof ur.irstanding reached. c
MxLL~i-At Cottage (grove, La., at'
J. S. Milling, aged 65 years.C
The death of thiis aged, and, promk
nent citirpa will cause a wave of sor
row all over North Louislans. For
gbnv'years h. has been impressed
i ~~ tbg. 4les thgt' W ever attacked
wl th~e mees he would succumb to,
th~diss~ One wcek ago Sunday he
contracted it and despioe the kindest
c.are of relatives and the assiduon'
qettention of Dr. C. H. Irlin, who at.
tended him, he never rallied from the
attack. In fact, Dr. Irion said he
despaired of his recovery because of
the idea he had conceived that it w ould
Around his bedside were members
of his family, Mrs. Dr. Knott and
Mr. A. Milling, a half brother, from
Fairlield County, S. C. Dr. Milling,
was a native of South Carolina, and
has resided at Cottage Grove sinc
1861, near the Academy and Bank's
Chapel at Cottag'e Grove. He leaves a,
wife and four children and three step
children, besides numerous relatives
and friends to mourn his death.
D~r. Milling was one of the most
eminent, most (eeply esteemed resi
dents of tJifs seetion of the State. He
k6seQe all those traits of character
;hat, won the admiration and love of
5is fellowtpen. HIe was a devout,
earxgest sind (hvoted member of, the,
p'resbyterian Church. As a physician
be ws emninent and skilled; as a
Sather and brother, loving, true and
lind; as a husband devoted and af
fectionate; as a Christianh approaching
to the perfection of a true faith; as a
citizen honored and respected, the ,
rare type of the true man in the fullest
attributes one of God Almighty's
At 2.30 o'clock yesterday he was
laid to rest in the place which he has
so 1oes honored with his presence
amid t~ae profound grief of relatives
and friends, Rev. P. Ii. Ilensley of
ficiating. The Times inl paying tribule'
to his worth extends sympathy to the,
sorrowing relatives. Hie who doeth
all things well, will crown wi h fitting
reward him, who has proven a true -
and faithful follower. So He giveth
His beloved sleep.-Srereport Times.
A Xiiion Friends. A
A friend in need is a friend indeed, and
not less than one nlion pe'ople have
found just such a friend in Dr. King's New3
-Discovery for ConsuriAion. Uouths, and
Colds.-.?f you have never ilsed thuis Great3
Cough Meilelne, ore ttial winl convin<-~e
vou'that it has wonder Tal curative powers
in all disesor'iiroait. Chest and j.un::s.
Each bottle 1s guaraniteed to no all tna' ie
claimed or'money will be refunldesI. Tii ~
bottes free at McMaster & Co.'s drug store.
Large bottles 50e. and St.OO.*
George W. Murray, the negro Con
essman, delivered an address in the
)urt House Saturday night and
ouday afternoon. Both speeches
ere substantially the same. He is
nyassiig the State speaking to the
groes on the constitutional conven
He was introduced by C. G. Garrett,
ho said that M urra-. was canvassing
ie State to arouse the negro to the
Lct that his ballot was about to be
ken away from him.
The following is a brief summary
! Murray's speech on Monday:
He began by saying that his speech
ould be pretty much a rehash of
hat he said last Saturday. He was
lad to see so many present (the Court
[oase was literally packed,) and he
new that most of them were present
t a sacrafice, but liberty was not
rorth having unless sacrifices were
ade to obtain it. He quoted Patrick
[enry's famous utterance: "Give me
Lberty,*or give me death." He gave -
brief statement of the h'story of the
nfranchisemant of the negro. Many
f the negroe's friends in .the Union
krmiy thought that the negro ought to
e emancipated, given the benefit of
uolic schools and then given the right
i suffrage after twenty years. Others
bought that he ought to be not only
mancipated but given the ballot.
he plan of the latter prevailed.
durray thought this was a mistake.
Rje negro was ignorant,inexperienced
Lrd credulous, and he ought not to
tave been given the sufrage until he
ad been educated. He thought, how
ver that the white people among whom
e had lived had made a mistake in
ot taking hold of him and leading
im in the right direction. He then
poke of the time when the State was
nder a military government, of the
eriod between '65 and '68. He then
ook up '76. How Hampton and the
, bite people had told the negro that
he government was corrupt, and e
)egged for the negree's help to over- t
,brow it, promising that his liberty
nd property would be guaranteed to
im and protected. "A little and a
ittle had been pinched until now Mr.
rilman wanted to take it all." He
poke of the influence of the ballot.
Iow the negro had no vote, there
*re had no influence, and hence fre
Iently was denied his rights even in
ourts of justice. He said that the
)ledges of 1876 had never been fu1
He disclaimed any idea on the part
f the negro to dominate. Hie said
hat the negro, after thirty years' ex
)erence, had found out that wealth
nd bra'3in oall rn'~e even if their
iossessors were in the udnority. He
iscussed the registration laws, how
hey were intended to hinder registra
iyn and not to facilitate the citizen in I
is exercise of the ballot. He thought
e laiw would be declared unconstitu- 1
ional by any honest court They had w
mployed lawyers to take the question
the United States Supreme Court,
d they proposed to fight it if it took
m years. They had gope into a court
bat knew no factions and "had no
and cufa on it." They proposed to
nk for injunctions restra~ining the
overnor from issuing certificates of
lectio,n to delcrates to th~e constita
Lonal convention, to get mandamuses
equiring registratio-a supervisors to
pen their: books. As many as could
rould vote. If the constitution wadn't
ach that they conld livo under, they
rould kniock up the registration laws
ud thereby have the constiirionm itself
eclared null and void.
means so much more than i
you imagine-serious and
fatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.
Dori't play with Nature's
r w ls and generally ex
b ave no appett 4
and can't wk, 4
begin at once tak- 4
ing themost rella- 4
bie strengthening <
Brown's Iron Bit- 4
ties eure-benelt 4
Dctter fro the 4
~ pleasant to take.
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
CoItgaton, Bad Blood4
Malaria, Nervous ailments
et onl the genuine--it has crossed red
lines on te wrappler. All others are sub
il send set ofrn rBeautiul'Worlps
Fair Views and book-free.4
ROWN CHEMICAL. Co. BALTIMORE, MD.
Jse Barnes' Ink
S BU NE's &CO, 5'E. lethM St,. .
HAIR BALSAM I
atean's Drops, Godfrey's
most remedies for cIldren
Do You Know that opium and morpl
Do You Know that In most countrief
without labeling them poisons?
Do You Know that you should not
unless you or your physician know of what il
Do You Know that Castoria is a pu
its ingredients is published with every bottle
Do You Know that castoria is the P
That it has been in use for nearly thirty ye
of an other remedies for children combined I
Do You Know that the Patent Off
other countries, have Issued exclusive right
"Oastoia-" and its formula, and that to I
Do You Know that one of the reao
beas Castoriahad been proven to be aba
Do You Know that 35 averag
cent, or one cent a dose ?
Do You Know that when possessed
be kept well, and that you may have unbrol
Nell these things are worth knoi
Childrdn Cry for
COoSBTyILLE, March 23.-The fim
rs have started their plows and ther
a good deal of land being ploughe
The road! are beginning to dry i
me. There has bcen some goot
rrk done on them arcund here.
MeFsrs. W. R. & J. D. Boulwar
ave started their saw mill. Th
Corner" now has two grist mills
r. W. U. Traylor and W. R. & J. I]
oulware grinds corn one day in eac
Our school is getting along ver
iely. The "Corncr" was foetunat
isecuring Mr. Robinson as thei
~acher. He is a "hustler" anidi
ving entire satisfaction.
We had a call from one of~ Ti:
sEws AND HERALD men last '.vee
o spent the night with ca. We er
ed his company very much. B
s e.u his way to the "Dark Corner.
l:ever heard whether he foundl it
ot. I think Sherman caraied it u
ortlh when, he passed throng'x htere
am pretty sarei it hasn't been he!
nce the war. , C.
ildree Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
ibicycle building. In them
the least possible weight of
material is arranged to give
the greatest strength. There
are no weak spots and yet
there is not an ounce of super
fluous metal. They are.made
for service and speed,andare
fully guaranteed. All. styles
are the same price-$oo. A
handsome descri~ptive catalog
may be had foir the asking.
GORMULLY & JEFFERY F . CO.,
The angemien of' the
Society in the Department of 0
the Carolinas, wishes to se
eure a few Special Resident
Agents. Th~ose who are fitted
for this work will find this
AP are pportllifty I
It is wor/:. h2a:ever, and those e,.
who succeed best in it possess
charactezr, mature judgment,
tact, p.erseverance, and the9
rspect 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 iaformation on request.
W. J. Roddey, Manaer,
RokHi:l, S. C.
Examination of Applicants.
fl E Cn'y PDoard of Examiner-e
w it me-" t :it Winnisboro oni the
h 'm o' A pril next for the putrpos-.
fxense~1'& i-)aplies' for (Count'
whr certificates, and the transac
, f' il other bit ino'n thi may
T). L. 'T EV ENSON,
You Know that rareri,
,dial, many so-caled Soothing Syrups, and
omposed of opium or morphine ?
1ne are stupefying narcotic poisons?
druggists are not permitted to sell narcotICs
permit any medicine to be given 7er c
s composed I
rly vegetable preparation, and that a list ot
rescription of the famous Dr. Samuel Pich.
s, and that more Castoria Is now sd Q=
be Department of the United States, ad of
to Dr. Pitcher and his sMign to use the word
:tate them Is a staft priso OUens ?
ns for granting this government protecton W
doses of Castoria are faished for 35
of this perfect preparato, y ch0i Mq
ing. They are fact
JI'V i relieves
T.X. L. o p ry
e %Us T L applied.
a R. PA..
Great Pain Alleviator.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Toothache,
eadache, Cold in all its forms, Cuts,
Sores, Bruises, Sprains and Lameness,
Diarrhoea and Cholera Morbus, Colic
and all Bowel Troubles.
It alway relieves when properly ap
ST. 'X L. COMPANY.
ir C. L'I DEMPSEY, Manager,
South Carolina Div., 230 Main Street,
Collumbia, S. C.
For sale by
John H. McMaster & Co., Winnsboro,
. C., and Drs. Linder & Team, and
G. L. Rosboro, Ridgeway, S. C., and
all druggists at TWENTY-FIVE
SHas sustained-it. rutation for 18 years
as being the stadad remedy for the
tsGout, Sitce nel ef~ m
It is endorsed by thousands ofPhy*
cins Xmlv~tbeandbuilds up rom the
ra dse. 'It never fails to cure.
bottles for five dollars. Our 40-page Pam
phlet sent Free by Mail. Address,*
O urang's Rheumatic Red Co.
1316 L Street,Washinfgtonl, DC.4
earth. They act with an ease that makes
:them a household blessing.
TRIC 2s CTiTEE BOX, or 5 BOXES TOn $1.?
JACOBS' PHARMACY Co.,
Wholesale Agents, Atlanta, Ga
W. 0. McKEOWN &c SONS,
*First Class Machine TIools
Can s epair Enginses, Boilet s, Cotton
Ginis, Threwhers, Tnjctrrs. Safety
Vaeves, et c.
Dst Classes of Machinery for $:ale
A (Good As-ortment of Machine Sup
]pies kept in Stock for sale.
Wrie er call and see them. at their
I(ouhern f. R.) Chester Co.- 8. C.
This ntill- iappear :rgdu the firstof
inext mont ha. $-12-1l
Burial Cases and Caskets.
THE UNDERSIGNED has a fnit1
lne tr 'he l:,ist :letighs in
t mal roe: pr- es. Orclers jil't8
tand Th o.k 'ui Is..-- ;- a ptr 'nage,
[ ' a f.> a share er it : future.
Ie.r s. furzilsh d v . e ordercd.
CO~ )COC Al
hoice Eating Apples.
Choice Messina Lemons. 1
Red an~d Yellow Omons.1
ine Eating Irish Potatoes.
ine Assortment Mackerel.
Breakfast Strips and Hams.
resh Fish and Oysters..
ice lot Early Rose
F.e M. absnicht.
AND SALE SABL ES.
I STIL J H AVE ON H AND
A FEW GOOD MARES.
A FEW BUGGIES.
A FEW SEGOND-HAND) WAGONS.
FEW MILCII COWS,
I will sell cheap for cash or exchange
hem fot dry cattle.
Winnsboro, S. C.
The Trhoroughibred Stallioni,
will make the season of 1895at Winns
ob ,1 and a~t yarm for $15 fir comn
non01 mzares an'd $2.5 for thorouIghbred
inare. Colts insured. lie is a grand
son of Lexington and a con of the
elebraed E:.qurer. Damn Analyne
w Jack Ms.lone, he by L xingtn, ont
f Gloriansa, by Amneri'-an Eclipse.
Ruidarer's colts are stylish. srentle and
~peedy-o'essin greait botton and
Constutution. lie has beeni fifty-ftive
times a wirne'r and as miny times
placed. The well knowna sireb-, B ne
Eyes, Falselt:0, Dew lDrop and Faustus
are by Enaquirer, while Mamnie Grey.
is dauilnler, produced Domino and
JOHN G. MO)BLEY.
- -24-6mn Winnsbere, S. C.
of eerynatur an d~g~ ee make an operatbon
resulting in death, unnecesary. Why endure
o.t i n die"Z*? o W e ganeeo6
eneits received. s1 a bor. 6 'cr 35. Sont by mall.
cuarantees lisued by our :;er~.s
lake, especially adapted for childrena.us. i0 Doses
U issEa uocd only by
WiNNXSBO1R( DRUG sTORE
Winnsbere. S. C.
5. COlt OVAN.
- EXTRA V-INE-.
OverOne Millon People wear the
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
KA our shoes are equally satisfactory
T"'" giv tle st vat ue fr t m egj
jifyordalcafrot supy yury .n oldbj
W. .J. Jolt NMON,
-3 Ridgeway, s. C.
Our Miss Lilla Ketchin is r
uying our Spring Stock of-Mil
nstructions to buy a FULL StO
nce and taste is a guarantee th.
e worth seeing. We want yot
rill fix the prices to suit the tim
We are now receivir
Goods in all lines
every one, We stt
One Ton Cott
For 375 Lbs. Middling Co
This is the offer we are now makiw-r i
farmers to the cheapness of Cotton 6
commercial fertilizers. Taking the C
at 13c. and 15c. per lb., respectiv -1r,
fertilizers, phosphoric acid at 5c. and 1
Cotton Seed eal-Analysis, 8 per
acid, I pei cent petash. Cominet
freight to Winnsboro.........
Commercial Fertilizers-Analysis, 3 pei
acid, 1j per cent potash. Value at
The altove shows a difference of 4
meal over high grade fertilizers, and:
less than you can buy standard fertilizi
BOUTHERN RAILWAY CO.'
Yastern TIme at Celuan and Ps. North.
Iorthbound. No3Q @ I AMA A
M'eh.'17. 159s.ay DUI. Del3 Denly
v. Jacksovine@.- 1.00 6 .. ...
v. Savanh.... 3 .........
Ar. Columbia...... 7A a.' ... ...
(V Charleton. ... T.10 a 5.30 .......l.......
Ar Colutabia... 1,15 a 10.30 ........
"...to......... .... ...... 12.18 2.rp
.r.Co.ubia...... ...... ..... 2.5 a 4 p
G'r Columbia.. 8.20 p5.08 a 5.05 af 4A46 p
"Winnsbor@ .... 9.15 8.07 a 8.0 at - .01p
"..heter,.......9.5565a8.6 a16.50 p
" Rock Hill...10.23 p7.25 a11.4 at 7.28 p
"Richmond... 8.00 a1 8.25 p6.5 pi 8.00 a
"Washington ....I 9.4a 9p 9J -j6.43a
" Raltimore...11.00 aii11s 111.5b 8.5a
-Philadelphia. ... 1.15 p~ 3.00 al3.0 10AttOB.a
- 'v York. 3.33 6.28 25
Lv.New Yoi~k......0 lint 13.15nt 4.30 p
"Philadelphia.... 5.5 p 72 6.5
"Baltimore..... 837 9.42a 9.42 a, 9.20
b.Washngtonl..... ...p11111.01 a1 10.43
L.Rcmond...1240 a,12.80 i 1230 12.4) a
L.Dnvlle..... a .5 .3 .
L.Charotte.. . .110 p .5
" Rock Hill.....-- 0 .1~15l .W
"Chester......5a 2~ 22niO1
"Winnsboro.... 14a L4 ~lJ
Ar. Columbia.. ..-... 1.0a .0a 2 22
" Johnstons....,,.a 2.9
" rentn.............. .2n30
"r AGae.l........... 72 j33
Ar~hrleton~..@ .40 5iJ . 8.4 0 p
8.v.Co.5 1105 ps.5a
Ar.9.28 a .1.51 118.p.6
Not. 3 an 3 0.3 a 1l.4 Sha 1.14 aL11.a
ited.Pullan 1.40~n a 2.20i ar. a n.2 d
No.35 Wshin.to ,... 6.05er a 2.2edp
Ar. Augustr..A...... ..... ..... Yor3. S3. pi
maCareusto....A 1.0a an..... lo4tep
n.Columbaio........ 1 . b.30 di....... an, d
"k Jaksongile.... 7.nd ba.g a B....... 7.
No. 33 TUnd 3 S .adH. hrt Lie Li
[e. PuKlY Soptng osDinin cS. and
MEs,s coah SmGt. utin. Jaeksonill
maatran wth int s oforehif
Cheapes and Mo.Fst Popul.
Union Sation Columbth, bet. diA nw
asko passnes an bae bought Si.
. . PHILLIP
E.BRE O, uT,CE1.S.C
A NEWSUPPL SOFII
low in Baltimore
linery. She has
:k. Her experi
t the stock will
to see it. We
ig the first arrival of Spring
and ask an inspection from
idy to please both in quality
WELL & RTJFF.
on Seed Meal
tton, Payable. in the FalH.
mud we desire to call the attention of
ed Meal at present as compared with
lema#n College valuation of ammonia
i cot on seed meal and in mixed
otash at 5c. per lb., we have the fol
ant ammonia, 21 per cent phos.
cial value at Charleston with
........... ....... ......$2920
- cent ammonia, 8 per cent pho-.
7.80 per ton in favor of cotton seed
et we are selling cotton seed meal for
EFIELD OIL A FERTILIZER CO.
K Macldonald &-Co.
HR ADQUARTERS FOR
As we wish to make room for
Spring stock, we have marked
our heavy Winter Goods, such as
WOOLEN PIECE GOODS,
way down out of sight. The
winter is not yet gone and
YOU WILL NEED
WA RM W E A R.
We will beat "between season"
prices to- death..
When times are hard and money
YOU W Yf YOUR D!)LLA R TO
GO A l.0%d WAYS
We will give you more for ON
DOLLAR than any one else..
We will treat you right and
save you money.
Checked Homespun, at Sc. per yd
White Homespun at 3c. per yd
Will beat the record on Flou r
A. ACDOAL & CO.,
Blackstock, S. C.
Raisers of Prize Hogs, Ship
pers of Dairy Butter, Sheep
Raisers, and Farmers in
Plant the "Gohtlen Tankard UDe ''
the best bee-t 1.r -tock. Verw promzic
and the mos: ::ut ri4iou- bee pl tnted.
Kaffir (orn for an abunidancee of
green 1edC; Eniriv Amber and E~nly
Orange Sugar Cane.
Golen Dent , Adam 'Early C'in
and Everg en Su:.:r <orn.
Ano;he'r sup;.ay of B isse' T~iumiph
anti Severd 4 r.p Ejarly P'.itato -~
Red .,eekk: V .entrin.-. G .ben:
va, lack Vw ax s x we-' ks, '-onzta
ernz Fat I I': ~e or (C;' a - -wek, arail a
Vt: ier y oaf t her Be.ans,~ ra.bbMe e .cd,
e te , ett
~ ot.'oa- s in: 0 ).tijniuts, D w:arf C.st..a
pj..:' 1roph- . *.T c - e'IC
Ith e.~ .r' i g I'iI er.tt d "e ;.ve
lthe br at buttera color..
A fresh supply of
(Chble..' e.-.C42tnde -ed Siisk, nn
a ne'as a.n u obh-r Gel-ain~e-, Co
arch, Essenaces, etc.
A~. a O.t of1 chioice Me,ia Loo:s
UIuemen.Le. no Mv.ena yone ::et-d a'a~
M cMST.ER & C