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.EWS AND HERAWL CO.
W. D. DoUGLAss, Editor.
JAS. Q. DAVIs, Treasurer.
W. J. ELLioTT, Business Manager.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Tuesda3, April 9, ; ; ; 8
PEESIDENT CLEVELAND is tired of
having his good name slandered.
EvERToNE is wondering if it will
be Reed, McKinley or Harrison. We
should the rather be wondering if
'twill be Hill, Stevenson, Morgan -r
WE call the attention of the people
of Fairfie!d to the address of Messrs.
Woodward, Johnston and Davis.
Fairfield should be represented at the
IT is gratifying t9 see that nearly all
of the Reform papers are pleased dith
the action of- the "Forty" confei ence,
and condemn the utterences of Senator
Tillman in reference to it.
Uow would Tillman suit the Post
as a presidential possibility? That
"light in the West" is, as yet, the
"light that failed." And meanwhile
why he might not wait for it.
SHOULD the Income Tax case be
decided unconstitutionat' the proba
bilities are that an extra session of
Congress would have to be called to
ix further means of revenue. This]
tax was depended on in framing the
tariff duties etc., and should it fail the
revenue it was to bring will have to be
HERE is material for Col. B. R.
Hemphill, official champion of Wo
man's Rights. The Woman's College
has had thus far most of its chairs
filled by men. Col. Hemphill is now
callell on to prove that 'tis not from a
scarcity of genius among his "party,"
and to set thing. right if he success
fully proves this.
MB. PurTer ought to amend his
plana by adding those engaged in ti~e
Mexicanwar or their lineal descend
ants and-those in the Union Army or
their lineal descendants. With these
added, we don't believe there is a white
man in the State that 'onid be dis
franchised. We do not think the
plan should be ridiculed. In our
opinion, it is the best solution of the
question that we have seen.
THE visit of the Massachbusetts mills
people shows that there is a substantial
foundation for the prediction often
made that the South will somne day be
the principal marufacturing section of
this country. These' people may not
buld mills, but the day will come
when Northern mills can't compete
with tbe South and in consequence
will either have to su pend or move
TEE demand for smaller counties is
rowing considerably.. The people at
Blackstocks are anxious to take a elice
off Chester'and a slice off Fairfield and
form a new county with lackstocks
as the cotunty seat. Their plan is to
ruzn a straight l'ne just below Wood
wards from river to river and
then take off from Chester a slip
about ,six or seven miles wide. We
admit that some very strong arguments
can ba made in favor of smaller coun
ties, but until Fairfield becomes more
populated we do wish to see her lose
WE regret very much that Senator
Tillmnan is disposed.to oppose the action
of the "Forty" conference. The Senia
tor is now removed to a large extenat
from State politics, and lhe ought not
to interfere with this matter, espe
eially when the p'an seems to have
met with general approval. As the
Regiister says Tillman used to be fond
of telling the people to do their owna
thinzking, and he ought not to be sur
prised to find now that they propose
to decide for themselves how their
own business shall be managed. We
believe that the pevple are alive to the
importance of this constitutional coni
vention, and are anxious and willing
to have it composed of men fully able
and capable of framing a wvise con
stitution such that all the people can
=ckien'5 Arnica salve.
THE BEsT SALVE inl the world for Cuts.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Feve~r
Sores, Tetter,Chenped Ihands, Chilluolains
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and pns',
tively cures Piles, o:-no pay required l'
Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 23 4a.its t'
box. For sale by M'Ver & C"
nummlaS Je inud 3m~ Rj3 Unamitty
Whoever has kept posted with the
iews of the day has been gratified at
he accmitits given of the great inter
!t taken by capitalists at the North in
,he iidustries and resources of the
>outh. N u1ner'>Us parties in their in
lividual capacities an] several cotm
nit tees from corporations have vi-ited
md are now vi.i:inig our section in
earch )f factory sitea, inines, and
locations for other indtustries in which
to invest their money.
Especially is this true of the large
cotton manufacturing establishments
which have been forced to realize the
great advantages which cheap coal,
ine wa'er power, reliable labor, con
tiguity to cotton fields and conditions
of climate have afforded, and are now
anxious to put themselves on equal
footing with those wko have enjoyed
them. The occasion is at hand then,
when tnis good old State, which we
honestly beliere has more of these
advantages than any other in the
Union, should bestir herself dili
gently and reach for the prizes now
clearly iii view. With States as with
individuals it may be said truthfully,
that "each one is the architect of his
own fortune," therefore should we lag
bebind in our efforts to place ourselves
along side eur sisters now so actively
engaged in advertising their advan
tages, we have no right to expect, in
fact should not and will not reap equal
The Legislature failed to make pro
vision for our piesence at the Atlanta
Exposition, but our patriotic Governor
realizing the benefits to accrue to the
State by her proper appearance there,
determined to have her represented,
ha appointed the undersigned com
missioners for this county for the
purpose of organizing our people and
soliciting contributions of articles for
exhibition and :noney to defray ex
We therefore call on all without
reference to politics, race, color or
previous condition, to aid us in the
laudable purposes bad in view. What
ever of minerals, woods, mechani 3,
mercantile agricultural, educational,
horticultural and general industrial
eqmmodities you have, report prompt
lv with any money contribution to
WV. J. Jebnamn at Ridgeway or J. Q.
Davis at Winnsboro, who will fernish
information as to their proper disposi
We call especially upon the noble
women of the county for that aid
which can alone be devised by the per
severance and ingenuity so character
istic of these God-given creatures. W t.
solicit the kind overtures of the Fair
field Institute new well organized and
consequently abundantly able to help
in the good work. In fine, come one,
some all, whether you bring little or
much and help to swell this occasion,
the finest, the fairest the State has ever
had to build up her waste places, and
march in the forefront of the column
or substantial industry, enterprise and
progress. T. W. WOODWARD,
W. J. JOHNsON~,
J. Q. DAvis.
means so much more tha~n
you imagine-serious and
fatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
r~witand generally ex
ad can't wr,
ag temost relia
Iron Brown's fron Bit
ters. A few bot.
Bit ties cure-benet
comes from the
P1very frst dose-if
p qt to take.
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
Constliation, Bad Blood
Malaria, Nervous ailments
Get only the genuine-it has crossed red
lines on the wrapper. All others are sub
stitutes. On recels of two 2C. stamps we
wilt send set of Tn Beautiful World's
Fair Views and book-free.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MO.
It is in the tires and rims that Rambler
excellence is most apparent. They arc less
likely to burst or break than any others, and
are most easily and quickly repaired. All
styles Rambler Bicycles-Szoo. None better
a any pric-none so good for the same or
less. Catalog free.
SORMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. CO.,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
. J. QUA TTIA BAUM, I) D F.
for Infants an
rIam years' observation of
mllions of persons, permit us
It is unquestionably the best
the world has ever known. It
gives them health. It wi save
something which is absolutely a
Castoria destroys Worms.
Castaria alays Fevermishns
CastrAS cures D larrh wa an
Castoria relieves Teething I
Castoria 6ure Cnpation
Gastoria neutraliss the efeets of oW
Castora does not contain morphine,
Castoria assimmil the food, reg
giving headthy and natural .leep
C"pAr Is put M inoe-s bottl
DAn't allow any one to se yon any
that it is "just as good" and "w
See that you got C-A--T-0-1
Children Cry for P
For Over Fifty Years'
Mas. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUr has
been used for over fifty years by millions
of mothers for their children while teeth
in', with perfect success. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind ,olic, and is the best remedy
for Diarrhka. It will relieve the poor lit
tle sufferer immediately. Sold by Drug
gists in every part of the world. Twenty
five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
-Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
ke no other kind. 5-26txly
Childrea Cry for Pitcher's Casoria.
500,000 boxes Japanese Pile Cure
were sold in 1893 in the United States.
It is sold with written guarantee to
cre or money refunded. Winnsboro
Wvhn aby was sick, we gave her Codra.
When she wasa Child, she cried for~ Castoria.
When sheb bcme Mism, she clung to Castoria,
when she had children, ahe gavoihem Casewis.
AND SALE SABLES.
I STILL H AVE ON HAND
UA 8 for Sale.
FEW GOOD MARES.
FEW SECOND-HAND WAGONS.
FEW MILCH COWS,
I will sell cheap for cash or exchange
tem for dry cattle.
Winnbboro, S. C.
armers Who Want to
"Livo MIore at Home."
lave a g 'od 4:a: d - by rijanting
me of our.
Peas, Adam,' E-irly (.orn,
ljs' Tiiu-o lh I rish Potaw ..
amai Esr' v R~ose.
For' Field Crop.
at tail Millet, KafiL - Un,
A nuer Sugar Caine,
G-sken and WVhijte Dent Cor:.
Gldc n Dent and White Corn hxard-I
sn 'n 90 dtiys after plantinxg.
Cal Tar for rubbing over corn.
For farther information apply to I
McMASTE R & CO.
Under Winnsboro Hotel.
&EA FA * NOISES -U I
Soksl eot. -en tor book aripof R E
Castoria wi the patronage of
Sto speak of it without guessing.
emeay for Infants and ClUae
s harmless. Chiarea like it. It
their lives. In t Mothers have
ae ad paetIeally pefect as a
L Wind Col"o
nd Flatleny. '
ebonio ao gas or poeismus air.
pium,or othewrmareotc propert.
lates the stomach and bowes,
w only. It is not sol in bulk
thing els en the plea or p
a answer every purpose."
A New and Complete Treatment, consisting of
SUPPOSITORIE, Capsules of Ointment and two
Boxes of Ointment. A never-failing Cure for Piles
ofevr nature and degree. It makes an oprtc
th eknife or injections of carbolic hich
are painful and seldom a pern-anent cure, and ofe
rsultin in dea t unnecessary. Why endure
ths aTrrble disease? We guarantee 6
boXes to Cure any case. You only pAY for
enents received. $1 a box, 6 for $5. Sent by mail.
Guarantees issued by our agents.
the great IVERM and STOMICULUATOR and
BLOOD PURIFIER. Small, mild and pleasant to
fte, especially adapted for children's uso. 50 Doses
GUARATEES issued only by
WINNSBORO DRUG STORE
Wlnnsbore. S. C.
nasboro Drug Store.
'an reai Egies Bolrs oto
- GodAssrten ofMcieSp
rit orcal an se lhm tthi
ext 0ot. 3-12-1&7SNS
Firs.Btai Class Machn ls
CarepaSru, Engiets, Boilerrs, UCoers,
Ga s a ThSK she. , Iec s ASE tyd
Be set iasseous scicss for Sayes
ies tinue uS c for salen ear .y hu
Wite or grafl andople hdeonstat their
This y l fa ppgi the betburigspTnitn Bood
rich bloodanc pode almoticlo
emali poEtiadreads.ors rutos
anal WRITE AND BLOKO W DEES. d
CUrES, she ntreeto o n empinentpiion
adf rateptubypyople hoas duggstraed $thct
for ia barte btl,urn u5.p on icot ando
Puriier wevsent freght eword. Itmksy e
richD bAlood , adpsessalost, miacuo.
URS e nt reeon uapliate e
DR. W. H. WAKEFIELD,
of Charlotte, N. C.,
ll be in Wiinnsboro, at the Wi ms~
oro Hotel. on Thursdarv, April 18,
e day. Praclice limited 1o Eye,
. r., s and 'Tbroat. 3-30.1xtd
Apples and Cabbage,
Apples and Cabbage,
Fine line Cigars
Glenn Springs Water,
Glean Springs Water.
Shad Wednesday and Satur
T. X. L. when
Great Pain Alleviator.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Toothache,
Headache, Cold in all its forms, Cdts,
Sores, Bruises, Sprains and Lameness,
Diarrhcea and Cholera Morbus, Colic
and all Bowel Troubis, -- --
-*t-atway-relieves wvhon properly ap
T. X. ~PANY.
C. M. anager,
South Carolina Div., 230 Main Street,
Columbia, S. C.
For sale by
John H. McMaster & Co., Winnsboro,
. C., and Drs. Linder & Team, and
G. L. Rosboro, Ridgeway, S. C., and
all1 druggists at TWENTY-FIVE
f You Want to Know How
Good Buggies are Mae
Our seat frames are made of white
ish, thoroughly glued together at cors
rs and a sytrmetrical mirt cut out
Panels are made oval by arranging
the machine with a special rig we have
rotten up, so that when the seat is
inised it presents a convex surface,
hs causing the varnish to show to
ood advantage, and giving the vehicle
h andsomue appearance. teats are
boroughly ironet~to a pattern so that
they are all alike, and backs and tops
re interchangeable. The advantage
f this is that if you have one of our
uggies and wanit a cushion, back or
Lop we can send you one to fit. Panel,
are made of Blae Ridge Mountain
Our seats are made by Mr. Cicero
doore with a competent corps of as
We proudly chatlenge the world to
o-pare sears wIth us.
Mr. W. M. Patrick, of Woodward,
ias recently -accepted the agency foz
ur product in his vicinity, and will
e pleased to explain to y on the merits
(the "PREMIUM CAllOLINA
3AR0 IN -BGGY - CO,
Yorkville, S. C.
SPA NISH JA CK,
Sire I by Imported Washaingcton Par
OL (which cut own.er $2,000). 144
Ia.ds high,jet black with white points,
ade, witl serve a limited ,number of
nares at my plaa -"F. irfield .Stock
rERMS :$1O 00 to inasure (with f..al
7.00season without insurance
payable in advance.
.5 00 sing.e ser vice, pay
ale in advance.
W. D. DAVIS,
3-16 Monticello, S. C.
VALID DIVORC. S.
Otained in three mouths, For partica.
re, riteL. FULTON,
3-eG-m DnonTa s
WE HAVE RECEIVED ++
A HANDSOME LINE OF SILKS FOR SHIRT WAISTS IN
colors; also black and white. Blue and Black All-Wool Serges for
I skirts-fine quality.
A very choice selection of Pereale. A very pretty and large lot
ot Spring Prints. A nice assortment of White Goods in plaift
Lawns, Nainsooks, Checked Muslins, etc. A beautiful lot onew
style Embroideries, colored Embroideries for shirt waists.
This is to be a Lace Season, and we are ready to supply the -
msnd with an exquisite line in great variety of sty!es. Prices low.
Miss Keichin is back from market and our Millinery is now ready
for ins.>ection. Full of beautitul tew goods at prices that will
please. Come and see our new stock. Ever) effort will be made to
please you and we will not be undersold.
SHOES. * SHOES.
New lot of Ladies' Oxfords in all qualities and styles.
We sell handsome Shoes-Shoes that are comfortable and Shoes
that give service.
We have on the way, to arrive this week, Dress Goods, Lawns,
Duck, Crepons, Dimity, Hosiery, Mits, etc.
Come to see us, we wiil give you great value for your tnoney.
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 once.
All parties owing us will be given a reasonable time
to settle; after that all unpaid notes or accouits due
us will be placed in suit.
T. H. KETOIJIN & CO.
AL lvacdonld& Go. GET A
-far-!ie- Prcs ON YOU
As we wish to make room forin.Neebfrehsucamtc
Spring stock, we have marked ls tc naltelts tlsbe
our heavy Witer Goods, such as bogtt hsctadnvrbfr
CLOT HING, pol fti om~t. ooe
WOOLEN PIECE GOODS, Wektefloigpeonavai.
DRESS GOODS, . fte ilrva h eeiilec
way down out of sight. The CeitScu ut tol
winter is not yet gone and
YOU WILL NEED
WeWARM WE AR.
Wwilbeat "between season"
prices to death.OnloofbakCeit
Whentims ae hrdndAone S see, Sute atn ofnewSpin
scarcehweae o aiyreev
Wesswstcl iniae theultestestoer bee
DOLARtha ay ne s. rogh oti city bautfu nerayeor
peopmixe ofCheiot Saquniy. utspe
Checke Homepunnet 3coped y Anann-pcir
Willbea th recrd n F our These aireeals from abengstia eofet
immnse lne whic bracs all btue
IIA~~hflllA~ Cheouts u Suits t 1 erat $2nly
On ae sowin of bautfu lieiof
When timessaeciaardines moneneeicantsSSuitsat6ono
LO.TaRta n D OneI cufanelse. ie tNckerh
Cekdom s, TH 3c. therwavsad hdyandu
Wht oepn aR ASN. Spigerpe ydebyHtsae h
Wlbetherco~rd oVn~ nlobburt ehd ntiiy
immns23ne which emraeslthe
MuhO5UY ''YouDR. E.ts C. to yers,a$25
, to $1500,-anhenvitetatealien-torthre
are14 years, ate$1.50,si 175 and geon
lrckstuiock . C. on ieo unshnscnan l
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