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WINNSBORO, S. C.
Thurs lay. May 30 : : : 1,5
THE Republican Convention, of
Ohio, endorses McKinley for Presi
dent. His nomination would make
aulier square fight on a high protec
tive tat iff and a tariff tor revenue only.
Tae OI.L:Ium is against the free and
unlim. ted coinage of silver.
Ar a recent meeting of the execu
tive committee of the Cotton States
and International Exposirion an invi
tatiou was extended to Ion. Ienry
Watterson to deliver an address at the
Exposition on Kentucky day, Noven
ber 16. Mr. Wattereon's reputation
as an orator will insure a large at
tendance on that day.
THE Dibs case is somewhat aimalo
gous to the cAses in this S:ate, though
we think that there is a great deal of
force in the position of the Sta'e,
especially in the registration cases, that
th3 difference is that in the registration
cie it is contended that the Circuit
Court had no jurisdiction to grant the
injunction. If the Circuit Court had no
jurisdiction, then it would seem that
the order of injunction was a mere
nullity and there is no order to violate.
A GOOD and great man is lo.t to the
'ou'ntry- in the death of Secretary of
been a man universally ! espected, re
gardless of political parties. He was
on ce prominent .in the Republican
party, but. finally became convinced
that the tariff reform policy of Presi
dent Cleveland was right, and he had
the courage of his convict ion to join
the Dlemogra~tic party. All of his
associates in the Cabinet seem to have
been warmly attached to hinm as a man
by his lovable character.
TO THE WOMXEN OF SOUTH CARO
lirs. Andrew Simonds, Chairman Women's
In view of the fact that we have
accepted as a state Atlanta's cordial
invitation to be present at her great
Cotton States' Erposition, it now be
hooves us to see thct we go properly
caparisoned and make a creditable
There is no longer any doubt as to
whether South Carolina will be there.
That question has been definitely
settled. We will be there in friendly
competition with all the other States
of the Union. That we have no ap
propriation from our Government,
necessitates thegreatest personal efforts
on our own part, and especially on the
part of the women who are to be rep
resented by a separate exhibit of their
own in the Women's Building. Owing
to the personal good favor of the
president of the Women's Board this
room is in the most conspicuous and
important position. It remains with
us to dhake it either an object of just
pride for the whole State, or but we
will not contemplate the possibility of
failure, as we do not recognize it.
The time, however, is growing very
mhort between now and the hour of
our triai. I have therefore judged it
mecessary a~s chairman of the Woman't
Commission for South Carolina, to
write this appeal myself, to every
woman in the State, and to personally
entreat all those whose eyes may read
these lines to do what they can toward
the much desired result-that of show
ing that South Carolina, if she has had
perforce te drop behind in the march
of progress, is not behind in brain,
s pirit and energy, the three essentials
In the World's Fair at Chicago the
attention cf Americans was to a great
extent turned aside from their own
exhibits to the magnificent foreign dis
plays, but in this Southern Exposition
the direct laze of the North, East atnd
West will be directed towards the
southern and cotton states. We are
one of these Shstl we stand a-hamed
amiong our sisters? Let us thetn bestir
6.mrselves in es~nest.
Through thie proceeds of one ent- r
t winn~ent which I hiave just given and
-& pr~vate subscription we have now a
li~ttle oyer a thousand dollars in the
Exchequer. We should have four
thousand to make an exhibit of which
we may feel proud and that is worthy
of us. Most of the other Southernm
States have more than this for their
wvoman's department. Charleston co'n
tributes one thousand from one enter
tainmenmt alone-cannot the other parts
of the State maise the rest? Bazaars,
fairs, picnics-all sorts of spring and
summer festivities m'ght be made into
moey-making affairs for the State's
good-a cause important now above
all others-we will have time to bente
lit our hospita's, churches, etc. after
wards,-when the good the whole
State will derive from a fine exhibit
in eachdepartment will imbue us all
with new ardor to work for our~
~As for the articles to 1 e exhibited,
by woman'e hand. Embroidery, china
painting, miniatures, drawings, laces,
wool carving, brass work, clay model
ing-anything artistic made by women.
The name of the maker and her section
of the country must be on each article,
and the price, if iutendeI for sale.
There wi 1 be munificent prizes of
money ay r.led by a competent com
mittce, for the best specimen in each
branch ot work, part of the money
raised will be devoted to this object.
Besides which, in order to maee the
South Carolina room a notable one in
every way there will b: an Art Loan
Collectiont, pe.sona lv supervised by
a comin ttee appointed for the- purpose.
In this, paintings, valuable old steel
plates, framed autograph letters of
great men, historic arms, clothes,
battle flag, pieces of colonial furni
ture, silver, miniatures, laces-in fact
any objects of art worthy of exhib'tion
are desired, The State teems with
uch objects, Eo we ought to have a
most interesting c)llc.ion.
To owners who wish to dispose of
these re ics or cLuiosities, this will
probably be a golden opportunity, as
nowhere else could they be so well
isplayed and to such large assemblies.
The prices and histories of each article
must be attached, and they will all be
catalogued by me and my coinm'ttee;
personally removed to the room des
tined for them; the small objects kept
in glass cases, under lock and the room
guarded night and day. It will there
fore be seen why we hi tve such urgent
need of mone -, for th2 expense of the
cases, the proper placing of the ex
hibit, the paying of the guards, and
the awards-the money over and above
our expenses can be added to the
award-fund; for whici at auy rate a
special portion w:l1 be reserved, be
sides what Atlanta will give.
Mr. Itoch:-, the State Com:niss:ouer,
wiil later -!nt i ub'lsh a sta'en nt about
All objeets for exhibition must be
settt to ine here at my address below,
ind any leiter of inquiry witl be
For the titne being, I am the wil.ing
wrvant of the state of ny adoption.
Let all w% ho feel a like enthusiasm
b- co-workers in the cause.
Mits. ANDREW SIMONDS,
4 South Batter., Charleston, S. C.
Four Big Success:!s.
hlaving th - ne-dd merit to more than
[Make .ood all i-h advertising claimedl for
them, the following four --emedies have
reached a phenomnenal sale. Dr. King's
New Di-eovery, for Consuiption., Coughs
nd Colds, each bott le guara teed; Elec
ric Bitters, the great remedy for Liver,
Stomach an.] ianeys; Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, the test in the world, and Dr.
King's New Life Pills, whien are a perfect
pill. All these remedies Lre guaranteed
to do just what is claimed for them and
%e dealer whose name is attached here
with will be glad to tell you more of them.
Sold at McMaster & Co.'s Druz Store- *
Still on Top.
The story as to how Joe J. Wim
bush, the negro detective, represented
to Sheriff' Williams, of Kershaw
ounty, that he was an escaped convict
from the Georgia chain gang, for
whom there was a reward, and got
imself carried back-to Georgia at the
spcnse of the sheriff, only to be
turned loose as soon as it developed
that he was lying, has already been
told. There is a sequel to the story.
Sheriff Williams became very much
wrOught up at being ontwitted by
he negro, and procuring requisition
papers, had Wimbush arrested again
vith a view to bringing him backt to
isouth Carelina. Wimbuish fought the
application for requisition, and the
ase went before Governer Atkinson.
[t seems that under the laws of Geor-.
~ia in regard to such matters, a copy
> the warrant of arrest must be at
ached to the requisition papers.
herif Williams had the original war
ant attached instead of a copy. Gov
rnor Atkinson decided that the papers
ere defective, and Wimbush was
urned loose. Sheriff Williams may
'go and came again."
A Physician Prescribes Dr. Miles'
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.:
My daughter Mattle, agcd 14. was afflicted
last spring with St. Vitus dance and ner
vousness, her entire right side was numb
and nearly paralyzed. We consulted a phy
sician and he prescribed Dr. Miles' Restora
tive Nervine. She took three bottles before
we saw any certain signs of improvement,
but after that she began to improve very
fast and I now think she is entirely cured.
She has taken nine bottles of the Nervine,
but no other medicine of any kind.
Knox, lnd., Jan. 5, '95. II. W. IosTETrER.
Physicians prescribo Dr. Miles' Remedies
because they arc known to be the result of
the long practIce and experience of one of
the brightest, members of their prcfcssion,
and are carefully compounded by experi
enced chemists, in exactaccordance with Dr.
Miles' prescriptions, as used in his practice.
On sale at all druggists. Write for Dr.
Miles' Book on the Beart and Nerves. Dr.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Dr. Miles' Remedies Restore Health.
.....Blotanic Blood 13alm.....
The Great Remedyfcr the speedv and permanent
cure of Scrofuta, Rheumatism. Catarrh. Utcers.
yEczena. Eating and Spreading Sores. Eruptions.
and alt SKIN AND BLOOD DISEASES. Made
p fro the prescription of an- eminent physicians
p who used it with marvelous success for 40 years.,
p and its continued use for tift'en years by thou-4
p sands of gratefut people has demonstrated that
p It is by far the best building up Tonic and Blood4
Purfier ever offered to the world. It makes new
rIch blood, and possesses almost miraculous4
gr' WRITE FOR BOOK OF WONDERFULI
PCURES, sent frae on application.
If notkept by your local drgitsn Sro
medicine will be sent freight paid by
R OOD RI M GO., Altlanta, Ga.
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher'i
and Children. It contains neit]
other Narcotic substance. It
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee
Millions of Mothers. Castoria 4
feverishness. Castoria prever
cures Diarrhoa and Wind
teething troubles, cures coni
Castoria assimilates the food
and bowels, giving healthy
toria is the Ohildren's Panace
"Castoria is an excelent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me at its
good effect upon their children." k0
DjL G. C. Oaoe),
" Castoria la the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I bope the day is not u
far distant whenmothers willconsider the real ez
interest of their children, and use Castoria in- a
steadof thevariousquackn0osumswhichare n
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium, p
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful n
agents down their throats, thereby sending i
them to premature graves."
D, J. F. KcmCEoz,
Conway, Ark. A
The Centaur Company, T Mur
How Dr. Miles' Nen
of Kentucky's F
ness Men Bad
T e i e.i
"In~~ 188 anISE0 E hs itiever rse
A\ mtsand- att ra -: nrvous
.fewasdesaird f. ha ro et ao
hu sle acples, nthat stpe me
usesy upat iund the ac t1itv ie i:as-hou
hei this ontaityi~ c* ii aedlike
areofDr. Miles' estora 1t evin
In 1889 Iean~ to 1h imrv.d in one:
nth vercuch tbote rpis c evteyb
fce mnth hae recmmende our nremec
fe wasm despaied o thn md or: n do
t e s rmais t o e.u~l tol. 1b
gteong troubls fora titee y.,aears and
odit. .pSeing n the NervtLtin a ore
Weng i n tis o itecellent eamli.(
lerek f. Miles' sot': Ner
usin it, IbeWGn E impov a in on
since. an .-..e r eco. Ordersy iilemeh
rof whm has failed ay tatk e ok doig
nerou trubles afcr tiro ears
DRnt .SEn how thEERehds
u:esigian i noweinl erceeto hth. 03
rimeadel .:euinsv-.les. C
'I_.we ! ll IG l) i. . i bI
Drug - Store.
Chloride of Lime
Late Cabbage Seed.
Hires' Root Beer.
Soaps and Pertuiery.
Teas 'and Vinegar.
Extra fine Smoking Tobacco
and a fine
Assortment of Pipes.
W'innera Dag S~tore.
ANEW 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
Columbia and Augusta. Save
your express charges.
1 W. PHILLIP
ro (which. Lct ew:.- i9,0).14. t
hads high~jet hiaci: i~ i w hite points,
made. will serve at limi'd maa 'r
mares at my plc-Filgdc
TERMS :$19 00 to iisc (U.. f,
7.00season: witholu1 ii:ace
payb!( in dvac.
The m a eent of thle
Equitable Life Assurance
Sciety in the Departmen~t of a
thet. Carol:ssc, v;ishes to se-'
resectof hi commnit. y
Thin C': mager oer c..r- LZ
* fts yo, it ~-v:! pay you . u
$ 'thrinfor~smaion on~: reqet -,
* tW. J. oddcynOi recager,
CAYEAIS1 JRA ARs
CAN I OBTAIN A PATENTt For a
o nwr and an honest opinion, write to
NEUSN CO.,who have had neariv fifty years
xprience in the patent business. communmea
tions strictly cornfldenitiai. A Ii nn dbookt of In
Iormationl concerning~ P'atents and how to ob
tan them sent free. Aiso-a catalogue of mechasi
ical and scientiic books sen~t free.
Patents taken through inn & Co. receig
9ecia notice in the !cifeie:ti ic Anmerientn- anlt.
bs are brought widely b'efre~ the publiic witht
out cost to thle inventor. This miendid raper.
issued weekly, eegantly illst rated, ha -by far ihe
argest circulation of any seitidic worig :: the
world. $3 n rear. apnT'i corie: sat free.
Buidig Edition, monthlT. el.50 year. Sinale
cnies 5 cents. Evcry n umber contains bea
tifu pltes incolors, and photograiphs ot net.'
houses. with plans, enablingc huilders t o sh't the
latest deigns~ and secure contracts. Addires
IU N CO. NEWV Yo1s 361 BROv.n
Ho' Hiou-Co Plants.
!AEa choice collectionl of' hot
. p r twe-. Also fifty
se eccvtnrieti of ( hr-yunthemamfS.
wwi:.p!:tm -o ,6. (
2: if 2 is .1. A. IlINNAN i'.
prescription for Infants
er Opium, Morphine nor
is a harmless substituto
Syrups, and Castor Oil.
is thirty years' use by
estroys Worms and allays
ts vomiting Sour Curd,
Colic. Castoria relieves
tipation and flatulency.
regulates - the stomach
and natural sleep. Cas
a-the Mother's Friend.
Castoria Is so well adapted to chillren that
recommend it as superior toany prescription
own to me."
H. A. AuER, . D.,
ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
'Our physicians in the children's depart
eat have spoken highly of their exper
:e in their outside practice with Castoria,
id' although we only have among our
edical suppUs what is known as regular
ducts, yet we are free to confess that the
erits of Castoria has won us to look with
ror upon it."
UsrrED HosmL A.N;D DisPmSaRy,
LLZ C. Smrr, Pre$.,
ay Street, New York City.
ine Brought One
*: j wr-r -.sme th wil/e
e :, .w-ha' pe. >lt. . Ulltce st
Lo-ciy c .0 in hebsicians
a:-er.: e. .xty 12boV ito
iarg C: : cr,:> t -s except by
t gve em -.6 tFor wiore-a
i p-entl2 Ieim-tCel tateI
montcu's c neI .: tuall curednow
>d a 'r :d my ondon for
tes o may <3my rinds tnot mny
lo, h.n...-:.ve.iOet them again.
es. (miton r ad sufr wicthaer
had ,. benteae y eeal thys i
withot a y pe cil mprend
aiclt ~ . iually curedmeshco end
od never fail-to recomndit."l o
2~.I ~b3 D.l W.CI~l lcnTON.
Ct* rzyc?Re~ ris o tes
so wille -ry emaga
ep hilon a seuered it sever a
ecuse cnrdse n cons mmenapit
k eeof ail opeommed t.
W.R.RABB Pre. HITO.
. Q. AVIS easdTres
ce : nps No 9W agto reet 3 DV r
Wst off~ ostoilce.
T. Q.- S Sec aver iens -
The Hot Weather
Will soon be on in fill force and you will need light goodF. We have them
in great variety and be.autiful styles.
White Goods in plain India Linen, very sheer and pretly, Checked and
Striped Na uslins, fancy effects, and Dotted Swiss.
Ucatif-I .styles in colored Lawns and Jackonets, fine Dimities and Swiss
with co:Wcd (ot5. ig variety in cheap Lawns from S. and up. Duck, Per
ais, Gingham, in variety of styles and qualiy. Satteeas for waists, band
sone ::d n<w.
We buvv ih.. third oi der in of those Silk Sbrt Waists. Take a look at them.
Ligh! ueight Strgcs in b ne and black, just the thing fur skirts.
Ju-! I C. ived, a second supply of Lace and Embro .eries, Insertions to
L i-i lei::ts are all the go; see thein.
: . .e-y in oi :b-, ltt have received new supplies aud the
- -, u. The gooids are sv isa A he prices right. We are endeav
ori.: ::0 and satisty (very cu-!wner by polite attention and nice work.
S HNS. + SHOES. Of
We ein please Von in ILi lite, for we have the gotids, and Ladies' Oxford
in l.iak and tar-all styles and'qu~lities.
Gc:.S White and Neg.igee Shirts, Gnsze Underwear, Ties, &c.
FULL LNE STYLISH STRAW HATS.
We want your trade and feel confident goods will never be cheaper than
now; so now is the time to buy. Come and see us.
CALDWELL & RUFF.
Headquarters for Millinery.
Til .li) AND UNTRIMMED LADIES, MIeSES' ANDCHILDREN's
ii.! . 1 ltest shapes. A large stocko i.':' : s, -Fancy Feathers, Birds
F:a:cy Pins, Backles, Velvete, S -k , Crei es an'. other goods per
: his department. As we have a izse Asock of these goods which
a th !i in season, we have m--: keti ocr ip ic' un them down. Now is
tn cume and bu at. J. 0. BOAG'S.
->Staple Dry Goods.z<
Novelty at d &edi.! Coler Dress Goods of various
styles and neterial. vit h Trimusirgs for same.
Fzan Goods and Notions as low as the lowest.
Colueand see for Lay:t
J. 0. BOAG'S.
Shoes, Hats and oier goods usually found in a general merchandise store t
be f ound at J. 0. BOAG'S.
Furniture, Sewieg Machines, Cooking Stov'es, Organs, Baggies, Surreys,
Roa~d Carts, and One and Two-horse Wagons.
T EHT Narrow in Tread.
BEST Light in Weight.
B IC Y CL E Beautiful in Finish.
MADE was christened as
WV. D. GASH COMPANY,
Eq ti tale uildng.Southern Representatives,
Sendfor atalgue.Atlanta, Ga.
Apply for agency.
SO UTHE~RN PA LWAY 00.PRKR'
Eastern Tiame at Columina and____P____.__North.___
May E. 8 5. |auy Daiy Dail
LI akoy11..... 5.40 10 .0..... 7.00 as
. .ranvnah.... ........4....... 113 p
r Cobi...... ....... 24 ....4 3.45 p blda
Lvoharlston..0 ...... ......2.p
A.rColumbia............11p...... . .......~
Lv. CAuusta................a 10.50 p[ 40 'p
" i sortvl............4..4a.4 a .5 2 p
" CJhnstons......... .... 12.06 a 24
Roo lli..............0... 2.0 a 7.20 p
ArlChbrlotte.... .......73.00 a 7.00 a 4.50 p
"Danville.............11.40 a 1.03 202
"Richmond...........4.40 p 4*40 p 60
"Washington .... .....8.30 pi 8.30 p6.42 a
"Baltimore. .. .... 11.25 p 11.25 p18.05 a
aPhiladelphia..... .... 3.00 aF 3.00 a10.15 a
oNew York ......I.:.. .. 6.20 ai 620 at12.53 p
South~bound. Diy al
" Philadelphi4 ..
" Baltimore..2...... ~9.0
Lv.Washington..... ~ l.1 1.4
Ar. Columbia............ o, : lar(teRd )thtsw t
".Tn............. I65a .s
"Granit'eville......atte e tin ofti
Ar. Augusta.... 80..42
Lv.Cohum ia. .......pe hul otb pruae
Ar Charleston.......yhngelewil o
Lv.Columbia........Iti te ig f ierMei
Ar.Savnflnnah... - --e; sbterta ils n
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Nos.33 nd 6 t. .... 7.20t ail.2 Throu5 p ~ nwlf oth hl y
man car Aug ..... 9.42 (Ta: .4 9.2 p it oa llDu~ si
N. B.-Nos. ..31.5 and d 11.1 enter4 p~Lqio nPwe ae
Sta~onCol.bi. .... d6.car0 and1 .4
W. A. TUR1~. . 1 11.1.05 : 9.35 as h tm'I e
E.13Rt.Y .u~. .. . . 11.5 p1.1 pC1.2a
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