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WINNSIORO, S. C.
Thursda-, June 20, ; ; 85
THE Citadel Cadets camped in
Winnsboro about 1855. We should
be glad to h ive them in .96.
Now is the! time for the girls to ap
pear in pink wad blue ribbons and read
their essays as if they were afraid they
might be hear d. It is commencement
TIIE olumbia Register la; flopped
with Tillman, and now proel omi4 ;he
wisdom of Irby. It is s miewla .t sig
nifica 6t that the Register'.. fip fo lows
upon the heels of Tillman.
TuE wome. a-id children invite
General Ilatpt um to Char est n and
all Charleston give him a warm and
demonstrative receptio-, a t Tilman
gets mad and breaks a oemin pledge.
WHATEVER other counties may do,
we hope that Fairfield will cirry out
the plan adopted at the mass n.eeting.
It is fair and reasonable, and we be
lieve that a large majority of our white
yoters are in favor of it.
A SOUTH CARoLINIAX now residing
in Florida writes to the Carolina
Spartan that he heard Seniator Till
man's addr ess at Micanopy, and after
all of the fuss and fury in this State
over him he had expectr d to see and
hear a genius, but he was disappointed
and only heard Tillman on Tillman.
WILBERFORCE UN~IVERsITY, the olde-t
colored institution in the country, a mn
ferred the degree of L L. D. upon
President Cevelanad The Presid nt
has shown the inrti.ution :favors, and
the degree was conferred in return.
He declined the degree on the grund
that he is not a colege graduate and
having onc3 before declined a like
honor frmo one of the gr.-atest educa
tional institutie!. sin -h-: country. Some
peiple would thin:k it vs ry fortunate
for the Piesident that lie declined the
honor once before.
I-r is so:ne what a n. m a:kable st:t
of affairs that we~ ar talkinag every day
about the Con~tituti .nal Convention.
and nobody ever says anylthing ab.'ut
what is going to be pt- in the nwW
Constitution. It seems that it would
be the most natural thing in the world
when a Constitutional Conventionl is
called for everybody from the hutab
lest to the highest to want to know
what was going to be incorporated
into it. But not a word is said about
that. The whole question seems to
be, which set of politicians sha 1 con
trol the convention--that and nothing
THE REVERAL OF JU.DGE GOFF.
No reader of the News and C'ourier
need be surprised at the action of the
Circuit Court of Appeals in setting
aside the temporary injunction issued
by Circuit Judge Goff, restraining the
supervisor of registration of Richland
County from carrying out the duties
assigned to him by the law of this
On the morning after Judge Goff's
decision, when many were disposed to
accept the decision of the Judge as a
declaration of the law, we protested
against any such construction, and ad
vised an instant resort to the higher
Courts of the United States with the
oonfidentprediction tha't the diecision
wouldibe set aside as soon as it reached
aCourt which was enabled to take a
b4-oad view of constittionlal questions,
tinfluenced by party feelings or
preju'dice.' The result has been strrctly
in accordance *with our prediction, and
should the gqistion ever reach the
(upremne Cout't of the Unit-d S:ates
iwe are eonfi~dent that the decision of
the Court of Appeals will be affirmed.
'4s to. the regist ration law itself an 1
its general workings, as well as the
eetion law of which it forms a part,
wye h~ave too often expreesed our opin
ion. The whole scheme is one whbich
could only have beeu tolerate d under
the peculiar situation of affairs which
has arisen in South Caro~ina since ro
construction, and must be superseded
by an entirely different system if 1pop)u
lar elections awe to be in South Caro
lina a true mode of ascertaining the
will of the electorate. But this has
nothing to do with the far reaching
ecmsequences of permitting the Courts
of the United States to interferO with
and practically administer the political
machinery of a State. To-day the dte
cision might commend itself to one or
othE r par ty or fac~ioni into which the
State is divided, but tomorrow the de
cisiont of the silme Judge, or somec
other Judge, who might holhl his office,
might be viewed by the same faction
with alarm and distrust. Because for
th time Mei the decision brought
iome to the party which have con
rolled the State since 1890 the danger
)ns ground upon which they were
treading in pusoing their power to
sxtreme limits, and because it pointed
)>t to Ithem the dangers of division
amongst the whites in the face of an
normous majority of ignorant and
incapable citizens of another race pos
-esing the full right of snffrage. we
never for a moment 0-L sight of the
hangerous dctrines of the decision of
the Circuit Judge and. the trouble that
would inevittbly be brought up n the
State in case doubt were thuown upon
the rights of the Conistitutiomal Coi
rention to meet by reason of the stop
ping of the registration machinery.
It is well known that we have en
deavored tver since it became evident
that the Convention would be held to
secure the election of delegates who
would thoronghly rcp:. ssnt every it.
terest in the State. With this view we
actively cotmended the eflits made
by the" Senatcr' from Charleston, in
ombination with the more conserva
tive Reformers, to procure amend
ents t: the election law which would
have made it unnbjecti.nab!e to all
parties, and with this view we did not
hesitate to advocate the truce between
the two political fac:ion involved in
conference between Setnator Tillman
and Governor Evans and other Re
formers on the one hand and members
of the Conservative party on the other.
We believed then that the attempts to
agree that the Convention should be
elected under thc influence of a spirit
of concession and compromise, ra' her
than under the spirit of party zeal,
and for the sake of patty advantage,
would be of inestimable benetit to the
State, and we believe it now. When
the temporary itnjnnction seetned for a
monett to aive the atvantage to the
Conservatives we did not falter in our
opinion that it was no iine for a fac
tional fiel.t We are of the same
opinion still. Is it too much to hope
that, front ot e end of the State o the
other, good men an1 true, belong to
what party or faction they may, will
now jAn hands in the work of elect
ing to the Consitutional Convention
men who are capab!e of maLing a
Constitution which will do away with
tLe evi!s which al acknowledge
have arisen under the present instru
en', and yet will neet le requirc
-nents of the Federal Cons itution.
which will do away with any ntcessity
>r even the shadow of t xen-e for cor
upt elections and yet provide against
he debasement of the suffrage uy the
participation of a dene mass of igno
rant. and it respon-ible voters? Con
nendable efforts have been made, on
oth sides and in many coanties, to
his end. LEt the good work go on!
After the Convention has met and
e are protected from the dang trs
from which we suffered for eight long
Fears of corrupt government, and
which have menacted us ever since
876, then we can divide at will. But
:ill then let there be peace!
When the storm is over-when the
rocks are passed-when the port is
reached- the crew may separate at
will, but at present division meanls dis
ster, and strife speedy destruction.
Wews and Courier.
means so much more than
you imagine-serious and
fatal diseases result from
triflingr ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
If you are feeling
out of sorts. weak
r~w1TSand generally ex
husted, net vous,
begin at once tak
Iron zmedicine.whiich is
Brown's Ironi Bit
ters. A fewv bot
J~itterscomes from the
teeth, an d it's
pleasant to take.
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
Contigation, Bad Blood
Malaia, Nervous ailmcnts
Get only the genuine-it has crossucd red
lines on the wrapper. A!! oth-rs at e sub
stitutes. On receipt of two 2c. st-mnps we
will send set of TcBeautift: V.'W ld's
Fair Views and book-free.
BROWN CHEMicAL CO. SALTl3iCE. iMD.
rep~resent peric'..en y
ibicl buildintg. In~ th cm
the least possible v~cii;t of
mfaterial i:; arranged to give
the greates;t strength. There
are no weak spots arnd yet;
there is not an ounce of supe r
fluous meta!. Trhey arc made
for service and speed, and are
fully guaranteed. All styles
are the same price--bo:. A
handsome descriptive catalog
may be had for the asking.
GORMUL.LY & JEFFERY MFG. CO.,
WASHIN(GTON, D. C.
rho Leading Conservaiory of Am.'tica
CAr. FAEZ~er., DireCtor.
!oinded in 153 by
L. Tonri#e. ~iNPCb 0~t~
J." Send for Prosrpecta
id - giving full information.
Fa As W. H ALE. GcerraManacer.
aCiehesteir'e EngIsoh Dizmo..a Urnd.
cbalChichetrChemicalCo.,a n.. tu l e
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitch4
and Children. It contains n(
other Narcotic substance.
for Paregoric, Drops, Sooth!
It is Pleasant. Its guarant
Millions of Mothers. Castori
feverishness. Castoria prei
cures Diarrhoa and Win
teething troubles, cures c
Castoria assimilates the fc
and bowels, giving healtl
toria is the Children's Pan
"Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Da. G. C. OSGOOD,
"Casoria Ls the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant whenmothers willconsider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of thevatiousquack nostrum which ar
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Da. J. F. KicmELoz,
The Centaur Company, TIN
F' iA IL<
eured by DrJ
* II vratn~uhadhsl
of the American. people hias
made them especially subj-ect to
eadache, nervous prostration, aeu
algia, sleeplessness, 'etc. Dr',. Mtiles'
ervine was eslpecially prepad- for
hese cases. It has cured. thu~'isands
nd will cure you. Q .
Mr. Jno. J. Kirk, whose. por'trai~t v.c
cmpanies this, represeating the Ka
tonal Starch Man'E Co., of New
ork, has been AarQmirciatl tratveler
in Michigan, In~ana and Ohio for.fif
ten years, and-was a severe suffercr~.
[r. Kirk's, ells how he was cured:
" I have.been a sufferer frrom ter-ible
ciadaches tor years. Of late the-y be
zme so severe as to recur every cight
r ten days. lasting from twentyv-four
LQ forty-eight hours and oliiging me
>o go to bed. I went to IHot Springs.
.rk., Mt. Clemneus, Mich... and other
3sorts for rest and treatment, spend
ig both time and money withiout
~encflt;~returning, I would not be on
2hc road a fortnight before 'the same
d brain-splitting headache returned
id laid me up. I had known Dr.
[iles anld tihe gentlemen comi,osing
lec Dr. Miles Medical C'.. .intimately
r years. but it did not on- :e occur to
e that they were manufacturing a
smdy for mng until one day a gentle
an told me that his headaches were
DR. DAVID A IIRT- .
NT.. V-n'': r e .0 .-. o
DR.PE C IETER,
... -.-* . . . fifty
~w.ay pilantd for $1.uW
Pat roinize home enterpriz..
4 23 tf MRS. J. A. IIINNANT.
r's prescription for Infants
ither Opium, Morphine nor
Et is a harmless substituto
.ng Syrups, and Castor Oil.
ce is thirty years' use by
a destroys Worms and allays
rents vomiting Sour Curd,
d Colic. Castoria relieves
mstipatiOn and flatulency.
od, regulates the stomach
y and natural sleep. Case
kcea-the Mother's Friend.
"Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me." - IT. A. AacBE, X. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
"our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
enee in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
U'rmsD HosPrrAL AD DIsPE'sARUY
:=ray Street, New York City.
cured by one of Dr. Miles' medicines.
And so it was that I commenced
the luse of Dr. Miles' Restorative Ner
'vine. I took two and one-half bottles
a.nd am happy to say that I have not
had a beadache since, and that was
nearly three months ago, and during
this time I have been under great
mental strain and worry, through
having prolonged siclkness and death
in my family, which would, ordinarily,
have prostrated me, but even under
this great nervous strain I have not
had the slightest symptom of a return
of the terrible headaches that J
tho.ght w'ould yet drive me crazy.
My gratitude prompts me to writ(
this, as I am anxious that others
should use D)r. Miles' Nervinle."
Yours for health, JoIIN J- kIRK.
Elkhart, Ind., Sept. '4.
It is always so. Headache. neural
gia loss of stengthi and appetite can
not continue 'when ~Dr. Miles' Restor
ative Nervinle is.: taken.
Thils nerve rest oring remedy is th(
result of years of study and practice
by Dr. Franklin Miles, the most suc
cessful specialist of the day, who, af
ter twelve years at the best medical
schools of thle country, has devoted
over twenty Tears especially to thc
treatment of difficult and obscure dis
eases of the h'.eart and nerves.
SPANIS.I JA C K
i e i he 11mjoiard 'T A no'on 1Par
ro~ (whou1 "-twt -r -92.0)- 14
hmns hig hij black wvjb a Iit 'hltin
* J.0s.*.nf wvithomi inio iz o
payable in r~v aee
ti noun~ service', p-ay
able in advar ce.
W. D. DAVIS,
2.1G Mrwticr11, S. C,
Drug - Store.
Chloride of Lime
Late Cabbage Seed.
Hires' Root Beer.
Soaps and Pertumery.
Teas and Vinegar.
Extra fine Smoking Tobacco
and a fine
Assortmeit of Pipes.
Winnsboro Drug Store.
Before the war hundreds of people
were entertained at this place daily.
The mineral water has no equal in
upper South Carolina.
CLIMATE I)E r-IcfGH1TFUL.
than you can live at holile, viz.:
$15 Per Month or $5 Per Week,
Taylor's Station, on the Southeri
Railway, is within three-quarters of V
111ile of the Spring.
For further information apply to
MRS. M. A. CALLAWAY,
CHICK SPRINGS HOTEL,
Click Sprin~gs, S. ('.
AND) SALE SAB3LF3'
I STILL IAVE ON HlAND
6 oR 8 Yong- Mule~
A FEW GOOD) MAlUE4.
A FEW BUJGGiE' .
A FEW SECOND-IIAND) WAGONE
A FEW MILCHI COWS,
I will sell cheap for cash or exchang
them for dry cattle.
Winnsboro, S. C.
IfYou Want to Know How
Good Buggies are Made,
Our seat frames are made of whit
ash, thoroughlyv glued together at corn
ers and a syrrmetrical akiit cut 0
Panels are made oval by arranigin
the machine with a special rig we hav
gotten up, so that nihen the seati
finished it pretnts a convex surfacq
thus causing tihe varnish to showt
good advantage, and giving the vehic1
a handsome alppearanlce. eats ar
thoroughly ironed to a put tern so tihe
they are all alike, and baicks and top
ae interchangeable. The advantag
of this is that if you have enie of ou
buggies and want a cuslion., back C
top n cani send~ y' o oe to fir. Panel
are made of Blue Ridge Th untai
Our seats are made Ly Mr. Cicer
Moore wilh a competent corps of al
We protidly chalh-i ge the world t
coapare s';ts n iih uI-.
Mr. WV. N. P'atrick, of WVoodw arc
ha recen'lv acel.ted the agetcy f'
ourt prodl tet inl i vicinity, atnd wi
-be pleased to e'xpiain to youl !be nori'
of the "PREMIUM CAI:OLIN
Yorkville, S. C.
Buriaj Caes and Cas.ket..
H T~E UNDIl~NNE by a tut
nel oft theC latest dle rns ini
BUIAL CASE~S Ail CAS~iT8
t mo' derte ,rc --. Orders ;lde
p)rop!v, anight and day. at the. ob
-stand. Th:m tful fr-r past pat rot.age
I ask for a~ shr of it ill fture.
Hear'e furnished when ordered.
11Gt I M. ELLIOTT. SR.
The Hot Weather
Will soon be on in fall force and you will need light goods. We have them
n great varietv and cantiful styles.
White Goods in phiiin India Linen, ierv .-her and ptetty, CLe':ked and
St iped .\inclin-, fan'v eil-ct, aid I)otted swiss.
1oantiful ilvles (:lolred Lawns and Jackonets, fine Dimities and Swiss
with colored dot-. I;g variety ini chcap Lnis from 3C. and up. Duck, Per
als, Gingcham, in vari'ty ot s, les and quaiitv. Saueeas for waists, hand
otneC ami m-w.
We l:ve kth tlird order in of those Silk Stirt Waists. Take a look at them.
Li_ h; : h -i -bt gs in b ut and black, ju-t the thing fur skirts.
~Jut ne -iv d, a ,ecotid s.>ply of L:ce ad -Embroideries, Insertions to
math. :- !- i..t- ar ar l the g.; ee them.
1_% ~ ~ t' - r J *1XM4e y~I -Y ni
u e 2 - b i. n -s:n i-: iine,% but hrave a cceived new suipplies and the
"ill, - 1- 44 r : s .re stvle and the prices righd. We are endeav
0:;..., p . ;-., pstomer by polite attention and nice work.
We c ii lphv-ae you in iii line, for we have the goods, and Ladies' Oxford
in bhui( k n n ta: -all i le antid quflities.
Gents, White and N. g igee Shirts, Gnez: Underwear, Ties, &c.
FULL LINE STYLISH STRAW HATS.
We want \onr trade and feel conideut goods will never be cheaper than
now; so now ii the time to buy. Come and see us.
CALDWELL & RUFF.
Headquarters for Millinery.
I'! \ ME) AN D U N fJ N1 ME i) L AD1F-', .\lz- ES' AND ( H ILDREN'S
ilo i. :ill the I t.,-E hape-. A lar-fe tock.- Rlibbui:s, Fancy Fcathers, Birds
'1:1 Tip-. Fai.cy Pin), Buckles, V. ' !s, Sik , Crepes and otber goods per
g to' :hindepartmnent. As we . V a lazl.e stock of these goods which
:,-t Ie sold in Feason, we have markti onr price s on them down. Now is
our i m- t, come and buy at J. 0. BOAG'S.
>sStaple Dry Goods.o
Novelty a: d Solid Color Dre s Gocds of various
sty!c :.nd naterial. witli Trimmirgs for same.
Fancy Goods and Notions as low as the lowest.
Come and see for bar gains at
-J. 0. BOAG'S.
Shec', Ilaia and other goods usually fonnd in a general merchandise store to
b" fou~nd at J- 0. BOAG'S..
Furni:ure, Se wing Maebiiues, Cooking Stoves, Organs, Buggies, Surreys,
Road 12; ts, and One and Two-horse Wagons.
J. O. Boag.
~HE Narrow in Tread. -
B ESTLight in Weight.
BICYCL E' Beautiful in Finish.
LVMAD E was christened as
W. D. GASH COMPANY,
Equiaable Building. Southern Representatives,
Send for Catalogue. - .Atlanta, Ga.
Apply for agency._____________
A Mcdnal &~o PRF[PA RE FOR
e HEADQUARTERS FOR
As we wish to maake room forFLFN,
Spring stock, we have marked
our heavy Winter Goods, such as PIO n
CLOTHING, adISC ODR
eWVOOLEN PIECE GOODS, PrsGenfrTbco~4 L
DRESS GOODS, Ptt us
way down out of sight. Therhrns n bgyi
winter is not ytgone and odrb sn
WVARM WE AR. AnterangofBnsotdb
: We will beat "between season" Coet cusogtsied
prices to death.
WXhen times are hard and money M M S E O
GO A AOFlyWTYap
Wewil iv Tu or frn~ thVeAesewuldad eatyi
DOLLAR tan anyvne elso
TRY US CAFLY OAIN FTET F
PoISaNindenn aetsadbwt b
teand IntiCbossn fOW e.
,Parins taken thor i o.eceiand
aGet cyourarines and beni ggyor inte
Will beat the recordaonlFlour ord%5~ er by ~asi ree
J. L anes erSinglen
col . e.Ena ery nCoaer Poaint.bau
n~~j.Cfl. h~ous.th plantning builerns tooud te
.LL~s)CCLU~i.~ yors, ates oder;gn anse oldnnts Address
~l~i~i~Li McMA FLeeST~R & CO.
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