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W. 1) DOUGLASS, Edito:.
JAB. Q. DAvis, Treasurer.
W. J. ELLIOTT, Business Manager.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Saturday, June 22, ; ;
WILL the people of Fairfield I
Tillman dictate to them? I
TuE grand jury of Aiken counI
ieport that the county , fficials hai
been grossly careless and extravigai
fRr has done nothing in the Unite
States Seniate, but when it comes I
pracical polities he is a worker an
gener tily c-trries his poiit-eve
against in Trllmitn.
A PROFIT of somuethinlg I ke $19,0(
in twenty-two mor th. does not ( i
courage the fullfilliment of Tillinhin
prophecy that the Dis,-etvary woul
pay $1,000,000 annually.
THE blood-thedding at Darlitngto
shooting and fighting elsewher
tyranny and despotis..n, confisca-in
private property, and only about $19
000 profits to the State to show for i
WILL power counts for a great des
and from the dispatches it looks lit
Governor Atkinson, of Georgia, wi
recover. Ile sends a message to I
friends that he is making a hard figl
THE dispensary system seems to 1
operated somewhat like cotton raisin,
the lower the price the more is geni
rally planted to realize the previol
returns fro.m sates. The profits a:
di windling down and they are startim
-a scheme for another local disi~ensar
in the city of Co'umbia. We ma
look out for a reduction in acreas
soon if the business progresses bac:
wa~id as it appears to be doing accor<
ing to Mr. Mixon's re rr.
a. pensary wi
De a failure. It will be remembere
that when Tillhnan we e- mak
snifarge profit and finally be ti
means of reducing 'axation. It wouh
not seem so from -Comimissione
Mixon's report of the financial con
dition of the business. When thi
legislative committee made its rep,.r
it showed the acc: ned profit to be
*13,679, for the qu -rter ending Apri
30th, of which $8,45>9 repr.en'd thi
sales of confiscated liquor. If the de
cision of Judge Simonton, holdingi
unlawful to seize liquor for persona
use, stands, the profits will be stil
further reduced. The $8,459 abovi
mentioned no doubt represents the
sale of a great deal of liquor tba
could not now be confiscated. Tb
prospects of reaching Tillman's $1.000,
000 profits pe: annum do not seem ver,
promising. Commissioner Mixot
points out "the ubuisiness like
methods of his predecessor in offic'
and shows howshe had over-stated thb
profits by erroneous book-keeping
For instance, a stock of abont S62,00(
is reduced to about $45,000, and h<
say~s even this is too much. The mos
significant part of all, however, is tha
a cash balance of $45,000, dwindle
down to about $9,000. There is nov
on hand in cash $31,489, but it mus
be remembered that not a dollar o:
the $50,000 appropriated by the State
has been refunded.
Better Than Politics.
President Craighead, of Cleuzson
issues a circular, the substance oj
which is that daring August and
September, farmers' institutes can b<
he'd throughout the State, one for eCLC
congressional district. Lectures wit
be provided on every subject in wi.icl
farmers rre interested-tobac o, dairy
iz, rice, cotton, stock, etc. Thoni
interested will please address Pt esi
dent E B. Craighead, presiilent. o
Send y ur addres, to H. E. Buck'en d
Co.; Chicago, and get a free sample box o|
Dr. King's New Life Pills. A t ial wil
convince you of their merits These pill;
are eascy in action atnd are particular2
effective in She cure of C onstipation and
Sick Headache. For Malaria and Live1
troubles they have been proved invalu
ble. They are guaranteed to be perfect!S
free trom every deleterious substance and
to be purely vegetable. They rio not weak
en by their action, bu t by giving tone t<
stomach and bowels greatly invigo:ate te
ystem. Regular size 25c. per box, Soki
bMcMaster & Co., Druggis's *
uctenm's A,-aca aivo.
Taz BEsT SALVE in the world for Gute
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fevea
Sores, Tetter,Chepped Hands, Chili!.,ain:
Corns, an all Skin Eruptions, and p--si
tivelyc* Piles, or no pay reqeired is
isguara teto give perfect sataisfacta.,n
ormoney refunded. Price 23 'unts pa
box. For sale by WMs'er & C"
Childen Cry for Pither'se Castaria
The End of the World.
The following, which is known as
"Mother Shiptol's Prophesy," was
first published in 1488, and republished
, in 10t1. It will be noticed that all the
* events predicted in it, except that men
tioned in tbe last two lines-which is
still in the future-have already come
arciages without horses shall go,
A d acc'dents fill the world with woe.
Around the world thoughts shall fly
In the t vinkling of an eye.
Waters vet shall more %on~ders do,
Now stravge, yet shall be true,
The world np,ide down shall be,
And gold be found at root of tree.
Through hilis men shall ride,
And no horse or mule be at his side.
Under water men shall walk;
Shall ride, shall sleep, shall talk.
In the air men shill be seen,
In white, in black, and in gseen.
)r Iron in the water shall float
As easy as a wooden boat.
Gold shall be found, and found
)r In a land that's not now known.
d Fire and waters shall woaders do,
e England shall at last admit a Jew.
h The worid to an end shall come
L3 In eighteen hundred and ninety-one.
Charleston Cases to be tried in Orange
in the circuit court at Charleston
last Wednesday, Assistant Attorney
General Townsend moved for a change
of venue for the trial of seventy-five
alleged violations of the dispensary
law. This action was brought on ac
count of the failure of the grand jury
to indict six parties against whom the
State claimed its strongest cases.
Counsel for the defendants opposed
t the motion, clpiming it was unconsti.
tutional, unprecedented and was an
impeachment of the grand jury, be
y sites doing a grave injustice to the
10 community. The affidavit of the trial
juitice who held the preliminary exami
natious of the cases was read. in which
lie said that the State had made its
d cises and the failure to indict was due
o to prejudice- against the dispensary
d law. Judge Bucha- an sided with the
n State and granted a change of venue
and transferred the cases from Charles
:on to Orangeburg county. The charge
is the i emoval ot the cases from an
t anti-Tillman to a red hot Tillinan
I- county. The dispensary law was
m :nended at the list legislature so as to
illow the State a special privilege to
move for a change of venue. The
constitutionality of the amendment
will be tested.
s means so much more than
-you imagine-serious and
igfatal diseases result from
Y trifling ailments neglected.
Y Don't play with Nature's
If you are feeling
begin at ovhich is
- ir~t ero Bit
d Pftrs few bot
very first dose-il
wonZ't stainl your
tDyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
1Cocttigation, Bad Blood
Malaria, Nervous ailments
Get only the genuine-it has crossed red
t lines on the wrapper. All oth::rs are sub
Isisn'e receipt of to 2c. stamps w
IFair Views and book-frec.
BROWN CHEMiCAL CO. BALTIAoFE. MD.
in bicycle buildinag. In themn
a the least possiblc v:cight of
- material is arranged to give
)the greatest strength. Thcre
Sare no v;-eak~ spots and yet
t there is not an ounce of super
~. fluous metal. They arc made
Sfor service and speed, and are
Sfully guaranteed. All styles
t are the same price-$Ioo. A
handsome descriptive catalog
may be had for the asking.
60RMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. Co.,
WASHINGTON. 0. C.
The leading Consratory of Aerica~ g
CAar. FAELTrEN. Dirctor.
Founded in 1553 byv
Send for Prospectus,
S30 giving full informnatio.
- " FsAxx W. H AIr~, General Manager.
l CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT For a
Uascrawho haveha dneal i yers
tions trctlyconfidntia. AHandbookof I
r c sntern Als Pa catalogue of mechan
Patents taken trough ?iun & Co. receive
thus are brouht widl befr the puli ith
issued weekly elegantl llIustrated.hasbyraate
larges circulation of anp scient wokI the
houses, wit plans. enabling builer to show th
U &CO, I$E YO , 31 BizQ~tiwAy
oul SURVEYING, TERiRAGING~
FL--selii, Drawing, Etc.,
T. MDOULWAR E,
;- txIy Wood wrd, . C.
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitch
and Children. It contains n
other Narcotic substance.
for Paregoric, Drops, Sooth
It is Pleasant. Its guarani
Millions of Mothers. Castor
feverishness. Castoria pre
cures Diarrhoea and Win
teething troubles, cures c
Castoria assimilates the f<
and bowels, giving healti
toria is the Children's Pan
"Castoda Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me ot its
good effect upon their children."
Da. G. C. OsaooD,
"Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is nos
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of thevariousquack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
D. J. F. KICEmoE,
The Centaur Company, TI 3
. The Amer
eured by Dr.
he e.eItlasn ued thand s
r.Jo the AKicanwos potrai hac
maie ths, repesenial sthec Na
ihnaldarch nernou proat., ofneu
rli, hseelsness cmeci travles'
NerMihne wandpeially andeOhid for f
eenwl ea you. wa0 eeeufrr
r. Jnok' tell Kikho e paitred
York hae been a comerrifro terrile
leadaches for years. Of late they be
~ame.so severe as to recur every cight
r ten days, lasting from twenty -four
o forty-eight hours and ebligi-ng rme
o go to bed. I went to Hot Springs.
rk., Mt. Clemens, Mich., and other
esorts for rest and treatment, spend
ig both time and money without
enefit; returning, I would r.ot be on
he road a fortnight before the same
d brain-splitting headache~ returned
nd laid me up. I had know.L Dr.
files and the gentlemen corr'c ing
he Dr. Miles Medical Co. 'ntima cly
or years, but it did not or. ce occur to
2e that the were manufacturing a
emedy for me, until one day a' gentle
aan told me that his head."hes were
Dr. Miles Nel
DR. D)AVfl AJKE N.
DENTA L .t >1-N.
Itee :No,19 Washi' n Meet : ors
West " C P stat, *-.
Hi'' R:d~reway-. ' . . . \v ic ns.
D R. E. C. TJET ER.
Oifers bis t'r ais.onn ! - r-i-....4 the
eople of Fail fidbt
Postoffie addr." , .N -nki' svil -. . r
Hot House Il atei.
HAVE a ch.,ice ,.ol cti--- cf ha
L hote bmsf-- sale. Also fifty
elect wdie'-, --f Chrysanihemnase
'wenty plaats for $1.C0
Patronize home enter-priza.
r's prescription for Infants
ither Opium, Morphine nor
It is a harmless substitute
ing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
ee is thirty years' use by
a destroys Worms and allays
rents vomiting Sour Curd,
d Colic. Ca'toria relieves
onstipation and flatulency.
od, regulates the stomach
ty and natural sleep. Case
acea-the Mother's Friend.
"Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recomend It as superior to any prescription
known to me." H. A. Anonzn 3. D.,
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
"Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and' although we only have among our
medical supplies wi'A 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."
UxNi HosPnTAL AND DIsPENsARY,
&LLEN C. Sma, Pres.,
[uzay Street, New York City.
An o twa ha cmene
th ueofD. iesj esoatv Nr
In'a hap4osythtIhv o
had heaachesinc, an tha wa
having proongefdr ls'icines. t
nd so faity wahh wold commnrily
he useofstr.te estoratve uner
andia grapnervou sytan I have not
hadtheheadacheesincechnd that wa
nelthreeh odhye drive and dcrazy.
thi grtieudhermt ee unde grete
mental astIrain andxiorry thouhr
havIng pronedr iess ervineath
inurs fmly hh Jonul. orIrily
Elhartratnd. e bu eenune
Itis grawayvs staiIaache notal
gad the o sht syptoo andretur cn
oftve erile he ad esn.a
thuht ouldar yetud dr meprazy.c
y Dr.Frkin prMiles the toswtec
terg telv yars axious best otedica
shoolds~ 1r Miltes'ountriasevote
ovrs went earsll espcill to theK
tralwent o. ificulthan obcuradi
gases of tegh and aeites. an
A Neis I taken.
Tisrved sorin emedy ih ather
rsut ofvyearh cofstudywner practice1
byDr a kine les, wthe mobit p>nsc
-esflh speilmofot adayho, naf
taer twle ers at themieed nmeical
verm." t easepcalyt h
ramnt00 of insut anebcr (with s-a
)rug - Store.
Chloride of Line
Late Cabbage Seed.
Hires' Root Beer.
Soaps and Perfuicry.
Teas and Vinegar.
Extra fine Snioking Tobacco
and a fine
Assortment of Pipes.
Winnboro In Store.
, HEALTH RESORT.
Before the war hundreds of people
were entertainedl at this place daily.
The mineral water has no equal in
upper South Carolina.
CL~IATl~ E1)E L IGCfJITiL
B0A itD CHE-'APE-'R
than you enn11 live gt lcie, viz.:
$15 Per Month or $5 Per Week.
Taylor's Station, on the Southern
Railway, is within three-quarters of a
mile of the Spring.
For further infornation apply to
MRS. M. A. CALLAWAY,
(1HICK ,-'PRtINGS IIOTEL.,,
Chick Springs, S. C.
AND) SALE SABLES.
I STILE IIAVE ON IIAND
6 You g Muls
A FEW GOOD) MAIREN.
A FEW BUGGIES.
A FEW SECOND-I1AND WAGONS
A FEW MILCII COWS,
Iwii! sell Chieap for caish 01r exchange
them foa dtry cattle.
IfjYou Want to Know How
Good Buggies are Made,
Our seat frames are made of white
ash, thoroughly glued together at co)rn
ers and a sy nrmetrical akirt cut on
Panels are made oval by arranging
the machine with a special rig we have
gotten up, so that whten the seat is
finished it presents a convex surface,
thus causing the varnish to show to
goed advantage, anod giving the vehicte
a handsomne ap~pearanlce. :eats are
thoroughly ironetd to a pantter'n so that
they' are all alike, anod backs and tops
are interchange'able. The advattag~e
of this is that if vou .have ene of 0o11
huggies and waint a cu-hion, hack or
top we cano semt OU ou o to tir. Paniels
are madl~e of Blue Ridge Mountain
Our sea's arc made by Mr. Cicero
Moore with a comnpetcent corps of as
We protudly (chailet ge the world to
copareC seats with u-.
Mr. WV. 31.. Patrick, of Wloodward.
ia iecently accepted the agency foi
0our product in his vicinity, anod will
be pleased to explain' to you the na rit.,
of the "PREMIUM CAI OLI NA
Yorkville, S. C.
Burial Cases and Caskets.
TIlE UN[DEI(IGNED) has a lull
line or the latest dleigntS ill
BURIAL JBASES AND CASKETS,
at moderate pri~ces. Or'ders filied
p'optll', itight and day, at the old
stand. Than~ kflu fo paO~ist pat rofinge,
I ask for a shareC of it in future.
learse fur'nished when ordered.
11-Ott IT U. FLV TT,T SR.
[he Hot Weather
Will s'oon be on in 'ill force and you will need light goods. We have them
1 great variety and beantiful styles.
White Goods in plain India Linen, very sheer and piety, Checked and
triped Muslins, fanv effects, and Dotted Swiss.
Ikaitifal styles in 'olored Lawns and Jackonets, fine Dimities and Swiss
;ith colored dots. Big variety in cheap Lawns from 3e. and up. Duck, Per
ais, Gingham, iII variety of bt) les and quality. Satteeas for waists, hand
ome at:(i new.
We have the third order in of those Silk Sh;'rt Waists. Take a look at hew.
[Lighuu weight Set ges in b ue aid bl:Avk, ju-t Ihe thing for skirts.
t vd, '. .econd supply of Lace and Embroideries, Insertions to
aatch. iiih tlit tzs are ail the go; see them.
V1 b. ri bu-y in t-.i- iine, 1ut b,ve r~ceived new snpplies and the
;$ k . . ll. The goods are styl -i and the prices right. We are endeav
)I'i.: ' p :'- :al.( satiaty I Very Customer by polite attention and nice work.
SHOES. + SHOES. A
We can l,lease von in tl-is line, for we have the goods, and Ladieb' Oxford
in bhn k and tar-all sivles and qu'ilities.
Gent', Wlit e and N g igee Shirts, Guaz: Underwear, Ties, &c.
FULL L1NE STYLISH STRAW HATS.
We want Your trade and feel confident goods will never be cheaper than
now; so now ii the time to buy. Come and see us.
CALDWELL & RUFF.
Headquarters for Millinery.
I IT 1:1V El) AND UN rRI.\M ED LADIE-", MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
i1's in all the 1lte t slhapeQ. A large stock of Rlibbons, Fancy Feathers, Birds
a:. TipQ. Fai:cy Pin;, Buckles, Vlves, Silk-, Crepes and other goods per
i:t,: i ,g Io this departmnent. As we i v' a large stock of these goods which
mu1 i : sold in season, we have inarktd on' priccs on them down. Now is
vour time to come and buy at J. 0. BOAG'S.
-AStaple Dry Goods.
Novelty ai d solid Coh-r Dicss Gouds <.f various
stries a:nd mattrial, %itb Trimnir:gs for same.
Fancy Goods and Notions as low as the lou e...
0 Com e aid ee for bar uginii -t
J. 0, BOAG'S.
Shoes, Hats and other goods usually found in a general merchandise store to
be found at J. 0. BOAG'S.
Fur'niturie, Sewinug Machines, Cooking Stoves, Organs, Buggies, Surrey.,
Roaid Car'ts, andl One and Two-horse Wagons.
T H E Narrow in Tread.
B EST - Lgh "n W*ght
B IC Y CL E Beautiful in Finish.
M A D E was christened as.
THlE STEAHNS '
W. D. GASH COMPANY,
Eq ua ablec Building. Southern Representatives,
Send for Catalogue. Atlanta, Ga.
Apply for agency,____________
A. M8cdo0ld & 00. Nervous Prostration
Cured byDr 1Eies' Nervine.
Prolonged derangement of the n~ervogs
.HEADQUARTERS FOR system not only affects the brain and men
Ital powers, but develops dIsease in some of
the vital organs. The most dangerous of
1 Sthese indirect results is when the heart ism
H~4I'I-'iIIII affected. This was the case of the Be
Pie a F. surface, Fawn River, Miich., who
nmder date of Feb. 14,1895:
As we wish to make room for -f
Spring stock, we have marked
our heavy Winter Goods, such as
WOOLEN PIECE GOODS,
DRESS GOODS, \\\\\%
way down out of sight. The
winter is not yet gone and '(
YOUJWILL NEED) ""'!ffW/
WARM WE AR.~
We will beat "between season" prlss vrokbogto evu
prices todeath. potain a xednl evu n
When times are hard and money'hatppttonhttraeedmli.
scarce Iue w ote fP,~ls e er
YOU WANT YOUR DOLLAR TO ns n elbte hnlvrxetdt
GO A LONG WAYS. trn rhvn yhatfutra tfr
We will give you more for ONEImaletdy.
DOLRthan any one else. o er n evu iodr REb
wil teatyo"Fourtan teedmniearaorha'slih sotroeo
save yourmoysy.. verork harogh oln aervoust
rsto. IaasH excnty eceaosead
Whit Homspu at c. er y tothe exerine of ulyc speknastedhi
heat dalptaton thit thratened myelsoe.
Ie used to botide dof ar..Milst Ne Heayr
Wil bat hereordonFl uret tor m e r Irle nd two of Dr.
Miles' Retoaiv Nr inr tr,
~~UUfeel again P Iobatse a for hfil ounty wtout
tirin or h y ear Jutte as95, for
finaly didacIhare you too tan etateI
maS.r.Mlseia Co. BEr, Id