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A EwS AUND ILERAL:) !0.
W. 1) Doucrx.s, Edito-.
J.sS Q. PAvis, Treasurer.
W. J. Ewo-rvr,BuisMaaer
XINNSBORO. S. C.
Saturday. Julv 20. 1893"
CoL. McSwency in a card declining
t > be a delegate t0 the Constitutional
Convention gives goo:1 reaso:ns why
he ought t0 be sent. IIa favors honlest
elecji)m laws, fairly and horestly ad
ministel ed, and not in violition of the
United States constitutioni. Although
a Reformer, he would Let Ct;iincrva
Live votes on this line.
Juix ' Townsend's b )Iin-css ha.
incited b>!duess in S-ate constables.
The seiarching of Hook and Platt is a
le0i4im1 t-1 outicoile of Judge Towns
nd' eiso. The constables feel
that the judiciary' wi I go t . .,& hs
to sustain the Di;pen ay i i. and
hence 0hev :ire gettieg n' m:d nwr
teckless inl trying to enforce
Wi' are glad hiat it i; set.cd th-t
Ilarriso n wi 1 not be ai e :adilatc ior
the Presidencyr. For the zake o! Demo
cracy, we would hrve beein plcaseai io
have him head the RepublIc i tickI,
because he would cert tiny hava i.cci
beatan. Maybe, the rewxspapers will
now give us a rest on the subj. et of
STILL again, we should like t;) know
what will be put in the new constfita
tion. Are tha people wiiing to have
inserted in the constitution what se.mns
to be the policy of the admnin~ration?
Will the new constitu'ion give unlimit
ed power to State cons' ables to make
searches? It seems t.> us that a great
deal more should be mai i abont what
-is going to b: inicorp'ra:cd ini Ihe ne-.
instrumeut. Neither the Reformers
nor the Conservatives hive fo:munlated
any platform on the sahj*.ct, exccept
that the latter wit prov ide for ho'~ne-st
THE forcible search of G. F. Jhook
and his clerk by the State Cons'abies
in Columbia was a great violation of
the law of pers-mlln l;berty. It do 's
not appear tha' any warrant had b en
issued. It seems that Ihook and his
clerk, Piaut, we:e standing inside of
the store, when Constables Speed,
Davis, Ilollowaiy, Martin and Beach
rushed in, wilh their hands oni their
pistols, and searched both of these
men. They found a litt'e on~ r a half
pint of whiske: on the persoins ot
the men. Thi is a u:ost a'r'cions
outrage, and thi.:.i : pe ople nre be
ginning to wonder wu.ere it will s'op.
This is in clear viola:non of the Con
stitution, which provides that "all
persons shall have a right to be secure
from unreasonable searches. and
seizures of their persons, houses.
papers or possesion " Granted once
t hat the St ate Const ables have a righ t
to seize any one in his store, in his
house, or on the public road, without
a warrant regularly and legrdly i-s.e
and run their hands i eo his pikets,
then, indeed, personal liberty will re
ee ive a terrible blow.
Mr. Editor: In refercn -e to the let
let published in your paper b.'ailieg
the signature of James W'r-dward
and containing a threat t' ki I one
Rcra Gibson, I wi-h to say that I am
James Wood ward, Jr , and my fa- her
is James Wood ward, Sr. 1Both of us
l:ve with Mr. W. II. Finiken; my
fatther cannot wi ICe and I did 11ot
WI ite the letter mentioned As we are
the only persons oft that namen in
Winnsboro I nl ish tO lilt ourselve.
atruaight in the mnattar. This is niot the
first letter of this kind t> wh ich my'
name l-as been forged.
July 18, 1895.
Headache stopped in 20 minutes by D.
Miles' JPAD PILLs. "Once cent a dose."
DRl. POPE EXPELLED).
ins Democratic Club Wouln't Allow.
Him~ to Resign.
Dr. Sampson Pope is la: ing in
I ard luck these (lass. H!e n't only
Ilost both his reg isu a'ion and Disi enI
sary cast s, but now he has beeun turt;ed
(nt of the De..ncratic club of n' hich
lhe was a member. T1he Register is in
formed that Dr. Pope was a mecmber
.f the Factory club at New berrv. O
Wednesday night that clb held a
mneeting at wvhi.eb Dr. Po;.e Sent1 ini bi
resignation. TIhe club, however. r~
fused to accept it and expele-lth
Doctor on the ground that lhe v:as no
longer a Democrat. It is utiner.-t.od
that the Doctor is to be a nmember of
the party to be formed by Mr N. G.
Gonzales and others.
ua'ktcen's A'-nka walve.
Tn Bas-r .ALVE in the world for C'u.
'-taises. Sores, Ulcers, Sait itheumn. Favt
S are.. !'ttar.Chenpy ,. i ands. Chillair ,
* ,rnls. andu aill Skin: .r12ptions. an~dps,
tiv.ly cure.- Pis, or? noay r.'rired
I- *zuaranite'd to 2ive pern(et satisfact'o.
or "ionIr ofungijt. P'ries 2- ''it
'ro siiowVCU%. ar
liuah Fergutson, nos of CharlestOfl Con
ty, aud Whose Political Acts Ilave NevA*
Bieen Questioned. May Iliave to Fx*-N :11
Why lie Let 'olities Interfere With 11
It wasI' rei)rted N Ct-rdaV on:
streets that .Indo (. W. linchanan
wou'd c te Sh7r1f4 ln-. Fer'u non.
Chars-onl , I.) a'pear bef.>re hi i for
his failure lo arre en w h W! i
-entence 1 to 1the penite!tiLary f r a
vio!aliol of al injlnction of the CoIurt.
Sheritf Ferguslon, as a mat'er of fact
did not apear before Jud'e Iclianani
but it iS Imore thai prob0ale that he
will b ca!!ed to tcoun t fur Do c:t ;
It will be a difli :ilt ntteI; to
anybody to uke anijavits t> tis
eflct, but a letter f.o:n Ch irleston hit
night to T/, Reister says that afli lavit
have been nde by repulable citizens
and that ther have be.e cent to Jull2e
Bucharan io wli!ch tho sheriil* is
chargedt withl grozSsand- i.teInt w"-1
gence in the matter.
Jndgc Bttehanan arrived in t he citv
last night, but. left foy his ho-mie in
Stzum-cr this morning . lie declined to
say last itight, w hen asked by a 1/
ter reprter, wli t!er 1cCIiff Fergusol
would be called 1:p to explaint to
him vhy Bowe u h 'aot been arrested.
Judge Bacha: av sid t at s:ch mat
ters were not the 1ubject of niewspaer
intcviewrs and I;her flirned or
delied the repor:.
From a letter writ-en by iev. d. (Gun
derman, of Diioidale, 2.,eh,, we are por
mitted to make this ex'ract: "I h ive no
hetsit-ition in recommending Dr. King',
New Discovery, as the results were almost
marvelous in the eas of yN w ife. While
I was pastor of the Baptist Church at
Ilives Junction she was brought down with
Pat umolnia :ueceeding La Grippe. Ter
rible paroxvsans of coughng would last
hours with fittle interruption and it seemed
as if sh1e could not survive thi. A
friend recommended Dr. Kin's New Dis
covery: it was <uicK in Its work and ih
IV saiifactorv in :esuits." Trial Lottles
tree at McM ater & Co. .; tre.
llegular iz50. and t
't:1ti in Ciuba.
hv:. July 1S.- A de'achmet of
th Second batt-ilio:: of t be MaIrin In
Iatyat San i > ela!ie. proviace
of Santai Clra, hi s ceg:.red and dis
persed a hand of i:sgn:9. Gen.
Lugue, laving been ititbrino ed ihat the
insurgent leader UCI mudt Z intended to
burn the vi!!ag, of San D:ego del
Valle, ordered a deta ah mt of 1
men of the 3arine lar ' nd 15
volunteers to defend that place. The
troops, upon arriving at the scene of
operations, found that illae was
surrounded by about ,C00 insurrent;,
who had been keeping u) l he y ft e
uinon the little garrison. The latter
resisted gallantly until reinfotcements
arrived, when the marines, under
Capt. Duenis, routed and dispersed
the insurgents, who left twelve killed
and twenty wounded on the field.
Goncz is nuderstood to have the
provinee of Paerto Principle, intend
ing to un'te his forces with those of
the insurgents at Cori jo. Tihere is said
to be bad feeling between 31asso and
Maceo, and it is reported that the
bands'of insurgents under these two
leaders are almost ready to fight each
other. The cause of this ill feelingr
is said to be that Masso's whites are
unwilling to serve under the colored
officers, and the wvhites are also re
ported to bc opposcd to Iknin::- P;P
erty and killing defenseless people. It
13 ~added that Masso is desirous of
leaving the iihnd of Cuba.
Cure For llcaciac fe.
As a remedy for all forms of Leadachyv
Elctric Bitters has rproved to be th -vere
best. If effects a permianent cure and the
nost dreadful habtitual sick hieadiches
ield t2 its iafnflenc. We urae all who
ire aillicte-i to prOcure a battlec, antI give
this remedy a fair t id. In ca ses of habit
ual constipation Electie iDitters cures hy
giving the needed tone to the bowels, and
few cases long resist the use of this medi
ine. Try it once. Large bottles only
Fifty cents at McMaster & Co.'s Drug
A iaty of nwspaper mfln and
ladies have arrargMa hi 'a c-boat
party, to) leave XEw Y kciyon the
first of September, or the Cot ton
Staes and I: crttauiondi Exnosdtion.
The route which the take* is a good
inst ration of ih:faiitIies for water
travel threu& h the ni m. Thie boat's
dimensionare ithir E r ~ cl ele feet.
and the greater part It (h ditanicO
n ill be poed.I The rnt, n, otlined.
wil tra1cr-, the~ idn river, fronm
New York~ to ~:niv ; thenb the
Erie canal to iun'da ii: i'e to Cteve
a~d, ailonir th :-hare of Laik Erie;
hence to L P ironm'h . O.? , by the
Ohio raIta', wh rI lih O)i. river will
be taken to In' i nissippi, antd the
i' er down 1i > 5:e cot.v'en ienit point,
probably \h ophijs. Fromi there. tb'
ailroad n'.ii he akein to Atlaota.
whe re th~e ;ar:yv wil I arrive oni the 18t b
of Septem ber, lie opening 1 day (i . The
party l.ropse to have i great deal o1
;easure. a'ong .he ruit e, but the cx
po-iton~ wtil! Le the objcetive p)oint.
The entvelope machiniC at the Cot to
States and Internationn! Exposit ion
will be one of the most i::.resting
operative exhibits in: 31ochinery Ha!!.
A roll of paper is <-nrled in one edd
of it maclh-ne, and at the 0: her end th
complete envelope, tmade, ginmed and
packed in boxes comes OUt. TIhe paper
is cut inM! sha pe ami unmed, thIe
envelopes folded, :-enhd, atnd countte d
and parked al by mra:hinery. T1hz
gZu is dried ('n the envelo; es by a
seies c.f raipidly revolngfms
that there is to stickin ' togelr.
Space is rap il bi ig' alltid in alt
departmenmts of t he expiositon. and the
lenger initeenhtg exhibito s dehay
making spsae ct ttrcts the miore
ddifcult it twill be tr pvor (I fo ltm
snitably and satt' -fnetaito Ii i- 's pityv
that peoplc who futly itetnd mnaking
exhibits ehotu'd d biy maet se ut'il the.
last miin ue, as thii cr i aes terrib e
tuslin g the U e Ian lf~r* i
hill, softensfo ithe' ;~:.a .,a
ur i w- .ind coi .:.iit2e a :r~
tor iarrhea. i tv ::r : .- e :.r' -
desin every :r f wr.Ew
ive ents a bovtt:. It ar n -. e
: rs. WVinslowv's ""oct0: -y:. "
ake no 'ath~er kin . 5-oi
-Iterest I'in w t'en i i~ en
otes miore favorabe to -urh exer'' e I
he court wvil p:obly b e a i.i1 n'r ti
IrEnfants and Childrend
M T DO YOU KIOW u regoric,
2aen-an 1rops, aGdrey's Cordial, m c thin Syrups, r
Do 'C" 11 , % L X drua;gist.; art; i;,! pcriL.:t'.v tv :ln.ctc
D-1 Y that you :h1u..i nv, permi.t any tobdiciu - t- ', g;ren your chikd
uni :' e yL! physcian k-ao of wh it it is composed ?
Do You ?iGW th 't C.t - . prely vegetable preparation, and that a list of
Ig-sinsi d4 : vh A :.- 17.tile ?a
-O Ycu N 't- pr-cripti;on of the- fnouso Dr. Samuel Pitcher.
-ha! S re t7: :: ars, and thu:: mere Castora "; now soz than
cr all :hr '""s e. . . ie
DrO Know O* i :f Depatment of tiha tnited Statcs, and Of
oLer countr.es, have isvii -. e x Lt to Dr. Pitchr and his assigns to use the vord.
Castoria' and its Iorr .thrt to imitte then is a state p~rison offeuse ?
Do You Know titt on- of the reasons for granting this g.vernment protecion wag
because Castoria had Ic-.: , rcven to be absolutoiy harmlesS?
Do o Knov7 that 35 a.-t-a do'r f Castor:,. are furnishcd for 35
cents, or one ccnt a oso ?
Do You Know that ahc. possc of this perfect preparatin, your children may
b.e hipt vel, and th'.a you may have unbroken rest ?
W01, ase g arc worth knowring. They are facts.
.. - 1 - "" is on evory
sene~tue n. wapper.
r Pitcher's Castoria.
OUJR NEW SERIAL.
BYH RIDER HAGGARD..
T 0u Rn:
Y Pu.PdinTi M
i V Us tisl thR
f- i- n th wlds oE Rrica. It abounds
i-rAstie de:f;enptio-rro 0?coua.ry an.d peopk, and
i3 fu of reinatrkable adventures and wonderful and
heroic e::ioits. The peculiarities of the savage na
tives and their tribal habits are set forth in a series
of romantic experiences.
No one whno begins t.he perusal of this attractlve
story wvill fail to read it to the end.
SUBSCR IBE NO and Thus Secure
th eCom plete Story.
W WILL Com.ENCE THUIRSD)AT, AUGUST1.
-s M : r 1st, 1-93. unde an *nt of the (enerai
As imly 18:. itit.-' o- 4I-.aip
Act.11 in reation to for1 tcted Imisd. <!elm I
SCoUNTY Cir VF ICLD. SI
y vite of (Xneution is:.uet to ine byv
___ the'(runiv Trearntrer 4[ Firel cont
foru thme tiseal year 1~'~ -'91- in ecvordance
... v'with the tabove entizied Act, [ 1:ave ilvie
'1. (fl~ onii and i1 selln M 3onday the, ;51 h day ot
August 1.95, in front ot thle (Cmt Hloue
meais So fl'ucfl rior t.1 r'i in \ Wonsboh. 0. i., at 31 o'clk A.
- i, aI.- fl.- .- :~,e ,- he ' fcolowm- dcr ibe real estate
l fatal diseaseS resu:iGCoi.DTITN..
Sri1ii7 alim-ents nle~rec te . F:: i.. an. T'al yor Non
Oil Don la-: Witil .N hti.L s )i t "'
be - -
tcn~. \. P. l 1ust. Isea v.earI .e nngis
Ne'.iida, rcut ( ids4.. lI~.T...C. .<. .
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-- .! a n' I I~ v .' be , . ni a ear be't: I ::-lI'
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~ i i' ; ~il- ~ii on ittiamted. \'i11!1 ao.or. ( ea yeavm r n e, inin:
or ti Lext Thity Days I
)pOse to sI our entire line of
At a. Sv- pin I~euto
iceI. L I on Wnt t -curPe
'al Darl ain in a ; f'
OO(IS. ( un1o carlv- o' l' 0c
re inovippotueni f ti-t.
Your s 3i ' Tr"y
. 7 S .
F, GT7LA MAvE ON 7-1:
FEW SECOND-H AND WAGONS
FEW~ M1LCHI CO.)S.
I wi! se ! h~1 fcr e:.sh or ex::?ang~e
em for dry c it 'e.
rug - Store.
tist's Turnip Seed, 3i.ason Fruit
Jars and Jellv Tmblers.
Tilet A tticles of all Kinds.
Paints. Oils, Tarnishes.
Dest .et. Cigar on the MIarket.
P'ipes and rdIT.o .
.-.d.E :(.j( f.
. I IL e1 :.1
... . ..s . .. -- L n
he Hot Weather
W: e ;J. 1:3 I: i e anal -cu i nt ii gou !&. We have them
ite G( 's n pi:.i l.(oL , % cyher an: picly, Chcked and
iped Ma, 'iatn . yti tr -. :H:< I .
bI:oI f::! y eVCs in r4,n-c .Lk wTis J n ,I fne Dimitics and Swiss'
: ey ii n 1: fro : . and up. Duck, Per
6.(M :" .ina o - nd (r ~. I a'ee for1 waists
h-. V :- b r o o; mo sli Ssr Wau u Ta~ke a look
- a i ek, juj r t ;hi :: for skirts.
-of Lac : i I.E:m roitiries ns
-Ihc go ee b .1
v v new upplies and the
: i e. a i;yt. We are endeav
V - Ce' b. pul-e attention and nice work.
. :V,- Ewe thegods, and Ladiei' Oxfo
Pt7. r>'arTiep, &c.
LA Y . 1 J ST 'kA% W H A T S..
:W ;:d.t : will never be cheaper than
nov:: Q sev . <c Q- a~d . .
C~ADWELL & RUFF.
Headquarters for Millinery
iIMED AND L*N1!Tr MED L A DIE;', MISES' ANDCIIILDRENS
I. i p:3 .' stock of R 0b1ons, FAvcy Feathers, Birds
Tii;-. - i m. H mik - -:1 , Crores . :(ergoods per.
.. . - -ort k <. :.r -K f <>ods whicb
-J ic:.- ei c.w < wn. NOw is
- -J. S !AM !S.
.~S~~e F'~ Gods.tc
-- . ;O;
7- low a. :Le loust
G A SSW ARE,
uitnd I:. a gnr!merchandise storefo0
J. 0. BOAG'S.-.
;]o:ingStores, Organs, Buggies, Surreys
T. C- r ie Wngons.
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(EiSWr. N ETEM)
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"13-u m s0Lem.....-rat.d.an
BananasJ, SLemonGe and o
Fre~nch, Mustard and Ni
~. .~Chow Chow and Cucumb
.- : 1. 0)eliC t Pickles.
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Ar Charleston.... . .....! s ej.... .Op
Lv.Coumb~l 1.30a~.Oiro n Curenan Rasir
Ncs. 37 an 3Dwicht's:"and Churthhr& Cim
ite. ulma crsT~i:'~at~Ne Yr WhSie Ci'andPwee
Pailman &.etParlor and Safetyixstatche
Yor; *so Milkr~u Lonchandos rSdali
... .J .o .
Ltatocolumbia.... -- ---. .30 c!a ..... I e
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Nes.7 GaEnd .3Wshi.to & Southr~ CaLim-lkid f unp e
Gted, un~ car Tp to NwhsYZork- p.diIelMSDSPre
PrommananswerSaed a! hocartanpinfin.t-rlass
mancarAugstaandChalot..renc In te atnt bsiess COrfmuaiD
Stto ouba t* ~ dicag and t omtoacnenn Ptksadeot ~
jsoger . :ea manin staolem Satfrnes Je.actalack Ichnk
icltnation. -bok sntfre
W.A UR, S II.t HA RDWC. allkins of~ Flrech nd sti~rck
outPcA.ttW smociventor.GhiP A.lATidAoTA.
W..GEN.-- O . uea d w'e, e IDnS Oy liutae Pa bylr
GarSet.,irwasntionoo anyTcie, We sor ctot.
wold ~3ayer.Snia cpissetfre
BuiOml >iF ni , mn:.ly.N11Sfne l-OUi gl
\~p N OstN rICES Uii~tlCOPos RIG HT~So o
Sd o\\'esA wIt pBTan. nAn PA TENT thr
-atrst alsnse and aur coners. Addfn~reto
I UNN & CO.. Xw have, 3ad nBfity years'
-sl w as --~ exerene n hhptet usnes
tion)Utictyxcofrdntis.s Hcadbok osIn
R. ~7 1, LIP,. ical Uanet!!cboos en fe.DI).
di a2 a WIwet \ PtnsrknI'thro .31 C.ree