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WINNSBORO, S. C.
Saturda, July 27, ; 895
HAVINd advocated an equal division
of delegates to the Constitutional
Convention. we cannot withhold our
approvpal of the action of the Reform
clubs in calling a mass meeting to
nominate a ticket on this line. We
trust that their action will lead to a
THE essay read by Mrs. A. G.
Brice at the Sunday School Conven
tion in White- Oak is deserving of
special mention. For thorough prepa
ration, apt illustration and com
plete adaptedness to the subject it was
perfect. She not only knew what to
write and how to write it, but she
knew how to read it. Mrs. Brice's
essay was'the subf ct of a much favora
ble commnt-by'tbe ,utience,
SECRETARY GAM SPE says that he
has been close to the..',Tresident and
knows something of tlhe liard work
whichJile has to d., and is well ac
quainted with his responsibilities.
He says, therefore, tbat-he would not
ac.ceit the office were ir offered himn.
Some pepple mgy not believe the
ecretarf' but6e -db. We thinli
Carlisle is one of the best men in
America, and we feel satisfied that he
does net accept an office merely to
satisfy personal -ambition.. It is in
conceivable to some small politicians
-how a man could deline the Presidency,
and they, of course, will not be'ieve
what the Secretary says.
Thilman fir a New Party.
Senator Tillman's speech at Tirzah
is not creditable to him. It will ap
. pear..to any upprg.judiced .mani that the
- Senator is in the Democratic party4
-now merely because ha fears that the~
people will not follow him. out of it.
6' -We take the following from his
"We will always be Demncratic in
principle, because we sucked those
principles with our- mothers' milk,
but we cannot continue to wear the
livery of tbe partyjn which such de
bauchery and treachery exist."
"It is clear that both old parties are.
disintegrating and a new aligunent is.
in process of form-iin. Party ties are
* * *
"Democracy is a desr name to us,
but we no longer have the substance
we have only the" shadow. .Esop's
fable of the dog-and the shadow will
illustrate the situation and show the
condition of those of us who cling to
the name, whilst we can't get the
* * *
"At Memphis, I undertook to repre
Bent the people of South Carolina and
told the friends of silver that if we
could not get a man whoma we could
trust in the Democratic party on a
plat'form that was unequivocal and
explicit, we would cast our ekctoral
vote for the candidates of some other
Speaking of an alllance of the North
west and South, he said: "Why not
both sides give up party names and
meet half way? If your house it
burning down, will you stay in is
bee mse it is labe'ed Democratic?
* * *
"I cannot sce how any man can
stand by the Democracy when it is
controlled by such traitors as Cleve
land and Carlisle. I say to you now
when the time comes we can deliver
the electoral vote. I believe, I know
we cani do it. (A pplause.)
* * *
"For myself, I am so disgusted that
I am ready to throw up the name and
give .up the party. We must join the
* * .
"Shall we let this matter of name
kep us apart?"
* * *
"When we meet the Northwe3.tern
people we must be ready to go ahead
and organize the new party. Let the
name be what it will."
* * *
The above extracts show plainly
which way the Senator is heading.
uekl ea's Aralea Salv.
Tan BKs'r SALVE in the world for (.uts,
Bruises-,Sores, Uleers,Salt Rheum. Fever
Fores, TetterChepped Hands, Chill Llaim
CoIrns, and all Skin Eruaptions, and posi,
vely eures ies,orno pay required I'
iguaranmteed to mgive perfect satisfactign.
, r mionev refunded. Price 2:t -nts pel
bo. VUhr .ale hb~Me'M .er A& '
A. P. P. UNDAY SCHOOL CO VEN
Excellent Singing--Help Methods--Able
Addr sses.-Profitable Discussions.
The Siobath schools, embracedl in
the c untiesof Chester, Lancaster and
Fairfield, met in their third annual
convention at White OAk, S. C., July
23, 1895. The following roll was
Brick Church-Miss Annie Robin
son, Miss Nannie Robinson.
Chester-Rev. J. S. Moffatt, Mrs.
Josie Black, Mrs. Jennie White, Mrs.
Sallie Brice, J. K. Henry.
Elgemoor-Miss Lucy Westbrook,
Miss Frank Walker, Miss Ammie
Whitesides, Miss Della Robinson,
W. L. Barber, James Wnitesides,
C. M. Sibley, F. M. Simpson.
Hopewell-T. C. Strong, Dr. J. B.
Bigham, Mrs. S. B. Stevenson, Mrs.
J. A. White, Miss Vangie Wylie, J. 1.
New Hope-Miss Bertie Brice, Miss
Eugenia Douglass, Miss Ella Sterling,
J. L. Brice, J. M. Sterling, W. L.
Shiloh-Rev. W. C. Ewart, N. T.
Union-Miss Agnes Simpson.
Winnsboro-Mrs. G. H. McMaster,
Mits Mamie Bolick, Miss Rachel Mc
Master, T. K. Elliott, Sami. Catbcart,
Jr., H. E. Ketchin.
After a prayer and praise service
conducted by Rev. J. S. Moffatt, the
convention permanently organized by
electing Mr. J. K. Henry, of Chestcr,
as chairman and W. L. Rosborough,
Jr., secretary. The chairman, in a
few well-chosen remarks, thanked the
convention for the honor bestowed,
and then introduced Dr. J. C. Patrick,
of White Oak, who in a cordiil, sin
cere, and well-cxpressed address, in
the name of the people of White Oak,
welcomed to their midst the delegites
and visitors of the conv'ention.
Mr. A. S. Rodgers, who was to have
made the response on the part of the
convention, being absent, the conven
tion, through its chairman, thanked
the people of White Ook for their,
cordial reception, expressing the hope
:.;t all would find the convention both
pleasant and profitable.
. The convention next proceeded to
take a roll of its churches and dele
gates. Seven churches out of the
twelve were found' to be represented.
This being coirpleted, reports frong
te Sabbath schools represented were
iixt 'lid--fiiigh their delegates.
These reportwere verbal and showed
that the Sailinh schools were for the
most part~ji. a vigorous, flourishing
Ecndtion, bth~as to membership and
work accoisyished.- The.-chairman*
requested the delegates to make con
cise writtei'rlports - of their schools
-ii anfd theni in to the secrefary.3
SOn <niotion, Rev W. W. Orr was
etenilede givilsges of the floor of
he convenin and informed that the
convfiod ould hear him with pleas
.re at any timne. Mr. 9. r thanked the
-After some devotional exercises,
Miss Macie Stevenson, our returned:
missioary, was invited to address the'
conention on the work in Mexico.
S'6 kindly consentedl and treated the
cvention to a very entertaining and
instructive talk on her chosen wahk-.i
iterspersed -with reading frorm:::thei
(panish Bible and the singirig ot
Spanish psalm. On behalf of the con
vention she was sincerely thanked by
The convention was then led in a
prayerfor missions by Rev. J. S. Mof
After the rendering of an .anthem
by the choir, Rev. J. S. Mofiatt ad
dresed the convention on the 'Proper
Method of Bible Study." His address
was very Instructive, entertaining and
After some announcements by the
pastor, Rev. J. A. Smith, the conven
ton adjourned to convene again at 8
o'clock to listen to a sermon from Rev.
E W. Ewart.
SECOND IJAY'S SEsSION.
Tbe convention met promptly at
9.30 a. m. After a much enjoyed song
and piaise service, e )nducted by Rev.
Mr. Moffatt, the chairman called' the
convention to order. After reading
the minutes of for..ner meeting and
calling the roll of delegates, Rev. Mr.
Moffatt continued his lecture on the
study of the Bible begun in yesterday's
meeting. By way of illustration, Mr.
Moffatt led the convention, assisted by
several delegates, in a study of 1st
Epistle of John. He awakened much
interest in his subject.
The lecture being completed and the
choir having rendered an anthem, the
convention then discussed the question,
"When is a Sabbath school thoroughly
organized?" as per program. This
was first discussed by Rev A. G.
Kirkpatrick and Mr. A. G. Brice with
much thought and earnestness. After
ward the question was discussed at
large by delegates of the convention,
Rev. Mr. *Moffatt, Hion. T. S. Brice,
Mr. T. C. Strone, Miss Macie Steven
son and Mr. J. K. Henry part icip iting.
After the intervention of some dovo
tional exercises Mrs. A. G. Brice
charmed the convention by a beauti
fully written and thoughtful essay on
'The amount of time which should be
given to the preparation of Sabbath
The next on nrogram was a discus
sion by Rev. W. C. Ewart on the
"feasibility of holding teachers meet
ings." Mr. Ewart took the afflirma
tive side of this topic. The discussion
pr and con was continiued by Messrs.
J. M. Bigham and TP. C. Strong, of
[Hopewell, Mr. T. K. Elliott, of
Winnsboro; Mr. J. K. .Henry, Rev.
J. A. White, Rev. A. G. Kirkpatrick,
Rev. J.. A. Smith, Riv. J. S. Moflstt.
Most of the participants taking the
affirmative, Messrs. Henry, Strong
and White doubting th3 feasibility.
The discussion became very interest-i
ing and animated, (branching off at
length into a discussion ot Wednesda,
prayermeeings cansed by a misunder
stood remark of the chiirman) and
was much enjoyed by convention.
Afte.. .omeaonnnnements by the
for Infants ar
T HIRTY years' observation of
millions of persons, permit u
It is unquestionably the best
the world has over known. It
gives them health. It will save
something which is absolutely i
Castoria destroys Worms.
Castoria allays Feverishness
Castoria prevents vomiting i
Castoria cures Diarrhcaa ani
Castoria relieves Teething'
Castoria cures Constipation
gastoria neutralizes the effects of c1
Castoria does not contain morphine,
Castorla assimilates the food, reg
giving heathy and natural sloee
Castorla is put up in one-sze botti
Don't allow any one to sell you any
that it is "Just as good " and "V
See that you get C-A-S-T-0
Children Cry for P
past )r th convention adjourned to
meet again at 1.30 p. m.
WEDNESDAY EYENING 1. 0.
The conven ion after one hoiur :..d
a.half re;s4 gine-vne, r
Rev.Mr..Mofat continued his instruc
ive lecture on the study of Ihe bible.
Lhe topic, "ate Sunday. schools givinv
horough instructios5'f. was discusseft
ith much :irnestiess and thought
bfHon. T. S. Bie.1 Several others
followed on the same subject-the dis
cussion being opened to the conven
After a song had been sunz by the
congregation, Rev. J. A. White dis
cussed the next topic on the program,
-"what order of study should be
followed in preparation of Sunday
Mr. Orr then addressed the coniven
ion in the interest of Erskine College.
Tue chairman then opened and
aswere I the question in the query
After the singing of an anthuin by
hoir, Miss Macie Stevenson read and
ung in Spanish for the pleasara of
he audience the 100th psalm.
*New Hope, Chester an~d Winbeboro
ere nominated as a place for the next
asnal meeting. Chest was cho::en.
On motion, Rev. A. G. Kirkpatrick,
Rev. J. A. White and A. G. Brice,
Esq., were chosen as the next program
By a unanimous rising vote the
ommittee returned thanks to White'
ak and vicinity for their hospitality
iid many kindnesses on this occasion.
By a unanimous rising vote the con
ention thanked Mrs. Brice for her
The people of White Oak and vicinity.
id everything in their power to make
he meeting a sucdess, *and we think
tey accomplished their purpose ini
mery particular. .The iday .was very.
IlhasantIy spent Mn .we believe re
unted ve'ry profitabl.-~Tbe choir of
he White Oak illiurcif'was quite a
feature of the occasion. The singing
.as grand and& irrspiring. They were
~by, assisted by :sigers' from ether
laces, but aside from that, they mani
fested thorough training and perfect
rganizition under their leader; Mr.'
. G. Patrick. The singing. was de
ervedly praised by .all.pgisent.
Excuse. us, .i in mneptioning a meet
ng fo1.spiritui irfpgovenment, we
efer haiatiis pert'ainir'ig -'to the
odily -a ,..1ts thre di ofe pre
di' o women ofthe
hr hc 7.~spraise.. Oune. buddred
nd twi feet oA.diner table iladen
ith -c'satbents -of ike .fa'inify basket
oudneifi fail to 'make an impres
sion on a newspaper man, and he is
xpected .to tell what: he saw.; There
as enouigh and to -spare and 'it was
reatly en joyed, by the assembly which
umber'ed some 350 souls. White Oak
has a past or. a Sundivy school and
hoir to be proud of, and we think she
, and justly so. . I
We ofi-r -One Uundred Dollars Ried
ard for any ease of Catarrhu that can
t be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CIIENEY & CO, Props.,
a Toledo, 0.
We, the unders'gned, have known
. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, a-nt
elieve him per'fectly honorable in all
osness transactions and fiinancially
able to carry oat any obligations made
y their firm.
~Vest & Truax, Wholesa'e Uruggista,
alding, Kinnan & Marvin.hile
ae Druggists, To:edo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cue is taken inter
nall, acting directly upon the blood
ad mucous surfaces of thesyvst em.
Price, 75c per bottle. Sold by all
rgists. Testimonials free. *
D icy cles..
inl bicycle building. Ini them
thc least possible weight of
material is adranged to give
the greatest strength. There
are no weak spots and yet
there ia not an ounce of super-*
fluous metal. They arc made
for service and speed, and are
fully guaranteed. All styles
are the same price-$roo. A
handsome descriptive catalog
*may be had for the asking.
GORMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. C0., C
WAsHINGTON. D. C.
Castoria with the patronage of
a to speaik of it witholit guessing.
remedy for Infants and Chidren
is harmls. Chldrden like it. It
their lives. In it Mothers have
afe and practically perfOct as a
I Wind Colio.
.rbonio acid gas or poisonous air.
opium, or other narcotic property.
mlates the stomach and bowels,
is only. It is not sold in bulk.
thing else on the plea or promise
M1 answer every purpose."
The Registration Law Attacked Again
by Obear & Douglass.
Charleston, July 25.- Judge Goff
has enjoined Supervisor Green of
Richland, on complaint of J. II.
Gowdy, colored.i Gowdy claims the
right to vote in ai lengthy peper. He
is represented by Obaar & Douglass
of Washington. .The order follows:
"It is ordered that the defendant,
W. Briggs Green, do shaw cause be
fore me on Monday, August 5, 1895,
in the United States Circuit Court of
Appeal room .at Riehmond, Va., at
3 o'clock in the afternoon, or as soon
thereaftet as counsel can be heard,
why an order should not be made in
this cause enjoining and restraining
him from further exercising the
powers and privileges claimed to be
conferred by dertain alleged acts of
thState af Senth Carolina upon him
as the incumbent of an alleged offEce
known'and described in said alleged
enactment- as 'supervisor of registra
tion' and also from iurnishing and
delivering to the several boards of
managers for the several precincts in
.Riclaid county, South Carolina, ap
poited to bold the election of dele
gates to a cerlain Constitutional (.on
Eention soon to be held in the said
'tat, cbrtaIn'papeis writitngs purport
ing to be the registration books for
the said - several precincts, and also
from doing any and, every other act
complained of in the said bill.
"It' is further ordered that until the
hearing- herqinbefore directed, the
said defendant; his'agent, servants and
employes be~ enjeined and restrainedi
'from furnishing and delivering to the
several boards 2of managers for the
several precincts in -Richland county,
afresaidiany books or paper writings
purporting to be said registration
"Let a copy. of this order be forth
with served upon said defendant, this
22nd day of Jnly,;1895.1
(Signed) "Nathan Gog,
"U. S. Circuit Judge, 4th Circuit."
- .A Household Treasure.
D. W.* Fuller,. of Canajoharie, N. Y.,
says that he always keeps Dr. King's N ew
Disvery in the house and his fanily has
always fcund the very hest results follow
its use; that he would not be without it if
procur~h'. G. A. Dykeman, Druggist,
Catski., N . Y., says that Dr. King's New
Discovery is . undoubtedly the best Cough
remedy; that helhas use'd ;it in his fanilp
for eight years .and it ens never failed to
do all that is 'cia'imed for it. Why not try
aremedy so lone tried and tested. Trial
bottle free at Melaster & Co. 's Drug Store.
Regular ize 50c. and 81.0G. *
For-Over Fifty Years
MRs. WrssLoW's SooTHING SYRUP- 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, allay-s all pain,
cures wInd colic, and is the 'est remedy
for Diarrhea. It will relieve the poor ut
te sufferer immediately. Sold by Drug
gists in every part of the world. Twenty
fve cnts a bstle. Be sure and ask for
- rs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
ake no other kind. 5-:!6jxly
Chdren Cry for Pitcher's Castor-ia.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she becatrie Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Calldren, she gave them Castoria.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria,
Hiot House Plant.
[ITIAVE a choice collec ion of hot
house plaats fort sale. Also fifty
electvarieties of Chrysanthemuinfs.
rwnty plants foy-S1.00
Patronize h.nme enterprize'.
:493tf MRS.. J. A.311INNANT.
. . .QUATTLEBAUM, Dl D~
DR. DAVID AIKEN,
ce :No, 9 Washington Street, 3 Doors
West of Postoffice.
Bananas, Lemons, Grated and
Sliced Pine Apple.
Royal, Sanero and Good Luck
French, Mustard and. N ickel
Chow Chow and Cucumber
Olives and French Mustard.
Worcestershire and Tomato
Dwight's and Church & Co.'s
White C and Powdered
Parlor and Safety Matches.
Milk, Lunch and Soda Bis
Nicknacks and Lemon Cakes.
Cream City Hams.
Citron, Currents and Raisins.
Spiced Ti ngar, M1asoCs Porce
lain-Lined Fruit Jars, Russet
Cream forTan SlYbes; Crystaline
Table Salt, Barnes' Jet Black Ink,
all kinds of French and stick
Candy, all kinds of Turnip Seed,
at lowest prices.
For the next Thirty Days I
propose to sell our entire line of
At a Sweeping Reduction in
prices. If you want to secure a
Real Bargain in any of these
goods. Come early. Low prices
are moving thenm fast.
This opportunities is given to
Spot Cash Purchasers Only.
Yours 3Iost Truly,
BLACKSTOCK, S. C
Sire I by Imported Wash ngtoni Par
rot (which cost owner $2,000), 143
hands high, jet black wit h whiite po~ints,
sylih, smiooth, andc proportionatelv
made. wvill serve a limuited numnber of
mare- at my place- Ficeld c
Farm."' -'~rik ic
TER3:S :$i0.00 to insure (With foal
L003season withoni insurance
patyab!e in advance.
5 00 single* *ervice', pay
W.D DVS. C
Ex Al AG;~ AIN PimAE T f
.J. Q. ')A VIS.
(;:;\ inm'svaro. S. C.
The Hot Weather
Wtil ooi be on in 'ull force and you will need light goods. We have them
in great variety and beautiful styles.
White Goods in plain India Linen, very sheer and pretty, Checked and
Striped Musliins, tanev etlects. and Dotted Swiss.
Beautifal styies in colored 'Lawns and Jackonets, fine Dimities and Swiss
with color!d dot. Bigi variety in cheap Lawns from Sc. and up. Duck, Per
cals, Gi.:han in variety of (tyles and qtiality. Satteeas for waists, hand
some and new.
We have the thini 'rdcr in of those Siik Shirt Waists. Take a look at the
Lihr v. eight serges in b ne and black, jttt the thing for skirts.
Ju-t ei L, a secon.d suply of Lace and Embroideries, Insertions
match. ! i b 0: .'n a i:1 the go; see them.
WL b im in uhi in--, but h:4ve received new supplies and the
-ct i . .i n s a:sre s: lish xand the prices right. We are endeav
o i )o y k .V' e .very cu-tower by polite attention and nice work.
SHOES. + SHOES.
I j 4 1 . I IT? . f' have the goods, and Ladies' Oxfords
. . . 17e-: birte, Guaz3 Underwear, Ties, &c.
FUL L LINE S'; YLISH STRAW HATS.
We vat your trade and feel confident goods will never be cheaperthan
now; zo now ii ih2 ttine to buy. Come and see us.
CALDWELL & RUFF.
how Dr. Miles' Nervine Brought One
osentuckys rems s
e Men Back to alt1.
F ~ ?:
- l :s s arpp.Iti 6iesto-tenrg;
Ie .;, ndwh s oitapeiars aboesid howed
- c~i~ored him to health when all cise had failed.
[ ad two severe attacks of LaGrippe, .about eight
'2ween them, the last one ecurlning me to my bed for
* ackin~g rmy nervous system, with such severity that my
- * I had not slept for mortthan two mionths$ ceept by
n - t::.t stupefied me, but gave..e no rest. Vqr~ more thiag
- 7as ct;ay consc:.ous of intens 'ntal weakness, agonizing
- ac . that I wa.s hourly growmAg wveaker.
s condition. it seemedi like a providential circumstance'f hat I
- . Miles esorative Nervine, for in two days after I comninced
-g t mprove and in one month's tir~c I was virtddlly cured,
- - h !,thesurprise of everybody who knew ol my condition; for -
- abeiee I I wouldt ever recover. I have be . .
e eg~ere'om"mended your remedies to xiaof my fegs no onle
.s ~liicrgt~~kme for doing so ae I have met thema agait,
- .4 t remains t W -'s. Hilton had suffered with severe
- es i- thirteen years and had been treated by se-veral pihysi
c an- "d high in their profession, without any perceptiblesimprove
. - ho the. .~ Nervine had so effectually cured me, she commenced
s o nexcellent health. We never fail to recommend it."
:A! qq' li Restores
aheS iflTll He alth
Headquarters for Millinery.
TRIED AND UNTRIMED LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
ilats in all the latest shapes. A latge stock of Ribbons, Fancy Feathers, Birds
and Tips. Fancy Pins, Buckles, Velvets, Silks, Crepes and other goods prv
taning to this department. As we have a large stock of these goods *hich
must be sold in season, we have marked our prices on them down. Now is
our time to come and buy at J. 0. BOAG'S.
>sStaple Dry Goods.s<
Nov~eltv as d Solid Color Dress Goods of various
styles and material, n ith Trimwnitgs for same.
~~ ~F.ncy Goo'N .mtd Notion's as low as the lowest.
0 ~ Conme and see for bargains at
0 J. 0. BOAG'S.
CROCKERY, GLASSWA RE,
Shoes, Hats and other goods usually found in a general merchandise store to
bo found a t J. 0. BOAG'S.
Furniture, Sen-ing Machines, Cooking Stoves, Organs, Buggies, Surreys,
Road Carts, and One and Two-horse Wagons.
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