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WINNSBORO, S. C.
Satur,lay. October 19. :5
IF a man can't convey or moi tgage
his homestead what in the world (toes
he want with it? People want property
to do with it as .they please- We
concur fully with the views of Mr.
Ragsdale. Without the right of con
veying, the greater part of what our
people have to use as a basis or credit
would be almost useless.
How to prevent lynching is a prob
lem that wi:l be very hard to sulve.
Th- ;ite lyncing fo a priSoner in
Hampton County may add to the pros
pects.of the adoption of the following
ordinance, offered by Mr. BeHlirger in
Section 6. In the -case of any priso
ner lawfully in the charge, cu-tody or
control of any officer, Stnte, county or
municipal, being seized and taken
from said officer cithe, by force or
stratego by a mob or ot;er unlawful
assemblage of persons and at their
bands suffeting bodily violence or
death, the said officer shall be dened
guilty of a misdemeanor and upon
true bill found shall be deposed from
hi; office pending his trial, and upon
his conviction shall forfeit his office
and unless pai doned by the Governor
shall be ineligible to hold any office of
trust or profit within this State. It
shall be the duty of the prosecuting
attorney within whose district er
county the ofiense may be committed
to forthwith institute a prosecution
against said officer, who shall be in
cicted and tried in such county o:her
than the one in which the offense was
committed as the At r.cy General
mnay elect. The fe-es and mi:cage of
atl maternal witnesse< b>th for the
State and for. the defenise shall be paid
hy the State Treasnrer in such manner
as may be provided by law.
COOGLER'S NORTHl CAflOINA
A warm word battle, which may
*have been the cau-e of the recent hot
spell, felt everywhere except in Ashe
*ville, was recently waged betwcen the
*Charlotte Observer and the Columbia
~State as to the respective literary merits
of those two. burning geniuses, Coog
*ler, of Columbia, the poet of the Palm
. Tree State, and Shep Dugger, author
.of 'UBal0am Groves" and a poetic
prosistof whom the Old North State
may well be proud.
The State sustained, with no mean
ability, the claims af Coogler as a po2t,
while the Obserrer, after dilating on
the classic prose of Dugger, declares
that it is convinced that if Dugger
would only turn his attention to poe
try Coogler would be completely over
shadowed. But the Morgan ton Herald
has entered the dusky aren)a of con
*troversy, and comes for ward with the
authorized announcement that Dugger
does write poetry, and gives a speci
-men which it attributes to him, and
which, we confess, places a serious
handicap on Coogler if he expects to
produce anything resembling it. It is
entitled "The Wood-Chnck," and, as
the Herald truly and fear!es&y says.
"has on it the breath of the mountain
woods, and none but a true p.o( t w~ ould
1 are seized npon the little mountain
inod-chuck to tell the story :"
Johnny Wood-chuck sat on a
Aud he squinted down through
an ivy clump;
Ai.d his little red heart went
ker-chump, ker-chump, ker-chutmp,
K-er-chump, ker chump, ker-chunmp,
Ftr I.e saw Polly Wood-chuck
sitting on the lap
Of a knocked-kneed, red-heaueai
wood- chucker chap.
So bie laughed till his tail went
ker-fiap, ker-fiap, ker-flap,
Ker-flap, ker-flap, ker-Blap,
The only weak point in the argu
ment is that there is some doubt as to
the authorship. But the Herald is con
vinced that if Dugger did not write it
-no could have done it if so inclined."
Now that the first heat of debate is
over and this import ant question may
be calmly discussed, the Citizen wiThes
to say that it is nothing if not patri
otic. But it has been with sot row that
we have noticed three repu:able jour.
nals endeavoring both to arouse a sec
tional feieling concerning these two lit
erary lights and to bound poetic genius
by State lines. True literature is
n'ever sectional, and no one who ap
preciates it at its true worth will be
blinded by such narrow controversies.
We have noted, too, with superior
contempt, the deliberate ignoring of
Asheville's bard on the part of these
uthinking controvertialiss. That it
* was a deliberate oversight may 'e in
feit-red from the fact thet not to know
toa whbom we allude is to argue one's
self an ignoramus. To quote only on"
g- m serene from our own Fuller is to
pot these hasty bickerers to shame
In describing a german lie sings:
' Of all who dance at Ba:t rv Pok,I
1(d irather dance with him,
None like that evenir'g sp: r:
We need not s:nop tot ask Ifanrle .
oogler or proud Dugger has pro
uced anything like this. Who that
eads it can help thrilling with sym
iathy as in his mind's eye be moves in
he mazy dance and hears the intoxi
ating music? The perfume of violets
9 in the air-"On with the dance, let
oy be unconfined."
But however unpatriottc the Citizen
nay appear, whatever carping crii
ims may come from those who would
'trive to limit poetic prose or prosaic
poetry by arbitrary State lines, we
rise superior to such pettinestes and
proudly proclaim oursives as in favor
)f American, not S,ate, genius. Doing
this we must say that Georgia has pro
duced a poet who has remained too
long a "mute, Inglorious Milton," so
far as the public eye is concerned. Too
long have the unsympathetic and heed
less ears of his compatriots remained
deaf to the heartstirring music of one
who has given to the world at least one
poem, the like of which we have not
seen in Milton, Dagger, Tennyson,
Coogler or Sappho. Where stands
F. L. Stanton, with his catchy verse in
the Atanta Constitution, when com
pared with W. C. Smith in the follow
ing dirge? It wuld have taken the
destruction of at least 500 bales of
cotton to have fired the heart of in
spiration and produced anything akin
to this deathless song of sorrow. It
was published in 1888 in the Bain
bridge (Ga,) veinocrat, and we have
waited in vain for the Georgia papers
to recognize its true merit:
Th-i lavely old Thronateeska
At last have been destroyed
On a Sabbath day
While on her up river voyage.
The unmerciful flames
That did the terrible deed
Which no one could help or be
But all should take heed.
The groaning old steamer
I always did love,
And it made my heart flutter
When I heard her whist.e above.
I always did like a -teamboat
When painted white and green,
And upon the red waters to float
And ring her bells jingerling.
Tnis boat will be missed by m&ny
As well as the crew,
Her white masts look like a steep!e
About the captains and pilots too.
While on the Apilachicola bay
Shined her Electric light
Her wheels would roll the waters
In the stillness of the night.
What a literary throe was this, our
countrymen! Let the Charlotte Ob
server, the Columbta State and the
Morgantcn .Ierald retire while they
means so much more than
you imagine-serious and
fatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
If you are feeling
out of sorts, weak
and generally ex
and can't work,
begin at once tak
~~ing temost relia
Brown's Iron Bit
ters. A few bot
B ties cre--benefit
it comes from the
pleasant to take.
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Llve:r
Constigation, Bad Blood
Malaria, Nervous ailments
4Get only the genuine-it has crossed red
lines on the wrapper. Alt others are sub
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WASHINGTON, D. C.
The best p3.00 Men's Shoes on the
Made from tannery calfskin, dongola t
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for InfantS and Children.
T HIRTY years' observation of CQ tMIA'With tho patrowLfe Of
zluons of persons, permit us to speak of it without cutsSing
It is unquestionallv 1te ost remedy for Ilf=ts =n_am.ildren
the world has ever known. It is harmless. Chidren like it If
gives them health. It will save their lives. In it _mothers have
something which is absolutely safe and practicauv verfeet aa
Castoria destroys Worms.
Castoria allays Feverishness.
Castoria prevents vomiting Sour CurdL
Castorla cures Dirhoa and Wind Colie.
Castorir* relieves Teething Troublej
Castoria cures constipation and Flatulency.
*astoria neutralises the efects of carbonic acd gas or poiso*ous air
Castorla doee not contain morphine, opi-m, or other narcotic p
Cstoria -zimi-38tes the food, regulates the stomach and bowels,
giving heAdthy and natural sleep.
Castoria is put up in one-size bottles only. It is not sold in bulk.
Don't allow any One to sell you anythin: els On the 212a Or 02-2se
that it is "just as good" and "will answer evry purpose."
See that you get C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
The faWiec-sionle v er7
n4xnatUre of 42. A '4ZK 7 wrapp.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
- CLERIK'S SALE.
Cotton States and International
Exposition, STATE OF SOUT11 CAROLINA,
.z.tLa:ta.L, a. COUNTY OF FAIMFIELD.
VI. THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
SEABOARD AIR LINE. Mary M. Armstrong vs. George 11
MeMaster, James A. Brice, Thama!
II. Etci.3 Mary E. Ketchin, am
ESTIBULED LIMITED !RAJNS Thomas. K. Elliott, a; Agent of Jen
I nie B. R-orough, (substituted to
Upon which no Extra Fare is Charged. HenLry . -Eldiott.)
- IIr,N ur ce of an order of th
( T ul. .C I 'o.mon Pleas, made i1
SOLID TRAINS the abov, ae. ,ase, I will ofler fo
Chr'eston and Columbia to Atlanta sale, beftir. 'tbe Court House door i
Winnsi"e ., ,. . on the.
without~ 403 ge FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
I 41 45noit, within the legal hours of sale, a
1HDL.40 1 4 public outcry, to the highest bidder
_______ the following deseribed property, t<
Lv Catawba .... 1O.29 am. 9.50pmi... .....(1) "All that certain tract conveyel
rvUCester..11.05 am 1038pmr --.- to us (Geo. L:[. NlcMaster, .Jus. A
L Carlisle..11.29 am 1109pnH-.----.Brice and Thos. II. Ketchin) hy Des
Lv Suhtrletn. ...:... :..... 7.00 of Beniamin. Jennhos, dated 3rd Dt
LClubIa..2-. ... ...'.OpmnL. a cember, 1884,.conitainiing
rv Prosperity.. ......... 7.8pm 12.9n ] w. IINDRdD AND l-vN YvE
L Newberry....L........ 7.58pmu 12.43 p * ,ADal T1
L Clinton...12.29 n'n:12.08n't 1.40 P Acres, more or less, on the head w ater
L Greenwood.. 12.57 p m 1.04 am1 2 34 P~ ' of Little Wa' el\c Creek. and bounde
r1 Abbevile.... 1.24pmI 1.45 amt 3.00 p' bvjlands of Rioe Gamnb!e, T. Patric
Lv Calhoun Falls1 1.46pm' 2.16ami 3.6 adFrniGeg,ndteRc
Ar Atlanta......' 4.09 p mt 20am1 6.45 P aond t Frad.~ cig te R c
EQUIP3 ENT.(2.) "Also, .lt. that certain tract o
en m. I land conveyed t o Thomas II. Ketchil
Trains 403 and 41. are composed of| by Deed of G. B. Pettigrew, datcd tb
th handsomest Pullman Drawi ng- '19th-August,:1890, contammng
oopn, Bauret Sleeping Cars and D-if . IN tNnuARs
oaches. .J OEhNRDARS
No. 403 ("The Atlanta Special") is imore or less, bounded by road fron
e ibuled from enid to iiul and is iWinnsboro to Ashforads Ferry, land
opated ..oli. frm Washinyton. i' At- of William HIclmner, and lands form
ta wit/hout change. I ryblonging to Jerry Baylor, land
No. 4: is operated solid f*r.om Porte - of .W. T. Pettigre w and T. D. Feaster
mth to Atlanta wi' muu eba~ne. I(3.) '"Also, all that certain tract 0.
No. 45, comiposed .'f D)ay Coaches.:land conveye) to us (Geo- 11. McMas
os pera'ed solid froum Charleston to Iter, Jas A. iSrice and Thos. HI. Ketch
Aata (through Srnter, Columbia, Iin) by Deed of Nancy Cathcart, date<
osperity and New berry) without 17th March, 1887, containling
cnge ONIW UIND RED AND FIFTY ACRES,
The-e tr-ainis land passengers in the
nion Depot at At ata-as r.car the mn'r e or iCes bonnued by lands no0W o:
:poition grounds as hlrotugh p'assen r mn :1y' he io.'ging to Mrs. Craig, J
ers via any line are kleded. Kamuedy and .-tners.
RA?~S. I(4 ) " Als-. ;n i that certain tract 0:
-FRO3L- A I ONE P.CNDRtED AND FIVE ACRES,
-FROM-- A_____ .- | C.'.)mm- or Iess, designated by the lette
-..d-- .-- --o n a plat of r-esurvey in the cast
ot W2. A. Cook, phintiif, vs. Joel W
Ctawba............ $1221) 3 S 00 5~ -15Ashford, and others, defendants, anc
ester............. I 05~ 810' 595 the reinainder in, fee, after the lifi
Chrlest......... 13 10i i 5. 4 20 estate of Matilda M1. A sbford, in
Sruetern........... 13 61 U9j 0 tract of One Htudred and Fifty Acret
Clumbia"....... ..11 35~ 8 3 s 69 designated on said plat by the let ti:
>sperity............ 9 45 6 95 4 70 "B" (Roll 850). T he t wo last men:
werry.......... 9 10 6 65 4 630 tioned tracts being the same conveyec
Clntn ............. 8 651 6 35 4 10 to Thomas H. Ketchin by W. H. Kerr
eewoo........... 7 45 5 70 3 40 C. .P., on 3rd November, 1884.
bevioune.............. 6 4 4 70l 3 40 (5.) "Also, all that certain tract o1
S- land staate about two miles from th<
DATE OFSAL ANi LIIT. town cf Winnsboro. conveyed tc
D~LNATiE FsL AN!D LIMIT- Thtyras U. Ketchin by Deed of Jas
LusA-ikt oddaily joDe A. P,ri*e, a, Assignee of DavidR
ember 15 h, with ereremc jit lj Fienmil c:, dute* a st November,188 6
anary 7th, 1896. 1eo,t:.tining
OLUMN 0.-Tickets sol daily to..De- n1t>nEANDT RY-IE
eber 30th, with exti ema limit 15 N31NI:)AI)TITYIV
las rm d !eof s iye- Dc .At-rs, irore "C- 1'4. andlh b.anded b3
m:nE.--rikes sl. dil t D-~ Peanv's Ferr ai.d, v '1od- of W- ?
ember 30th, with Cxtr emne limit i Smni;h, H1. L. E!ioit, W. Ii.o e nd
days from date of sale. F. E~ide r.
-rHE EXPOSITrON -rTERMS ('F S \N
'-One-third of the pur'chase money t c
rpasses, in some re-spt ;ts, anv Expo- be paid ini cash on the de - .,f sale, and
iton yet hel.l ii Amer':ca. Here you the b)alance thereof on :a'credij of onc
d, side bys:de, exhibits fronm Flori Ia a.nd two yecar-s, in two) equal annual
l Ala-ka. (aliforni'i and Maine, the instalments, with interest thereon fr-onm
Jit ed States of Anmeric L and rhe the dav of sale, payableanrnullly, until
itu d 8:ates of Brazil, Mceo and the whole debt and interest be paid:
a~a, and so on until ne'ar ly every te be securtd by the bonds of the pur
.lizd nation on the globe is repre- chaser- or -purchasers and mnortgages
ed. On the terraces are foud, of the premises respectively .sold."
mng many other attractions. Arab,~ The pur-chaser or purchisers to pay
Thnese and Mexican villages, shnov.ing for all necessary rapers and fc rrecord
-thow tho=e people have their "dailyinthsaeoracsha homn
al and conversalon-" iof the purchasor le rspecrje pur-tOI
Ask or ickes v "Te Sc?*ad R. H. JENNINGS
kr Li; iktsya."h ca r Clerk's Ofice. C. C. C. P. F. C.
Lme. .leiI (.- -ee'at.n Wtnnsboro, S. C., O.ct. 12, 1895.
~ii be made and further imformation
riuished upon application 'o any ~... ...- -
get of the Seabo.n d Air Linu.-, or to - FO AE
ieund, i-signed. F SAE
. t GLOvEIC, -r J. ANDER SON, WILL offer for sale at pnb in out
Trafiic Maazer-. 4Gen. P'as-. Agt crym-, before the Court Uouse door
E. S-r. Joui. Vice-Preshide. in Wirnnsboro. S. C., en ihn fir-.t Mon
-- - _______________day in December (bcing i ce 2nd 'lay),
~--~between the legal hour-s of sa'c, all
~otIce-.that tr-act of land lying west fr-om
30tfC&- -Winnsboro, kr.own as tile P.irk, con
E ARE AGAIN P'REPARED TO- taining Twenty-two Acr-es, rnore or
negotiate long time loans on farua less, and boundcd hv leuds of r.
orgages Address .B adno- .Ctcr n
J. E.. McDONA LD, oTher- ade,A I.Gteatai
W. D. DOUGLASS, or otr.
g. g. ixyyis, Tl:e Council re:erve dl.c ight to noe
6-tf Winnsooro. S. C.. Tet arny or all bids.
A. B. DAVIS, By order of Council:
Mrs. M. 1. UL. Ls-r, Proprietress.
No. 85 Loyd St., Atlanta, Ga.
$1-50 to $2.00 Per Day,
Special Rates by the Week.
G-EOMC. 3ES. -C.M&XrT3X
WHEN YOU VISIT
You will find a
which offers the public good b)ail
and comfortable arrangement at mod
Every Fifteen Minutes
Stroet Cars pass the door for the EX
Supper. Bed and Breakfast for
One Dollar. -
Mrs. G..B. Rcberts
No. 234 Whitchall Street,
10-15 Atlanta, Ga.
118 GARNETT ST., R.Il
Between Loyd and S. Pryor Streets.
Within half block of two car line!
leading to Exposition.
By ii.e day, week, or mIth.
MRS. E. R. TURNAGE
IN PRIVATE IIOUTSE
'238 West Peachtree,
t TIRD [DOOR FROM LINDE2
STREET, ON CARl LINE, midwa
between Car Shed and (niear) Expos
MODERATE RATE .
DR. A. B. PAT TERSON.
Cabbage, Onions, Potatoes, Ap
pes, Canned Salmon, Mackerel
Cipped Beef, Potted H a m
Smoked Sliced Beef, Corned Beef
Sardines, Royal, Good Luck, ani
Sanco's Baking Powders, wholt
and ground Pepper, Green anc
Blacki Tcas; all kinds of Cakes
and Crackers, Cheese, Coffees
Slied and*~Grated Pineapples
and a full line of Fancy Groce
Call and see our assortment o:
Glassware andl Crockery.
;,;L. TUATTLEB3AUM, D) D S.
ee NOW READY. e*-46
We have received and are now rea-ly to show oar Fall and Winter goods.
We bave the largest aud most complete stock we have ever shown.
Our stock of Dress Goods is maguificent, comprising a fine line of colors,
Serges, Flauel, lenriettas. Also the late.t novelties in Mohair, Silk and
Wool jixtures, and au eclega:;t line of Black Goods. The prices are fully one
fourth lower than ever before.
Beautiful styles in ilks for Wai-ts, Silki for Trimmings, Velvei, Jet Or
naments and Gvmps.
We have a very . ht ge stock of all Domestic Goods, Satteens, Prints,
Gingba-rs, Bl a';hnig, cauton Flaniiels, cic. All tton r.gods are advancing,
but we can give yott low prices t'ur we BOUGST EARLY, and BOUGHT LARGELT.
We have ttie ebiane-t F.ano-ls, Biankei-, Wool Underwear, etc., you have
seei Nm:e :w %ar See them wid yoa will te convinced.
Tzere ;.as been a big tirn-L foracd jo put tlp the prices of leather and shoes.
We iogh, our Shoes e ir:v and b>ug., a very large stoek, consequently we
can oll'r yotr a great varietv, ald at iowust iricep.
Our stock i. now ready for insp(ction. Miss Ketchin has been North ard
can give you ,he latest smyles. We have a large stock of the newest and most
desi:able goodR. We offer yon the best work and lowest prices.
We want your trade and know that we can make it to your interest to
trade with ui. We offer you the greatest variety to select from, polite and
capable attention and the lowest priees. Come and see us.
CALDWELL & RUFF.
Ask any STEARNS rider
what he thinks of his
STEARNS riders are satisfied riders.
Join the ranks of STEARNS enthusiasts.
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W. D. GAS H CO.; -.,.
Worth Its Weight in Gold.
D R.MILE' NRVIN RETORE HEA LTf. hen he erve ar
won ndwek,an vtliy s t lw b. hebrinfocei
wekndadte nelculpoesdle. tiaei ot
lkDr. iLES NERVINE restor S HEALTh. Wenteere
woreeni and wekdudtltytoifryu what o evin e ain fore Is
haeakbenenvld and thdotctua ors ulledar. I lo st lostea
m therat mih nd beoms atmrouws adkenolita taery sverener
Theoustubeogn aic toadully prwforsteir fntio,thstndn Ihas actior
the pan fu an irrgciar, th finlood becme hinuae and ae and thintire
sIeme woul teeted wI caoell ue hesownretin thufere Is. nothadg
liser.caleis, Noeie to sor thre ah. noprsefeigthog
my chelt. my duy troe ifoh youpitatn ynould cariel sadon my
haefeet, an invtoalidundletoralk alonne otears. th lotst myndear
othd would Mac.d nervs afere In wsuc taknditon tha ver seveld notre
andIus rduble, whic grutahe gost wfmore nowstadgsune
th caeo a phcanIsmn fially purcamescaed an fd gaves'p Restoraiiv
nevie woud beo bthefrst I canotcell y chowngea a sferbter In was monhad
tetera wats asgretimstwprovee in dy,ok a wellrsed feelings Thg
pprested fin an trube whetatiy diapad, yould scarelystnd onuch
bet.e and wI tota:unaldt walk alo itne. It ven the ligts nowind of
cn wold achlfile,M anere werm inpyt sch cnImtion tha I uld n bwien
afdr twyas ucd to but theghostn om foreellkrm l self n w l
isa an adueriemnanpucadabotef Dr. Miles' Restorative Nrie ti ybs red fe
tme the remwsareat itmisrovet ints weight as elld. feigs h
can wPlk ainf l e , ndil, I .,hpp o say IM ANeten I aveHBen
Miles' 0 Restor
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