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NEWS AND HERALD.
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ud written in rcspectful language and
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.4 EWS AD HERALD CO.
W. D. DoUGLAss, Editor.
JAS. Q. DAvis, Treasurer.
W. J. ELLIOTT', Business Manager.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Thurs.ay. Deeember 5. :.:i5
HOKE SmITH will run against Crisp
for Jne. B. Gordon's seat in the Senate.
Hoke Smith will run on Cleveland's
platform -.nd Crisp will run on the
silver platform. Smith is in favor of
the repeal of the 10 per cent tax on
State banks but thinks free silver will
produce a panic. Crizp made a silver
speech about two weeks ago. This
will te-t the silver issue in Georgia.
FROM the decision ot Jadge Sim !I
ton t.endered in the United S'ates
ourt - few dai s ag.,, it appour< th t
one may purchabe liqrr for hia own
penonal use but he cannot give any of
it away. The iner-state commerce
law protects liquor for p -rso:a! nze,
but if the personal use is abandoned
the protectiou of the inter-state com
merce law ceases to protect. Mr.
Gonzales got back his own keg of
liquor but the law would not protect
the keg which was ordered in his own
name but given to his brother. Uncle
Sam says, therefore, if you buy liquor
you must drink it yourself.
CAICAGO proposes to bave a cotton
exposition next year. This Is a good
for the South and for Chicago.
vertise and develop our cot
will advertise the nume
of the South in cli
u ctions of the soil.
or Chicago and
r it. The
Flint Hill, S. C., Nov. 28.-The
farmers of this section are preparing
for anoth'er year. Gee haw an I get
up is the order of the day.
The cotten is all gathered, ginned
and about all sold.
Mrs. Mary Gibson, who has been
quite sick for some time, is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Peal have gone to
Atlanta. They will spend several
days there and ret urn to Abbeville
and spend a while with relatives and
friends. They will Ibe accompanied
by Mr. Willie Peay and Miss Leona
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Cassell left
Tuesday for Atlanta.
The death of Patsy Davis has caused
quite an excitement in this section.
One of the wom~eu was carried to jail
on Monday. It is hoped that the other
two will be there before long.
The home of Mr. T. E. Smith is
frequently visited by the Timnmons
ville enterprise. .It is from a f1*urish
ing and wide-awake place. A
The Wateree River is very low for
the season.- It has not been out of its
banks since the first of April. P:enty
of.corn made on the river this year.
FlitiHill is on a boom; has a good
Sunday school; all we need is a
preacher and an editor. Mr. T. L.
Johnston and Mr. Booth visited our
Sunday school on Sunday 'last. Mr.
ooth delivered a splendid address to
the congregation Many thangs to
them. Hope they will come again.
M~r. Booth is the teacher of the Wate
Mr. T. E. Smith lost the skirt of his
coat to-day on a plum bush while
getting wood for the engine. The
fr'ends of Mr. Smith will regret to
hear ot his loss. s.tL.D.
JOINED TO HIS IDOLS.
Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. 3. -Colo
nel Robert G. Ingersoll lectured this
evening at Ottumwa, La. The Colonel
was interviewed on the 3,000 prayers
offered for him on Thanksgiving Day.
He is not visibly disturbed by the
prayers which the Christian Endeavor
e rs of the nation caused to be made;
Thanksgiving Day for his -salvation.
When asked :f he believed in the efl
of these petitions he said:
Oh, we will have to wair and see
at will be done. I suppose that
is busy with all the people'sI
s.ayers of Thanksgi'ving and has not
ot around to m,y ese yet. We will
have to wait and see what will be
dlone. If the prayers are effective,
then the Endeavorera ought to go
after Grover Cleveland. His message
reads like he needed it."
Bueicien' me A1 SaLvo.
?roc Ba SAnVs inThe world fo: Cuss,
are Sores, Uftcers,Salt Rtheum. Fever
-rm fetter, Chepped.iand.C. ChilMjains g
-:rn:a. rnd ail Skin Eruptions, and po::i, S
...... -ure.. Piles, or no pay r ;cired It
i*. r:'eed to give perf~ct ,:ao1etj,
. ree rd unded. Price 2: tsp: r
bur Fdr jate by McM-swer & (C -
Sympathy With Cuba.
Washington, Dec. 4.-The joint
esolution on Cuba introduced in the
'enate to-dey by Seiator Call, o
Norida, rsads as follows:
"Resolved, That the government of
he United States recognize a coudi
,on of public war between the gov
.nment of Spain and the government
>roclaimed and for some time main
ained, by force of arms, by the people
)f Cubs, and the United States of
America hereby declare that they will
naintain a law of strict neutra:ty be
Lween the contending powers and ac
::ede to each all the rights of belliger
5nts in the ports and territory of the
United States. The Congress of the
United States protest and remonstrates
against the barbarous manner in which
the war in Cuba has been conducted
and the President is hereby authorized
to take cuch steps as may be expedient
in his judgment to secure an obsery
ance of the laws of war as recognized
by civilized nations."
Tillman on the Message.
Washington, Dec. 3.-Mr. Tillman,
of South Carolina, said to-day regard
ina the message: "I see nothing in
the message that indicates statesman
ship or a regard for the general wel
fare of the people. The question tha
suggests itself to my mind is, if he
retires the greenbacks, what will be
substituted therefor as currency? I
national bank notes are to b. issued
upon the bonds is:,ued to retire the
greenbacks, why not save the interest
that will accrue upon th-se bonds?
Both the bonds and the greenbacks are
the promises of the government to pay.
The only difference is that the bands
will draw interest and the greenbacks
not. Why, then, saddle this additional
interest upon a suffering people? The
policy of Mr. Cleveland is surely lead
ing to platocracy instead of democ
Britain Will go it Alose
Constantinople, Dec. 3, via Sofia,
Dec. 3.-It is reported here tbat after
the meeting of Ambassadors, Sir Phil
lip Currie, the British Ambas&ador,
notified the Turkish government if the
firmans asked for were not granted by
Saturday next, a British gunboal
would be sent through the S'raits of
the Dardanelles without the Sultai,
permission, to act as an Psxra guarc
ship in the Bosphorus for the protec
tion of the British Embassy. Effortz
to obtain confirmation or denial of tht
report have proved futile. Italv i
;aid to endorse the action of Grea
For Over Fifty Years
MES. WINSLOw'S SoOTHING Synr ha
been used for over fifty years by million
of mothers for their children while teeth
inz, with perfect success. It soothes th
child, softens the gums, allays all pain
cures wind colic, and is the best remedi
for Diarrhea. It will relieve the poor lit
tle sufferer immediately. Sold by Drug
gists in every part of the world. Twenty
five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask fo:
Mrs. Wintslow's Soothing Syrup," and
ake no other kind. 5.-26fix1y
An Appeal Taken,
The State ha, taken an appEal fron
the decision of Judge Simonton in th
Columbia Club case, which will b
carried to the Circuit Court of Appeal
The constables delivered themselve
uo yesterday to the United State
marshal, but were released pendin
the ~appeal. The matter will not b
the death of Fra n~
daughter of Mr- and Mrs. J. S. Brice
which occurred at Ninety-Six ori
Monday night. The funeral tool
place at Ninty-Six on yesterday. Th<
child was about eight months old ani
had been ill for several weeks.- ork
meansj o. 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
. ad generally ex
and can't wvork,
begin at oncetak
m~g temost rehia
ters. A few bot
ti comes from the
very first dose-it
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Lwver
Coistigation, Bad Blood
Malaria, Nervous aiments
~ et only the genuine--it has crossed red
lnes on the wrapper. All others ar'e sub
1 il send set of entioful: . t s~
SFair views and book-free.
BRWN CHEMiALCO. BALT!30FE il,D
Blood aad Skin Diseases
BOTANIO BLOOD BALI? never fail
to cure all manner of Blood and Skin di
eases. It is the great Southern building up!
of skin and blood diseases. As a building'
up tonic it is without a rival, and absolutely'
beyond comparison with any other similar!
remedy ever offered to the public. It isa
panacea for all ills resulting from impure!
blood, or an impoverished condition of theZ
uman system. A sinele bottle will demon
stratoeits paramount virtues.
GilSend for free book of Wonderful Cures.9
Price, Sr.oo per large bottle; $5.00 for six
bottles. _ _ _
For sale by druggists: if not send to Us, ~
and medicine will be sent freight prepaid on
receipt of price. Address
BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, Ga.
for' I nfants
Patema's Drops, Godfrey's (
most remedies for cbI'ren ar
Do You Know that opium and morj
Do You Know that in most countrl
without lateling them poisons ?
Do You Know that you should Dc
unless you or your physician know of what i
Do You KIow that Ca.',ria is a p
its Ingredients is published witl, -c:ry bottl
Do You .Know that Ca. .. is the
That It has been in use for nearly thirty ye
of all other remedies for ehildr! n co:nbined
Do You Know that the tment 0;
other countries, have issued e=e1usive righ
"Castoila" and its formula, and that to
Do You Know that one of the rea
because Castoria had been proven to be a
Do You Know that 35 averai
cents, or one cent a dose ?
Do You Know that when poesesse
be kept well, and that you may have unbr<
WeU, these things are worth knm
Children Cry for
A Mistrial Results.
The case of ) R. Feniii e i v;
Atlas Accident Instiraznce Cmpan
Boston, Mass., wherein the plain!
sued the defendant on an insuran
policy for $2,500 damages by the l
Of is arm by a gunshot wouud
May, 1894, consumed the time of t
United States Court yesterday, Jud
Brawley presiding. The case iN
hotly contested all day. Messrs. Cle
& Ma!ler and Crawford represent
the plaintiff and Trenholm, Rhett
Miller and Col. John T. Sloan, the
fendants. The jury, after being c
for several hours, failed to agree a
were discharged at 9 o'clock last nig
Youlr BSoy Won't Live a Month.
So Mr. Gilman Brown, of 34 Milli
South Gardner, Mass., wos told by1
doctors. His son had Lung Irouble,:
lowing Typhoid Malaria, and he sp
Sthree huindred and seventy-five doll
Swith doctors, who finally gave him
ssaying: "Your boy won't jive a mont
lHe triod Dr. King's New Discovery an
few bottles restored him to health and
Sabled him to go to work a perfectly v
man. He says he owes his present g
fhealth to use of D.r. King's Ne w D isc
C er - - bethe best in
uble. Trial Bot
Co.'s Drug Store.
an steresult Of susd.
den elimat=c changes
Ely's Cream Balm
is acknowledged to be the most thorou
cure for Nasal Catarrh, Cold in ileada
Hay Fever, of all remedies. It opens
cleanses the nasal pass4es, allays p
and inflammation, hea'.s the sores,
tects the memtbrane. friom' colds, rest
the senses of taste and smell. The Ba
is applied directly into the nostrils,
quickly absorba<l and gives relief .rt on
The results that follow catarrh,, d;ue to.
dropping of poisonous matter into1
throat, ale irritation of the brc-achial tul
and soreness of the lungs accompanied
a cough. In all such cases we recomme
sfineola Dlahn to be used in connecti
with Cream Ralm.
Ely's Pineola Baamswili he fou
excellent for all throat and lung infia
1' ationis andj
stui.tin wi S
.... ,vriablys rner
a large. pfrm
age of hose wo ab-rse the casus
be cn-unpton ho rationl fea.,si
Balm ~ er bttl; linol alsam in
in uatitesof 2.s0te il wast' < f
of exprss ur sses. T herep
aganageosewhosup ose the ae
be Scieumtin tho. Dearent suffei
from aronas, woidorep t scu
ofte a faed byeciaarh Reoth len
die age pnt tose.h arie f rea
fr qatiis ork:.5 . will elivertis
amut i .';.' ELY B r Rid thoser
Streeat, er York.irejdmet
The~c maaen f theircIInult.
SThe~ Carois, wiher to~ cae
furey. Tfere aSpecisal ie
A opents. Tosebwod are fit.
$t fo itwr will find youhis
: W.et, proevac, Mar , h
repc oc their, S.C.nnt.
You Know that ragoric.
,ordial, many.so-caned Soothing Syrups, and
composed of opium or morphine?
Une are stupefying narcotic poisons?
s druggists are not permitted to sell narcoticS
t permit any medicino to be given your Chd
t is composed?
rely vegetable preparaton, and that a list of
rescriptioa Of the famous Dr. Samuel Pitcher.
ers, and that more Castorla is now sold th
Ece Department of the United States, and O
to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the Wora
mItate them is a state prison offense ?
,ns for granting this government PrOtecton w
e doses of CastOria are farnished for 35
of this perfect prepaYrati0, your W
ken rest ?
)wing. They are fa
113 GAtNET ST.,
J ATLANT-A, GA
e Between Loyd and S Pryor S:r et
ed Within half block of tw, car in
leadijg to ExpGAitio!
Ut SERVICE OGOOD.
at TERMS MODERAE]
By the day, week, or month.
Swas.. E. R. TURNAGE
ntWHEN YOU VISIT
en- You will find a
od C.omxfortable Horne
tewhich offers the public gooMJee
:es and co:mfortable ,arrmnit'at mc
Every Fifteen Minutes
qStreet Cars-passabe orf.or4am
Supper. Bed and Breakfast f<
Mrs.. G. B. Robert:
Nd o. 2? Whitehall Street,
id10-15 Atlanta, Ga.
IN PRIVATE HOUS~H
s 23& West Peachtree,
THED |DOOR~ F3ROM LINDE
,STRE ET, ON CAN~ LINE, maidwi
a bet we en Car Shed and (near) Expos
Nf1 EW 'BEDS,
IMODE RATE R ATES.
COMFC RtT ASSURED.
~DR. A. B. PATTERSON.
IS HlEE EBT GIVEN THAT AP
]liston w-ill be made at the next ses
'sion of the General Assembly foi
mendm'rats to the charter of the Cap<
Fear and:Cincinnati Railway.Compam
authorizimg~ the building of the roat
to teIimate of the State, eithei' throug.i
Greenvilleor Anderson, as the Direc
tors may.determine, crossing interven.
ing Couties, and from near- C'umder
to the No~rthr Carolina line in the direc
tionfof .tSothport, N. C., crossing
intervening Countieg; and to change
the name :to the Southiport and West.
ern Railroad i Company, together witt
othe :geumral amendments to the saic
G. II. MASTER.
J. C. GAr.DW.ELL, President,
Secretary and Treasurer.
* FOR SALE.
H''IRTEEN HITNDRED ACREScof
t3Jland, situated near Albion. oi
Lhe R.iver, formerl r owned by Jno.
S Dernglass. It will be divided inte
smalI tracts if necessary. Terms easy.
If rot sold, it wil I.le rented.
Apply to J. E. McDONALD,
J. Q.DAVIS, or
-2f ... W-.M D. TiL /T-AS5.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO.
Central Time shown between Jacksonviiie and
Eastern Time at other poTnts
Northbound, No. .I No !0!
Oct. Eth, 1S95. Da ily i : .
LV. Jacksonville . . -p6 20.p... --.
Lv. Savannah ..... ...-.. 1p 41 , ------
Ar. Columbia ....- .----. 330 a .
Lv. Charleston...- ..---- 1 00 p --- -.
Ar. Columbia .... . 1 -0 V) P
Lv. Augusta ..... - - -... P
Graniteville .. ------ .
Johnstons ... ..- - - - S. i 3i0 p
Ar. Columbia ... ..... - - --.-1
Lv. Columbia .... 4 50 a 470 a T -
Winnsboro.... - -- 01 a G 01 a 0- 1
Chester ........... -G S a G 5: a
RockHill .... ..... a 7 2 ,2 a; -
Ar. Charlotte .... .----- 8 25 a 82: t
Danville--.... ...... 1 30 p 13u p :
Richmond ... .----- 640 p 64"p t1 1
IWashington ... .- p *' P! '
Baltimore ... . 11'5 p 1ll ) a
V'biladel hia .- 0 a.u10 1
NewYor -- --.- 20 a 20 a 25
Southbound- N.Da o- Nt
Lv. New York ... .....115nt 12 15 1 p
Philadelphia ..---. 350 a 3. n f P
Baltimore ........ 6 22 a G2a 9 21.
LT. Washington .......1 a 11 3 10 )
Richmond.... ...--- 125 5 p )2
" Danville ......... 60 p 603 p
Charlotte .... 110 00
Rock Hill-........14Sp 114,;
" Chester .......... .. 5 n 2)-L-t;11
" Winnsboro........ 114 a 114 a:!.l
AT. Columbia ...... 20 a 0
Lv. Columbia ....... .......4U
" Johnston ...............632alOP
" Trenton ................ 4Sa 3V,T
" Graniteville............. 716 al 4 p
Ar. Augusta................ 00a 4151T
Lv. Columbia .........700a -. 4(0 p
Ar. Charleston ........110a. Tp
Lv. Columbia .. .. 1 p
Ar. Savannah ... .4p
acksonville0...... a 4
4: 30 a .:1 940P
SLEEPXNJG C.&B SERVICE.
NOVAnd.Washington & Southwest.r.l Lim
Ited,Pullmanl cars Tampa to -New Yorl,. Solid P~ull
man train with Dining cars north of Charlotte~.
Vo. 85 and 8 U.S8. 1ast Hail- Thro8gh Pull
an Buffet Sleeping tar and first class coach
Jacksonville and -New York; also Pullman c-ar
SA and Charlotte.
X.--No.85 and 36 do not enter 7nion Sali
tion Columbia, but discharge and 1vke ou pas
gengers and baggage at Blanding St. Sta -.
W R,, S. . HAT D '.
G. P6 A., WAsmTo,.,. A. G. P. .-, ATLA'TA
P. L WELLES, Supt, COLiri.L S. C
V. 13. GREEN,J 3i. CULP,
4.Supt, W&SGTON. T- M W.-111NGTO
Evaporated Apples, Peaches
- Apricots and Prunes.
Hecker's Self-Raising Buck
wheat and Oatmeal.
Barrel best N. 0. Molasses
-Eas.t India Pickles, some
thino- fine; try them.
Also loose Cucumber Pickle
A full line of Canned Goodi
3always on hand.
All kinds of Fruits in stock
A full line of Heavy and
Give me a call.
AND SALE STABLES.
Just Arrived and for Sale,
Among them one Fine Saddle Horse
.nd some Fine Mares suitable for rais
ig stoclr. Will be sold cheap for
s b or on time for satisfactory paper.
..A few MILCH COWS for sale for
ccab or exchange for dry cattle.
-Winnsboro, S. C.
DEGTFUL ROOMS. hOUSE
and ftiiture ne w. H- ave all modern
co lveiencles. Gas, Electric1 Bells, hot
ad cold water bath rooms on each
floor. Fare and all sccommodations
fist-class in every~ r.espect. Conveni
ent o alt places of amnsemenClt. Im
mediatey on car line to Exposition.
Rates, $1..00 anId $2.00 per day.
Scial rates to parties of six or more.
.'MRS. J. 3. BARNJES,
283 Whitehall St., Atlanta, Ga.
N THE LAND, AND HAS ALSO
sold a large quantity of goods
ger amount which we
sell. - - -
MIL I NE RY.
We have had a rushing business in
ais department, but have r-,ceived
ew ,upplies and can please ou in
tyle and work. Do you need a Wrap?
Ve have them chee,.
Lo suit every one in style and quality.
)nr Shoes give good service, give
omfort, and are at prices to suit your
ymrse. We have some good bargains
n Clothing-men's, boys and chil
Iren's. The latest styles in men's
Ra!s at low prices. -Something pretty
every indvcement in variety, quality
WELL & RUFF.
TEARNS & CO.,
Syracuse, N. Y.
O. ---- -
rvine Brought One
Lck to Health.
ed somn eclaiie,delpds
'ippe ItiI ies ofth nrvs;
.ead wh at eirts deveHlop, stt
portit appe:s s:odeiie, selss,o
ipe.lt ise a! dese the niervs;
reivittaksv fo:rce. a boudste brinh
ace hsytm woi-th suc:ert that il e
.of ntsemn.; eaknf l est aong
prik appienal circusane aothow
ne.lt for n two~ days faferIcomenL
re oth'cs timahe I a ut cued,
yodyS~OfOCf whokne ftof my don for .
:over I ave en 'st in r xcelln 1:ii:
fintnso,wen I ave met them riain
rs. Hrcito headferedw svr
iio,prwietitay perceptble mprovI
o effectusalltuaiy curedm,secmecd
.v W ve fal to recomnd it." o
rove. I ave D.r W. Hxc1.cTol:x.b
*C~ oralyo a Retries.
Mr.Hit0 a sufe with 1
Th.e Price <
[AS PUT NEW LIFE AND HOPE I
put new life into trade. We have
in all lines, and have a lar
- - - want to
IfNt R1SS G00B3S
Ve lead the race for style, quality and
rarietv. Be sure to see them before
ou buy. Our line of Black Goods t
:annot be excelled. *ilks for waists
Lnd Triminings, beau'iful Crepons,
ie%v styie:Satteeiis, Outing, GluOiham
ind Prints iu pleae every of e.
You should not suffer from cold this
inter. We can sell you woul goods
:heaper thar you ever bought them.
Special bargains in Flannels and Bian
kets; also men's, ladies' and children's
We want your trade, and can offer yot
RIDE A S
Ask any STEARNS rider
what he thinks of his
Join'the ranks of
W.D. GASH C
sleepless, evl,, aLG
'y\w this o iali ad epresena1
gr. of th heule Inali nte Oif
hastir:mce racn in thc south, and whose
Dr. Miles' Nervine Restored him to h
"In 1839 and '90 I had two seve
snth~ ine rnng betwee~n thorm, ti
fe;:: moniths and attacking my nervo
li1: was despaired off. I had not slept
th u. f narcotics th::t stupefied m<~
eight ic,ig weeks I was only consciou.;
i:odily y un :md the fact that I was ho
Wheni in this conditionl. it seemed1
learned of Dr. Miles' Restorati,ve No
using it. T bogen to i mprove~ and in o
and very m: :.a arprise of eve
nor.e of the . rdI would ' ': re
since and ?h:c. r<o:umel'd your re:
Swh.:n h: ::,e L t thauk mue for de
xrut th .st remains to be told.
servous tro,ule(s f&r thirteen years a
cians, who stand high in their prof esi
went. Seeing how the Nervine had
:.sing it and is now in excellent health
LGcUISvILLE, Jan. 22, 1895.