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Orders for Job Work oli: ited.
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AU articles for pi: o r:ta
empan:ed by the true mo the ?!u
-uli written in respect^ui
tilten 'n ot e de tf tit ravr i '
All c:munUiC.ttns-daltd b .1 I ut
loca'-.shold be adr e i "t
.;WS AND E:iER.IL: CO
W. D. 1}OCGLY , Editt,
JAS. Q. DAvIs, Treasurr
WV. J. ELLITr, Bsns aa.:
\V; NNS3OiU, S. C.
The suflrage qetion has 'exce
Iml?r, attention than anythin,r cse i
th ; Convention, and perha)S prope
so. It is conceded that the conve:,:."
was called principally for the piurg e
of settling this question, an:1t .dpti:
sole plan by which white sure
could be maintai ned even if the w bite
po)le .i vdedl in:o two 101
parties N t o:ly \wa it the nur: -C
o g.:t~ zu:ny wh>J rivo;r ':e
m1Ur':ly, bat the; ald wa :C"d t (1 :,
husCtlr. It was to b"e wi *.
pe:.yby c:-ns;Zitmjfina n.c n i -
o tr etecI1.ns iea'cl i r "' .:r t. i. e
absolu:ey fai: and a':l
Senator Tilna:i said th:. ..
was ready to th tow away "the: o s :..
chalice" of fraud so that '::C et:l
point thelr nlIgcrs a.t Sou'h i::
and say "you are ro.te:."Th: Ctn
rittece's report threw one sate gni
at least ::round the eleciins by ?t
viding that all political parties should
be representea on the board of m.:.a
gers. This was stricken ou.. We are
glad to record that Senator Tii:1n
voted against the moticn to strike out
the provision, but we t. egret that he
did not mnake a speech inl uppor~t ot
his position on this speca 'et: e of
the report. Ix is to be regretned t
action was taken on tids~ very'mpr
tant matter when so few ofthe em
bers of the om)vCent were presen..
In thisC )ltc>nc-o i: 1 a plUa -ur1~ to
note thlat Mr. Mce:res was at his posi
and voted against s:riking4 out the f re
vision for igqual uw.gement of the
The appeal provi in in :he ph:2i is
a good one. Under 31r. Ur::an's
amendment an appeal shall b3 de aoco.
that is, that the appe:la:tt shali been
the same footing before any court to
which he appeals as he was b,efor3 theC
Rgistra:ion officer, and the Leg:.s
. lature under a further amendm ertis
required to provide for suc:h an ap
Wedtresday was a very lively day
in the convention. T:e principal innt
ter for conisiderati w::as a proposed
amendment tti;owwg :he State thle
right of change of ver:ua, wvhich p;ro
yoked a very breezy debate between
Messrs. B. R. Tillman and Barker,
who became very personal in the de
bale, but finally clasped Lands, and
Mr. Tillman proclaimed thit Charles
toni and Edgefield would henceforth
be counties 0of the same State and they
would work together for the general
welfare of the State. This question
of allowing the State a change of!
venue before a true bill has ban i
found is a very serious one, and o ih t
not to pass. Mr. Meares, alt og
a strong friend of. the diispen sary,
made short, but vigorous speech
against it, we are glad to see.
means. so much more than
you imagmne-serious and
fatal diseases result from;
triflino- ailments neglected. ~
Don't play with Nature's
out of sorts, wea
and generally ex
and can't work
begin at once tak
ingg themnost re'.
b.e strengtheai .m -
11311 1 'nedicine,which is
Brown's Lro:x Bit
B, ties enre-benefi
- te:,and it'
Dyspepsia, Kidney and L.tys
CoKnstigation, Bad Biood
Malaria, Nervous :iim nts4
'.Get onythe gen:ine--it h:ss eoSs , rec
Slines on the w:apper. Al othz:s n::e sh
sntutes. On rece:it of two 2-.rtnw
w il se"d set of Ten BacGu V,,r~'
Fair views and book-i:.e,
snOWN canMciA cc. m-LT;oE
Y-e followig from t:e r (iu
( ;i is an editorial C:.durSc:elnt of
M. Meares' proposi.0n to allow
omnenl ownting. thr1ee hunitedt( dollar."
worth of proper;y to t h rei
rIuc 1o b:-,nd c issues:
The ainedme t L ; u:C
rticle 1=rol)osed, by r. _e!'t:e-, u_
L-'ai.ti:! , to allw w uoliu: who u:cl
U:U ,t;v of th a of -:9 or t:ore0
r0to v o' 1 ;: a . t211 \v o i'r "''
palitic, a)I)'ars to us t) OC a !hor
U11,41iV L i;od a .(. I o .
t is siafe bctnse at dUes t iro.1'1
due the ele:a,t o. 1:Unia.i1 2'ira,
into .. [purCly cii c,' ece.io1 or
(lte'o0n, )CeaulSe it wuldl aT::t_ bu
tew wOmenCP, aind Uean se, as e: da.l'.
by its advocates, 11he oCCs701.s 0r
such Cle, on1s only ceor at long iUter
vals. It is ipnossb!e to see how any
ha-m conld comle O such a measure.
it is a goo( olC bause it woui
render ;.imple jU6tiCC to women who
own pro: riy to ^11oW t1em to voC
on the question of bou(l'nl all tatd initi
it for vc is to,eiher, anu Lccise all
o\;ners of p.oper,y ofany considera)le
amount should have a voice in the (L"
termination of such2 a ieSton. it
appears to us 1rtt the as:1nnC'.
far, is all one way.
It is reinforced, mo~eutetr, 1.: t '
further iln)orat tu ii lein :tIil
Silch of tie p"op: rt y in , i: : -
iul!ly halt, as e=titcted by ::u an
thoritics-ia held in th mi-l
women, all of his larte ulrt i.
will be rap' esInted in .tI e 99:1!
t!eCtion. The wOme - ow!) it
cannot vote and thir h: -u:tid er
other male represen :i' ve -n 1 11 t e 'c
for thel. Tl.e eie toli v .;N ne de
cided is f;: 1v ) i 1 : . of .ihe
who are estesal- conc n is
It was e.aut'Mnl by rrin
ihat Cver1V m:'ie 1 a'p:yCr o'g" h)t to be
:llowed to vote on such qtlesions,
howeve: small the amount of prol)ertV
he paid ttx on, and he ured that it
was "not right to subje't "ils proper:y
to ta:atioln or mnorItggnC "t*without
his having some voi~c in t.e mna .er.:
This argune.,t hois _ god for
women tc ,iayers as men, in any \ .Cw
the subj 0c, and it h!._ harder and
iV:rCert~ii w he * x:''.r osa o
the C'iiu is to (ivt ViCl -wneri
a 5pciiil 11ivi:rg ,e It i p-o
oed to exCGde S ae men .:om
_:ti?' on ti:e qU stion 0! ba it:;:: the
:i,1ert or the comum'it c
t:e are lt't properlt\ Ownr', "d a
the samie tii1t to e~ cil' i l . oil=
wO own p.one:"t bec-li....l:. rc
n:.t me:). The sc::oa.1 is sim l
i ^onsis:ant i'1 thte pa eharon
is3 1indefensible as it is lu:oni 1stent
if| he property interest is not limpo
rautt ciough to V!!OW wome 'oi 0vot
u0: acecmit of it, it is not imprant: L
.ogh to ecude men. who aol'
be allowel to '" i.I -uch c:e.itis
oa. th e acelectors .-houridlbe
:Kl.aed to vocte. T'ec popo-e-i dis
eriiation is i.eitacer just~ nor logieat.
lavin:t th nerdedt meri1t to i.o0re than
:a-e itood all the adrtesising' clai.ned Ier
the:l, the followng four I medies have
r--aeed a phenlomenCal sale. lDr. Kinga's
'w Discovery, for Consumtption, Coughs
In Colds each bottle gus,ra iteed:El
13!:Dtters, t!'e ea;; i'uedy for Liver,
sur-hi andi Kidnrey: Duchui's Arnica
Mye the. l'est in: the world, and Dr.
..m;'s Ne .v Life Pilj, wIen are a p)erfet
pi. A!! these rceedies t.re guarantce
t4o just what is cl -imed f'or tl-eui and
u.- eealer whose name is attachedI here
wi:1 will be glad to tell you .more of theyu.
Sd at McMaster &i Co.'s Drug Store' "
Whn B3aby was sick, we gave her Castoria.I
Wen she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
Whn she t-,:came 3Mss, she clu. to Casto'ria.
When sac had Cid:en, she gave therm Castor.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castera I,
118 GATxETT ST.
Betwo:n Lord and S. P'rvor Streets.
N nha'f block of two car lieIs
By the day, week:. or month.
MRS. E. R.TURNAGE.
WHEN YOU VISIT
You will find a
,vhich offers the ptublic good b)oard
d comfortable arrangement at mod
Every- Fifteen Mimites~
treet Cars nass the doer for thie. ?'
~uper, BoZ an .Greaktad for
10-15 Atlan:ta Ga.
n fornit ure necw.- lave I n mod!ern
entemene G:, Ek i;eU- het
.n coid water b:d' r.t: on. 0 caeb
0)o. F'ar2 and :l1 a'nmmod:uion
rt-la s in evr rset. C mv :i
i.iAto a!! l ce 1fa ac e m
i :es.a r: 1.u -: U 1r day.
!3S. J. J. BARNi$M,
cor sa tS al
E ,T . ars' Oa3ervatiOn o:
-t s uped 'd:- . '!'sit
th -r-d bas over kno-n. It
f:i7 i_7 chich is _.bsolutely
Castoia destroys Worms.
Castoria aUys Feverishnesl
Castorir. povents vomiting
Castoria crres Diarrhoa am
Castoria re_i:vea Teethig
CaLtoria cures Consipatiori
Castoria nuaize: the offects of c
Castoria acts not containi morphine
Cahin Cas o.sai nlates the food, rei
giving-hoafthy and natural slee
Castoria is put up :In one-size bott
Don't allow any one to sell you an;
th ts "justLs~ goodc" and "i
Gzo t'at you get C-A-S-T-O
signature of t,,
Children Cry for F
C 'i.K' S SALE.
STLATE OF EOUT1i CA !OL1NA,
cOUN:r oF FA'.., FL.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
T. II. KetbLin. The Carolin a National
l;ank, oL ('0inmjin, racd the Cent:al
:agIoni:d I;.i. of Cou:mbia. S. C.,
vs. C. It. Mc%as.er.
TN pursue-lce of an order of the
?I Court 'ommon Picas, made in
thc above s, ,I ca ,e, 1 v.,ll offer for
a'e. brfore the Court House door in
Wi::nboro, S. C., o. the
oFI'ST MONDAY IN DECEMBER
u, within the le-:al hours of sale, at
pubncecatcry, to lhe highest bidder,
bc rollowing describrac property, to
1.'!!ta )::, pice or parcel ofI
.t:d, it.!e lyngand being in the
ddeof -'oQh Ca olina, in the Couty
o '.ineid, coutaining
Acre." more or less, bounded on the
neOdh by I.nds belonging to the estate
of M.rs. Srzehi Picke-tc ; on the cast by
inds of WiliHam E. Yongt.e and James
P. Cason ; on the south by lands of
Richard1 2U'che ..i Ia he estate of~
Mrs. r e N. JUollis. and on thie west
by Tr . of Hi. L. Ellott, Mrs. Elin~
Smithi and Frauk J. Smih.
2. All that parcel or tract of land
in tbe Coanty and S.tc aforcsaid, on
waters of Dutchman' Creek, waters
of a 'aterec Tiver, celitaining
C.NE ii- ME , ND SEt FN ACEES,
more cer is-. 'ou'nded cn ihn ,.crth by
the sa 'h b u' 1..>ne d bilongin
to G. ). Ford. and on~ the wen by
ann : Tiehard Ma.t:ht t and James~
3. "All thrat 1 at Ia the toiwn of
WiXns>oro, in the C oinmy and State
iounLded onI the northi bv ctesion of
Fairfield S. c: ; on :he 'ast by Garden
Street :u tLe scuth by 10:s of WVil
1am Woo,dward an;d A . 'Rnff, and
n the west b: a 'ine runing.paralle.
o (Garden S' rc."~
"O e- n i -., :1P i :h. 1:hineev in
ne a,.d t..o '*a-. '. iIhin -: m
he day of S.me, :s; .o:-n >;hnd
f thle pajretAser m . :a.,g:: of thec
prmises so so]d. Dtna 'lings to bc in
mred and pole assign.'d.
The purchase:' .o p ty for all ncces
R. I. .TE'NNINGS,
C!e k's Office, f;. G.C.L.L.C.
iN EmATE'~ HiOUTSE
238 West Peachtree,
rliIHU R DOOR FRIOM LLNDEN
STEE'T, ON CM: LINE, midway
>ce we Catr Shed msad (Lear) Exposi
DRh.i B. PATTERSON.
. f:VGITNG DONE AND.OLI'
' DGAR~ ?'RAPP
Castoria with the patronage
LS to sp -of it without gaessin?
remedy for Infart- -nd Children
is harless. Children like it. It
their lives. In it Mothers have
safe and practically perfect as a
.d Wind Colic.
arbonio acid gas or poisonous air.
Sopium, or other narcotic paroperty,.
plates the stomach and bowels,
Les only. It is not sold in bulk.
pthing else on the plea or promise
il answer every purpose."
is on eve:ry
STATE OF SOUTHI CAOE!Na,
COUNTY OF r.\FIELD.
COURT OF CO iMON PLEAS.
The Wiunsbo.o National Ba,k vs.
George S. II -arriet M. -
nant, James A. t;:rc, William P.
Gib , an,i .t: TunCi and An
Mrew 1. Tir::n-. :: cpartners undet
i lie iirm? name of !. Tnr,cr &C o.,
.- ?cit-ua : of ;.tl o.der of thc
U' C rt of :ommo. Ticas, made jr
i~bo 3:ated cas', i will offer fot
sale. im!ore the Court iouse door it
W 1!i) sr T S. C., G t th''
FI,bT sOND.AY INDEC EBR
Ie.n. witin~ the legal hours of sale, a1
pu!io ome:rV. to ~the highest bidder
thc f.owi:g 2cecribed property, U
"All that certain plantation or traci
of land, of which Danicl Frazier anc
Nancy Frazier died seizcd and pos:
sessed, lying and situate in Fairtiek
County, State of South Carolia, conl
TW BlUNDRED AND NiSETT-s!X AE
more or less; bounded by lands form
erl of N. C. Robertson, lands ci
D. G. Ruff, the estate of Mirs. Fsnm<~
IBrown, deceased', and the esiate od
Joel A. Smith, deceased, or lately be
longing to said es:.ate "
TERMS 07 SALE-.
"On-hird of the parchase mone:
o be paid in cash, andl thie balanc<
thereof on a credit of one and twc
years in equal annual inn air.ents, witt
interest thereon io the day of sale
payable annually until the whole deb
'and inert he prid.; to be secuted by
Ithe bond of the purchaser and a mort
gage of the premises sold, or all cask
at the option of the pucchaser'.
The purchaser to pay for all neces
sry papers and the recording thereOt
~ ' R. HI. JENNINGS,
Crk's Offie. C. C. C. P. F. C.
Winsboro, S. C., Nov. 8, 189.3.
y2RK~j1'S S ALE.
STATE~ OF SOllTR CAROLINA,
U:;NTY OF FAInFIELD).
COURL1T OF COMDMON PLEAS.
John C. Gadsden and Frank Gadsden
Plintiffs, vs. Lu<.. A. Keller, Man
ie Harding, Osmiund W. guchanau.
John C. Buchanau, Robert A. Blu
chanan, Jr., Alice Walker, Riebecct
Buchanan, Minnie Dooten, Bessic
Booten, James Booi en, Sinclair Boo
ten and Minnie Dixon, Defendants
N pursuance of an order of th<
SCourt of Common Pile , mrde iu
te aove ~stated case, I will oC- : foi
s.Je, before the Court IIouse door ir
Winusboro, S. C., on the
FjRST MONDAY IN D)ECEM1BER
it, wit hin the legal hours of sale, a
b; outcry, to rhe highest bidder
e low7ingL described property, te
"Ali t ptircel or lot of land:], lhig
ein" und s'tuate in the own o
W i: osbor o, Counti. of .FairtiAid, .i
te tte of South Car@lhna, cont am
moke w ]ess, and fronting on Congres:
Sreet of said town, known! as thi
Woo ward place, and bounded on thi
nth by the lot of Jennic Grceschel
oonthe 'ast by the track of the Char
ltt, (Clumbiat and Augusta Ranilro.id
south by the lot of S. D. Dunn, and oi
th we~t by Congress Street of s:u
TERMS3 OF SALE.
'One-third of the purchase mouney
tob adin cash; the balance on
credt oftwoyears in one and, twc
eqal annual instalments,_ with ier
eet he eon from the day of Sale. to b~
scurl bp the bond of the .purchia;e
and motne of the premises sold.'
T h pure'hi:e~r to 1,ay for all neces
IR. .1. JENNINGS,
:C Lk Office, (C. C. C- P. F- C.
Winns i'boo, S. C., Nov. 8, 1893.
E RE AGAIN PRE?AItED.T(
notaelong time loans on I ari
J . Q. DAVIS,
Winnsooro. S. C.
A. E. DAVIS,
CLERK'S 5-ILE. -
STAE 1_ EUTIi CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF F.uuFIELD.
COURT OF COiMON PLEAS.
allie M. Douglass vs. George II. Mc
Naste -, Janes A. Brice, Thomas U.
Ketc:n, Rachel T. Erice, Osmund
R. Thompson and Fi:z W. Thomp
I N pursuance of an otder of the S
L Cot"I of C(om.aOnl Picas, made in %
the abcve staed c:ie, 1 will ofier for f
sAle, be . -- the Court house door in
Win.. bo ' , S. C., on the n
FIRST :ONDAY IN DECEMBER
next. wi '.ln thu legal hours of ,ale. at I
public cr cry, to the highest hidder,
the fol!o:ing described prope: ty, to s
1. -All that c2rtain piece or pa cel 1
of ian, containi.' c
mo; e or ss, yinz. being and sit tate
the own of Winnsboro, in 1 he
.nty rid Stp.c aforesaid, bounded
on the north ;y lot of 'lud nlow or
formerly .elonging to G. W. Rgsdale
:tdl lot of Mrs. L'is Timmon-- on
the east by lot of ls. Lois Timmons,
lot of M . S. S. Gi,ion, Evans ireet
and lot cf Mrs. S. S. Gibson; south by 1
1 of M,. S. S. Gibson, C. A. Dung- c
ass or a wire. ';td west by lots of
l id of :on D-avis and J. T. Chal
iers. ~'above cescribed parcel of
lu b - the seporat ! p_opeaty of
said Gc i. McM"s.er.
2. "i . also that cc. iain other piece
or parc i land, lying and situate in
said to- of Winnsooro and County
and Sta ..fo esaid, containing
more or less, and bounded on the north
by Colc e Street; on the east by lands
of W. . Filniken, aid oa the west
by Weinut Street and 'ot of Bun
Emnerson. The said piece or parcel of
land last above described being the
sc.ur.cA property Of tee said James
A. Br e."
TEIRMS OF sALE.:
"4 e c-ti:rd of the pnrchae m"ney
to be naid in cash, aud the balance
taer"f~on a credit o: ,n:: two
'e. .0i w egna1 ami :-tahnenCts.
- . L t fr:n t ui .' of sale.
;".1I...! : al' . i:rt! t. C. hole debt
i: .:cOa be i :d to be
seearI d! the oad of the purchaser
anI a manugi'(rge of thc premiSes ana
tbe purchaser to pay for all necessary
papers and the recording ther: of."
R. II. JENNLNGS,
Clerk s Oflice, C. (. C. P. F. C.
Winnsboro, S. U., Nov. S, 1S95.
CL ERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CARiOLINA,
COUNTY OF FAUIiVELD.
COL 1T OF. COiMON PLEAS.
Janio Kx. 1U: ice vs. Jamies A. E2rice.
INpirs uance of anl order of thfe
otof Comm on Pic'as made in
the ahw' s:ated ca.-a, I winl oltr for~i
sale, bK'se I bc C;urt lIouse door in
Wnnb-s. S. G., on1 the
FIR-'T MUND)AY IN D)ECEMJBER
next, within thle hg ? hours of saie, at
pubic outcry, to t:e highest bidder.
th follor.ing described property, to
". :b ~at cert-dul piece, parci or
act o1 ud, li:', le:ng and situate
n ( t ity of Fairfield and State ot
So '1 C olino. contain rg
FOUF. iUNDRED AND FUFIY
Acre-. more or less, b:-ng near White
Oak. in said Cor.nty aa: State, and
bounce. un the nor'L by the track of
the Chat Di e. Coluinbia and Augusta
Riairoa ; east by lands fcrmerly
owned hv Mrs. Hlatne Kie!e:in and
J. M. Gallca w ; southa by lands o f
J M. G *.--wa:, and west by. lands of
Ti~I.M5 OF SAL.
One-hirdi of the purchase money to
be paid i:a cash upon the day of sad
sale, and the baiance in tw o equal an
nua ins'alments from day o1f sale, to
be secu ed by the bond of thec pur
chaser, with interest thereon from day
of' sale, ' 3ether with a mortgage oft
the preir ~s so sold.".
The p: 'laser to pay for all neces
R. p- H. JENNINGS,
Cler- Office, C. C. C. P. F. C.
Winsi :o, S. -, Nov. 8, 1895.
.ND SALE4 STABLES.
All persons indch ed to the under
signed by note failing due on the 1st
and 15th of October will prepare to
meet same as full pay ment will be re
I have a few
f sale cheap for cash. Also a few
A couple of second-hand
inngoo runniug order, and one0 p-dr' of
Will sell them for cash or on twelve
WinnTboro, 5. (2.
XX ILL oi' r fr sal te at pubien
da i-" Dhetoc1r (bein th hlL A lur)
been~ the legal h ii' oi :-a 4. all
ttat of lan lyv' r .e t from
en,'LII A.I U. Cathe:u-t an:d
Oth r . , . . ,V l
etan lo all' ia
Uv order1 of Co '11(:
1 -. TI.3 J .\ li\T\NT. Clltk.
NOW READY. **
We have received and are now ready to show our Fall and Winter goods.
re have the largest and most complete stock we have ever shown.
Our stock of Dress Goods is magnificent, comprising a fine line of colors,
erges, Flannels, lenriettas. Also the latest novelties in Mohair, Silk and
Etool mixtures, and an elegant line of Black Goods. The prices are fally one
Durth lower than ever before.
Beautiful st. yes in Si'ks for Waists, Silks for Trimmings, Velvets, Jet Or
anents and Gynps.
We have a very large stock of all Domestic Goods, Satteens, Prints,
ringha'ns, Bleaching, Canton Flannels, etc. All c.)tton goods are advancing,
Ut we can give you low prices for we BOUGHT EARLY, and BOUGST LARGELY.
We have tthe ctt apest F.annels, Biankets, Wool Underwear, etc., you have
een Since tbe war. See them and you will be convinced.
Tlere ha bec -; big trust forwed to put up the prices of leather and shoes.
Ve bough' ou shoes car:y and bougnt a very large stock. consequently we
an oi-er you a great variety, and at lowest prices.
:./ili ery. -:-M
Our stock is now ready for inspt ction. Miss Ketchin has been North and
,an give you the latest styles. We have a large stock of the newest and most
lesi able goods. We offer you the best work and lowest prices.
We want your trade and know that we can make it to your interest to
rade with uz. We offer you the greatest variety to select from, polite and
:apable attention and the lowest prices. Come and see us.
CALD WELL & RUFF.
RIDE A S EA RN.
Ask any STEARNS rider
what he thinks of his
STEARNS riders are satisfied riders.
Join the ranks of STEARNS enthusiasts.
E. C. STEARNSI& CO.,
Syractise, N. Y.
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