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sell to tne
't is too
shrent s af
Tiz , on the
Ic.-T he man
dinner in the pres
must make up his
Mr. A. W. Eargle
ecue at Wallaceville
the -:petrified man"
He will be on exhibi
there for his dinner.
Srr ST;rPLY.-The follow
report of the policeman on
r supply nteasnrements taken
.rt-house cistern.......... 14
pot ciseru.. .......... 0
Neil's cistcrn .............. 13 2
i'himr5" ciStern............. 8 6
2amuzxngs' cistern............16 0
Collge cictern............... 9 6
Why suffer Coughs, Colde and La
Grippe when L rATIvE BRoMo
Qunix will cure you in one day.
Does not produce the ringing in the
head like Sulphate of Quinine. Put
up in tablets conveuient for taking.
Guaranteed to cure or money refunded.
Price f5 Cents- For sale by McMaster
Were you in favor of receiving new
clubs or not? An answer is expected..
To Legislative candidates: Are you
in favor of having the Dispensary law
amended so that the election of mem
bers of the county Board of Control
shall come before the people, alao the
election of Dispensor? Give your
positi.n on the road law.
Our camtaign meeting will be held
at Mr. D. P. Crosbv's mill on the 11th
of August. I have been requested tz
say through the columns of your paper
that there will be a picnic there on
that day. The public are cordially
invited to attend. There will be re
freshments ser'ved on the grounds;
And there will also be a match game
f baseball playe'd.
July 20, 1896.
C:op and weather Repori:
Crops :esuffering for ramn in this
setin'; 7t is 'very hot ; the tempera
ture l.:r *'en as high as 100 degrees in
this '>' .3 the shade.
Cotronii opening rapidly. Mr'. Ivy
Eavler se' s he witi sell a ba.le next
week if Aoing happens.
Old c=r:: is made ard most of It is
PottteKs peas. e-A, are doing very
Mrs. Phowae Thomas, of Junction C ity,
[l., was to.d bvylier doctors she had Con
sumptiou e nd that there was no hope for
her, but two bottles of Dr. King's Ihew
Discovery completely cured her, and she
says it saud her life. Mr. Thos. Epaers,
3 Florid.1. St , San Francisco, suffered
from a dreadful cold, approaching Con
sumption, tried without result everythimg
else tfien bought one bottle of Dr. King's
New DLiscovery and in two weeks was j
ured. He is naturally thankful. It is
such resnits, of which these are samples
that prove the wonderful eficacy of thi
medicine in Coughs and Colds. Free trial
bottles at McMaster's & Co.'s Drug Store.
Regular size 50c. and $1.00. *
The Speaking To-day.
The candidates for United States
senate and state cffices will be here
to-day. The speaking will take place
from the band stand in the court house
yard. The candidates have shown a.
disposition to move on a hg
d it in hoped that old ~el d will
allow her people o4e writnen up
lers or distarbers. If there are
tes horn you do not wish
t t'tem have their time
plion. There can bej
nd much lost by dis
~. We bespeak for
ur county a quiet.
r every man. lie
it tc him.
Fe^stervile club 0o --rey enC!or '
our -rother members. Mr. J. (Y
Wol'ing as a eandid^te for th' t MusE
of Representatives. we al:o r:o"'
our young friend I'- l - P. Jeff. e
a.s a car.Id_;J,.' or ont-- TI 'e.uri
and covned t'ian . th voters o1
Fair5eld as men wo"-h> of thei 'nu
port. The meeting was attende. .a
men from differe:t scetiois of th(
township and voiced the sentiments o.
the peopl of this sect-ou.
1obt . r. Jefares,
f 2 , iSi.
For Over Fi;t Years.
MRs. WINSLOW'S SoCTHING SYRU.P i.V
been used for over iif*y years by milln:
of mothers for th-:ir children while teet.!
in-, with pe:fec' succ:-ss. It soothea i .e
child, softens the gums, allays alt pain,
cures wind coiic, ai a :e ou.st reme*x y
for Diarrhcea. It will relieve the poor l.i
tie sufferer immed&ately. Sold by )ra "
cists in every part of the world. Irwenty
ive cents a bottle. Be sure and ask f~r
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
tate no other kind. 5 - i Xl
Children Cry r Pitcherfl Castoria.
Longtown, S. C., Atgust 1, 190OG
Mr. J. W. Poovy's engine was blown
t pieces the other day by tf boiler.
It happened that there wat nobody
near enough to get hurt. Mr. Foovy
was threshing oats for Mr. Naylor,
and by some cause, th.y don't know
what, the boiler exploded. Pieces of
the engine were thro='u iu Watcrec
iiver, some distance off. One piece f
the boiler, we';hir.g ab^nt two
three hundred round , was blow.
about two hundred yards. As it was
leaving its starting point i+ cut three
stacks of oats pole and all in t:vo.
Mr. Robt. N. Reeve. left yeier: a,
for Clemson College, I hop, lie wilt
make a success, as he is a smart young
Mr. Frank Stec"t, (if Mitford. and
his two daughterS, have becU spnd
ing a few days in Longtown ^:lil
friends and relatives.
Miss Annie JIynes is visitit g
friends and relative= at Aiitford.
The general heal'h is vcr. good i:
Mv best wishes .o the eca didates.
From a letter written by Iley. J. Gun.
herman, of Dimodidale, Nifch,, we are per.
mitted to make this extract: "I hiwe no
esiLtion in recommuending~ Dr King's
iew Discovery, as the results were almost
marvelous in the cease of' my vife. Whilp
[was pastor of the B3aptist Churcn :t
iives Junction she was brought down with
Pneumonia succeedingz La Grippe. Ter
ble paroxysms of coughing would last
hours with little interruption_ar.d it seeined
as if she could nlot survive them. _A
friend recommended. Dr. King's New Dis
overy; it was quick in its work and high
ry satisfactory in results." Trial tiottles
ree at McMaster & Co.'s Drug Store.
Regular size 50c. and $LO.00
FREE SILVER SPECE.
Under the principle that prices de
pend upon the quantt of mnoney,
this wholesale destruction of sili'er
should have caused a. great sIamp) m
ri'es. It did. During i.ta 20 years
receding 1873, prices had~-risen.I
per cent a year. During the .shes six
years after~1873 they iell mor~e th n
the 20 per cent the; had gained i
D 0 vears before. For the first time i
auc history, Ar.rc wv:. fille \'
aps. Goim ,x. to uo init WO'l
bothgod anud silver. Go'd thee
fore increased in value ad everything
ie fell. They' hav' continued to
alleversinc, wit'i the exception of
We temporary rises c-msed by the
Bland-Allison Act "f 1878 and the
Sherman Act of 1890. Cotton has
falen from 17 cents to 6 cents. There'
rre then,. only 20,859.359 tacres of
wheat in cU V4tion, but the value or
th crop" ~ $$'310,180.375; wher~eas
i 1805 there were 34,047,332 acres :n
cultivation, w hich we wortb o: jy
237,93,99; a fall of $72,000,000 hi
alue, notwithst an dmog the increased
roductio ; for the yield in 1872 was
Sbushels while that of 1895 was 13.7
s sels. By the demonetiza'bn of
ver the farmer of thir. conuxnry low'6
tt less than $1,000,000,000 deliar:..
he allin prices since 1873 amm ot
atributed to ech:cl,ed cost ofI
poucio'' as is clime~id ob. tt:
gold edvocat es, bec .use or 1br:>r
sving Iw.mT"V Tthe greaLtP t'
ance in improved me:iiBoas ainee 182>
has been in u-ar.uf. ct. .; en blish
ments and not in gricahm eI(. Neairly
all of the agricultural maer.me were
in se before 1373. YeK ajrea as late
as 1891, breadstufl& have~ fallen 40 41
per cent, cotton 17 per~ cent. while
nanufacturis, with all their unproved
machinery, have fallen 0.44 pier cenIt.
Nor can it' be chareed to "uver-pr o
dction." There was y ccater irc:-eas'
of roduction from: 185) to 1.870 thaa~
!rom:1870 to ]88>. YdA r.izes r;ue
duing the irst period 19 pr: ce
ardfAll duriner the second 30 per~
en t. Te procu:rbon of whtia i'i
1870 was, in proportion io populati(it'
as great a'n 1800, yet the~ price~ fell
50 per cent. There iia' c'r!amnly b< en'
no overproduction j.-l1 h.-, yit bnid
ms fallen 30 ner cet.
No, this great robbery .' the fanna-~
md of the laborer at'd of all the~ pro
iuing classes was due to t he stikimg
own of silver and r, ne bha: lhe.
he pe.ple realized i:. n !have e-: r
ince been tryin.g to :mia dy .n.
oorect the errer~ by renuvin
the passae throurh '.e D eocra:':i
IIooo of a free-coiin::.--of- ijver -a:.
but in tLe Senate it reeeiv(1 t~'
Allion amendnmen'. which hiuai n a
the oinage to not le s than $2,000
000, nor more than 84.000.000 Cachi
month at full legal ten.der ('rcel:
where otherwise ipuhite m i
contract) and it bem a'fl( hav ov<r
I Jes' veto in F'heniary 1874. Uni
nes esved and prices re'.e i three
po 2. er cent. It did r,ot meet
.:2J, the Sen"te
.., ,..uaie bill the Iiouse
.ded it Th^ cnif^?",;v1^-p en
mittee agrecd upon the Sheran' L
which provided for the most ly pur
chase of 4. Inillioni ounces of silver
with tr'-asury noti" cre^teC for th
purpose, redeemable in "coin, a.
le ral t'i l"r er:cept whrrhi ot1; r:vise
stipui1tnC. 'This eil'urt in beha!: of
silver ~" . prtiall: successfu1.
Silver ros' t'' $? 2f 'm .UnCe but did
n'o? stay. In tha int'^r part of 1890
.h ,t great tban';ing ec of Baring
Uros. raiied, .t:rtin1 :- corl'e"tiont
vhic uIlminate'd i" tihe pan i" of 1893.
Th' yhcrnan niotes m7enterilily con
tribute: to helping rs weather that
storm by giving us $4,500,000 e-Lch.
But President Cleveland called Con
gress together and on Nov. 1st, 1893,
fo'ried tt, r^peal oc t:c purchasing
clause of that act. I then prices
have coutiinuedi to fall more ruicouSly
than aver. And they -ill go Cn
falling lill sou erhing is dore I::
There can be Urt o"e reaef: :i,
rest.ratiol of silver to .7here it was
le : I bl answeI' e. in detail al! h
Ir.um( i ts that have been add!ced a
to r;h thi country- "annot enter upon
the free c "if.a(e of 'ilver above and
ind1(;m'iil lit of Europe.
F :t:Ce mlaintained th co:tng.e
ev, :1 t.e "c of l.3 to I frcm 1803
to 1S7.;. i' -are i!mmesur.bly an
perior ; F. ce; our wealth c::ceedz
that of t ,. Britain by more than:
1-3, that of !.alnce by" 2-5 and d ,ub;e:,
th-t of Germany. Our ml:anufacturies
are 3-4 greater than :hosc of Gr.at.
Britain, three tins rreater than those
of France an- 2. times arcater l'an:
those of Germany. We produce "-:d
consume m oi e thin ot;C-hnlt az much
as the rest of th world combined.
We tran nct more than 1-3 the volume
of t.e. world's business. Our rail
rond= carr. mor.1 than one-half the
carrving le. of the world. We
would be t. :;"ed further :t
fact that 2-3 of the pro:ile +:cul? n,r
There is no d:nger of two much
metal being coined. The u:cover .d
paper money of the world is about
y2,470,00e,000. If $100,000,000 were
coined per annum, it would take 25
years to replace chat- paper.
Nor will we be made the "dumping
ground" of the world. The total
amount of silvrr coin in lhe world i
Our populaticn i. 70,000,000. So, if
all the : i'ver of tihe world w ere
dumped upon us we would on, have
$5.t ner head. Si!ver is in 0,' =: -
of existing coin, wares or bui r.
Fl a,ev, the president of tihe .N
Board of Trade. cdiNts th t f""--.+"l
siiv' coin would' :ot come here, be
cal. .0 nation has more ih:.n it ne0eds.
Eurvpe and A;ia have no more than
$2.50 per head. Nor wuld it pA) to
melt 't down. for it has less :ilver in
it than our own cloin. Silverware wvill
not be converted ino' coin. because it
is worth tor e i:n i:s weight by e
son of the work e.pcr dAd upon it. do,
bullion alone nee~d be deal. '.ith. O!
tie $216,000.000 silver produce:1 in
1894 nlot more1 than $6,000,000 nv s not
consumed ini coinage 0nti inl >e art ..
That anu be no r-ilems mcc'ie- r
portion to the. world's population of
14,000000,000. So there is no silver
to be dumrped on us.
Nor will the siivEEr dollar become a
'50-cent dollar.'' The gold dollar .is
no a "2004 ent doiler," for it will
exhatge for tw:en a- much pr oduct
as it did in 187Z ('n th: other hand.
the silver dlollr's JNrp.:t or Mexico
w! buy as wnl:;' of <mr grea: staples
a the .in or lo- toar would in
183 4 1)I Iii e i only a 50
-et C3- - hen" mei aredi with gold.
So soon :'. *t ..i: : a . a lcgalte -
00 000.000 o 0; id:'n,coprt
and pubnlic in.oeb 'r:3 will be, pay.
abl ic i, and h wil p.t t. at par,
for r.o one would3 2.- les :h:m 100
cents for it. No - neeci wo fear enrich
ing the silver mriner: h:i will simply
.er a W1:i.S bu!Eoti is worthl. The
overnmenCft will nlot buy it bnt simply
oio It. li, after it is coined it shall
ie woit.h only 50 cents, as asserted by
the gold moan, then he will be none t'he
richer. If' it shall be worth 100 cents,
as asserica by us, he will simply be
se:tigr his own, as he did before 1873.
~The imperative need of our people
is more money. Silve r coinage will
give it to us. The great masses of the
people are aroused all over the coun
try. The struggle cannot end till their
demands are graented anid we have re
stored to us the cidollar of out-dad
lUncklen'< Ant'ica Sa ve.
The Best Salve in the0 world for Cots,
Druies, Sores, Ulcr's. Satt, Rheunm
Fever Sor'es, Tetter, C;hcpied iHnds,
ChilblainIs, C2'orts, and all Skin Erup,
iions, and p'witir ;y cures P'ile% or no
pay regmnied. t - ;uarantteed to inve'
perct sati.sf. c:in". or money refuanu
ed. Prt'cz 25 '~ ctnper box. - or sale
by Mlater & Co
D UEF W EST, S. C.
Opens I: -1. \XOdnieLdf 'In Sm I): (1'
be:. L4arg'e 1 Itt 1 e hi: ; : y' :r' ill
To~cours r.. L alitig to the A g''eS
Tot; exuenSes for lhe nine matas.
Iif bord 1-il',.erdi in the 'llome,'
mn mlb,n:,king~ toad ex'ense
Wite for Catalogue to
W. MI GR IER, Pres.
Whnse a Childe, she cried form Castora,
And vol need the lightest and coolest gos
them at ri lit prices. o oods mean get. We havt
White go ds in Lawns from 5 ets to 25 cts se and fine.
Dotted S ss, checked and plain nainsook, ie and in
Colored awUS, Dimity , al so die and dimity
colos; pice . om 3est 5aconat and Orac-big variety o:
colors; price e'n ts to I5 ctfs.
Embroiae' MS, insertions, Laces Silks for wi: 25, 374 and 50cts.
Silk glove and mitts in black and cream cob
Gauze und Iwear and hosiery.
New suppl of Thompson' glove-fittine coets,. also R. & G
Big lot of la zes, misses and childxens Orforchnd strap sandals.
.OES TO PLEASE EVERY'DY.
Geuts gauze s irts, white shirts nel
Big bargains i millinery. , nlge shnr.
We offer you th, best goods atllowest possile prices. Come and
CALD WEL1 & RUFF.
-FOR THE HEALING 1F HE NATIO.s.VS XWANfi B FEED
I TIE GRE.T SOUT[IEEN R y FOR
fill Skin and 3lood Di- eases
It purifies, builds up and enches
the blood, and never tfail
to cure the most invete -
BLOOD AND SKIN DIJ
EASES, if directions are fol
E lowed. Thousands of grate
.. ful people sound its prais
adattest its virtues. -
tWRIT for Book of Wot AND SALE STABLES.
derful Cures, sent free on Pn
plication. - s
If not kept by your local drugr I still have a few MULES
send $r.oo for large bottle, r left over, and aong them a
for six bottles, and medicine will. ov a
sent, freight paid, nice small saddle and barness
]BLOOD sBiL. CO., ttlanta", a hans
Chicheatera E:2. rh Da:nd Plaf. - I have also a couple of new
EnL P S BUGGIES for sale-cheap.
SAr, ylwycv rclil e, LAPICI SAk
nr?'r a And a few milk COWS for
J.. boxes. Pia: with bluc ri,t.. And
nooi.- trp.e 'cng.rcus sale:
oa e Au* sale eheap, or exchange for dry
fi t .a r..tma.a+.,:? ntC cattle.
Cheetr CdaC,_:Ra per.
Winnsboro, S. C., April 14, 1896.
md everyone needs it at allimes of the
rear. Malaria is always abt, and the
)nly preventive and relief is keep the
.Iver active. Youmusthelp 'ver abit,
mnd the best helper is the0 O4d, SIM
'AONS LivER REGULATORJ RED Z.
eMr. C. Himrod, of Lan.ter,g OEdo,'
;ays: "SIMMONS' LIVER GULA TOR U1it rTi Jl , 2
,roke a case of Malarial Fr of threeI
ears' standing for me, aless than
ne bottle did the business. shall use
.t when In need, and recomid it."
Be sure that you get it. Alzs look for l (' Tf
:he RED) Z on the packagrAnd don't I,)1i~O~~jJ (f
'orget the word REGUL ATOlit is SlAM- are~l
RONS LEVER REGULATOR4 there is usLUIJI UJ r
ynly one. and every one wakes it is I 1h-htVTrfI r r
sure to be benefited. THENEFIT IS *
ALL IN THE REMEDY. Tat also for . & O.
Biliousness and Sick Headac both are
:aused by a sluggish Liver. .
J. H. zeilng & Co., Phiilihia.
SUMMER DO, SASH A
The Ideal Riemedall dis. FA TO Y
eases of the stomalBd bows
elM, such as .DiarrhDysen' Dresd Lubr
is that standard (media Sinl,
. DR. KING'S . H-air,
ROYAL GERMIER. Cne nT
Thousands of certificates atteAct. Brackets,
Mr. ..rcolmer. xoseiusko. Miss: -tj,y Stair work,
a*loy uu naue a* on thi' *y Balusters.
ta aee*uc ai.M food' ,lgr. Anthn ideverything (
trae ytebs p *scans"n tCtl needed for buildingor
l'ebt hrtwie.ItenCsY n FArC TIES STORES,
th eneur n ca etiytarl DWEfLLAINGS, CHURCH
cured, and that Germetuer 4l?.t!w ES.
Iatr , .* Cal or wvrite. 'All inquiries n
and al"dderTaiS. plrmply answered.
inblt,tO8lp~e r 'sB. M.. SPRA TT & CO., a
and"b..d" upE' rn" Chester, S. C.
moving the cans.
arSold by DruiZists, a' Agency for'
MANUFACTt.;RED 0oNLY b
THE ATLANTA CHEMICAL.CD. GA C
WBITE POE 48-PAGE BOOK
Use GERIETUrEE WILTS
GERIETUER COUGH SL TRAE 13,
-OESICN PATENTS. 0
- For information and CfPree te t I (
There is fun mf ux co..S1BODA,iz o
foami, and health eyptntake ou yu sbogtbfr
Rootbeer- the gr*Ih C i X
temperance drink * Tlr=t 'IILI
~tt!* n~h Te ~ 5.H~.CrPia,r mnshld h e *tbu -t ~io
It is high time you were throwing off that heavy coat and vest
And come look through my magnificent line of cloth
ing-I am sure I can please you. I have coats and
vests from 50 cents upward
I still have left in stock a few pairs of white duck, and
brown linen pants-will close out very cheap.
WHEN you are on the alert for bargains, remember the
leading clothing house.
J. L. MIMNAUGH.
Q. D. Williford, Manager.
EWe have them at the right price,
W. R. DOTY & Co.
A NEW AERI7AL.
Bay State, Gents $3.00 Shoe Just Received.
A New Lot of Dimity, Sateens, Ginghams, at 5 cents
Good Shirting Calico and Dress Calico at 5 c. per yard.
Ask to see Our Hamberg Edgings.
J. M.Beaty &Bro.
P~SEE the BIG CROP of COTTON coming?
The price may be low, but the cotton must be ginned anyhow. I you
not spplied, a SMITH IMPROVED Gin, Feeder and Condensea, you
price to nhav e I c a no e eat n quntit or qu lt. J us w rite us
Gio you nda NEW BOLfri youT EnogieWe can suit you . K.
to us, we kow what to do wit Em.OERALDSedTe
DO OT AIT unil you hve picked a bale of cotton before having
.0. McKEOhN & SOFfNSHI
~ORNWELL, Chester Connty, - .. --S.C
Highest of all in Leavening Power.-.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report
RNIP SEEDs o
Tutabaga, Aberdeen, Golden
3all, Purple Top, White
l1obe and several other va
.I. C. Harness Oil for greas- dllf Ui
aig and polishing harness,
lachine Oil for threshing,
Iowing machines etc.HA V
'la.nt another crop of Beans."H M E S
nd 90 D.ay Corn.
'lenty of time yet for anoth
e' planting.- 2 to 4 pounds average.
rasons Fruit Jars at 5 cent
adding's Tin Cans, with
itent wax string for sealing.
iggest line of.Coekerv- and.
lassware in town.
nigs, Medicines and(BAL,OGNA SAUSAGE
idr Winnsboro Hfote) -