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NEWS ANI HERALD.
rNBLIHED .T21 WEEKLY
' EWS AND HRERALD COMPANY.
t R S.1% ADVANCE:
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WINNSBORO, S. C.
Tuesday June 14, - - - 1898
FEOHIBITION.
It is the Same FIght Over.
We clip the following from one of
.our well known weeklies:
A. C. Jones, chairman of the State
prohibition executive committee, has
written a letter to several newspapers
declaring that the reversal of Judge
Simonton's decision does not affect the
position of the prohibitionists in the
campaign. We quote from Mr. Jones'
letter:
I anticipated the decision in the
statement made several weeks ago,
when I said, "That it was the old Ight
of 1$92 over again," except while at
that time it was against the saloon,
under the old bar room system, now
it is against the dispensary, with its
beer privileges, hotel privileges, the
original paskage stores and blind
tigers, which have sprang up with the
dispensary system. The only effect of
the decision is to close the original
package stores and remove them from
the field as competitors of the dispen
sary, but it gives individuals the right
to order as much as they please for
persona! use from outside the State,
without the interference of the law
under which the dispensary is operated.
The facts still remain that in 1892
the people of the State, without regard
to faction, presentedZan appeal to the
Democratic party to be permitted to
vote upon the question of prohibition
with the view of making it a State
law. Permission was given, and the
party .pledged itself, if a majority of
the voters voting at that election voted
for prohibition, that that party would
pass a prohibition law. They failed
to redeem that pledge and the same
people came again to the Democratic
party asking them to give them a leg
islature that will carry out their wishes
and- *n administration to enforee -it.
The moral principle is still the same.
The dispensary is a whiskey measure,
not a prohibition measure.
Mr. Jones has. clearly and tersely
stated the cue of prohibitionists.
What he says of the vote of 1192 is
history. Not one word of it can be
confuted. The issue was made in
1892 and voted upon in the Democratic
party at the polls. Prohibition won
and prohibition was robbed of the
fruits of .victory by somebody's defi
ance of party commands and some
body's violation of party faith. It is
this year, from the standpoint of all
those who opoe the sale of whiskey,
the same fgtover.
Yes, it is the same fight over against
the making and the sale of intoxicat
ing liguors in the State by whomso
ever done--blind tigers, blockade or
by the State dispsary. And yet
forsooth becaus. the prohibitionista
wish to be heard again at the ballot
box, the advocates of the dispensary
would divert attention from h
issuthe impression
t eprohibitionists are in league
with "the whiskey men." But surely
ii we were in league with "the whis
key men" we would be in league with
the dispensary, for the dispensary has
the monopoly of thaswhiskey busine~ss
is South Carolina,
"Oh! consistency,' thou art a jewel.?
If these friends of the disoensary
mean that the prohibitionists are in
league with those who were engaged
in seling whiskey before we had the
-dispensary, then we would ask, where
are thle people of such an alliance?
Have the prohibitionists been courtig
the favor of these men? Was this
class of sitisens prominent in the pro
hibition convention in Columbia? and
were these the men that were nomi
nated for offiee .on the prohibition
ticket?'
But you have heard f 'rmer bar
room keepers cay they won. ; ote the
prohibition ticket. Does that prove
such alliance? They are free citizens
-to vote as they choose; jast as other
men. If they choose to vote the pro
hibition ticket we shall be glad to have
them do so, just as we should be grad
* to have those who have heretofore
favored the dispensary, or anybody
else, vote with us. I
Many of those addicted to.the use of
whiskey voted for prohibition in 1892,
and yet had a dispensary stuck right
* under their noses, and thus were in
vited to pursue their downward course.
"Woe unto him that giveth his
neighbor drink, that puttest thy bottle
to him, and makest him drunken also."
Heb.2:15.
We should be glad to have those
tempted by strong drink to vote with
as that we may help them to moe
temptation from their path. Yes, we
should be glad to have everybody vote
-with us, for we fool we are engaged
in a righteous cause. x. x. u.
A Clever Trick.
It certainly looks like it, but there is
really no trick about it. Anybody
ean try it who has Lame Back and
Weak Kidneys, Malaria or nervous
troubles. We mean he can cure him
self right away by taking Electric
Bitters. This medicine tones up the
whole system, acts as a stimulant to
the Liver and Kidneys, is a blood
purifier and nerve tonic. It cures
Constipation, Headache, Fainting
Spells, Sleeplessness and Melancholy.
It is purely vegetable, a mild laxative,
and restores the system to its natural
* vigor. Try Electric Bitters and be
convinced that they are a miracle
worker. Every bottle guaranteed.
Only i0e a bottle at McMaster Co.'s
drug store. 3
Scrod o 3a Gerd
RDGEWAYDOT3.
Chndren's Day at the Baptist Church
Closing Exercises of the Ridgeway High
School.
On Sunday eventng-a special service
was held for the children. The church
was filled. The services were pre
sided over by Rcv. Jabez Ferris. The
following is the program of the exer
cises:
Hymn 237, by the choir.
Prayer by Rer. Jabez Ferris.
Welcome, Miss Sarah Wray.
God's Jewels, Misses Ora May
Coleman and Hallie Kennedy, Messrs.
Carl Hinnant and JasiWilson.
Hymn 409.
We Praise the Lord. Miss Daisy
Wilson.
Message of Song. Miss May Hin
nant.
Who made the Skies? Harry Bolick,
Jas. Wilson, Carl Hinnant, Sarah
Wray and Laura Kennedy.
Hymn 315.
Sending the Light. John Wilson.
Hymn 26.
Child's Evening -. Prayer. Miss
Bolick.
Give the Bible. Vincent Parker.
What a Child may do. Eunice
Parker.
Hymn 253.
Dying and No Man Careth for Their
Soals, by Miss Carry Wilson.
Hymn 27.
Childrens Voices. Maggie Hinnant.
The Chimes, by the choir.
Address by Rey. Jabez Ferris.
Missionary offering.
Benediction.
The children recited their pieces in
a very creditable manner and the
music and singing were very fIne.
On Friday evening the closing exer
cises of the High School will be held.
Quite an attractive program has been
arranged and a pleasant evening is in
store for those who attend. For the
past two years the school has been
under the efficient management of
Prof. F. E. Hinnant, and during that
time a marked advance has been
made in the standard of the school.
It is with regret that we announce
that Mr. Hinnant has resigned his po
sition as principal but in parting with
hin. the best wishes of the entire town
go with him to his new field of labor.
The resignation of Prof. fiinnant
leaves the principals place open. Ap
plicatiois for the position or as as
sistant may now be sent to the chair
man of trustees at this place. An
election to fil the vacancies will be
held in a few weeks. The [public and
especially the patrons of the school are
cordially requested to be present at
the closing eiercises.
PERSONALS.
Miss Jennie Thomas spent s few
da} s in Rock Hill attending the Win
throp commenesment.
Mr. J. C. P. Williams is in Camden
on business.
.Dr. Henry F. Hoover, of Hampten,
is expect3d to arrive in town on
Wednesday. frmtn .W
Messrs. Lawson.Crmt,H.W
Des?ortes, Win. Hartin and Jas.
Allen, gentleuren of the jury, went to
Winnsboro to attend court on Monday.
Messrs. Geo. and Talley Moore are
visiting near Camdcn.
Miss Stella Rosborodigh has returned
to Augusta for the summer.
Messrs. I. T. Blair and Jas. R.
DesPortes were among those who
toek in the Winthrop commencement.
Miss ILula Uinnant returned from
Rock Hill on Thursday.
r. C. L. Wray is visiting %is
b ..ip.Washington, Ga.
Junel1, .8
).llnons Given A.
It is certainly gratifying to the pub
lic to know of one concern in tbe land
who are not afraid to be generous to
the needy and suffering. The proprie
te of Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds, have
given away over ten million trial bot
tes of- the. great medicine; and have
the satisfaction of knowing it has ab
solutely curcd thousands of hopeless
eases. Asthma, Brohehitis, Hearse
ness and all diseases of the 'Throat,
Chest and Lungs aresured by it. Call
on McMaster Co , druggists, and get a
trial bottle free. Regular size 50c. and
$1. Every bo'ttle. guaranteed, or price
refanded. -
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tb vest pocet .PssP cf 6 Boxes$.0
ritengtwu'antc DR. JEA k1IR. aris
Sold only by 'J. J. OB3EAR, Drug
gist, Wiunsboro, S. C.
Late physician in charge of the Keeley
Institute at [lot Springs, Ark.,
and the Tri-Elixiria Remedy
Co., Memphis, Tenn.,ghas
opened a private insti
tute at Hot Springs
for the treat
ment of
Cocalle llail,
And all diseases thit come to
this great. health resort, such
as rheumatism, neuralgis, in
sonia, nervous, blood, liver,
kidney and stomach c o m
plaint'.
His home treatment for the
whiskev ond drug habit can
be se' t' to any address. Corn
responanice boicited and con
fidential.
grReferences: Any bs.nker or city
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_Signature
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Tutt's Liver Pills, an old and
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Notice.
W iIb r', 8. .,(. J sne R S,
NOTICE 1S 11 ER EBY GIVEN that
a meetin of 1h0 I ard of Control for
the offce of County Commisuioners
for said County on the FIRST DAY
OF JULY next, at wbich meeting ap
plieations for the yosidon of County
Dispener will be co.isidered.
mu t be on fle with the Board at east
ten days before sai d ate.GIS
J. F. LYLES.
S. B. TEERIS,
6 It Board of Control, F. C.
ALrIJCEMENTS.
[Candidat' cards $5 cash, without
any exception whatsoever.]
FOR PROBATE JUDGE.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for re-election to the office of
Judge of Probate; subject to the Dem
ocratic primary.
S. R. JOHNSTON.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of Prohate Judge
for Fairfield Cenoty, subject to the
action of the Democratic primaries.
JNO. J. NEIL.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election to a seat in the
House of RepresentativeK from Fur
field County; subject to the act io >
the Democratic primaries.
J. G. WOLLING
I offer for re-election to the Ge..c,rs
Assembly, subject to the action of the
Democratic primary.
R. A. MEARES.
The friends of Mr. E. B. RAGSDALE
respectfully nominate him for the
House of Representatives, subject to
the Democratic primary.
I hereby announce myself a candi-Z
date for election to the General As
sembly, subject to the primary.
J. B. MORRISON.
COUNTY TREASURER.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Treasurer of Fairfield County,
subject to the action of the Democratic
primaries.
W. W. CROSBY.
I berelby announce myself a candi
date for Treasurer of Fairfield County,
subject to the action of the Demo
cratic primary or primaries.
HUGH R. WYLIE.
COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for County Supervisor of Fair
field; subject to the action of the
Democratic primaries.
JNO. A. STEWART.
I hereby- announce myself a candi
date for re-election to the office of
County Supervisor of Fairfield County,
subject to the action of the Democratic
primaries.
B. G. TENNANT.
For the office of Supervisor of Fair
field County, I hereby announce my
self a candidate, subject to the action
of the Democratic party as expressed
through the primary election or elec
tions.
S. B. CRAWFORD.
I he:eby announce myself a candi
date for the office of County Supervisor
for Fairfield, subject to the action of
the Democratic primary election.
G.Y. LANGFORD.
For the office of Supervisor of Fair
Seld Coanty, 1 hereby announce my
self a candidate, subject to the action
of the Democratic primaries.
J. B. BURLEY.
COUNTY AUDITOR.
*I hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election to the off:,e of
County Auditor, subject to the action
of the Democratic primtaries.
J. L. RICH MOND.
COUNTY SUPT. EDUCATION.
date for~the offce of County Superin
tendent of Education for Fairfid
County, subject to the action of the
Democratic primaries.
T. M. BOULWARE.
The many friends of Mr. D. L.
STEVENSON respectfully nominate him
for re-election to the offce of Superin
tendent of Education, believing that
the improved condition of the public
schools is conclusive proof that he is
Ihe right man in the right place; sub
ject to the action of the Democratic
party.
WHAT IS IT ?
It is Medicine.
WHAT IS IT FOR?
It is a Blood Cleaner.
WHAT IS IT MADE OF?
It is Composed of Herbs.
What makes it so popuiar ?
It's Wonderful Curative
Power.
WHAT IS ITS NAME ?
It is called AF.RICANA.
This wonderful Blood Purifier is
perfectly harmless, and yet is the most,
powerful and surest remedy ever dis
covered for the cure of Blood diseases.
Ask your Druggist for it.
Tell your neighbor about it.
AFRIDANA
CURES ALWAYS.
SENT FREE
to housekeepers
I,ielig aOIFANYWS~
xtract of Beef.
COOK BOOK
telling how to prepare many deli
cate and delicious dishes.
Address, Liebi Co.,1P. 0. Box, 2718f
UNDERTAKING
IN ALL ITS DEPARTMENyS,
with a full stock of Caskets, Burial
Cases and Coffns, constantly on han-L'I
and' 'e of hearse when rcquesadl.
Thankful for past patronage and solici
tation for a share in the fnture, in ibo
old stand
THE ETJIOTT GIN SHOP,
J. N, ELLIOTT 800O.
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Tri-Weekly, $3 a Year in Advace.
Weekly, $1.50 a Year in Advance.
LETER HEADS,
BILHEADS,
NOTE HEADS,
LAWYERS' BRIEFS,
LIENS,
DEEDS,
- ~ GIRGNLALRS,
Sand everything in job line done
Ias cheaply as anywhere else m .
-theState -
Every penny sPent at1
home .is kept at home.
LANDS WANTED.
Pe, sons with lands for sale are re
ested to put them in my h,ands fort
sale. I am in constant receipt o s
any letters of enquiry about lands
from Northern and Western -pares,I
ihat I may be able to effect sales f9rJ
those who will give me accurate de
tailed descriptions of what they have.
No charge will be made unless satis
factory sales are made. Descriptions
must be such as can be guaranteed and
mst give:
Number of acres, location, character
of land, proximity to railroads, post
ofices, schools, churches and towns,
kind of improvements.
Communications strictly eenfldential
hen so desired.
JAMES G. GIBBES,
State Land Agent,
116tt1 Columbia,.S. C.
i.AlR BALSAM
WINNSBOBO, 3. C.
ae and leotrieil esul
rnlsh Estimates,
istruct Entire Exchanges,
Private Lines, and
Other Electrioal Works.
Da think a Telephone connect
your business, write to-ns. Corres.
solicited. Oar advie for ih sskg
LL
''BLE TO
U1Y
TEST
ICYCLES AT
IG BARGAINS.
HAIN /ESS AND
O LUJMBIAS
HEAP FOR
ON'T
ELAY.
eHE POPE MANUFACTURINGCO.
are prepared to furnish Ueyees
this season at priem
- -e-TO SUIT ALEL.
fhe Celebrated Chainless, $126 &
Che 5 per cent Nickle,.188
models, are "standard of
the World," - - - -- 75*
"olumbia model#, No. s4, - - U
3artford, 1898 patterns, 7 and s 40
Elartford,1898 Tedettes;15*16 40i
Eartford, 1898 Vedettes, 3T ' 5 -
Iartford, 1898, Jack and GIJ, 30*-:
Lverybody knows what the Ier
:ent Nickel Columbias are.. -
Many.H rtfords are ridden ilra
>oro. Ask the riders what thel .igc ri
s. We w1 rest our claims, oWy
bfey say. They stay out.fqr
ho.ps and run "so easy."
All of the above are
'ope Manufacturing o sit
nuarantee of good w
If you-- want a cha
whee, we can furnis yeone
}5.00 up, but. theeo-~~t>
nuaranteed. "You tak ibt:~o~''
ORDAN &
K&GENTS.
2-19
Mares
Mules.
10 GOOD YOUNG MULES.
~5 COMLMON AGED GO0O0D
WORK MULES, all broken, sound
and straight.
-2 GOOD SADDLE HOESUS.
2 GOOD MARES, young saL well
broken.
Also a few PLUG BORIS aud
a lew PLUG MULES.
I will sell the above stock cbe9 for
ash or on time until fail on ~o
aper; or I will exchange any of te
or broken down stock. 0.e g6ed,
eavy team of mules.
MILCH COWS.-I still hav. a few
n hand and will sell themaor ez *
hem for dry eattle. I win paytb
ighest cash price for a lot of young,
oor cattle, that will do to pastur#, at
'innsboro.
A. WILLIFORD.
Paoramrou. --
--CALL ON
I8.
f lwit white
nsd game
with feal.
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