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NEWS AND 1PE RALD.
'PUBLUMM D TRI-WEFKXLY
-BY
KW8F AND-RERA LD COMPANY.
TERMS. t ADVANCE:
0&e Year. - - 83.00
six :-vontls. - - - - 1.50
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Saturday, October 1. - - 1898
A HARD XAN TO BEAT.
We suggested in our last issue that
the Democrats would have to take up
the fight against Rough Rider Roose
volt's eligibility to the Governorship
of New York.
The New York World said the
morniog atter Rossevelt was nomi
nated: "The question of Mr. Roose
Velt's eligibility was jauntily put aside.
It may, however, came up again in
the courts if he shall happen to re
ceive a majority of the votes. And
should the courts declare him ineligible,
as many able lawyers think that the
must, * * then all the votes caet
for him will be void and the man
having the largest number of valid
votes will be elected and seated."
This we think will be a strong point
for the Democrats to use,1 and they
will need many strong points to de
feat the distinguished Roagh Rider.
The Democrats will make a great
mistake if they attack Roosevelt as a
man. He has distinguished himself
In whatever position he has been
placed. He has shown remarkable
executive ability, go3d jadgment, and
ibdependence of character, he is ag
gressive as well as progressive, and is
a man of a great deal 4of force, and the
attachment of the Rough Riders, an
organization of very divei se and
heterogenous elements, proves that he
is a man of considerableoerional mag
netism.
We think to) that the Dem-crats
'ivl make a great blander if they
shall follow the examples of the World
by asking the voten of New York to
repudiate Roosevelt on acciunt of the
sentiments expressed id .the following
language in his Life of Bent->n:
New. Ydrk has alwa) s hid a low
politial standard, one or the other of
its great party and factional organi
zations, and of~en both or all of them.
being at all times most inonely
bodies of exeessively unwholesome
moral tone.
This souds like the th >n ghts of a
man who is unot afraiid to speak the
truth, and it ia apt to imrests the ini
telligent and thoughtful and relective
citizen as true. Such a citizou is more
apt to be attracted towards thbe author
than driven from him for having had
the manliness and boldness to publish
it. The World seeks to play the dema
gogue act, and asks: "If this is not
pleasant reading for 'the boys' who
were commanded to j'whoopit up for
Teddy"? The daiger, Lowever, is
that many of the quiet voters, who do
not "whoop," but whose votes count,
may regard the extract as still another
strong evidence of Roosevelt's strong
individuality, often a very strong fac
tor in a candidate's favor especially
in unsettled political conditions such
as seem to be the c .e in New York.
The Democrats had Letter let Roose
velh's books "'ore, it they cannot find
something more open to criticism than
this extract.
The chief objection to Roosevelt is
that he is a Republican. Ilis Repub
licanism and his being a candidate of
the Platt ma chine should be made the
prominent issue against him.
XE. OAKM.AN'S NEW WHEEL.
He Tells a Reporter for the News and
Courier why he Thinks ii. invention
an Imuportant One-Agem Here
Approve it.
Hetos and Courier.
Mr. Oakman, who came to Chtarles
ton some days ago with a model of a
bicycle with improved driving gear,
is still in the city and proposes to get
subscriptions to the capital stock of a
company, the object of which will be
to put the improved wheels on the
market. Mr. Oakmtan is a Dative of
Chappell's,,S. C , and during his stay
in Charleston his new wheel has been
examined and approved by Mr. Geo.
J. Lannean, agent, Mr. J. H. Rast,
superintendent of the Southern Cycle
Company, Messrs. Livingston & Co.,
agents, and Mr. M. P. Mickey, master
machinist of the South Carolina and
Georgia Railroad.
In speaking of his wheel Mr. Oak
man said:
"With the view of improving the
bicycle I carefully studied it in detail,
and until the crank was reached I
found no room, in oay opinion, for im
provement that would cause any radi
cal change or be of real merit. But
the crank revealed many serious de
fects and a field for unlimited improve
ment. After a careful study of these
I became convinced that the crank
machines had reached their limit of
usefultess, from the fact, as all riders
and experts are aware, it is impossible
to ever increase the leverage beyond a
Gi or 75 inch crank, because the legs
cannot conform to or accommodate
themselves to a larger circle than 12 or
14 inches. Therefore they can never
be used for any other purpose, nor can
a higher rate of speed be generated
than is now accomplished. To prove
that there is a great advantage in the
increase of leverage, suppose we at
tempted to drive a wheel with a 2-inch
crank; it would be found so impracti..
.cable as to render it a failure, but ex
tend it to 6 or 7inches and a practical
and useful machine is the result. Now
if there is such indisputable advantage
in this slight it 3 ase, why should
therenot bemi going further? Well,
there it, and bey oid any ihadow of
doubt, as my model demonstrates, but
it is impractical to reach it by means
of a crank, and therefore its neful
ness ceases at this point.
"Again, the leverage of the crank,
all know, is not c.astant. It begins
at zera, a point known among me
chanics as the dead centre, it then in
creases until the right anglepoint is
half down, when the full or maximam
leverage is 1nazhed, but it begins at
once to lose again until it is lost at the
bottom, where all is lost. This being
the case with each sti Ake of c -.ch foot
in making the full : zvolution of the
craLk shatt, the rr cl ie dep3nds en
tirely upon mom-nt, n or sneed in
overcoming these weak poin , and
while this is not felt much on i ooth,
level roads, 'the defects remain all the
same and reveal themselves very
quickly when a steep hill or sand is
attempted. Again, the pedals revolv
ing or decribing a full circle, it is im
possible to apply the weight of the
rider toward propelling, except in a
very slight degree. In my invention
I claim te have completely overcome
all these defects, and open a field for
unlimited usefulness. Any length of
lever desired can be used. They work
automatically, always at their greatest
power, and always dIrectly beneath
the rider, in consequence of which
every pound of his weight becomes a
motive or propelling power almost
equivalent to steam or any other motor
for weight, and does not tire. With
levers of the proper length and the
combined weight and muscular effort
of a man of ordinary size it can be
made to easily take the place of light
delivery wagons about town or the
transportation of passengers to and
from railroad depots, and for many
purposes that is beyond any crank.
"BeEides this a very much higher
rate of speed can be obtained and
maintained than would be possible for
a crank wheel. Sixteen or eighteen
miles an hour would be fair speed for
this lever machine. In fact it could be
driven faster than it could be possible
for a man to stay in the saddle. Its
application in other useful ways is
almost limitless."
PECULIAR DISEASE AMONG CATTLE.
Prof. Nesom, the vetenarian at
Clemson College, has received several
communications from people in dif
ferent parts or the State relative to a
virulent disease amone cattle. In
some instances the death rate is be
coming alarming, and this morning
Governor Ellerbs receivcd a request
from President Har-zog that the matter
be referred to the veti nary department
at -Washington. Governor Ellerbe
forwarded the papers at once to Dr.
D. E. Salmon, vetenarian of the
United Stat-s government.-Columbia
R'gister.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications as they cannot
retch the diseased portion of the ear.
There iionly one way to cure deaf
ness, and that is by constitutiot.al
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
infiamed condition of the mucus
lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamcd you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing,
and when it ia entirely closed, Deaf
ness is the resnlt, andc unless the in
ilmmnation can he taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
bearing will be dectroy ed forever;
nine eases out of 'en are caused by
catarrb, which is nothing but an ini
flamed condition of the mucuas sur
faces.
We will give One Hlundred Dollars
for anay case of Deafn -se (caus-ed by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hlali'5 Catarrh Care. Send for circu
lars; free.
F. J. CHENEY &~ CO., Toledo, 0
$Sold by Druggists, 75c.
?r~eiHI NDiPO0
RES$ToREs VITALIT)
. s Made a
-WeIl Man
THE mo- ' of Me.
URENCH REMEDY produces the zbove result
I s 3 as. Cures Ne'osDeit~,Impotnc.
Varicocede, Failing Akoay. Stois: ala drains and
losses caused by errcrs of youth. It wards off In
hoo and Od Men recovr 1.et7ul igo.a t
gives vigor and size to shrue~ken~ organs, and fits
a man for business or tnarria. E. aily carried in
he vest pocket. Price O TC 6 Ttoxes s2-5c
by mail, in plain pack- O r)a ge , w it h
written guarantee. DL Jt EA O'HA.R RA. Paris
Sold only by J. J. OBEAR, Drug
gist, Winnsboro, S. C.
Opens last Wednesday in September.
Attendance last year from Ten States
and Mexico. Two courses leadIng to
the degrees of A. B. and B. S. Totat
expenses for the nine months in the
I $415.00.
.In private families
$135.00.
Spadious and comnfortable "Home,"
complete and equipped with modern
conegiences of bath rooms, &c. En
tire building heated by hot water sys
tem. W rite for Catalogue to
7-14 President.
OThe Equitable
*Life Assurance Society
*of the United States.
The management of the
Equitable Life A seurance Society
in this territy is desirous of secur
ing the service of a man of char
ac:er and ability to represent its
interest with Winnsboro as head
*quarters. The right man wi:t be
*thorcughly educated in the se'ence
eof life insurance and the art of
successful soliciting. 'lherp is aio
*business or profession not re
*quiring capital which is more re
m iunerative than a life agency
conducted with energyand abil
ity'. Correspondence with mern
-who desire to secnre permanent
employment and are ambitions to
attain prominence in the profes
sion is invited.
W.1-3 J. RODi)EY, Mgr.,
3-19-3m ick Hill1, S. C.
IUP M nd whskey abits
erdat home'wlth
poun nook of par
tluaIsent FREE.
~QE~woLLYMD.
* .- r st
AN OPEIN
To M
WE ARE ASSERTING J:
TIIE EXCLUSIVE USE OF
"PITCIIER'S CASTOR,-'
I, DR. SAMUEL PITCHE
was the originator of "(
has borne and does now ca
the fac-simile signature c
This is the original "C A ST
the homes of the Mothers of
LOOK CAREFULLY ct
the kind you have always bou
and has the signature
per. No one has authority
The Centaur Company, of whi
March 24,1898.
Do Not ]
Do not endanger the lif
a cheap substitute which
(because he makes a few
gredients of which even
"The Kind You E
BEARS THE
-Th& Kind That
T1s e CENTAUR theOrgA. 77
cople-te. Iftee san eosi
SOLD ATDRG TBB. .
SH EOSTE'S AE
a me irectdIreleved upo fewe
eld Cos~uty, the okofgods atere
4'rchndise of laoW Be sotee
om ee ftr sanyBos & Co t
R.l doE ELON, S. e .' C.
WnSOro, S. DC., St. 1 L 19.
BY VIRTUE OF A EXEUUTIO
o me directed, I have levied upon at
ill sell teor the ort Hush do<
TUEDAY, T DAYOCOF nextt
BtaE, 1898, an being .. in 3aie
field Counyed~ estoc of gods of
mearc;sh bandieoW.Bte. eldbyW
pon as the propt of . . Wallant
Sos the roson & Siglf.
R . E LLISON, .C
Winnsboro, S. C., Sept. 9, 1898.
9-10td
Sheriff's__Sale.
BYTVATE OF UT CAROLIA
tom Iret have levied upon ais
wil thel befretcah Ciddr, boe do
'utouein Winnsboro, on tFR
TRMONDAY IN OBRUeTB
exefollowing described tra a
tua laing dande ten act rfei
H.uty M.naig 123 acres, Borne
a;south Caaby aier held by C.Vi
Wllcearut; west by roa Joe;dnor
fro Wulckvnigham.otubi a
thsotceooad snrt bo. sa.
p3croad aond Clark lands wevi
atmhsu of .tevMcoaster;nrthanf
sTebyrams of ale C.ash.
R. E. ELLISON,
1tdS. F. C.
,ikCOU2IPWFFARIED
B irt of auhrtBestd
othellinghot apbirepa fre tydl
:eto n delin s taxshes
dress Lib 47 acrO. Bound7
~p
C .,' T.%
R; 2;/ni ass--,- e7
'l TO 1" ie -ame G
O R 1 A" hih has becu us:ed
A eia for over thirtU UY.,
the 7.WraDvend see that it i,
ght _..--- on the
'.1 72U Id! I)-cue2
from;, me Lro use my znme except
07 Chas. .Fletcher is Presiet .
3e Deceived.
of your child by ars.
some druggist may offer youi
more pennieson it), the in
he does ndt know.
ave Always Bought"
SIGNATURE OF
m L Having
Never Failed You,
1jv.1f:AY Z' GTC-. ?CWYOMR CITY.
Motherhood W
y HIS event in the life of a wo- tAt
man is looked forward to with . .
a feeling akin to horror-not
because the little one is not
welcome, but because the mtther
dreads the direful'consequences -
to herself. Those long hours of
agonizing labor statid out before
her like a hideous sightmare. An
improper delivery,- followed by
child-bed fever, may'end the scene . -
in a few short days, leaving the
little one motherless. But there
is another side to the picture. If
women who are expecting to be
come mothers will commence the
use of the great female tonic,
As before confement, and continue
(ored to theiri~zidrilondition, the..
d, the pain lessened, d recovery i~
reness, move the bow gently wih
er Regulator. ,lj
ISTLE e CO., Proprs,, C 008A, TENN...
= - f.
S
d " Before.
d wife began usin
Mother's Friend
she could hardly
Sget aroinrd7I do
Inot tlih ilz she
could
along
without
it now. She has
used it for two
Nmonths. and it is
a great help to
> her. She does
T~ hi e r housewor~k
ec without trouble."
lMotheris Friend
is an extcrnal liniment for expectant
Smothers to use. It gives them
Lstrength to attend to their household
Sduties almost to the hour of confine
d ient. It is the one and only prepara
e tion that overcomes morning sickness
and nervousness.- It is the only
remedy that relaxes and relieves the
strain. It is tIe only remedy that
inaies labor short and delivery easy.
It is the only remedy that puts the
breasts in condition so that swelling
or rising is impossible. Don't take
medicines interunally. They endanger
the lives of both mother and child.
Mother's Priend is sold by druggists for $1.
Send for our free ilustrated book.
Tme Bradfield lRegtilator Co., Atlanta, Ga.
*ARE YOU1i
IBANKRUPTinheath,
jconstitution undermined by ex
travagance in eating, by disre
dgarding. the laws of nature, e
physical capital all gone, if sc
NEVER DESPAIR
o Putt's Liver Pills will1 curec y o.
SFor sick headache, dyspeps:;.
' sour stomach, malaria, torp=
liver, constipation, biliousnQ;
- and all kindred diseases.
Tutt's Liver Pili:
an absolute cure.
~ChIhestr'' English Diaznond Brund.
ENNYRMVOYAL PIL
[ have just received the
last barrel of
Porto Rico Iolssos
THAT WAS CAPTURED
in the last battle on the 6th of
June by Sampson's fleet.
ALSO A BARREL OF BEST
N. 0. MOLASSES
and other lower grades.
2 cases udahy's Hams, t&e best
iams In th.- ma= t
200 lbs. Boneless Hams.
200 lbs. English Breakfast Strips.
1@0 lbs. Bologna San!;age.
3 barrels te Fish.
2 barrels Nfackerelf.h
All kinds fresh Canned Goods and
One Groceries. A lot of fine Tea; and
Sugar. Also the finest Arica Coffee.
C t and see me before you purchase.
I think 'von will find it to your advan
tage.
J.0. MLCCARLEY & cot
First Clas Wort
-CALL ON
C. M. CHANDLER
Jeweler alSilversii. I
RYE,4
BARLEY,
J
CRIMSON
CLOVER.
WHEAT,
4
LUCERNE AND !
CLOVER.
NOW IS THE TIME TO PLAN~T
a
MUL ES.
PElISONS INDEBTED TO ME
for any of the above stock since last
spi i n1 giig tcir no'es for same,
Octo .a e and the first of November,
1898, will prepare to meet the same, as
prompt payment will be required.
Bugie~n D.
COWS and CALVES.
I still have a 'fc'. on hand. I wil
ayttle ihet cash price f->r ; cor
A. WILLIFORD.
Winnsborn, ,. C.
UNDER TAKING
IN ALL ITS DEARTMENF'S,
vith a fall stock of Caskets, Burial
asces and Coffins, constantly on hand, al
shn'fnl for pat patron~age and eoi~
a ion for a stare in the fntuare, in the
aisatended to a: all hours. J
THE ELLIOTT GIN SHOP,
J. M, E LLIO'IT & Co
I 71r
JAS. H. CARLIS
otb. Colle flHmulatd, forar
rl Gives fR
od Cole Nataix lee and
Forty-fifth year begins Sept. 29, 189!
For Catalogue or Wofford Co
J. A. GAD
We Fa
Cori
- improve
pondence
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
entral Time Between Columbia and Jac.
sonville. F.astern Time Between Co
Iumbia and Other Points.
Effective July 6, 128.
No. 38 No. 33
Northbound Daily. Dally.
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time veare pre are to05
offer 615
SLEIGRTFORD i1CE
These an Nwheesorek.
No.8an I8WahiC onaditoutwsen
idmite Soffetbred tre idining
prices, beaing hoepn wrnbetwee
-een BresooadNrok s con
onatNrflkfr LDP.IT OFOT
LE, President.
k of Art,
ded to any one.
.11 imformation in regard to the eol
Fiting School.
!iege Illustrated. address
'IEWELL, Secretary,
Spartanburg, S. C.
r ME MaflliWs,
,IIN),NSBORO, S. C.
mish Estimates,
struct Entire Exchanges,
Private Lines, and
Other Electrical Works.
>n think a Telephone conneedon would
Four business, write to us. Oorres
solicited. One advise for the aslfing
RHE EASY RJ14M1It
IHOUSEHOD"
MAHIEF TH E.
LATEMST MOE -WN
MENTS.
-Unenled for
Durability,:
nange off Work
andiSimnplieitv
Old Sewing Machines taken in ex
bange. .
Dealers wanted in ndccupied terri
ry.. Correspondence solicited.
Address,
F. HI. DERBYSHIRE,.
GENERAL AGENT,
BEL BUILDING, R[CHMONB, VA
Somethinig
o0 Please You.
WVhen you cannot decide
what to drink,
-TRY
Red
flessina Qrange.
Cbeirty 1Ripe,
Cberry lice.
Cangerine.
-AT
FOUNTAIN.
Machinery I
Manufacturcrs' Agents for theC
MITH SONS
--Also
NGINES, BOILERS, &c.
:r MR. S. C. McKEOWN is a Tele..
phone crank too.
one in onr CORN WELL, S. C
ce on Winnsboro
I Chester line.

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