TH E NEWS AND'll}EBALD.
W1NNSBORO, S. C.
y. M.iv rIJ,} oiIsn
J. Q. DdYIH,
P. M. BRIOE, s 1 1 Editor
SATURDAY, APRIL 14, a a 1888
.Let Us Act Also.
The Greenville News, referring to
the Hot Springs meeting on the 26th
inst., says.: .
Lot Anderson, Spartanburg, Lau
rens, Union, Pl.kens, Oconee and
Abbeville answer and act so that we
can have at the Hot springs meeting a
compact, energetic, organized deloga
tion with the power of the strongest,
most inviting and progressive groups
of counties in the country bebind it.
We had hoped that all South Caro
lina delegates would go the conven
tion to act for South Carolina as a
whole primarily, and for different
sections incidentally. But as soon
from the above there will be concerted
action on the part of different counties
to induce immigrants to settle in cor
tain sections. There can be little ob
jection to this scheme if it is to be
carried out, for if these people settle
in any portion of the State it will
benefit all. But there are other coun
ties outside of those mentioned that
would like to derive direct benefit
from immigration, and if Greenville
and the other counties unito they will
have an influence which will go a
great way in deflecting the tide to that
section. It therefore behooves other
sections to be up and doing lest they
be left in the race.
As we said before, we would greatly
prefer for the. South Carolina dele
gates to go united for the whole 6tate.
If this is not to be done, then we
think. the scheme suggested by the
News and Courier a most excellent
one. That plan is to have three per
manent assooiations-the Piedmont,
the Middle Carolina, the Charleston
or Carolino Coast Association. Should
this plan be carried out, we of Fair
field would come in with Greenville
and the other counties mentioned.
The way of forming such associations
is not stated, but we would suggest
that if done at all it be accomplished
at Hot Springs itself whore all the
delegates will meet. In the meantime
we must remember that those are
only suggestions, and that they may
never be realities. We must also
remember that some counties have
already united. We must therefore
look out for ourselves tit present. We
make the' suggostion that Fairfield,
Chester, York, Lancaster and Iich
land take this matter ini hand and go
to the conveiition united and anxious
to bring to the attention of the meeting
the advantages of' this section. They
can go wvith this in view, and when
the convention is held then it can be
seen what cant be done in the way of
forming a Picdmont association. If it
is .not formed, wve will still be pro
p)ared to show a unitedi front for these
Thile.time is short, anid action mnust
be taken immediately. Fairfld wvill
send five or six dologate5 herself, but
she desires the co-operation of her
sister counties. At any rate our dele
gates will be ab)undantiy able to take
care of themselves and our conunsy.
1)aagers of a 1'rimar..
The Lancaster Review, in fuirthier
arguing against a primary for the
election of Solicitor, makes the fol
lowing remarks, which expresses our
view of the matter' so exactly that we
give it in full.
In the second place, a Solicitor
nominated at a primary election would
not unfrequentl y be embarrassed in
the discharge of his official duties. It
would probably happen in the natural
course of events that sonme of his most
active and influential su pportcrs in the
primary election woukdibe arraigned
for some infraction of the law. It
could not be expected of Solicitors to
be other than human, and how easy
might it be for them to reconcile their
conscences, which are very elastic
things, to a favorable consideration of
the cases of their political friends who
might be brought betore the Court of
Bsesioahs. Theme is no office within
the gift of the people where there is
more latitude for the concealment and
suppression of crime than there is in
the office of the 1-rosecuting attorney.
The most important evidenco can be
suppressed by him and the public
never be any the wiser. By all means
lot the Solicitor be freo and untram
mneled in the discharge of his duties.
We could with far more propriety and
safety elect Judges by primary olec
tiont than -Solicitors.
As Lancaster has, so has Fairfield a
candidate for the Solicitorship. Lan
caster does not fear to have her can
didate go before theo people in a pri
mary. Neither doe Fairfleld. The
objections bromlght agaIpst the primary
by the Review .In the above extract is
of course a hypothetical case, but it
can plainly.be soon. that it le one that
might be oan m absolute. truth. A
primary 'grks well in a county
wvhere it can he iconducted with fair.
ness and; where none b4t true-Llue
Democrats are allowed to vote, as is
the case in~ this dounty. This is not so
in every county. Forn inninncon the
Laurons Advortiser, speaking. on:thi
In the eager desire to 'oll up "majoli
ties many men, even in Laurons coUIn
ty, have not hesitated to bring loads'of
negroes to the polls. In a State olgc.
tion this would be increased, and ore
long the brother in black would hold
the balance of power in a close con
Now this is a serious question for
the Democracy to consider-whether
negroes shall decide contests in the
party. This can be avoided if each
club would send delegates to the
county convention, which in turn
would send delegates to the district
convention. By this plan we would
at least have the satisfaction of know
ing that our candidates have been
selected by genuine, simon-pure Dem
Syrup of Figs
Is Nature's own true laxative. It is
the most easily taken, and the most
effective remedy known to Cleanse the
System when Bilious or Costive; to I
dispel Headaches, Colds and Fevers;
to Cure Habitual Constipation, Indi
gestion, eto. Manufactured only by j
the California Fig Syrup Company, .
San Francisco, Cal. For sale by D
W. E. Alken. .
Tn BEST SALvE in the world for Cuts,
Bruises Sores, Ulcers Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, 'T'etter Chappdl Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Sk n Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is gnaranteed to give perfoct satisfaction,
or money rofund ed. Price 25 cents per a
box. For sale by McMaster, Brice &
WYINNBnoO, April 0, 1888.
Uotton--good middling, per b... 9 r
Timothy hay, por ewt........... 1.26
Corn, per bushel................ RriR2'A
Oats per bushel................. do)@t
Meal, per bushel................ 80 821
Flour, per bbl...................4.2 5.75
Coffee, per lb..................16% 25
Sugar, granulated, per lb....... 819
Molassess, per gallon..........40 75
Bacon, per lb..................... 8
Hams, per lb....... ............. 13 1
Lard, per ib...... ............... 10
BOOKS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 5
TOTICE is hereby given that books
will be opened on the 16th day of
April, 1888 at the store of McMaster,
Brice & Ke chin for the purpose of receiv- I
ing subscriptions to The Elliott Gin Manu- -
T. W. LAUDERDALE, 'j
J. M. ELLIOTT
T. W. WOODWARD,
U. A. DOUGLASS
J. E. McDONALB, b
T. K. ELLIOT T,
W. H. KERR
W. C. BEATY
T. H1. KETCIIN,
J. M. STEWART
Ap 7 ) x U. G. DESI'ORTkS.
ANOT HER SUPPLY OF THOSE
fine Imported Irish Potatoes for table
use. Also, Early Rose and Burbank
Thurber's 34 and 411 Coffees.
Choice Green Coffees.
Full Cream Cheese.
Raisins for table use. v
Citron and Currants. 1
Mince Meat. and Cranberries. a
Tomatoes, and Okra and Tomatoes.
Canned Corn, Peas and Beans.
Succotash and Grated Pineapple.
With good many other Shelf Fancy
Groceries, all of which wvill be sold
at the lowest price for cash at
S. S. WOLFE'S.
THE CRY IS
STILL THY COIE
GROESCHLEL & C0,
HAS OPENED A COMBlNATION STORE,
W HERE YOU WILL FIND BACON,
Meal, Flour, Grits, Lard, Oil,
Sugar Coffee, Starch, Salmon, Mackerel,
Ly,e, Axle GIrease, Baking Powder, Soap,
Piklos, Corned Beef, Pickled Beef, Sar
dines, CIgars, Trobacco, Pipes Paper,
Envelopes, Pens, ink Pencils, blacking
Brushes, 'Brooms, Caies Candy, Spice,
Pel r, Cloves, N'utmncg, bologna Sausage
OUR 7IJOUOR DE1PAR T.MRZNT
Is stocked with the oldest and finest Corn
and Rye WhiskIes, Wilnes, BrandIes, &c.
Is always open, where yen can get the
best of the season.
Conmc to see us8.
GROESCHIEL & (O.
KERIOSENE, 20c., WATER WhITE,
Fire-Preof, 250. Tihe prIce being so lowv
every one should use oniy the Fire-Proof.
Safe. Better light..
___ WINNSBORO WAGON CO.
PAINTS AND OILS, BRUSHES, ETC.
Our Rtemdy-Mixed Paints at $1.80 guaran
teed equal to the higher priced Dranids.
.Use them on your hiouse, and if not satIs
factory wIll reiaint with any;.palnt you
WI.NN8110R WAGON 0O.
MOFFA TT'S COTTON PLANTER Is
improved for 1888. Slilit Feed. Short
coupled. The nasT~ on te market.
WINNSBORIO WAGON CO.
BRICK I BRIOK I
7,000f OR 8,000 BRICK FOR SA LE
SMcMAP~ L RIOR A&Eem
This powder never varies. A marvel of
mrity, strength and wholesomeness. More
conomical than the ordinary kinds and
annot be sold in competition with the
aultitude of low test, short weight aluni
,r phosphate powders. Sold only in cans,
lOYAL BAxINO POWDER Co., 100 Wall
it. N. Y.
Slold by McMaster, Brice & Ketchin,
MINES, LIQUORS, TO
BACCO, CIGARS, ETC.,
R. P. LUMPKIN'S,
'hroo doors south of W. C. Beaty's and
one door north of S. S. Wolfe's,
Y motto is "Quick Sales and
- Small Profits." Cheapest in
Dwn for cash. I also sell the famous
75 degrees. The safest and best. It
! just what you want and what you
bould use. It Is a good insurance
olicy. Ask for Fire-Proof Oil.
R. P. LUMPKIN.
WPURE RYE AND CORN WI IS
EEY A SPECIALTY.
SURREYS,r UMP SEATS, OPEN and
'o) Buggies and. Road-Carts. Prices and
tyles to suit every one. We call special
ttention to our Buggy IIarness and- Col.
irs. Our 7ae. and 1 Whips are beauties,
ut our $2 Full Bone Buggy Whip is a
WINNSBORO WAGON CO.
G~R soveral years past there has been
Lsueha sarcity ofmoney amion g our
ustomners that many attracltve articles of
ave been left on our hands unsold, which
to are now offering at and below their
rst cost. We have lately added to our
Meek a large lot of new and beautiful
oods, not solid, but compIletely envelopedl
We are offering these goods at very how
gures. Think of it. Lace Pins, Cuff
luttons and Scarf Pins at 25 cents: Collar
Buttons at 10 cents, and so on. Ilere are
lie same articles that Northern rnd West
rn catalogues advestise at such prices.
ome, let us spend our money at home and
iuiid'each other up and thrive together.
L'RACES. BRE AST CH AINS.
A full line of
ITAPLE and FANCY GRO0ERIES
Choice Seed Irish P~otatoe
TERMS VERY LOW FOR CASH.
R. M. HIUEY.
SUMMER BUGGY ROBES, all stylei
plain and embroidered..
WINNBBORO WANw CO.
THE WINNSBUitO BAR
H. A. GAILLARD,*
AT TO RN E-Y- AT ' LA
Oiceup-stairs over J. M. Beaty & Bro.'s
OSIMUND W. BUOHANAN,
No. 7 Law Range,
W I N If $B O R O, a. C.
Practices in all United States and State
Courts. Special attention to corporation
and Insurance law.
J E. BICDONALD, 0. A. DOUGLASa
Solicitor Sixth Circult.
McDONALD & DOUGLASS,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNS|LLORS AT LAW
Nos. 3 and 4 Law Range,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Practices in all the State and United
E. B. RAOSDALE. : . W. RAUSDALE
RAGSDALE & RAGSDALE,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
No. 2 Law Range,
WINNSJBORO, S. C.
W. L. McDONALD,
ATTORNEY AND,COUNSELLOR A" LAW,
No. 5 Law Range,
WINNSBORO, 8. C.
JAS. GLENN McCANTS,
ATTORNEY-AT - LAW,
No.1 LAW RANGE,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
1iPractices in the State and United
A,* S. DOUGLASS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
No. 6 Law Range,
WINNSBORO, 8. C.
Practices in the Sttte and United States
H. N. ODEAR. W. C. RION.
OBEAR & RION,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Nos. 7 and 0 East Washingtorn b.
)VINNSJOIRiO, S. C.
Offices samo as occupicd by the late Col
James I1 Rion.
SANDERS, HANAHAN & CATHCART,
ATTORNEYS-AT - LAW,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Practice in all the State and United
States I ourts.
IFOffice upstairs in Yank building.
FOR THE HAIR.
AYER'S HAIR VIGOR.
CA RBOLNE , &c.
A fresh supply of' Houd's Sarsa
parilla, just received.
W. E. AIKEN,
ONE CASK OF
IMPORTED ROSS' ROYAL BEla
FAST GINGER A LE.
ONE~ CASK OF
SdPORTED BASS' PALE ALE.
-ONE CASK OF
BIOllEMIAN EXPORT BEER.
ONE CASK OF
CELEBRVTED BUDWE~IS BEER.
E. W RAB ENICIT's.
1 T cn ants chon or than
the hit .in the Northern
TJ~ ar .ost varied stock
of 'tnmed s,Patterni lats, etc.
land tra s trimmings. Cot
sets 83xties, dkerchiofs, Collars,
CIud d Oovdesilk and ki'd, at
MRS. BOAG being still in tho Mill
out of it, bogs leave to inform her frie
will find her stock as full and complete
MISS BLACK, fashionable mnillin
us for many seasons, and who is weoll I
business in every .particular, and takes
Overy 0one and gving satisfaction gener
after selecting the latest novelties of thl
will bo replenished as required.
With bhanks for past patro nage y~
and our eiztdeavors ill be to treat you
A full line of Dry Goods, Grocerlol
All goods as low as the lowest, as we ai
Single and -Double Buggies and
Wagons for cash or good paper by
OUT OF TI
Onr buyer, J. M. Boaty, has just arrived
North (dk( not prevent him from making his
stock will be0 fuller and more varied this
ulpon the idea of QUW)K SALES. We are
* DRESS (
Black and Colored Fine IIen rietta Cloths I
and sigle width ; Colored Cashmere, Color
Cashme~re, all qjualitles, and Black All-wool
Gingham, Calico, Figured Lawn, White L
Linen, and many other kinds will )robably 1
near in our county are requesteJ specially
some at cost prIces, and we wvant only a mot
We :ire running a SPECIA L BAR~GAIN
and see. Marked New York cost prIces,
we purchased them. We are making a satti
MONEY TO LOAN
ON REAL ESTATE an1 PERSONAL:8ECURITY
THlE FAItFIELD MAVINGMjN
SHIAREHOLDERIS WILL TAKE NO
tice that the monthily Instalment of
ONE DOLLAR PER SHARE
is due tihe F;nsT TUEsDAY In each month.
W. G. JORDAN,
t: 1 fi. ii
e & Ketehin.
inery business, and no idea of going
Lids and patronts generally that they
or of Baimiore, who has ben with
:nown (o all as beinig fully up,)to heri
much pains in pleasing the taste of
siHy, has just returned from the6 North
3 season in the MiHllinory line, Which .
oe solicit a continuanco of the same,
ur very best.
and other goods usually kept by me.
e determined to soi..
lTarness; also one and two-hoi'se
and states, the unusual heavy storm
3xpected selections and purehases. Our
spring than usual, and our pries based
ow ready to showv some lines,
SO O DS.
n several qualities ; also Albatros double
3d Nun's Veiling, Figured Challi, Black
rwn, Checked and Plain Nainsook, India
me In on trailn to-day. Everybody far and
to inspect this line. We have bought
orate p)roflt on cost prices
COUN TER in the above. Come at once
No explanation necessary how or vhero
factory profit on the lot.
M. BEATY& BRO.
WILL NEED SOME OF THlE8E.
FAR~QUH1ARt COTTON PL~ANTERS8,
FA RQUIAR CULTIVATORS,
FI1 E UlTERS
And ever.ythitng else a farmer needs.
Those wanting Cotton Planters please
come and give their orders and 1 il
have them shipped to them direct. wl
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