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WINNSBORO, S. C.
Thursday. September 21. M: 183
WE have not looked in vain for it
came out in the Journal in this shape:
"Don't you 'pester' Esther
She's all right!"
TEIERE are 311 more females than
males in the town of Chester. The
Reporter suggests an emigration of
the young ladies to avoid inevilable
THE Newberry Obserrer believes in
this sort of a stay law:
"A mighty good stay law would be
if a great many people would stay at
home more and attend more closely to
their business. This applies to all
trades and professions."
CoMMIssIONER TRAXLER is said to be
hard at work on his defense, which he
will present upon his trial by the Bap
tist Church of which he is a membar.
Evidently he believes his duties as
chief dispenser are not inconsistent
with his religious obligations for he is
very hopeful that his defence will
overcome all opposition.
ALL loyal citizens will subscribe to
the following from the Sumter Free
"Obey all laws, whether they ema
nate from State or Federal authority,
from Tillman or Simonton-are pro
dispensary or anti-dispensary. When
laws are objectionable amend or repeal
them; but disobey them never."
BEK TERRIELL has been invited to
lecture in this State throughout the
coming fall months. Terrell repre
sents the Omaha and Ocala wing of
* the Alliance, and this is the party
clamoring for financial relief and
threatening a new party if Congress
does not legislate to suit them. The
agitation among Alliancemen during
* an' off year in politics has been re
marked upon, and promises something
lively in '94.
.C*NGRESSXAN TALBERT who made
his maiden speech some time ago was
fortunate enough to inject iuto his
effort numerous passages from Henry
. Grady's speeches, thereby gaining
some notoriety-if as a "literary
pirate." His specch obtained special
mention in the Cer ressionzal Record
with an abundar~t u-v of "laughter,"
"applause" etc. Suome one was cruel
enough to discover, h.aever, that Mr.
Grady bad not been quoted in the
usual style with the quotation marks
and exposes Mr. Talbert. This gentle
man gets red hot en the subject,
writes tbe News and Courier a letter
defending himself, and taking e:-pecial
off~nse at the expression "typhoid
ass," applied to him by his critie, and
appeals to all, to judge to whom the
termn is more applicable-himself or
WON'T BELIE HIS BLOOD.
Governor Tiliman Stood by Jim Tillmian
in the Recent Controversy--That's the
St ory Now--Next Election of Judges.
( Columbia Journal.)
The old adage "that blood is thicker
than water" seems to have been borne
out again, if what a Journal reporter
was told is true.
A gentleman who knows the gossip
or the administration whispered to a
Journal reporter a day or two ago that
the recent upleasantness between Gen.
H. L. Farley, Senator J. L. M. Irby
and Cap'ain James Tillman had culmni
nated in a little jar between Governor
Trillman and senator Irby.
"Blood is thicker than water, you
know," he said. "It came to a ques
tion of veracity between Senator Irby
and Jim Tillman, and the Gwernor
chose to believe his nephew, and the
Senator took offence thereat. This re
sulted in a severance of their former
friendly ties, and now they 'never
speak as they pass by.'
"If this unpleasantness is real, it
has been kept quiet except by a few
"It was rumored several weeks ago
that there was a sligbt break bet ween
Governier Tillman 'and Senator Irby,
but nottiing turned up to substantia:e
the rumor. About the only thing
that gives credence to the story n'w is
the continued absence of the Senator
from this city, an absence that has
extended Ovec 'everat mnontths now,
"The Senator used to drop in right
freqreently on a friendly call to the
Governor aud other administ rat ion
friends. The last time he was here
was about a week after the lynching
of John Petersen at Denmark, which
* called forth his remarks Epon the
hanging of the negro preachers whc
dared to advise the negroes to stand
by the better element of' the whites of
the State in the next election."
The foregoing stat emen't is published
for what it is worth, verification being
left to the future. if it is true, tben
the Farlev-Irbv-Tillman controversy
Highest of al in Leavening Powe
has taken a turn that fcw imagined it
ELECTION OF JUDGE S.
'Tlhere has beten much speculation
lateiv as to the election of judges at t
the 'n(xt term of the Legilature. S
Every one wants to know, of course,
who will succeed the present five 1u- r
cnmbents, whose terms expire be
tween now anid that time. The five N
judges who are to have successors, or
who are to suceed themselves, are
I. D. Witherspoon, ol York; J. F.
Izlar, of Orangeburg; Robt. Aldrich, t
of Barnwell; J. 11. fludsor, of Ben
nettsville; andI W. II. Wallace, of t
Of these the speculators among the C
Administration men accord only one
re-election, Judge Aldrich.
There is some disposition to see
Judge Witherspoov re-elected. Mr.
D. E. Finlay, who has heretofore been V
recognized as his strongest opponent, d
has declared that he will not run
againat him. The lion. Ira B. Jones
has, however, not made any such
declaration, and will no doubt oppose
him, with the chances in bis favor.
Judge Izar will likely be succeeded
by the irrepressible William Christie
The positions occupied by Judge (
Hudson and Judge Wallace are con- r
sidered as practically the property of i
Attorev General Townsend or Col. f
R. C. Watts, of Laurens, and 0. C. t
Jordan, of Aiken. The people of the
eastern part of the State, it is claimed,
want Townsend instead of Judge Had
son. They like him because he used
to live there, and is regarded by them
as an able man and lawyer. On the
other hand, it is understood that he
prefers to succeed Judge Wallace at
his present home, Union. From all
that can be leart.ed, he seems to have I
his choice. In the event of Lis elec
tion to one or the other position, the
remaining plum will have to be pulled
by the one who has the longest pole,
either Jordan or Watts.
INDUSTRIAL CONDITIONS IN TIE
Report of the Situation for the Week
Ending September 13th, 1893.
The Tradesman, Chattanooga, Tenn.,
in its review of the industrial situation
in the South for the week ending Sep
tember 18, states that the record of the
past week has been encouraging in all
branches of business. The banks
throughout the Southern States are
well supplied with currency, and the
restrictions as to the amounts to be
drawn out and the notice to be given
have generally been removed. Nearly
all of the banks which suspended have
There is a steady but slow increase
in the orders received by manufactur
ing establishments, and several good
ones have been received by iron mann
facturers, altivuagi j2s1cO, ar veryY
.ow. Cotton mills are now generally
running. N ercantile business is some
what improved, but farmers are hold
ing back cotton for better pneces.
Amnoig important new industries
established or incorporated during the
week, the Tradersmnan reports the fol
Natchez Light, IHcat aid Power 'i
Company, Natchez, Miss., capital'
$200,000; the Carterxsville Ironi and
Ga., capital $100,000; the E. P. Anmder'
son Distillery Company, Newport, e
Ky., capital $100,000; itne Florida t
Syndicate Phosphate Works, near .1
Hernando, Fla., to cost $60,000; the
Manor Vein Coal Company, Shaw,
W. Va., capital $30,000; the Hamburg t
Cotton Mills, Mount Airy, N. C., capi
tal $30,000, and the rebuilding of the r
Clark Foundry and Machine Works,
at Knoxville, Tenn, to cost $25,000..
The Tradesman repcrts 263 new in
dustries as established or incorporated
during the week, together with 7 en-,
largemtents of manufactories and 60
important new buildings..
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular as to need no special men
tion. All who have used Electric Bitters
sing the same song of praise.-A purer
medicine does not exist and it is guaran
teed to do all that is claimed. Electric
Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver
and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils,
Salt Rh~eum and other affections caused by
impure blood.-Will drive Malaria from
the system and prevent as well as cure all e
Malarial fevers.-For cure of Ileadache, i
Constipation and Indigestien try Electric <
Bitters-Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
money ref unded.-Price 50 ets. and S1 per
bottle at McMaster & Co.'s Drug Store.*
yoln. lnE nlLCoD,.
Weekniess, .iariat, Indigesiion and
tiiousness. t neakTT s
It cures quickly. Fo: mate by all dealers in
medicine. Gct the genumne.
Bucklen's Arnia Salve
TuEi BEsT SALVE in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt lihemn, Fever
Sores. Tetter, Che pped ilands, Chillalains,
Corns, andi all Skin Erup-tion~s, and posi
tvly cures P'iles, u:- no pay reqtr ired I'
isirtarante'ed to gzive perfect satsfamo:n,
- money refum:ied. Price ~:s -nt j De
box. y'or sale- by M'-"iser &Co.'
Indigestion.,wd sltoma di.'.crders, take
BROWNS IlRON lnITTERS$.
At1 dealers keep it. .51 per boute. Genminehas
rade-mark and cra.ted red lines on wraipper.
.The Groat English Remedy.
__ ao,-e& o wc PGn oi
of hi, eae isdihoet storeinelnoe r sn
.etter, ad'de wm weno~rtman. eofessm
-,-1s1 Woodward avenue, Detroit. ic't.
Cofins, Caskets and Burial Cases
~LL sizes, qualities and pricese, for
-Asale at the old stand, J. M.
Elliott's Gin Shop. All orders igihtI
or day promptly executed. Grateful
for past patronage and solicitor~s fo;r
the future. J. M. ELLIOTT, Sn.
0Miden 0,fo'r Pitear Caornai
r.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
3EING LOCATED NEAR TIIE
) Government Departments are
ble to give your claims better atten
on than attorneys located elsewhere.
pecial attention given to difficult and
ajected claims. If your present at
>rney does not suit you and is slow
rrite us. Soldiers who have lost their
ischarges can obtain new ones.
harges of desertion removed. No
ee unless you get a pension. Advice
ree. Soldiers pensioned at less than
ivelve ($12) dollars per month and
affering from disability in addition
) that named in their pension certifi
ate may obtain increase under the
ew law. It is not necessary for you
have gotten any ailments in war to
et pensioned under the new law.
ensions for widows and children
-itliout regard to cause of soldier's
eath; for mothers and fathers who
re now dependent, whether they
ere dependent on soldier when he
led or not. Pensions obtained for
ervice rendered in Mexican and In
ian wars. Mexican pensions can
ow be increased to $12 a month.
uspended pensions restored.
'aveats, Trade Marks, Designs, Copy
ights and all Patent business con
ucted for MODERATE FEES. In
ormation and advice given to inven
rs without charge. Address
NORMAN CLAIM AGENCY,
Box 167, Washington, D. C.
STATE OFSOUTH CARvLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFlELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
aura McCant;, Plaintiff, aga nst Calvin
Brice and John S. Douglass, individu
ally, and Calvin Brice, William L. Tim
mons and John Vinson, as copartners
under the firm-name of John Vinson &
Co., T. G. Patrick, doing business tn
der the name and style of T. G. Patrick
& Co., George If. McMaster, James A.
Brice and -Thomas H. Ketchmin. as co
partners under the firm-name of Mc
Master, Brice & Ketchin, The Winns
boro National sank of Winnsboro, South
Carolina, The Peoples Bank. The Ex
change Bank of Chester, Wiiliam M.
Patrick. iudividually, and as Assignee
of J. J. McDowell, Calvin Brice and
Gray Boulwafe, as copartn rs und r the
firm-name of J. J. McDowell & Co. and
William L. Timmons as a former partner
of J. . McDowell & Co., John R. Craig,
as Assignee of Calvin flrice, lndividu
ally, and of the said Calvin Brice, as
survivor of Calvin Brice and John A.
Brice, as copartners under the firm-name
of Calvin Brice & Co., Saint Matthews
Presbyterian Church of Fairfield Coun
ty, The Roard of the Church Erection
Fund of ths General Assembly of the
Presbyterian Church in the United states
of America, James WV. Allison, R. B.
Allison, William HI. All'son and John
Addison, as copartners undergle firm
", a nmeo v is~o u 1o M. Adams and
C. F. Carroll, as copartners under the
firm-name of Carroll, Adams & Co.,
W. S. Ftrbcs, doing busiress under the
name and style of W. S. Forbes & Co.,
and John K. Johnston, Gray Boutware,
Sarah R. McDowell and J. J. McDowell,
Siummons for R2e~if. Complair t i
'o the Defendants abovec-named:
UOU ARE IIEREBY summoned -and re
L quircd to answer the Complaint in
us action. which is filed in the office of
be Clerk o'f this Court of Common Pleas,
r the s.id County! and to serve a copy
f your answer to the said Complaint on:
ie subscriber, at his office, No. 1 Law
ange, Winnsboro, Sou'h Carolina, witlh
. twenty days after the service hereof,
xclusive of the day of such service; and
you fail to answer the complaint withil
be time aforesaid, the pla;:utiffs in this
etion will apply to the Court for the
elief demanded in the complaint. :
Dated Winnsboro, S. C., 10th day of
Lugust, A. D. 1893.
JAMES G. McCANTS,
Plaintiff's Attorney. .
[L. S.] R. II. JENNINOs, C. C. P.
o the Defendants William L. Timmons,
John Vinson, The Bloa:d of the Chutrch
Erection Fund of the General Assem
bly of the Presbyterian Church in the
United States of America, James W.
Allison, R. B. Allison, Wi hiam H. Alli
son and John Addison, as copartner:
under the firm-name of iftlison & Addi
son, James Carroll, WV. C. Carroll, Johr
M. Adams and C. F. Carroll, as copart.
ners under the firm-name of Carroll,
dams & Cc., W. S. Forbes, doing busi
ress under the name and style of W. S.
Forbes & Co., and Gray Boul ware.
Take notice, that the complaint in thi:
etion and the summons (of which the
oregoing is a copy) were filed in the
ifice of the Clerk oIf the Court of Corn
in Pleas for Faim field County, in the
tate cf South Carolina. at Wininsboro, ii
aid County and State, on the 10th day 01
Lugust, A. D. 189J3.
JAMES G. McCANTS,
Clerk's Office, Winnsboro, S. C., 11th
Ay of August, 1893.
[L. S.] R. II. JENNI Gs, C. C. P.
)ures all Female Complaints and Monthly
rregularity, Leucorrhma or Whites, Pane ir
Back or Sides, strengthens the feeble, bun-I
ip the whole system. It has cured thousands
Ld will cure you. Druggists have it. SenC
tamp for book.
DE .& P. DE03W00LE & C0., Louisilles, Ky.
Ch toes tii b eaoi the hair.j
Hai to it XSuthfr Coior.
rho onsu mptive and Feeble and auTwho
ein. aie wteakm-tss. Rhumatisml an Pain. Il0c. & 31.
I N D ER CGR RNf . The onlyre orfor con.
e, oLD! iS.cK.,si Puggs
ARE YOU GOING TO THE WORLD'S
If so, see that your ticket reads via
Cincinnati and it e C. 1.1. & D. and
Monon-die acknowleduzed "World's
The only lin1e cut of Cincinnati con
necting wi-h E. T. V. & G. and Q. &
C. train No. 2, arriving Cincinnati
10.30 P. M. A solid train carrying
through sleep.-rs from Jacksonville,
.avannab, Birmingham, Atlanta, Chat
tanooga, Macon and New Orleans via
E. T. V. & G., Q.&C., C. II. & D.
and Moton Route to Chicago.
You can stop over in Cincinnati if
your ticket reads via the C. II. & D.
and the Monon Route, by depositing
same with the Merchants' and Mau
facturers' Association, Chamber of
Commerce Building, corner of Fourth
and Vine Streets, one block from
Fountain Square (the C. 1-1. & D.
ticket office is in the same building).
This enables you to visit the pictur
esque "Queen City" at no additional
cost, and special efforts will be made
to entertain strangers hospitably and
The universal verdict of the travel
ing public is that the Pullman Safety
Vestibuled trains, running every day,
"and Sunday too," via the C. II. & D,
and Monon, between Cincinnati, In.
dianapolis and Chicago, are without
doubt the "inest on earth." These
trains were especially built by the
Pullman Company for this service,
and embrace every improvement.
Their magnificent coaches, luxurious
smoking cars, superb sleepers, obser
vation cars, compartment sleeping
cars and unexcelled dining car service,
affurd "all the comforts ot home."
Leaving Cincinnati you pass through
the beautiful Miami Valley, and for
twenty-five miles the double tracks
run through the very front door yards
of the flnest subnrban homes in the
country. Beyond Hamilton and up to
Indianapolis, the line is noted for its
A stop over at Indianapolis, the
capital of [Idiana, may be obtained by
depobiting your ticket with the Secre
tary of the Commercial Club. This
city is more worthy of a visit than
almost any other of its size in the
West, and offers the greatest induce
ments to traveller and tonrist. Be
tween Indianapolis and Chicago the
line traverses the very best agricultural
and commercial territory, and the
ride is one of unparalleled comfort and
Bear in mind that the C. MI. & D.
ard Mo,:on Route trains all run via
Burnside Crossing, from which point
the Illinois Central suburban trains
run direct to the World's Fair Grounds
everv moment. At Englewood con
neetion is made with the electric cars,
which run every five minutes to the
grounds, but we recommend all
persons to go directly into the Dear
born Station, which is located in the
heart of the city and from which all
street car lines converge, then go di
rectly by car or cab to your hotel or
boarding place. First locate yeurself;
know where and how you are to live
while in Chicago. Get the locality
firmly fixed in your mind, before
going to the World's Fair by any of
the nuumetrous convenient ways; the
cable cars, electric roads, elevated
railroad, Illinois Central R. R., su'
burban trains and the steamboats
afford ampie accommodations for all
possible visitors.. and it is but five
minutes ride fez tm b*iQtes)rit
break- , o~n town, buy yonr lunch
at the grounds, and take your supper
down town. If yon follow these
suggestions you will save money.
The facilities for serving lunch at the
WVorld's Fair Grounds are extraordi
nary ar d the prices are cheaper than
at your own home, but breakfast and
supper shoul~t be taken down town,
or at your boarding house. The
World's F'airis already the tmost as
tounding aid stupendous spectacle
evet attemptal by any people, ara a
daiv's visit vill afford more delight
an'd inctructis- thani can posaib!y be
obtainu!t in iy other svay or by the
same expetiture of money. For
further partimlars, descriptive pam
phlets, rates, ete., address
Gee . E. A. 1I00vE R,
GnrlAvertising Agent C. II. &
D. R. I'., la 200 W. Fourth St.,
IHAS SOLVID TfHE SILVER QUES
TION IN iHlE INTEREST OF
This is a god harvest itself.
Nevr mind the last storm.
If your thematismn hurts you, or
your corns (ot corn) troubte you)t,
von can reliei either fo 5c. to 75e. at
the Drug.Stoi of
SUITABiE FOR SYRUP.
lr sale at
W. F. IABENICII3T'S
W I4ISBORO(, S. .
U)R88 a Glerah 11R% BilIless.
SBays and~ Sells Exc1aalb
SEI'OSI . iitel Four per cent
1) paid ( poi in Savings Depart
memnt In~tet 1ntered up on the first of
Caital StOck JRi. - - $O,000O
URdivide PrLN - - $13,o00
W.C E J E Q. DAVIS,
erglent - Casier
F'OR St IYNG, TERRACING,
.S l T. M, PDOUL WARE,
$-t1 Woodward, S. C.
SALEM, N. C.
THE OLDEST FEALE COLLEGE in te SOUTH cc
The 92nd Annual Session begins SEP
TEMIBER 5, 1893. Register for last year SC
362. Special features: THE DEVELOP
MENTOF HEALTH, CIIArIACTER AND IN
TELLECT. Buildings thoroughly remod
elled. Fully equipped Preparatory, Col
legiate and Post Graduate Departments,
besides first-class schools in Music, AET,
LANGUAGES, ELOCUTION, COMMERCIAL
AND INDUSTRrAL STUDIES.
s-1 JOHN H. CLEWELL, Principal.
DAVIDSON, N. C.
F IFTY-SEVFNTH YEAR BEGINS
SEPTEMBER 14, 1893.
Ten (10) Professors and Insti uctors.
All the usual branches taught.
Junior and Senior Studies Elective.
Chemical and Physical Laboratories.
Term - Reasonable.
Gymnastics, Games, Aquatic Sports,
Social Culture, and Voca: Music receive b
Y. M. C. A. unsurpassed.
Send for Catalogue.
7-StxtilOct1 a President. -
GRZEENVILLE, S. C.
The next session begins SEPTEMBER
27, 1893. Th - course of study is extensive
and thorough, the expense moderate.
Students in the Mess Hall last year report
that Board, Room Rent, Furniture, Fuel,
Lights, Books and Washing cost froim
$73.29 to $83.78. All expenses need not
exceed $140 to $160, if economy is prac
ticed. For full information, apply to the a.
S-1 C. MANLY, D. D.
MILITARY iI, "1TUTE,s
Ainderson, S. C.
A Military Eoarding School.
Fession Opens september 12.
Sociaf, Moral and Religious Privileges
Full Corrs of Experienced Teachers.
Apply for Catalogue.
COL. JOHN B. 'ATRICK,
THE DUE WEST
DUE WEST, S. C
The exerc:ises of thais boardingx school
for girls will tegin the FIRST MONDAY
Thporough and successful teachers em
pho edmoral and religious infi:ences sur
rounding this ashool such as..-are rarely~
Vocal teacher secured through New
England Conservat ry of Musie.
Send for Catalogue or write for room.
MRS. L. M BONNER, Principal,
II. E. BONNER, Vice Principal.
W. L DOUCLA6
53 SHOE norh
.00you wear them? When nextmsneed ty apair.:
sot in the world.
*2.50 4 2.0 A
$2.00* .7 . o
If you want aine DRESS SHOE, made lnthe latest
sus o't pay $6to $8,try my $3,$3.50, $4.00 or r
$5 Shoe. They St equal to custom made and look and
wear as well. lf you wish to economize in yourfootwear,
do so by purchasing W. L Douglas Shoes. Name and --
price stamped on the bottom, look for lt whenyo u
W...DOUGLAS, Brockton, Xa.I od
Q.D.WIL LIFOliD & CO..Winnsboro,S.C.
W. J. JOHNSON, Ridgeway, S. C.
350 Pounds Cotion,
We offer one ton Cotton A
Seed Meal for Three Hun- L'
dred and Fifty Pounds Mid- A
lling .,i: t Cotton, payaheA
Every prudent farmer~ sbould
ude mnanure his cotton and
:orr with cotton seed meal al
it that price. Now is the 5~
:ime to do it. V
W. R. DOTY & CO.
W ag ons.
We have a nice line of
which we offer cheaper for
cash or fall paymnent. We
are agents for the
.nd offer them cheap. Give
us a call before you pur
chase a buggy or
WV R. Doty & Co.
MY STOCK OF CLOTHING IS
mplete, consisting of Men's, Boys'
d Children's Clothing, and will be
Id at prices to suit the hard times.
I HAVE a FULL LINE of SHOES
for Men, Boys, Children and Ladies.
Do not forget to look at my stock of
Shoes. I have them at all prices.
RY GOODS AND NOTIONS!
I HAVE A NICE STOCK OF
Ory Goods, Notions and Gents' Fur
ishing Goods. Give me a call before
W. H. WILLIFORD..
Granc Display of
HATS AND . BONNETS-r
ON SEPTEMBER 21, 22 AND 23.
TYLES AND PRICES GUARANTEED.
ALL CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTE
Thanking our friends for past favors,
Yours most truly,
A. MACDONALD & C(
BLACKSTOCK, S. C.
JAS. H. CARLISLE, LL. D
Necessary expenses for one
o~or - ollge3 Hundred and Fify Do
For Catalogue addre A
DON' BU A SEN Ike
UNT[LXOIK EAR FRC M
WE ARE SELLING THE CELEBRATED)
We sell theum for c suh, on th~e i:lstalmenft plan, or onf time. unitil next falJ
we Want eryrbody to have~ a WflEEL~ER & WILSON No. 9, we will
ide for s our o.ld machine. Or if you h'we a new on.e that is so heavy, or
e that mae a.s much fus~s as a st:eim engine, let ns know and we will trade
In fact our advice to you is:
Trade that sewing mnachine of thine
For Wheeler & Wilson No. 9.
H~i. KETCHTN & CO.
Asheville, N. C. to Chicago, Ills.
Through Pullman Car. .
r. AsHEVIL.LE, (R- & D. R- R.) 4208 P-M. VIA
r. KN~OXVII.LE, (E. T. V. & G. Ry.) 8:oo P.M. The Richnmend & Daavi//k,
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