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Saturday. March 18, - - 1899
FPULISM V% NORTH CAROLINA.
North Carolina succeeded in turn
ing the negro out last fall, but the
State has A hard ght to make to es
cape some of, the dangerous princi
ples advocated by many of the white
people of the State.
Ve believe it is a fact that North
Carolina has a greater per cent of
illiterate people than any State in the
Union. It is, therefore, a great field
for ii demagogue, and irejnaices and
narrowness are naturally expected in
the 'lisltin6. of the Ftite, for igno
rance'is the mother of prejudice and
arrownes. S!me.of ihe Isaislation
- prtpo.-ed in the Gene-al Assembly of
North Carolina illu4trate tbe teach
ings of the Populist Party and of
demagogues among ignorant people.
An "anti-trust" bill was proposed,
- which passed the House, containing a
provision that farmers or others bus
lug fertilizers or otber goods manu
factured by a trust ou credit could not
be mads to pay the debts thus con
tracted. Even if a local merchant
sells the articles the deror cold n
be made to pay. The Si:e ke-.
this feature of the bill, but t"at such a.
bill passed one brauch of th- Geiiet
Assembly shows a dangerons seau
ment in North Carolina. It is r-,t
narrowness or prejudice. of coursft,
to figbt the great trusts, but there isi
a legitimate way of doing it. The
North Carolina bill is the wrour wa-.'
The trouble in North Caroli a is th-i
it has b.-en afRicted with Populis
and it will~take a genera:ion to teed
- out its dangerous teachines. I has
taught the ignorant that somt-booy
else is er-t1rely reaponlible fPr rh-.ie
fai'.re; it has taught ac*cialism. We
shall expect Nprth (C4.-li -a le-gislatic
for a long time to be :ainted wit'
Tbe Democrats are omn top in the
-.State,.bt it will #4 o-e e_beore
. ditor: We are agal:i. in the
midst of planting se3son , and mueh
dependa od the preparation for piast.
ing. 'An error made now catnuot be
remedied later. I have seeni whole
fields of corn ruined by a ba thopper.
Thiais.. work that shiould bidope by
ne&wbounderstands business. Much
depends-upon the way tne~ fertilizers
are applied. It should not a epat too
- deep..in--he- cold clay th unevenly
Sspread or chopped in wat places. 'Very
few men except those who wt
ness the putting in of seed and fertill
z'ra know tp what exte-nt cara'essness.
and negleet are practiced.
Is _there any. woud. that 'be agri
cultaral interest is go:6g curtinually
down whzen the labor vt the c -antry~
yearly growing worse and worser? I?h
dolence and idleness predomieste
strongly in the labo'ri claqs, and
strange -o wav some ou" essrt see the
faults in their own ?ar-m- and point
them out daily on the farws c' others.
I know isiman who f ardis-d atnd a,,d
every thirg, feed.for the- mun:e., etc ,
.apd worked bands for , a:i :of the
-'erop, and those croppers u.reLt every
train ihat passes and return bomne as
the cows at night to burn wo'od, and
all they xroect to do is to plon a
little, get a lien, run to the store and
see if the bacon and mea! has c;.me.
Thre 'Hie' bu-iniess has ruined a lot of
good labor, killed lots of good mules,
- ..- #1aced mor&gages on farme, and other
-wise ."ht the grit." It is now a
politieal food. We have a statute p.ro
hibiting banka, etc., from charging
over 8 per cent interest. Now that
saume book has nothing to prevent a
man from buying a dollar's worth of
supplies anid charging from 20 to 10
Whiskey is..another evil. The State
constables bangroundl town, catch a1
few jugs. 'hoot a man now and then,
while the con'stry people enjoy tbe
libeity of free whiskey, tbcog-a it is,
adu;terated. If all the boys In to wn
Sships 1 and 2 are niot rained by this
Scatant sale of whiskey by white
men, black men, and by negro w'wo" ,
it will be a woo'd-r to ih,e wriier. I
Down with the dispenisary; local
option is wbat we want. Let Ilbe peo
- pIe say what they wish. This is fair;
then enforce the law or make the a'
teutpt. A Subscr-ibe:r.
For Over Fifty Years. s
Mzs. Wiysiow's Sodfarsc Syaup
has beeni used for over fiftv years by I
millions of mothers for their childr-en
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, 'softens the sumns,
'illays all pain, cures -wind calic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea it
.wilI relieve- the poor lite suffer-er
im,mediately. Sold bv druggists in
, every partpof the world. T wer :v five
cents a .bpttle. Be sure and ask 'for
"Mrs. Winsl9w's Scvthing Syran,"
and ta.ke nN~ "r kind.1 1-1-17
'r. -Edtr: te recently I wit
nessed this incident: As my little
daughter and her companion were
going to school they were met. by
several of the youngest":pupils of the
colored school. These children formed
a cordon across the sidewalk and
forced the two little girls into the
ditch amid jeers aiid laughter. I
heard them expressing cheerfully their
deght over their achievement.
Again, and only a few days ago,
stveral half grown negro girls meet
jig one of my neighbors' sons de
;iberately lockeo arms and s-id loudly
enough to be plainly heard "let's push
him off the walk." The lad refusing
to submit to this indignity, charged
the line, and, with the help of two
companions who h,(d eeein the affair
from some distance, routed the bor
Now hei e ii nomitakable evidence
of bad teaching and race antipathy.
Tnere childrei did these things be
cause, by somebody, they have been
taught that it is smart to commit rude
nes; to white girls and boys, and that,
too, because they are white. The
colored people are constantly com
plaining of the "race antipathy" felt
against them by the white race. But
here is proof of 'the same feeling by
even their little children; for do they
ever visit upon their own race, with
the same ill will, such outrages?
Let it be understood once for all
that these things will not be tolerated.
I let tne offenders off this time, with a
strong admonition; next time I shall
inflict summary punishment.
Let our colored friends follow the
wise counsel of Brooker T. Washing
ton and Thos. E. Miller and all will
be well. I appeal to the teachers and
parents of the colored children to ad
dress themselves to correcting in them
the false idea of manners and -morals
idicated hy ihe incidentq abov. nar
W e,srd i h .viv'g an orderly atid
cati e us colored oopulation. I ui
c.relv hope and hel:eve that theie
%T it! be im,r,vement, i.or talling off;
to this cnd the oider uen ant women
aould work by precept a,id example.
Charles S. Dwight.
.March 15, 99.
- Free Pis.
Sebd your addres- to H. E. Bucklen
k Co.; 'hicago, and zet a free sample
box of. Dr. King's New Life Pills. A
triaf will convince you of their merits.
These pills are easy in action and are
articaw.riv effrctive in the cure of
0onstip.ion and Sick Headache. For
Malai ana~Tver troubles they have
be proved invaloahle. They' are
ga'anteed to be perfectly free from
ever' da1evere'ts ..ubstance and tobk
purely vogetbe.. They do not weaken
by their actio&, but by giving.tonze to
stomaelt a d ,o wels greati v invigoral
the s' em Reguar size 25c. per bg?i
PZnorAG. ING EOUSE~
The Winthrop pr-spagating house i'
a place of much interegt. It was es
tblshed ooiv two months age o
Pof. H. . B~nist, but is already wei1
snplied with plants and Blowers of
every variety known to our lorists.
The young lr.dies manifest much inte
rest in -Bricultute and visit the propa
gting house daily in large numbers
One of the rare plants in bloom
there now: is a terrestial orchid, a
native of South America. This plant
now has six blossoms and another
bloom will appear in a fc w days. The
fower of this orchid is believed to bei
a link. between the vegetable and the
anipnal kingdoms. The petals of the
fioeerirepresent the wide open human
hand extended up ward, with its thumb
an'd four fingrers. From the palm of
the vegetable hand n tulip-like flower
springs, royal purple and, brown in
color. Inside the flower ji a minia
ture repre4entation of a veiled and
hooded nnn, pure white, the veil also
being pure white.
The flower has attracted much at
tention, may of our ladies having gone
to the Winthrop botbouse to see it.
The Kidney Complexion.
The pale, sallow, sunken-cheeked,
:listressed-lookiug people you so often
meet are affl;eted with "Kidney Coin
Their kidneys are turning to a par
snip color. So is their complexion.
They may also have indigestion, or
nffer from sleeplessness, rheumatism,
euragia, brain troub!e, nervous ex
lustion and sometimes the heart acts
The canac is weak, unhealthy kid
UJaally the sufferer from kidney dis
rass doe, not find out what the trouble
unmil it is almost too late, because
.he first symptoms are so Jike mild
lickness that they do not think they
sed a medioie or a doctor until they
id themselves sick in bed.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root will build
up and strengthen their weak and
liseased kidneys, purify the.ir diseased,
tidne-poisoned blood, clear their
ompexion and soon they will enj>
You can get the regular sizes at the
!rug store, at fifty cents anal one dol
ar, or you may first prove for your
elf the wonderful virtues of thia great
iseavery, Swamp-Riot, by sending
our addres, to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
linghmtcmn, N. Y., for a sample bot
e and a book that tells all about it,
,ot.' senat to you absolutely free br
nail. Whent writin~g kindly mention
hat <-u read thi' liberal olier in The.
~ews and Herald.
THE tno -Zh of Me.
'RENHT R EMEr Y produes the rd>'ve r-nit
In 30 days. C::res Nen'ous DebtyImata,
.ricele, Failg Al4soy. Stdys .:d arains s:Id
ssus cue by e.rcrs of -oauth. it wards off In
nity and Core;umption. Youn:g Men regain Man
cd1 and Old Men --:c--ver * n:th?:1 Vigor. It
yes vigor and s zea ?ra:kca organs, and fits
nan for brai-r yr- 4-. .. *-y carried ii
S'd oni4 b; J. J. Obear, Drug.
slhriia5in LiIeTCod -md ReA~L-~
t , -f .
AMs dst.Cortains neitner
_ U,0Arphin -vor Na.j1
2 *e iar. iME
Aprfect emedy for Constipa
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP.
TacSimile Signature cf
.xACT coPYOF WRAPP.R,
ing is n<
' ne of ortenants. She ha
RSTLE & 0.,Pr
It is an easy matter to clai'm that
a remedy has a w onderful etvrativ e
Spower. The manufacturers of
. R heumacide
leaves it to those who have beenl
Spermanently and positively cured
of RHEUMATISM to mi a k e
cltaims. Among those wtl 'Nve
recently written us volunitary set
ters saying they have been cured
are: Rev. J. L. Foster, Raleigh,
SN. C.; Mr. J. E. Robinson, Editor,
SGoldsboro, N. C., Daily Argus;
M3r. A. Daus, a prominent mer
chant, Macon, Ga., and Mr. W. R.
SDuke, a railroad man, Kansas
SRHEUMACIDE WILL CURE YOU.
lniactarel by THE BOBBITT BRW
CO., Raleidb N. C.
jSold in Win nsboro by McMaster
SCo., and by Druggists generally.
Price $1 per bottle.
0.. ai.. .* AV'0
L S Y DUYING DIREoT FROM 'O
E. ROSENIBURGER & Co.,
202-204 E. 102d St., NEW YORK CIT
The Largest Clothing
Manufacturers in America.
OUR CRE/C BARGAIN OFFERI
B U with Extra Pants and B
we Pay Egre sage.
Tliese suits are guia ran~ t!c! to .e made from.I
ported Wool Chevt'. tn !:iac. flue, Grey and Broa
in sizes fron, 3 to o yer- of age. Made up doub
breasted. with~ saily- C-slar-Collar fancy emobroidi
ed-!ned with fast Bi1::: Albecrt Twill Sat en a
Paten: Waist Ban4' Trimeming and Workmansh
the very best. Size for ;o to xr 5OSyr, without sail
Colar. Mentlon ago and if large or small.
g4c ~ 51S 3tog
When orderir.g send P tWr . 5
Eprss MAoney Order or R
IAtters. a lso aga a t l.st - t...;
and if barge or so t !:r !.,: .
an tIsf tr . 'I .c . .... f..
s ames, t.,pc :.,. . r. o. . k
blank%. etc. r A
IPand Whishy Th;:
om. mt.u4 B M.Dnr
THE CENTAUR COMPANY. tEWYORKC
>:4 Down Stairs
-IG heavy burdens washing, iron
scrubbing and other laborious dutc;
>roductive of an enor=ous amount C"
trated-bythe ravage?..of female dis
he performance of.the eavylabo
tory to many.wome t the suffe
t. This feature of4b useholdbr
y soon be removed m willonly
trouble to learn how fewbottles c-r^
alate all menstrual iregularities, aI A
the entire female- to is
:ondition. Take 5?, Jseph's Llve~
or in small doses ifLthere is any ten
> constipation or in4jgestion.
T FOR AYEAR..
i been eb.d-f ost orwevontb bu o
r X am r borne, Ala.
~r dlruggist 1o0
- -OMEN v.
~ I ter" -
~ I troduction
stratnd that nine-tenths of all
~' cases of menstrual disorders
nec require a physcian's atten
S at all. The -impe, pure
tae nthe privacy of a wom r
own hoeinsures quick relief
speycure. Women need
heiaenow. Wine of Cardui
quires no humiliating examri~
ensdes, al in ythe on
"whit," cne o . lif . a
wmen o beautil y kithe- .
well. I ~tes t e otngb
the rug tor . * '..
di recis rs,ingymp.
th "a i:s'pat e .
W.... LEI.D.. Cr,Mis.
paato or feale obls
Silerwar G Sfen:.
Sc ratchin . w b r
Sampl sen if yu sa
THE MOST MODyBN SEWING
MACHINE OF THE AGE, EM
BRACING ALL OF THE
Range of Work,
Old Sewing Machines taken in ext
Dealers wanted in unoccupied teiri.
tory. Correspondence solicited.
J. H. DERBYSHIRE,
EBEL BUILDING, ICHULOND, VA
-I HAXE- -'
As protty a Stock of Goods as
has ever been brought to
Consisting in part of Rogers &
Bro.'s celebrated plated wares
-Ladles, Knives, F o r k s,
Spoons, Carving Sets, &c.
~-A 0 -
Berry and Saltd Dishes,
*Vases, Cracker Jai-s, &c., &c.,
and invite an inspection of
them at four eai-liest conve
C. M. CHANDLER
IH EA Lb DH E
I is only a sy mptom-i-not a
disease. So are itackache,
INervousness, Dizz:iness and the
Blues. Trhey all come from an
unhealthy state of the man-j
strual organs. If~ you suffer
from any of these symptoms
Iif you feel tired and languid in
the mlorning a:n! wis~h you could
lie in bed another hour or two
-if there is a bad taste in the
mouth. and no appetite--if f
there is pain in the s:de, back i
or abdomnen - BDFI ELD'S
FEMALE REG:;L/-JOR will
brig a:ucut a ser anre. Tht.
Idoctor may:~ ca:l :or trouble
some high-sonvdh:g Latin
Iname. but n1ever azd thre name.
T1he trouble is in 1t:-: menstrual
organs, and Uradleid'.s Female
:Regulator will reste ro you to
Ihealth and regr.late the menses
'THE BRADH!ELD) Rit.LOR Co.
I ATLAA, GA.
onlstitutionl undermined by ex
* agance in eating, by disre
irding the laws of nature, or
Syia apital all gone, if so
'utt's Liver Pills will cure you
%r sick headache, dyspepsia,
ur stomach, malaria, torpid
;er. constipation, biliousness 2
*ed all kindred diseases.
Stu'aru1s of Bicc
Co'-uibIa Cjam 1
New Models now on-Exb
We are offering a limited n
45, 46 and 49, end Hartfords,
F reduced prices. These were t]
Don't fal to get our Ar
POPE MFG. GO.,
JORI & DAVIS, M
Central Time Between ColumbISand Ja4e
sonville. Eastern Time Between Ce
lumbia and Other Poluts.
Effective January 1Ac 130.
-' No. 38144. 86 o.
Northbound. D. Dm ft u
LT. J'vle, F.C.&P.Ay.. 800a 8 O 11
" savannah ........... 129019 12 lb 3.xf
Ar. Colambia ........... 4 05P 4 46 76p
Lv. bar'ton.SC&GR. 7 00a9 ..
Ar. CAlumbia........ 1100 ........
Granitevile......289 10 6
A *ken........... 220 10
Arenton.......... 3 6
Winnsboro....... 6 077P a ofp
Ar.Charlotte......... p 9l15p 14
." Danville..........1151 122p 310
Ar. Richmnond ........8. 6 25 ...
Ar.Washington...6 42 g9 9'45a
*' Btmor B4.B.. SOa 1V 1105a
"NewYork..... 2 pO6 BaS8 5p
South . -
Lv. New York,Pi.3.B. 12 003 480 2281n
-Baltimore......... 48 FI 4 2
Lv. Waib'ton,. So. By.. 5 S0-O1 iJ 11 5.
Lv. Richmond.......... ...-12i1i 2201a
Lv. Dmnville . ........ 12 10a 5 50s 6 0p .
"' Charlotte....84a9. tp
* Hil......... 4 5a10 flld
"r o..***:::::: "it igi
" Gasnivl........ 9 as .3
se tion d
Wr ahton...P ...D ..3aiW
SLa PIy ger service
No.Siand 8NW OKand IR
e arou1gth t asad8s ls
Ta hlu a ulmav Dr cag eenl
lialeig Cars between wXChi.arltt
tie l I ratatd rolu. oscosno
tio ~at.rolk ofo OLDst POdiNTCOMFOET,
tdegat bypeneervia betCh.er
T V & Geui~n grT.na~ . ton
Te quitabe o
tobfe tanth Uniedar SaiLte lss
eoce oThemgmn of thaitte
Eq,itabl aife Asuraep cet.e
ulmn Sis Caris eionw eenr- t
ter an.,udr andi lt oesecn it
irs ith Wifor o k as ad
qarters. The rigt manwll. Throu
Palmthoughooy feduatepin he s bcenc
ofn slen cinsuraete and the art ohfr
lottessfl liitngcrsereal.aI 'tere.
bullnslin or proeween nocso. re
ondnete wih en erg aiy leD asn
yueandtaiprnene ia Asei.* rf
T W . J 4e. MrO EY Mr., 'h~
Life-3 Asuace Siety.4 c
of th Unied Sates
On f,rmin man agepment. Cai
Equomitsbions Ashae ooirtel
in athas terrty is deroucin osar. ah
__ter eret. hWnubria ed
JOH q Brtr. TALE rh a willON
C ucsu ol bi . re.,a'
or busi.nesW or proessio n ie
1 unrLiA t1n.a l.fe agnc)
ibition at prices ranging
umber of Columbias, Mode
Patterns 7 and 8, at greatly
se leading wheels of 1898.
luHe 1899 Catalogue..
[8ei8, VIil'N, 8. C.
FORTY N[CE TENNESSEE AND
3ENTUCKY MULES at my stable.
n Winnsboro, from three to Lye years
Id. These mules can be bought ee
rr cash or on good bankable paper,
ayable in the Fall. -Come one, come
11 who need good mules. I will eg.
hange them for broken dowa mules
r ping mnle..
I alo have afe gil -Marsand a
ouple of good' Saddle Horse., one
ew Two-horse Wagon and one good
I also keep en hand a few
MILCN COWS --
ud will sell thzcfl cheap for eash or
rchan'ge then,'for dtre cattle. Always
ady tur a trade.
I bare enIgag-d Mr. S. B. CR~AW.
ORD for ihe season. and be will be
leased to see' an and all of his mauny
4 otice to Voters
rhe Boo.ks of Registraioun for the
rr Municipal Election, to. be held o
>ril 3rd next for Intendant and fear'
ardens for the town of Wirnasbere,
C., will be open for the registealog
voters at the itore .ef limpeon h.
theart on January 1,p 1599, aed
sed April 1, 1699. -MI soter. In:
a election are required to register
ij. i-btis time.
J. E.: OAN,
V. M. CATECART,
Sn=ervisor of Registratten.