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V5rus. IN Af.
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Tues lay, February G - r 9oo
A DANGEROUS PRtECEDENT.
The excluiion of Roberts from the
Fou of Representa: iv';etcablishes a
very ,ngerous pre-eoept, which may
returi. <one day to paga , those Demo
crats who voted iu A-or of the ms-,
jority 'port to eacind- the Utah Rep
resen-a'ive. The gn:di6eatons pr -
scribe t b the constitution are as fo:
lows:
"N:" person shall b a Renresentative
who s-all not have atta ned to the age
of tw--nty-five year, and been seven
years.: citizen of the U riied Statev,
and a no shall nof, whez, e;ected, be an
inhab*taat of that State in which be
shall b! chosen - (Cots.ih uion, Aricle
,sect ion 2).
). oberts had been duly elected.
o qt.-tion was u -to,nt that. lie
see. "d the only qua;ificationa pre
ribe t ty the constitution, age, citi
nabi ). and isbabitsnce, and that he
b:.7e all of these qualificatiors was
it ed on all side-. He, therefore,
e; . bee n- seate'i. There is a
e difference between "exrlur.u"
" xpu!sion." The House le.d the
.o expel him, but it e(tainly
t-d the constitn:ion in excluding
om a seat in the lun4e.
dangers of this precedent are
If the correetness of this
is admitted. then it must be
hat the House of Represen
ave the power and right to
e constitutional qualificailons
elected a rember of thtat
der such a pr(p,)sitiri, no
er tell wic;hor hs wiil be
"elected. The House can
that he is obouxtous to that.
therefore, cau not c.me in.
amount to defeating the
peop:e. The man who is
mas be exeluded to
r saccb a grange prop,o
ry new H >use may tire
*peculiar antd specia'
ins.ance, a Re-I
may- s.ty that South
ranei~aisd a large m!i- t
GovEzNoR TAYL'R acted wisely in
releasing Stenographer Walker. He
avoided for the present a clash between
the militia and the State courts. The
Republicans lost the sympathy of a:l
conservative citizens in the country
by their defiance of all law and.order.
When the courts become powerless to
eoforce its j adgments then Republican
instituttons are at an end, and that is
about what has happened in Kentucky.
THz Dlviion of Forestry will con
tiune the i-vestigation of Pacific coast
timber begun last summer, and several
parties will start in June or earlier for
the Redwood belt of Calilornia and the
Rea Fir forest of Wabbington. The
Object is to compare tha reproduction
wite rhe present depletion ani to in
vestigate the possibility of reforesting
logted-off lands. There will be from
fifteen to twenty-five men in each
State. Most of the work will be dort.
by young college men under the direc
ti.on of Government forest experts.
'1 he research wiil.be carried on in
pursuance of a system which under
takes by ascertaining the rate of growth
:d9 genera' life history of an existing
forest to foretell tha behavior of a
future one growing under like condi
tious. Mt. aurements will be made and
the age found of several thousand
trees in the logging districts, and large
tracts will be cruised and surveyed to
find the stand of timber in varying
.ituations. By measuring and cout,t
'ng the annual rings of a tree at sev
era: sections, an expert can determine
not only iis age but at what stagi it
grew fsteat, when it reached maturity,
ana IhA exact amount of wood added
during any period. By obtaining
tr, figutree for large areas it will be
~imiie to compute the time neceaparv
o rai*e sccessive crops i the Pacific
mb-r regions.
'.hit wotk will he especially valua
til to owners of t:nier lands who are
in doubt as to the prcfi; of paying
:,xes on their property after it h.
been logged.
For Over Fifty Years.
MRS. *t INSLOW'S SOOTBINO Sraur
hai been ued for over fifty yearr bs
mi.lions of mothers for their childrei.
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothe' thr child, softens the gums.
allays a: pain, cares wind colic, and
i, the bet remedy for diarrhoea if
will relieve the poor little sufferer
immediately. Sold by druggists in
, very part of the world. Twenty-five
cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
-- rs V iuslow'a Soothing Syrup,"
.nd -ake vo o ther kid. 1-1-17
Incubator Baby to Inherit 825,000,000.
Chica'go Dupatch to Phtdadelphia North
American.
A~ a inca.bator baby will inherit $25,
000.000, weahhof the Armnours. Little
-'s Armour.owes ber life to scier co.
Fo:ir years ago the little one was born.
it wa 'nl through a n
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which Las 0ec-n
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signaturc of
and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its inf-_cy.
'" f& -6--Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes arc but Ex
periments that triie with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor-other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You lave AlwayS Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THEt CENTAUR COMPANY. T? MUPRRAY STRCCT. NCM YORK CITY.
***** An Ordinance
To RAISE SUPPLIES FOR THE MUNICI
PAL YEAR COMMENCING A PRIL
1, 1899. AND FNDING
w APRIL 1, 1900.
Be it enacted and ordained by ihi
Intendant and Wardens of the town o
Winnsboro in Council met, That to:
the purpuse of raising supplies for ih
i ear commencing April 1, 1895, anc
ending April 1, 1900, a tax for tht
Do you take cold with sums and in the manner l,ereirafre
every chaEtge 3n the mentioned shall be raised and ai
weather? Does your throat nto the treasury of sai
feel raw? And do sharp sa)i:
pains dart through your Five
chest?
D)on't you know these
danger signals which
to pneumonia, bron
consumption its
si you ar
lost fles
Tax Returns
THE OFFICE OF COUNTY AU
ditor will be open from the lst day of
January to the 20th day of February
for the purpose of receiving tax re
turns. Returns to be made of all per
sonal property. A penalty of 50 per
cent will be added when parties fail to
make returns within the above men
tioned dates. All male person. he
tween the ages of 21 and 60 are liable
to poll tax, unless otherwise exempt
by law, and are .required to wake re
turn of same.
The Auditor or his deputy will be
at the followiNg places on t:e d -. s
specified to receive !ax return':
Allion, January 22
Buckhead, January 23.
Wolling, January 24
Crosbyville, January 25.
Woodward, .January 26.
White Oak, January 27
Horeb (Curlee's Store), January 29.
Blythewood, January 30.
Flint Hill Januir 31.
Gladden's Grove, February 1.
Monticello, February 2.
Jenkinsville, February 3.
Ridgeway, February 5.
Longtown, February 6.
Centreville, February 7.
M. L. Cooper's, February 8.
J.L. RICHMOND,
1-4 County Auditor.
Pr I lito t8 Do4
by the customers
The people who are the wisest judges
of qualities and values. Our
offering of
FLOUR, BACON,
GRIrS, MEAL,
OATS, CORN,
and all othcr lines of Staple and Fs.:c,
1 Groceries can be accepted as the !
produced. We searched the t
for he
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
)entral Time at Jacksoaville and Savannah.
Eastern Time at Other Points.
Schedule in Effect.January 17th. 1900.
NNo.34 No.86No.32
NORTHBOUND. Paily Daily el ?S
: Jacksonville, (Plant Sys) 8 00a 745
SSavan h,(So. y.)...... 12 1205a 410p
" Barnv.ell................. 4 02 4 00a 754
" Blackville................. 41p 415a 810p
" Springfeld.......... 4 8 .....
" Sally...................... 448p 4 47a ......
"Perry....................455a...
Lr.co1umbia................. 555p 600. 95p
V. ObRrleston,(So. By.)..... TO t0
" Summervilie .............. 7
" Branchville:......... 8. 25 p
Orangeburg............. 928a 250 7
" Kingville.................. 10 430a 8
Lr. ColunXia. ......... 1100a 60 9
,v. Auguata,(So. Ey.) ..... B9rpE .
Aiken ...................... 820p ....
Trenton................. 400P110D -.
" Johnston................. 44p 20p.
Lr. Cdlumbia,(Union Dogot) 550 2 ....
Iv. Columbia,(Blanding bt.. 610p 6156 9
Winnsboro............... 708p 720410
2."Ro. ki. . ............... 8P8471~W
kr. Charlotte ................. 91 940a
r. Danv111e................... T 8 48e
V. ichtnonda . ............
Baltimor, Pa. B. B.).... 912& 1
"a .............1 85
"New Y'ofl ......... i 41
y. Columbia.................1405 7 --
ar. Spartanburg..........S tep 125a...
" Asheville .. .......... 700p 2 p3 ...-.
.r. Knox'ville ............... 415a 7 2p .
r. Cincinnati. .......... 0p -
r. Louisrville.................I ' 7 0a
8 No.3No.85 No.81
SOUTOUND. Daily Daily ex Sn
5v. Louisville............ 7 45a i
"v. Cipcinsati........... 80s .;;-,
Uv. G noxville ............... 1 ----
"Asheville.................0a8 ...
" Spartanburg............. 11 6 ....
&r. Colorabia.............. 320p 9 ..
Ar. New York.(Pa. E. B.) .. 8 40n
" Philadelphia............. 6 314p
Biltimore................ 8 6
Lv. Washington,(So. By.).... 9 11I 85
Lv. Richmond. . 1 1i
Ix. Danville. 4 3$0 1
Lv. Chariotte ............... 18 1095 2
" RockHill................ 9.2 1046p
Chester................. 1 l
Winnsboo ............... 12
&'r. Vlumibia, (Bls ng gg)111 214 1 4
Columbia,(Ua6x De't) 1 4 . ..
" Johnston................. 1 6
" Tr ton..........r.... 4p 6 "...
Ar. en ................ ..
" Graniteville.......... .
" A ngnita ................
"Bumme rv i.
. Charle
between
be
lotand1
tli
NEWS **
and
**+ HERALD.
0
Tri-Weeklw, $8 a Year in AdvaN
Weekly, $1.50 a YearSa Advan
LET1iER HEADS,
BILL HXAD',
NOTE HEAD6,
LAWYEES' B! z 's.
LIENS,
MOBTGAGEb
DEEDS,
Sand evervthing in jos :et 4..
as cheaply as anyr where e1.e is
theArata.

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