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TIMERB, L1 ADY -
Tus lay. Marek 13. - - 1A00
WEAT DOES HE KNOW ABOUT IT?
Representative B'Irket!, of Ne.
braska, made a thoughtess statemet
In his speech in ti-e Aldrich conwest
case from Alaban<. He gave a list of
- contests pending in *he House, show.
- ing tie scope o f territory from which
these contests come, which includes
districts in Alabama, Kentucky, Miss
issippi. North Carolina, South Caro
lina, and Virginia, and Mr. Bori*ett
adds: "It is the same territory frem
which comes up the wail of more than
one-half of the peoP'e that their rights
are boine stamped beneath the fen: of
otbers. It is there that men are not
permitted to exercise the riebt of
franchiqe which the laws of their
country give them. It is in this spot
where 'consent of tha governrd' is
less regarded than in any place oa -he
earth to-day." Tbis is a very rnsh
statement. Surely Mr. Barkett had
forgotten the Philippine Islands and
Puerto Rico. But these islands do
not send Democratic congressma-n o
Washington, and that's the reason Mr.
Burkett does not point ;hem ont as
spots "whert 'consest of the gover.-ed' I
is kesc regarded than in any pia.:. on
. )$he earth to-da." I bwill be noted
that Mr. Burkett lives away no in
Nebraeka. What does Le know aibont
South Carolina any wa;? Ju.iing
from ;he remarks quoentc, precIonly
REPRESnTJ1TrrE BEI.L, of N',.rth
DakoLm, has had th- c.-trave to sa' in
the House that the representatives of 1
the people in the Senate are also the I
representatives of the* great trusts of
the coantry. Speaking in the House
last month, he qoted the chancell-r p
of the New York University Law '
School, while deploring the weaL;ness
and failut2 of representatives to rep
resent the people, as say ijg that the n
interest of our country in the great 0
rivalry between corpo-rations and the t
Govert'ment is coming, and where but
from am~ong the masses wilt spring the
advocates of the peopl'a rights? "He~ j
.was showing that the memnbership of
this House was cornposed ~rincipally.
of the representativa of the gi est 'p
terests and not by'the Areer i
." It seems too that right .be
cisik is made. I states that in
* a liading text-bonk in general use i4
one of the conlegea int Washington a
statem~ent is made that this is a rime
in the isitory. of the American Giover
meat without statesmana-hip"
The representatives of the tras's
have bides as tough as the trusts then
selves, and they are hard to punctare,
but it is comforting to know' that
somebody near them is doing somne
- Govion~ TaLr ta a put himateif
-compeely beyond the moral support
of the nes people of this country by
his act ion in shielding his partians
from arrest on the charge~ of acco
pliees in the mnur.ler of Gvy Goebl..
There msn showed weakness in 'h.-ir
fight and especially in the man'er of
it. It ia hard to conceive now to who'
lengths Taylor wil go to maintain tas
osurpation of the government. Demo
cratic Governor Becknam, so far, a
* shown considerable discretion sni
wisdom, and we believe that a va..t
majority of the people o' -- con nt ry
are in sympathy with him
* Over-Work Weakens
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
* All the blood in your body passes through
your kidrneys once every three minutes.
.. . The kidneys are your
* . blood purifiers, they fil
- ter out the. waste or
impurities in the blood.
If they aresick or out
of order, they fail to do
e' their work.
matism come from ex
cess of uric acid in the.
.2..---blood, due to neglected
~kidney trouble. -
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
p *oersokng bodtrough veins and arteries.
It used to be cniedthtonly urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
* but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional dieae have their begin
ning in kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized. It stands the highest for its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
and is sold on its merits
*..by all druggistsin fifty
cent and one-dollar slz
* es. You may have a
s~ample bottle by mail nome or Usamp-noot.
-free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton,- N. Y.
PRESTON RION, Agent
-* FAMIlFIRlE INII8RCE C5WI
.5- 8F NEW lRI,
* Solicits a szare of the publi. ato
--DAU3N" NOT PERMISSIBLE.
Augu ta Chronice.
In city conncll fot long ago word
"damu" was Reed, by P. man to whom
profarnity is a stranger scarcely known.
It came from 1him nnwittingly, and
was the m:nst expressive exclamation
against acton about to be taken that
could have been given. His use of
the word was a eurprite to coucil
When he used it, appareutly unwit
tingly, Le illustratt d his opinion and
his feeling more thoroughly, probably,
than had he spoken flr t ie hours. He
was in earnest. He is an exempla- y
citizen, a Christain and a model man.
He felt strongly on the matter under
disoussion. It was the proosition
to establish a pool room in Aznrata
that is a turf exchange where bets
will be made on horses running races
on tracks in the East and elsewhere.
The bets take the shape of pool selling.
The races are reported by wire. Bets
rare placed and paid, when won, in i;te
When the proposition was pending
to license this exehange, which he
holds is a gambling place, pure and
simple, the councilman, in his indig
nant opposition to the exchange ex
slaimed: "It would be a damned out
rage to establish this affair in Au
There is nothing sinful in "damn."
But the word is not considered a nice
3ne and it is suggestive of profanity.
But it did not grate as it was urtered
at the time stated. It came as a blunt
but firm expression of outraged feel
Pending his canvass for the govern
)rship and when the labor riot broke
)at and the Honorable Peter Stirling
was under arms at the head of his
regiment, it will be recalled, Mr.
Stirling used "damn."
Coming from him, the use of the
word created a sensation. A commit
:ee of "de sixt" had called on the col
)rel to remonstrate with him about
scorting with his regiment so-callad
"scabs" to work and to the places of
he strikers. Orders had been given
he regiment to do this duty. Peter
Stirling very plainly told the commit
ee he going to carry out orders.
L'ittee told the colonel if he
- with his regiment it would
;t him votes. "Do vou know how
nach I care for votes?" he called, as
his head reared in the air.
"Speak out loud!" some one called.
'We all want to bear."
"Voes be damned!" ha crie ', and,
nruing on his heel he walked away.
i was the only time in life he h d
Lsed the word. He had explained
ftervrards that the word was be
aost nxpressive of ten thousand he!
oigbt have said. That he used damn
-a man so good and true -was a sen
ation among his friends.
Peter Stirling wished to be em
hatic, as did the councilman. Bth;
f them, howevor, might have goitt'
long without "damn." Same pe po:e
ro-uld have preferred "durn," or
did blast" or "dog goned " Some
tight have prefe-rred "blarsted" aud
ther. "awful."7 "Damn" isn't "o
irribly bad, whie it goes alone. but
isn't a nice word for your children.
litors or councilmen.
[OZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR
A Pleasant Lemon Tonio
For biliounmess, constipation and ap -
For indigestion, sick and nervous
mesa, nervonsness and
- or al .il an
heart failure.. iy n
For fever, chills,
diseases, take Lemon Elix.
Ladies, for natural and 'thorotzg
oriranic regulation, take Lemon Elixi'
Dr. Mozeley's Lemon Elixir is pre
.pai-ed from the fresh juice of Lemos'
combined with other vegetable live
tonics, and will hot fail you in any c
the above named diseases. 50c an
.1.00 bofule a ldrnggits
Prepared by Dr. HI. Mozley, Atlants
At the Capitol.
I am in my seventy-third year, atn
for fifty years I have been a grea
sufferer from indigestion, constipatio1
and biliouness. I have tried all th
remedies advertised for these diseases
and got no permanent relief. Abou
one year ago, the disease assuming
more severe and dangerous form,
became very weak, and lost flesh rap
idly. I commenced using Dr. Mozley'
Lemon Elixir. I gained twelve pound
in three months. My strength ani
health, my appetite and my indigestioi
were perfectly restored, and now
feel as young and as vigorous as
ever did in my life. L. J. ALLDRED,
Doorkeepor Ga. State Senate,
8tate Capitorlftlanta, Ga.
3Mil' Lemon Elixir
is the very best medicine I ever uset
for the diseases you recommend it for
and I have used many kind. for wo
Mxa. S. A. GRzsx.&x,
Salem, N. C.
MOZLRY'S LEMON NOT DROWN.
C'uren all Conghs, Colds, Hoarsenes
Sore Throst, Bronchitis, Hemorrhage
and all throat and lung disi-ases. Ele
want, reliable. 25c at drnggists. Pre
rjb.ed only by Dr. H. Moz!ey, Atlaut a
*+* Attention !
NOW I3 THE TIME TO BUY
ouR STOCK OF HEAVY GR~O
ceries is now complete.
We cater specially for tbe farmers'
?rade. We know what they need, and
ate prepared to ser ve them and5 a: bot
We also carry a nice line of shelf
and everything usually foud in a
t'Goods delivered to our city trade.
U'ome and see us.
W. R. RABB & Co
The One Day Cold Cure.
For cold in the head and sore throat use Ker
inott's; Chocolates L~azative Quinine, the "One
Day Cold Cure."
I~ ~ ij -
Ieget !ablePrepartionforAs -
s idating theTo-od andWReg-u'
OpnriiMorphine nor Mneral.
Aperfect-Remedy for Constipa
rnss cnd Loss OF SLEEP.
Tc Simie Signature er
7I O -3,rx,0r
EXACT COPYOF WRAFlRt
You may have heard
about SCOTT'S EMULSION
ani have a vague notion
Sthat it. 3 cod-liver oil with
its had taste and smell and
all its other repulsive fea
Wures. It is cod-liver oil, the
pirest and the best in the
Swcrid, but made so palata
bic that almost everybody'
can ta~se it. Nearly aill
c uren like it and ask for;
~ czks lie cream; it nlour!
~ shes tho wasted IBody $4
3 ~baby, child or adult
ut _ta cream or anya
other food in existence. lt(
bers about the same rela
9 ien to other emulsions that
cz'am does to milk. If you
B h:.ve h ad any experience a
with other so-cal led "just as~
-p;. *i preparations, you~
[ T a that this is a fact.
.'he hypophosphites that are
B ce ee with the cod-liver oil
yeadditional value to it because
they 'one up the nervous system
s, C impart strength to the whole
Soc. rnd $r.oo. allidruggists.
sCOTT .*: BOWNE, Chemists, New York.
e it toth .:
LrA:r iedtthr:r .
d ie :rec~mes ie:m
1r o->- :El vi/ n oe.
It toe :h.crves n'eh sufr
in .ad 6.-.- x: ave shatter-1. It is1
the r 1,t antet remedy ever c::-.:red[
to rest ora vcak women to perfect ;
hetrth, : .o make- them atrcete
Fr aJvae ia case.s requirig se
ial aie" s address, gorg; symp-,,
toms, "Th~e TL>:es Advisorv De
-partme-'," Thea Cht, arooga. 'edi
cm ine Co., Chtog. 'enn.
Ilr. . W. s~ZYTH, cama, s. C.,
fo'r *.'~ of '7: w-.;m 221 it e~sarycred.
-The~ One Day Cold Cure.
Kermott's Chocolates Laxative qinine for
cold in the head and sore throat. Children take
+he l.e 1c1a ndy
An saer f a
settled on the breart, branuchini , throa]
nr luung trouble2 of any nature. wh<
will esll at McMater _o. w'.li b-.:- pro
-vented with a sample, hotflo of
Bomchee's Germin Syrnts free oj
charge. Oaly one botue g:%,in , ont
person. an'd n.:ne to children withon1
or-ler from parent&.
No throat or Inano remnedy o--r had
Euch a sale as Boschee's Germau Syruf
in all parts of the civi!ir-ed -,orld.
Twe-ntyyearswo millions o.-'~le
Wii! 1021l Vrm is- succeSs was. eens
It is resaly the f.nly throk- a log
ICmen;d-- encrmlJf eudorped! by phy.
siin.One '75 cen-Yt bon'e -::0 are
or nrove its valne. b-d.b d ilcrs in
Zli civilized c-lnnev.
EeIlef Insix HouZrs.
DitrssngKine and B~ erDs
ea .rleediAi.h.r y" e
almost imeitl. fyuwn
S.E C ..AROU~4. WTA ''
Any adult su for farticulars
se1edo treaigtern curiy ihnd
nr uu~troble fawibnt narew
wPl c-l at caetso pe rBo
rse by paete.Uie S le
ir~allpart e posir!s.~d.ol
2er 15x12t aw5, 7 and 1 Br id
Noisraytce to Votero
Th oso eistras ngiine aridadrDe
prit Soth netfr In iin: ande.'
Itf i trre at thrie onsored of an
eAeipriompt900.s in votr i: :.i e l
in adre ridead to regii: male
qik time. ~dcr hs st. eey
W. M. CATHCART
Supervior oRi ration~r
W1ta intr encrl .rr -
disappointd the Und f le
2n heretofor 5,7 n 1 p d~
N otibe t o
enjoed amongp Eetint
your~e frin ontin "The tow-egge W ors
S."Wil bEzr pen fort,"he c.ian :cr
Cofki'te ath,""obe itles f Fut
edi on anuaryi cloth , prned.:eAf
Api and00bsolutl tehrs boo i
Wi rth $2.qiled to foic' ~r].
thder tne. Jew (peOal ll
(. THE BOOKE OMPEA
dtioer nd byuatrrs too
AmWriea fotefreboket _Mer
rE CrALs. HIRE OPiadiha
The Easy Running
The most modern Sewing
j Machine of the age, embrac
ing all the latest improve
ments. Unequaled for Dura
bility, Range of Work and
Dealers wanted in unoccu
pied territory. Correspon
dence solicited. Address,
fJ. . DERBYSHIRE.
OF THE LADIES
IS CALLED TO
A LINE OF
I HAVE JUST
Dish Pans. Ketchin Pans, Dsiry
Pane, Pudding Pant, Jelly Pans,
Wash Pans, Columbia, Scollo,,ed
and Plain Pie Plates, Tea, Bowl
and Gravy Strai;ners, Graters, Po
tato Mashers, Curd Moulds, Egg
Whips, Toasters, Stove Kettles,
Dish Kettle-, 'lea, Tabe and Bast
ing Spoor.s, Colanders, C ff e e
Stands, Bisenit Cut ters, &c &c.
'3. W, SEIGLER
and we wille*
8 I, W. DOTY & OO
tTo RAIsE SUPPLWeS FOR THE NIUNIC
ngI PAL YEAR (OMMENCING APRIL
1, 1899. AND KN~DING
.c- APRIL 1, 1900.
Be it enaced arnd ordained by ii.
Intendant and Wardeun of the towri c
Winnsboro in (ouncil met, Thst to
the purpose of raising supplies for th
year commencing April 1, 1895, an:
Sending April 1, 1900, a tax for th
sums and in the manner hereinafte
Imentioned shall be raised a'd pai<
into the t reasur3 of said town for th
r."iSse and service thereof. That ist
IFive mluis ad valorem upon ever:
dollar of the value of all real and per
monlal pr..perty within the corporali
limits 't the~ fowni of Winnsboro.
Two dollars to be paid by ever
ma:e inhabitanat of the to.wn of Winns
boro bet ween the ag-*s of eigbteen (18
and fif :v (50) years in lieu of workin
oin ihe str ee~s or said t<-Wnl.
All faxes assessed ai'd payabir unde
this Ordiirance shall be psid in tb
following named ki de or funds an.
no other: G..ld an..i siver coin, Uni
te-3 States enrrescr-and' national bani
AIll taxes herein~ assessed shall bi
"due an~d payable betwee~n the 15th day
of November insiant anzd the 1st da,
ro of January, 1900, and~ all taxes le
maining urpaid on the 1st day of Jan
~. nary, 1900, shel: be collected by die
. tress or otherwise now provided by
. law, togetber with afl les~al costs.
to Donein Conucil this tbe second day
of Novembecr, Anno~ Domini
. - one thousand eight buandred
[ L. s.] and nineris-nine, under the
corporate seal of the said
J AS. E. COAN,
JNo. J. NEIL, (.ki~k of Conzncil.
I- - ...? ector ay
I ch' on humnan curedl ini 30 minutes
by 'Woolfi d's Seiiitar L.'ior. Ti is
nevr fails. Sold by W. 1E. A iken,
drno-ribt Wildnsbnr, S. C.
FOR SALE BY
Central Time .t Jacksonville and Savannah.
Eas'.cr Time at Other Poit.
Schedule in Effect Janpary 17th. 1900.
NORTHBOUND. NO m
Lv. kovil, (Plaat Sys) 8 00a 46p
vnnaSo. By.) ... 121 0& 1411
" B.rnwel ............ 4 4 7
Backville................. 41 4
S r gfield............... 4 4 ..
" r . . . . . . . 455 ......
Ar. *olumbia.55 6006 9
L.. Charleston7.(So. 7y) 70*1100p 5
S.inmerville ..... 7 200t 5
" Bianchville........ 8'5 1'55& 725p
" Orangeburg.............. 923a 250a 7 &V
Kingv1e*:............ 1015a 480 845P
Ar. Columbia ......... 11 001 6 .9809
Ly. Augusta,(Sl. Ey.) . 8 90..
Graniteville ..........8 1015).
Aiken ..................... 8 * ... .....
Trenton................... 4 p . OOP.
Johnston................. 41 p j 20 ....
Ar. Columbi (. n D t)
Lv. Colum ha(Lsndiig~ 61MOP 615.
Winnsboro............... 7 721
Chestr. .............:7: 8
=ok .ill............ 8 84.7A
Ar. Charlotte ................ 19 9 40
4r.Danvile................125 1 4 "b
At. Richmond ...........:... 6 ..
At. Washington ............... 8a
Baltimore, Pa. B. 3.).. 912a 112a
Philade I ............ 1856 I
" NewYor ........... 2 08P 1V.
Lv. Columbia ......... 1140 .-..
Ar- Sprtanburg........81il0 ...
" e ........ ...... .7 28 ...
Ar. Kn~l...g.. . 2p...
Ar. Cincinn'ati....;.. 7b309 7 45a.. .
. SOUTHBOUN. N Sa.6 i
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A I"Aseill.............6.0S6 I ..
"BSltanbr............ - ..
Lv. Washington,(So. By.).... 9 1;L 6~S
Lt. Richion:1............ I.0 a
L.Da. 1...........i. 88
" ChRotil............. 901
"r Gianve.............. 2 ....
" Azistav........2 ..
" eyll..... ..~.'''
" Sfonmeine......... 4
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wi an nrees.rl B . RIE
Chas. M. S.Ceff
gSATVI .RE C.MDas.
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perm odn vaPeiyon, Wlnugt ogs of
Sother ceaerdwod CTo., PIAN oS
st, rton comm C-d, 2..
Tr-rfoe ewo't.rdn o
Charlotte, N. C., established
Reie Biiaieu Collicg
Rome, Ga., established i I
now under one management, -0
exceptional advantages to aa
dlesititig a thoroughly practical.b.
i e education in the shortest
Te wide range cf territory
by our employment agency ArbW
exceptional chances for securing:."
liol.s We will guarantee you a
on if von take our guarantee en
The rooms in the schools arer
and convenient and well lighted.
Young men or young wO
enroll in either school any weekday
during the x ear.
If I a are a stenographer, boo.
keeper er teacher and desire a p
tion; wriie the Piedmont A
Charlotte, N. C. If you are *60
stenographer or book-keeper, spend-r
few months in one ef those schoos
and get 1 ontself in shape for earsing
Should ypa dcsire to be an expet
interest, stocks, trade discountv etAl
send 25 cents in stamps or silvere
get our Pocket Calculator-ist
For circulars and further in
tion. address, -
D, M. MeIVE
q di gs8tio
JUST ARRIVE D
FOR SA L.
. NICE LOT OF' HORSES AND
MULES, a few good Mlarea, a BAe
Coti.-ation Horse. and a few
Piug Horses. M y males
are finer than Ihave -
- I will sell the above stock ch.-ap 1cdr
c:ahi, or on. time for g.ood baadabtoe;
.I will. pay the h~ighes: cash price f- r aU
elasses ort cslle, fat r ep,,- r
1 have a. few nice RUNGlE% T. at
-wih se I cheap TIr eiah.
I have employed Mr. Ar'hm Owens
for the present ' ear. Hie wi I be glad
to haye his i' tend'. eil on him and do"
some bu~iz iue..
Winnsb.,ro, 8. Q,
Digests what you eat
Nature In strengthenig and reas. d
structing the 4xhausted dietv
gans. Itis the latetst a d~b~
:z.and tonic. NTo oeh
can approach t ineX
utantly relieves and permanedywrs
~pepia, Indigestion, Her4e,
tuecSour Stomach, Hmm
all otherresultsof im eretjim,
Preiered by E C. Deitt &Co..~us
MOXasTER Co. --