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TiAMS, IN AIDT
- Sic Mo'ths. - - i,0
ThurSay, April 5. - - 19O0
GABBING MaT TRASU10.
Fr qeaven's sake w il he drain on
the trea-ur- for the war for goathera
Izdep;nde2ce cever .-t,pl It would
seem hat the Nor,n ought to be satis
ted ,ith the tribttet already laid,
bt a Liew scheme iar been inangn
rated. Pennsylvania ha come in on
a new li ae. Gen. Stewart made a few
dashig raids thr.mgt Per.sylvania
andGon. Lie eariid hit aro.i into
the -_%te, and the Pennsylvatians
wee io badly scared that they are now
putting in big clAims against the United
State The claims are based upon
Sectio- 4 of Article IV of the Jederal
constilation, which is as follows:
"The United States shall guarautee
every state in the Union a repat-lican
form of government and shall protect
-eachiO, hem against invasien; and on
application of the legislature, or of
the excutive (when the legislature
cannut be convened) against domestic
violence." It is argued from this that
the Utited States made a contract or
conpa.t with each State to protect
e-cb f them from Invasion, and that
the c:npact was violated wben the
Confederate forces invaded Penrsyl
vania. The case of the Pacific Rail
roadv the United lSates is relied on.
This c.ae Iecides that the Confedarate
forces going on the soil of PennsylTAnia
or Maryland was an invasion, but as
pointcd out in the deba!e in Congress
the same ease holds that the. Govern
ment iP not liable for the destraction
of propsrty. The Coart is ys: "United
States are not responsible for injury
or desraction of private property
ased by military operations during
the lat. civil war. The war whether etn
sdered with reference to the number
of trot-ps in the field the extent of
military operations, and the number
and character of the engagements, at
tained proportions unequaled is the
history of the present century. Mere
than a million of men were in the
armies on each side. The injury and
destruction which followed necessarily
from hise causes no compensation
could be claimed from the Government.
By the well-settled dostris of pub
syt ade by
who has -rge r the matter fo:r
Penas0 tania that s astn as the State
could re.tse regiments to defend herself,
Presidant Lincoln would be.ome an.
easy ab ait the capital anud withdraw
theotroip3 to Washincton to protect
that ci .
-The bill did not sem to take favora
bly wi-o Congress, and it ought not.
The op assents made 1he obse'-vation
that if Penusylvani. * as paid, 'hec
Ohio, Kentucky and other sta;es
would -e entitled to par, and that two
thousa:id million dollars would be
necessa:v to satisfy ail such claims..
It is no surprising that tnte numter of
penslorsars in the Spaiuish-American'
war Is no mueb greater in the North
ern Stass than in the San'bern. The
spirit is cultivated then that a maai is
entitlcd to be paid for like exercise ofj
his patriotic duty, and just such things
as this !Pennsylvania aff.air is what ha.
educate'i the Northern:p'e"ple to believ'.
that the Goveinment owes them some
thing whenever. they do their pat riotic
duty. South Carolia is more entitled
to eominensation for G --oral Sher
man's wholesale destructi'. elf proDer
tyi in 'iolation of the ra -s of civi
limed warfare, than Pennsylvania is ?0
the claim she is now masking.
Tam r4lmber of letters that we as
pablished and other informatin re.
ceived shows that the scientiks world
is very much interested in the eclipse
-on -the 29th of Mar. From the letter
from th4 University .of Virgia to
Postmase.r Rion, it appe'rs that our
hills ought to be of great advantage I
The couwnittee is hard at work, and
the outl ot is encouraging.
Poon Dewey. Hii head has been
.taud. Execuiting orders s a naval
offier i- quite difer-etfrom filling
the ofRect of Preside;j, and Ad mirD
Dewey -.- 'ad soon Imid ont bis mis
take. T e truth is that few great
mHlitary -r naval heroes have beeu
successe. as statesmen The eduea
tion of a soldier or stiior does not I.
him for atesmanship.
JUDGE RtENET m-kcz4 It kit.rd o-. bi
eyele th .Ves. He .eecd a negro si
to five y ..-s on Ihe chain n of I;eb
land con -ty for stra'Ing 1wo Micy-es. ~
It abould~ deter othert. SI
Wz we 'dd prefer Dawe te McK~i*
* ey. Th- former at frast has a mar.
. salvin Zimmerman, Milesburg I
?, says. "Ae' a speedy' cure for
cng a. ds, eroup and sore. throat
On inte-Cough 'Gute is unequaled.
~tis lesAi sfor. obildren to taike. I'
b Ifl r'sommend it to mo'~thers " It
as the erre harmless- erumedy thpt pr:o
due@i 'im. mediate rrou:. Ir <.nr
~throat aiu nae disaw.m. i3 mi pre' '
TRE S"T SYSTEm.
In nearly all matters where impor
tant interests are involved, special
training and skill are demanded. This
Is tree in the treatment of diseases,
even the ailmen's of brutes. Bat
when it comes to the trial of cases in
court, where the most Important inter
ets are involved, a family's living, it
may be, a man's liberty, or perhaps
his life; or where all society is eon
berned in the preservation of good
order, properLy, and life, then any one
vho can vote is regarded codapetent
to sit on the case. In this our jary
system Is very, very weak. Quite
Intelligent men, who have no training
in such matters, no matter how honest,
are often bewildered in the conflict of
testimony and confusion of evidence,
and the verdict is little more than a
game of chance. Indeed we have
tward intelligent men say, in regard to
important cases, that they would have
res willing t0 draw straws for a ver
What confidence then can we havo
that a true verdict mill be reached
when the jury is somposed partly, it
mav be chitfir, of men of ordinary
intelligence and little or no adacation?
A great deal of ;entiment is In
daiged in about trial 1y a jury of one's
peers, but thera is a great deal of dis
.ppoiitnent snd disgust at the results
of its practicai wockings.
If we wished to secure justise, we
steuld far rather submit a case to a
tribunal of juidges, learnzd in law and
lrained in sifting evidence; with a
reputatioa for learning, discriina
tion, -nd uprightness to maintai;
sested for their potition by some
faional syiem, and amenable to so
1eiey for the manner in which they
diseharge their (aties.-Chester Lan
For Over FIfty Years.
MRs. % IrSLOW'S S0OTHMO Syaul
kas been used for over fifty years b I
milli.ns of mothers for their children
whie teething, with perfect succes.
It soothes lho- child, sottens the auzs,
allnys al pain, cures wind colic, and
is tWe be;t remedy for diarrhoea It
will relieve the poor little sufferer
immediatel). Sold by drtggists ii,
every part of the world. Twenty five
cents a betile. Ba sure and ask for
"Mrs. WiLIslew's Soothing Syrup,"
and take n.o other kmd. 1.1-17
A man i Greenville county has been
indicted and bound over to court for
cajing a dispensary constable. We
are curioas to know what the courtA
will do with anch an of&nee. We
Zelieve' there is a special law which
requires under penalty that dispenstry
constables shall be addrissed in terms
of Courfe*y and respect. Now we do
ant believe in cursing anybody nor In
a i body's cursing. But if there is a
man in the county who can never
be broken from the habit, we should
think that he could hardly Rnd a more :
%ppropriate object on which to expend I
;s sur lns stock of irreverance and
profanity than a dispensary constable.I
[t is too bad for the law to allow horses g
and dogs. congressmen. governors and i
thz president of the United States to p
bt cursed with impunity while a dis
pensary constable is allowed to enjoy
an immunify. Isn't there something
'a' of joint somewhee?-Gaffney
1-asans Lemoea Tonio
F'.r ,ilion.ne , .a'ation a
.For indigestion, sick anTervous
For sleeplessness, nervousness an'd
For fever, c,hills, debility and kidney
li.w:a-eC, take Lemon Elixix. -
Ladies, for niatural and. thorough I.
o'-.nic regulation, take Lemon Ejixir.
Dr Mozley eonEii is pre
-':ndwith other veget.ble liver*
to.-.w and w it not fail you in any oX
ant above named diseases. 60c and
I1 00 bottles at alt druggists.
Prepu~ed bay Dr. H. Mozley, Atlan ta,;
.At the capitoL.'
I a. inv y eventy-third year, atd
fo- ffiv v'rs I have b>een a great
.ulerer fromz indigeltion, constipation
a.%d ' illoustiess. I have tried all taue
emedies advertised for these diseases,
and got no pannanent relief. About
>ue year ago, the disease assumin;e a
iore severe uid dangerou-3 form, II
iecame very -,eak, and lost flesh rap
dy. I uommenced using Dr. Mezley's.
emor. Elixir. I gained twelve poundst
a three months. My strength and
ealth, my appetite and my indigestin
were perfectly restored, and new I
eel as young and as vigorous as I
seer did iii my life. L..T. ALLDRED, -
)#orkeepor Ga. State Senate,
4s;te Capitol. Atlanta, Ga.
XezIers Leinoa EnIxir I
s ;ie very bei, medicine I ever used
~or the diseases you recommend it for,
nd I have us'ed many kinds for wo
Mn. 8. A. GREsNAX,
~aem, N. C.
Cures all Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness,
lre Throat, Bronchitis, Hemorrhage,
eud all throat and lung diseases, le
ant, reliable. 2is at druggists. Pre
ared only by Dr. H. Mozley, Atlanta, ()
)yspepsia Cure F
Digests what you eat. ~
tartificially digests thefood and aids
ature in strengthening and recon-,
ructing the exhausted digestive or-7
tns. Itisthelatestdiscovered diges-'
it and tonic. Nqo other preparation
n approach it in efficiency. Ib in
~antly relieves and permanently cures
yspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, I
latulence, Sour Stomach, INausea, I
ck Headache,Gastralgia,Cramps and F
1 otherresults of imperfect digestion.
repared by E. C. DeWITT a CO.. Chicago.
ing4i0, 4a. *sniuSDS I
,..,,sji:ttiII.. ..................fi'',.i7 -:
NOT NARC OTIC.
AperfectRemedy for Constipa
tion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea,
ness andLOSS OF SLEEP
TacSimle Signature of
EXAC COPY O WRAPPE-4.
I hereby announce myzelf a candi
ate for the office of Sheriff for Fair.
eld County, and will abidv by ther.
ction of the Democratic priwries.
JAS. W. BOL'iK.
I hereby announce myself as a caudi- I -
dte for Clerk of Court, subjec. t - the
:Aion of the Democratic primaries.
JNO. R. C.AI(*. 1
I h.,reby announce myself a indidate
r the office of Clerk of Court for Fair
Dld County, subject to the action of the
emocratic pr.maries. V,
R. V. DE AY .II
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
r Cierk of Court for Fairfield County,
bject to the action of the Democrat.ioJ
imary. .JAS. A. BR TCE.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
r the office of County Supertisor for
irfield Corn, subject to the action ofL
e Demoerat'c primaries. D OD
[ hereby anno e u If a candidate
jeet to the actio o e em
riOBT. Y. JLOWNEY.
announce myself a candidate -
ce of Supervisor of Fairfield I
oubject to the action of the Dem
rines. J. B. RUR LEY.
d we wille*
L W. DOTY &: CO. .
F COD-LIVER OIL WLTH ~
ould always be kept in I
the house for' the fol- I 1
RST-Because, if any member
of the family has a hard cold. it
will cure it.I
ECON- Because. if the chil
dren are delicate and sickly, . will
make them strong and well.
FJRB-Bezause, if the fathor or
mother is losing flesh and becomr
ing thin and emaciated, it will build Bi
them up and give them flesh anid
3R TH - Because it is e I"s
stnard r'rn:d; in all throat and of
!U.mg afiections. g
No household should be without it. by
can b,e taken in summer as well d
scoT IBO\V'E, Ccnei.is~ ew York. h
c ou human cured in..0: inates Ig
Wool ford's Sanitary Lot oin~tis ed
er fails. Sold by Wr p3Nkn ma
on the jurn
YOUR - 5PRIN(
wvith a hand,
BLACK AND COLO.F
-- am showing a great mail
iow in stock and ready for your inspection. I
iques, in white and colored, Dimitys, Dotted
A7hite Corderoys, Organdies, in white and colo
3lack and Colored Lawns, Madras Cloth, Cove
oulards, Corded Batiste, Malvern .Cloth, Verst
ngs, Brown and Bleached Linens, Sateens. La
White Dimitys. Also something handsome fo:
Ladies, don't fail to see my line of Emb
>roideries, Allover Laces, Tuckings and Pul
Here I have a lasting Spring remedy to
man men, for boys and ehildren; and Trousers
rient beats all former records. Gem >f-rt-on
uwant a suit, just
All *kinds and colors,isizes and styles
~bound. All the'newlideasiawait you, and pri
For big, little, old and young. I can tru
*f Shoes in Winnsboro as I have. A sareful il
Neckwear, White and Colored Shirts-s
veils. Biggest hit I ever made on Ladies' Nec
Trunks, Valises, Carpets. Rugs, Mattings
oor Mats, Table Linen,, Silkoline Drapery, &<
loe laavo I dtsplage~d
YOUR S FOR ESIZ,
Q. D. WIL
2Th.,~ a~r a~: :z: dB.,
T'..C.'#TAUR COMPANY. NW YOfRI CrTy.
ntral Time at Jacksonvle and Savannah. (
Eastern Time at Other Poiats.
Schedule in Effect February 2 J2, 194.
NoR'THoUNtD. ~ N.~e8
ov. Jacksonvile (P. 8) ...... Dl 12
y . 12 470 p
ar SI 11..... ....... ..:....4 4 7
......... . . 4 4
r. ........ .... 600a 935
v.un~ 1 .) *y ......
Balthmore (Pa.R) 9
Ne oi-k .'
v. lumb.ia...... . 1 4t
"A.sheville............. 70 2
v.aCinciai........ ......fd5Ea8099 p.
$'New York(Pa.hR) .... a 12
*Philadelphia.... p...0 .
'Baltimore...... ...82 6
v Wah'h'(Ry) ... 5
v. banville....... ... 3,58 fB
V. Charlotte............8 815aIi' TA
Rock Hill ............. 902a104 5aCOr
Chester ............... 935a1122 627a
Winnsboro............ 1024, I32 6'06a
v. Columnbia,(U. D.). ..1130a 480i..
Johlistou........O1 &p 1SS 682a..
Trenton.........O10p 145 6 48a .....
r. Aiken .......... ...... 22 780a ...
Graniteville.....l200Dt 215 .7 ISa.....
' Augusta........*100a 250 800a.
v. CJolumbia(So. By)-.... 1,' 7108t
' KingviI1e.............. 44 2 i aL
Orangeburg...........533 345 8 la
Branchville........ 61 42"' 920a
Su-nmerville......p..-... 7 5 1
r. Cia"leston.........,.. 8 7 00a111
v. Colu.mbia(So, Ry.).~~~~ iii2ET6a M
Sally ............ 2 237a ....
Spr'ngfield...........1120 2 45a..
B.akvil'0....... .... 112 305a 832a
rnXwof1....... ... p 320 8 494
r.Jacksonvflle(P.S.)... 7~ 92a25
Trams 48 and 44 (mixed xcpt Suday)6p
-rive and depart from H1amburg.
Sleepinig Car Servico.
Excefllent daily aseger service between
Nos 3 n3-ew ork ar.d Florida Lim
id. Daily eZcept Sunday, cc:n sed exolu-'
eyof Pnllan finest Drawing 1om Sleep
g,Cop otmnt and Observatory Cai's, be- 1S
reen ewYork, Columbia and St. Augut ,e
Nfos. 38 and 34-New York and F1oldE
-ess. -Drawing-room sleeping cars etse
ugusta and New York.
Pullman drawing-room sleeping cars be
reen Port Tampa, Jacksonville, Savannah,
'ashington and New r'k.
Punlmn sleeping cars et'ween Charlotte andI
[chmond. Dining car's between Charlotte
twos. 35 and 36-U. S. Fast Mail. Through
mUian dr~awing-roomi baget sleeping carsbe
teen Jacksonvile and N'~ew York and Pull'
an siy :cars between Augusta and Char.
tte.D[ig cars serve all meals enroute.
sllmon sleeping cars between Jack4onville
d Columbia. enroute daily between Jackson
Lie and Cincinnati, via Asheville.
LANK 8. GANNON, J. M.CGULP,
l'ifrdV-P.& Gen. Mgr., TrafficM -.
ashington, D. C. Washingto, ."C.
. A.TUILtK S. H.HARDWC
len. Pass, 4g4. As't Gen. Pass. gt I
Washin W O . AstS~
The esct Remedy for Rheumatism.
QUCK RELIEF FRO2M I'AIN
A.ll who use Chamberlain's Pain
,Im for rheumatism are delighted
ah the quzick reiier from pain which
iffords. When speaking of 'his Mr.Ij
N. Smzke, of Troy, Ohio, says:'
0o3e time s.go I had a severe attack
rheunat im in my arm and shaul
r. I tried numerous remedies but
i no relief until I was recommended
Mes8rs. Geo. F. Parsons & Co.,
Iggis's of this place. to try Cham-.
-lain's Pain Ba:m. They recomn
*nded it so bighly that I bonght a
tile. I was soon reliered of all pain.
~ave since recommended this lini
nt to many of my frienda, who
-ce with me thit it is t be best rem
fur mu:enlar rheumatism in the
rket." For t a!e by MlcMaster Co,,
p to catch
;ome line of
?ED DRESS GOODS
Y new tbings in tbis fne.
ercales, Figured and Solid Colored Duck,
irians, in white and colored, Colored and
red, Blaek and White Silk Mulls, White,
rt Cloth, Chamb-oys, French Ginghams, Silk
.illes Stripes, Fancy Crash, Galiteer Shirt
ce Striped Lawns,Checked Nainsooks, and
roideries; Laces, Spangle Net; Allover Em.
fings. The grandest line ever graced my
apply to the body. Clothing for fat men or
to fit anybo:ly. You will find this depart.
every counter. Every table filledwi
Here the essence of the best manufacturers
es are just as popular as the goods.
:hfully'say, you.have never seen such a stok
ispection cannot fail to convince you of tilis
.n ocean of styles that wvill agitat the tony
kwear. New ideas in .Stanmped Linens.
Window Shades, Curtain Poles, Hassocks1
so raang d. r~V1