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Saturday. September 29, 1900
News and Courer.
Senator Beveridge's speech at the
Republican mais meeting in Ob-ago,
Wednesday night, is of the same
quality as the one he delivered in the
senate on the sama general subject a
few months ago- 200,000 copies of
which were printed for di-tribution
and then burned by order of ibe Re.
publican campaign committee-and
this is enough, perhaps, to say of it as
a whole. The eminent gentleman con
trived, hovrever, to put some interest
into one part of it.
"If the opposition," he said, "de
clare that we ought to set up a separate
government over the Philippines, be
cause we are setting up a separate
goverament over Cuba, I answer that
such an error in Cuba does not justify
the same error In the Philippines. I
say that for the good of Cuba more
even than for the good of the United
States a separate government over
Cuba, uncontrolled by the American
Republic, never should have been per
And again: "The resolutiou bastily
passed by all parties in Congress, at
an excited hour," declaring that the
people of Cuba are, and of right ought
to be, free and independent, "was an
error, which years of time, propinquity
of location, common commerce, ma
terial interests and similar dangers
surely will correct." "The President
considers that resolution a promise.
And so the unnatural experiment is to
be tried. What war and nature-aye,
what God hath joined together is to be
put asunder." "I say that it will be
an evil day for Cuba when the Stare
and) Stripes come down from Morro
The distinguished orator was care
- nl to say that in expressing these
views he spoke for himself alone, but
it is to be remembered that he is not a
private citizen, and did not speak as
one 'He spoke as a United States
Senator, representing the party in con.
trol of the government, to a mass
meeting of the party in the seco'nd
largest city in the country.. Had he
spoken as a private citizen his speech
would not have been worth noticing;
it certainly would not have been tele
graphed all over the country; and it
to equally certain that it would not
have been delivered in the same place
and presence. [t is of interest, or the
part we have quoted is of interest,
only because of the position of the
e. r, which affords the assurance
t he did not speak for himself
alone, but was reflecting (lie senti
m'ents of other leaders of his party in
what said.
s 'nba has been a
block the way of the
eve ir PhilIp
pine policy was a opted. of them
ha;ve carefully avoided disenesifiytt4t
pulie. None of them has tried i
any place, to explain why the Philip
pines, and Porto Rico, should be sub
jugated and annexed as an incident o
a arfor the liberation of anothei
colony of the same power; why Cube
should be Independent "of rig'ht,'
and its sister islands should not be so.
Senator Beveridge alone troets the
diman~eity frankly and sqnarely. The
noble declaration of American prin.
ciples by the Smerican Congress, re
Iterating the words of the founders oj
the Republic, and applying them tc
other straggling Arneric ans for out
own time, was "paw~ I at an excited
hour," and wsa in0 error," which it
+ to be "corrected" te.-'d er on some
convenient pretent or oth.r- "propin
Fquity of location, common commerce,
material interests," or any thing of thai
kind. We ought not to set n. a sepa
rate governiment in the Pnihippinest
becanse we ough. not to have Met up,
or ipromised to set a'p a separate
government in Cuba. We can correci
our error as to Cuba in time. We
must avoid committing it in the case
of the Philippines. What "war and
nature bath joined together" under a
Republican administration, though sep
arated by the sea, or the g' he, is not to
be put asunder by tue opp i-mt, br,
cause the hand of Provide. --i, in it
all," and because. finally zand suffi
ciently, "all men who understand
production and exchange understand
the commercial id va-itages resulting
from our ownership of them, the
richest possessions triat ever belonged
to any nation."
We may exense the rest of the speech
for th3 sake of this part of it. It is
the most honest deliver inca on the
question to which it relates that the
country has had so far from any Re
publicto autharity.
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible Burn,
Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve, the best in the world, will
kill the pain and promptly heal it.
Cures Old Sores, 1iever Sores, Ulcers,
Boils, Felons, Corns, all Skin Erup
tions. Best Pile cure on earth. Only
25 ets. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold
.~--7Mc Master Co., druggists.
G'reeneiuie New.*
President McKinley has shown a
decided appreciation of the superb
qaalificat ions of college men in politi
cal affairs. On the commission t bat he
sent to the Philippines last year to in
vestigate and report upon the candi
tion of affairs in those islands were
President Schurman, of Cornell Uni
ver.ity, and Prof. Dean Worcester
of Yale, we think. President Seth
Low, of Columbia University, is to be
offered one ot the places on the com
mnission to negotiate peace with China.
President Eliot, of Harvard, is spoken
of for ambassador to Italy, and will
probably be offered the position.
* It has not been many years since a
popular impression prevailed that col
lege-bred men and college professors
were impractical, that they knew noth
ing outside of their studies and recita
tion-rooms. It was always a mistake.
It is a greater mistake now than it
ever was before,- for the reason that
eollege-bred men are taking more in
It was always t rue that college ed
cation was a help to any man. It
could not make a Solomon of a dance,
but it could and did make a wise man
wi-ar. There are many wise men
sound thinkers and judicious actors
who have never been inside a college;
but they would be much wiser if they
had had that advantage,
Numabcrs of pesky little politicians
can be found who sincerely think, or
tink they think, that they know in
finitely more about government and
"practical life" generallyAhan the most
distinguished presidents of the best
collegea in the country; and more than
any college graduate who fools his
time away with books and magazines
and other "literary track." But the
world has come to know that the
thinking man is the wise man; that
questions of government are grasped
and handled with far more skill by
men of trained intellects that by pot
house politicians; and, speaking gene
rally, that the man who studies and
thinks is more capable of expressing a
safe and sensible opinion on matters
of public interest than one whose
thinking never goes beyond the point
of studying how to catch the popular
breeze and utilizing popular prejudice
for the purpose of his own political
Lest we might be misunderstood,
we say again that a college education
is not necessary to correct views or to
a high order of mental development
only this, that all other things being
equal-natural endowments. correct
principles, etc.-the college-trained
man is better equipped for serving his
country and his generation than one
not so trained.
A Night of Terror.
"Awful .anxiety was felt for the
widow of the brave General Burnham,
of Machins, Me., when the doctors
said she could not live till morning,"
writes Mrs. S. H. Lincoln, who attend
ed ner that fearful night. "All thought
she must soon die from Pneumonia.
but she begged for Dr. King's New
Discovery, saying it had more than
once saved her life. and had cured her
of Consumption. After three small
doses she slept easily all night, and its
further use completoly cured her."
This marvelous medicine is guaranteed
to cure all Throat, Chest and Lung
Diseases. Otly 50c. and $1.00. Trial
bottles free at McMaster Co.'s drug
To the National Convention of the.
Christian Church, which meets at Kan
sas City, Mo., October 12-19, the
Southern Railway will sell round trip
tickets from all points on its lines at
the rate of one first--:lass fare for the
round trip, plus $4 00 Tickets will
be sold Octoner 8th, 9th and 10th,
with fiia return limit to October
23rd, inclusive. Persons at non-coupon
stations should notify ticket agent
ceneral davs in advance of their con
tf nplated departure, in order that he
may supply himself with proper form
of tickets.
Also round trip tickets to the Annual
Convention, National Baptist Associa
tion, at Richmond, Va., September
12th-20th, at the rate of one first-class
fare, from all points on its lines, ex
'ept from Washineton, D. C., and
Alexandria, Va. Tickets will be sold
September 10th, 11th and 12th, with
final limit September 22nd, inclusive.
To the annual convention of the
Colored Odd Fellows, Louisville1 Ky.,
October 2-7. round trip tickets will be
sold from all stations on the Southern
Rilwav. Tickets to be sold Septem
be 30th, and October 1st, with
final h i ber 9th. Persons at
Snon-coupon static notity
ticket agent several days in va,
of their contemplated departure so
that he moy supply himself with
proper form of tickets.
The Mississippi Valey Medical As
sociation meets at Ashville, N. C.,
October 9th-11th. The Southern Rail
way will sell round trip tickets from
all stations on its lines October 6th to
9th, inclusive, with final limit Oato
ber 15th.
For further informatlon call on or
write any agent of the Southern Rail
way or its connections.
Casket which Contains the Remains wan
Washed Ashore.
Rwchmond, Va., Correspondentce in New
Orleans Tines-.Democrat.
It was-not known until very recently
that Gen. Robert E. Lee, the great
Southern commander, was buried at
Lexington in a coffin that was washed
to than place by the great flood of
1870 Col. Craighill, who knew Gen.
Lee well, and who is one of the most
promiinent engineers in this country,
gives this statcment of this heretofore
but Ii tie known subject:
"A curious scrap of history has
rec-ntly come .to my know'edge in
connecrion with the burial of Gen.
Robert E. L e. Ger. L'ee died O.:to
ber 12, 1870. A fe w days before his
death the great flood of that year ia
James River hod swept ev. rything
before it, ,and Lexington was cut off
focmnnnication with the outside
wr.Itwas found that there wa'
not a coffin in' the town suitaible for
t1e ccasioni. In th'is dilemma some
one found a box which hai floated
down the tiver and ,granded Upon
opening it a beautiful casket was fourd
in the box, and in this the body <-I thbe
great commander was buried. Should
anybody be disposed to doubt these
facts I am prepared to verify them
Dyspepsia Cure
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It artificially digests the food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. Itis the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache,Gastralgia,Cramps and
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Price 50c. and $1. Large size contains sg4 times
smalisize. Bookallaboutdyspepsiamtalled free
Prepared by E. C. DeWITT a CO.. Chicago.
McMASTER (CO.: Winnsboro. S C.
kN ~ cured, . homne with
UI iOut pa'" u. Iok of par
B,4. OL..Y. M.D.
-% \ - . -
The KiI Yu -i - x
in use for o: -: .
All Couniterfeits, In
Experiments thzat i r - :1
Infants and c.ar. '.
What is
Castoria is a harmless s.b:sti
goric, Drops and soothing S.
contains neither Opium, Mor
substance. Its age is its guar
and allays Feverisimess.. It
Colic. It relieves Teething TI
and Flattulency. It assimilat
Stomach and Bowels, giving
The Children's Panaceai-The
Bears the S
The KInd You lIv
In Use For Ov
Pagific Fire Insurance Company of
.Aen Fall Insurance Company or
o k.
ester German insurauce Com
piny of Rochester, N. Y.
Solicits share of public patronage.
For Sale.
and Red Ru't-Proof Oats.
9.13 1m Mitford, S. C.
Recently added a new
depari ment to our line of "Hardware,"
which consists of
as well a
and a number of novelties along this
The at tention of the ladies especially
is invited to this department, which is.
in charge of Miss Laura Gerig.
Come early and make your selection.
When you are passing our
way and see our new ar
rival .f
Fresh Candy,
just arrived from the factory.
I1unnally' Canbt
means that it is fresh and nice.
You will fin:J it in any size
package to suit you. Don't]
fail to call and see it.
Don't forget the name,
J. H. McMaster
& Co.,
I have a nice selection just
opened for inspection from whieh A
to select your Christmas Pres'ents,
consisting of
Also, nice presents in Chinab
ind Rogers & Bros'. Celebrated d
Plated Wares. as cheap and r'elia- h
ile as they can be bought any- n
Call soon and make your selec- ~
IVI M. C-h andlerI .
S CS Constipation
eteFo, re( gulates the
healthy and natural dee,
iriizare of
o Always Bought
cr 30 Years.
411 STACC-r. New Vena. CTY.
has Lrought permanent relief to a mii
lion sufferi'g womno who vyere on their
waytopremature graves. Mrs. Mitchell
wa fastdeclining in health, wheu Wine
of.Cardui performed a'"wonderful cure"
in her case. She auferod with the ago
nies of falling of the v.omb, leucc.rrhc.
and profuse menstruation. Tho weekly
ap ace of the mensesfor two months
sajdher vitality uintil she was a phys
ica wreck. Her ner':ous systen: gave
way. Then came the trial of Wine of
Cardui and the cure. Mrs. Mitchell's
experience ought to commend Wine of
Cardul to suffering women in words of
burning eloquene.
Swtn he :of all. Wos a who
f.a $1 botil~of .r
nt take a bubstitu * et70.
Mrs. Wyillie Mitceol, eou .e-C
"Wine of Cardisi and -s Bck
1?ugbhave rfor toy cur
with falling of the Vr ueorrbanl
and my menses wekfr two
ued me Wine of Cardul
-and Black-Draught~. w the leucor
-rha has disappeared, a .yn restored t -
perfect health."
- psoma. "rne 1.adler A4
- e Depatmn" The
Bet Thin
ct fat; get nice and plump
:here is safety in plumpness.
Summer has tried youJ
ood-works; winter is comino
:o try vour breath-mill. Fal]
s the ilme to brace yourself
But weather is tricky; lool;
>ut ! Look out for colds espec.
Scott's Emulsion of Cod
Liver Oil is the subtlest of
ielps. It is food, the easiest
ood in the world: it is more
'han food , it helps you digest
our fo,.d, :.nd get n :ore nutri
nent frc m it.
Don'L t thin, there is
afety i lumpness. Man
vom4ar :-. ...i. ild
If ai 2. .. 9. idfor free e-rmpte
3 -.aa T.pria: you.
ty S. R2. JOHNSTON, Esq., Judge Probate
HEREAS, R?. H. Jeiingp, Clerk
~'of Courr, hath made suit to me
>grant him letiers osf administra
on, with Will anniex-d, of the estate
deflects of Mrs. ' hira J. Stewart,
These are' 'her of re 10 cite and ad
tonish all andt i ;gn!ar thes kindred and
reditors of av said Clara J
tewart, deceased, thamt they be and aup
ear before me, in the Court of Prio
te, to be held at Fairtield Cout
[ose, South Carolina, on th~e 26th
iy of October next, after publicu dion
ereof, at 11 o'clock in bhie tore
son, to show cause, if any they have,
by the said Administration should
>t be granted.
Given under my hand this l'7th day
September, Anno Domini 1900.
9i 19-td .Tnd-re of Probhte.
Ontral Time at Jacksonville and Savannah.
Eastern Time at Other Points.
Schedulo in Effect June 10th, 1900.
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LV. Jacksonville dP . I 00a
Savannah (So. Ry )............ 1220 20a
Barnwell ................ 4 413a
Blackvile .... .......... 4211 28a
Springfield ....... * ...... . 44P 512
Sally ...................... . . - 4
K. Columbia ...6
. Char eston, (So. Ry. -..
S m rVille ............ ...... 741a
Branch. 855a I&a
"~ mQ Ora g........---..... 23 2. 0
Or ngebu.g .............. ...... 10 25 0
Kingville'..... 101' 438
Ar. Cclumbia .. ...... 1100a 555a
Lv. Augusta, (So. MEy. . ...*-00a? p
L'T.Grapitgville ........ .. 2 45a P E10i5
IA Edgeffold ......... ..-..-. ---- .
Lv. Aiken ................ .. 315p ......
Vv 'renton .................. 5 00: I3 5 5
" Johnston........ ....... 52ua 41 1120p
Ar. Columbia, (U. D........... 5 210.
Lv. Columbia, (Bldg St.... .. 930 620
" Winnsboro...... .... 725a
" Chester ......... ...... 751P 118a
Rock Hill . .............. . 23 55a
A . Charlotto ................ ..... 91 45a &
.f .avil ...... .... -5
r kichond .. b--.. T
At(P.R. ..... .... 8612
'4 . ..... ...... 1187
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-Livtes tho famonusd itl verills fr5c.
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Tablets, Note Books, Le
gal-Cap, Foolscap and
Bill-Cap, Letter Paper,
Note Paper, Box Paper,
Envelopes, Pens, Pencils,
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Kidney Trouble Makes You viserabe.
Aimoct everybody who reads the new::
papers is sure to know of the wonc~derful
- .cures made by Dr.
SKilmer's Swamrp-Rcci,
the great kidnecy, liver
) and bladder remedy.
cltriumph of the nine
fteenth century: dz-i
covered after year: of
scientific research by
-- -nent kidney and blad
der specialist, an d is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec
ommended for everything but if you have kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
just the remedy you need. It has been tested
in so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
chase relief and has proved so successful in
evry case that a special arrangeme.nt hs
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a bock
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous ~
offer in this paper and
send your address to
Dr. Kilmer &Co.,Bing
hamton, N. Y. The
regular fifty cent and Homer ofswamp-Roe.
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
0ii 8 il
Chrlotoe C ueril Collee,
harlotte, N. C., establis hed in 1891
ROMe BDiess Collep,
Rome, Ga., established in 1886,
ow under one management, offers
xceptional advantages to any one
esiring a thoroughly practical busi
es education in the shortest possible
lie wide range of ter itory covered
I% vur employment agency affords
xe.-1:111al chances for securing pool
i.>Its We will guarantee you a podi
(in if %.in take our guarantee cenrse. A
I.e w.i s in the schools are large
ta conivenient and well lighted.
Y* -: ine., or young women may
turdl iin either school any week day
lurin a tic %ear.
If %ou are a stenographer, book
eeper - r teacher and desire a posi. W
ion, wti e the Piedmont Ageney,
ihar!otte, N. C. If you are nota
tenographer or book-keeper, spend a
ew months in one of these schools
Lnd get ',ourself in shape for earning
S?.ould ycu desire to be an expert In
ntere;t, stocks, trade discount, etc.,
end 25 cente in stamps or silver and
ret our Pocket Calculator-just what
jon need.
For circulars and further informs
ion. address,
" D, M. McIVER
I .p u ielK-E'lG N I - a
tor every cent expended bhoUld be the
)bject of every purchaser of
This object can be best attained
lealing here. The maximum of q
Ity at the minimum of cost is.our
nethod of pleasing. Oar stock can-.
ins only goods which have proved of
nerit, the so-called just as good" and
hesper articles beiug discarded.
A fall line of Canned Goods always,
>n hand. Also Pickles, Catsups, Ms.'
.ards, Sanses, kg,. Macaroni, Ubeese,
apioso, Gelaitne, Amour's and U$
L's Sugar-cured Hams fresh onbad
lso a good line ot New Orleansand
PortoRico Molasses.
-6 or.8
Young MulesI
yet unsold. Persons needing moles
should call and see them before buy
ing as I will sell them cheap for cash
or good paper; payable in the fail.
I also have a .few horss, among y
them t wo good Combination Horses.
Also a couple of GOOD MARES
suitable for brood mares-young an,
I will pay the highest cash price for a
classes, fat or .poor.
1 still have a few BUGGIES that I
-will sell cheap for cash.
A. Williford,
Winnsbero. 8. C.
Farmers, ***
.** Attention I
ei. s is now complete.
We cater specially for tiie farmners'
rade. We knoaw wh ihe 1k- e, d, and
re prepared tst-:ei y h ml -i.a *a a. lot.
'm prices.
We also carry a tiice. l1:i-- of shell
nd eve:ything nsily foannd ini a
eneral store.
trGoods delivered to our eit y I rade.
'ome and see us.
NV. R. RABB & Co
On Improved F'4rms wce bs first
tortgages. Interesi 8 per ceut. Cn
tims not less than $$00, 3 s' 8 .ears.
o efommissions. Em~ row&.e pay s ae
tal eruenses.
A. 3. & W. is. DOUGfLAS.
Winu-bow. %,6

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