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- -IRAL.UU
PUMWE TrBI- WEAKLY
- 'ANT HERALD COMPAM.
- Yar Year, - 53.00
Lc itaths. - - - 1.50
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Thursday, March 16. - - 1599
THOsM SPANISM PRISONERS.
When the United States Govern
meat sndertook to agree to release
the Spaaisb prisoners in the hands of
the Philipinos, the anti-expansionists
predikted,that it would likely give rise
- to some trouble. The prediction is
abou to become true, and lead to
some complication. This country has
agreed to release them. They are.not
prisdaers of :the Uni.ed States, but
prisoners of the rebels in the Phili
pine islands. - It was said at tl,e
time that the Philipinos mig ht ebi-ct.
NW. the trouble has com3. Gen.
-s: Rij,A Vhe Spanish commander in the
Pifipive4. has officially communiwted
with his Coverument saying that
3aj)r Gcn. Otis had practically ended
negotiotions for the r.lease of the
prisonerq. Gen. Rios says to hi
Gavernment. "I am t,ld that t1e
Philipinos are at Jwar with the Ameri
cans." Yes, we have teen tod co.
too, and that's the iischief of it. Tbe
prisoners cannot be bought trom the
rebels with money, becaue that vould
look .too much like recognizing rmeir
belligerent rights. B,-t the Spanish
General protests "in tbe name of
humanity," and '-be)iev:s tb time
hanarrivAt to apeal .tlrougr the con
sals to the good officers Af the Pow.rs."
Spain has "caught oa"l to the c:asa of
war "for humanity." I: :as been
found popular and convenient aid the
Powers will be :asked to take a band
in it fur humanity's sake. These same
islands will be the subject of scramble
among the nations before it is al!
"I' over, if we sball. persist, as seems
likely, in grabbing them. Poor Spain
can do nothing h3rseif. She can de
mand that the United 8:ates fulfill
their pledge, best she is powerless to
entorce the demand. Some other
nation dgLt make as shAow somer
spect, bowever, for the detnun.d..
* Cleariy this .evern:,ee/is under
a solemnuobfigiftion~to release those
sass prisoners, bat is it going to
,-~--.--~ do it whent they are in the hands of
an enemy?
* ~ GOExz is stronger than the Cuban
Assemblyr
* 90TTON A BY-PRODUCT.
.C7oltmba Becord.
- It.is estimated thet during the past
year over 4,000,000 tou' of cot:on seeds
were crushed, and that frem,i them
products valued at more .than 8120,
.--'~..-~ 060,00.9 were marketed. Only, a few
'- '''years ago the seed of the cotton plant
was praetically a waste product, and
often a source of annoyance, if not
actual expense to0 thi planter. Tbe
growth of the cotton oil industry has
been hardly short ol m-u velona. Last
sear there were shippeut tnarly 40,000,.
000 Elionzs of ..the oil to Europe, a
luge-ucrisse over all pr evio.s years,
and it in conidently expected th at the
exports ot oil for the present year
will be very muen ,treater. And wvhile
the field for the oil is being extended,
new uses for it are coubtantly found.
The market, therefore, is far trom
being tulty devieIoped.
In view of these facts, sai s the Sa
vannah News', it is not be'ond athe
range of possibilities t bat in course of
time-and it may not be' -"ch a long
time, eitther-the lint oi. * c cat;o'
-, :-planlt wilt become the by.- *d act ami
the seed the chiet staple. Thebre is at
present a ver y w1:. margin bet ween
the total value of the lint crop and~ the
seed erop; btut it mnust be borne it
mind that while all the lint is harves1ted
and marketed, only a portion of tbs
seed crop is utilized. Should the price
of lint go much lower than it is at
-present, and should the development
of the oil indstry and its collaterals
go on with anything like the same
rate of progress that hAs been noted
daring the past ten yeairs, iie seed
crop might easily beec-me thec mesi
valuable product of the co:zon plant.
Reversais~ in industry, eqputy as re
markab!e as this wotle b-i, have hert
tofor e occurred
Five or six years ago the principial
mines in Colorado were kne-wn s
silver minJes, though they also con
tained gold. Tbe extraction of the
silver waa the more proitable, hence
the min product 1f the mines was
that metal. When the price of silver
fell to a low figure the owners of the
mines devoted their atter.tion to gold
as the main product and silver attbe
by-product. Colorado is now pro
dtiding more gold than ever before in
her history. The great copper :nines
on Lake Michigan were at tirst known
as silver mines, antil it was discovered
that they could be made to produce
copper at a better profit than silver.
They are still, as a matter or tact, pro
docinag both of the metals, but silver
is 4he by-product and is depended upon
to pay the expenses of extracting the
copper. And thus it may be in the
Patter of-- cotton. We may discover
that the seed is-the most valuable part
of the product, and raise the lint to
pay the cost of growing the seed.
* f.uklga's Arnica Salve.
.1h Best,Salve in the world for Cuts,
- orest Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Feiver Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chbiblain ,%rns, and all Skin Erup
tions,and positively cares Piles, or no
pa rquii-ed. .It is guaranteed o give
f6eet atisfaction, or mouner' refbnd
ad. Price 25 ctena pera. Merale
by McMaster Co. -
In Answer to uayar pang
We baTe borne the White -Man's bur
den
For a tentury and more,
With a faith and hope and courage,
Such as few have shown before.
We have taught a savage people
"Half devil and half child,"
To the truths of Christian virtue
To be almost reconciled.
We have borne the White Man's bur
den
With the beat that we have bred,
'Till the sloth was almost vanquished
And the devil almost 2ed.
'Till the manhood of the Master,
O'er the feeble nature won;
And the virtue oi the training
Shown forth in Washington.
We have borne the White Man'i bur
den,
And in bearing it have known,
That they who seek another's good
Will best promote their own.
We have taught some foster brothers,
Dark skinned although they be,
To glory in our manhood
And share our pride in Lee.
We have borne the White Man's bur.
den,
With other white men's hate
Thrown in until we tottered -
Beneath the double weight.
And when the end we aimed at,
For others' good seemed won,
By gre-d and lust of power,
Scen all our work undone.
We have borne the White Man's bur
den,
No other white men aid;
But if they do not meddle,
We sball not be afraid.
Strict justice, high endeavor,
Our beacon lights shall be,
As we tread the path once trodden
By Washington and Lee.
We have borne the White Man's bur
den,
And still bearing it we know
When to check the devil's hurry,
When to let t be child go slow.
We wish no more such burdens,
What we have's enough to bear;
But if they're thrust upon us,
We shall raeet them without fear.
We have borioe the White Man's bar
den,
Aud can bear it et again,
Whore far Cavi:e checks !he flood
Upr, ;he cast ei n mi1n.
Tle ra( thich !- n!ho d W.ishitgton,
And nurtured lb.- t Lee,
n tate the White .a''s burten up.
Uoon the Indian s*ea.
-J. Bly di All(ton in News and Cou
What Shall We Do.
A serious and dangerous disease
prevals in "this conatry' d t-gerous be
cause so deceptive. It comes on so
slowly yet surely that it is often firmiy
seated before we are aware of it. -
The name of this %iAse which may
be divided into three-distinct stages is,
First, Kidny4onbue, indicated by
pain iin-We ba,k, rheumatism, kam
begi,'requent desire to urinate, otten
with a burning sensation, the flow of
urine bei.ig copious or scant with
strong odor.
If allowed to advance, 'this reaches
the Seco)nd stage, or Bladder trouble,
with heavy pain in the abdomen low
down bet ween the navel and the water
passage, increasing desire io urinate',
with scaIding~ sensatiop in passing,
small quantities being with dimfculty,
sometimes necessary to draw it with
insStrIumenTts.. If uric acid or gravel
has formed,'it will prove dangerous if
neglected.
The Thir d stage is Bright's Disease.
There is comfort in knowing that
Dr. Kilmer, the great kidney and
bladder specialist, has discovered a
Remedy famous for its marvelouna
cores of the most distressing cases and
known as Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root.
It is sold by all druggists.
As a proof of the wonderful virtues
of this great discovery, Swamp-Root,
a sample,little. and book of valuable
information will be sent absolutely
free by' mail on application to Dr.
Kilmer k Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
When writing kindly medtion that you
read this liberal offer in The News and
Herald.
It is very bard to stand idly by and
see our dear ones suffer while awaiting
the arrival ot the doctor. An Albany
(N. Y.) dairyman called at a drug
store there for a doctor to come and
see his child, then very sick with
croup. Not finding the doctor in, he
left word for him to come at once on
tis return. He also bought a bottle of
-he mberlain's Cough Remedy, which
e ho3ped would give some relief until
tue doctor should arrive. In a few
tours he returned, saying the doctor
eed not come, as the ehild was much
better. The druggist, Mr. Otto Sbolz,
'ays the family has since recommended
2hamberin's Cough Remedy to their
neighhors and friends until he has e.
onstant demand for it from that parf
of the country. For sale by McMas
ter Co.
T,etter, Salt-Rheum and Eczema.
The in.tense itcing and smarting in
eident to these diseases, is instantly
ulayed by- apying Chamberlain's
Eye and' Skin Ointment. Many very
ad cases have been permanently cured
L-y it. It is equally efficient tor it ching
pieis ad e.favorite remedy fo,r ;ore
i'pples, chapped hands, chilblains,
rost bites and chronic sore eyes.
2cts. per box. For sale by McMaster
Co.
Look! A Stitch In Time
Saves nine. Hughes' Tonic (ne-v im
proved, taste pleasant), taken in early
~spring an.d fall prevents Chills, Dengue
and Malarial Fevers. Acts on the
liver, tones up the system. Better than
Qinine. Guaranteed, try it. At
Druggists. 50c. and $1.00~ bottles. *
4" HiNLPO
SMadea a
SWell Man
THE &.e. of Me.
GREAT 3#- ~ .
j'RENCH REMEDY produces the rabove result
- im3so days. Cures Neus DeiitImp'oteuc.
Vtriccee Failing Mleo,y. Stops ala drains and
rmses caused by errers of youth. it wards ofr In
.-. aty and Consumption. Young- Men regain Man
'ood and Old Men r-.c.ver Southful Vigor. It
rives vigo,r and s ise to shr'2kenz orgacs. and ?ts
ian for busines= .r m a N. Easily carried in
he ve:t p;ock..d. hite "[-i :. 6 Boxes $2.sc
r. a.I, in plain pack~t j ,3 ..g e ,w i tb
Aitten guare:-tee. CS. Jc.A rA.A. Paris
Sod only by J. J. Obear, Drug
git winnamoo .n C.
.11111711.11____ H If1MM11
AegetablePreparationforAs
Sbilatiig theToodandRegula
hwg at machs andBowels of
Emmotesion,Cherful
Ibi aWinsneither
apit or IfineraL
NT AnC OTIC.
Aperecttemedy for Constipa
tiol,SourStomach,DiarrW1dea,
WormsUCn'61sionsYeverish
ness andLOSS OF SLEEP.
zac$imile Signature of
NEW YORK.
EXACT CrPY OF WEAPPER,
Climbing Uj
ARE
ing,
-are
\lI ~ ' suiterin
arandpDro
eases. '
is olig
ing is n
densm
take th<
GER
4wilres
restore
Mdencyl
BED-FAt
Cerstle's.Femfale Panace
medicine has cured herarmd se is
Get this medicine from ye
send usa $1.00 and we will sent
L OERSTLE & CO., Pr
PROOF.
SIt is an easy matter to claim tha
a remedy has a wonderful curativi
Spower. The manufacturers of
Rheumacide
leaves it to those who have beer
Spermanently and positively cure<
of RHEUMATISM to m a k<
claims. Among those wvho hav<
recently written us voluntary let
Iters saying they have been cure<
are: Rev. J. L. Foster, Raleigh
SN. C..; Mr. J. E. Robinson, iEditor
Goldsboro, N. C., Daily Argus
Mr. A. Daus, a prominent mer
chant, Macon, Ga., and Mr. WV. R
Duke, a railroad man, Kansas
City, Mo.
SREEUMTACIDE WILL CUEE YOU.
MIanliactllrell by THE BDBBITT URU
CO., Raleigh, N. C.
Sold in Winnsboro by McMaste
SCo., and by Druggists generally.
Price $1 per bottle.
's Y BUY:NG DRntCT FROM
E. ROSENaURGCER & CO.,
202-204 E. 102:1 8., NE W YORK C1T
The Largest Clothing
Manufacrurers in America.
OU/R oREAT eB'A-tA OFER!
rhese suie a:s .: ::<:M.'oe made from
otd Woni CM-M iiied. P.:ue. Grc- and Bro
t sizes from 3 to e y,-ars ofl0 nr 3ade up don
brested. wit. S.,iMr C !ar-Coiar ancy embrole
d--nd wit.1 far. ili.e:: Albe:t Tw;ill Sat en
Pateno waist F.uh Trrmin and Workmuans
he very best. Sizes for to to ,5 yeors, without sa
onar. Mention age oad if large or small.
thi. Extra
iPair Pant /
Srhis style
When ordering send Post OS ice,
sxpress Money Order or Re.istered
Lettes. a:so age at last bJirt.hday,
and if large or smalI fo.r l,is age.
oney cheertally refun.&d if not
satisfactory. Send ::r. Map for
amples. tape meas::ro, leasuring -
blanks. etc.*
I MPand Whiskey Habits
Mcured at home with
out pain. Book of para
F~U ticulars sent FREE.
S g re o
CWANN. rEWOR. ;
You By
3AF s Doug
4
*i 7i. CC .ZANY. NCW YORfW. -
pDown Stairs
YING heavy burdens, washing, irc
scubbing and other laborious duti
proactivo of an enormousamount C.
gamongwomenwho are already ec
strated by the -tvages of female d:
he performance of these heavy labc -
.tory to many women, but the sffer
t. This feature of the household.b-r- r
Ly soon be removed if women will only.,
trouble to learn how. A few bottles ,
STES MALE
PANACEA
TRAE(C. F. P.)MARK
mlate all menstrual irregularities,
the entire female organism to :s
condition. Take St. Joseph's Lb-er
tr in small doses if there is any ten
;o constipation or indigestion.
ST FOR A YEAR.
a has maea most onerful cueon the
iben be-at for teemontls, but:rour
lodin he s es .libre .Ai.
>urdra 's . -If he ioes not keep it,
1yua tl,all charges paid.
ops., Chattanooga, -Tenz2.
STIlE NEW AY
WOMEN ue
to think "fe
m ale -diseaz "
c ould only b
treated after "r
ca i exar-i:.
\ tions" by ph:i
cians. Dread c
-s uc h treatmnt
kept thousands of'
modest womn
silent about the:
suffering. The in
troduction , o
Wine of Cardul has now demer
strated that nine-tenths of all t
-cases of menstrual disorders .co
n-ot require aphysician's attent.i-n
S at all. The simple, pure
taen ithe prvacy o a womar
own home insures quic'k relief and
speedy cure. Women need re
hes!!t.te now. Wine of Cardi ::
quires no humiliating examinL
tions for its adoption. It cures an
di:case that comes under the her.
of "female troubles"-disordere
m.enses.. failing of the woc.
ii "whites," change of life. It makes
* women beautiful by making them"
ell It keeps them yoting
k'eeping them healthy. $1.03
the dng store.
For advtce in cases eu!rIr sper
direct!cns, -4dress, ings~
tho "i.e.1ma Ad'iLory v
noora upM~cIoC.
W.A.iDI0,M.D., Cary,5&iss., s~>
ei ~ Ing_e'f'6%rdui'extensi~v
my pr;o1r.and find am:txe
-' prepsm.tiWn for female trcubies.
IELECTRO
SILICON
Shines
Silverware
Surprisingly
without
Scratching.
Sample sent if you say
Tt'> 'iike all ot.hers.
;vx'p-pavid, 1'> ets. in .
ws som1 .-.ewZxere.
' The Electo Silicon Co., 40 CliO,
p New York.
For Sale.
? A TRACT OF 176 ACRE
land, on Littce River, belong>
- D. .\. Broom, and bounded b.y
of the estae of R. G.. Simonton. S~
enlen and o has.
For ien;:. olyid to~
A. S & W. D D)UGL AS'.
"HOUSEHOLD"
THE MOST MODYBN SEWING
MACHINE OF THE AGE, EM
BRACING ALL OF THE
LATEST IMPROVE
MENTS.
Unequaled for- -
Durability,
Range of Work,
andIsimplieit-T.
Old Sewing Machines taken in ex
ohange.
Dealers wanted in unoccupied teri.
tory. Correspondence solicited.
Address,
J. H. DERBYSHIRE,
GENERAL A*ENT,
EBEL BUILDIG, ICHMOND, VA
I HAVE
) JST RECEIVED
As protty a Stock of Goods as
has ever been brought to
the towa,
Consisting in part of Rogers &
Bro.'s celebrated plated wares
- -Ladles, Knives, F o r k s,
Spoons, Carving Sets, &c.
) -ALSO
Handsome China Cake Plates,
Berry and Salad Dishes,
Vases, Cracker Jars, &c., &c.,
and invite an inspection of
them at your earliest conve
rnience.
t espectrully,
C. M. CHANDLER
H EADWH E
is only at symptom-n-not a
disease. So are Pa Fckache,
Nervousness. Diz.dniess and the
Blues. They all comec from an
unhealthy state of the men
strual organs. If you suffer
from any of th;ese symptoms
if y,ou feel tired and languid in
the morning and~ wish you could
lie in bed anothe: hour or two
-if there is a batd taste in thd
mouth, and no appetite -i?'
* there is pain in thie dde,c backj
-' or abdo:men-BR ADFIELD'S
9 FEMALE REG-: .ATOR will
brig abou as..a ur. .ThL .
doctor may e::! *gr troublej
~~sonmie high-sm: .z3.0:.:- I a t in3
name, but ne n:-r a.i:3I ihe namne.f
jThe trouble is in *.e mee~strual
orgas, and Brad:Ild's Femzale
Rgltrwill re~store you to
health and regulate the menses
like clockwork.j
THE BRADHE.D RLATORC.
\EYOU
3ANKRUPTinheath,
onstitution undermined by ex
Ka vagance in eating, by disre
rarding the laws of nature, or
* hysical capital all gone, if so,
NEVER DESPAIR
autt's Liver Pills will cure yon.
or sick headache, dyspepsia,
* ur stomach, malaria, torpid
;:er, constipation, biliousness
~d all kindred diseases.
Tutt's Liver Pills1
an aslte cure.
Bevel.
=
CHAIN
Colmbia CI I
ilartfords
New Models now on Exi
fr4
We are ,ffering a limited i
45, 46 and 49, Tnd Hartfords,
reduced prices. These were
Don't fall to get eur A:
POPE MFG. 00,
dJOD & DAIS,
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
CNtral Tim* Betweeas Celumbiaand,TAe
sonvile. Easteim Time Setween Co
Iumbia sad Other Weat.
Effective Janary 16,1-i.
Northbound. x W6 o-o;3
Lv. J'vI!e. F.C.&P.Dy.. 8o00. 8 12
" 8avanrah........... 120p 12GP 3
Ar. Col1=bia........... 4 p 40 4 f
Lv. Char'ton.8C&R..
Ar. Cdlmbia......... 11 -s
BY... 2 10
' A%ike........... 2 110
3IMV
Trenton......... 31
*Johnstons........ 8LI
LvCorb1a Bland'gs.. 5 1S ~5 liSp
" Cke:t***..:::::::6 *g at P
" 1ockBi... . 7 U '17 - p
Ar. Charlotte........8 1 915 Uo 18p
-' Danville.........11 51 1p 98 1p
Ar. Richmond ........6 48 *Sp ...
'-Baimoe.r....S6
- hie .. 101:::: 28.iN 1.p
No. U3 Not ! ' 16;18
&42 UM lZS ~ SAN
. thbeund' Esun manu. Dant.
" Baltimore........4 s
Lv. Wash'ton, So. Ry S 5 10 p ?Ia
Lv. Ribbmond ............. 21k 132@lm
Lv. DenMine.. .......12 10.a 55E0. 6 03
"' Charott.... U a ~ o1 ,
" .......... 840 a 8a
Ar.Caresto.......... ... ...8 1
L mt.v'.Cl. 9Ry 5 3 1s
" .......9Na 4 p 508
Ar. Calto............. a es
PUEING AR BSEO3
Nos. 81 ad 33-NEW7 70RE ANSDIOR
ASlto LIMI.&U et
man aa
. ,s 1~
Bateflent ~llyi.ger service bet*eea
Nes8SZnd wlr
tibuled train't.d a ears andl L1st else
ad wYYer.
Pr"ni, Sieeping Cars between Charlotte
and A.wornoufld.
Pufl:m- drawing-roomn sleepiny cars be
t. :rfr OLD POX!NT ComF"ORT
arriing there in time for breakfast.
30.3 suid .5-U. S. Fast Mail. Throuh
Pih-uasdi u.**om ue leepi'gca: e
aian a1vting cars between Augusta and Char
lotte. D:ning ears serve all meals enroute.
Pullmant sk-etping ,cars between Jacksonville
and Colurabia. enro.ute daily between Jackson
8ii 'n iiirat.via Aiheville
Third V-P le (en. Mgr. '. .. Wa hn ton.
W- A .L. asgo. H. . A..RA)-!.nks
*The Equitable
*Life Assurance Society
*of the United States.
* The management of the
!Equitable Life Assurance Society
Xin this territy is desirous of secnr
V'ing the service.of a mian of char.
*acter and ability to typresent its
..interest with Winneboro as head
Wquarters. The right man will be
*thoroughly educatied is the science
of life insurance and the art of
successful soliciting. TIhere ic- nf,
*business or profession not re
quiring capital which is more re
munerative than a life agenc)
conducted with energy and abil-|
ity. Correspendence~ with meh
who desire to secure permanenit
employment and are ambitious?to
*attain prominence in the profse.
slon is invited.
W. J. RODi)EY, Mgr.,
3-19-3m Rock Hill, S. (.
MONEY TO LOAN
On farming lands. Easy payments.
No commissions barged. Borrower
pays actual Got of perfecting loan.
Interest 8 per cent.
JOHN B. PA LMERI k SON,
Columbia, S. C.,
or A. S.k&W. D.DOUGLA85,
10.4 Winus.or, . C.
-Gear
LE33.
odels 57nI6.
YedellOs
bibition at prices ranging
In.
iumber of Columbias, Mode
Patterns 7 and 8, atgreaty
the leading wheels of x898.
rttsllc 1899 Catalogue.
Hartford,Conn
ets, WiMIor, S. C.
Poctatcie.
DRUI GGIST.
MULES.'
JUST ARRIVED)
FORTY NICE TENNESSEE AND
KENTUCKY MULES at my stables
in Winnsboro, from three to Are yeas
old. These mules can be booght cheap
for cash or on good bankable paper,
payable in the Fall.. Come one, eon
131 who need good mules. I will I
change them for broken down mules
or plug mule-.
I also have a fe gd Mares auda
couple of good saddle Horses, one
new Two-horse Wagon and one goed
Second-hand Buggy.
'1 also keep en hand a few
MILOH COWS
and will sell them cheap for cash oe
exchau'ge them for dry cattle. Atwayc
ready tor a trada.
I have engaged Mr. S. B. CRAW.
FORD for the season, and he will be
pleased to see any and all of his many
friend.
A. WILLIFORD.
Winnsboro, S. 4Q.
N otice to Voters
The Books of Registration for the
next Muziicipal Election, to be held oa
A pril 3rd next for Intendant and fear
Wardeus for the town of Wiumsbere,
S. C., will be open for the reg1stming
of voters at the store of Sie. b
Cathcart on January 1, 1 ,sad .
closed April 1, 1899. All ,otere in
thde oelion art required to register
witP i-' this time.
J. E. -OAX,
Intendsan.
WT. M. CATUCART,
Su=ervisar of Rais.-atten.

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