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THE
NEWS, AND HERALD.
PULISHED TRI-WERKLY
-BT
liw iDHERALDCOMPAN.
eSKa1,. I DVANCE:
ane re-r, - - 3.00
six eI'.cAns. - - - - 1.50
WfNNSBORO, S. C.
Thurs-lay March 30. - - 1899
No oxs doubts that the United Sisaes
will ul:imately conquer in the Pbili
pines, hut it seems hard that so mavy
American livea should be lost sfighting
againsL a people struggling for
liberty and relf-government. The
people of the United States have had
ri heart in this war. It should be
..lled the war of the administration
carried on for the purposes of; greed.
Sometimes we think that imperialism
has found favor in .the United States
merely for the sake of -imitating and
tivalling great European powers.
. Some people have a pride in centem
platirg the larga space covered by our
poses--ions on the map, without stvpp
ing to consider how tremenaona will
be the cost. Great Britain is not to
be envied in many of her possessions.
Of all of her colonies, Canada, South
Africa and Australiasia are ibout tb
only pt9;se.sions suitable to receive the
overd>w of her own population. It is
worth remembering that these colonies
are in the temperate zone. Posset
sions vin the tropics ar; quite different.
The R ilon. James P. Boyee, a mem.
ber of Parliament, - riting for the
Forum a few years ago v-n;e: "India
constitutes a large m.vkeL for Euro
pea g.iods, but a ms--t equ ally oper
totb UitAjed States aid to Gerwar a
or to Britain; for no differential tai A
has be -a imposed. So far as drawing
any re entio unom India, the state of
tbe Indian revenue is a constant source
of disquietade to i,. We are proud,
not.upreasonably, of what we have
done t: establish peace and order and
to promote education theie. Bal
ladia ii not a source of strength tc
Brit%im. The responsibilitie which
our co :trol of it imposes are tremen,
dons." The same writer states t'
* Britamr.'s tropical possession. havE
been a toad. It requires a large army
*and navy to protect territory, and il
does not pay.
* . I is- it -intended to revive the-oli
acin!feelings, but it must be noteL
by tbon,ands of people in this Stats
~&W6'I87to 1890 as tha
sIcosed by ,the committee now
investigating th.. State penitentiary
"In:ipient rottenness," something rot,
ten in Denmark," "reeking witi
fraud," were the terms used to do.
scribe tie condition prior to 1890, bul
after nearly ten yeats nothing has de
velopec to sustain the charge. Looli
as the record from 1878 to 1890, and
comparA the record sinse 1590. We
~-make ni' further comment.
Thz Farmers Mutual Insurance
Co.'s statement which was published
in our let issue sho w wnat could be
done by home insurance companies.
Winn.sb>ro pays annually over 810,000
in fire inisurance premiums, set there
never has been a $10,000 hoss in
Winnsboro. Off-hand;we jwoula say
for the past twenty years the average
loss has not reachedJover $5t00 to $800
per annum. A. home company with a
capital o;f $50,000 would be ample pro
tection, meke a big profi and save
money to insurers.
THE. oiscovery of coa! . . f.uiplot!
County by the boring of an aiLte,ian
well aud'resualting in the owne.r of the
farm see:iring an offer of $100,000 for
an .ordiniary cotton plantation will
doubtle., stimulate the artesian well
business Somewhere and somehow
we have- been in?oonned that the
characte~r of the soil in the neighbor
hood ot lythewood indiestes that oil
isi there An artesian well might
prove a f.rtune in th' localhity.
IT is =1. very pleasant-to the spont
sors-. ra th centre of at tramction at
the C.' -teuiera!e renuious. but we
think tMi United Daughters of the
Confedr-acs anid the Nc 'v' and Courier
are righi in insisting bat the old sola
diers be ,.;ven, a chance.
GEORGZA is not laCking in advertise
ment .resident McKinley, Speaker
Reed, M: :k Hanna, and other prowi
nent pet.oLe fill a great deal of news
paper sy. .:e every day t> sav nothing,
of the ibwe ball clubs and the troops
iuGeorg~s.
oOLxsta is getting se many good
new thags that her friend4 hardly
have time to congratulate her upon
* one before another good one for Co
lumubia is announced.
For Over Fifty Years.
MRts. * INSLOW'S SoOTHING SYRUP
haa been used for over fifty year3 by
mihions of mothers for their children
'- while teething, with perfect success.
It.soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays aIl pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea it
will relie*ve the poor little r-ufferer
immdila lv. Sold by druggists in
every nart of the world. Twenty five
cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
"Mrs Winslow's So4>hin;g Syrnp,"
9CECE TO ABOLIMSHJUNDACKaS.
Chcago Tames-HraW.
It is reported from Ann Arbor that
a w'rgeon in that town has made an
anatomical discovery that may result
in the complete abolishment of head
aches. He claims to have diseovered
that sensory nerves control the blood
vessels of the brain, a theory that is
opposed to the teachings of the books,
hence physiologiats may develop an
anatomical process for quickly closing i
the beadqparters of the pain-works by
shutting of the source of supply.
In other words, it may be possible,
through this discovery, to wear a
clothespin on the proper sensory nerve
in such a way as to completely re
move all knowledge of the existence
of such a thing as a head. It is un
necessary to say that any device which
will decrease the number of bromo
seltzer head- in this way will be a
priceless boon to humanity, although
it will be a heavy blow to the powder
mills that are filling the stomachs of
the people with all the various com
binaions of coal tar products which
quite otten cure the headache by kill
iog the patieut.
We welcome the sensory nerve pro-.
co?v of controlling the blood vesselt
of the head as a happy relief from the
Lons of tablets and powders. As a re
sult of this discovery the time will
come when a man will only need to
pinch himself in the proper place o,
touch a button somewhere on his ana
tomv to destroy all consciousness o?
the possession of a head.
Regardless of Age.
The kidney@ are responsible for
more -ickues*, eaffering, and deaths
than avy other organs of the body.
A majority ef the ills afflicting peu
p!e to-day is traceable to kidn.y trou
ble. It prevsdes all classes of so
ciety, in all climates, regardless o
age, sex or condition.
The symptoms of kidney trouble are
unmistakable, such as rheumatism,
neuralgia, sleeplessness, pain or dull
ache in the back, a desire to urinate
often day or night, piofuse or scanty
supply.
Uric acid, or brick-dast deposit in
urine are signs of clogged kidneys,
causing poisoned ana germ-filled
blood Sometimes the heart aers
btaly, and tube css (wasting of tr
kidneys) are found in the urine, which
if neglected will result in Bright's
Disease, the n->st dangerous forn of
kidney trouble.
All t ese symptom. and cmnditioni
are promptly re:noved under the in
fluelice of Dr. Rduier's Swamp-Roet.
Lt has a world wide reputation for its
wonderful cures of the most distrest
iug cases.
No one need be long without it as it
is so easy to get at any drag store at
fifty cents or one dollar. You can
have a sainple bottle of this wonder
fal discovery, Swamp-Root, and a
book telling all about it, both sent to
you absolutely free by mail. Send
your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co..
Binghamton, N. Y., and kindly men
tion that you reart thi~s liberal offer in
The News and Berald.
Easily,Quickly, Permanently Restoreci
svous ;Lost Vitality. Seminal ses,
-.ailing Memory-the result of Over-work. Worry,
-.ickness, Errors of Youth or Over-iudulgence.
Price 50c. and $1; 6 boxes $5.
F'or quick positive and lasting reults in Sexual
Viaty. usen YELO LBEs SPEcIA.-oubl
strength- will give strength and tone to ever part
and effect a permnanet:. cure. Cheapest adbest.
too Pills $2; by mall.
FR EE-A bottle of the famnous Japanese Liver
Pellets will be given with a $i box or more of sing
aetic Nervirne. free. Sold cnly by
J. J. OBEAR, Druggist,
Winnusboro, S. C.
2" HI NDIPO0
.. RESTORES VITALITY
~I s Made a
~~ - Well Mani
TH- E 4a on a of Me.
G REAT .o- --
SRENCH REMEDY\ produces the above resuuZ
in 30 da s Cures NevousDebiIy,Zmpotenc
aricocelr, Pcill:.g Memory. Stops al! drains :.
l..sses causedy e:rcrs of -outh. It t-ards off In
.nity and Consumption. 'oung Men regain Mar'
cod and Old Nten rec.over Youthful Vigor. I.
ives vigor and use to shrunken organs, and fb.
man for business or marriag. E..si!y carried i.
he vest pocket. Price fl 6 Boxes $2.9.
.ri:c guaratet. D . L.A 0 fA!?RA, 'arIs
Sold only by J. J. Obear, Drug
gist, Winnsboro, S. C.
muunnuusinuuuunnuenimu n
= is a wonderful aid in the E
!maintenance of health; it is E
=an easily assimilable form of g
nourishment in illness, and
- is invaluable in r-estoring
* shattered nerves and in con
jvalescence. A doctor writes:
a "I have found it especialy
Svaluable for persons conva- g
lescing from fever, and for
nursing mothers. I am high
- ly pleased
with it andy
* my patients
. could not do
E without it."
Atal au
N otice to Voters
The Books of Registration for the
next Municipal Election, to be held on
April 3rd next for Intendant and four
Wardens for the town of Winnsboro,
S. C., will be open for the registeiing
of voters at the store of Simpson &
Cathart on January 1, 1899, and
closed April 1, 1899. All voters in
this election are required to register
within this tirne.
J. E. LOAN, 3
Intendait, i
W. M. CAT dCART, I
Stnervisor of Registratton.
4 FRICNA wg eure hemna A n
The Kind You Have Always
in use for over 30 years,
~~ and hi
sonal;
Allow
All Counterfeits, Imitations
periments that trifle with
Infants and Children-Exp
What is C
Castoria is a substitute for (
and Soothing Syrups. It is
contains neither Opium, 1
substance. It, age is its gl
and allays Feverishness. It
Colic. It relieves Teething
and Flatulency. It assimil
Stomach and Bowels, givin
The Children's Panacea-T
CENUINE GAS
Bears the
The Kind You W
In Use For (
THE CCUTAUR COMPANY. TT 1
A HEALTHY BRIDI
~~- I- l
II
1 de
4,0' - es
lif
MY WIFE HAS SUJFFERE
her Geries Femae Pnacea
her greatly at her moib jM .
g sara,d,Pro rieor
:Mothers!
Iforts and
dangers of
chilid-birthcan(
be almost en
ti-ely avoided.
Chieof Cardui
re Nevesex- ~
peecant moth
era. It gives
tonetothegen
ital argans,and
puts them in
condition to do their work
perfectly. That makes preg
nancy less painful, shortens
labo.anzdhastens recoveryafter
child-.birth. It helps a woman
bear strong healthy children.
.MppELRE'$5
!Ueof(&fdU
thousands of homes barren for
yeats. A fe<v doses oftenbrings
oyto -ving hearts that long
fra d ''g baby. No woman
should neglect to try it for this f
tr6able. It cures nine cases out
of ten. AlU druggists sell Wine
of Cardui. $z.oo per bottle. F
For advice in cases requirir.g special le
t des' Advisor Departmn.
The Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chta
nooga. Tenn.
-Mrs. L.OUISA HAI.E,
of Jefferson, Ga., says:
U" en I first took Wfne of Cardul
oowe ha bn *'married three years, bt
mynts lterI ha a inegirl baby."
AStrong Fortification.
ortify the body against disease
y Tutt's Liver Pills, an absco
tecure for sick headache, dys -
epsia, sour stomach, malaria,
>nstipation, jaundice, bilious
ess and all kindred troubles.
~The FIy=Whee of Li-es
r. Tut Yourc Liver Pil>
'fl f-wheel e'fa I s Ci ve
MONEY TO LOAN
n farming lan~da. Easy payments.
ocommissions barged. Borrower
av actual cr't of perfecting loan.
terest 8 per cent.
JOHN B. PALMER &SON,
Columbia, S. C.,
or A. S. & W. D. DOUGL ASS,
10-4 Wnnebor,aS.3C
ought, and wh .6h has b-,-a
,as borne the ignature of.
as been made : mder his per
supervisixn sinc( its infancy.
no one to deceive you in this.
and Substitutes are but Ex
and endanger tie health of
,rience ~against Experiment.
~ASTORIA
astor Oil, Paregorie, Drops
Harmless and Pleasant. It
:orphine nor oth"r Narcotic
xarantee. It d5toys Worms
; cures Diarrhces and Wind
Troubles, cures C Dnstipation
ates the Food, re.gulates the
g healthy and natural sleep.
[ie Mother's Frierd.
rORMALWAYS
Signature of
v A1ways Bought
ver 30 Years.
MRay STacT. NIVORV C1Y.
IS A HA PY ONE
VERYwomanisu.der obligations
to herself and the i~an she mar
ries to be inthe msthealthycon
lion possible. She sbuld be free of
. female diseases and -enstralirreg.@
irities, because the endition of the
fe makes or mars thehome. Don't
lay because you dreal to consult a
ctor, for a consultalon is unnec
3ary. Get a few bott3s of
Den 5011MALE
ERSTLES IAACEA
Trade(G, F. M.)Xak.
d treat yourself in t3 privacy of
ur home. It will cure 3m. If there
any costiveness or inzestion, re
ve it with a few mild oses of St.
seph's L.iver Regulator, Write us,
your case is complicated, d we will
struct you, free of charh, how to
ethese famous remedies.'
DFROM WOMB TROULES
red evrting she couldg',:wel as
Dyoy d ,atspningl .. cedgV
rhihgv immediate rel b efi+ed
5, Chattan , Wenn.
.. ...... .-.c d-:ey oA1
wl - re fo er~ s c'ca o,f
co nei*-at e' . . T. e - o*us
anfl aitions~ wi :l. s o fo.
evntwi-: will som' r ' g
Woe shild h r:
mun:: *:om' the p;ai, .g
Sued a r...-...s...eo c:,.
wome0 red - ot fear binger i :e houro
chilird. "Mothe'rs Frien"is IS
scientifiC lment-atd if i.ed before
the bcdy~ for the gret reen: eent
and chiancs it is undero:. i:ua
sa .fety to both mnothc .ndEH1 r:
tak~e her through'A 'he ee :' c
parlativ Casef andi conut. :n
derful r: may is Tletised N .
Iwom:a.'n wh ha :;d
Wha't wosnf is t'. ,r
"3~iother's F riend.' This we - a
remedy has l>e tetedi tnd is -.
'less value p.roven by the experbi -~*:.
thous:nds of happy mothlwrs -.cho
have used it during the most cr ne
period of woman's life--the approac
and cu!:Lin '3.:ion of invtherhood.
It h .i: n 1 t e *i velst$n rais',
for 'nee ... - d 'o:''sy :1n
telling all .h,0 :: :-ut it. an we
benelt t'o:0 a
will be s : *. -a
Con:jpany; Atianlta Ga..
Machinery I
Manufacturers' Agents for the*
SMITH SONS
EN GINES, BOILERS, &c.
Oar MR. S. C. McKEOWN is a Tc e
phone crank too.
Pone inl our CORNWElL L.
office on Winnsboro .
and Chester line. 4-6-l y
BICYCL.ES
Strictly
rat Class
With NIickel- l
plated Lamp E
ad BeUl.
thiped C. 0. D. on approval.
Wrt for cataoeadfl particulars.
, t4Lt ?.- E CYC eLpha
You can accomplish th
effort by r
Moedejs 59 and 60
1s9s are entirel;
new. Price...
For scientific design, th<
tion and elegance of fin
unequaled by any bicycle
PRIC
Hartfords, Pa
Possess every advantage of
PRICJ
Vedettes, PAT
Best for t
Prices, Men's, $
Every feature of these mo
in our New
POPE MFG. O
JORJAI & DAIS,
SNOW ATILL A
N Ah Elolat Moilet t
0
W The finest prepara
tion for chapped hands,
A lps, or other roughness
of the skin.
rf Removes freckles,
Inot greasy or sticky,
Gloves can be worn im
L mediately after using.
L adMakes the skin soft
adwhite. Excellent
A to use after shaving.
SNOWATILL A
PRICE, 2$ CENTS.
FOR SALE BY
Oto~I nn2 T
'BY BUYING DIRECT FROM j
E. ROSENBURGER & CO., J
202-204 E. 102d St., NEW YORK CITY.f
The Largest Clothing
$OUR GREAT BAP.GAIN OFFER!
aI wir guxtrarte P o li an d efmJ
Cportoc - e n ez~ Bue ey madBrcom
breate. , h I or Collar-Collar fancy cabroider.
ed-lined~ b fast Blace Albert Til Sat en and
ta very b01 izes for iotO2 yeas wthot Sallos
Sozts t5
Es aa
s tisfactortend
remed forern Cosumind s timlccso
thand of he orpells cses aread
pemnety cruyre. So a ir
S es,n tapboes fc~re. to hos. a r ear
rehedyave Consumtion. iml s
L.ung Trouble, if 'they will m tie:
express and postoffice address. ~e-rely
e most with the least
.ding the
Bevel-Gear
CHAINL35
for $75
)roughness of construc
ish, these machines are
s of the chain type.
$50.
tterns 19 and 20
nost bicycles that cost more.
E$35.
ERNS 21 AND 22.
.ie money.
15; Ladies', $26.
Lchines is fully illustrated
Catalogue.
,Hartford,Conn
jonIs, WIns1tn, S. C.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
Central Time Between Columbia and Jack
sonville. Eastern Time Between Co
lumbia and Other Points.
Effective March 12, 1899.
Northbound. -al.DiY XU
Lv. J'ville, F.C.&P.Ry..f 8 20 a 8 00p 12\10p
"Savannah.......L235p.12 09p 3 579
Ar. Columbia.......4 38 p 4 45a7 89 p
Lv. Char'ton,SC&GRR. 00a .5 30p...
Ar. Columbia... ... 11 00 a 10 10 ...
.'v saS. y..24 9 80 p 40 p
4 Aiken........ -- 2-5
" Trenton.. ........' l336 p1 00 634p
"'Johnstons.... ..... 49 ' 11 20p 6 46p
.Ar. ColumbiaUn. dep't.1 5 20p 2 10 a 820 p
Lv Col'bia Blandgst.. 545p 5 55a[ 849p
"Winnsboro..... 6 38 7 00 a 939p
"Chester ......... 86p 7 47 a 10 17 p
"Rock Hill.......7$p 8 21 a10 45p
Ar. Charlotte....... 845p 9 15a 1134p
"Danville......... 1255a! 1 22p 3 07 a
Ar. Richmond .......60aJ 6 25pj...
Ar.Washington.......5aI 905p 945a
"Baltimore Pa.R. R.., 9 12 a I11 25p 11 05 a
"Philadelphia.... 11 35a 256a 1l08p
" Nw o ....... 203p 6 23a~ 3 53p
Souhbond.No. .31 No. 3 o. ''
Souhbond.Exsun~ Daily.! Daily.
Lv. New York,Pa. R.R.. 12 00nt G00p 1215nt
"Philadelphia........ 2 26 pS 34p 3 50Oa
"Baltimore....... 4 7p 755p 6 22a
Lv. Was.h'ton, So. Ry..! 5 50 p 9 20 p 11 15 a
Lv. Richmond ... ... ....jllniZl
Lv. Danv-ille ........:.. 1a 62
"Charlotte........3 SIa 1 O
"Rock Hill........ 9Oill4
C rhester........5a 33 13
"Winnsboro....... 10 1112i2
Ar Col'bia Bland' st. .. 3 ~1 2u
Lv. ColumbiaU.dep't. Oj1 4a Q
" Johnstons......... 11it GO
" Trenton............: 25
Ar. Aiken............92a If70
"Graniteville ........ ~ ~
" Augusta............00
Lv. Col'bia, S.C&GRy..iSp6a
Ar. harlst.n.... 1810t 11mO
LV.Col'bia,F1C& 0 a 4 1a 6I 02p7
Savan3h 44'a S 15a 10O20
Ar.Jaksovile Gp4 54a 0 O a 3
Nos 31and32 EV5 Y34 AN 21L 2R
IDA LMITED sol 6 30tbue Tr1 2a 1o7f
Washington.aP2l4man8Dr0a
Ar. Carlestwen.............. Yor17 11ona
"accmoain....... Augu22 a 3ie tra5vel.
Er.llenksonvilye .a' ...... s1rvic bet4ween 0
FLoriEFndNewGr.AREVC.
Nos. 3 and 34-NEW YORK AND FLOR- n
Pullman DrawingRoom Spig Cars Obetee
eation and Cewortet adDnn
PuCar drunning roo withoing cge between
sonil, JSole avannah, as hton
Pul leing Cars between Auusa'ndr,lote
acommdaio.o gut and -..FAstMiken Thraoe.
Pulln daingy passee seinea be-e
Florid acksil and New YorndPul
mNos.pn 33 n b4-etwe AYork and ChriaEr
lore. Dran-omSeping ars bev l e~erten
Pullman daigro sleeping cars between csnil
TadCmia. ckodil beteenah asgon
veande Cinork. vaAhvle
PulRan Sleeing Cars btn C. lott
Thnd ichmon. r.TN,Wahnt.
N. . andR -. S. Fas MaDiCl.roh
(P.a.. drawingtroem buffet sAe.in Atarstb.
-ote. mm cassren- elserne
Pu[ma slepn DOTY &ewe JCOJvll
"HOUSEHOLD!
8W#Ll(& ICHIR.
ivISm"
THE "1OT MOii.g2N SEWIN*
MACH1NE OF THE AGE, EM
BRAUNG ALL OF THE
LATEST IMPROV3
MENTS.
Unequaled for
Durability,
- Range of Work,
andlSimplicitv.
Old .-ewing Machines taken in W.
Dealers wanted in uno'cupied teni6
tory. Correspondence solicited.
Address,
J. H. DERBYSIRE,
Gm&EAL AGm,
EBEL BUILDING, RCHMOND, VA
No Tie Los I .
IN SPITE OF THE
lateness of the season, if
you prepare land well and
plant seed bought from
us you will probably have
a better 'garden than
usual this year.
Trhey are scarce and the
pice i'cEtigo up.
-We Sell
TRIUMPH, BURBANK,
BEA UTY OF HEBRON,
EARLY ROSE and
PEERLESS POTATOES
A FRESH STOCK
OF
CANNED PEAS,4
BEANS,
COLUMBIA RIVER
SALMON.
DESSERT PEACHES,
CONDENSED MILK(.
Tr JO11IseI' Pii PicIIle
To make soup delicious get
a can of Succotash.
FRESH BREAD AND
CAKES TO-DAY.
J. S. McCarley.
PROOF.
It is an easy matter to claim that
a remedy has~ a wonderful curative
Spow er. The manufacturers of
Rheumacide
leaves it to those who have been
prmannl and poitively cured
claims. Among those who have
recently written us voluDtary let
ters saying they have beeni cured
are: Rev. J. L. Foster, Raleigh,
N. C.; Mr. J. E. Robinson Editor,
Goldsboro, N. C., DiyArgus;
Mr. A. Daus, a prominent mer-1
chant, Macon, Ga., and Mr6 W. R.
Duke, a railroad man, Kansas
City, Mo.
EHEUMIACIDE~ WILL CUBE YOU.
CO., Raleigk N. C. -
Sold in Winnusboro by McMasterq
Co., and by Druggists generally.
Price $1 per bottle.

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