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PU&fLISAEb TRI- WEBKCLY
en AND HERA LD 00MPANL.
cent Der annum. I s saiccess has iu
spired othsrs, among them the Reedy
Manufacturing Company, which ir
ten years bas grown from 3,000 to
12,000 spindles, and pt&id for every
thinm' out of its surplu.1. earnings.
The Riverside Mills, at P u':ville, Va ,
began basiness in 1883, i' - .c p
stock of $5,000, and to-d e r si
talized sr $2,000,000, of wlh ...1,000,
000 is in preferred stock, wtiic h pav.,
5 per cenat semi-an2aaby, and~ $11,000,
000 is in cnmmon stock, whbich pay s
4 per cent semi-innually.
At some points in the Carolinas the
managers will not give out thheir
profits for publication, since they don't.
*care to take the world into confidential
relations concerning their business.
There may be such a thing as too
much dividend paying anad too much
investment of surp'as in) extenIsions of
the baIsiness. Some of the best mills
in the So,uth have foundl themselves
much e:mbarrassed for want of a sur
* ~ plus, se. aside for tiding over a dull
period. iThet gives the mon2y lenders
a chance to "skia" the factory of a
good part of its profits, by tacking on
a high ;ate of interest. Ocje of the
great :uihls at Co!nmbams, Ga , was
hurt in that mafy, and in like marnner
some of them at Augusta. There is
not such acute demand by stockholders
for a divide of all the profits. as there
-was a few years ago, but there ie
quite too much of this, which will,
with time and the experience time
One part of Banker Hamum md'sa
letter, that relating to the effect the
mills round Greenville have had on
the faru'ing business, is interestinag
"The building u,> of thece mill vil
lages has made a home market for ibhe
by-products of the farms, such as
'ege:tdes, poultry, and so forth,
which heretofore have not been profit
able, on account of the limited de
mand for such products. As the re
suit, untignone farm lands have (log
bled and trebled in value. -I know of
some instances iri the vicini:y of these
uails whdra lands that were formerb
uorth from$5 to $6 per acre, are now
mth from $33. t.o'$100 per acre, aa:.d
tm& increased .'.a'ess. at these price-,
while befo're it cotd not be sold e t
o lower prices. Another indir'ct
tnst h is increated ; he price of
s im the vicinity of the mi!:s -
ar the a >Lton mii; so y- accumu'
farm. Of course, under these condi
tions, the value of our business has
been increased, and, not only this, but
farm methodt have been, improved,
lands more carefully tended, better
homes ereeted, better stock and an
improved condition generally exists."
Foi frost bites, burns, indolen. sores,
eczema, skin disease, and especially
Piles, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
stands first and best. Look out for
nest people who try to imitate
onnterfeit it, It's their endorse
of a good article. Worthle;s
s are not imitated. Get DeWitt's
Hazel Salve. McMaster Co.
en many years ago I landed in
nd, on my way to Scotland, Eng
and the Continent, the first thing
my Irish guide was that I wanted
e an English robin. He replied
they didn't have any English
s in Ireland; they were all Irish
'ink I 5hould properly say that
we call the English sparrow is
'he En,lisi sparrow at all, but a
which i- lonnd all over Eurone,
,;rhaps over C. large part of Asia,
as been s9 fuu:d since the days
;r:,, and perbapi some thouca',ds
ari before C.hrist appeared on
e sparrow was first brought to
ountry to destroy the loathsome
a wbich swarmed in the trees of
ities. The sparrows annihilated
and we have not had them it
to any considerable extent since,
h if the sparrows were all killed
probably we might have them
. The sparrows in our cities are
sent among our best scavengers,
g up all manner of refuse in the
a, 1ybich might endanger public
, and a good many thousands of
en have, first and last, obtained
happinoss by feeding.them on
inter days when the ground has
covered with snow.
regard to the methods proposed
stroying them, if poison is used
will be much danger that rats
at the poisoned birds and go into
of our houses to die. Tnere will
nsiderable danger also that cats
e poisoned from eating them,
erhaps stray dogs, and suffer a
painful death, and it is not im
ie that scme of these poisoned
may find their way into some of
estaurants. If, on the other
it is proposed to kill them by
ng, then a good many other
will be likely to be shot, and
s some cats, dogs, cattle, horses,
saibly human beings.
as been charged that eparrows
her birds. I do not believe any
ver saw any other bird that bad
illed by a sparrow. I have re
many lettes from people wh
e that sparrows live happily with
birds, and that where there are
arrows other birds are quite as
as in places where the sparrow!
My impre-sion is that the scarci
song birds is eaused by the bird
ns who kill them for millinery
ses and for food. I bave bafore
t this moment a letter just re
from a' gentleman who sayi
e saw in New Orleans in one
ng more tharn one. hundred deaf
offered for sale by a colorec
ther point Iworth considering is
* sparrows eat many mothts, mil
microbes pefore ,the other bird
em t .reater or Wes eteni
gh the summer. I think the
hty created the sparrows for
urpose and that they are useful
feed them every day id winter
I think they need food.~6&eo T,
l in Oatr Dumb Animals.
py i., toe man or woman who
ot a g,2od hear ty meal withom'
a~ fterward. If you ca'nnor
take KODoL DYSPEPsIA CURE.
it wha~ you eat, and cures all
of D: spepsia and Indigestion
o not mind do;ing away with the
ald 'we,' " said Editor Cutting,
wthen a fellow comes into the
with a c!ub and tries to abolis?
!torial eye, it is a very differew
e s not require an expert to de
tect the qufferer from kidney trouble.
The hollow cheeks, tihe sunken eyes.
the dark, puffy circle; under the eyes,
the sallow parsnip-colored complexion
A physician would ask if you had
rheumatism, a dull paio or ache in the
uack or over the bip;, stomach trou
ble, desire to urinate often, or a burn
ing or scalding ini passing it; if after
passing there is an unsatisfied feeling
as if it must be at once repeated, or ji
the urine has a brick dust deposit or
When these symptoms are present,
no time should be lost in removing the
IDelay may lead to gravel, catarrh of
the bladder, infhammation, causing
stoppage, and sometimes requiring tho
drawring of the urine with instruments,
or may run into Bright's Disease, the
most dangerous stage ot kidney trou
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the
great discovery of the emirent kidney
and bladder specialist, is a positive
remedy for such diseases. Its repu
tation is world-wide sad iL is so easy
to get at any drug store that no one
need suffe~r any length of time for
want of it.
However, if you prefer to first test
its wonderful merits, mention the
News and Herald and write to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Bisghamnton, N. Y.,
for a sample bottle and book telling
all about it, both sent absolutely free
Esily, Quickly, Permanently Restored
.e to Cure !rmomna, IFits, Dizz: -as Hxytteria,
'ervous Debility, Lost Viidity, Fem':ml Lo'sses,
Faiingr Memory-the result cf Over-work. Worry,
Skns, Errors of Youth or Ortr-inddgence
Price 50c. anti $1: 6 boxes SS.
For quiCk. positive :';r lastin restls in Sexual
Weakness. Im,w'tenev. .Nervo;.s Deblity and Lns:
Vitai:y. ute YE.LOW LArEL. SFEC:AL-doube
strengtih - .f il ve str egth:o,d tone t' every' part
and eff'ct ;'c:e::n;r,ac:re. C:!e:.;es: and be't,
.TJ J. OBEA~R, Druggi=t,
The Kind You Have Always E
in use for over 30 years, i
~ and ha!
All Counterfeits, Imitations a
periments that trifle with a
Infants and Children-Expe1
What is C,
Castoria is a substitute for C:
"and Soothing Syrups. It is :
contains neither Opium, Mo
substance. Its age is its gum
and allays Feverishness. It
Colic. It relieves Teething '
and Flatulency. It assimilal
Stomach and Bowels, giving
The Children's Panacea-Th+
Bears the F
The Kiid You 1a
in Use For 0
THC CENTAUR COMPANY. 7? MU
Silver-Plated Table Spoons,
Teaspoons and Medium Forks
that I will sell at
Cost for Cash.
To letter them, at cost prices,
will be THREE CENTS PER
Come and see them.
IIn all Conditions of!
whether from overwork, in protrac.
!ted illness, cr in convalescence, 5
=the digestive organs partake of the a
5general weakness, and are unable
5to assimilate sufficient food to build
i up the wasted tissues. In such
=is just the nutritive tonic you need.=
"It gives tone to the stomach, and
j stimulates the appetite. It aids the I
Sdigestion of food, and brings re- =
Mannfacturers' Agents for the
Our .l R. S. C. McKEOWN is a Tele
phone craink too.
Phone in our COI N WELL, 5.C
offlee on Wim isboro,
and Chester line. 4-6-ly
Keep the system in perfect or
:!er by the occasional use of
'Putt's Liver Pills. They reg
ulate the bowels and produce
A Vigorous Body.
For sick headache, malaria, bil
iousness, constipation and kin-'
dred diseases, an~absolme cure
WUTT'S Liver P LLS
Sbs,Ee caboa44 Cab .
ought, and which has been
as borne the signature of
; been made under his per
ptervision since: Its infancy..
o one to deceive you in this.
;nd Substitutes are but Ex
nd endanger the health of
ience against Experiment.
zstor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
Earmless and Pleasant. It
rphine nor other Narcotic
trantee. It destroys Worms
cures Diarrhea and Wind
'roubles, cures Constipation
Les the Food, regulates the
healthy and natural sleep,
3 Mother's Frien'd.
to Alays Boug
ter 30 Years.
RRAY STRCCT. NCW YORK CM-7.
A Wife ays:
"We have four chilre With the first
three I suffcrcd almost n: arblk pains from
12 to i4 hours, and hd _ bt o.a:ed under
the influence of chlarofor-. i .:ed three
bottles of Mother's Frie:d before our iael
child came, which
is a strong, fat and -
healthy boy, doing
my housework up Y
tow?L:ni two hQurs - -
of birth, and suf
fered b~tafewhard ( ,_:i'
pains. This lini
ment is the grand-l / % i
est remedy ever-/
will do for every woman what it tid for the
Minnesota mother who writes the above let'
mistak>. to be paido frin paim and suffering.
Mot/;cr's Friend equips the patient with a
strong body and clear intellect, which in
turn are imparted to the child. It relaxes
the muscles and allows them to e:::and. It
relieves morning sickness and nervousness.
It puts all the organs concerned in perfect
condition for the final hour, so that the actual
labor is short and practically painless. Dan
ger of rising or hard breasts is altogether
avoided, and recovery is merely a matter ol
a few days.
Druggists seHl Mother's Friend for S1 a bottle.
The BracM.X Icgulator Co., Atlanta, Ga.
L... Send for our frec Illustrated book.
bE" almost en
era. It gives
e twAteir worke
p etly. That makes preg
nancy less painful, shortens
chifd-birth. It helps a woman
bear strong healthy children.
\\i ELQE E ' *
hes also broug'ht happiness to
tl(onsands of homes barren for
years. AMew dosesoftenbrings
dy to - ving hearts that long
for a d. ing baby. No woman
should neglect to try it for this
trouble. It cures nine cases out
of ten. All druggists sell Wine
of Cardui. $r.oo per bottle.
rections, addess givi n poms
T~ at3oga Meiie Co., hta
Mr.o0IArL efrerson, Ga., says:
" Jfirst took Wine or Cardul
chirn. i ne.
Prof . W.E.2/ e?e5wh
l makes a specialt of
ed more cases than any
We have heard of cases
'of so years' standing
THE UNDERSIGNED II AS PUR.
chased the interest of the estate of F. '
Gerig, deceased, in the stock of goods
of Gerig & Seigler, and solicits the L
trade of the people of Fairfield County.
Plows, -Hlas, Hriiss, 3die, i
of all kinds, and everything foun..
in a FIRST-CLASS HARDWARE
The trade of the friends and cns
tomers of Gerig & Seigler is fully a. -
preciated, and the undersigned hope- j
they may find it to their interests to a
continue their business relations with
J. W. SEIGLER.
DYDR THE WOOL
Coni~ to tIie Froilt A~iu.
H E IS A HUSTLER IN THE
grocery line-buys and sells
more goods for CASH than any other
store in town. He believes in
Otick Sales and SMall Pro!its
HONESTY AND SQUARE DEAL
ING is his motto. If you want FINE
GROCERIES give him a call and be
Porto Rico Molasses,
Would make a man strike his mother.
JUST TRY SOME.
J. D. MCARLEY & co.
25c. per peck.
WHITE DENT CORN,
ORANGE CANE SEED.
A full supply of
W. A. W.
-The registered stallion W. A. W
will be at the stables in rear of Mr.
Henry Refo's store Friday and Satur
day of each week ; balance of time on
the farm. He is seven years old, bay,
'with hlack points. Has good bone
and muscle; no blemish or defect. He
is kind in disposition and a perfect
roadster. His sire is the celebrated
Red Wilkes, His dam, Betsy Baker, C
was sired by Dictator, who was the t
sire of Jay-Eve-See, 2.10, of Director,
2.07, of the invincible Directum, 2.04,
the grandsire of Nancy Hlanks, the
qugcn of trotters, and the sire of many.
others of extreme speed.
Terms, $15.00 to insure marc with *
foal. For extended pedigree and cer
tiked record address
JOHN G. MOBLEY,
4.4-tilang1 Winnsboro, S. C.
Life Assurance Society
.of the United States.
- The management of the
EquitableEIle Assurance Society
ithsterrity is desirous of secur- y'
ing the service of a man of char
acter and ability to represent its
interest with Winnsboro as head
quarters. The rigbt man will be
*thoronghly educar'ed in the science a1
Sof life insurance and the art of er
Ssuccessful soliciting. There is no
Sbusiness or p,rofession not re
*quiring capital which is more re
__nwnerative than a life agency
~conducted with energy and abil-4
Sity. (Correspondence wi?h meni
whodesreto secure permanent(
emnploymenlt and are ambitions to!
attain promnleice in the profes
slon5 is invited.~roy g.
- -19-3w 1..ck H:ll, -. C.
Scnd-band Wes, all makes, 3.e0 up.
Wite for c~ara lPiClam,
YethNinth CSt. Chaelni PA
entral Time Between Columbiaan4Jack
sonville. Eastern Time Between Co.
lumbla and Other Points.
Effective March 12, 1899.
\ rl buuJ !No. 34PNo. 36 No.
Nlorthbound. DN DaU
v. J'vmlle. F.C.&P.Ry.-- 8 20a 8 li2Op
Savannah......... 12 859 12099 s wD
.r.Columbia .......... 4 8Sp 4 45
v. Char'ton.SC&GRR. 7 00 a 5 30p.
r. Columbia........ 1100.10 --..
,vAugust,S. s""(Y" 2 40p1 9 8p 5 40p
Amkevl............ 2 50 p 10 lOp 5 ip .
Trenton............. 836p 11 OOp 6Sp
' Johnstons........3. 49p 11 20p 6 46p
r. ColumbiaU'n. dep't. 5 20p 2 10 a 8 2Op
i Col'bia Bland'g st... 5 45p 655 8 49p
Winnsboro.......-- p 7 O s p
'Chester ........... 726p 747z 10 17p
RockHill.......... 7 .8p 821a 1045p
h. Charlotte............ 8 45p 915a a 84P
' Danville......... 1255a 122p 307a
Lr. Richmond ......... 6 25p ........
Lr. Washington ........ 7 55a 905p 945a
' BaltimorePa.R.E.. 912a 1125p 1105a
' Philadelphia........ 1185 2566 1 o,
' New York........... 203 p 6 28a 8 58p
Southbound. No. 31 No. 83 No. 85
Exaun Daily. Daily.
,v. New York.Pa..E. 12 00n 8 00p 1215a8
" Philadelphia........ 2 26p 5 84p 8 b0 a
Baltimore........ 4 p 7 55p 612a
,v. Wash'ton, So. Ry.. 5 Sop 9 20p U 15'a
,v. Richmond ............. 1210nt 1201m
,v.Danville............ 1210s 415a .05p
"Charlotte ........... ". 44A 8 15a 10 Dp
" Rock Hill........ '25a 900a U14p
" Chester............. 454a 935* 11 8V
" Winnsboro.......... 584a 10 12 82 a
1r Col'bia Bland'g mt... 80D 11 a 187 a
,v. ColumbiaUn.dep't. 6 50. 1145& 4 0.a
" Johnstons.......... 8 27a 1 28p 6 00
" Trenton............. 840 alSp 6825p
t.r. Aiken............. 920a 2 15p 7806
" Graniteville ...... 908a 2 07p 7 07 a
Agusta.. 9 40a 245 p 80
Lv. Col'ba, 8.C.&G.Ry. ..... 8 id
r. Charleston ...............-... 17p 100S
Lv. Col'bia, P.C.&P.Ry. 5 40 a 10855 12 d7 a
" Savannah........... 9 2a 8$07p 5 08
tr. Jacksonyille........ 100- 740pO 900a
SLE,SING CAB 8 EVIO10.
Nos. EL and 32--NEW YORK AND FLO
DLYMIMbTED. , Solid. Vestibuled Train of
81Mtm Cars. Ob
Caraaatd sment Cr, and Diaa
t t. AugustloOt cbang be
ville, Savannah, Colunbia, CbA lo
Washington. Pullman Dra a vom
Lng Cars- between Augusta and oen
Oeoting with this train at ColumbibW the
1ocommodation of Au ad.AIk traA ae
Ezojl)ent dily ger service
Wrida and Now ork.
os. 33 and 64-New York and Florida E
press. Drawin-Room Sleeping Cars betweed
Amanitsonvill vannah, Washington
Pullman Sleeping Cars between Charlotte
nd Richmond. -
Nos. 35 d 86-U . Fast Mail. Trough
Pallman =wing room bufet sleeping
tween Jacksonville and New York
mian sleeping cars between Augusta and Char
lotte. Dining cars serve all meals earoute.
Pullman sleeping cars between Jacksonville
ad Columbia, enroute daily between Jackaon
vvile and Cincinnati, via Asheville.
RANKS. GANNON, J..;CULP,
r V-P. & Gen. Mgr. T. M, Washington.
W.A. TURK. S. H. HARDWICK,
G. P. A.. Washingtcn. G. P. A., Atlanta.
THE EASY RIJI G
HE MOST MOD.r.;RN SEWING
MACHINE OF THE AGE, EM
BRACING ALL OF TifE.
Range of Work,
Old Sewing Machines taken im ex
Dealers wanted in unoccupied terri
ry. Correspondence solicited.
. H. DERBYSHIRE,
BE BUILDING, R[CHMOND, VA
W HAT YOU WILL H AVE FOR
ur next meal.
JUST RING '71
id your worry will be over. You
n find everything you wat in.a
Always keep a nice line of
ive me a "ring-up" and your order
I be promptly filled.
. S. McCarley.
FRUANA wvlcureeRheuna.iam and'
Qs..nInsa to May QuenL
Granting Permission to the Amerisan
Telephone and Telegraph, Company
of South Carolina, its Sunesssors and
Assig. to Construot, Operate and
Maintain its lines of Telephone and
Telegraph upon, along, . over
under the Highways and Streets of
the Town of Winnsboro,-0ounty of
1irield and State of South Caro
Section 1 Be it ordained by the Town
C.nneil of Winnsboro, County of
Fairield and State of South Carolina,
that th,e Amercan Telephote and tel+s
craph Company of South Caroiius, Its
succe:o-8 a'd assigns be, and the
san e i' hereby. grarred the right,
privilt - and authority toonstruet,
*ip- ?ate 4^m! maintain its lines of tele
.no; e and telegraph, including the
. eearn poles. wires ad fixtures
I p.m;, R'0ot4, over and under the high
wm.r and streets of said tdwn of
W4i:nsburo upon the terms and condi.
tit=ns h^: einafter provided.
Sction 2. The said Comphiny shall
esablisb connection in said town with
its lines eod maintain same as long as
the net expense of maintaining suh
sonnection in said town does notel
esed the gross receipts derived there
Sectiod 8. All poles shall be erected
under the direction and supervision of
the Committee on Streets, whie coa.
mittee shall designate the streets apon
which such poles shall be ereeted,
always- allowing said Cemb Ly rea"
sonable facilities for rue sub
points as its business may re*ire;
and all streets and sidewalks that may
be disturbed or mad, in the ecn
straction of the said lines, ihali be
promptly replaced and repaired by the
said L ompany at its own expense, ad
to the satisfaction of the said Commlt'
tee on Streets, and all poles sab. be
neat, -' mmetrical and so loested as
not to i.erfere with the public use of
-aid highways or streets.
Section 4. Said Company shall be
sUIi "ct to ordinances now in force, or
that may be hereafter passed relative
to the use of the public hways or
streets of the said town of WhMA o.
Seetion 5, Nothing in this Ordinanee
coutained shall be construed to grant
to the said Company an exclusive
franehise and the said Town Council
hereby reserves the right to grant a
like eonsent to any otLer cempany,
person or persons for like'purposes
Seetion 7. Said Company shall hojd
said town free and harmless fom all
damages, or claims for damages, aris
ing by reason of the erection or negli
gent maintenance of said lines.
Seetion 7. This Ordinance shill be
in force and effeat from and- fr-its
Done in I!nctthis Shfh day of
April, A. D.1899.
L. s.] JAS. E. COAN,
Attest: JNO. J. NEIL,
4-8 Clerk of ConniL
-We offer the
JOR THE UNPRECEDENTED PiCE
aiiWe will sell on instal
JORDAN & UAVla
FORTY N[CE TENNESSEE AND
KENTUCKY MULES at my stabtles
in Winnsboro, from three to five years
old. These mules can be bought'obeep
for cash or on good baukablejtaper,
payable in the Fall. Come one, come
all wbo need good mules. I will ex
change them for broken down mule.
or plug mules.
I alsobhave a few good Mares and a
couple of good Saddle Horses,'one
new Two-horse Wagon and ons good
[ also keep on hand a few
sud will sell them cheap for cash or
exchange them for dr) cattle. Always
ready 5or a trade.
I have engaged Mr. S. B. CRA W
5'ORD for the season, and he will be
pleased to see any and all of his amny
SWinnsboro, S. U. -
MONEY TO LOAN~
On farming lanId4. Easy payments;
i c'enmi* ions 'arged. Bopewer
hV aictual ce't of perfecting loan,
a' rest 8 per cznt.
JOJN B PALMER k SON,
Columbia, S. C.,
or A. 8. k W. D). DOUGLM
10.. 1Winneboro, &