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Thjtrslay, April 20, - -11899
England has been in the expansion
business a long time, and what the
English Newspapers have to say about
it is to a great extent authoritative
because the opinions are expreased
upon experience. The London Timis
- says: 'A much graver matter is tne
reporte-1 disc>ntent of tha American
soldiers, but here also all sountries
pursuing a foreign policy, have had
the satne "difficlty to contend with,
and no doubt the United States will
soon find- it- advisable to imitate Eu
ropean measures and to enlist a rean
lar fore , for the pu?pose of holding
the Phi:ippines. Foreign po;sessious
cannot be held by volunteers " T hi,
is dovtals correct in the main. N)
one d -ahts that tt,c American voinr[
teer wi:l d> his duty wherever plh.e-d,
but as t .ey ja3s:y say thtey enlisted to
free tte Philipines and noc to fight
them. It is natural thtt they sh->uld
not teel any interest in these islauds on
the other side of the world, and wh-:
they onrce get away frorm them, it wtil
be a hard matter to ge: them back
there a, soldiers. A cabinet memb?r
is repo:-ted as s"ying ihit a ca' wi;
- not be ude just now f>r v.,lun:e=rr,
to g> to the Philippines, a:d thai in
his opinion, the insurga'uts will soon
find it quite a different thing ighting
Americans from fighting Sp inia: uh.
Contrary to this we seem to be ful
lowing he fate of Spain in the islands
Gen L:.wton says that he c,uid march
with his brigade from o.e end of the
" Island of Luzon to the other, b:t that
-he could not hold the positions cap
_ - tured. Volunteers will become tired
of hold-3 g positions merely to gratifi
the greed of the land grabbers. In a
year their term of enlistment will hav,
expired, and more volunteers wili be
a - required. For the Philippines alone
- it is estimated thit 100,000 troops wilt
be need t> hold the islauda and keep
* down rebellions, even after auinaldo
hrs been conquered. Where will these
volunteers come from? We do ntot
* think tney will be easily obtained, and
in. bonsegzence a standing army of
100,$00 will bave to be maintained to
id..eneW possesei-::ns in the far
st, andsPorto Ricot will hive. to be
cared for. We shall likeiy find as
England has doneAhat it does not pay
-to own territory in the tropics. That
* they are a never ending source of
trouwne, and instead of paying the
home government, they arn a dead
. expense. Fortunately some power is
left with the people in the~ United
States, and they may have something
to say about our new foreign plicy.
- . TR E SAMoAN Q UESTION.
The Literary Digest.
* TheGerman Go~verna -'-t a':knowl
edges ti.at Consul R%e 2t:ted in vio -
lation of the Berlin Trea'y when he
preveunt'e .Chief Jast ice 'Chambers
. rom bo.adina court; but G.erzn my in.
- sists thatMir. Chambers himself wds
. the cause of all the trouble in samoa,
and that, unless her is recalled, C'a
sul Rose will remain. The Germans
- in.Samoa, who greatly preponderate,
- no.t only in point of numbers but in
wealth and infiuence, object very
stronlgl3 to British or A'n -ricani rn!e,
and the German Govern'ont can not
afford to ignore them. 'Muw le,
- until [Dr. Solf, the new . d - ot
the Api-t municipal cou..e . ar
*' rived . at hia post, Mar aafa re'nsiue
king. The overwheiming masj>rity
are.on his side, despite the fact that
* the English missionaries promised
British protection to all who would
-join ther candidate, Tuna. Matiaafs,
according to the correspondent of the
Kolnische Zeitung, Cologne, nas 'done
anything but merit detbr nuement.
This corr espondent sa es:
"The Mataata party hbid prousise,
that no w.hite mu- won:d be touched
if 'they minded their ownm busrinoss.
The captain of the British sh:p Porpise
neverthe!ess threatene:l to take pa'
-in the fray if the na:iyves- approache2d
the Fnglisb missions. .The Samoamis,
however, took the advice of the
German- and did not give the Eng
lish the ,.oportunity they desi:ed. No
white m su as been inter feted wi:h,
and it hats not been necessary to land
an armed detachment from the German
shio. The German sai.ors came asho:e
on leave unarmed as nsaa; -le Eng
lish have an arined force--fortv.two
men-at their consul-ate, and their
sailors s.e refused leave. t, go on
The V.mische Zei tut g Berlin, says:
"The repre9entatives of t se Inrree
tresty p: wers wil! sa-:W tu marer
probably in War-hingtonm. It is cCrtain,
- however-, i bat a one-sidecd se:tiement
will not be to'erited by C--rm-a y.
For alt Lis politenesn, yon Balow i<
firm oun this point. If Germ eyv in t
subject her officials tot an tngnin ,
Great Britain and the Uni't. s at
must do the same."
The Taageblatt, B-r in, uvs Mr
Cnambet mu-t be made t-> explain:
his extra-ordinary co.nduct, especiall'
for his pretending to force the choice
of the English .missionaries upo-n 'he
Samoans under pretense of guardir~g
the interests of Germati'- w Mile *n
.posing the Germane and seeking to
- cre te an agitation which is to end in
the Americans making a present of
their interest to Great Britain. Tne
Dresdener Nachrichten is pleased to
find that the Germnan-Amerieans, who
demand jnstice for the Filipi:ios, also
expect the people of their own raea
to be treated faiily. It is not, how
ever, American prestige that has suf
fered most in Germany, but British
prestige, as the American representa
tives in Samoa are regatded as mere
tools in the hands of the astute English.
The Kolonial Zeitung says:
The careful and conciliating, yet
firm and patriotic, policy of the im
perial Gov2rnment does not permit us
to doubt that Germany will ultimately
be the gainer from an affair in which
Germnan officials have been accused,
and accused unjustly, perhaps. The
systematic lying of English and Ameri
can j>urnalists will not be permitted
to create trouble between two powers
which have no reason to become es
The Neuesteu Nachrichten, Berlin,
believes that Great Rritain will find it
very difficult to explain away her atti
tude when she endeavors to obtain
concessions from Germany, and adds:
"In this Samoan question Ureat
Britain u=es the same tactics with re
gard t> the United States and Ger;
many which she has used toward
France and Germanp Bismarch ha
always dearly pointed. out that Eng
laud holds h-r own by the policy o:
dicide et impera . Germony must re
member this, and be careful to stauc
by R,ssia-rather than England. Ger
man E:glish interest3 are more likely
to clash than German and Russi
The English press has already begat
to drop Judge Chambers, and no mor(
is heard of the necessity of purell
British rule in Samoa. The Londor
Times does not see how the Lnitec
States can refuse to dismiss Chambers,
etpecially after that famous letter.
The Outlook, perhaps the most chau
vinictic weekly in England, says:
"The excellent relations which ex
ist between Great Britain, the Unitet
Staes, and Germany elsewhere in tht
:orld are the best gnaranty that thi
divergence of interests at Samoa
where a!l three meet but d o not mix
will not be allowed to imperil peace
The state ot things which began earl,
in -annary over the election of a nea
king ecn only be described as anarchy
in which the anarchists are the repre
sei,tatives of the three great powers
How to fecu:'e good government it
these islauds is a problem which thi
cotlbine.i t'sttesmanship of L'ndn
Ber in, and Washington has yet t.
oo v,. At l1rew.PI1r they have -ecure
an as,m:ed i-e, ai no m >re."
Tie A :1k anl, N-:* ZCatzin+. Nec
think" lit, uid, r it:e prent conve:
tio', J:ige Chamnb.'rs' de:i;ion, be I
juat or wnj -t, tnn-t be carried on
a-ad regards a modifi:a' ion (f the t: cit
necessary. 1t avs :
"I is state-1 ihat the difficulty ha
been settled on the basis of the main
tenanca of the convention. But th
carrying out of the convention 'mean
the placing of Mali.toa on the thron
in nursuance of the decision of th,
chief justice delivered under its pro
vision". Are the treaty powers t,
land a force and drive Mataafa an<
his people out of Apia? This wouli
involve the maintenance of a fore
there to to prevent any attack. Bs
sides, it m st be clear to all that 'th
maintenance of the c.onvention' mean
the risk of the recu:rence of suel
events as we have just had, and th
prevention of any progress for Samoa
An earnest atterapt shonld be made ti
solve the difficulty in some othe
How to Find Out.
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W. A. W.
The registered stallion W. A. W.
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- : R H E U M A T 1 0" A M : I s R
A Sure Gure.
Granting Permission 'to the Amer
Telephone and Telegraph Comp -
of South Carolina, its Snesesors
Assigns, to Construct, perate
Maintain its lines of Telephone
Telegraph upon, along, over
under the Highways and $treet
the Town of Winnaboro, Count
lairleld and State of Msth of
Section 1 Be it ordained by the T
-Connsil of Wlnnsioro, County wa
Fairield and State of -Sonth Caro d of
that the Amercan Telephone and
graph Company of South Carolin
successors and assigns be, and , ite
same is hereby, granted -the \the
privilege and authority to cons
operate and'maintain its lipee.of
phone and telegrapb, insla
necessary poles; wires and *the
upon, along, over and under the
ways 'and -streets of said
Wi~nnsboro upon the terms. sa
Section 2. The saId Vompa*y
establish .enneotionlin aid.teya
its lines end' maintain sam a
the not expense of msfitul&Img
eonaeeticn said jog
.seed #hi~.ross --
from. - --
Section 3. All poles shall bt
under the direction -and sups ne
the Committee.en Str'eets, whieta -
mittee shall "designate the strt. pa
which sath' poles ghgU be
alw,sy;. allowing said CWpgg res.
sonable "facilities for iiiid -
points a's its business 'igy; -
and all streets and sidewalks assy
be disturbed or damaged, lnath some
strustion of L.bs said Hoes, s 6e
promptly replased and repaired b the
said t.ompany at its own - ,eman' e
to the satisfactiou of -the cu (,d
tee on Streets, and all poles. be
neat, symmetrical and so I s
not. to interfere with the pmblfc of
maid highways or streets.
Section 4. Said Company b
subject to ordinameet now info -o
that may be hereifter passed lativ -
to the use ot the public .hight' e Wi
streets of the said town of Witn so.
Section 5, Nothing.inr this Ord' n*
sontained shall be sonstrued to graun
to the said Company -an ' siwe
franshise and the .said Town anci3
hereby reserves the right to toe
like sonsent to any etLer ce pany,
person or persons for like per' '
Seetion 7. Said Odmpany s bold
said town free and harmless aSS
damages, or claims for dams pris.
ing by reason of the -erectioni -'r negli.
gent maiDISenance of~ssaid lines.
Section 7. TbIs Ordinance ekalbe
in force and effect from and aPt Is -
Done .in Council 'this fifth et ~
April, A. D. 1899.
[r,s.] JAS. B. 00 -
Attost: JNO. J. NEIL,
4-8 Clert of CounneJ
FORTY NICE TENNESSEE AND
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pas able i the Fall. :'Come o 'ce.e
all who t.eed 20od taules. I c x.
change thenm f.>'r broken d~owu~a les
,.r plug .mt~e4.
Ialso have a few gnod Mare aud a
couple of good Saddle Hdor.W, ens
new Two'-horse Wagon and ont good
I also keep on hand- a few
and will sell them obeap for ssh or
exchange them for dry cattle. AMways
ready tor a trade.
I have engaged Mz. S. B.'cSW
FORD for the seaboal, and he ' be
pia.ed tosee any and all of,-.M y
Wimsbere, S. ..
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