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WINNSBORO. S. C.
Saturday, June 3. - - - 1899
THE News and Herald does not
claim that it was the only newspaper
in the .United States to say in effect
that the Philippine Islands would cost
us more than $20,000,000, but it may
be mentioned that when it was an
nou.ced that the peace commission
had agreed that America should pay
/ this sum, we then ssid that the islands
would be a uever-ending source of
trouble and would cost the United
States many times the $20,000,000 and
the sacrifice of many lives. It was
not a hard thing to predict. The in
habitants are tot'tlIy different from us,
in every respect, and it w:s not to be
expected that they would understand
us. Besides there was a strong sus
picion that in some quarters these
islands were wanted purely f.>r specu
lation purposes, and that they were to
be taken to satisfy the greed of this
element. We also said that tebel.ions
would break out at fregnent intet vals,
and . they would not be easily put
down. The cost to the United States
is already many times twenty million
dollars, and the end is not in sight.
Gen. Otis has advised Secretary Alger
30,000 men are needed. The rest that
Gen. Otis says in this di.patch is not
made public. A call willibe made for
10,000 men to increase the army in
the far east. We are just beginning
to see how high imperiallsm comes,
and the stamp act is still gAdng on.
Sou of th; newspapers are trying
hard to open the campaign for Gover
nor Es-Governor Shepperd; Lieut.
Gov. licSweeney, aid'Col. Jones are
being adve C Can't we have a
FY~es i smmer from pQ}itics? Really
it would be a great thing if we could
have a rest for several years.
Tu article which we pnblish this
morning taken trom thi News anjd
Courier, showing that every case of
typhoid fever is the rsalt of filth
s>mewhere shoald receive the a?len
tion of every town conil.
UNITBD CONFEDERATE VETERANs.
The Annual Convention 'winl Meet in Chee
* ter on the 26th of July.
Charleston, Jane 1, 1899.
* 1. The annual convention of 1899 of.
the South Carolina Division, U. (2. V.,
at the hospitable invitation of the peo
pIe of Chester, will meet at Chester,
S. C., Wednesday, July 26th, at 10
2. Arrangementa are now be'ng
made by the quartermaster general
and'the veterans at Chester to secnre
the lowest rates of railroad fare for
veterans and other visitors. It is pre
'sumed that we will -secure as hereto
fore for all our conve.ntions a rate, not
exceeding one cent ier mile traveled,
from all points within ihe S:st.e.
3. Each camp, regime:t and brigade
will appoint one spo;;s r, who wiill
select her maid of honor, 'o represent
tham at the reunion. 'l I.e sponsois
and their maid of honor, th.e eponsors
bear-ing a banner of their r e-i.estive
brigade, regiment or camp, will be
presented to the convention at an.ap
propriate time, to be named hereafter.
4. Camps will bring their camp baui
ners, and will carry thpm into the con
5. At some convenient hoir, to ba
announced at the convei'tim, a meet.
- ing will be held of the c' ,ianders of
camps, colonels of reg . -.ts, and
generals of brigades, to t. *. ret>orts
upon the standing of their comnu1ds.
They will come prepared to miak full
reports as to numbers of members and
-the work they are accomplishing, and
cther matters bearing upon the activity
and life of the camps.
8. The committee on the Confederate
Woman's Mnnument will please meet
the chairman at the convention hall, at
6 o'cloch p. mn., July 26th.
'7. The cbrplain of all camps oi t his
division, and of the regiments and
brigades, will plea se meet the chaplain
general at the convention hill, at 5
o'clock p. in., July 26th.
8. Chester extends to as a loving
welcome, and offers us her most boun
titul hospitality. Comrades, show
*your appreciation, by coming in large
numbers. Let us gather, perhaps tor
the last time for many of us, and do]
honor to the holy memories which bind
'us so closely together.
By order of C. Irvine Walker,
James G. Holmes,
Adjutant General, Chief of Stsfi
Discovered by a Woman.
Another great discovery has been
made, and that too, by a ]ady in this
country. "Disease fastened its clutches
upon her and for seven years sbe
withstood its severest tests, but her
vital organs were undermined and
death seemed imminent. For three
months she coughed incessantly, and
could not sleep She finally discovered
a way to recovery, by purchasing of
us a bottle of Dr. King's :New Dis
covery for Consumption, and was so ,
much relieved o'i taking first dose, that
she slept all night; and with two hot
tIes, has been absolutely cured. HIer
name is Mrs. Luther Lutz. "Thus
writes W. C. Hammick & Co., of
Shelby, N. C. Trial bottles free at
McMate Co.'s drug store. Regnlar
sins 50c and $1.00. Every bottle
MrP. W. M. Lenoir and children
returned to Hagood on Friday aftr
ijting relatives in town- i
Yews and Courier.
A correspondent, who has evidently
ollowed with intelligent interest the
>rolonged and able discussion of the
ame subject in these columns, kindly
ends us the following abstract of an
Lrticle by W. S. Thayer, of Baltimore,
ntitled "Recent Investigations upon
.falaria," and printed in the Medical
sews, May 20, 1899:
"Up to the last year our ideas as to
the manner of infection in malaria
have been mainly speculative. There
have been three chief hypotheses:
(1) That the disease is acquired
through the gastro intestiaal tract.
(2) That infection takes place through
the inhaled air. (3) That the poison
may gain access to the body through
the bites of insects.
This solution of this problem has
been greatly delayed by our ignorance
as to the form in which the malarial
parasites exist ontside the human
body. Experiment and analysis of
the evidence go to show that there is
little to support the view that the di
seaae may be acquired through the
gaitro-intestiual tract. Experiments
made by Mariotti and Ciarrochi,
Machiifava and Celli, Marino, Zeri,
Grassi and Feletti have shown that
the administration of large quantities
of water, from highly malarious dis
tric.s, by the mouth and otherwise,
and by inhalations, as well as the
actual ingestion of blood containing
living malarial :parasites, is- incapable
of causing infection."
This is a truly formidable paper, on
the face of it, to be sure; but on-care
ful consideration of its contents we
do not find anything in them to cause
us to abandon the position we have
The solution of the problem, it is
conceded to begin with, has been
greatly delayed by our ignorance
with regard to the chief factor in it,
and the conclusions which follow, it
not exactly based on that ignorance,
are, at least, of a negative character.
Experiment an: analysis of the evi
dence, it is further stated, go to show
that "there is little to suppert the
view" that malaria may be acquired
through the gastro-intestinal tract,
and we stand on that little until it is
shown that the disease is usually ac
quired otherwise than through the
The experiments of Mariott, Ciar
rochi, Machiafava, Celli, Zeri, Grassi
and Feletti were well planned, no
doubt, and possess a certain curious
interest, but more cannot be strictly
claimed for those gentlemen than that
they failed signally to produce malaria
in subjects chosen for the purpose by
the means which they employed. If
their experiments cau be held to prove
aryihing, it would be, in our view,
that they have ;ghted on the wrong
parasite, and that the true malarial
parasite has eluded them as it has
eluded so many investigators before
them, and that "cur ignorance as to
the form in which it exists outside of
the human body" has not- been en
lightened by their laborions investi
gations. Some parasites, it is well
known, change their form entirely in
changed conditions and
the same germs, o
into vastly unlike
animals. We do
or how far, these facts apply to the
case in point, but it is pertinent to
remember and remark, in any event,
that Messrs. Mariotti & Conyipany have
been experimenting whb ily with
italian maladia, and we have no reason
to assume that their investigations
have shed or will shed any particular
light on tbe American variety-which
is the kind we are interested in.
For ourse:ves we are well assured,
by the mass or evidence to that effect,
which we have read--some of it from
excellent medical authority--that
any family or community in this part
of the world can avoid contracting the
native malaria by drinking only natu
rally or artificially sterilizsd water
and milk; and eating no fruit or vege
tables taken from the ground in sus
picious places; and not walking about
in wet grass, in the summertime; and,
perhaps, not bathing the body, or
washing the face, or brushing the
teeth, with doubtful water-as it is
not known whether the parasites can
crawl, or not, and it is well to take no
chances on that point.
For the rest, we have- to add only,
that if any scientific person doubts that
American malaria can be contracted
out of hand by fiooding the gastro
intestinal tract with water from a
'pond, for instance, in a highly ma
larious American district, that ques
tion at least can be settled directl by
a practical experiment, and vwe are
quite willing to assist, in our humble
and unscienmific stay, in making it at
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We guarantee prompt atten
- - - tion.
Winthrop College Scholarship
and Entrance Examinations.
T HE EXA MINATIONS FOR T HE
Tard of vacant scholarships in Win
trop College and for the admission of
ew students will be held at the <onnty
ourt House on Friday, July 21st, at
A pplicants must not be le.cs thman fif
een years of age.
When scholarships are vacated after
uly 21st, they will be awarded tc
tose making the highest average at
The cost of attendance, including
oard, furnished room, heat, light and
ahing, is only $8.50 per month.
For further infor mation' and a cata
PRESIDENT D. 13. JOHNSON.
5-25tilJuly1 Rock Bill, S. C.
Extract of Beef.
telling how to prepare many deli
cate and delicious dishes.
ddress, Liebig Co., P 0 Box, 2718
IN ALL ITS DEPA RTMENTS
~ih a full stock of Caikets, Bnriad
~ases and Coffins, constantly oni hantd,
nd us- o.f hearse when rt quested.
ankful for past patronage and solici
ation for a share in the fnuure, in the
alls aitended to a: all hou;s.
THE ELLIOTT Gi SHOP,
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Bought, and which has been
has borne the signature of
is been made under his per
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no one to deceive you in this.
and Substitutes are but Ex
and endanger the health of
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orphine nor other Narcotic
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cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Troubles, cures Constipation
tes the Food, regulates the
' healthy and natural sleep.
te Mother's Friend.
ye Always Bouglit
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fact that many physicians think
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that most remedies fail, it must be
true that RHEUMACIDE is the
'greatest medical discovery of the
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of miany well known people sent
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Mrs. L.OUISA HA.E I
oftierson, Ga., says:
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IRS. VINTIROl' WILLIAMS,)
Waverly Mills, P. 0.,
Georgetown County, S. C. 5-25
AT COST. I
-- I HAVE
--24 : Set$
Silver-Plated Table Spoons,
Teaspoons and Medium Forks
that I. will sell at
Cost for Gash.
To letter them, at cost prices,
will be THREE CENTS PER
Come and see them.
C. M. CHANDLER
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 Satuir
day of each week; balance of time on
the farm. He is seven years o!d, bay,
with black 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,
was sired by Dictator, who was the'
sire of Jay-Eye-See, 2.10, of Director,
2.07, of the invincible Direatum, 2.G4,
the grandaire of Nancy Hanks, the
qecn of trotters, and the iire of many
others of extreme speed.
Terms, $15.00 to insure mare witb
foal. For extended pedigree and cer
tified record address }
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antral Time Between Celumbiaand Jack
sonville. Eastern Time Between Co
lumbia and Other Points.
Effective May 3, 1899.
c. J'ville, F.C.&P.P.y...........11 2& 0p f
Savannah................. 1 09P
r. Columbia -................. -
v. Charleston, So. By..........7005 90
r. Columbia. ............- .. - - 1 - -. -.-l
iugusta, y. .... . -- - --
Granitevile ............ 0P
Trenton.................... p 110
r. ColumbiaUn. dep't..........5 20p 210
v Col'bia Bland'g st..........p.. 5 55
Winnsboro..............68 p 60
Chester ...................... 720p 787
Bc'kBil.............. P 11a
X. glmrePa.B.E......... 912a 11 2p
.12 35 p 1 0 t
Pbl]adeI7 00 53 8097l
,. WAIh'to*, So. 1t 1115.. 7955 l8P
,v.cb1nd1.............1 00 p 101m
v.Danville............... 410. O P
"Char toe............... 816a 20Op
~Bock rril ...............I 9 2 * u ip
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~ 09. 1021 p
Lr Col'bia Bland' g st......... 1125a 1
,v. ColnbiaXT.dep't. 11 45 1
Jonstons 201..............012p a
Trenton .......... 88 6 0 a
r.Aiken ................ 215p.
Granvi lle... ............ 207p 7 07
A. u ic o .................... 2 05p 002
4. gmiato............... 7 55p a89o5
lr..Charlestn............. 8 17a 11 204
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Excellent daly. .ner service between
to'ida and'g ok.
No. and8-ew York and Florida
"reh. D.aw.z.oom Sleeping Cars between
iugusta and ew York.
Pullman drawing room sleeping crs between
raJackonville, Savanah. Washington
nd i rew York.
Pullman Sleeping Cars between Charlotte
Nos 85an 36-US. Fast MaiL Through
.uipan dris1g room bnfet sleeping c arsbe
.ee Jacksonville and New York andl Pall
a .sleepi.g car between and Chr
l ote.Dning* cars aerve .inmals enroute.
'ulIan leeingcars between Jacksonville
.s. Columbia, enroute daily between Jackson
r9 2e and Cincinnati, e
'RK S. GANNON, J. N. CULP.
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G. P. A.. Washington. G. P. A. Atlanta.
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live a hpwinfoe Sge wrte
ave use othrsen efr
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in, aihmnd.si ao ol e m
tes.5 Sufed very S lital. Thraou
oes ecantsev motes soute.
'uho esri cos the lacsnve
au th poesrofte sk a dily eacsob
r and icminto irsectcotate. t
Tid sP absoren. bgr the p.,rtsintone.
G. P.recd eveWshntong labor A.,elft.
onimetiFr n lms ihu
~rgItssf O Pe' -eedWrtaee
Tedfoo RYfe oko .sbet
Tri-WeW, $3 a Year in Adan RO
Weekly, $1.50 a Year-in Advan 9.
and everything in job 1ine done
as.cheaply as anywhere else
Every penny spent
home is kept at home.
I STILL HAVE LEFT OVER SIX _
YOU7NG KENTUCKY MMLES, five
of them broken, which I will sell
cheap or -exchange them for broker
I also have ONE HE AVY
TEAM -anitable for log
monles, and a few PLUG
MULES, which I will sell
lo0w for cash. Also T WO
GOOD SADDLE AND
I have one -COW AND'CALF and
wa see gpd- rngers, anid a n
Winnsborn, S. C.
WE HAVE THEM
AT PRICES TO
htW.DOTY & 0: