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NEWS AND HERALD.
PWBLI&ffND TRI 1 -'
'T. NEWS AND HERALD CO.
rEiRtk. IN AD1 *Jo I'
Gas Year.- -
Sic A.1a1I*-4 .
Taes:lay, October 9. - - 190"
DODGING THE ISSUE.
We are impressed with Mr. Bryan
assertion thit the Republican part
refuses to meet the issues of the can
paign. Mr. Hanna, the representativ
of the trusts and the power behind tb
administratic n, has made bimsel
ridiculous by declaring "there are n
trusts." Yice Presidential Candidat
Roosevelt in his tour of the West fail
to meet the issue of imperialism. I
his speech in Chicago hesaid: "Th
opponents of our Philippine polic
have actually denounced us for tb
stand we took in China." We bav
failed to see any speech or utteranc
of any Democrat in any way autbor
ised to speak for the Democratic part;
who has censured Mr. McKinley fo
his successful rescue of the Americal
legation In China.. All that we hat
have seen is an expression of fear tha
the administration would loglcall:
follow "our Philippine policy" i
China by taking a slice of that empir
and further !nvolve us in "entanglin
alliances." This assertion of Mr
Roosevelt is a weak attempt to evaJ
the real issue and to avoid meeting tah
unanswerable argument against th
imperialism of the administration. It
purpose is to turn the attention of thi
people from this serious issue, an
direct them to Chitia and t. arous,
their sympathy for the administratioi
for having saved American citizen
from the cruel fate of barbarians
The people aill not be fooled by suel
For The New.s and Herald.
TAKE UP GALVESTON'S BURDEN.
Take up Galveston's burden,
The city, sad bereft,
Her dead now number thouisands,
Oh, help th se who are left.
Take up Galveston's burden,
Ye wealthy ones, I pray:
Your homes are filled with plenty
While hers are swept away.
Take up Gilveston's burden,
-Ye poor, and ye shall find
God's blehsings flow most freeiy
To those who are most kind.
Take up Galveston'. buren, 7
*Ye weary oe n ,
ye, too, shall be glad.
Ya happ , er wailing,
Will you noth r?
Nor listen to p
.Take up Galveston's burden,
Ye full, will ye not give
Out of your great abundance
To help your brother live?
Take up Galveston's burden,
Ye clothed, give of your store,
Galveston's smitten children
So pitiously implore.
Take up Galveston's burden,
Ye whole and healthy, too,
Galveston's sick and sorrowing
Are dying, but for you.
Take up Galve,zon's harden,
0 happy family ;
Pray go and freely give iher
Thy love and sympasthy. -
Take up Galveston's burde '
Ye erring ones and blind,
Go help your fallen brother;
Forgiveness ye may find.
Take up Galveston's burden,
Ye prophets of the Lord,
Go give them words of comfort
'Found in God's Holy Word.
Take up Galveston's burden,
The Saviour speaks t"ee
"Ye did it to the least (o .,nie,
Ye did it unto we."
Jennings, S. C. L. T.
* His Life Was saved.
Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizei
of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a won
derful deliverance from a frightft
death. In telling of it he says:
was taken with Typhod Fever, the
ran into Pneumonia. My lungs be
came hardened. I was so weak
.ouldn't even sit up in bed. Nothin
helped me. I expected to soon die o
Consumption, when I heard of D.
King's New Discovery. One bottJ
gave great relief. I continued to us
it, and new am well and strong,
can't say too much in its praise." Thi
marvellous medicine is the surest an
quickest cure in the world for a
Throat and Lani Trouble. Reguls
sizes 50 ceats and $1.00. Trial bottle
free at McMaster Co.'s drug store
every bottle guaranteed.
N-If your eyes burn, smart, fe4
sticky in the morning, pain or itc
you, or if you have tears in your eye
spots flash before your eyes, or yo
hold your reading too near or too fa
or strong light hurts your eyes, or yo
have headaches, call and see the oct
list at the Hotel Duval. 18 years' em
perience. No charge for examini
For Over Fifty Years.
Mzs. WINstow's SOOTHING SYRa
has been used for over fifty years b
mlfllonse.of mothers for their childre
while teething, with perfect success
It soothes the child, softens the gami
allays all pain, cures wind colic, an<
Is the best remedy for diarrhoea ]
will relieve the poor little msffere
immedlately. Sold by druggists il
every part of the world. Twenty-fiv
cents a bottle. Be sure and ask fo
"Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,
and take no other kind. 1-1-17
A BIT OF HISTORY.
The following bit of State history
from the Greenville Mountaineer may
be of some interest to our readers:
The South Carolina Military Acad
emy was composed of the "Citadel"
located in Charleston and the "Ar
senal" in Columbia. The Arsenal was
a preparatory school for the Citadel,
and the executive mansion was one of
the buildings used for this preparatory
o school, though differently arranged at
that time, and was remodeled for its
present. rurposes. South Carolina
never owned an executive mansion in
the olden days, as the governors were
not expected to reside in Columbia
except during the sessions of the
legislature, and they were usually men
of large fortunes who resided on their
plantations, in the lower section of the
State. In radical times the "Arsenal"
was converted into an official resi
y dence for the chief magistrate, who
was then R. K. Scott, but he was the
only one of that regime who used it.
The gay and the festive Moses lived
8 during a part of his term at what was
f formerly known as the Preston man
sion, now the "College for Women,'
B on Blanding street.
Mr. Daniel C. Chamberlain lived in
s his own house not far from the ex
a ecutive mansion on Arsenal Hill.
e Governor Hampton did not occupy the
official residence during his term of
office, and it was not used again until
e after extensive repairs were made
e when Gen. Johnson Hagood became
e the executive of the State.
A Powder Mill Explosion
i Removes everythiag in sight; so do
r drastic mineral pills, but both are
2 migbty dangerous. Don't dynamite
a the delicate machinery of your 'body
with calomel, croton oil or aloes pills,
when Dr. King's New Life Pills,
F which are gentle as a summer breeze,
i do the work perfectly. Cure3 Head
e ache, Constipation. Only 25c at Mc
Master Co.'s drug store.
a The newspapers, as usual, aie giv
ing the farmers good advice. We don't
a want to be behind the times, so will
B try our band Our idea is this: Let
B the farmers bold their cotton and sow
I plenty of wbeat. That is the card to
8 play at present.-The State.
I It is well to know tkat DeWitt's
s Witch Hazel Salve will heal a burn
and stop the pain at once. It will care
eczema and skin diseases and ugly
wounds and ,oier. It is a certain cre
for piles. Cout-rfeits may be offered
you. See that you get the original De
Witt's Witch [laz.1 Salve. McMaster
6 Per Cent.
ADVA NCES M A DE ON CO r rON
stored in our warehnuse at the rate of
6 per cent per annum.
THE WINNSBORO RANK,
9-25t9 w2 T. K. Elliott, President.
- LL PARTIES INDEBTED TO
the firm of Gerig 'z Seigler will please
pay np promptly to Mr. J. W. Seigler.
If said debts are n->t paid by October
15th tbey wrill be put In the hands of
my attorney for collection.
MARY S. GERIG,
Administratrix of Estat e of F. Gerig,
deceased. 9-25 4t
iNotice to Depositors.
NOTICE IS GIVEN
that the rate of interest on deposi
the Savings Department of this Bank
will bereatter be at the rate of three
per cent per annum, payatble January
1st and July 1st, on sums deposited at
least three months prior to those dates.
The rate of four pear cent will be
allowed on present deposits, of this
class, to January 1st, prox.
THE WINNSBORO BANK,
T. K. Elliott, President.
An elegant line of
New York Biscuit
Co.'s fine Cakes and
I Chocolate Marsh Mallows.
I 5 O'clock Teas.
e Wat'er Thins.
'Dealer in Fine Groceries.
a Recently added a new
-, depart ment to our line of "Hardware,"
awhich consists of
as well as
Sand a number of novelties along this
r The at tention f thie ladies especiabiy
a la invited to Ai <tepoitment, wvhichi is
e in charge ot Niiss Laura Gerig.
r Come early and make yoe selectiona.
J W. =-IG LE R
siiling the food and Regula
ting theStonwhs andBowels of
OpniuMorphinei tor Mineral.
asixxrmse . m
A perfect Remedy for Constipa
tion, Sour Stomch.Diarrhoea,
.iess and L oss OF SLEEP.
Tac Simle Sinature of
E.XACT COPY OF WRAPPES.
To the Naotional Convention of t
Christian Church, which meets at Ka
sas City, Mo., October 12-19, t
Southern Railway will sell round ti
tickets from all points on its iiaes
thbe rate of one first-flass fare for t
round trip, pia $4 00. Tickets w
be sold October 8h 9th and 10
with final return linit to Oc'ob
23rd, inclusive. Persons at non-coup,
stations should notify ticket aLe
everal days in advance of tieir co
templated departure, in order that
may supply himielf with propun for
Also round trip tickts to the Annu
onvention, National Baptit Assoc;
.ion, at Richmond, Va., Septemb
12th-20th, at the rae one firs-ca
fare, from all po'nts on its lines, e
ept from Washinueton, D. C. at
Alsorndtri V.Tickts tol the noi
Coetbro0, atioa Bapdtih, Ai
ina Richptmnd, 22n, inpcmsi
2Tho0ha the nal cofvnon fl
jalred odd Fllowns, onitsinle, K
capt from asaionston theC aote
RAilewandi,. Tickets il be sope
pmer h,3t, and andbe 12th, wi
inal liit Septeber2den cleesi
Tohet annsval coavenin odvan
>Cotheir contemplated Loeparile K
oer 2forofn i ticketil
ocilaon Ticets ato bAsvildeptN.
)ctoer 9th-110th. and Scouternt Rwi
flay will~ selrudti ikt r
ni tonuon itts ins Osober 6ol
wikten agent severa Souhn a
way ther isconempltedns. ur
thtbNo B upplt toUgiself.
prpeform nd tipetil lwysh
friedsisit onVwold Meicalr
siveamust meets her hvealth. ICsh
Ocer 9icklyh The Salhrn ow,
wwill nelrvound iriticke.s Ifra
hall ctonspon . orlidne tobroil
her im1 e lodtlhc.e ip
borc heknerionsmand cal ore
way complitcon.nectri. er i
betmdN Rinh the wol ea
Th, wioerandh idnloeyi a
pfrinds bte hood woul gie str
neve'srt ees, erheath Ifesh
wki, icl aopen awll rumakn
goodroimur bloodming caus pip
blchse Co.'n eru toane. we
bes mcn cn the wrto cregul
stoach coniiondrineysh perid1
purif he lttle Ite ivesrn Negl
ers, erigheydtha sothchild.
kin, wich complexther she shll suk
un-necessai Onl hehe etheor
shal beomade cnmparativaele
She handibtion do nogtheingriodn
Irs ther life and that ofl theparilt
lhies wsafer toer she isal l
thannerly, oromete the ots
sheallb maplictonspariel ean
Siht. hadbtera mdictins tarer
sallythingwr. Te r oet
M ther' riend theolprepaust
thatvis safeing us.Ikness-rem
that cauefneeromsne andthe
Exera a-preientosare aen i
bright-shten mediine are les
ther'sFr-and helps the paten
frthe as tof nerounhss and hen
just asprecomen hded." ri
breastsots ltabopr andtless
teannd h relpstheratienot
"Brm ettere Bay i Sheort
ThmOn:e ae been uing.
K oerott' Chocolate Moxtie' Fuiine
co nhhd an sourre lthratedrenok,
.The ;ml You Have
A!wa s Puufh
Bears tho .
T64C CgWTXUU COMPANT. NEW YORK MV
erI Digestij what you eat.
>n It artificlaly digeststhe'ood and aids
nt Nature in strengthening and recon
n- structing the exhausted digestive or
,e gans. It is thelatest discovered digest
m ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach 'It in efficiency. It in
al stantly relieves and permadently cures
a. Dspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
er tulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
r8 Sick Headache,Gastralgia,Cramps and
. all otherresultsof imperfect digestion.
id and .age tains e
db Prepared by E. C. DeWITT a Co., Cihlcago.
e. McMASPER CO.; Winnsboro, & C.
,, disease i~ e to be
Lb ithe b~
. It ca stopped
'in thd he trouble
m as: v 'youve got
o- it ; yo won't believe it ; you
or won't believe it- till you are
-forced t&. Then it is danger
Donn de draid ; bgt attend
me, to it quik- you can do ityor
c. self and at home.
:: Take. Scott's Emulsion of
ihe Cod Liter Oil, and live care
es, fully etry way.
i- This is sound doctrine,
te whatevn' you may think or
n", be told and, if heeded, will
ty -save lif.
t ree sanle, Itnagreeable' taste will
at SCO r & BOWNE, Chemist3,
409 Peu Stret. New drg o~trk.
Tosds Have Kidney Trouble
ndDon't Know it.
How To Find Out.
Fill atl rcmo ls ihyu
ofwater al let it stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set
act unhealthy condi
Ifl- (tioni of the kid
It ' - - neys; if it stains
er , your linen it is
sal evidence of kid
ney trouble: too
do . ..- frequent desire to
the backr ialo
convisng proof that the kidneys and blad
der arut of order.
What to Do.
The is comfort .in the knowledge so
often pressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Rootie great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish. curing rheumatism, pain in the
Ion backidneys, liver, bladder and every part
ent of therinary passage. It corrects inability
de. to hcwater and scalding pain in passing
1yit, oad effects following use of liquor,
diwine beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necity of being compelled to go often
18mf dur the day, and to get up many times
dur' the night. The mild and the extra
les ordry effect of Swamp-Root is soon
re- read.. It stands the highest for its won
'es der cures of the most distressing cases.
ad- lI need a medicine you should have the
[ing bes~old by druggists in 50c. and $1. sizes.
s ~may have a sample bottle of this
ani bock that tells :.
m about it, both sent 1.:
**aliutely free by mail,
au a-ss Dr. Kilmer & Homne of swamp.noot.
id, CBin~ghamnton, N. Y. When writing men
it ti.eading this generous offer in this paper. j
r3E POSITION OF RtESIDENT
-. . Special Agent of ihe Eqnitable
j Assurance Society for Winansboro
s vicinity is opened to a man of
<4 character and abili'y. A va!na
~cont-act, carrying renewals, will
given to the righet mar. Address,
fo J. RODDEY, Mgr., Rock Hill,
hD, 9.13'd i
* g Attention !
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
OUR STOCK OF HIE&AVY' GRO
ceries is now complete.
We cater specially for the farmers'
trade. We know what they need, and
are prepared to se ve them an(' a:, bot
We also carry a nice line of shell
and everything usually found in a
VrGoods delivered to our city trade.
Come and see ns.
W. R. RABB & Co
TAXES WILL BE DUE AND
payable from the 15th day of October
to the 31st day of December, 1900.
The tax - le vy for State purposes is
5 mills; for ordinary conuty purposes,
4 mills: for school purposes, :' mills;
making a total levy of 12 mills on al:
taxable property of the county. There
is an additional, a special tax, for
school purposes of 2 mills in Scho d
Districts Nos. 1, 9, 14, 17, 1 and 25,
making a total levy of 14 millN in thoss
school districts, and a special chool
tax of 1 mill in No. 19, making a total
levy of 1:3 mills in that school distr:ct.
There is also a tax of one dollar on
each male citizen betweni the ages of
21 and 60 years, except those who are
disabled or are made exempt by law.
Taxes are payabic in the following
kinds of tunds and no other: Gcld
and silver coin, United States cur
rencv, national bank notes, and con
pois which shall become due and pay
ab!e during the year 1900 on the con
solidated bonds known as "Brown"
bonds, and the bonds of the State
know n as "Blue" bonds, andoany other
State bonds which may be issued by
au-bority of an Act of the General
Assembly, the conpons of which are
by such Act made receivable for taxes.
HUGH S. WYLIE,
9 27-1m County Treasurer.
A M ClGA
For Sale By
I have a nice selection just
opened for inspection from which
to select your Christmas Presents,
SLEEVE and COLLAR
and FANCY GOODS.
Also, nice presents in China
and Rogers & Bros'. Celebrated
Plated Wares, as cheap and relia
ble as they con be bought any
Call soon and make your selec
C. M. Chandle r
AL Most Delightful Seaside 0
Resort, is now Open
for theSummer S
FINE NEW COACIIES NOW RUN~
rom Lanes to Georgetowni, and a new
mud modern s'e amer is now o: the
ine from Georgetown to Waverly
Good water (artesia.) ; no mos
nitoe~; fine surt bathin:2 ; fine fi-hing. at
The tablhe is ahvt tupplied with A
sh, oysters, crabs and shnimps iris
For terms address lit
MRS. WINTHROP WI LLIA M., L
Waverly Mill., S C.
The One Day Cold CUre. -
Cold in head and sore throat cured by Ker
otsChocolates Laxative Quinine. As easy to
Oentral Time at Jacksonville and Savannah.
Eastern Time at Other Points.
Schedule in Fffect June 10 . 1900. C
NORTHBOUND. No44 D i
L .Jacksonville -(P. S)... ....5r
avannah (So. Ry )...... ...... 122
Barnwell................. ...... 4 4182
Blackville .... .......... . .. 421p 4284 m
" Springfield ........ ...... 4 44 51 ei
Sally .................4 A C
Ar. Columbia .. .
. hl sto ,(o. Ry ...I.... 7 1 it
Summr villen .:............ ...... 7 41a t
Branchville .............. ...... 855a I 5
Orangeburg ..............9 23a 2
Kingville;.............. .... 101l5a 40a b
. lumbia ..11 00a 5 5M e
Lv. Augusta, (So. Ry. ) -2 2P t
L. ltrwltj He .45a 326101
t. Edge1icpd 1.....
pV. Aiken ........... -
Lv. Trenton ..................50OM 3 -p 1
Johnston .................5210a 41p11200
.Columbia, (U. D.)...... ....545p 210a
V. Columbia, (Bld; St......03a 6lp 62b i
Winisboro......... ..... 7 di
Chester .................751p 8183
Roc% Hill . .........8
AE. Charlotte ............ ; ... %
Ar. Danville ............. ..
.4r ichmond ........... .. 1c
W igton .......
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r . . .......
.L. ...... 923 a 0s
a . .. ...... 10.. 15 in0
~........... . ..... 1 .
M..Qoumb0. X0.88 88
Jobnaon520a 4 1816
Vt. Lousville ..... 5...2
. . .. . . . ..... 8 8 5
LV~~ iifi ti~
hm ~d . .. . .. ..92
t I... ... .. ... ...... 1 0 0
Che te .. ..... ...... 0
Waneh 6e ..............r....- -
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Ar, Jacksonvit (P )... I..... 9
ve d w irm bg
Sleeping Car Serioe.
SMWy nger be 6 - between
WPo S, N0w Y
Xuhn you :are p angour nd
waond se ur ew har-ot
Mann ria ef
meansdha itis fre.adie
pakget sui you Do't.
ay cl and see it.ne a
Dn' fort th nae
Fr& Cond i
~OT CRunna IN' Cano1EpE
mres Shatitg isofres'n ice.
Youhs Follten it in anys size:
package to -d sudtyc. Don't.~e
13.5 to $17l an seein. ~etfe
18,FrdY Jl 0,-1900. yCut
C. OI A RDOL,
each1 ForenPrfesors 33,
00r voumes int lrry;~ exelntb
C~rmaryl, atlet i'c run. Ti-o
40, other aes he10,f a sesiont aitin
bei.ittdo: oed stdts . Exp use
d1e5 t~o $15ait. Wrsion.fCerfined
'anoixs frolemforiv Acc-eited5
uts. I. eaiation. n!:nKy
;00. For ca taoue Cadress,
F .WOi AD
cirlotte Commereil Collej 1.
iarlotte, N. C., established in 1891
Rome Wie Couee)
Rome, Ga., established in 1886,
>w under one management, offers
,ceptional advantages to any one
siring a thorongbly practical busi
.s education in the shortest possible
'nTe wide range of tertitory covered
"ur employment agency affords
: tonal chances for securing pool
-n1s We will guarantee you a pos-.
11 if %, u tske our guarantee course.
'lc momrns in the schools aire large
1" couventient and well lighted.
Y - ur. met or young women may
troll i, either school any week day
ir:ig it e year.
If % ou are a stenographer, book
-eper er teacher and desire a posi.
>n, write the Piedmont Ageney,.
bariotte, N. C. If you are not a
enographer or book-keeper, spend a
w ioutbs in one of these schools
id zet N ourself in shape for earning
Should yc desire to be an expert In
terest, stocke, trade discount, etc.,
ud 25 cents in stamps or silver and
t our Pocket Calculator-just what
For circulars and further informi
Z" ID, M. McIVER
I Still Have
-6 or 8
9D FIVE OR SIX PLUG MULES
t unsold. Persons needing mules
ould calt and see them before buy
I as I will sell them cheap for cash
good paper, payable in the fall.
also have a few horses, among
!m two good Combination Horse.
so a conule of GOOD MARES
itable for brood mares-young &N
vill pay hie highest cas price -for a
classes, fat or poor.
till have a few BUGGIES thatI
will sell cheap for cash.
Winnsboro. S. C.
The most modern Sewing
achine of the age, embra.
Sall the latest improve
mts. Unequaled for Dura
ity, Range of Work and
Dealers wanted in unoccu
~d territory. Correspon
ace solicited. Address,
$1.25 per Bushel.