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Passes a Bill Making Treaty Effec
tive and it is Now Up to the
House on Thursday, by a
Vote of 335 to 21, passed the
make effective the Cuban
ocity treaty. The dissenting
were about equally divided
een Republicans and Demo.
(s, but there was no record vote,
minority having too few votes
order the yeas and nays. The
mocrats, under the leadership of
r. Williams, sought to the last to
tain aiendmients to the bill in
ordance with the action of the
Inocratic caucus, but were de
The bill'has gone to the Senate
:The Democratic Senators, at a
caucus, decided to consider the bill
on its meriti and confined the dis
cussion to the bill ite;lf, without
bringing in collateral questions.
This ieans that no tariff amend
ments will he offered and that the
tariff question will not be discussed.
The attitude of the )emocrats
nYmeans early action oil the Cuban
bill, and the prospects are for final
adjournmientof the exLra session
on Wednesday, with an agreement
to vote after a week of debate in
the regular session if the Republi
cans make the minority such a
VOTI TO COME DiCXln3VER 16.
A later dispatch from Washing
ton says that the members of the
Senate have entered into all agree
ment to take the final vote on De
cember 16, and that this agreement
will very probably hold good.
WAR ON THE BOLL WEEVIL.
The General Government Considering a
Plan to Aid the Cotton Planters
of the South.
Washington, Nov. 2i.-Ati imn
portant conference was held at the
White House today. looking to
the adoption of measures that may
prevent the ravages of the cotton
boll weevil, which now menaces
the cotton growing industries of
the Soiti. The fear is expressed
by cotton planters t hat, unless radi
cal measures are adiopted for the
extermination of the pest, the loss
to the cotton growing States will
aggregate tens of millions of dol
lars. The matter was brought to
the attention of the President to
day by a delegation of Senators and
Repre;entatives from every cottonl
growving State of t he South . The
memb~ ers of tihe dlelega tion unllit ed
in1 a recommltendalttion that the
President pIresent t lhe subject to
Congress, with, a suggestionl that
an appropriation beC madL(e to payV
tile expenses of a comlmissiohn ap..
p)oinlted to work out a p)lani for tihe
exterination of' tihe boil weevil.
President Roosevelt exp)ressed hIim
self as deCeply interested in the sub
ject and promllised to give tihe mat
ter his earniest considlerattin. iIe
said he would take up thle subject
with Secretary Wilson, whlo recent
ly made a trip~ through tihe South1
to inlvestigate the destruction
wrought by the cottonl pest. Secre
tary WVilson) has said that thle only
remed(y which suggests itself to
crops early, thus escaping t lhe rav
ages of tile weevil. P'laniters of
cot toni hold, hiowe'ver, t hat early
p)laniting will nlot mleet the emner
gency. S~ome plan, t hey contend,
for t he a bsolutie exteriinatijot1 of
theC pest must1 be devised. It is
uniderstood that Secretary WVi lsoni
will make a recommtendatiion in hmis.
annlual repo(rt , wVhichl, it ?5isloped
by tile cottoin growers, will l)e car
ried into execut ton. It is ex pectedl
thlat tile Presidlent wVill app)~rove of
any practical)le suiggestionis thitat
miay lie maidie by Secretary W\'ilson.
Int any eveint lie will do all in his
l)ower, it is saidi, to seconld lie ef'
forts of tile cot toin groweis to rid
themselves of the evil
L I ME
We have just received
a car each of
Frel LupL e
Get our Prices before
Hair & Hauird
Will sell you
cheaper t h an'
any place in
NEW GOODS TO
Another lot just re
ceived. All ready to
wear hats for ladies at
frt We can save you
money on Shoes and
Come and get our
1TE, RIGHT PRICE STORIH,
Summer Bros.' Bliock Near Depot.
BOUGHT AND SOLD
MONEY TO LOAN
On Easy Terms
For Long Periods.
A few m;ore Shares of the first series
&chk Hlome1 L08ll aIl[l Toiit Co.
MIay bie securedC. A pply to
Sec'y and T1reas.,
Newvberry, S. c.
Rich Farml.and for Sale Cheap.
planta on~- part of the famous Eichel
berger tra'ict--in the D)utch Fork on the
Lexington side of the Newberry-Lex
mngton county line. The lands front
one~ mile on Br'oadl river, and1 one mile
onl the main Mayinton and C'olumbia
public roadl. It is two miles from H-op e
Station, four miles from Po'maia and
five miles from Peak on the Southern
rail road(. The tract adljoins the planta
tion of JIames (C. I lope. Thiere are line
upilandls for cotton and rich bottom for
corn. The; land grows anything On
the place. is a new dlwell ing, excellent
tenant houlses and two l arge modern
barns. Thle land i.s well wat ered and
timberedl. Col. John I". II lbbs, the
owner, lives in New York eifty and has
to neglect the property, ihere fore he
hais conisen ted to sell it. The I ra -t will
be sold1 in onie piece or (cut fo suit pur
T.ns: One-third cash, andI hahmiee
secuired by mortgage or hiond~ for title
to suit the piurchaser at 7 per cent.
imterest per annum.
Th'lese lndIs always produice am crop.
Th<1 place will be sofld eep, but cheap
er mi one t ract. It is an ideal place for
a homie: lanmd that lasts; fri i, gaume,
fishing, fine piasturies. For ternms, & c.,
see or write to Col. W. HI. Wallace,
Newherry Observer, ,James C. I lope,
EsqJ., Peak, S. C., or Col. Johnj I".
H o bbs, 136; East 418th Street, New York
City, N. Y., or to E. HI. Aull, New-.
Land for Sal
82 acres 5 miles
cultivation, 5 to 6 act
Seven lots adjoini
the corporate limits
building sites. Teri
and prices reasonab
For further inforrm
tion call at
T H E
A sallow coirlexionl, dizziness,
hliousless and( a Coated tongaul
areC c~)141onn indientions1 of1 li ve
and kidney diseases. Stomnach ani
bowel tronhes, severe as I her are
.iv im111111i0diate warning hv p in
u liver anId kitiry troubles
thouhi s I minful at fIlu Start , ar
1111 hare14-r to cure. ThvdfordI'
BIcwk-Dranght, never fails to bne
it diseasvd liver anld wv.eakened kid
n1eys. It stirs III) the torp'i -I !ive
to throw off th ie grmIls of feveram
anle. It, is a Certain prevenltivi
of cholera mal 1rivight's disase o
the kidhevs. W i tit kidlievs re
inforced ,y Th'Iedford's 1ack
Dr hoalwt thosans01 persons haV<
dwot ini.1n n1o ill the mllidst of yel
low f".ver. Ma y fa i!ies livo in
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usV il n -met: . 111 1 ' avc
Emig e )Piisve e -I'<i a d(w.t'w
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to a doctor since. I have bCeen taiUng'i
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Loss of res
hn you can't eat bre
si ieScoR)'s(. Em1ulsi4
yo 1cm' eat b r(
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Emulsion increases them,
bone, flesh, blood a
For invalids, for c<
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for weak children, for
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