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Satarday, March 10. - - WoO c.
Thz adtmniritration feels keenly the r
popular sense of i'jnrice in the Puerto
Rican tariff measure nid it i, kept al
busy tryinz to ex .i*. A cabinet ti
officer has tried t i cne to the assist- 6
- anceof the President. Elis explana- C
tion considered in connee'in with the 6
President's message so'unds a little c
fauny. "There hqi beent a wide mis- a
apprehension. of the Puerto Wean A
tariff bilt, of the attitude of the Prei- c4
dent, of the action of Congress, ad 6
of their relations to eanh other," ys i
the officer. But he fails to show where
the misapprehension is. "The att'- i
tude of the President" certtiniy bas
not been misunderstood except t i it it I
has been ba:d to keep up with. le
declared to Congrecs that it is "our
plain duty" to give the Puerto R'csns p
- free trade. That was his attitude
when he wrote his massage. Congress
refused to do its * plain duty" and Mr. b
McKinley didn't havy the backbone to
do what he had declared was a "plain
daty." He cbaugtd his "attitude" to
correspond with "the attitude" of
Congress, and the people have seen it.
There is no misapprehension about
that. The same cabinet officer goes
on to a -'The attempt to reprepent
ttere has been disagreement be
tween the President and Congi e;s is
wholly nafounded." Wby, of course!
Who ever heard of Mr. McKinley's
standing out against the views of his
party, especially the element in it that
measures everything by a dollar? No,
"there has been no disagreement"; the
Presidest has simply backed down as
he has been known to do on other
A MEETING of Mt. Zion Societv was
held on Thursday morning to discuss
plans for inviting and eatertaining as
tronomers who may come here in May
to observe the eclipse of the sun. Two
committees will be appointed. One
--commuittee will investigate to find out
hand secure other information that need
not be published jast now. Anpother
committee will confer with citizens
a e for e. entertainment of'
t-essar2 to urge
the a dis-a
y of hospitality.
ONXANUFACTURE INI THE CARQ- al
LINAS ANDI GEORGIA..g
Nzews and Counier. G
So 'much has been said about the
near approach of the time when ti e
Carotinas arnd Georgia will manufac- F
-tare all the cotton they grow, that t he
sTradesman has. been induced to com
-pile somne statistica showing the situa
tion as stearly as it cant be presented
at this time.
The product of '.he three States in s
-18'97 was: No'rth Carnlina, 400.000
bales; Stonth Carolina, 776.000; Geo'r
gia,al,300,000. Tot dl, 2,476,000 bales.
elargest consump-ion by the mitts ,
o e same States ina any cotton i ear
washifi"va..edingi september 1.
1899, and was dietribu' d as follon:
North (Carolna, 380 (.00 ba'es; Soarn'
Carolina, 438,000; Georsia, 280,000.
oral, 1,098,000 baies; which was
8,000 short of making at clean twee
e -!ocal crop, and was 369.000
tot half the crop
th~e eon ot 1898 99 the crop of E
ee States was: N'erth Carolinw,
583,000 bales; S'outh Carolina, 1.012.
000; Ge'orgia, 1,536,000 Total, 3,131 -D
000 bls The tot etkisgs by wita
in the Uitod States in the same yea~r
was: Northern midle 2 247,092;
Southern mills, 1 400 '26 T .ta 2.
3,647,118:bales. Tihe tota' eeni-uw;'
tion wa~ 3,721,026,baies, or oulb atout
600,000. bales mote than were grown
and marketed by the tiree States
named. "All of whbich," the Trade
mian remarks, ''shows that the South,
Atlantic .States' mills will be at j(
sota4 years more before they over tale
those States' cot ton producers."
The mills are "at it," however, it
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three mInutes. tr
The kidneys ard four as
blood purifiers. they fil- to
* - ~ Jter out the waste or
impurities in the blood. gp
.If they aresick or out
* of order, they fail to do
I# their work.
matism come from ex
- ; cess of uric acid in the
.......blood, due to neglected
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
* over-working In pumping thick, kidney
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin-.
*ning in kidney trouble.
* If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
anda the entraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swainp-root, the great kidney remedy Is
soon realized. It stands the highest for its
-wonderful bures of the most distressing cases
and issold onits merits
by all druggists in fifty
cent and oneidollar siz
es.. You may have a
sample bottle by mail Home or swamp-noot.
free,- also pamphlet telling you how to find
out-if you have kidniey or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmner 1
&e Co., Binghamnton' N. Y.
Ld earnest, and their number and
isequent prouinction is increasing at
rate, which, if maintained, will
ble them to over take the local sup
r in a very few years at the furthest.
eal coniumption is increasing very
ach faster than the average crop.
such conditions it is only a question
time wben consumption will equal
d exceed production.
The Tradesman's figures, it may be
d finally are more encouraging than
erwise They prove that, even
er the marvellous multiplication ,f
indles in the three States in the past
cade, there is still room for twice ai
my more to work up the local crop
2ne. No other mills can handle tha
op so economically anid proftably as
a local mills. TI at is one of the
lef elements of thz Atietigth and suc
se of the existing mil!s It will iu
re the same strength and success t,.
e new mills yet to coma-. There if
om in each of the three Sta'es f.9r
ore mills until they have euongh no
anufacture all the cotton i bey sever
ly grow. In this view of the situa
:, it is especial!y interesting and
icouraging to the people of Soutb
arolina to note tnat all the milla, old
d new, they had at work last sea
>n consumed less than half the local
-op that was available for their use,
d that can be grown every year.
.d Northern mills are still manafac
tring nearly twice as much Southern
tton as is manufactured by the
othern mills. It is a plain case that
ie opportunity for expanded and
roitable cotton manufacture in this
tate has not yet nearly reached its
IOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR
A Pleasant Lemon Tonic
For biliousness, constipation and ap
For indigestion, sick and nervous
For sleeplessness, nervoniness and
For fever, chills, debility and kidney
seaes, take Lemon Elixii.
Ladies, for natural and thorough
rranic regulation, take Lemon Elixir.
Dr. Mozeley's Lemon Elixir is pre
red from the fresh-juice of Lemons,
omtined with other vegetable liver
oiic, and will not fail you in any o1
he ahovet named diseases. 60c and
1.00 bottles at all druggists.
Prepared by Dr. H. Mozley, Atlanta,
At the Capitol.
I am in my seventy-tbird year, ani
or fifty years I have been a great
iuferer from Indigestion, constipatior
ud biliousness. I have tried all th
remedies advertised for these diseases
Lnd got no permanent relief. Abou
we year ago, the disease assuming i
nore severe and dangerous form, ]
>ecame very weak, and lost flesh rap
.ly. I commenced using Dr. Mozley'
[emon Elixir. I gained twelve pound
,n three months. My strengtb anc
ealtb. my appetite and my indigestiot
were perfectly restored, and now
'eel as young and as vigorous as
er did in my life. L . ALLDRED,
Doorkeepor Ga. State Senate,
stae Capitol. Atlanta, Ga.
Moziey's Lemon Elixir
s the very best medicine I ever used
or the diseabes you recommend it for
Ld I have used many kinds for wo
MRs. 8. A. GREsHAM.
Cores all Cona'I olds. Hoarsene.s,
re Throat, Broneni'ia, Hemorrhage,
'd at. throat and law diseases. Ek
mt, re~liable. 25c a' draggilstq. Pme
Lred only by Dr. H. Me z-ey, Ailanta,
R ESTON RION, Agent
PACIFIC FIRE INSURANCE COJIPAIN
-OF NEW YORK
licitb a sare of the public patron
~ ~etn~ENCLOSE STA MP
Will straighten curly and
kinky lFair without irajary
to the scalp or hair.
'rice 50 Oentsiper Box.
A NTI-K IN K
,orsed by the United States Health
MIRkMR & 1RH ey Yi,
1512112 5, 7, 9 and 11 Broad way.
**, Attention I
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
OUR STOCE' OF HEAVY GRO
ries ieiiow complete.
We cater specially for the farmers'
ade. We know what they need, and
e prepared to set vs them and a. hot
We also carry a nice line of shelf
id eve:ything usually found in a
EFGooda delivered to our city trade.
>me and see us.
V. R. RABB & Co
Write for the free booklet- "Xery
thmes for Thirsty Times."
HECH ARLES E. HIRES CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
e tabelPre paraon forAs
siling teoodar.deg -
.ithetmachs arnd s:
,-omoe s'Di%5est0n I oh -
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NOT Nqam cOT Ic.
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FacSinile Signature cf
cXACT COPYOF WRAPP.R
You may have heard
about SCOTT'S EMULSION
[ and have a vague notion
that it is cod-liver oil with
its bad taste and smell and
all its other repulsive fea
tures. It is cod-liver oil, the
Ipurest and the best in thea
world, but mac , so palata
ble that almost everybodyd
looks like cream; it nour
ishes the wasted body of
the baby, child or adult
Sbetter than cream or any
other food in existence. It
Sbears about 'the same rela
Stion to other emulsions that
cream does to milk. If you
have had any experience
with other so-called "just as
good " preparations, you
-will find that this is a fact.
The hypophosphites that are
combined with the cod-liver oil
give additional value to it because
they tone up the nervous system
and impart strength to the whole
b oy.5c. ad s:.oo. all druggists.
SCOTT & DOWNE, Chemists, New York.
we csdnevs eahne :e~h
Ittoesnoth -~ vic suaer
lITt rstores wc t-i. ..-5 .ige-- 1nd p:er.
in nd -sehei..d -I i
thec.-s pe e eey v-"-3.
The One Day Cold Cure.
ermot's Chocolates Laxative Quinine~ for
cold in the head and sor- throat. Children take
FREE OF CHARGE.
Any adult suffering fr-om a cold
settled on the breash. !rancht, thbroatI
or lang troublea of any iituAre, who
will call at McMaster ('e. w-',l b!- Pre
I ented with a szmple bottle of
i Bosebee's German Syr-np, fre1-e of
charge. Only one bottle giv-en To one
person, and nnne f o chidren without
order from parents.
No throat or inng remedy, ever hadl
such a sale as Boschee's Germa-,n Syrup
in all parts of the civilized wvorld.
Twenty years ago milliors of' boltles
were griven away, andi our du:ut
will tell You its success waLs m-arVf~otnS.
It is really the o~nlyv throat andO lang
r emedy generally. endoreed by pkhy
Picians. One 75 cent bot:, %e ili care
or prove its-vaine. Sold by d -iers; in
all civiliz.d c->nntriei.
GratSut'Y eicnKiu H are.i
exen proptnfein rzoei apcol
intedo tdderdeas andrbck, ihroate
or fle.~ tRlies ftnutnrof whoe
wlcalat mediater. ''fe y w ant pe
borned w- ha .mlebt.eo
perso anonalcrn ihu
inull cersso of the Unabriiged."old
were gven a a a 1 eost er;ASt
wil tllyo it sirep owtasndoarkul.
ft ~ rall th r~ly althro Bhoolbooks
memdvgo~r~l.Wadrmld y ~
a~ician. One 5 cools botge Pil re
or proe itsvaiue wtold bnuinor.t i
istessng ine ansod, and'3e tos
ea' reievd i e ahewsc by rNe
(3 restSouth Aericantor. yLue
It is aeat findrihe wod wa~nto
eIcein pry o's ein enatin
alt i asy t. grwtf a~ wa
Itols eas..ern hata ordmens.
Wh e rn Pler'ncsas
one m e Sandaeul-rsee
GETiTci BET. Sure
6 pinglo1,uMss, aU. tS. tA.e'
calle Wbste's DConres. AllfrO
the font overas hwte ueult.dn
"The Bow-leggedeGhost and ldth ndStoe.
Withtacan. intro- -ro
umsea torigia h od at
tsasyt near ha -wr wa
uneZe lored n iayn as
A t bookd tow a uett nte~i'u
r la loud a i.admelal.l ill n
oeo eotan 'TheBopleteg du h~orist,"e
"WheniEnra age First oas, "iThe Mn Wo
C.ld' , "PossibleCO. Tbite fFr
Fad," "So ie ldctre sset., et. Thi fArs
edition __bou _in clth .prin smallt fine
and abster' Diebetiuonris. boklb
Ordernaieobce.gSent for o nernpeiall
tr'ate a mae urGeyu thae-mr low
rthe wfrnter npsn ishoroug he elbe.tor.
HO OOGENT WATE '-.RI
"The Bow-de gand ost all n d ook cor;-' .
wietethp o tehso f"sieyirCiG
L .sr.NTe WAol - Me a oe.E sk
The Easy Running
The most modern Sewing
Machine of the age, embrac
ing all the latest -improve
ments. Unequaled" for Dura
bility, Range of Work and
Dealers wanted in unoccu
pied territory. Correspon
dence solicited. Address,
J. 11. DERBYSHIRE.
OF THE LADIES
IS CALLED TO
A LINE OF
I HAVE JUST
Dish Pans, Ketchin Pans, Dairy J
Pans, Pudding Pans, Jelly Pans,
Wash Pans, Columbia, Scolloped
and Plain Pie PlateQ, Tea, Bowl
and Gravy Strainers, Graters, Po
tato Mashers, Curd Moulds, Egg
Whips, Toasters, Stove Kettles,
Dish Kettles, Tea, Table and Bast
ing Spos, Colander;, C o ff e e
Stands, Biscuit Cutters, &c , tc.
J. W, SEIGLER
and we wille
10 W. DOTY & CO,
An Ordinance ~
To RArsE SUPPLI1dS FoR THE MU'NIC!
PAL YE~AR OMMENC!NG~ APRhI,
1, 1899. AND FNDNG
A PRIL 1, 1900.
Be it ente ed ,sd .,rddinect by t
ntendar't ar~:l Wkl d- a f :he~ 3on nt u.
Winsboro in~ a enii mer, 'I h: for B
the purpo.se o1 rieg rsupplies ror the a~
year commecrg Aipril 1, 189S, and
ending April 1, 1900, a tax for the
sums and in the manner bereinafter
mentioned shall be raised avd paid
into the treasur3 of said town for the
se and service thereof. That is to
Five nd:13 ad tralorem upon every I
dollar of thbe value of all real and per- I
sonal pr. perty within the corporate
limits or the town of Winnsboro. -
Two dollars to be paid by every~
mae inhabitant of the town of Wirne
bro bet ween the agecs of eighteen (18)
and fif y (50) 3 ears in lien of working
on the st~eets of said tr.wn.
All taxes assensed ai' d payablir uder
this Ordinance snal! be paid in the
following nmed J:1 nl at funsds and
no ot er: Gnold anid siiver coin', Uni
ted States enrrem'n a:. tntional bank
All taxes herein aisusscd shall be
due and payable between the 15th day
of November instant and the 1st day pe
of January, 1900, and all taxes te- th
maining urpai-l on the 1%t day of Jan Tn
iary, 1900, shall be coliceted by dis- i
tress or otherwise nlow provided by e
law, toget her wit h a:1 !egat costs.
Done in Cotneil thi< the second day
of Novembher, Arnno Domini
onet thousand eight bandred
(. s.] and nine's-nine, under the'
corporate seal af the said ,
To wn (C' cil. C.
,J -1 E. COAN, A
Attest : Int en'ia nt.
JNoJ NEIL. Ier k ot Core il. 4
lIch on human clred in 30 minutes
y Woolford's Smitan~ Loarion Tii V'
never fails. Sold by W. E. Aiken, So1
lrnggst, Wi:ensboro, S. C. 529
FOR SALE BY k*e
IcMaster Copinnyll et
emtral Time Lc Jacksonville ad Savanna.
Easter Time at Other Pointe.
Schedule in Effect Janpary Ith. 1900.
NORTHBOUND. Dany Daily exSn
. Jacksonville, (Plant Sys)800s' 7 45p
Savannah,(So. - 12 g 1205a 4100
Barnwell . ........... 4 400& 79;
Blackvi o................. 4 4159 8
lgfield............. 44 484 -.
................. 4 447a .....
y.......... ............. 4 A .....
r. C91um .ia ........... 5V1 600a 9_35 .
. Charleston,(So. Ry.) .... 7W4 10
SSinmervifle............. 41 Wt 5a
Brnchvile............... 855% 155a 726p
' Orangeburg ............. 92 2ti0' 7
SKin ille.........-....... 1015a 4 30& 85 -
r. Colufmbia ........... 1100, 6009 9
v. Augusta,(So. By.) ......- 3 -V --
SGranitevil............ a1 101 -5.
' Aiken....... ......... 3 . ...... -
' Trenton............ 4 11 ---'
' Johnston.................. 4 2. ----
:C:E , * -'.). 61 615&
' Winnsboro........... 708p 720s
.....e............ 7 IP 810ot U'12
Bock "ill..........8-3 8474 U~
r. Charlotte ............... 191 9 40.
r. Danville... ...........
.r. Richmohd ............ 6
Btimor(,Pa. B. B.)... 91
.Phila h .............- 1 35
Ne w Yot .......... 20(1I
.Colmba........l - --
SAshe lle ....:...-::: -
. Knoivil1e...........41 7 20p'.
r. Cincinnati. ...........) 730 a
r. Louisville............1I E50 ...
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soceanog- Dany1Dly er Su
Asheville............ I 85.05 5 ..
Phiadelphia............ 6 350a 3l~
Batimnorp............. 821 622a1 52~
. Richmond............. 1_1 9 Vlm , -
.Chrlotte ............ l15a10) l~ ~4% (t
Rock Hil1.......... 9 0 00
Chester............... 925a11 527a .
Winnsboro..............921 12 1 6 0C
.olmnbia. (Blanding St)11142a 1-| 7 (Wa
.Columbia,(Union Dpt) 11 54a 4 ...
Johnston............. 13 632..
Trenton..............141 6 48a..
.Aiken . .............. 22 736.
Grnitevillo.......... 2 Y1--.
SAugusta ...... ... 250 &CO .
~Coumbia,(So. By)...p 135S
Kingvie......... 282 7 T
Sunmervifle.......... 7 5 - 9~
r. Charleston............ 8 7~j
. ,(o R..... 1 125aV -
............ 1 3 0 8 ...
~ah............... 3 515a
xcelent dlypseger service between
rida andlw r.
s. 81 and 3-owYork and Florida Lim
e3 n3ew SdY, cean~d
e~w ok .leeinb ea , bt.A e.
tto.13and -Ie York~
. an drawing-room slein cars be- -
-dPort ,55)~ Savannah A
nlyn aepncars beweenCharlette and
Lchond. Diig cars between Chariotte
o 5 nd 36-U. S. Fast Mail. Throng
rcnJakoailead wYork -nd I
si g~rs betw08lan~ a a cas)
aYn -l inctwe -. PS
i a ~ti*a Aseville. -
5TIE F t"
"igtheir own praise."
If you reckon the endler-s joy ana'
manent va ne yrn wil! get one of
s celebrated STIEFF PIANOS.
*y are mad!e with alilib>t r-kill whiec -
lv 'ears of "onstant anad carefal at
ition to every detail of thr conk
eion can2 * comnma-.dI
Elm~i's Prill 8mvd,
ur. f re y e won't burd n y0 ou
h atn nnt'~,-esaril' BIG PRICE.IJ
. ) REPAIR NG I
BALTIMnORE, MD. gaRS
tr; B-rach Ware-Room, N..213
F*~1 r' "ru St., Char3 Ite N C. sa
C. H. WILMOTH, Manner. Dygj
AN TED, for cash, Hickory, Dog ~
ithern Hardwood Co., P. 0. Box
Chameto . C. 17 o m
krlote Coenercial CIlleg,
rlotte, N. C., established in 1891,
Reie Bilieil College,I
1-ome, Ga., established ir. 1886,
under one management, ofera
:ptional advantages to any one
ring a thoroughly practical busi
education in the sh-rtest poasble
he wide raDge c4f ter; itory covered
our emplovment agency afords
e ptional cbauces for securing posi
s We will guarantee you a po8
kif ion atke our guarantee course.
'he rooms in the schools are large
convenient and well lighted.
oung men or Young women may
oll' in either school any week day
ing the vear.
r o ou are a stenographer, book
per c r teacher and desire a pose
i, write the Piedmont Agency,
Lrlotte, N. C. If. you are not a
iograpber or book-keeper, spenda
r months in one of these scbool
Lget yourself in -shape for eaning
ihoald ycu desire to be inexpert in
ire;t, stocks, trade discount, ete.
d 25 cents in stamps or silver
our Pocket Calculator-jnst what
ior circulars and further informi
D, M. McIVER,
- A. BOX
NICE LOT OF H01tSES AND
ULJES., a fe good Mare., a fine
Comnti at'on Hour'e. and a few
Ping Hoss M v mufes
are~ fiaa r tha I have
will sell the above sto'ck ehe-ap for
i, or on time fur g.od bankable
ill pay the highest cash pric.- t-r all
classes of cat ale, fat or pa .r
ave a few nice BU G[F r-at 1
will se I-cheap f~rr catsh..
have employ ed i. A rthbur (iwens -
the present i ear. He wi I- be glad
sye his friend- etil on him and
e bgsiers, -
Winnsboro. S.- C.
igests what you eat.
ire in stretienin and
tig the exhaustedgOt*
.It is the latest di edIu
md tonic. No oh ~ g
aproach It in e' . E~ i
>y eieves nd pma e es
leice, SourStm hRaug
pared by E. C. De ttt 640.. -ee.