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I WS AND
Thursiay, Marah S - - A00
LIQUOE, NOT THE CONSTITUTION,
FOLLOWS THE FLAG.
The Paerto Ricanl t or:f bill his
brought out the pos: i m that the
Constitution does not tollow the fiqn
The paragraphs in the report of the
House ways and inans committte
which Ia3 caused the :li..cission of this
imporia consiutional discussion
are the following:
"Tht the term 'Unitted Ste' in
that provision of the Cons-lition
which declares that al! duties imn
posts, and excise.s shvl be unifoTnz
throughon.a the Unit e I States me,.m
and is cnfine-l to i1o State' that rou
stitute the Federal Unim. an-i doe4
not cover also terri:ory belongi:'g tC
the United States.
"Thr: Congress his power to govo e2
Paerto Rico and .itbe Philippines ir.de
penden of the limitazioiis oft i 'on
stituti'.n " In ot;er words this re
port means thAt Congress has a f
hand in making laws for onr.-+
possession#,and thahe seSio
'e n neotecio of 'J
Constitution. It is marvelons .
the Contitution can be ,tretche".
snit the wihes of the rich. The z:z
son. of course, undariying thi ee
structi m or the Con.itutionx iA -
to allou" uniform "daties, imposiu ':)(
excise,' would mnea cleap suia.'
tobicco zad other tropical prdac:s V
the injory of our millionaires and thpdl
tranis Hence, our niew islaids mt'
not b i-en coni- u;i)nsl curatij.
Bat T.thile the Cou'tituion is jo
allowed t > follow the Lg in our :,e
is.lnld.A, it appears that liquor has go:
hand in band with the Iig Ta I
allowed, we presume, b: canoe it pri'
motes the trade of tha Sute. Senato
Pettigrew, not silenced by charge; o
treason made agaioa., hion, is pryn;g
into'this subject. He hax succeede
in securing the pMS2ge of a reointio
* asking .he President, -'if not incox
patib'e with the pub2lic interests-"i)
infersn the Senate of the ,number
saloons established in M'anila ~iais
bas come uder tun .ting. "'vt'o
ducts them and whbo are their pa'rons,
h->w fts5ny saloons~ we'r there he for
kir2s or lignor
Presi cnt . eN
Commander-i -Ci'ef at th:
y forces to proniit the sale
r in Manila x 'grasat deal
ony has been c:>!iected by
ber of netpsge!t s to t he 'o,
na existing in Jaxi-a Pad
rnan, of the Phimpias Comvir
, on his return to tbis contry
~"I regret thar Amric-.s h-m
U -wed to estanlia saloons ir
'lipizaes, toerthe- Pia..ipioos ar e
me people and the iight of a
'American diagusts the
sa' : "There we n
s in th~e city," whict
)kS On k, before th- e
a! y the U'mded States arrey
MOZLEY'S LEMON 'ELIXIlF
A ?irasant Lemon To .. te
For b;-ou-iness, coustipa';uu anzd ag.
For indiges-ion. si' andu nervan,
For s'-eples-uesa, nervournessl a.i
heart fai~t re.*
For fewer. chills, debitr y~ and kidney0
.liseaaes -ake Lemon Ehrxir.
Ladie'- for natural and thorougb
organic reguiation, take Lemn Elixir
-Bt.Lazeley's Lemoi Eiuxir is pre'
pared from the fresh ja'ce of Lemo--s,
comnbined with other vegetable liver
tonics, and will not fail yon in any of
the above named diseases. 50c at:dl
$1.00 botrtles at all druggists.
Prepared-~by Dr. H. Moz!ey, Atlan'a,
At tshe capitol.
I am in my sevent y-third gear, and
for fifty Years I tiave been a grw~
ererkfrz indige;ti-n, constipnir
and bihoniisues I have tried a:1 the
remedied advirtised for these divres,
and got i-a permanent reiief. A cour
one year ago, the disease assuming a
more severe and dangerou< torni, I
became very weak. and to-t flesh rap'
idly. I conamenced u-sing Dr. Mezler's
Lemon E'ixir. I gained t w-ve pone'd
in three months. M s slreingth and
health, me- appei:e and rny inaigesgion
were perfectly restoied, and now .1
feel as ys~ung and ~a vigorous as I
ever did in rav life. L. J ALLDRE.
Doorkemor Ga. State Seur~te,
-State Capitol. Atlanta, Ga
Moziey's Lemon Elixir
is the very' best medicine I ever used
for the diseases yon recomrnend it for,
ad I have used many kinds for wo
man's troubles. .At2sn ,
faiem, N. C.
MOztirS LEMON HOT DROPs.
* all Coughs, Colds, Hioarseneas,
IF the Repubican, are defeated this
year, it will be ')ecause they have per
sistently blandered. Uader ordinary
circumstances, thit party would sweep
the country this fall. The c.luntrv
whethor real or imaginery shows
sian, of wor.derfal prosperity. It is
the redessOs conseqaent upon Iard
time ;hl-t infience the people to make
a chauge, and they do not go throuh
a process oA logica! reasoning to ascer
tain whether or no! the admnistraiitn
is to blame or not. The people offeI
shift to the shoaldrs of those in
power all the evils Oh peop!e have to
bear, and a change ie made last on
general principles. Tti. iepublicans
bave counteracted th general rule
that the people will hold thmi in
power so long as general prosperi.;
cbtains under the administration bY
their atlitude o- public questions.
The Republican levy of 25 per cent of
the Dingley tariff on the people of
Puerto Rico alone is enoagh to
condemn them in the eves of all ins
tice-loving voters, to say nothing of
the conrse pursued in the Philippinea.
ROW BILLVILLE UTILIZES CA'DI
Colonel Jones, who has solicited our
vote in his race for congress, called
and plowed six hours for v yesterday.
To-morrow the condidate for sherift
has agreed to grub stumps for us,
We return thanks to a candidate for
the lagisl.ture for digging a forty-foot
well for us Wednesday.
Two prospective candi sfu oro
rer split rails for afthree days this
The candlifate for mayor obliged us
by calling and building a barn for us
We are indebted to the tax collector
to-be for three days' solid work this
We express our gratitude to the can
r didate for tax receiver for breaking-in
a young mule Wednesday.-Constitu
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your
blood purifiers, they fil
-- ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood,
If they are sick or out
of order, they fail to do
Pains, aches andrheu
r matism come from ex
cess of uric acid in the
blood, due to neglected
I kidney trouble.
I Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
he rt 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,
Ibut r.ow modern science proves that nearly
alol constitutional diseases have their begin*
"ning in kidney trouble.
If yu ar si can make no mistake
' s The mild
. ,the great a
;,ron:' realized, it stands the hi
1wonderful cures of the most distr I!
and is sold on its merits
by all druggists in fifty-- . ,
cent and one-dollar siz- -3,,ig
e.. You may have a u"g
sample bottle cy mail nom of swnp~ot
Ifree. also pamphlet telling you how to find
out if you have kidney cr bladder trouble.
IMention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co.. Bingharmton,- N. Y.
I er condition duiring the period be
-fore her little ones are born. Neglect
Sor improper treatment then endan
-gers her life and that of the child. It
lies with her whether she shall suffer
Sunnecessarily, or whether the ordeal
shall be made comparatively easy.
-She had better do nothing than do
is the one and the only preparation
that is safe to use. It is a liniment
that penetrates from the outside.
External applications are eternally
right. Internal medicines are radi
cally wrong. They are more than
humbugs-they endanger life.
Mother's Friend helps the muscles
to relax and expand naturally--re
lieves morning sickness-removes
the cause of nervousness and head
ache -prevents hard and rising
breasts-shortens labor and lessens
the_ pains-and helps the patient to
From a letter by a Shreveport, La.,
woman: "I have been using your
wonderful remedy, Mother's Friend,
for the last two months, and find it
just as recommended."
Draggst seit at Siper bottle.
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR Co.
&c"dfr our free illustrated book,
.. 3efore Bat-y is Born."
S. C. Medical Association
IThe Semi-centennial Meeting of the
So;sh Carolina Medical Association
wM' be held in Charleston A pril 18,
1900 P i. proposed to make the event|
hba uccasion for a general rennicn of
'll the pby-icians in the State. Iuvi-f
tations will therefore be sent to every
dctor in the .StatQ, rcqutesting him to
be present. A public reception will
be tcndered to the physicians by the
M ~a'or and Alderman of the City of:
Chrlestont; Excursions to Isle of
Palms and other entertainments wi:l
-e offered by the local profsssion. Dr-.
Hobart Amory Hare, ofPhiladelphia,
Pa., will deliver the Annual Address.
Board in the city can be obtained at
$1 and1 upward at the boarding hoc ses,
and $2 upwards at the hotels. Rc-.
duced rates of 'nre will be on sale on
ali roa'ds 1eadp~g in t ie city.
W. P.WPORAH, Sdecnta.
tig thz5tomachs and Bowels
NOT NA"C OTIC.
r ao .&. 9-~fM Zch ,h
AperfectRemedy for Cons!ipa
Pess andLogLSOF SLEEP.
TacSiiille Signature of
xC-T COPYCF WHAPPKR.
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
purest and the best in the
wolbut made so palata
ble that almost everybody
f ooks like cream; it nour
ishes the wasted body of
the baby, child or adult
better than cream or any
other food in existence. It
bears about the same rela
ion to other emulsions that4
have had any experience
with other so-called "juist 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 system4
and impart strength to the whole
Soc. ar.d $! 00. :dl druggists. 4
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chem'ists, New~ Y~ork.
sad of - -- '. -e r~s.ds
pondsnt, .:.- -, n.-..- as-.-b' ..---, s
swe --:tseso.:7:0 .,3c:va.
the bes, . a:c sa i ~ot. ni t-.: ~..
Winie of Cardd
It brings healtha to the wc-n'2 ly
organism, an'd alath there meanis
well poisedQnerves, catlm2ness, strer gth
.Lt restores womuanly '.igor and powcr.
It tones u; the nerves which suffer
ing and dize~ase have shttered. It 's
tho mcost prf-:t reme~dy ev'er devi. ed
to restore '.eak womenC7 to tierfect
health, ndto mnake te-n t:.tve
and ha-. $r.ca at all drtuggists.
.Fra..vyce in casc.: requiring sp~ec
toms, ."The Ladies Advisor-y De-I
partmecnt," The Chattanooga Medi-.
cine Co., Chattino~oga, ':~ inn.
REV. J. W1. S.flTH, C ikiden, S. C.,
says :-"My wife used Wine, of Cardui at homeI
ao fllig of the wom~b ad it entirelycured
The One Day Cold Cure.
Kermott's Chocolates Laxative uinine for
old in the head and sore throat. Children take
J You Have
THEC CENTAUR COMPANY, NCW YORK CITYK
FREE OFCHARG E.
Any adult safering from a cold
settled on the breast, branchitis, throat
or laug trouble; of anyT natutre, who
will call at licMaster &Co. will be, pre
Rented with a sample botlin of
Bos.chee's German 8yrn?), fr'e of
enargeO. Only one bottle given to onie
person, and none f o c'iildren. Without
order from parents.
No throat or lung remedy 4ever had
such a saie as Boschee's Geirma n 8yrnp
in all parts off The civilized world.
Twenty Yearsasgo millions. of bottles
were given away, and -.:-our drutgi-sts
will tell you its success was marvelous.
It is real ly the only thbroat a-nrd l a
Temedy generailly endorped by7 phylv
Picians. One 75 cent bot tle will care
.or prove its vaine. Sold by dealers in)
all civilized countries.
Reie in- *ix ours
Disresin Kideyan Ba de is
eaerlee nsi or y"e
Gra ot Aeia>ide ue
It is gra upieonacutot
- - < . 6
settled o o f e brasUrnbidged."roa
or li:~trobe ofand are wh
I senc( ith thmpe bit ofe
I carg. nlyoneWtgn "on
I prsn, ndnon t 3nindred ihu
cre fi paartensn
-ec aea aolmoest Gnetmer.!u~y
iii ll art ofthe ciied wl.-i
Tweny vcr~:g arln ar~ otes
wee ie asyayofndth wor anted.t
wis telsyo ts sacssn wae pronucton.
ft is reasly tb rae they groto ad word.
N seasy~ olr ehanadord me ans.
ies ne7 rent bocayue says:~ir
*obrv igts va. Sod byseraki ine
al W ciecnnages.n napleunt
Reie l.*c 5'Xr o,r1s e
Dsrsing Keidne Mand. U.t. i.
eas rlieved in ing 'usmablso
tiauretiprie o the nteratfiona
inthderou kides ad oubtackmirkon
ore fmal coives renion ofutale
almos BimegediGhotey f ou wanis,
mes.eouA bookn -r
enters a new - -
fheetdaher humor. -,
read aloud an
b rloyed aog. dmchac~ s~l
"We r S agirst as eo Man Who
CUTIug," "osil nteo dec:turd
Book," "ellig Loks o byir, "N W mn , so
F ad," d "Soc e t crse, etc.,etc.is first
editiontboundnot. rnte ontrmine
itanboutel thze bear huou ook pub
W Th ow-thge $25,Gaheostaid f;or $I.0
eties oorgnal odbos drs l r.est
Prb Whnruormay sorougyrlal.-dtr
Tha ill St ori. nit :P-oaiE r e: - . d
fIeldaof humor. hf-hT~vChF
:enoedamggyt oet n
'ine 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. H. DERBYSHIRE.
OF THE LADIES
IS CALLED TO
A LINE OF
I HAVE JUST
lish Pans, Ketchin Fans, Dairy
Pane, Pudding Pans, Jelly Pans,
Wash Pans, Columbia, Scolloled
and Plain Pie Plate;, Tee, Bowl
and Gravy Strainer3, Graters, Po
tato Ma;bers, Curd Moulds, Egg
Whips, Toasters, Stove Kettles,
Dish Kettle;, Tea, Table and Bast
ing Spoons, Colrnder;, C o il e
Stands, Biscuit Cutters, e& c.
J. W, SE!GLER
and we willes
I. W. DOTY & CO.
To RAISE SUPPLIES FORl THES MUNICi
PAL YEAR . OMMCING A PRIL.
1, 1899. AND hND!NG
A r mL 1, 1900.
Br' it e ''c ed icd ordauine rb i
Juten~dant a'.' W:n de- 'f :h.- t. on uto
Winnsb~oro ii. : * cil ;ne:, 'I ba for
the purpose of raieing supplies ror the
year commencing Ai~ril 1. 1895, and
ending April 1, 1900, a tax for the
sums and in the miannr hereinafter
mentioned shall be raised as dl paid
into th~e treasur) of said town for the
rise and service t berecof. That is to
jFive mhdis azd ralorem upon every
dolar of th.e value of all real and per
sonal pr -party within the corporate
Iimits ta tha town of 'Winnsboro.
Two d'ullars to be paid by every
mate iiubabitant Of the toa nl of Winns
boro bet s'een the ses~ rf eighiteen (18)
and fif y (50) years in lien of working
on the streets of said wwn.
All taxes assecsed a- a pay able' under
this Ordir ance sh~all be paid in the
following naamed ki. d, ot fands anid
no otiher: G dld and .rie coin, Uni
te i States oni ren'cy and. national bank
All taxes herein we~sw d shall be
due anid payable betwe-n the 15th day
of November instant and the 1st day
of January, 1900, and all taxes me
maining nrpaidl on thi& 1st day of Jan- 9
nary, 1900, shall be' col'ected by die
tress or otherwise now provided by
law, together wit-h all !esa! costs.
Done in Council thi< the second day
of Novembcr,. Anno Domin~i
one thousand eight hundred
[L. s.] and nioe't-nine, under the
corporate seal of the said .,
Town Cour-cil- C
*J 'S. E. COAN,
Attest : Intendant.
JNO. J. NEIL, Ck'tk of Conezi.
I'ch on' human cnred in 30 minutes
>y Wofoid's Sanitari Lotion Tis
iev r fails. Sold by W. E. Aiken, &<
Iruggist, Winnsboro, S. C. 52
FOR SALE BY ke'
Contral Time t, jacksonviile and Savannah.
Easter Time at Other Points.
Schedule in Effect January 17th. 100.
NORTHBOUND. Dg ey I
Lv. Jacleonville, (Plant Sys) 8 7 4gp 1210
Savannah.(So. Ry.)..... 1215 1205a 410p
"Barn-wenl.. ... ..-.....--. 4 0.p400 754P
Blackville................. 41"p 415% 8100
Sprinield ........... 5 0 985.
Sll Cere................... 4 .
Ar. Columbia .............. 5p P6006 35
Summerville.......... 7411 t 5M
Braichville............... 8'5 1 55a 7 25p
Orangeburg............... 92Ma 250a 7 53P
"Kingville............1il15a 430a 845P
Ar. Columbia ................. 1100 6_ 90a
Lv. Augusta,(o. By.) ...... 3 -30P -.
Granitevile .........88115p ......
Aiken ........... ......... 3 -- - -*
Trenton.............. 44 11 ------
Johnston................ 41 11 .
Ar. Columbia,(Union Depot) 5 2 ....
Lv. Columbia,Bl3andingt .. 6 6156 9
W innsboro...... . ..... 7 d sop
" Chester ................71P 81
1ock 8ill ............- 8479
Ar. Charlott e ................ 91 0 40al
Ar. Danville.................... 1 ..
Ar. Richmohd ...........600 .
A. Wasbington.............. 735a &
BltimorePa. R. .).... 912a 111
Philadep ............. 13 5 -f
"New York............. 203P 613e.
Lv. Columbia............110 5''..
"Asheville.............. 76 237 ..
Ar. Knoxville ............ -4 1 7 20P-. .
Ar. Cincint..............' 730e lin::::
Ar. Louisvinle......... p75a..
SOUHBOnD. I~ .33 o.35I~O.81
L.LusvilTe..o ....-IDaily Daily'ex Su
______________.........|7 45a 7 45.
Lv. Cincinnati .i........[30a 8OO P
v. Knoxville .
" Spartanb -------- O 59 ---
- ..........1 1p ...
Lv. New York.(Pa. E. B) ...P l 215otfIE40n
Philadelphia.......... OO6 350a 814p
" Batimre............. 8 622a~ 522p
Lv. Washinton.(So. By.). 959t115a 635p
Lv. Danvil..,..:......438a. 548p128a~
Lv.. Charlotte .........35l0 4
"RockHil1.............. 9O02i310 5
"Chester.............. 92la11i 57
Ai'. Columnbia, ( Bhanding St) 11'Ala 1I20a 7 00a
Lv. Columnbia,Ti'ion Depot) 11 50aO 4 34...
"Johnston............. 13 632...
" Trenton...............14 6 48a..
Ar. Aiken ................ 22 7 30 ..
"Gi-aniteville...........2T5p 71 ....
"' Augrusta.............. 250p S ....
tv. Columbia,(So. By)...... p 185a. 7
" Kingville............. 44 282a 7
" Orangeburg........... 5 8 45& 8 Ma1
" Branchville ........... 615 425a 92S~
"r Summrle............ 5 10
SAr.Charle........... 1~ 7
L.v. Columbia,(So. By-)...1130a~ 125 i
"Barnwe11..............121 320 8 49a
"Savannah.-............ 32p 515a 108~ -5 .
.Ar. Jacksonville,(Plant Sys) 7 9ip 25 25
Sleeping Car Service.
Excellent daily passenger service between
Florida and New York.
Nos. 31 and 3-New York and Florida Lim
ited. Daiif except Sunda, co a
s1y~ely of Pnuman finest DaiBom Bep
ing, Compartment and Observ oyCa be
tween New Yofk, Oglumbia and'j.Agtsie
Nos. 33 and 34-New York and Flo aEn
press. Drawing-room sleeping cars between
Augusta and New York.
Pullman drawing-room sleepig cars be
tween Port Tamp.., Jaeksonville, Savannah.-'
Waeeington and. New York.
Pilan sleeping ears between Charlette and
Eichmond. Dining cars between Charlotte
Nos.. 15 and 36-rU. S. Fast Mail. Trugh
Pn11mja - rwig-room buet sleenin geirbe
t~ween -akonil and New Yorkc and l
z sn eein cars between Ags an4d -
t1.. Diig cars serve all nJ rt
a.hi n sleeping ear's between ~ ;
-ftColumbia. enroilte daily between pa~~n l k
vill'e and Cindnati, via Ashev-ilie.
VfRANK S. GANNON, J. M.CULP.
Wshiington, D. C. Washingtn, D.C
t. A. TURK, S. H.HABDwICK, I
Gen. Paha. Ag't.. Aa't Gena s. t.,
SWashington, D. C. A - - Ga.
"Sing their own praise."
If yon rcciion the endkos joy and
erm:ue::nt ra ne~ ye.0 wilt geI one of
hose edebrated STIEFF? PIANOS.
' re made withballhat skill which --
nily tears of eon:stantr and c:lretl at
3fn1o-3. to rvery deraiil oIf t-.-rcn
rale:: Can commra: I.
Tf uz f're w e Won't lUard-r a )oni
'Ih an:I u.eoce satih. BRG P.RIC~E. I
-'aveni3, Id e~tr ms. INE T UNING
Chas. M. Stieff, - :
BALTI.MORE, MD. gR
e. t -ry B auich W~are-fl4oom, N-e 213,
Fort b .in :a St., Charlot te-. N. C. sa
C. H. WILMOTHJ, Manager. IDyEj
AN TED, for eash, Hickory, Dog o
ywood,Persimmon, Walnut Logs
'uthern Hardwood Co., P. 0. Box
9, Charleston, S. C. UI-22-lm
karlotte Ceneriel Colle,
riotte, N. C., established -W 1891,
Roie BM ieu Coege,
t->me, Ga., establiabed in 1886,
11under one msangement, cfers
'ptional advantages to any one
fing a ihorongbly practical busi
education in the thi rtest possible
te wide range tf tertitory cover"d
our emploi met.t agency affords
eptional cbances for securing posi
:s We -will guarantee son a poe!
i if i on take our guarantee course.
be rooms in the schools are large
convenient and well lighted.
oung men or young women may
oil in either school any week day
ing the year.
E )eu are a stenographer, bok
per c r teacher and desire a pN
i, write the Pi'dmont Agency,
Lriotte, N. C. If yon are not a
iographer oi book-keeper, spend a
r months in one of these schools
i get yourself in shape for earning
hould ycu desire to be an expert in
1reat, stocks, trade discount, ete..
d 25 cents in stamp# or silver and
our Pocket Calculator-just what
'or circulars and further informs
D, M. McIVER,
UST AR RIVEDO
NIrIE LOT Ofi' HORSE8 AND
alULiE a few' iood lite', a fine
C:omt i-.at:ou, I-Frse a' A a $'w
ar.- fiter th'en I have
' ver hsandlec.
will e.l*l U.-e ab'.ve stock che-ap for*
ei or on: tme for g cz' baankable
ill pay the highest cast, pie.- 'r all
C'aese at c4:Ile. fat ne p.. r
ave a few ni BU..GIE4, : t I
i!' se I cheap f--r en'h.
have employed Mr. A r:hnr On ens
the p'resef .year. Hie wi I be glad
are h.e friend- eni on him and do
Winnsb-:ro, S. C.
igests what you eat.
,rtificially digests the foodand afds
ire in strengthening and recom.
~ting the exhausted digestive er.
It is the latest dp
~nd tonic. NTo oth s
pproach itin e .
~ly reh'eves and permaneedyguias
epela, Indigestion, Hesrt
f1ence, Sour Soah ~ns
herresultsof imeecdg m
>ared by E. C..DeW tt. WS.