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Breakfast Mush, mS Delicate for j|| fR Supper or ttaMttft. w* Is Unequalled for Jjj, 11 Griddle C Muffins, a?d yf ih puddings, |\W Sold In s lb pack*r<M by Xjff 1M i All Leading <jroc?r?? H> j^yers ana cieanera, per year, fj.oo m Ealing or lunch liouee*, per year 3.oo llarnesB repair shops, per year 3.oo Agents or dealers in hides and tallow, furs and wool, each, per year 5.oo Sec. 2. The charges for licenses in any business not enum eraled in section one of this ordinance shall be determined by the Mayor. Sec. 3. That whenever in this ordinance the term dealer is used, the same shall include not only the principal, but, in his, her or their absence, shall include any ag? n'. cleik or employee managing t ho businesn respectively re ferred to. and frenprnllv uliorn ? lijei sr. is herein imposed for the currvir.g on of any business, and ^ the same is catried on by any agent, clerk or employee, such agent, clerk or employee shall bo dk subject to the penalties herein imposed, should the said business be carried on without taking out such license in tho same manner as it he, she or they was or were tho proprietors of said business. Sec. 4. No license shall be transferred from one firm to another, f.xcept with a sale or transfer ol a stock of goods, shop, outfit or machinery, and then otdy on t he endorsement of the Mayor. Sec*. f?. That it shall he tin lawful to carry on any business, occupation or calling during the year 10o3 as set. forth in this ordinance, without first paying to the Town Treasurer, the license ^ tax for said business, occupation, calling or profession, who shall >ssue to the person, firm or cor0 poration so paying a license a receipt therefor, which shall entitle the said person, firm or cor M <<Aun AN OKDINANCK Continued from Second Pnge. Manufacturers of doors, sash, blinds, etc.,per year 5 on Mills, flour or gri&t, efcrh, per year 5 oo Marble Yards, each, per year 2.oo Agents for marble wofclts f>r quarries, per year, 5.oo Dealers in soda water, or other soft drinks sold from founts (provided that the fountain apparatus and at tachments shall not be included as stock in estimating the license tax to be paid by merchants), per year 3.oo Sign painters, per <Ujr 64 + per year 5.oo Agents or dealers in wood or coal, per year 5.oo 1 \ - ? ' ><iii mty hi u^cemuer, in tne year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and two. i \ R. E. WYLIE, ) sbal C Mayor. ( ) Attest: O. 1). JONES, Clerk and Tress. $100 Reward ?!00. The readers of thin paper will be r>leasr<l lo learn that there is at least one drended disease that science has been able to cme in ull its stage*. ami that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh i.fomv positive cure known to the , mpillcul traternitv Catarrh belntf si corstltutiou.il di*' r> quires a consul tioual treatment. Hull's Cuarrh Cure Is taken internally. no tint; i irectly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tins system, thereby destroyiri; the foundation of the ul-ri-r, and ?rtvli?:r the patient strcuk h l>y hulluii < up tl.o const! tutlo'n and n-slstlnp nature in dolnr Its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer Ono llum red Hollars for any cas" that it fulls to cure. Send for list of testimonials AddM-ss, V J. I ll KNfKY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold l?v drinrt'ists, 7.ic. Hull's Family Hills are the best. It Jim Tillimtn should under take to assassinate every editor in the State who has branded him a liar, a gambler, a thief and ?since the assassination?a murderer, it would bo necessary to import several car loads of ammunition. If ho should succeed in his infernal undertaking t he Sout h Carolina I'ress Association would he a thing of the past. On the other hand, if ho were to go gunning for an editor that had said anything good of him a popgun would be sulficientand not a hair of the head of any man would be disturbed.?O ifTney Lodger. A Good Recommendation. "I have noticed that ihe Male on Chamberlain's Stoniuc'i ..n?l Liver Tablets Is almost Invariably to those who have once used thorn," HUVS Mr .1 H. \V?'ll?.r ? H.......I ., of Cascade, Io.ru. What bolter rec onnic.id.i1100 could any medicine have than for people lorall for It when again In need of such a remedy*' Try them when you fed dull ufier mi off. when fou have a bad iav.c in youf mouth, feel bilious, have no apixtt'o or when lit Ulrica with c i. . mili.<n, .Mid yo-i arc certain; to ho delighted with the prompt relief which they afford. i' or sale by J. i,\ Muekey A Co poration to carry on the said business, occupation, calling or prefession within the corporate limits of said town for tho fiscal year ending December 31st. 19o3 Sec. 6. That any person or persons, firms or corporations, either by neglecting or refusing to pay the required license as herein provided, shall pay a fine of not less than five dollars, nor more than one hundred dollars, or be imprisoned for riot less than five days or more than thirty days. Sec. 7. All able bodied male perrons between the ages of eighteen and fifty years, residing within the corporate limits of the said Town, not exenqit from road luty under the laws of the State, shall work the streets, pavements, ways and bridges of the town uuder the direction of and to the satisfaction of such policemen or overseers as may be appointed or may have already been appointed, for a space of time not less than four days, nor exceeding six days in each year. Provided,that at the time of receiving notice to perform such woik, any person may pay into the Town Treasury two i,.ii? - - uuiiuih uuniauiauon lax which shall be received in lieu of said work ; that a substitute may be furnished, provided, such substitute is a male person over eighteen years of age and provided with necessary tools, and he shall be required to do full and satisfactory work. Any person refusing to pay said commutation tax, perform said work, or furnish the required substitute with necessary tools, shall be fined not less than ten dollars nor more than thirty dollars, or be imprisoned not less than ten days nor more than thirty days, in the discretion of the Mayor. Sec. 8. All ordinances or parts of ordinances inconsistent herewith, shall be and the same are hereby repealed. Keatified by the Mayor and Aldermen in council assembled, ?nil. .1? iv ? i DAVIDSON STUDENTS BATTLING FOR LIFE. J. M. Boyce and 0. R. McLeod Victims ot Blood Poison Contracted in Bisseeling Boom. Charlotte Observer, Jau. 24. J. M. Boyce of Black8burg,S.C., and O. R. McLeod, of Robeson county, tho Davidson students who are Buttering with aepticamia or blood poisoning, continue I exceedingly ill. The condition of Boyce was somewhat improved last night at 8 o'clock, and he may recover; but McLeod in worse and very little hope for hie recovery is entertained. At 8 o'clock last night Boyce's fever which had fallen slowly but steadily, registered 101. He was in a profuse perspiration, took his nourishment regularly and seemed better in every way. The temperature of McLeod was over 105 all yesterday afternoon and evening, though it was reduced at 8 o'clock by packing him in ice. It was expected that the physicians would admiaister a second injection of formalin during the night. Dr. Munroe discussed the details of the sad afTair. The subject upon which the two medical students were working was a colored woman. "McLeod," said the doctor, "is a magnificent ononi. meu of a man, strong and fullblooded. You remember that he played fullback on last season's football team. While in the dissecting room Thursday afternoon McLeod had a smnll abrasion on the middle of the back of his right hand?a slight, unseeable abrasion that is so common in this weather. McLeod did not know he had his abrasion and, of course, he took no precaution against poisoning. Friday night he had his first chill, and Saturday he saw for the first time the wound on the back of his hand, which looked like an ordinary blister and was swollen to the size of a grain of corn. McLeod cauterized this wound And has had no trouble with it pince, but it was the gateway through which the terrible poison entered his system. "Bovco, as has been stated,was accidentally stuck in the hand bv | a tenaculum, a mere scratch heI ing produced, lie cauterized the wound, but ueglected to cauterize deeply enough. With a punot ured wound, as in Boyce's case, it is necessary to incise deeply and make an open wound and then cauterize. Boyce certainly left the deeper parts of the puncture without this effective treat i tnent. In an injury of this kind one should first and instantly suck tho wound with the mouth and then cauterize. uThoro aro three distinct forms of blood poisoning. The first. is a chemical poison, like snake poison, wtucii we call toxine. This kind of poison is fcttal only in cases where a very large dose is administered primarily and it docs not multiply in the system. "A second and inoro serioukind of blood poisoning the kind tli&t the two students have?is where the bacteria themselves get into the system and multiply in the blood and tissues, so that beginiug with a very small number there are speedily thousands or billions which produce (be same chemical poisons or toxiues (that they produce outside the i body, but by roason ot their nuui % ber, which is increasing all the time, the effects are very serious and usually fatal. In this form of poisoning a very small wound ' or a dron of blond introduced in any way into the system may he the cause of the greatest danger. " The third form of blood poisoning?with which we are not concerned hdre?is known as pyaemia. In this form not only arc the germs in the system and i multiplying, but abcesses form on various parts of the body, i Bovce and McLeod up to this time have bad no abscesses, al-j though there are local inllama1 lion in quite a number of lymph glands under the arm and in the neck." "Do the st udents suffer mnoM1' 1 "Yes," said I)r. Munroe, "eni docarditis or inllamation of the membrane oi tiie heart, is the greatest danger. McLeod has had this tor several days." Dr. Monroe returned to Davidson last night. And he expects to continue the use of the forma ! lin. This community was shocked yesterday by receiving the information that Will Strong, a brother of Dr. C. M. Strong of this ci v, is also in danger of having his blood poisoned, or possibly, has already contracted it. Mr. Strong, who is a student in the medical college at D ividson, has been nursing Boyce and McLeod, Sunday in carrying some wood to 'Boyce's room he made a small wound on the back of his hand. Yesterday at 12.30 o'clock ho had a chill and has been ill since that time. lie was brought to this city yesterday and is at the 1 home of Dr. Strong. A phone message from the resilience of Dr. Strong last night stated that the young man was resting well, and that his physicians would not bo able to determine until today it he had blood poisoning. It is , hoped that his illness?the chills and the swelling of the throat? i may be the result of an attack of tousilitis, and Strong wasexamin-J ed last night by a specialist, who I 1 stated that the symptoms manifested might be caused by throat 1 trouble, though lie could not be sure. 11'Strong has septicaemia lie must have contracted it in the room of his fellow student and 1 through the open wound on the] hand. ' Cures It I o(h! . Skin TroultScN, Can ccr? ISIo<??l I'oiMtii, ( rentes! j I*urllk-r I-'ree. If your blood is impure, thin.j hot or full of humors, if yen have blood ?poison, cancer, j carbuncles, eating sores, scrofula,! ei'/ienia,itching,ridings andlumps, Iseabbv, pimply skin, bono pa'ns,! i catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood 1, or mkiii disease, take Botanic i I Blood Halm ( B. B. B) according j to directions. S ion ill noros heal, ; aches and pains t>N p, tho blood in made pure and rich,leaving the skin tree from every eruption,! i and giving the rich glow of perI feet health to the skin. At the same lime.B.B.B. improves thedigestion, cures d\ spepsia, strengh; ens weak kidneys, lust the medi cine for old people, as it gives' I them now, vigorous blood. Druggist, $1 per large bottle, with directions for hoiifi cure. Sample frof and prepaid by writ ing Blood Bairn Co., Atlanta, (?a. Describe! 'I trouble and special tree medical I advice also sent in ponied letter. ! B. B. B. is especially advised for .chronic, deep seated rases of ini ' I pure b'oed and "kin disease, and | cures alter all else fails. 1 *" "' ? . - t liilM Eugeno Fiel?3% Vl9wt ei* ^mWVoa, onti & pepsin. T "Dyspepsia," w?t? Eupene "often incapacitates a man for entwMfrpr andsornstmes extinguishes thef^QLof inbltlw." Thouph great complaint Field suffered from i'ui*?st ion ail his lite. A weak, tired h e&u't digest your food. 1> jfljpds rest. You can only rest it by 'WySi' o kf a prcparatioa like Kodol, wjjggnre?>vcs it of work by digesting yotyjgfrd. ?~t scci restores it t? its nor?rv?rMte. Strengthening, Satisfying, Cntifjor-imo. prepared only by E. C. u*W itt& Co.. (L^t^Sgo. Ik. $1. *?wus 'iti tknas thu 6 VjyJtxe. t 8 'ii'l riyxKl, sketch vr iiiviiino^^w f t free report oa patentability. r"n fne book, < /lrowtosocurcYnsnc: JP'VO f I u.i'.irsand U.itL"!) ! ?.?u to f imwM f PBTspyyC^^nSBB^KMSCT'i'TT** t sa J IVHoney to Loan. ON A RECENT VISIT TO HfW York City I made arrangements by which I can negotiate loan? of $300.00 and upwards on tir?t inswtgages on improved cotton tarra^'at 7 per cent, interest on sums of $linBJDO and over, and 8 per cent, interest ?n sums of less than $1000.00. No yimission or brokerage charged?a reasonable fee for abstract of title. R. E. W VT.IK. attorney-at-1.aw. Lancaster, S. C., Sept. 8. '02?6m. Don't Forget That first-class colored >vk>cery store. The Novelty Grocery Has been established on College sjt. near K. R. Massey's residence. S. It Gregory, Manager ami tary and Mrs. S. R. Gregory, asa^tant clerk. We sell as cheap as fhe cheapest and as good goods. You are cordially invited to c .11 on in and he treated right. S. R. Gregory & Co. o T TO - -a ' ~ i ax returns 1903. Auditor's Kotice. vroTK'F, IS 1IERERY 0 IV _Lx that tnisolHce will upcn from tjie 1st iIhj of January IHOJJ t?> the 20th day of February 1002, for the purpaee of receiving I he return- of the taxpayers of Lancaster Count All persons havoc personal property in their possession or control ns Manager, Holder or a- Husband, Parent, Guardian, Trustee, Rxe ucgir, Administrator, Receiver, Aftuiii ur Attorney on the 1st day of January l'JOJ, are required by law to list the same for taxation within tie time inquired by law, or incur the penalty of i tPty pri < ut. which attach > in case of failure to do so. The Taxpayers will note all Real Kstate acquired or improvements in a 'e si ice last return. All turtle persons bet ween the aces of-! and tH) are liable for Poll 'i'ujc, except those exempt h> law The Auditor or an as.-istaut will attend tin* I'llllim ino* nl.i... -? - * i .i imr (tonnt> on 11:? days named below Kir the convenience of tile pnh c : Osceola?Tuesday, Jan. nth, 1003, ft. m. t'lrasant Valley?Wedm -day, Jan. 71 h, lOoii. i>i'i.?ir--TlHireday, .Ian. *- h. I0u3. Van Wyek?Friday, Jan. nth, 1'. icie - 11 on day, Jan. 12thf 1003, tun 1 >wight ? Monday, Jan. I J, 10 '3, p pi. i rauesv lite?1 uesday,Ja in 1.., i'.ijw. Taxahaw?Wednesday. .ihii. 1 l.ln'w. Flat oreek Church?Thursday, Jan. la; . 10 ... i>r. < ,i . Welsh's?Friday. Jan. tr>, 1003. Primus- Saturday,.)an. 17, l'.;o3,a.\*i. Mailt* fluid Mine - aloud y, J n ^0, i 1003. K i V.\.?Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 2<<i h and 21 st, 11 *t . Ilcai.h Springs?Thursday, Jan. 33, luirt ! IMeaaaut Hill? Friday, Jan. "23, ltk>3, H. 711. W. T. YantanditiKham's?.Mandiyj-. .Tan. 2<>th, 1 hO.'t. It will be to the interest of pveljr tax paj er t<> make In a return promptly ami save the r?o per cent, penalty nli eh attaches alter the 20th of February . After the above elates I will be found in the Auditor's office to nitit upon f he public. Respectfully, .1 NO. A. COOK, A udilur I.. C. | Lancaster, S. C., Dec.Sth, 1902.