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THE .GENERAL ASSEMBLY. J
WHAT THEY ARE ROIN'G AND WHAT
THEY ARE >'OT DOING.
Synopsis of the Proceedings of the Senate j
and the House, in the Third Week of the j
The third week of the [.resent ses- j
sion of the Legislature opened on the j
7th inst. The Senate was not in ses
sion, having taken holiday for that!
day, but got well to work on (he morn- j
ing following. We give below a
svnopsis of the week's work, so far as
it is of general interest:
Among the measures passed by the
Senate is tne joint resolution providing
for a constitutional amendment enabling
the Legislature to adopt the .
Federal census for the apportionment j
of representation. The vote was?
yeas 26, navs 3. The bill to incorporate
the town of Cainhoy, in Berkeley,;
wa3 the only one defeated on a third |
reading. Senators Buist and Smythe j
united in saying that they found that
the bill would give the contro' of the
town to the negroes and leave the
liquor question in their hands.
The trtllnwincr were defeated Oil UU- i
favorable reports: Bilis in regard to i
peremptory challenges; to prohibit the i
standing aside of jurors; to abolish i
the agricultural department. As to'
the latter Senator Moody, its author, i
moved the adoption of the unfavorable j
report. He said that the House bill J
to regulate the disbursement of funds ;
oy the department answered his pur- j
There was opposition to the bill to j
refund to Daniel Hey ward, surety for
W. F. Colcock, ante-bellnrn collector
of the port of Charleston, the amount
of customs collections paid by him to
the State after its secession in 1860,
and after the war recovered from him
by the United States Government.
Senator Leitncr attacked it on the
ground mainly that all of us had gone
into the war and lost, and that an ex
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CepiiOll 3UUUIU 11UI ue U1UUC. ocuaivio
Smythe, Earle, Youraans and Moore,
of Hampton, made strong speeches in
favor of passing the bill, as the circumstances
were peculiar, and as the
action of Mr. Colcock had been performed
in obedience to the behest of
the State through its Secession Convention.
It passed by a vote of 18
to 11. The bill has since passed its
Among the new measures introduced
in the Senate the following deserve
By Senator Moore, of Anderson
bill "to amend the Act "for the more
speedy development of the Columbia
Canal." (This is intended ?o cairy
out the views of the economic caucus.
It devolves the management of the
work on the canal upon the superintendent
of the penitentiary, instructs
him to connect the old canal with the
new near Cemetery Hill and appropriates
$5,000 for that purpose. The
. effect of the measure would be to
abandon all the work already done and
pay $5,000 to furnish to the penitentiary
only that small amount of water
power which that institution had without
cost from the old canal before the
new one was begun.)
By Senator Patterson, concurrent
resolution that the Senators and Representatives
of the State be requested
to use their be?t efforts to secure the
repeal of the Act of Congress levying
a tax of 10 per cent, on the circulation
of State banks, because the Act operates
injuriously to the financial interests
of the people of the State.
By Senator Buist, bill to exempt
certain oortions of Berkelev and
Charleston counties from the operations
of the stock law. (This was introduced
at the request of citizens of
Berkeley, who have assured the Senator
that the planting- terri'ory hitherto
opposed to the change is not included
in the proposed exemption, and that
the bill is in the nature of a compromise.)
The following bills were reported by
different committees without recommendation:
Bill to compel the charge
ofa minimum tuition tee of $40 annually
by the trustees of the State
University; bill to repeal the Oconee
countv Prohibitory Act; bili to abolish
the railroad commission.
The joint reslution proposing an
amendment to the Constitution giviwg
each county one representative only in
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The pending 'question was Senator
Manldid's motion to reconsider the
action of the Senate wheiebv the unfavorable
report of the committcc was
adopted, rejecting the measuse. Finally,
liowever, the motion to reconsider
was killed by a very decided vote?
21 to 12. So the plan to deprive
Charleston of one of its Senaior was
The joint resolution proposing to
amend ihe Constitution by providing
for the election of a State superintendent
of education by the General Assembly,
and the appointment of county
school commissioners by the Governor,
failed on its final reading for want of
a two-thirds vote. There was no debate
and the defeat of the measure was ;
somewhat a surprise.
The Senate committee on the penitentiary
reported favorably, with an j
amendment reducing the-appropriation
from $20,000 to $15,000, Senator
Wallace's bill to continue the work on
the Columbia Canal. The committee
maintains itt proportion of members
favorable to the canal. The bill of
Senator Moore, of Anderson, appro
priating $5,000 to unite the new canal
with the old was reported without
recommendation, because the Senator
waj not present at the meeting.
'I he bill to Jimit legislation of a private
character caused a long debate.
Senator Talbert moved to strikeout
the enacting clause. Lost without a
division. Senator Smith wanted it
indefinitely postponed. Finally the
bill was greatly amended, and then
passed to its third reading by a vote of!
16 to 14.
The bill providing stenographers for j
for the Fifth and Sixth circuits was
weighted with an unfavorable re- j
llVUf illC cpcuiat wiuiuiiiuv
of Senators from the counties interested.
Senator Patterson moved to table
the report. Lost?13 to 17. The report
of the committee was then adopted.
Senator Wingard moved to reconsider
the vote aud table the motion to
reconsider. Senator Smythe moved to
make this motion the spccial order for
Fiidavatlp. m. Senator Wallace;
moved to table this motion. Lost?13
to 18. Then Senator Smythe's motion
prevailed. On Fridav the bill was
The Hon?e bill to compel emigration
agent3 to pay a license of $500 failed of j
passage bv a vote of 12 to 17.
The College pay tuition bill and the
bill to abolish the" railroad commission
were made special orders for 1 o'clock
The Hoase bill to require overseers
of public highways to cut down all!
dead timber within reach of said high- j
ways was killed by a vote of 24 to 7. i
The following concurrent resolution, i
offered by Senator Moore, of Ander-,
6on, was agreed to without a division: j
"1. That all bills, petitions and pre- ;
sentments of grand juries now pend- j
ing before the Senate and Ilou^e of
Representatives fur and agaiust the <
granting of license to retail fiqnors and i
Ku \ fhr> \
joiut judiciary committers of the Sen-!
ate and House of Representatives for
their consideration, and that said committees
duly consider the same and rc
port by bill or otherwise, as they may
think i>est. .
"2. That said joit?t committee take I
into consideration the propriety of a !
umionn law upou me snnjeci ?i license
or no license in the State of South
Carolina, and that they report by bill!
or otherwise, as inay be thought prop-!
er, to the end that the law in the State j
may be made uniform on the subject:
of license to retail liquors and intoxicating
drink* in this State."
The following bills, among others, !
received their second reading: To!
require the commissioners <5f Horrv j
county to maintain a fence between j
Horry and Georgetown; to incorporate j
the Original Free Will JJaptistChurch; i
to incorporate the Wilmington,.Chad-!
bourn and Conway Railroad; to change j
the lime of holding the summer Sessions
term in Barnwell comity; to
incorporate the Chester, Greenwood
and Abbeville Railroad; to allow the
.-ale of home-uiade wine in Barnwell
county; to incorporate the Summervillc
Street Kail way and Hotel Company
; to incorporate the Blackville and
Alston Koad Company; to amend the
charter of Mount Pleasant; to incorporate
the Cheraw and Camden Short
Line iiailroad; to prohibit the catching
of terrapins between April 1 and June
30; to amend thi law relating to apothecaries.
This bill opens the door to
those who have served five years in a
drug store. It was unfavorably reported
by the judiciary committee in
the interest of public health, but went
through on a vote of 20 to 10. All of
these bills have since received their
final reading in the Senate.
The bill to utilize the labor of jail
and and municipal convicts, and to
empower the courts and municipal
authorities to impose the punishment
of labor within their respective jurisdictions,
caused some debate in the
I Senate, but it wa^ finally passed, with
j amendments limiting its application to
| convicts sentenced for a period not
exceeding sixty days, and providing
that it shall not apply to penitenitiary
The joint resolution to amend the
| Constitution, respecting the Supcrinj
tendent of Education and the School
j Commissioners, was finally lost in the
| Senate. The vote stood 14 ayes to 19
The bill to repeal the Act prohibitI
ing the leasing out of convicts caused
j a long debate in the House. It was
! urged by the friends of the bill that
unless the present Jaw be repealed, it
would cost the Stare $100,000 a year to
maintain the penitentiary. After a
long discussion the motion to strike
out the enacting clau-e was tabled?
yeas 8G, nays 1G. After two hours'
discussion the bill was passed, with an
amendmeut providing that any con|
tractor violating the laws for the pro|
tection of convicts shall be deemed
| guilty of a misdemeanor, and that in
| all such prosecutions any convict who
has been ill-treated shall U> considered
I a competent witness for t he .Siate.
I The next bill taken u;> was that
I 1C4UU1II^ lilt a^llVUUUi ? Vtiiuwu MKU
I the directors of the penitentiary to pay
i into the State treasury all moneys coiI
lected bv them, ami to draw no moneys
j without an appropriation. There was
! considerable discussion, during' which
j it was brought out that while no im|
putation was intended upon the officers
j in question it was an abnormal state
j of affairs that so largeasnm of money,
i about $150,000, should be disbursed
j without legislative supervision and
I control. It was urged on the other
j hand by the agriculturists that the bill
i would be a death blow to the bureau
j of agriculture. The motion to strike
I out the enacting words was overwhelmingly
defeated, and the bill
I passed to its third reading.
Some time was consumed* in di.sI
cussing Dr. Pope's bill to cut down
lawyers' fees. One prominent lawyer
attempted to amend it, but I>;-. Pope,
remembering how the lawyers amended
the Kime bill out of existence last
year, refused all amendments, and
triumphantly carried hi? bill through,
ail tne lawyers voting1 wun nun.
The bill to provide pensions for Confederate
soldiers, which only provides
for the appointment of pension agents,
was killed, the three one-armed Confederate
soldiers in the House, Messrs.
| Haskell, Smith, of Spartanburg, and
j Brawley, opposing it. On motion of
i Mr. Brawlev, however, a substitute
was passed directing the comptrollcri
general of the State to report to the
i next Legislature the names of all citii
zens w!io are disabled from earning a
i living by reason of wounds received
j in the late war.
i>ir. i/iivic a wiJMiuuiufirii auj^iiui
ment prohibiting county or city aid to
; railroads came to grief in the House
; on its (inal reading. The biil had been
S held on the Sepeakers table tor sev;
eral days awaiting a full House. It
j failed to get (he necessary two-thirds
vote, S3, the vote standing 54 yea.-', 50
Mr. Haske'.l's constitutional amendment,
(Article 9, Section 14,) in reference
to the denominations and duration
of State bonds, was, on the contrary,
passed and sent to the Senate by
| a vote of 101 yeas to 5 nays.
j On the 10th inst. there was quite a
debate in the House on the bill introduced
by Mr. Witherspoon, of York,
! to repeal Sections 2,597-2,404 inclu
sive, of the General Statutes relat'-'^
to the lien law. The bill was about tu
be passed without discussion when
Co!. Haskell moved to strike out the
enacting words. Mr. Witherspoon
thereepon took the floor and delivered
a lengthy and elaborate speech in favor
of the bill.
Mr. Davie, of Chester, spoke briefly
against the repeal and Mr. J. R. Massev,
of Lancaster, replied. The previous
question was called which limited
the discussion to one hour.
Mr. Simonton, disclaiming any in
tentiou or taKing part in me discussion
asked the friends of the bill if they had
taken into consideration ihe fact that
the House had a day or two ago paired
a bill giving to the landlord a lien for
rent and supplies. He wanted to know
whether the passage of this Act would
repeal that bill. Mr. Donaldson, of
Greenville, following with a speech in
favor of the bill. Eive-minute speeches
followed from Mr. Haskell against the
bill and from Messrs. W. B. Wilson,
Jr., of York,. Jones, of Edgefield,
Rucker, of Andersou, and Mclver, of
The motion to kill the bill was lostyeas
43, nays 70?and the bill passed
to its third reading.
Kill f r\ ?. /IA f/M? Oil olnrtf
.1. HVJ UIII iv pu/?iuc ivi an
in Anderson county, on the subject of
license or no-license, came np in the
House on Thursday, as a special order.
Almost the entire day was consumed
in its discussion. Finally, amotion to
postpone the bill indefinitely was
adopted by a vo;e of 56 to 5-i. Next
day a motion to reconsider this vote
was lost?thus finally killing the bill.
The bill to repeal the lien law, the
bill to regulate the fees and costs of
attorneys in reference c;ises, (Dr.
Pope,) and the bill to repeal the Act
which prevents the hiring out ot. convicts
were read the third time and sent
to the Senate.
Representative Hemphill's bill to
abolish free tuition in the South Caro
lip College was postponed till la:-t
Monday. Mr. Hemphill <ays he has
canvassed the matter pretty thoroughly
ami his opinion is that it may pa-s
both Houses if its advocate-, will be>tir
themselves and putin good work. .On
the other hand, the opponents of the
measure express absolute confidence
in I heir ability to defeat it.
The bill to aboljsh the office of Supervisor
of Rc<ri>tration and place his
duties upon the Auditor was prodnc
live of some discussion atul was finally
The bill to amend the militia laws
; caused a spirited-nine aeoare ana was
finally killed by a vote ot' SU to 27.
Tliis bill sought to withdraw from
the militia the four dollars per capita
: now given by the State.
The joint resolution proposing to
amend the Stale Constitution, so that
Charleston county shall be deprived of
| one Senator, was taken up out of lis
regular order by unanimous consent of
the House Mr. Stanyarne Wilson
j made a twenty minutes' speech in supi
nnvf nf rpsnhitifili nw) Mr. H.iskpll
i v ?
j made a tour minutes' speech aeainst.
The yeas and nays were called and
! this was the result: yeas 37, nays 64.
The following bills, among others,
have received a final reading-- Bill to
authorize clerks of Court to bail defendants
in criminal ca^cs; bill to require
the removal of dead timber from
the public highways; bill to change
time for holding the summer term of
Court in Barnwell county; bill to
amend the charter of the town of
Mount Pleasant; bill to renew the
charter of the South Carolina Loan
and Trust Company; bill to amend the
charter of the ilebrun Mutual Insurance
Company; bill to license emigration
aL'ent; bill to incorporate the
j Snramerville Street Railway and Hotel
Company; bill to provide for the taking
of the census; bill to regulate the
number and appointment of trial justices
in Fairfield county; bill torequire
the agricultural bureau and penitentiary
board to pay into the State
treasury moneys collected by them;
bill to authorize the town council of
Winnsboro to issue bonds for rebuilding
Mount Zion College; bill to allow
defendants in criminal cases to examine
non-resident witnesses by commission.
WILLIAM H. VAXDERBILT.
The Noted Millionaire Drops I>ea<l at liis
House?A Short Sketch of his Career.
"William II. Vanderbilt dropped dead
at his home 011 Fifth avenue, New
York on the afternoon of the 8ih inst.,
of paralysis of the brain. He was in
the morning, and up to two o'clock in
the afternoon, apparently in perfect
health and spirits. Between one and
two o'clock, Robert Garretf, President
of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
Company, called to confer with Mr.
Vandcrbilt, and remained a considerable
time. While Vandcrbilt was talking,
Garrett sat on a sofa and faced
the millionaire, who leaned forward in
his arm chair, as was his habit when
thoroughly interested. TLe President
of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
Company was suddenly made aware of
a slight indistinctness in Vanderbilt's
speech, that grew into an inarticulate
sound. As Garrett leaned over to
catch his words, Vandcrbilt pitched
forward without word or warning,
and fell heavily to the floor on his i'ace.
Garrett sprang to Iris feet with an ex
ciamaiiou ui alarm, unu seizing a.
pillow from the sofa, laid-it under his
friend's head, then summoned Mrs
Vanderbilt and George, the youngcs
son. Messengers were eentfor physi
cians. One from the neighborhooc
responded first, and was followed al
mosfimmediately by the family doctor
Jas. W. McLean. Such simple restoratives
as were" at hand had been
hurriedly applied, but human aid was
useless. Vanderbilt never spoke or
moved after lie feli, and died in a fejv
minutes, without a struggle. To .all
intents and purposes he was dead the
instant he fell forward on the floor.
Dr. McLean pronounced his death the
VPsnIf. of n. sudden stroke of naralv.-is.
doe to the bursting of si large biood
vessel at the base of the brain, and
stated thai his death was painless as it
was sudden. The doctor knew his
patient most intimately, and pron p 1/
certified to the cause of the death to
avoid^the unnecessary formality of a
coroner's inquest and an autopsy.
The funeral took place on Friday at
10 o'clock, Iroui St. Bartholomew's
church, at Madison avenue and Fortyfourth
street, of which the liev. Dr.
Cook is pastor. Vanderbilt was a
vestryman in the church, to the construction
of which he contributed
largely. The sexton of the church
wa? charged with the funeral arrangements.
At Vanderbili'jj own desire
be was iuferred in the family mausolattm
in Moravian Cemetery at Newdorp,
Staten Island, which has just
Deen completed, it was one or tne
last acts of his life to turn over Indeed,
for one dollar in hand paid of
rood and lawful money, all the old
farm property of the family on Staten
Island, to his youmrer son, George,
to do with as he desired, and for this
purpose the father and .-on went over
to the island together Setunlay la-r,
incidentally inspecting lhejnst completed
?Mr. Vanderbiit was probably the
richest man in America, his wealth
being estimated at $150,000,000. Of
this lie inherited about $75,000,000
from his father Commodore Cornelius
Vaudcrbilf, which he doubled m the
course of his life, fifty of Mr. Vanderbilt's
millions are said to be invested
in United States four per cents.,
and the checks which he receives for
interest are larger than those paid :o
any other of Uncle Sam's creditors.
His income was ?500 a minute. Mr.
Vanderbilt was sixtv-seven years old.
He recently grave $500,000 to +he College
of Physicians and burgeons. In
his splendid brown slone house on
Fifth avenue, almost opposite to St.
Patrick's Cathedral, are many pictures
by the foremost of living artists. He
had given over $100,000 to Vanderhilf
rimcfirfiitv at Nflj-hvillp.. and had
pome time since resigned active control
of his New York Central and
Hudson River and Lake Shoie and
Michigan Central Railroads, which
his father had operated before him.
At the time of his death Mr. Vanderbilt
was engaged upon two missions
which were dear to his heart. One
was to keep shopkeepers out of Filth
avenue, which he feared would destrov
the beauty and disturb the quiet of
that fashionable thoroughfare. The residents
of Fifth avenue are fast scattering
inrn tliA ciHr> cfrpcfc ViJnriorliilr fjiH
not wish either to move or to be surrounded
by traffic. lie thought that
the impending annoyance could be
deferred, if not averted, by defeating
the scheme for a street railroad. To
that end he has devised a stage line
to supply residets with handy transit,
and make them content without rails,
lie was giving his personal attention
to this matter, and, to all intents and
purposes, had become a champion of
stage-coaching against railroading.
Curious to relate his other hobby
was his tomb on Staten Island which
was being built and which lie visited
every dav. The mortuary structure is
well along toward completion. The
masonry is to l>c done soon and then
only decorative will be lacking. The
millionaire was much absorbed in tiii*
tomb, which will have cost $100,000
when ali is ready to receive bis body.
Mr. Vanderbilt ieaves three sons and
A Fight to the Death.
x A/.A.n?i?nn locf rr*r?Ci 1'
Itii IUU; 11 i 1?
a few minutes after 11 o'clock in room
No. 15, in the Nevada blook, San Francisco.
John Atkinson, surveyor of public
lands, was found lying on the floor
with throat cut and a man named
Brown, said to be from Wyoming-, was
lying within a few feet of him, dead
from the-eflect ofa shot from a revolver.
It is supposed they had a quarral and
settled it in this tragic maimer.
?The grave of Beaconsfitrld has been
! allowed to lull into a most dilapidated
' ?Mr. James A Bavard, son of Sec
relary Hayard, rias been appointed
Secretary of the Territory of Arizona.
?.Mni'*. XiKson has created a fat ore
anion*; t!:e ci'i.ival music-h.ving uub'ic
of Berlin, \vlure she has aj peared in a
series of concerts.
?The President has appointed Leverett
Salstun>tall as Collector of Custom*
at Boston. Mr. 6.- has been
prominent in Massachusetts politics
for several years past.
? the ihank?givin<rrrocJamationor
i Governor JI< a-Uev of Ohio made no
I mention of the .Supreme Being. He
j says he "has no right to command the
i people of the State to worship God on
! a certain day."
?Samuel J.Tilden, Jr., "the nephew
I of hi- uncle," has been appointed .Col!
!/ / ( Al* A4" T ^A?? tlirt
V/l IIUUI IUII IkCVUilUL AWI LUts
Fil'teeuih District of New York. He
has always taken an active interest in
politics. His predecessor was "an offensive
?Governor Hill, of New York, is
paying his political debts. He has justappointed
Alton li. Parker, of Kingston,
chairman of the present Democratic
State Executive Committee, as
Justice of the Supreme Court, to fill
the vacancy.caused by the death of
?Dennis Kearney has emerged from
; his IoHg obscurity, and is once more
j preachinsr a crusade against the .Chi-.
1 iin*p. Tim old Sanrl i\nf lender warns
hi* followers that the oulv way to
effect anything ?gainst the coolie is to
keep the movement free from politics.
He denounces Coroner ()'Donnell>his
i successor as the hoodlum leader, as a
crazy crank, who was eaten up with
political ambition. The contest between
these two artists in billingsgate
promises to add to the list of regular
winter amusements in the Pacific
?Lieutenant Greely, who is new in
Edinburgh for the purpose of lecturing
before the Scotch Geographic
Society, advises the English, if they
undertake another Polar Expedition
to send it by the way of Franz-Josef
Land, which route, he savs,is the only
i.^ J :*i,
uiiu iiuit ua.il ut; imr&uuu wuh auv
reasonable chance of reaching higher
latitudes than those already attained.
He expresses himself as doubtful that
the North Pole will ever he reached by
explorers, because the region in which
it i< located is a land covered with ice
3,000 feet thick, and constantly changing
?Samuel J. Tiiden is building one
. of the largest and most complete conservatories'in
the country ou his premises
at Graystorie, N. Y. It wiil be
supplied with all kinds of fruit, so that
they may be pluckcd the year round.
The conservatory is built in sections,
riiwl trill Ua ca niM*nnrroil tKof rp^on 11~> O
mm ?JII i/ir- o*/ ai laii^gvi 11*4*1 M iiuu \.?i\s
fruit, of one section is u*ed the next
section will be ready. When finished
the grounds will be thrown open to
the public, who will be allowed to visit
the conservatory under direction of
Mr. Tildcn's manager. The immense
hot-hou>e stands on the cast bank of
the Hudson River, aboutoOO feet above
the level of the stream.
Judge George W. "Ward, a wellknown
Virginian, voted at long range
in tho recont.electioiu Being disabled
by injuries received from an assault
by a political antagonist, he was confined
to his rooms in the third story
of a building in Lynchburg. The
voting-place was nearly one hundred
yards away, on the opposite side of
the street. The judire had himself
placed at a window in sight of the
polls, tied his ballot to a key, which
slid on a string1 of sufficient length to
be attached to the ballot-box. The
crier recognized the vote, and the
ballot was deposited in the box. The
achievement is worthy of being handed
down for t lie emulation of coming generations.
?Three members of the Cobinct,
Messrs. Lamar, Garland and Vilas,
will not do auv entertaining of a general
characier during the present wintor.
Mr. Garland refuios all kinds of
invitations. Re make?; no call* and
receives none, except of a bnsiuess
character. lie lias a perfect horror of
dinners. It is one of his boasts that he
: never had a dress-coat on in his life.
His mother has charge of his house,
! anp will doubtless see people on the
j regnlar Cabinet reception-dars; but
she never accepts invitations any more
. than her son. Mr. Lamar occupies a
suit of rooms upon the sixth floor of
the Portland Flats. He is fond of
going out, ami is a great favorite at
the numerous dinner parties given
during the season. He is living, however,
in modest bachelor quarters,
and will do little beyond giving an
occasional dinner to some of his friends.
Mr. Vila* i-; keeping house with his
j family on M street. Their house is
' - " i 1 - a * 1 ?511 U1..
,| not ; too jarilf, out inuy win [jmunui;
entertain in a moderate way.
A Clear Head and a Strong Heart.
If you muddle your brains with any
of the whiskey compounds which are
sold under the name of "bitters," and
w I rich topers delight for stimulants,
you do your system irreproachable
mi<ci ef. Brown's Iron Bitters is not
I one 01 tr.ese. j.i promotes ucanny
' action of the heart, liver and stomach.
It cleanses and enriches the blood, and
fits the brain for the best mental work.
The best physicians prescribe it, and
it is well worthy of a trial by all. *
The annual address before the South
I Carolina Bar Association was delivered
i in the Hall of Representatives on
I Wednesday by the Hon. John Dillon,
j one of the most prominent and sucI
ce-sful members of the New York bar.
He delivered an address before the
! American Bar Association at Saratoga
! in 1SS4, which has been pronounced
by competent judges all over the coun!
try as a masterpiece of learning. He
j is" the author of work on municipal
I rornnrntinns. which is hi^h authority
i both In England this country. The
i Association was fortunate in securing
I the services of so able a jurist.
A Generous Proposition. \
We are crcdibly informed that the .Blood
Balm Co.. Atlanta, Ga., propose to ture
any of the following complaints for onethird
the money and- in; one-half the time
required by any known remedy .on garth.
The diseases embrace all forms of Scrofula
and S&fcflilous Ulcers and Tumors, all
stagfe^of Blood Poison, Rheumatism, Catarrh,SkJnTMseases
AfTecttOnsj Chronic -Female Complaints,
Eczema, etc'. Send to'.them for a book
filled with the most wonderful Jcases on
record, mailed free to-any address. *
The grand jury have returned a
J true bill against the mayor of the city
: of New Orleans for extortion in office.
| In their report they say that the entire
citv government was found in a
i wreU-.hod condition, and that the police
! force, besides being insufficient for the
; service, tire of very little protection to
: the inhabitants of the cit\. They ad!
voeatc- a general reform in the city
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Mks Winsi/ Ws soothing St p.up should alwavs
be ust-tl irr children teething. it soothes
: ;h" child, soneos the gums, allays all pain,
cur^ wind colic, and is the best remeciy ror
S filarrlKRi*.. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
] The American Pnblie Health Asso!
ciation has been in session at Washi
ington for several days, and essays
| upon important diseases have been
; read by a number of prominent physi|
oiaus from ali parts of the country.
GENERAL NEWS ITEMS. j
Facts of Interest, Gathered from Various
?Business failures last, week were ;
230?against 214 the week before.
?Joe Dallas, a negro said to be one j
hundred and twenty-five \ears old,;
died at Dallas, Tax., ln?t week. i
? The most intensely cold weather-i
that has uecn experienced in tive j
years is now prevailing in England. j
?Hawkins & Sons, cotton spinners, j
of Preston, England, have failed. !
?President Cleveland's message to ;
Congress, read on the 8th inst.. is gen-!
erally regarded as an nnusuallv able j
? Senator Colquitt, of Georgia, has
been nominated for Vice-President by
an Indiana clergyman of the Northern
?Gen. Don Crrlos Buell, well known
n J 4i a ^ . i
as \_>ommaiHier 01 me army 01 uie i
Ohio, has been appointed Pension
Agent at Lonisvillc, Ky.
?Nelson Stewart and Anderson
Davis, colored, convicted of burglary,
were hanged within the jail enclosure
in Charlotte last Wednesday.
? A requiem mass was held in Washington
last week, in memory of King
Alfonso. The President aud Cabinet
occupied front seats in the church.
?The whiskey question in Atlanta
goes into the United States Courts, on
the consitutionality of the local-option
low Tlio on^l rKnip
lawyers arc confident of success.
?At Northampton, Mas?., Allen J.
Adam?, for the murder of Moses B.
Dickinson, of Amherst, ten years ago,
was sentenced last week to be hanged
on March 12, 188G.
?At Akron, Ohio, last week, a
sewer being constructed caved in,
boning seveu laborers. Four were
crushed to death and the other three
were latallr injured.
?The buildings of the Southern Illinois
penitentiary at Chester, 111., were
badlv damaged and some of the in-1
mates seriously injured by a cyclone
on Tuesday night, "Nobody killed.
?The ten-year old datrghler ol
James Dunn, of Xenia, 111., died last
week from trichinosis. It. is said that
two weeks ago the girl ate raw pork
and'that her death resulted therefrom.
?The house of Wesley Greer, at
Caunonsburg, Pa., was blown up by
natural gas Tuesday morning aod the
occupants, vxreer ana nis wire ana
two children, severely but not fatally
?The faculty of Vanderbilt University
on Tuesday adopted resolutions of
respect to the memory of the patron of
the University, William II. Vanderbilt,
and suspended exercises in the
institution for one day.
?An explosion of natural gns occurred
at the supply station of the
Philadelphia Companv, at Sandv
r>., i..^t mA?i.
i u. ) iuol v> i. lit i;a |>iy."jwu
was followed by a fire which destroyed
the building. No one was injured."
?Last Tuesday evening, at the;
crossing of the Texas Central Hailway,
at Bryan, Texas, the Rev. H. T.
Wilson and two daughters were killed
by an engine drawing a pay car. .Their
horses were killed and their wagon
?A special to the Chattanooga Timts
says that W. D. Kellett, United States
deputy marshal for the Northern district
of Georgia, was waylaid on Lockout
Mountain, thirty miles front A 'hat
rainu'X"* irtct VYC^IV u} r> *4:IU
?Some tramps threw a freight train
from 1 lie track of the East Tentn-cs-'C,
Virginia and Georgia Railroad ias
week, totally wrecking seventeen earn,
valued at $o0,000. They were n.-fn?ed
a free ride, and wrecked the train ior
?L;ist week Wm. Hooper, agrd 12
and David Know, aged 10, were
sicagiug on ineice on a pona in inc
outskirts of Heading, Penn., when
Hooper broke through the ico, and iii?
companion going to his rescue both
?The smallpox epidemic at St.
Anne de La Poicatierie, Canada, was
caused by fifty or 6ixty persons attending
a wake over the first victim.
The disease broke out simultaneously
in as many families. Of one family of
ten persons, only the mother is alive.
?Thomas M. AJfriend, the oldestunderwriter
in the South, died at Rich
mond, Vfc., las? week, aged 75 years.
For years before Ins death he was an
authority upon questions pertaining to
insurance, and up to a few years before
his death was I he only marine adjuster
south of New York.
?In the United Stales Circuit Court
in Baltimore last week the jury awarded
Kate Drown, colored, $1,000 damages
against Caleb C. Wheeler, of
Caroline county, for assaulting her.
The plaintiff was a domestic in Wheeler's
family, and he whipped her. She
r\AA TUJp c
sut'u jlui gw,vw. -lino uju uiai
of the kind tried in Maryland.
?Daniel McSweenev, the Irish "suspect,"
who loomed up in ihe last
Presidential campaign, and has since
haunted the Administration for reward,
has at last received an inspectorship
in the San Francisco Custom
House, worth $1,800 a year. This
place was created for him, but does
not by any means come up to his ideas
of what Ire ought to have had.
?The cases of the Louisville, Ky.,
Law and Order Club against the yambiers
were on trial in the Circuit Court
last week, and fifty indictments against
eighteen Jocal proiessionai gammers
were indefinitely continued in termrem,
on tbe gamblers' confession of
guilt and their promises never to engage
in tbe gambling business again.
Fines to tbe amount of $16,000 were
assessed against the above gamblers.
?At Richmond, Va., last week, (he
caucus of the Democratic members of
the General Assembly re-nominated
the heads of State departments. The
only change made was in the office ot
State treasurer, for which A. W. Harmon,
of Rnckbrid<*e county, was nominated
in place of Isaac R." Barksdale,
the present incumbent. The Hon.
Jno. W. Daniel will succeed Riddleberger
in the Uuited States Senate.
The Army and the Mormons.
The war department has recently
received siich reports from the officials
in Utah, regarding the very unsettled
condition of affairs in the territory
growing out of the enforcement of the
laws against polygamy, as to causc
some uneasiness but no alarm. The
rccent shooting of a Mormon by a
United States marshal created a great
deal of cxcltement.among the Mormons
and some apprehensiou was felt at
Salt Lake that there would oc an uprising
among' them. A battery of
artillery was recently ordered from
Omaha to Fort Douglass, which is
situated a few miles from Salt Lake
City. This movement, however, was
not particularly on account of any fear
of a Mormon rebellion, but had been
in contemplation for some time. The
force now at Fort Douglass consists of
a full regiment ofinfantry and a battery
of artillery, and is under command of
j Gen. McCook. In the event of trouble
!-4n TTmh jilt thr> frnons in the deDart
went of the Platte, consisting of aboat
3,000 men, could be concentrated at
Fort JDouglacs in a very few hours.
No serious trouble, however, is apprehended
by army officials. I
The Courts in the Sixth Circuit. The
bill to chanire the time lor holding
Courts in the sixth circuit prescribes
the following Court calendar:
Fairfield?Third Monday in February,
second Monday in June and
third Monday in September for the
General Sc-.-i -ns, and for the Common
Pleas the Wednesday following the
third Mondays in Febuiary and September.
Lancaster?(Jcncr.il Sessions, tirst
Monday in March, third Monday in
June and the first Monday after the
fourth Monday in September. Common
Pica?, on t>:n Wednesday following
the first Monday in March and the
Wednesday after the first Monday after
the fourth Monday in September.
Chester?General Sessions, the third
Monday in March, the fourth Monday
in June and the third Monday in October.
Common Pleas. Wednesdays
following the third Monday in March
York?General Sessions, the first
Monday after I he fourth Monday in
March, the first Monday after the
fourth Monday in June and the first
Monday after the fourth Monday in
October. Common Pleas, Wednesdays
following' the first Monday after the
fourth Mondays in March and October.
Four People Drown.
On friday night five negroes, three
men and two wotnon, returning home
from a frolic in York county, S. C., attempted
to cross JJroad river, near the
Air Line Railroad bridge, in a canoe.
The boat liiled and sunk, and the two
women and two of the men were drowned.
The third man was rescued by persons
on the banks.
The Virginia Senate has recently
passed a joint resolution instructing
their Senators and Representatives in
Congress to vole for the Biair educational
bill, or any other measure hav;> !/<
fni- ?tc nnrnncr> nii/l an an
lllb "" *w 1'"" ~ ~J~~ -jr
propriation for tiie benefit of the public
schools of that and other States in
common. They believe in a division
of the surplus revenue of the Federal
?At Kansas City, Mo., an explosion
occurred at the gas works at 2
o'clock on Tuesday morning, totally
wrecking the building. The engineer
was seriously injured and the town
was left in total darkness.
The Democratic caucus of the Virginia
Legislature has nominated the
Hon. John W. Daniels for United
States Senator over John S. Barbour
by a vote of sixty-five to thirty-one.
in linn Virginia win nnu a true representative.
It is rumored that neither MinUter
Pendleton nor his wife are satisfied
with (lie German capital, and that >.e
will soon forward his resignation to
Washington and return to America.
At this season nearly every one needs to use borne
sort of toaic. IKON enters into almost every physician's
prescription for those who need building op.
ft. 8T1? yfJIL
For Weakness, Lassitude. ^3>ijeb of
It T2 A w \A T-HT AT,- and
j'h the opl v Iron medicine that is not injurious.
Ii Enrichcs the Blood. InvipomtCM the
System, Kestores Appetite. Aids Digestion
It does not blacken or injure the teeth, cause headache
or produce constipation?other Iron mtdicuxt do
Dn. G. H. Brs'ELEY, a leading physician of
Springfield. O.. fays:
"Brown's Iron Bitters is a thoroughly good medicine.
I use it in my practice, and find its action
excels all other forms of iron. In weakness, or a low
condition of the system. Bmvro's Iron Bitters is
usujilly a. positive necessity. It is all that is claimed
Gennine has trade mark and crossed red lines cs
wrapper. Take no other. Made only by
BROWN CHEMICAL CO.. BALTIMORE. VS.
I.adds81 Ha>~d Book?useful and attractive, containing
list of prizes for recipes, information aboot
coins, etc.. (riven away by all dealers in medicine, or
mailed to any address on receipt of 2c. stomp.
r?cr VPAD8 bpj iBCS?
1 i, ? > a it* ww*p?
Hie Greatest Judical Triuraph of tis Ago!
SYMPTOMS OF A
Lossofsppetitc, Bowels costlvc, l'aln 5:i
tho head, with n. dali sensation ia the
back part, I'ain nuclcr tlic shoulderblade,
Fullness after eatiuj, with n.diainclination
to exertion of body or mind,
Irrita.biiityof temper, I.ow spirits, with
afcclinsrofliavinffiieslccted some duty,
Woarinesa, Dizziness, Fluttering at tho
Heart, Dots before the eyes, Headache
over the risht eye, Ilectlessness, with
fitful dreams, Higrhly colored Urino, and
TUTT'S PXULS are especially adapted
to such cases, one dose effects such a
change offeelincrnstoastonishtlic sufferer.
They Increase the A ppetite,and cauiw tho
body to Take oil FietU, tun<; the system is
nourished, atid by thi-!r Tonic Action on
the Digestive Orcans.lSesuIar Stools are
ann masmam BBfflRFra P%* J'?*s
tut i s mm uit.
Geat Haie or Whiskers changed .to a
Glosst Black by a single application of
this Dye. It imparts a natural color, acts
instantaneously. Sold by Druggists, or
sent by express on receipt of 81.
Office, 44 Murray St., New York"TICKET,
A POPULAR CONDUCTOR SAYS:
I consider it my duty to impart soma
very valuable information to my friends
an;1 acquaintances as.many of them know
the unpleasant condition under which I
have labored in performing my duties as
conductor of the Georgia Central liailroad.
Some months ago i became afflicted with
a severe attack of Rheumatism, anil I desire
to state how I was cured. It increased
jn violence until I could no longer get in
and out of the cars without assistance.
While thus suffering all the agonies of
this dread disease and ready to abandon
my position through sheer" necessity, 1
was induced to trv 13. B. B. TIIE EFFECT
WAS TKULV MAGICAL. I had
no idea that a medicine could produce
such an effect in so short a time. I experienced
a wonderful change before using
half a bottle. After taking only four bottles,
I find myself to-day a well man. This
splendid medicine effected a cure no less
wondrful in the case of my wife, who was
also terribly afflicted with Rheumatism.
She obtained complete relief and perfect
restoration to health after taking the same
number of bottles I did.
I take much pleasure in recommending
B. B. B to my Iriends as FIRST-CLASS.
1 refer to Mr.'R. Schmidt, Agent C. K. U.,
Atlanta, and to "(J. Ji. K. A gem, .uacon,
and Dr. IIape, Atlanta.
J. T. WOODMAN,
Conductor Central K. 11.
Although a practitioner of nearly twenty
years, my mother influenced me to procure
B. B. B. for her. She had been eonfined
toher bed several months with Rheumatism,
which had stubbornly resisted all
tL, usual remedies. Within twenty-four
hours after commencing B. B. B. I observed
marked reiief. Mie has jii>t commenced
l.er third bottle, and is nearly as
active as over, and has been in flie front
Yard with "rake in hand," cleaning up.
Iler imi?i?*veinrnt is truly wonderfully and
C. II. MONTGOMERY, M. D.
Jacksonville, Ala., Apiii 2, lfW5.
? Pi B a a a and WTTISK Y HABITS curtd
a i W u ? 8 Bi/S ar Lomp without rafii. BOOK
LSa RBiaWlof particular* s-nt FREE.
IL WOOLLEY, IS. D., Atl?nt?,G?.
. FOR COUGHS AND CROUP DS*
The ?we?:gna, as from* tree of the same name,
. growing along the sre?n streams Is tie Soothers State*,
contains a stimulating expectorant principle that loosens
the phlegm producing the earl; morning cough. and simulates
the child to throw off the false membrane in cronp and
whooping-cough. 'When combined with the healing mndlaginoni
principle in the ffinllein plan: of the old Selds, pre eats
in TiTUs'i Chxbozzs Rxxxdt op Swxzt Grx ass
Mcuxni the finest known remedy for Coughs, Cronp,
Whooping-Coagh and Consumption; and so palatable, anj
child u pleased to take if Ask toot druggist for it. Price,
25c.MKi <l. VAX TEE A. tAYXOR, Atlanta, Gt.
Use Dk. BIGG5RS' HCCKLEBERRY CORDIAL for
Diarrhoea, Dysentery and Children Teething. For sale bj
Man and Beast.
Mustang Liniment is older than
most men, and used more and
more every year.
A "FN T1 T *F? 7 f
&?U?l,U? ISdliiJ Q
An infallible specific for
all rlie diseases peculiar
to woman, such as painful
or Suppressed Men
struation, Falling of the
Womb, Leucorrhoei or
CHANGE of LIFE.
If taken during this critical
period, great suffering
and danger can be entirely
Send for our book containing vahnble
information for women. It will be mailed
free to applicants.
Tue Bkadfield Regulator Co.,
Box 28, Atlanta; (ia.
Sold by all drujrsists.
AB2G OFFfctt. To introduce
them we will give away KfOO selfoperating
Washinsr Machines. If you
want one send us your name, P. O. and
express office at once.
ih t r?.\ i KUAii i u., ? J >ey &r-.
DEAFXKSS its ( A CSES and CURE.
bv on*- v lio was deaf twi-n'y-eljfht years
Treated by most of noted specialists oi
the rt.'-y with no benellt. Cured him*eJj
in three ,mrn .lis. and *lnce then hundreds 01
others by same process. A plain, simple and
successful home Treatment. AcI<Ire?3 T S
PAGE, 1-jS E i.-t 26th St., New York City,
Rough on Coughs;
Though prompt and efficient, it is mild
and harmless. Safe and reliable for children.
Wherever known it is the Mothers'
Fovnrite ('ou?rh Medi<*ii:e tVr the infant.
the children and a<lu:t> It is surprisingly
TKyCtlKS. J5<". Ll<gr!Y>.25c,
Th?* Worid" rfnl Sure**** In Consumption,
Broiu-liitis. Asthma, >'pit ting of Blood,
Sore ?>r Tight. <jh?*st, "AV-.i hun.es, Hoarseness.
-ore I In oat, Loss of Voice, Catarrhal
Throat .\fl*e.ti<>i s, < Immi.* Hacking, Irritating
and Tr?>u liesouie Coughs.
"KOUGH OS ITCH."
Cures Humors, Eruptions, Ringworm,
Tetter, Sa't Kliftum, Frosted Feet, Chilblains.
E. S. WELLS, JeiseyCity, X. J.
A Pure Family Medicine That >"evei
If you arc a lavycr minister or business nun
exhausted by mental strain or anxious cares dc
not take Intoxicating stimulants, but use
U K I \ > R \ K A M
li; \ i iV U? . ; JLJKJ . 1 -LYJL
Parker's Hair Balsam ts finely perfumed ani
Is warranted to prevent railing or the ba r aa3
to remove dandruff and lrelilng.
HISCOX <? CO., New York.
Good J*:ty for Acen?. f.I fO to P200 per
Dio.mnilciiOllinsoui'UraiKi .Vc;v EiiMory.
F?mouM.ind Derisive B.i(llcsr.i jhi-V/oi-ld
Writo to ?S. C. SlcCurily to., to.
The Folublv Guano is a highly concentra
Grade Fertilizer for all crops.
ASHLEY COTTON AND OOKN COM
two crops and also largely used by the Tru
ASHLEY ASH ELEMENT.?A very ch
tilizer for Cotton, Corn and Sm:i!I Cram t
ASHLEY DISSOLVED BONE: ASIILj
Grades?for use alone and in Compost kea
For Ternis, Directions, Testimonials, anc
publications of the Company, address
THE ASHLEY PHOS
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! a* CUBES?Diphtheria, Croup. Asthma. Sroachlti
I HoaneneBg. IcflccnrA, Saeidng Cough, whooping C
| Diarrheea, Sidney Troubles. and Spinal Ptoaaeg. J?i
Tiese pill* were * wonderful discovery. ITo oth?
relieve all manner of disease. The Information aro
Pills. Find out about them and you will always 1
free. 8old everywhere, or teat by gull forage, lasts
s2xendan's Condition^ mm ? h m h m
Powder is sfeeoluielyB H M B fi?
pure and highly con-M EH BSD ?9 9
eantrated. OntoccceRIH IrS OA EL.
is worth a pound ofRfiafl B SfiJ D> Snj
?fWv^i '11 Bill BP
! ??3a <??8???III Si 1 a in B RI
Sold everywhere, or sent by mill for 35 ceats In stoa
si gaiMljyoiprMa, prepaid, Ibr $6.00
L mi i lasggBBMBO ?piM ?-L ?Og-* '1 ? "M "'I Wl
| Magnolia Balm
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I Many a ladv owes her freshI
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MASON & HAMLIN,
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MASON & HAMLIN,
and BAY STATE.
Pianos and Organs delivered, freight
paid, to all railroad points South. Fifteen
days' trial and freight both ways if not
KTOrder and test in your own homes.
COLUMBIA MUSIC HOUSE,
LUDDEN & BATES5 S. M. H.
N. W. THUMP, Manager,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Charlotte, Columbia & AusrcstaE. R
SCHEDULE IN Ei'TECT OCTOBER 4,
1883,?Eastern Standard Time. v
GOING NORTH. 1
3TO. 53, MAIL AXD EXPRESS. 1
Leave Augusta 9.10 a. m.
Leave W. C. &. A.notion 1.12 p. in.
Arrive at Columbia.. 1.22 p. m.
Leave Columbia 1.32 p. m.
Leave Killun's 1.58 p. m.
Leave Blytliewood 2.13 p. m
Leave Riclpeway 2.34 p.m.
Leave Simpson's 2.47 p. m.
Leave Winnsboro 3.02 p. m. .
Leave White Oak 3.22 p. m.
Leave Woodward's 3.43 p. m.
LeaveBlackstock....? 3.50 p. m.
Leave Cornwall's .3.58 p. m.
Leave Chester 4.15 p. m.
Leave Lewis', 4.32 p. m.
Leave Smith's 4.40 p. m.
Leave liock HilL 4.56 p. m.
Leave Fort Mill . 5.20 p, m.
Leave Pineville 5.40 p. m.
Arrive at Charlotte... 1 6.00 p. m
Arrive at Sratesville 9.35 p. m
NO. 52, MAIL AND EXPRESS.
Leave Statesville 7.45 a. m.
Leave Charlotte 1.00 p. m
Leave Pineville 1.27 p. m
Leave Fort Mill 1.44 p. in.
Leave liock Hill 2.02 p. ra.
1 Leave Smith's 2.22 p. ia.
I T.ooro T owic' ) n m ?v
Leave Chester 1 2.44 p. m. *
, Leave Cornwall's 3.03 p. m.
Leave Blackstock 3.12 p.m.
- Leave Woodward's 3.18 p. m.
i Leave White Oak. 3.30 p. m.
Leave Winnsboro 3.48 p. m.
Leave Simpson's 4.03 p. m.
Leave Ridge way 4.16 p. m.
' Leave Blythew?jod. 4.32 p. m.
, Leave Kiilian's 4.49 p. m
; Arrive at Columbia 5.15 p. m.
Lf L *ave Columbia 5.25 p.m.
I j L -ave W. C. & A. Junction 5.57 p. m.
I Arrive at Augusta 9.38 p. m.
Connection is now made at Chester (by
trains 52 and 53) for Lancaster and inter
mediate points on C. & C. K. R., and for
all points o:i C. & L. R. \l. as far as Newj
ton, N. C.
M. SLAUGHTER, G. P. A.
G. R. TALCOTT, Superintendent.
D. CARDWELL. A. G. P. A. .
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bitions ?:*, quarter aj _ ...
eighteen ve.vs.lj^_!J I!' muih tuninjjas
One hun-irfl V - ,'." 1'ianos on the
i Styles. $?. to <L\i 11 r"r,"V'-:i!l P ' ? *? ?' >?T
I Jocc. For Cash, Ej J I 3 fi2|y " *' rest-pin"
i HasyPavnjer.ts g/j " } jf jr?[fi systeir. Re),
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? ! alogues free. O" of tone
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Easrtocue. A. certain core. Not expensive. Thr?a
; months' treatment In one package. Good for Cold
in the Head, Headache, Dizziness, Hay Fever, <fec.
! \ Fifty cents. By all Druggists, or by mail.
?. T. HAZELTJQfe. Warren, Pk
ted Ammor-iated Guano, a complete High
POUND ?A complete Fertilizer for these
ckers near Charleston for vegetables, etc.
cap and excellent Xon-Ammoniaied FerIrcps,
and also for Fruit Trees, Grape
EY ACID PHOSPHATE, of very nitfi
for the various attractive and instrnctiv.;
PHATE CO., Charleston, S. C.
* ANODYNE 4
a, Neuralgia, Bhenmatlsm, Bleeding at the Lcrura,
ovgh. Catarrh, Cholera Morbus, Dysentery, Chronlo
gaphlet tree. Dr. L S. Johnson. & Co., Boston, TtTnst.
I MAKE fill 1 F
v NSW, KICK f&fi Bj 9 S
BLOOD. 1 ! Is V ^
ts like them in the world. WiH positively core er
and eaoh box is worth ten times the cost or a box of
>e thankful. One pill a dose. Illustrated pamphlet
mpa.- Dr. I. S. JOHNSON ACQ.. 22 C.H. St..Bogtoa.
rue i iMif-is
Bw Hull H II ^ chiclcen cholera asd
?*3 w ? Is worth tta weight
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BPS. 2 1-4 lb. air-tight tin cans, SI: byzaail. Sl-SX
* BE. ITS. JOH2JS02T & CO.. Boston.