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Rapid changes of
on the toughest coni
The' conductor pai
inside of a trolley car
of the platform-the <
hour or so in a heat
walking against a bi
difficulty of avoiding
body so that it can
langer of cold from ci
It will help you to 4
Panama Ditch Hitch.
Over lanma dit:. h;
Contractors' hilla rejected;
The force of brunt
Of 'l'eddy's stunt
Poor Oliver is ba'li'ring,
Without a doubt
He's thousands out
His c(Intracts bids prc p'ring!
This latest jolt
Like sudden bolt
Falling from ch ar sky,
Miakes us wonder
WhenI in] thulder",
Dirt w%ill start to f11!
-- [ A tlautt aUeor,gian.
Mercury and Air.
The rantot I el r euttl ry lri-es and
falls in Ihe ib;tromtert"t" is t l'.t, dry nil
is heavy, sl, t air' is liht, :and the
column ttf mtercu:ry is ali.etud by
atuost)iphetic )rres,urN, Tllt tot'be of
al b)aromIet.Cr b)eing( open a I le bulb
end, th'[air wle I n-it c nlllnot sil.
port the weighit uof ti" iruI- u t1.I
\ bt"u ti a ir is dry, tht" I a ry:"t"II'
cantl r' esist it; w |I. ; I: I: l r.e the
ilse aI1"d1 fall iII d Iry al: nh
The Sam Lee Case.
Z.Ieb : at ht eer tfanU
aIs iu";l ' lll1 i it i ttct ,
tUlls (ti ai t. .11m e-tje1 In
a theid Slifal 3. ich,scing hoiiiIs
oJf con se It
day. .1 .Sonii I,d( ('alc ,
"Sain the ne-gro frai
Sute uI ho sotned 21) ye-ars agoi cotn -
testedI theI electedl of Ree-tatu iiei
Ricliiharso, of bC he~ seuethI conagres-$
"HIe waLs nOeer elected. lHe was8
never se-aleil, hot a.ii3 irtia house 3( 18
once voted at thle c',OSe of theI session~l
thait be s en1i ~titled to his seat. To.
daiy Senator AlcCumuber moiived to
pay the lheirs of Samw Lee $10,000 for
a1 service wvhich Sam Lee neOver Ir
formied and, of coursec, which he was
ne6ver entitled toI receive. The '-ill,
however, passed the house at the last
sessionI against the unimiiiious Soppo
sition of the D)emocrats.
"Senator Latjimer blocked it in t,he
sen ate by beginning a filibudter.
Securing the floor on the McClumber
motion, just three quarters of an
hour dutrinlg the close of the se.,sioni,
Senator Latimner proceeded to read
a number of speeches, which it would
have takleni him soimethinug like
two hours to read(. Senattor McCum
ber realized that Senator Laitimei
could cantinue till the sess8ion expired
and withdrew his mXotionI.
"So the heirs of Samr Lee will not
get this bonus given it."
The Constructive Shaw.
Secretary Shaw is nothing if not
constru1ctive. Within two days
his brain lh,- me't,ributed to thea na.
pion's plan ~ tention of for
* eign trade - e im3provement
of the curr' In. Neither, we
suippOo, ir m i too seriously.
Oertainly ~ *. iable secretary's
proposal o f bonded porte
along the 'ein may be lo
cated mnannd'~ plants for the
production of goods to be sold at loss
prices abro 6p~ilbj~i at hOmDe
What a ~ ject lesson sui
port he,~ advantage of
temperature are hard (
;sing from the heated
to the icy temperature
:anvasser spending an
ed building and then
ting wind-know the i
slon strengthens the
better withstand the
tanges of temperature. 4
ivoid taking cold.
60c. AND $1.00.
1ress John Sharpe Willatms asserte,
that American manufactures were I e.
ing sold abroad at lower prices then
in the home markft, he was greeted
with a chorus of jeering denials fron
the high tariff advocates. Notbin;'
of the sort was being done, they sai:
and even if it was, the practice kept
our wills going and our workmei
(+mployed But here comns Ml.
Shaw cheerfully admitting that it i.
all t rue, proposing that the systett
b4 given a permanent place in on
d ,m_, O-ic economy, and trying to Co'
vince n that we ought to patty high
prices for the sake of maintaining
atnd pit p)OhC..
We trust that Mr. Shaw will con
tinue in his jocular manner, to ham.
'ter away at. his bonded port idea 1
-,ta do some good in the cause of
i inrfi revision. -Washii . ton Her-ld
Vhen food will not stt y on th
st..'i cl pot. one teanslo. iiful of l ni
wat I in at single glass of milk at
-'p it slowly.
Wh-n a cut will not heai satnrah'
a pice( of ab1-m lben t Cotton Witl
(1oal oil am1 hind :im.
II there is trouble of anv kinnd w tb
ti- e(' -, 1 W ?,h If eith 1e(r c l te ,
ne'V milk is good.
In "iglt cas( s of rheunmit.isiui, ii
Ot part l'- I ire wr L'p(d m :
)'111" if al-w oi il:in , it will w'n
F1or pins1in the stmcha iii .
beent addeiCl, phliced over1 Ihe stomaeba
wVI~i gie ahunost. intt i relief.
A enpI of hIt, walter wvill relieve
s)Cik stomach,el antd for those wh<
cannGL~t tiako it phtain, try ai luit.h
h-mon juiceQ, at lumpl of sugaIr or r
p inchi of salt.
For sprains or brnise ei ther holi
or cold applications are good, bo:
stick to one or the ,othier, and aftet
band(1aigintg keep the banidages well
A pples and cidler taiken in la re
qluanttti()s wvill be found more plene
an ndqite as effective as a dloet
of castor oil. Prunes cant also,
be taken in large quantities, and wdul
have the samell effect.
Hold a bruised finger in a CUp ol
hot water for a few minutes, and ii
will prevent fmt;ther trouble. Trh
water should be as hot as it is possi
ble to stand1 it. Gathermngs and run
arounds canl be successfully treated
iln th~e samle nmanner.
Certain kinds of loothaOch)tecan he
relieved by pain)ting the gumus wvitl
absorbaint cotton in oil of clover
t.incture of myrrh or laudanum ala
pilace in thme cavity.
Fca nuervouis headache a flann
cloth dipped in hot water and p)lac(<
first on tho temples and then on th<
back of the head at the base of thi
brain iso to give relief.
Steamers Reported Aground.
Baltimore, Md., March 11 .-Th.
German steamer Pisa and the Brits1
st'eamship Adelaide Monday wore re
ported aground in Chesapeake bay
bo'th vessels having missed the chan
nel in the heavy snowstorm of Sun
day. They are not believed to b
in danger. Tugs are working to re
Stuck on Mud Bank.
-San Francisco, March 11.-IP'he 4
masted American ship Dirngo wer>
ashore on the north end( of Alcatra
island Sunday night, striking on
mud bahk, where she still lies. S1
was 18.5 days out frorm Baltimor4
with 6,000 tons of coal on board cor
.ined to the goverxmant.
FI"nally a traveling man brouj
. here. I was so glad to get back
mined to make desperate efforts t
One day a citizen of tils towr
that big city. I caught him looki
Suddenly I found my voice and st
"Now, look here, do
stay in this town ll cii
you lots of good. You
with me, and the butcl
and the grocer will buy
-goods merchant will pa'
me, and the doctor w
farmer for oats to feed
6the farmer will buy son
butcher, and the buitche
you and get his tooth me
if as you see, ll be more
home than if you'd send
.Doc said it was a ighty sti
eeat it in that light befor. g be w
iand I began to circulate around h
Ow, just siiose al thi (oel
" or somi other lig cit w e h oki
You could see this townI grow.
Acwioutai ead-ge bte
A Busy Medidne for Busy Peo bu
Brnas Golden Healt and Reewet Viar.
A. ".-i i ft for Cons' mtion. I tal tion. LTe -
t Kitiney .roue, l'iiph.s. f.ar ewinn buson
oui, lhui lreath, "lbut ish owens Ithebuic.
"nd Jacknc'ic. Is Roc . Moan.ni g n Ti a ti m
:t, form. :enot a bol. G bnuie m oade
'ob.sTRa 11RiUe C. liPANY. AliaI.Ison, \Vis
LiOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOP-.
A Woman's Back
Has many achs ad ainws ca sh by
weansses and fail iig, or i. dispiac-"
S1nent, of the p elvic organas. ii her symiip
t;ms of fenat wea ess are frnntiiihl
eadache, dizziness, imaginoar specks or
dar1 k sots ft,in iig bef(ore the' eyes, ginaw.
lng 5flsensation in stomach, dragging or
boaini g down ini lower ahI domiInal o(r pieh itc
region, d isagreeale dris from .lvic
orga ns, faint""ells wi h genera l weak ness.
sympiltomls are( prest5(i theireis no11 remlediy
that wili give quhicke'r relief or' aL mfore per
mianent cure t.hani )r. Piere1'e's -F'avorite
Prescription. It has ia record of over fort y
yearis of curefs, It is theii motst po~tent
inv'igora ting tonic anid strengt heing ner
viluknown to eduIcal science. It is ma<h
of the glyccric (extratts of native medici
nlal roots found in our forestsg aind con
hiabit-formiing drugs. Its IiigredienutS ar(
allI printed on the biottle-wrapper(11 and atI,
tested underf oaithi as corrict.
vorite P'rescri ption " has thle written eni
dl(rsemien Itiof thle most. ': emiint mied ien
writers oif all the several schools of prac
tice-mol(re valuabile thin iianiy amuniit (i
nioni-professionaiil testmnonialIs--though the
ha tter aire ocit hiek Iing, hav.'ing biieen con-*
tribuited violi ntiarily biy grattefuil pa tienti.
iniDi numbiers to exceed thew enidorsemieiit
givenii to an iot iiher msedlici ne ~ etanit, for
the ciire of womnan's ills.
Youl cannli'a a f1'ordl t(o accept any mfedicline
of unknoitwii compiositionl as ia sublstituite
('0.MPioss'rboN, eve y ouiighi th e deatler mayl 3
imake a little miore tprobit thIiereb~y. Yoiur
interest. In regiinsg health1 is paramoun(ii lt
to any3 selfish iter'est of hi is and It Is an
insult to your Intelligence for im to try
to pailm off upjonl you at suibst I itte. You
know what you w..anit and it is his busi
niess to supply the article called for.
D)r. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the
original "Little Liver Pills " first put up
by 01(1 Dr. Pierce over forty years ago,
muclh imiitaitedI but never equaled. Little
3 SuigarI-cteOLd granules-easy to take as|
AND CURE THE LUNOS
FOR OUGS .a 5e as$1.00
0109 Free Trial.
I. Surest and Quickest Ouro for afl
.- THROAT and LUNG TROUB.
ILES, or MONEY EAOR.
of a Dla
I amd at doll:ar. .\. littlo *
age worn, maybeI >i. hut .liill ._,
in circulatio n. I : In i ;ottd *_
of imysolf for being in (i
inlation. i ::n no lon ato *
c:In dolhtr-not 1. i
TIhis$ towna is only Iny *,
adol :-"tl honi e, but I likr it .
and hople to rt'Inain il(r- ,*_=
Inan1ently. W\hen 1 c:line
out of the mint I was *,
a(lpted into a towvn like
this in anoth er state. lit.t *
ifter it tiane I was sent oft'
to a big city, niany miles
away. I turned up in a "
Mall Order house. For syev
eral years I stayed in that
eity. Millionaires bought
cigars with mte. I didn'ti
like that, for I believe in
the plain people.
ht me to this town and left me
to a smaller town that I deter
was about to send me back to
ag over a Mall Order Catalogue.
tid to him-be was a dentist, by
c. If you'll only let me
'culate around and do
buy a big beefsteak
ier will buy groceries,
iry goods, and the dry
his doctor's bill with
ill spend me with a
his buggy horse, and
ie fresh beef from the
r will come around to
nded. In the long run,
useful to you here at
me away forever."
ff arguient. He hadn't looked
it and bought the big beefsteak,
dollars that are sent to Chicago
(ireculating right here at h(ote.
AIN'T I RIGHT?
ISa delicious chew,
~made from the best
North Carolina leaf;
a leaf that has a spec
ial texture, a special
flavor and which
makes RED EYE a
specially fine and satis
Mos pepleprefer it
to tobacco costing one
dollar per pound.
Ask your dealer for it and
insist on him keeping it.
Write for special, Prices.
OiiAILEST1ON & WVEST'EIN CJAItOLJ.
Arrival and( Deoparture of Tralns, Grol
ville. II. C. EffectUve April 14, 100.
6:30 a m, No. 4h dtally except Sunday, for I
rens andi IntermedIate stations, arrive
Lau rens 0:00 a ma.
l2:15 p ma, No. 53 daily for Laurens, Clin
N ewberry, Colum ba, Sumiter adChat
totn connectting at Sum pier wIth A. C.
TraIn No. 82 for lRichmiond, Was hingt
and eastern cities, and at L.aurens with (
W. C. TraIn No. I for Spartanburg
train No 2 for Greenwood, Augustla, etc.
Arrive L.aurens 1:35% p m, Ultr
2:22 p m, New berry 3.10 p. m, ColumbIa
Sumter 6;20 i' m, Charleston 9:40, Spar
b)urg 3:30 p. im, Greenwood 2:46 p m,
Augupta 5-'.5 p. m..
4:40 p m, No. :36 D)ily except Sunday. for I
rensan iitntermediate stations. Arrivi
10:20 a mi, No. 87, daily ext nt Sunday f
Lau rense and intermed' 1 Mtilons.
.00O p m, No. 85, dily (I :;unday, f
L~arensand interr -t n.
3:25Pin No. N~d1
We are pr'eparin
*and Spring Busie
: the mioiiev and space
. queatly for the next
very low prices on al
Now is your chanic
I have a;
Among them are the recomn
Clocks with weights, which
Aid a new line of SILVER
Siker WATChES. A nice 11
glusees to fit eyes.. All kinds o
Wholesale and I
4 ri"a.in. hay, LonL. r.,
W %e have just received three
of [lay. We also have a full
Chops, Bran, Shorts, Oats and
Cole Guano Distributors and C
you I 1oney by buying !ro111 uls.
' one or WriLe us, Your c
(hARRiI SONh1 V'Y
We have a nice graded str<
-erty (the Robinson Place) and v
Cheap, This propertp lies clos
Cotton Mill, and it is the ch<
around Pickens. Let evesybody
cation of their children come at
-these beautiful building lots.
Money invested here will [
Pickens is going to be Tmiv towi
T 4 3-5-i
I 2 1-5-2
I 26 1-7
Money invested in this pro
within tweclve months.
J. 0. HDLC
204 acre wvell improved fa
Pickens. Six acres river bottoi
au acres upland in high state of c
About 1oo of fine original fore
and plenty of it. Good 1o-ro
ngs and two tenant houses.
worth i o,0oo--our price
Scash and the balancei
for Spring oOds
and w ill need all
in our store. Conse
30 days we will mll ,
DS MUST MOV.
e to buy Cheaply.
good line of
C K S
iendable old style Seth Thomas
[ am selling at special bargains.
WARE. Also solid Gold and
nie of Spectacles; I guaranteQ.
f repair work in the jewelry line.
- Easley, S. C.
Vyatt & Co
r, S C/
letail Dealers in
<1 All Kindsc of1 F"eedl
car loads of Flour and threc;
stock of Cotton Seed Meal,
c:orn. We sell the celebrated
otton Planters. \Ve can sI
rders will reccive promp)t At
Yours for )usiness,
AT T (U C'O.1,1A'LN
set running through our prop
ie are now p)repared to sell lots
to the Graded School and
~apest property we know of
who is interested in the edu
once and get first choice of
)ouble itself in Twvelve months
1 of the up-country.
perty now wvill double itself
rm for sale. In five miles of
ni; eight in branch bottom; y~
ultivatlon: 25 acres in p)astur.
st well timbered. Good water
om, 2-story dwelling, putbuild.
Th~le J. L. Stephens ea&. Js
,6,500. Titlesgg. .ep
n one year.
Land Ag j