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ill Opiuni.Morphinc nor Mineral.
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Scan * Worms .Convulsions.Feverish
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A DANGEROUS FISH.
Tho Peril That Comos With Cntching
an Eloctric Ray.
Trouble lurks In the least suspected
spots. One would think a smooth,
shallow cove a safe place In which (o
float In a good craft, yet Charles I'rod
erick Holder met with nn adventuro
In just such a spot, which ho relates
In "Big Game at Sen." The author
was visiting a friend on the New Mug
land coast, who was given to the study
of natural history.
One day the author accompanied I:in
friend on a colleetlnrr fHn mui ti >
Is the story of the result ns ho (old it:
Opposite ills house was a little hay
with a clean sandy bottom. Over
this wo slowly drifted. 1 sat In the
stern, enjoying the day and examining
tho curious things my friend drew out
of the water. Suddenly lie Rave an
ejaculation, and I saw hi in olin^,
seemingly helpless, to lii.s pole Ilia
face was ashy pale, with a white ap
pearanco like one stricken with -i fatal
' I sprang forward Just in tin- to
catch him as lie fell back into tin- i. -at
and lowered him to tho seal. At
he could only motion toward the wa
t ter. He was almost rigid finally Inrecovered
enough to say "Torp-d->"
I saw the harpoon ho was l< . :i?
dancing about, evidently foreed n
U JUigU 11311, lir(lN|>lIlg It. 1 S'.'MI
covered tlie trouble, for I re<"ivcl
eloctrlc sliock strong enough to :11 -!
knock me over. I dropped (lie pole
I5y this time my friend had ri nvi
ed enough to tell mo lo let t!:e li h n?
main where It was. Willi dlllh-ul'I
rowed to shore. When tlie hoal v. a
grounded I picked up an old glass hot
tie, took a turn over It with tlie lim
and, with the help of this h 'in-m i]
Insulator, pulled the lish on shore.
It proved to he one o" the largest tor
pedoes, or electric rays, I have ? vor
seen. Under certain conditions it
would have heen capable of hilling a
man. When touched the fish wmi! i
k. roll Its eyes dismally and give a l<>\\
r . .
w l nave never known a man (<> l
y killed by one. but many have I < n In'^ter
Jured, and, as for my friend, lie did not ,
*T|>' y * . recover In a week.
biThi'lPLD TIME DINNER.
' 'it tli0 Manners In the Sevenfj/the
W; I W.,, of h "?' | > i i a I i I y in I!.::,'.and
I J , a ! . : t '
/Ml ';()? * n country gentleman of
oijaSBBaM. ./mart. if,
Vjiyick oiV* Get Up
'Xt'/lh a Lame Back?
Kidney Trouble Makes *rou Miserable.
Ftp* Almost everyone knowiof I)r. Kilint :
J Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver tud
A&3 1* ,| jT\ bladder remedy, be^
^ Root fulfills' i:!a :
/ -il mjtV '^9 every wish in <>,
|i C~l u 1 jijjH coming rlieunr ' :n,
\ Hilt pain in the back, I
ilfMrHMw-k TO ney?, liver, Ma<i .
0 II an'l every part of thill
' _T urinary passage. It
corrects inability to
hold water and scalding pain in passing it,
or bad effects following use of liquor, wiue
or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being cnnipcllcd to go often
through the day, and to get tip many
timc9 during the night.
Swamp-Root is not recommended for
everything hut if you have kidney, liver
or bladder trouble, it will be found just
the remedy you need. It lias been thoroughly
tested in private practice, and ban
pruvcil BU BlltV-VadKIl mat 11 Dpf l Kll (II
ip.ngcment has been made by which nil
readers of this paper, who hove not already
tried it, may have a sample bottle
9ent free by mail, also a book telling
more about Swamp-Root, and how t-?
j, findontifyouhavekid* <
* ^ neyor bladder trouble.
When writing mention |^5wS:2;i2;i55rra
reading this generous
ster in this paper and
[ ;nd your address to
Kilmer tk Co.. Hom# o\ nwamp-Koot.
I il^hamton, N. Y. The regular fifty-cent
fcfc. an, |one-dollar size bottles are sold by
. uggists. Don't make any mistake
BL tO tnRember the name, Swamp-Root,
m middled*? Swamp-Root, and the ad- |
, \hatnton,N.Y? on every bottle.
too the o*.
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For Infants and Children.
Hie Kind You Have
Bears the A V
Signature / /\M
a JV In
iJ For Over
thc ckntaur company, new your city.
the peri. (1 lived. Dinner and supper
wore brought In by I lie servants with
their hats cm. a ci;m<hii wSiic-li Is corrobm-aied
l>y I-'vnes M : \ - >11. who
says that, bein.i: at a Mii ' t s house
who had i..i\ servants t > attend him.
tbev brought in the meats with their
heads ?. vereil with hltle taps.
A fl i i \\ a -h:iil; theii haiiiis in a basin
they s.i; down to dinner, and Sir
.James I'liii.le said ^raee. The viands
scetii'd t" have been pleii11till and excellent
"hi;,' pcittatre, long kale, bowe
ol' white kale." which is cabbage;
"brach snppe," powdered beef, roast
' n ml 11, .ilo.t mutton n I'onlsnn >! > lit
fonr of :in egg and goose Then they
liiid cheese, < u( jind uncut, and apples.
1'll( tho close of I In* feast was tfio
most curious thing about it.
The tablecloth was removed, and on
the table were put a "towel the whole
breadth of the table and half the
length of it. a basin and ewer to wash,
then a reen carpet laid on, then one
cup of I. er set on the carpet, then a
little lawn serviter plaited over the
corner ol the table and a glass of hot
water set down also on the table; then
be tla-re three boys to say grace, the
tir t tho thanksgiving, the second the
Pater Noster, the third prayer for a
blessing of God's church. The good
11 i.i i i '-i. i u v ui:> pill l\ I i 11 t JI It
and (ho whole company then do <1 rink
hot waters, so nt supper, then to l>ed."
? I'xoha mro.
The 1 tiuht six-yearohl daughter of
nil upper west side physician happened
into his r< eption room the otlier day.
and a waiting woman path in enga^ -d
her in coin ersatlon
"1 suppo<e yon y<> to church and
Sunday s lioolV" she asked
"Oh. y.'s. ma'am," slio replied.
"And what d nomination do yout
i parents lichmx
"Why." "-.ild the little one, "mamma's
' a Pre- o.Meriaa and papa's a hrain spe,
clalist."- Nt>\\ York tJlohe.
' "ho late i?r. Talma;,re on.-e called on
1 his lawyei anil found two of his palisii'oiii
r there on legal business of ti
private nature. ?
"All, ?11 t or," called I lie lawyer In
; i < i :ii "^ooil morning! Hen? are
' I v. > i ! y in Co- U. .May I a sic without
11111 . ; i: i> if you regard them as
black she p or while?"
"I do i t !;no\v as yet," replied Talma
; > dryly, "whether they're black or
white, I it I'l l certain that if they IX,
innlli her - long they'll be fleeced."
Charged Tor Curiosity.
Mr. Haeli What Is the reason you
charge twice as much for my cuffs as
you <lid formerly?
Laundress? Hocnnso you have begun
making pencil notes on them.
"What difference (loos that make?"
"Tho girls wfisto so .nucli tii.iw in
trying to make thorn out." ?London
"You say tln-y contested tho will of
"Y<-s. and the court held that hn
was suffering from hallucinations."
"on what grounds?"
"It appeal's that lie left three-fourths
of hia property to Ids motlu r-lti-lnw."
- T.ondon Opinion.
What They Will Do for You
They will curc your backache,
Strengthen your kidneys, correct
urinary irregularities, build
up the worn out tissues, and
~ ?2- ? -*
biiiiiinuic nit; cAucsa unu uciu
that causes rheumatism. Prevent
Bright'a Disease and Diabates,
and restore health and
Strength, Refuse substitutes,
" r:~> ; .J
" * *
THE LION'S ROAR.
An Appalling Sound That Brings Terror
to the Traveler.
Once In the* lion country yon lonm
the real reason why lie is termed the
king of beasts, lie looks It. Besides,
there Is the terror he easts over all the
brute creation about him. And as fur
t.I I ! < I"
mi"., IIIV.-1V 13 tllll' 111111111' I>1 nil? Ill
Eust Africa that the traveler never
forgets il-e lion's roaring. To me no
other sound in nature is more awe inspiring,
more appalling, especially it'
i heard at really close range or *ituuOg
hills, where the eelio resounds*in its
rolling double liass. Contrary to the
common idea, lions do not eontitie their
thuuderoufc vails to the ulglu only.
Frequently in open daylight one may
he startled l?y a sudden outburst.
They are a noisy lot loo. At night I
have heard a hand keep up the dire
chorus for hours at a time, a blood
curdling concert that brings to mind
every tale, fanciful or true, of their
! daring, of (heir tierce ra|?:?? ity and
might. It seems, still ftirlIjor. to have
an added dread fulness when one is lying
within l lie frail walls of a lent,
with only its canvas between one and
the formidable musician.
Listen now! There goes one booming
In the distance, a roaring obligate
that breaks into from six to a dozen
calls. From (he first to the fourth the
volume usually increases; then it dies
I down. At very close quarters one
hears the roar melt gradually into a
purr, Itself diminishing to a growling,
discontented mumble that lasts for
about half a minute, or there is the
other sound, equally menacing a soft
and suggestive crunching noise, as
though the beast had already settled
to a grewsoine meal. The lion's voice
is illicitly, as mighty as his sirenirili.
Forget his habits, his love <>t < arri n
and his daylight turn of cov.nrdi< e and
you have the Impression o| a Kin of
beasts n real royally along the brute
creation. -iOverybody's Ma ; / ie
I.IOII I'oiidloh* ? l MM
Iii Pittsburg ? savage 1 ioti fondled tlio
j linnd that n child thrust into his
cage. Danger to a child is mhik'I inics
great when least regard I. (H'-ii it
conicB through Colds, ('roup ami
Whooping Cough. The\ >hty thousaiula
thai Dr. King's N w I >is<'ovcry
could have saved. "A fev d >ses cured
our baby of a very bad rase of
Croup." writi-H Mrs (15. Davis
of Flat UocU, N'. C., "\\Y always give
it to him Nvhon be lakis (old. It's a
wonderful medicine for babies ' lb st
for Coughs, Colds, LnCripi e, Asthma,
Hemorrhages, Weak l.ungs. ~>0c. --rl (HI
Trial bottle free. (Iiviranterd by all
The Kov. Dr. Puteintoslccp Deacon
Goodleigh walked right out of chur? h
in the iniibllc of :11v si-rnii i I uninlcr
If I oITi'mIim! liitn.
Mrs. (!<><>?!Ii-i!i I)on'l lei tli.it wmitj
you, doctof lie's I .'en a .nihilist
fi?r yen1.: . I *!?'lsi?l??l|?lii.t I: . 1.
We ell'er < I s ! I 11 11 < ?I ! olliil- lie
Win'il I r n p < : >. i ; I ;n . Ii I : ;i t ralltiot
lie I'lin il 1?\ II ill' - .!: ! Ii 1 :!s .
I'. .1. < IIK'NI.V < ??. !<>!.?).
We (lie lllulrr.sj^ Hi i'. Iistv? ki v* u i
.1. ( iit'll*'> 1111 lii l:i - I \ i . i . :
11 eve I ii'ii |'erfi elly I. >lu r.ili'i i Ii n
it. I i.i suet i<ins ;ii:<i liii iin- . Iy i ' t'
any "ill any obligations :na I :.iIi
W.VI DIMi. Kinnan ?V M \u\ in.
\\ I ii ill >:i 1 I )i ii-" i-1 - *i"i 11 ' ( l
11 .-ill's ('."iturrli Curt* i?. t il;>n int. 111;?1U,
lining ilircrlly upon ih.- *>! ??*?! an<l
nil'oils suiface* ofvlic s\s(i'iii. '!'< tiiiio'
i:?Is s<-iil l'ivi\ I'ricc 7"'<' p -r 11<?(11 .
Thomas .J. (Jihsoii. under sen
leuce ?il three years for reeeivi
11o- s 1 , ~?(M) worth of Stale honds
from former Hond Clerk Daniel
/.inmierman, of tin* Slate treasurer's
<>11 ice, died last week at
his home uii I 'a rk st reet, ('< ?luiu*
i>i:i. 111 iiis i nii yenr. iiiiit ;in
illness which has dated sino
his trial two years ago. Mr.
(lihsun \va^ at liberty under
IhiihI, pending a motion before
I lie circuit court l or a new trial,
nn the ground of after discover
ed evidence, the supreme Court
having passed an order to this
ell< ct. Mr. Zimmerman \\ .1
pardoned last year.
\'i w>r hesitnfo nliout L'iviiur Cluimliprlnin'H
Cough Homedy to <;liil?li*on.
it contriins no opium or other nnrroti
^ ntvl ciin he given with itit 1 ilicit
!imli?l( ni'i?. As n <|iiick cure fui
I ' iinuhs android- to wh'? li children ai
.-r.ni'i'i 111 li> it is un>u rpiiwt-il. Sold^liv
all (lf-iiI? I'M.
'I'm 'I t v :iI't -I'll*? ?ii Sin i il)
I'rxilo, ill (Jr<MHi'villi', .'iii'i'liil
M r. .1. M . Simmons mi ,i \\:iri ,ilit,
sworn mil limn I ,;uiivns
county, cliiiijxin^ liim wilh hip;
amy. Mr. Simmons Inli <I Ih.il
11. .i - i i i '
i 111 < w < i' i iii' i ; 111 < i iii.ii
nllllMiiu'i lie )l;I(I III.II l iril I wo
woiiuM). his (irsl wife h;i- l? en
<l< .*i?I for over twelve years. I!c
seemed (<> lie under the imj>r<
sion that I he wariint was sworn
out merely as ;i matter of sjiiiiwork
on thi' pai't '?t his sc< <>nd
father in law.
(' iiiiiiutiiilnr .1 niliim ,\. I'ruO I'lmt No I II'. j
i?? i i. 111. (. \. i:.
.Mr. Ihhiu: Cook, Commando of nliovo
I'ost, Kownneo. Ill . writes "For a
IniiK I line I was bothered with hack
nclip and pains Herons my kidneys.
About 'wn months ago Htnrted taking
I'Vtly Kidney Pills and noon saw tlioy
wero doing ju.st ns claimed. I kept on
taking them r.nd ?'>vv f am free from
bnclow ho, and rhe nainful Madder
miflory in nil gone. I like Foley Kid
ney fills so well that 1 have told many
of my friends and comrades ahout
them and shall recommend them at
ovary opportunity." Sold hy all
f. i '/a
ST, *ETER CRIED '
/ Matthew 14:21
"Then llwy that were in the ship came
thou art the Soi
Respecting its heroes the Bibh
the naked truth. Today's Rtin
the weakness of St. Peter's nat
actor hero pictured as the sani
Blons?noble and courageous, but rathei
weakness of any of the Biblo charactei
away in the narrative. It was this sai
toll of his approaching death, took the
for KIMVllviflL' nflr>r flits tlinnnnr nn/l HOC.
nnd tlmt tlio disciple knew moro than
ignorant or else wilfully misrepresents
rebuked lilin, as in this matter being an
The same courageous niau afterwnr
ant of the IUgh Priest in his Master's
a few hours later when he denied him
erthcless, tho Master loved him; with
and strength ho had, withal, a noble, ft
declared, "Though all men forsake thee
St. Peter witli tho other disciples in a f
had declhuXl to go with them in the be
tain for a season of prayer. The boat
wnen tno disciples saw the Master walk
At first they were all affrighted; then
finally St. refer asked the Lord's pernils
water. This permission was granted, an
tie maintained ids faith, tie would hav
Game power that had exercised itself in
healing of sick and the casting ont of d<
from sinking into the water.
lint whllo St. Peter's faith was s
stronger than ours today, in that lie e
nevertheless it was not strong enough,
boisterousness of the sea his faltti l?eg?
Master, however, caught him, saying, "
thou doubt!" The lesson of the occasic
the disciples then offered (tie Lord their
the Son of God in power; that oven tlie
"A hand that is not our
A voice that is not ours
Commands tho waves, i
O. thou of little faith, \
A^l are sinners. "There Is none rlgli
l/.o the extent of their imperfections,
snne people recognize themselves as iini
ognltion of the groat Creator. They c
lioing worthy of his favor ami life eteri
worthiness becomes deep-seated; when
of sin Is death," that the heart is m<
eternal and to cry nnto tlie Lord for i
bondage and from its death sentence. '
lend a helping hand, as in St. l'eter's
their sins if they have repented of then
he will say, "Why did yon not come soo
soon as yon cried."
our forefathers used to think that t
mind an everlasting torture at the ban
6ii' h pictures would be more successful
ness thnn the Scripture penalty which (
"everlasting destruction" (II Thessalonli
Their message failed to convert the woi
loving, t!ie (Sodlike. Men reasoned tli
about it. as it is contrary to all human
such untellable torture. Now, howeve
superior l ranslatlons, marginal referentmore
ami more I lint God's Word is tn
that when it says death It does not ineni
Indeed, some have told us that to tl
istenee wldch God lias ordained to be I
opportunity and offer of salvation is uk
condition would bo. One reason tlint It
It is more rational, and thinking people
and give it more weight. It is from c
stands ready to deliver every member ol
from the tomb and all the imperfections
death. Jesus' death at Calvary was o)
the lirst imt'i and of all those who sha
out Christ's death there would be no rei
A little while and the faithful ones
t on" to be Christ's Joint-heirs. Then
kind, including the awakening of those
dentil. Our Lord's help of l'eter corresi
world. It also Illustrates how those wl:
God would l?e lrt danger of sinning ngr
What Aih V
- ?? ?.V ?
Do you feel weak, tired, despondent, ha
nehes, conied tongue, hitter or bad t
"heart-burn," belching of gas, ncid risi
eating, stomach gnaw or burn, foul bre
poor or variable appetite, nausea at ti
if you bate tiny considerable ni
nhovo s> mptoms you nrc suffering
ness, torpid liver with indigestion,
Dr. l'ieree's (lolden Medical Disci
up of the mo'.t vnlunblc medici
I. noun to mcdienl science for ti
cure of such abnormal conditions,
cfticicnt liver invigorator, stomncf
regulator mid nerve strengthencr.
The "Ooldcn Medical Discovery" is no
n fell list of its ingredients being print
under oath. A glanco .it these will sho>
ftil habit-forming drugs. It is a fluid <
glycerine, of proper strength, from the
forest plants. World's Dispensary Med
/ ?? KM III! II
8 In Anv
The Telephone is the
quickest in- :i> d se~ ^
curing relict or e.tiling
4. ( ?
mi umiimiiihx'. i i rural
u districts tl: i. . ;or or
the nc; can lie
3 moncd in I > :iine than
Connection with tl
in touch with tin; whol
telephone in \ our homo
; V,, v,-.
/ / ^.v
"LORD, SAVE ME." \
and worshiped him, saying, Of a truth
i of God."?V. S3.
i, unlike any other religious book, tells
ily emphasizes both the strength and
11 ra 1 disposition. Wo Identify the chare
which was displayed on other occar
forward and boastful. Not a slnglo
rs seems to be smoothed down or cut ,
no St. Peter who, nfter hearing Jesus
Master to task for it, upbraiding him
ling him that he did not tell the truth,
his Master; that the latter was either
ig the future. No wonder the Master
d drow his sword and smote tbo servlofonsn
Vi>f wltli nil tlila If wna nnlv
entirely with oaths mul cursing. Nevhls
peculiar combination of weakness
illliful heart, even while ho boastfully
, yet will not I." Our study shows us
Ishlng-boat on a boisterous sea. Jesus
at, withdrawing himself to the niounhad
not yet reached her destination,
;lng upon the water and drawing near,
reassurance came from his word, and
isloti that he might walk to him on tho
id wo cannot doubt that, had the Apose
reached the Lord In safety, for tho
him and In the other disciples for tho
uncus was absolutely able lo keep hltn
t ranger than that ??f tlio others anil
von attempted to walk on the water,
As bis eye caught a glimpse of the
in to fail anil he began to sink. The
0 thou of little faith, wherefore didst
in being ended, the wind ceased. All
worship, realizing afresh that ho was
winds and the waves obeyed him.
s upstays our steps,
1 commands the waves;
itnd whispers In our enr,
,vhy didst thou doubtV"
teous; no, not one." Some do not realNevertheless
It is safe to say that all
erfeet and hence as unworthy the recnnnot
commend themselves to lilm as
nal. It is when this conviction of untlie
realization Is keen that "the wage
>st likely to realize the value of life
deliverance from darkness, from sin's
Jo all such the Savior stands ready to
case, lie will not reproach such for
i and turned to righteousness Kather,
nerV 1 was quite willing to aid you as
they should p dure before the sinner's
d> of devils. It seemed to them that
in drawing men from sin to rlghteousleclares
that the wages of sin Is death,
ins 1, 1)). llut they overdid the matter
hi. It merely tortured (he saintly, the
nit there was probably some mistake
i experiences that life could persist lu
r, with the alii of the modern Hlblo,
es, etc., the people of <iod are learning
le and that It should not be twisted?
i life in torture.
ielr minds the utter blotting out of ox'he
fate of those who refuse hi.s every
>re of a terror to them than life in any
has greater terrors undoubtedly Is that
i can and cb> receive it more earnestly
(verlastinj; destruction that the Savior
' Adam's race from the dentil penalty?
i of mind and body which are parts of
f sulllcient value to cancel tlie sins of
l\? fill! lll'iltll lllMUlltv wit 1 % llllM will,
*urreel Ion. no future life.
shall come forth in the "lirsl resurrecwill
come the general uplift of muuof
the whole workl from tlio Bleep of
>oiuls to that greater help of the whole
10 have already become me children of
iIn, were it not for our Lord's helping
* ^ X\ ft. ..
vc frequent head- yAjdB^^^SHLi
aste in morning, ;y..
ines anil kindred m 1
imhcr of tl?o
rtvery is in.ido - BRTSC"'
nol principles BH J j ^
be permanent II ?|
It is ii most JHI
i tonic, bowel
i u )>uiviu iiitiuuinc fir liccret nostrum,
cd on i's bottle-wrapper and attested
v thai ?' ci>ntaiif; no alcohol, or harmextract
made with pure, triple-refined
s roots of native American medical,
tical Association, l'rups., Iluft'alo, N. Y*
lie Bel! System puts you
le country. You need a
Write to nearest Hell
ele phone Manager for
imphlet, or address
Farmers* f tae Dr.r>artmeni
^Jtljerii Bell Telephone
aiid Tcicoraph Co.
Couth Pryor Street
GEOMGIA I \ Jl
SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR
, w?ot YOU?
Folov Kidney I'ills contain i nconcen- ,
l r it ted form ingredients of established 1
therapeutic value for the relief nnd j
cure of nil kidney and bladder ailments.
Sold by all druggists.
! John Skelton Williams, of
Richmond, delivered the com- ,
mencemont address Tuesday
night before tho members of tho
graduating class of tin4 University
of South Carolina. Mr.
Wills.,,?.r, 1 n
.? n.Kiuin |iivi'in;nic? u mi" i cnun ation
of 1 he South through her
own resources, lie advised the
graduates to avoid polities and i
seek their rewards either in a
professional or business career.
A tcuch of rhematinm, or a twingo
of neuralgia, wlatu'er tho troublo is,
Chamberlain's Liniment drives away
the pi in nt unco and euros tho complaint
quickly. First application
gives relief. Sold l>y all dealers.
Charlie Young, a negro man
living near Leslie, in York county,
was killed at that place Monday
afternoon by his wife, Cora.
From the testimony, it appears
that the two had been quareling
for some days and after leaving
his wife in a huff, Young went
back to her in a threat ning manner.
She shot him in the neck
as he approached, and he died
within a short time. The woman
went to Rock Hill and surrendered.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets will cloar the sour stomach,
sweeton the breath and create a healthy
appetito. They promote tho How
of l/nntrii? ininn_Hiu?>ln' imlniiin..
0 ^ | v.....vy./j iinun-ui^
digestion. Sold by all doak-rn.
Edgefield relatives of Mrs. 13.
ii. Tillman Jr., say Attorneys
DePass & DePass, of Columbia,
have been employed to institute
suit against young B. R. Tillman
to recover money he
squandered out of her estate and
money which he borrowed from
her and collected from her rents
to the extent of about *ir>,(HM)
and that while In* is posessed of
practically no property it is hoped
to make Senator Tillman pay
the judgement if one can be secured.
near Marydell about seventeen
miles from Greenville. The officers
returned lo Greenville
Wlitit Kverybculy Wnutn.
ICvory bociy doniron good bnnlth
in imjioHHiblo unions tho kidbV.VH nro
^ouiio nnd healthy. Kolov's Kidney
Remedy Hhould bo taken at the liiHt
Indication of any irregularity, and a
wriouB illnesH may bo averted.
Foley's Kidney Komody will restore
yonr kidneya ami bladder to tlioir normnl
Htato and activity.
8ucceed when everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the suprema
remedy, as thousand* havo testified.
FOR KIDNEY(LIVER AND
STOM ACH TROUBLE
It is tha best medklne ever Cold
over a druggist's counter.
Johon I). Kockofellor would broke
if 110 uhould Hpond his entiro incomo
trying to propnro n better medicine
than Chnmborlnin's Colic, Chnlora
anil Diarrhoea Roinodv for diarrhoea,
oysentory or howdl?coinpluints. It is
simply impossible, and so snyn every
ono tlmt has used it. Sold I?y nil
Be noble, and the nobleness
that lies in other men, sleeping, but
never dead, will rite in majesty to
meet thine own.?Lowell.
(B. B. B.) Cures Through the Blood
! jf$Q BONE PAINS, CAN- I\
(NT CER, SCALY SKIN,
B.B. B. (Botanic Blood Blood) is the
only Blood Remedy thnt kills the poison
in the blood and then purifies it send- 1
ing a flood of puro, rich blood direct to
I ho skin surface, bones. joints, and
wherever the disease is located. In this
way all sores, ulcers, pimples, eruptions
are healed and cured, pnina and ache*
of Rheumatism cease, swellings subside.
B. B. B. completely changes the body
into a clean healthy condition, i^ivinp:
(he skin the rich, red hue of porfect
health. B. B. B. cures the worst old
cases. Try it.
BOTANIC BLOOD BALM BBB
pleiiKiint and nftfe to take; componcd of pure
Koiimlv InKredlent*. It purines mid cnrlche*
t lm hi cod II. H. II. xtroiiKtheii* the norve*
mid ImiIWIh up tho broken down nyMnii. l>ruR.
glstx 41.00 l'BR LAROK HOTTLK with dlreo
tIonh for home cure.
Sold at All (Drug Stores.
" A *r ^ - .
v f \ %
rt wow years ago Hying
machines were hardly
thought of, nor>vas
in summer. Now Scoff's
Emulsion is as much a summer
as a winter remedy.
Science did it. ah pruwuf
A meeting was held at Swanlea
Tuesday with the object of '
itarting a movement for the *
urbanization of a new country,
o bo carved from the territory
>f Lexington and liichland
The 111 te> CohI ol' MvliiCi
Increases tlie price of many noccsui,i('K
without improving tho quality.
Foley's Iionoy ami Tar maintains its
ugh standard of excellenco irtid its
rrcat curative nuaiitiua w'thout any
ncronso in cost. It in tho licet remo*
Iv for conpba colds, croup, whooping
~n .. i -
U?K'I null nil III1I1IUI11H 111 LIIII inronr,
>host and lungs. Tlio genuine i? thu
yellow package. Knfuho .substitutes.
?olil by nil Druggists.
Dr. 11. L. Shaw, of Fountain
Inn, while crossing the street
in front of the Hank of Fountain
Inn Tuesday morning, suffered
a stroke of paralysis. He
was immediately taken home
where he is rei>orted to he resting
For More Ttimi Tlirco IIitikIoii.
Foley's Honuv nnd Tar linn linen ?
household fuvorito for all ailments of
the throat, chest and lungfl. For infanta
and children it in beat and safest
as it contains no opiates and no harm
ful drugs. None gcnaino but Foloy's
Iloney anil Tar in the yellow package.
Refuse substitutes. Hold by nil druggists.
Col. Lelioy Springs, of Lancaster,
who is spending a few
days at Glenn Springs, says he
is not lo be a candidate for
governor of South Carolina this
year. For some days there has
been a rumor current to the effect
that he w as to enter the
Foley Kidney Pills are antiseptic,
tonic nnd restorative and a prompt corrective
of all urinary irregularities.
Uefnso substitutes. Sold lrv nllldnu;Kists.
Receivers Kirkland and Brainerd
Tuesday sold publiclv at-'' *
Camden for ?">(),IK)0 the franchises
and properties of the
Camden "Water, Light and Ice
Company to Attorney W. M.
Shannon, who is understood to
represent the bondholders, the
Maryland Trust Company, of
Baltimore. Mr. Shannon's was
the only bid.
Sliuko Into Your Mine
Alton's Foot Eahi>, a powder. It euros
painful, Hwollon, smart inp, nervous
feet and instantly takes the stintf out
of corns and hur.inns aiiamakes walking
oasy. Try it today. Sold everywhere,
l)r. W. 1\ Few has boon elected
president of Trinity College
at Durham, N. C. Dv. H'cw is
a nam e or Ulcer, (i reel) ville
county, and has been dean of
the Trinity facility. He succeeds
Dr. ?J. (\ lvilgo, also of
South Carolina, who was elected
a bishop at tin* recent session
of the general conference at
Asheville, N. (J.
Tlmi'U IIiih licciMitly tlnnii IMucnl
In nil ttio clriifcf HtorcH nn uronmti ,
ploasant horb euro for woman's ills,
called Mother CJray'H AUSTRALIAN
LKAF. It ih the only certain rogula
tor. Quickly roliovoH fomnlo woaknoHHCH
and Illicitae ho, Kidney, Iliad
dor and (.Urinary troulilon. At all
riruggiatH or l>y mail f?0 o JitH. Sainplo
FREE. AddioHH. Tlio MoMior
urnv Uo , IjoKoy, N. V.
United States Revenue Otlicer
Merrick, accompanied by State
Constables Cooley and GoldSmith
and United States Deputy
Marshals Corn and Campbell,
Monday seized and destroyed
an illicit distillery and about
five hundred gallons of beer,